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Abergavenny Police Court. I Wednesday, Before Mr. W. L. Thomas (in the I chair), and Mr. Edwin Foster. J Obstructing the Road. I Wm. Randell, engine driver, ot Crickliowell, was summoned for obstructing the Merthyr- road by leaving a loaded waggon unattended at Govilon on the 9th iust. P.C. Oliver said he saw a truck loaded with bricks left on the roadside at the junction of the Blaenavon and the Merthyr roads. It was there from i o'clock until nearly 4 o'clock, and there was no one in attendance. It was left while the men went to Govilon Wharf to load a truck of coal. There was about three yards of road clear. It was market day, and there was a good deal of traffic about. Defendant contended that there was room for two vehicles to pass. The Magistrates' Clerk suggested that de- fendant might have left the waggon by the blacksmith's shop at Govilon without causing any inconvenience. Supt. Davies said that Mr. W. V. Jones, the owner, had called at the Police Station and said he had cautioned defendant about this practice, and also that he had no right to leave the waggon there. The Magistrates' Clerk Did he suggest what the defendant should have done ? Supt. Davies No. The Magistrates' Clerk said that if defendant had taken one load at a time to Crickhowell his employer would not have been satisfied. Defendant was fined 5s., including costs, and the Magistrates' Clerk remarked, You had better talk it over with Mr. Jones, if you have not done so already." The Black Lion Hotel. I J. H. Watkins, solicitor's clerk, and sole -,executor of the late Mrs. Gameson, applied for a order until transfer day for the Black IJon Hotel. He only wanted to carry on the business until he could dispose of it. Supt. Davies, in reply to the Bench, said he had no objection. The only question was as to how long this arrangement was to go on. Mr. Watkins promised to make every effort to dispose of the business as soon as possible. The Bench agreed to grant the protection order in the name of Miss Dew, the barmaid, and the Magistrates' Clerk told applicant that if he could not dispose of the business shortly he had better get in a married couple to manage the house. A Costly Delay. Albert Morgan, haulier, of Abergavenny, wes summoned for driving a coal cart without light on the 1 ith February. He pleaded gifilty, and said he was delayed on the road. He had just returned from hauling to Crickhowell. P.C. Calder said he saw defendant at 8 p.m. on the Brecon road. When asked how it was lie had not got lights, defendant said he did not know he wanted any. He said he had been delayed on the road. Fined 5s., including costs. Locked Up. George Davies, labourer, of Llanvihangel 'Crucorney, was summoned for being drunk and -disorderly on the Monmouth-road on February 6th. Defendant said he was drunk, but not disorderly. He had had too much beer. P.C. Shepston said defendant was incapable of looking after himself. He was committing a nuisance on the Monmouth road. Witness brought him to the police station and locked him up. A fine of 2S. 6d., including costs, was imposed.

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