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DARING ROBBERIES IN CARDIGAN

... DARING ROBBERIES IN CARDIGAN. Durio the ?? few Ivens F ?? 4Jfl5.Ea|sAWiXsD 1X5 'W.AflhJijJ.: During the past few weeks at Pendre, Cardigan, t Catherine.row aud Nortthgate-terrac e have been the scene of a number of impudent robberies, r committed by some ...

THE ALLEGED ASSAULT ON MRS. ROUSBY

... and see if yon like it then. She put toC i out her right arm, and he took her by the arm, - but she did not leave go of the manuscript. He line r first took her by the shoulder, struck her arm sac) 0 violently with his fist, so as to make hear drop the ...

YESTERDAY'S POLICE

... fine of £i ie and costs.: ALLEGEn o ArrsmMPT TO DROWN A CARDIGAN !I TRADFSoXAN.-An tihe Cardigan Court summonses isw ere returnable against David James, ostler at the 'e Black Lion Hotel, Cardigan, for playing at £ ie ?? boddi bach upcni Thes. &llteMiLn ...

QUARTER SESSIONS

... months' imprisonment. a John Pardoo,32, labourer, pleaded guilty to obtaining by false preteuces a sum of .4s., the moneys'of Thomas t Drinkwator, at Bglwysilan, on the 18th May last, IHe was sentenced to four months' imprisonment't. John Burland, 22, farm ...

THE EPIPHANY SESSIONS

... previous conviction. Four mooths' ts( bard labour. I A CARDSF' STABBING CASE. hol o John Riley acd Leandler Watts woeo indlictod for ci- fal: ' lawsoafully wousding John White, on the 26th Decomnbr. ncc Mor. DO Rultzen asppeared for the prosocuation; Itr ...

MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS

... when Mr. Lock and Phillips drove away. John Stibbs, cashier at the Cardiff Gasworks, was called to prove that the prosecutrix, Hill the policeman, and someone else, came to the gas office. and on seeing Jeunin John, a clerk in the office, proseontrix accused ...

THE REVISION COURTS

... costs'made, against the Conservatives, a d 58 CARDIGAN. yc n The annual revision cf the county list of voters ~ for the district of' Cardigan, as well as that, of the pi, rrl mckinai and Parlinmentart- borough of Cardigan, W Mr. 1. Francis Williams, barriseter-at-law) ...

QUARTER SESSIONS

... few minutes after- I wards, hie saw a, pci-son named James John holding the pony. John Williams was there. James John said it was his pony, and he had bought it from a man at Pontalrdawe. John Williams added, Yes, it's his pony. I'll swear to '~it. Mr ...

QUARTER SESSIONS

... BPhotograph fully -bore out. Mr. Hughes. said there was no coa -comparison between the Plough, the Jo; ners' Arms, and the soc Pesallergaro Arms. fiel, 1. Titus Davies, a police-constable, P roved that prostitutes prii r were permitted in the house, and ...

LOCAL LICENSING SESSIONS

... police.-Mr. S. T. Evans applied for a spirit licence on. behal.f of Mr. John LI.A Bouwen, of the Cllfrew Hotel, Ciifrew. Granted.- ' d Mir. Thomas Williams applied, on behialf of John re- Eli-me, -elilncryrhan, for a licence to sell beer to be eirs consumed ...

MIDSUMMER QUARTER SESSIONS

... Lasoelles (instrucoted by r- IMr. 3. A. 0il. E!,van, Cardigan), prosecuted, and e Mr. Fowenl Rowlands (instruooed bg M~essrs ~r (leorge and John, vof Ca^rdigan) defen ad. eh a, prisoner was acquitted. )r 3- CARDIGAN. a. On Wednesday (before Mr. W. O. Brigstocke ...

CARMARTHENSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES

... l5Y, - Mess s. Wili.Nam Morris, John-street (foreman-; Rictard Alorcan% Lavcks, Rlimrstreet: George Spurrell ln. treet; John Sar.uel Ulvee 3 monas-street: Morgan Jones, Lan- mis. tree- Howvell Howells, g Jotreet; John Lew-is, trtildoall-sqnare ; Thvs ...