21 1897 (Mon.) Inquest to the death of Master George Aubrey Davies, who was found dead in his room on Saturday evening at Castle Green. He was discovered with a bullet wound to the head. The verdict was accidental death. He had only returned home from College on Thursday for his holidays. In 1890 his brother lost an arm through the explosion of a gun whilst shooting wild ducks in a boat on the Teifi.
12 1968 (Mon.) “Charles Windsor shall not pass. Remember 1282” posters were stuck on windows and doors of several people in the town overnight including the mayor (Percy Griffiths’ ) residence – who was also chairman of the local Investiture Committee.
2 1822 (Mon.) Eleanor James appeared before Thomas Lewis Lloyd, sheriff at the Court of Great Sessions held at the Shire Hall. Eleanor James 24, charged with stealing from the house of Anne Thomas, Tremain, and was sentenced to transportation to Tasmania in 1823 on the vessel Brothers.
17 1919 (Sat.) Price of coal will rise to 6/- a ton. Time for a protest.
17 1885 (Fri. ) John Price convicted at Cardigan Assizes and sentenced by Mr Justice Denham. Charged with murdering his wife by shooting her during a quarrel. On the night of the murder the prisoner had attempted to take his own life.
26 1895 (Sat.) Meeting held in the offices of Evans & Stephens to form a new golf links at Gwbert
26 1883 (Fri.) Eleanor Jones, 65 charged with stealing 24 sheets of notepaper and a small packet of envelopes from a shop at Llandysul. Pleaded guilty and said she had had a drop too much of beer. Sentenced to 18 months hard labour.