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PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY, DEC. 29th.âBefore Wm. Casson, Esq., J. E. Parry, Esq., and John Casson, Esq. Licence Transfer.â The licence of the White Horse Inn, Harlech, was transferred to Mrs Laura Jones, widow of the late landlord. Assault.âOwen Jones was summoned for having as- saulted Jane Jones on the 29th of Nov., by striking her upon the breast. It appeared that the complainant was standing against the door of her house at the time, and defendant quarreled with her and struck her a violent blow. Complainant was laid up for a fortnight. She did not provoke the defendant.âWitnesses were called for the defence, who stated that they did not see the blow struck. There was a general quarrel.âFined 5s., and costs, 15s. Defendant was bound over in the sum of 2.5 to keep the peace for twelve months. Wilful Damage.âOwen Jones was summoned for hav- ing wilfully broken the windows of a railway carriage upon the Festiniog and Blaenau Railway. It seemed that damage of this description was often done by per- sons on this line, and the authorities brought defendant forward as a caution to others.âDefendant admitted the offence, and was fined 10; and costs, 12s. 6d., and ordered to pay the amount of the damage, 4s. Drunk (md Riotous.-Lewis Evans was summoned by P.C. John Hughes for committing this offence on the 25th of Nov., at Festiuiog.âDefendant did not appear, and was fined 2s. 6d., and 10s. costs. Si,ti-eties. -Evan Jones was summoned by Griffith Roberts, greengrocer, Penrhyn, for using threatening language towards him, on the 10th of Dec. The evidence went to show that the defendant was at the complainant's door on the night of the 10th, when complainant was in bed, and challenged him to fight. Complainant was in bodily fear.âThe magistrates bound the defendant over in the sum of 25 to keep the peace for twelve months.

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