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CARNARVON BOROUGH SESSIONS

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CARNARVON BOROUGH SESSIONS AMJ-XiED CRUELTY TO A HORSE. MONDAY. âBefore Richard Thomas, Esq. (chairman), J. R. Piitchard, Esq., Edward Hughes, Esq., W. Harrier, Esq., and Jones, Esq. .DRUNK.âFar having been drunk on li- censed premises, Joseph Toole, 46, New-street, Beaumaris, was fined 5s and costs. THE PALACE HOTEL.âMr M. E. Nee ap- plied for the temporary transfer of the license of the Palace Hotel to Mr Smith, late of Pres- ton.âThe application was granted. ALLEGED CRUELTY. âHugh Hope, Pool- side, was charged with ill-treating a horse on the 18úh of October. â Inspector Rowland Jones, of the R.S.P.C.A., appeared to prose- oute, and Mr Nath. Roberts defended. â Richa.rd Hughes, Pool-side, who gave evidence, said that he remembered the day in question, but he liiad no recollection of seeing defendant ill-treating the horse.â'The case was dismissed. NO LIGHT.âFor riding a- bicycle without a light Thomas T. Williams, Gorsgoch, Rhos- 1 gadfan, and Idwal Jones, Treddafydd, Peny- groes, were each fined Is and costs. CHARGE OF UNLAWFUL WOUNDING. âThe case of Elizabeth Bond, Crown-street, who was charged with unlawfully wounding a woman named Flynn, was adjourned for a week.

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