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CONWAY RURAL COUNCIL I

BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS

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BANGOR PETTY SESSIONS TUESDAY.âIBefore J. E. Roberts, Esq., and other magistrates. DRUNK IN A CHAPEL.âJohn Jones, Cil- foden-street, Bethesda, who appeared for the fifteenth time at this Court, was charged with being drunk at the Bethcsda Chapel.âSergeant, Rowlands said he saw the defendant drunk in the chapel.â'The defendant said th witness was telling untruths.âThe Witness: You got up when the preacher was speaking, and said something in English and Welsh.âThe (bair- main Have you any witnesses ?âThe Witness: If I thought 'I oould have brought the whole ohapel down.âDefendant, who admitted bein,gi drunk, was said to have previously disturbed a. conyrepation at Bethesda two years ago. He was fined and cÅ11>, and was refused time to pay. DRUNK IN OHA.RGiE.âGwenllian Williams was fined 25 6d a.nd costs for heine drank in charge of a horse ajid cart at Bethesda. DIPPING SHEEP.âWilliam Thomas. far- mer, from ,Nev.1bplch Farm, near Bangor, was fined 10s and costs for neglecting- to have some sheep dipped. He calmly a.sked what the aJ- ternative term of imiprisorunent would he.â⢠Mr Vincent (the Clerk) Fourteen days.âThe Defendant: Well, that's best.âThe Police Ser- jeant Well, come down here, then.âThomas then walked calmlv to the cells. HUSBAND1 land WIFE.âRichard Hughes was charged with a breach of recognistnces in- volved tin a separation order obtained by his wife against him. some time ago. The defen- dant's daughter and wife gave evidence against, him, accusing ihÃ¥m of entering their home (a shop), refusing to quit, and using bad language till the police arretted him. He wae fined £2 and icosts, and bound over in the sum of £10. ALLEGED THEFT OF IGOVF BALLS â The other 'day ai man named Da.vid Jones, lab- ourer, Bangor, told the police a story to the effect that on ^Saturday, when on his way home from work with his week's wages, lie was sud- denly set upon by a tramp, who knocked him down and robbed him of all he had. The (police thereupon instituted searching- iruqtuiries. in the course of which they found that the ma.n Iliad told them a. fable. They alsio ascertained that Jones had been employed at the Bangor golf links, and 'had been dismissed the Satur- day before the alleged assault, and robbery were supposed to have taken place. As a result, of further inquiries, Jones was now charged with stejilinrr a Humlber of iQ-olf balls from tihe Baivov gWT links. Charles Lloyd, the caretaker, said that the defendant admitted havin" taken the' balls, but said he had found them on the links. Jones was remanded for a week. RECONSIDERED. â William Thomas, the farmer already dealt with, on reaching the cells, tOeemsto have chameed his mind about going to 'gaol, and asked how much he had to pay, and when told demanded a receipt first. This was refused, and he paid the money and went forth a free man.

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PRESENTATIONS AT BEAUMARIS

MENAI BRIDGE URBAN COUNCIL

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CONWAY BOARD OF GUARDIANS

LLANDUDNO CHURCH SCHOOLS

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COLWYN BAY PROPERTY DISPUTE

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