ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, SEPT. 1. Before Major Birch, Mr Edwin Morgan, Col. Hore, and Mr E. W. D. Walthal. RENEWAL OF LICENSES. The justices renewed the licenses of the various publicans in the division of Rhuddlan, with the exception of two or three mentioned subsequent- ly. Superintendent Hughes produced his report shewing that there had been no convictions duriog the year. There were he said, 28 public houses|in the division, 1 beerhouse and 1 grocer's license population 3747, or one license for 121 inhabitants. In St, Asaph proper there were 13 public-houses and one grocer's license for a population of 2675, or one in 198. During the year there bad been 14 oonviotions for drunken- ness, a decrease of one. OPPOSITION TO RENEW ALS.-Ct THB HAND." Mr Alun Lloyd appeared to oppose the re- newal in any form of the license to the Hand Inn, Lower Street, St. Asaph. A pet tion was also produced by the Rev. T. LI. L. Williams, I Vicar, and the Rev. Benjamin Hughee, in opposi. tion to the license being granted. This had been signed by the Bishop, the Dean, minor clergy and miniHters, together with about 80 other persons. Mr Lloyd eeid it was desirable to gat all concerned in the question of granting the 1 cenee should be before the court, and if the mat. ter were adjourned he would try and get the has. bands of some of the women wh) got drink on credit at tho house to oppose the application. The women, be .dded, looked more like animated hogsheads than human beings.âThe matter was left in abeyance. Mr Hugh Savage, BiDgor, agent for Messrs Young & Co., owners of the house, subsequently appeared in court and made a formal application regarding the license, Mr Lloyd objecting to his locus standi. The court remarked that they knew the objection was correct, but they were Wishful to hear what Mr Savage bad to say, as it would in no way effgct their decision prejudical- Iv. Mr Thomas Jones, tha old tenant, then formally applied for a renewal for himself, and Mr J. Morris Jones apfl: d for a new license, by way of transfer from the old tenant. The objection was then Lrmally tendered, on the grou ids (1) that the requirements of the neigh- bourhood ii d not warrant a. renewal, there-bsir.g three public-houses in the street. (2) that the class of customers who frequented the house were women, and (3) that they were encouraged to drink by obtaini: g credit. Mr Lloyd said that in view of those objections it would be best to adjourn the matter so as to eO'lbJo Thomas Jonea to attend at the next meetiog arid answer them. Mr Savage said that he wculd agree to that, although he thought a notice of the objection raised that day Ebould have teen given him. Toe Magistrates' Clai k (Ur Oiiver George): The Jaw rioes not reqqira it, and Mr Lloyd in what he had dore was perfectly legal. The Court then referred the applications to the adjourned mepting to be held on the 29tb of September, the Chairman adding that he was sorry to fiud that a woman to whom a transfer had been refused at a previous court was now sellit g -.t the houaa. Mr Savage replied that Toomas Janeg called th^re daily, and th-3 woman would go as soon as sbp f ui d â > "hou^a. M)j r ErIch sa;d tbat the transaction to hi rni-nd was a mewhit suspicious one. The justic e then adjourned te matter. AN EMPTY HOTEL AND THE CONSEQUENCES. Mr Moses Robettii, Dr-per, St. Afapb, Bpplied to- the ren- wal of the license of the Mnsivn Hotel, and Superintendent Hughes opposed it. Mr Alun Lloyl said that he also appeared in opposition, acd being ask.d on whose bthaif replied that it was Father Lightbound (Roman Priest in the city). He added that he wished the ffis-rits of the cise to be gone into at the adjourred fessions, as Father Lightbound had not aa yet had aa opportunity of being advised by him. Be was also anxious that nothing in the way of vexatious oppositions should be advanced. Superintendent HubeB prodnoed a copy of the notice served, and sa d that he opposed the renewal simply and solely on the ground that the hotel had been closed for over six months, and he did that in accordance with the instructions of the County Council. Mr Lloyd said that his objections would be made at the adjournment, when all the facts could be laid before the court, including all that were in favour of a renewal. He said that when he movel the resolution at the County Council he had in view a house which had been closed for five years, and he was inspired to take steps in view of the then existing Compen- sation Clause, and so as to save the county as much as possible. Major Birch, the question of adjournment having again been mentioned, remarked that this matter was not a question of the owner losing his license but as to whether or no the house was required. It would be a serious thing to do away heedlessly with the license cf the leading house, or what had been the leading bou-e in the city, and which when occupied had not had a word said against its conduct. Mr Roberts then made his application formally. He added that the house had been unoccupied for two yeare, owing to his inability to find a suitable tenant. It could not, beheld, be contended that tho bouse was not required, as it waa eit-uated in a most central place, and there was ample stabling accommodation. The Chairman: What is your intention in regard to it ?-Mr Roberts Either to let or pell. The Chairman: We can't consent to an indefinite postponement of this subject. You must be prepared to either let or sell it before long. The longer it is left closed the stronger will be Mr Hugbes's argument. Mr Koberfes said that what he might have done was to put a man in to carry on the business in his (the applicant's) name. But rather thau do that he wished to have a suitable tenant who would take the whole thing into his own hrmds, In reply to Mr Alan Lloyd he said that the premises were purchased by him two years ago. He had not refused to let the place for Â£80. altbough he might have mentioned he would want -.ClOo. Did not know it had been let for S40 only during the past 20 years. The court then adjourned the application, Mr Lloyd aga n assuring the applicant that he would raise no vexatious objections. His grounds would be that the house was not required; that the owner was not going to corduct the house himself, that he was asking a prohibitory rent, and that other premises could not be extended if this house were reopened. A WOMEN'S QUABREL IN THE SQUARE. Jane Williams, an aged peraon, charged Sabina Deed, Irish Square, with an assault, the defendant admitting it as an "accidental" one. The complainant said that her daughter and Mrs Deed were arguing, when the lattev struck her (the comolaicant) in her head with a wbtir-cao she had in her bands. She had to go to the doctor in consequence. Defendant admitted having swung the can around, with the unex- pected result that she struck the old woman, instead of her daughter, with it. This was done after the latter had thrown a bucketful of ashes over her; the complainant denying that, and saying that the ashes were thrown atterwards. Sergeant Pearson said that he was called and saw blood at the bottom of the bucket, and he noticed that Mrs Deed was covered with ashes. The court considered the case a bad one, and an example would be made of defendant by being fined il, the costs amounting to 8s. In default 14 days' hard labour. Sabina Deed then charge Margaret Ann Tomlinson with an assau!t. This defandant was the former complainant's daughter, and admitted throwing the ashes after and not before her mother bad been struck. Complainant said the ashes sprinkling was the first episode, and called Dinah Davies as a witness, but sbe testified to the contrary, and the court dismissed the case, calling upon Mrs Deed to pay 23. 6d. extra in fees. As she had no money to pay in this and the former case, P. c. Parry escorted her to the premises situate to the rear of the court-house. GAME TRESPASS. Edward Jones, Pen?bpyn, Dymeirchion. was charged by Alfred Tabby, keeper to Lord Mostyn with trespassing in search of rabbits on land in the occupation of Mr Edward Jones, Oriafol, parish of Owm. The keeper had seen the de- fendant pick up a rabbit caught in a snare set in some gorso, and run away. Mr Alun Lloyd appeared for defendant and argued that it wae a case of mistaken identity. The court, bow. ever, found the case proved and inflicted a fine of Is., the costs amounting to 8a. 6d.
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RHYL IMPROVEMENT COMMISSIONERS. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1890. "Chairman Rev. J. Rowland Thomas "Mr Roe-Browne, Mr H. J. B. Lawrence, Mr T. Davies,, *Mr Linnell. Mr J. H. Ellis, Major Penn, *Mr Thomas Ellis, '[r R. D, Roberts, Mr J. Frimston, *Mr A. L. Clews. *Mr J. S. Greenlialgh, *Mr C. Roebuck, *Mr Robert Jones, *Mr J. Williams, *Mr A. Jones, *Mr P. M. Williams *Mr E. W, Keatinge, flev. J. Williams, *Mr W. J. Kent, Ir W. Williams, *Mr A. Rowlands (Clerk), *Dr. A. E. Lloyd (Medical ) Officer), *1Ir Robert Hughes (Surveyor). (The gentlemen present at the meeting are denoted by an asterisk). Eisteddfod Delegates, The minutes of the previous meeting having been confirmed, the Chairman and Messrs W. Williams, P. M. Williams and Robert Jones were appointed to represent the Board at the Bangor Eisteddfod Mr Abel Jones remarking that Sir Theodore Martin had so fallen in love with the town that he would do all he could to secure the presence of some important personageâ perhaps a member of the Royal Familyâat the Rhyl Eisteddfod; and Sir Theodore was a man who eould do a great deal. Surveyor's Report. Plans for the erection of a new wing and stables at the back of 72, High Street, and other alterations, were disallowed, as not being in accordance with thebyelaws.âThe retaining walls of the shelters, top of Abbey Street and Queen Street, had been brought to the level bed of the coping. The bed-plates and bolts were said to be hourly expected. â Resarding the Plastirion Sandhills, plans and sections for levelling bad been prepared; but the committee recommended that the work should be deferred pending the receipt of Mr Seoones' plans for dealing with this part of the sen-frout-The estimate for improve- ments at the Town Hall and Market had been prepared but they could not be considered, as there was no quorum at the committee.âThe work of laying the sewer in the back-road from Nos. 18 to 27 Bodfor Street was in progress, and other sanitary matters had been attended to. Mr Roebuck calied attention to the bad state of the footpaths in Wellington Road, and the Sur- veyor's report was referred in the usual way. Road and Foreshore Committie. This body met on the 12th, when a bill for Â£22 from the Water Company was passed. Mr J. Beech had written a lettor calling attention to hoardings used for bill-posting in the town which were not rated, as were his stations. The committee recommended such action as would bring those places under the control of the Board. On the 27th of August the above committee deferred action with regard to Mr Scoones' charge for bills of quantities. A letter was received from the Local Government Board sanctioning the loan of Â£855 for shelters if the Commissioners passed a resolution to the effect that repayment should be made within 30 years (and not 40). Recommended that it be so passed. A letter was received from the office of Woods and Forest- in which it was stated that Mr Cnlley. was not prepared to sell forshore from the'Voryd to John Street to the Commissioners but they were ready to dispose of a plot covering 15 perches encroached upon by the Promenade extension for the sum of Â£5, and 10s. the cost of conveyance. Th e Surveyor's plans for the levelling of sandbanks in front of Plastirion Terrace, so as to enable the residents of some of those houses to have a clear sea view, were produced and deferred pending the receipt of Mr Scooses' scheme. â The Surveyor wns directed to prepare plans for placing the back-road from Gronant St. to Aquarium St., in order, together with an estimate of costs and to serve the owners with the usual notices. Also to deal in the same way with all the back-roads from Edward Henry Street up to Butterton Road. He was further directed to put Warren Road in proper repair. âA letter was received from Messrs Neal and Staples proposing to give a certain amount of land towards widening Russell Road from Conwy Street in the direction of the Ffrith, on condition that the Board would kerb the footpath, which would be made by the writers. The committee accepted, and decided that the whole of Russell Road from Conwy Street be made in accordance with the Act of Parliament, that the plans and estimates be prepared by the Town Surveyor, that the owners be asked to pay their respective portions, and that upon completion of the work the road be adopted by the Board and made chargeable to the rates.âA letter was received from the Vicar, as Chairman of the meeting called to consider the question of Sunday observance, and the Clerk was directed to write to the owners of vehicles asking them to pny careful obedience to the byelaws.âIt was recommended that two additional lamps be placed on the east end of the Marine Drive. â A letter was received from Mr Stevenson, engineer of the L. & N. W. Railway Co., expressing his Board's inability to enter upon the question of a hanging foot. path in connection with the Vale Road bridge. It was recommended that the Company be urged to give better attention to the carriage-way of the present bridge. Mr Mostyn Williams, in proposing'the adoption of the above minutes, said that they had deferred the consideration of Mr Scoones' charge of 2} per cent for bit! of quantities, as they did not think it was necessary that he should prepare it. As to the bolts and plates for the shelters, they had given the contract to Messrs Hughes and Sons, and had sent a messenger to ask when would they be ready, asking for a telegram. They however received no reply until they heard what the Surveyor had said that day, though the enquiry had been made a week previously. Oat of the additional loan of towards Promenade Ex- tension there was Â£70 yet to be spent, making altogether Â£1000 borrowed. They thought it would be wise to spend that money on additional pitching at the foot of the existing pitching, so as to strengthen the work against the action of the waves. The loan of Â£850 towards the shelters had been granted on condition that the Board reduced the term for repayment to 30 years; and they could not help themselves in the matter. Regarding the small piece of foreshore which they proposed purchasing, it was some- thing less than 400 square yards, and the encroach- ment had been reported to the office of Woods and Forests by some gentleman who was watching the interests of Rhyl. The Commissioners of Woods refused to entertain their application for the purchase of a larger piece of the foreshore in that locality. Regarding the back roads mentioned, the committee thought that by putting them in order a great improvement would be brought about. As to Russell Road, it was proposed now to widen the end of the road beyond Conwy Street by the acquisition of land on the north side; the remain- der of the road to be dealt with by a similar acquisition of land on the south side at the other end at some future time. In connection with this matter the question of adopting the road had cropped up. It was declared a public highway under the Act of 1852, but it had never been placed in a position to be adopted as such, except in one part. The committee thought of meeting the owners in a generous spirit, and have the road put in order at as small a cost as was possible, and then have it adopted. As to the new lamps, the committee had been informed that two houses had recently put up which contributed towards the rates. He was sorry their request to the railway company with regard to the bridge had not been better received but it would not be safe for the Board to acceed to the company's request to take OTer the bridge without receiving an equivalent. Mr Roebuck seconded the confirmation. Mr Lawrence called attention to what he con- sidered a danger to children at the promenade extension when the tide was in. and suggested that a railing should be fixed to the coping of the wall. Mr W. Williams objected to the proposed atten- tion to back-roads from Butterton-road to Edward Henry-street, unless the whole town's back-roads were taken in hand. He also objected to the new lamps being fixed on t're Marine Drive, there being too many there already. In the third place he objected to the delay in Welling the sand- banks in front of Plastirion Terre. It was but a small matter, regarding which the) were pledged to a member of the board, and the woiv ou^ht" to be done at once. He moved those objections as three alterations in the minutes. Mr R. D. Roberts said that if the sand-bau\s' levelling was a small thing, the paities complain- ing ought to do it themselves. As to lamps, a lamp between Bodfor Street and High Street in Wellington Road was much more wanted than on the Marine Drive. Mr Roberts then proceeded to refer to the shelters, and called them a great nuisance, saying that they would cost Â£1 mo, whereas he could have supplied many of them for that money. He asked the reporters to put down some remarks he made; Mr Kent remark- ing "That is all he wants." To this Mr Roberts retorted that he had lived utRbyllong before Mr Kent, and concluded by proposing an amendment, which was not seconded, that no further money be spent on the three nuisances on the foreshore. Mr Kent had hoped they would have been rid of Mr Roberts for one day, that he would have gone to Bangor to eat the Bishop's supper instead of being at the Board wasting their time. The speaker pro- ceeded to say that Mr Roberts, who resented the remarks, was there merely for self-seeking purposes, make election speeches, and to try and get the reporters to put them down. That he knew not what he was talking about was evident from his I stating that the structures would cost Â£1100, when the contract had been signed for Â£ 830 only. (Mr Roberts: They will cost Â£ 1100 before they are finished). If ever there was a vacancy on the lunacy committee of the Denbigh Asylum he would vote for Mr Roberts to be on it.âMr Roberts: Then I would teach you a little sense if you came under my jurisdiction.âMr Kent concluded by moving an amendment, that the minutes ba confirmed, excepting the portion relating to the sandbank. Mr Abel Jones spoke of the great necessity of attending to the back-roads of Parade houses and declared his willingness to do his share. Mr Linnell said it was a cruelty to animals to take carts along these roads in their present condition. Mr Clews said it was he who had proposed attention to the back-road from Gronant to Aquarium Streets. He was the largest abutting owner, and he would be surprized if the Com- missioners were to stand in the way of the owners carrying out this kind of work. He agreed with Mr Roberts that if the sandbank was a nuisance to any of the residents opposite they should lower it at their own cost. Mr T. Ellis could not see how the committee bad fixed on these back-roads only, and not take in hand all in town. He could name several in the heart of the town which were in a worse state. But they were always setting on some patch, and not on the whole town, at that Board. Ho bad a slice in this patch himself, but was ready to do it. Mr Browne spoke of the delay in commencing to put up the shelters. A fortnight had elapsed without anything being done, whilst all the y I work had been promised to be completed in a month. The Chairman replied that most of the work was being done away, and would arrive in Rhyl in a fair way of progress. Mr W. Williams regretted the delay in connection with these shelters. It was a shame to somebody that a little bit of a job like the laying of the foundation could not be proceeded with quicker. They had been fiddling at it for weeb, ani it was not yet finished. It was once thought the shelters would be up for the month of September, so as to assist in extending the season, but there was now every indication that the thing wns entirely lest for the season. He did not doubt but that the contractor would carry out his part of the work satisfactorily. Mr Mostyn Williams in his reply said that it was intended to deal with all the backroads in the town, but it was necessary that they should com mence somewhere, andwhy not at the back of the Parade houses ? As to the two new lamps, they were really going to give only ha'f the usually t, y allowed light, these lamps being 140 yards apart. Mr Kent's amendment being the last proposed, was then put to the meeting and carried. It was afterwards put as a substantive motion and carried, and the next business proceeded with. Upon this Mr W. Williams and Mr P. M. Williams protested that the amendmen's proposed by the for. mer should also be put to the meeting jthe Clerk and others replying that it would be of no use, as Mi- Kent's had been carried, and which involved the confirmation of minutes, except on one point. Mr \V. Williams still protested, and made refer eneas to a "trick," and "going on with your sharp practices." On hearing the latter words, Mr Kent said that Mr Williams would not have used them if l'e sat by his side (there being a table between the two members ) Mr Williams replied that he would, Mr Kent retorting that he would not have dared. In the confusion the Chairman asked who voted for the next business and upon voting, there being a majority for pro- Z, ceeding, the contention dropp-d. Mr Williams threatening he would see about that again." Finances. Mr Kent stated that their indebtedness to the bank was about Â£480 less than it was at the same time last year. He moved a formal resolution in favour of making the Loan for Shelters repay- able in thirty years, and said that the charge to the town would be equal to one-third of a penny in the pound. The Mudland, Scheme and the New Cemetery. The General Purposes Committee had met that morning, and the draft agreement with the vendor of the proposed cemetery site was considered and passed, it being recommended that interest at the rate of 5 per cent. be allowed on the unpaid pur- chase money. The draft lease of the Com- missioners of Woods and Forests for the Mudland was also under consideration. It was recommended that it be accepted, and that also the Commission- ers above be approached for a purchase price at the end of the term/and as to the portion of land now let to Capt Conwy. It was further decided to ask members of the Board to supply plans and sketches of schemes for laying out the cemetery and the mudland. (Laughter). Mr P. M. Williams said that the sketches idea was that of Mr Abel Jones. So that members would not delay sending them in until the next election, it would be necessary to forward them by the 15th of November. (L iughter). Mr Clews said that he would be no" party to signing the mudland lease unless a provision for renewal were inserted. Mr Keatinge agreed. They had not even fixed on a purchase price. It would not be fair for the department, thirty years hence, after thousands of pounds had been spent, to fix their own price. Mr Roe-Browne agreed, and said it would be no good acquiring the site unless they meant to develop it, although there was a clause in the lease preventing them doing anything there without reo ceiving the consent of the Crown first of all. Mr Kent referred to insane reports which had gone about as to what was intended to be done here. and added that the department was bound by Act of Parliament and could only take the course it bad adopted, either to offer the site at a professional valuation, which in this case camc to Â£ 2600. or to lease it for 30 years. All the Board had to do now was to secure the land, and they could some time again taik about renewing or purchasing. Mr Moh-n Williams said that when the amount per annum to be paid for the quantity offered, and the rental of the piece let to the Railway Company were capitalized, the cost would come to something like the original price asked. Mr W. Williams thought there would be no difficulty in securing a renewal. As to the cemetery there was a probability of their not securing the whole seven acres, and they would not if he could stop them, and it would be better to insert four acres, as an alternate area, in the agreement. The Commissioners did not want the seven acres, and the Local Government Board would not allow them to become land jobbers, and sell building plots in the front and have a cemetery at the back, as he heard was their intentionâ(Laughter). Mr Robert Jones said that it was the custom of the Crown authorities to offer land in the first instance to adjoining owners No doubt the Com- missioners would have a renewal of the lease for the mud land, but he doubted if they could get it, afer making improvements on the site, at the same figure. Mr R. D. Roberts said that the Government always renewed at previously fixed rentals, such as in the case of railways and docks. Mr P. M. Williams said it was not so in all cses at any rate, and instanced one in which they refused to renew only one half the previous quantity, and that at more than double the original rental, owing to improvements having been carried out. After some further desultory talk it was decided to make another effort to get the authorities in London to promise a renewal of the lease or to fix a purchase price. The suggestion of Mr W. Williams as to inserting a fresh clause regarding four acres in the cemetery agreement was not carried. The new byelaws as to pleasure boats and porters, formerly passed by the Board, were now formally promulgated, and the proceedings were concluded.
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