I LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.|1910-12-09|The North Wales Weekly News - Welsh Newspapers Online
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LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Y GYMDEITHAS LENYDDOL UN- DEBOL.-Cynhaliodd yr uchod ei chyfar- fod nos Wener, pryd y cafwyd dadl A yw chwareuon yr oes yn deilwng o gefnogaeth proffeiwyr crefydd?" Agorwyd yn gadarn- haol gan Mri. John Hughes ac E. Goodman Jones, ac yn nacao-1 gan Mri James Davies ac R. H. Roberts. Cafwyd dadl hwyliog, bron yr oil oedd yn bresennol yn cymeryd rhan y mwyafrif yn pleidleisio dros y cadarnhaol. Nos Wener nesaf bydd papyr yn cael ei ddarllen gan Mr. R. II. Williams ar "Weliiantau angenrhtidiol Llandudno Junction." DANCING.—On Wednesday evenings at the Ty'nyfron Assembly Rooms dancing classes are. held Over fifty persons were present at the last gathering. Mr. A. Wright, Avallon Avenue, is the M.C., and Mr. Stott plays captivating music at the piano. FOOTBALL.—On Saturday the Junction Reserves meet the undefeated Penmaenmawr team in a League match on the Woodlands Field DEFRAUDING THE RAILWAY. — At Conway Police Court, on Monday, John Williams, Penybont, Llandudno Junction, was summoned for travelling between Holy- well and Llandudno Junction without hav- ing previously paid his fare. Ir. Almack dppeared for the Railway Company. The defendant said it was not until he arrived at th* Junction that he found he had mislaid his ticket. Evidence was given that the de- fendant joined the 8.40 from Chester and got out at Llandudno Junction. He went to the barrier and was in the act of walking through, when he was asked for his ticket, and he replied that he apparently had lost it, but that he had paid 2s. 3d. at Holy- well for it. Inquiries were made, and it was found that no third class ticket was issued from Holywell to the Junction on several days. Defendant now pleaded guilty, and said that when he arrived at the Junction, he was muddled in drink. It was not his in- tention to defraud the Railway Company. The Magistrates fined the defendant ios. and 14s. costs

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