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THE LLANWRDA WATER CASE. -

LLANDDEWI BREFI.

.LLANFIHANGEL-RHOSY-CORN.

PENDINE.

TREGARON.

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TREGARON. THE PETTY SESSIONS were held here on Tuesday last, before Messrs R. J. Davies, Cwrtmawr; and John Jones, Cilpyll.âThomas Evans, of the Red Lion, Llanddewibrefi, was summoned by Superin- tendent John Lloyd for refusing to admit Police Constable John Jones into his licensed premises whilst in the executicn of his duty, and demanding to enter the premises on the 12th instant.âMr William Davies (Smith Owen and Davies), of Aberystwith, appeared for the defendant. P.C. John Jones sworn, said: About 12 p.m. on the lath inst, I was on duty at Llanddewibrefi, and I heard voices of strange persons in the kitchen of the Red Lion. I knocked at the door, and as soon as I did 80 the light was put out. I called to the girl inside to open the door but received no answer. I then went to the window and turned my lamp and told the girl that the police was there and demanding admittance, but I received no answer. I afterwards watched the bouse, and in about lion hour aud a half I saw a person coming out through the front door and heard the door being locked after him. I then went to the door immediately and asked the girl to open the door, but I had no answer. On the following day I spoke to Ellen Mary who was at that time in charge of the house, and I asked her why she did not open the door the previous night, and she replied she meant no harm but a joke. I afterwards reported the case to Superintendent John Lloyd.âCross'examined The person who came out was known to me. I have seen that person at the Red Lion before. He was Evan Elias Lloyd.âFor the defence. Ellen Mary Davies sworn: I reside at the Cross Inn, Llandewibrefi. I was at the Red Lion Inn on the night of the 12th instant in company with my aunt. My auot was at the Red Lion Inn until after 10 a DI^t i when the house was closed. No m house after 10 p.m. except my sweetheart. My aunt, my sweetheart, and myself were the only persons in the house that night. Jeremiah Evans is my sweetheart I have referred to, He was not supplied with any intoxicating drinks. I heard some person knock at the door. I did not hear the person who knocked say any- thing about the police. P.C. Jones has often seen my sweetheart with me at the Red Lion.-Cross- examined I commenced keeping company with Jeremiah Evans since the licence was transferred to Thomas Evans. Eleanor Evans, defendant's sister, residing at the Red Lion, said: On the night of 12th inst., the last witness was at the Red Lion and Jeremiah Evans came to meet her there-I went to bed and left Ellen Mary Davies and Jeremiah Evans downstairs. Cross-examined: I went to the Red Lion about eight p.m. on the 12th instant.âDefendant was fined 10s and coste to be paid fert b with. -Transfers: The licence ol the Cro.3S Inn was transferred to John Davies The transfer of the licence of Red Lion Inn Llanddewibrefi, to Thomas Evans was refused Superintendent John Lloyd opposing.

ABERGWILI.

LAMPETER.,

CAPEL TYGWYDD.

NARBERTH.

GOLDEN GROVE.

LLANYBRI.

LLANSTEPHAN.

.CILIAU AERON.

ST. CLEARS.

HIGHMEAD.

LLANWNEN-

PENBOYR.

--EMLYN.

LLANDYSSUL.

LLANSAWEL.

ABERGORLECH.

BRYNSION.

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