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-=- Llandudno Petty Sessions. THESE sessions were held on Monday, beforer Messrs Henry Kneeshaw, Elias Jones, C. J. Wal- lace, G. Adey Wells, and Robert Roberts. Drunkenness. John Davies, of Warehouse-street, Llandudno, was summoned for being drunk, and a fine of 2s 6d and costs was imposed. John Henry Atherton, also of Llandudno,sum- moned for a similar offence, was fined £1 and costs. Enforcing the New Childrens Act. The first case in the district under the lately- adopted Act concerning the sale of intoxicants to children under age was then heard. The de- fendant was Elizabeth Pritchard, of Great Orme's Head, the charge being that she sent her child, under 14 years of age, to the Montpellier Vaults for half-a-pint of beer on the 13th inst. Defendant pleaded guilty, and observed that she was ignorant of the new Act. Inspector Rees at the outset remarked that it was the first case in the district under the new Act. The child in question was, in, the first instance, alleged to be over 14 years of age, but it had since transpired that he was not of that age. Tne Bench imposed a fine of 6d and costs, the Chairman observing that the fine was a light one owing to its being the first case, but in fu- ture heavier penalties would be inflicted. Cruelty Cases. Kate Hobson, of 12, Penyffordd-street, Great Orme, was summoned for illtreating a donkey by working it while in an unfit state. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Inspector Toyne, R.S.P.C.A., gave evidence to the effect that the animal was in cart, and that it was lame on both fore le'gs, the lameness being apparently due to bad shoeing. The case was dismissed. John Hobson, of Ty'nycoed-terrace, Llandud- no, was summoned for a similar offence, and pleaded guilty. Inspector Toyne proved the case, and obser- ved that it was not so bad a case as the preced- ing one. Fined 6d and costs.

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