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LLANIDLOES COUNTY SESSIONS.

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ALLEGED PERJURY AT LLANIDLOES.

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ALLEGED PERJURY AT LLANIDLOES. A special Police Court was held yestertiay morning before the Mayor (Mr Richard George), Messrs Edward Davies, James Grant, N. Den- nett Owen, and Colonel J. Davies Jenkins. D.C.C. Williams was also present.. when Eliz- abeth Jones, wife of Mr William Jones, land- lord of the Belle Vue Inn. Trefeglwye, and John Smith, Pencoppv. Trefeglwys, were brought up under warrants charging them with committing perjury at the Petty Sessions held at Llanid- loes on August 29th, in which they were con- cerned in a case of permitting drunkenness dur- ing prohibited hours.—P.C. Parry, of Trefeg- lwys, gave evidence in support of the case, ami was supported by Supt Williams. The prison- ers were defended by Mr Martin Woosnam, Newtown. The Cotirt was crowded, and con- siderable interest was taken in the proceedings. —The prisoners were committed to take their trial at the next Assizes to be held at Ruthin on October 16th. Bail was allowed. Mrs Jones upon the recognizance of two sureties of .£[J6 each and Smith in the sum of £ 25 and another turety of £ 50 which was forthcoming.

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