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; I CHARGES AGAINST A PENMAENi…

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I CHARGES AGAINST A PENMAEN- i MAWR PUBLICAN. At Conway Petty Sessions, on Monday, before Mr Kneeshaw and other magistrates, William Evans, Black Lion Inn, Penmaenmawr, appeared to two summonses charging him with permitting drunkenness. Mr Humphreys (Messrs James and Humphreys) prosecuted; Mr Johnson (Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson) defended; and Mr Thornton appeared for the lessees, Messrs Worth- ington and Co. The house was visited on a Saturday night by Police-Constables Rowlands and Jones, and the landlord was advised to turn out some men who were under the influence of drink and creating a disturbance. Later in the evening the officers again visited the house, and found the men still sitting there with drink before them.—Several witnesses, including the defendant, were called to prove that thero was no rowdyism in the house, except such as generally happens on in the house, except such as generally happens on j quarry pay nights, and that no drunken persons were served. The bench imposed a penalty of 20s and costs in each case, and directed the endorse- ment of the license. Mr Thornton Jones appealed to the bench not to endorse the license, as the de- fendant had only just entered into occupation of the house, and Messrs Worthington were prepared to put in another tenant. Tba justices adhered to their decision. The meu found drunk on the pre- mises were each fined 5s and costs. Several per- sons from Penmaenmawr were ordered to pay costs for loitering. —

THE TRAiWATQUESTlON AT LLANDUDNO.

AN OPEN LETTER.

THE BETHESDA QUARRYMEN.

DOLGELLEY INTERMEDIATE COUNTY…

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A SENSATIONAL ARREST AT BARMOUTH.

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WELSH PARLIAMENTARY BILLS.

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