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R ad tbs\ repay you a thoiliand foL(i} Iflyoo nim PAIN iD the BACK, a»d LOINS, or between the SHOULDERS, thi. remedy w. 11 effortaally G TI3EM ..u T-PRTTATION of the BLADDER, SUPPRESSION and RETENTION of the ou are troubled with IRKll^ and EFFECTUAL REMEDY OFFERED iO THE *R, STONE, or GRAVEL, the pILLg WORLD is GEORGE'S THICK, and depositing much SEDIMENT, lose no time, procure a If *-he Water is HIGH CO„511'nn K0 RIGHT again, box of GEORGE'S PILLS, and you sluggish and out of rder, this Remedy will gently STIMULATE If your KIDNEYS and LI^ prQQ^EX) PASSAGES, and promote the secretion of HEALTHY BILE fheee important organs, ope i their and otfcer VITAL FLUIDS. __1()Ni BILIOUSNESS, and CONSTIPATION, yoo have a SURE If you are a martyr to ^UAV* remedy in Bowel Disorder such as PILES, CONSTIPATION FLATULENCE, COLIC, yoo ave her a Remedy y°" 1^PT^Tt^oN ^and are afraid that your HEART 8 affected, von will find these If vou suffor irom »n EFUICACIOUS REpAnA'cHE and GIDDINESS George's Pills will remove these PAINS sooner than If you suSer xrom_xlEja-u^AJJ any y^J^j^AFTER EATING, aid feel DROWSY an I LiSTLESS, one Dose of George's Pills will If Syoar FOO D TURNS SOUR nd r'see into the mouth, a ew dosea of thiB Remedy will make your foJf&ERVO^ EXCITABLE, and LOW SPIRITS, perfect ANTIDOTE will be found in ^eoriJe 8 a DI& AGREE ABLE TASTE in the mouth, a iNGLti DOSE of George's Pile and Gravel PiUs afoed-time will clear the tongue before the dawn of another day If SLEEP fails to give you REST try George a Pills. Tney 1 make your bed easy, sleep refreshing, *°d gvJile^OTfftte EXERTION, WEAK, ?nd LIMP thi. Remedy will RESTORE your ENERGY .ad STRENGTH, and will make Labour and Exercise the ENJOYMENT of your ife. If yoa are troubled with NAUSEA and VOTING at the, thought of eating, a box of George a Pills will make your keep^^en all the important outlets of the oody and thus give free exit to*H<?ROSSHUMOT "id IMPURITIES will b. »en bur,&g throegfth, Skin to »d branch, RHEUMATIC, SCORBUTIC, raH^Lb^to^BOPSICAL SWELLINGS, this remedy, by iie action up.,n the KIDNEYS have%IFF?CCJLTY" of BREATHING, this Romody will prove a friend to ycu in the hour of 0eediV • A pp-uttt NT and therefore will remove CONSTIPATION, It is ANTIBILIOUS and will, therefore, correct alllrregUJarltles of the It is DIURETIC, and will, therefore, keepjopan the WAMR ]PA ^AGES. Ic is TONIC, and will, therefore,^give LO^ and VI(^TO to the DIGESTIVE ORGANS. It is BLOOD-PURIFYING and NERVE STRENGTHENING. It is, therefore, ALL YOU WANT. HESE WORLD RENOWNED PILLH ARE SOLD EVERYWHERE 'r"n Boxes, Is Hd and 2s 9d each. By Post, Is 3d and 3s. PRFttfETOR-J. E GEORGE, M.R.P.S., HIRWAEJN AMERICAN AGENT:—R. D. WILLIAMS, Chemist, Plymouth, Pa. WORTH A GUHNEA A BOX. FOR ALL BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS, STJCH AS Slek Headache, Constipation, U fy Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, BlsoPtSerecg Liver & Female Ailments. Prepared only by the Proprietor, TUOM AS BEKCHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, In boxes," 9^d., Is. 1yd. and 2s. 9d. each, with full directions. Sold everywhere ;d DnUNItENESS CURED Without knowledge of the patient. It is .he moc; ertain hu.A. j-noxpenyive Cure. It is perfectly harm- i se ri Hsteless if given in a cup of tea, eoft'ce, or 'mVfoori It never tails. It has cured and restored haTr><e ^ousnnds of families. It cures cases of howtVWi'* y standing in men or women. Remedy sent • 3 post- fr°e. 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THE abo>e amounts have been placed at my disposal to advance in sums from £ 5 to JE5000, to Ladies and Gentlemen of position, Clergymen, Farmers, Tradesmen, and others, on their own note of band alone. I also advance cash to any amount on Deeds, Scrip, Bonds, Plate, Diamonds, Pianos, and other Merchandise, at a low rate of interest. Apply personally or by letter, which will jeive .prompt attention, to C. DAVIES, FINANCIER, RIGBY BUILDINGS, 21, DALE STREET, facing North John street), LIVERPOOL. N-ID.- Nor!a lut rest ectable applicants aeed apply I DR. BLANC HARD'S "NEV EK FAIL" FEMALE PILLS Are acknowledged to be the o» ly genuine remedy for CORRECTING IRREGULARITIES. I Tuey are certain to cure the most obstinate case, and brine: about all that is desired I AFTER ALL ELSE FAILS. 4s 6d, Sent free from observation by post fi-om 20, Jiishopsirafce Street Without London. I PRIXTED IN UOLOUBS npHE ARMER AND STOC 1 BREEDER. E arced to 28 PAGE8 WEEKLY Price On Fenny. Most Enterprising. 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I (Published ly special permission cfihe Rus'-a* CutrL ) p tn Tins, i!b,?lb, by G- LOBi UPITISIRING pOMPlHY, V -L t L E R P W -) Dodrefn. am Axian, neu ar y Gyfundrefn Leg-feiitn/cxol, am Brisiau Arian Parod. CWMNI DODREPNOL Y GLOBE yw yr byn;if a'r eungaf o'r rhai sydd yn dw yn yn inlaert l^naeh ar y gj-fundrefn W- fenthyciol yn y taiaethau y maent cytleuwi dodrefn 1 dai, gwestai. apb'ila.sau. 11awor rhatach nag y gwlla y lumy an-if o'r mnsuachdai cydd yn gwerthu am anau parod yn uuig. Yr ydym yn alluocp ihyri Orwy tod gi.:í.r"}} ^-Maf ma at em gaiwad, ac hefy .l drwy J ein bod yn wneuthurwyr y prif nwyddau a wertliwn. Nid oes Elsie a SicrwydA- Dim Treuliau YcLwaiieo-ol ar em Cyfandrefa Fenthyciol. Y mae ein dull teg a chyfiawn o ddwyc ein masuafh ya mItwn, a'n telerjtu rhes- ymol, a'r pns:au isel mor adnabyddus drwy Ogledd Lioegr a Chymru, fel uad oea eisieu ychwanog o sylwadau. Telerau cyflredinol, y rhai fodd bynag 7 gellir eu nowid i gyfarfod cylleusdernu ein cwsmeriuid. Taliadau wythnosol, inisol, )chwarterol Swm y pryniant lOp, Taliad 0 3 6 yr Snot » 20p, „ 0 5 0 m 50P» »» 0 10 0 „ „ loop, 017 6 „ õOOp", 4 0 0 ydd i arcbwiliad o'n Stoc roddi J un- waithfoddhad i'r rhai sydd yn bwriadu uuTcasu, ein bod yn rhoddi' gwell gwerth a thelerau hawddach o dakadau na'r un masnachdy cylTelyb yn y Taiaethau. Dodrefnir am Arian, neu ar y Gyfun- drefn Log-fenthyciol. An^ir Prospectus newyddion, Rhaglan irTvC Bdariuniadol, Barn y Wasg, a'r Prif-rostr drwy y Uythyrdy ar archiact. Enwcti y papyr hwn. GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY, 12, li, 16, a 18, PEMBROKE PLICa, L E R PW L. Railwa, Fario allowed to Coaatry Customers. r'-Y GENIIN N 1 -8" T E 1) D l'O 1) 0 L. 1 BHl.t< fN ARBENia O'R GENINEN. CYNHWYSIAD: Noddfa Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Elfyn. Y Ddwy Hen Gadair Dderw: Can. Gan Garnellan. Y Ddau Fyd: Pryddest. Gan Feilir Mon. Pumlumon Englynion. Gan Arian- glawdd. Brwdfrydedd: Awdl Gadeiriol. Gau Fwlchydd Mon. Gwenynen Gwent Englynion. Gan Lleurwg. Dafydd yn ffoi rbag Absalom Pryddest. Gan Mr W. Crwys Williams. Y Gorphenol: Pryddest. Gan Ptfonwy. YJNcs^cyn y Croesholiad: Pryddes. Gan I Mr H. Emyr Davies. A marwolaeth ni bydd mwyach:" Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Mr H. Parry Williams. John Howard Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Wili. Teyrnasiad y Frenbines. Gan Rydfab. Marw-goffa Nicander; Cywydd. Gan Ieuan Ionawr. Gorchfygiad Sisera: Cywydd. Gan Iestyn. Ac Arch Daw a ddaliwyd Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Mr Ben Bowen (Euros). Tragwyddoldeb: Pryddestau Aur- dlysog. (5an y Parch W. Pari Huwa ac Elfyn. Codiad yr Haul: Can. Gan Mr H. Is- gaer Lewis. Coffa Richard Davies, Ysw., Arglwydd Raglaw Mon: Cywydd Aur-diysog. Gan Forwyllt. Yr Eisteddfodwr Can. Gan Abon. Emyn, priodol i'w ganu ar ddeeh/eu yr addoliad cyhoeddus ar y Sabbotb. Gtn J. liar D ivies. Y Netoeid: Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Huwco Penrnaen. Abraham Lincoln Awdl. Gan Wilym Eiliau. Yr Enllibiwr Cywydd Aur-dlysog. Gan Dafolog. 6 Suddiad yr "Elbe:" Pryddest. Gan Natbaa Wyn. Y bwthyn dan gesail y bryn: Can. Gan Frynfab. Y Mynydd Cywydd. Gan Feiriadog. Cyfarfyddiad Joseph a'i dad: rryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Ap Ionawr. Tangiaefedd Can. Gan E. D. Lloyd. Machludiad yr Haul: Pryddest Arian- aiyaog. Gan Gadaan. Gad ef y flwyddyn hoc. Pryddest Goronog. Gan Fryfdir. Esgyniad Crist Pryddest. Gan Fethel. Y -1 aDY8 diwedd y gwr hwnw fydd tang- nefedd:" Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Athron. Y CTwatlwyiu: Pryddest Oadeiriol. Gan Mr J. Brynach Davies. Daniel Owen: Pryddest Gadeiriol. Gan Waenfab. Hefyd. rhai ugeiniau o ddarntiu llai, gan wabauol awdwvr. YOUNG WALES FOR AUGUST. CONTENTS. The Inclusion of Arms representing Wales in the Royal Shield of the United Kingdom. By T. H. Thomas (Arwydd-fardd yr Or- sedd). The Sunday Schools oi Wales during the Queen's Reign. By Thomas Owens, County School, Aberystwyth. The Development of the Industrial Re- sources of Wales during Queen Victoria's Reigii. By J. E. Thomas, C.E. "A Beginning." By R. E. Hughes, M.A., B.Sc., H.M. Inspector. On Circuit. By a Barrister. A Welsh College Tale. By "Gracie ap Rhys." Chapter VII. The Linguistic Plebiscite at Cardiff. By John E. Southall. Our Sunday Note Book. By William George. IkT 12 U,t, I' qMMLT CollR!:CT ll,. Zom.,A rX=S, MXY07! AIL and tie 811mp:ntrn! 110 I wit/i thf./fz. Boxes, 1/1^^2 9 (contains threo 1 tiiL.c» ihe quantjr". of all Cb(J:J1I'8. ti"'n* I).n" -J I oa icjoipi ol 13 caji Harass, ollf T. TV 'i" J M*oafac4nrer3, Dryden St., Nottiaghdm. I Ti r of ^rirujana »or*U„ 1 CYMRU MEDI 15fed, 1897- DAN OLYGIAETH OWEN M. EDWARDS, M.A., RHYDYCHEN. PRIS CNWEOHNIXROA Y MIS. CYNWYSIAD: Wyneb-ddarluu-Uu o'r Gwrandawyr Gan H. Williams, Lhiodain. Hanes Cymru. XLIX. Trem ar y llwybr gerddwyd. Ar y Traeth. G,1ll R. Gwmryn Jonas, Capet Dewi. Bcirniadaeth yn Nghymru. 0 lwpurau Eben Fdrdd. Breuddwyd oedd. Gan J. M. Fdwards, Abermaw. Eglwys Dwynwen. Gan Anthrouos. (Gyda darlun.) Cywydd y Llaw Wen. Gin Sion Tudur. 0 lawysgrif. Trawsfynydd. Gan A. Rowlands, Rhyl. Adgof am yr Ysgolion CylchynoI. Gan T. Hamei Jones, Lluodair. Mynwent Penyst-yd. Gan W. E. WiUiams (Gwflym Edeu.) Rhai o Ganouon Gwilyrn Maries. Diarhe,b;n Twm o'r Nant. Gyda darlun. ro trwy'r Wig. Gau R. Morgan, Llanar- man yn Ial. Iihaglith Lewis Morus Mon. O'i law- ysgrif Llyfrau a Chylehgronau Medi. Ymysg hen bobl Ceredigion. Gan I. Thomas, Aberystwyth. R O. Rees. Gan B. W. Jones, Bangor, Pensylvannia. Awdl Anf arwoldab. Gan R. Bryan, Gwrecsam. Ton,—" Molawd Morfudd." Gan John Price, Beulah. Cymdeithas Lenyddol Brynbachau. Gan D. C. Owen, Afon Weu. (Gyda darlun o'r Gymdeithas). Hirddydd Haf. Gan Richardjap Hugh, y Bala. Four Crosses er's Haner Canrif. III. Gan Asiedydd. Saith ym ni. 0 Wordsworth. Gan R- Bryan. O Bapurau Gwalcbnai. At Ctebwyr. 1 rHE "ENGLISH" OBCANETTI EASY PAYMENTS. WITH EXPRESSION ONLY 4/- STO P. ctc. Anj tune can be played with artistic by acYone, A mere child can play it. Mont marvelloua xnuaioa. «i*- Inetrumert m the "World. >PRICE 30;- TERMS: 4/ DEPOSIT ANO 4M0MTHLV. to J. ?eli*er«a when .first 4s- is paid- Write fr lut of rnasic ana lull r»rticu}:irs. (Mention this p»D«r J. K. DRAPER, Org&ntttO Works, Blarkbarna CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS DISCONTINUANCE OF RAIL AND COACH EXCURSIONS. On and after OCTOBER 1ST, 1897, the whole of the Rail and Cooch Trips advertised in Company's Rail and Coach Tour Programmes, Tourist Programmes, and other announcedents, WILL BE DISCONTINUED, I and the Cheap Tickets for the following Excursions will cease to be issued after the I date mentioned b.Low Date on which last Excursions will run to Torrent Walk, Dinas Mawddwy, and Bwlchoerddrws Pass, via Dolgelley and Dinas Mawddwy, Friday, September 24th. C. S. DENNIS. General Manager. -IAMB RIAN A -IL W A Y 8 PAMBEIAN I) AILW AY S } EXTENDED ATtRANGEMENT FOR THE ISSUE OF TOURIST TICKE From Cambrian Stations to the various HEALTH RESORTS IN ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, & IRELAND in operation from May 1st. 14orfull particulars see Tourist Pro- grammes, which may 10 had at all Stations. ( "Ag like as Egys—women say an." — Wintkh'S TAI.IT j Every Meal Made Attractive and Tempting j BY THE USE OF ,BIRD3S1 N N CUSTARD .1 POWDER I A delicious accompaniment to every I Sweet Dish, Pudding, or Stewed Fruit- all the yecr round. NO ECCG I If? TRGUBCiil MU IN»K! .1k; CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. BIRMINGHAM ONION FAIR, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Sept. 30th, and Oct ober 1st and 2nd. ON THURSDAY, September 30th, Cheqp 1,2.and 3 Days Excursion Tiwkets will be issued to BIRMINGHAM. For full particulars as h train timps and fares see handbills to be had at all Stations. U. S. DENNISS, General Manager. NANT-LIL5 .W: W. GHIMLSF DAVIES, Billposter, Tawn Grier and Bill Distributor, PENYGROES, R.S.O. Member of the United Billposters 4^SOCIATIO:J. Bij^postino contracted at the most moderate terms at PEUYPROE-?. T»iivs»pn. lf ÙWl;¡." t Now&* maeusa -t I FOR ACHES AND PAINS. JTLLIMAN'S ELIMINATES PAIN E LLIMA-S ELIMIXATES PAIS. I I ellMan^S E LLIMAN'S E LLIMA-N'S E LLI.AIAN'S E LLIMAN-S jgLLIMAN'S IE L L I.A A'S E LLI.MAN'S .ELLBIAX'i:; I YEAR BY YEAR, 184" TO 1S96, IXCREASIXG ¡ FOR ELLIilAK'S UXIVERSAL EMBROCATION FOR HUMAN USE, AD ELLBlà.N'S ROYAL EMBROCATION. FOR HORSES, CATTLE, f BIRDS. EMBROCATION Rheumatic P:1hs, LurnMgo. Sprains, Bruises, Siicrht Cuts in heathy persons, Kore Throat from CDICI, Chest Colds, Nenmigia from Cold, Chiliiloiiis before T>roken, Corns whuu ),uinful, Tired F^e: S'ti'Tne^-s from severe exercise, Ac., are psons all relieved I)- a prompt and free use of Uiiiverbi,, Embro- cation. FOR ACHES AND PAI.XS. "P^LLDIAX'S UNIVERSAL EiiBjiOCATlOX. Bottles Is. 2s. 9<i., and 4s. Jars, lis., 22s. Jars 8ulo. direct only for P.O. PrepAred (jJ:jJ; "J- ELLTMAN, SOXS, and Cu., SLOUGH, ENGLAND. NO STABLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT For ELL I f,1 A trJ 'S SPLINTS when FORMING, SPRUNG SXCWS, CAPPED HOCKS, OVKP.-REACUES,. BRUISES, and CUTS, BROKEN* KNEES, SORE SHOULDERS, BORE THROATS. SORE BACKS, SPRAINS, CCT. BRUISES in DOGS, &c. Mr. Izak I. Van bel yon, Dordi-echt, South Africa, O Jr j Jfc I I have two horses which were quite useless, but after using only three of your bottles they have now quite recovered.— kept. 14, Bottles, Is., 2s., 2a. 6d., 3s. 6d. Jars, 10s. 6d., 20s. EMBROCATION prepared only by ELLIMAN, SONS & CO., Slough, England.
LICENSING SESSIONS CARNARVON (COUNTY). At the adjourned brewster sessions for the Carnarvon County Police Division on Satur- day, Captain Wynn Griffith presiding, Deputy Chief-constable Harris presented a supplemented report, in the course of which he stated that the police had taken cogni- sance of the remarks of the bench with re- gard to the back doors of public houses, and steps had been taken to prevent traffic through back doors—Mr )1. E. Nee applied on behalf of Captain Lunn for the transfer of the license of the Penygwryd Hotel,Llan- beris, to Robert Lloyd Morris.—Mr J. B. Allanson. who represented Mr Assheton Smith, the ground landlord, asked who Cap- tain Lunn was.—Mr Nee Mr Allanson has no locus standi in this ca^e.—Mr Allanson: But surely it is right that the bench should know who Captain Lunn is. Where is he ? What is his address ? Where does he sleep ? (laughter).—The bench thought they ought to know these things.—Mr Nee explained that he would be pleased to give the whole information to the clerk of the justices, so that the particulars might be put on the license.—The transfer was then granted.
CARNARVON (BOROUGH). The adjourned licensing sessions for the borough of Carnarvon took place on Monday before the Mayor (Mr Edward Hughes), and other magistrates. Upon the application of Mr Nee (Messrs Nee and Gordon Roberts) the license of the Snowdon Vaults was trans- ferred to Sergeant-Major Morgan, of the An- glesey Engineer Militia, and that of the Commercial Inn to J. Conlan. Mr H. Lloyd Carter applied for the transfer of the license of the County Vaults to Henry Thier, who was already on the premises, and also for a transfer of the license of the Anglesey Inn to Robert Bray, formerly manager of the South Beach Hotel, Pwllheli. Both appli- cations were granted. The bench also, upon the application of Mr Richard Roberts, granted the renewal of a wine license in res- pect to the Priory Provision Stores; they also transferred the wine license of the Star Tea Company to the manager of the com- pany, and confirmed a similar license already temporarily granted to Thomas Davies, grocer, Bangor street. Mr Nee applied for a transfer of the license of the Temperance Mawr (which had been refused at the annual sessions) to Evan Evans, who was described as having during the last twelve months been on and off in the employ of Mr Arms- den, Market street, who with others had for- warded testimonials as to the good character borne by the applicant. Mr J. T. Roberts who appeared to oppose, asked whether Mr Nee intended to put the applicant in the box, to which Mr Nee replied in the nega- tive. Mr Roberts then observed that Evans was brought there to save the license, and if it was transferred there would be an appli- cation to have it renewed, though as thmgs at present stood it would expire in October. He, moreover, was prepared to call evidence to supplement that given at the last court as to the way in which the house had been conducted in the past. The bench retired, and upon their return, the Mayor announced that they had unanimously decided that the applicant had failed to satisfy them as re- gards character, and that the house was of a disorderly character, and license would not be granted. At the annual sessions, appli- cations for the renewal of the licenses of the I lanfair Arms and Star Vaults were ad- journed n order that the Mayor and -t cilior Gregory might have an opportunity of inspecting the back doors. In the report which the two justices now brought up, they recommended that the doors be completer; blocked. Mr R. Gordon Roberts formally applied for the licenses of both houses, and maintained that as no objection had be* n taken to them the licenses ought to be re newed. The clerk of the court (Mr Charles A. Jones) said that he did not understand at the last court that the state of the back dcors was regarded as an objection. Even- tually the bench renewed both licenses, and recommended the closing of the back doors. MENAI BRIDGE. At Monday's adjourned licensing sessions, Dr John Roberts, who was in the chair, proposed a vote of sympathy with Lieuten- ant Colonel Robert Ap Hu Williams in the serious accident which befell him whilst in- specting the Carnarvon harbour works on Saturday.—Mr Thornton Jones, on behalf of the solicitors practising in the court, ex- i I pressed their deep regret at th.? deplorable accident and the hope that Colonel Wil- t liams would be able in a short time to re- sume his magisterial duties.—At the invita- tion of the Chairman all who were present in court testified their acquiescence in the I rote of sympathy, and the Clerk (Mr Jones Roberts) was requested to convey'the same to Colonel Robert Williams. Subsequently the Chairman read a telegram stating that Colonel Williams had passed a satisfactory night, and was progressing fairly.—The re- newals of the licenses of the Cross Keys Inn, Menai Bridge, and the Bull's Head, Myn- addfwvn, were opposed by the police and re- fused. Mr W. Thornton Jones supported the applications. CONWAY AND LLANDUDNO. On Monday the adjourned brewster ses- sions for the Conway and Llandudno divi- sion were held at Conway, under the presi- dency of Mr H. Kneeshaw. The applica- tion of Mr Crockatt, of the Avondale Re- staurant, Llandudno, for an extension of time on Friday evening on the occasion of the pavilion band's forewell supper was granted. Mr Johnson applied for the re- newal of the license of the Blue Bell Inn, Conway, which was objected to by the pol- ice on the ground of the wooden gate lead- ing to the yeard. Mr Johnson observed that that would be remedied by the owners, who would erect an iron gate which would meet the requirements of the police. On this understanding the license was renewed. Mr Johnson applied for the renewal of the licenses of the King's Arms Inn, Llandud- no, to Peter Robinson, and that of the Par- ade Hotel, Llandudno, to Mrs Turnbull, which were objected to b ythe police because of offences against the licensing laws in a former case by a previous tenant. The lic- enses were all renewed. The renewal of the license of the Fores- ters' Arms, Gyffin, was granted to Thomas Williams, on the application of Mr John- son, on the condition that certain sanitary arrangements were carried out. The lic- enses of the Mountain View Hotel and Vic- toria Inn, Penmaenmawr. were also renewed on the same condition. Mr Horatius Lloyd, instructed by Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson, applied for a pro- visional license to Mr Moses Godber, of the Ferry Farm Hotel. Mr David Owen, who appeared to object on behalf of certain persons, observed that h ewould not press his objection, provided certain alterations were made in the plans. Mr Lloyd consented, on behalf of the ap- plicant, to have the plans carried out ac- cording to the suggestions. On this under- standing a provisional license was granted. Mr Johnson applied for a full license to sell medicated wine on behalf of Alfred H. Burton, chemist, Llandudno. Granted. Mr Johnson applied for a full license on behalf of Mrs Dicken, Promenade Restaur- ant, Llandudno. Mr David Owen objected on behalf of the Temperance Association. Refused.
CONWAY. PETTY SESSIONS.—On Monday, before I the Rev Venables Williams and other magistrates, Robert Hughes, labourer, j Gytfin, was fined 10s and costs for carrying a gun for which he had not taken out a lie- ense.—Tugh Williams was summoned by the I Penmaenmawr District Council for two en- croachments on the highway near the Fairy Glen. Mr Johnson (Messrs Chamberlain .ijHfl and Johnson) said that the defendant bad been repeatedly cautioned as to the conse- quences of his act, and had set the council at defiance. He had now expressed bis wil- lingness to put back the obstructions, which much narrowed the road, although j he had written the council that he would A do nothing without having first consulted [ his solicitor.—The Rev Venables Williams i Perhaps he has done so now, and this is the outcome of it. He seems to have been very 1 obstinate in the matter, and he must pay I 5s and costs and remove the obstructions within seven days. Mr Worrall, the inspec-' tor for the council, gave evidence in sup- port of the prosecution.—In passing the jury lists, the Clerk (Mr James Porter) called at- tention to the fact that in many parishes in the petty sessional divisions the names of
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