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.A SURRY WONDER

BARMOUTH

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CRICCLTH COUNCIL.

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE

-..-.-PORTHMADOC

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PORTHMADOC POLICEJ COUR,T.-Or Friday, b:fc.v Messrs R. M. Greaves (chairman), J. E. Greaves, J. R. Prichard, W. Lowson, and T. Burnell. DRUNKENNESS AND CRUELTY TO A HORSD,-WI-Iti,a,m Hughesy hawker, Car- narvon, was charged with having been drunk and riotous on May 14th. Hj was also charged with cruelly beating a horse.—P.C Rowlands deposed to seeing the defendant in High street, late at night, drunk and riotous. He had a horse and trap. He took the butt end of a whip and crucllv beat the horse, which was going all right. There was no reason whatsoever for beating the animal. The defendant was locked up. Two boys, who were with the defendant, took charge of the horse and trap.—Sergeant ones said that Hughes savagely beat the hcr-e with the butt end of the whip.—Defendant was fined 20s and 12s costs for drunkenness, fid 20s and 14s costs for the crusty, or 14 days im- prisonment for each offence.—Inspector Dowty represented the S.P.C.A. DRUNKENNESS.—John Pu h and Samuel Pugh, two- brothers living with their parents at Saw-mill terrace, were "roved to be drunk and riotous by P.S. Jones. Fined 5s costs 8s 6d, each—WJliam Jones, Pen- rhyndeudraeth, and Job Thomas, East Avenue, did net appear to answer a similar charge against them.—Two brothers, Huga and Thomas Jones, quarrymen, Highgate, Llanystumdwy, pleaded guilty to being drun': and creating a disturbance at the Brynh'r Arms Inn, Criccieth, on the 23th May.— P.C. Owens was called into the house by the landlord and D. Davies, and saw the defend- ants in the kitchen creating a row. Force had to be used to eject them. They had been supplied with a glass cf beer by the publican. -There being previous convictions against Hueh Jcnes, he was fired- 15s, ccsts, 8s 6d._ The Bench believed that Thomas Jones bad been misled by his brother, and decided to give him another chanCL-B.. R. Jones, the tenant of the public house, was chanred with supplying beer to H. and T. Jones. Mr John Humphreys defended.-P.C. Owens ad that he saw the brothers Jones in the house. They were drunk. The defendant toldl deponent that he had given them a g'ass of b^er. The house was full, there being a musical festival in the town that dav.-—Crcss-exam necl: R. R. Jones intended to summon H. i-e: T. Jozies.—Hugh Jcneo sa-d tli-t he was served with a glass of beer by R. R. Jones b it wit- ness was not drunk.—The charge wfi, dis- missed.

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