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Persdeipyn Appeal Case. At the. Breccmshire Quarter Sessions on Tuesday the licensee of the Butchers Arms, Penderyn, appealed against the refusal of the Licensing Penderyn Justices sitting at Cefn. to renew ta licence on the ground that he had rot erected a wall 9ft. high at the back cf the in accordance with an undertaking given in 1905. Mr. Harold Stowe, Cardiff (instructed by Mr W. Thomas, solicitor, Aberdare), was for the appell- ants, and Mr. F. S. Simons, solicitor, hlertbvr, appeared on behalf of the police. For the appellants Mr R. C, Jenkins, surveyor, Blaina, proved the plans. Mr. Rees Stephen Davies (licensee), gave evidence that although the wall had not been erected, a, galvanised iron fencing had been placed up. No conviction had been recorded against him since he had been tenant. Mrs. Cecilia Williams said she was the owner of the house—the Butchers Arms Inn—and that the rent accruing therefrom was the sole means of her livelihood. No notice had been served upon her in respect to the house. For the respondents Colonel J. Jones, chairman of the Penderyn justices, stated that the licensee had persistently refused to carry out the wishes of the Bench, and that was why the licence had been re- fused. Superintendent Henry Hand also gave evidence, i. • tnat the wall should h:.v 'x-cn e.-ectei and that the house was one very ha id to supervise. — The appeal was allowed, and the license will therefore be renewed, the Chairman stating that the magistrates in the court below had no right to refuse the license ell the g'1\J11nÓs t(ted.

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