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AGAINST RELIGIOUS EQUALITY

COLWYN BAY EDUCATION ! AUTHORITY…

CARNARVON BOROUGH SESSIONS

I I I BEAUMARIS PETTY SESSIONS

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BEAUMARIS PETTY SESSIONS ) STEAlLThTI UASBAOB8. SATURDAY.—(Before Hugh Thomas, Esq., and other magistrates. LICENSING.—Mr iRumsey Williams applied for the temporary transfer of the license of the [Liverpool Arms from Captain Thomas to John Earnest Elliott, of Colwyn Bay. Tha application waa granted.—.Mr Kidd, licensee of the iBulkeley Arms Hotel, was granted an ex- tension of time for the annual ball in coiinec- tionwith (the Aag1œey Hud. STEALING- -OABIBAGES.—Thomas James Jeune, a. boy of about fifteen, waa charged with stealing two cabbages from gardens near Beau- maris.—(Mr Thornton Jones, who defended, pleaded guilty on behalf of the defendant.— Company-Sergt Schipperlee proved the offence. Witness said the cabbages did not beJong to him, but this sort of thing had been yoing on so long—he himself had lost forty—that he considered it was time lit was stopped. The value of the cabbages would be about fourpence. —(Mr Thornton Jones said he could advance no reason for the theft, except that it was a boyish freak, as he had made no profit of the theft. Unfortunately, he could not plead for leniency undter the First Offenders Act, but he did sug- gest that the justice of the case would 100 met by the imposition of a small fine.—The Bench bound the boy's father over to bring the boy up for judgment in a month if in the meantime he could not find him 81 berth at sea, which has for some time been ffis in AN ASSAULT.—Henry iRoberts charged !Lewis .Morris, fLlangoed, with assaulting him. said; he committed* the lassaulib in self-defence.—Morris was bound over to keep the peace and ordered to pay the costs.

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