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VALLEY PETTY SESSIONS 'DID NOT IBELIEYIE IS BIFIPIX3 SHEEP. •MONDAY.—iB>e fore Chancellor Richards (chairman), Dr E. P. Edwards, (Major Fox Pitt, .R. Gardner, Esq., IR E. Jones, Esq., J. N. Thomas, Esq., Rice •Rowlands, Esq. CONDOLENCE.—'The Cliairnian, at the opening of the Court, referred to the loss sus- tained by the death of Captain Kendall, J.P. The deceased gentleman was a firm a,nd loyal friend, and an excellent magistrate. They would miss his genial preanc from th Courts. He asked the clerk to writo to the bereaved family expressincr the sympathy of the Bench. — Mr R. Gordon Roberts, on behalf of the ad- vocates, endorsed the chairman's remarks. ^SWOtRX IN.—iHugh Williams, of the L. and X.-W. detoctivo force, \va^ sworn in as a (P.C. for the county. TEMPORARY TRANSFsER.—ilr R. E. Pritcha.rd applied for the temporray traiisrer of the license of the Crown Inn, Holyhead! from the name of the deceased licensee, Mrs M. A. Thomson, to that of her husband, .Mr Arthur Thomson.—The applicat ion was ^ranted. DTD NOT BELIEVE IN 'DIPPINC.-1P.C. 9 (Evan 'Williams) summoned Ann iWilliams, Ty Hen, Llanbeulan, with having- 29 undipped Bheep on her premises.—The defendant" said that she did! not believe in dipping, and had dressed^ the sheep all over with "Thomas Evans' dressing.—She was fined 5s including costs. A similar ca^e was .preferred against William Williams, Ty Delyn, Iianrhyddlad, in respect of three sheep.—jJeiendant was fiiifd. costs. A similar ca^e waspreferred against William Williams, Ty Delyn, Iianrhyddlad, in respect of three sheep.—jJeiendant was fiiifd. 2s 6d including costs. (P.C. 2.8 (William Davenport) charged Evan Williams, Ty Mawr, Llantrisant, with -having forty-three undipped! sheep.—Defendant was fined 5s and cost.—The Chairman said that any iuturo cases would be severely dealt with, and com- plimented the police upon the performance of their d'uty. The question was a most tsei-iou-s one for farmers, a-nd they hoped these ca823 would be a warning to all who keot- sheen. WHO OWNED 'ilHE DOG.—P.O. 21 <lvho- mag Jones, Owalchrnai) charged 'William Ilo- | berts, Tai LawT, Llechylcbod, with keeping a. dog without a license.Mr R. (Jordon Robei-ts defended, and said that the clog had belopjgcvi' I to Mr William Williams, 1Y Liwyn. and. was kept by defendant on his behalf. A license hsd been taken out for the <log for ten or eleven yeare by Mr WTi'iia;ns, who also recompensed I defeiwlant for keeping the dog, which was used for the purpose of keeping the Ty Llwyn I sheep from wandering.—Defendant .Ibore out this statement, and said that he had since drowned the dog, as it was of no use to him.—- The case was dismissed, but the (Bench said they did not understand why defendant drowned a dosr which did not belonc to him.. (HEAVY PENALTY—Mr W. A. P.itc-hio, excise officer, Hoivhead. summoned Wilnam Williams, Penhenllys, Ty Croes, Aberffraw, for keeping a carriage without a license.—iThia case was a second offence, and defendant was 'I fined £ 5. HIS HEART WAS CLEAR.—P.C. 9 (Evan Williams) charged Henry Fagan, 3, Baptist- street, Holyhead, with the larceny of two ducks.—Miss Ann Jones, IBull Inn, said that on Saturday she missed a couple of white ducks. On Friday night she had seen Fagan about.—■ Mai-y Ann IBtraith wâite, Harrnstreel, (H >lyhead, deposed that on Friday ni^ht defendant askcxl her to buy a d'irk for Is 6d. She refused, and he went out. The duck, a. white one, was under I his arm.—Jos. Hindley, The Cottage, said that on Frday evenng he saw Fasan at the Bliif) Bell with a. duck under his right arm.-Florence Elizabeth Williams, a little girl of seven, said she saw defendant taking ducks from the road in front of the Bull1.—P.C. 9 {Evan Williams) deposed that he charged defendant, who said, "1 don't think I did "take, any diucks from the J' Bull or offer any for sale at iLoixlon-road, but if I did, I am very sorry. I don't remember, as I was he,,avy in drink them days." (Witness saw Fagan outside the (Bull on the 5th, about 9 p.m. Defendant Left him and went towards Holyhead, but witness heard him ''afterwards Holyhead, but witness heard him 'a.f forwards returning.—Defendant pleaxied not guilty, and I denied any knowledge of the ducks.—The Etench imposed: a fine of 10s and costs. Defeai- dant's wife, in tears, asked for time to pay, as he had been out of work for six months, fiho said she would try to borrow tho money.-De- fendant: You won't borrow it from me. 'J will go to gaol ibefore I will pav, for my heart is quite clean about those, ducks.—Defendant's wife, however, persuaded him not to carry out his threat, and promised to find the money. NO LIGHT.^— P.O. 9 (Evan Williame) chafed! Frederick Priestley, Wailaaey, Mar- gate, with Tiding a bicycle without a light.—■ Defendant wa^ fined 10s and costs. EDUCATION CASKS.— Mr IR. H. Williams, EDUCATION CASKS.— Mr IR. H. Williams, secretary to the Anglesey Education Committee, I appeared to prosecute a number of parents for not sending their children to school.—The fol- lowing fines were imposed :—'William Thomas, CTiycyn. Llnnrhvddhd. 5s: A.Tr> pTitcha.rd, Rhosgalch, Llanrhyddlad, 2s 6d Mrs Roberts, Bodawen, Llanfaethlu, os; Robert Roberts, Ty'ncoed Ba,ch, Llanfairneubwll, 5s; George Owen, Baptist-etreet, Iiodedern 5s; Robert Jones, IBack-street, IBKxledyin, 2s 6d.

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