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_--Alleged Frauds by a Denbighshire…

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Alleged Frauds by a Denbigh- shire Farm Labourer. On Tuesday, July 24th, at the Llanrwst Police Court, before Dr Evans and Councillor Isgoed Jones, Lewis Jones, labourer, Brymbo, Eglwys- bach, was charged with obtaining money by false pretences.—Mrs Roberts, wife of John Roberts, Birminghnm House, Llanrwst, said that the prisoner had come to the shop when her husband was out. He represented himself as a Llansantffraid farmer, well-known to her husband. He said that he had a load of manure at the station, and that he had not enough money to pay its carriage. He asked for the loan of 2s 3d, which she gave him.—David Davies, Bronferiaeth, said he was not aware that the prisoner had ever been the tenant of the farm.—Rees Davies, rail- way porter, Llanrwst, said that the prisoner had not been at the station on the day the offence was said to have been committed, and there was no manure for him. --The prisoner was further charged with having attempted to obtain 2S 6d from Ann Batten, King's Head Hotel, Llanrwst. —Mrs Batten said that the prisoner had presented to her a letter purporting to come from her son at Llandudno Junction, and advising her to give the prisoner the i-iion ey. -William Owen, son of Mrs Batten, said that he had not given the prisoner such a letter.—The prisoner was also charged with having forged the letter above referred to. —When charged, the prisoner said that he had nothing to say in defence of what he had done. He was drunk and did not know what he was doing.—He was committed to the Assizes on the three charges. COURAGOEUS, intelligent, persistent advertising means the largest possible success in any particular ine."