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Conway and Llandudno Petty…


Conway and Llandudno Petty Sessions. CONWAY, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8TH.-Before Henry Kneeshaw, Esq (chairman); Albert Wood, Esq The Mayor of Conway (Councillor R. Arthur- Prichard, C.C.); Morris Jones, Esq; and J. Allanson Picton, Esq. TURNED AWAY DRUNK FROM LICENSED PREMISES. John Owen. fisherman, Conway, pleaded guilty e to being drunk at the Blue Belt Hotel, where P.C. E. W. Parry (20) turned him out.—The Bench fined the defendant only 2s6d and co<ts, as it was a nrst offence. STEALNG A BOTTLE OF BEER. William Kempster was charged with stealing a bottle of beer at Handudno, on Saturday evening, October 6th.—John Richard Owen, son of Richard Owen, "The Clock,"Uandudno, said that about 7.K on Saturday night he saw the prisoner stand- ing by the boxes of beer outside the door, and he saw the prisoner take a bottle, and put it under his coat. P.C. Evans came over the road, and took him in charge. The bottle produced, was a one-pint one, and the value was +!cI.- The prisoner, on being asked whether he had anything to ask, said that he had only taken that one bottle.—P.C. Evan Evans (34) said that he had watched the prisoner loitering by the box, and, after the prisoner had taken the bottle, the witness was calted across the road, and took the prisoner in charge. The prisoner, on the witness charging him, said that he would like some of the drink then. Later, he said that it had all happened through drink.—The prisoner, who was stated to be an inveterate drunkard and eight times prev- iously convicted (but never before for larceny), elected to be tried summarily, and pleaded guilty, and was sent to prison for one month's hard labor, without the option of a fine. BROUGHT UP ON WARRANT. William Robinson, hawker, brought up in custody on a warrant, was fined 2s 6d and costs for being drunk and disorderly.

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