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Conway and Llandudno Petty Sessions. LLANDUDNO, MONDAY, APRIL 20TH.-Before Dr. K. H. Bold Williams (chairman) County- Alderman Elias Jones Ephraim Wood, Esq. and J. Allanson Picton, Esq. THE LICENSING ACTS. Temporary Transfer,—British Hotel, Llandudno, John Kitts to George Goodwin. The adjourned cases against R. Owen, wine merchant, Mostyn-street, Llandudno, for serving a drunken man, and against William Williams for being drunk, %vere lieard.Mr Humphreys appear- ed for the police, and Mr Swift (instructed by Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson) for the defen- dant Owen.—Sergeant Rees and P.C. Nelson deposed to seeing the man Williams in the Clock" vaults with a glass of whisky in front of him. He reeled in the street.—The defence was that there was no sale.—The defendant Richard Owen swore that he did not observe the man Williams to be drunk until the police called his attention to him, or he should not have served him. He had been in business at the Clock 32 years, and was never summoned before.—The Bench fined Owen 2os. and costs, and Williams 10s. and costs

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