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Conway & Llandudno Petty Sessions.


Conway & Llandudno Petty Sessions. LLANDUDNO, MONDAY, MAY ISTH.-Before Dr Dalton (chairman); County-Alderman Elias Jones; Major Ephraim Wood and T. W. Griffith, Esq, who took his seat for the first time as Chairman of the Llandudno District Council. LICENSING. Mr Percy Hutt was granted a temporary license to supply a canteen at the Volunteer camp on Conway Morfa. A CONWAY TENANCY CASE. Thomas Parry applied for an ejectment order against John Lloyd Jones, 6, Bangor Road, Conway.—-Mr J. J. Marks appeared for the defendant, and contended that the notice to quit, which had been given last November, could not be enforced until next November, this being a yearly tenancy.—The Bench took this view, and therefore did not make the order. A CABMAN IN TROUBLE. William Jones, cabman, Colwyn Bay, was charged with leaving his cab unattended in Mostyn Street, Lfandudno. The information was laid by P.C. Jones (54), and the defendant, who admitted the offence, was fined 10s and costs. CONWAY, MONDAY, MAY 25TH.-Before Coun- cillor Dr. R. Arthur-Prichard (chairman), and Owen Rowland, Esq. WIFE-MAINTENANCE. Thomas Williams, Berry-street, Conway, was brought up on a warrant for disobedience to a magisterial order as to the maintenance of his wife.—The case was adjourned for a week, the defendant being liberated on his own recognis- ances. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. John Reid alias Arthur McCawley, of Glasgow, was fined 10s and costs for being drunk and dis- orderly.

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