Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

17 articles on this Page

SALE OF WORK ATST. GEORGE

Surp to Pass.

Advertising

ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS.

News
Cite
Share

ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS. MOJJAY.-Before Dr Easterby (in the chair), Dr Davies and Messrs Peter Roberta, and R C Enyon. The White Horse )nn. The Bench were asked to grant the license of the White Horse Inn to William Jones, the present tenant, in succession to David Kvans, late occupier and licensee. Mr Joseph Lloyd appeared for the parties concerned, and the application was allowed. AHeged Tresspasstng !n Pursuit of Conies. Peter William Hughes, farmer, Pen-y- Mynydd, Rhuallt, was summoned at the instance of Thomas Jones, farm bailiff, Rhuallt Hall, for having on October 18th trespassed in search of rabbits on land in the occupation of Mr James Hughes.—Mr Joseph Lloyd appeared for the prosecution, and defendant, who pleaded not guilty, was repre- sented by Mr Maraden, of Mold.—It appears that on the date in question, defendant and a man in his employ were rab- biting, ferrets being used for the purpose. While these operations were in progress a ferret escaped on to the adjoining land, of which Jones had the oversight. Defendant en- deavoured to recover the ferret, and whilst on his neighbour's land Jones came up. The presence of half a dozen nets on the ground aroused the suspicions of the bailiff, who, not unnaturally, perhaps, at once accused defendant of being there for an unlawful purpose. Defendant denied that the nets had been laid by him or that he was in any way responsible for them being there, but the bailiff refused to accept his version, hence the summons. After considerable argument, in the course of which Mr Marsden submitted that the case was a trumped-up affair, the c&se was dismissed, the parties being ordered to pay their own coats.

The Messiah.

FLINT.

LLANFAIRTALHAIARN.

IA LODGING-HOUSE DISPUTE.…

DENBIGH.

The Season and the Crops.

RUTHIN.

RAPHAEL TUCK'S CHRISTMAS CARDS…

BANGOR.

THE DOG ALL RIGHT.

Advertising

HOLYWELL.

Advertising