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I Abergele Police Court. LICENSING MATTERS: TWO HOUSES REPORTED. SATURDAY.—Before Mr J. E. Oldfield (in the chair), Mr J. H. Roberts, M.P., 'and other magistrates. The Black Lion, Llanfair. A temporary transfer was granted of the licence of the Black Lion, Llanfair- talhaiarn, from Arthur Culliford Jones to Frederick Chambers, of Wavertree Road, Edge Hill, Liverpool, retired brewer. Mr E. A. Crabbe appeared for the incoming tenant, and Mr J. D. Jones (Messrs Cham- berlain and Johnson, Llandudno) for the owners, Messrs Ind, Coope, and Co. Tho Market Vaults, Aborgele. Mr Crabbe made formal application on behalf of the tenant, Henry Brookes, for the renewal of the licence of the Market Vaults, Abergele, an ante-1869 beerhouse, also licensed for the sale of wines. The police objected to the renewal of the licence on the ground that it was not required. Mr Crabbe urged that there was no evidence upon which the licence could reasonably be extinguished. Inspector Bagshaw, in the course of de- tails concerning the house, said that the average of the population of Abergele to each house was 231 persons. There had been no conviction against the Market Vaults, and no complaint had been made. The present licensee had occupied the house since 1904, and there had been three tenants in the past twelve years. Replying to Mr Crabbe, the inspector stated that the late Miss Owen was at the Market Vaults for nine years in succes- sion, and she was succeeded by a relative who left because she had bought another house. Mr Crabbe If this licence were taken away, would there be one glass of beer less sold in Abergele ? Inspector Bagshaw I do not say that. Mr Crabbe There has been no change of tenant because the house would not pay. I can show you that the profit of the tenant is £ 3 a week. Inspector Bagshaw There are a num- ber of other beerhouses in Abergele- better houses in every respect. Mr Crabbe stated that the owner of the site in fee simple was the Countess of Dundonald, and that Mr Hughes of lun- me] held under a long lease. The Chairman stated that the Bench had decided to report to Quarter Sessions that this licence, in their opinion, should not be renewed, for the reason stated in the notice of objection. The Red Lion. Mr Crabbe, acting again for all parties, applied for the renewal of the licence of the Red Lion, Abergele, another ante-1869 beerhouse. Inspector Bagshaw said the ground of the objection was that the house was not needed. The licensee closed the place voluntarily soon after 10-30 each night. There had been no conviction since 1898. In thirteen years there had been eight new tenants. There were three other houses with excellent accommodation within 140 yards, and no inconvenience would be caused if the licence was done away with. Replying to Mr Crabbe witness said there was better accommodation at the Gwyndy. He was positive there were stables there. Do you swear that ?—Yes, I was there recently. It's news to me that there arc stables at the Gwyndy.—There are. As a man of the world, do you think that the doing away with this licence will cause the amount of drink consumed in Abergele to be reduced by a glass ? Wit- ness said he could not say. Police-constable Pendlebury, examined by Supt. Jones (Denbigh), said the Red Lion was closed for a time before the pre- sent tenant entered it. Cross-examined.—He could not say for how long, or the year it was. Mr Crabbe submitted there was no evi- dence upon which the licence could be refused. Both the houses objected to were workingmen's houses. The house had been conducted in an exemplary manner. After a discussion in private the Chair- man announced that the bench decided to report the house to quarter sessions. The licences were provisionally renew- ed. Snares for Hares. A young man named Owen Jones, living at Mount Pleasant, Abergele, and describ- ed as a labourer, was summoned for tres- passing on the Pentremawr Farm in pur- suit of hares, on February 20th. Mr E A Crabbe appeared to prosecute. Thomas Plumridge stated that he saw three men, one of whom was defendant, going on the Rhuddlan Marsh on the date in question. He followed and watched them. The defendant went along a hedge, and ap- peared to be setting snares for hares. As he returned witness spoke to him and then went along the hedge and found four snares set there. A fine of 10s and costs was imposed, including 10s 6d as advocate's fee. Thomas Williams, labourer, Mount Pleasant, Abergele, was charged with a similar offence on the same date. Plum- ridge stated that this man was another of the three he saw on the Pentremawr land. Williams sat on a gate while Owen Jones set the snares, and when he saw the wit- ness he raised his hand. Williams was lined 10s and costs, including advocate's fee.
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St Asaph Police Court. MONDAY -Before Colonel Howard, C.B. (chairman), Drs Easterby and Davies, and Mesrs Peter Roberts and R C Enyon. The Smithfield. Robert Roberts, Plough Hotel, was granted authority to sell intoxicants at the Smithfield on the 8th and 29th inst, from 11 a.m. till 5 p.m. each day. Bad Language James Docherty, labourer, Jones Square, was summoned by P S Connah for using obscene language in Chester Street on Feb 17. Defendant admitted the offence, and was fined 5s and 8s costs. Phillip O'Neil again. Ann Jones, the landlady of 1 Chester Terrace, The Roe, obtained an ejectment warrant against the tenant, Philip O'Neil.
OUR LITTLE DINNERS. A SHILLING DINNER. 1. Stewed Ox Liver, Cabbage, Potatoes. 2. Blanc Mange and Strawberry Jam. Recipes. 1. Place a piece of ox liver, about one and a half pouods.in a stew pan, with a couple of sliced fried onions, a carrot, turnip and potatoes. Moisten with a cupful of water or stock, season well and simmer slowly for two or three hours. Eat with a well boiled and chopped cabbage. Cost Sd. 2 Make a blanc mange with two table- spoonsful of cornflour and a pint of milk. Add a few drops of vanilla, lemon or other flavouring. Turn out of the mould, or basin, when quite cold, and serve with strawberry or other jam round it. Cost 4d. It is easy to make even a plain dinner dainty but there arc a few more difficult things in the world than to cure constipation, that most danger- ous outcome of indigestion. If the bowels are out of order, the whole body becomes weakened, and eventually diseased. Constipation should be checked at once neglect means that the trouble will become chronic, perhaps incurable. Doan's Dinner Pills cure even the most obstinate cases of of constipation taken at the beginning, they pre- vent disaster if disaster has come they remedy it. Of all chemists, stores, or post free, direct from Foster-McClellan Co., 8 Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. la ld per box. Six boxes six I shillings. Sample free for a Id stamp. Remem- ber Doan's Dinner Pills,
Llanasa. Ploughing Match. The annual ploughing match of the Llanasa and District Association was held at Tyu-y- Morfa, on Saturday, The prize winners were as follows :-Class 1 1 J Morris, Savn 2 E Morris, Dyserth 3 J Evans, Llanasa 4 D Hughes, Rhuddlan 5 J 0 Jones, Llanasa 6 0 Jones, Brynglas. Class 2 1 H Bramwell Manchester 2 R Parry, Tyn-y-Caeau 3 A Denson, Trecastell 4 Evan Jones, Llanasa 5 G Jones, Waen, Holywell. Class o 1 J Owen, Picton 2 D Jones, Tyn-y-Morfa 3 W G Davies, St Asaph 4 W Amos, Tre Abbot Fawr 5 Tudor Davies, Cwm 6 E Williams, Llanasa. Best team of horses 1 D Roberts, Tre Abbot Fawr 2, M Williams, Llanasa 3 T Whiteford, Llawndy 4 R Parry Llanasa. Turnout competition 1 A Denson, Dyserth; 2 T Whitford, Llawndy; 3 W Williams, Llanasa 4 E Morris, Dyserth. Best mare in foal 1 w Roberts, Tre Abbott Fawr. Best in-and-out; 1 J Owen, Picton; 2 George Jones, Holywell 3 J Morris, Tre- logan. A football competition also took place, Gwespyr United being the winners. Sir Pyers Mostyn sent a donation of £ 10 to the funds of the Society.
Abergele. A Seat for the Town Clerk. For the vacancy in the representation of Abergele upon the Denbighshire County Coun- cil, caused by the death of Mr Owen Jones, chemist, it is proposed to nominate Mr E A Crabbe, the Town Clerk. Mr Crabbe is a Conservative in politics, but it has been agreed by the official Liberal and Conservative organi- sations that he shall be, so far as they are con- cerned, returned without opposition, as an in- dependent candidate in a political sense. An Attack Repulsed. In the Goleuad it was stated that not one of the staff of the CoUfl^y School at Abergele ia able to give lessons. The Head- master replied that four of the teachers are Welsh, and that Welsh classes ure held under a successful Welsh instructor, and that during the past two years 70 scholars have been taught the vernacular. The editof 8 reply Waa "inter- mediate school had been mentioned instead of that of the Council." But as it happens, there is no Council School at Abergele The "Abergele Accident." One of the sensation^ of 1868 Was the great rail- way accident which took place near this town. To those of the local rislog. generation who wish to become familiar with it^ncidentg the penny pam- phlet sale at the isitor" Office, will be found supply ng all the acts. Benefit Cor ert. In aid of a tery deserving person a concert will be given at the Town Hall on Thursday next, at which various amateurs will take part, including an instrumental quartette trom Rhyl. ^ir perbins will give the lead as president. Gone. On Wednesday Mr perkins disDosed of the per- sonal effects of the late Mr John Kerfoot, at Gren- ville Terrace. The articles inclU(je(j a number of antique pieces of furmture which had been in the family for many years. o ne was a rare grand- father's clock purport to have been made by Bartley, Pwllheli." ,r^e "umber of old clocks are to be found, here ana there, With the namws 0f -=.- Welsh "makers" on their dials. They were really "sellers only in most cases. Urban District Council Election. There is likely to be a keen contest in both wards for the seats about to fall vacant on the Urban Dis- trict Council. In the Abergele ward the retiring members are Messrs Thos Evans and Isaac Roberts, both of whom will, we understand, seek re-election. Messrs W H Jones, plumber, and W P Morris, insurance agent, are also likely to seek election. The prospects in the Pensarn Ward are not quite so certain. Mr H E Prichard, one of the retiring members, is willing to give up his seat to Dr Wolstenholme, but should a coatest be forced he will again take his chance. Mr John Edwards the other retiring member is ready to render his con- stituents another three years' service. It is not at all improbable, however, that Mr Edwards, grocer, Pensarn, will make a bid for a seat.
Ste Asaph. Eisteddfod. The Congregationalists held an Eisteddfod on St. David's Day in the Wesleyan Chapel, Mr Richard Jones, Stanley Park, Rhyl, presided over the afternoon meeting, and the Rev J Lewis, Rhuddlan, took the chair in the evening. Both gentlemen delivered short and appropriate ad- dresses to large and appreciative audiences. Huwco Penmaen conducted both meetings. The adjudica- tors were—Music, Mr Cadwaladr Roberts, Ffes- tiniog recitation, Mr G Edwards, Rhuddlan; poetry, Huwco Penmaen. The following were among the winners Recitation,'Y Dedwydd Du," Mr Thos J Hughes, Dyserth challenge duett for children under 16, Annie and Edward Mitford, St. Asaph children's choir competition, four com- peted, and the prize was awarded to the Bethle- hem Choir, St. Asaph, conducted by Mr E Lloyd Simon; pryddest,"Cledd-yfyr Arglwydd a Gideon," Daniel Cledwen. Denbigh challenge solo for chil- dren under 14, the prize was awarded to Master U Simon. There were keen competitions in the even- ing for the challenge solos and recitation for adults. The men's challenge solo competition was won by Mr Tom Williams, Rathin, and in the ladies'cod- test the prize was divided between Miss Gwlauys Thomas, Dyserth, and Miss E H Evans, C.M. Chapel House, Denbigh, while Mr Harold Thomas, Dyserth,won the adult recitation contest. Poetical addresses were delivered by Gwilym Meredydd, Daniel Cledwen, Rev W M Jones, St. Asaph, and the conductor.
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LOVE'S LESSON. It was eve. and all nature seemeji seeking it rest, While the sunbeams were sinking far down in the West Then a warble, all semblant of deepest debate, Arose as 1 leant at the old cottage gate 'Twas our loved Robin Redbreast, elate in his pride, Carolled thus to his loved one who sat by hips side "Dearest wife, see our ne&t in yon old hollow tree— A secret, 'tis true, but for you and for me— List, list, Ohow ehirpful those voices arise, From the humblest of earth to the uttermost skies— How the mightiest guardeth the least of his own— To fill the void spaces when others art- gone. Ye?., high on the branch where the mistletoe grows, Deftly moulded in ivy and moss-eovered boughs, See the home where affection and fondness repose In love-links safe guarded from spoilers and ioes But beware lest the falcon, abroad in his flight, Should a whisper overhear from our words of delight. Or the schoolboy, emerging from learnings retreat Should ruin the whole as a boasfcworthv feat: Be we wary and watchful th-ii, ills gather not Around the jipprcach to this life-treasured spot, That if God should decree other lauds beyond this v may joyfully meet in that region of bliss; And thus from the limits of life's precious span,^ Point the landmarks of love as a lesson to man. —Yangt'ard.
f-'These shoes, diwlor," s;»i<1 the cobbler, inter a brief examination, "1'1 t. mending. of course," i)>«' doctor, away, "I don't want anything done to tluju. "But I charge vou half-a-crowu just ti.e "What for?" "Well, sir, 1,11 tin- shillings the' other day for telling nie there wasn't anything the matter with me. Tess: "Goodnoss. Miss Roxsie looks vl Jess: "Yes, there's a certain puppy with a great pedigree that she wanted her father t<, iniy for her, but he wouldn't, do it. ess "What was it?—a Froach cotmVor a Gefiaaa baron t" I 'UnIYa,tl £ erbtcc0f c I | ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. FREE SEATS. Collection at each Service* Morning at 11. Evening at 6-30. Preacher Next Sunday REV GEORGE SEARLE. Evening Service WEDNESDAY. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WELLINGTON ROAD RHYL. Preacher Next Sunday REV. W. LEWYS DAVIES, Praetatyn. Sunday Morning at 11 Evening at 6-30. Collection after each Service. 614 1. CHRIST CHURCH ENCLISH CONCRECATIONAL, WATER STREET reacher for Next Sunday- REV J. PANDY WILLIAMS. Services—1 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. L GOLD/ MEDAL. T*|SJ8BL DUBBIN W Waterproofs, toftens, and pre- serves the life of BOOTS and lH WH HARNESS. Allows polish. JS H Pleasant aroma. 22 Exhibition am mMB highest awards. Tins, 2d., 6d., 1 *0 l Ij- & 2/6 of Bootmakers, lactory, East Mwich. S.E. r.-8! TEAnmLAWN enjoy*hie there is IL Ar the r /).1, :¡Cow1l\bia\ 9F _Grapho. Æ -=..o. c. I r river in'th*1 'rj^°r,hOT1*lc delight ant* entertain on tlie B n|"°^n air pastinies are e-nlivenn!1. Sound-Mapifying I Columbia GraphopLcae ■ I;"t 7(u::1 records, hut reproduce? tt7:d;; -,Y ^Vrue for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLET sra." I CSUMKiA PMN06RAPH CO.. 1 I Creator;, of ttie Talking Machine ■ I-arccs! Talking Machine MaMftc-urcr. ■