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CHAPTER V.

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Llandudno Police Court.

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Llandudno Police Court. A TWICE HEARD CASE. On Monday, before Dr. Dalton and a full Bench of magistrates, a charge of permit- ting drunkenness against Walter Beaumont, the licensee of the King's Head, Llandudno, was reheard. The case had been heard at a previous court, when the Bench was equally divided. Mr. Marks appeared for the police, and Mr. Chamberlain for the defence. At the outset Mr. Chamberlain, observ- ing that several of the magistrates who had previously heard the case were on the Bench, asked if they were going to sit. The Magistrates' Clerk (Mr. Jas. Porter) advised that these gentlemen were at liberty to sit, and an intimation was given that none of them intended to retire, and the case proceeded. Mr. Marks stated the case for the prosecu- tion. Fresh evidence was given by fames instanley, who said he saw the man Cur- wen before he was alleged to have been served at the King's Head. Curwen was under the influence of drink, but was not so bad. He might have been served with more drink if he wanted it. Mr. Chamberlain addressed the Bench, contending that even on the evidence of the prosecution the case ought to be dismissed with costs. The Bench unanimously decided to dis- miss the case, but refused Mr. Chamber- lain's application for costs. Mr. Marks then withdrew a second charge against Beaumont of serving a drunken person.

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