Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

11 articles on this Page

Advertising

EARLY MAN IN WALES. !

THE! DEATH OF GLASLYN.

. "BOOKING SHORT."

News
Cite
Share

"BOOKING SHORT." At Colwyn Bay on Saturday John Hol- lfiday, described as a draper's traveller and living at Hoole, Chester, was charged with travelling on the London and North-Wes- tern Railway between Abergele and Old Colwyn without having previously paid the fare and! with intent to avoid payment on Dec-ember 31st. Mr Eddy, of Euston, appeared for the prosecution. The defen- dant entered the 9 5 a.m. train at Rhyl, having booked to Abergele. Examiner Swann nipiped his ticket, and noticed at Abergele that Holliday did not get out. -He alighted at Llandudno Junction, and to the collector he gave a tourist ticket from Chester to Conway, which bore a nip showing that it, had been previously used as far as Old Colwyn. Thus the de- fendant did not pay for the portion of the journey between Abergele and Old Col- wyn. The de-fendanet- said it was entirely a slip on his part.—The Chairman (Mr T. G. Osborn) said the justices thought the offence a serious one in its influence on others. The fined the defendant 10s. and costs.

. LLANRWST PIG MARKET.

. HOLYHEAD AND THE! MAILS.

. TREFRIIW CHALYBEATE WELLS.

[No title]

PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY.

[No title]

Advertising