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could not re-open the case. Lumley Thomas, Cefn Cynhafal Fawr, Pennal, was summoned by the Surveyor to the Urban Council for having neglected to prune his hedges on the side of the road between Aberdovey and Penual. The evidence of Mr Edmunds, the surveyor, went to show that the defendant bad been asked on more than one occa- sion to prune his hedges. Before taking out a summons a few days' warning was given the defen- dant but even then he had not complied with the surveyor's request. A summons was then taken out.-Defeudant said he was asked to prune the hedges too early in the year. Everything had been oarried out and as a matter of fact he had com- menced the work before the summons was served. —The Surveyor said the work had since been attended to and carried out to his satisfaction.— The Chairman advised the defendant to be more careful in the future. He was bound to prune his hedges in accordance with the instructions of the Council. The case would be dismissed with the payment of the costs.—David Jones, Cadvan Arms, Towyn, appeared before the magistrates to obtain their sanction to a proposed alteration at his public house. The police having stated that the altera- tion would not add to the facilities for drinking but simply make the place more convenient, the Bench granted the application.—Store licences were granted to the Braichgoch Quarries and to Mr John Corbett.