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BRECON POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

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BRECON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS, TowN HALL, MONDAY, before J. DAVIES (Mayor), and JOSEPH JOSEPH, ESQRS. BEERHOUSE CASES.—John Owens, landlord of the Bull Inn, Wheat Street, was summoned at the instance of P. C. Williams, for having kept his house open on Sunday, the 19th May, during prohibited hours Defendant admitted the charge, and he was fined Is. and the cost s.- Tlto i)ias Davies, of the Ship Tat ern, High Street, was also summoned for having comini ted a s milar offence on the same day. P. C. Williams said he went into the defendant's house at a few minutes past three o'clock on Su-iday afternoon, the 19th of May, when he saw in the house about a dozen people, a' d there were two quarts upon the table, both containing some beer. Defendant's wife ap- peared to answer the summons, and she denied the offence, contending that the beer bad been drawn before three o'clock. The Bench allowed her a week to bring forward the persons who were in the house at the time, to disprove the charge.- Willidm Hewitt, of the Fox and Hounds, Watton, also summoned for a similar infringement of his license, which was admit- ted, was fined Is. and the costs.

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