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— SUNDAY TRADING. FIFTEEN YEARS' RECORD ESTAB- LISHED AT AMMANFORD. For many years, a trio of refresh- ment house keepers at Ajnmanford have, with religious regularity, paid fines at the local court for keeping their premises open on Sundays. One of ili-em has done so for over 15 years, and has thus contributed hundreds of pounds to the county exchequer. But consequent upon recent developments, whereby it has been established through a test case at the High Court that a customer is also liable to! similar penalty as aider and abettor, it is now almost certain there will be no further queues of Sunday traders and abettors at the police court. When the usual cases against Ugenio Cresci, Joseph Cresci, and John Carrara were called out on Mon- day, Deputy Chief Constable Evans stat.ed that Ugenio Cresci had told him that morning that he intended closing his premises on Sundays in future. In that case, he would ask for the case to be adjourned for a month. Cresci repeated his promise to the Bench. The Deputy Chief Constable said Carrara had already closed his shop, and, promising as he did that he would not open it again on the Sab- bath, he would ask that the charge against him be withdrawn. The Bench agreed to the course sug- gested, and the Deputy Chief Con- stable observed to Cresci: "If you close up, you will hear no more about it. ———— ————

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