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Liceasse Summed —$——

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Liceasse Summed — $ —— I BENCH RLSEHVE THEIR I DECISION. I John GriJiiths, Great W estei'-u Hotel, was summoned at the Police Court on Wednesday for selling intoxicating liquor during illegal hours on September 4th. and Florence Bevan, (>7, High st., was proceeded against for supplying the liquor while four men were prosecuted for consuming it. Mr. D. Jennings appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. T. R. Ludforu de- fended, aii?l Ali- ?. Ri-i?)rds feiide?t, "ii. i?. Buckleys Brewery Ltd. Det.-Sergt. T. Davies said that at 9..50 p.m. he in company with P.C. Tofti Evans visited the Great Western Hotel and saw three men in a room. 011 a table in front of them were two glasses of stout and two of beer. Another man was in the bar with a gLss of beer before him. When spoken to the licensee said jj "There's nothing wrong here. I don't | know who served them." The landlady [ then said to her husband "There, you've done it to-day," and she started crying. Witness told the landlord and landlady that he had seen Mrs. Bevan leaving with an empty tray. Mrs. Bevan was called into the room and when asked if she had served the men, one of them said "Speak the truth." Mrs. Bevan then said "I served them a few minutes ago." When told they would be re- ported, Griffiths said "I hope you will leave everything as it is this time." Mrs Bevan made no reply. Cross-examined Each of the four men was perfectly sober. P.C. Tom Evans gave corroborative evidence. The summons against two of the men was withdrawn, and Mr. Ludford asked leave to amend the plea in the case of two other men from guilty to not guilty, but the Bench refused. After further evidence- the Bench re- served their decision for 14 days.

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