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I LLANDUDNO. I I To the Ediort of the North Wales Chronicle. I Sir,—I noticed in the account of the Llandudno Com- missioners Meeting, which appeared in your last issue, a case against Mr. Richard Roberts, car proprietor, of overcharging a visitor, which I say was a most unjust charge against him. Who in Llandudno can say that 4s. is an overcharge for driving a load to the Railway Station and thence to Bodscatlen and back Its is all nonsense for the P. Sergeant to speak of 3s. Let any one try the cabmen on the busiest time of the day—would they do it for 3s —not likely. Before the Police was called into the board room, the Commissioners could not see anything wrong in the charge, but when he came and delivered such an eloquent speech, it had the same effect on several of the Commis- sioners as a gust of wind on a weathercock. Did not the Commissioners know the Bye Laws ? or has the P. S. issued some new regulations out ? What authority had he to receive 3s. from the lady ? I say-no more than he had to fix the price. I also call Mr. Madren's conduct quite unmanly—say- ing that as far as he could see that Mr. Roberts had done something similar with another party ? Could he prove the case ? Why did he not bring the charge against him before. Mr. Madren ought, before saying such things, to see that he does the same on safe grounds. A LOVER OF JUSTICE. [The writer of the above letter in justice," ought to have p iended his name, publicly, when he attacks the conduct of a brother Commissioner. If Mr. Madren were wrong, or if the," P. S." overstepped the bounds of his duty, the Board-room was the very right place to put matters in their true light and not the pages of a public journal. The writer was present when the in vestigation took place-why not have spoken out then ED. N. VV. C ]

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