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Anglesey Quarter Sessions

Carnarvonshire Quarter Sessions


Pwllbell Police Court.


Pwllbell Police Court. On Wednesday, before the Pwllheli Police Court, the Rev J- C. Williams Ellis; M.A., presiding, Henry Hughes Ala road, 27 ye. old but a very old offender, was charged witn being diunk and musing to quit the Mitae Inn. eu the 21st ult. Defendant had gone nway to South Wales, but his mother ap- peared for hmi, and said that she had -(")ft-(-n asked the landlord of the Mitre Inn not to suppiv him with drmk because he was lite a. madman when drunk. P.S. Jones and P.C. Pugh gave evidence.—Fined os. <-<>s-ts 8s 6:1, for drunkenness, and lOs, costs 8s Oct for refusing to quit or 14 days for ffCl offence. —Richard Owen, a young man, m- ing at Penrhydiyniog, was charged with b -itig drunk and using obscene language. P.C. Pugh said that, he was using abomm- able languaire. Fined 5s, costs 8s 6d.-PS. Jones, in bis evidence against Wm. Jones, Mitre place, said that he was drunk and using bad language, and that he was the 'vorsr character hi the town. Fined 5s, costs 8s 6d.—Thomas Parry. Court, Sand street, denied that he was drunk on the 24th ult., hut his witness refused to giv evidence. P.S. Jones said that, the accused was drunk and that he wanted to fight. The man had wife and four children. How they lived tHe officer could not say. The Bench took 3. lenient view of the case and fined Pwry Is, costs Ss 6d.— Owen Jones, St. Tudwal's ter- race, pleaded guilty to being drunk on the •Both nit., but denied the charge of boing rutous. p.c. Putrh gave evidence, and P.S. Jonas aithat lli* a.?cused called after the last witness in the streetr Fined 5s, costs Ps 6ff, When the defends- heard that he was find, he sa, >. ht time this year, and alio the (ioud laaghtt.1

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