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LLANFAIRFECHAN. A WOMAN IN A HANDCART. At the Bangor Police Court on Wednesday, Mary Ellen Jones, of the Old Post Office, Aber, was charged by P.C. Williams with being drunk and disorderly on the evening of Guy Fawkes day on the Castle Bridge, Llanfairfechan. The officer gave evidence of finding her drunk, and when he spoke to her she commenced to kick and bite. He had great diffi- culty in restraining her, and had to hold her to the ground. With the assistance of six local men, the defendant was taken to the police station on a handcart. She was very disorderly on the way, and the whole of the village was up." The defendant pleaded guilty, and it was proved that this was her sixth appearance before the magis- trates. A fine of 5s. and costs was imposed. PROPERTY EXCIIANGE.-Acting on behalf of Mr John Williams, Flint (trustee), Mr R. Arthur Jones, of the Estate Office, Conway, has success- fully negotiated the sale by private treaty of the handsome freehold block of business premises occupying Castle Bridge corner, Llanfairfechan, at the junction of the station and Chester and Holy- head roads. The site is recognised as one of the best in the town. The purchasers are Messrs Dunphy & Son, the well-known grocers, who have shops at Llandudno, Conway, Deganwy, &c., the purchase price being £ 1,500. Messrs Carter, Vincent & Co., of Bangor, were solicitors for the vendors. Some important structural alterations will forwith be made, which will further enhance the appearance of the building. AMUSING ANSWERS.—At the Bangor Police Court on Tuesday, Mr. Ellis, of Llanfairfechan, appeared on behalf of Mr. Massey, of Rock Ferry, in support of a charge of game trespass preferred against Humphrey Roberts and John Roberts, junior, of Llanfairfechan. Mr. M. Nee, Carnarvon, defended. During his cross-examination by Mr. Nee, Evan Jones, Mr. Massey's gamekeeper, gave some amusing answers. He admitted that Mr. Massey only owned a part of Llanfairfechan, not the whole of it. Later, he admitted that foxes were sometimes got on the land in question. And didn't one of the defendants in your com- pany shoot a fox there one day ?" said Mr. Nee.— "Yes." "And didn't he share the reward with you —"No"; "I shared the reward with him." (Laughter.)—Mr. Nee then addressed the Bench on behalf of the defendants, and proposed afterwards j to put them in the box. The Chairman however, ruled that as Mr. Nee had addressed the Bench, he could not now put his clients in the box. After some discussion the Bench decided that the charge was clearly proved, and fined each of the defend- ants 5s. and costs. SOCIAL EVENING.-What is termed "The Rector's Social Evening turned out to be a great success in the Public Hall on Thursday evening. A very large number attended,and a most enjoyable evening was spent.


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