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Lloyd Jack open after hoursSource:
Cambrian News 16/03/1877 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
Samuel Howells, Lloyd Jack Arms, Ystrad, stood charged with being guilty of the same offence [selling after hours] on the 4th March. P.C. Hughes admitted that the door was closed, and, therefore, it was contended by the Clerk that the house was not open for sale of liquors, as charged in the summons. Supt. Lloyd contended that the house was open for sale of intoxicating liquors, although the door was closed. The case dropped. John Jenkins and David Jenkins, the defendant in last case, stood charged with being at the Lloyd Jack on Sunday,the 4th March. The first-named said he went to there for a newspaper for Mr. Jenkins, Fro, and not with the intention of getting drink. The second said that he was a relative, and that he went there on a visit. Samuel Howells, the landlord, confirmed these statements. Case dismissed.Notes:Linked to Lloyd Jack Arms Inn , Ystrad Aeron