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Selling beer without a licenceSource:
Cambrian News 28/09/1877 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
PENRHIWPAL. PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. Before Sir M. O. Lloyd, Captain Jordan, and T. Morris, Esq. The Licensing Laws. -Superintendent R Lloyd charged David Davies, Bryn Bettws Evan, labourer, with selling intoxicating liquor without a licence. P.C. Davies, 17, proved the case, and the defendant was fined £1, and 9s. costs.-The same complainant charged Margaret Evans, Pencastell Penbryn, widow, with a similar offence.-P.C. No. 10 proved the case, and the defendant was fined £1, and costs.Notes:Linked to Betws Ifan (p)/ David Davies beerhouse , Bryn, Betws Ifan (p) (exact location uncertain) Margaret Evans beerhouse , Pencastell, Penbryn (p)