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Licensee drunk on a trainSource:
Cardiff Times 03/09/1904 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
CARMARTHEN. Objectionable Railway Passenger. At Carmarthen County Sessions on Saturday Thomas Thomas, Ffostrasol Inn, near Llandyssul, was summoned for having been intoxicated in a G.W.R. carriage on the 14th ult., and also for having obstructed an official in the execution of his duty at Llanpumpsaint Station. The evidence showed that defendant, who did not put in an appearance, had disgracefully behaved himself, and he was fined £1 and costs for each offence, a total of £2 19s, or in default a month's hard labour in each case, the sentences to run concurrently. Notes:Linked to Ffostrasol Inn , Ffostrasol