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Fishers Arms publican fined for after hours drinking

Source: Welsh Gazette and West Wales Advertiser 05/12/1907       Date: 1907
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Publican Fined. James Davies Fisher's Arms, Cellan, a licensed victualler, was charged by D.C.C. Williams with unlawfully keeping his house open for the sale of intoxicating liquor at 10.25 p m. on the 11th of October. Defendant pleaded guilty, and said he was very sorry, and would be more careful. He had kept the Fisher's Arms for 21 years, and had nothing against him. Sergt Thomas who laid the information, in reply to the defendant, said he entered the premises at 10.2.5 p.m. A fine of 10s. and costs was imposed, the bench taking into consideration that it was the first time he had been on for 21 years. D.C.C. Williams agreed, and thought the defendant had acted honourably in attending to plead guilty. Daniel Davies, Caeronen, Chapel House, Cellan, who was charged with being found on the premises admitted his guilt. Thomas Griffiths, 8, Peterwell-terrace, who was also charged with being found on the premises did not appear. Sergt. Thomas proved seeing the defendant Griffiths on the premises. A fine of 6d. and costs each was inflicted.
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