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Charge of paying wages in a public house

Source: Cambrian News 11/04/1884       Date: 1884
Copyright:       Type: Newspaper
Description: Petty Sessions report

Charge of Payment of Wages in a Public-House. Mr Supt. Lloyd charged T. G. Cowell, clog manufacturer, Carnarvon, with having paid wages in a public-house. John Weaver, clogger, Ty'nwern, said he received his wages on the 16th February at the Halfway Inn, Tre'rddol, from Richard Walker, Mr Cowell's foreman. He was paid more than once in the public-house. and the payment was in contravention of the 46 and 47 Vic., c. 31. P.C. Jones said he attended an inquest at Tre'rddol on the body of a clogger in the employ of Mr Cowell. Walker was then examined, and in answer to a question from the foreman of the jury replied that he sometimes paid the men in a public-house. This case was dismissed on payment of costs but the agent. Richard Walker, who was separately charged, was fined £1 and ordered to pay cost.
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Halfway Inn , Tre'r Ddôl