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Details of pub: Railway Inn, BorthOther names: Railway TavernAddress/Location: OS Grid Ref:
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Alleged Assault. William David Aster, Borth, a youth, charged John Hughes, innkeeper, Railway Tavern, Borth, with an assault. Defendant did not appear and a warrant was issued for his apprehension.
The Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard, 11th August 1876
Drunkenness.-John Hughes, Railway Inn, Borth, was fined 10s. for drunkenness.
AO 14 March 1885
TRE'RDDOL. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND.— Before H. C. Fryer, W. Jones, Rrynowen, and J. M. Davies, Esqrs. Licencing.The licences of twelve houses in the district were renewed. Mr H. Hughes applied for a transfer of the Railway Tavern, Borth, from Mrs Catherine Hughes to Edward John Jones, the mortgagee in possession.—The application was adjourned to the last Thursday in September…
The Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard (Visitors' supplement), 10th September 1886