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NEWPORT POLICE-COURT. MONDAY.âBafore the MAYOR, Yr. WANS- BROUGH, and Mr. STBVENB. DISORDERLY CHARACTERS.âPatriot Mabeney waa charged with being drunk and incapable oa Cardiff road, on Sunday. Fined 5,i.-Eliza Roberts, a young woman, was found drunk and incapable in High street on Sunday night, and fined 58.-Daniel Evans was charfed with being drunk and breaking a pane of glaas in the British Workman. He had paid for the glass, and vras fined 5B.- Mary Ann Daniella waa charged with being disorderly lD, CornuJerc,1 utreeti early on Sunday morning. Fined 10s 6d, or It dayi.- Margaret Duon, with a baby in arm! was cht-g )d with disorderly esrwecit in Groas street on day. Bound over to keep the peace. jL DESTITUTE WOMAN,âKliyabeth Shugaroo was obarged with being at the baok of cevern terrace for an unlawful purpose The polities an foNt d her crou ched down at tha ) ack of on of tha hcuet s ou Saturday. She said she had no home to go to. ft jorg t,-me be8Q ja a duati- tUte eccdi'ion, and will not remain in the work- ncuee. io be taken to the workhoaae. lEE BEGGINO NUISANCE.âThomaa Kennelr, alutty lookiniz man, was obarged with baling. had been frequently cautioned not to beg. Discharged. SHOP RORRERY.- James Prifchar 3 was ohaTged with ettaling a pair of shoes from the 64op of Henry Wheeler Gosling on Saturday night. In. formation of the theft was given, aT)" Police. coiiftable Davies apprehonded, the pri-omr ia a public houte, and found the missing ptir of ghoos under his coat. Prisoner riade contradictory statements when charged with itealm^ the shoes. He elected to ba tried now, id pleaded guilty. He said when he Kot arinfe he lid not know what he was doing. Fourteen days' hard labour. ROBBERY FROM THE PERSON.âEllen Cum. minps, a young girl, was charged with stealing a shilling f-- the Peraou of Henry Manchip. Froeecutor did tot apPar, and the prisoner was disebwgsd- WEI)NESDP-Y,-Beforo Mr. CORDES, M.P., and R â¢NIC,^ Mr. WANSBROUGH. J HE â¢L'XSORDEKLT HOUSES IN CANAL PARADS. Harriet Hagger^ an elderly woman, the owner ot several house? in Canal parade, waa summoned for keeping a diaoiderly house. Mr. C. B. Lyns, Pu y town-clerk, aopeared for the prosecution, Cliftoa for the defence. ^ae" addretsing the bench, said he had to make an 11. ntual application, that the proseoutioa be with- otawn. The prisorer was charged with keeping a disorderly house in Canal parade, one of the Iowa-it parts of the town. About Chriatma3 warrants were taken out, and Mary Ann Williams waa sent for trial at the quarter sessions, and aentenoed to 12 months' hard labour. Since Mary A an Williams had been convicted OiUlal pa-rada had mealed i3 ways. The prisoner Haggerty owned setin house a, and it was proposed to proaacute her for keeping two of them. Now tho whole were aiut up, ard the place was qniut. Under theae oircavu- etaEceehe ankod the bpuch allow him to with- rrrtw the prosecution, Mr. Cliftoa sail if tha tuinch ttiorght the ctgg be witoirawa, TI9 would pive a most unqu»J,fiad a83ur«Qoa to tha lrecfh th>»t h'» client vrould wS^tain frou a :v Ict ⢠hat would oi^'urb the i) iM:-i i< sieked by the .Ink if ehe p.x.âs prepared to --(joT,) iVese pr-.sotjtr s«,i' ic, ",c1:i vho lio:io'a itli'otc: cUiAj go io bj '.vilh-lrawa,