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PERMITTING DRUNKEN NESS. On Monday, at the Merthyr Police-court, Jaime Wade, landlord of the General Picton Inn, Caedraw, was summoned for permitting drunkenness on his premises on January "19th.—Mr. Beddoa defended.— P.C. Powuey deposed that on the date in question, in company with l'.C. Dove,_ he visited the General Picton. It was about half-past ten in the evening. Two men were there, with sleevers in front of them. They gave fictitious names, and one of them was drinking. They were both drunk. The landlady said they had not been there long, and only one sleever had been given them. The landlord said he had been out at the back and promised to turn them out at once.—Mr. Beddoe f have been very much mis-instructed and wish to withdraw entirely from the case. I wish to give defendant the chance to engage another advocate.—P.C. Dove corroborated.- Defendant said he would go on with the case, and called his wife, Mary Ann Wade, a" a witness for ths defence, who denied that she served either of the men with beer. Only one. was drunk.—The Bench con- sidered the ca-e made out, and inflicting a fine of Ws. and costs, or a month's imprisonment, without the endorsement of the licence.

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