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NEWPORT. MONDAY. (Before Mr. WANSBROUGH and Mr. MOSES.) Overcrowding LODGING-HOUSES. — William Thompson was prosecuted under the borough by-laws for keeping a common lodging-house at No. 63, Canal-parade, the same not having been registered. The town-clerk (Mr. A. A. Newman) prosecuted. The house, which is a small one, was visited by the inspector of nuisances on the 5th of October, when it was found there were seventeen adults and two children sleeping there. Dr. Davies, the medical officer of health, said the place was unfit to be used as a lodging-house. Thompson, who had been previously convicted, was now fined jEl. and the Bench, with a view of closing the place, also imposed a continuing penalty of 10s. per day, to commence at the expiration of a week, if the house was afterwards used for a similar purpose.— James Sullivan, 29, Club-row, was charged with a similar offence. Here there were twelve persons, and the medical officer said he could only havb certified for seven. The house was really not fit to be registered. Fined £1 and a continuing penalty of 10s.—Bartholomew Hurloy was sum- moned for allowing more lodgers to congregate in his house than ho was allowed by his certificate to take. Defendant pays about 5s. 6d. a week rent and realises about £ 1 6s. by the house in return. He had been previously convicted, and was now tined £ 2. THURSDAY. (Before Dr. WOOLLETT and Mr. A. J. S'rEVENS,) A VIOLENT POLICKMAN.—William Price, a con- stable employed at the Alexandra Dock, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in the Carpenter's Arms Inn, and also with assaulting Police-Constables Payne and Porter. Defendant pleaded guilty, and said this was his first offence. He was fined 40s., or a month.

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