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I CAERLEON.

I NEWPORT,

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I NEWPORT, I POLICE COURT, WEDNESDAY. AN INCORRIGIBLE.—Ann Dunn appeared for the 26th time before the Newport magistratea.-P.O. Hamer found the woman helplessly drunk in Commercial-road. She was refused liquor in two public-houses in consequence of her incapable condition. Prisoner, who is the wife of a fisherman, expressed her regret, and while not disputing the officer's evidence thought he might have told more of the truth." Her record was handed to the Bench, who repeated the last punishment-a month's confinement at Usk Gaol. It was stated that the woman was only liberated from prison on Monday. DAMAGING LORD TREDEGAR'S PROPERTY.—Three girls were charged with wilfully damaging fire grates in a vnirl house in Ileiloti--qi.i-.ire. -The Magistrates' Clerk said that the property belonged to Lord Tredegar, and he didn't wish to press the charge.—Inspector Brooks remarked that the practice was to break up the woodwork and sell it for firewood.-P.C. Harper stated that his lordship didn't wish the cases to be brought forward, especially if the parties concerned were children.-The Magistrates' Clerk remarked that it was very kind, but he didn't know whether the Bench were not obliged to hear the case.—The Bench severely cautioned the defendants, and discharged them.

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