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CHEPSTOW. Aolent.-fffr Clark PUBLICAN CHARGED.—At Ohepstow on Tuesday, Charles Tanner, Innkeeper, Magor, pleaded not guilty to working a horse in au unfit state. -P. U. Pritchard deposed to being at Roggiet Market and to seeing defendant driving a brown mare attached to a spring cart. The off fore leg was raised, and the animal was trying to take rest. Witness drew his attention to the fact that it was lame, and defendaut replied, Yes, I know it is when I get back |home I won't work it again. I didn't notice it until the boy brought it out of the stable." On the 12th June witness saw the defendant again. He said he had the shoe taken off, when the horse was found to be suffering from a festered corn.—Defendant, sworn, stated that when coming along the Undy Road he noticed the horse was lame.—Arthur Davies, blacksmith, said the animal was lame in the near foot. Upon examination he found a piece of brick pressing against the corn. The animal was shod a week previous, and was not lame when Mr- Tanner drove past his door.—The Chairman said a horse falling lame on the road was an accident which might happen to anyone. The case was dismissed.

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