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I Barnum & Bailey's at Newport.

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I The Gleaner.

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I Railway Time Table for July.

I SEVERN AND WYE RAILWAY.

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CAERLEON. I POLICE COURT, THURSDAY. I Before F. J. MITCHEL, Esq., D. W. JENKINS, Esq., and H. ADDAMS- WILLIAMS, Esq. A LUNATIC'S ESTATE.—Mr. J. H. Griffiths, repre- senting the Newport Union, renewed his application for an order to attach the assets ptllary Evans, a lunatic. The amount due for maintenance to date was S12 lis. 5d.—The order was granted. UNLICENSED Doos.-George Crockett and his daughter, Catherine Crockett, were each summoned for keeping unlicensed dogg.-P.S. Lewis gave evidence.—Miss Crockett was fined 7s. 6d., and the male defendants 5s. A DANGEROUS ANIMAL.—Mrs, Rebecca Ablart was iummoned for keeping a dangerous dog.—Henry Brewer and his eight-year-old daughter gave evidence to ths effect that the animal twice bit the girl, and the wounds had to he cauterised.—The defendant was ordered to keep the dog under proper control and pay the expenses. MAINTENANCE.—Wilihm Jones, cattle drover, was ordered to pay Is. weekly towards the support of his son William at Little Mill Reformatory School. WITHOUT LIGHTs.-George Jones pleaded guilty to driving a wagg n aud two horses at Croesyceilog without lights, and was fined 5. -Richard Davios, a lad, admitted a similar offence, at Caerleon, and was ordered to pay the expenses, 4s. Rd. FIGHTING CASF,Iforris Fielding and William Waters were summoned for assaulting Arthur Jenkins, a carpenter, at Croomyceilog. -Waters pteaded guilty.—Fielding denied the assault, and said that all he did was to separate the two men, fighting.—Waiters was fined El and Fielding 15s., including costs, the alternative being 14 days' imprisonment. STEALING A Box OF CIGARS.—A man, named Alfred Richaris, who travels for Mr. Thomas, aerated water manufacturer. Newport, was charged with stealing a box of cigar? from the Newbridge z, r, Hotel, Tredunnock, on the 1 fifth .Tnne, of the value of 15 ,—Defendant said it was a joke.—The Bench decided to impose a fine of L3, or in default a month's imprisonment, they taking into con- sideration that this was the first time the man had Jbeen before the Court.

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