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USK. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY. Before R. RICKAEDS, Eiq (in the chair), H. HTJMPH- RBYS, Esq, HAROLD A. WILLIAMS, Esq. and H. A. ADDIS, Esq. A JouBNALisr TIUPPING.— Edward Williams, journalist, Newport, was summoned for riding a bicycle without a liifht, at Gwehelog, at 10.10 p.m, on the 25th May.—Defendant wrote stating that he had been to a service at Gloucester Cathedral, and had been delayed in the Forest of Dean. He obtained a lamp from Mr Savery as soon as he got to Usk.—P.C. Pettitt gave the facts.—Ordered to pay 4 s 6d costs. DRUNK IN CHARGE.—Maurice S. Jones, watch- maker, Usk, pleaded guilty to being drunk while in charge of a pony and trap. at Usk, on the 27th May. P.S. Sheddick stated that defendant was swaying to and fro in the trap, in which were two others.— Arrived at his house witness advised him to get in. Defendant fell on his back in the conveyance and had to be assisted into the house.—Fined 20s. inclusive. No LIGHT.—Cornelius O'Connor, farmer, Llan- wilka, Raglan, admitted driving a horsa and trap without a light, at Gwehelog, at 10.20 p.m, on the 28th May. He told P.C. Pettitt tint he was delayed returning home, and that he had tried to borrow a lamp in Usk, but Ltiled.-Ordered to pay 4s. 6d. costs.

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