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CHEPSTOW. I PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY. I LICENSINO PROSBCUTIONB. { Stephen Waters, landlord of 'be Queen's Head hn, Chepttow, was summoned for supplying drink to a drunken person.- M i- Lyne, of Newport, prosecuted ou behalf of the police, and Mr Herbert Williams defended. -For the defence it was contended that the case failed because the police 4id not actually see the drink 8upplied.-The Bench considered the case proved, and imposed a fine of I I and costs. Jane Eliza Crisp, licensee of the Anchor Hotel, Tin tern, was summoned for permitting drunken. ness on her premises.—Defendant was cautioned, and ordered to pay a fine of lOa and 16s 6d costs.

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