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WHO STOLE THE PIGEONS ? j

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WHO STOLE THE PIGEONS ? j RhysGardiner was charged on Tuesday at the Al>er- j dare Police-court with stealing tr>e lame pigeon", the projx;rty ot Richard Bevan, Mountain Ash, the 9th January. David Morgan, 132, <(>umrv-road. ( Penrhiwceil»er, said that about 10.10 p.m. u11 the night in question he was returning from Mountain Ash. lie saw defendant going from the road into! Mr. Bevan's garden. He went into the coachhouse through the window. He came out again, and u" d the garden waJl on to the road. He -aw two girl following the prisoner up tiie road. Ntwt morning; witness went to prisoners house, and at nine o'clock j he saw the prisoner and his w ife feathering pigeons. ] Prisoner 1 am surprised that you can stand up there j and tell all those lies.âSarah Aim Owen, (Quarry- »jad, Penrhiwceiijei, said that about 11 p.m. oil the same night she was standing near Chun k .street. She saw defendant come over the wall from the garden of the Lee Hotel. She followed defendant and -.aw two pigeons hanging out of his ptK.ket.Mr. Bevan deposed that It* kept some pigeouK in the loft over thft coachhou-e. He had missed tne pigeons fr.m the coachhouse, and he valued them at 6d. P.C. Martin said that at 12 p.m. on the arretted pri oner at his house. He tbwe found -on:e feather. -Defendant, in answer to the charge, raid. I know nothing al»ont the pigeons.Deftndani tlirll olll with summarily. He pleaded "not guiltv," and wv. fined £ 2 or a month.