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Fond of Music. Young Man's Strange Behaviour. Joseph Newby Henry, 2 Maldwyn Terrace, Gadlys, 20 years of age, was summoned for being found on enclosed premises for an unlawful purpose. Mr W. Thomas defended. P.C. Banks deposed that. at 6.15 on the 18th ult. he saw defendant in Maldwyn Lane, and watched him. Defendant climbed the wall between No. 2 and No. 3 Maldwyn Terrace, and proceeded to the window of No. 3. The blinds was not drawn and defendant looked in through the window. He then walked back to- wards an outhouse, remained there for a moment, and returned to the window. Witness then opened the garden door and approached defend- ant, who attempted to run away, but witness caught him. In reply to a question as to what his game was, defendant said: HJt is all right, sir. I got into the garden to listen to the music." Defendant had no boots on his feet, and the ground was sodden at the time,. Witness took him into the house where defendant had been peeping, and there was Mr John Jones, the tenant, with two other men, one of them playing a cello. Mr. Jone<s lent the defendant a pair of boots to enable the constable to take him to the police station.

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