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ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

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John Jones gave evidence to the effect that defendant was brought into the house by the constable. Witness had not missed anything. The defendant was callerfand ex- plained that he was a railway fire- man, the son of Mrs Henry and uio late Rov. Joseph Henry, 2 Mael- gwyn Terrace. On the evening in question he went out to the back and heard the strains of music. He also heard the murmur of voices and crossed the wall to see who was playing the instruments. He had a passion for music, and he had had no music at his house since his father died, and consequently he ¡ was very down-hearted. With re- gard to bare feet, he had had his I father's slippers on, but they had slipped off. I The Stipendiary said the defend- ant's movements were very suspic- ious and very mysterious, but the Bench felt some doubt as to whether he was in the garden for any unlaw- ful purpose. It was difficult to be- lieve that this Paul Pry went to his neighbour's premises and risk an attack of influenza merely to peep through and listen to the tinkling of a piano. The defendant acted very foolishly, and he had no business to be tilery, and he must pay the oests-14s.