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A HOLIDAY IN LWckPOOLI

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A HOLIDAY IN LWckPOOL AN EX-POLICEMAN IN TROUBLE. On Saturday, Thomas Roberts, who was at one time a member of the Carnarvonshire police force, and stationed at Cwmyglo, was charged at the Dale-street Police iCourt, on Saturday, before the deputy stipendiary, with obtaining 30s. worth of food by false pretences. It was stated by an Oldhall-street landlady that prisoner went to her house with a woman, and on the statement that she was his wife and that he was a policeman from Wales, and that they were in Liverpool for a holiday, she gave them board and lodging for two or three days. Prisoner asked that his C(4)e should be tried in Welsh (laughter). The application was re- fused when. it was stated' that up to this the man had spoken English well enough. The court was informed that Roberts had been dismissed from the Carnarvon police, and had left a wife and five children in the town. He had admitted to the police that he had left another place without .paying his bill. Prisoner was ultimately remanded -until Tuesday, to see if he oould raise two guineas from his friends to pay the landlady. On Tuesday, however, the court was informed that prisoner had not procured the money, though the woman had paid1 J31 for her share of the responsibility. Prisoner asked the iBench to allow him to go, and once he out he would pay the money. Mr Kinghorn: You must either pay the money now or take the consequence. It is a xery bad case, and you must go to prison for a month. -ø_ .V'

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