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ROBBING HIS BEST FRIEND.

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ROBBING HIS BEST FRIEND. At Bury, Francis Kay was charged with stealing iE35 in gold, the money of James Brierley. Evidence wa3 given that Kay was nursed by the prosecutor's wile when a child. In consequence of hi- conduct his father had practically turned him out, and the prosecutor took him in, giving him food and lodging while he was out of work from September last. Prisoner became aware of the fact that the prosecutor kept his savings in a drawer, the key of which was in another drawer, and found an opportunity to steal the money. Kay, who comes of a very respectable family, said he had spent the money in drink.âThe magistrates said there was not a single redeeming feature in the case. They sentenced the prisoner to four months' hard labour.

DRAWING LOTS '10 BE EATEN.

ATTEMPTED DOUBLE MURDER.

A LONG INDICTMENT.

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The World,of Pastime. .

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LIBERALISM AT CAERPHILLY.

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DAMAGES AGAINST AN M.P.

ALLEGED BANK FRAUD.

THE VOLUNTEERS' MEDAL.