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ALLEGED ROBBERIES AT LLANDUDNO" RAILWAY STATION. For some time past goods of various kinds have been continually missed from the goods department of the Llandudno railway station. and on Saturday some persons were arrested. Messrs. Nixon and Co., general dealers, Liver- pool, had consigned a quantiay of beef in six pound tins to Mr. R. II. Brown, grocer, Llan- dudno, and on Saturday a case obtaining twelve tins was reported missing. From inquiries made by Sergeant Owen, Detective Smart was 1 deputed to investigate the matter. He found two men named George Hughes, labourer, end Ellis Atherton at the goods warehouse, and eventually arrested Hughes and took him to the police station. Subsequently Detective Smart and Sergeant Owen went to the cottage at Maesddu Crossing, and saw John Atherton, who at first denied all knowledge of the missing beef, but afterwards admitted that he had brought one case from the station and buried it in a field. Atherton was then arrested. On Sunday the two officers searched in the garden of the cottage, and the case of beef, four tins of which had disappeared, and one of the tins was found empty, buried in the garden. On Monday George Hughes and John Atherton were brought before Dr. Bold Williams charged with the theft. The facts were stated, and Mr. Smart applied for a remand until Monday. Mr. B/sdland, Rhyl, appeared for the prisoners and applied for bail. Hughes was admitted to bail in £ 10 and one surety of £ 10, Atherton in £ 20 and surety in £10.

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