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STILL LIBERAL. I

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ST. THOMAS STALWARTS?

" Y.M." SECRETARY.I

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Resolution from Oxford-street…

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I SWANSEA BUILDERS' COMPLAIfTS.

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PILLAR-BOX RAIDSo

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PILLAR-BOX RAIDSo ELABORATE LONDON PLAN DISCLOSED. At Ma-rlborough-street Police Court, J'obn Livock (So), und-erurnter s clerk, giviiig no -6r-&-s ÃoW' charged with conspiring with others to ob- tain money in certain felonious ways, the main alleged offences arising out of the re- cent thefts of letters and cheque posted by Messrs. Lad broke, commission agents, in a T?a d bi-o k e. co- post pillar-box. close to their premises in Hanover-sq uare. Mr. Mclntyre prosecuted for the Post- master-General and Divisional Detective- inspector Carlin was present for the police authorities. Evidence was given tending: to identify th. accused with the person who changed two jBICO notes, the proceeds of cheque thefts from the pillar-box. William Henry Harrison, who was brought up in custodv of a warder from Wormwood Scrubs Prison, deposed that he was now serving a sentence of eIght-feD months' imprisonment, having been ar- rested in July last. In August last he sent for and made a statement to Chief-inspector Ward, and afterwards to Detect.ive-inspe -tor Carlin. He had known the prisoner Livock for something over two years. About May last Livock suggested fc him a system of thefts from London letter-hoses belonging to the Post Office. Livock said he was in a position to obtain keys cf aliv Post Office letter-box in the United Kini- dom that he had a postman's uniform, and could arrange for a man to dress in it. By the Court Witness had at one time touted for the accused in .m underwriting business. Accused man was committed for trial.

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