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PICKED UP TROUSERS. I At Swansea Police Court on Saturday John Costello, a labourer, of no fixed abode, was charged with stealing a pair of trousers ynIne Is. llld" the property of David E. Thomas. Thomas Hugh Jones, boot dealer, Swansea-road, Pontardulais, said that defendant came into his shop begging. When he went out, witness watched him and saw him pick up the trousers, and roll it up and walk away. Witness caught him and informed the police. Harold Hull, assistant at David Ed- gar Thomas'# drapery shop, said that when the last witness brought the de- fendant back the last witness handed him the trousers, and said, That man stole these trousers." Sergt. Watkins, Pontardulais, said that in consequence of a ooruplaint, he made inquiries and arrested the defen- dant at the Cambrian Lodging-house on another charge. He was the worse for drink, so that witness did not charge him that night. Having received fur- ther information, witness next morning (charged the defendant with stealing the pair of trousers. He said, don't remember anything about it at all. 1 don't know what is the matter with me. It must be a erase," Defendant, who pleaded guilty, said that he had been drinking all day.— Sent down for three months, A further charge of stealing and re- ceiving a clock value os.. the property of Henry Seingry, was withdrawu.

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