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DIAMOND FOR BEER. I CHARGE AGAINST BRYNMAWR I LICENSEE DISMISSED. At Brynmawr Police Court, on Monday, William Martin, licensee of the Mount Pleasant Inn, Brynmawr, was summoned for taking in a pledge for beer. Sergt. Smith said inquiries were being made for a diamond that had been stolen. He went into the Mount Pleasant Inn and asked for Martin. His wife said he was out. Later he t.aw defendant. He told him* lie was looking for a diamond that had been stolen, and that he understood he had one. He told defendant he understood he had taken it from a man who had been there drinking. He produced the diamond and handed it over. He said the man owed him money for drink, and he took the diamond off him and told him he would have it back when lie paid him for the drink. He said also that lie considered he had paid full value for it. The man owed him 10s. 6d. The man had been apprehended on a charge of stealing the dia- mond. He (witness) told Martin that the transaction would very likely get him into trouble. He said, I know that I'm sorry." By Mr. Thomas Hughes (defending) He did not warn defendant when he questioned him. P.C. Baker, Llanhilleth, gave corroborative evidence. Mr. Hughes submitted that no offence in law had been committed. On points of law, the man ought to have been cautioned by the police. The case was dismissed without the defence being called, defendant being warned not to do anything of the kind again.

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