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-r-I High Explosive in n'¡-Court.

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-r- I High Explosive in  n'¡- Court. $ I GIRL S ALLEGED IEFTS FROM MUNITION FACTORY. I At the West London Police Court a young woman was charged with stealing from a munition factory two caps, a fuse, two pellets, and a primer. Dot.-Sergt. Garner produced the articles and explained that the pellets consisted of a very high explosive. Mr. De Grey: Good gracious Be care- ful how you handle them. I don't want to be blown sky high yet (laughter). Sergt. Garner said that they would only explode on violent concussion. Mr. Morley, who appeared for the girl, picked up the pellets, and the "Magistrate asked him to be careful. Mr. Morley, who is an officer in the Army Ordnance Corps, said that he took a professional interest in the things. The Magistrate: I suppose if they did explode we should be blown to bits ? Mr. Morley: I expect so. The Ma gistrate said that it was an ex- traordinary thing that a girl should be I going about with such articles. He hoped that the police would search her house carefully in case there were other ex- j plosiws there. Sergt. Garner assured the magistrate that they wouKI do so. The Magistrate, after hearing the evi- decided to grant a remand, but refused bail.

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