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ALLEGED DISHONEST LAD

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ALLEGED DISHONEST LAD THOUGHT TO MIX THE GROCER'S MONEY WITH HIS OWN. Charles Edward Be van, aged 11, 23, Miers. Street, was charged on Thursday, at the Swan- sea Police Court, with attempting to steal money from a drawer of a grocer's shop, at 4o, Miers-street, St. Thomas. James Stone, said that he was a shunter in the employ of the London and North-Western Rail- way, and that he resided at 43, Miers-street, where his father kept a grocer's shop. A little before 9 o'clock on Wednesday night, he was in the kitchen at the back of the shop. He saw defendant enter the shop, going inside the coun- ter to the till. Witness then went and inter- fered. The boy exclaimed I didn't touch any- thing." He had stockings on but no boots. Richard Stone (the prosecutor), said that there ww money in the till between four and five Eventually the boy was bound over to answer 4he charge any time during the next three months

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