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BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES -1)-

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BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES -1)- Monday, before Mr. W. Y. Nevill. ALLEGED THEFT I Joseph Williams, William Street, was I' charged with larceny. P.S. Britton said that in consequence of in- fonnation received he apprehended the de- fendant at the back of James Street. He took him to the Police Station, and there charged him on suspicion with stealing a quantity of lead. Witness cautioned him, and he replied, ) It is all through the drink. It iB from a yard in Murray Street I took.it. I will come 1 and show you the place if you like." The defendant took witness to the Murray Street Mews on Sunday, and pointed to a spot in the yard where he picked it up. Witness re- ceived the lead from George James, general dealer, James Street. On the application of Inspector Jones, the I defendant was remanded until Wednesday. I P.S. Britton observed that he had made a I diligent search, hut had failed to trace the .1 owner of the lead. I After further evidenc ehad been given, Mr. I Trubshaw said they proposed to deal leniently with the defendant, and bound him over for a period of twelve months on probation. He I expressed the hope that the defendant would give up drinking, which would enable him to I ha.ve more pleasure for himself. DRUNKS, II Patrick Sullivan pleaded guilty 4o drunken- ness in Thomas Street. A previous conviction was reported against him in October last, and a fine of 10s. was imposed. Thomas Rees also pleaded guilty to drunkenness in Ann Street on Saturday <

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