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A PENARTH LADY ROBBED OF HER PURSE. oul'I At Cardiff Police-court on Friday last-before Dr J. H. Paine and Major Sloper-a young man of respectable appearance, named William Steward, was charged with stealing a purse con- taining B2 in gold and some small change, also a silk stamp case, from the person of Matilda Cook, on May 28.âThe prosecutrix resides at Penarth, and she stated that at 3.15 on the day named she was standing near the 'bus office whilst some children, by whom she was accompanied, were being placed in an omnibus. She suddenly missed her purse, and on account of prisoner's movements she accused him of the theft, and had him arrested. She felt someone put his hand into her pocket from behind, and on looking round accused was there. On the way to the police-station accused asked if there was C2 or £5 in the purse, adding, I'll square it off." He also said that he was respectably connected, and that he would not suffer a charge of that character to be made against him for any sum of money. At the police- station L9 10s in gold and 3s in silver were found on accused, but not a threepenny piece and some coppers which were in her purse.âGeorge Booth, 'bus inspector, spoke to receiving a complaint from the prosecutrix, and watching accused until he was given into custody. -Po C. 104 corroborated the statement of prosecutrix in respect to the remark about squaring the matter. -In answer to Mr J. H. Jones, who defended, witness said that on searching prisoner he failed to find the purse, threepenny piece, or silk stamp case. -The magis- trates, without calling on Mr Jones for the defence, dismissed the case.

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