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THEFT FROM A CADOXTON BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPER. At the Penarth Police Court, on Monday (before Mr. Pyke Thompson and Major Thornley) Thomas Johnstone, fireman, was charged with stealing a. pair of dung&ries, the property of James WelJo, boarding-house keeper, Vere-street, Cadoxton.— Dock-constable James Maylaid said that on the 2;)th December he saw the prisoner near the Sea- men's Institute, Barry Dock, at 9.30 a.m. He had something under his coat. Witness asked him what it was, and prisoner replied nothing. On searching him he found a pair of dungary trousers under his coat, which prisoner said his boarding- house master had given to him. Afterwards he said he had bought it on the ship, North Anglia.- Annie Webb, wife of James Webb, Vere-street, said the prisoner bad lodged with them, and she recollected his leaving the house on the evening of Saturday week. She did not miss anything until a constable came to her house. She then made a search, and foand two pairs of dungary trousers were gone, and she identified the p:tir "produced as one of the missing puirs.—Inspector R.ees said that on the morning of the 27th ult. prisoner was brought to the Barry Dock Police-station. He told prisoner he was charged with stealing a pair of dungary trousers from a boarding-house in Cadoxton some time between Friday and Sunday morning last, the property of James Webb.—Prisoner denied the theft, and said he gave a fur cap and 8d. for them on Friday evening at the Barry Dock Hotel.—The Chairman remarked that there had been a large number of petty thefts committed in the district, and they would have to be checked.—The prisoner was sent to hard labour for seven days.

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