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ISwansea Burglary: d615 in…

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I Swansea Burglary: d615 in Gold Gone. t I A few nights a.go No. 70, Pentre Fstyll, I Pent re, Swansea, the private residence of Mr. Honry Thomas Weaver, v/as entered and a sain of L15 stolen from tlie bedroom. Seen by a "Daily Pest" importer on Saturday morning, Mrs. Weaver had not recovered from the shock of the dis- covery. She says the money, fifteen pounds I in gold. was kept in a canvas bag in a small money box in a drawer in an upstairs room, and was intended for the purchase of a tomb- stone over the grave of their only boy, who died recently. On Wednesday night Mis. Weaver lift home with the baby, to vist her mother, in Landore, whilst her husband went to chapel. She left the doors securely fastened, but she thinks that tha thief or thieves must have been in the house at the time she left. When she returned about nine f/clock. two back doors were open, and she called in the neighbours. All the rooms were found to have been axmclked. Her first thought was of the money, which she soon discovered to be missing. The back door of her house opens into Eaton-road, and entrance must have been a comparatively easy matter. Mrs. Weaver states that several houses in the same row have been visited and articles stolen of more or less value, and the neighbours are up in arms. The police were acquainted of the theft early. As yet there is not the slightest clue

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