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ADERDA RE. TUESDAY. (Before the STIPENDIARY, Mr. R. H. Ruys. and Mr. II. P. DATIKS ) THE CHARGE AGAINST A CABMAN. — Henry Laimchherry, a cabdriver, again answered the charge of embezzlement- preferred by his late employer, Mr. Thomas Davies, cab proprietor. Th« case wm gone into last week, when it was shown that defendant had charged excessive fares, and had not accounted for all the moneys received. Mr. Kenshole, who then appeared for the defendant, argued that xs the defendant had given his employer the proper fares, though he re- tained the excess amount imposed, he had not been guilty of embezzlement. The Stipendiary dismissed the case, and charges subsequently pre- ferred against defendant and another cabby named George Baynham for charging excessive fares were adjourned for a week.

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