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Anglesey Quarter Sessions

Carnarvonshire Quarter Sessions


Carnarvonshire Quarter Sessions The above sessions are being held tA-LqY (Thursday), before Mr J. E. Greaves (Lord- Lieutena:nt),Mr J. Bryn Roberts, M.P., and other justices. VISITING COMMITTEE. The following weTe re-elected on the Prison V-isiting Committee — Lord Lieutenant (Mr J. E. Greaves), Col. Lloyd Evans (High Sheriff), Messrs Allanson Pic- ton and D. P. Wiilliams. THE PRINCE OF ALES. The Chairman read a, resolutron which he proposed should ho forwarded to His Royad tughnefis the Prtnce of ales con- gratulating him upon the resumption of the historic title, and exprcssing a hop that the Principality would nave an oppO" tunity of demonstrating 't.s H R.H rhe resoluti-on was adopted. A WATCH CASE. Thomas Evans, Llanberis, was clurrged with stealing a wateh, the Property ot Mien Williams, a wrvant in employ at Bryri Lu teddfod, Carnarvon, on the oth October, 1901.—Prisoner pleaded ''not S'^y-' 7~, u J 9 Roberts prosecuted on behalf oi tne police, and Mr J. B. Allarson defended.- Evidence for the prosecution wa»s given by Ellen Williams (the informant), Elizabeth Thomas, Hugh Williams, G. T. Awards, and P.C. 45 (David Jones). -Mr Allaarson called the prisoner to give evidence. The prisoner said that he was a quarryman at the Dinorwic Quarry. He met Ellen Wil- liams and went for a»walk with her. She told witness that her name wa.s Kate Evans, and that she lived at Bangor with her father, who kept a shop. She took out her watch and the glass broke. Witness pro- mised to have it repaired, and she gave it him. Shortly afterwards witness re- ceived a letter from the informant asking for the watch, and he gave it to her I when he saw her in the town. He, how- ever, met her in the town again, and he asked her if the watch had been repaired, and she replied in the negative, and said that it wqs not of much value and gave it to him, saying that lie could keep it. He afterwards sold the watch. He (lid not want the- watch at all. He told the informant's brother that he had sold it, but he oould.get it back, or be would pay for Ifc. VERDICT. The iury returned ai verdict, of guilty. [Proceeding]. <


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