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A Llanelly Coachman in Trouble.


A Llanelly Coachman in Trouble. At the Llanelly Police Court on Wednesday a young man named Palmer, a coachman in the employ of Mr W. J. Buckley, of Penyfai, was charged with the theft of a bridle, two horse cloths, and two rollers, value £6, the property of his employer. Mr Martin 11. liichards prosecuted, and stated that prisoner went away on Saturday without giving notice. He took with him all his belongings and the articles mentioned, and booked to Paddington Station. The theft being discovered, a warrant was issued, and Palmer was arrested in Swansea on Tuesday. P.S. Harries, to whom prisoner was handed by the Swansea Police said that when told of the charge the prisoner asked, Did Mr Buckley do that. 1" On being cautioned he proceeded, Well there is "nothing to be done." The officer found in his pocket-book a cloakroojii ticket for a tin-box, hamper, and portmanteau. The ticket was presented to the manager of the cloakroom, and the articles mentioned were received, after which Palmer was locked up. Daniel Phillips, a groom at Penyfai, identified the articles, and the prisoner was remanded until Wednesday next.


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