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—'■■■ ROMANCE ON THE RAILWAY.…

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— ROMANCE ON THE RAILWAY. SEQUEL TO A CHANCE MEETING WITH A LADY. At the West London Police Court, on Friday, an Italian, named Alexander, was charged, be- fore Mr. Rose, with travelling on the London and North-Western Railway without having inud his fare, and with intent to avoid payment. Prisoner travelled from Liverpool to Willesden, where he was asked for his ticket, but said he had lost it. The booking-clerk at Lime-st.. Liverpool, on Fri- day. said there was only one ticket issued by the train by which the prisoner travelled, and he identified the prisoner as the man who received t-, Detective-Inspector Rogers said that from the in- quiries he had made it appeared that prisoner travelled from Liverpool to Willesden with a young lady who liad run away from her home in the North of Ireland. They crossed over on the same boat, and had each stayed at a different hotel. They met day after day, and it appeared that prisoner had persuaded her tv. abandon her intention of proceeding to Manchester and in- btOJad to go to London, where he said he would take her to a respectable hotel near Euston-rd. It seemed that they must have both travelled with the one ticket. The young lady had a considerable sum of money in her possession, and after some difficulty ho had succeeded in finding her, and &he was now present to give evidence, if he young lady was called, and gave her namp as Annie Donnelly, and her address as Corrigellon, County Leitrim, Ireland. The witness said she left her home on Thursday, the 5th. She had not quarrelled with her parents, but they did not know where she was going. She did not make the prisoner's acquaintance till she saw him in Lime-st. Station. He asked her if she was going to London. She replied No." He, however, persuaded her to go, and went with her to get a ticket at the booking office. She put down two half-sovereigns, but she could not say if she or he picked np the ticket. Anyhow, she had it in her glove all the way to London.—Mr. Rose: Did he spend any money whilst he was with you in Liverpool ? Witness On one occasion he pur- chased a glass of lemonade for me, and on Tues- day afternoon I had tea with him.—Detective- Inspector Rogers said when the prisoner was, searched he had no money uro Prisoner I maintained that he fcurcnased the ticket, but Mr liose wad Of the contrary opinion, and fined the prisoner 40s., in default, 14 days.

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