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H.M.S. CLIO OVERDUE.

BRISTOL'S BOY BURGLAR.

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BRISTOL'S BOY BURGLAR. In the artisan district of Bedminster, one of the most densely populated localities in Bristol, there have been a large number of burglaries recently The police have been specially active, and as a result, on Tuesday HaroM Ar'hur Wrley, a^ed le), a well-dressed youth, whose parents live in the neighbourhood, was arrested on two charges of burglary. He was remanded by the magistrate tfter foi-inal evidence had been given. The police said that Willey, though so young, was an expert burglar. The allegations against him v of )r«;-g ary on September 7 at the shop of Mr. Albert Lovell, in Herbert- si i-cot, and scaling 14s., a purse, tobacco pouch, and revolver; and also burglary on September 15 at ihe shop of Mr. Arthur Henry Heath, West-street, and stealing £ H0 in gold, a silver watcli, and fii'v packets of chocolate. The premis.s in both cases were entered late at night, the families being in residence and the intruder got clear away.

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