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A GOOD-NATURED MAGISTRATE.

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REVISION COURT AT PONTYPOOL.

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LIFE AND DEATH OF A TRAMP.

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JUVENILE APPLE-STEALERS HEAVILY…

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JUVENILE APPLE-STEALERS HEAVILY FINED. The magistrates present at the Caerleon police court on Thursday were Messrs. C. Nicholson, F. J. Mitchell, and Major Man#elL— Four lads, named William Thurston, William Donovan,, Joseph Watts, and Frank Bowen, all of Newport,, were summoned for stealing ■ growing apples,, valued at Is., from the orchard of Mr. Walter Goss, Lodge Fahn, ChristetaureK. — Inspector Williams saw the lads on SUNDAY, the 30th ulty, shortly after 6 o'clock in THE morning, and jc»»n tioned them against apple-stealing. The lads stated that they were going to gather mush- rooms. About two HOWS later the officer iaw the lads in Mr. Gee'S 6RCH2LIDI B^'6N -PER6EIV&^ the officer they took'to,their heels wid threwthfc apples away. Vdisgraceful conduct," said Mr. Nicholson," and appealed to Mr. Goss M to whether ne had loi,t" apples.—Mr. Goss said that his only object IN,prosecuting the la& waN to put a stop to the apple-stealing; he had lost NEARLY A *aek of hi& best apples unoe the C&SH mcmseg were TAKEIR OAT-^THE Bench said t!» 4 cases were very serious, and the magistrates were inclined to send the lads to prison without the option of a fine but on accomrt of their youth they would be fined 20s. each, or 14 days', im- prisonment.—The parents otf the lads, who appeared, said the boys must-, go to prison, as they were not able- to pay the fines.—James Bowen. another lad, was fined 10S..for picking up, under a tree in the orehard of Mr. William Evans, a quantity of pears, valued at 2d., although Mr. Evans did not press.tne charge.—In another case of apple-stealing by a boy, where the farmer has since forgiven the lad, the Benchdfeclined to allow the case to be withdrawn, and adjouraed<it) for the appearance of the parties. ¡

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