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Flintshire Assizes. — r-, Housebreaking at Caerwys: Young I Man Bound Over. "STICK TO HONEST WOKK." Judge's Advice to a Prisoner. Tlia Summer Assizes for the county of Flint were held at Mold on Thursday last, before Mr. Justice A. T. Lawrence. His Lordship, in his address to the Grand Jury, said he was glad to congratulate them upon the eminently peaceful and orderly condition of the county. There were only two prisoners for trial, and these cases were of a very simple character. HOUSEBREAKING AT CAERWYS. I John Thomas Williams, 26, labourer, was charged with breaking and entering a dwel- linghouse at Caerwys on the 4th inst. and stealing therefrom £ 2 2s. He pleaded guil- ty- Mr. Owen Roberts was for the prosecu- tion. P.S. Kingsbury stated that he had known the prisoner for the last ten years, and had always found him to be a sober man, of good character. Mr D. E. Hughes, a magistrate, 6aid that during the ten years he had known the pri- soner he had never known anything wrong against him. I Prisoner appealed to the Judge not to be hard with him. His Lordship remarked that it was a sad thing to see a young man like the prisoner forfeiting the good character which he had had up to that time. He Had been guilty of reckless and wicked conduct, and he hoped that in future he would try and maintain the good character which he had hitherto borne. He would be bound over to be of good behaviour and to come up for judg- ment if called upon. STOLEN OVERCOAT. Jame6 Richards, 34, described as a sea- man, was charged with breaking and enter- ing offices in the goods yard of the London and North-Western Railway Co., at Rhyl and stealing a gentleman's overcoat valued at £1 4s. 6d. He pleaded not guilty. Mr. Trevor Lloyd, for the prosecution, stated that the prisoner had been employed for a few days previously at the goods yard. On the morning of the 5th inst., it was dis- covered that a window in the office had been broken, and that a coat had been taken away. Prisoner was arrested at Bag- illt on the same day. When before the magistrates lie denied breaking into the office, and said that he bought the coat from a man he did not know for 5s. 6d. The Jury, after a brief deliberation, found the prisoner guilty. The Judge, in sentencing the jirisoner to four months' imprisonment, with hard lab- our, advised him to stick to some good hon- est work in the future, and not to go about picking and stealing.

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