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THE POLICE 'ANfiUAL'I

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TO EVADE DEBT.I

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TO EVADE DEBT. SKEWEN FURNACEMAN'S SAD LAPSE. At Neath County Police Court on Friday, William Evans. furnaceman, Pentreffvnon, j Skewen. was charged with stealing copper to the value of £15. the property of the Cape Copper Works Company. P.C. Click said he saw the defendant oom- ing from the direction of the works with a parcel under his arm. He subsequently dis- covered a la.Iger quantity t.f copper in his house. When charged Evans repiied, "I did take jt, aoid it is no use saying anything different. I did not want to get into debt, and I wanted MY CHILDREN TO BE EQUAL TO ANYBODY ELSE." Mr. W. Samuel Withy, manager cf the I smelting department of the Capo Copper j Works, stated defendant had been in the company's employ for twenty years. Evans pieaded guilty tc a further charge of stealing 25 lbs. of coal from the same company. He was sentenced to kur months' im- prisonment for the theft of the copper and one month for that of the coal. DEAI-EP.fi CHARGED WTAlf RECEIVING. John E. Jones, marine store dealer Mtere- etreet, St. Thomas, and Samuel Jones, his son, charged with receiving the copper, know- ing it to have ben E;tolell. were committed for trial.

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SUDDEN DEATH AT CWMBWRLA.I

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LOCAL SIFTINGS.

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EDGAR EVANS'S MOTHER.I

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