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.PLANNED AFTER CHAPEL.

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.PLANNED AFTER CHAPEL. BAD BOYS AT AMMANFORD. At Ammanford on Monday three young boys were charged with breaking into the Ammanford G. W.R. goods shed, and steal- V chocolates to the value of 16s. 6d. Mr. T. R. Ludford appeared to prosecute. The offence was committed on a Sunday afternoon, and the statement of one of the boys showed that two of them arranged the affair after chapel in the morning, and sub- sequently the spoils were shared with other boys in the singing school in the evening. P.S. Britten said a window had been punctured 10 feet from the ground, and the fastener pressed back, allowing the lower part of the window to be raised up. One of the boys was said to have been previously in trouble, and a fine of 30s. 6d. was imposed, while the other two, who up to now had been well behaved, were fined 25s. each.

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