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TREASURY NOTES BAIL REFUSED AT NEATH. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST I YOUNG MEN. 1 At Neath on Monday, Percy Clay and James Clay, two young men of Villiers-road, Skewen, were charged with uttering iorged Treasury notes. Head Constable Higgins intimated that he intended to ask for a reniand until next Monday. P.S. J. Davies said that on Saturday last he arrested the two- men in Windsor-read. He took them to the Town Hall Police Sta- tion, where they were detained on Sunday. Witness charged them with Uttering forged notes. and they made certain statements. Accused were then remanded until next Monday. ( Mr. A. J. Jeffreys, who appeared for the defence, asked for bail. He pointed out that the accused had borne hitherto irre- proachable characters, and that they were the sons of highly respectable parents, who had resided in the district for many years, i The Head Constable strongly objected to the application. "This is," he observed, ■ Far toe serious a case for the granting of bail. The Chairmail1 (Mr. W. B. Trick) said that if the accused were allowed out on bail, there was the possibility of the ends of justice being defeated.. The charges appeared to be serious. Bail was refused, but Mr. Jeffreys was given facilities for conferring with the ac- cused.

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