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P?T-.? ?? ?• ?? f ??. f*   I ,pn, n r 7 I A >tE\.uO\\ CLij.i.iiNG ENPiXuT.   I Three lad*. ,7ni. Davies, 13, Cambrian Mix et. Hart.h! Pees, 2, Penyware ro4., and Dd. Leslie Hughes, 14, Stanley I street, wore summoned at the Juvenile I' '<I.- L l .0-1. Court on Thursday, for stealing a ladder value £ 3, on September 17th. Mr. D. T. Griffiths appeared for the Corporation. Special Constable D. Henshaw said that Davies when charged, replied: "I met two boys at the Railway Station. I asked them to come with me to cloan windows. I have everything for the work. We three went to Dillwyn street. I lifted one of the boys up to take the ladder down. The ladder was marked 'Llanelly Fire Brigade.' We carried the ladder to Old Castle road where I had the loan of a saw from a Mr. Roberts. We three then cut the ladder into two, after which we went to clean a window, and the woman of the house gave us JM. We then i,, c) n, -? av,- ,is took the ladder to the back of Brynmor road where we left it." Mr. J. H. -dr- veyor, raid the ladder, which belonged to the Corporation, was Supt. Jones reported three previous convictions against Davies. The Bench fin- 1 Davies 30s.. and dis- missed the other two defendants with a caution, the Presiding Magistrate cx- plaining th->t the Bench believed the lat- ter did not know the ladder belonged, to the Council.

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