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THE CHARGE AGAINST A SOL- DIER OF THE WELSH REGT. At the Cardiff Police-court on Tuesday before pr Paine and Mr R. Cory, Charles Bacon, private in the Welsh regiment, wsvs again brought up on remand charged with stealing and cashing a Post Office Urder for 5s, the property of private Jones, of the same regiment, on or about the 19th ult. T+ "L'LK ave already appeared in.these columns, it wi be remembered th^t when prisoner was last oetore the court, the case was adjourned j° evidence being adduced for the oefen Thomas James, Private of the Welsh Kegmient, now said that on the 12th instant he carlf? °lV>n with Bacon, and when opposite the °oi-CtuUe latter asked witness to run across a2r„R K order cashed. He went into the • the clerk refused to pay the °r rt,'n,r fu °nse(3uence of some informality re- !e n-ame appearing on it and on wItness rturnlng- to prisoner, tne latter said u 8 Sume mistake, and he would send !t back and have the matter rectified. The name on the order was "J. Lewis, "-Pyivite Robert Smith deposed to hearing prisoner say, about the 11th or 12th December, that he expected a post- office order froll, home. gergeant-Major Ball, in reply to the bench, said he had instituted inquiries into the transaction at the barracks, and could obtain no further in- formation, tie nad known prisoner 19 years, but would rather not give him a character. In the event of the present case falling through Bacon, at the expiration of his period of service, would receive the customary reward. Prisoner now adhered to his fanner statement that he pur- chased the oiaer troin a man who had since left the regiment. Ihe bench, after consideration, dismissed the cliurge> on tj10 gr0UtK{ tha.t there was no evidence showing how the order had come into his possession. b

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