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RAGLAN. I Agent-Mr. W. Parker, Photographer. I THEFT BY A Gipsy.-At Monmouth Police Court on Friday, before Colonel Bradney and the Rev L. A. Rees. James Smith, a gipsy, camping out on Treworgan Common, near Raglan, was charged in custody with stealing an oak post, value Is, the property of Mr James Matthews, ironmonger, ,Raglan.-P.C. Daititon stated that be hid himself near a field where wood had been missed, and saw defendant drive up, and take the post which was leaning against the gate, he evidently having .-placed it there with the object of removing it. He admitted taking it when formally charged, but said he undersood Mr Matthews had given him permission to take wood. Being a first offence, "defendant was bound over to come up for judgment sif called upon.

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