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iTHEFT OF WHISKY.i

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THEFT OF WHISKY. i DEFENDANTS PUT ON PROBATION. j I At the Police Court on Wednesday, Frank Williams and William James Richards, Caro- line Street, were charged with stealing a bottle of whisky from the Albion Inn, Marine Street. P.C. Thomas said that, when arrested, one of the defendants said. "I do not remember anything. I was too drunk. I did not re- j member that I had done it until I was tuld about it." Inspector Nicholas, who arrested Richards, said that when charged he stated that he did not. remember what had happened. Phoebe Rees, Albion Inn, stated that on May 11th. the defendants were served with a pint of beer each. In consequence of the defendants' refusal tr. pay her for the beer I she refused to supply them with any more. She then left the bar, leaving the servant there. On account of a communication sent, ¡' to her by the servant she went to the bar, and found that a bottle of whiskey was mis- sing from the shelf. Blodwen Richards corroborated the evidence of the previous witness. Both defendants pleaded guilty, and the Bench ordered the defendants to be put on probation for a period of twehe. months, and to pay 10s. each towards the costs.

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