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Alleged Theft. j LLWYNHENDY MAN SENT TO PRISON. At the Police Court on Monday, William J. Harries, labourer, Llwynhendy, was charged with stealing a quantity of lead, the property of Thomas Arnold. P.C. Thomas Davies, Llwynhendy, stated that in consequence of a complaint made on the 15th instant, he accompanied Tlios Arnold to Seren Cottages, Cwmfelin, and was pointed out n room Iren.) which a quantity of lead had been siolc.n. Arnold showed him four rolls of lead with a piece cut off the end of each. He asked Mrs Dymock, in the presence of the defendant, if she knew who had been cutting the lead, and she replied that she did ¡ not know, adding that "William John Harries was in the house "when she was out. Harries stayed at the house in the day, but slept at his parents' house. The piece of lead pro- dueed appeared to have been cut off the rolls at CVnifelin. He cautioned and charged the prisoner, who said, "I will give Billy Jones a d—— good hiding after this, for carrying tales" Harries added: I have nothing more to say. If Keenan says I sold it. it is a lie." On the application of the police. Harries was remanded until Wednesday. -The case was resumed on Wednesday. P.C. Thomas Davies said that at 10 o'clock that mbrning he went to the cell in the Police Station, where the defendant was in custody. He said, I am going to speak the truth. I cut the lead with a hammer and chisel some' day last week, and I sold it to Keenan. Give me a chance to-day, and I will j never steal any more." W. Keenan, Upper Water Street, said that the defendant called at his stores, and said j he had some rags, bones, and old iron for sale. Witness purchased them, and in the evening when the hag was emptied he found the' lead rolled up amongst the contents. Defendant pleaded guilty, and Supt. Rogers reported previous convictions. I' Air. Wilkine: You have a bad record, and have been to prison before. You will have to go to gaol for two months, and we hope this will be the means, of putting you right.

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