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FRODSHAM.

ACTON.

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FLINT. I

RITA BON.

M ALP AS.

NESTON. I

CtflLDEii THORNTON-

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CONNAH S QUAY & SHOTTON. j

ALLEGED BURGLARY AT BARROW

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ALLEGED BURGLARY AT BARROW -v THE RECTORY ENTERED. At Eddisbury Sessions on Monday, before Col. Lmool,es, in the chair, and other magistrates, Stephen Smith, alias James Grey, described as a clork of no fixed abode, a smart looking man, was charged in custody with burglariously entering Barrow Rectory between 12 (midnight) cn Nov. 23rd and 6 a.m. on tNov. 24th, and stealing two Silver candlesticks, one plated egg steamer, one plated biseu.t box, value £ 5 53., the property of the Rev. H. A. Arnold, rector of Barrow. The Rev. H. A. Arnold sa.d that at 6.30 a.m. on Nov. 24th, he was given information by his servant, who usually got up about six o'clock. He examined the dining-room window and found that it had been forced open. He massed the art-oios named in the charge, and they were all safe the previous evening. He informed the police. On Dec. 21st, P.C. Roberts shewed him the egg steamer and biscuit box (produced), and that morning he had shewn him two silver candle sticks. He identified them all as his property. Joseph Morris, 264, Great Howard-street, Liverpool, broker, said on Dec. 19th prisoner offered him the candlesticks (produced). Witness bought them for 7s. 6d. The following Monday afternoon he handed prisoner over to Detective- Sergeant Keily. Detective Sergeant Kelly, Liverpool, said he called on the la-it witness on December 21st. Morris was in the act of handing prisoner some silver. In reply to witness, Morr.s said1 the silver belonged to prisoner, who stated that he was a traveller for Lough and Co. Birmingham. Wit- ness then took prisoner to Dale-street, and told him that the candlesticks were the proceeds of a robbery in Cheahre.andthat there was other pro- perty missing. Pnscner said You will find the romainder of the property in a hay stack close to Stamford Bridge. He eventually handed prisoner over to the Chester City Police. r- P.C. Roberts, Barrow, said he visited Barrow Rectory at 7.10 a.m. on Nov. 24th. He found that the dining-ro-cm window had been broken open. On Dec. 21st, in consequence of further information, ho searched a hay-stack at Holme Bank, Tarvin, where he found the egg steamer and biscuit box. That morning (Dec. 28th) he re:e ved the two silver candlesticks from the Chester police, and Mr. Arnold had identified them. He received prisoner in oustedv and ",htOn he charged him with the burglary ho replied Quite correct." Prisoner, who reserved his defence, was com- mitted to the Chester Assizes for trial.

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