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MUNICIPAL WORK AT PEMBROKE…

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PEMBROKE DOCK WINDOW SMASHING.

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do it. He promised if ha was allowed to pay for the damage it would never occur again. If discharged from the Army he would try and get money to pay for it. He had been asked if he did it to try and get out of the Army, and he said" X 0, I don't want to get out of the Army; I like the Army very much." I hope and trust," the prisoner wrote in conclusion, "You will deal lightly with me, and give me a new start in life. I know I have not been what I ought to have been, but I will try and be better in the future." The Chairman (to the Jury): There is no evidence that this damage is greater than £ 5, and I think, having consulted tke gentlemen and I think, having consulted tke gentlemen with me. 1 cannot even leave it to you. which I perhaps you will be very glad to hear in view of the statement which I have just read. This of the statement which I have just read. This (holding up the written statement) sounds to me like a defence one does not often hear, namely I did break the window, and I am very, very sorry." (To the prisoner) You are discharged. j — I

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MUNICIPAL WORK AT PEMBROKE…