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THE VAGRANT AND UNEMPLOYABLE.

LOCAL AND GENERAL NOTES.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NOTES. At the conclusion of the hearing of the THE POLICE Barry Dock Unionist AND THE BARRY DOCK Working Men's Club CLUB CASE. case on Tuesday last, the presiding magistrate (Mr T. R. Thompson), complimented the police upon the excellent manner in which they had prepared the case for the prosecution. Such remarks of commend- ation were never more fully warranted, and we are sure even those who are wont to criticise the police cannot but admire the manner in which the case had been worked up. This compli- ment is specially applicable to Sergeant R. H. Thomas (203), who, for a period of nearly three months after the raid, with the aid of P.C. South, made a careful scrutiny of the huge pile of books and documents which were seized on the day of the raid. One can plainly see that the work behind the scenes was by no means small, and the preciseness and intelli- gence displayed by Sergeant Thomas in the witness box is worthy of approval and congratulation.

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