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JCarmarthen Bankruptcy Court.

Carmarthen Borough Police…


Carmarthen Borough Police Court. THVKSDAV—Before the Mayor (Mr II B White, the Grange) Mr Howell Howells, l'ontcarreg and Mr T E Brigstocke, King-street. ANOTHER REFORMATORY BOY IN TROUBLE. Albert Evans (15) was charged with house- breaking. Mr Joseph Astley, toy merchant, King-street, said that the defendant was in his service. He had cotre to witness from an industrial school; witness I had him from an agent at Llandilo. Defendant slept in the house his wages were £ 5 a year. After attending to the mails on Wednesday morning, witness came in about 7 o'clock. Defen- dant was not to be found. Subsequently witness found that three panes of glass had been taken from a back window. This afforded an entrance to the shop the till had been unlocked, and about 15s was missing. 9s in silver, and a few coppers were i left. The boy, by sqeczing, might make his way through the window when the panes Mere taken out. Three white metal chains —each worth Is— had also been taken from a card, as well at witness's tobacco pouch. Witness or his wife always kept the key of the till. P.C spoke to reeemrg the defendant ib custody at Bridgend. When charged the boy admitted the offence, but said he had taken the money t". get away. because Mr Astley was always calling him bad names." When arrested, defen- dant had Gs 8d on him, as well as a white metal chain with a key attached. He had booked to Hereford, and the cost of his ticket would be 4d. In answer to the charge, as read by the Mayor, deferuHnt admitted stealing lis from the shop, as well as one albeit and a tobacco pouch. When he to the station that morning on an errand, some boy had called him an ugly name. Defendant was remanded to the Quarter Sessions on Monday.

IHall-keeper, Caerfyrddin.

Carmarthen Fishery Board.

Mysterious Affair at Ammanford.

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