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ABERYSTWYTH.

LLANILAR.

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LLANILAR. LARCENY.—At a special sessions held at this place on Friday, the 18th, before G. W. Parry and James Loxdale, Esqs,, a disreputable-looking tramp, named David An- derson, was brought up in custody, charged with stealing wearing apparel from the farm of Penlan Lledrod, on the 11th of March instant.—Joseph Thomas said he was a servant in the employ of John Lloyd, Penllan Lledrod. On the 11th of March he lost a pair of trousers and a waistcoat, which he had placed on his bed in the bedroom on the previous day. When he had occasion to go for his clothes, on the 11th of March, he found they had been taken away, and he immediately gave information to the police officer. The prisoner came to Penlan on Wednes- day, the day preceding the one on which he had missed his clothes, and worked there until about mid-day on Friday, the llth. The prisoner slept in the same bed- room as he did on the night of the 10th inst. Witness went first out of the room in the morning. He did not know why the prisoner had left on Friday.—P. C. Wil- liam Evans said he went to the Aberayron Workhouse, and there saw the prisoner, having the trousers and waist- coat produced on his person. The prisoner in reply to him (the officer) admitted the charge of stealing them.- The Bench, inasmuch as the prisoner had pleaded guilty, committed him to Cardigan Gaol for one month.

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