THEFTS IN THE CITY.
a 7 '■■,' '.-"' :. A SMART CAk*iXJH_ '<■ BURGLARS' TOOLS AND LERY DISCOVERED. A young man nafnj&t Frank Maher »«. peared before Mr, C. C. Kettle, £ the Police Court fhis morning, chanre? that on February he broke and enteid the shop of Charles Shalfoon, and stole a gold Albert and four gold rings, valued at £15 12/6', and also that ontfetaia™ 18 he stole from' the house of William Phillips jewellery valued at £6 5/.. On the application of Chief-det'ectiva Marsack, : a, remand was granted until to-morrow 1 week.
About eleven o'clock last night Detec tives Scott-and Hollis arrested Matier at his home in Drake-street. The detectives made ar-'search of the house, and discover ed a quantity of jewellery and a number of house-breaking tools. In Maher's room was a dry cell battery-and iyires and behind the grate in a golden syrun tin was discovered jewellery to the valua of about £80. Further investigation brought to light a collection of ho less than 33 skeleton keys, a file 1 , a and a small electric flash light.' 'Soma more jewellery was also seized: by the officers during their search of the premises.
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