< ITY I'OLICE CoCKT. .Before 11. V. Widdowsun. Ksu, . SM -> Druueiines-.—A youth a-cd ISA jr;i:-s vr.--.-i fined as or 21 hours' imprisonment. Two firs: offenders and John Knox were each lined 10s or 24 hours. Frank Martin Anderson and lieorjje MTherson were each tmrd 20s or three "davs. '['heft. —Clvde Lindon Th.un.i.- IV.-stoti was char-'ed with the theft of a ;ro\i ribbon chain and -old medal, valued at. £l. the properly of Denis t.'oakley.- Accused said he found the tirt ieles.—C-hief-detective Herbert -aid that ti'vuscd found them under conditions which could hive enabled him to have found the owner it he had wanted to do so. Instead, of «i he sol.l them. The complainant, was living in a honrtlintrhonse in Cumberland street, and aciaised was helpins an expressman t.> shin things from the boardur,'-house. The articles mentioned were mi-sod. and inquiries showed that, accused sold them to ~ t-ccond-hand dealer for as. He cave his correct name and address to the second-hand dealer. Accused was a licensed cxpres-man. and steps would be taken to have his license ...in-celled.-His "Worship convicted ac.u-.d a.nd ordered hint to come up for (sentence any time within 1? months. Remanded.—Thomas Collins was ch.in:cd won at Lawrence dimauitej a mandolin and violin. ;uwl w:is rcinaiuiod to appear there on the 7th inst.. ba.il bein; allowed in two sureties of £ls each.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15689, 31 December 1914