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. - Tho final chapters In a x crlminal story tbat creatod ' a considerable" amount ot interest somo fow weckd agp was written m the Wellington SuJ premo Court on. Tuesday last. Jatoo-3 Henry Sergeant was arraigned before Mr. Justlco Chapman for stealing £73 [worth of golden articles ot uso and adornment from. Charley Jenkins, tho popular jockey. In splto of the efforts of Lawyer Coulter, who fell foul of tho 1 Judge, tho chief witness, Charloy, and 'Tec. Abbott, tho jury had'no difficulty tn bringing tn a verdict of "guilty." i Ills Honor, m passing sentence, salt! that society must bo ! protected* frora . tho depredations of suoh characters; The prisoner's whole career showed that he .had 'a preference . for crime The punishment- would bo two years? hard labor, with the "habltua) crlmK , nal". tag added to it. 1 "I =2 '

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JOCKEY JENKINS'S JEWELLERY., Issue 424, 9 August 1913

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JOCKEY JENKINS'S JEWELLERY. Issue 424, 9 August 1913

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