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  1. THOMAS REINER, Theft > stealing from master, 11th January 1910.

    REINER, Thomas, alias Jones (21, carman); stealing one set of harness, one van and 30 chests of tea, the goods of Robert Alfred Kearsly, his master, and stealing one mare, the goods of the said Robert Alfred Kearsly. Mr. Travers Humphreys and Mr. Roland Ol...
  2. ERNEST ACQUARONE-LEVI, Deception > fraud, 8th February 1910.

    ACQUARONE LEVI, Ernest, otherwise B. Holt (44, merchant) , obtaining by means of false pretences from Charles Buch and Company the sum of ₤ 3, 800 in Bank of England notes and a certain valuable security, to wit, a banker's cheque and orders for the ...
  3. FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1910.

    ASHLIN, Frederick Percy (40, manager) and FIRMIN, Bessie (26, barmaid) [alias Morris] , pleaded guilty of conspiring and agreeing together to obtain a situation for the said Bessie Firman (or Morris) as barmaid to William Speight, by means of a false chara...
  4. HENRY WALTERS, Deception > forgery; HERBERT COX, unknown, 26th April 1910.

    WALTERS, alias Weaver, Henry (65, builder), and COX, Herbert (38, auctioneer) , both forging and uttering, knowing the same to be forged, a certain deed, to wit, a lease of No. 4, Cadogan Terrace, Wandsworth, with intent to defraud; both forging and utteri...
  5. FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1910.

    ASHLIN, Frederick Percy (40, manager) and FIRMIN, Bessie (26, barmaid) [alias Morris] , pleaded guilty of conspiring and agreeing together to obtain a situation for the said Bessie Firman (or Morris) as barmaid to William Speight, by means of a false chara...
  6. FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1910.

    ASHLIN, Frederick Percy (40, manager) and FIRMIN, Bessie (26, barmaid) [alias Morris] , pleaded guilty of conspiring and agreeing together to obtain a situation for the said Bessie Firman (or Morris) as barmaid to William Speight, by means of a false chara...
  7. FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; FREDERICK PERCY ASHLIN, Deception > fraud; BESSIE FIRMIN, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1910.

    ASHLIN, Frederick Percy (40, manager) and FIRMIN, Bessie (26, barmaid) [alias Morris] , pleaded guilty of conspiring and agreeing together to obtain a situation for the said Bessie Firman (or Morris) as barmaid to William Speight, by means of a false chara...
  8. WILLIAM CHARLES HART SAXEBY, Breaking Peace > libel, 31st May 1910.

    SAXEBY, William Charles Hart (43, clerk) . Unlawfully printing and publishing, and causing and procuring to be printed and published, a certain defamatory libel in the form of a printed pamphlet of and concerning Demetrius John Delyannis. Prisoner pleaded ...
  9. GEORGE KENNEDY, unknown; ALBERT HENRY LONGHURST, Deception > forgery, 6th September 1910.

    KENNEDY, George, alias Gerald Kennaway (39, no occupation), and LONGHURST, Albert Henry (38, licensed victualler) . Both forging and uttering, knowing the same to be forged, an order for the payment of ?80, with intent to defraud. Mr. Muir and Mr. Oddie pr...
  10. WILLIAM BAKER, Theft > theft from a specified place; FREDERICK MILLIST, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th February 1911.

    BAKER, William, alias John Henry Christmas (26, baker), and MILLIST, Frederick (27, labourer) , breaking and entering the shop of Marcus Henry Schurrer, and stealing therein a clock, a watch and a pocket case, his goods. Mr. Helford Knight prosecuted. Poli...

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