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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. 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...
  3. ANTHONY MIRINI, Theft > simple larceny; SIDNEY ALLEN, Theft > simple larceny; ANTHONY MIRINI, Deception > fraud; SIDNEY ALLEN, Deception > fraud; SIDNEY ALLEN, Theft > simple larceny, 9th January 1912.

    MIRINI, Anthony (27, agent), and ALLEN, sidney (24, clerk) . Both feloniously stealing one letter and a cheque for ?2 11s. 9d., the property of Frank Osborne and Company, Limited, and feloniously receiving the same; both feloniously uttering, knowing the s...
  4. ANTHONY MIRINI, Theft > simple larceny; SIDNEY ALLEN, Theft > simple larceny; ANTHONY MIRINI, Deception > fraud; SIDNEY ALLEN, Deception > fraud; SIDNEY ALLEN, Theft > simple larceny, 9th January 1912.

    MIRINI, Anthony (27, agent), and ALLEN, sidney (24, clerk) . Both feloniously stealing one letter and a cheque for ?2 11s. 9d., the property of Frank Osborne and Company, Limited, and feloniously receiving the same; both feloniously uttering, knowing the s...
  5. FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Deception > fraud, 30th January 1912.

    BROWN, Frank William (50, farmer) , feloniously receiving two kitchen stoves, the goods o. Adolphus Attell, well knowing them to have been stolen; feloniously receiving 24 overalls and other articles, the goods of Stapley and Smith, Limited, well knowing t...
  6. FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Deception > fraud, 30th January 1912.

    BROWN, Frank William (50, farmer) , feloniously receiving two kitchen stoves, the goods o. Adolphus Attell, well knowing them to have been stolen; feloniously receiving 24 overalls and other articles, the goods of Stapley and Smith, Limited, well knowing t...
  7. FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Theft > receiving; FRANK WILLIAM BROWN, Deception > fraud, 30th January 1912.

    BROWN, Frank William (50, farmer) , feloniously receiving two kitchen stoves, the goods o. Adolphus Attell, well knowing them to have been stolen; feloniously receiving 24 overalls and other articles, the goods of Stapley and Smith, Limited, well knowing t...
  8. CHARLES KNIGHT, Theft > animal theft; WILLIAM THOROGOOD, Theft > animal theft, 23rd April 1912.

    KNIGHT, Charles (56, dealer), and THOROGOOD, William (28, flower seller) , stealing one mare, one van, and one set of harness, the goods of Henry May and another and 17 carpets and other articles, the goods of the Oriental Carpet Manufacturers, Limited, fe...
  9. ALFRED TROY, Theft > pocketpicking, 5th November 1912.

    TROY, Alfred, alias Willis (38, clerk), pleaded guilty of stealing one purse and one key and ?1 1s. 3 1/4 d., the goods and moneys of Florence Ilsley, from her person. Prisoner confessed to having been convicted on February 19, 1907, at Clerkenwell Session...