Clipped From The Times
At MARLuonoccn - STREET, Samuel Cane land, 48, general dealer, York - road, Lambeth, was charged before Mr. Xewton with having been concerned witb two men not in custody in attempting to break and enter the warehouse. No. 14, Noel - street, Sobo, occupied by Messn. Halsey aod Davison, card and mount manufacturers. Mr. Arthur Xcwton, solicitor, appeared for the defence. Edward Hammond said that about half - past 11 o'clock on Friday night he saw two men enter No. 14, Noel - street, by means of a key. Neither of the men was the prisoner. He toli a policeman what he hd seen. Samuel Lucy, living at 16, Noel - street, said that Hammond told him that he had seen two men go into Mennrs. Halsey's premises. Lucy sent him at once for the caretaker, who was in a publicbouse. Shortly afterwards the prisoner ran up the street, anJ, stopping at No. 14, rang the bell and then walked away quickly. George Norman, caretaker, said that be left tbe premises securely fastened on Friilay evening and went to a tavern in the neighbourhood. When he was fetched by Hammond be went over the building with some police - constables and found everything as he bad left it. Constable Clark, tiS C, said that on account of what Lucy' son told him be asked Candland what he was doing in the utreet. The prisoner made no reply, but attempted to run away. The witness then took him into custody. The witness Norman, in reply to the magistrate, said that he entered the publiehouse at about a quarter - pat 10 o'clock, and found there Candland anil two other men. Candland did not leave the publiehouse before the boy fetched the witness. Mr. Newton said he thought there wa sufficient evidence to justify a remand, and ordered Candland to be Again brought before him cext Saturday. Saturday. Rail was refused.