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Name: Maud M. Garmey Arrested at North Shields Police Station Arrested on 8th November 1905Name: Maud M. Garmey Arrested at North Shields Police Station Arrested on 8th November 1905The Shields Daily News for 8 November 1905 reports:
"ALLEGED THEFT BY A GIRL
Maud M. Garney (17), belonging to Jarrow, was remanded for eight days on a charge of having stolen a large number of domestic articles, the property of Augustis Maccellari, from the Tyne Hotel, Clive Street, where she had been employed a week".
The Shields Daily News for 15 November 1905 reports:
"THEFT BY A DOMESTIC AT NORTH SHIELDS
At North Shields Police Court today, Maud M. Garney (17), residing in Jarrow, was charged on remand, with having stolen, on the 7th inst. from the Tyne Hotel, Clive Street, three bedsheets, a pillow case, and several other household articles, valued at £1 4s 2d, the property of Augustaf Maccelari.
The wife of the prosecutor stated that the accused was in the service of her husband as a domestic servant. On the 7th inst. she missed several household articles, which she valued at £1 4s 2d, and gave information to the police. The articles produced were the property of her husband.
Jane Elizabeth Robson, a single woman, residing on the Ranter's Bank, stated that on the 7th inst. the accused came to her house and asked to be taken in. She acceded to her request. Prisoner had with her a lot of things which witness afterwards handed over to the police. Inspector Thornton said he arrested prisoner and charged her with the theft.
She replied: "Yes, I took them". Chief Constable Huish stated that he had had an interview with the relatives of the accused, who resided in Jarrow. They thought she should be sent to a home and with the assistance of the Police Court Missionary (Mr Macpherson), a home had been found for her. He asked the magistrates to deal with her under the First Offenders' Act and bind her over to come up for judgement if called upon within twelve months on her promising to go into the home. Accused gave her consent and the magistrates bound her over."

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