May 11, 1901. At Aston yesterday, three youths, named Ernest Jarvis, Frederick Rollason and John Phillips, were charged with breaking into the premises of the State Traders (Limited), 55, Lozells Road, and stealing a quantity of ham and grocery to the value of five pounds. The prisoners, who had a sack in their possession, were seen by a neighbour in the entry leading to a premises, and when questioned said they were playing hide and seek'. They were, however, given into custody and the stolen goods were found in the sack. {{COUNTERPOINT }}