Fiscal depute Lyndsay Hunter said the cannabis was valued at around PS5 and Johnstone had claimed he had taken the knuckleduster off a child and put it in the haversack
"for safe keeping"and had forgotten it was there.
ONE in seven of all UK men use some sort of shoulder or cross-body fashion bag, not to be confused with a backpack or haversack
that usually contains sandwiches, Pac a Mac, flask or shopping from the local Co-op or the washing a student might be taking home to his mother.
We see these thousands of men, women and children carrying ALL their belongings in a haversack
on their backs.
This is perhaps why in this Sunday's Gospel, when Jesus sends the apostles on their mission, he instructs them not to bring anything for the journey - "no bread, no haversack
, no money, no spare tunic." They should preach as they are.
Tyler's book, a robust little paperback designed for the glove compartment or haversack
, seeks to illuminate the rich heritage of vocabulary used to describe the British countryside.
The tin, valued at 18s, was taken from a stack at the Ambassador Foods factory, The accused was stopped as he was leaving the factory and the tin of beef was found in his haversack
. He denied stealing it.
Not only do you get air con, heated seats, a haversack
of safety features and that clever electric roof, it'll also do 28mpg, 140mph and make you look a million dollars.
As he searched it he thought he saw a haversack
Till now only five lakh infantry soldiers are given this kit which includes a haversack
for carrying necessary items for survival in extreme locations.
The only other thing she sees there is a battered haversack
. It's an old canvas one like her dad used to have.
(7) In modern lore, the British allowed a haversack
with false war plans to fall into the hands of the enemy Turks.
contained wicks, matches, pliers, shears, a funnel, two flame shades, and a wind shade.