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The criminal session of the Christchurch Supreme Court opens on Monday next, October C. The following is the calendar up to the present for the session ; Regina v. Mary Halliday—Obtaining

money under false pretences. Regina v. William Rail, senr.—Periury. Regina v. William Barnard Sheep stealing, two charges. Regina v. Edward Smart—Rape. Regina v. John Miller and Edward Clarkson —Indecent assault. Regina v. Robert William Jones—Forgery, four charges. Regina v. William Woods—Larceny in a dwelling-house, to the value of £5. Regina v. Jane Mahoney—Forgery and uttering. Regina v. William Henry M'Donald — Attempt to commit an unnatural offence. Regina v. John Miller—Larceny from the person.

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SUPREME COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 4, 4 October 1879

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SUPREME COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 4, 4 October 1879

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