RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT.
y —* ASHBURTON — Tuesday, Feb. 17. (Before Mr. F. Guinness, R.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. , ■ Charles JS’oad for being drunk and disorderly, warned 10s., with the option of 24 hours.; 4 reccoio! Charles Evans was charged with being illegally on premises, and pleaded having lost his way at Power’s Hotel, among a lot of larrikins, and was quite innocent of any wrong. The Magistrate reminded Charley that it was a very short time since he had been up before, he would let him off with the , stipulation that his next visit would eventuate in a six months’ trip to port.
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