RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT.
: i/-Mi-^-ASHBURTON— Wednesday, March 10. (Before His Worship the Mayor.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. / ■ George Palmer was fined 1 10 A, and-costs r 12s. 6d. for having been drunk and disorderly at the Rakaia. .•, , : OBSTRUCTING THE RAILWAY. George Palmer was then.charged with having obstructed a train by lying on the rails, thus placing himself in a dangerous position, and in one likely to cause an accident to the train. The Magistrate gave him a severe caution and fined him L 5.
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