RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT
(Before H. C. S. Baddelay, Esq , R.M.) Drunkenness. William Parker was charged with having been drunk in Cass street yesterday, and with having employed abusive language towards the arresting constable. Constable Smart gave evidence as to the condition and arrest of the accused, who was fined 2Ds and costs, with the alternative of 43 hours’ imprisonment. For paving employed abusive language the accused was fined Ls.—Joseph Barnes, for drunkenness, was fined 5s and costs, with the alternative of 24 hours’ imprisonment. Civil Oases.
Murphy v Murphy, claim L 9 12s. —Mr Purnell f ir the plaintiff.—The defendant admitted the debt, but applied for time to pay the claim.—An order was made for the defendant to pay L2 per njonth ; the first instalment to be paid within 9 fdrU night. Betts v Boyd, claim L 7 18s 6d, LI 18s 6d had been paid into Court.—Judgment for L 4 in addition to amount paid into Court-
Carson y Murphy, claim L 3 3a Bd. Judgment by default, for the amount claims coats*
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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1510, 10 April 1885
RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1510, 10 April 1885
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