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{Fbb Pbbss Association.) Chkmtchuhch, January 9. Joseph On m Shoppard of the City Botel, a well-known publlom, ob»r?ed with larceoyas a bailee of a bill for £94, the property of R. M. Newby, and adjudged guilty yesterday wss brought op to receive sentence at tbe Snpreme Court this morning. Judge Ward, m passing sentence, said the prisoner would be rebated on probation for twelve months, on Messrs Klirgensteln and G. H. Bbephard entering into an agreement for the whole amount of the bill stolen, with the condition that they enter Into a snmoleot general guarantee, protecting Newby against possible loss on the transaction, and on payment of the costa of the proseoutloo. TLe Judge also S anted three months for the payment of c latter, but declined to release the prisoner from cuatody until tbe bond Is executed. Uunedin, January 9. Kirn Hee and Elm Hock were sentenced I) three years for gold robbery. The Judge oompllmented -Constable; Willis, of Naseby, on the manner m whioh he got «p the oate.

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SUPREME COURT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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SUPREME COURT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2032, 9 January 1889

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