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EMPLOYMENT OF FEMALES.

* (F3B MIBBB ASSOCIATION.) Auoklahd, January 23 At the Supreme Oourt to-day Id banco •fttiixpt two euei on appeal came before Mr Jaitloe Gllllei. They were tn regard to conTlctlone at the Polioe Oourt against Oeo Mcßrlde, a tailor, who was fined af the Police Coart 1O« and coats each on two charge! of allowing glrla m bis employ to work In bta faotory during a meal boar, lirH. Heiketh appeared for tbe appellant, Mcßride, and Mr A.. Willlamion foi Ihe respondent, Sergeant Glmble, the f^oiioe officer who lmtitoted the proiecntien m tbe Lower Oontt. Mr Heaketh «tgc«i that tbere was nothing to show that any offence had been committed, as It had not been proved that Moßtide had jrirea mj active oooaent or permlsston to the gtc)i to be In the room, and therefore had net "allowed" them. His Honor •pheld this objection and quashed the lint eonTlctloo, and the leoond oonTiotlon «M also deolared bad, on the ground that die Information was not snffiolent.

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EMPLOYMENT OF FEMALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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EMPLOYMENT OF FEMALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2045, 24 January 1889

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