SOUTH RAKAIA-FiUDAY, (Before Messrs Holmes, Coster, and Hardy, J.P.'b) INDECEHT EXPOSUKB. John Josepti Powers vr&n charged with this cflfauoe. Aoouaed pleaded guilty, and said he was drunk and knew nothing mbuxxt it, — Ifter hearing the evidence the Benoh, Im oonolderation of the faot that aocused bad been looked np for 11 day?, severely reprimanded and discharged him, LABOEMV. lssao X Moodle, junior, 10 years and 5 months old, was oharged with stealing a ewag from one S, Wood. Aconsed pleaded guilty. The boy's father stated that be had kept him from school for the last 18 montht ; he thought he could control him In future.— The Bench ordered accused to be taken to Ashburton to reoei?o a fl urging In presenoe of the Sergeant of Police, and told him that he muot Id falure look to his conduct. The father was Instructed to send his boy to school In future, CIVIL OASES. G. Shellock v B. Druey, olalra £1 3s, pound fejs,— Adjourned till next Court day for the attendance of witnesses on behajf of defendant. J. Patterson v E. Beokett, olaim £2 5s lOd for goods supplied. — Judgment for plaintiff by default with costs. H M. Daly v Q. Jadd, judgment BommoDs £3 15s Id. No appearanoe of defondant.— Defendant to pay within one week from the time notice Is served on him, or one month's Imprisonment.
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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889
MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2071, 23 February 1889
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