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THE PRISONS ACT

(per press association.)

Auckland, Maroh 26. An enquiry was held to-day at Mount Eden Gaol before Visiting Justices Thompson, and Largo*, Into a oharge against Assistant- Warder Folton of having through complicity or ne«leot of duly, permitted certain articles to bo Introduced into the ?aol for the ns* of one of the prisoners An ex-prlaonar nsmed Hood was oharged at tbe Polioe Oourt yesterday with having brought, the goods Into the gaol, but tbe obb» was dismissed. Evidence wf»s now heard In rempeot of the oharge against Pelton, on whose behalf Dr Lalshley appeared ; hat the Justices &aye no decision, as their duty was merely to report to the Department of Justfoe. Felton has been allowed to resume his duty,

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THE PRISONS ACT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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THE PRISONS ACT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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