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MAGISTERIAL.

ASHBURTON— THURSDAY.

(Before Mr O. A.WrayR.M.)

DRTJNSIXX£B9. Patrlek Caihin, who bad been np fout times witbin six months, and who had been discharged on Saturday after " doing" eeven days, was again brought np. Patrick complained of haying a very bad head, and earnestly Implored the -Magistrate to forgive him. He got 14 days with hard labor. th* wHisrx.nro huxsancb. William Raeos was charged with having disturbed an audience In the Oddfellows Ball, by whistling. Constable 'Casey said tjiat the defendant and a number o( Others were making a disturbance at the Hall on tho 10 b ln|t. the defendant was whistling loud, with his fingers m hie mouth. JTrequent oomplalnts had been made of tbe annoyance caused by larrikins at the back of the hall whistling during an entMtalnmsn*. _- endant "„cu one witness, a youth named Gideon Soott, who said that he was sitting near to defendant. Tbe latter did not whistle during the performqnce-rtDefendent positively denied the ojfence.— The Magistrate said It was possible the Constable might have bsen mistaken and defendant would therefore get the benefit of the doubt The cfibnoe complained of wsg tnoit objeetlonable at public entertainments, and he would punish severely any one oonvlcted. CIVIL OABKS. D. MoFarlane v Candy, olalm £3 3s Bd. — Mr Outhberston for plaintiff. -Jadg^eut for plaintiff by default, Proctor end 00. v'B. Thompson, olalm £4 2j 7d. -Judgment for plaintiff by default. T. Hurley v Hellings and Oox, olalm £8. Mc Oqthbertq-m for plaintiff.— jadginent for plaintiff for amount claimed. W. H. Collier v P. Rodds, judgment summons £3 153 5d, — Order made for payment In monthly instalments, In default 21 days' Imprisonment. | {Lett Sitting.)

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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2113, 18 April 1889

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MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2113, 18 April 1889

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