[PB_t PBBBB ASSOCIATION.] Christohuroh, June 29. The criminal calendar for the July sessions of the Supremo Court at Ohristchuroh contains the names of eighteen persons charged with eighteen offences, Tbe following is an analysis of the oases to be tried : — forgery, four persons, six charges j larceny, four persons, four charges j robbery irom the person, three persons, two charges; burglary, two persons, two charges ; assault and robbery, two persons, one charge ; sheep stealing, one person c one charge ; rape, one person, one charge ; aod uttering counterfeit coin, one person, one charge. "Wkllington, June 29 The - question bb to the disposal of license^ held by married women was settled this morning by (he Bench granting transfers m tbe o»se8 whioh o»me before them. In one Instance the sob stltute was .vowed by a servant of the licensee, but the polioe did not oppose the transfer on being assured It was only s temporary arrangement pending transfer to a more substantial man, Dunmhn, June 29. The bearing the application re the Exhibition I cause bas been adjourned for » month, despite . counsel's objections on the ground tbat the Aot was being oontraversed, Looal Committees have applied for space at the Exhibition as follows :— lnveroargill 14 bays, Oamaru 6, Westport 3, Greymooth 3, Vlaoent Oounty 2, Hokltlk* 3, Manlotsto 2, Tuapeka 2, Milton 4 or 5, Olutha 1, Qucenstown one. Looal applications are coming In fairly well. The objectors to the Exhibition license intend moving m the Supreme Oourt for a mandamus. Seven prisoners are for trial at the ensuing Supreme Court sessions ; there are no serious cases ■■*^^****»******************»***** i
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INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889
INTERPROVINCIAL NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 1 July 1889
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