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MAGISTERIAL.

ASH BURTON— THURSDAY [Before Mf 0 A. Wray, X.M,, and Mr D. Thomas, J.P] DRUNKENNESS. Wm. Albury alias OolHna, was fined 6s foe drunkenness. ALLEGED ASSAULT. > 0, Stnlthel wan ohar^ed with having assaulted his wife.— Mr Parnell appeared foe the aoouaed.— The police applied for i remand, stating that MrßSmlthel was too ill to appear. In support of the apfcilloa ton Sergeant F. Iton gave evfd 3dob that fivemlnnteß p»at one that morning Mrs Smiths! came to the polloe Btatlon and complained of having been assaulted by her hußbsnd, She had no olothtDg save her obemiae and storkings, her hand" wrap blecdlnc, aod she had a large lamp on the back of her he*d. A oona able was aen* toarreat Smlthul, who waa brought to the look-np In a state of intoxication, althou«b there was a prohibition order agalnat him —Mr Parnell aald he vroold not objieot to the remand. — Accnaed wag remanded till Monday, bail being allowed m hU own reoo^nlßinoe of £25, and one surety of b Hire amount. , „ CIVIL OABBS. MHohell rod Turaer v R. Bennetf, oli.lm £12 18b 2d. Judgment for plaintiffa by default. W, Annetv W. Salherland; olalm £2 2».—Mr Purnell for piainfff, Mr Wilding for defendant.— -The claim was for a wenk'e work In repairing ataoke of grain, at 7a a day. The defence w»s that 'plain tiff had not done the work bb agreed upon, and m oonaeqoence dofendant waa pot to lose and Inconvenienoe.— The Benob allowed half the olalm. * The Court then rose.

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MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889

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