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Expensive Venison.

[per press association.]

Dunedin, May 23

Ab the Kaitangata Resident Magistrate's Court, William M'Alister, Alexander M'Millan and Thomas Johnsbon were charged .with breaches of the Animals Protection Act, the first-named being charged with shooting a doe, and the other two with having portions of the doe in their possession. . M'Alister's defence was that he was shooting at a buck, and when he found he had shot .a doe he saw no harm in taking it, and giving some tp the other defendants. Mr M'Culloch, R.M., fined the defendants £10 each and costs, half the penalty in each case to go to the ranger.

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Expensive Venison., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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Expensive Venison. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 24 May 1890

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