SOUTH RAKAIA—FRIDAY. (Before Messrs C. A. C. Hardy and L. Oxley, J.P's.) TIN KEITLING. James Mead, Arthur Mead, John Harvey, Richard Withell, and Hu«?h O'Connor pleaded guilty to tin kettling and making a general disturbance m a public place on the 14th inst. John Crawford, Henry Johns, and James O'Connor pleaded not guilty to the same charge. Messrs Tucker, Primmer, and D. Bruce gave evidence clearly proving that all were implicated except Johns and H. O'Connor. The occasion was the marriage of Mr D. Bruce and the noise most distracting, the whole township being disturbed and kept awake. The Bench entered up a conviction, and ordered accused to come up for sentence when called on. CIVIL CASBB. G. Jameson v D. Murphy claim £3 0s lOd for goods supplied. Judgment for the amount and costs. H. Primmer v C. Fawcett claim £5 Is Bd, goods supplied. Judgment tor the amount claimed and costs. Defendant stated that he should apply for a rehearing before the Resident Magistrate.
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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2505, 30 August 1890
MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2505, 30 August 1890
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