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(Before Messrs 0. A. C. Hardy and; lV L. Oxley, J.P.'a.) ; Horace Qiiinlon was charged with steal-' Tim* /twenty shillings at Methven. Accused wl'eaiW not amity. jfidwawl Churchward gave evidence that he .stayed M Bowse's Hotel last night, and nccatiuA shared the .same room j he had the money when !«* wont to bed between ten and eleven o'clock, «nd missed it this morning. Witness ndwtfed not being amite sober hwt night W. Rowse gave evidence that lUJnirchvvard had a sovereign when he went to 4>ed, and on his pockets being aeanwett

there was no money. He thought there was something wrong when accused changed the coin, as he had not had money about him to his knowledge. James Burrows gave evidence and J. Finton, also the Methven Constable. The Bench considered the case clearly proved on accused's own evidence, and committed accused to one month's hard labor.

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TUESDAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2509, 4 September 1890

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TUESDAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2509, 4 September 1890

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