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BLENHEIM SESSIONS.

BLENHEIM, March 11

At the Supreme Court the Chief Justice (Sir Robert Stout) congratulated the distinct on the practical absence of crime. The only case was one of breaking: and ; entering and» causing grievous bodily' harm, and the? men concerned were labourers coining to the district from outside Maryborough. . , The accused, William Gibson, Hugh Richard. Phimister (alias Richard Kelly), and John Campbell Smith (alias John Campbell) were found guilty of assault with, intent to cause grievous bodily harm, and were sentenced to four years' reformatory treatment.

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BLENHEIM SESSIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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BLENHEIM SESSIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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