LITTLE RIVER NEWS.
[from our own correspondent.]
S.M. COURT. A longer list than usual was deal; with by T. A, B. Bailey, Esq , S.M., on Tuesday at the above Court. No less than four persons were dealt wilh for breaking their prohibition orders, Mr Bailey made some severe comments on the seriousness of broken orders, aud gave each to understand that next time they would be sent away
The first case was that of James Flynn who had to answer to three charges, and for whom Mr A. H.Nicholls appeared On the first two charges he was fined 403 each, and on the third he was ordered to come up for sentence when called upon. Joseph Barlow was fined iOs and costs, and given another chance, James Whitri was fined 20s and costs, and John Breaknell 20s and costs.
Five cases under the County By laws were also dealt with for cycling after sunset without lights. In eacb case the defendants were fined 2s and 7s costs
John Tini waa fined 2s and 7s costs for driving without a light. R. Webb was summoned on a judg ment summons, and ordered to pay the sum of £11 18s 2d forthwith or fourteen days, the order to be suspended if be paid £2 per month.
'i I ree ifuis wme chaiged \sv.b e»ie< ing a whurp and taking t-everai aitides Tne capes were dismissed.
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LITTLE RIVER NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914
LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914
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