AKAROA, MAY 16fcb, 1914,
(Before T. A. B. Bayley, Esq., 8.M., and G. Armstrong, Esq , J. P.) ■. j A first offender for a breach of his j order was fined 10a and costs. • '
Judgment by default with costs was / given in the civil case Mcßeddie (Mi j Williams), v. S. Hokianga, claim ? £5 4a. - )
In the judgment summons case, »j Waling & Co. (Mr A. T. Donnelly), y / G. Irving, claim £8 4s Id and costs £1 33, an order was made, with the ! defendant's conaefit, for payment ar t the rate of 10a per month. Two old age pensions were granted , \ At a sitting of the Juvenile Court , betd by the magistrate, a case dealing < with boys who broke windows in thi \ old.school buildings at Akaroa wa- | adjourned for a month. A
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MAGISTRATE'S COURT, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914
MAGISTRATE'S COURT Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914
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