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CHRISTCHURCH SUPREME COURT.

v Tbe following is the list for the crirn inal sittings which were commenced yeiterday before his Honour Mr Justice Denniaton:—

Carl Klingenberg, alleged breaking •nd entering. Elizabeth Black and Wm. Lynd hnrst, alleged theft from tbe person. Michael Colbert, alleged intent to do grierous bodily barm by attempting to discharge a revolver. • Harry Pobio, alleged criminal of fence.

Harold Jones, alleged obtaining money by false pretences, James Bump, alleged forgery and ottering. Archie Robertson, alleged obtaining money by false pretences. Ellen Hawthore. alleged bigamy. Frank Macolm and David Lambert, ■alleged assualt and battery. John Harry Stephens,, alias Harry Revel ly, alleged attempt to commit a •criminal offence: James William Salt and Thomas Patrick Heade, alleged administration of-a noxious thing.

Francis A. Atkinson, alleged for gWJ. te . Edward James Griffin, alleged attempt to defraud. ' Jamesjßartley, alias FultoD, alleged assaalt with intent to commit a crime.- ---■ PRISONERS FOR SENTENCE. .The following prisoners will appear ' pr Bentence:— GriflSn forgery and uttering, /'Clarence Pentencost, breaking and entering and theft. Richard Moon Sargent, arson. Tboaiao John Crook, theft from a ia>»-.".-. ■■" '

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CHRISTCHURCH SUPREME COURT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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CHRISTCHURCH SUPREME COURT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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