AEAROA. ' Wednesday May stb. Before T. A. B. Bailey. F.sq , S.M-, end G. Armstrong, Esq., J P. BREACH OF DEKEKCE ACT. C. G. Cosear admitted negligence in at J tending parades and promised *o be more regular in future. He was fined 10a and costs.
OBCHABD ROBBINe. H. Barnett, Lβ Bon's Bay, charged B, O. Connors with attempted theft of fruit. Mr J. H. Williams appeared for defendant. Mr Barnett taid he did not wish to press the charge. The magistrate dismissed the. Cfse. JUDGMENT SUMMNB.
In the case Dierck v. 8. Hokienga, plain. tiff asked for as order on>a judgtneni summons of £10 Is Gel. Defendant was ordered to pay the amount
forthwith, in default 10 day's imprlion raenfc. BBTDBN CT A TIOLIN. S. Gardiner claimed from L. H. (Jrant, of Okaln'n Bay, re tarn «i a violin or Hβ Talne £5 Mr J, H. Williamg appearad for plaintiff, Defenflant, defe- 4>v. Ie and *r»> pavrevidence at oonstrterablt length to tbe efleot that the violin h»d teen returned to Mm Gardiner. Plaintiff deposed that be believed the violin was etill in defendant's posßeeeion The magistrate gave judgment for return of chattel forthwith, end ordered defendant o pay costs, in default to pay £5. CIVIL CASE L J. Yangioni v. 0, ChnrehUl, claim £28 17e 91. Mr J. H. Williams appeared for plaiaiiff. Jadfiment for plaintiff by default.
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S.M. COURT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915
S.M. COURT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3457, 7 May 1915
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