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AKAROA S.M. COURT.

o WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8.

Before G. Armstrong, Esq., and G. W. Thomas, Esq., J,'sP.

CIVIL CASES. H, T, Toko v, W. Glynan, claim £16 10s was adjourned to April 5, 191(3.

E. W. Staples v. S. Hokianga, claim £15 7s 8d on a judgment summons was also adjourned to sth April, 1916.

In the case E. W. Bachelor v. W. Chapman, a claim of £4, evidence was taken in the court for hearing at Timaru, MOTOR BY-LAW BREACH. A. G. Bull was fined 10/- and costs for a breach of the Akaroa County Council's by-law in driving out a car from Akaroa after sunset. CATTLE AT LARGE. H, W. Dack, T. M. Shepherd, J. Wilson, J. Phillips and J. Cairns were each fined 10/- and costs for allowing cattle to be at large, the county ranger being the informant in each case.

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AKAROA S.M. COURT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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AKAROA S.M. COURT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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