THIS DAY. (Before. Mr. J. Trevithick, J.P.) THE DRUNKARDS. John Boggs, who appeared in a shaky state, was further remanded until tomorrow week for additional medical treatment. Four first off-ending drunkards, .who attributed their excess to the exhilarating influence induced 'by a public holiday, were convicted and discharged. REMANDED. Richard G. Johns, a Cingalese, was remanded for another week in the hope that arrangements might be made for returning him to his native land. Subinspector Hendry said that Johns had been sent to the Costley Home, but would not stay there, and had been found by the police near the water front, wet, starving, and miserable. INSUFFICIENT WARNING. Leonard Hunt was riding round the corner of Symonds-street and Karanga-hape-roa«i when he naTrowly missed a collision with Constable McGavin, who was crossing the road. He was fined 5/and costs for having failed to give sufficient warning of his approach by ringing .his bell. THE FORREST HALL. Another case arising out of the wreck of the Forrest Hall came before the Court this morning, when William Glass, the first officer, iwas charged, on the information of Arthur G. Hughes, with assault. Mr. Skelton, who appeared for the defendant, secured a remand until Wednesday next. ■ I
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POLICE COURT., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909
POLICE COURT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 66, 18 March 1909
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