NOTIFICATION OF DISEASE.
A FARMER FINED. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) ESTYERCAKfiILL, this day. Mitchell Crowe, a small farmer, was prosecuted by the Health Department for failing to notify two cases ol scarlet fever In his family. Defendant supplied milk to a factory, and" a man tasting it took the disese> Defendant* son continued attending school, and another boy, who died, i 3 suoposed to nave caught the disease from him. The magistrate imposed a fine of 20/ and costs. He stated that had there not been mitigating cir-. cumstancee the full penalty would have been imposed, the offence being most serious. The Auckland Fire Board offer £5 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person who gave a false alarm of fire at the Albert Hotel on Wednesday last. Opened this week: A lovely lot of ex* elusive drees lengths, also all shades in Amazon, Venetian, Sedan qloth, See our Bedaa-finieli cloth, 24 shades, *t 2/11, —McCullagh. and Goweiv— (Ad.i „-
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