Fascinating new serial by Bertha M. Clay commenced in this issue. Among the inebriates at tie Police Court this morning was a man who described himself as a master mariner, at present employed on a fishing boat. After meting out the usual penalty, Mr. Kettle observed that he thought the police should report to the Harbour I Board or to the proper authorities anyOne who was drunk while on a boat. "One cannot be too particular," contended the Magistrate, "in view of the number of boats about the harbour. But any drunkenness should be reported." Sergeant Ramsay: "It is brought under the notice of the Customs Department."
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