• magistrate''Atto ■■"SMOKB , .; -NUISANCE. -' ;;.-:, ; • -The. evil -tidours which the-\Ai«U«aJ .-.• breezes waft from surrounding , chimney ; through "the open "Windows of the; Magi* - : ; ttourt made Justice an -unsavoury, : business thisanorning.: .Irritated -to'Vou* o. ing-point, Jlr Kettle at-;last "broke :Ma vigorous;protest. ... .; ; . he exclaimed. m ble. This smoke nuisance would net be ; tolerated in'any'otheT civilisedicqitnhinv-' i ity. It , is positively injurious j "I-find it.bad-en<iugh, | here. 1 can understand what it Ifflttt»W ■ for your Worship,■ sitting 'hererail my, interjected JMr BrookfielS synipathetir , cally. ■ ':.'■■■•• '■';"'■ '•'l'm surprised the health authontie* ; do nothing," continued the' Magietrite. ;, "The Low Society ougnt to - ter in "hand sand get a judgment li. | Supreme Court:" ' .''"-":';' '-I Mr Pullen: "The Law ; ing action, I believe." „ "TKen the law moves rejoni« j Mr Kettle with -a sigh; as 'he .turfi«J | again to the business of the Court. -;
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UNSAVOURY JUSTICE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
UNSAVOURY JUSTICE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
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