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TWO ASSAULTS

LABOURER SENT TO GAOL Charged with assaulting two women on his return to his apartment in Ponsonby early on Saturday evening, Harry Hughes (42). a wharf labourer, pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Mr. F. H. Levien S.M., in the Police Court this morning. Hughes was further charged with resisting Constable Lithgow while in the execution of his duty. He also denied this charge. Accused, who was represented by Mr. M. A. Finlay, was sentenced to six weeks' imprisonment on each of the two assault charges, the terms to be cumulative, while on the third count he was sentenced to one months's imprisonment, to be served concurrently.

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TWO ASSAULTS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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TWO ASSAULTS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945

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