VAGARIES OF JUSTICE.
TO THE EDITOR,
Sir,— l would ask any subscriber to explain the following : —Two men are summoned to the Police Court for allowing their horses to wander at South Dunedin. One who has been warned by the police about liia horses previous to their taking action is fined Is and costs ; the other, who has never been spoken to by tho police, and his first offence, is fined 5s and costa. These cases were heard last Friday, and tho Justices were J. Logan, \V. Langlauds, and J. P.
Jones,— l am, etc., Observer, South Dunedin, June 11.
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VAGARIES OF JUSTICE., Evening Star, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
VAGARIES OF JUSTICE. Evening Star, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
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