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CRIMINAL STATISTICS.

The following is a return of the cases brought before the City Police Court during the quarter ended June 30:—The total number of cases heard was 508, of which 310 resulted in convictions. The number of convictions for drunkenness was 163; for obscenity, vagrancy, etc., 27; for breaches of the by-laws, 24 ; for offences against the Impounding Act, 28; for common assaults, etc., 22; for larceny, etc., 37 ; while 8 persons were committed for trial. Sixty-three persons were fined for keeping unregistered dogs. The revenue for the quarter amounted to L 320, as against L 156 for the corresponding quarter of last year.

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CRIMINAL STATISTICS., Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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CRIMINAL STATISTICS. Issue 7950, 4 July 1889

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