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A COMPULSORY BATH.

WANGANUI, October 6. A warder in the Old Men's Home waa fined 20j.and costs (40s) for assaulting an inmate, a man aged seventy-eight years. The assault consisted in pulling him out of bed and dragging him along a passage to the bathroom. The case was brought by Mrs Bullock, a lady visitor, in consequence of the Charitable Aid Board holding a private inquiry and deciding that no offence had been committed, and commending the matron and the warder for tho conduct of affairs at the home. Mrs Bullock conducted her case personally. ' '■ ..

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A COMPULSORY BATH., Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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A COMPULSORY BATH. Issue 10438, 6 October 1897

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