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A WRATHFUL LAWYER.

(Pub Pbess AssoriATtQjr,—Copyright. J

MELBOURNE, November 16. At a meeting of the District Court, Mr Lormer, in spite of the fact that the presiding magistrate had temporarily adjourned the court, persisted in reading a statement with reference to his attitude towards the licensing cases, and severely criticised the Crown Law Department for what he termed unfair and unjust treatment. He demanded the rehearing of his case and then left the court.

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A WRATHFUL LAWYER., Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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A WRATHFUL LAWYER. Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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