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THE COURTS-TO-DAY

CITY POLICE COURT. fßeforc H. TT, ’Ksq., Theft.—George Richardson, a , youth, was charged with stealing a gent’s bicycle valued at £7 10s, the property of Francis John Tempest. Ho ’ pleaded guilty.—Chief Detective Herbert said that on tire 27th of August last, accused stole the bicycle from outside the School of Arts, and sold it to a second-hand dealer. The lad’s parents died in Wellington about 12 months ago, and when he came here he gave the name of James Herbert Carr, which now proved to he his correct name. —Mr Axelsen said he had had the accused under his supervision for two years. He was an intelligent youth ; and lie had never known him to be dishonest. He was now employed on a sheep station. —His Worship convicted accused, and ordered him to come up for sentence any time within two years. By-law Cases. —For driving a vehicle without a light, John Wallace was fined 10s and costs. Robert Fraser, charged with driving a motor car on the wrong side of the street, was similarly dealt with.

Maintenance. —For disobeying a maintenance order, Stanley Robinson was sentenced to 7 days’ imprisonment. Unregistered Dogs.—For keeping an unregistered dog, James Garrick, Reuben E. Hook, Hans Peter Skow, and John Horne were each fined 5s and costs, and Robert Riddle 15s and costs. A charge against James Campbell was dismissed.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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