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» LEAVING MATCHES l-'OU A riUSOXEP,. A uiii. i named .John Edward Cmv;m was charged in the Police Court this morning with havint; lei I: an article—a package (ontainiiig i)iatche.s—in the. prison yard for a prisoner. Senior-sergeant Dart explained that this man went to the i/aol on the loth to see a prisoner named Livingstone. A« ho was under *he infivence of liquor tile trader (Mr Reid) ordered him off the premises. ITp seen later hy Constable Maiden Titiikinic signals to the upper windows of the; cnol. and a. search disclosed a jwekage of matches, marked for "Liveton,"' and Warms? the mark .ECMr Keid deposed that the accused had reived a, sentences before, a.nd a list (produced) showed that he bore a had reputation. Accused did not, appear, and the Magistrate (Mr Ryrtholomcw, S.M.) viewed the effence as serious, afld sentenced the- man to two months' imprisonment, with hard labor. .

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OVER THE WALL, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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OVER THE WALL Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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