| CITY POLIPF COTT.'l'. ' j ("Before it. Y. Widdowson, Esq., S.A?.'i ! j Drunkenness.— 'JVn (i;-,' offenders \v--re- ! | fined 5s each, in default £-1 hours' irn- ] 1 pri'oilmen! : another win* did not arppoar .' ' was fined 10s. Ales. Eady ydwi-b-d j ; c::iiiy. and K.-nbir-Serge.-mt Dart sa>'d thai i i he had a had record, and gave great , ; trouble to his eloeiiy parents.—'lie.- I ; .Mvgi .1 ra'e said that if arc-used eaine up! i ai.'abi he ithe .Magistrate! would consider I the question of sending hiin to Potoroa. ; j Ho" was -"mod 20s. in'd-faiii! 43 hours'. ! I Loitering and Importuning.—Jeannie : .'Christina Millar -.vas charged with being) ! a person of ill fame, and with loitering | I and importuni'ig.—B)ie pleaded not guilty, j j but ivss eonvieted and fined 40s, in de- < I fault one month's- imprisonment. By-Laws.-- George K. Wright war. ! charged with failing to keep, as near a.s ; practicable, to the left side when turning into the Octagon from George .street.; lie was fined 5s and costs (7s). Win. ' Gray Plackie. pleaded guilty to allowing ; cattle to wamder at Ravensbourn. am.! '■ was fined 5.s and costs (7s). Gordon; Forbes, for failure to register a dog, was , fined 15s and costs. Alex. Jordan, for ] a like offence, was .similarly dealt with.
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THE COURTS—TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914