CITY POLICE COURT. Te fc-e J. R. Bartholomew. Esq.. S.NM Escaped Emm Salvation Army Home.— Annie Anderson was charged with escaping from the Salvation Army Homo on October 26. --Senior Sergeant Dart said that she gut away from the Home with two voting women, and was found In A.-lier s lane. Apart from this, her conduet had been good in the Home. —She was given a chance, and ordered to come up for sentence when called upon—being returned to the Homo. Maintenance.— Lena Hill did not appear to answer a charge of disobeying a maintenance order—the arrears being £7 IBs. It appeared that £5 6s had been paid. Defendant was .sentenced to one month's imprisonment, with the promise that if the balance of £4 12s bo paid she will be released. Alleged Smuggling.—Paul Henri Louis Suveran was charged with smuggling goods to the value of £23 4s Id and with intent to defraud the revenue of the Customs. A second charge in respect of goods valued at £8 2a 4d was preferred against him in conjunction with Harold Venour. —On the application of Mr Lemon, and with the concurrence of Mr r'nlhni (Collector of Customs), an adjournment til! .Monday was granted.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
THE COURTS-TO-DAY Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
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