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PRISONERS SENTENCED

[Pes D.viiid Press Association.] AUCKLAND, November 27. At tho Supreme Court Ernest Henry MacKay, convicted of firing a revolver at his father-in-law with intent to intimidate him, was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. William Ballard. John Ballard, and Albert Watson, three seamen on the steamer Con'nthic. charged with the theft of £IOO in gold, the property of a passenger, between Cane Town and Hobart, were sentenced to four months, in addition to two months which they had already spent in gaol.

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PRISONERS SENTENCED, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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PRISONERS SENTENCED Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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