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[Per Unitv.o Prt-ss Association.] STRATFORD, November 27. Im flic Magistrate's Court to-dav, before Mr Kendrick. !5.M.. Alan Alexander Cuthbciton was charged with a breach of the Legislature Act in that he did sign bis name as a ■witness lo a signature upon a claim for enrolment without having seen such signature written by tho claimant. Two other similar chargC6 were laid acainst the defendant. In one he pleaded guilty and not guilty to the others. After hearing evidence tho Magistrate, fined him £lO on each of two charges. The informations were laid by the Registrar.

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THE ELECTORAL LAW, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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THE ELECTORAL LAW Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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