CITY COLIC!-; ( O!'!; .' (Before li. \ . V\ iddo..soi:, ]-, , Drunken OliVncca. —T.uj readers (who failed to apjcvit) v.• -r« ■ ■• > lined 10s, in dclaull. 16 Ijoiii s ; v. i :i female first offender was convii-K -i a •' discharged.—A first onendyr, v., been remanded for medical t .-.it. • 0.. was fined os, with the usual j i; ;; live, and also ordei.-d to pay J peases, in default seven days' i:•;.■; i. inent. Procuring Liquor.—Tht-ma.] i!uC.:;was fined ids, in de; auii, l!! i.on; -, on a charge of drinikohiia-, und CO, jn default seven days, on a ch:ii;;<: oi curing liquor during liio cum i.cy oi a prohibition order. An Idle Person.—ller.-y Conn » charged with being deemed t<» > idle and disorderly perron, in il.a? : had insufficient la»ful t u..--a support. —Defendant pleaded guilty. - Senior-sergeant Dart said that mr time past the woman had been J-ud.iiu an immoral life. 'lheie w:..s nos * n at all, so far as he knew, that could iysaid in her favor. —Constable llcnn.v gave evidence. —The iUagisu atthat the woman would he riven : a opportunity to straighten no. aln would ho convicted and sod n iOSalvation Army Beformuiory iiomo for p, period of 12 months.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914