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CITY POLICE COURT. fßefore H. Y. Widdowson. Esq., S.M.I Drunkenness.—A first offender (female) was convicted and discharged.—Margaret Walquist, with one previous conviction within six months, was fined 10s, in default AS hours' imprisonment. A Chance to light.—Joseph William Georgeson. was charged with drunkenness (two previous _ convictions within six months) and with breach of a prohibition order. It transpired that aceused was going to the front, and he was. convicted and ordered to come, up for sentence when called upon Idle and Disorderly.—Andrew Henry pleaded not guilty to being an idle and disorderly person, with insufficient lawful moans ot support.—Constable Bandy said that the man had earned only 24a in three, months, and was always half drunk and dirty.—Accused said he had earned 24s in one week.—Ho was remanded.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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