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An interring point relative to Sunday trading was deoided by Mr B. G. A. Cooper, S.M., at Wellinarton on Friday. It is the custom of many small shopkeepers in Wellington to place outside their establishments a elot machine, which, on the insertion of a modest penny, will deliver a cake of chocolate. If this machine is u«d on a Svnday, docs it constitute Sunday trading? Inspector Hendrey htated that it had been represented to the police that it did, and Hi 3 worship confirmed the representation without any nesitation. Defendant was James Driscoll, who stated that he had had the machine for over three years, and was never warned that he was doing wrong. Defendant was merely convicted and dischanrwf

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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