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cut pot/ic'- corirr. .1. 1!. I!:;nCK«q.. S.M.l' i'.u’.i-: un'-s. —A fb;i offender was- fined .J< ■:; i •';":1 1-< ■' (wlio -lid not r I II ■ was 11.. ■: ’ m f 1 1 ■ f-• i*; 1 i 48 honrs’ inip.ison"!i. — -Aiiii'rs with one pioviout?.. ■ - ‘,v : wi.}-,in fix months. was fin-d i.w. : 4*::’ bouts ituy nsoniucul. A, ■'•’-’I 1 •>*< i'-s > Kl- I, f (.Mi - Irwin), on a c’ . I.iint Tor. \v;i? ! *:!! '.•i-moirow. bail being fixed—*• •>! £]< l nnd one surety ni £lO. !’. I i. ty.' (unity.- -Janu-s Ibinloa !■;■ ao: illy to 1..-::iO') nib* filed dis- ■■ i j• t f.-i v. )t!i tusttllictcnt ir.-f ans of "■■! ’it wao riven a Aaiif.' to get at ..y ■" to' count, w th- Megan rale enter- - ■; ' nv.'ction, an'! wtUMuy him to come ”ji nr .1 n:<-;;ct' if calh d u ; o >!). U - ■ i ‘-1 ■<, 1.. . ■ ’! noF. Collins ;M' It v n.i «an e : s;:! ; r < i v. ith having <lnnv a. i■’ -t vi•.'in j.'.d a inaii'if lin (valued at '' Ca - . - . —'l he facts stated by (c ;-d t :v» I'.iiy that the darna’a V'a.-; done a; a dam--.*.—Mr Irvin said. ! ■ ■ !r,d %. mot ike. u hkh would be ■’■.-I -fiv.Tfd when they cot to Lawrence.—? od;n;t vas remanded to appear at 1., v -nrc on Wednesday. lia'l being fixed—.•'•lf in £SO and two e-tics of £2o each. Kx’wivc Speed.—Robert. S. Blade did no! ap; car to answer s charge of riding ;t moior cede .-.i** ivc speed—4o miles l! • was !». Booth ])]■ adc-d nut guilty to bavin.; dCv-ii :\ motor car round the comer of l*j ii • «;s street into the Octagon at a pace g; t c-r than four miles.—Defendant, giv insr evidence, said that his - speedonu-u r ctitly registered after five miles an hour, and lie. wae within the by-law speed.— ■lost l b Boebuck fan engineer who was travelling with defendant! said the car wis at about four miles.—Defendant convicted and fined 5s and costs (15s). By-la >vr. —John Black, lor' leaa-inc avehicle unattended, was fined 5b and' cct. - ,.; (7s).— —Two boys were fined each 5e an ! rests i 7?) for casting offensive matter in Bond street. Default of Service—John 'Yates was charged with failing to render the personal service required by the Defence Act. He did not appear, and was fined £2 and cfx-ts (7s).

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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