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THE GISBORNE TROU !

ONE MAN BEFORE THE COURT. STRONG MAGISTERIAL COMMEXT. GIBBORNB, January 2. James Bianco, for wilfully damaging a pane oj glaas in eonnectioi, with Thursday Eight's rai.i, was fm#d £3 and costt in the Police Court to-day. H© wag alio charged with inciting other pewon* to breal *nd enter, and was fined £5 and costs, , The Magistrate said tha attack on inoffensive citizens was mist cowardly, and was'-oeitaialv not the conduct of Britishers. H© hail not for a moment thought that m*u in this town xroviii haw acted in this wav. Hft g»v« the community credit ior bitter «et«ffi. Proceedings against other* nr& likely to follow.

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THE GISBORNE TROU!, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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THE GISBORNE TROU! Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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