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#- CITY TOUCH CO CRT. :Before H. Y. Widd.-wsom I-:,.-,., S..\r. ; Drunkenness.—Mic-hfcc! Anderson was fir.t-d 20s or teven days' imorisomnent: James Dillon 10s or 24' hour,;; and a first f'fffp.iier 7s or 24 Ivut-. Obscene Language.—lihristma A'idied charged with. drunkennesr., and al.-o with vsirii; nbseeno language.—The .Sr-tiiur Sergeant ?a;d that the woman resisted violently. She used filthy language, and apart from that. !ier conduct in High street was veiy bad indeed. Siv' was a violent woman, and tho very worst he had ever known. She had an extremely had record, and lu.d only been released from gaol. —Accused was fined 20* or three days on the rirrt char.,r, and sentenced to one month's imprisonment on the second.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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