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THE COURTS-TO-DAY

CITY POLICE COUNT. (Before Messrs IT. E._Mn;ler and M. Fraer. justices.) Drunkenness.—Two first, offenders were fined 5s each, in default- 24 hours' imprisonment.—Another, n female, was convicted and discharged, the condition being that she pay hospital expense? incurred (15s), in default three days' imprisonment. Chinaman's Alleged Theft.—Young To (Mr iSctirr) was rhr.rged that on or about 30th December he did .'teal goods valued at £lO 17s, the property of V. V. liayne.— He was remanded" to appear before, a Magistrate to-morrow, bail being fixed, self in £25 and one surety of the same amount. By-laws. —William Baillie, for suffering the xhimney of his residence, to be afire, was fined Is and costs (9s). Robert Jury, for driving without a light, was fined 5s and costs. Breach of Prohibition.—Sophia Scott was charged with procuring liquor during the currency of a prohibition order, and Peter Greig with assisting her to drink liqucr.—These cases were adjourned till Monday. All Adjourned.—Owing to the fact thata Magistrate was required to deal with them, the following cafes were adjourned : —Edward Searl, keeping a shop open on Sunday for purposes of trade; Gladys Grace," selling milk containing water ; Albert Payne, selling liquor without a, license.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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