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LAW AND POLICE.

POLICE COURT. —Saturday. [Before Dr. (files, H.M.J DuuNKKNN'iiss. —Francis Albert Warner and Joseph Williams were filie' 1 10s and costs each, or, in default:, 21 hours imprisonment. Lakckny.—Michael Kioly was charged that, on June 17, lie did feloniously steal one quilt and one petticoat, of the value of 15s, the property of Jane Grogan. Jane Grogan deposed that defendant was a lodger at her house in Hepburn-street. oFriday she left the house at eleven o'clock in" the morning, and on returning at six o'clock in the evening she missed the articles in question. Accused stated that he had pawned the articles before in order to raise a little money temporarily, lie fully intended to redeem the articles. Dr. Giles said that, after the evidence, he could nob convict defendant. Defendant had pawned goods before, and when the defendant brought them back, the informant was satisfied, lie therefore discharged the defendant.

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LAW AND POLICE., New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 8909, 20 June 1892

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LAW AND POLICE. New Zealand Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 8909, 20 June 1892

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