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TE KARAKA COURT.

■■- '.■■,,;,., , „***,.. n '■'.'►*■ *T!lje jfnohthly .silting Oi the Magis- ' tide's 1 tfpiji't at Te' K'aiaka. concluded I_|4 V,yester.day: afternoon, the sitting }iayii>_;,Jas f ted' two. days. The following busiiiesslvW.^s de^lt with' : — Crin^ai^-^l^plice^'v. *i;V T. Cassidy, .charge-ot- : beiiig;. touhd on * licensed premises, after, hours. Mr Burnard appear--ed fdr^jtefendaifc, . who ' pleadeo: pot guilty*!" "After hearing evidence,; deiendaiit jSta^g^he went to the hotel >to seea maji- about, horses 1 , His Worship con-, eluded . thai defendant was on the pre-* ipises without- sufficient excuse, and. a tine i of.t'Jßl and costs, .'was, imposed. I Police : !v. Bernard. Reed,- summons to ha.ve,^nfii'eased the .amount; ordered-, to^ be • p*fM <> ioi' the maintenance of defend-"" ant's . son tip tlie .- Wei'aroa Training•Farm**".* Order made amount _icreaseai from 7s ioilOs- a* week. Police v. Pera Harong^J.'for- contribution towards the maintenance of defendant's son- m the same. farm. Order that he contribute 10s » week.-- Police v. Carl Ernie Evinson, ior failing to comply with ah order to v maintain his children in' the Industrial Sc-liooU«..fc Defendant sentenced to four months*" imprisonment, warrant to be, suspended provided defendant- paid £4 5s immediately and £5 a month until the arrears are paid: * ' Civil ' matters : — Judgment fros given, for plaintiff by default m the following cases-: — George Henry Williams (Mr Dawson) v. Wharepapa £2 15s, with costs 4JT' Ss r ; H. J. Andrew' (Mr- Burnard) v; Samuel' Pera' £6 '9s and costs £1 BR'6d;; same y; Rawa £3 6s 3d and costs £H7si6dj Alexander Halket (MrBurnard)' v.-'HOBkins, Cooke, Hindrup, 1 and Home, -£53 and costs' '£& 10s j A. Mockay- (Mm. Coleman) v.- John Hall -£6?<7s''6d v and costs £1 13s 6d;:'Axel^' Jai'lo.v- ; (Mr Dawson) 'v. Peacookel and Co. (Mr Burnard' claim for £10J>: for alleged breach of contract for cutting timber,' -and cbvmter'-claiia for HVi'T 10s 6d -for damages alleged to have been catised "through Jarlov's negligence while carrying on the contract. After hearing' considerable . evidence His Worship > reserved judgment. Orders 1 were mode /or immediate 1 payment m the followif)j* judgment summons cases:-— -A. Wilkinson (Mr Burnard) ' v. H!ori Muia, £4 3? ;6d, or four days' ' imprisonment ; Poole amd" Gregbry : (Mr Btttnard) v. ftihi; £l4 9g, or 14 days imprisonment; Carpenter's Union (Mr Burnard' y. John Stvahstoh '£# lis 6d or '3 days imprisonment f'Peaeocke and Co. (Mr Burnard) v. A. : Ni6hoTsori Ti £oßlßs6d. After hearing evidence of defendant the summons was. dismissed.' '■'■;;,

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TE KARAKA COURT., Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLIII, Issue 13901, 26 January 1916

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TE KARAKA COURT. Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XLIII, Issue 13901, 26 January 1916

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