POLICE COURT. THIS DAY.
Wednesday, July 13. — Before C. E. Kawßin, ttq., R.M. FALSE REPRESENTATIONS. Llewellyn William Moore, alias Bevan, was charged upon warrant with obtaining n benefit from Chas. Painp, at Normanby, on June 6. On the application of Sergeant Duffin the accused waa remanded till Thursday to liawera. ANOTHEB CASE. W. Oliphert was charged with obtaining board under false pretences from E. Newand. Accused pleaded not guilty, and stated that he had made no false representations; and that he was a representative of the Press from Wellington. Sergeant Duffin explained the circumstances, and stated that the accused had left Mr. Newland's on Tnepday morning, and was arreßted at Ngaire this morning. Accused had walked there. In reply to the Bench, the accused said that he was a "remittance " man. His Worship said he wonld remand the accused from week to week, to give him on opportunity to pay the money, with an alternative of a month's hard labor. Accused elected to take the imprisonment, and was sentenced accordingly.
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