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Thursday. May 20.
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Crompton & Son, ol Gawler-place. Adelaide, known as the Bunyip Soap Company, appeared to answer a charge made by the Local Board of Health for the district of Woodville of -.vins
allowed their skin and fertiliser works at York , to become in such a state os to be offensive. Mr. i J. T. Mellor appeared for the local board. Fined £1 and costs, £2 16/ in all. Compton & Son
were also charged with havinfr failed to comply , with an order of the Woodville Board of Health > to cause waste from the boiling- of bones to be immediately ploughed or covered in as soon as deposited on the land. The defendants pleaded
guilty and were fined £1 and costs £1 16/, £2 IS/ j in ali _