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  6. WHAT IS A PRIVATE HOSPITAL?

    Chief - inspector Rider proceeded against Ellen Cox for being the occupier of a house at 2 Claremont-street, South Yarra, other than an institution ...

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  7. OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOUR.

    Robert Bowman, a young fellow, for offensive behaviour in Chapel-street, on Wednesday evening, while he was under the influence of liquor, ...

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  8. WENT IN FOR A DRINK.

    Inspector Hartshorn proceeded against Leonard Whitney and Francis John Cawley for being on licensed premises after hours. Constable Pitt stated ...

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  9. BEFORE THE COURTS.

    Before Messrs. Mackinnon (chairman) Major Clipperton, Captain Russell and Mr. Walker, J.'sP. TELEPHONE MESSAGE COSTS ...

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  10. NON-VACCINATION.

    Bertram H. Bowe was fined 40s. for not having his child vaccinated. ...

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  11. HANDLED THE REINS LOOSELY.

    Constable Power charged Pichar Hearne with negligently driving a milk cart in Dandenong-road on the 27th October. He was lying on his ...

    Article : 41 words
  12. St. Kilda.

    Before Messrs. Rowan (chairman), Levi, Smithwick and Willis. J.'sP. Thomas Sheldon was fined 2s. 6d., with 2s. 6d. costs, for having no light ...

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  13. QUESTION OF NOTICE.

    Arthur Daniels sued Frank Eyre for £2 2s., one week's wages, in lieu of notice. Mr. Nigan appeared for the defence. Plaintiff gave evidence that ...

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  14. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15

    Before Messrs. Stedeford (Chairman Allen, Martin, Smithwick and Mahony J.'sP. ...

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  15. Malvern.

    Charles Hall was charged with neglecting to furnish a return of his income for the year ending December 21, 1911. Defendant pleaded guilty, ...

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  16. NON-VACCINATION.

    Arthur Sullivan and John Macnams a were each fined 30/- for not having their children vaccinated. ...

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  17. FALSE DECLARATIONS.

    Caroline M. Allea and Benjamin E. George were charged with obtaining monthly tickets from Rippon L[?] to Prabran by making false declarations that ...

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  18. ATTEMPT TO STEAL A MOTOR CAR.

    A youth named Norman McDonald was charged with attempting to steal a motor car the property of the London and Liver pool [?]curance Co., valued at £350 Mr. ...

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  19. DEBT.

    E. Eskstein proceeded against G. P. Burrows to recover for £2 2s 6d., goods told and delivered, and money lent. Mr. Sheppard, for complainant, and ...

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  20. VACCINATION.

    W. B. Morton, G. A. B. Schultze. and A. Woolford were each hued 40s for neglecting to have their children vaccinated. ...

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  21. A SUIT CASE.

    Rupert Phillipi sued the Windsor Tailoring Co. for the return of £3 7s. 6d., the price of a suit of clothes which it was alleged was not made to fit, and ...

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  23. MAINTENANCE.

    Antonio Police was charged with failing to comply with an order, made on the 13th June, l910, to pay the sum of 7s. 6d. per week for the support of his ...

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  24. MATRIMONIAL.

    Maude [?]ma Clark proceeded against her husband, John Clark, for maintenance. He did not appear, but it was stated that defendant, a carter, gave ...

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  25. A YOUNG COUPLE—PARTED.

    Daphne Mary Isabella Hallihan, who was represented by Mr. Nigan proceeded against her husband, Thomas G. Halh[?]ian. for maintenance. ...

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  27. ITEMS.

    The charge against James Miller of negligently driving was withdrawn by Sub-inspector Crowe, as defendant had been committed for trial on a more ...

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  28. Caulfield.

    Before Messrs. Lloyd (Chairman), Long, and McGanu, J.'sP. ...

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  30. RAILWAY CASE.

    James Th[?]mas was charged with travelling from Melbourne to Caulfield on an expired ticket. Porter O'Connor said that on the 16th ...

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  31. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14.

    Before Messrs. Chambers (chairman), Flintoft, Wallis, Tyner, and Captain Russell, J.'sP. ...

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  32. MOTOR ACCIDENT.

    Harold Sampson, 221 Dandenong-road, East St. Kilda, was charged with negligently driving a motor car in Chapel-street on the 3Oth October, and ...

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  34. MOTOR CASE.

    William E Lea was charged with negllgeutly driving a motor car is Brighton Road, Elsternwick, on the night of the £6th ult. The evidence of George Wright ...

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