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MONDAY. Before Colonel GUTHRIE and Mr LEWELLEN WuOD. EXEMPTION FROM VACCINATION. James Hutton applied for an ord..r of exemption from vaccina'ion on the ground that such was dangerous to the health of his child, Arthut Gilbert Hutton.âIt was granted. OFFENCE UNDER THE EDUCATION ACT. W. Williams, newsagent, Thou) Pson-street, was charged with an offence contrary to Section 5 of the Education Act by employing a boy named David Morgan, aged 10 years, to sell newspapers during school hours on the 12th ult, The case having been proved, defendant was fined 10s. SCHOOL BOARD PROSECUTIONS. G. Hearson was cited to appear before the magistrates to answer for his boy's irregular attendance at school, but he did not appear, and the case was adjourned for a month. The following parties were fined for the same (iffence :-James Brown, 5s; Maurice Cotty, William Reanie, and Mrs Fred Bayward, 2a 6d and Joseph Potter, 5s. LIGHTLESS RIDERS. Arthur Hainmond pbaded guilty to riding a bicycle on the highway after sunset, the same being insufficit ntly illuminated, ai d was fined 2s 6d and James Taylor and Frank Stafford were both driving Vt hides ou ths highway after sunset in the same condition, and a fine of 58 each was imposed. DOGS ALLOWED TO TAKE A STROLL. The following ratepayers allowed their dogs to take a strollâa very natural thing for a dogâ without hen g dre,se(i, as appl ov( riljy Mr Long's depaitment, ai d were mulcted in various amounts; -chai-Its liatbertou, ce Gtwge Baksr, 6t; Wm Bushell, 5s Edward Jenkius, 7s 6d WalliiNash 5s Charles Spratt, 7s 6d Henry Harford, 5s,; Noah Trenchard, 5s Mrs Fouracres, 5s John Spickett, 58. THREE BOGUS TRAVELLERS. Daniel Ponting, Richard Evans, and Wm Allen, all of the labouring persuasion, were found to have falsely pretended to be bona fide travellers on the 17tb ult.-David Gibbon, mine host of the Red Lion, Bonvilstone, served the trio during prohibited hours, who represented themselves to have come fiom Won voo. -Police-sergeant White having given evidence, defendants were each fined 10s, or seven days.âThe fines were paid. A ROW IN OUR STREET. Mary Ann Caldicott, who explained, during many evidences of a sensitive nature, that she was the mother of 13, absolutely denied that she used language other than what was becoming in a mother of 13 in Holton-road on the 21st ult. Police-constables Harl is and Welsby were at great pains to convince the magistrates the other way, and they succeeded, for notwithstanding the evidence of Thomas Radford in Mrs Caliicoit's favour that lady was fined 5s. WOULD NOT OBEY THE BARMAN. James Diiscoll did not refuse to quit the Victoria Hotel when asked to do so by Police- constable Bcothby on the 21st, although the bar- man had asked him in vain. Having complied with the policeman's ultimatum Driscoll was told he was free. PEOPLE WE COULD WELL SPARE FOR THE WAR. A number of ladies and gentleman behaved in a disorderly manner while being drunk in various parts of the district, although it would be well if some ancient statute could be unearthed so as to to enable the Bench to dispaich some of these people to the front. They were Mary Jaue Skeppard, for whose appearance a warrant was issued, and also for Eliz beth Wooiacott aud GeOige Bi-ker. Gtorge Fisher, 5a; the same to Thomas Jackson and Hemy Huleuian; Joseph Bibby, 7s 6d likewise John Matthew, Robert Macdougal, and William Wood, Thomas Brown getting off with a fine of 2s 6d.

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