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COUNTY POLICE COURT. I SATURDAY.—Before Mr. Trelawny, the Hon. Ceca T. Parker, Col Evans-Lloyd, Messrs. R. T. Riohardson, John M. Frost and William Williams. CONFLICTING EVIDENCE.-William S. Garner, fruiterer, George-street, was summoned at the instance of the police for working a mare in an unfit condition on the 11th inst. Evidence was given by Sergeant Jackson and P.C. Mighall to the effect that the mare was on the Hoole-road attached to a greengrooer'a cart. It wae lame on the near fore leg and the fetlock joint was inflamed.-Inr;pector Hustwayte corroborated a6 to the condition of the animal.—Mr. Morgan, for the defence, said the maro was aged and stiff. It was not suffering pain.—Defendant gave evidence, and Mr. H. H. Aldred, veterinary Burgeon, deposed to examining the mare on the 14th int. and forming the opinion that the mare was perfectly fit to work. There was no sign of lameness on either of the foro legs, and no sign of treatment of either leg.—Owing to the conflict- ing evidence the Bench gave defendant the benefit of the doubu and dismissed the case.

COLLEGE ROWING CLUB.

SALE OF WORK AT HOOLE. ♦—-

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