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ANTI-VACCINATION. Miss Jeaaie Craigen and a few friends conducted as anti-vaceioation demonstration on Tuesday night at Stratford; the occasion being the sale of some goods belonging to a blacksmith named Goulding, who was summoned for neglecting to have his chil- dren vaccinated. Goulding was ordered to have the inoculation performed, and condemned to pay the costs of the proceedings, which amounted to 19s. 6d. He refused to do so. He was again summoned for neglecting to comply with the orders made on him, and he was fined 10s. and the costs in each of the cases. The magistrate said he would hold over the penalty if the defendant would promise to have his children vaccinated within 14 days but Goulding refused to do so. Some of his goods were consequently seized to cover coats, and taken to the auction-rooms in The Grove, Stratford. They were sold on Tuesday night, Miss Craigen taking advan- tage of the occasion to visit Stratford and distribute bill. headed, Robbery by Act of Parlia- ment." In these bills Misa Craigen announced that she had come to buy the goeda. She did so and the goods were at once handed over to her and put into a van, from which a Miss Symea and Miss Craigen addressed about 200 people on the alleged evils of compulsory vaccination. At the conclusion of Miss Onigaaf address a band, which accompanied ber to the auction-rooma, struck up a lively tune, and marched away towards Wansteaa Flats in front of the van containing the distrained furniture, after which followed Misa Craigen and other ladies in a brougham.






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