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MANUFACTURER S ROAH]) I

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MANUFACTURER S ROAH]) .£:100 FINE AND A MONTH'S IM- PRISONMENT. A case of food hoarding was heard by the Sheffield magistrates, when Joseph Albert Hill, a well-known steel manufacturer, and William Edward Cooper, hiiR secretary, were charged with acquiring large quantities of goods, including 520 lbs. of tea. lewt. of rice, 30 stones of flour.v 34 tins of milk. 31 bottles of soup, 10 tins of pineapple 12 tins of plums, 32 tins of pears, 22 tins of peaches, 40 this of apricots, 341b. of marmalade .and 4 .11). of ton go, besides many other things. The defor.ee was that Hill obtained the goods in the ordinary way for the purpose of providing dinners and teas for his staff, and that they wmlldl be used in the ordinary way. Tlie Bench eliminated the tea from their decision, accepting an explanation that it was acquired before the date named in the charge. They fired de- fendants 9100 o-ioh a'so sentenced Hill to one month's imprisonment in the second division. Notice of appeal was given.

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