Etc. -- Morley Hall defaulted on military service
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A lightly edited transcription of page 1 article in the 10 Jul 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer.


Rather that serve a term of four months imprisonment, Morley R. Hall of Courtland paid $250 and costs at Magistrate Gunton's court here on Monday.

He came to town on Monday, 30 Jun 1919, and surrendered himself. He was remanded on bail of $1,000, his father going security.

He pleaded guilty of defaulting military service when called upon 5 Jan 1918. Had kept out of the way till hostilities were over, spending his time in the West or over the border.

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