RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT.
Tuesday, 4th November. (Before Mr F. Gniness, R.M.) cxvu, CASES. Fowlery. Baker—Claim, £2 2s 9d. Plaintiff nonsuited, the summons having been served on the wrong person. Deacon v, Moffat—Claim, £8 9s 4d, for wages due for work done sod fencing. .Defendant denied liability, inasmuch as he had not engaged plaintiff, and the work was not done satisfactorily. He allowed there was possibly a balance due oh the work, but it was due to Bennison, who had engaged plaintiff. The case was adjourned to allow defendant au opportunity of producing further euidence, the amount claimed and costs to be paid into Court meanwhile.
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