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The cases set down for hearing at the District Court on Thursday, before Judge Ward, are as follows : Fergus v. Peter, claim L 195 19s. 2d., value of wheat and oaten sheaves.

Luscombe v. Grigg, claim L 35 Bs. 6d., for work and labor done. , E. G Wright v. James Fletcher, claim L2OO, instalment of purchase money of two hundred acres of land, payable under agreement on January 3rd, 1880. J. Stalker v. Megson, claim L 123 IGs. Bd., for threshing. In bankruptcy—Applications for ! discharge of C. B. M. Branson, J. Moore, J. Bayliss, H. Redfern, W. and C. Basely. Re William Frisby, Mr. Branson will apply for an order for payment of costs out of the estate. ' I , :

Be Maclean and Winter. Mr. Purnell applies for an order declaring the complete execution of the deed of ; arrangement.

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DISTRICT COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 126, 15 July 1880

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DISTRICT COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 126, 15 July 1880

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