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LAW NOTICES.

DISTRICT COURT.—To-morrow.

(Before His Honor Judge Ward.) civil cases. C. Lake v. McKerrow—Claim L 55 16s 3d; work done and buggy hire incurred therein. Messrs Foster and Wilding for the plaintiff, and Messrs Branson and Purnell for the defendant. Michael McAvey v. Mount Somers Road Borrd. —Claim, LIBB JBs; work and labor done. Mr. O’Reilly for the plaintiff, Messrs Branson and Purnell for the defendants.

E. Lucas v. Sutherland.—Claim L2OO ; value of horses sold under agreement. Mr Burgess for the plaintiff, and Messrs Branson and Purnell for the defendant. Trustee in Harold’s estate v. Bluett.— Claim, LIOO ; damages for illegal seizure of cattle. Messrs Branson and Purnell for the plaintiff, and Mr Izard for the defence. Freidlander Bros. v. H. Mbffatt Claim, LlB5 4s ; goods sold and delivered. Messrs Branson and Purnell for the plaintiff. In Bankruptcy. In re H. C. Williamson. —Mr O’Reilly to make application for an order on the debtor to show cause why he should not be adjudicated a bankrupt. Messrs Branson and Purnell opposing. In re Mr Pauling.—Application for an order of discharge. Messrs Branson and Purnell representing the debtor. In re H. McCutcheon. —Application for an order of discharge. Mr Crisp representing the debtor.

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LAW NOTICES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 310, 4 April 1881

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LAW NOTICES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 310, 4 April 1881

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