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i Bigamy. —At Oamaru, yesterday, Henry Chariton, charged with bigamy, was dismissed, as there were no witnesses in the colony to his first marriage, which was solemnised in England. The Boojttm and Sir Donald Collision.—At Napier, yesterday, Judge Kenny intimated that the Union Steamship Company had refused to pay the costs as ordered by the Court of Inquiry re the Boojum and Sir Donald collision. He also stated that there was a question as to whether the Court had power to make the order against the Union Company, who were not officially before the Court, but he would like to hear arguments from the counsel engaged. Finally Tuesday was fixed for argument, Mr Lascelles, who appeared for the Company at t!he inquiry, intimating that he would not not be present, as his presence would be admitting that the Union Company was concerned; which he denied in toto - Gazette in Bankruptcy. V. jgOgffi R. "VTOTIOE— The Ashburton Guardian b. a Gazette for all notices under the Debtomand^Oreditor^ ERIENDLY SOCIETIES’ ACT, 1878, ■' on Side at the Office of this Paper;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881