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DISTRICT COURT—Monday. (Before His Honor Judge Ward.) CIVIL CASE. Charles Lake v. McKerrow & Co.— Claim L 55 16s 3d. Messrs Foster and Wilding for the plaintiffs, and Messrs Branson and Purnell for the defence. IN BANKRUPTCY. Applications for orders of discharge.—: jRe Henry Godfrey (Mr Purnell), Quinton Brothers (Mr O’Reilly), C. R. Harold (Mr Crisp), Francis Black (Mr Crisp). For order for costs. —Re H. C. Williamson (Mr O’Reilly), John M'Connell (Mr Branson), W. Lawry and Son (Mr Crisp). Application for an order of adjudication. —Be W. Sutherland (Thomas and Bruges). PROBATE. In the estate of \V. Stalker, deceased. Mr Branson to apply for letters of administration.

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LAW NOTICES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 362, 4 June 1881

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LAW NOTICES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 362, 4 June 1881

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