RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
ASHBURTON. — To-Dat.
(Before MrJ. N.' Wood. R.M.) , CIVIL CASES. .
Kellas v. Morgan—Claim for wages, Ll2 3s ~4d., Mr Branson fpr plaintiff. Plaintiff sworothat he was now poundkeeper at Mount Somers, and was previously working for defendant. No agreement wa« mftde about the rate of wages; ThO work seas worth LI per week. That wiw the rate at whiph that sort of Work paifl. Npyer told Morgan T. bad fa|len oui with my son-in-law, and that ! wanted •Some place to go to. Defendant* had pay two bills of mine, but hedid hot .pay either Of therft. •• A witness named Bolton gave corroborating,'Evidence. LI per week was a rather High, rate of wages. The Bench gave a verdict for LBlss, withcPßts L2 Is. i Jonesv.Keliy—Claim foe L 9 10s. !Mr O’Reilly for defendant. Adjourned for a w'trek/a material witness not being pre-senfc-j. : . -:::(«.•»■ ~~.--.it - •„ ’ > M'Rae v. Hicks—Claim L 8 17s'j id.*' Verdict for amount, with cpstsTls. Thomson ;y. Martin—No appearance.* Struck icmjb, 7 ; De Lorev.Wall —Noappearance. Struck :.?#•/ •- I • 'Wallace Scarlett—No appearance. ■Struckput.- ■. • ' • • ThoCourtthen adjourned. :
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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881
RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 396, 15 July 1881
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