ASHBURTON— To-day. (Before His Honor Judge Ward.) IN BANKRUPTCY. In re McMaater, a debtor.—Mr O’Reilly appeared for Mr Purnell (prevented from attending through indisposition) to apply for his (Mr Parnell’s) costs to be paid out of the bankrupt’s estate.— Order granted. In re Little.—Mr O’Reilly applied for „n adjournment until next Court day.— Granted. Inre H. Cape-Williamson.—Mr O’Reilly made an application for the affidavit of the bankrupt to be taken off the file, as the statements made therein were recently admitted to bo incorrect. —His Honor said lie could not see how he could make the order, the affidavit having been filed.—Mr O’Reilly said his application was for that order, or such order as his Honor should deem fitting.—His Honor said Mr O’Reilly could lay an information.—Mr O’Reilly did not propose to take that course.—His Honor then remarked that Mr O’Reilly could renew his application for the attachment of trustee, and he would then summon the bankrupt for examination. —Mr O’Reilly intimated that he might do so. This concluded the business, and the Court rose.
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DISTRICT COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 526, 5 January 1882
DISTRICT COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 526, 5 January 1882
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