♦ ■ — ASHBURTON— TH (7RSD AT. (Before Me 0. A. Wray R.M) DROBKSHNEBS, A first offender irw fined 6s and ooats, with the alternative of 24 boars Imprisonment, CIVIL OASES J, Heseltlne v R. W. Wnllburton, olatm £1 2t 6i. Defendant bad paid the amount less coots, and j idgraznt was glren for these. J.Orr and Oo v Gnstavus Fox, eMm £4 11 41. Judgment for plaintiffs by default; for amount claimed and costs. T O' Brlen v Donald Oameron, claim £4 2»—fllr Wildbgfor defendant. The oUim was for wa^jen alleged to be doe. l From iha evidence it appeared that plitiutiff had been engsped *■ a packer and oook to rouiterorn for the aoaaon. It was shown that plaintiff waa not entitled to recover. In the first place he had »U9d the wrong person, bringing bis aotioa ogMnit the manager of the station Instead of the owners. He had also broken through his agreement by leaving his vro'k without notice. A great de»l of mirth wai oaaied by plaint fFs behavior m Court and he had to be called to order several times. Judgment was gives for defendant. J. R. Oorrlgan v Jii. Stewart;, olalm £1 9t 4d, for goods rnpplied —Mr Oothbertsonfordefondant. Defendant deiputed several of tbe charges m»de In plain Mfifs aooonot. Judgment for plaintiff for £1 7s and costs. The Court thon rose.
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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889
MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2063, 14 February 1889
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