» MBTHVEN—MONDAY. (Before Messrs Chapman and Cameron J.P.s) CIVIL OASES. Patton v Gctnnoe), claim £2 6> 63, on judgment summons. Order made for ptyment In a month, In default one tmnth'n Imprisonment. Rouse v Simmonds, claim £1 17a Id, Mr Ouihbertson for plaintiff. Judgment for amount olalmed with cost*. Oarpendale v MoUrenor, Mr Crisp for ; plaintiff, Mr Oathbertson for defendant This was a olaim for £4 9 1 for goods sold | and delivered. The defence was that the i whole amount bad been paid with the ' exception of 7a 6d which defend tut paid i Into Court. After a lengthy hearing, i judgment was given for 15 1, m addition i to the amount paid Into Court without ' OOBts. ' Patton v Smart, oltlm £7 4s Id on a 1 judgment summons. Mr Oothbertsoo ' for defendant. The defendant did not , attend and Mr Outhbertion objeotad to \ the oase being beard In bis absence, as I ooudaot money hid not been tendered. . The Benoh upheld the objection and adpurned the oase for a month. i i— *— — — ■— — — i
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