ASHBURTON— TUESDAY. IN BANKRUPTCY. (Before His Bonor Judge Ward.) fits Bonor *ook bis seat at 2 p.m, Rb AuwttWDßß Peootok Motion for Increased costs —Mr CaygUl for the Asitgnee moved for lnoreaied OOlti to be allowed.— Motion granted. BbXZASZS. A motion was granted releislng the Assignee In a number of estates. Rs Thomas Whiittjigioh. j Ordei for public examination. — Mr CtTfttU for the Assfgnes and creditor?, Mr Ombbtrtson for the bankrupt.— The creditors applied for an order of Imprisonment against the bankrupt nnder seotlon 171 of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, on the ground that the bankrupt could not have had, at the time certain of hie debts were oontraoted. any reasonable or probable gronnd of expectation of being able to pay the same The amounts In respect of which this application was made were m follows :— li Rattray £8 13s 6d ; T. Bullock £1 1" ; J. MoGregor £1 9. 61 ; Pr Tieror 10s; T. Hoult 2«; J. H. Stephens 2s ; 0. W. Baker lls 6i ; A. Harrison £3 7a ; J* W. Baker £2 4i 6a ; 3. Russell £1 2i 6d ; J. Taeker £1 8s 8d ; 0. T. Petrle 3» Id ; R. Norrish £5 Is 9d ; W. Bryant £1 19a 8J ; D. MoFarJane 12s 6d ;R. Aloorn £1 10a 6d ;J. Mc&ee 2s 9d ; J. Quane 7s ; H. M. Jones 8s j Proctor and Co. 15s ; G. W. Andrews £2 4s 6d ; G. Jameson 14s ; John Orr |s6d. Total £34 18s s*. (Left sitting.)
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DISTRICT COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 21 May 1889
DISTRICT COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 21 May 1889
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