(Before Mr 0. A. Wray R.M )
A first offender wae fiaed 5s with the usual alternative.
J. M. Tweed for having been the owner of two unregistered, dogs was fined 10 j fot eaoh dog (
Norrlah v John Pauling, oUtm £3 17a 9J. Mr Outhberteon for plaintiff. Jndgment fqr plaintiff by default. John Ore and Co v K. Lovetr, olaim £2 11s 44, Judgment for plaintiff by default. John Ore and Oo v J. Brfolc, olalra £6 Ob 6 1. Judgment for plaintiff by default. L. Rattray v H. Cashmere, olaim £3 17a 7d. Judgment for plaintiff by default. Norrlah v Galiaway, olaim £5 61 4d, Mr Outhberteoa tor plaint ff, Mr O»yglll for defendant. The olaim wa« for bntohsr'i meat euppljad and the defence wai that p'.alntlfFa plg« had treipassed on defendant's land and had caused damage to a considerable extent, whefeopoa it had been agreed to net one olaim "again it the other, Judgment wai given for the plaloilff, the Magistrate saving that It would atill be open to defendant to proceed with an aotlon for the damage caused him by plaintiff's plge. ' The Court; then role.
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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 30 May 1889
MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 30 May 1889
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