f ABHBCJRTON— THURSDAY.
(Before Mr O. A. Wr»y, R.M.) DOO REGISTRATION. W. Mooroe, T McQr^ndel', and Ohas. Jeffa were eaoh fioed 10a ior negleoting to regißtee dogs of which they were the owners. CIVIL OASES Aahburton Pabllahlog Oompany v J. G. Mclntosb, claim £8 12< Judgment for plaintiffs by default. S. W. Aloorn v O. Hewelck, claim £4 63 lid. Judgment for plaintiff by defaol-, W, H. Collier v A. W. Hodder, claim £1 lla 4i. Jadgtceit for plaintiff by default. T. and R, Morgan v T. Scott, olaftn h £4 10a 31. Mr Cathbfirtson for plalutiff, Mr Wilding for defendant. This was a claim for goods supplied. The defense was thv.t the gooda had beon supplied to defendant's wife, and that tbe plaintiff had beon noil fied not to supply them. Defendant ewore that he got »U the goods that were required by his family from storekeeper In Ashbarton. Ha had nctlnod plaintiff m writing not to give oredlt to hit wlfd, and he had advertised m iha newspapers >h»t he would not be responsible (or her dabts. Plaintiff non-suited, D. Thomas v J. W. Primmer, olalm £11 1 7a. Judgment for plaintiff ly default. The Court then rowe
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