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MAGISTERIAL.

ABHBUKTON—THURSDAY(Before Mr 0. a. Wray, R.M.) [ BOROUGH Bx" LAWS. B. Oullen was onar^eu, tbat being th owner of a cab. be had oarrled pssseogara for pigment without being duly Iloenaed to do ao. — It appeared that tbe defendant drove an express waggon and not a oab, and as tbe by-law drew a distinction between these two kinds of vehicle the Magistrate dismissed the case. UNATTENDED. J, McOrenor, was oharged with leaving a team of three borres unattended. The case was adjourned for a week. OIVIL OASES. T. H. Z mob v F Ferriman, olalm £19 10). Mr Oathbertson for plaintiff, Mr Purnell for defendant. This was a claim on aooouot of damage alleged to have been caused to an engine hired by defendant from plaintiff. Bvldenoe was led as to tbe oondition of tbe engine when Zouoh took delivery from Fertiman — Mr Purnell submitted that plaintiff must be nooaulted on tbe ground that the only Interest he had In the engine was the canity of redemption. The mortgagee should have been joined lv tbe suit.— The Magistrate did not agree with the ooatenllon — Bvldenoe was led for tho defenoetoahow that the engine was m a dilapidated state generally when It was taken delivery of from Zouoh, aod that all reasonable oare had bean taken. The Magistrate stated that the evidence was ooitffcting, and gave judgment fur £7 10a and oosts, Inoludlng £1 li solicitor's fee.

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MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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