ASHB ORTOS— THURSDAY. (Before Mr O; A. Wray, R.M.) ! CIVIL OASES , Jai. McDona'd v S. Thompson, oUlm £1. Judgment for plaintiff by default for the amount claimed and cosis. R Norilah v W. Oandy, claim £3 3i 8d on a jadgment summons. Mr Onthbertson for judgment creditor. Tbo Magistrate delayed truklrg an order for three months, with a view to the oase being eottled In ihe moartlm?. O. O'Connor v Co'datream Road BoarJ, claim £43 9>. Mr Orlop for plaintiff, Mr Pornell sor defendant. The claim was for a balanoe alleged to be due on aoonant of certain road work done by pl»U>t ff for the defendant Board. For the defence It was shown that the work had not been completed to the Rttsfaotion rf the ovorieer, who had withheld his ce<tifio»te.— Plaintiff was non-tuited with oosts. Tb» Court then rose.
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