WELLb v.*MoOaLLUM. [bpeoial to "Guardian."] Oamaku, September 12. > The oase A. J). Wells v McCMlutn and 00. , was commenced m the Fupreme Court i to-day, before Mr Justioe Williams The , claim was for £1000 compensation for i breaoh of agreement. Sir R. Stout api peared for the plaintiff ; Mr Chapman, of i Dunedin, with Messrs Hislop and Creagh , Oamaru, for defendants. A! Bpeoial jury . of twelve waß empannelled. ; Ths evidence showed that plaintiff was ; engaged by letter In April last to act as ' manager at Oamaru foi defendants, at a > salary of £4 10* per weak, with a bonus 1 of 2£ per ojnt en the pr< fits and £75 to be 1 allowed to recoap the oost of his removal ] from Ashbarton to Oamara. The term ; of engagemeut was: 2J yeors. | The defendants tiUege that plaintiff j acted Incompetently m the management , of the Ashburton branoh; that sums 1 received, while having been paid Into tbe i firm's apooiiut. bad not been orealted.to . thn parties paying them ; also that plain* . tff misappropriated a private letter sent '.o Mr Sandoreon, the firm's then manager , at Oamatu, and sip nod "J.GR" Bo far only the evidence m chief of the . plaintiff has boon taken, and the charges , against him appear to have been oletrly > explained. Tho oroßsexamlnatlon follows I after the lonohoon adjournment.
Permanent link to this item
SUPREME COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889
SUPREME COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889
Using This Item
See our copyright guide for information on how you may use this title.