RAKAIA—MONDAY. (BeforeMessrs C. A.-O. Hardy, W. L. ; Allen and E. S. Costor, J.Fs.) » BREACH OP LICENSING ACT.' I Police vA. 0. P. Knyrett, adjourned f hearing. This case was further adjourned r at the request of the police' tilHMonday !■'■ 26th. ... ;- CrVIL CASES; •'•'"' '-*■''- : McDowell v Knyvett, claim for goods supplied, £19 9s 2d. Mr Outhbertson' appeared for plaintiff. No^ appes'rance of defendant. Judgment for full amount, with costs and solicitor's fee. Stringfellow v. Todd, : claim ' 24s for depasturing two cows for twelve weeks. After hearing a good- deal of evidence judgment was given for'lßs, ,the\Bench being of opinion that Stringfellow was badly treated, as he had done a kind and ': neighborly act in permitting Tbdd to. run " -the~cuws in lua ysAAxxks7~~~~TT~~~^fX7 ;■ J . Several other, cases^ were settled,oijt of '- Court. -• ." " . . ,": :',";'*;;
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MAGISTERIAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890
MAGISTERIAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2434, 20 May 1890
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