Nawek, September 8. Willoughby Brassey, a solicitor, was to=day charged with obtaining money under false pretences from Percy &. Herman, The case was remanded, Brassey being released on bail, Wanuanui, September 8. A man named Thorbum is misaing since Friday from his sister's house at Upokengaro. He was suffering from a relapse of la grippe, and was very despondent. Fears are entertained of his safety. Invercargill, September 8. A meeting of the creditors of J. D. Moore, sawmiller, now cleric, formerly of Hokifcika, was held to-day, bub none j attended. The statement showed the liabilities to be £115, assets £10 worth of furniture. The debtor attributed his position to the expense of removals, loss by the mill at Hokitika, and travelling for a firm on insufficient expenses. The Deputy-Assignee expressed the opiniqn that a man earning £'£} a week shoujd not pome to the Court seeking relief from small liabilities to tradesmen. The debtor said he had paic| off £20 during the past year, but his creditors would not wnjt,
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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890
INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2513, 9 September 1890
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