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SUPREME COURT.

JUDGMENTS DELIVERED

(Per Press Association.)

! CHRISTCHURCH, February 9. At the Supreme Court on Saturday morning judgment was delivered by his Honour Mr Justice Denniston m cases in which decision had been reserved. Mills v. McWilliams.

, John Mills (Mr Brown) v. John !McWilliams (Mr Raymond), an .action in respect to the alleged ; termination of a contract entered into by, plamtitt with the Public Works Department torcarting'.in connection with the i^alce Coleridge electric power plant. -rius Honour held that the contract -had not been ternmated, and gave judgment for the defendant, with costs on the middle scale. Maude and Bailey v. Creswell.

In thei case Thomas Maude^; and Arthur Bailey (Mr Raymond, X.0.) v. Walter Joseph Cresswell (Mr Hoskmg, X.C), a claim for a.division or the difference between £20,925 and £18;63O, and a counter-claim by the defendant by division on a different basis of computation, the. transactions arising out of a lease of land from the plaintiffs to defendant, judgment was given for the defendant on the claim, with costs, ancF on the counterclaim without costs.

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SUPREME COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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SUPREME COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8789, 9 February 1914

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