LIST OF DIVORCE CASES. The following divorce cases, of which only three will be defended, have been set" down for hearing at the next session of the Supreme Court to be held in Auckland: — DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE. (To be heard before a jury.) !>?lena Ann Clara Taylor (Mr Lundon} v. Henry Siddal Taylor. . Fitzroy Johnson (Mr Dcnniston) v. Margaret Johnson (Mr. Baxter) and Timothy Patrick Ryan, co-respondent (Mr Stilling.i. I Before the Judge alone) Ellen Maris C'nbb. otherwise Wolsford (Dr. Bamford) v. Jamas John Cobb (Mr. Alexander). I Frederick Charles Lees (Mt. Stanton) v. Eva Elizabeth Lees. I Hilda Gertrude Maud Johnston (Mr. A. E. Skeitoni. v. Frederick Johnston. Mildred Radfnrd (Mr. Fitzherbfrt) v. Richard Valentine Radford. John Joseph Strong (Mr. Hall Skeltonl v. Agnes Virginia Strong and Henry Smith, corespondent. • Bertha Grace Ogden (Mr. MowlenO v. William Ashley Ogden. Eliza McMinn- ( ; Mr! Hosking) v. Jauwfl McNlinn. Alice Emily May Aspin (Mr. Singer) v. Robert Aspin. Edith Levenia Binglcy (Mr. Moody! v. Frank Arthur Binglcy. Caroline Louise Creamer I Mr. Hackettl v. Vivian Stanley Creamer. James Armer I Dr. Bamford) v. Isabella Armer and Louis Emmcr3on. corespondent. William George Edge (Mr. Calde.r) v. Ircna Robena Mabel Edge and Harry Morgan, corespondent. Annie Caddcr Graves iMr. Williamson) r. Patrick Graves. Helen Scott I Mr. Reed. K.C.I v. Anindell Freke Scott. Ida Lorrimei-Abbott. (Mr. Reed. K.C.) v. Archibald William John Abbott. Elizabeth-Mary Heyland (Mr. Richmond) v. Arthur Kyffin Heyland. Annie. Wright (Mr. Biemacki) v. James Bonnar Wright. Alexander Archibald Parsons (Mr. Quartley) v. Elizabeth Esther Parsons and Harold Martin, co-rcapondent. Nancy Ellen Da vies (Mr. Singer) v. Robert John Davies. Violet Rebecca Ward (Mr. Simrer) v. William Henry Ward. Annie White (Mr. Prendergast) v. Francis George Henry White. JUDICIAL SEPARATION. Harriet Colwill (Mr. Hesketh) v. John Henry Colwill. BATE OF HEARING. AT FORTHCOMING SESSION. Sitting in chambers this morning, Mr. Justice Copper arranged dates as follows for the hearing of. various cases to come' before him at the civil session, which will ■ i commence on Monday nest: — ' J Monday, 9th August. — Catharine . I Mason v. Auckland Electric Tramway • Co.. Ltd., claim for damages. 1 Tuesday, 10th August.—Taylor v. Taylor 'divorce); Jo-hnson v. Johnson Idivorce). Wednesday. 11th August.—AVardle v. Wardle; John MeCauley v. Elizabeth Enrma Rcadford. decree for s-pecific performance. t Thursday. l"2th August.—Percy Robert ' McGill v. Henry John Watkine, claim for interest alleged to be due. Friday, 13th, August.—Alhambra Picj ture Company, Ltd.. v. Benjamin Einrjs Williams, claim under alleged agreement: Walter Buchanan. Ltd., v. Maurice O'Connor, claim £443 alleged due on promissory note. Saturday. 14th August.—Undefended j divorce cases. Tuesday. 17th August.—Papatoetoc I Rond Board v. Prtee. 5 Thursday. 19th August.—Ridd Milking j Machine Co., Ltd., v. Treloar Milking Machine Co., decree for injunction; Gane ) Milking Machine Co. v. MaeEwan.
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