. SITTINGS IN CHAMBERS. FfiiDAY, May 21. (Before Hie Honour Mr. Justice Dennieton.) His Honour sat in Chambers at 11 a.m. This was an application in divorce by Mr Stringer for directions as to trial, &o. His Honour fixed the trial at next sittings before the Judge alone. MSAVER V -I.ISAVER AHD AWtHWft. In this case, which was a motion for directions in divorce, Mr Bruges applied for i an adjournment/ His Honour granted the application. *■ - - M'KAY V M'KAV. Mr Joynt applied for fixing date of trial herein, which was a oaee jn divorce. His Honour fixed the trial for 7th Jane at Christohnrch before the Judge alone. . , LEAVER V. LEAVRR AND ANOTKEB. Mr Johnston applied for leave to file an answer herein in divorce. His Honour made the order as prayed, Mr Bruges consenting, ! COX V mOHOIiLS. Mr Beawick applied herein for a Com-; mission, to issue for taking evidence in England. Mr WiMing consented. His Honour made the order as prayed, the Commission to be. , made returnable within five months./ ' PRIKS V OVENJOEK. "' Mr Bee wick applied herein for an order for substitution of plaintiff. "'His Hononr made the order a* prayed. MILES AND CO. AND ANOTHBR V UNION BANK. ,- Mr W. B. Cowliehaw applied herein for an order granting further extension of time herein to July next. Mr Bruges appeared to consent. I Hie Honour made the order. ' RE CUATTEI3 TKANSFEB ACT. On the application of Mr Cowlishaw, his Honour made antJtder allow ing the rectification of an omission. COX V NICHO&L9. Mr Wilding applied herein for an order for discovery. . |
Mr Beawick appeared to consent. His Honour made the order, the affidavit to be returnable by 21at October next. GREENWOOD V FORBES. On the application of Mr Wilding, his Honour made an order for discovery herein. Mr Wilding also applied on the part ot tho plaintiff for leave to administer interroga* tories. Mr Herman, for defendant, objected tothft order, aa too short a notice had been given. Mr Wilding consented to an adjournment till Tuesday next. His. Honour made the order for postpone* meat as agreed.
PROBATES, ETC. 1 Orders for probate were made in the following cases Rβ Mary Jane McCormick, deceased (Mr Harnmn), re James Dupre Lance, deceased (Mr Bes« wick) ; re Robert MoAdam, oV ceased (Mr Helmoie); re John Anderson, deceased (Mr Wilding); re Jane Mavy Ash ton (deceased), Mr Deacon); re Robert Scott, deceased (Mr Stringer) jvc Ciiaflea Gi'ifSthe, deceased (Mr Bauaer); re Mary Johneon, deceased (Mr Beswick); re Graham Briiere, deceased (Mr Hill); re Rhoda Peel, deceased (Mr Beswick). >
Letters of administration were granted aa under :—-Rβ Annie Beaven, deceased (Mr Brown); re Hannah Richards, deceased (Mr Hunt).
MABKS's EXECUTORS V LOKAHOAN ASD I OTHKRB. - 1 '-On'the application of Mc Kippenberger, I his Honour;made an order for ths attend*'. 1 ance of a witness for cross-examination on I Friday next, 28th inst. \ oas ano otHKm v stark and others. . ■ Mr Deacon, applied in thia case for the , confirmation of thorepovfc of the Kegistrnt/ * .as-to who Were next of kin to the testator., ' After some argument his Honour m*d*v . the order as prayed. j The Court then rose.
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SUPREME COURT., Press, Volume LIV, Issue 9733, 22 May 1897
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