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The civil sittings of the Supreme Court commence on Monday next before Mr Justice Williams. The following is the list of cases set down for hearing :

(Before a Common Jmy.) M’Eachcrn v. Mec. Plaintiff’s solicitors, Duncan and Mac-grcgor ; defendant’s so’icitor, William SinoUir (-■Stewart and Holme?, agents). Hatty and Co. v Man-.—Plaintiffs’solicitor, C. C. Kettle ; defendant's solicitor, Stanford and Milne. Tapper v, Tapper. —Plaintiff’s solicitc, D. D. Macdonald; defen 4 ant’s solicitor, S. Solomon.

(Before His Honor aloue ) Baldwin v. Rankin —Plaintiff’s solicitor, A. Bathgate; defendant’s solicitors, fcievwright and James. ... ... _ Feme v, Isaacs l #-“Plaintiff 8 solicitor, «J» R« Thornton ; defendant’s solicitor, S. Solomon, Winmill v. tallie.— Plaintiff’s solicitor, F. J. Stilling: defendant’s solicitor, F. R. Chapman (June 12). Murray v. Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Company,—Plaintiff’s solicitor, J. D. Hosk'ng; defendants’ solicitor, A. James, Kenyon v. Rich.—Plaintiff’s solicitor, F. J. Stilling; defendant’s solicitors, G. and J. A. Cook. . Schmidt v. Dunedin Corporation.— Plaintiff s solicitor, P. folumon ; defendant’s solicitor, J. R. Sincla'r. Gordon v. Same. Plaintiff s solicitor, S. Solomon ; defendant’s solicitor, J. R. Sinclair. Naylor v. Undaunted Gold Minir g Company. Plaintiff's soheitor, K. Gilkison; defendants’ solicitor, S. II Turton. Currie v. Currie —Pla ntiff’s solicitors, Stout and Mondy ; defendant’s solicitors, Sievwright and James. Lloyd v. V.i'ler. Plaintiffs solicitois Stout and Moody; defendant's solicitors, Stanford and Milne. (Before a Special Jury.) KveisfielJ v. Union Steam Ship Co Plaintiffs solicitor, Jl. J. Jellicoe (Wellington) ; defendants’ solicitor, Allan Holmes. (Fixed for TLuriday, Juno 27.) Guthrie v. Lang.—Plaintiff’s solicitors, Stout and Mondy; defendant’s solicitors, Stewart and Holun s. (Fixed for Tuesday, June 25.) Bank of New Zealand v. Wilson and Taine. —Plaintiffs’ solicitors, Macdonald and Russell (Invercargill); di-fondants’ solicitors, Stout and Mondy. (To he tried on Monday, June 17.)

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CIVIL LIST., Issue 7927, 7 June 1889

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CIVIL LIST. Issue 7927, 7 June 1889

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