RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
Wednesday, July 3,
(Before E. H. Carew, Esq., R.M.)
C. Clarke v. G. Wallace.-Claim, Lll 16s, balance owing for chaff supplied. Mr J. Macgregor f<r plaintiff; Mr Macdma'd for defendant.—Adjourned to give plaintiff an opportunity of producing a receipt which his counsel alleged had been mislaid; plaintiff to pay costs of delay. R. F. Smith v. R. C. White.-Lls 15a, for rent of premises in George street. Mr Sim for plaintiff; Mr Macdonald for defendant.—Defendant had agreed to lease a Bhop for a certain time, but before that period expired he left the premises. He stated that Mr Smith had been informed that the place was not paying, and he had agreed to let plaintiff make any arrangements that he (defendant) was carrying out at that time. Defendant then advertised that he would sell out, but plaintiff refused to accept the key of the premises. Plaintiff, however, denied that any permission to give up the lease had been given, but he had signified his intention of allowing defendant to sublet, subject to approval by his (plaintiff's) attorney, Mr H. Is. Smith.—The case was adjourned for a week.
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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT., Evening Star, Issue 7950, 4 July 1889
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