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THE COURTS—TODAY.

RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before E. H. Carew, Esq., R.M.) R. Poole v. J. Wilcocks.—Claim, L 4 Is, on a judgment summons.—Defendant was ordered to pay the amount claimed in weekly instalments of 2s 6d, in default ten days’ imprisonment. Cordea and Cabral v. A. Wickland.— Claim, L 4 10s lOd, on a judgment summons. Mr Gallaway appeared for plaintiffs.—Defendant was ordered to pay the amount claimed in instalments of 10s per month, in default seven days’ imprisonment. J. Cramond v. C. Crawford,—Claim, L 5, value of goods illegally detained under distress for rent. Mr J. A. D. Adams appeared for plaintiff; Mr Thornton for defendant.— Evidence] having been taken, His Worship said he would deliver judgment on Monday,

The picture of the German Imperial Family, as it was in 1887, which the German residents in London have presented to the Queen as a Jubilee gift, is a colossal work, being Bft Gin by Gft Gin, and it has cost Ll6,ooo—a large part of this sum having been expended on the frame, which is of solid gold. The person who can rush this off in a mouthful is not.inebriated: Terang Total Abstinence and United Sunday School Band of Hope Society.

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THE COURTS—TODAY., Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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THE COURTS—TODAY. Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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