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SUPREME COURT—IN CHAMBERS. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Williams.) Harty v. Mark,— Summons to defendant to show cause under Imprisonment for Debt Act, section G (Mr Kettle).—Dismissed. Murray v. The Livekvool and London and Globe Insurance Company.— Summons to plaintiff to show cause why action should not be dismissed for want of prosecution ; also motion for coats (Mr James).—Dismissed, with costs (LI Is). Same v. Same, —Summons to defendants to set aside order of Jaly D last (Mr Hoskingg —Accordingly ; no coats. D’Albedyhll v. D’Albedvhll, in divorce.—Question of fact to be settled by jury (Mr Thornton). —Accordingly. Re Jane Steadman.— Motion to confirm Registrar’s report, and for costs (Mr Webb). —Accordingly. Todd v, Mao Gibbon.— Motion for order to cancel sale of land, for leave to repay deposit, and for order to put land up for sale by auction (Mr Sinclair).—Accordingly ; reserve, L 4-15, subject to mortgage of LDOO. Lockwood v. Benzie.— Motion to make absolute charging order nui herein (Mr Fraser). —Accordingly, RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before Messrs P. O. Prydc and T. C. Do Lacy, Justices.) In the following undefended cases judgment was given for the plaintiffs, with costs C. B. Miller v. Charles Beeby, claim, L 5 11a 2d, for goods supplied ; J, B. Calder v. Frederick Dodd, claim, L 3, for clothes supplied ; W. R. Cole (for whom Mr Thornton appeared) v. Adam Duff (Kaitangafcrt.), claim, LI 0a 4d, for goods supplied. ,A. Ralph v. J. Vincent.—Claim, L 7 5s 6d, on a judgment summons,—There was no apncarance of the defendant.—An order was accordingly made for tho payment of tho amount claimed, with costs, by three monthly instalments, in default three days’ imprisonment.

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THE COURTS.—TO-DAY., Issue 7990, 20 August 1889

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THE COURTS.—TO-DAY. Issue 7990, 20 August 1889

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