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SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Williams.) He Christina Barclay, deceased. Motion for letters of administration (Mr James). —Accordingly. lit Jake Simpson, deceased.—Motion for administration with will annexed, and for dispensing with sureties (Mr James).—Accordingly ; one surety. lie Marjory Ferguson, deceased. Motion for letters of administration with will annexed, and dispensing with sureties (Mr Sim).— Accordingly. lie Joseph Samuel, deceased.—Motion for probate (Mr Sim).— Accordingly. He Patrick M'Ledowxy, deceased.— Motion for letters of administration and dispensing with sureties (Mr Gallaway).— Accordingly; one surety. Be James Stenhouse, deceased.—Motion for probate (Mr Wood).—Accordingly. Driver v. Carson.—Summons to Messrs Fraser and Stilling for taxation of their costs, and pending taxation for restraint of their action in Resident Magistrate's Court, and for appointment of Mr Peter Duncan as defendant's solicitor (Mr J. Macgregor).— Accordingly, by consent. InVercargill Corporation v. the Minister of Public Wo rich.— Motion for leave to file at Invercargill copy of claim for compensation and for leave to prosecute claim (Mr Gallaway).—To stand over till 30th inat. Bank of New Zealand v. The Blue Srnß and Gabriel Gully Gold Mining Company, Limited.—Summons to plaintiffs to show cause why time for filing statement of defence should not be extended to November 12, and why trial of action should not be postponed till after that date (Mr Sim).— To stand over till September 6. RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Before E. H. Carew, Esq., R.M.) F. M'Grath v. R. Wynn.—Claim, LlOSs, on a judgment summons. Mr E. Cook appeared for plaintiff; Mr Barclay for defen-dant.-~After defendant had been examined as to his means, His Worship dismissed the case. W B. Stephens v. Mary Stevens.—Claim, L 7 14s, aeeount alleged to be due. Mr Hayes appeared for plaintiff.—This case was held over in order to allow of an amendment of the plaint note. J. Gilmour v. Calder and M'Laren.— Claim, L3117s 6d, for timber supplied. Mr Stilling appeared for plaintiff; Mr Sim for defendants.—This partly-heard case was resumed, and, further evidence having been taken, His Worship gave judgment for plaintiff for the amount claimed, with costs, Ross and Glendiniug v. F. Winter.— Claim, L 42 17s 4d, for goods supplied. Mr Holmes appeared for plaintiffs; Mr Hosking for defendant.—This partly-heard case was resumed, and after George Robertson Hercus, manager for plaintiffs, and other witnesses had given evidence, His Worship reserved judgment.

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THE COURTS.—TO DAY., Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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THE COURTS.—TO DAY. Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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