RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before E, H. Carew, Esq., R.M.) P. Hayman and Co. v. George Parker (Pairlie Creek).—Claim, L3O 17a Cd, on a dishonored cheque. Mr A. S. Adams for plaintiffs.—Judgment by default. Charles Colclough v. Stephen Parmentor (Timaru).—Claim, Lll 3s, balance of account for commission and cash paid for advertising. Mr Mouat appeared for plaintiff; Mr Thornton for defendant.—Judgment for L 8 3s and costs. Gcric A. Chalmers v. Agenoro Dupuis.— Claim, LlO, for rent. Mr Sim appeared for defendant. Plaintiff did not appear.— Case struck out, with costs to defendant.
The sixteen-month-old child of Mr John Grant, blacksmith, of South Dunedin (named Alfred Henry Grant), died in convulsions this morning. The child had been ailing for some time.
The people of Bonn have purchased the house in which Beethoven was born, with the intention of converting it into a museum of objects illustrating his life and works.
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THE COURTS—TO-DAY., Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
THE COURTS—TO-DAY. Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889
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