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THE COURTS.-YESTERDAY.

SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBER?. (Before His Honor Mr Justice Williams.) Tapper, v. Tappeb.—Summons by plaintiff that order of June 11 herein be altered, or that at coming civil sittings thero be tried before a special jury tho question as to which of the modes mentioned in the pleadings is that on which plaintiff should be paid commission, and also to what wages he is entitled (Mr Macdonald).—Accordingly by consent; 21th inbt.; special jury of twelve. Be John Gbawfobd, deceased.—Motion for probate to W. A. Crawford, reserving lease to Jes«ie Logan Crawford, to apply hereafter (Mr Hislop).—Accordingly. Re Edward Martin and ihb Deeds Registration Act of 1868.—Motion to register copy of will (Mr Reid).—Accordingly. RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Before E. H. Carew, Esq., R.M.) J.'Pawers v. J. M'Lean.—Claim, 10s Gd, for firewood supplied.—Judgment was given for plaintiff, with costs. W. Mandooald v. J. Macdonakl.—Claim, LI 7a, on a judgment summons.—After evidence had been taken the case was dismissed J. Fowler v. J. Meade.—Claim, L2O 18*. for goods supplied. Mr Finch appeared for plaintiff ; Mr Sinclair for defendant.—Judgment was given for defendant. CITY POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs W. Dawson and A. Christophers, Justices.) Drunkenness.—A first offender was convicted and discharged. Wandering Cattle.— Wm. Shaw and Benjamin Jones were each fined 2s (sd, without costs.

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THE COURTS.-YESTERDAY., Issue 8006, 7 September 1889, Supplement

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THE COURTS.-YESTERDAY. Issue 8006, 7 September 1889, Supplement

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