RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S COURT, (Before Messrs W. Wright and M. Sullivan, J.P.s.) Simon Bros. v. H. M'Villey.—Claim, LI 2s, for boots supplied. Mr Thornton appeared for plaintiffs, for whom judgment was given by default. T. Myers v. B. Watson.—Claim, 10s 3d, balance of account rendered.—Judgment was given for plaintiff by default. A. E. Meatyard v. W. Shaw.—Claim, L2O, balance of account due Judgment was given for plaintiff, with costs. CITY POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs G. Fenwick and G. P. Farquhar, Justices.) By-law Casks —For permitting cattle to wander Joseph Brown and Matthew Dormer were each find ss, without costs. Unregistered Dogs. Andrew Wood, Robert Hardie, Peter Dickie Pollock Sarah Buck, and Daniel Roberts were each fined ss, without costs ; George. Maguire was fined in the same amount on one information, and on a second information tho hearing was adjourned for a week ; charges against Charles 'Reslieaii.>t and George Mills were dismissed ; and Anna Woods was let off on the understanding that she registered tho dog as soon as she was able to.
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THE COURTS.—-TO-DAY., Evening Star, Issue 8008, 10 September 1889
THE COURTS.—-TO-DAY. Evening Star, Issue 8008, 10 September 1889
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