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The following is a list of the cases to be heard before His Honor Mr Justice Williams at the civil sittings of tho Supreme Court, commencing on Monday : (Before His Honor alone.) Tho Queen v. Brooks.—Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr W. I>. Stewart: defendant's solicitor, Mr J. B. Thornton.

Arthur A. M'Donald v. the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company.— Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr D. D. Macdonald ; defendant's solicitor, Mr J. H. Hosking. (Special Jury case.) G. A. Tapper v. E. A. Tapper.—Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr D. D. Macdonald; defendant's solicitor, Mr S. Solomon.

(InDnorce.) D'Albedhyll v. D'Albodhyll.—Petition for decree nisi for dissolution of marriage. Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr J. R. 'ihornton J defendant's solicitor, Mr Adams.

The cases of Tapper v. Tapper and D'Albedhyll v. D'Albedhyll are to be heard before His Honor and special juries of twelve. The former is fixed for the 24th inst., and the latter for the 25th inst.

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CIVIL LIST., Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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CIVIL LIST. Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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