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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.

Thursday, September 12.

(Before Messrs S. Myers and P. G. Pryde,

J.P.s.)

G. L. Denniston, William Gregg, and William Taylor (as trustees in the estate of Mercer Bros.) v. Thomas Walker (Port Chalmers).—Claim, L 7 lGs 9d, for goods supplied.—Mr Finch appeared for plaintiffs, for whom judgment was given by default. Kitk Bros. v. Walter Gillam.—Claim, L 3 V.h, on a judgment summons. Mr Bathgate appeared for the defendant.—Case dismissed.

ThePuncdin Brewery Company v. Michael Spillane (Christchurch). —Claim, Ll6 lis,on a dishonored cheque.—Mr Sim appeared for plaintiff, for whom judgment was given by default.

G. Esther (as purchaser of the book debts of Lightband, Allan, and Co.) v. J. Gray (Arrowtown).—Claim, 19s 9d.—Judgment was given for plaintiff by default.

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT., Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. Issue 8011, 13 September 1889

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