RESIDENT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
Monday, August 16,
(Before E. H. Carew, Esq., R.M.)
Butterworth Bros. v. T. A. Robertson and others.—Claim, L2l 14s 7d, for goods supplied. Mr Haggitt for plaintiffs, and Mr Solomon for defendant.—Mr Haggitt said that until quite recently plaintiffs were unaware that defendant was a partner with Lightband and Allan in the City Boot Palace and the Continental Boot Warehouse. It was only after Lightband and Allan became bankrupt that the fact referred to came to plaintiffs' knowledge. The goods were supplied to these places of business, and if the partnership were proved plaintiffs were entitled to recover.—The evidence of Robertson having been taken, Mr Haggitt asked for an adjournment in order that the partnership deed might be produced.—Mr Solomon would not oppose the adjournment provided plaintiffs paid the cost thereof.—Adjournment granted for a fortnight. Dunedin Brewery Company v. A. M'Cartney.—Claim, L 25 lis 3d, on a dishonored promissory note. Mr Sim for plaintiffs, lor whom judgment was given by default.
Joseph Young v. John Jones.—Claim, L 25, damages for breach of agreement in regard to the lease of section 8, blork 1, Otakia. Sir R. Stout appeared for plaintiff; Mr Haggit for defendant.—Judgment reserved.
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