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THE COURTS-TO-DAY.

WARDEN'S COURT,

(Before E. H. Carcw, Esq., Warden.) John Wells applied for a licensed holding over section 2, block 5, Mount Hyde, as surveyed.—Granted. William Evans applied for a prospecting quartz area on the south branch of the Waikouaiti River.—Granted for three months. William M'Mullan applied for permission to erect a dam on the Barewood Run, a quarter of an acre in extent,—No appearance ; application struck out. _ Charles Duncan Smith applied for permission to erect a water race over one mile at Castle Creek, on the Barewood Run.— Adjourned. The same applicant applied for permission to erect a water race, over one mile and a half, at Flat Stream, Barewood Run.— Adjourned. Robert Henderson and three others applied for permission to erect a water race on 300 yards on the Three O'Clock Creek.— Granted for seven years. The same applicants asked for an extended claim over four acres on the Three O'Clock Creek, three miles above the junction with the Taieri River.—Adjourned. Charles Gifford and Thomas G. Taylor applied for an extended claim over two acres at the Three O'Clock Creek. Granted.

The same applicants asked permission to erect a water race on three-quarters of a mile at the Three O'Clock Creek.-Granted for seven years,

William Evans applied for permission to erect a water race over one mile and a half on the south branch of the Waikouaiti River.—Anthony Bowling and William T. Thomson objected to the request being granted.—The Warden granted the application for seven years, Allen S. Orbell applied to erect a dam on Butchers Gully, Barewood Run, to the extent of half an acre.—Adjourned. Henry Temple Harris applied for a mining prospecting license over 640 acres on the north side of Dusky Sound, Fiord County. —Granted.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY., Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY. Issue 8053, 1 November 1889

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