THE COURTS— TO-DAY.
SUPREME COURT -U CHAMBERS. (Before His Honor Mr Justico Williams.) lie the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand, Limited (Mr Holmes and Mr Hosking).—Motion for directions as to hearing of petition for confirmation of a special resolution of the company set out in petition filed July 1, 1597. Accordingly, as per draft order submitted ; February Ist, 189S, fixed as the day for hearing petition. Re J, G. Ward Farmers' Association of New Zealand, Limited (Mr Hosking).— Summous for distribution amongst deben-ture-holders of moneys in hands of official liquidator.—Affidavit of Public Trustee's consent sufficient; order can go. 7?e John Mitchell, deceased (Mr W. C. MacGreqor).— Motion for re-grant of letters of administration.—Accordingly.
CITY POLICE COURT.
(Before Messrs J. H. Hancock, T. S. Graham, and T. Grose.) Drunkenness— Two first offenders were convicted and discharged. Obscene Language.— lhnry Faulkner, a lad, for whom Mr Calvert appeared, was charged with this offence. The language complained of was very bad, but the Bench, being loth to send the boy to gaol, adopted their usual policy and convicted the delinquent and ordered him to come up for sentence when called upon.
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THE COURTS—TO-DAY., Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
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