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A KNOTTY POINT.

WELLINGTON, September 24. ThejWrit for Sir W. Buller’s costa is not served on the Public Trustee yet. It appears that none of the funds in .his hands can be they being trust funds, and the only leviable property is the office furniture, which, the Trustee claims, is Crown property, and he threatens an action if interfered with. The other side are disposed to go on even if they have to face an action, as they claim that the attitude of the Trustee amounts to contempt of the Supreme Court, and an action such as is threatened will enable them to ventilate the ease and show the way in which the Court U set at defiance.

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A KNOTTY POINT., Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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A KNOTTY POINT. Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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