(Before E. H. Carew, Esq., B^M.) Judgment was given with costa for plaintiffs in the following unoontested oases:— Grace, Windle, Blythe, and Co. (for whom Mr Moore appeared) v. P, J. J. Butler and Co. (of Invercargill), claim £45 la 81 for goods supplied (o ?sts £3 6,1); G. Border v. F- J, Newman (of Nelson), claim £lO on a dishonored promissory note (costs 8s); Hordern and White (for whom Mr Moore appeared) v. M. Kane (of Waikouaiti), claim £3 10a for work done and goods supplied (coats lls). "
_ George Schulter v. .James Jennings, Claim, 13s 66, on a judgment summons.— Order made for the payment of the amount, with costs (ss), on October 15, in default forty-eight hours’ imprisonment. D. Biair (of Wanganui) v. A. Sleur (of Reefton)—Claim, £lB 12a Id, on a judgment summons.—Mr Bim appeared for judgment creditor. After evidence by debtor His Worship dismissed the case. James Fox v, the, Kaitangata Railway and Coal Company, Limited.—Claim, £6518 a 96, for coal short delivered and paid for. Mr Sim appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Fraser (with .Mr Holmes) for defendant.— This case was. partly heard at, Monday’s sitting of the Court, and adjourned until today. At- four o’clock the (aking of the evidence was concluded,- and. His Worship intimated that he would reserve his decision. •
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THE COURTS—TO-DAY., Evening Star, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897
THE COURTS—TO-DAY. Evening Star, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897
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