(Before E. H; Carew, Esq., 8.M;)
D. Benjamin and Co. v. William F. James, of Christchurch.—Claim, £4l7s 3j, for goods supplied.—Judgment was given for by default, for the amount claimed, with costs (63).
S. 8. Bannister v. C. E- Twining.—-Claim, £9 6s 3d, on a judgment summons.—Mr Thornton appeared for judgment creditor.— There was no appearance of debtor, and, His Worship made an order for the payment of the amount due, with costs (9a), in default fourteen days' imprisonment. We undi rstand that the amount of the debt was immediately paid. Horder and Co. v. Alfred Dyson, of Mosgiel.—Claim, £8 9j, on a judgment summons.—Mr Solomon, who appeared for judgment creditor, examined debtor, after which His Worship decided ..that there was no evidence of means or ability to pay the debt, and dismissed the application for an order.
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THE COURTS—TO-DAY., Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897
THE COURTS—TO-DAY. Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897
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