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WELLINGTON, November 10. The Appeal Court entered up judgment of a nonsuit in the case of Develin v. the Waihi-Silverton Gold Mining Company. The appeals in the mining cases of Falvey v. Tregoweth and'Parker v. Brooks and Wood were dismissed with costs. Judgment was delivered in re the Langatone Sheep Medicine Company, Limited, in liquidation, the appeal being allowed, with costs, Mr Justice Ed wards alone dissenting. Application for leave to appeal to the Privy Council was held over. In Ovenden v. Prins the appeal was allowed, with costs on the lowest scale. The appeal was dismissed in the case of the Waiiau Road Board v. Barry ; coßts on the lowest scale. Leave to appeal to the Privy Council was held over.

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THE COURT OF APPEAL., Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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THE COURT OF APPEAL. Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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