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CITY CASES FOB TRIAL.

_ The list of civil cases for trial at the sittings of the Supreme Court commencing on Monday, the 15th inst., is as follows : Before a common jury: Sleur v. M’Kerrow.—Plaintiff’s solicitor, Mr Sinclair; defendant’s solicitor, Mr W. C. MacGregor. Mac Donald v, Wright and another.—Plaintifl’s solicitor, Mr Sinclair; defendants’ solicitor, Mr Brent. Mac Donald v. Wright and others.—Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr Sinclair; defendant?! solicitor, Mr Brent. Before the Judge alone: M'Dougall and another v. Stanley.—Plaintiffs' solicitor, Mr Cook; defendant’s solicitor, Mr Hosking. Herbert Brooks and others v. Colonial Bank of New Zealand, Limited.—Plaintiffs’ solicitor, Mr Sinclair; defendant’s solicitor, Mr Brent. John Connell and Co. v. Colonial Bank of New Zealand, Limited, in liquidation. Plaintiffs' solicitor, Mr Cook; defendant's solicitor, Mr Brent. Bank of New South Wales v. Norman.—Plaintiff’s,solicitor, Mr Sinclair ; defendant’s solicitor, Mr Hanlon. Loasby’s Waboo Manufacturing Company, Limited v. Dutton. Plaintiffs’ solicitor, Mr Duncan ; defendant’s solicitor, Mr Sim. George Mendy, as executor of the will of James Caldwell, deceased v. Carson and another.—Plaintiffs solicitor, Mr Cook; defendants’ solicitor, Mr Hosking. Wilson v. Ramsay and others.—Plaintiff’s solicitor, Mr Fraser; defendants’ solicitor, Mr Sim. The Ceylon and Indian Tea Association, Limited v, Begg.—Plaintiffs’ solicitor, Mr Solomon ; defendant's solicitor, Mr Sim. The Corporation of Dunedin v. the Dunedin City Sinking Fund Commissioners.—Plaintiffs’ solicitor, Mr Sinclair; defendants’ solicitois, Messrs Bathgate and Woodhonse. Colbeok v. W. Guthrie and another. —Plaintiffs solicitor, Mr Hoiking, Postlethwaite and another v. Rosa and others.— Plaintiffs’ solictor, Mr Woodhouse; defendants’ Mr Gilkison. Reid v. M'Neil.—Plaintiff’s solicitor, Mr D. Reid (Milton); defendant’s solicitor, Mr Hanlon. Marryatt v. Esther and others.—Plaintiff's solicitor, Mr Calvert; defendants’ solicitor, Mr Sim. Coker v. the Queen.—Plaintiffs solicitor, Mr Sim; defendant’s solicitor, Mr Haggitt. Divorce and Matrimonial. Clara Ann Curtis (petitioner) v. Frank Curtis (respondent).—Motion for a decree absolute for dissolution of marriage. Petitioner's solicitor, Mr Solomon. Id respect to the three cases sot down for trial by common jury, an order for trial before a special jury was made at the instance of the defendant in each action before the Judge left for the Court of Appeal. Each ease has now been set down by the plaintiff for trial before a common jury. Common jurors who have been summoned for Monday are notified by advertisement that their services will not be required before Wednesday next.

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CITY CASES FOB TRIAL., Issue 10468, 11 November 1897

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CITY CASES FOB TRIAL. Issue 10468, 11 November 1897

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