MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Before H. Y. Wickluwsoii, Esq.. S.M.I Judgment by default was given for plaintiffs in the following ca.se> : -Dawson and Co.. Ltd. v. Ueorge M'Hardy, claim 15a, goods, costs 6s; ftinily M'Millun v. William Mcnson, 11.* lid* li-jocls, costs 06; H. Wise and Co. v. Laurence Bell (Waipukurau), £3 3s, directory and advertising, costs 10s; same v. flam- James Talwasser (Kawhia). £3 3s, directory, costs 10s.
Robert Roberts v. John M. Brown. — Claim, £l7 10s. Mr R. M. Rutherford for plaintiff, Mr B. S. Irwin for defendant.— Plaintiff, in his statement of claim, alleged that the horses of the defendant did on several occasions trespass on the jand owned and occupied by the plaintiff, and did damage the fence and destroy certain, macrocaipa and olearia trees, and damage certain nelly tr*«* belonging to plaintiff, who claimed £2 10s, bein,g the value of 20 macrocarpa trees and £0 okaria. trees, £5 ir. respect of the damage to the fence, and £lO generally in respect of the said trespass and the loea of the said trees.—After hearing evidence, His Worship gave judgment tor defendant, with costs (£2j.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
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