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THE COURTS-TO-DAY

MAGISTRATE'S COURT. ('Before H. Y. Widdowson, Esq., S.M.) Undefended Cases. Judgment was given for -plaintiffs in the following undefended cases :—W. Gresiff and Co., Ltd. v. Kenneth F. Andrews (Warea, Taranaki), claim £6 18s 6d, for dishonored cheque, wit I '. 14s costs; Jane Cameron Bennett v. Philip Phelan, claim 15s, for goods supplied, with costs (ss); H. Wise and Co., Ltd. v. Chas. H. Grayland (Wellington), claim £8 Bs, for advertisement (costs £1 3s 6<1); Samuel Knox v. Ada Wilson (Rotorua). claim £5 10s, for goods supplied (costs 10M ; Simon Bros. v. Robt. Ragnoll. claim 19s 6d, Roods supplied (costs 6s): same v. Wm. Gye. the younger (Clyde), claim 20s (costs'ss): same v. Alexander Mills, claim £1 2s 6rt (costs 6k) : same v. J. T. Mills, claim £1 (costs ss) ; .Tames P. Simon v. Alexander Mills, £3 7s (costs lls >- Krnest O. Nees annlied for an order against John Helladew. who did not appear, for the sum of £2,—Amount 1o be paid forthwith, in default two days' imprisonment.——L. M'Connell v. F. Kennedy, claim £2 12s.—Judgment debtor stated that he was a house painter. He earned lis per day, but had been ill since judgment had been given against him. He paid 12* per week house rent, and had five children. He wes not, prepared to make an offer.-The Magistrate, said he would not make an order, but advised debtor to liquidate the debt, and not show undue preference to any of his creditors.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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