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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. .'Bcfoui it. V. AViddrnvsou, Esq., S.M.) Judgment hv default was given for plaintiffs in the following canes:—ll. F. \ln-6, Ltd. v. Arthur Williams Robbins f,;t Timaru). goods, £2l Os. 2d, and cost.-, (£2 17s) ; Joint Swan and Uo. v. L. N. Sargent and Co. lot Christchurch), good,. £1 13s 6d. and costs ;5.5) ; .1. Barnes v. '.l'm. James Thompson (of Lawrence), mai.rialr. furnished and work done £4 Its

Ml, and costs (;0»); Janet Laing and o..i;c‘in v. Eiiphemia M'Xulty, rent., £2. and costs ilO'); John .Swan and Co.- v. Sydney Ward and Co. (oi_ .Stratford), goods. £1 17s 6c!, and cost.-. (3s); 11- \\ise and Co. v. Joseph Sattcrlhwaito (of Hasting.-.,, ad venisinu, £1 lO.s and costs (6s) John Swan and Co. v. W. H. Duoth (°i \Vai| ukurau), poods. £2 los 6d, and costs .C'S) ; simo v. Archibald Frank Anderson, (■-if. iii action for poods (3s); George While v. John M. Burges*, rent, Qt W.-, and costs (£1 .”•.•? 6d); H. I'. Moss, Lid. v. ti'iiar. Hiubvox, goods. 1/s ICd. and costs pis); John it! wan and Co. v. \A. Hoimmg ;.nd Co. (of Auckland), poods. £1 _ 19s 57, and costs (ss); D.f.t . v._ W. M'Kissnck . if Waikaiaß poods, £o 12s 21. and costs AM 5s oil); 1L Wise and Co. v. And rev.’

D. AUNae (of Aplti), directory and advc using. £l. and cents (£1 n '. D.1.C., Ltd. v, Many J. Don.-lily.

rhiin, £ls Ids 7d. on judgment ouminuus, ba-ecl upon instrument cl tecumy. —Defendant did not appear, and was ordered io pav forthwith the rum duo, and costs (las), *in default 14 days' imprisonment. W. Harris and Son v. Aitcluson. — Claim, £1 4s ixl. on judgment summons for goods.—Defendant, was ordered to pav tho Mira forthwith, and costs ((»). in de-ault (ivn davs' ie.iprbcnimi ■!.

\V. Harris and but v. Bert Mills. 1 Claim, £4 Us bd, on ,t judgment summons for goerkv—Defendant. did not appear, and was* ordered to pay the etmt forthwith, ami costa (6s>, in default live day£ impugn'tent. , KriU’st Whoi'lcr v. An:v;l V* iifu.or. Claim, £W 15? 6d, on a judgment Mimpirm;-. Defendant. uact ordered to pay by v.evklv instalments <>{ not less than 10s. Imp.:cbm ot Awards (Mr BroweU) v. S. Ahum (Mr .Adams). —In this case •!. was alleged that.- defendant, between Match 25 and August ill. employed David Alex. Craig ns mi apnicntice to tho painting trade,' and did .litmus him without ciUikient cause, contrary to tho award. A further claim for penalty was made in the allegation that the boy had be.n panl only 10- '(instead of 15s) per week, its required hv tho Act, the said boy having served at least '-no year oi his apprenticeship to the trade, prior to the ccmmcneuntci’t of -he period.—The boy ht-.d been employed I, v tho Union Mt-am Chip Company a. 6s for one ynar and 10s tor tho next, 1.10 left, at tho time of the strike because he could not go over (he side to paint ships (he explained In: had u brother ou tlio v.iiarl)- Tho defence (in brief) wa-s (3(that defendant war unaware that the lad had over been employed by the U.S.S. Co., and i2) that he left and was not dismissed.— Mr Adams -aid that the lad never sngr»esteel that ho had worked at painting before, that ho had at no time, laktn objection to tho money ho received, and that ho left, of hir. own volition, -Oswald Hardwick (foreman for defendant) said that reveral times the boy had said that he.' was fired of tho job and would leave, -r.rl that his father wanted him to go into the tailoring.—Joseph M’Kay (another apprentice) said that the boy told him that he had walked out of Smith and Smith’s the same way that ho had walked out of Aburn’s.—The rate was proceeding *i 3.45 p.m.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914

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