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MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before H. Y. Widdowson, Esq.', S.M.) Judgment by default was given for plaintiff in the following cases:—Mollison Ltd. v. Lucy APGlaslian (Waih'i), for drapery, 5s (costs only); Al’Farlano and Pcden'v. William Rnpley (Wellington), for goods, £ll 12s lOd, and costs (£1 10s 6d); Otago Daily TTinos ’ and “ Witness ’ Company. Ltd. v. Jas. Thomson (Pnkenri), lor advertising, 11s, and costs (9s) ; Brown, Ewing, and Co. v. Thomas Sheehan (AucklandC for goods, £3 18s 6d, and costs (11s) ; Alex. Kilpatrick v. Marlow Kloo (Alliury, S.C.), for goods, £2 6s 6d, and costs (£1); John Booth v. Albert Brooks (Pine Hilli, 8s (costs only); J. Garey v. Walter Gibbs (Port Chalmers), for money lent, 13s, and costs (op) ; W. Kerr Hislop v. Frank Murray (Hillgrove), for medical services, £36 0s 6d, and costs (£2 17s) ; Tiros. Jenkins v. W. A. Jenkins, for goods, £5, and costs (16s 6d). Sarah Gibbons v. Thomas Miller (Green Island). —Claim for 10s 6d. on judgment summons. —Defendant did not appear, and was ordered to pay the amount forthwith, with costs (8s), in default 24 hours’ imprisonment. Halionstcin Bros. v. Alox. Mills.— Claim, £5 9s, on judgment summons.— Defendant, who did not appear, was ordered to pay the amount forthwith, with costs (6s), in default six days’ imprisonment.

Ernest Coster v. Thomas Valentine.— Claim for 255, balance on price agreed upon for making a clothes box.—Defendant pleaded infancy, being in his twentieth year, but admitted that the box had been made on his behalf for a girl with whom ho had been keeping company.— Judgment was given for the amount, with costs (6s), to bo paid by weekly instalments of not. loss than 2s 6d. The case in which Alfred Herbert Abbott, contractor, claimed from Jessie Payton awl Thomas Grainger £lO7 os lid, for balance due on a sub-contract and extras, was further preceded with. Evidence was given by the plaintiff and the defendant Grainger.

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THE COURTS—TO-DAY, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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THE COURTS—TO-DAY Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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