ißefore H. Y. Widdowson, Esq., 8.M.) Judgment by default was given for plaintiffs in the following actions:—ll. F. Mo's, Ltd. v. Win. Lender (of Riverton), timber, S7 2s, and costs (£1 3s 6d) ; \. D. Minn'v. J. D. M'Donald, bread, £2 156 6d, a..d costs (10s) ; Owen V. Daviea v. Leslie Henry lofj'ort Clwlmere), professional services, £2 Ids 6d, and costs (10s) ; John Camevon M'lntosh v. Wm. R. Anderson (of Invfrcargill), goods. £'X 3s lid, and costs (iOs). Alfred Herbert Abbott (contractor) claimed fron; J<»ssio Pay ton J'.nd fiom Thomas Grainger (contractor) £lO7 3s lid, balance due uikLc .i sub-contract. Mr W. 'L. Moore, appeared for plaintiff, Mr A S. Adams for 'defendant Grainger. J>nd Mr J. B- Ciillan for Mro Payton.—The facts in this case (already reported on other occasion j) were that the contract for a bents*. :o bo erected for Mre Payton at a ccet of £690 was lot to Grainger, who sublet a great portion to Abbott. Mrs Pavton bad refused to pay the amount in dispute became a room and the passage were not the specified width.—Conn-el were addressing the Court at 2.10 p.m.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
THE COURTS-TO-DAY Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
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