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MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Before IT. Y. Widdasvson, Esq., S.M.) Judgment by default was given for plaintiffs in the following actions:—•Lo.idlaw and Gray v. John Reid, on account .••tatod. £6 and costs (£1 3s 6d); Adams. Ltd., v. Pacific Motor Co., goods, £ls and tests (£2 Os 6d); I*. Hayman and Co. v. Nicholas Oerrv (Christchurch), goods, £1 3s lid " n»,d costs (lis) ; J. S. Nieolson v. Duncan M'Lnehlan (of Christchurch), professional services, £8 15a and ccsts (£1 3s 6d) ; O:ago Iron Rolling Mills G>. v. York and Sons (of Motueka), goods, £l2 15s 7d and costs (£1 10s 6d>; J. 11. Thomas v. N. P. Turner (uf Auckland). good* and work dene, £3 6s lOd and costs (£1 4s 6d); H. Wise and Co. v. Wm. Davidson Fulton (of Norsewood), pnods. £8 9s and costs (£1 7s 6d); John Morrison v. Joseph Andrews (of Glenavv). board and lodging, etc., £l4 12s and costs (£1 12s 6d): W. J J. and C S Charters v. (Iwcje V. Watkinson (of Fnirlie). on p.n., 6.-. 6d and costs (£2 2s) ; Chi's. Begg and Co. v. Alex. R, Watson (of Gore), money due, £l2 10s and costs (£1 10s 6d).

Arthur Ellis v. Robert R. Douglas.— Claim, £ls -3? 2d, on a judgment summons for money due on mortgage.— Defendant was ordered to pav the sum due. and coat (15s), in default 14 days.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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