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THE COURTS-TO-DAY

j MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before E. W. Burton, Ecq., S.M.J i Judgment by default was given for plaintiffs in the following eases;—X. Reid j ana Co. (MV B. 11. Afpinull) v. A. Jackson | (Wellington), £1 7s 6J, for confectionery j iupj)iied, witli costs (ss); Bruce Railway and Coal Company (Mi W. 1,. Moore) v. Joint Burgess (Mayfield), £l4 In 7d, inigoods supplied, with costs (£2 8s 6d); Lane’s, Limited (Mr W. L. Moore) v. R J. Kilgour (Ratamii), £3 5s 3d, for goods supplied, witli costs (£1 3s (yi \; .John Dempster (Mr W. L. Moore) v. Patrick O’SulLvp.r avd Mvi'-i--. iML (Pirn ; Pill), £8 8s tu, LdaV <>t ;,c . v * | with costs (£1 ('? 63) f Jy.iuiAv ami Gray, Limited (Mr W. L. Moore) v. Robert J ones* (Cambrian), 10s, for goods supplied, ni!h costs ißs) ; H. Wise and Co., Limited (Mr W. L, Moore) v. Walter Mansfield (Karori). £4 4s, for directory supplied and .advert isunontu iherein, with costs 1 13s) ; W. 11.n ris and Son (MV W L. Mome, v. Robert Winkhani (Pukc.rangi), £1 16s lid, for goods supplied, with co:,ls (17s) ; Herbert, Haynes, and Co., Limited (Mr F. Calvert) v. Robert Kelman (Alexandra .South), £7 4s lid, for dra]x?ry supplied, with cost's (£1 7s 6d); John Swan and Co. v. J. Harold Moore (Timaru). £2 15s. for poods supplied, with costs (Ss). ' CITY POLICE COURT. : Before E. W. Burton. Esq.. S.M.) Remanded. —Clarence John Cuff was charged with, on September 1, at B.al tint ha. stealing £1 7s 4d from the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Company, and, further, with, on March 3, stealing a similar amount from the same company, this offence also being committed at Balclulha. Accused pleaded guilty to both charges.— Chief-detective Herbert said that accused was arrested yesterday at Port Chalmer* l.y Detective-sergeant Ward on a warrant is<ned at Wellington, and as no reply bad been received as to what should b" ■

wi'.ii accused, or whether there would b* nay farther charges ho would ask : : remand until to-morrow morning.—The ar» t>!ii ation was grimied.

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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THE COURTS-TO-DAY Evening Star, Issue 15658, 24 November 1914

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