MAGISTRATE’S COURT. (Before If. V. Vv’iddowson, Esq., S.M.i Judgment hy default was given for plaintiffs in the following actions: — Johnston, Sons, and Co. v. Goo. Lawry Hall (of Stratford), books. £2 12s od anil costs (15s); J. Rattray and Son v. Charier, Hitchcoic, goods. £l2 8s Bd, and costs (loo); G. E. Wright v. .Tewie Robertson, costs in claim for work done and material supplied (ss) : Septimus Owen v. Louis Speckling, meat supplied, £4 2s 7d, and enr-ts (10?); New Zealand Express Company v. H. Cook (of Hunterville), balance due for delivery of goods. £43 8s lid. and co.-ts i£2 14fd; K. Hudson and Co. v. David J. Bieiiopp (of Faivlie), on dishonored cheque. £7 2.s sd. and costs (£1 3s 6d): Win. Duke v. Chas. F. Falconer lof Kelso). on dishonored promissory note. £/ 16s 6d. and costs (£1 us 6d; ; David •lack v. Belgou'o Liberto (of Tort Chalmers). goods; £5 3s, and costs (£1 3s 6d); P. II ay inn ii and Co. v. Walter A. East (of Christchurch), goods. £1 15s 3d, and costs (ss); Thns. H. Clark v. R. Turnbull, on account stated, £1 Is 6d, and costs (ss); T’hos. L. Adams v. Geo. Ciuncliiil. money lent, £2, and costs (10b). I 1
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
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