MAGISTRATE'S COURT. (Before IT. Y Widd-nvson. Esq.. S.M.) Judgment was given for the plaintiffs by default, with costs', in the following cases:—Jessie Austin v. Richard M'Cormuck (St. Leonards), claim £1 lis, groceries supplied: J. and J. Arthur. Ltd. v. Trevor E. Jones iNokomai), claim £ll 13s Id. clothes supplied ; trustees of William Gourley v. Vincent IT. Lynch, £1 10s, milk supplied : P.. Haynian and Co. v. Elizabeth Alston (Ohristehureh), £35 10s 4d, confectionery supplied (judgment for £23 13s 4d and costs); the '• New Zealand Tablet' v. John F. Dwyor (Auckland), claim £1 10s, subscriptions clue (judgment for 9s and costs): William C. Gray v. James O'Driscoll, claim £8 ss, on a- promissory note ; Laidlaw and Gray v. John Mitchell (Tapanui), claim £l3, instalments of hire due; James Wren a-nd Go. v. A. J. Mills, claim £5 2s 6d. goods supplied ; trustees of William Gourley v. Daniel Carline, claim 4s, milk supplied ; Arthur Henderson v. Daniel Carline, claim £2 13s lOd, milk supplied ; William 0. Gray v. Trevor E. Jones, claim £2O 12s, on a promissory note. Dayton Moneywejght Scale Co., Ltd. (Mr Payne) v. W. J. Gorom.—-Claim, £l7 15s 6d, on a judgment summons.—The defendant gave evidence as to his means, after which the case was dismissed. The Dunedin Grain and Produce Company v. John Thomas uriffin (Wellington)'.—Claim. £96 17s 6d. In this case Mr Stephens, for the defend ant, applied for a change ;'jpt venue to Wellington. Mr Brugh,'"'for the plaintiffs, opposed, tho application, which, after argument, was granted, with £1 6s costs. IT. E. Can- (.Mr Moore) v. Emily Doll erty.—Claim, £2 13s 7d, on a judgment summons.—After the defendant had given evidence the case was dismissed.
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THE COURTS-TO-DAY, Evening Star, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915