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THE "PICTURESQUE ATLAS" AGAIN.

(Peb United Pbkss Association.) Wellington, October 16. In tho case of the "Picturesque Atlas " Compauy v. Jtssup, a claim of £9, for 36 parts refused, Mr Robinson held that the agent did misrepresent the purport of the piiuted order, and that defendant, therefore, waa entitled to repudiate tho whole contract; but iv order to do this it was necessary to replace the company iv integrum. This defendant h»d endeavoured to do, but the numbers were sold, and were no longer merchantable ns new books; therefore a recission had not been accomplished. Tho claim now was alternative for the price under contract, or for damage for the breach of same. The magistrate helii that plaintiff waa properly entitled to recover for the breach, and thst the measure of damages in the case is the difference between the contract price and the present market value of the parts. According to the evidence th« present market value is Is per part, isud, therefore, 305 w;ia deducted from ths (jonlract pr:co. Judgment for £7 -Is, with cost?. ! Leave to appeal was granted. The local subj seribers to the " Atlas " li&ve put down a good ■ sum to see the matter llmui|{b.

: U is an oild thlnit that people are still teen with itray hair wliea tlwy cvi avoid it by minx Mrs S. A.' Allen's World's Hair Restorer. Sold everywhere.

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THE "PICTURESQUE ATLAS" AGAIN., Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891

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THE "PICTURESQUE ATLAS" AGAIN. Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891

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