Fbidiy, July 81. tubnbb and othbbß v. wh2on abd AHOTHBS. (Before his Honor Sir Justice Johnston and a Special Jury. Oo resuming at the time appointed, Mr Garrick announced that the following was the decree which he would be prepared to ask the Judge to allow :— Defendant, Wilson, to retire from the Trusteeship. "' Plantation to be conveyed to William Wilson at £20 per acre — say, five-acre*. Wilson to refund to estate eost of plantation, with interest on each item from date of charge at £8 per centum per annum. Wilson to refund erst of grass seed sowed on run leased to Qillingham, with interest as same rate. Wilson to refund £60 on aocount of grasa seed supplied to Fantham, with interest ss above. Wilson to take over Meyer's, Barrett's, aod Walker's leases. Wilson to take over Colonial and National Bank shares, refunding to the estate their oost and intereat at above rate, less dividend. Wilson to take back investments in laml at Malvern Hills and New. Brighton, refunding purchase moneys to estate with interests} above rate, less rents reoeived. Wilson to refund subscriptions to New Brighton road and bridge, aad surveyor's fees paid for inspection of Uud at Malvern. Wilson to take baok safe at original oost without interest. Wilson to refund Dumergue and Place's advance, with interest as above. Wilson to refund discount snd commission reeeived by him, in the matter of sale of live stook, with interest at above. Acoounts to be referred to Mr Draper, of Christohurch, accountant, and an aooountant to be named by Mr Joynt, with liberty to any of the parties to surcharge and falsify tha aooounte. Disagreements between tbe accountants to be referred to a third accountant to be named by themselves before commencement of investigation. Balance appearing due upon taking of aooounts, to be pud bj Wilson to the trustee or trustees. Plantation fenoes to be put in good order by Wilson. Wilson to pay plaintiff and his 00-defeod-ant's costs of this suit, as between party and party, including cost of referenoe to accountants, either party to be at liberty to apply to the Court, as they may be advised. Mpecial jurors to be aUowed one guinea per day ; hail ooats to be paid by defendant Wilson, other half to be paid ont of the funds of the Turner estate (Signed) Albxandbb J. Johnston, Judge. F. J. Gabbiok. for plaintiffs. TI. Joynt, f or defendant Wilson. W. W. Williams, for defendant Monk. His Honor said tbat if any arrangement* could be eome to by the parties in a suit of tbis nature that would be for tha benefit of the infants, it would be his duty to aeeede to it As the arrangements just read over were of that nature, he shonld accept them, which would therefore be looked upon in the light of a decree. The jury were then discharged, and the Oourt adjourned until ten o'clock on Monday morning
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SUPREME COURT., Star, Issue 2598, 22 July 1876
SUPREME COURT. Star, Issue 2598, 22 July 1876
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