MONDÂAY, OCTOBER 8.
BEFORE his Honor Sir James Cockle, Chief
WOOD V CORSER.
In this case Mr LIDDLE (of Roberts, Liddle, and Roberts) applied for leave to deliver further and other particulars, the affidavit on which the application was based setting out that at the trial witnesses would depose to many more over charges on the part of the defendant than those of which particulars have already been given
Mr. HARDING, instructed by Mr. Macpherson, opposed the application, pointing out that the case had been originaly fixed for the 2nd in- stiut, but adjourned for the convenience of the plaintiff 's counsel, and submitting that, if any order were made, some provisiou should be made for defendant's extra costs occasioned by the application.
Order accordingly, on payment of costs ; par- ticulars to be delivered on Wednesday next (to- morrow).
ROSS v. ROSS (EQUITY).
In tins suit a decreu had been made in which it was adjourned for further consideration , and Mr. HARDING, instructed by Messrs. Bunton and Mayne, now applied, on behalf of a creditor, whose claim had been found by the Master, for leave to set down the cause for further consider- ation
Mr Abbott (of Daly and Abbott) appeared
foi Donald Boss and others
Leave iccoi dingly, bj consent, coBts of this application to come out of the estate, with leax o to appear at the heal lug
IN THE INSOLVLNT ESTATE OF FREDERICK GRAN,
LODGINGHOUSE-KEEPER, OF ISIAND POINT, AND
AT PRESENT A CONFINE IN HER MAJESTY'S GAOL.
Mr. MARKWELL applied for a summons, calling upon the detaining creditors to show cause why the insolvent, who had been arrested under a cs. re should not be released from custody
Summons granted, returnable on Wednesday,
the 17th instant.
IN THE ESTATE OF HENRY ERNEST WEAVER, MASTER
Mr MAYNE (of Messrs. Bunton and Mayne) applied for a certificate of discharge to the in- solvent. The application was made upon Weaver's own affidavit, which attributed his insolvency to sickness, want of employment, and pressure on the part of creditors.
The report of the official trustee showed that the insolvent returned his debts at £212 14s. 6d., with no assets. No creditors had proved in the
IN THE ESTATE OF ELI SNELL, OF BRISBANE, BAKER
The insolvent appeared in person, and applied for his certificate of discharge, which was granted
IN THE ESTATE OF THOMAS MANTTAN, OF BRISBANE
Mr. BERNAYS (from Mr. Macpherson's office) applied for a certificate of discharge to the insol- vent, under the first subsection of section 167 of the Insolvency Act.
The report of the official trustee showed that the insolvent was adjudicated in formd pauperis ; that he returned his debts as amounting to £90 13s. 3d., with no assets , that nothing had been realised in the estate, and that the insolvent attributed his insolvency to the loss of an interest in the Telegraph Newspaper Company, and want of employment.
The certificate was granted.