I EQUITY COURT. *|
(Before Mr. Justice A. H. Simpson, Chief
. A NEWCASTLE CASE.
IS GLENROCK LAGOON AN ESTUARY?
AN OLD GRANT.
Attorney-General v Merewether.
Mr. Gordon, K.C., and Mr. Bothuno, in- structed by the Crown Solicitor, appeared for plaintiff; Mr. Lingon and Mr. W. D. Mere- wether, instructed by Mr. W. M. Barker, for the defendants, tho trustees of the estate of the late E. C. Merewether, and Mr. S. S. Lamb, Instructed by Messrs. Westgarth, Na- than, and Co., for tho defendants, the Scot- tish Australian Mining and Investment Com- pany, Limited.
Argument was concluded In this matter, and
his Honor reserved judgment. , *
ANTHONY HORDERN'S WILL
QUESTION OF INTERPRETATION.
Hordern and others -v Bull and others. - Mr. Rich, instructed by Messrs. Read and Read, appeared for plaintiffs; Dr. Coghlan, instructed by Mr. C. Bull, for L. D. Bull; Mr. Lingen, Instructed by Messrs. Shipway and Berne, for Mrs. Shipway, ono of the defen- dants; and Mr. R. K. Manning, instructed by Messrs. Shipway and Berne, for Nellie Ship- way, infant defendant. This was a matter concerning the will of the lato Anthony Hor- dern, of Sydney, merchant, and a certificate of title, dated May 7, 1873, and the will of Harriett Bull, of Sydney, married woman, deceased. Plaintiffs claimed to be the trus- tees under the will of the late Anthony Hordern and of Nathaniel George Bull, who claimed to be executor and trustee of the will of Harriett Bull, deceased, and a number of questions were submitted for the détermina-
tion of tho Court.
The case stands part heard.