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MAY CIVIL SITTINGS.
The following cases are listed for hearing during the May civil sittings of the Supreme Court commencing to-morrow:—
Before Mr. Justice Draper and juries: Wil- liam Eyno Potter v. Florence Gertrude Pot ter an-d A'i ; T. Ourtis (co-retporidc'nt), (disfo lution; of marriage) ; ,M. M. Oramer v.- O. A. Meadon'croft (damages for breach of promise of marriage). ? . Before Mr. Justice Draper: In ithe matter, of the' Income Tax Assessment Act, 1U22, he t»-een the 'ilia lira Pastoral Oo.. Ltd.. nod tho Deputy Federal Commissioner of Taxa tion (appeaV npaiwit income tax assessroenU for 1020-21. 1.921-22 and 1922-23). A. 0. Rip-, pan v. the Orient -Steam- Navigation Co., L-td. (damaees for negligence and 'breach of duty in the carriage and delivery of a motor car). R. Purser ahdi another, trading at Richard Purser Hud Go.vv. E. Bconetit (claim .for £151 8s. lid.,' couflter-cJaijn. /by. defendant for S7S3). B. L. Laiin'v. C. R. Heppingstone nnd G. Heppingstone, carryqns on business as Heppiogstone Bros, (claim for £100, money received by the defendants for the us« of the plaintiff). -E. Coombe v. Pktrcoco Mary Clark (married wonan) (ohini; foT £1,303 11*. 3d., being principal and1 interest due under a mortgage) . Gilberts. litd., v. J. R. Clarkson: (claim for £144 16s. 8d., being principal aud iuterei't due un-d^er dsihonoured promissory notes). Boulder Perseverance, l»UL, V.' Edward Brecn aiMi Nicho-!«» Orlju «lch (appoaV uader Minros Act, 1U01-). S. 0. Rich v. C. ^.. Foreman (damages for falso imprisonmtut nnd mallciouv ?prosecution ) . Ceorgo A. Dunkley v. B. A. Black, Commis sioner of Taxation (motion to review a de cision of the Magistrate, Perth). In the mat- ter of the will of Frederick Henry Piesse (deceased), and in the matter of the Admin- istration Act, 1903, and in the matter of the Trustee Act, 1900 (petition), J. Morrice v. H. A. Connor (claim for £181 9s. 7d., being compensation awarded for injuries sustained under the Workers Compensation Act). C. J. L. Brewer v. E. B. Johnston (speciflc per formance of a certain agreement). C. E. Smithers and another v. W. A. Martyr (dam- ages for negligence). In Divorce. — Dijisolution of Marriage: Jes sie (fath v. Thomas Patrick Gath; V'torencs Helen .lames v. Thomas Jamer: Henrietta Adlam v. Edwin 'Henry Adlam: Ruby Annie Flores v. Benjanriii Flores; Florence Iliviu Cecil v. Eustace Clarence Cecil; Laura Thoman v. 1-M'n-aril Field ThomaK; Ethel Dorothy MitcheM v. DavWi Sydoey Alitfhell; Priscilla Hannah Dymock v. Ernest Frede rick Dytnoi-k; Kitty Clark v. John SL-inley riark: Eileen Mary Lee v. Herbert I,ee; George Coako Bunion v. Emily Bunton: Kathleen llillon v. Herbert Patrick Dilion, Martha AmeMa AVoodcoik v. George Wnod poc!;; Helen Gertrude Mills v. George Mills Geoffrey boughnan v. Ivy Loughnan and Daniel Pntt-on (co-reypondi'nt) ; Vcra Sarah Ellen BelV v. Alexander Bell. Applications for Decree.1? Absolute: Emma Muriel 'Brain v. Henry Head Brain; Clarice Gertie! v. Louis .Stephen Genre!; Aiiguttus Milton Pickett v. DHve riiinahpth I'ic-kelt ; Ernest Thomas Samuel TrindaK v. Audrey Gertmdo Trin dal'l; Charles Frederick Dixon v. Vera Dixon, Dorothea Jark»on v. Clarence Herbert Jack sun, krcov.n a» John Oswald; 'Mabel- Victoria Monica Flnrriet Malaxos v. Con Michea.1 Me laxos. Philip Joseph Kennedy v. Maud Mary Kennedy and Ray Roberts (co-respondent).