THE following letters have appeared in the Herald during the past week. Though we are glad that the subject has been brought thus publicly forward, we fear that the ...Article : 1,646 words
In the estate of William Melville, a second meeting was held. Debts were proved against the estate to the amount of £706 12s., after which the meeting was adjourned for examination of the insolvent, ...Article : 1,518 words
In order to save time, trouble, and postage, we propose to acknowledge the receipt of money letters in this part of our paper. Received from J. M. Lannceston, £150 ...Article : 38 words
An action on a promissory note for the sum of £15. The defendant pleaded that he did not make the note. It was proved that the defendant did make the note. ...Article : 134 words
An action of debt, to recover the sum of £750, under the following circumstances:—The late Peter M'Intyre and the defendant became sureties to the Bank of Australasia by a joint and several ...Article : 273 words
Mr. Darvall (with whom was Mr. Fisher), said this was a squatting case, and would require the greatest attention, the issue of it was of the utmost importance. The plaintiff is not in the colony: ...Article : 942 words
This was an action of trespass to recover damages from defendant for cutting down fences on plaintiff's farm. Defendant pleaded that there was a right of way, and on this the plaintiff joined ...Article : 373 words
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