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Rolex President Platinum Mother of Pearl Diamond Ladies Watch 79136. Officially certified chronometer self-winding movement. Platinum oyster case 26.0 mm in diameter. Rolex logo on a crown. Original Rolex factory diamond bezel. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal with Cyclops magnifier. Mother of pearl dial with the original Rolex factory set diamond hour markers. Date calendar at 3 o'clock aperture. Platinum president bracelet with hidden clasp. Fits 6 1/4\" wrist.
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Appellant claims that there is no evidence in the record to support the findings or judgment. He argues that Signal had the burden of proving the allegations of its complaint in interpleader and \"[t]he record demonstrates that no evidence was introduced by the plaintiff on its behalf.\" This claim is utterly groundless. The record shows, and on oral argument appellant conceded, that at the trial of the instant action (No. 79136) the court's attention was called to another action in the same court (No. 78385) between the same parties and involving conflicting claims over rental payments under the same lease and to stipulations filed in said action No. 78385 providing for the payment to the Crocker-Anglo National Bank of rentals deposited with the court.  While a court normally will not in one case take judicial notice of the records in another case, even though pending in the same court and between the same parties, it may do so where under the circumstances the interests of justice will be advanced or unreasonable hardship avoided and where the records of the other case are brought to the court's attention in some appropriate manner. (See Witkin, Cal. Evidence (1958) 48, pp. 63-64; 1961 Supp. at pp. 26-27.)
 The record shows that at the beginning of the trial, counsel for Signal advised the court that the matter of paying the rental was in effect moot since all the parties had stipulated that the moneys be paid to the bank, pursuant to stipulations filed in action No. 78385. He then handed the file in such case to the trial judge. We have examined certified copies of two stipulations now a part of this record. One of the stipulations, dated September 1, 1960, and filed in action No. 78385 on September 15, 1960, recites the pendency of various suits in interpleader and the deposit in court, in connection therewith, of the rental due under the lease for various months. Included among such recitals is one appertaining to the instant action No. 79136, now before us, and to the deposit [207 Cal. App. 2d 275] of $494.22 made in connection therewith, as we have heretofore noted. This stipulation provides in part that \"[a]ll rentals now on deposit with the Clerk ... in the above-described interpleader actions, shall be paid to Crocker-Anglo National Bank until its lien ... is paid in full.\" At the end thereof appears a \"Court Order\" reading as follows: \"Upon Presentation of the above Stipulation, It Is Hereby Ordered as above stipulated,\" signed by a judge of said court on September 15, 1960. fn. 2
FN 1. The complaint in interpleader was originally filed in the Municipal Court for the San Pablo Judicial District. Appellant's demurrer filed therein was overruled by said court. Appellant's answer and cross-complaint were originally filed in the municipal court on July 5, 1960, and thereafter upon transfer of the cause, refiled in the superior court on July 20, 1960, under action No. 79136. 59ce067264