What is the relevant case law on appeal from an appeal from the Master?

Saskatchewan, Canada

The following excerpt is from Mayberry v. Williams and Berg, 1910 CanLII 136 (SK CA):

Granger v. Latham, 14 Grant’s Ch. Rep. 209, was also cited. That was an appeal from the Master, to whom a reference had been made evidently for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not a title could be made, and the question of his being able to do so was the very matter under consideration.

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