- € 0,99
WASTE, C.J. The former administratrix of the above-entitled estate noticed this appeal from an order or decree of the probate court denying her application "for settlement of her amended first and final account and specifically from that portion . . . decreeing and adjudging that the item of two thousand five hundred dollars . . . was not her separate property . . . but that the same was and is property of the estate . . . and ordering [her] to account to said Court for the same." Subsequently, there was filed with this court a typewritten transcript of the judgment roll duly certified by the clerk of the court below. In some manner this transcript was inadvertently forwarded to this court for, at a later date, the appellant tendered a duly certified printed record containing a transcript of the judgment roll and a bill of exceptions. Appellant thereupon moved this court for an order substituting the printed record for the previously filed typewritten record or declaring it to be supplemental thereto. That motion is now before us for determination. Whether we grant or deny it will be of little moment to the appellant-movant for an examination of either or both of said records discloses that the appeal was prematurely filed and must therefore be dismissed. Under settled principles, a prematurely noticed appeal fails to confer jurisdiction and an appellate court of its own motion may dismiss the same.