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Margate Farndale v Bainbridge & anr magistrate's case
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE,

Southampton Coates v McCaul magistrate's case
ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

Cornwall, Launceston Simcoe v Pethick county court dft's app
APPEAL COUBT Mr. Justice

Mr. Justice
Date.

Yorkshire, Knaresborough Oxley v Atkinson & anr county court dft's
No. 2.
NORTH.
STIBLING.

app Monday, Nov.

Mr. Beal

Mr. Jackson Mr. Pugh Dorsetshire Pethick & org v Dorset County Council magistrate's case Tuesday

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Leach
Carrington

Lavie
Wednesday

Beal
Jackson

Pugh

Yorkshire, N R The Queen Middlesborough County Council (expte Thursday

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Leach
Carrington

Lavie

Livingston) nisi for mandamus to approve plans
Friday

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Beal
Jackson

Pugh Lancashire McLean v Monks magistrate's case
Saturday.

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Leach
Carrington

Lavie

Yorkshire, Knaresborough Waite v Imeson county court plt's app
Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Yorkshire, WR Buckley v Hanson magistrate's case
KEKEWICH.

ROMER.

BYRNE,

Middlesex, Marylebone Rossi v Firbank county court dft's app Monday, Nov.

8 Mr. King

Mr. Godfrey Mr. Pemberton Same Tedeschi v Same county court dft's app
Tuesday

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Farmer
Rolt

Ward

London Elsdon v Hammond magistrate's case
Wednesday

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King
Godfrey

Perberton
Thursday

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Farmer
Rolt

Ward

Cardiganshire Davies v Griffiths & ors quarter sessions special case Friday .12 King

Godfrey

Pemberton appllt's app
Saturday

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Farmer
Rolt

Ward

Devonshire, Honiton Wakebam v Bussell & anr county court dfts'

app
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

REVENUE PAPER.
QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION.

For Hearing.
MICHAELMAS SITTINGS, 1897.

Cause by English Information.
CROWN PAPER.
For Argument.

Attorney-Gen and Earl Cowley

Petition.
Leicestershire Carter v Shillcock magistrate's case
Staffordshire, Wolverhampton Allen i The London & North Western Re The Royal College of Surgeons
Ry Co county court plt's app

Cases as to Stamp Duty.
Surrey, Wandsworth Silk & ors v Steeger county court aft's app
Middlesex, Marylebone Metropolitan Railway Co v Chamberlain & Son The National Telephone Cold, applts, and The Commrs of Inland
county court aft's app

Revenue, respis Middlesex, Bow Driscoli & Wife v Poplar Board of Works county The City of London Brewery Co ld, applts, and The Commrs of Inland court dft's app

Revenue, respts Staffordshire, Wolverhampton Smith v Midland Ry Co county court

plt's app Warwickshire, Birmingham Cohen v Johnson county court d ft's app SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.—When the proprietors of an article of conMiddlesex, Marylebone Potts v Terrill county court dft's app

sumption are prepared to send over 2,000,000 free sample tins to those who Middlesex, Westminster Moult v Halliday county court plt's app send a post-card it is fair to assume the vendors must themselves have a Middlesex The Queen v High Bailiff of Westminister & Chamberlyn pretty good opinion of their specialité ; and when in addition they possess (expte Fisher) nisi to effect arrest

sufficient courage to "put up.” £10,000 in hard cash to pay for postage Middlesex, Bow Clifford v Thames Ironworks & Shipbuilding Co; ld of samples it must be evident they have satisfied themselves they possess a county court dft's app

good thing, and that it is better to demonstrate practically at the breakfast Essex The Queen v Commrs of Sewers for Havering, &c (expte London table than to depend upon mere assurances by advertisement. Dr. Tibbles'

County Council) nisi for certiorari for presentment for order and rate Vi.Cocoa (Limited), 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, London, E C., are sendSussex, Lewes Carter v Clarke & Co & ors county court dft's London, ing daily over 10.000 free sample tine of their special preparation to the Antwerp. &c Co ld's app

public, and as a result the sales are going up by leaps and bounds. This Berkshire, Reading Pharmaceutical Soc of Great Britain &c v Potter style of advertising has tbe merit of honesty, and that the public appreciate county court plt's app

it is shewn by the statement that Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa can now be Glamorganshire, Swansea Morris v Morris county court plt's app obtained from grocers, chemists, and stores everywhere, and the trade are Lancashire Knowles & Snn, Id v Sinclair magistrate's case

unanimous in saying that no preparation of a similar character has ever Same Rishton v Mayor, &c of Haslingden magistrate's case

given equal satisfaction to their customers. To obtain a tin it is only Surtey, Farnham Shaw v Lutman county court dft's app

necessary to send a post-card, and the name of SOLICITORS' JOURNAL should Lancashire, Blackpool Barrett v Haigh & anr county court plt's app be mentioned.-[Adit.] Surrey The Queen v Wimbledon Buriul Board &c (expte Hatton) nisi for mandamus to permit inspection of books

WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND Lessees.—Before purNorthamptonshire, Northampton Singleton & Co, Id v Hutchins & ors

chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly county court clmts' app

Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter Lancashire, Liverpool Lewis & anr v Burrell county court plts'

Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full

particulars. (Established 21 years.)-[Apvt.7 app Hampshire, Southampton Stride v Martin county court dft's app Yorkshire, Pontefract MacDonald v Swift county court plt's app. Middlesex, Bloomsbury Watkins v White (Maples & Co, id, clmts)

THE PROPERTY MART. county court plt's app

SALES OF ENSUING WEEK,
Middlesex, Marylebone Tripp v Cooper county court Sarah Hannah
Cooper's app

Nov. 10.-Mr. HERBERT W. Dunphy, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Ground-rent of

£50, secured upon property in Bexhill. Solicitor, E. Elvy Robb, Esq., Tunbridge Burnley Burnley Equitable Co-operative & Industrial Soc ld v Pickles

Wells. Freehold Ground-rent of £20, secured upon eight houses in Bexhill; Freehold magistrate's case

Ground-rent of £15 159., secured on three houses in Hastings; Freehold Ground-rent Middlesex, Brompton Amherst v Nichols & anr county court dft of £12 12s., secured upon four houses in Hastings. Bolicitor, R. H. Raby, Esq., Duerre's app

Hastings. Two Freehold Villa Residences at Hastings, value £76 per annum.

Solicitors, Messrs. Langham, Son, & Douglas, London. Freehold Residence at Met Pol Dist London County Council v Rowton Houses ld magistrate's Hastings, rental value £120 per annum. (See advertisements, this week, P. 22) case

Nov. 11 - Messrs. C. C & T. Moore, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Dwelling-House at Surrey, Wandsworth Wyllie v Walker county court dft's app

Old Ford, let at £24 14s. per annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Moodie & Son, London.

Freehold Property in Hackney-road; let at 30s. per week. Solicitor, John AstLondon McAlpin v Caxton Permanent Benefit Building Soc county

bridge, Esq., London. Freehold Properties and Ground-rents in Bethnal Green, court plt's app

Freeholds in Commercial-road, Copyholds in St. George's East, Leaseholds in St. Met Pol Dist Faucett & ors v Bierman magistrate's case

George's East. Solicitors, Messrs. Stones, Morris, & Stones, of London Leasehold

Houses in Mile End at £114 per annum. Solicitor, John Ashbridge, Esq., London. Liverpool MacSymon's Stores ld v Shuttleworth magistrate's cáse

Freehold Houses and Shops in City-road and Kentish Town, and Leasehold Residence Middlesex, Westminster Sharp v List county court plt's app

in Kentish Town; producing in all about £112 per annum. Solicitor, Percy C. Ray, London The Queen v Manchester, Sheffield, & Lioco'nshire Ry Co Esq., London. (See advertisements this week, P. 22.) (expte Pearce) Nisi for mandamus to summon jury to assess com

Nov. 11.-Messrs. Stinson & Sons, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Fully Licensed Tavern, in the

Old Bailey, 30 years unexpired, at £180 per annum, with Reversion. Solicitors, pensation

Barton & Pearman, London. Leasehold Properties in Islington, Kentish Town, Sussex, Lewes Carter v Clarke & Co & ors county court dfts Stephen Paddington, and High Holborn. Solicitor, Charles Rogers, Esq., London. Leaseson, Clarke, & Co's app

hold Properties in Hampstead-road, producing £82 per annum. Solicitors, Messrs.

Barton & Pearman, London. Freehold Houses at East Ham, producing £75 per Lancashire, Preston Orton v Porter county court plt's app

annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Wetherfield, Son, & Baines, London. Leasehold Houses Durham, Barnard Castle Watson v Holmes county court dft's app

and Beerhouse in Old Kent-road, producing £500 per annum. Solicitor, C. G. Algar, London Hammersmith Vestry v Ainsworth magistrate's case

Esq., London. Freehold Residence at Wandsworth, let at £65 per annum. SoliciLondon Godwin & anr v Hart county court plt's app

tors, Messrs. Travers, Smith, Braithwaite, & Robinson, London. (See advertise

ment, this week, p. 22.) Yorkshire, Todmorden Greenwood v Shackleton county court plt's

app Dev nshire The Queen v Hodge, Esq., & ors, Jj, & Overseers of Compton Gifford (expte Cleverton) Nisi to hear complaint

WINDING UP NOTICES. Glamorganshire, Swansea Jones v Demery, county court plt's app

London Gazette.--FRIDAY, Oct. 29. Same Same v Same county court Mary Jones & ors' app

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. Samo Davies v Usher & Co county court plt's app

LIMITED IN CHANOERY. Hyde Maloney & ors v Lingard quarter sessions special case reşpt's Anglo-FRENCH PNEUMATIC COMPENSATION CrcLe Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, app

on or before Dec 9, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their

debts or claims, to Christopher Robson, 52, Queen Victoria st. Maddisons, 1, King's to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Arms yard, solors for liquidator

Thomas Waterworth, 68, Victoria st, Blackburn DEBURGO Spring Wabel Co, LIMITED--Petn for winding up, presented Oct 25, directed MALACATE MINING AND ŚMELTING Co, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 29, to be heard on Nov 10. Ward & Co, 85, Gracechurch st, solors for petners

directed to be heard on Nov 10. James, 60, Lincoln's inn fields, solor for petner. Dixcey & Co, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 27, directed to be heard Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the

on Nov 10.' Clay, 1852, Marylebone rd, solor for petner. Notice of appearing must afternoon of Nov 9 reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 8

RONCORONI BONACINA & Co, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 29, directed LEEDS AND County UNIONIST CLUB-HOUSE CO, LIMITED (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) to be heard on Nov 10. Miller & Steele, St Stephen's chmbrs, Telegraph st, solors for

Creditors are required, on or before Dec 11, to send their names and addresses, and petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. Charles Henry Wilson, South parade, the afternoon of Nov 9 Leeds. Nelson & Co, Leeds, solors for liquidator

WARD ELECTRICAL CAR Co, LIMITED-Peta for winding up, presented Oct 26, directed to MELKLHAM COFFEE PUBLIC-House Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov be heard on Nov 10. W. & W. Stocken, 48, Limest, solors for petner. Notice of

15, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Mr. C. G. Moule, Melksbam

Nov 9 ROBERTS RESTAURANT, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 30, to send WHEEL CLUB, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 28, directed to be heard on

their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles Nov 10. Dade & Co, 21, Copthall avenue, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must
Robert Scholes, Stanley chmbrs, Bury. Pickstone & Jones, Radcliffe, Lancs, solors for reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 9
liquidator

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.

SUSPENDED FOR THREE MONTHS.
Lostock HERO LODGE, Grand UNITED ORDER OF ORDFELLOWS, Lancashire and Yorkshire NARBERTH FRIENDLY Society, Angel Hotel, Narberth, Pembroke. Oct 21

Hotel, Bamber Bridge, Preston, Lancs. Oct 20
SELBOENE BUFFALO PROVIDENT FUND, Royal George Inn, 34, New st, Kennington, Oct 13
London Gazette.--TUESDAY, Nov. 2.

CREDITORS' NOTICES.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIB.

UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.

LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.

London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Oct. 29.
AUSTRALIAN AND AFRICAN SYNDICATE, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) --Creditors are required, RAMSKILL, JABEZ Spence, 8t Helen's pl, Bishopsgate, Doctor of Medicine Dec 7 Bushell

on or before Dec 13, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their v Ramskill, North, J Crosley & Burn, Moorgate st bldgs

debts or claims, to Mr. Ernest Henry Wilson, 37, Old Jewry BANQUE INDUSTRIELLE FONCIÈRE ET AGRICOLE, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented

London Gazette-TUESDAY, Nov. 2. Oct 29, directed to be heard on Nov 10. Nicholson. 11, Lincoln's inn flelds, solor for LUMB, WILLIAM, Brotherod, Rochdale, Lancs, Cotton Spinner Dec 2 Holt v Lumb, petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in Registrar, Manchester Standring, Rochdale the afternoon of Nov 4

MILLER, STEPHEN PETER, 8t Leonards on Sea, Decorator Dec 8 Miller v Miller, StirGREEN BROOK MANUFACTURING CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Dec 15, ling, J Martin, King st, Guildhall

BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. ROGERS, WILLIAM, Kingswood, Glos, Boot Manufacturer Rougu, FREDERICK, Hereford, Cycle Engineer Nov 8 at 3 Bristol Pet Oct 15 Pet Oct 26

2, Offa st, Hereford
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Oct. 29.

RULE, HENRY JAMES, Helston, Cornwall, Blacksmith Sampson, JOSEPH, Chorlton upon Medlock, Manchester
RECEIVING ORDERS.
Truro Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Nov 9 at3 Off Reo, Byrom st, Manchester
SANDERS, HERBERT Edwin, Southwark st, Provision Mer- SANDERSON, DANIEL, jun, Pendlebury, Lancs, Labourer
BARRETT, NICHOLAS, Falmouth, Confectioner Truro Pet chant High Court Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Nov 9 at 3.30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

SANDERSON, DANIEL, jun, Pendlebury, Lancs, Labourer Smith, Joshua, Ossett, York Nov 5 at 3 Off Rec, Bank BossingHAM, JOHN, Stickford, Lincs, Farmer Boston Pet Salford Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23

chmbrs, Batley Oct 25 Ord Oct 26

SAVORY, EDWARD COIRISTOPHER. Barton Mills, Suffolk, Suite, WILLIAM GEORGE, Bexley Heath, Kent, Grocer Nov Bowes, EDWARD, Maidstone, Builder Maidstone Pet Oct Miller Bury St Edmunds Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23

10 at 3 Bankruptcy blugs, Carey st 8 Ord Oct 27

SELBY, GEORGE WILLIAM COLEMAN, Sevenoaks, Kent, STANIFORTA, WILLIAM, Sheffield, Butcher Nov 5 at 3 Off Bowman, PARKER, Patterdale, Westmorland, Joiner Car Farmer Tunbridge Wells Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Rec, Figtree In, Sheffield lisle Pet Oct 15 Ord Oct 27 SHIPMAN, JOSEPH ERNEST, Leicester, Butcher Leicester

Sykes, William, and ARTHUR STARKIE, Halifax, Builders Brixson, Tom HENRY, Christchurch East, Southampton, Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Nov 10 at 11' Off Rec, Townhall chmbrs, Halifax Farmer Poole Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23 SUALL, HUBERT ELIAS, Ash, Kent, Saddler Canterbury

TRUMPER, Thomas William Walwyn, Gro-mont, Mon, BURNS, ALFRED LEONARD, Bolton, Tailor Bolton Pet Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Farmer Nov 8 at 12 2, Offa st, Hereford
Oct 12 Ord Oct 25
SMALLWOOD, RICHARD, Altrincham, Bricklayer Manches-

VEYSEY, FREDERICK, Chittlehampton, Devon, Cattle CHANTLER, DANIEL, Charlwood, Surrey, Farmer Croydon ter Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Dealer Nov 6 at 11 King's Arms Hotel, BarnPet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26 SMITH, DAVID BERKEN, Northampton, Provisi on Dealer

staple CHEESERIGHT, HERBERT JAMES, Wolverhampton, Draper Northampton Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

WELLINGHAM, ARTHUR, Guist, Norfolk, Farmer Nov 6 at Wolverhampton Pet Oct 2 Ord Oct 25 STANIFORTE, Thomas, Warwick Leicester Pet Oct 25

12 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich CLAPP, CHARLES, Penge, Builder Croydon Pet Oct 6 Ord Ord Oct 25

WILLIAMS, DAVID, Llanbradach, Glam, Blacksmith Nov
Oct 26
SYKES, WILLIAM, and ARTHUR STARKIE, Halifax, Builders

5 at 12 65, High st, Merthyr Tydal
CLARKE, HARRY, Pudsey, Yorks, Grocer Bradford Pet Halifax Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25
Oct 27 Ord Oct 27
TodD, JAMES HERBERT, Rushden, Northamptons North-

ADJUDICATIONS.
Clowes, Mark, and DAVID Carson, Altrincham Man ampton Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

ANDERSOX, ELIZABETH Ann, Bootle, Lancs, Boot Dealer chester Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27

Thomas, JOSEPH ROBERT, North Featherstone, Yorks, Liverpool Pet Oct 7 Ord Oct 25 Coombs, CHARLES, Pinedon, Northamtonshire, Shoe Manu Painter Wakefield Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Andrews, Josep Price, New Swindon, Wilts, Grocer facturer Northampton Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23 Toone, GEORGE, Cropstone, Leicoster, Builder Leicester Swindon Pet Sept 29 Ord Oct 26 CORNTHWAITE, ROBERT, Lupton, Westmorland, Farmer Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

ASHBY, FREDERICK, Chester, Joiner Chester Pet Oct 13 Kendal Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

WALKER, SAMUEL, Gorton, Lancs, Builder Ashton under Ord Oct 27 CBACKSTOx, THOMAS, Bredbury, nr Stockport, Mason Lyne Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

BABRETT, NICHOLAS, Falmouth, Confectioner Truro Pet Stockport Pet Ont 22 Ord Oct 27

Wilson, James GEORGE, Pembroke, Saddler Pembroke Oct 26 Ord Oct 26 CRAIGEN, JOAN, Keswick, Cumberland, Coachbuilder Dock Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 25

BRESTON, JOAN SMITH, Manchester, Costume Manufacturer Cockermouth Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 26

WINCHESTER, ELIZA, Barnet, Fishmonger Barnet Pet Manchester Pet Oct 14 Ord Oct 26 Cross, JOHN ASHBY, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Hosier New Oct 23 Ord Oct 23

BOSSINGHAM, Joan, Stickford, Lincs, Farmer Boston Pet castle on Tyne Pet Oct 11 Ord Oct 26

YOUNGMAN, PAILIP GEOROE. Stoke Ash, Suffolk, Dealer Oct 25 Ord Oct 26 CROUCH, CHRISTOPHER, Billiter st, Dry Dock Owner high Ipswich Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Brisson, Tom Henry, Christchurch East, Southampton, Court Pet Aug 27 Ord Oct 26

Farmer Poole Pet Oct 21 Ord Oct 23
DAVIDSON, R VENOUR, Fyzabad, India High Court Pet

Amended notices substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of Oct 26:

CHAMBERLYN, ADOLPH Hexri, Shaftesbury aven, Theatrical Dec 14 Ord Oct 26

Manager High Court Pet July 1 Ord Oct 25 DRAKE, GEORGE, Hawkhurst, Kent, Carrier Hastings Pet BEESTON, JOHN SMITH, Manchester, Costume Manufacturer CLOWES, MARK, and David Carson, Altrincham ManOct 26 Ord Oct 26 Manchester Pet Oct 14 Ord Oct 21

chester Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27 DUCKWORTH, CHARLES, Harriseahead, Staffs Henley Pet Watsox, THOMAS, Manchester Balford Ord Oct 20

Coouns, CHARLES, Finedon, Northamptons, Shoe ManuOct 26 Ord Oct 26

FIRST MEETINGS.

facturer Northampton Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 23 GLIDDON, HERBERT HABRY, Newington Butts, Corn Dealer

CORNELIUS, CHARLES GEORGE, Hastings, Carriage Builder High Court Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27

ANDERSON, ELIZABETH Anx, Bootle, Lancs, Boot Dealer Hastings Pet Oct 21 Ord Oct 25 GOTLEY, WILLIAM EDWIN, Bishopston, Glos Bristol Pet

Nov 9 at 12 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool

CORNTHWAITE, ROBERT, Lupton, Westmrld, Farmer KenOct 26 Ord Oct 23

BIDDLE, John, jun, Uptın on Severn, Worcs, Boatman dal Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 GREGORY, THomas Kilver, Hastings, Echoolmaster Nov 6 at 11.30 Off Rec, 45, Copenhagen st, Worcester Cotton, FREDERICK, Cosham, Hants High Court Pet Hastings Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27

BURNS, ALFRED LEONARD, Kolton, Tailor Nov 5 at 3 Off June 1 Ord Oct 4 HARDY, RICHARD Henry, Huddersfield, Coal Agent Hud

Rec, Byrom st, Manchester

CRACKSTON, THOMAS, Limes, Bredbury, nr Stockport, dersfield Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23

COOPER, John, Peckham Nov 5 at 2.30 Bankruptcy Mason Stockport Pet Oct 22 Ord Oct 27 HOWE, WILLIAM JOEL, Bedford, Fishmonger Bedford Pet

bldgs, Carey st

Doo, EDWIN ARTHUR, Cambridge, Stationer Cambridge Oct 25 Ord Oct 26 DAVIEB, GEORGE THOMAS, Swansea, Master Mariner Nov

Pet Sept 30 Ord Oct 25 Johnson, Joseph MELL, Worksop, Notts, Plumber Shef

6 at 11.30_Off Rec, 81, Alexandra rd, Swansea

DOCKWORTH, CHARLES, Harriseahead, Staffs Hanley Pet field Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 26 Davis, JOHN JAMES, Cinderford, Glos, Grocer Nov 6 at 12

Oct 26 Ord Oct 26 LEWIS. DANIEL, Porth, Glam, Boot Dealer Pontypridd

Off Rec, Station rd, Gloucester

GLIDDON, HERBERT HARRY, Newington Butts, Corndealer Pet Oct 22 Ord Oct 25 Doo, EDWIN Arthur, Cambridge, Stationer Nov 6 at 11

High Court Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27 LOVEDAY, ARTHUR, Cheltenham, Fishmonger Cheltenham

Off Rec, 5, Petty Cury, Cambridge

HARDY, RICHARD HENRY, Huddersfield, Coal Dealer's Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 23 EMERY, WILLIAM, sen, Soberton, Hants Nov 5 at 12 Off

Agent Huddersfield Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23 MARSDEN, PETER, Bradford, Farmer Bradford Pet Oct Rec, 4, East st, Southampton

HART, J J, Chiswick Brentford Pet Sept 9 Ord Oct 22 27 Ord Oct 27 Fox, EDWARD, Hammersmith, Stonemason Nov 5 at 12

Howe, WILLIAM JOEL, Bedford, Fishmoager Bedford Massey, CHARLES HENBy, Warrington, Grocer Warring- Gliddon, HERBERT ARBY, Newington Butts, Corn Dealer

Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 ton Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27

Jonnson, JOSEPH Mell, Worksop, Notts, Plumber ShefMURPHY, JAMES EDWARD, Leeds Leeds Pet Oct 25 Ord

Nov 9 at 12 Bankruptoy bldgs, Carey st

field Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 Oct 25 HANCOCK, John, Kilnhurst, Yorks, Fishmonger Nov 5 at

JONES, E W, Jubilee st, Provision Dealer High Court Pet NORTON, MARGARET, Scarborough Scarborough Pet Oct

2.30 Off Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield

Sept 25 Ord Oct 25 25 Ord Oct 25 HARRIS, PETER JONEs, Llanbradach, Collier Nov 5 at 3

LEWIS, Daniel, Porth, Glam, Boot Dealer Pontypridd PITTARD, BALDWIN, Tottenham, Baker Edmonton Pet 65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil

Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 Sept 22 Ord Oct 25

LittLkY, GEORGE JAMES WILLIE, Ottery St Mary, Devon, LINDNER, ALICE Louisa, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire BirkenPowell, ALBERT Thomas, King's Heath, Worcesters, Com

Irunmonger Nov 8 at 11 The 'astie, Exeter

head Pet Sept 9 Ord Oct 26 mission Agent Birmingham Pet Oct 25 Ord 'Oct 25 Lovatt, Tuomas HENRY, and CHARLES Lovatt, MexRATHBONE, CHARLES, Walsall, Beerhouse Keeper Walsall

brough, Yorks, Grocers Nov 5 at 2 Off Rec, 'Figtree LoveDAY, ARTHUR, Cheltenham, Fishmonger Cheltenham

Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23 Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23

lane, Sheffield Rich, CHARLES JAMES, Leeds Leeds Pet Oct 25 Ord

PARRY, Thomas, Widnes, Lancs, Milk Dealer Nov 16 at MARSDEN, PETER, Bradford, Farmer Bradford Pet Oct Oct 25 12' Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool

27 Ord Oct 27 RIGBY, JAMES, Milton, Staffs, Manufacturer Hanley Pet

POUNTNEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Wimbledon Nov 8 at 11.30 MASSEY, CHARLES LENRY, Warrington, Grocer WarringOct 13 Ord Oct 26 24, Railway app, London Bridge

ton Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 27 ROBINSON, BENJAMIN, Hogsthorpe, Lincs, Grocer Boston RICHARDS, Joan, Winsle, Pembroke, Farmer Nov 5 at MURPHY, JAMES EDWARD, Leeds, Paperhanging Dealer Pet Oct 26 Ord Oot 26 12.80 Tempérance Hall, Pembroke Dock

Leeds Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 26

sq,

NORTON, MARGARET, Scarborough Scarborough Pet Ot | KirkuAM, FREDERICK JOHN, Waterloo, Lancs, Grocer ELLIOTT, WILLIAM HENRY, Woking, Tobacconist Nov 10 25 Ord Oct 25 Liverpool Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28

at 12.30 24, Railway app, London Bridge POUNTNEY, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Wimbledon Kingston, KNIGHT, CHARLES, Newport, I of W, Photographer New- ELLIS, John Ramsden, Leeds, Butcher Nov 11 at 11 Off Surrey Pet Sept 6_Ord Oct 27 port Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28

Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds RATHBONE, CHARLES, Walsall, Beerhouse Keeper Walsall LUNN, JOSEPH, Clun, Salop, Clogger Leominster Pet Fellman, Macs, Swansea, Glazier Nov 9 at 12 Off Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 23 Oct 30 Ord Oct 30

Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea Rica, CHARLES James, Leeds Leeds Pet Oct 25 Ord MARSHALL, PETER, Brighton Brighton Pet Oct 30 Ord FLEETWOOD, John Thomas, Rochdale, Licensed Victualler Oct 25 Oct 30

Nov 9 at 11 Townhall, Rochdale RICHMOND, RICHARD, Manchester High Court Pet Aug 31 MATTHEWS, BENJAMIN BECKETT, Gainsborough, Grocer GOTLEY, WILLIAM EDWIN, Bishopston, Glos Nov 10 at Ord Oct 27 Lincoln Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

12.45 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol ROBINSON, BENJAMIN, Hogsthorpe, Lincs, Grocer Boston MELVILLE, GEORGE CLOUGH, Manchester, Auctioneer GREGORY, THOMAS KILNER, Hastings, Schoolmaster

Nov Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26 Manchester Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28

9 at 2 Young & Son, Bank bldgs, Hastings ROGERS, WILLIAM, Kingswood, Glos, Boot Manufacturer MORGAN, OWEN, Swansea, Hotel Manager Swansea Pet HARDY, RICHARD HENRY, Huddersfield, Coal Dealer's Bristol Pet Oct 15 Ord Oct 27 Oct 28 Ord Oct 28

Agent Nov 10 at 11 Off Rec, 19, John William st, RULE, HENRY JAMES, Helston, Cornwall, Blacksmith SIMPSON, FRANCES, Birkenhead, Confectioner Liverpool Huddersfield Truro Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28

HARTLEY, JAMES, Blackpool Nov 12 at 2.30 Off Rec, 14, SANDERSON, DANIEL, jun, Pendlebury, Lancs, Labourer SPEER, WALTER HAROLD, Hove, Journalist Brighton Pet Chapel st, Preston Salford Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 27

Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

HILL, Thomas CHARLES, Gainsborough, Grocer Nov 16 at Savory, EDWARD CHRISTOPHER, Barton Mills, Suffolk, STARLING, JAMES WALTER, Lower Sheringham, Norfolk, 12 Off Rec, Lincoln Miller Bury St Edmunds Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 26

Carpenter Norwich Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30

HOWE, WILLIAM JOEL, Bedford, Fishmonger Nov 10 at 11 SMALLWOOD, RICHARD, Altrincham, Bricklayer Manchester Thomas, RICHARD, Abercrave, Brecon, Builder High Off Rec, St Paul's Bedford Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Court Pet Aug 25 Ord Oct 28

LANGBURN, ROBERT JEFFERY, Middlesborough, Debt ColSMITH, David BERKEN, Northampton, Provision Dealer TULLY, JANE RHODA, Amersham, Bucks Carlisle Pet lector Nov 9 at 3_Off Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland Northampton Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Oct 14 Ord Oct 29

LAWRENCE, HENRY, Langstone, Newport, Mon, IronSPRINGFORD, RUPERT, Merton, Surrey, Cycle Manufacturer TURNER, WALTER GERALD, West Norwood, Tire Maker founder Nov 10 at 12 Off Rec, Gloucester Bank Croydon Pet Aug 19 Ord Oct 23 High Court Pet Oct 20 rd Oct 28

chmbrs, Newport, Mon STANIFORTH, Taomas, Brownsover, Warwick, Carman WALPOLE, HORACE, Bruton st High Court Pet Oct 6 LEWIS, SYDNEY, Cwmtillery, Mon, Contractor Nov 10 at Leicester Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 Ord Oct 28

12'65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil Sykes, WILLIAM, and ARTHUR STARKIE, Halifax, Builders WESENCRAFT, RH, Great Winchester st High Court Pet LoveDAY, ARTHUR, Cheltenham, Fishmonger Nov 11 at Halifax Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25 Oct 5 Ord Oct 28

11.15 County Court bldgs, Cheltenham THOMAS, JOSEPH ROBERT, Kingston upon Hull, Painter West, WILLIAM, Cross lane, Eastcheap, Ship Broker MARSDEN, PETER, Bradford, Farmer Nov 11 at 12 Off Wakefield Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26 High Court Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 28

Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford TODD, JAMES HEBBERT, Rushden, Northamptons North-Westley, John, Birmingham, Cabinet Maker Birming Matthews BENJAMIN BECKETT, Gainsborough, Grocer ampton Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 26 ham Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

Nov 16 at 12.30 Off Rec, Lincoln Toone, GEORGE, Cropstone, Leicester, Builder Leicester Wilkinsoy, ROBERT CHARNLEY, Ecclesfield, Coal Merchant MuepuY, JAMES EDWARD, Leeds, Paperhanging Dealer

Sheffield Pet Oct 13 Ord'Oct 28

Nov 10 at 12 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds TWIGGER, JOHN, Walsall, Grocer Walsall Pet Sept 16 WOODCOCK, CHARLES, Pimlico rd, Grocer Wandsworth NORMAN, WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Builder Nov 9 Ord Oct 23 Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 28

11 Off Rec, Trinity House lane, Hulí WALKER, SAMUEL, Gorton, Lancs, Builder Ashton under

ORFORD, J F, Plumstead rd, Builder Nov 9 at 11.30 24, Lyne Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Amended Notice substituted for that published in the Railway app, London bridge WILLIAMS, THOMAS, Ystradgynlais, Brecon, Grocer Neath

London Gazette of Oct. 12:

Preece, BENJAMIN, Coleford, Glos, Iron Founder Nov 10 Pet Aug 21 Ord Oct 26

at 11 Off Rec, Gloucester Bank chmbrs, Newport, Wilson, JAMES GEORGE, Pembroke, Saddler Pembroke BLOTT, ARTHUR ANGELO FLEETWOOD, Catford, Kent Mon Dock Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 25

Greenwich Pet Aug 18 Ord Oct 5 YOUNGMAN, PHILIP GEORGE, Stoke Ash, Suffolk, Dealer

RATHBONE, CHARLES, Walsall, Beerhouse Keeper Nov 11 Ipswich Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

Amended Notice substituted for that published in the at 11.30 Off Rec, Walsall
London Gazette of Sept. 22:

BOBINSON, BENJAMIN, Hogsthorpe, Lincs, Grocer Nov 18
ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.

at 12.30 Off Rec, 4 and 6, West st, Boston

ROGERS, WILLIAM, Kingswood, Boot Manufacturer Nov HAMBLIN, Alfred, and WILLIAM ARTHUR HAMBLIN, Dor- SPRINGFORD, RUPERT RICHMOND, Wimbledon, Cycle Manuking, Surrey, Builders Croydon Adjud Feb 25, 1897 facturer Croydon Pet Sept 2 Ord Oct 19

10 at 12 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol Annul Oct 19

RULE, HENRY JAMES, Helston, Cornwall, Blacksmith Nov Amended Notice substituted for that published in the

11 at 12.30 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Nov. 2.

London Gazette of Oct 26:

Saint, FRANCES, Castle Eden, Durham Nov 9 at 2.30
RECEIVING ORDERS.
SMALLWOOD, RICHARD, Altrincham, Bricklayer Man-

Off Rec, 25, John st, Sunderland
chester Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

SAMUELS, Lewis, Bristol, Commission Agent Nov 10 at ASHFORD, FREDERICK, Hanley, Staffs, Licensed Victualler

11.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol Hanley Pet Oct 16 Ord Oct 29

FIRST MEETINGS.

Savory, EDWARD CHRisTOPHER, Barton_Mills, Suffolk, BELL, Oliver, Kingston upon Hull, Grocer Kingston

Miller Nov 10 at 11.45 Angel Hotel, Bury St upon Hull Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

ANDREWS, JOSEPH PRICE, Swindon, Wilts, Grocer Nov 10 Edmunds BOARDMAN, John, Bolton, Packing Case Maker Bolton Pet at 11 Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, Swindon

HEPHERD, JAMES LAIDLAW, Birmingham Nov 12 at 11 Oct 29 Ord Oct 29 Backus, John, Thomas CARR, and FREDERICK HALFORD,

23, Colmore row, Birmingham BROWNE, HENRY Francis Wolfe, Stoke, Suffolk High Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Nov 9 at 3 Off Rec, 1,

SHIPMAN, JOSEPH Ernest, Leicester, Butcher Nov 10 at Court Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30 Berridge st, Leicester

12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester CLARK, Matro, New Broad st, Railway Contractor High BARRETT, NICHOLAS, Falmouth, Confectioner Nov 11 at

SMALL, HUBERT ELIAS, Ash, Kent, Saddler Nov 11 at 9 Court Ord Aug 9 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro

Off Rec, 73, Castlest, Canterbury
Corr, CHARLES ERNEST, Leicester, Baker Leicester Pet BOARDMAN, Joun, Bolton, Packing Case Maker Nov 9 at
Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

11 16, Wood st, Bolton

SMALLWOOD, RICHARD, Altrincham, Bricklayer Nov 9 at DALE, Edwin, Canning Town High Court

3.45 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchestsr Pet Oct 28 BOSSINGHAM, John, Stickford, Lincs, Farmer Nov 18 at 12 SMITH, HARRY, Birmingham, Fishmonger Nov 10 at 11 Ord Oct 28 Off Rec, 4 and 6, West st, Boston

23, Colmoro row, Birmingham GEORGE, IC THORNE, Oxenden st, Coventry st High Court CLARKE, HARRY, Pudsey, Yorks, Grocer Nov 11 at 11 Off

SPRINGFORD, RUPERT RICHMOND, Wimbledon, Cycle ManuPet July 26 Ord Oct 29 Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford

facturers Nov 9 at 11.30 24, Railway app, London HAMAR, Henry Bryan, Wellbrook, Peterceurch, Farmer Coombs, CHABLES, Finedon, Northamptons, Shoe Manu

Bridge Hereford Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

facturer Nov 10 at 1 County Court bldgs, Sheep st, HANCOCK, JOHN, Darlington, Striker Stockton on Tees Northampton

STANIFORTH, Thomas, Brownsover, Warwick, Railway Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

CRAIGEN, JOAN, Keswick, Cumberland, Coachbuilder Nov Carman Nov 9 at 12 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, HAVERCROFT, GEORGE WILLIAM, jun, Kingston up Hull 16 at 3 Court house, Cockermouth

Leicester Corn Merchant's Agent Kingston upon Hull Pet Clouch, CHRISTOPHER, Billiter st, Dry Dock Owner Nov THOMAS, JOSEPH ROBERT, Kingston upon Hull, Painter Oct 29 Ord Oct 29 11 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs. Carey st

Nov 9 at 11 Off Rec, 6, Bond ter, Wakefield HILL, THOMAS CHABLES, Gainsborough, Grocer Lincoln Daur, EDWIN, Canning Town Nov 11 at 2.30 Bankruptcy Todd, JAMES HERBERT, Rushden Nov 10 at 12.30 County Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28 bldgs, Carey_st

Court bldgs, Sheep st, Northampton HINCHLIFFE, JAMES ALFRED, Pudsey, York, Joiner Brad- LAVIDSON, R VENOUR, Fyzabad, India Nov 11 at 11 TOONE, GEORGE, Leicester, Builder Nov 9 at 12.30 Off ford Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester HUSTLER, BENJAMIN, Morley, York, Cloth Finisher Dews- DRAKE, GEORGE, Hawkhurst, Kent, Carrier Nov 10 at 12 WALKER, WALTER HENRY, Scarborough Nov 10 at 11 Off bury Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30 Queen's Hotel, Hawkhurst

Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds Hutt, WILLIAM, Alton, Hants, Horse Trainer Winches- DYER, JAMES, Kingston upon Hull, Coal Merchant Nov 9 WARD, FREDERICK CHARLES, Llanishen, Glam, Butcher ter Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29 at 11.30 Off Rec, Trinity House lane, Hull

Nov 11 at 11 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff

NATIONAL DISCOUNT COMPANY, LIMITED,

35, CORNHILL, LONDON, E.C. Subscribed Capital, £4,233,325. Paid-up Capital, £846,665.

Reserve Fund, £460,000.

DIRECTORS.

WILLIAM JAMES THOMPSON, Esq., Chairman. FREDERICK CHALMERS, Esq.

ARCHIBALD CAMERON NORMAN, Esq.
WILLIAM HANCOCK, Esq.
EDMUND THEODORE DOXAT, Esq.

JOHN FRANCIS OGILVY, Esq.
WILLIAM FOWLER, Esq.
QUINTIN HOGG, Esq.

AUGUSTUS SILLEM, Esq.
Manager : CHARLES HENRY HUTCHINS, Esq. Sub-Manager : LEWIS BEAUMONT, Esq. Secretary: CHARLES WOOLLEY, Esq.
Auditors: JAMES MORTON BELL, Esq.; JOSEPH GURNEY FOWLER, Esq. (Messrs. Price, Waterhouse, & Co.).

Bankers: BANK OF ENGLAND; THE UNION BANK OF LONDON, LIMITED.

Approved Mercantile Bills Discounted. Loans granted upon Negotiable Securities.

Money received on Deposit, at Call and Short Notice, at the Current Market Rates, and for Longer Periods upon Terms to be Specially Agreed upon.

Investments in and sales of all descriptions of British and Foreign Securities effected.

Watson, Thomas, Manchester Nov 9 at 2.30

Off Rec,

AGAIN, we give evidence to prove that Dr. Tibbles' Vi.Cocoa places a means in the hands of Byrom st, Manchester

everyone to build up and maintain a sound constitution, which enables its possessor to travel his WHEELER, HENRY, Newport, Mon, Fish Merchant Nov 10

at 11.30 Off Rec, Gloucester Bank chmbrs, Newport life's journey without the aches and pains which are in many cases preventible. White, JW, Queen Victoria st, Printer Nov 10 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Mr. Laurence Hood, Manchester and Provincial WILLMOTT, FREDERICK, Plymouth, Commission Agent

Hotel, Usher's Quay, Dublin, writes : “ Several Nov 9 at 11 10, Athenæum ter, Plymouth

visitors have asked for and now prefer Dr. Tibbles' WINCHESTER, ELIZA, Barnet, Fishmonger Nov 15 at 3 Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple avenue

Vi-Cocoa to any other, and I and my family also WRIGHT, THOMAS, Reading, Life Insurance Agent Nov 11

use it. It affords me much pleasure to express my at 12.15 Queen's Hotel, Reading

individual opinion and the collective sentiments of YOUNGMAN, Philip GEORGE, Stoke Ash, Suffolk, Dealer

my customers respecting the merits of Dr. Tibbles' Nov 9 at 3 Off Rec, 36, Princes st, Ipswich

Vi-Cocoa. Compared with rival preparations, it ADJUDICATIONS.

fairly holds the field. In no single instance (I am BARTLETT, THERISSA BANNISTER, Conyngham rd, Uxbridge

speaking of a very wide clientèle drawn from difrd High Court Pet Sept 18 Ord Oct 30

ferent classes of society) have I heard an expres. Bell, OLIVER, Kingston upon Hull, Grocer, Kingston upon

sion of preference for any other concoction after Hull Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29 BESANT, HERBERT, Whitchurch, Southampton, Coal Mer

your preparation has been called into the market. chant Salisbury Pet Oct 11 Ord Oct 29

“The points in its favour which I have heard BIRKBECK, ALEXANDER, Middlesborough, Ironmonger

most frequently emphasised are: (1) its superior Stockton on Tees Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 25 CLARKE, HARRY, Pudsey, Yorks, Grocer Bradford Pet

sustaining power, enabling those who have taken Oct 27 Ord Oct 27

it to hold out for hours where a meal was not CRAIGEN, John, Keswick, Cumberland, | JCoachbuilder

procurable ; (2) the absence of any artificial Cockermouth Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 29 Cross, Johx ASHBY, Newcastle on Tyne, Hosier New

favouring, the palate detecting the unadulterated castle on Tyne Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 27

taste of the substances contained in Dr. Tibbles' DALE, Edwin, Canning Town High Court Pet Oct 28

Vi-Cocoa ; (3) no admixture of cheap thickening Ord Oct 28 DRAKE, GEORGE, Hawkhurst, Kent, Carrier Hastings

material. Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 29

"I keep and supply other preparations, but HANCOCK, JOHN, Darlington, Striker Stockton on Tees Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

being personally in the habit of taking Dr. Hancock, THOMAS, Moses Gate, nr Bolton Bolton Pet

Tibbles? Vi-Cocoa, I am in a position from my Sept 14 Ord Sept 28

own experience to testify to its value, and as in HAVERCROFT, GEORGE WILLIAM, jun, Kingston upon Hull, Corn Merchant's Agent Kingston upon Hull Pet

the case of all other genuine articles submitted to Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

the public, both for the sake of the public and Hill, Thomas CHARLES, Gainsborough, Grocer Lincoln

your own, wish it an extended sale." Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28 HOGG, HENRY PAUL, Seething lane High Court Pet

All men and women who have to be exposed to April 29 Ord Oct 29

the bleak uncertainty of our trying climate should HUSTLER, BENJAMIN, Morley, York, Cloth Finisher Dewg. bury Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30

fortify themselves before they face their daily Hutt, WILLIAM, Alton, Hants, Horse Trainer Winchester

toil with Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, and they can Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

then brave cold in winter and heat in summer KNIGHT, CHARLES, Newport, I of W, Photographer New

with equanimity. The writer speaks from perport and Ryde Pet Oct 27 Ord Oct 28

sonal experience and from observation of beneficial LONGBOTTOM, JOE, Batley Carr, York, Builder Dewsbury Pet Sept 25 Ord Oct 27

effects on others. Tea opens the pores and temporarily excitt 8, coffee stimulates the action of the LUNN, JOSEPH, Clun, Salop, Clogger Leominster Pet Oct

heart, while Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa gives strength, stamina, and builds up and strengthens the lung 29 Ord Oct 30

tissues. It is, indeed, a wonderful food beverage. Nothing has ever been discovered that can approach MATTHEWS, BENJAMIN BEckert, Gainsborough, Grocer it in giving lightness of heart, joy of life, fleetness of foot, and that general feeling of comfort which Lincoln Pet Oct 29 Ord Oct 29

only comes from a full capacity to enjoy every pleasure-moral, intellectual, and physical. MELVILLE, GEORGE CLOUGH, Manchester, Auctioneer Man

chester Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28
MORGAN, Owen, Swansea, Hotel Manager Swansea Pet

A SOLICITOR
Oct 28 Ord Oct 28
Nix, Mary, Eastbourne Eastbourne and Lowes Pet Oct
14 Ord Oct 30

AND
PEARSON, THOMAS ROBERT, Harrogate, Surgeon York Pet

Oct 8 Ord Oct 28
RENWICK, JAMES, South Shields, Commission Agent New-

castle on Tyne Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 27
SANDERS, HERBERT Edwin, Southwark st, Provision Mer-

chant High Court Pet Oct 25 Ord Oct 27
SHEPHERD, JAMES LAIDLAW, Birmingham Birmingham

Pet Sept 10 Ord Oct 29
STARLING, JAMES WALTER, Lower Sheringham, Norfolk,

Carpenter Norwich Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30
TAYLOR, WILLIAM ALBERT, Luton, Undertaker High

Court Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 28
Tomschitz, PERCY, Leadenhall st, Merchant High Court

To the sedentary brain-worker who sits hour after hour in a stuffy room, coining his thoughts into Pet Sept 22 Ord Oct 28

current literature; to the lawyer poring over bis brief, or reading hard; to the quill-driver; we say VEYSBY, FREDERICK, Chittlehampton, Devon, Cattle Dealer take Dr. Tibbles' Vi.Cocoa. Dr. c. H. Herbert, Sólicitor, 4, Portugal-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, Barnstaple Pet Oct 18 Ord Oct 28

London, W.C., has followed this advice. The result is contained in the following letter:-
WARRILOW, WILLIAM ROBERT, Weston super Mare, Cycle
Maker Bridgwater Fet Oct 15 Ord Oct 28

“I have taken Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa since the beginning, and have hitherto abstained from offering my opinion Watson, Thomas, Manchester Salford Ord Oct 28

on it, as I always endeavour to avoid hasty judgments. I have for years tried every preparation of cocoa, and I feel

qualified to say that, in my opinion, Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa is the best. Its strengthening and sustaining powers in WINCHESTER, ELIZA, Barnet, Herts, Fishmonger Barnet

cases of mental exertion is very great. I have on this ground recommended it, and everywhere I hear my opinion Pet Oct 23 Ord Oct 27

confirmed. I find it also a wonderful tonic for young and delicate children. The way it lightens the eye, improves

the complexion, and generally builds up the constitution, I can testity from my knowledge in my large family of Amended notice substituted for that published in the

children, mostly girls. You are at full liberty to make what use you like of this letter.” London Gazette of Oct. 19:

Dr. Tibbles' Vi.Cocoa is a nourishing beverage, containing four great restorers of vitality : BLOTT, ARTHUR ANGELO FLEETWOOD, Catford Greenwich Cocoa, Kola, Hops, and Malt. It stands out as a builder-up of tissues, a promoter of vigour, and in Pet Aug 18 Ord Oct 15

short it has all the factors which make robust health. Being a deliciously flavoured beverage it Amended notice substituted for that published in the pleases the most fastidious palate. Its active powers of diastase give tone to the stomach, and London Gazette of Oct. 29 :

promote the flow of gastric juice, and however indigestible the food taken with it at any meal, it SMALLWOOD, RICHARD, Altrincham, Bricklayer Man- acts as a solvent and assimilative. chester Pet Oct 26 Ord Oct 26

All the leading medical journals recommend Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, and Dr. G. H. Haslam writes :

"It gives me great pleasure in bearing testimony to the value of Vi-Cocoa, a mixture of Malt, Hops, All letters intended for publication in the and as a nourishing drink for children and adults, the finest that has ever been brought before the

Kola, and Caracas Cocoa Extract. I consider it the very best preparation of the kind in the market, Solicitors' Journal” must be authenticated public. As a general beverage it excels all previous preparations. No house should be without it.” by the name of the writer.

Dr. Tibbles' V1-Cocoa, 6d., 9d, and 1s. Bd. Can be obtained from all chemists,

grocers, and stores, or from Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa (Limited', 60, 61, and 62, BanhillWhere difficulty is experienced in procuring the row, London, E.C.

As an unparalleled test of merit, a dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa Journal with regularity, it is requested that

will be sent free on application to any address, if, when writing (a post-card will application be made direct to the Publisher. do), the reader will name the "Solicitors' Journal."

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and for prescribing and regulating the lighting, ventilation, cleansing, fore given in time. Re Paul (24 Q. B. D. 247) and Black v. Ciay (1894, drainage, and water supply of dairies and cowsheds," and ' for A. 0. 368) were cited. authorizing a local authority to make regulations for the purposes afore. THE COURT (WRIGHT and KENNEDY, JJ.) dismissed the appeal. said or any of them”; and by section 58 an order of the Privy Council WRIGHT, J.-Having regard to the Scotch case (Black v. Clay), I think under the Act is to bave effect as if it had been enacted by the Act. The there is no real doubt in this case. The substance of the matter is this : Privy Council made an order under the Act intituled the Dairies, Cow- Section 1 of the Act says that a tenant shall be entitled "on quitting his sheds, and Milkshops Order, 1885, which provided by article 7 that it holding on the determination of a tenancy" to obtain compensation for should not be lawful for a cowkeeper to begin to occupy a dairy or cow certain improvements By section 54 the Act is not to apply to a holding shed unless he first made provision to the reasonable satisfaction of the that is not either wholly agricultural or wholly pastoral or in part agricul. local authority “ for the lighting and ventilation, including air space, and tural and as to the residue pastoral; and section 61 says that". holding the cleansing," &c., of the same. By article 8 it was provided that it means any parcel of land held by a tenant." The Act, therefore, conshould not be lawful for a cowkeeper to occupy any cowshed, whether old templates compensation being given in respect of an agricultural or or new, " as long as the lighting and the ventilation, including air space, pastoral holding on the determination of the tenancy of such a holding. and the cleansing,” &c., were not such as were proper. By article 13 (6) on the 26th of February, when this notice was given, there was no power was given to a local authority to make rules for regulating the tenancy of an agricultural holding; the time within which notice of a lighting, ventilation, cleansing, drainage, and water supply of dairies and claim under the Act could be given expired two months before the 2nd of cowsheds.” Under this order the Corporation of Southport made a regu- February. This view is strongly confirmed by the case of Black v. Clay. ation (under which the appellant was convicted) providing that in cow And Re Paul, as I read it, was decided on the ground that the tenant had sheds in the borough there must be at least 800 cubic feet of free air retained 200 acres of agricultural land, and that, therefore, bis tenancy space for each animal. It was contended-(1) that the regulation in still subsisted. The appeal must be dismissed. question was one that could not be made by the mayor, aldermen, and KENNEDY, J., agreed. Appeal dismissed.--COUNSEL, Beverley; Clavell burgesses as the local authority under the Order of 1885; (2) that the Salter. SOLICITORS, Turner & Co., for Percy Naylor, Keighley; Bower, word “ ventilation" in the 13th article of such Order did not authorize Cotton, & Bower, for Longbottom f Sons, Halifax. any regulation with regard to the quantity of air space; (3) that the

(Reported by T. R. C. Dill, Barrister-at-Law.] provisions of section 34 of the Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, 1878, did not authorize the making of any order of the Privy Council regulating

LEWIS v. POOLE. Div. Court, 2nd Nov. air space or free air space; and that, therefore, in so far, if at all, as the LOCAL GOVERNMENT—Parish Documents-Power of JUSTICES TO ORDER Dairies, Cowsheds, and Milkshops Order of 1885 imposed any restrictions

DOCUMENTS RELATING TO TITHE APPORTIONMENT AND MAPS TO BE PLACED as to air space, or purported to authorize the making of any regulations by the local authority as to air space, such order was invalid. Institute

IN CUSTODY OF PARISH COUNCIL-TITHE COMMUTATION ACT, 1860 (23 & 24 of Patent Agents v. Lockwood (1894, a. C. 34), Reed v. Harvey (5 Q. B. D.

VICT. C. 93), s. 28-LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1894 (56 & 57 Vict. c. 73), 184), and Ex parte Foreman (18 Q. B. D. 393) were cited. THE COURT (WRIGHT and KENNEDY, JJ.) diemissed the appeal.

Case stated by justices of Southampton. An application was made by

Mr. Lewis under section 28 of the Tithe Commutation Act that the WRIGHT, J., after referring to the Act and the Order of 1885, said the justices of the Droxford Petty Sessional Division should make an order question was, Did those words give the power to the local authority to make regulations for air space as well as ventilation? It was rather from the custody of the respondent, the Rev. Canon Poole, rector of the

to remove the tithe apportionment and map of the parish of West Meon strange that air space should be included in articles 7 and 8 and not in parish, and direct that the same be deposited in the custody of the article 13. The order under the Act was to have the effect of an Act of Parish Council of West Meon. The justices refused to make the order on Parliament. What was the effect of that? The case of Institute of Patent the ground that they had no power to do so under the section. The Agents v Lockwood showed that, in such a case, the Order and statute should be read together. Following that principle, there was no incon appellant contended that the documents ought to be in the custody of sistency in interpreting article 13 of the Privy Council Order as giving person legally entitled to the possession

the parish council, and that the respondent was a “person other than the

of the said documents within power to the local authority to make regulations in respect of "ventilation the meaning of section 28 of the Tithe Commutation Act, 1860. The and air space."

respondent denied that he was not a proper person to retain the custody KENNEDY, J., concurred. This was a case of a conviction for breach of of the documents, and contended that the documents did not come the regulations as to cowsheds. The regulation was said to be ultra vires. within section 17, sub-section (8), of the Local Government Act, 1894. It seemed to the learned judge that there was nothing wrong in a Privy He submitted that the resolution and order of the parish council could Council Order under the Act dealing with air space. In fact, they had not be enforced under section 28 of 23 & 24 Vict. c. 93. provided for air space as well as ventilation for all dairies and cowsheds,

The Court (Wright and KENNEDY, JJ.) decided that the magistrates both old and new, though it was difficult to see why, in articles 7 and 8 had power to make the order sought for. ventilation and air space were included and not in article 13. The decision of the magistrates was right Appeal dismissed. -COUNSEL, of the parish council, and (6) what was the procedure that ought to be

WRIGHT, J., said the court had two questions to determine-(a) the power Moulton, Q.O, Pickford, Q.C., and Horridge ; Macmorran, Q.C., and G. H. followed? The Local Government Act, 1894, s. 17, provided that docu. Pollard. SOLICITORS, Pritchard, Englefield, g Co., for Arthur S. Mather, ments directed by law to be kept with public books and papers should Liverpool; J. Davies Williams, Southport.

either remain in their existing custody or be deposited in such custody as [Reported by T. R. C. Dill, Barrister-at-Law.]

the parish council might direct. By section 28 of 23 & 24 Vict. c. 93 the

justices bad jurisdiction to order documents of this kind to be deposited MORLEY v. CARTER. Div. Court. 29th Oct.

in such custody as they thought fit. In his opinion the Local GovernLANDLORD AND Tenant- AGRICULTURAL HOLDING-NOTICE OF CLAIM— ment Act of 1894 had changed or modified the jurisdiction which justices DETERMINATION OF TENANCY-LAND BUILDINGS-AGRICULTURAL

formerly held, and they ought to hesitate before overriding the resoluHOLDINGS (ENGLAND) Act, 1883 (46 & 47 VICT. C. 61), s. 7.

tion of the parish council, upheld as it was in this case by an order of the

county council. The right of the rector to have the custody of the tithe Appeal from the refusal by the Registrar of the Halifax County Court map and the like was therefore changed, and it was the person desigto appoint a referee to settle a difference between the landlord and tenant nated by the parish council who was now the person legally entitled to as to the compensation payable to the latter under the Agricultural the custody thereof. The case must go back to the justices with an Holdings Act, 1883. Morley was tenant from year to year, and Carter intimation that they had power to make the order applied for. was landlord of a farm and buildings under a lease which provided that KENNEDY, J., concurred.-COUNSEL, Lord Coleridge, Q.O., and Cancellor, on notice to quit being given the land included in the holding should be for Mr. Lewis ; Macmorran, Q.C., and Gollan, for Mr. Poole. SOLICITORS, given up on the 2nd of February and the buildings on the 1st of -May in Attree, Johnson, & Ward, for Shield f Mackarness, Alresford and Petersany year. The tenant, in June, 1896, gave a notice (which was admitted field ; E. W. Peterson. to be in order) that he would quit the holding on the 2nd of February,

[Reported by ERSKINE REID, Barrister-at-Law.] 1897, and on that day he quitted the land ; he remained in possession of the buildings until the 1st of May, 1897, when he gave them up. On the REG. v. MEAD, ESQ., METROPOLITAN POLICE MAGISTRATE. Ex parte 26th of February, 1897, he gave notice to the landlord that he intended to

THE LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL. Div. Court. 2nd Nov. claim compensation under the Agricultural Holdings Act, 1883. On the 29th of April he gave notice to the landlord that he had appointed a

SUMMARY PROCEEDINGS-DANGEROUS STRUCTURE-SUMMONS GRANTED AGAINST person to act as referee to assess the compensation, and required the land.

The OWNER," WHOSE NAME AND ADDRESS WAS UNKNOWN-SUMMONS lord to appoint a referee on his behalf. The landlord did not appoint a

AFFIXED TO THE PREMISES-WHAT EVIDENCE IS REQUIRED BEFORE Magis. referee, and on the 14th of June the tenant applied, pursuant to a sum

TRATE CAN HOLD SUCH SERVICE TO BE “A GooD SERVICE" OF SUMMONSmons, to the county court to appoint a referee. The application was by

SUMMARY JURISDICTION ACT (11 & 12 VICT. C. 43, s. 1)-LONDON BUILDING consent heard by the registrar. Section 7 of the Agricultural Holdings

ACT, 1894 (57 & 58 Vict. c. CCXIII.), ss. 107, 188, SUB-SECTION (1.). Act provides that notice of an intention to claim compensation must be In this case a rule nisi had been obtained for a mandamus calling on Mr. given by the tenant to the landlord.“ two months at least before the Mead to shew cause why he should not hear and determine a summons determination of the tenancy." Section 9 (6) requires the county court to under the London Building Act, 1894, in respect of a dangerous structure. appoint a referee if for fourteen days after notice by one party to the On the 22nd of September, 1897, the London County Council applied for other to appoint a referee the other party fails to do so. The registrar a summons under section 107 of that Act returnable before Mr. Mead on refused to make the order on the ground that the tenancy was determined the 1st of October. It was addressed " To the Owner" of the premises on the 2nd of February, 1897, and that the notice of claim not having merely. The owner was called upon to appear but made no response, been given two months prior to that date the provisions of section 9 as to and the complainant proposed to proceed in his absence on proof that a the appointment of a referee did not apply. The tenant appealed, and copy of the sunimons had been affixed to the premises, and that he had contended that the tenancy was not determined until the 1st of May, failed on inquiry to ascertain to whom the premises belonged. He subwhen the buildings were given up, and that the notice of claim was there- mitted that the service was a good service under section 188 (i.) of the Act.

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