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he was not the size of an ordinary human being. That was an objection nobody could possibly get over, and one upon which—-however long he might live—-he could never satisfy his critics.
The third monthly dinner of the London Chamber of Commerce for the session 1897-98 was held on Tuesday. The practical business of the ‘evening consisted of a discussion and criticism of the Companies Bill as introduced in the last Session of Parliament. On the one han it was urged that the Bill was too large and sweeping, and that instead of seeking to remedy admitted defects it sought to cover too wide a field. It was pointed out that under the present law a large amount of what might otherwise have been idle capital had been employed and a great deal of enterprise promoted, whilst the amount of non-success and insolvency, as shown bgmiihe winding up of companies, had been exceedingly small. There was a ger that if the law as to public companies were made too stringent it might exercise s. deterrent effect on the working of Acts which up to the present had been of enormous benefit to the country. It was suggested that there might be a codification of the Companies Acts and certain modifications introduced. One of the provisions of the Bill which met with a favourable reception was that seeking to prevent companies going‘ to allotment on insuflicient capital. On the other hand. it was argued that the Bill would provide a much-needed improvement in the law which regulated public companies, and would, by imposing upon directors a greater responsibility for their conduct, tend to chock the flotation of worthless companies, and protect the interests of shareholders. A vote of thanks to the chairman brought the proceedings to ii close.
Oflor, 139, Cannon st. The company has been reconstituted as the Pride of Mount Margaret, Burn 8: Berridge, 11, Old Broad st, solors for liquidator
DR Gaurrsas S-roass, Liiii'i'so—Pstn for winding up, presented Dec 8, directed to be heard on Dec 20. John B. dz F. Purchase, 11, Queen Victoria st, solors for petnrs. Notice 01 appearing must reach the above-named not later than 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Dec 18
Moaiiis Baoriiiiiis, Liilrrnn (ix VOLUI'l‘AB\' Lioirioa-rios)—Creditors are required, on or before Dec 18, to send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their
debts or claims, to E. J. Abbott, 9, Beiinett’s hill, Birmingham
Noaru Gowns Caown, Liiiri-|in—Petn for winding up, prmented Dec 4, directed to he heard on Dec 20. Burn & Berridge, 11, Old Broad st, solors for petner. Notice of ~ng must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of
Oaiss'r.\r. Psnscs 0 * VABIBTIBS, L|iii'i'iio—‘Petn for winding up‘, presented Dec 6, directed to be heard on Dec 20. Tarry & Co. 17, Serjeants' inn, leet st, solors for petnsis. Notice of apgearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock iii the afternoon of ec 18
Pass Gas Co, LIMITIID -Creditors are required, on or before Feb 14. to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims to Francis William Pixley, 58, Coleman st. Miller & Co. Telegraph st. solors for liqiiidator _
SANITARY Biraisi. Associu-ios, Lixi'rso—Petn for winding up. presented Nov 16, directed tobe heard on Monday, Dec 20. \Vard, 24, John st. Bedford row, solor for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Dec 18
'1‘.\i.isii.\s MINES, Liiiiriiii (IN VOLUNTARY LiQiiinsrios)—Petn for winding up.preted Dec 2, directed to be heard on Dec 20 Becher, 26, Bedford row, so or for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Dec 19
Tiosiii~ox'i-iris GOLD Misizs, Liiiirsi>—Creditoi-s are required. on or before Jan 21. to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Arthur Goddard, St George’s House, Eastcheap. Ingle Holmes 8: Sons, solors for liquidator
Uiuran Kixoooii DIBENTLYRB Bass, Liiiirs.o—Petn for winding up, presented D_ec 6. directed to be heard Dec 20. Michael 6: Co., S, Old Jewry, solors for petnis. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o’clock in the afternoon of Dec 18
sows, The Rev Josrrri Tnomis, Maidenhead Jan 10 Charles St C Bedford and G
Yao, Tnoiiss Farornicx, Alverstoke, Gosport Dec 30 Wainwright 6: Coy, Staple inn
Annarr, Join INEBBXAN, Portsmouth. Pig Dealer Dec 17 at 3 OR Rec, Cambridge junct, High st, Portsmouth
Brr-rs, J anus, St Peter‘s, Kent, Schoolmaster Dec ‘Z3 at 9.30 Off Rec, 73, Castle st, Canterbury
Cooraa, Gsoaoa, jun, Wheelock Heath, Cheshire, Blacksmith Dec 17 at 10.45 Royal Hotel, Creive
Daivaa, J Axes, jun, Oswaldtwistle, Lancs, Farmer Dec 17 at 2.30 Commercial, Hotel, Church st, Accrington
Eowsnos, Joanna, Llandovery, Butcher Dec 18 at 11 Oi! Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
Fooxs. Cmiiurs, Landport, Hunts, Baker Dec 17 at 3.30 Oil‘ Rec, Cambridge junct, High st, Portsmouth
Ginns, Airriiua, New Bridge st, Insurance Clerk Dec 21 a t 12 Bankruptcy bldgii, Carey st
GB-ANT, Assn: Miniii, Polruan, Cornwall, Baker Dec 17 at 11 Law Society’s climbrs, Athenmum lane, Plymouth _
Hsnvan, RD, jun Caledoman rd Dec 21 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Chrey st
Has-ros, FRANK Rona, Blackpool, Grocer De: 17 at 11 Ofl Bee, 14, Chapel st, Preston
BAEDEKKR, Euosxn, Golden lane, Walking Stick Manufacturer Dec 21 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st _
Bsirim, Giroaos K, Sui-hiton, Surrey Dec 22 at 12.30 24, Railway app, London bridge
Bncirs-rr, CHARLIE Rooln, Dalton in Furness, Timber Merchant Dec 22 at 4 Station Hotel. Carnforth
BILVERSTONI, ORVILLE 0SGAR| Lowestoft, Iabourer Dec 24 at3 OB Bee, 8, King st, Norwich
Baooiur, Sui, and San SUTCLIFPE Hsioii. Brighouse, Yorlrs, Cotton Doublers Dec 30 at 11 Oil’ Rec, Townhall, chmbrs, Halifax
Bnooirss, Winusir, Llandudno, Butcher's Manager Dec 23 at 11.45 Prince of Wales Hotel, Llandudno
Busnss, Gsoaoi: Biciisno, Tenterden, Kent Fishmonger Dcc 21 at 2 Young & Son, Bank bldgs, Hastings
Bcorr, Gsoaoa Amman, Liver-sedge, York, Timekeepcr Dewsbury Pet Dec9 Ord Deo 10
-Suatnrv, Cusauts, Hanley, Staffs, Licensed Victualler Hanley Pet Nov 12 Ord Dec 8
Ssowcos, Join: Hsaar. Spitalflelds, Salesman High Court Pet Nov 3 Ord Dec 9
Srinonrn, Taouss Faapsaicx, Woodbridge. Suffolk, Organ Builder Ipswich Pet Dec 9 Ord Dec 9
Srascla, Wsnras, Hinckley, Leicester, Tailor Leicester Pet Nov 5 Ord Dec 8
Tnwurics, Tnoins Osaoasa, Bexhill, Farmer Hastings Pet Dec6 Ord Dec 10
WALKER, THOMAS, Redcar, York, Blacksmith Stockton on Tees Pet Dec 9 Ord Dec 9
Wsrrau, Fnaozaiox, Whittering, Farmer Peterborough Pet Nov 25 Ord Dec 9
Woor, ELIZABETH, Coatham, York, Fish Dealer Stockton on Tees Pet Dec 9 Ord Dec 9
Le? us glance at the ordinary breakfast beverages of the peop e.
Tm, even if properly infused, is only a stimulant. It is not a nourishing beverage, and as usually decocted is washy, trashy, and deleterious.
(J01/‘er, even when of the best, and prepared in perfection as you will find in the East, where Mahornmeclans are forbidden by their religion to use alcohol, is only a rardiizc or heart stimulant. It increases for a short time the power of that organ without being in any sense of the word a nourishing beverage.
Cocoa.-—Thc 01 'nn.ry cocoa. is not by any means n nourishing beverage. Its good qualities either in the English or foreign varieties are smothered in starch and sugar that induce and promote indigestion.
Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa is a nourishing beverage, containing four great restorers of vitality, Cocoa, Kola, Hops, and Malt. It stands out as a binlder up of tissues, ll. promoter of vigour, and in short it has all the factors which make robust health. Being a deliciously flavoured beverage it pleP‘es the most fastidious palate. Its active plowers of
idiastase give tone to the stomach, and promote t e tlow of gastric juice, and however indigestible the food taken with it at any meal, it acts_as a_ solvent and assimilative.
All the leading medical Journals recommend Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa, and Dr. G. Haslam writes :—" It gives me
1-eat pleasure in bearing testimony to the value of Viéocoa, a mixtureoi Malt, Hops, Kola, and Caracas Cocoa _‘Extraat. I consider it the very best preparation of the - kind in the market, and, as a nourishing drink for children and adults, the finest that has ever _been brought before the public. As a general beverage it excels all previous preparations. No house should he without it."
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa can be obtained from all chemists, . grocers, and stores,_orIi-om Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, Limited, 60, 61 and 62, Buuhill-row, London, E.C._
As an unparalleled test of merit, a damty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa will be sent free on application to any address, if when writing (a postcard will do) the “ reader will name the “ Solicitors’ Journal.”
PATENTS.—Mr. F. W. GOLBY, A.I.M.E.
M.S.A., Patent Agent (late of H.M. Patent Office)
,36, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. _ Letters Patent. ob158-I086. and Registration eflected u_1_all parts of the World. Opposltions conducted. Opinions and Searches " as to novelty.
THE MOST NUTRI TIOUS.
BRAND 8:. OO.'S
ESSENCE OF BEEF.
WITH DIAMOND POINT,
27, OH/INOERY LANE. LONDON.
or JEWELS A
ND SILV LATE, . SPINK dr SON, GOLDSMITHB AND SILYBBSMITHS, 17 arm 18, PXCCADILLY, W., and at 1 AND 2, Gascxcnnncu-srassr, CORNHILL, Lormorr, E.C., beg respectfully to announce that they sccunsnm APPRAI51! the above for the Liiolu. PROFESSION or roaoussr the sum for cash if desired. Estab
lished 1772. Under the patronage of H.111. The Queen and
IJISABLEIIEKT BY DISEASE
‘ May be made any silo to Order.
SPECIAL LINES IN REGISTERED FOLDING VOTING SCREENS. All kinds of Boxes made and Strong Booms Fitted. Any of our Boxes not approved of money returned.
We are appointing agents in every Town. and shsllbe pleased to receive applications from responsible men caI.Iin8
S. FISHER. 188, Strand.
on Solicitors, Accountants, &a.