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HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
Ieloestershire Carter v Shillcook magistrate’s case
Stafiordshire, Wolverhampton Allen v The London 62: North Western
Surrey, Wandsworth Silk & ors v Steeger county court di't’s app
Middlesex, Marylebone Metropolitan Railway Co v Chamberlain & Son coimty court dft’s app
Middlesex. Bow Driscoll & Wife v Poplar Board of \Vorks county court diflsvapp
Staifordshire, overhampton Smith v Midland Ry Co county court plt's app
Warwickshire, Birmingham Cohen v Johnson county court d ft’s app
Middlesex, Marylebone Potts v Terrill county court dft’s app
Middlesex, Westminster Moult v Halliday county court plt’s app
Middlesex The Queen v High Bailiff of Westminister & Chamberlyn (expte Fisher) nisi to effect arrest
Middlesex, Bow Clliford v Thames Ironworks & Shipbuilding Co, ld
Essex The Queen v Commrs of Sewers for Havering, etc (expte London
Sussex. Lewes Carter v Clarke 8-: Co & ors county court dft‘s London,
Berkshire, Reading Pharmaceutical Soc of Great Britain &c v Potter
Glamorganshire, Swansea Morris v Morris county court plt's app
Lancashire Knowles 6: Son, ld v Sinclair magistrate's case
Same Rishton v Mayor, &c oi Haslingden magistrate’s case
Surrey, Farnham Shaw v Lutman county court dit‘s app
Lancashire, Blackpool Barrett v Haigh 5: anr county court plt's app
Surrey The Queen v Wimbledon Burial Board &c (expte Hatton) nisi for mandamus to permit impaction of books
Northumptonshire. Northampton Singleton & Co, ldvHutchins S: ors county court clmts’ app
Lancashire, Liverpool Lewis S: anr v Burrell county court plts’ a
Haiidxpshire, 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, ld, clmts)
Middlesex, Marylebone Tripp v Cooper county court Sarah Hannah
Burnley Burnley Equitable Co-operative & Industrial Soc ld v Pickles
Middlesex, Brampton Amherst v Nichols & anr county court dit
Met Pol Dist London County Council v Rowton Houses 1d magistrate’s
Surrey, Wandsworth Wyllie v Walker county court dft’s app v
London McAlpin v Caxton Permanent Benefit Building Soc county court plt's app
Met Pol Dist Faucett 8: ors v Bierman magistrate's case ‘
Liverpool MacSymou‘s Stores ld v Shuttleworth magistrate's case 9
Mlddlesex, Westminster Sharp v List county court plt’s app
London The Queen v Manchester, Sheifield, & Linc0'nshire Ry C_0 (expte Pearce) Nisi for mandamus to summon jury to assess compensation ' f
Sussex, Lewes Carter v Clarke & Co 8: ors county court dfts Stephenson, Clarke, & Co’s app '
Lancashire, Preston Orton v Porter county court plt’s app
Durham, Barnard Castle \Vatson v Holmes county court dit's app
London Hammersmith Vestry VAl[1BWO!'Li1 magistrate’s case
London Godwin dz anr v Hart county court plt’s app
Yorkshire, Todmorden Greenwood v Shackleton county court plt’s
Dev nshire The Queenv Hodge, Esq., & ors, J j, & Overseers of Compton
Glamorganshire, Swansea Jones v Demery county court plt’s app
Same Same v Same county court Mary Jones & ore’ app
Same Davies v Usher & Co county court plt’s app
Hyde Maloney & orsv Lingard quarter sessions special case respt’s
Cause by English Information.
Attorney-Gen and Earl Cowley
Re The Royal College of Surgeons
The National Telephone Co ld, applts, and The Commrs of Inland
The City of London Brewery Co ld, applts, and The Commrs of Inland
SOMETHING ros. No'rnixo.—When the proprietors of an article of consumption are prepared to send over 2,000,000 free sample tins to those who send a post-card it is fair to assume the vendors must themselves have a pretty good opinion of their specialité ; and when in addition they possess sufficient courage to “ put up ” £10,000 in hard cash to pay for postage of samples it must be evident they have satisfied themselves they possess a good thing, and that it is better to demonstrate practically at the breakfast table than to depend upon mere assurances by advertisement. Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa (Limited), 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, London, E 0., are sending daily over 10,000 free sample tins oi their special preparation to the public, and as a result the sales are going up by leaps and bounds. This style of advertising has the merit of honesty, and that the public appreciate it is shewn by the statement that Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa can now be obtained from grocers, chemists, and stores everywhere, and the trade are unanimous in saying that no preparation of n similar character has ever given equal satisfaction to their customers. To obtain a tin it is only necessary to send a post-card, and the name oi Soiiciroas‘ JOURNAL should be mentioued.—[An\'r.]
WARNING ro INTBNDING Horse PURCHASERS sun Li-zsssss.—Beiore purchasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly Examined, Test/ed, and Beported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full particulars. (Established 21 ye1rs.)—[Anv'r.l
THE PROPERTY MART.
Nov. 10.—-Mr. Hr-zimi-.s.-r W. Do.\~vin', at the Mart. at 2 Ep.m., Freehold Ground-rent of
Nov. 11 —fi:ssrs. C. C & T. Moons, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Freehold Dwelling-House Bl?
Nov. 11.—Messrs. Sriiisos & Sons, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Fully Licensed Taver-n,_ii_1tl19
debts or clairns,to Christopher Robson, 52, Queen Victoria st. Maddisons, 1, King's i to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to
Arms yard, solors for hquidator
Dlsunoo Scaiso Wussr. Co, Liiiirau-Petn for winding u , presented Oct 25, directed to be heard on Nov 10. Ward 8: Co, S5, Gracechurch st, solbrs for tners
Dixon 8: Co, Liiii-riin—Petn for winding up, resented Oct 21, iiiiected to be heard on Nov 10. Clay, 185s, Mnrylebone rd, olor Eur petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 8
LIBDS_AND Coux-rr Usiosis-r CLlll5—H0llSE Co, Liim-iio (IN Vonusrsav LlQU1DATl0N)'Creditors are required, on or before Dec 11, to send their names and addresses, and the giiticulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. Charles Henry Wilson, South parade, lee . Nelson & f‘o, Leeds. solors for liquidutot
Mltxrnsl Cor-"ran PUBLIC-HOUSE Co, Li.\iiri»:c—Creditors are required, on or before Nov 15, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. C. G. Moule, Melksham
Roar-tars Resrsuasxr. Liiii-rsi>—Creditors are required, on or before Nov 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles €.ob_e1rtflScholes, Stanley chmbrs, Bury. Pickstone & Jones, Radcliffe, Lanes, solors for
qui s r
Losrocx Hirao Loose, Galirm UNITED ORDER or QDDFELLOWS, Lancashire and Yorkshire
Slmoims Burriino PBOVIDINT FUND, Royal George Inn, 34, New st, Kennington. Oct 13
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
AUSTRALIAN AND Araiosit SYNDICATE, Liiirreo (IN LiQL'1ns'rros)—-Creditors are required, on or before Dec 18, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr. Ernest Henry Wilson, 37, Old Jewry
Bssous INDUSTBIELLI Foscihas er Aonicoui, Lniiren—Petn for windingi us; presented Oct 29, directed to be heard on Nov 10. Nicholson. 11, Lincoln’: inn el , solor for petncr. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not lat/er than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 4
Guns Biiooa Mssuiucrvnrro Co, Liiiiran—Creditors are required, on or before Dec 15,
Thomas Watcrworth, 68, Victoria st, Blackburn
Miiricivrn Misiso ssu Siiiuxrixo Co. Lnn-rzo-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 29, directed to be heard on Nov 10. James, 60, Lincoln's inn fields, solor for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the abovanamed not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 9 , _
RONCOEONI BONACINA S: Co, Lnii-ran—Petn for winding up, presented Oct 29, directed to be heard on Nov 10. Miller & Steele, St Stephen's chmbrs, Telegraph st, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 9 _ _ _
Winn ELECTBXCAL Can Co. Liin-rsn—Petn for winding up, presented Oct 26, directed to be heard on Nov 10. W. 8: \V. Stocken, 48. Lime st, solors for petner. Notice of ifippeariug must reach the above-named not later than 6 o’clock in the afternoon of
Wiiaizi. Cuis, Liiii1'an—Petn for winding up, presented Oct 28, directed to be on
Nov 10. Dade & Co. 21, Copthall avenue, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must
reach the above-named not lat~r than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Nov 9
Niimsiz-rii FRIENDLY Socisrr, Angel Hotel, Narber-th, Pembroke. Oct 21
Amended notices substituted for that published in the London Gazette of Oct 26 : '
Bneros, JOHN Siiirii. Manchester, Costume Manufacturer
Mourns, Owns, Swansea, Hotel Manager Swansea Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 28
SIIIPsos,Fassr.ss, Birkenhead, Confectioner Liverpool Pet Oct 28 Ord Oct 23
Srssa, Wam-sa Hsaotn, Hove, Journalist Brighton Pet Oct 29 Ord OM29
S'maI.I.\'o, Janus WALTER, Lower Sheringham, Norfolk, Carpenter Norwich Pet Oct 30 Ord Oct 30
Tnolus, RICHARD, Ahercrave, Brecon, Builder High Court Pet Aug25 Ord Oct 28
Tour, Jase Rnoos, Ameraham, Bucks Carlisle Pet Oct 14 Ord Oct 29
Tuassa, Watrsa Gsasnn, West Norwood, Tire Maker High Court Pet Oct 20 rd Oct 28
Warrons, Hoaaca, Brut/on st High Court Pet Oct 6 Ord Oct 28
Wsssscssrr, RH, Great Winchester st High Court Pet Oct 5 Ord Oct 28
Wes-r, WILLIAM. Cross lane, Eastcheap, Ship Broker High Court Pet Oct 8 Ord Oct 23
Was-rnzv, Jons, Birmingham, Cabinet Maker Birming
NATIONAL DISCOUNT COMPANY, LIMITED, 85, @@R1N'EILL, LC)N'IDCD]XI', E-C}‘
Auditors : JAMES MORTON BELL, Esq.; JOSEPH GURNEY FOWLER, Esq. (Messrs. Price, Waterhouse, & 00.).
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.
Banrurrr, Taizaissa Basxisrim, Conyngham rd, Uxbiidge
Aoanv, we give evidence to prove that Dr. Tibblec' Vi-Cocoa places a means in the hands of everyone to build up and maintain a sound constitution, which enables its possessor to travel his life's journey without the aches and pains which are in many cases preventible.
Mr. Laurence Hood, Manchester and Provincial Hotel, Usher's Quay, Dublin, writes: “ Several visitors have asked for and now prefer Dr. Tibblea' Vi-Cocoa to any other, and I and my family also use it. It aflbrds me much pleasure to express my individual opinion and the collective sentiments of my customers respecting the merits of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa. Com ared with rival preparations, it fairl holds the geld. In no single instance (I am spcahiilg of a very wide clz'/rnlélc drawn from different classes of society) have I heard an expression of preference for any other concoction after your preparation has been called into the market.
“The points in its favour which I have heard most frequently emphasised are: (1) its superior sustainin power, enabling those who have taken it to hold out for hours where a meal was not procurable; (2) the absence of any artificial flavouring, the palate detecting the unadulterated taste of the substances contained in Dr. '1‘ibbles' Vi-Cocoa; (3) no admixture of cheap thickening material.
“I keep and supply other preparations, but being personally in the habit of taking Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, I am in a position from my own experience to testify to its value, and as in the case of all other genuine articles submitted to the public, both for the sake of the public and your own, I wish it an extended sale.”
All men and women who have to be exposed to the bleak uncertainty of our trying climate should fortify themselves before they face their daily toil with Dr. Tibbles’ Vi-Cocoa, and they can then brave cold in winter and heat in summer with equanimity. The writer speaks from personal experience and from observation of beneficial effects on others. Tea o ens the pores and temporarily excih s, cofcc stimulates the action of the hea.rt,‘while Dr. 'I‘ibbles' Q/'i-Cocoa gives strength, stamina, and builds up and strengthens the lung tissues. It is, indeed, a wonderful food beverage. Nothing has ever been discovered that can approach it in giving lightness of heart, joy of life, fleetness of foot, and that general feeling of comfort which only comes from a full capacity to enjoy every pleaaui-e—moral, intellectual, and physical.
To the sedentary brain-worker who sits hour after hour in a stufi"y room, coining his thoughts into current literature; to the lawyer poriu%over his brief, or reading, hard; to the quill-driver; we say take Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa. Mr. O. . Herbert, Solicitor, 4, ortugal-street, Lincoln's-mn-fields, London, \V.C., has followed this advice. The result is contained in the following letter:——
“ I have taken Dr. '1‘ibbles' Vi-Cocoa since the beginning, and have hitherto abstained from offering my opinion 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. '1‘ibbles' Vi-Cocoa is the be it. Its strengthening and sustaining powers in cases of mental exertion is very great. I have on this ground recommended it, and everywhere I hear my opinion confirmed. I tlnd 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 testify from my knowledge in my large family of children, mostly girls. You are at full liberty to make what use you like of this letter."
Dr. Tibblag’ V1-Cocoa is a nourishing beverage, containing four great restorers of vitality: Cocoa, Kola, Hops, and Malt. It stands out as a builder-up of tissues, a. promoter of vigour, and in short it has all the factors which make robust health. Being a deliciously flavoured beverage it pleases the most fastidious palate. Its active powers of diastase give tone to the stomach, and promote the flow of gastric juice, and however indigestible the food taken with it at any meal, it acts as a solvent and aasimilative.
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, Kola, and Caracas Cocoa Extract. 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 be without it."
As an imparalleled test of merit, a. dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles‘ Vi-Oocoa will be sent free on application to any address, it‘, when writing (a post-card will do), the reader will name the “Sollcitora' Journal."
THE MOST NUTRITIOUS.
THE SAFE 8:. DEED BOX
SUPPLY co, 29 TEMPLE ST WOLVERHAMPTON.
Fitted with Chubb’s Lock, Ts. 6d. each extra.
Wroiight iron and steel Fire nd Burglar Resistin , Unpickahle, Wedgeproof Book, Cash, and J ewcllery gate.
+ h top, and bottom of door, very best lever lock, duplicate ks Fitted with Chubb’s Loch: 7s. 6d. each extra. Any size safe and strong-room doors quolulfor on application. Set of best tinned steel fall-front Deed Boxes, 20 by 14 by 14 with strong iron stand and brass knobs and chain.
Locksare the best lever that can be made, each lock to differ, and one master key to pas the lot.
Packed in case and sent carriage paid as drawin for
£3 105. Od.
Ditto. with B Boxes,
£6 10s. Od
Ditto, with 12 Boxes,
£9 10s. Od.
Ditto, with 16 Boxes,
£12 Os. Od.
Ditto. with 20 Boxes,
£15 Os 0d.. ALPHABET CASE (2 doors)
Made of Best Tinned Steel, with Best Lever Spring Lock and 2 Keys.
May he made any size to Order. BALLOT BOXES. VOTING SCREENS. Strong Rooms Fitted.
SPECIAL LINES IN REGISTERED FOLDING All kinds of Boxes made and
Any of our Boxes not approved OF money
We are appointing agents in every Town. and shall be h f