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CHADWICK, JOHN OLDFIELD, West Hampstead Feb 28 Blunt & Co, Gresham st
CHAPMAN, Thomas, Staplehurst, Kent March 1 Stenning, Maidstone
DOBINSON, LOUISA, Fulham Feb 28 Bloper & Co, Wandsworth
DUNFORD, THOMAS GBAHAU, Newcastle upon Tyne, Steamship owner March 31 Forster
& Co, Newcastle upon Tyne
Chilcott & Sons, Traro AFRICAN GOLD PROPERTIES, LIMITED-By an order made by Wright, J., dated Jan 26, FABLEY, CHARLES Truscott, Truro Feb 28
it was ordered that the voluntary winding up be continued. Edwards & Cohen, 3, FORTESCUE, ROBERT HENRY, Exeter March 1 Bremridge & Luke, Exeter
Coleman st, solors for petners
HAWLEY SARAH Ann, Ardwick, Manchester Feb 28 Croften & Co, Manchester Creditors having any claims are required to send in particulars to H. E. Wells & Son, Hill, REGINALD EDWARD Lake, Panfield, Essex April 1 Cannington & C), Braintree
16, Paternoster row, solors for liquidators EAST NIGEL GOLD MINING Co, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, on or Issott, WILLIAM, Walton on the Hill, Liverpool, Rope Manufacturer March 1 Webster, before March 4, to send their names and addresses, with full particulars of their debts
Liverpool or claims, to Mr Herbert Edwards, Finsbury House, Blomfield st
JEAFFRESON, ALFRED MAPLES, Hampstead March 15 Tatham & Procter, Lincoln's inn FREDERICK THE GREAT GOLD MINING AND RECOVERY CO, LIMITED (INCORPORATED 1894)
fields Creditors are required, on or before March 4, to send their names and addresses, and Jones, John, Clapton March 5 Harvey, Fenchurch st the particulars of their debts or claims, to Captain Bickford and Mr. T. H. Evans, St LEACOCK, Anna, Westbourne Park Feb 23 Leslie & Hardy, Bedford row New BigoAY STEAMSHIP Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before March 15, to LEFEVER, ALEXANDER, Stoke Newington March 1 Crossfield & Co, Hackney rd
send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to E. A. LIDDELL, MARY JANE, Lancaster Feb 8 Sharp & Son, Lancaster
Smith, 30, Brazennose st, Manchester. Bill & Co, Liverpool, solors for liquidator
PAULI, CHARLES PAINE, New sq, Lincoln's inn, Barrister March 1 Dowson & Co ROXBURGHE Press, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Feb 2, directed to be
Surrey st, Victoria embkmt heard on Feb 16. Wetherfield & Co, 1, Gresham blogs, Guildhall, solors for petners. PATRICKSON, MABY ISABELLA, Ealing March 1 Simpson & Co, Moorgate st Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the after- RIGBY, BETTY, Windle, nr St Helens, Larcs April 4 Ansdell & Eccles, St Helens noon of Feb 15 UNION LEATHER CO, LIMITED- Creditors are required, on or before Feb 28, to send RUMBOLL, Rev ABRAHAM Henley, Thorpe le Soken, Essex March 1 White & Bon, Coltheir names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Edward SALWAY, MARY Feb 28 Reginald Hodson, Goldhurst tce, Hampstead Cecil Moore, 3, Crosby sq. Reed, solor for liquidator UNLIMITED IN CHANCERY.
SATCHELLL, GEORGE FREDERICK, Hampstead March 4 Powell & Skues, Essex st,
quired, on or before Feb 28, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of
SURTRES, Miss FRANCES FELECIA, Weymouth st, Portland pl March 4 Winterbothams
& Gurney, Cheltenham FRIENDLY SOCIETY DISSOLVED.
THOMAS, ROBERT WILLIAM, Slough Feb 21 Dean, Slough RICHMOND LODGE, Friendly and Trade Societies Hall, Huddersfield, York. Dec 31 WINTER, Emma, Sheffield, Nurse Feb 28 Furniss & Co, Sheffield London Gazette.-TURSDAY, Feb. 8.
WYLES, ELIZABETH, Rochester Feb 22 Wood & McLellan, Chatham
the Rev John, Sutton Mandeville, Wilts Feb 24 SF & H Noyes, The
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Feb. 4. directed to be heard on Wednesday, Feb 16 Collyer-Bristow & Co, 4, Bedford row, ALLEN, Henry, Bath, Auctioneer March 1 Stone & Co, Bath agents for Forsyth & Bettinson, Birmingham, solors for petners. Notice of appearing BATEMAN, JAMES, Manor Farm, Harmondsworth March 4 Dean, Slough GREYLINGSTADT GOLD MINING AND EXPLORATION CO, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, pre- BRIDAFORD, SIDNEY THOMAS, Pall Mall March 26 Harwood & Stephenson, Lombard et sented Feb 3, directed to be heard on Feb 16. Cameron & Co, Gresham House, Old Brows, ELIZABETH, Brigg, Lincoln March 12 HE & R Mason, Barton upon
Hunber Broad st, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Feb 15
BULLIVANT, EVERARD, Mirfield, Insurance Agent March 4 Wilson, Mirfield LOAN AND FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Feb 19: BURR, JOB, Shaftesbury, Dorset, Horse Dealer March 5 Burridge & Co, Shaftesbury
Mr Egerton Hugh Edmonstone Hensley, 96 and 97, Palmerston bldgs, old Broad st. BUTLEB, Emilia Maby, Nice March 31 Bolton & Co, Temple gardens
Fra cis & Johnson, 26, Austinfriars, solors for liquidator NEWPORT AND MONMOUTHSHIRE BILLPOSTING CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or CHAPMAN, ROBERT, South Killingholme, Lincoln, Sloop Owner April 20 Nowell & Co, before March 21, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts
Barton on Humber or claims, to Thomas Parry, Albany chbrs, Skinner st, Newport, Mon
CLUBBE, FRANOES, Kirkley, Suffolk March 25 Ellen & Holt, Lowestoft ROBERT YOUDES BILLPOSTING SYNDICATE, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Feb COLBMAN, JOHN KEMP, Poplar, Auctioneer March 10 Bradshaw, Leadenhall st
7, directed to be heard on Feb 23. for petner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock CowgILL, SARAH Ann, Sowerby Bridge, York March 1 Cadman & Cadman, Cleckin the afternoon of Feb 22
heaton SAOPKEEPERS' SUPPLY Co, Limited-Creditors are required, on or before March 3, to send Dacie, GEORGE LANE, Exeter March 16 J & 8 P Pope, Exeter
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Emanuel | DARLASTON, EMMA, Leicester March 5 McAlpin, Leicester
Williams, 12, Norfolk st, Manchester
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to
ELLERAY, Agnes, Windermere, Westmorland Feb 15 Sharp & Son, Lancaster "TEXTILE ADVERTISING MEDIUM CO, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) --Creditors are required, on Frost, James, Cheetham, Manchester, Baker March 15 Sutton & Co, Manchester
or before March 16, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their FERRIS, Mrs Jane, Milton Manor, Wilts Feb 28 Dixon, Pewney
GRAY, MARY Ann, Kentish Town March 10 Stoker & Hansell, Gray's inn sq WARD & Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before March 5, to send their names
and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles J. March, 3, Church Haines, Sabah, Bognor March 1 Staffurth & Staffurth, Bugnor
HAND, JAMES, Esh, Durham, Farmer March 4 Turnbull, Durham
HARVEY, HENBY, Waxham, Norfolk, Farmer April 1 Keith & Co, Norwich
Andrews & Fawcus, Essex st, Strand
Hilton, Matthew, Tyldesley, Lancs March 4 Whittingham & Whittingham, Tyldesley
HIRSCHBERG, PHILIPP, Camden Town, Bank Clerk March 25 Harwood & Stephenson, UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY.
HOBson, Henry, Sheffield Feb 28 Gibson, Sheffield
HODGES, SABAH, Kensington April 1 Malkin & Co, Martin's In
Hope, MARY, Westward, Cumb:rland Feb 26 Hetherington, Wigton
Crofton v Boycott Kekewich, J Rix, Beccles, Suffolk
Horton, Hexby, Stoke Newington, Builder March 4 Stansbury, Chancery In London Gazette.-Friday, Jan. 28.
JAMES, CHARLES, Cheltenham, Innkeeper March 4 Dighton, Cheltenham CROFTS, JACOB, Newark upon Trent, Gent. March í. Crofts v Burton, North, J. Nor- LAGDEN, Mary, Cheshunt, Herts March 1 Howse, Abchurch yård ledge, South Lambeth rd
LAKE, The Rev WILLIAM CHARLES, Eaton pl March 31
Littledale & Lefroy, King's JONES, GEORGE, Llandovery, Carmarthen, Esq. March 1. Phillips v Jones and Owen, Bench walk, Temple Kekewich, J. Jones, Llandovey
LEADLEY, JAMES FREDERICK, York, House Agent March 4 SEABROOK, PHILIP, Dagenham, Essex, Farmer. March 1. Seabrook v Seabrook, Keke 67, Clarence st, York wich, J. Smith, Romford
MoKnight, ALEXANDER, Birmingham, Manufacturer March 8 Green & Williams, Bir
MORGAN, John Henry, Cardiff, Stevedore March 6 Belcher, Cardiff
Newton, ELIZABETH, Stourton, York March 21 Middleton & Sons, Leeds
NICHOLLA, ELLEN JANE, Birmingham March 1 Westwood, Birmingham
NICKOLS, David, Maldon, Essex, Tailor March 31
Beaumont & Bright, Maldon bldgs, Gray's inn
NICHOLSON, Joux, Renwick, Cumberland, Yeoman March 15 BERNHART, JACOB, Battersea March 1 Birt & Follett, Town hall chmbrs, Southwark
OATES, JOSEPH, Clark's pl, Bishopgate st within, Housekeeper March 1 Gane & Kilder BICKLEY, ANN VOKES, St Petersburg Feb 18 Godwin, Winchester
Gt St Helen's BLACKMORE, JANE, Manchester Feb 18 Cobbett & Co, Manchester
Peirce, George Best, Richmond March 1 Senior & Furbank, Richmond BLAKE, BENJAMIN, Biddlestone, Wilts March 1 Keary & Stokes, Chippenham.
PILE, JULIA, Maidenhead March 4 Rivington & Son, Fenchurch bldgs
Mary Ann Leadley,
Little & Lamonby
Penue, CHARLES JOSEPH, Lokoja, West Africa, MRCS March 18 Mary Victoria Prime,
87, Ermine rd, Ladywell
PC, GCMG_ July 4 Marsden & Co, Old Cavendish st
SPRUCE, Robert, Horsford, Norfolk, Farmer March 12 Culley, Norwich
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. BELL, WILLIAM, Driffield, York, Plumber Feb 11 at 11 GAGER, ARTHUR LEE THOMAS, Sudbury, Suffolk Colchester
Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
Pet Feb 1 Ord
Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middles-
HORBOX, ARTHUR, Leeds, Builder Leeds Pet Jan 29 Ord
Off Rec, 73, Castle st, Canterbury
HUTCHIN, CHABLES ERNEBT, Duke st, Adelphi, Clerk High
Court Pet Jan 4 Ord Feb 1
11 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
JAMES, GEORGE Lacox, Upper St Martin's lane High
Court Pet Jan 7 Ord Feb 1
Beerhouse Keeper Feb 18 at 10.30 Off Rec, 36,
JONES, Walter ROBINSON, Aberdare, Grocer Aberdare BECKWITH, HENRY, Finsbury circus High Court Pet Nov Princes_st, Ipswich
Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31 1 Ord Jan 31
EDWARDS, FRANCIS HENRY, Upper Holloway, Commercial KNOWLES, ISAAC, Ashton in Makerfield, Lancs, Collier BIRD, H. MACPHERSON, South Hampstead, Stockbroker Traveller Feb 11 at 2.30 “Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Wigan Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
LAMOND, CORDELIA WARDE, Hotel Victoria High Court BLANDFORD, W, West Kensington, Umbrella Manufacturer chant Feb 16 at 1 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
Pet Nov 15 Ord Feb 2
Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 2
GETHING, WILLIAM Heney, Melincrythan, nr Neath, Glam, Lumsden, JAJES, Gateshead, Schoolmaster Newcastle on
Clerk Bristol Pet Jan 14 Ord Feb 2
POPE, Joseph KELLAWAY, Dorchester, Licensed Victualler 11.45 Off Rec, Baldwin st. Bristol
Dorchester Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
Traveller Feb 12 at 1 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
Powell, HENRY BASSETT, Westbourne grove High Court
Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
Rec, Figtree lane, Sheffield
POYBER, HENRY Crisp, Gedling, or Nottingham, Farmer DEWHURST, John, West Kensington, Electrician High | ILES, HENRY, and JOSEPH ILES, Kingswood, nr Bristol,
Ipswich_Pet Dec 22 Ord Feb 2 Court Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
Boot Manufacturers Feb 16 at 12° Of Rec, Baldwin PeiTchaBD, EYAN PERCE, Bethesda, Saddler Bangor Pet DUBRANT, ERNEST HENRY CAAPLIX, Hadleigh, Suffolk,
Feb 1 Ord Feb 1 st, Bristol
PemBeer house keeper Ipswich Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31 Ison, HARRY, Hartshill, Warwicks, Innkeeper Feb 15 at Reed, ROBERT WADE, Wiston, Pembroke, Grocer
broke Dock Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
ROBEBts. Evan William, Bethesda, Hairdresser Bangor
Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
SCOTT, GEORGE, Bath, Bootmaker Bath Pet Feb 2 Ord
SHUTTLEWORTH, SAMUEL, Huggin lane, Cycle Agent High
Court Pet Nov 13 Ord Jan 31
STURG ESS, EDWARD, Nottingham, Labourer Nottingham HORN, DAVID, Bramley, Leeds Leeds Pet Feb 1 Ord
Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
LAMB, Joux WILLIAM, South Milford, Farmer Feb 14 at THOMAS, JAMES, Hafod, ar Pontypridd, Grocer Pontypridd HORBOX, ARTHUR, Leeds, Builder Leeds
Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
MARSHALL, WALTER, Nottingham, Groom Feb 11 at 12 VINCENT, CHARLES HENRY, Haverhill, Suffolk, Solicitor ISWOBTH, WILLIAM BARNARD, Brighton, Jeweller Brighton Off Rec, 4, Castle pl, Park st, Nottingham
Cambridge Pet Dec 30 Ord Feb 2
WEBSTER, FRANCIS, Barrowby, Lincs, Farmer Notting.
ham Pet Jan 21 Ord Feb 2
WHITESMITH, GEORGE, Scunthorpe, Lincs, Greengrocer KING, John, Walworth, Builder High Court Pet Feb 1
Gt Grimsby Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31 11 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester Ord Feb 1
WOOD, JOHN CRITCHLOW, Burton on Trent, Glass Dealer POUNDER, WALTER, New Wortley, Leeds, Baker Feb 16 KNOWLES, ISAAC, Ashton in Makerfield, Lancs, Collier
Burton on Trent Pet Jan 17 Ord Feb í at 11 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds Wigan Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
POYSER, HENRY CRISP, Gedling, Notts, Farmer Feb 18 at LARGE, EDWARD, City rd, Valuer High Court Pet Jan 2 Off Rec, 36, Princes st, Ipswich
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Feb. 8.
ROBERTS, DAVID RICHARD, Corwen, Merioneths, Black- ATCHERLEY, JOHN, Wellington, Salop Stafford Pet Feb LUMDEX, JAMES, Gateshead, Durham, Schoolmaster New
4 Ord Feb 4 smith Feb 11 at 11.30 The Priory, Wrexham castle on Tyne Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
SIMPSON, RALPH, West Hartlepool, Blacksmith Feb 11 at Austin, John, Churchdown, Glos, Nursery Grower MACLACALAN, W, Earl's Court High Court Pet Dec 1
Gloucester Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5
SKELSON, EDWARD, Nottingham, Greengrocer Feb 11 at 11 Barlow, JOHN JOSEPH, Alfreton, Foreman Labourer
Derby Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4 chant High Court Pet Febi Ord Feb 1
TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER JAMES, Bentham, Yorks, Grocer Bass, WILLIAM HENRY, Darlington, Bricklayer Stockton PARKYN, JAMES, 8t Merryn, Cornwall, Farmer Truro Pet Feb 12 at 10.45 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Ken
on Tees Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2 Jan 19 Ord Feb 2
BIBCH, THOMAS, Burslem, Staffs, Bookbinder Hanley Pet POPE, JOSEPH KELLAWAY, Dorchester, Licensed Victualler WALTERS, ELIZABETH, Kidwelly, Carmarthens, Boot
Jan 21 Ord Feb 3
Dealer Feb 12 at 11.30 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Car- BLANDFORD, EDMUND GEORGE, Charminster, Dorset, Farm
Bailiff Dorchester Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4 marthen Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
BROOKS, ALFRED WILLIAM, and FREDEBICK VINCENT PRITCHARD, EVAN PIERCE, Bethesda, Saddler Bangor Pet
Watson, WILLIAM, Ilkley, York, Fine Art Dealer Feb 16
BROOKS, Gate st, Lincoln's inn Belds, Lithographers
High Court Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4 REED, ROBERT WADE, Wiston, Pembroke, Grocer Pembroke Dock Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
CHATTELL, ADA, Yardley, Weros, Baker Birmingham Pet
Jan 12 Ord Feb 2 ROBERTS, EVAN WILLIAM, Bethesda, Hairdresser Bangor
CLARK, WILLIAM PETER, St John's Wood, Butcher High Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
Court Pet Jan 6 Ord Feb 3 Scott, GEORGE, Bath, Bootmaker Bath Pet Feb 2 Ord AMIES, THOMAS ANDREW ARTHUR, Etwall, Derbys, Shop CLAXTON, ARTHUR ANDERSON, Bradford, Yam Agent STEPHENS, GEORGE JOHN Dix, and JAMES HENRY HOUGA- BATTEN, WILLIAM WALTER, Southampton, Builder South DANIEL, MATTHEW JAMES, Rotherfield, Sussex, Draper Tox, Huddersfield, Clothiers Leeds Pet Jan 31 Ord ampton Pet Dec 30 Ord Jan 31
Tunbridge Wells Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2 STURGESS, EDWABD, Sneinton, Nottingham, Labourer
BICKLEY, CATHERINE, Birmingham Birmingham Pet Jan DixcEY, GEORGE, Paddington, China Merchant High Court 13 Ord Jan 31
Pet Jan 12 Ord Feb 4 Nottingham Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
Bone, THOMAS AMADENS THORNTON, Margate, Journey - EABL, JOHN, and CHABLES Francis TAYLER, KingskorsTHOMAS, JAMES, Hafod, nr Pontypridd, Grocer Pontypridd man Painter Canterbury Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
well, Devon, Brewers Exeter Pet Feb 4' Ord Feb 4 Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31 Bunx, ROBERT EDWARD, King William st, Financial
Evans, Johx, Pontypridd, Commission Agent Pontypridd Tuexxx, THEODORE, Birmingham, Corn Factor Birming- BUTLER, RICHARD, Southsea, Hants, Painter Portsmouth
Investor High Court Pet Dec 29 Ord Feb 1
Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4 ham Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
GREEN, Thomas, Hucknall Torkard, Notts, Veterinary Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31
Surgeon Nottingham Pet Feb 3' Ord Feb 3 WAITESMITH, GEORGE, Scunthorpe, Lincs, Greengrocer CHALONER, THOMAS OSBORNE, Newmarket, Suffolk, Trainer
HANBURY & Co, Featherstone bldgs, High_Holborn, Gt Grimsby Pet Jan 31 Ord Jan 31 of Racehorses Cambridge Pet Jan 17 Ord Feb 2
Auctioneers High Court Pet Jan 21 Ord Feb 4 WILKINS, HARRY GEORGE, Bristol, Builder Bristol Pet COOPER, JOHN, Yeadon, nr Leeds, Shuttle Maker Leeds
HAWORTA, JOHN ALFRED, Accrington, Grocer Blackburn Jan 21 Ord Jan 81
Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
DewHURST, JOHN, West Kensington, Electrician High HOPKINSON, Joun, Bradford Bradford Pet Feb 8 Ord
Court Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
Jones, RICHARD, Llanfynydd Carmarthen Pet Feb 4
Ord Feb 4 ABTHER, WILLIAM, Leicester, Milk Dealer Feb 11 at 3 ON EDWARDS, FRANCIS Henry, Upper Holloway, Commercial KITCHEN, JOHN, Bradford, Builder Bradford Pet Feb 4 Babyau, Robert, Middlesborough, Milk Seller Feb 16 at FOWLER, FRANCIS JOHN, Kodland, Bristol, Provision Mer- LANCASHIRE, JOSEPH, HENRY, Gracechurch st, Commission 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough chant Bristol Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 1
Agent High Court Pet Nov 24 Ord Feb 2
LEE, ASHTON, and ALFRED LEE, Horsforth, York Leeds SOWERBY, GEORGE, Northumberland, Company Managing All letters intended for publication in the Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
Director Feb 16 at 11.30 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, NevLINER, THOMAS CHARLES, Derby, Billposter Derby Pet castle on Tyne
“ Solicitors' Journal” must be authenticated Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
STEPHENS, SAMUEL, Stone bldgs, Chancery lo, Barrister LUBBOCK, John, Cadoxton, Glam, Builder Cardiff Pet Feb 17 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
by the name of the writer. Feb 4 Ord Feb 4
STUTTARD, WILLIAM, Nelson, Lancs Feb 25 at 1 Exchange
DRUGS WON'T DO.
FREE TRIAL OF SOMETHING THAT WILL DO. NYE, GEORGE THOMAS, Rochester, Builder Rochester County Court house, Blackburn
You would be perfectly astonished if you were made Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5 VIALL, JOSEPA HENRY, North Shields, Commission Agent
aware of the many thousands of pounds absolutely thrown PAYNE, JESSE, Birmingham, Licensed Victualler Birming Feb 16 at 12 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle on away from year to year upon so-called curatives that are ham Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
foisted upon a public only too willing to believe the Pitts, John, Cambridge Cambridge Pet Feb 3 Ord | WARD. Philip, Wolverhampton, Plasterer Feb 17 at 11 specious arguments laid before them. Feb 3
Off Rec, Wolverhampton
Even the hard-earned shillings of the very poor are Ray, James, West Norwood, Builder High Court Pet Wells, HARRY FitzwILLIAM, New Swindon Feb 16 at 11
Wasted in this way; in fact, it is to the ignorant, anxious Dec 10 Ord Feb 2
Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, Swindon
to rid themselves of the various ailments which handicap RICHARDS, WILLIAM Henry, and CHABLES RICHARDS, Car WILLIAMS, Rees, Pontypridd, Painter Feb 15 at 1265, them in the race for life, that such arguments are too often diff, Outfitters Cardiff Pet Jan 24 Ord Feb 3
High st, Merthyr Tydfil
addressed. ROBERTS, STANLEY RAPIER, Aldershot, Colonel High
Now, strength and muscular activity, rosy cheeks, plumpCourt Pet Dec 17 Ord Feb 3
ness, and health can be obtained without medicine. Selvey, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Worcester, Dentist Worcester Austin, Jonn, Churchdown, Glog, Nursery Grower Glou
The replenishing of the system from the wasting of Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5
tissues which is going on every day can only be accom
cester Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5 Simcox, BENJAMIN, West Bromwich, Dairyman West BARLOW, John Joseph, Alfreton Derby Pet Feb 4 Ord
plished by the proper assimilation of food. Bromwich Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
It cannot be done with medicine. It can, however, be
acomplished with a perfect, flesh-forming, palatable, and Dealer Newcastle on Tyne Pet Jan 18 Ord Feb 3
agreeable Food Beverage. Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa is such a
on Tees Pet Feb 1 Ord Feb 2 THICK. CHARLES, Shepton Mallet, Fishmonger Wells Pet
Food Beverage, possessing, as it does, wonderful nourishBLAKE, the Honourable CHARLES WILLIAM Joseph Henrs, ing, strengthening, and stimulative powers unsurpassed by Feb 5 Ord Feb 5 TIBBETTS, THOMAS ADAMS, Cradley Heath, Staffs, Maltster
Coventry st, Piccadilly High Court Pet Dec 10 Ord
any other Food Beverage. Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa is not a
Feb 3 Dudley Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
medicine. It does simply what it is claimed to do, and its BLANDFORD, EDMUND George, Charmioster, Dorset, Farm strengthening powers are being recognized to an extent Tonkyx, ARTHUR, 8t Columb, Cornwall, Baker Truro
Bailiff Dorchester Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 4 Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5
hitherto unknown in the history of any preparation. TRANT, WILLIAM EDWARDS, Kingswear, Devon, Baker BLANDFORD, WILLIAM, West Kensington, Umbrella Manu
Merit, and merit alone, is what we claim for Dr. Tibbles'
facturer High Court Pet Jan 13 Ord Feb 4 Plymouth Pet Jan 20 Or] Feb 4
Vi-Cocoa, and we are prepare i to send to any reader who WALKER, JAMES, South Shields, Boot Maker Newcastle
CLAXTON, ARTHUR_ANDERSON, Bradford, Yarn Agent names the SOLICITORS' JOURNAL, a post-card will do, a
Bradford Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3 on Tyne Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa free and postCORBALLIS. JAMES FREDERICK JOSEPH, Farnham, Surrey paid. There is no magic in all this. It is a plain, honest, WARD, PHILIP, Wolverhampton, Plasterer Wolverhamp Guildford Pet Jan 25 Ord F-b 3 ton Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
straightforward offer. It is done to introduce the merits CRUNDALL, THOMAS BULLOCK, Barry Dock, Glam, Iron of Vi-Cocoa into every home. Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, as WILLIAMS, GEORGE, Llandudno Bangor Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4
monger Cardiff Pet Jan 14 Ord Feb 4
a concentrated form of nourishment and vitality, is in DANIEL, MATTHEW James, Rotherfield, bussex, Draper valuable; nay, more than this, for to all who wish to face RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED AND
Tunbridge Wells Pet Feb 2 Ord Feb 2
the strife and battle of life with greater endurance and ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
DUTHIE, JEAN, Bootle, Lancs, Tailor Liverpool Pet Jan more sustained exertion, it is absolutely indispensable. 17 Ord Feb 3
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, can be obtained from all Chemists, COHEN, LAWRENCE._and Louis Couer, Hatton garden, Evans, John, Pontypridd, Commission Agent Pontypridd Grocers, and stores, or from Dr Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, Limited, Watch Material Dealers High Court Rec Ord Dec 15,
Pet Feb 4 Ord Feb 4 1891 Adjud Jan 7, 1892 Resc and Annul Feb 1 GBEEN, Toomas, Hucknall Torkard, Notts, Veterinary 60, 61, and 62, Buahill-row, London, E.C.
40 & 41, Fleet-st. FIRST MEETINGS.
HAWORTH. Joux ALFRED, Accrington, Grocer Blackburn M. W. EDGLEY,
Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS.
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st. BEARD, CHARLES OAKLEY, Herne Bay, Kent Feb 17 at JAEHNICHEN, FERDINAND RICHARD, Birmingham Birming2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS. bam Pet Jan 11 Ord Feb 3 Beckwith, Henry, Finsbury crcs Feb 15 at 11 Bank Jones, RICHARD, Llanfynydd Carmarthen Pet Feb 4 Ord
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st, ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS.
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st. BLANDFORD, WILLIAM, West Kensington, Umbrella Manu KITCHEN, Joux, Bradford, Builder Bradford Pet Feb 4 facturer Feb 17 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Ord Feb 4
LINER, THOMAS CHARLES, Derby, Billposter Derby Pet
Moon, EMMA, Yeovil, Fruit Dealer Yeovil Pet Feb 2
MORRIS. HERBERT GEORGE, Bournemouth, Newsagent CLARK, WILLIAM PETER, St John's Wood, Butcher Feb 15 Poole Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
NYE, GEORGE Thomas, Rochester, Builder Rochester
PARRYN, James, St Merryn, Cornwall, Farmer Truro
PEIRCE. WILLIAM, Clapham, Jobmaster Wandsworth
Pirts, John, Cambridge, Boot Maker Cambridge Ord
Stationer Feb 17 at 11 Court house, King's Lynn PRIESTLES, JOHN ANDREW, Stoke upon Trent, Chemist
Prepared from finest ENGLISH MEATS HEDLEY, JOSEPH, Sadberge, Durham, Licensed Victualler, Preston Pet Jan 22 Ord Feb 4
Of all Chemists and Grocers.
BRAND & CO., LTD., MAYFAIR, W., & MAYFAIR
WORKS, VAUXHALL, LONDON, S.W. 22, Park row, Leeds
Simcox, BENJAMIN, West Bromwich, Dairyman West HUMPHREY, THOMAS, Gt Grimsby. Smackowner Feb 15 at Bromwich Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3 11 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Gt Grimsby
THE MOST NUTRITIOUS. THICK, CHARLES, Shepton Mallet, Fishmonger Wells LANCASHIRE, Joseph Henry, Gracechurch st, Commission Pet Feb 5 Ord Feb 5
Agent Feb 16 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st THORNTON, John, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Machine Maker
TIBBETT3, Thomas Adams, Cradley Heath, Staffs, Maltster
Tonkyn, ARTHUR, St Columb, Cornwall, Baker Truro
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. MACLACHLAN, W, Earl's Court Feb 16 at 12 Bankruptcy on Tyne Pet Feb 3 Ord Feb 3 bldgs. Carey st
WARD, PAILIP, Wolverbampton, Plasterer WolverhampPARKES, WILFRED RODERICK, Upper Holloway, Flour Mer ton Pet Jan 29 Ord Feb 3
chant Feb 16 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st WILLIAMS, GEORGE, Llandudno Bangor Pet Feb 3 Ord PARKIN, JAMES, St Merryn, Cornwall, Farmer Feb 17 at
Feb 4 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro PEIBCE, WILLIAM, Clapham, Job Master Feb 15 at 11.30
ADJUDICATION ANNULLED. 24, Railway app, London Bridge
GOADBY, SAMUEL, Leicester, Warehouseman Leicester
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WE HAVE an inquiry from esteemed correspondents as to the special valuation and at low rates.
names of the committee appointed to frame the rules under the
Land Transfer Act, 1897. We supposed that its constitution was LEGAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE tolerably well known ; but it may be well to state that it conSOCIETY.
sists of Mr. Justice NORTH, who was appointed by the judges
of the Chancery Division ; Sir HOWARD ELPHINSTONE, who was ESTABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY. appointed by the Council of the Bar; Mr. B. G. LAKE, who was 10, FLEET STREET, LONDON.
appointed by the Council of the Incorporated Law Society; Mr. J. W. OLARK, Legal Advisor to the Board of Agriculture,
who was appointed by that Board ; and Mr. R. H. Holt, the FREE,
Registrar of the Land Registry.
THE DIE is now cast, and on the 1st of July next the solicitors of London will be face to face with compulsory registration of title. As was generally anticipated, the London County Council at their meeting on Tuesday refused to veto the application to London of the Land Transfer Act, 1897 ; passing a feeble resolution “that the Privy Council be informed that the London
County Council relies on the Order applying the Land Transfer A ND
Act, 1897, to London being so framed that it shall be made to SECURE.
take effect according to the letter from the clerk of the Privy
Council of the 18th of January, 1898.” As that letter specified FUNDS £3,000,000. INCOME
4373,000. no periods for the "taking effect progressively" of the Act, it YEARLY BUSINESS £1,000,000. BUSINESS IN FORCE £11,000,000 would be "according to the letter” if the Act were applied to
one-fourth of the county on the 1st of July, to another one
fourth on the 1st of August, and so on. It is safe to predict The Right Hon. Lord HALSBURY (Lord High Chancellor of England). The Hon. Mr. Justice KEKEWICH.
that the Act will be applied exactly as may suit the convenience The Right Hon. Sir JAMES PARKER DEANE, Q.C., D.C.L.
of the Land Registry Office. Wo print elsewhere a full WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq. RICHARD PENNINGTON, Esq.
report of the discussion, and we desire to draw the special
attention of solicitors who entertain the notion that the Bacon, His Honour Judge. Masterman, Henry Chauncy, Esq.
result of the Act will be to increase solicitors' remuneration to Davey, The Right Hon. Lord.
Mathew, The Hon. Mr. Justice. Deane, The Right Hon. Sir James Parker, Meek, A. Grant, Esq. (Devizes).
the observations made by Mr. SHAW-LEFEVRE. He is not likely Q.C., D.C.L.
Mellor, The Right Hon. John W., Q.C., to have touched the subject of solicitor's costs without having Ellis, Edmund Henry, Esq. Finch, Arthur J., Esq. Mills, Richard, Esq.
been "coachod" upon it by the Land Registry. He said that Frere, Geo. Edgar, Esq.
Morrell, Frederic P., Esq.(Oxford). Garth, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Q.C. Pennington, Richard, Esq.
suppose that landowners would be Harrison, Chas., Esq., M.P.
Rowcliffe, Edward Lee, Esq. Healey, C. E. H. Chadwyck, Esq., Q.C. Saltwell, Wm Henry, Esq.
compelled to employ lawyers ; it would be found perfectly Johnson, Charles P., Esq. Williams, C. Reynolds, Esq.
possible to register oven an absolute title without the intervenKekowich, The Hon. Mr. Justice.
Williams, Romer, Esq. Ladlow, The Right Hon. Lord. Williams, William, Esq. tion of a lawyer. "He did not pretend that the Act would not
interfere with the lawyers' profits.” That is, at all events, a form. In Re de Nicols, consequently, there was a contract straightforward statement of the objects of the Act, and it giving the wife one-half of the property of the husband, and accords with what we have maintained ever since the contro- since nothing had occurred to vary the contract, that half was versy commenced.
outside the husband's will and went to the wife absolutely.
MEANWHILE the Corporation of the City of London have A TRIAL for manslaughter of an unusual kind took place this declined the invitation of the spider to step into its little parlour. week before HAWKINS, J., at the Leicester Assizes, and the case It is stated that the corporation had communicated with is one of the greatest importance to football players. The facts the Incorporated Law Society, the London Chamber of may be stated very shortly. The accused, in playing a game of Commerce, the Surveyors’ Institution, the Institute of Bankers, football under the Association Rules, charged the deceased from the Auctioneers' Institute, and the Royal Institute of behind and throw him violently forward against the knee of British Architects, and with leading firms of conveyancing another player who was in the act of kicking the ball. The solicitors and land agents and surveyors practising in the City, deceased was seriously injured internally and died in conseasking for their opinion as to whether it was expedient in the quence. Charging from behind is against the rules of the public interest that the Act should be applied to the City: game. The judge, however, would not allow the rules to Thirty-six replies had been received, three being in favour of be put in evidence, and held that they were quite irrethe Act being applied and thirty-three opposed to it. Unlike levant, and that it did not matter whether the prisoner had the London County Council, the corporation have followed the broken the rules or not. There seems to be only one other case advice for which they asked. The exceptional value of property of the sort reported, and that was also tried at Leicester before in the city and the magnitude of the pecuniary interests BRAMWELL, L.J., in 1878. In that case (Reg. v. Bradshaw, 14 involved appeared to the corporation to render it undesirable Cox 83) the judge gave directions to the jury very similar to that the Act should be applied to the City in the interests of those given by HAWKINS, J. He said: “No rules or practice owners of property. The Act, they thought, should be first of any game whatever can make that lawful which is unlawful applied to some portion of a county where the volume and by the law of the land ; and the law of the land says you shall importance of conveyancing were less than in the City, and not do that which is likely to cause the death of another. where there would be less disturbance or prejudice to owners. Therefore in one way you need not concern yourselves with the The corporation therefore considered that the Act should rules of football. But, on the other hand, if a man is playing not be applied to the county of London or the city, and they according to the rules and practice of the game, and not going communicated this opinion both to the Lord Chancellor and the beyond it, it may be reasonable to infer that he is not actuated London County Council.
by any malicious motive or intention, and that he is not acting in a manner which he knows will be likely to be productive of
death or injury. But independently of the rules, if the prisoner It is always interesting to see a novel point of law worked intended to cause serious hurt to the deceased, or if he knew out upon principle, especially when the principle is stated and that in charging as he did he might produce serious injury, and applied so clearly, if we may be allowed to say so, as was done was indifferent and reckless as to whether he would produce by KEKEWICH, J., in the recent case of Re de Nicols (ante, p. 252). serious injury or not, then the act would be unlawful.” Two persons who were both domiciled in France were married HAWKINS, J., told the jury that the only question for them was in Paris in 1854. They were, under the French law, capable of whether tho coased came by his death as the result of making any disposition they chose by way of marriage settle- gross negligence, or intentional violence on the part of ment of the property then existing or thereafter to be acquired the prisoner. If they thought he had come by his death from by them, but in the absence of such special settlement they any such cause, they should convict. They accordingly did became subject to the French law of community. Under this convict. It is submitted, however, that, although the rules are the goods forming the common property include all the personal immaterial to the question of "guilty or "not guilty," anyproperty which the husband and wife own at the time of the thing should be admitted in evidence which affects the degree marriage, and all personal property coming to them during the of the prisoner's guilt, and from this point of view it may be marriage, unless, in the case of donation, the donor has provided most important to know whether or not the rules were broken. differently. During the marriage the husband has the sole Lord BRAMWELL seems to have held this opinion. No rules can management of the common property, and when the coverture justify an illegal act; but where a person has acted within rules has ceased the property is divided equally between the husband which regulate the play of thousands of young men every day, and wife or their representatives. In the present instance the it seems reasonable that a presumption in favour of accident husband was adjudicated a bankrupt in France in 1863, and in should be raised, or, at all events, that there should],be a pre the same year he and his wife came to this country and subse- sumption against any intention to hurt. quently became naturalized British subjects. In 1897 the husband died, having by a will made in the English form given his residuary real and personal estate, consisting of property THE DECISION of BYRNE, J., in Birmingham Breweries (Limited) acquired in England, to his wife for life. It was claimed, v. Jameson is instructive with reference to the position of thé however, on the part of the wife, that the property thus lessees of "tied” houses. “It certainly is rather a startling acquired was subject to the French law of community, thing,"
,” said LINDLEY, L.J., in Clegg v. Hands (38 W. R. 433, and that she was entitled to one-half of it absolutely. 44 Ch. D. 503), “ to anybody to be told that when you have
The point is by no means free from difficulty, but it seems to agreed to buy beer of a particular brower, you may find yourdepend upon whether the marriage of the parties without an self bound to take beer from somebody else ”; yet this is a express settlement was equivalent to a contract that all property result which will ordinarily follow from a covenant by the then existing or afterwards acquired was to be held under the lessee to take beer from the lessor or his assigns, whether the French law applicable in the absence of a settlement. KEKE- word "assigns” is expressly used in the covenant, or is left to WICH, J., held that it was, and that the contract was not affected be brought in by the interpretation clause. In Clegg v. Hands by the subsequent change of domicil. In the case of an the latter form was adopted. In a lease by A. and B., who English marriage it seems pretty clear that the absence of a were brewers at the X. browery, the lessee covenanted not to settlement does not amount to a contract between the parties to sell beer other than such as should have been purchased of the hold property in any particular manner. They take such lessors or either of them; and the term “ lessors" interests as the law for the time being provides and their defined to include their assigns. A. and B. assigned their interests vary with a change of the law or a change of domicil. business and also the demised premises to C., a brewer carrying But the French law of community is in itself a form of settle- on business at the Y. brewery, and the X. brewery was shut up. ment, and the omission of the parties to adopt any of the other It was held, upon the construction of the covenant, that the forms of settlement may well be taken to be in pursuance of a benefit of it was not restricted to assigns carrying on the same contract that their rights shall be governed by the common brewer's business as the lessors, and that since it was a covenant