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Wed. ..... . .23 ,- General paper
Thursday 21 ,I
Friday .... ..25...Mots and adj sums
Q Bht cans, ets, fur cons, &
Saturday ...26 Q adj sum P
Monday Sitting in chambers
Wednesday 30 I General paper
gatmday 2 Pets, fur cons. 6:
Monday .... .. 4...Sitting in chambers
Any cause intended to be heard as a short cause must be so marked in the cause book at least one clear day before the sums can be put in the paper to be so heard. Two copies of minutes of the proposed j udg-meat or order must be left in court with the judge's clerk the day before the causo_is to be put in the paper.
Vt aen witness actions can be taken on any da s other than those appointed, due
Mon., Feb. 21...Sitting in chambers
Friday ......11...Mots and non wit list ( Pets, slit caus, opposed
Saturday ...12 II pets, procedure sums, and
Monday .... . .14. ..Sitt.ing in chambers
Wed. ....... ..16 »Witness list
Thursday ...17 II
Friday .... ..18 ..Mots and non wit list
ded to be heardasashoi-t
Consideration are required for the use of the Judge, viz. :—Two Copies of Minutes of the proposed Judgment or Order, 1 Copy Pleading, and 1 Copy Chief Clerk's Certificate, w ‘ch must be left in Court with the J udge’s Clerk one clear day before the Further Consideration is ready to come into the paper.
book at least one clear day before the same can be put in the paper to be so heard, and the necessary papers, including minutes of the proposed judgment or 0 er, must be left wit the judge‘: clerk
. 4. P ) RESULTS OF SALES. Messrs. H. E. Fosrsa 6: CBANFIILD held a very successful Sale (No. 614) of _Revoi-slona and Life Policies, at the Mart, E.C., on Thursday last-; the total realized being £42 470. The following were amongst the lots sold : BEVEBSI NS:
II I II
Messrs. R. W. Mus & Sox, of Lower G'rosvenor- lace, disposed of properties in Belgi-nvia to the value of £40,000 during the last few weeis.
On Feb. 22, Messrs. W. W. Run & Co. sold at the Mart ii Freehold Ground-rent of £200 per annum, secured upon premises in Lombard-street, with reversion to rack-rental in 36 years of the rental va ue of £1,125, for £12,200.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
Bsirnns Finns Co, Lniirsn—Cred.itors are required, on or before April $0. to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr J W Koo wles, 6, Clement's lane
Bran IN HARD Goan Co, Liiii-rsn—Petn for winding up, presented Feb 2-1 directed to be heard on \Vednesda}y, March 9. Marshall & Marshall, 8 and -L, Lin:olu's iuu fields. solors for petncr. otice of up ear-ing mast reach tho above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of March S
Bouviraia Pnsss, Liiiii-sn—Petn for winding up, presented Feb 21, directed to bz heard on Wednesday, March 9, at 10.30. Foster & Co, 15, Finsbur circus, solors for Dame!‘Noticefotllappgmring must reach the above-named not later dun 6 o clock in the afternoon o arc 5
Baisroi. Pzsssxr Si-osi: Finns, Liiiirizo-Creditors are required, on or before March 31
to send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles Matcham, 44, High st, Bristol
Sr. Hsi.ls’s WBSTBALIAN SYNDICATE, Lniirsn -Creditors are required, on or before March 81, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Milne, 10, St. Helen's pl. Salarnan & Co, solors to liquidator
WERTRALIAN Minuso Srsnicsra, Lini-rsn—Creditors are required, on or before April 25, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts and claim1, to ll_.ew_i; €°i1lll‘l9S Miles, 70, Cornhill. Btoneham, St. Michael's House, Cornhill, solor for iqui a r
Couxrv PALATINE or Lsscasiica.
Masciirsrla Pizovioizxr Panuasssr BENIFIT Boitniilu S-oc|s'r\'.—Petn for winding up, presented Feb 22, directed to be heard at the Assize Courts, Strangeways, Manchester, on Monday, March 7, at 10.30, Batty 6: (to, Princess st, Manchester, getnei-‘s solors. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 2 o’cloc in the after
noonof March 5
Low, Pa-ran, Bury st April 1 Stephen & Co, Dublin K
Pniciiiiao, Avousrm, Clifton Mar 25 Piilchiird, Bristol
Ralsnoruui, J sxs, Crowborough, Sussex March 15 Morse 8: Co, Copthall bldgs RIAD, Ainrs Faascis, Canterbury March 18 Furley, Canterbury
Bosissox, Enwsan, Crank Rainford, Lanes, Farmer March 21 Brewis, St Helen's BYALL, Asss MARIA, New Cross March 15 Newman & Co, Clement’s inn Siissiir, Anna Miinu, San Francisco April 1 Stibbard 6: Co, Leadenhsll st
Siurii, DAVID, Southport March 2% Yates, Southpoit
Sui-m, Tiioxas Goonainos, Coventry, Licensed Victiialler March 16 Minster, Coventry S1-siviinn, ALPBID, Leicester, Optician March 25 Blackwell, Leicester
Brociuvsnn, MARY Ass, South Hincksey, Oxford March 18 Molesworth, Rnchdale
Susonsnssn, Tiioius. Chorlton iipon Medlock, Manchester March 31 Goulty 52 Goodfellow, Manchester
Tvaijs, Faaosiiicir Aasotn, Shortlands, Kent April 5 Michael Ahrahanis 82 Co, Old ewry WHITAKER, Mansciii, Leeds, Milk Dealer March 81 Dunning 6: Co, Leeds
Wiurss, Eowis HAWKINS, Camberwell April 9 Banks Pittman, Basirighall st w1LLlAIB, Sniusi. Jliiiss, Battersea March 21 \Voodbridge, Surrey st Wii.sos, Jons, Cumberland, Yeoman March 7 Hayton & Simpson, Cockermouth
DOUGLAS, Ass, hiewcastle upon Tyne April 5 Robert Brown, Newcastle upon Tyne Dan’, Aivi-sinsia BABAH, Wandsworth April 11 Geo Thatcher, Essex st, Strand EVRBARD, CHARLES, Kentish Town April 2 Jennings, Kentish Town rd
Ernsxn, Enwann, Bolton, April 9 Hulton 8: Co, Bolton
Faaquasiisos, Cossrliscs, Eastbury park, nr Blandford, Dorset April 1 Hares & C0
Lincoln’s inn fields
Gan, J oiis, Sandal Magna, York April 10 Edmondson, Wakefield
Gnsrsox, J inns, Over, Chester, Painter April 18 Cooke, Winsford, Cheshire
HAY, Gsoiias EDWIN Aurasn, Weston super Mare, Commercial Traveller March 30
Wansbrough & Co, Weston super Mare
Kara, Lady ELIZABETH Maaoiiisr Lisrsa, Bouglitoa, Maidstone May 20 Day 81 C01 Norfolk st
Kssri, WALTER, Hounslow, Electrical Engineer March 18 Cheesman, Old Berjeants' inn Ksieiir, wlLLiAli, Holyhead, Anglesey, Innkeeper March 15 Pritchard, Holyheul
Li\wi.os, Tiioiuis Jons, Scarborough, Hotel Keeper April 2 Royle, Scarborough
Les, Jaxs, Ashton under Lyne April 2 Ellison, Ashton under Lyne
Locos, Wii.i.iiiii, Ashton under Lyne March 5 Pownall, Ashton under Lyne Maarici;;e.Liiei:_ss, Higher Brougliton, Manchester, Boot Dealer March 18 Orrell, Man
Snnioss, CAROLINE, St Leonard’s on Bea March 81 Dawes, Bye
Siiaos, Hsssaii, Liverpool April 1 Evans 8: Co, Liverpool
Siiics, J oim, Liverpool April 1 Evans & Co, Liverpool
SWAIN, Maaoauar, Alberbury, Balop March 31 Wade & Son, Shrewsbury
Waan, Gross: WILSON, (Jawood, York, Farmer April 28 Parker & Parker, Sell)! Warsas, WILLIAM Atnss, Rye, Sussex, Chemist March 31 Dawes, Rye
“I have been for years a martyr to a very bad form oi headache, which attacked me nearly every day, sometimes quite pi-ostrating me. I was advised to give up drinking tea entirely, and take Cocoa as a beverage, I decided to try Dr. Tibbles‘ Vi-Cocoa, which I commciicci taking some two months ago, and I am glad to say tliat since then I have been quite ircc irom my dread enemy, hsadaclie. I feel confident that this result was brought by Dr. T1bbles' Vi-Cooozi, Ior I had tried numerous remed.-ies without any success. I find nothing picks me up so quickly as a cup oi Dr, Tibbles‘ Vi-Cocoa after I have had a stiil day's work in 531,001
I shall be glad to testify
The unicgie vitalisingl and restorative powers of r. Tibb1es' i-Oocoaare being recogmaed to an extent hitherto unknown 1l'1 the history of any preparation. Merit, and merit alone, is what is claimed for Dr. Tibbles V1-Cocoa. and the agroprietors are . prepared to send to any re er who names this paper (xi postcard will do) a dainty g
To Her Majesty, tho Lord Chancellor. the Whole oithe
i Under the patronage oj H.111. The Queen and H.6'.H, Prince Louie Batten
' VOL. XLII., No. 19. The Solicitors’ Journal and Reporter.
LONDON, MARCH i2, I898. “,' The Editor cannot undertake to return rejected contributions, and copies should be kept or all articles sent by writers who are not on the regular staff of the JOURNAL.
Cuaaasr Tories .............................. 319 Law Scorn-ins ........ ... ...... ... .......... .. 331 Disrainurios or Suartus Assn-rs is LIOAL Nnws ..... .. 332
Wisoiso or ................................. .. 322 Conar Paraas ..... .. 333 Rsviaws ......... .. 828 Wisniiro Ur Noriols 333 Coaassroxonsou 323 Cali>i'r0as' Noriols .... .. 331 Tar COUNTY Couars ...................... .. 329 BAIKBUPTGY No'ri0ls.......... 334
Cases Reported this Week.
In the Weekly Reporter.
AN ESTEEMED correspondent, who writes to suggest that any ‘ rules framed with the object of applying the compulsory powers of the Land Transfer Act, 1897, to leasehold property will be ultra virus, has, we think, failed to observe that, under section 22 (6) of that Act, the rules are to be made “under section 111 of the principal Act [the Land Transfer Act, 1875], as amended by this Act.” Strange as it may seem, it would really appear that no rules made under section lil can be ultra vires, since it expressly provides that “any rules made in pursuance of this section shall be deemed to be within the powers conferred by this Act, and shall be of the same force as if enacted in this Act, and shall be judicially noticed.” That is to say, the rules are to have all the efficacy of a. statute, and, subject to the obligation to lay them before both Houses of Parliament within three weeks after they are made, or within three weeks after the beginning of the next Session of Parliament, and apparently subject to the provisions of the Rules Publication Act, 1893, the rule-makers have carte blanche.
Tun onnnn made last week by a Divisional Court directing the holding of an election of county councillors for the Central Division of Hackney, and fixing a day for the election, was the natural sequel to the previous order prohibiting, on account of the death of a candidate, the holding of the election on the ordinary day. Whatever doubts may exist as to the jurisdiction to postpone the ordinary election in such a case (see ante, p. 303), there can be no doubt as to the jurisdiction to fix the day for the election when from any cause it has not been held on the ordinary day. This jurisdiction is given, in the case of a municipal election, by section 70 of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1882, which provides that “it a municipal election is not held on the appointed day or within the appointed time . . . . the High Court may on motion grant a mamlam-us for the election to be held on a day appointed by the court.”