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DIAMONDS, PEARLS, WAITE, GEORGE HENRY, Bury St Edmunds, Metal Worker Westall, LINCOLN WILLIAM, Malvern Link, Worcs, Simmons, JAMES, Loughborough, Fish Dealer Leicester Bury St Edmunds Pet March 10 Ord March 10 Printer March 23 at 11.30 Off Rec, Copenhagen st,

Pet March 8 Or1 March 11 WARD, EDWIX, and NATHANIEL LEA8K, North East passage, Worcester

SMITH, WILLIAM EDWARD, Hastings, Painter Hastings Wel!close sq, Cigar Merchants High Court Pet

ADJUDICATIONS.

Pet March 3 Ord March 10 March 12 Ord March 12

Oxford

Adams, MARGARET, Oxford WEBB, FREDER CK, Doncaster, Painter

Pet Oct 27

SPENSLEY, ROBERT, Gt Grimsby, Wholesale Fruiterer Gt
Sheffield

Ord
Pet
Jan 10

Grimsby Pet March 12 Ord March 12
March 10 Ord March 10
WHIPP, JOSEPH, jun, Altrincham, Painter Manchester Pet

Adams, Thomas, Short Heath, nr Wolverhampton, Coal STEPHENS, ALFRED GEORGE, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, Baker

Dealer Wolverhampton Pet March March 11 Ord March 11

Swindon Pet March 10 Ord March 10

10 Ord March 10

Stow, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Bradford, Leather Merchant WHITEHEAD, ARTHUR, Hulme Manchester, Dyer Salford Åstox, William Joseph, Worcester, Builder Worcester STBACHEY, JOHN Womewell, Lower Walmer, Kent

Bradford Pet March 12 Ord March 12
Pet Feb 26 Ord March 11

Pet Feb 21 Ord March 10
Amended notice substituted for that published in the BARLOW, Joux, jun, Elton, Bury, Grocer Bolton

Canterbury Pet Jan 4 Ord March 12

Pet
London Gazette of March 1:
March 10 Ord March 10

TRACKRAY, SAM KERSHAW, Middlesborough, Watchmaker
BEARD, CHARLES OAKLEY, Herne Bay High Court
NYE, THOMAS JOSEPH, New Brompton, Kent, Builder

Pet

Stockton on Tees Pet March 11 Ord March 11 Nov 10 Ord March 11

WALL, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Cab Proprietor Birming-
Rochester Pet Feb 26 Ord Feb 26
BELL, JOHN JAMES, Birmingham, Pork Butcher Birming-

ham Pet March 7 Ord March 9
FIRST MEETINGS.
ham Pet Feb 25 Ord March 10

WAITE, GEORGE HENRY, Bury St Edmunds, Metal Worker
BARKIR, THOMAS HAROLD, Leeds, Tailor March 23 at 12
Catte, GEORGE, Stockton on Tees, Confectioner Stockton

Bury St Edmunds_Pet March 10_Ord March 10 on Tees Pet March 10 Ord March 10

WAREHAM, CHARLES HENRY, Cowes, I of w, Coal MerOF R-C, 22, Park row, Ieeds Coron E), Christopher, Walton, Liverpool; Cargo Super-Wupp, JOSEPH, jun, Altrincham, Painter Manchester

chant Newport Pet Feb 16 Ord March 11 BARLOW, Joux, jun, Elton, Bury, Grucer March 21 at 11

intendent Liverpool Pet Jan 10 Ord March 12 16, Wood st, Bolton

Pet March 11 Ord March 11 Besss Bros. & Co., St Benet pl, Gracechurch st, Whole

DEAKiN, SAMUEL WILLIAM, Wigan, Butcher Wigan Pet

Feb 15 Ord March 10 sale Stationers March 22 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs,

Amen led notice substitute for that published in the Davis, George, Southsea, General Dealer Newpo.t Pet

London Gazette of March 1:
Carey st

Feb 4 Ord March 9
BOURTOX, CHARLES HENRY, Tredegar, Mon, Commission
Do Moxt, JEROME ESPRIT BERNARD, Throgmorton av,

Nre, Thomas JOSEPI, New Brompton, Kent, Builder Agent March 23 at 12 65, Highst, Merthyr

Stockbroker_High

an 29 Ord March 11

Rochester Pet Feb 23 Ord Feb 26 Tydfil

FOORD, HENRY, Lepham, Kent, Farmer Maidstone Pet Brown, Emily SOPHIA, Mayfield, Sussex March 21 at 11.30

March 12 Ord March 12 24, Railway app, London Bridge

All letters intended for publication in the
GOODALL, GEORG: WILLIAM, Birmingham, Artist Bir-
BURTON, Tuomas EDWARD, and HENRY MILNER, Bradford,
Wool Merchants March 25 at 12 Off Rec, 31, Manor

minghara Pet March 4 Ord March 12
GOODALL, LOUISA Sophia, and JOHN HALL LOCKYER

Solicitors' Journalmust be authenticated row, Bradford

SHERRATT, Oxford Oxford Pet Nov 25 & Jan 6 Ord CURRY, S12P30s, & CURRY, Brockley, Kent, Builders March

Jan 31 & Jan 31

by the name of the writer. 22 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

GOLDRING, SAMUEL OSCar, Leadenhall st, High Court
CUTLER, EDMUND, Bournemouth, Butcher March 22 at
12.30 Off Rec, Endless st, Salisbury

Pet Aug 27 Ord March 4
Hili., JANE, West Hartlepool Sunderland Pet March 9

Where dificulty is experienced in procuring the FEATHERSTONE, ROBERT HENRY, Hutton Bushell, Yorks,

Ord March 9 Farmer March 23 at 11 Of Rec, 74, Newborough, HITCHING, DANIEL, Parkstone, Dorset, Builder Puole Journal with regularity, it is requested that Scarborough

Pet Feb 7 Ord March 10 FEELY, BRIDGET, Birmingham, Provision Merchant March

HUGHES, MARK, Blackwood, Mon, Builder Tredegar Pet 25 at 11174, Corporation st, Birminghain

application be made direct to the Publisher.

March 10 Ord March 10
FUSNELL, William, Great Grimsby, Master Fisherman
March 24 at 11

Hoxton, NEWORK, Rotherham, York, Saddler Sheffild
Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Great

Pet Feb 17 Ord March 11
Grimsby
GIBB, William COWNIE, Wimbledon, Decorator March 23

Linde, WilliaM, Bournemouth, Musical Instrumint

Seller Poole Pet March 10 Ord March 10 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st GOODALL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Birmingham, Artist March

MCCALLUM, Duncan, Watling st, Manufacturer's Agent

High Court Pet Feb 15 Ord March 12 23 at 11 174, Corporativn st, Birmingham

MensFORTH, EDWARD, Bradford, Commission Agent GO' DHAND, FREDERICK, Louth, Lincs, Draper March 22

Bradford Pet Feb 29 Ord March 10 at 12 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Great Grim<by Hodsos, Joseph, Burton on Trent, Labourer March 23 at

Mitchell, JOHN EDWARD, Tenterdea, Kont, Butcher 10.30_Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Der by

Hastings Pet March 3' Ord March 10

MORGAN, EDWARD, Charlton Kings, or Cheltenhim, Ion-
HOTINE, FREDERICK M, Camden Town, Billiard Tabla
Manufacturer

kier_Cheltenham Pet March 10 Ord March 10
March 22 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, NEWBORN, Richard Robinson, Hibaldstow, Lincs, Miller
Carey st
JANES, NOAH JESSE, Gilfach Goch, Glam, Grocer March Norton, WILLIAM Henry, and Frank Potts, Freemantle,

Gt Grimsby Pet March 9 Ord March 9
23 at 11.30 Off Rec, 2), Queen st, Cardiff
Jonss, SYDNEY EUSTACE, Caroline st, Elton ter March 23

Sonthampton, Bakers Southampton Pet March 10

Ord March 10 at 2 30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Piks, Louis, Henpock, Devon, Miller Exeter Pet March KISG, JOSEPH, Leeds, Traveller March 21 at 11 Off Rec,

11 Ord March 11
22, Park row, Leeds
LAWRENCE, TAUMAS, Swansea, Hatter March 22 at 2.15

Reeves, THOMAS SADLER, Chathan, Perambulator Manu-
facturer Rochester Pet March 9 Ord March 11

Prepared from finest ENGLISH MEATS
Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea
ROBERTS, STANLEY NAPIER, Aldersh t High Court Pet

Of all Chemists and Grocers. Lawtos, THOMAS, Howden, York, Butcher March 25 at

Dec 17 Ord March 12 11.30 Off Rec, Trinity House In, Hull

SANDERSON, John William, Milnsbridge, nr Huddersfield, BRAND & CO., LTD., MAYFAIR, W., & MAYFAIR LYNN, FRED, Kingston upon Hull, Grocer March 23 at 11 Saddler Huddersfield Pet March 9 Ord March 9

WORK8, VAUXHALL, LONDON, S.W.
Off Rec, Trinity House In, Hull
MCCALLUM, Durcas, Watling st, Manufacturer's Agent

March 23 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
MAKTIX, ALBERT, New Broad st, Compaoy Promoter

March 22 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
MILLS, JOHNSON, South Shore, Blackpool, Mechanical

THE TEST OF
Engineer March 23 at 3 Off Roc, Byrom st,

Manchester
MORTIMER, WILLIAM Henry, Weston super Mare, Leather

Merchant March 23 at 3 Off Rec, Baldwin st, B:istol
Moss, GEGEGE ALFRED, Gt Grimsby, Baker March 24 at

11.30 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Gt Grimsby
NICHOLSOX, WILLIAM, Shanklin, I of W, Photographer

March 24 at 11.30 Off Rec, Newport, 1 of W
YOBTOX, WILLIAM Henry, and Flask Purrs, Freemantle

Buuthampton, Bakers March 25 at 3.30 172, High st,

Southampton
Noros, Jonx, Pontefract, York, Blacksmith March 22 at

11 Off Rec, 6, Bond ter, Wakefield
NY, THOMAS JOSEPA, New Brompton, Kent, Builder

March 28 at 11 115, High st, Rochester
OLD, Joux ARTHUR, Cheltenham, Licensed Victualler

March 22 at 3.15 County Court bldgs, Caeltenham
Pike, Louis, Hennock, Devon, Miller March 24 at 10.30

AND
Off Rec, 13, Bedford crcs, Exeter
PRITCHARD, OWEX EA Es, Holyhead, Ironmonger March

24 at 2.30 Crypt chmbrs, Esstgate row, Chaster PUSCHARD, EDWARD, Thornton Leath, Surrey, Builder March 23 at 11.30 24, Railway approach, London

THEREFORE WRITE TO US
Bridge
ROBERTSHAW, JoxaTuAN HARRY, Bradley, Huddersfield,

For Dainty Sample Tin (a Postcard will do) which will be sent
Assistant Schoolmaster March 23 at ii Off Rec, 19,

post frec, if when writing you name this Journal. John William st, Huddersfield

Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, cd., 9d., and 1/6. Sold by Grocers, Chemists, and Stores.
SALA, BEESIE, Queen Anne's mansions March 24 at 12
Bankruptcy bldg3, Carey st

Address: Dr. TIBBLES' YI-COCOA, Ltd., GO, 61, & 82, Bunhill Row, London, E.C.
SIMONS, JAMES, Loughborough, Fish Dealer March 22 at

12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester SKIXXER, Joux RICHARD, Stockton on Tees, Boilerman

March 30 at 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middles

borough SMITHIES, VALENTINE, Thornton, nr Bradford, Farmer

17 & 18 PICCADILLY

SPINK & SON March 25 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford STEPHENSOX, WALTER, Kingston upon Hull, Commission

W

respectfully to

COLD JEWELLERY, Agent March 25 at 11 Off Rec, Trinity House lane,

announce that they Hull

PLATE MEDALS

ACCURATELY APPRAISE STOKELL, THOMAS, Stockton on Tees March 30 at 3 Off

&c. JEWELS and SILVER Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough

PLATE, &c., for the TATLOB. RICHARD, West Bromwich April 6 at 2 County

VALUED

LEGAL PROFESSION or Court, West Bromwich

PURCHASED OR EXCHANGED PURCHASE the SAME for WALLACE, THOMAS, Copthall bldgs, Merchant March 23

AND

cash if desired. Eetabat 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

1& 2 GRACECHURCH SI LONDON. TO

lished 1772. WAREHAN, CHARLES HENRY, Cowes, I of W, Coal Merchant March 22 at 11.30 Off Rec, Newport, I of W

Under the patronage of H.M. The Queen and H.S.H. Prince Louis Battenberg, K.C.B.

BRAND & CO.'S

SPECIALTIES

FOR INVALIDS. ESSENCE OF BEEF,

BEEF TEA,

MEAT JUICE, &C.,

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GROUND-RENT, with valuable Reversion IN THE PRESS,

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LAND TRANSFER ACTS, 1875 & 1897

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WANTED & Partnership_for

BY

READY SHORTLY. EDE AND SON,

Price 58. Cash with order, 4s.; postage 3d. rigg, 27, Compton-street, Brunswick-square, W.C.

MAKERS
ROBE

THE
BY SPROIAL APPOINTMENT.

- Wanted to Rent or Purchase first-class Large To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the whole of the Premises, well adapted for factory purposes Building may Judicial Benca, Corporation of London, &c.

be three floors, but must occupy total space from 10,000
square yards to 15,000 square yards in all; must be close to

RULES,
ROBES FOR QUEEN'S COUNSEL AND BARRISTERS. London, with railway sidings to main line and canal if
SOLICITORS' GOWNS.

possible ; abundant supply of good fresh water indispen

sable.- Address B., care of J. w. Vickers, 5, NicholasLaw Wigs and Gowns for Registrars, Town lane, E.C.

INTRODUCTION, NOTES, FORMS, PRECEDENTS, Clerks, and Clerke of the Peace,

AND COPIOUS INDEX.
NVESTMENT in real property, paying 5
Corporation Robes, University and Clergy Gowns.

per cent.--For Sale, Freehold, a stone-built Ware-
ESTABLISHED 1889.
house, Store, Offices, and Dwelling-house in a British

J. S. RUBINSTEIN, 94, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. colony; let on repairing lease to a firm of London mer

Solicitor of the Supreme Court,
chants at a clear annual rental paying the above interest Author of “ The Conveyancing Acts, 1881-82," and
on the purchase-money required.-Address Owser, care of

"Conveyancing Costs," &c.,
Messrs. Foster, Spicer, & Foster, 7, Queen-street-place,
Cannon-street, E.C.

W. LEE NASH,
EXTRACT FROM

Of H.M. Office of Woods and Forests. Values,” BY DR. ANDREW Wilson, F.R S.E., &:.—"I Ladbroke-grove, w., is open to Buy Properties in any motives---first, of due regard for health, and second, London Suburbs or 30 miles round London at best market London : WATERLOW BROS. & LAYTON, Limited, of getting full food-value for money expended--can be said prices; no objection to old, dilapidated, or troubleso ne

24 and 25. Birchin-lane, E.C. to weigh with us in choosing our foods, then I say that

properties; money ready (introductory fees paid if required). Cocoa (Epps's being the most nutritious) should be made

REEVES & TURNER, to replace tea and coffee without hesitation. Cocoa is a

PROFESSIONAL PRELIMINARIES, food; tea and coffee are not foods. This is the whole

LAW-MEDICAL-PHARMACEUTICAL ACCOUNTANTS

LAW BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS. science of the matter in a nutshell, and he who runs may read the obvious moral of the story.” Rapid Preparation by Correspondence and Oral Tuition.

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A Large Stock of Second-hand Reports and Text-books
THEATRES,
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always on Sale.

100, CHANCERY LANE & CAREY STREET. ADELPHI.

AW.-Managing Clerkship, with view to
A. and 8. Gatti, Sole Proprietors and Managerz.
THIS EVENING, at 8.30, THE LADY OF LYONS :

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young Solicitor (admitted 1895), in country (South of

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11, ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, E.C. W. St. John, &c. Preceded, at 8.0, by a Favourite Farce.

£250.-Address SPERO, “Solicitors' Journal Office, 27,
COMEDY.
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JONES' BOOK OF PRACTICAL FORMS FOR
THIS EVENING, at 8.15, THE SEA FLOWER: Messrs.
John Beauchamp, Arthur Playfair, Cosmo Stuart, W.T. ANTED by a Conveyancing firm in Lin USE IN SOLICITORS' OFFICES.
Lovell, Wilfred Draycott, A. E. Matthews, Frederick

coln's-inn, a Head Bill Clerk.- Apply, giving full Volpe, Henry Ford, and Charles Groves ; Miss Lena Ashparticulars, to N. S., care of Messrs. Reynell & Son, Adver

Price 5s.net,
well, Miss Gladys Homfrey, and Miss Eva Moore.
tisement Offices, 44, Chancery-lane, W.C.

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HAYMARKET.
THIS EVENING, at 8.30, THE LITTLE MINISTER :

a young THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1862 TO 1890. Miss Winifred Emery and Mr. Cyril Maude ; Messrs.

Solicitor; capital if required. ---Apply, WRAGGE,
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Kinghorne, Holman Clark, C. M. Hallard, F. H. Tyler, E. mingham.
Turner, C. Blakiston, H. H. Welch ; Miss Sydney Fare-

AUTHOBITY. brother, Mrs. E. H. Brooke, Miss Nina Cadiz, Miss Mary Mackenzie.

ANAGING CLERKSHIP Wanted by
HER MAJESTY'S.

young Admitted Solicitor with Practising, Certifi- Every requisite under the above Acts supplied on the Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Herbert Beerbohm Tree. cate; has had good all-round experience, and would under

shortest notice. THIS EVENING, at 8.0, JULIUS CÆSAR: Messrs. take Advocacy; references; moderate salary.- Apply Lex, Tree, Lewis Waller, Franklin McLeay, Charles Fulton,

“Solicitors' Journal” Office, 27, Chancery-lane, W.C. The BOOKS and FORMS kept in stock for immediate Charles G. Allan, Alexander Calvert, s A. Cookson, Gayer

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distribution. SHARE CERTIFICATES, DEBENTURES, THIS EVENING, at 9.0, OH! SUSANNAH: Messrs. instruction. Success in Examinations of Surveyors' Insti CHEQUES, &c., engraved and printed. OFFICIAL Charles Glenney, A. Maltby, G. Waller, H. Farmer; Mes- tution. Preparation for colonies. Six farms, creamery

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J. SMITH HILL, B.A., B.Sc., Principal.

Solicitors' Account Books. 8.0, by THE CAT AND THE CHERUB: Messrs. Blinn, Lugg and Julian Cross, &c.

10 DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL.

all parts Receiving Resident Patients sent gratis, Managing Director, Arthur Collins.

with full particulars. Schools also recommended.-MEDICAL, THIS EVENING,_at 8.0, THE BABES IN THE &c., Association, LTD., 8, Lancaster-place, Strand, W.C.

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of Serjeants’-inn). son Alice Bainett, Kate Graves, and The Grigolatis.

Annual and other Returns Stamped and Filed. bought in large or small quantities; all samples DALY'S. THIS EVENING, at 8.15, THE GEISHA: Mesdames

paid for.-A. Godson, 11, Myrtle-street, Dalston, London,

N.E. Marie Tempest, Maud Hobson, Maggie May, Fawcett,

herd's Bush, Notting-hill, West Kensington Park, Davis, Grahame, Collette, Dango, Windrum, Saqui, and Letty Lind; Messrs. Hayden Coffin, Huntley Wright, E.

TREATMENT OF INEBRIETY.

and District.-Owners wishing to sell or Let Property in

these districts should send to č. RAWLEY Cross & Co., who Snow, Scott Russell, Appleby, Hall, Rosse, and Rutland

ave more applications than they can suit; particulars inBarrington,

serted in their Western Suburbs Register free. Rent collecTERRY'S. DALRYMPLE

tions undertaken (large or small), and Property of all kinds Bole Proprietor, Mr. Edward Terry. THIS EVENING, at 8.45. THE WHITE KNIGHT :

RICKMANSWORTH, HERTS.

managed on inclusive terms; punctual payments guaran

teed ; references to clients of 20 years' standing. - Offices, Mr. Edward Terry, Messrs. Stuart Champion, A. E. For Gentlemen, under the Act and privately. “ Ulchester House,” (facing) Uxbridge-road Station, W. George, H. Willis, Walsh, Sims, Master Freear, and W. L. For Terms, &c., apply to

(Established 1877). Telephone No. 669, Kensington. Abingdon ; Mmes. Esmé Beringer, Mary_Rorke, Kate Mills, and Kate Rorke. At 8.10, THE ETERNAL

R. WELSH BRANTHWAITE,
MASCULINE.

Medical Superintendent.
PRINCESS'S.

Highest price given for Old Point and Modern Real
Mr. Albert Gilmer, Sole Manager.

TREATMENT OF INEBRIBTY and ABUSE of DRUGS. | Laces, Old Embroideries, &c.-HAYWARD'S, 166 and 168, THIS EVENING, at 8.0, HOW LONDON LIVES : Mr.

Oxford-street, W, Established 1770.
Charles Warner, Messrs. Oscar Adye, C. Garry, s. T.
Ewart, H. Vyvyan, c. Walker, E. w.Coleman, I. Walfora; HIGH SHOT

SHOT HOUSE, [ESSRS. H. GROGAN & CO., 101, Park-
A. Phillips, s. M. Jones, W. G. Carey, H. Barford, E.
Warden ; Misses Geraldine Oliffe, M. Duggan, B. Stanley,

ST. MARGARET'S, TWICKENHAM,

street, Grosvenor-square, beg to call the attention of M. Barr, and Miss Kate Tyndall.

For Gentlemen under the Acts and privately. Terms, intending Purchasers to the many attractive West-End LYRIC.

2 1 4 Guineas.

Houses which they have for Sale. Particulars on applica-
Lessee, Mr. William Greet,
Apply to Medical Superintendent,

tion. Surveys and Valuations attended to.
Mr. Arthur Roberts' Season.

P. BROMHEAD, B.A., M.B. (Camb.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.) THIS EVENING, at 8.15, DANDY DAN, The Life

MORTGAGES Guardsman; Mr. Arthur Roberts, Messrs. W. H. Denny,

INEBRIETY. Blake Adams, Frank Barclay, Arnold Lucy; Misses Isa

ON MANSIONS AND FLAT Bowman, Jane Grey, Kate Erskine, and Pbyllis Broughton.

Large Sums awaiting Investment, also on Freehold and
GLOBE.
MELBOURNE HOUSE, LEICESTER.

Leasehold Properties, Large Estates or Farms. Good THIS EVENING, at 8.20, A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE:

PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES.

Freehold Ground-rents Wanted. Principals placed in Mr. John Hare, Messrs. Frederick Kerr, E. V. Reynolds, Medical Attendant: CHAS. J. BOND, F.R.C.S. Eng.,

direct communication with clients. Frank Gillmore, Charles Cherry, Nye Chart, James Leigh, L.R.C.P. Lond. Principal: H. M. RILEY, Assoc. Soc.

GIBSON'S AUCTION AND ESTATE OFFICE, G. Trent; Misses May Harvey, Susie Vaughan, Mona K. Study of Inebriety. Thirty years' Experience. Excellent 22, RING-STREET, St. James', London, 8.W. (Telephone Oram, Nellie Thorne, L. McGilvray. At 7.45. A CASE Legal and Medical References. For terms and particulars 5527 Gerrard); HERTFORDSHIRE OFFICES, ST. ALBANS FOR EVICTION. apply Miss RILEY, or the Principal.

(Telephone No. 4); and HARPENDEN.

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ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE.

VOL. XLII., No. 21.
INCORPORATED A.D. 1720.

The Solicitors' Journal

and Reporter FOR SEA, FIRE, LIFE AND ANNUITIES. CHIEF OFFICE: ROYAL EXCHANGE, LONDON.

LONDON, MARCH 26, 1898.
FUNDS, £4,000,000. CLAIMS PAID, £88,000,000.

FIRE.
INSURANCES ARE GRANTED AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE on The Editor cannot undertake to return rejected contributions, aud
PROPERTY of almost every description, at Moderate Rates.

copies should be kept of all articles sent by writers who are not on LIFE. DEATH DUTY POLICIES–Payment Direct to Revenue Authorities before grant the regular staff of tlie JOURNAL. of Probate.

Apply for Full Prospectus to
E. R. HANDCOCK, Secretary.

Contents.
THE OLDEST & WEALTHIEST EXISTING MORTGAGE INSURANCE OFFICE. CURRENT TOPICS

LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL................ 367
LEGAL NEWS

368 THE LAW GUARANTEE AND TRUST SOCIETY, The LIABILITY of the Texant for

Court PAPERS.................................. 368

LIFE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY
LIMITED.

WINDING UP NOTICES

369 REVIEWS .....................

361

CREDITORS' NOTICES........................... 369 SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £1,000,000. PAID-UP - £100,000. LAW SOCIETIES ..........

366
BANKRUPTOY NOTIO38.......................

369 FIDELITY GUARANTEES OF ALL KINDS. ADMINISTRATION AND LUNACY BONDS. MORTGAGE, DEBENTURE, LICENSE, AND CONTINGENCY

Cases Reported this Week. INSURANCE. TRUSTEESHIPS FOR DEBENTURE-HOLDERS, &c.

In the Solicitors' Journal. In the Weekly Reporter. HEAD OFFICE: 49, Chancery-lane, W.C. | CITY OFFICE: 56, Moorgate-street, E.C. Attorney-General v. Mayor, &c., of A Bankruptcy Notice, In re

Tynemouth

Barnes y. Youngs

332 IMPORTANT TO SOLICITORS

Buckwell v. Norman

D: Nicols, In re. De Nicols v.

Harrop v. Ossett (Mayor and Corpora-
In Drawing LEASES or MORTGAGES of

tion of)

365
Curlier

326 LICENSED PROPERTY

Hemming and Others v. Davies

365
Hobson v. Tulloch

331 To see that the Insurance Covenants include a policy covering the risk of

Kent Coalfields Syndicate (Lim ) (In

Humphreys, In re. Ex parte LloydLiquidation), Re

363 LOSS OR FORFEITURE OF THE LICENSE.

322 London County Council v. The London

George and Another....... Suitable clauses, settled by Counsel, can be obtained on application to Hydraulic Power Co.

362 Land Mortgage Bank of Florida (LimiTHE LICENSES INSURANCE CORPORATION AND Piers, Re. Ex parte Piers v. Read.

ted), In re

333 Ripley & Son's Trade-Mark, Re

Lord Monson's Settled Estates, In re... 330
GUARANTEE FUND, LIMITED,

South African Territories (Lim.) v.
Wallington

361
24, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C.

Paget. Io re. In re Mellor. Mellor v. Stockport Ragged, Industrial, and

Mellor

329 Mortgages Guaranteed on Licensed Properties promptly, without Reformatory Schools, Re

............... 364

Queensland National Bank v. Peninspecial valuation and at low rates.

Sumpter v. Hedges

362 sular and Oriental Steam Navigation Thomas v. Roberts ; Smith (Claimant) 365

Co.

391

West London Permanent Benefit ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY.

Building Society, Re..

Reg. v. Justices of West Riding of
Established 1824. Capital, £5,000,000 Sterling.
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THE LATTER PART of the Lord Chief Justice's address, wbich

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ful advocacy, though perhaps not very novel, is likely to be

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the present case, to ascertain with precision the facts which are

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margin; and in all legal matters a somewhat similar process is necessary. Then you have to consider the principle of law

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point on which the decision is likely to turn. Next there is to contract specific performance will not be ordered. The remedy be considered what can be said on the other side, and then the for the breach is in damages, and in damages only, and the party advocate has to convey as clearly as he can to the court the complaining of the breach can only recover if ho proves damage. point on which the case turns, and to enforce his view as to the “On a contract to make a loan of money,” said CHITTY, J., in rule of law which is applicable. The Lord Chief Justice seems Western Wagon Co. v. West (40 W. R. 182; 1892, 1 Ch. 211), the to suggest that this is the whole art of advocacy ; but, with measure of damages is the loss sustained by the breach, and the great deference, we venture to think that there comes in here damages may be merely nominal. For instance, if A. agrees to the whole difference between the great and the common-place lend B. £100 at interest for a week and makes default, and B. advocate. The great advocate is the man who, in addition to within a few minutes after the time at which the money ought to knowing the strong points of his own and his adversary's cases, have been lent obtains from his bankers a loan of £100 at the same knows how to lay the case before the court in such a manner as rate of interest and for the same period of time, the damages would to render prominent his own points, and, while not ignoring the be merely nominal.” This is an extreme case, but it illustrates points of his adversary, to reduce their importance, or, as far as the principle, and it shows the impossibility of allowing the possible, lead the mind of the judge away from them. Any- plaintiff in an action for breach of the contract to obtain judgment one who in former days had to consider a complicated and for the whole sum agreed to be lent. Damages, as the learned doubtful case and afterwards heard it argued by Sir HORACE judge in the same case went on to say, are not recovered by way Davey, will remember the exquisite skill with which he mar- of loan. The plaintiff puts them into his pocket and keeps shalled his arguments, commencing with the least important, them. But to permit him to obtain in this manner the entire whereat the court would sniff; then progressing through a amount of the loan would be to turn the loan into a gift. In series of more tenable points, gradually bringing the court South African Territories v. Wallington (see 45 W. R. 467; 1897, to think that after all there was a good deal in the matter; 1 Q. B. 692) the defendant had applied for sixteen debentures and continually fencing with and meeting any suggestions of of the plaintiff company of £50 each. By the terms of the tho adversary's case, until at the right moment he would bring prospectus the £50 was payable as to £5 on application, and the forward his leading argument, and develop it until he saw that remainder by instalments. The defendant paid £80, but refused it had taken possession of the mind of the judge, when he to pay the instalments; and when the company brought the would immediately wind up his address. This kind of skill is action the amount of the instalments due was £520. WRIGHT, almost instinctive, but no one can be a great advocate without J., refused specific performance, but nevertheless-treating the possessing it.

£520 as a debt duo-gave judgment for that sum. There is,

however, no middle course between ordering specific performAN INTERESTING point as to the right of the creditor of a bank-ance of the contract and giving damages for the breach. The rupt to recover a debt incurred after notice of the bankruptcy, judgment for £520 was not a judgment for damages. It was but before the date of the receiving order, arose in Buckwell v.

in effect judgment for specific performance, and it could not Norman before the Court of Appeal (reported elsewhere.). As

stand. The decision of the Court of Appeal reversing rule, all debts and liabilities to which the debtor is subject at WRIGHT, J., was accordingly affirmed by the House of Lords. the date of the receiving order are debts provable in the bank. The plaintiff company missed also the chance of recovering ruptcy, and are consequently released by an order of discharge. damages properly so called, as they had given no evidence But sub-section (3) of section 37 of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, of actual loss. An attempt was made in the House of Lords under which debts generally are so provable, is preceded by the to get the case sent back for a new trial so that the necesenactment that a person having notice of an act of bankruptcy sary evidence might be given, but it was held to be too late for available against the debtor shall not prove for any debt con- the question to be raised. Moreover, the company had received tracted by the debtor subsequently to the date of the notice. substantial compensation in the right to forfeit the £80 deposited As this enactment stands in the section, it is extremely difficult by the defendant. Practically this chance of forfeiture protects to eay whether the effect is simply to debar the creditor from companies against the inconvenience which the refusal of the

Of proving for the debt in the bankruptcy, leaving him to his law to compel specific performance might impose on them. remedy against the debtor after he has got his discharge, or

course in the application of the abovo principle a contract to whether, while the creditor is precluded from proving, the debt lend money on debentures does not differ from any other conis still included among debts provable in the bankruptcy, so as tract of loan. to be released by the discharge. In Buckwell v. Norman a debtor who owed his solicitor a sum for costs stated to him that WHEN A HOUSE, hitherto unlicensed, succeeds in the now-ahe was unable to pay his debts, and instructed him to file a days very difficult task of obtaining a licence to sell intoxicating petition in bankruptcy. Under section 4 (h) such a statement liquors, the value of that house is usually increased enormously, made to a creditor is in itself an act of bankruptcy, and the Many persons consider this fact a public grievance, and strongly solicitor, in allowing the debtor to come under a liability to him object to a present of a large sum of money being made in this for the costs of the petition, was allowing him to contract a way to the newly-licensed person. Some portion, at least, of debt after notice of an act of bankruptcy. The petition was this increase in the value of the premises, they argue, should presented, and a receiving order made, and the solicitor received, go into the coffers of the public. It is quite possible that Par. under the Bankruptcy Rules, his taxed costs out of the estate; liament may some day take this matter in hand, and, under but he claimed that the balance of the costs was not a debt certain restrictions, allow justices to demand from applicants provable in the bankruptcy, and that he could sue for it not for licences a sum of money to be used for public purposes. withstanding the discharge. Section 37, in saying that for Until Parliament does so, however, it seems obviously objeccertain debts the creditor shall not prove, and then proceeding tionable for justices to take this line of their own accord, as to deal with all debts "provable," certainly raises a presump- was done not long ago by the justices of South Shields. The tion that debts which thus cannot be proved are not provable. facte came before a Divisional Court lately in the case of Reg. But the Court of Appeal have held that the prohibition upon v. Bowman and Others, which was an application for a certiorari proving certain debts is a personal disqualification imposed upon to bring up and quash the grant of a licence, and also for a creditors who allow the debts to be incurred after notice of an mandamus to compel the justices of South Shields to rehear the act of bankruptcy, and that the debt, though it is incapable of application. These justices at their annual licensing meeting being proved in the bankruptcy, is still included under provable had heard an application for a new licence, and also had heard debts. Hence the balance of costs in the present case was not objections, and had intimated that they would grant the licence, a debt in respect of which the solicitor could sue.

subject, however, to certain conditions, the nature of which would be stated at the adjourned meeting. Some of these con

ditions were probably quito legitimate, but one was that the THE DECISION of the House of Lords in South African Terri- applicant should pay tho sum of £1,000, to be devoted to some tories (Limited) v. Wallington (reported elsewhere) appears to public purpose. Rules nisi for a certiorari and a mandamus were add nothing to the law as to the remedies for a breach of con- obtained on behalf of one of the objectors to the grant of the tract to lend money. It is perfectly well settled that of such a licence. The rule for the certiorari was discharged on the

authority of the recent case of Reg. v. Sharman (supra, p. 326), shareholders and to the general public the right to inspect a but the mandamus was granted. Now, there is no doubt that company's register of members. To members the register is justices have absolute discretion in the granting of new licences, required to be open free of charge. Other persons must pay a but they have constantly to be reminded that this discretion shilling or such less sum as the company prescribes. The must be exercised judicially and according to law, not caprici- question has arisen in Re Kent Coalfields Syndicate (Limited) ously or according to private opinion. The character of the whether the section applies after the company has gone into applicant, the condition and situation of the house, the require- liquidation, Interest in the register does not cease upon ments of the neighbourhood, and such-like matters should be the commencement of a winding up, and in the case of the carefully considered. If an applicant satisfies the justices on syndicate which had gone into voluntary liquidation, GRANTHAM, all such points he is entitled to a licence ; if, on the other hand, J., assumed that the section continued to apply, and made an an objector establishes his objection on any such grounds, the order for inspection in favour of an applicant although he was licence should be refused. These are the legal rights of the interested in the company neither as shareholder nor as creditor. applicant and of the objector. But where the justices are But apart from the fact that the section occurs in Part II. of the satisfied that no such objection exists, and yet refuse to grant Act, which does not refer to winding up, there is a very signifithe licence unless a sum of money is paid, or where they are cant indication that a restriction must be placed upon it in the satisfied that such an objection does exist, and in spite thereof fact that a penalty is imposed in the event of inspection being agree to grant the licence in return for a money payment, they refused. The liability to the penalty attaches both upon the cannot in either case be said to act judicially. As was said by company and also upon every director and manager who WILLS, J., in the Divisional Court, they might as well put the authorizes the refusal. These penalties cease, however, to be licences up to auction. And although from a moral point of appropriate as soon as a winding up has commenced and the view the difference is enormous, from a legal point of view the control of the directors has been replaced by that of the justicos might just as well demand the money for themselves as liquidator. It would be an anomaly for a penalty to be imposed for the public.

on a company in liquidation, and there is no provision for trang

ferring to the liquidator the liability of the directors. The THE JURISDICTION of the county courts was recently invoked in Court of Appeal held accordingly that the right of inspection the case of London and North-Western Railway Co. v. Donellan, existed only while the company was a going company, and which was an action brought to recover rent due in respect of reversed the order of GRANTHAM, J. trucks left standing by the defendant on railway sidings belonging to the plaintiffs, the rent in question being claimed under a circular addressed by the plaintiffs to all their traders,

THE ORDINARY provision in articles of association, that the including the defendant, which notified that such rent would be directors may in the case of shares not fully paid up refuse to claimed. The defence raised was that the county court could register a transfer to a person of whom they do not approve, not entertain the action because, under the London and North- does not, it is well settled, throw upon the directors the burden Western Railway (Rates and Charges) Order Confirmation Act, of justifying their refusal. The question was thoroughly dis1891 (54 & 55 Vict. c. ccxxi.), jurisdiction to determine the cussed in Ec parte Penney (L. R. 8 Ch. 446), and the position of matters in difference was given to an arbitrator. The opact- directors would have been made very unpleasant had a different mont relied on is contained in section 5 of the schedule of principle been admitted. In exercising such a power the direcmaximum rates and charges appended to the Act. It provides tors are in a fiduciary position to the company and to every that “the company may charge for the services hereunder men. I shareholder in it, and the question of the proposed transfer must tioned or any of them” (including detention on the company's be fairly considered by the board. But by considering it the line, for an unreasonable time, of trucks laden with merchan- directors do all that is required of them. They need not assign dise) “when rendered to a trader at his request or for his con- their reasons, and the court will not interfere unless it is made venience, a reasonable sum by way of addition to the tonnage out that they have been acting from some improper motive rate. Any difference arising under this section shall be determined or arbitrarily and capriciously. It is for the person impugning by an arbitrator, to be appointed by the Board of Trade at the instance their conduct to make out that such has been the case. "I of either party. : Provided that where, before any service is cannot,” said James, L.J., in the case just cited, “conceive that rendered to a trader, he has given notice in writing to the com, any director would choose to accept office or exercise the power pany that he does not require it, the service shall not be deemed entrusted to him if he were liable to be called upon to say what to have been rendered at the trader's request or for his conveni- the particular reasons were, or the particular motive was, which ence.” The county court judge upheld this defence, consider- influenced bim in coming to the conclusion that any person was i-- .hat there was a difference between the parties, within the not eligible as a shareholder.” This principle has been acted meaning of the section, fit to be determined by an arbitrator. upon by the Court of Appeal in dismissing the appeal from the At the same time, he made a special finding to the effect that, decision of STIRLING, J., in Re Hannan's Gold Mining Co. (Limi. though the plaintiffs had demanded the siding rent, the defen- ted). Allegations were made that the directors were refusing to dant had always refused to pay it, and alleged that it was

register transfers of a certain class of shares for the

purposo

of exorbitant and unjust. On appeal, however, the Divisional keeping them out of the market, but the allegation was not Court (Wright and DARLING, JJ.) reversed this decision, hold-established. The transferor, therefore, who complained that ing that there was evidence of a contract to pay the siding rent, the transfer tendered by him had been improperly rejected, was and that no case for an arbitration had been made out. That not able to make out his case, and he was not allowed to shift there was_a contract binding on the defendant seems clear the onus of justifying the rejection on to the directors. The enough. For, notwithstanding the above findings of the county court, said the Master of the Rolle, ought to presume that the court judge, which negative acquiescence properly co-called (as directors were acting within their powers until the contrary is to which see Mitchell v. London and Yorkshire Railway Co., 23 W. R. 853, L. R. 10 Q. B. 256), the defendant by omitting, in compliance with the above enactment, to give notice in writing to the plaintiffs that he did not require the services charged for

IN THE recent case of Hemming v. Davis (reported elseto be rendered, precluded himself from denying that they were for costs to be given in an action remitted to him from

where) the power of a county court judge to direct security rendered at his request. The question of jurisdiction, however, the High Court was under review. On the bankruptcy presents greater dificulty, as the language of the above enact of the original plaintiffs in an action to recover £57 for ment certainly seems to contemplate resort to arbitration, whatever the cause of difference may be, and whether arising out of goods sold and delivered, their trustee in bankruptcy was breach of contract or otherwise. It is, therefore, satisfactory to added as plaintiff, at his own request, under the provisions find that the Divisional Court, in the case under consideration, mitting the action to the county court, under section 65 of the

of R. S. C., ord. 17, r. 4. Afterwards an order was made regave leave to appeal.

County Courts Act, 1888 (51 & 52 Vict. c. 43). Subsequently,

the county court judge, by order, directed the trustee in bank. SECTION 32 of the Companies Act, 1862, secures both to ruptcy to give security for costs under section 94 of the last

proved.

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