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VEALE, GEORGE, Stoke Newington, Builder March 30 at WOODCOCK, CHARLES HENRY, Sheffield, Grocer Sheffield
Pet March 15 Ord March 15
London Gasette.-TUESDAY, Mar. 22.
Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st
AIN SWORTH, ROBERT, Moss Side, nr Manchester, Calico moter March 28 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st WHIPP, JOSEPH, jun, Altrincham, Painter March 25 at 3
Printer Salford Pet March 18 Ord March 18 Best, HENRY JAMES, Narberth, Pembroke, Schoolmaster
Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester
Ashworth, Thomas, Dulesgate, ar Todmorden, Farmer March 25 at 3_1, St Aldates, Oxford WHITELEY, JAMES, Dewsbury, Yorks, shoddy Merchant
Burnley Pet March 19 Ord March 19
March 25 at 3.30 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley BURTON, ERNEST HEBBERT, and STUART KINGSLEY CORKE WILKINS, JOHN EDWARD, Greet, Worcestershire, Grocer
BINGLEY, HENRY, Bradford, Ladies' Hairdresser Bradford Red Lion sq, Photographic Mount Makers
Pet March 17 Ord March 17 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
March 28 at 12 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
CARTER, LORANCE WILLIAM, Old Broad st High Court COLE, WILLIAM, Hatherleigh, Devon, Baker March 25 at
Pet March 19 Or 1 March 19 11 Law Society's chmbia, Plymouth
DICKINSON, HENRY GEOBGE, and JAMES WILLIAM DICKINCOLEBY, WILLIAM, Thornton Heath, _Surrey, Builder ALDERSON, WILLIAM HENRY, Withington, Lancs Stock sox, Morpeth, Livery Stable Keepers Newcastle on March 25 at 3.30 24, Railway app, London Bridge port Pet Feb 28 Ord March 14
Tyne Pet March 5* Ord March 17 COLEB, WILLIAM HENRY, York, Labourer March 28 at 2.15 ANDERSON, HERBERT WILLIAM, Walthamstow, Essex DODWELI., CARISTOPHER, Gt Yarmouth, Baker Gt Yar23, Stonegate, York High Court Pet Feb 4 Ord March 14
mouth Pet March 17 Ord March 17 Cowgill, BELLHOUSE, Colne, Lancs, Coal Dealer March ARMITAGE, ALFRED ROBERTS, Leeds Leeds Pet March 14 DOBE, WILLIAM BRASHER, Oxford, Tailor Oxford Pet 25 at 1 Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley Ord March 14
Feb 24 Ord March 16 CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM, Swinton, York, Innkeeper March ATKINSON, Thomas, Halifax, Auctioneer Halifax Pet GRAY, WILLIAM HARRISON, Tewkesbury, Surveyor Chel25 at 11 Off Rec, 74, Newborough, Scarborough March 16 Ord March 16
tenham Pet March 5 Ord March 18 DAVIES, CHABLES EDWARD, Gravesend, General Merchant BELLINDER, JOSEPH, Leeds, Tailor Leeds Pet March 15
HART, SIEBERT COLBURN, and CHARLES EDWARD FOWLER, March 25 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Pet March 15
Holland Park avue, Auctioneers High Court Pet Feb
17 Ord March 18 Davies, Tom CARPENTER, Boncath, Pembrokes, General BENNETT, HENRY, Weston under Penyard, Farmer HereMerchant March 26 at 11 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Car ford Pet March 16 Ord March 16
HENOCHSBERG, JOSEPH, Broad st House, Mining Agent marthen
High Court Pet March 17 Ord March 17
Dealer's Assistant DAVIES, WILLIAM, Tonypandy, Glam, Ironmonger March
HENLEY, STEPHEN, Anerley, Corn
March 15 Ord March 15 25 at 2 Off Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff COLES, WILLIAM HENRY, York, Labourer York Pet
Greenwich Pet March 15° Ord March 15 DODD, ALEXANDER RUSSELL, Montagu st, Portman sq, March 14 Ord March 14
HEPWORTH, Joux, Startforth, ar Barnard Castle, Yorks, Surgeon March 25 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey CONISBEE, ALFRED, Leatherhead, Surrey, Veterinary Sur
Surveyor Stockton On Tees Pet March 16 Ord
March 16 st
geon Croydon Pet Feb 10 Ord March 11 FOORD, HENRY, Wormshill, Wychling, Kent, Farmer
Cowgill, BELLHOUSE, Colne, Lancs, Coal Dealer Burnley HOVELL, ARTHUR, Lakenham, Norwich, Wicker Chair March 30 at 11.15 Off Rec, 9, King st, Maidstone
Maker Norwich Pet March 19 Ord March 19
Pet Feb 22 Ord March 15 Farrow, WILLIAM, Colne Engaine, Essex, Farmer April DANIEL, William, Neath
HUGHES, HABOLD M, Threadneedle st, Bank Clerk High Neath Pet March 15
Ord 4 at 12 Cups Hotel, Colchester
Court Pet Feb 28 Ord March 18
JUNIPER, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Insurance Agent Leeds Pet
March 16 Ord March 16 2.30 Royal Hotel, West Hartlepool
High Court Pet March 14_Ord March 14 GUMMER, HARRY, Rotherham, Yorks, Labourer March 25
KERSEY, FRANK CHARLES, Lowestoft, Baker Great YarDAVIES, MARTIN, Llawhaden, Pembrokes, Farmer Pem
mouth Pet Feb 24 Ord March 18 at 2 Off Rec, Fig Tree In, Sheffield
broke Dock Pet March 16 Ord March 16 HALEY, FREDERICK, Ossett, Yorks, Labourer March 25 at
LITTLE, JOHN Wilson, Norfolk, Blacksmith King's Lynn DICKSON, DONALD WILLIAM, Margate High Court Pet
Pet March 17 Ord March 17 12.30 Off Rec, Bark chmbrs, Batley
March 15 Ord March 16 ** HARRINGTON, CHARLES, Halstead, Essex, Plumber April
LYDEARD, MAURICE ALBERT, Llandrindod Wells, Radnor, DUNSMORE, ROBERT, Keighley, Yorks, Barman Bradford 4 at 11.30 Cups Hotel, Colchester
Stationer Newtown Pet March 19 Ord March 19 Pet March 15 Ord March 15
MARSHALL, JOHN Pugh, Bristol, Confectioner Bristol HILL, JANE, West Hartlepool, Fried Fish Dealer March
EGGLESTONE, John, Bishop Auckland, Mason 28 at 3 Royal Hotel, West Hartlepool
Pet March 18 Ord March 18
Pet March 15 Ord March 15
MORRIS, ELEANOR, South Shields, Saddler Newcastle on March 28 at 3 16, Wood st, Bolton
Gough, THOMAS, Wolverhampton, Painter Wolverhamp Tyne Pet March 17 Ord Murch 17
NORMAN, GEORGE, Swansea, Wareman HUNTON, NEWORK, Rotherham, Yorks, Saddler March 25
Pet at 2.30 Off Rec, Fig Tree In, Sheffield
GUBBINS, JOSEPH GARD, Staines, Draper Fingston, Surrey OAKLEY, Tour, Deptford, Wheelwright Greenwich Pet Joxes, JOHN WALTER, Ystrad House, nr Llandovei 7, Bar
Pet Feb 8 Ord March 15
March 18 Ord March 18 rister March 25 at 11.30 Castle Hotel, Llandovery HALEY, FREDERICK, Healey Ossett, Yorks, Labourer Oates, JOHN HENRY, Sheffield, Confectioner Sheffield KERSHAW, ROBERT MITCHELL, Batley, Yorks, Currier
Dewsbury Pet March 14 Ord March 14
Pet Feb 28 Ord March 17
OAME-WEBB, ROBERT ORME, Dartmouth Plymouth Pet LESIEUR, GUSTAVE ALFRED, Maida Vale mansions, Egg
Maker High Court Pet March 1 Ord March 14
Feb 21 Ord March 11
PALMER, STEPHEN WALTER, Brookland, Kent, Corn Factor
March 15 Ord March 15 Carey st
Hastings Pet March 17 Ord March 17
Preston LLOYD, WALLACE LLEWELLYN, Morecambe, Lancs, Cycle HENNESSEY, ISABELLA MARY, Preston, Plumber
PEARS, JONATHAN BOWRON, Sunderland, Ropemaker SunAgent March 28 at 11.30 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, HATT, RACHEL, Cradley Heath, Staffs, Grocer
derland Pet March 16 Ord March 16 Preston
RICHMOND, WILLIAM Henry, Nottingham, General Dealer
Nottingham Pet March 16 Ord March 16 April 4 at 12.30 Cups Hotel, Colchester
Leeds Pet March 18 Ord MARTIN, JAMES, Batley, Yorks, General Carrier March 25
tingham Pet March 16 Ord March 16
March 18 at 11.30 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley
HOBSON, JOSEPH, Wakefield, Grocer Wakefield Pet March SAWDAY, Hendy, South Kensington, Hotel Proprietor
16'Ord March 16 MEREDITH, JOSEPH EDWIN, Aberdare, Chemist's Assistant
High Court Pet Feb 21 Ord March 17 March 25 at 2 65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
HOWARD, RICHARD, jun, Birkdale, Cabdriver Livei pool SNOAD, GEORGE, Chisn.ck, Oil and Colourman Brentford
Pet March 16 Ord March 16 MILLINGTON, JAMES, Much Wenlock, Salop, Licensed
Pet March 18 Ord March 18 Victualler March 26 at 11.30 Of Rec, 42, St John's Hughes, John, jun, Ashtead, Surrey, Builder Csoydon hill, Shrewsbury
Pet Feb 22 Ord March 15
SPOUSE, HENRIETTA, Margate, China Dealer Canterbury
Pet March 4 Ord March 17 Morgan, EDWARD, Charlton Kings, or Cheltenham, Inn-JACKRON, EGERTON, Headingley, Leeds Leeds Pet March
SYDDALL, SAMUEL, Little Lever, Lancs, Collier Bolton keeper March 26 at 3.15
15 Ord March 15 County Court bldgs,
Pet March 19 Ord March 19 Cheltenham
Johns, SYDNEY EUSTACE, Caroline st, Eaton toe High THOMPSON, JAMES, Bolton, Fruiterer Bolton Pet March NOBSWORTHY, Cyril PROCTOR, Barnhurst, Kent March 25
Court Pet Feb 17 Ord March 15
17 Ord March 17 at 12.30 24, Railway app, London bridge KENT, ARTHUR, Bedford, Wheelwright Bedford Pet
TOWLER, WILLIAM ABEL, Forest Gate High Court Pet
March 15 Ord March 15 PARKER, ALFRED WILLIAM FRANCIS, Reading, Berks,
Feb 22 Ord March 17 Carpenter March 28 at 2,45 Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, LESLIE, WALTER, ANTHONY, Brighton Brighton Pet TOWNSEND, Owen, Dalston, Chair Manufacturer High Swindon March 14 Ord March 14
Court Pet Feb 24 Ord March 17 RANKIN, ROBERT ELMAN, Battersea March 25 at 11.30 Lowson, Peter, Kingston upon Hull, Brickmaker Great TRUE, CHARLES L, Pimlico High Court Pet Jan 28 Ord 24, Railway app, London bridge Grimsby Pet March 11 Ord March 14
March 17 REEVES, Thomas SADLER, Chatham, Perambulator Manu-NICHOLS, JAMES, Skewen, Glam, Boot Dealer Neath Pet VICKERMAN, JOHN, Allerton, nr Bradford, Yarn Merchant facturer March 28 at 11.15 115, High st, Rochester March 15 Ord March 15
Bradford Pet March 17 Ord March 17 RICHARDS, DAVID THOMAS, Neath, Brewer's Traveller PARKER, WILLIAM, Blackpool Preston Pet Feb 26 Ord
WATSON, THOMAS HENRY, Chorlton cum Hardy, Lancs, March 25 at 12 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swangea March 15
Railway Contractor Salford Pet March 19 Ord ROLLASON, W H, Hatton garden, Tin Plate Worker March PABKINS, John Ashley, Lower Broughton, Salford,
March 19 25 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Dentist's Assistant Salford Pet March 14 Ord | WEBB, JOHN ABRAHAM, Coventry, Tinplate worker BirRowE, JAMES GRORGE WILLIAM, Croydon March 31 at 12 March 14
mingham Pet March 18 Ord March 18 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Bolton Pocock, ALBERT, Pontypool, Furniture Dealer Newpo. WIGGINS, John, Farnworth, Lancs, Plasterer SANDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM, Milnsbridge, nr Huddersfield,
Mon Pet March 14 Ord March 15
Pet March 18 Ord March 18 Saddler March 28 at 11 Off Rec, 19, John William st, RANKIN, ROBERT ELMAN, Battersea
WILSON, JOHN, South Bank, York, Accountant Stockton
Wandsworth Pet Huddersfield
on Tees Pet March 18 Ord March 18
Feb 8 Ord March 15
Woan, MICHAEL, Worcester, Coal Merchant Worcester
Pet March 16 Ord March 16
Pet March 14 Ord March 15
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Hulme, Manchester Manchester Pet
March 17 Ord March 17 24, Railway app, London Bridge
Pet March 11 Ord March 15 SuatroCK, HAROLD ALLERTON, South Kensington, Stock- SMEDLEY, NATHAN MARSDEN, Sale, Chester, Builder Manbroker's Clerk March 28 at 12 Bankruptoy bldgs,
ORDER RESCINDING RECEIVING ORDER. chester Pet Aug 19 Ord March 16 Carey st
SUGGITT, WILLIAM, Thornaby on Tees, Labourer Stockton Ellis, H., Portland place High Court Rec Ord Dec 10, SIMMONDS, GEORGE, Cardiff, Baker March 28 at 11 Off on Tees Pet March 15 Ord March 15
1897 Resc March 11, 1893 Rec, 29, Queen st, Cardiff
TALLIS, ISAAC, Caverdon, Warwick, Builder Warwick SMEDLEY, NATHAN MARSDEN, Sale, Cheshire, Builder Pet March 9 Ord March 14
FIRST MEETINGS. March 25 at 2.30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester UTTLEY, FRED, and FRANK AINLEY, Sowerby Bridge, BELLINDER, JOSEPH, Leeds, Tailor STEPHENS, ALFRED GEORGE, Ashton Keynes, Wilts, Baker
March 31 at 11 Of Yorks, Hosiery Manufacturers Halifax Pet March 15 March 28 at 3.15 Off Rec, 46, Cricklade st, Swindon
Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Ord March 15 STEVENSON, MATTHEW SINCLAIR, Queen Victoria st, Com
CATTE, GEORGE, Stockton on Tees, Corfectioner March 30 WALKER, DAVID, Padiham, Lancs, Joiner Burnley Pet pany Promoter March 20 at 1. Bankruptcy bldgs,
at 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough March 14 Ord March 14 Carey st
COBHAM, Jony Thomas Lyon, Bridport, Dorset March : Brow, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Bradford, Leather Merchant
Walsh, ANDREW, Lytham, Lancs, Commission Agent at 1 Off Rec, Endless st, Salisbury
Preston Pet March 16 Ord March 16 March 28 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
Davies, MARTIN, Llawhaden, Pembrokes, Farmer March STRODE, LEWIS EM, Onslow EQ March 28 at 2.30 Bank
WALTERS, BENJAMIN Tuomas, Carmarthen, Draper Car 29 at 12.15 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
marthen Pet March 14 Ord March 14 ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
DICKSON, DONALD WILLIAM, Gloucester st, Bloomsbury Sykes, Eli, East Barnsley, Yorks, Painter March 25 at
WEBB, FREDERICK, Doncaster, Painter Sheffield Pet March 29 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
March 10 Ord March 15 10.15 Off Rec, Regent st, Barnsley
Dobsox, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Éeadingley, Leeds March WHITE, ELIZA, Newport, IW, Baker Newport Pet March 31 at 12_Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds TBUMAN, WILLIAN HENRY, Lincoln, Cabinet Maker March 14 Ord March 14
DUNSMORE, ROBERT, Keighley, Barman March 30 at 11 29 at 11 Off Rec, Lincoln
WHITEHEAD, ARTHUR, Manchester, Cloth Raiser Salford
Of Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
HART, SIEBERT COLBURN, and CAARLES EDWARD FOWLER,
Bankruptcy bldgs, Careyst
HELPS, WALTER, Bedminster, Bristol, Bootmaker March | Thompsox, JANES, Bolton, Fruiterer Bolton Pet March KNIGHT, FRANK, & RUTLEY,
VICKERMAN, John, Bradford, Yarn Merchant Bradford THE CONDUIT ST. AUCTION GALLERIES,
MONTINEN, Edirn, Weston super Mare, Leather Merchant FURNITURE, JEWELS, PLATE, PICTURES,
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, 30 at 12 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
17 Ord March 17 HENNESSEY, ISABELLA MARY, Preston, Plumber April 1 TREAEARNE, SIDNEY GEORGE, and ARTHUR HAYWOOD at 3 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston CRUMP, Fenchurch st High Court Pet Jan 19 Ord
FOR SALES AND VALUATIONS. HENOCHSBERG, JOSEPH, Broad st House, Mining Agent March 17
March 30 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Hiatt, RACHEL, Cradley Heath, Staffs, Grocer March 29 Pet March 17 'Ord March 17 at 11 Off Rec, Wolverhampton st, Dudley
Watsox, THOMAS HENRY, Chorlton cum Hardy, Lancs, BETWEEN REGENT-STREET AND BOND-STREET. Higgins, CHARLES GEORGE, Nottingham, Musician March Railway Contractor Salford Pet March 18 Ord
29 at 12 Off Rec, 4, Castle place, Park st, Notting March 19 ham
WEBB, JOHN ABRAHAM, Coventry Birmingham Pet March JONES, ARTHUR JAMES, Worcester, Pawnbroker April 6 18 Ord March 18 at 25 County Court, West Bromwich
WEBSTER, James, Liverpool, Dairymin Liverpool Pet Juniper, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Insurance Agent March 21 at Feb 4 Ord March 17 12.30 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Wiggins, Joux, Farnworth, Lancs, Plasterer Bolton Pet LESLIE, WALTER ANTHONY, Brighton, Tobacconist March March 18 Ord March 19 29 at 12 Off Rec, 4, Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
WILSON, JAMES, Leeds, Canvassing Bookseller Leeds Pet Linde, WILLIAM, Bournemouth, Musical Iastrument Feb 17 Ord March 18
Seller March 29 at 12.30 Off Rec, Endless st, Salis- | Wilson, Jonx, South Bank, York, Accountant Stockton bury
on Tees Pet March 18 Ord March 18
Pet March 16 Ord March 16
March 17 Ord March 17
Pet Feb 23 Ord March 17 MORGAN, B H, North Kensington March 29 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Opeu daily for reception of NEWBORN, RICHARD ROBINSON, Hibaldstow, Lincs, Miller
March 29 at 11.30 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Great
and all Classes of Valuable Property intended for March 29 at 2.15 George Hotel, Rye Brighton Adjud May 16, 1895 Annul March 11, 1898
Sale by Auction. Parkins, JOHN ASHLEY, Lower Broughton, Salford, Dentist's Assistant March 30 at 2.30 Off Rec, Byrom st,
VALUATIONS for ESTATE DUTY & DILAPIDATIONS. Manchester RYCROFT, JAMES, Great Grimsby, Artificial Tooth ManuAli letters intended for publication in the
9, CONDUIT STREET & 23A, MADDOX STREET, W. facturer March 29 at 11 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Great Grimsby
"Solicitors' Journal” must be authenticated SASLE, GEORGE WILLIAM, Wadhurst, Sussex, Grocer
THIS EVENING, at 8.15, THE SEA FLOWER: Messrs. TAYLOR, GEORGE WILLIAM, St George, Bristol, Baker
John Beauchamp, Arthur Playfair, Cosmo Stuart, W.T. March 30 at 12.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
A COMMON-SENSE DIET.
Lovell, Wilfred Draycott, A. E. Matthews, Frederick THACKRAY, SAM KERSHAW, Middlesborough, Watchmakar
BY A MEDICAL Max.
Volpe, Henry Ford, and Charles Groves ; Miss Lena AshApril 13 at 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough
well, Miss Gladys Homfrey, and Miss Eva Moore. THOMPSON, JAMES, Bolton, Fruiterer March 31 at 11° 16, You will hear sufferers exclaim, “I feel out of sor's!"
DUKE OF YORK'S. Woodst, Bolton
"I am below par!" "I am losing weight!” Some rush THIS EVENING, at 8.45, THE DOVECOT : Messrs. WaLL, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Cab Proprietor March 31
to quack nostrums and become worse. Some are unwilling Seymour Hicks, Chas. Sugden, George Raiemond, William at 11 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
-or unable-- to consult medical advisers, who would prob- Wyes, Lawrence Caird, Chas. V. France, and James WALTERS, BENJAMIN THOMAS, Carmarthen, Draper March
ably recommend things which might or might not help Welch ; Mesdames Ellis Jeffreys, S. Carlisle, L. Braham, 29 at 11 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
them. And, after all, a little common-sense must tell K. Kearney, S. Grey, and Carlotta Addison. At 8.0, THE WHITEHEAD, ARTatr, Cornbrook, Manchester, Cloth Raiser
them that by following rational dietary rules they can LADY WRANGLER. March 30 at 3 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester maintain and restore that vigour which, by errors in diet,
DRURY LANE THEATRE ROYAL. WHITEHURST, JANES, Longton, Staffs, Grocer March 31 in conjunction with their surroundings, they have lost.
Managing Director, Arthur Collins. at 10 30 Off Rec, King at, Newcastle on Lyme
Good health-the greatest blessing mortals can enjoy, and THIS EVENING,_at 8.0, THE BABES IN THE
never really value till lost - can be preserved in the WOOD : Messrs. Dan Leno, John WIGG!NS, Joux, Farnworth, nr Bolton, Plasterer April 1
A. Warden, at 1116, Wood st, Bolton majority of mankind by attention to diet.
Griffin and Dubois, c. Angelo, Whimsical Walker, and Wilson, JAMES, Leeds, Canvassing Bookseller M :ch 30
A Food Beverage such as Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, with its Herbert Campbell : Mesdames Ada Blanche, Violet Robinat 3 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
unique powers of nutriment and exceptional vitalizing son, Alice Barnett, Kate Graves, and The Grigolatis,
energy is gained as a rational outcome of increase vitality THIS EVENING, at 9.0, A BRACE OF PARTRIDGES.
and the pleasing consequence of greater nourishment and At 8.15, THE MUFF OF THE REGIMENT: Messrs. H. AINSWORTH, ROBERT, Manchester, Calico Printer Salford sustenant force.
Reeves-Smith, W. Everard, s. Paxton, G. Tomkins, G. Pet March 18 Ord March 18
It aids the digestive powers, and is invaluable to tired Shelton, c. Thornbury, Tovey, C. M. Lown?, E. Lovat ASHWORTH, THOMAS, Dulesgate, or Todmorden, Farmer men and delicate women and children.
Fraser, F. Everill; Mesdames Ada Branson, Beatrice Burnley Pet March 19 Ord March 19
It has the refreshing properties of fine tea, the nourish- | Ferrar, M. Allestree, Nordblom, and Henrietta Watson, BINGLEY, HENRY, Bradford, Ladies' Hairdresser Bradford ment of the best cocoas, and a tonic and recuperative
LYRIC. Pet March 17 Ord March 17 possessed by neither, and can be used in all cases where tea
Lessee, Mr. William Greet. BOURKE, ISIDORE MCWILLIAM, Nevern sq, Earl's Court, and coffee are prohibited,
Mr. Arthur Roberts' Season. Doctor High Court Pet Feb 9 Ord March 18
It is not a medicine, but a unique and wonderful Food THIS EVENING, at 8.15, DANDY DAN, The Life BUBNISTON, HARRY, Leeds, Bookseller Leeds Pet Feb 26 Beverage.
Guardsman; Mr. Arthur Roberts, Messrs. W. H. Denny, Ord March 17
The wonderful African Kola nut which it contains has Blake Adams, Frank Barclay, Arnold Lucy; Misses Isa CORNEY, WILLIAM, Ledbury rd, Notting Hill, Cab Proprie
concentrated powers of nutriment, and imparts stamina Bowman, Jane Grey, Kate Erskine, and Phyllis Broughton. tor High Court Pet Feb 8 Ord March 17 and staying powers, adds to power of endurance, and
LYCEUM. DAVIES, GEORGE, Newport, Mon, Clothier Neath Pet enables those who use it to undergo greater physical exer THIS EVENING, at 8.0. THE MERCHANT OF March 3 Ord March 18 tion and fatigue.
VENICE: Henry Irving, Miss Ellen Terry; Messrs. F. DODWELL, CHRISTOPHER, Gt Yarmouth, Baker Gt Yar
The unique vitalizing and restorative powers of Dr. Cooper, Macklin, Webster, N. Forbes, W. Farren, jun., mouth Pat March 17 Ord March 17
Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa are being recognised to an extent Tyars, Mellish, Cooper Cliffe, Archer, Lacy, Belmore, FAULKINGHAM, Thomas Isaac, Selby, York, Draper York
hitherto unknown in the history of any preparation: Reynolds, Tabb, Howard, Marion, Graham; Miss Maud Pet Feb 24 Ord March 16
Merit, and merit alone, is what is claimed for Dr. Tibbles' Milton, Miss Rockman.
reader who names the SOLICITORS' JOURNAL (a postcard Mr. George Alexander, Sole Lessee and Manager. HABRINGTON, CHABLES, Halstead, Essex, Plumber Col will do) a dainty simple tin of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa free THIS EVENING, at 8.0, MUCH ADO ABOUT chester Pet March 8 Ord March 18 and post-paid.
NOTHING : Messrs. George Alexander, W. H. Vernon, HAWKINS, FRED, Finsbury pomat, Solicitor High Court
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa can be obtained from all chemists, H. V. Esmond, H. B. Irving, J. D. Beveridge, Nutcombs Pet Jan 20 Ord March 15
grocers, and stores, or from Dr. Tibbles' Vi.Cocoa, Gould, H. H. Vincent, Robert Loraine, Arthur Royston, HENLEY, STEPHEN, Anerley, Corn Dealer's Assistant Limited, 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row, London, E.C.
R. G. Legge, A. Holmes-Gore, Bertram Wallis, R. Dalton, Greenwich Pet March 15 Ord March 15
Fred Terry; Mesdames Julia Neilson, Hilda Rivers, Winis HEPWORTH, Jony, Startforth, nr Barnard Castle, York,
fred Dolan, Fay Davis. Surveyor Stockton on Tees
THE MOST NUTRITIOUS.
R. D'Oyly Carte, Manager. HOVELL, ARTAUR, Lakenham, Norwich, Wicker Chair
THIS EVENING, at 8.30, THE GONDOLIERS : Messrs. Maker Norwich Pet March 19 Ord March 19
Walter Passmore, H. A. Lytton, William Elton, Jones Joy, Edwin, Paddock Wood, Kent, Baker Tanbridge
Hewson, Cory James, L. Russell, and Charles KenningWells Pet March 14 Ord March 18
ham; Mesdames Emmie Owen, Louie Henri, Ruth Vincent, JUNIPEB, BENJAMIN, Leeds, Insurance Agent Leeds Pet
Jessie Pounds, and Rosina Brandram. At 7.45, OLD March 16 Ord March 16
SARAH. KEYS, WILLIAM ARTHUR DAVID, West Kensington, Jeweller
VAUDEVILLE. High Court Pet Oct 21 Ord March 17
THIS EVENING, at 8.20, THE FRENCH MAID: LESIBUR, GUSTAVE ALFRED, Maida Vale mansions, Egg
Messrs. Richard Green, George Mudie, Wyndham Guise, Merchant High Court Pet March 15 Ord March 16
Murray King, H. o. Clarey, Barton de Solla, Percy PerLITTLE, Jonx Wilsox, Terrington St Clements, Norfolk,
cival, J. W. Macdonald, Metcalfe ; Mesdames Louie Blacksmith King's Lynn Pet March 17 Ord
Pounds, Alice Barth, Lillie Pounds, Hilda Jeffreys, and March 17
BREAKFAST AND SUPPER.
Kate Cutler. MARSHALL, JOHN Pugu, Bristol, Confectioner Bristol
Pet March 18 Ord March 19 Norzax, GEORGE, Swansea, Wareman
SPINK & SON Swansea
17 & 18 PICCADILLY
Pet March 18 Ord March 18
beg respectfully OAKLEY, Jorn, Deptford, Kent, Wheelwright Greenwich
announce that they Pet March 18 Ord March 18
ACCURATELY APPRAISE Peaks, JONATHAN Bowros, Sunderland, Ropemaker Sun
JEWELS and SILVER derland Pet March 16 Ord March 16
PLATE, &c., for the RICHMOND, William HENRY, Nottingham, Fining Manu
LEGAL PROFESSION or facturer Nottingham Pet March 16 Ord March 16
PURCHASED OR EXCHANGED PURCHASE the same for ROBERTS, WILLIAM, Leeds Leeds Pet March 18 Ord
cash if desired. EstabMarch 18
1& 2 GRACECHURCH SI LONDON.
ΤΟ SYDDALL, SAMUEL, Little Lever, Lancs, Collier Bolton
lished 1772. Pet March 19 Ord March 19
Tinder the patronage of H.M. The Queen and H.S.H, Prince Louis Battenberg, K.C.B.
E PP S's
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY.
LEGAL EDUCATION, The Council invite attention to the following scheme of education, adopted Classes for Final Students are held at the Hall of the Society on four in 1892 with the object of affording assistance to Articled Clerke.
afternoons each week during the following periods: August to January; For the benefit of Clerks resident in London or who are able to attend, January to June. these classes are held and Tutors give advice and assistance at the Hall of the These periods afford five months' class preparation, and students are Law Society.
advised to subscribe for a full course, and certainly for not less than three To those Clerks who are articled at a distance from large towns systematic months, otherwise the work must necessarily be hurried. instruction with advice and help is given, and a course of preparation Students may join the classes either before or after the Intermediate through the post has been formulated.
Examination without subscribing to the course of Postal instruction, but it POSTAL INSTRUCTION.
is recommended that they should avail themselves of both modes of inIn the case of students who have not passed the Intermediate Examination struction: the instruction is by means of monthly papers, and deals with the selected
Subscribers to either Postal or Class instruction have the opportunity of portions of Stephen's Commentaries.
consulting the Tutors upon the work of the course in personal interview or For those who have passed the Intermediate Examination instruction is by letter at any time. afforded by fortnightly papers, and embraces the following subjects: Equity,
RESULTS AND HONOURS. Conveyancing, Common Law, Bankruptcy, Criminal and Magisterial Law, The results obtained have been satisfactory. At each of the last twelve Probate, Divorce, Admiralty, and Ecclesiastical Law.
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MR. JUSTICE STIRLING has come to the rescue of the profession from a portion of the difficulty occasioned by the decision in Re Tibbits' Settled Estates (1897, 2 Ch. 149). That decision laid it down that jointures and portions charged under powers contained in a settlement constitute, together with the original settlement, a compound settlement; hence a purchaser
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question before him was as to the jurisdiction to appoint trustees The Hon, Mr, Justice KEKEWICH.
of the compound settlement. We have repeatedly drawn attenThe Right Hon. Sir JAMES PARKER DEANE, Q.C., D.C.L. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq.
tion to the extreme inconvenience occasioned by this decision, and RICHARD PENNINGTON, Esq.
we gave reasons (ante, p. 6) for believing that it is incorrect. We
may add that (as Mr. OhALLIS has usefully pointed out in the Bacon, His Honour Judge.
Masterman, Henry Chauncy, Esq.
preface to the new edition of Hood and Challis's Conveyancing
and Settled Land Acts) in the Irish case of Re Meade': Settled Eilis-Danvers, Edmund Henry, Esq. Finch, Arthur J., Esq.
Mills, Richard, Esq.
relied as exactly in point on this question, the appointment Garth, The Right Hon. Bir Richard, Q.C. Pennington, Richard, Esq.
comprised not only jointures and portions, but also pin-money, Healey, C. E. L. Chadwyck, Esq., Q.C. Rowcliffe, Edward Lee, Esq. Johnson, Charles P., Esq. Saltwell, Wm Henry, Esq.
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case within the interpretation given by the learned judge to Lawrence, N. T., Esq.
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case was not an authority for the doctrine that a mere charge of "agreeing in the result,” preferred to rest his judgment on the jointures and portions created a compound settlement. It will ground of a duty from the solicitor to his client. The solicitor be seen from Re Kock and Hart's Settlement (reported elsewhere) employed in any cause, his lordship thought, when he accepted that, upon a vendor and purchaser summons, Mr. Justice STIR- the client's retainer, impliedly agreed to waive his lien so far as LING has held that jointures appointed under a power in a production of the documents might be necessary for the pursettlement created by will do not constitute with the will a poses of the proceedings, and this implied agreement covered compound settlement; that, in such a case, the tenant for life not only documents received by the solicitor in the suit, but could convey the land freed from the jointures, and that the those which were in his possession before its commencement. trustees of the will for the purposes of the Settled Land Acts | The result thus unanimously arrived at is, that at least in could give a good discharge for the purchase-money. So far "administration and representative actions," and perhaps in the decision is very satisfactory, although, as we have apparently any action--a solicitor who has a lion must, notwithstanding, conflicting decisions of two very learned and careful judges, the produce documents subject thereto, if required to do so by practitioner, until the matter comes before the Court of Appoal, parties other than his client. This seems considerably to will remain in considerable embarrassment.
abridge what has commonly been supposed to be the extent of the professional privilege.
THE DECISION, however, leaves open the other point which was decided in Re Tibbits' Settled Estates-namely, that under section TIE DUTIES and liabilities of an auditor formed an interesting 4 of the Settled Land Act, 1890, a charge on the estate of the topic of discussion in the House of Lords Committee on Comtenant for life creates a compound settlement, as to which Mr. pany Law on Monday, when Mr. WHINNEY, ex-president of the Justice STIRLING expressed no opinion. That section provides Institute of Chartered Accountants, was giving his evidence. that every instrument whereby a tenant for life, in considera- It is admitted that the functions of an auditor are not limited tion of marriage, or as part or by way of any family arrange- to a mechanical examination of the accuracy of the accounts as ment, not being a security for payment of money advanced, submitted to him by the company. He is bound to examine makes an assignment of or creates a charge upon his estate or into the meaning of the accounts, and to ascertain that the interest under the settlement, is to be deemed one of the instru- results presented in the balance sheet are not misleading: monts creating the settlement, and not an instrument vesting in His business," said LINDLEY, L.J., in Re London and General any person any right as assignee for value within the meaning Bank (44 W. R. 80; 1895, 2 Ch. 673), “is to ascertain and or operation of section 50 of the Act of 1882. As we have state the true financial position of the company at the time of before pointed out, the object of this provision is to render it the audit." But he does not, as the lord justice went on to unnecessary for a person entitled to pin-money, &c., charged on say, discharge this duty by examining the books of the company the life interest of the tenant for life to concur in the exercise of without inquiry and without taking any trouble to see that his statutory powers under section 50 of the Settled Land Act, the books themselves show the company's true position. 1882. It does not in any sense relate to the appointment of At the same time, to go behind the books and to investrustees for the purposes of the Settled Land Acts, and we have tigate the true value of the assets entered there · pory always failed to see how the phrase "one of the instruments soon lands the accountant in the position of valuer, and creating the settlement" can bo construed as meaning “one of a limit must necessarily be placed upon his researches. the instruments creating a compound settlement.” It is very The limit is stated in another passage from the same judgment. much to be hoped that this question will shortly be brought "An auditor is not bound to exercise more than reasonable care before the court, and that we may be completely relieved of the and skill in making inquiries and investigations." The limit is inconvenience caused by the decision in Re Tibbits' Settled Estates. necessarily indefinite, and in practice it means that the auditor
is not concerned to inquire into the accuracy of particular items
of valuation unless there is some special ground for suspicion. A VERY important question as to solicitor's lien was decided the matter was neatly put in the committee by Lord DAVEY, by the Court of Appeal, on appeal from KEKEWICH, J., in Re when, after a discussion of the duty of the auditors to value the Hawkes, Ackerman v. Lockhart (reported elsewhere). In that assets, he asked, "Is not the sounder principle this—that the case a solicitor had an admitted lien on certain documents auditor is bound to know everything the books tell him, to have belonging to a deceased person named HAWKES. The executors all the suspicions that the book suggest, and to make all the of the deceased employed the same solicitor to take proceedings inferences to which what he finds in the books would lead for the administration of the deceased's estate, which was in
him?" At the same time, it this standard of perfection sufficient to pay his debts, and an administration order was is set up, it is not surprising that Mr. WHINNEY, speaking obtained. Afterwards the conduct of the action was given to a for accountants generally, desires to limit their liability creditor ; but the executors remained parties to the proceedings, for any defect of duty to a specified multiple of the annual and the solicitor continued to act for them. A question arose as fee, and not to impose on them as a penalty the full loss to whether proceedings should be taken to recover a debt which which their error may impose on the company or its creditors. was supposed to be due to the deceased, and on this question the We are glad to see that attention was called in the committee executors desired to be advised by counsel. A case for the to clause 36 of the Companies Bill, which allows of unlimited opinion of counsel could not be prepared without seeing certain liability being placed upon the members of a company in casos documents upon which, as against the deceased, the solicitor where a certificate of incorporation has been obtained by fraud, had an admitted lien. KEKEWICH, J., ordered the solicitor to misrepresentation, or mistake. In cases of fraud this may be produce the documents at his office. This decision the Court of right enough, but to apply it to cases of mistake is in conflict Appeal has now affirmed. The authorities were elaborately with the principle of limited liability and also with the spirit of reviewed; but the Master of the Rolls came to the conclusion the declaration at the commencement of the Bill that the that." none of them were exactly in point, and it is necessary to certificate of incorporation is to be conclusive. The Lord consider the question on principle.” He and RIGBY, L.J., Chancellor characterized the proposal as very extreme. decided the case on the ground that the solicitor's lien was simply a right to retain documents as against the client and persons representing him, and gave the solicitor no greater right, as between It is a well-settled rule that where a wife mortgages her himself and third parties, to refuse production, than the client property to raise money for the purposes of paying her would have had if the documents had been in his own posses- husband's debts, she is entitled to be indemnified by the sion. The curious thing, on this view, is that in the present husband (Huntingdon v. Huntingdon, 2 Bro. P. O. 1), but the case the solicitor is compelled, in an administration action which judgment of the Court of Appeal in Paget v. Paget" (reported was commenced by the executors of the deceased, though a elsewhere) enforces the qualification that the rule is based creditor now has the conduct of it, to produce documents of upon the assumption that the parties intended that
the which, ex hypothesi, neither the deceased nor his executors could wife's property should be exonerated by the husband, and have compelled production. VAUGHAN WILLIAMS, L.J., while where the circumstances do not justify this assumption the