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PICKERING, ALFRED, Sydenham, Tailor Dec 20 Edell & Gordon, King st'
UxWIX, ESTHER, Coggeshall, Essex Dec 18 Beaumont & Son, Coggeshall
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. BULMER, WILLIAM, Selby, York, Potato Dealer Nov 23 at Fox, Seth, Kingswood, Glos, Boot Manufacturer Bristol
Pet Oct 22 Ord Nov 6
CARL, JOHN, Syston, Leicester, Cattle Dealer Nov 19 at GOTLEY, WILLIAM EDWIN, Bishopston Bristol Pet Oct 26
Ord Nov 8 CHARLES, JAMES, Aldersgate st, Fancy Goods Dealer Nov GregoRY, GEORGE WILLIAM, Ashbourne, Derby, Grocer AMEY, Tom, Leicester Leicester Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 19 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Burton on Trent Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov S BALR, THOMAS BROOK, Blaengarw, Glam, Grocer Cardiff
CHEVERTON, ALBERT Milton, Newport, I of W, Cycle Hills, WILLIAM EDWARD, Peckham, Publicin High Court Pet Nov 6 Ord Nov 6 Agent Nov 19 at 12 Chamber of Commerce, 145,
Pet Nov 5 Ord Nov 8 BARCLAY, HJ, Sydenham High Court Pet Sept 20 Ord
HUTCHINSOx, Francis, Southport, Joiner Liverpool Pet Oct 11
Cooke, ROBERT, Plymouth, Dairyman Nov 23 at 10.30 Oct 28 Ord Nov 8 BAWDEN, WILLIAM, Camborde, Cornwall, Farmer Truro
10, Atheneum ter, Plymouth
LAW, RAISTRICK, Pudsey, Yorks, General Draper Bradford CORNTHWAITE, ROBERT, Lupton, Westmrld, Farmer Nov Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
Pet Oct 27 Ord Nov 10 BEEGLEMYER, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Oxford st, Tailor High
20 at 11.15 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal LEWIN, WALTER, Park side, Hyde Park Corner, WaterCourt Pet Oct 18 Ord Nov 9
Coulsoy, SAMUEL, Eastwood, Notts, Draper Nov 19 at 11 proofer High Court Pet Sept 28 Ord Nov 9 BLACKMAN, JAMES HENBY, Hove, Sussex Brighton Pet
Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
MCCANN, JOSEPH FREDERICK, St John's Wood, Fishmonger Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
CRACKSTON, THOMAS EDGAR, Bredbury, nr Stockport, High Court Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 9
Mason Nov 19 at 11.30 BRANWELL, Johx, Nottingham Nottingham Pet Nov 9
Off Rec, County chmbrs, MARTIN, JOSEPI HENDERSOX, Leicester, Surgeon Leicester Ord Nov 9 Market pl, Stockport
Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 BULMER, WILLIAM, Selby, Potato Dealer York Pet Nov 9
DAVIES, REES, Tylorstown, Glam, General Dealer Nov 19 MAYGER, FREDERICK JEANS, Bournemouth, Provision Ord Nov 9 at 12 65, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
Factor Poole Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 9
MILLER, Ernest GEORGE VERRALL, Aogel ct, Outside
Stockbroker High Court Pet Ost 14 Ord Nov 8 castle on Tyne
MOORE, WILLIAM, Mountain Ash, Fruiterer CHABLES, JAMES, Aldersgate st, Fancy Goods Dealer High
Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9
OGDEN, WILLIAM SUTCLIFFE, St Leonaris ou Sea
Pet July 26 Ord Nov 8
Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
NEWMAN, WOOLF, Manchester, Picture Dealer Manchester Nov 9 Ord Nov 9 HUBTLER, BENJAMIN, Morley, York, Cloth Finisher Nov 19
Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 COOPEB, RICHARD, Croydon, Solicitor Croydon Pet Nov Johnsox, JAMES, Needwood, Staffs, Labourer
at 3 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley
Pick, WILLIAM, Bradford, Carricr Bradford Pet Nov 10 10 Ord Nov 10
Nov 19 at
Ord Nov 10 CROOK, HENRY CHABLES, Great Clacton, Essex Colchester Law, RAISTRICK, Pudsey, Yorks, General Draper Nov 22
11.30 Off Rec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
RAGGETT, GEORGE WILLIAM, Landport, Grocer Ports
mouth Pet Nov 6 Ord Nov 6 Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9 GREGORY, GEORGE WILLIAM, Ashbourne, Derbys, Grocer MOCANN, JOSEPH FREDERICK, St John's Wood, Fishmonger RUTHERFORD, George, Sunderlia!, Commission Agent
at 12 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
RICHARDS, 'Joux, Winsle, Pembroke, Farmer Pembroke
Dock Pet Oct 19 Ord Nov 8
Nov 19 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs. Carey st
Sunderland Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
Leeds Pet Nov 9 HUTCHINSON, LYDIA, Liversedge, York Dewsbury Pet
MITCHELL, Halifax, Bakers Nov 20 at 11 Off Rec, SANDERSON, HERBERT, Leeds, Joiner
Ord Nov 9
NASCH, ISIDOR, Whitechapel rd, Engineer Nov 19 at 12 IMPEBIALI, DOROTHY, Dover, Hotel Proprietress
SEGGER, ISAAC, Darlington, Draper's Purter Stockton on Canterbury Pet Oct 20 Ord Nov 6 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Tees Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 JENKINS, THOMAS, Ferndale, Glam. Colliery Fireman
PARKER, GEORGE, Leyhurn, York, Rural Postman Nov 29 SELBY, GEORGE WILLIAM COLEMAN, Ighth im, Kunt, Farmer Pontypridd Pet Nov 9
Tunbridge Wells Pet Oct 230.d Nov 9
at 11.30 Court House, Northallerton LAVER, JOHN Atkins, Southend, Farmer
SERMAN, FRANCIS GEORGE, Bourtyn on the Water, Glos, Chelmsford
REVELL, CHARLES, St Leonards on Sea, Tobacconist Nov Pet Oct 12 Ord Nov 5 23 at 2.30 Young & Son, Bank bldgs, Hastings
Printer Cheltenham Pet Ost 25 Ord Nov 9
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER, Malvern Link. Worcs, Bootmaker MOCANN, JOSEPH FREDERICK, St John's Wood, Fishmonger ROBERTS, CLARA, Newcastle on Tyne Nov 22 at 12 of
Worcester Pet Nov 6 Ord Nov 6
Simpson, Frances, Birkenhead, Confectioner Nov 24 at 12 SMYRKE, BENJAMIN, Notting Hill High Court Pet Aug 11
Ord Nov 6 Masox, ROBERT FARBER, Milford Haven, Solicitor Pem
SMITH,, CHRISTOPUCK, Malvern Link, Worcester, Boot TATTERSFIELD, GEORGE Henry, Mirfield, York, Blanket broke Dock Pet Oct 25 Ord Nov 10 Maker Nov 20 at 11.30 Of Rec, 35, Copenhagen st, THACKER, WILLIAM, Leicester, Shoe Mercer's Foreman
Manufacturer Dewsbury Pet Sept 27 Ord Nov 6
Factor Poole Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9
Baker Nov 19 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Farmer Hereford Pet Oct 15 Ord Nov 9 NEWMAN, WOOLF, Manchester, Picture Dealer
VINCENT, ALFRED, Bitton, Glos, Farmer Bristol Pet Nov 3 Manches
st, Lewes ter Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 6 STEVENS, Joux, Sheffield, Grocer Nov 22 at 2 Off Rec,
Ord Nov 9 PICK, WILLIAM, Bradford, Carrier Bradford Pet Nov 10
Figtree lane, Sheffield
WALKER, JOSEPH, Kingston upon Hull, Baker Kingston Ord Nov 10 STOREY, JAMES, Staveley, Westmorland, Builder Nov 20
upon Hull Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 RAGGETT, GEORGE WILLIAM, Landport, Grocer
WALKER, WALTER Henry, Scarborough Leeds Pet Sept Ports
at 11.45 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal mouth Pet Nov 6 Ord Nov 6 TATHAM, S BOUSFIELD, South Kensington, Electrical
16 Ord Nov 1 RUTHERFORD, GEORGB, Sunderland, Commission Agent THACKER, WILLIAM, Leicester, Shoe Mercer's Foreman
Engineer Nov 22 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
WATERHOUSE, JAMES WILLIAM, Manchester, Baker Man
chester Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9 Bunderland Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8 SANDERSON, HERBERT, Leeds, Joiner Leeds Pet Nov 9 THOMAS TAPLIN & Co, St Paul's churchyard Nov 21 at 12
Nov 19 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1 Berridge st, Leicester
WILKINSON, ROBERT CHARNLEY, Ecclefield, York, Coal
Merchant Sheffield Pet Oct 12 Ord Nov 9
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
WYNNSTANLEY, HENRY, Newport, I_of W, Licensed TIBBITS, HERBERT, Eastbourne ter, Paddington, Doctor
Victualler Newport and Ryde Pet Nov 10 Tees Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov
Ord Nov 22 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Nov 10 SERMAN, FRANCIS. GEORGE, Bourton on the Water, Glos, WALKER, JOSEPH. Kingston upon Hull, Baker Nov 19 at Yules, Isaac, Leeds, Wholesale Clothier Leeds Pet Nov
9 Ord Nov 9 Smith, CHRISTOPHER, Malvern Link,, Worcester, Boot WATERHOUSE, JAMES WILLIAM, Urmston, nr Manchester,
11 Off Rec, Trinity House lane, Hull Maker Worcester Pet Nov 6 Ord Nov 6
Croydon Oct 26 Ord Nov 8
WILSON, JAMES GEORGE, Pembroke, Saddler Nov 20 at 11 HEMPSTED, N., Selby rd, Anerley, Financier THACKER, WILLIAN, Leicester, Shoe Mercer's Foreman
Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
Adjud May 14, 1897 Annul June 30 Leicester Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Nottingham, Music Teacher Nov 19 THOBNE, A, and 8 Thorne, Brasted, Kent, Butchers Tunat 12 _Off Rec, St Peter's Church walk, Nottingham
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Nov. 16. bridge Wells Pet Oct 19 Ord Nov 8 WYNNE, John, Newington causeway, Builder Nov 19 at
RECEIVING ORDERS. WALKER, JOSEPI, Kingston upon Hull, Baker Kingston
12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
AMBLER, ALBERT, Thornton, nr Bradford, Grocer Pet Nov
13 Ord Nov 13 upon Hull Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
ADJUDICATIONS. Walsu, John LAWRENCE, Liverpool, Company Promoter
BATES, CLARA LETITIA, and WILLIAM CUFFLIN, Leicester Liverpool Pet June 17 Ord Aug 10 AMEY, Tom, Leicester Leicester Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
Leicester Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10 WATERHOUSE, JAMES WILLIABI, Urmscon, nr Manchester,
BILLINGTON, GIDEON MORLEY, Cobridge, Staffs, EarthenBAWDEN, WILLIAM, Camborne, Cornwall, Farmer Truro Baker Manchester Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9
ware Manufacturer Hanley Pet Oct 26 Ord Nov 10 Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
CARTER, HERBERT Thomas, Bracknell, Berks, Butcher WYNNSTANLEY, HENRY, Newport, I of W, Licensed Victualler Newport Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10
BLACKMAN, JAMES HENRY, Hove Brighton Pet Nov 4 Windsor Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10
Ord Nov 10 YULES, Isaac, Leeds, Wholesale Clothier Leeds Pet Nov
CUBITT, T 4, Shoeburyness, Lieutenant Chelmsford Pet 9 Ord Nov 9
BRAKEFIELD, CHARLES, Charing, Kent Maidstone Pet Sept 25 Ord Nov 10
Davies, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Wholesale Stationer Bir-
EBBERSON, WILLIAM Jour, Fakenham, Norfolk, Grocer Selby, GEORGE WILLIAM COLEMAN, Ightham, Kent,
BULMER, William, Selby, Potato Dealer York Pet Nov 9 Norwich Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
Ord Nov 9
Faherty, FREDERICK THOMAS, Birmingham, Builder Bir-
FRITH, PHILIP, Lombard ct, Accountant High Court
FULLER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Gt Eastern st High Court st, Leicester
CHANTLER, DANIEL, Charlwood, Surrey, Farmer Croydon Pet Oct 21 Ord Nov 12 BARCLAY, HJ, Sydenham Nov 19 at 12 Bankruptcy Pet Oct 26 Ord Nov 10
Foeniss, JAMES, Sheffield, Druggist Leeds Pet Nov 10 bldgs, Carey st
CLAPP, CHARLES, Penge, Surrey, Builder Croydon Pet Ord Nov 10 Batenax, SAMUEL, Amroth, Pembroke, Grocer Nov 20 at Oct 5 Ord Nov 3
GODSELL, JAMES Nelson, Cheltenham Warwick Pet Nov at 12.30 Off Rec, 4, Queen st, Carmarthen
CLARK, CHARLES STANLEY, Gt Clacton, Essex, Butcher 13 Ord Nov 13 BAWDEN, WILLIAM, Camborne, Cornwall, Farmer Nov 20 Colchester Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 9
GOULD, ANNIE ELIZABETH, Cheltenham Cheltenham Pet at 10 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro
Cooke, Robert, Plymouth, Dairymin Plymouth Pet Oct 1 Ord Nov 11 BLEWETT & Sox, Plymouth, Stock Brokers Nov 23 at 11 Nov 8 Ord Nov 9
GREENWOOD, WALTER, and REUBEN Wilson, Oldham, Hay 10, Atheneum ter, Plymouth
COOPER, RICHARD, Croydon, Solicitor Croydon Pet Nov Merchants Oldham Pet Oct 11 Ord Oct 29 BLACKMAN, JAMES HENRY, Hove Nov 19 at 12 Of Rec, 9 Ord Nov 10
GWYNNE, JOHN, Carmarthenshire, Farmer Carmarthen Pavilion bldgs, Brighton
CROOK, HENRY CHARLES, Gt Clacton, Essex Colchester Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10 BOWETT, REUBEN Joux, Altriachum, Chester, Grocer Pet Nov 9 Ord Nov 3
Hanson, Joux, Dewsbury, Greengrocer Dewsbury Pet Nov 19 at 2.30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Manchester
East, Frank, Bedford Bedford Pet July 31 Ord Nov 10 Nov 11 Ord Nov 11
PATENTS. --Mr. E. W. GOLBY, A.I.M.E.,
HARTLEY, WILLIAM, Preston, Bread Baker Preston Pet | RUNCIMAN, JOHN FINLAY, Gt_James st, Bedford row, All letters intended for publication in the Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
Journalist Nov 26 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st HARTWELL, WILLIAM Johx, Erdington, Warwicks Bir RUSSELL, F A, Streatham Nov 24 at 11.30 24, Railway “ Solicitors' Journal” must be authenticated mingham Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10
app, London Bridge JACOBIUS, MARCUS, Cardiff, Tobacconist Cardiff Pet STANWAY, THOMAS, Birmingham, Draper Nov 25 at 11 by the name of the writer. Nov 11 Ord Nov 11
23, Colmore row, Birmingham W & E JAMES & Co, Deronshire st High Court Pet Oct THORNE, A, and 8 THORNE, Brasted, Kent, Butchers Nov
Where difficulty is experienced in procuring the 15 Ord Nov 12
23 at 11.3) 24, Railway app, London Bridge KING, FOABD, Tillington, Sussex Brighton Pet 11 TURNER, ALBERT, Brighouse, Commero raveller Nov
Journal with regularity, it is requested that Ord Nov 11
26 at 11 Off Rec, Townhall chmbrs, Halifax MATHER, JAMES KEVYETI, Cambridge, Student Cam TURNER, ALBERT EDWARD, Burnley, Grinder Nov 26 at 1
application be made direct to the Publisher. bridge Pet Oct 25 Ord Nov 13
Exchange Hotel, Nicholas st, Burnley
Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
M.8 A., Patent Agent (late of H.M. Patent Office), Nov 8
WHITE, CHARLES EDWARD, Handsworth, Staffs, Grocar 36, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. Letters Patent obPARTINGTON, Thomas, Oldham, Bobbin Manufacturer Nov 23 at 11 23, Colmore row, Birmingham
ained and Registration effected in all parts of the Oldham Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
YATES, CHARLES MOULDING, New Crofton, Yorks, Butcher World. Oppositions conducted. Opinions and Searches PETERB, JAMES, Shoreditch, Tailor High Court Pet Nov 12 Nov 23 at 2 30 Off Rec, 6, Bond ter, Wakefield
as to novelty. Ord Nov 12 RossiyN, EARL of, The Portland Club, St. James's square
LEASURE CRUISE to the WEST High Court Pet Nov 11 Ord Nov 11 ALABONE, HENRY WILLIAM, Pentonville rd Edmonton Pet
INDIES. Royle, ARTHUR WILLIA», Gainsborough, General Dealer
Oct 1 Ord Nov 11 Lincoln Pet Nov 11 Ord Nov 11
AMBLER, ALBERT, Thornton, nr Bradford, Grocer Bral The ORIENT COMPANY will despatch their steumship Rudolf, Solomox, Islington, Provision Dealer High Court
ford Pet Nov 13 Ord Nov 13
"GARONNE," 3,901 tons register, 3,000-horse power, Pet Oct 22 Ord Nov 11
BATEA, CLARA LETITIA, and WILLIAM CUFFLIX, Leicester from London,
On the 8th JANUARY,
CARTER, HERBERT THOMAS, Bracknell, Berks, Butcher Simons, ARTHUR JOSEPH, Leicester, Beer Agent Leicester Windsor Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10
TWO MONTHS' CRUISE, Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
COCHRANE, ROBERT Brown, Tiverton, Devon, Coal MerSLADE, John, Laureath, Cornwall, Farmer Plymouth Pet chant Exeter Pet Oct 12 Ord Nov 11
Visiting TENERIFFE, BARBADOS, TRINIDAD, GRENADA, MAR-
CROUCH, CHRISTOPHER, Billiter st, Dry Dock Owner High TINIQUE, ST. LUCIA, SANTA CRUZ, JAMAICA, BERMUDA,
DAVIES, WILLIAM, Birmingham, Wholesale Stationer
Arriving back in London 10th March, wright Luton Pet Nov 13 Ord Nov 13
EBBERSON, WILLIAM JOnn, Fakenham, Norfolk, Grocer Winter afloat in the West Indies is most like a glorious TENNICK, EDWARD, Darlington, Shearnan Stockton on
Norwich Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
summer, and at such a time-when yachts and steam Tees Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
ELLIOTT, WILLIAM Henry, Woking, Surrey, Tobacconist launches are laid up at home--the trip should be taken. TUBNER, ALBERT, Brighouse, Yorks, Commercial Traveller
Guildford Pet Oct 20 Ord Nov 11
FAHERTY, FREDERICK Thomas, Birmingham, Builder Managers: F. Green & Co.; Anderson, Anderson, & Co.
Head Offices: Fenchurch-avenue.
FURNISS, JAMES, Gildersome, York, Druggist Leeds Pet Amended notice substituted for that published in the
Nov 10 Ord Nov 10
For passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fenchurch-
GODSALI., JAMES Nelson, Cheltenham Warwick Pet avenue, London, E.C.; or to the West-End Branch Office,
16, Cockspur-street, S.W.
GREENWOOD, WALTER, and REUBEN Wilson, Oldham,
LONDON GAZETTE (published by authority) and
LONDON and COUNTRY ADVERTISEMENT FIRST MEETINGS.
GREGORY, THOMAS KILNER, Hastings, Schoolmaster HastABRAHAMS, WILLIAM, Tunbridge Wells, Baker Nov 21 at
ings Pet Oct 26 Ord Nov 13
OFFICE.--No. 117, CHANCERY LANE, FLEET
STREET. GWYNNE, Jonx, Llanfihangel Cilfargen, Farmer Carmar11.30 24, Railway app, London Bridge
then Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10 Bates, CLARA LETitia, and WILLIAM CUFFLin, Leicester HAMAR, HENRY BRYAN, Peterchurch, Hereford, Farmer begs to direct the attention of the Legal Profession Nov 23 at 3 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
Hereford Pet Oct 29 Ord Nov 12
to the advantages of his long experience of upwards of BEEGLEMYER, JOSEPH WILLIAM, Oxford 'st, Tailor Nov 23
HARTLEY, WILLIAM, Preston, Bread Baker Preston Pet fifty years, in the special insertion of all pro forma notices, at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Nov 12 Ord Nov 13
&c., and hereby solicits their continued support.-N.B. BELL, WILLIAM, Eaglescliffe Junction, Durham, Musical Instrument Dealer Nov 24 at 3 Off Rec, 8, Albert
HUTCHINSON, LYDIA, Liversedge, York Dewsbury Pet Forms, Gratis, for Statutory Notices to Creditors and Dis-
solutions of 'Partnership, with necessary Declaration. rd, Middlesborough BLOOD, GEORGE, Birmingham, Carpenter Nov 26 at 11
JAYES, EDWARD WILLIAM, Devonshire st High Court Pet Official stamps for advertisements and file of "London
Gazette" kept. By appointment.
JENKINS, Tuomas, Quaker's Yard, Glam, Colliery Fireman mercial Hotel, Church st, Accrington Pontypridd Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 12
TREATMENT OF INEBRIETY. Clark, Heaton Addey, Dudley, Worcs, Paper Bag Maker
Kent, John, Wednesbury, Staffs, Butcher Walsall Pet Nov 25 at 11 Off Rec, Wolverhampton st, Dudley
Nov 2 Ord Nov 11 COCHRANE, ROBERT Brown, Tiverton, Devon, Coal Mer
KING, FOABD, Tillington, Sussex Brighton Pet Nov 10 DALRYMPLE
Ord Nov 11
For Gentlemen, under the Act and privately. Rec, Gloucester Bank chmbrs, Newport, Mon
LEAVER, THOMAS BIRD, Gracechurch st, Printer High DEAN, GEORGE EDWARD, Wyke Regis, Dorseta, Builder
Court Pet Sept 20 Ord Nov 12
For Terms, &c., apply to
Lucas, TaoMAS WILLIAM, Kilburn, Costumier High
R. WELSH BRANTHWAITE,
Maun, GEORGE, Bceston Hill, Leeds Leeds Pet Nov 13
TREATMENT of INEBRIETY and ABUSE of DRUGS.
PABROCK, JOSEPH, Quarry Bank, nr Brierley Hill, Stafford,
Forge Carpenter Stourbridge Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 8
County Court, West Bromwich
ST. MARGARET'S, TWICKENHAM,
Waste Dealers Manchester Pet Oct 1 and Oct 15 Ord
For Gentlemen under the Acts and privately. Terms,
21 to 4 Guineas. Merchants Nov 24 at 3 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs,
Apply to Medical Superintendent,
Lincoln Pet Nov 11 Ord Nov 11
F. BROMHEAD, B.A., M.B. (Camb.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.)
14 Ord Nov 12
Sinons, ARTHUR JOSEPH, Leicester Beer Agent Leicester
MELBOURNE HOUSE, LEICESTER.
PRIVATE HOME FOR LADIES.
SMITH, WILLIAM GEORGE, Bexley Heath, Kent, Grocer Medical Attendant: CHAS. J. BOND, F.R.C.S. Eng.
Rochester Pet Oct 19 Ord Nov 12 HUTCHINSON, Francis, Southport, Joiner Nov 24 at 3 Off STARR, Joux, Buxted, Sussex
L.R.C.P. Lond. Principal: H. M. RILEY, Assoc. Soc.
Lewes Pet Oct 15 Ord Rec, 85, Victoria st, Liverpool
Study of Inebriety. Thirty years' Experience. Excellent
Legal and Medical References. For terms and particulars
Stockton on Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st
apply Miss RILEY, or the Principal.
Tees Pet Nov 8 Ord Nov 12
M. W. EDGLEY, 40 & 41, Fleet-st.
bridge Wells Pet Oct 15 Ord Nov 13 MARTIN, Joseph HENDERSON, Leicester, Surgeon Nov 23 TURNER, ALBERT, Brighouse, Commercial Traveller Haliat 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge &t, Leicester
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS.
fax Pet Nov 12 Ord Nov 12
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st. Off Rec, City chmbrs, End Court Pet Oct 20 Ord Nov 10 less st, Salisbury
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS. MYNEER, WILLIAM HENRY, Ramsgate, Smackowner Nov Amended notice substituted for that published in the
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st, 25 at 9 Off Rec, 73, Castle st, Canterbury
London Gazette of Nov. 5: PARROCK, JOSEPH, Quarry Bank, nr Brierley Hill, Stafford,
AMERICAN ROLL TOP DESKS.
M. W. Edgley, 40 & 41, Fleet-st.
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
INSURANCE 31, Manor row, Bradford
OFFICE, RaggerT, GEORGE WILLIAM, Landport, Grocer Nov 23 at WYNNSTANLEY, HENRY, Newport, I of W, Licensed Vic
Founded 1710. 3 Off Rec, Cambridge Junction, High st, Ports tualler Newport Pet Nov 10 Ord Nov 10 mouth
LAW COURTS BRANCH: ROGERS, COLLINS, & Co, Crooked lane, Tea Dealers Nov ADJUDICATION ANNULLED.
40, CIANCERY LANE, W.C. 25 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Preston, WILLIAM, Edgware, Middlesex, Licensed Vic
A. W. COUSINS, District Manager.
SUM INSURED IN 1896, 4388,952,800.
VOL. XLII., No. 4.
The Solicitors' Journal and Reporter.
LONDON, NOVEMBER 27, 1897.
24, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, W.C.
ESTABLISHED 1853. Capital
£400,000 Debentures and Debenture Stock
£180,000 REVERSIONS BOUGHT.
LOANS MADE THEREON.
W. OSCAR NASH, F.I.A., Actuary.
The Editor cannot undertake to return rejected contributions, aud copies should be kept of all articles sent by writers who are not on the regular staff of the JOURNAL.
PARTRIDGE & COOPER,
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THE REAL REPRESENTATIVE
WINDING UP NOTICES LAW WRITING ON THE PREMISES BY PERMANENT STAFF. CORRESPONDENCE ...
CBEDITORS' NOTICEB.......................... LAW SOCIETIES
BANKRUPTOY NOTICES.................... 191 & 192, FLEET-STREET, and 1 & 2, CHANCERY-LANE, E.C. THE OLDEST & WEALTHIEST EXISTING MORTGAGE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Cases Reported this Week. THE LAW GUARANTEE AND TRUST SOCIETY,
In the Solicitors' Journal. Whitfield v. Bishop Auckland Urban
Carlisle Café Co. and Todd v. Muse
Brothers & Co.........
In the Weekly Reporter.
An Arbitration between Palmer & Co. FIDELITY GUARANTEES OF ALL KINDS. ADMINISTRATION AND LUNACY Paget v. Paget
ani Hosken, Trevithick, Polkinhorn, BONDS. MORTGAGE, DEBENTURE, LICENSE, AND CONTINGENCY Pegge v. Neath and District Tramways
& Co. (Limited), In re. Co.
Baker v. Williams
Court v. Berlin and Others
nie Franco-Belge du Chemin de Fer pondent) HEAD OFFICE: 49, Chancery-lane, W.C. | CITY OFFICE: 56, Moorgate-street, E.C du Nord
King v. Eversfield.
Plant v. Bourne...
Thomas Edward Brinsmead & Sons Reg. v. Mead (Metropolitan Police
Magistrate). Ex parte London In Drawing LEASES or MORTGAGES of
Turner v. Stallibrass and Other3.........
Waterland v. Serle
68 Thornton v. France and Another......... To see that the Insurance Covenants include a policy covering the risk of
LOSS OR PORPRITURE OF THE LICENSE.
THE FOLLOWING are the names and dates of call to the bar of GUARANTEE FUND, LIMITED,
the new Queen's Counsel : Mr. RICHARD LOVELAND LOVELAND 24, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C. Mortgages Guaranteed on Licensed Properties promptly, without (Assistant Judge, London Sessions), 1865 ; Mr. William special valuation and at low rates.
ENGLISH HARRISON, South-Eastern Circuit, 1867; Mr. REGINALD
MORE BRAY, South-Eastern Circuit, 1868; Mr. THOMAS GILBERT LEGAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE CARVER, Northern Circuit, 1873; Mr. John ALDERSON FOOTE, SOCIETY.
Western Circuit, 1875; Mr. HENRY TERRELL, Chancery_Bar
and South Wales Circuit, 1882; and Mr. John FREDERICK PEEL ESTABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY.
RAWLINSON, South-Eastern Circuit, 1884. 10, FLEET STREET, LONDON.
THE DEATH of Baron POLLOCK removes from the bench a SIMPLE,
capable and highly-esteemed judge. His title indicates the length of his service in that office. He was appointed a Baron of the old Court of Exchequer in 1873, and practically he was at work to the last. But, though he was the senior judge-his appointment being three years prior to that of Mr. Justice HAWKINS—he had shown no indication of declining powers, and when it was announced that he was returning from the Essex Assizes on account of indisposition it was not anticipated that his illness would assume a serious aspect. The announcement
on Monday of his death on the previous day came as a painful AND
shock to the many who had loarned to appreciate his sterling
qualities. With his early associations and training it was SECURE.
natural that he should attain to judicial office. His father, FUNDS £3,000,000. INCOME
Chief Baron POLLOCK, was one of the most noteworthy judges YEARLY BUSINESS £1,000,000, BUSINESS IN FORCE £11,000,000 of the middle of the century, and the son—though he
was by no means the only son—has carried on in a less
conspicuous way the same vocation. To the vast majority The Right Hon. Lord HALSBURY (Lord High Chancellor of England). The Hon. Mr. Justice KEKEWICH.
of present day lawyers his career at the bar is known only The Right Hon. Sir JAMES PARKER Deane, Q.C., D.C.L.
by hearsay. His early diligence is shewn by the reports WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Esq. RICHARD PENNINGTON, Esq.
and by the work on merchant shipping with which his name
was associated. Diligence, with such opportunities as he posBacon, His Honour Judge.
Masterman, Henry Chauncy, Esq.
sessed, materially led to professional advancement. But as a Deane, The Right Hon. Sir James Parker, Meek, A. Grant, Esq. (Devizes).
judge he has been well known and universally respected. In Q.C., D.C.L.
Mellor, The Right Hon. John W., Q.C., trying prisoners he spared no pains to ensure that his sentences
Mills, Richard, Esq.
should be just to the prisoner as well as to the public; to the Garth, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Q.C. Pennington, Richard, Esq.
consideration of civil cases he brought a judicial mind and a Harrison, Chas., Esq., M.P.
Rowcliffe, Edward Lee, Esq. Healey, C. E. H. Chadwyck, Esq., Q.C. Saltwell, Wm.Henry, Esq.
competent knowledge of law; and in his treatment of all who Johnson, Charles P., Esq. Williams, C. Reynolds, Esq.
kad business before him he was kind and courteous. He was a Kekewich, The Hon. Mr. Justice.
Williams, Romer, Esq. Ludlow, The Right Hon. Lord. Williams, William, Esq. judge who worthily maintained the traditions of his order.
We do not understand all this mighty hurry about bringing country certificate, but the magistrate, Mr. D’EYNCOURT, though the Land Transfer Act, 1897, into force. Section 25 of the at first he was against the country solicitor, and adjourned the Act provides that it shall come into operation on the 18t case, on the following day allowed it to proceed, holding that, of January next; and until that day, there is, of course, no provided the solicitor was properly qualified, it was not for the power to make an Order in Council under section 20. Nor, it court to inquire whether he had a London or a country certifiwould appear, can the formal notice under sub-section 5 of that cate. If the country solicitor was in the wrong, it would seem section be sent to the county council or the accompanying draft that the law is quite strong enough to deal with the case, withOrder be formally served before that day. But someone seems out the necessity for magisterial interference. Under section 43 to have discovered that there is no objection to sending a draft of the Stamp Act, 1891, a person who "acts or practises” as a of the proposed Order to the county council before that day, and solicitor in any court without having in force at the time a duly getting them to decide beforehand whether they will accept stamped certificato incurs a penalty of £50, and is also incacompulsory registration. Accordingly, we learn that an intima- pable of maintaining any action for the recovery of his costs. tion has been given to the London County Council that it is pro- In the case of a person who has no solicitor's certificate at all, posed to make an Order applying Part III. of the Land Transfer it would seem that a single appearance in court would constiAct to the county of London, and that the Order will declare tute acting as a solicitor, which would bring him within the that, "As respects the county of London, on and after the 1st section and make the penalty recoverable. But in the case of a of July, 1898, registration of title to land is to be compulsory certificated solicitor it is necessary to refer to the schedule in on sale.
This order may be amended or added to, or repealed by order to discover whether he is entitled, under his certificate, to Order in Council.” This notice is dated the 19th of November, appear in the court in question, and the wording of the scheand it seems to be concluded that if the county council does dule differs slightly from that of the section. If the solinot before the 19th of February, at a meeting specially called citor “practises or carries on his business" within ten miles for the purpose, at which two-thirds (ninety-two) members shall from the General Post Office he has to pay, after three years, be present, resolve and communicate to the Privy Council their a duty of £9; elsewhere in England, a duty of £6. The resolution that, in their opinion, compulsory registration of title effect of these enactments was considered by a Divisional Court would not be desirable in their county, the Order will be made. (FIELD and CAVE, JJ.) in Re Horton (8 Q. B. D. 434), where a We should be glad to know how this notion is reconciled with Birmingham solicitor had attended a taxation in London, and it the provisions of the Act. It is, no doubt, highly desirable for was held that a single appearance did not disqualiły him from the Land Registry to "nobble” the existing county council, recovering his costs. Stress was laid upon the phrase "carries before a new election has taken place, but how can any notice on his business," and FIELD, J., intimated that the intention of be validly given under the Act before it has come into opera- the Legislature was, not to strike at one particular transaction tion? A still more serious matter appears to be the letter from within the ten-mile radius, but at the general carrying on of the Lord Chancellor to the Court of Common Council of the City business and practising. So CAVE, J., was of opinion that the of London" with reference to the Land Transfer Act of last words “practises or carries on his business " pointed to a series Session, and the desirability, or otherwise, of extending its pro- of acts and not to an isolated transaction. visions to the City.” As our readers all remember, a solemn pledge was given in the House of Commons by the AttorneyGeneral, and assented to by Mr. Balfour, that the first county trustees may make himself liable for a breach of trust are clearly
THE CIRCUMSTANCES under which a solicitor who is acting for to be selected should“ be the administrative county of London, defined in the judgment of Lord SELBORNE, C., in Barnes v. excluding the City.” Now we hear of a letter, in effect, asking Addy (L. R. 9 Ch., p. 251). “Strangers "—that is, persons the City of London to apply to be included in the first compulsory order. If this is done, a very grave breach of faith will trustees merely because they act as agents of trustees in trans
other than the trustees are not to be made constructive be committed with the solicitors to whom the pledge was actions within their legal powers, transactions, perhaps, of which practically given — namely, those opposing the Bill. These strange proceedings, however, are of a piece with the whole and become chargeable with some part of the trust property, or
a court of equity may disapprove, unless those agents receive course of the manquvres by which the Bill was carried through unless they assist with knowledge in a dishonest and fraudulent Parliament, and they give a pleasing foretaste of the despotic design on the part of the trustees." sway which will be exercieed when the compulsion clause has solicitor has simply failed in his duty to the trustees, or where
Where, however, the been put into force.
he has omitted to inform them that a proposed investment
would be a breach of trust, it seems clear that the solicitor is WE HAVE considerable sympathy with the members of the not liable for the breach of trust, whatever may be his liability profession who have urged, and are urging, opposition on the for negligence. Nor, as appears from the judgment of STIRpart of solicitors to the selection of London as the first district LING, J., in the case of Stokes v. Prance (reported elsewhere), will to be put under compulsion, but we do not think it would be the negligence interfere with any collateral rights which the advisable for members of the profession to associate themselves solicitor may have acquired in the course of the transaction. In together, in their capacity of solicitors, for that purpose. Let that case the solicitors acting for the trustees took a transfer of them do all in their power, as individual citizens, to enlighten the a mortgage for £6,000, one-half the amount being advanced by
The Committee of the London County Council upon the matter, and the trustees and one-half by the solicitors themselves. especially to point out to them that they ought not to be called security was insufficient for the advance, but the solicitors on to express an opinion as to compulsion until the Act has omitted to advise the trustees of this. It did not appear that come into operation. But for solicitors to organize them- the solicitors obtained any indirect benefit by the transaction, selves to oppose the application of compulsion to London so that they could not, upon the principles of Barnes v, Addy, would, we think, be likely to defeat the object in view. The be held liable for a breach of trust, but it was contended that, county council would be told that the opposition simply arose be postponed to the moiety held by the trustees. The solicitors
under the circumstances, their moiety of the security ought to from the irreconcilable hostility of solicitors, who desired to deprive their clients of the priceless boon which compulsion will had become bankrupt, so that if the trustees failed to secure bestow. Solicitors generally have done quite enough in the themselves in this way, their only remedy would be by proof in way of opposition to the measure to clear their consciences of the bankruptcy for such claim as they might have against the any complicity in the scheme, and we think that, while exer- solicitors personally. But though, under certain circumstances, cising all their rights as citizens, they should rather carefully
a solicitor may doubtless prejudice his own position by omitstand aloof from organized opposition to the application of the ting to give his client proper advice, this result only seems to Act to London,
follow where the neglect to give advice secures some consequent advantage to the solicitor. A solicitor, for instance, who takes
a security from a client is not allowed to profit by an unusual IN THE course of proceedings in the North London police power of sale the effect of which is not explained to the client court last week, objection was taken by a solicitor holding a || Cockburn v. Edwards, 18 Ch. D. 449). Where, however, the London certificate to the appearance of a solicitor holding a solicitor, as in Stokes v. Prance, is interested jointly with his
client in the transaction, both standing on the same footing in the section by implication applied to the case of a breach of these the matter, this principle does not apply, and STIRLING, J., held regulations the provisions of the Highway Acts as to the approaccordingly that the trustees had no priority over the solicitors hension of persons guilty of offences under those Acts, would in regard to the security.
have been to distort the language of a very plain section. The Legislature has not thought fit to provide any special means of
apprehending offenders against the regulations as to bicycles conIT APPEARS from the decision of NORTH, J., in Pegge v. Neath tained in section 85, and if the result is to make these regulations Tramways Co. to be of comparatively slight importance whether very difficult to enforce, the remedy lies with the Legislature alone. an intending debenture holder actually gets his debentures from As to furious riding the case is very different: the law on this the company or not, provided he obtains an undertaking from subject, as applied to bicycles, depends upon the earlier part of the company to issue them. This result follows from the cases section 85 and upon the Highway Acts there referred to. Bicycles in which incomplete debentures have been held to constitute a are carriages within the Highway Acts, and therefore the law good equitable security, though the principle does not seem to as to carriages contained in those Acts is applicable to them. have been applied hitherto in a case where no debentures at all Turning to section 78 of the Highway Act, 1835, it is found to have been issued. In Re Strand Music Hall Co. (3 De G. J. & be an offence if a person drives any sort of carriage furiously so Sm. 147) bonds were issued as security for advances, the name as to endanger the life or limb of any passenger, and every such of the obligee being left blank, and in the liquidation of the offending driver may, by the authority of the Act, with or company it was contended that the bonds were invalid, and that without warrant, be apprehended by any person who shall see the lender could only rank as a simple contract creditor. But such offence committed ; and section 79 contains further prothe Court of Appeal held that, though the bonds were invalid, visions enabling the officers of the highway authority to seize the intention to create the security was sufficient to make it good any unknown person whom they have seen committing an in equity. “Where this court,” said TURNER, L.J., "is satisfied offence against the Act, and to take him before a justice. That that it was intended to create a charge, and that the parties who the rider of a bicycle is “driving a carriage,” and may be intended to create it had the power to do so, it will give effect convicted of furious driving under the Highway Act, 1835, was to the intention, notwithstanding any mistake that may have actually decided by MELLOR and Lusi, JJ., nearly ten years occurred in the attempt to effect it.” And so in Ross v. Army before the Local Government Act, 1888, was passed (Taylor v. and Navy Hotel Co. (35 W. R. 40, 34 Ch. D. 43), where a covering Goodwin, 4 Q. B. D. 228), so that the declaration, contained in deed was assumed to be void for want of registration under the section 85 of that Act, that a bicycle is a carriage was almost Bills of Sale Acts, it was held that a good security was created superfluous. It is thus abundantly clear that the provisions of by the contract in the debentures to give such a security as was sections 78 and 79 of the Act of 1835 as to the apprehension and intended to be given by the deed. Another instance of the punishment of offenders are applicable to furiously-riding invalidity of instruments in consequence of their being issued in bicyclists, for they are guilty of an offence under that Act; and blank occurred in Re Queensland Land and Coal Co. (42 W. R. it is equally clear that bicyclists riding at night without a light, 600; 1894, 3 Ch. 181), where debentures were issued in this or failing to give audiblo warning of their approach, are not manner. That at law they were ineffectual until the blanks amenable to the provisions of that Act, but are guilty only of a had been filled in and the debentures redelivered there was no breach of the regulations contained in section 85 of the Act of doubt (Powell v. London and Provincial Bank, 41 W. R. 545; 1888, which section does not provide for their summary arrest by 1893, 2 Ch. 555), but NORTH, J., held that they were good in the casual constable or other onlooker. equity. “Assuming," he said, " a clear, definite contract that debentures are to be issued in respect of a loan, the slender] has as good a claim as if the debentures had been actually
LAST WEEK, at the London Sessions, a young man was conissued, the only difference being that the claim is equitable and victed upon an indictment for obtaining the sum of one penny not legal, and he is entitled to hold these debentures in the same by a false pretence. He was selling newspapers in the street, manner as if the name of the person to whom payment is to be and by crying false news of a sensational character induced the made had been filled up before execution.' expressly states that the actual issue of the debentures is prosecutor to buy one of his papers. This is certainly a comimmaterial, provided a contract to issue them exists, and it of men and boys shouting false news. Undoubtedly steps
mon offence in the Metropolis. "At night certain streets are full covers, therefore, the circumstances of Pegge v. Neath Tramways should be taken to punish such offenders, but it will probably Co. The plaintiff had advanced money to the defendant com-strike most persons as rather strange that there is no summary pany on the security of promissory notes and of an undertaking method of dealing with them. To set in motion the elaborate by the company to issue to him at any time debentures to a and costly procedure by indictment in order to punish a wretched corresponding amount of a series then being issued. It was boy who sells a halfpenny journal by telling some trumpory lie held by NORTH, J., that, although no debentures were over issued to the plaintiff, he was entitled by virtue of the under-walnut. It seems, however, that there is no other way of
as to its contents, is very like using a steam-hammer to crack a taking to rank pari passu with the actual debenture-holders.
attaining the desired end, and that even this heavy engine can be used only where the person defrauded of his halfpenny is
willing to undergo all the trouble and loss of time of appearing THE DECISION in Hatton v. Treeby (1897, 1 Q. B. 452), that a before a magistrate, grand jury, and petty jury. Surely it ought constable has no power to stop a bicyclist riding at night without to be made an offence, punishable summarily with some small a light, has given rise to a misapprehension in some quarters. penalty, for newsvendors to cry nows which they have no reason It has been thought that the decision applies to cases of furious to believe is contained in their papers, whether they obtain riding as well as of riding without a light. But a glance at money thereby or not. The very wide powers, however, which the case, and the enactments upon which it turned, easily magistrates and police possess in some directions, especially in disposes of this notion. The section which requires bicyclists London, are as remarkable as their limitations in other directo carry lights after dark is section 85 of the Local Government tions. It will surprise many people (even lawyers) to learn that Act, 1888. That section begins by declaring that bicycles and there is any restriction upon the distribution in the streets of other similar machines are “carriages within the meaning of inoffensive handbills. Nevertheless, at the Guildhall policethe Highway Acts,” and it goes on to provide that “the follow- court a few days ago a boy was convicted of distributing handing additional regulations shall be observed by any person or bills outside the stock Exchange without the permission of the persons riding or being upon such carriages"; then follow the Commissioner of Police. This conviction was under section 9 regulations as to carrying lights and sounding bells or whistles, of the Metropolis Streets Act, 1867, which provides that "no and the penalty for breach of these regulations. It will at once picture, print, board, placard,' or notice, except in such form be observed that the regulations thus prescribed rost upon their and manner as may be approved of by the Commissioner of own authority alone, and are in no way dependent upon the Police, shall, by way of advertisement, be carried or distributed Highway Acts, or upon the fact that bicycles have been declared in any street within four miles of Charing Cross by any by the earlier part of the section to be" carriages." To hold that person riding in a vehicle or on horseback or on foot, under pain