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purpose of making transfers for use in the manufacture or decoration of
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 30. carthenware and china is dangerous or injurious to health.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIX8. A special meeting of the metropolitan magistrates was held at Bow
LIMITED IN CHANCEBY. street on Wednesday afternoon to consider what course should be A. Lyons & Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 1, to send their names pursued in respect to applicants who wished to claim exemption from and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to George Bowler, 30, North vaccination for their children by reason of their conscientious objection
John st, Liverpool. Batesons & Co, solors for liquidator
ATTENBOROUGH & UNDERWOOD, Limited-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 1, to in accordance with section 2 of the new Act. As a result of the delibera
send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Thomas tions, the following statement was issued for publication : “The magis. Edward Cave, 4, Broadgate, Coventry. Hughes & Masser, Coventry, solors to liqui
dator trates decided that they will hear applications under the Vaccination Act,
BOLTON SPINNING AND DOUBLING CO, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, and will not require applicants to be sworn; but if satiefied upon a on or before Oct 13, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their verbal statement that they have the conscientious objection will give the debts or claims, to William Kevan, Acresfield, Bolton. Fielding & Fernihough, Bolton, certificate. All applications must be made at the sitting of the court; and, CHONGFORD SINDICATOR, LIMITED-Crelitors are required, on or before Oct 20, to send in conformity with the statutory scale of fees in similar cases, 18. must
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles be paid for such certificate.”
Dugald Buckler, Dashwood House, 9, New Broad st. Paines & Co, St Helen's place,
solors to liquidator At Marylebone, on the 27th ult., Mr. Curtis Bennett, in again referring Fraser River GOLD MINES, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, on or to the new Vaccination Act, said that the remarks he bad made with before Oct 14, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or reference to the Act had been made to save the public the trɔuble of
claims, to James William Haynes, 59, Westbury rd, Ilfori. Angove & Bromwich, Gt coming to his court to be told that he had no power to do anything. He
Winchester st, solors to liquidator
HIBAM SMITH & Co, LIMITED --Creditors are required, on or before Sept 29, to send their was unable, on Saturday last, when his attention was first specifically names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John Butterfield, called to the Act then in force for only a few days as to one particular
2, Darley st, Bradford. Furpiss & Eastwood, Bradford, colors for liquidator section-the remainder of the Act not coming into force until the first of
Rose-Hili UNITED GOLD MINES, LIMITED-Creditors are requested, on or before Sept 30,
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to E. G. January next-to find any power which enabled them as metropolitan Wills, 32, Blomfield House, London wall magistrates for the purposes of this Act to be considered a court of petty SHOALHAVEN SYNDICATE, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 1, to send session; and, indeed, it was not until the previous evening that he had
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John Avery,
23, St Swithin's lane been able to obtain any information, although he had given much time to
TURNERS CHESHIRE Dairy Co, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)--Creditors are required, on or discover some authority for their so acting for the public good. In the before Sept 20, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or Summary Jurisdiction Act, 1879, it was expressly provided by sub-section claims, to William Jowett, Mellor, Derby 10 of section 20 that any metropolitan magistrate when sitting at a court
WOLFENDEN & Son, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Sept 30, to send their
names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Henıy Wolfended, house should for the purposes of that act be deemed to be a court of 33, Westcliffe id, Birkdale, Southport. Fullagar & Hulton, Bolton, solors to liquidator summary jurisdiction sitting “in a petty sessional court-house," wbich WooD MANUFACTURING Co, LIMITED, 312, DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER (IN VOLUNTARY was in that Act included in the expression “petty sessional courts.' LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, on or before Sept 27, to send their names and This Act only applied to Acts passed afterwards and incorporated in it.
addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr George Edward Haworth,
Duchy chmbrs, 4, Clarence st, Manchester. Crofton & Co, Manchester, solors to liquiThat was not so with the Vaccination Act. He bad looked in vain for dator any such power in any of the Vaccination Acts. In again endeavouring WorsLEYS, LIMITED-Creditors are required on or before Oct 8, to send their names and to find some legislative power which would meet his difficulty he discovered
addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Messrs Poppleton, Gamlin, in an Act designated the Interpretation Act-namely, 52 & 53 Vict. c. 63,
Woodford, and Roberts, 37, Cross st, Manchester. Addleshaw & Co, Manchester,
solors for liquidators g. 13, sub-section 12, of which he was bound to say he had no knowledge,
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. and as far as he knew his colleagues were not acquainted with it-tbat Balsall Heath FORWARD MONEY Society, Balsall Heath, Birmingham. Aug 17 there was a definition of a petty sessional court, which he thought met PROGRESSIVE West OF ENGLAND BICK BENEFIT AND BURIAL SOCIETY, York Tavern, his difficulty and enabled them as metropolitan magistrates to be con Bramley rd, Notting hill. Aug 17 sidered a court "in petty session," although the words used in the Vac.
Sir Thoxas White MUTUAL £i Loan Society, Sir Thomas White Ion, Nottingham. cination Act were
Aug 17 "in petty session," and not, as they should have been to have complied with the defining Acts, “in a petty sessional court.” He was of opinion that this gave them power to deal with section 2 of the new Vaccination Act. It would be seen from this that, apart from
CREDITORS' NOTICES. expressed statutory authority, as he had contended, they had no power to
UNDER ESTATES IN CHANCERY. act as a petty sessional court."
LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 16.
de la Guerrande v Wetherfield, North, J Wetherfield, Gresham bldgs, Guildhall THE PROPERTY MART.
HARTLEY, ANNE, Llwyn, Dolgelley, Merioneth Oct1 Williams v Jones, North J, Clayton
& Co, Lancaster place, Strand RESULT OF SALE.
NORRINGTON, JAMES, Broomfield, Essex, Builder Oct 1 Norrington v Norrington, Stir-
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug. 23.
Sold £2,575 CLARKE, WILLIAM, Frodsham, Chester Sept 24 Clarke v Clarke, Registrar, Liverpool Two one-twenty-fourth Shares in Possession of a Freehold Farm,
Driffield, Liverpool producing £300 per annum
300 GARDINER, William, East Hanningfield, Essex, Farmer Oct 24 Leggett v Gardiner and LIFE POLICY:
Leggett v Gardiner, North, J. Duffield, Chelmsford For £1,500 with profits; life 51
910 HORNER, MARY, Skipton, York Oct 1 Fourness v Davis, Romer, J. Turnbull, Brad
UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEBS.—Before pur. chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly
London Gazette-FRIDAY, Aug. 19.
Bennett, Lieutenant-Colonel FRANC.8 EGERTOX, West Kensington Sept 17 Bashall,
New inn, Strand
BRAITHWAITE, Susan, Littlehampton, Sussex Sept 10 Holmes & Co, Littlehampton JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
CHIChester, the Dowager Dane CAROLINE, Woolacombe, Devon Sept 12 Hooper & LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claime, to Charles Scorriers
Demaine, MABY Axx, Muskoko, Ontario, Canada Sept 20 Dawson, Harrogate
to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to William EDWARDS, SABAH CUTTO, Spalding, Lincoln Sept 29 Foster & Wells, Aldershot
Ritson, Parliament st, Lancaster
EMMETT, John Thomas, Dartmouth Park hill Sept 29 Laurence & Co, Lincoln's ind quired, on or before Sept 15, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of FRENCH, SAMUEL, Kensington, Theatrical Agent Oct 15 Fladyate & Co, Craig's court, their debts or claims, to Edgar Dearden Whittaker, 3, Mount st, Manchester. Norton & Howe, Manchester, solors for liquidator
send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to HARRIS, HENRY, Southampton Sept 25 Morse, Fenchurch av
Frank Lord Perry, 11, High st, Cardiff
on sept 7. Hogle, Parliamento mains, Vi&toria Dist, Westminster, solar for petning Liston, Elizabeth Lyxy, Queen Anne mansions, Westminster Sept 25 Lewis & Lewis
MASTERS, John, Yeovil, Farmer Aug 31 Watts, Yeovi
MILING, John, Chester, Farmer Sept 19 Cooke, Winsford
HAKRISON, FRANCIS HENRY, Bushey, Herts Nov 22 Crosley & Burn, Moorgate st bldgs
New ct, Lincoln's inn
HICKLEY, JOHN STEPHEN, Farnham Sept 17 Edgar Kempson, Farnham
HOLMAN, WILLIAM Henry, South Kensington Oct 10 Williams & James, Norfolk ROBERTS, JAMES, Perranporth, Cornwall, Mine Agent Oct 1 Chilcott & Sons, Truro
House, Victoria embankment Robinsox, ABRAHAM, Cockermouth, Cumberland Sept 17 Waugh & Musgrave, Cocker
James, RICHARD, Helston, Cornwall, Tailor Sept 27 Pengilly, Helston mouth
JURY, EDWARD, Gravesend, Pilot Oct 1 Sharland & Hatten, Gravesend ROGERS, WILLIAM, Adelaide, South Australia, Builder Sept 17 Blyth & Co, Gresham house
KING, THOMAS PEROY, Cairo, Egypt Oct 18 Charles Robinson, Chancery lane RYALL, JOHN, Eishop's Caundle, Dorset, Yeoman Sept 16 Ffooks & Douglas, Sherborne
Levitt, No2BISON MARSHALL, Brantingham, York, Yeoman Oct 1 Crust & Co, SCOTT, STEPHEN, Harrogate Nov 16 Dransfield & Elsdon, Newcastle upon Tyne
Beverley WARD, GEORGE Dunstan, Winteringham, Lincoln, Publican Oct 31 Allisons & Allisons,
LLOYD, WILLIAM Ellis, Birmingham, Tube Manufacturer Oct 31 Johnsons & Co, Louth
Birmingham WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH, Newport, I W Sept 29 Blachford & Co, Walbrook
Maw, HENRY, Epworth, Lincoln, Farmer Oct 1 Parkin & Co, Epworth WILLIAMS, Susan Jane, Illogan, Cornwall Sept 23 Paige & Grylls, Rudruth
MEANY, RICHARD, Leeds, Beerhouse Keeper Sept 26 Lupton & Fawcett, Leeds London Gazette.-- Tuesday, Aug. 23.
MILLER, MARK BENJAMIN, Southampton, Solicitor Oct 1 Stanton & Co, Southampton ABELL, EMMA, Worcester Oct 4 F & H Corbett, Worcester
NEWEY, Joun, Harborne, Birmingham Oct 3 Pinsent & Co, Birmingham ALLEN, ROBERT, Sheffield, Cutlery Manufacturer Sept 30 Simpson & Son, Sheffield
Nixon, WILLIAM EMMERSON, Jarrow, Durham Oct 15 Stobo & Livingston, Newcastle
upon Tyne BOWEN, ELEANOR, Anerley, Surrey Sept 20 Finch & Turner, Cannon st
PRYCE, Jane ANNE, Caersws, Montgomery Oct 1 Lamb Kyffin-Taylor, Birkenhead Bows, RICHARD, Blyton, Lincoln, Shoemaker Sept 14 Sharp, Epworth, nr Doncaster RANDALL, Jane Groves, Northwick ter, Maida Vale Sept 16 Paris & Co, South BRAITHWAITE, FLORENCE, Crawford st Sept 26 Hughes & Masterman, New Broad st
ampton Beuce, Rev THEOPHILUS ROBERT, Ripon, York Septi Wise & Son, Ripon
READ, JOSEPA, Ruabon, Denbigh, Collier Sept 12 Hughes, Wrexham
Robinson, ABRAHAM, Cockermouth, Cumberland Sept 17 CALMADY-HAMLYN, Vincent WALDO CALMADY, Bridestowe, Devon Sept 30
Waugh & Musgrave,
ROBINSON, EDWARD, Failsworth, Dr Manchester Sept 19 Rowland, Manchester CLARKSON, VICTORIA GEORGINA, Parliament st, Westminster Sept 23 Othen, jun,
SCHOLES, CHRISTOPHER Bulmax, Gt Lever, nr Bolton, Bank Manager Sept 28 Bulman, York bldgs, Adelphi
Manchester DownaLL, WILLIAM, Ashton in Makerfield, Lancs Sept 26 Ackerley & Son, Wigan
Scott, Rev FREDERICK Thomas, Hythe, Kent Sept 27 Waldron, Queen Anne's gate,
Westminster DRANSFIELD, WILLIAM, Sheffield, Railway Contractor Sept 30 Simpson & Son, Sheffield SHARPE, Mary ELIZABETH, Bicker, Lincoln, Farmer Sept 14 Waite & Co, Boston FOWLER, MATTHEW, Durham, MP Sept 2 Chambers, Durham
Taylor, RICHARD, Wigan, Cotton Spinner Sept 19 Wright & Appleton, Wigan FROST, ALFRED BOORRILL, Kingsthorpe, Northampton Sept 23 Darnell & Price, North TEWKESBURY, ALFRED CHARLES, Clerkenwell Sept 5 Clarke & Symes, Islington
ampton GOOD, ELIZABETH Anne, St Heliers, Jersey Sept 29 Perkins, Southampton
TURNER-Everett, EMMA, Old Ford rd, Victorii Park Sept 21 Creeke, jun, Leadenhall st Guy, HERBERT Winsloe, Paddington Nov 1 Munton & Morris, Queen Victoria st
WELLS, Thomas Percy, North st, Westminster, Civil Engineer Sept 20 Fanny Edith
Wells, North st, Westminster HARDY, Isaac, Boulton, Derby, Farmer Oct 1 Gadsby & Coxon, Derby
Williams, Rees, Cricklade, Wilts, Farmer Sept 19 Layton & Co, Budge row
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. STOREY, JOSEPH, South Shields, Bootmaker Newcastle on LEWIN, Joseph HENRY, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer Tyne Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
Sept 2 at 3 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
TEMPLEMAN, WILLIAM, Newmarket, Licensed Victualler Long, CHABLES, Plymouth, Photographer Sept 2 at 11
Off Rec, 6, Atheneum ter, Plymouth
Sept 2 at 11 Off Rec, Tripity House lane, Hull Kingston, Surrey Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
WILLIAMS, Joun, Craigydon, Llandudno, Lodging-house Moobes. WILLIAM, Whitchurch Canonicorum, nr Bridport, ALLEN, WILLIE, Barnsley, Yorks, Fruit Salesman Barnsley Keeper Bangor Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 21
Miller Sept 2 at 12 30 Off Rec, City chmbrs, Endless Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24
Youxgs, HARRY ARTHUR, Ipswich, Cabinet Maker Ipswich st, Salisbury BRADXACK, Lucy, Handsworth, Beer house keeper Birm Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
MORRIS, Joseph James, North Evington, Leicester, Boot ingham Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 23 BBAY, FREDERICK JAMES, Paddiogton, Cartage Contractor
Manufacturer Sept 2 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge
st, Leicester High Court Pet July 25 Ord Aug 22
ALDERSDEY, William, Bradford, Butcher Sept 2 at 11 PHILLIPS, DAVID, Neath, Glam, Grocer Sept 2 at 12 Off CAVE, THOMAS, Barwell, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer
Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansez Leicester Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
ANDREW3, SAMUEL, Exeter, Grocer Sept 8 at 10.30 Off PELLY, ALBERT CHAMPION, Worthing Sept 2 at 2.45 CUYLER, FJ, Jermyn st, St James's High Court Pet May 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
Melvill & Co, Liverpool gardens, Worthing 9 Ord Aug 22
ARTHUR, SIDNEY HERBERT FITZGERALD, Strand, Adver Pywell, GEORGE, Higham Ferrers, Northamptons, Grocer EADY, GEORGE I, Enfield, Surgeon Edmonton Pet July ti.ing Agent Sept 2 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Sept 6 at 12.30 Off Roc, County Court blāgs, Sheep st, 29 Ord Aug 22 Carey st
Northampton ELLIOT, JOSEPH STANISLAUS, Aighton Bailey, Lancs, Pro- BELL, GEORGE HUNTER, Newtown, Montgomery, Piano STEER, EDWIN P, Vincept sq Sept 8 at 12 Bankruptcy fessor of Music Blackburn Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23 forte Tuner Sept 10 at 1 1, High st, Newtown
bldgs, Carey st Evans, Jonx, Crickhowell, Brecknocks, Ironmonger Bentley, Jous Henry, Holmfirth, York, colicitor Sept Weston, David, Dudley, Grocer Sept 2 at 11 Off Rec, Tredegar Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 5 at 12 Off Rec, 19, John William st, Huddersfield
Wolverhampton st, Dudley GIBSON, WILLIAM RICHARD, south, Fruiterer Ply- | BLEASBY, JAMES ROBERT, Hunslet, Leeds, Carting Agent WAITFIELD, John, and RicHARD WATFIELD, Bramley, mouth Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 Sept 6 at 11_Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Builders Sept 6 at 12 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds GRIFFITHS, DAVID, Swansea Valley, Glam, Assorter Swan- Beydon, Jonn, Hetton-le-Hole, Durham, Butcher Sept 5 | Wergur, Ernest James, Dudley, Bicycle Maker Sept 2 at sea Pet Aug 20 Ord Aug 20 at 3 Off Rec, 25, John st, Sanderland
10,30_Off Rec, Wolverhampton st, Dudley GRIFFITH, WILLIAN MANWARING,
Chiswick, Hosier CHARLTON, WILLIAM, Heaton, Newcastle on Type, Cart Youngs, HARRY ARTHUR, Ipswich, Picture Frame Maker Brentford Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 23
Proprietor Sept 5 at 11.30 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Sept 6 at 12 Off Rec, 36, Princes st, Ipswich HARRINGTOX, ROBERT, Seaforth, Fruit Dealer Liverpool Newcastle on Tyne
ADJUDICATIONS. Pet July 29 Ord Aug 22
CLARKSON, William, Loughborough, Biker Sept 5 at H ABRIS, CHARLES, Neath, Glam, Builder Neath Pet Aug 12 30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester
AKERMAN, JH, Wilson st High Court Pet July 14 Ord 24 Ord Aug 24
Coates, John, South Bank, York, Carter Sept 2 at 3 Off Aug 22 HAWKES, SARAH, Luton, Bedford Luton Pet Aug 23 Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough
ALLDER, WILLIAM CHARLE3, Hampton Hill, Newsagent Ord Aug 23
CUNNINGHAM, Robert, Luton, Beds, Travelling Draper Kingston, Surrey Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22 HELLER, MYER, Manchester, Draper Manchester Pet
Sept 5 at 12 Off Rec, 14, St Paul's sq, Bedford
Willie, Barnsley, Yorks, Fruit Salesman Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
EcoTT, SKILLMAN, & Co, Walthamstow, Builders Sept 5 at Barnsley Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 KNIGHT, FREDERICK BLACKBURN LYdagur, Hampion 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
BARTLETT, Walter, Hounslow Brentford Pet May 7 Bishop, Herefords Hereford Pet Aug 11 Ord A ug 23 Facks & DIGBY, Gutter lane, Cheapside, Trimming Manu Ord Aug 22 Ksos, ANDERS, Tokenhouse bldgs, Match Merchant High facturers Sept 5 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st BIANCHI, FREDERICK Erico Lorenzo Francis, and HEXRY Court Pet July 27 Ord Aug 24
Foor, FREDERICK, Veovil, Painter Sept 2 at 1
GRORGE King, Bucklersbury, East India Merchants LEWIN, Joseph HENRY, Leicester, Bjot Manufacturer City chmbrs, Endless st, Salisbury
Bigh Court Pet July 6 Ord Aug 24 Leicester Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
FOESTER, MAX Samuel, Leeds, Tailor Sept 8 at 11 Off Cave, Thomas, Barwell, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer LIDDELL, PATRICK Joseph, Exeter, Accountant Exeter Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
Leicester Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23 Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 22
GILL, GEORGE, Heavitree, Devon, Horse Slaughterer Sept CLAY, HENRY, Liverpool, Dealer in Capitary Ware LIDDLE, THOsas, Gates pead, Glass Manufacturer New
8 at 10.30 Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
Liverpool Pet July 25 Ord Aug 22 castle on Tyne Pet Aug 23 Urd Aug 23
GREENACRE, HENRY, North Runcton, Norfolk, Farmer COBBETT, FRANK MANLEY, Ashley gdns, Victoria st High LUBCOMBE, ROBERT HENRY, Dowlais, Glam, Painter Sept 3 at 1 Off Rec, 3, King st, Norwich
Court Pet June 2 Ord Aug 24 Merthyr Tydfil Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
HABDWICK, GEORGE, Sheffield, Bootmaker Sept 7 at 2 Off Daix, CHARLES MAJOR, Curlew st, Horsleydowo, Bottled MARGERESON, JAMES, West Bridgford, Notts, Commercial Rec, Figtree In, Sheffield
Beer Merchant High Court Pet July 30 Ord Aug 22 Traveller Nottingham Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 HELLER, MYER, Manchester, Draper Sept 5 at 2.30 Off Doyle, JOSEPA STANISLAUS, Sevenoaks, Kent, Farmer MAXWELL, GEORGE, Consett, Durham, Builder Newcast!e Rec, Byrom st, Manchester
Tunbridge Wells Pet July 19 Ord Aug 22 on Tyne Ptt Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
HELLER, CHARLES, and SIGISMUND HELLER, Manchester, ELLIOT, Josep STANISLAUS, Aighton Bailey, Lincs, ProMAY, CHARLES, Canton, Cardiff, Fried Fish Dealer Cardiff General Merchants Sept 5 at 3
Off Rec, Byrom st, fessor of Music Blackburn Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23 Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
Joan, Crickhowell, Breckaccks, Ironmonger MEADOWCROFT, John, Oldham, Butcher Oldham Pet Hill, Ben, Bootle, Lancs Sept 7 at 12 of Rec, 35, Tredegar Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 21 Aug 22_Ord Aug 22
Victoria st, Liverpool
FAWCETT, ROBERT, and William FAWCETT, Withington, PALLETT, THOMAS JOSEPH, Loughborough, Seedsman HIND, Thomas, Milford, Surrey, Cattle Dealer Sept 2 at Lanos, Upholsterers Stockport Pet Aug 9 Ord Leicester Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 11.30 24, Railway app, London Bridge
Aug 21 PARGETER, ALBERT ARTHUR, Chesham, Provision Dealer HOBBS, ROBERT, Ogmore Vale, Glam, Bootmaker Sept 6 FIELDING, FRED, Abertillery, Mon, Grocer Tredegar Pet Aylesbury Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 at 11_Off Rec; 29, Queen st, Cardiff
Aug 17 Ord Aug 22 REDDING, MARIAN, Queen's gate High Court Pet July Kelsey, Lucien, Kilburn Sept 2 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, GIBBON, HENRY, Ipswich, Grocer Ipswich Pet July 23 30 Ord Aug 24 Carey st
Ord Aug 23 REYNOLDS, GERALD GEORGE, Bristol, Clerk Bristol Pe! KENNEDY, I D, Moorgate st, Company Promoter Sept 2 at Gibson, WILLIAM RICHARD, Plymouth, Fruilerer Plymouth Aug 22 Ord Aug 22 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 STEER, Edwin P, Vincent eq High Court Pet July 14 LEVY, D A H, Maida Vale, Commercial Traveller Sept 2 GRIFFITHS, DAVID, Swansea Valley, Glam, Assorter Ord Aug 4 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Swansea Pet Aug 20 Ord Aug 20
HARBIS, CHARLES, Neath, Glam, Builder Neath Pet Aug Watts, J HUNTER, Lombard st High Court Pet Aug 10 COURTNEY, WILLIAM Henry, Moseley, Worcs, Clerk Bir24 Ord Aug 24 Ord Aug 25
mingham Pet Aug 15 Ord Aug 27 INGRAM, Thomas, Walsall, Butcher Walsall Pet Aug 19 Waile, JOHN Hadley Campbell, Birmingham, General CROSTHWAITE, Thomas ELLERAY, jun, Windermere, WestOrd Aug 20 Caster Birmingham Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 26.
morland, Grocer_Kendal Pet Aug 27 Ord Aug 27 Jones, HARRY Vernon, Pimlico, Fruit Broker High
Foot, FREDERICK, Yeovil, Painter Yeovil Pet Aug 9 Court Pet June 4 Ord July 23 Amended notice substituted for that published in the
Ord Aug 27
London Gazette of July 23 : Joxes, ROBERT, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvons, Boot Dealer
Gittins, TIMOTHY HEWITT, Liverpool Liverpool Pet Bangor Pet Aug 5. Ord Aug 22 Lowe, WILLIAM, Scotter, Liqcs, Grocer Lincoln Pet
May 24 Ord Aug 25 LIDDLE, THOMAS, Gateshead, Glass Manufacturer New July 11 Ord July 22
HAINSWORTH, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Girlington, Bradford, castle on Tyne Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED.
Labourer Bradford Pet Aug 25 Ord Aug 25 LEWIN, JOSEPH HENRY, Leicester, Boot Manufacturer
HARRINGTON, ROBERT, Seaforth, Fruit Dealer Liverpool Leicester Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22 WHITE, EMILY THERESA, Liverpool, Boot Dealer Liver
Pet July 23 Ord Aug_26 LUSCOMBE, ROBERT HENRY, Dowlais, Glam, Painter
pool Ord June 17 Reec Aug 12
Hawkes, SARAJ, Luton, Beds Luton Pet Aug 23 Ord Merthyr Tydfil Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
Aug 27 MARGERESON, JAMES, West Bridgford, Notts, Commercial
HELLER, MYER, Cheetham, Manchester, Draper ManTraveller Nottingham Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 ALDER, WILLIAM CHARLES, Hampton Hill, Newsagent chester Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23 MANNERS, EDWARD, Northallerton, Yorks, Farmer
Sept 7 at 11.30_24, Railway app, London B.idge HUTCHINSON, John, Patterdale, Westmorland, Iankeeper Northallerton Pet July 16 Ord Aug 22
BAKER, BENJAMIN HOWARD, Liverpool, Drysalter Sept 7 Carlisle Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 26 MARSH, John Thomas, Mossley, Lancs, Clerk Ashton at 2 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
ISBERY, ARTHUR FREDERICK, Kelvedon, Essex, Ionkeeper under Lyne Pet Aug 5 Ord Aug 18
Bell, Arthur, Bradford, Painter Sept 8 at 11 Of Rec, Joxes, Chester, skewen, nr Neath, Coulminer Neath Pet MAXWELL, GEORGE, Consett, Durham, Builder Newcastle 31, Manor row, Bradford on Tyne Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 23
BELLAMY, JOAN HENRY, Gt Grimsby, Smackowner's Aug 25 Ord Aug 25 MEADOWCROFT, JOnn, Oldham, Butcher Oldham Pet Manager Sept 6 at 11 Off Rec, 15, Osborne st, Gt LEAK, CHABLES, Carnarvon, Boot Dealer Bangor Pet Aug 22_Ord Aug 22 Grimsby
July 4 Ord Aug 21 NEWMAN, WILLIAM, Penge, Confectioner Croydon Pet BRAY, FREDERICK JAMES, London st, Paddington, Cartage Lion, SAMUEL L, Victoria av, Bishopsgate st, Boot Dealer Aug 15 Ord Aug 18
Contractor Sept 7 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st High Court Pet July 19 Ord Aug 27 PALLETT, THOMAS JOSEPH, Loughborough, Seedsman BROOKS, HARRY, Southend on Sea, Bricklayer Sept 7 at 3 MCCULLOUGH, David, Lewisham, Kent, Furrier High Leicester Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple avenue
Court Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 25 PARGETER, ALBERT ARTHUR, Chesham, Provision Dealer Conen, EDWARD, Birmingham, Boot Dealer Sept 7 at 12 MULLAXEY, Denis, Heaton Norris, Lancs, Builder Stock Aylesbury Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
port Pet Aug 27 Ord Aug 27 POTTER, CHARLES WILLIAM, Twickenham Brentford Pet COURTNEY, WILLIAM Henry, Moseley, Worc3, Clerk Sept Nixon, JAMES, Lanercost. Cumberland, Farmer, Carlisle July 22 Ord Aug 22 9 at 11 174, Corporation st, Birmingham
Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 25 REYNOLDS, GEBALD GEORGE, Bristol, Clerk Bristol Pet CUYLER, FJ, Jermyn st, St James's Sept 7 at 1 Bank- | PAILLIPS, ALFRED, Pootlottyn, Glam, Grooer Merthyr Aug 22 Ord Aug 22 ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Tydfil Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 27 STOREY, JOSEPH, South Shields, Bootmaker Newcastle on Dyson, GEORGE FRANCIS, Westbar, Sheffield, Licensed RUNDLE, EDWIN RICHARD, Plymouth Plymouth Pet Aug Tyne Pet Avg 23 Ord Aug 23
Victualler Sept 7 at 2.30 Off Rec, Figtree In, Sheffield 8 Aug 27 TEMPLEMAN, WILLIAU, Newmarket, Licensed Victualler FawoBTT, Robert, and William FAWCETT, Withington, STAFFORD, HARRY FREDERICK, Oldham Grocer Oldham Cambridge Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 22
Lancs, Upholsterers Sept 7 at 3.15 Off Rec, Byrom st, Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 25 Thomas, Joon DAVID, Whitchurch, ar Bristol, School Manchester
STEPHENSON, John Thomas, Wakefield, Bootmaker Wakemaster Bristol Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 24
FIELDING, Fred, Abertillery, Mon, Grocer Sept 6 at 11.30 field Pet Aug 23 Ord Aug 26 VICARY, ROBERT, Bedmids er, Bristol, Grocer Bristl Pet
Exeter TowxSEND, WILLIAM, Bow, Devon, Farmer
Pet Off Rec, Westgate chmbrs, Newport, Mon Aug 16 Ord Aug 24
Gibson, WILLIAM RICHARD, Plymouth, Fruiterer Sept 6 at Aug 27 Ord Aug 27 WALTON, FRANK, and MARIAN WALTON, Walsall, Musical 11 'Off Rec, 6, Athenæum tce, Plymouth
Vesey, MARIE Leon, Jermyn st, St James's High Court Instrument Dealers Walsall Pet Aug 11 Ord Hansen, STEEN, Liverpool, Boarding house Keeper Sept Pet June 23 Ord Aug 25 Aug 19
7 at 2.30 Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool West, HARRY, Southampton, Grocer Southampton Pet HARRISON, JOHN, Leeds, Retail Clothier Sept 12 at 12 Off
Amended notice substituted for that published in the Aug 22 Ord Aug 22 Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
London Gazette of July 29: WILLIAMS, JOHN, Craigydon, Llandudno, Lodgiog house HAWKYARD, William Winn, Leeds, Wool!en Merchant Lowe, WILLIAM, Scotter, Lincs, Grocer Lincoln Pet Keeper Bangor Pet Aug 24 Ord Aug 24 Sept 8 at 12 Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
July 11 Ord July 22
Commission Agents High Court Pet July 5 Ord Sept 7 at 12.30 Off Rec, Baldwin st, Bristol
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of additional facilities in a "contributory place” (viz., in most by Fry, J., in Saner v. Bilton (No. 2) (27 W.R. 472, 11 Ch. D. cases, a parish) within their district. The Post Office Amend- 416), where the original action was dismissed with costs to be ment Act, 1895, gave a like power to parish councils, to be paid by the plaintiff, and the counter-claim was also dismissed, exercised, presumably, though the Act is silent upon the point, with costs to be paid by the defendant. Certain costs, of course, with respect to their own parish only. It might, of course, are peculiar to the claim or the counter-claim, and there is no happen that the establishment of a post or telegraph office near doubt how, upon such a result, they ought to be borne ; but in to but outside the boundaries of a particular rural district or dealing with costs common to the claim and counter-claim, such parish might be of great advantage to the inhabitants of as term fees, and, in general, foes on briefs, the case is different, & place within the district or to the inhabitants of the and, since both parties are involved in the litigation, it would parish; but in such cases the district or parish council was, not be unreasonable for an apportionment of such items to be most probably, powerless to give the necessary guarantee. made. In Shrapnel v. Laing (36 W. R. 297, 20 Q. B. D. 334) This difficulty is removed by the new Act. Although the office is the late Master of the Rolls suggested, too, that the cost of the to be established or the facilities provided outside the boundaries writ was an item which might have to be so apportioned. In of the area for which the guaranteeing authority acts, the Saner v. Bilton, however, Fry, J., laid down the rule that the guarantee may be given if the authority is of opinion that that costs of the claim were first to be taxed as though the claim had area will be benefited by the arrangement. Where in such a been prosecuted by itself, and that the counter-claim was to bear case the guarantee is given by the district council, the consent of only those items by which the expense of the litigation had been the parish council or parish meeting of the parish which is actually increased. This result was arrived at after consultation supposed to be about to derive the benefit must be obtained. with four equity taxing-masters, who in turn consulted two This is only right, for under the Acts of 1891 and 1895 the common law masters, and it was approved by the Court of expenses incurred under the guarantee are to be defrayed by Appeal in Mason v. Brentini (29 W.R. 126, 15 Ch. D. 287), where, the parish or parishes for whose benefit the liability has been as in Saner v. Bilton, the claim and counter-claim were both incurred. The new Act does not extend to Scotland, although dismissed with costs, and also in Ward v. Morse (31 W. R. 936, the Act of 1895, as amended by the Post Office and Telegraph 23 Ch. D. 377), where the claim and the counter-claim were alike Act, 1897, does so apply.
successful. In both Baines 7. Bromley (29 W. R. 706, 6 Q. B. D. 691) and Shrapnel v. Laing (supra), however, there are
to be found dicta of Lord ESHER, M.R., in favour of what BY SECTION 22 of the Settled Land Act, 1882, it is provided appears to be the more equitable principle, that items which are that capital monoy arising under the Act shall be paid either to common to the claim and counter-claim that is, items which the trustees of the settlement or into court, at the option of the must have been incurred by the defendant had he brought an tenant for life. In Re Fisher and Grazebrook's Contract (ante, independent action-ought to be apportioned. These dicta p. 731) an attempt was made to use this option for the purpose have now been considered by the Court of Appeal in Atlas Metal of getting rid of the necessity of appointing trustees of the Co. v. Miller, but they have not been accepted as really infringsettlement. It was contended on behalf of a vendor tenant for ing the established rule. The person upon whom fall the costs life that, if the vendor elected to have the money paid into of the claim does not benefit in any way by the fact that a court, the purchaser would got a good title, although there counter-claim has been made. He is primarily responsible for the were no trusteos, and although he knew that there were no litigation and he must bear the brunt of it. But when a claim trustees. But though up to a certain point a purchaser need has once been made, the defendant is at liberty to introduce a not concern himself with the existence of trustees, yet the counter-claim, and the counter-claim then profits by the prodecisions on the subject have not gone as far as this. Trustees cedure. "Counter-claims,” said LINDLEY, MR., in his judg. ought to be in existence for the purpose of receiving notice of ment in the present case, “although cross-actions for all an intended sale or lease by the tenant for life, and also, when purposes of procedure and evidence, cost less than actions, and any money is payable, for the purpose of receiving the the party who has to pay the costs of the counter-claim gets the money. With the giving of the notice, however, the benefit of the cheaper procedure." intending purchaser or losseo is not directly concerned, and, if he deals in good faith with the tenant for life, his title will not be invalidated by the fact that no notice has been given (Settled Land Act, 1882, s. 45 (3)). Hence in the case of a THE PRISONS REPORT AND THE PRISON ACT, 1898. lease the lessee may get a good title although there are no
I. trustees at the date of the lease (Mogridge v. Clapp, 1892, 3 Ch. The Report of the Prison Commissioners for the year ending Fanagan, 30 L. R. Ir. 111). And in the case of a salo it is book, comos at an opportune time to emphasize the changes in sufficient if there are trustees at the time when the sale is prison administration which are about to be made under the completed (Hatton v. Russell, 38 Ch. D. 334). But in both Prison Act, 1898 (61 & 62 Vict. c. 41). When the report was Hatten v. Russell and Mogridge v. Clapp it was intimated that the existence of trustees at that time is necessary. The
written that measure was still under Parliamentary consideratenant for life,” said KAY, J., in the former case, where there In the main these have now reccived the sanction of the Legis.
tion, and the report only refers in general terms to its proposals. are trustees, has an option. He may then direct the purchaser to pay the money either to the trustees or into court ; but I lature. The most fundamental change, it is observed in the think it is obvious that the meaning of the option is that he may report, is the conferring upon the Home Secretary of power, subchoose between the two, and that that option cannot properly be ment of local and convict prisons. At present the rules for exercised, and cannot really be exercised at all, if there are no local prisons are chiefly contained in the schedule to the Prison trustees.” Grazebrook's Contract, and held that the purchaser was entitled Act, 1865 (28 & 29 Vict. c. 126), and, being statutory, cannot to insist on the appointment of trustees of the settlement prior has been found to be a hindrance to changes in matters of detail to completion by the purchaser. The decision, it is to be which experience has shown to be desirable. Under section 2 observed, went on the ground of the purchaser's knowledge that of the recent Act the Secretary of State is empowered to make there were no trustees. If he had paid the money into court rulos (in the Act called prison rules) for the government of under the belief that there were trustees for the purposes of local prisons and convict prisons, and thereby to regulate, in aceste the Settled Land Acts, it appears that he would have got a other things, (a) any matter dealt with in Schedule I. to the Age good title.
of 1865, and (b) any matter which under the new Act
regulated by prison rules. Rules thus made are to be laid IN THE recent case of Atlas Metal Co. v. Miller (46 W. R. before each House of Parliament, and will be subject to the vetu 657) the Court of Appeal affirmed the rule as to apportionment of either House. of custs between a claim and a counter-claim which has been Another change of great importance introduced by the Act is established by a series of casos, The question was considered the division into three classes of prisoners convicted either on