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indictment or otherwise, and not sentenced to penal servitude or 1,247 to 2,401; offences against the Highway Acts from 15,915 hard labour. This is effected by section 6, sub-section (1). to 29,328 (including 4,827 bicycle offences under the Local The assignment of the prisoner to his proper division will rent Government Act, 1888); offences against police regulations, with the court by which he is convicted. By sub-section (2) local bye-laws, &c., from 48,964 to _76,955 ; and cases of is is provided that where a prisoner is sentenced to imprisonment drunkendess from 147,548 to 162,695. In addition to the above without hard labour, the court may, if it thinks fit, having the dog-muzzling orders were responsible in 1896 for 21,391 regard to the nature of the offence and the antecedents of the convictions. Altogether the convictions for the offences specified offender, directthat he be treated as an offender of the first or of the in the table rose in the ten years from 229,285 to 324,944, an second division. In the absence of direction the offender will, increase of 95,659. unless his case falls within the further provisions of the section, A further justification for the separation of prisoners into be treated as an offender of the third division. Sub-section (3) different classes is to be found in the slight nature of the punishmakes special provision for persons imprisoned for default in ment which in the majority of cases is inflicted. “ Theoreticpayment of a debt, or in default of satisfying a sum of money ally,” says the report, “the length of the sentence passed upon ordered to be paid by a court of summary jurisdiction. In such prisoners may be taken as evidence of the character of the a case, when the imprisonment is to be without hard labour, the offence, whether trivial or not. Judged by this standard, the prisoner is to be placed in a separate division and treated criminality of persons sentenced to imprisonment in local prisons under special prison rules. He is not to be placed in association must in a large proportion of cases be extremely trivial.

OI with criminal prisoners, nor is he to be compelled to wear prison the total number of prisoners received during the year, 38 per dress, unless his own clothing is unfit for use. Sub-section (4) cent. of the males and 43 per cent. of the females were sentenced directs that a person imprisoned for default of finding sureties to one week and under, while the proportion of those sentenced for keeping the peace or for being of good behaviour, shall be to two weeks and under was 62 per cent. of the males and 70 treated under the rules of the second division, unless he is a per cent. of the females, and of those sentenced to three months convicted prisoner, or the court directs him to be treated under and under it was 94 per cent. of the males and 98 per cent. of the rules of the first division.

the females.” It is clear, therefore, that in the vast majority of The statistics which are given in the appendices and sum cases the new system of dividing prisoners into classes will have marized in the report amply justify the determination to save the effect of placing the prisoner in the more favoured classesfrom contact with actual criminals persons who are imprisoned either in the first or the second division. for a civil debt, or whose offence is only technically of a criminal nature and is not punished with imprisonment at all save as an alternative where default is made in payment of a fine. The total number of persons received during the year in

REVIEWS. local prisons was 167,574. Of these 10,756 persons were

POOR LAW. imprisoned as debtors ; 1,776 in default of sureties; and 1,077 ARCHBOLD's Poor LAW. FIFTEENTH Edition. By JAMES BROOKE were soldiers and sailors sentenced by courte-martial. This

LITTLE, B.A., Barrister-at-Law. Shaw & Sons; Butterworth & left as the number of persons imprisoned under ordinary Co. sentences 153,965. This figure, however, by no means shews

A new edition of this work is very welcome. The last edition was the real amount of criminality represented by the population of some twenty-three years old and quite out of date in many respects ; the local prisons. The greater number are under sentence of the present brings the law on the subject down to the preseut time. imprisonment simply for default in payment of a fine. The The constitution, powers, and duties of the various authorities who roport does not give the actual number of such prisoners for administer the poor law, from the Local Government Board to the 1897; but for 1896 the number sentenced to imprisonment collector of poor rates, are dealt with in the first part; poor relief, without option of a fine was 69,302, while the number including the management of workhouses, occupies the second part, sentenced in default of payment of a fine was 78,743, of whom Perhaps the last three parts, relating to the law of settlement and 40,613 were sentenced to imprisonment with hard labour, and consulted by practising lawyers. The statement of the law and the

removal of the poor and the poor rate, will be the most frequently 38,130 to imprisonment without hard labour. Upon this state comments on decided cases are lucid, and the whole work keeps up of things the report observes as follows: “It thus happens, the high standard of the previous editions. It deserves a better perhaps inevitably, that imprisonment is used as the single binding and get-up; and to our thinking a book of this magnitude instrument to serve a double purpose : firstly, its essential and is better printed on pages of larger dimensions ; it would then be primary purpose-viz., the protection of society by depriving less anxious to part with its cover than a book of the thickness of certain offenders of their liberty ; secondly, as an alternative the new edition of Archbold. to the payment of a sum of money in cases where, at least in theory, the offence would be satisfied by such payment without loss of liberty. Under the law as it stands the treatment in both cases is practically the same, a state of things which we

CASES OF THE WEEK. regard as somewhat anomalous and unsatisfactory.” Uoder

Before the Vacation Judge. the provisions, however, of the recent Act, which have just been referred to, the 38,130 persons imprisoned without hard

Re VICTORIA DATE CO. (LIM.). 7th Sept. labour in default of paying a fine, as well as the 10,756 im- COMPANY-WINDING UP-JURISDICTION- FOREIGN COMPANY WITH BRANCH prisoned debtors, will be dissociated from the criminal prisoners

OFFICE IN ENGLANN. and subjected to treatment under special prison rules in a This was a petition by Messrs. George Newnes (Limited) that the separate division, and the greater number of the 1,776 persons Victoria Date Co. (Limited) might be wound up by the court under the imprisoned in default of sureties will be treated under the rules provisions of the Companies Acts, 1862 to 1890. The respondent company of the first or second division.

is a foreign company consisting of more than seven members, and not

registered under the Companies Act, 1862. In 1895 the company was In this connection it may be observed that the catalogue of registered at Liege, in Belgium, the registered office being at 13, Rue quasi-criminal offences, for which a fine is the usual punishment, Saint Marie, Liege. Its principal place of business in England is situate is continually on the increase, and this accounts for the rise The petitioners are creditors for £5,021 68. 4d. for advertising. In sup

known as the Victoria Works, 112, Belvedere-road, Lambeth. there has been in the total number of convictions on indictment port of the petition, Buckley on Companies, 7th ed., pp. 246 and 466 ; Re and summarily during the last ten years. The number was Matheson Brothers (Limited) (32 W. R. 846, 27 Ch. D. 225), Re Mercantile 644,296 in 1896, as against 519,781 in 1885-6, or an increase of Bank of Australia (40 W. R. 440 ; 1892, 2'ch. 204), and Re' Federal Bank of 23 per cent. A table is given showing the number of convic- Australia (1893, W. N. 46, 77, 41 W. R. Dig. 45) were referred to, and it

was submitted that there was jurisdiction to make the order. Upon behalf tions in the same years for certain specified offences, for the of the company and the foreign liquidator the winding-up order was conpurpose of illustrating how enormously the volume of so-called sented to, but it was asked that the order should be limited, so that the crime is increased by convictions for offences, which, though foreign liquidator's interests should be protected. serious in their social effect, would not usually be held to brand The liquidator to take possession of and protect the English assets only

PHILLIMORE, J., ordered the company to be wound up compulsorily. their perpetrator as a criminal. Thus the convictions for adul- and not to take any further steps without the leave of the court, and teration of food and drugs have risen in the ten years from notice being given to the foreign liquidator. The solicitors for the

company (who were also the solicitors for the foreign liquidator) to be served as solicitors for the foreign liquidator as well as solicitors for the

LEGAL NEWS. company.-COUNSEL, Carrington ; Bethell. SOLICITORS, G. H. Hoyle ; Booty f Bayliffe.

OBITUARY. [Reported by J. E. Aldous, Barrister-at-Law.]

Mr. WILLIAM Coode, solicitor, clerk of the peace for Comwall, and clerk to the county council, died at his residence at St. Austell on the 4th inst. at the age of sixty-two. Mr. Coode was senior partner in the firm

of Coode, Shilson, & Co., St. Austell, solicitors and bankers, of which his CASES OF LAST SITTINGS,

only surviving son, Mr. W.M. Coode, solicitor, is a member. In 1889

he was appointed by quarter sessions to the office of county treasurer, in Court of Appeal.

succession to his brother, and this was confirmed by the county council

when it came into existence. After the death of Mr. H. 8. Stokes, in ROBINSON & CO. (LIM.) v. HEWER. No. 2. 10th August. 1895, the vacant offices of clerk of the peace and the county council CONTRACT OF SERVICE-MASTER AND SERVANT-NEGATIVE STIPULATION were conferred on Mr. Coode, whose father and grandfather had held the

AGAINST ENGAGING IN SIMILAR BUSINESS-BREACH OF CONTRACT — position of clerk of the peace in the county. For many years he was VALIDITY-INJUNCTION.

Clerk to the St. Austell Board of Guardians, an office which he relinquished

when he received the county appointment. In many matters of public This was an appeal of the plaintiffs from North, J., who refused to importance in his own locality his advice and assistance were frequently grant an injunction under the following circumstances. By an agreement sought. He was a man of great assiduity in business, and of kindly dated the 8th of February, 1895, the defendant entered the service of the disposition, and he will be greatly missed by those who have been closely plaintiffs as their confidential clerk for a term of five years, renewable at associated with him. Although he did not enjoy robust health, he the option of the plaintiffs for a further term of five years. By clause 6 of attended with regularity and persistence to the onerous duties which the agreement the defendant agreed that he would not during his engage - devolved upon him in connection with county administrative business. ment enter into any business either directly or indirectly of a similar Mr. Coode leaves a widow and six children. nature to that of the plaintiffs under penalty of instant dismissal, nor would he enter into any other business whatever; the defendant further

Mr. HENRY JACKSON TORR, solicitor, of the firm of Messrs. Torr, covenanted that if he should be dismissed from the plaintiffs' service either Gribble, Qadie, & Sinclair, 38, Bedford-row, died quite suddenly on the 30th during the first five years or the further period of five years of his service, ult., his death being due to the excessive heat. Mr. Torr was educated at he would not engage during the next ensuing three years in any business Harrow and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he took his B.A. degree of a similar nature to that of the plaintiffs within 150 miles of Wolver- in 1871. Before being articled he entered at Lincoln's-inn and read for hampton. In 1898 the defendant of his own accord left the plaintiffs' the Bar and, though not called, he retained his membership in the inn up service and joined a rival firm, contending that his engagement with the to the date of his death. He was admitted in 1874. Mr. Torr and his plaintiffs had been terminated. The plaintiffs thereupon commenced this father had been connected for over fifty years with the firm of which both action, and moved for an interlocutory injunction to restrain the defendant were in turu senior partners. The father was one of the founders of the until the trial of the action or further order from carrying on any business Solicitors' Benevolent Association, of which the son was a generous relating to goods sold by the plaintiffs, or from travelling for any persons supporter. Mr. H. J. Torr was of a retiring disposition, but those who other than the plaintiffs in breach of the agreement. North, J., following knew him well recognized his unusual powers of mind, bis unvarying Ehrmann v. Bartholomew (46 W. R. 509 ; 1898, 1 Ch. 671), refused the gentleness of disposition, and his deep and correct knowledge of law, and motion. The plaintiffs appealed, and urged that the engagement was still bis logs will be widely felt. subsisting; the defendant could not escape from his employment by absenting himself ; the liability on the plaintiffs for the defendant's salary

APPOINTMENTS. still continued. In the course of the argument, on a suggestion made by

Mr. W. BEDFORD GLASIER, of 47, Essex-street, Strand, bas been the bench, the plaintiffs undertook not to exercise their option to renew appointed a Commissioner for the County of London for the State of New the service for a further period of five years.

York to take Proof and Acknowledgment of Deeds, &c., to be Recorded in The COURT (LINDLEY, M.R., and CHITTY and COLLINS, L.JJ.) allowed and to Administer Oaths for such State. Mr. Glasier was admitted in the appeal.

Decembe 1878. LINDLEY, M.R.-In this case we are harassed by the peculiar form of Mr. ARTHUR J. Hills, of the firm of Burgess, Cosens, & Co., 5, Laurence the appeal, and the course taken by both sides. The justice of the case Pountney-hill, E C., has been appointed a Perpetual Commissioner for requires some injunction, the defendant doing now what he has no business Taking Acknowledgments of Married Women for the City and County of to do. The clause in the agreement is a peculiar one. [His lordsbip read London and the Counties of Hertford and Bedford. the clause and considered it, and continued :) The first question is whether that clause is invalid in point of law. To my mind there is no authority to shew that it is illegal; it is confined to during the engagement;

CHANGES IN PARTNERSHIPS, &c. but when one talks about an injunction to enforce it, there is a real diff

D18SOLUTION. culty. This court will never enforce an agreement by which one person undertakes to become the slave of another, and therefore an injunction

John Stone, AUSTIN Joseph KING, HENRY CHARLES STONE, BENJAMIN in these terms cannot be right; it would be invalid in point of law. But Hick Watts, and Charles EDWARD THOMAS, solicitors (Stone, King, & Co.), the plaintiffs say, We want to hold him to his bargain so far as competing 12, New.court, Lincoln's-inn, and 13, Queen-square, Bath. So far as the with us is concerned ; that does not sin against the principle I have laid said Benjamin Rick Watts is concerned. June 30. [Gazette, Sept. 2. down. Mr. Swipfen Eady has undertaken not to exercise his option of renewing the agreement, and that gets rid of that difficulty. The next

GENERAL, clause is, the defendant covenants not to engage in any similar business for three years should he be dismissed. The plaintiffs decline to dismiss

The following are the circuits chosen by the judges for the ensuing him, and he ought to be restrained in the terms of the first paragraph of Autumn Assizes :. South-Eastern Circuit, Sir Henry Hawkins; Midland the 6th clause during the engagement. The appeal must be allowed.

Circuit, Mr. Justice Mathew; North and South Wales Circuits, Mr.

Justice Day; Western Circuit, Mr. Justice Kennedy; Oxford Circuit, Mr. CHITTY, L.J.-The relation of the plaintiffs to the defendant is that of Justice Ridley; Northern Circuit, Mr. Justice Bigham and Mr. Justice master and servant. The 6th clause is sub-divided by the words “duriug Phillimore; North-Eastern Circuit, Mr. Justice Darling and Mr. Justice the engagement,” and it appears to me that during the engagement Channell. Prisoners only will be tried at these assizes except at Man. there is a valid contract in point of law. The plaintiffs say, We will not chester and Liverpool on the Northern, Leeds on the North-Eastern, Birdismiss you ; the result is that there is still a continuing engagement. In mingham on the Midland, and Swansea on the North and South Wales my opinion the two parts of clause 6 are clearly separable. We are not Circuits, where civil causes will also be taken. Justices Hawkins, Day, to consider whether the covenant is good or bad in law, but whether the and Kennedy are expected to leave town for their respective circuits on court will grant an injunction. The great objection has been removed the 25th of October. by Mr. Swinfen Eady undertaking to make the term two years from now. Therefore there is no objection to the granting of the limited injunction magistrates for issue in cases where they are satisfied that an applicant

The following form of certificate has been approved by the metropolitan asked for at the bar and stated by the Master of the Rolls. COLLINS, LJ.-My views have been so exactly stated that I do not wish | Vaccination Act, 1898:

has a conscientious objection to vaccination as provided in section 2 of the to add any observations of my own. Appeal allowed.-COUNSEL, Swinfen hereby certify that

Metropolitan Police District. To wit, -I E dy, Q.C., and Mickiem ; Everitt, Q.C., and O L. Clare. SOLICITORS, of the child

the parent (or other person having the custody) born on the

day of

18 has this day Sharpe, Parker, $ Co., for Hunt & Skidmore, Wolverhampton; Rowcliffes, stated before me that-he conscientiously believes that vaccination will be Rawle, $ Co., for Bremner, Sons, $ Corlett, Liverpool.

prejudicial to the health of the said child, and that-he has a conscien[Reported by W. SHALLCROSS GODDARD, Barrister-at-Law.]

tious objection to the child being vaccinated on that ground : and I am satisfied that-he has such conscientious belief. Given under my hand at the Police-court, this

day of

18

of the magistrates of the police-courts of the metropolis. Schedule III., At the adjourned bearing of the charges against Major Spilsbury in E. 9, certificate of objectson, Vaccination Act, 1898 61 & 62 Vict. C. 49)." connection with the Tourmaline case, the Chief Justice of Gibraltar, Mr. An important point as to the liability of publicans was raised, says the 8. H. Gatty, extended the time allowed for the application for leave to Times, at the Solihull Licensing Session on the 6th inst. Mr. Dominick appeal to the Privy Council, and the case was adjourned until the 1st of Daly, barrister, appeared in his private capacity to object to the renewal December. Bail was increased, the defendant being bound over himself of the licence of the Boat Inn between Solihull and Hampden-in-Arden. in £1,000, with two oureties of £500 each,

Recently Mr. Daly and his wife on a very hot Saturday afternoon called at

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the Boat Jun and asked to be served with some tea. The landlord, John RUGBY AND NEWBOLD Cement CO, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)--Creditors are required, on Knight, refused to supply them, saying that he could not supply tea as it

or before Sept 24, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts

and claims, to Alfred Ebenezer Wenham, Waterloo st, Birmingham, Wragge & Co, did not pay. Subsequently he referred them to his wife, who said she Birmingham, solors for liquidator could not be bothered. On behalf of Knight, it was now stated that there William Reynolds & Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 10, to send was no convenience at the time Mr. Daly called. The magistrates severely their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John Merrett cautioned the landlord, and said many publicans appeared to think their w. SUMMERSCALES & Sons, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 19, to send

Wade, 6, Fenwick st, Liverpool. Field & Co, Liverpool, solors for liquidator houses were merely drink shops, whereas they were houses of refreshment. their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Richard Licensed holders were as much bound to sell tea as to sell drink. Any Gardner Robson, 25, Barlow ter, Keighley, York. Wright & Waterworth, Keighley, future similar case would be treated with severity. The licence was

solors to liquidator

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. renewed.

BRITISH QUEEN FRIENDLY BURIAL SOCIETY, British Queen, Bridge st, 8t Helens, LadAt the Alton Brewster Sessions on the 6th inst., says the Daily News,

caster. Aug 22

London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Sept. 6. Mr. Raynor Storr, of Highcombe Edge, Hindhead, representing the

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. Crayshott and District Refreshments Co. (Limited), applied for a licence

LIMITED IN CHANOERY. to sell intoxicating liquors on premises at Crayshott Rising, in the neigh- ASHBURNHAM TINPLATE Co, LIMITED (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are re

quired, on or before Sept 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of bourhood of Hindhead. Messrs. G. & E. Hall, brewers, of Alton, also their debts or claims, to Samuel Taylor and Isaac Phillips, 3, Temple bldgs, Goat st, applied for a licence. There is no public-house there at present. The Swansea Crayshott Refreshment Association is a philanthropic body presided over

AUTOMATIC STAMP DELIVERY CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 21, by Sir F. Pollock, and under the patronage of the Bishop of Chester.

to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to AR

Abbott, 61, Grarechurch st Standard, Eastcheap, solor This body wishes to build and conduct the public-house itself, not on British TYPE FOUNDRY, LIMITED - Petn for winding up, presented Aug 31, directed to be teetotal lines, but as a good, comfortable, public tavern under responsible heard on Sept 14 Chalton Hubbard, 40, Chancery lane, petner and solor Notice of philanthropic management, where the beer will be of the best. Both the

appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of

Sept 13 refreshment company and the brewers have secured sites for their premises. Medico-Hygienic Inventions Co, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) - Creditors are required. 09 The case was, therefore, a pitched battle between brewer and bishop for a or before Oct 15, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts public-house licence, and it aroused much interest among liquor and or claims, to WF Mapleston, 3, Lothbury Munns & Longden, old Jewry, solors for temperance interests. The magistrates decided in favour of the bishop, PEACOCK'S BOTTLING Co, LIMITED (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION)--Creditors are required, and the refreshment company obtained their licence, the brewers' being on or before Oct 1, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their refused.

debts or claims, to Edward William Davis, Huntriss chbrs, Scarborough

PORTABLE Food Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 21, to send their In the City of London Court on Wednesday, Mr. G. Pitt-Lewis, Q.C., names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to C. Albert Raderthe deputy judge, decided a point of some importance to companies macher, 1, Jeffrey's sq, St Mary Axe respecting the authority of secretaries. Tae New Aurora Syndicate Savor Press, LIMITED, 115, STRAND, W.C.-Petn for winding up, presented Aug 30, (Limited), 7, Lothbury, sued the Spiral Glob» (Limited), 5, Fenchurch Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afterstreet, to recover the sum of £50 for advertis:ments inserted. The order noon of Sept 13 had been given by the secretary of the defendant company, Mr. Bertram Tuponia LAMP CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 19, to send their

names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to 8. saker, 95-97, Parker, on the headed paper of the company, and he signed the order.

Finsbury pavement The defendants denied their liability for the advertisement, and said that

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. the vendor of the company, one Apostoloff, had agreed to pay all pre- BONDON HOUSEHOLDERS' AND OWNERS' MUTUAL PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, 30,

BOTANIC EAST LIVERPOOL BENEFIT SOCIETY, 1, Botanic rd, Lancaster, Aug 29 liminary expenses. Seeing that the company had not even gone to

Heygate st, Walworth rd. Aug 17 allotment when the order was given, the secretary could not be presumed VICTORIA LODGE, 316, Order of Druids, Waterloo, near Liverpool. Aug 3 to have authority to pledge the company's credit. On the other hand, it was urged that a company could only act through its secretary, and that if the defendants were to be allowed to evade their responsibility for his acts business could not be carried on. The deputy judge said he

CREDITORS' NOTICES. must hold that the defendants were liable for the orders given by their

UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35. secretary, who had an implied authority to order things in the name of

LAST DAY OF CLAIM. the company. If the vendor had been sued, then it would have been said

London Gasetto.-FRIDAY, Aug. 26.
that the company ought to pay. The defence was not a creditable one.
He found for the plaintiffs with costs.

ADAMS, ELIZABETH, Malborough, Devon Sept 23 Woollcombe & Son, Plymouth
BAILLIE, Colonel Hugu SMITH, Queen's gate Sept 23 Leman & Co, Lincoln's inn fields

BABRATT, ANNA MICHELL, Plymouth Oct 1 Carlyon & Stephens, St. Austell
THE PROPERTY MART.

BOURNE, SARAR LOUISA, and John MALLOCK BOURNE, Budleigh Salterton, Devon Sept

26 Travers & Co, Throgmorton avenue SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK.

BUSA, ADAM, Waterlou, Lancs Sept 30 Grierson & Mason, Liverpool Sept. 15.-Messrs. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m. :

BUTTERWORTH, John, Hockley, Birmingham, Rope Manufacturer Sept 30 Pointon, REVERSIONS:

Birmingham
To a Moiety of Freehold Properties at Grantham, Lincolnshire, of the present Carr, Agnes, Blackburn Sept 10 Leeming, Blackburn

value of £4,300; lady aged 71. Solicitors, Messrs. Henry Thompson & Sons, CHADWICK, William Horatio, Northwich, Chester, Licensed Victualler Sept 30 A &
Grantham.

JE Fletcher, Northwich To a Trust Fund represented by £9,200 27 Consols; lady aged 51. Solicitors, Davies, THEOPHILUS Harris, Tunbridge Wells Sept 30 Batesons & Co, Liverpool

Messrs. Green, Moberley, & Green, Southampton.
ANNUITY:

Fickus, WILLIAM, Worthing Oct 1 Gates, Worthing
Of £200, payable out of Trust Funds; gentleman aged 22. Solicitors, Messrs. HAYHURST, Saraw, Jarrow, Durham Oct 20 Stobo & Livingston, Jarrow
Crosse & Sons, London.

HOLBOROW, LUCY MATILDA, Southwark, Licensed Victualler Oct 25
POLICIES:

Matthews,

Southwark
For £1,000, £1,000, £500, and £150. Solicitors, Henry Fisher, jun., Esq., and Hutt, MANASSEH, Plaistow, Furniture Dealer Oct 17 Blott, Stratford

Messrs. Spyer & Sons, each of London. (See advertisements, this week, back page.)

JAMES, EMILY Lydia, Hoxton Oct 8 Sawbridge & Son, Aldermanbury
JENKINS, MATILDA, Manchester Sept 30 McDonald, Manchester

Jonxs, Thomas ARTHUR, Manchester, Steamship Broker Oct 8 Earle & Co, Manchester WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND LESSERS.---Before pur. LACEY, William Fawdry, Kensington, Chartered Accountant Sept 30 Taylor, Colechasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter LUDLAM, FLIZA ANNE CHARLOTTE, Maida Vale Oct 8 Tamplin & Co, Fenchurch st Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full Miles, WILLIAM, Stroud, Glos Sept 29 Smith, Gloucester particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[Adv..]

MORISON, BARBARA, Penmaenmawr, Carnarvon Oct 1 Thompson, Liverpool
MULLEN, CHARLES, Haggerston Sept 26 Marcus & Barraclough, Broad st avenue

NICKELS, CHARLES, Tunstall, Suffolk, Licensed Victualler Sept 30 Wood, Wood-
WINDING UP NOTICES.

bridge

Norta, John, West Hackney Oot 3 White, John st, Bedford row
London Gazette.-Friday, Sept. 2.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

PERRITON, ELIZA Ann, Southsea Oct 1 Edgcombe & Co, Southsea
LIMITED IN CHANCEBY.

PHILLIPS, Joux, Plympton St Mary, Devon, Mason Sept 23 Woollcombe & Son, Ply

mouth AFRIKANDER GOLD MININI CO, LIMITED-Creditors are requested, on or before Oct 11, to POLLARD, Thomas, Blackburn Sept 22 Rennison, Blackburn send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Charles Jermyn Ford, 81, Cannon st. Burn & Berridge, Old Broad st, solors for liquidator

Polson, John, Landport, Oct 1 Edgcombe & Co, Southsea F. A. JAOKBON & Bon, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Aug 31, directed to be POTTER, CHABLES, Surbiton, Coachbuilder Oct 26 Sherrard & Sons, Gresham st appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of RelPH, STEPHEN, Morpeth Sept 30 Brett, Morpeth Sept 13

RILEY, GRACE, Nelson, Lancs, Innkeeper Sept 24 Baldwin, Nelson HUNWICK & Co, LIMITED--Petn for winding up, presented Aug 31, directed to be heard on

Sept 14. Webb, st Helen's pl, Bishopsgate st, solor for creditors. Notice of appearing ROBINSON, ABRAHAM, Cockermouth Sept 17 Waugh & Musgrave, Cockermouth must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Sept 13 LARUE" AIR-TIGHT" Inner TUBE, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 18; Sainsbury, Adelia, Cricklewood Sept 27 Woodcock & Co, Bloomsbury sq

Ross, CHABLES, Snaresbrook, Essex, Contractor Sept 29 King, Cannon st to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Joseph John Thomas, 91, Queen Victoria st

SALISBURY, RICHARD, Liverpool, Milk Dealer Sept 27 Avison & Co, Liverpool LATIMER SYNDICATE, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 14, to send their Dames and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Frederick William

SCHOLES, CHRISTOPHER Bulman, Gt Lever, or Bolton Sept 28 Bulman, Manchester Smith, 113, Wool Exchunge. Trinder & Co, Cornhill, solors to liquidator

SMITH, WILLIAM ADOLPAUS FitzThomas, Cheltenham Oct 1 Shepard, Tredegar PADDOCK LIFE, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Oct 1, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to George Franks, 34, Bt

SOULBY, FREDERICK, Coningsby, Lincoln Oct 1 Millington & Simpson, Boston John's Wood ter. Daniell, Gt Winchester st, solor to liquidator

SPENCER, GEORGE, Tuxford, Notts Sept 24 Marshalls & Bate, East Retford

man st

SUMNER, ARTHUR, Sleaford, Lincoln, Farmer Sept 30 Peake & Son, Sleaford

HEALD, ELLEX, Forest Gate, Essex Sept 30 Wood & Co, Manchester Taylor, CECIL GEORGE, Levenshulme, Manchester, Electrical Engineer Sept 20 HEAP, HENRY, and JAMES WILLIAM HEAP, Stalybridge, Chester Sept 30 Buckley & Co' Snowdon & Co, Leeds

Stalybridge
THOMAS, ROBERT, Liverpool, Chemist Sept 30 Grierson & Mason, Liverpool

HOLLAND, ELEANOR, Newport, Salop, Grocer Sept 30 Heane, Newport
THOMPSON, WILLIAM, East End, Prudhoe, Northumberland, Heap Keeper Sept 30
Shortt & Co, Newcastle upon Tyne

HOWELL, ARTHUR HENRY, Surgeon in H.M.S. Blake Sept 27 Rutland, Chancery lane TROTTER, HENRY EMBLETON, Alnwick Oct 15 Hindmarsh, Alawick

LASHAM, ELLEN, Saint Cross, or Winchester Oct 1 Warner, Winchester TUCKER, Susan, Kentisbury, Devon Sept 29 Harding & Bon, Barnstaple

LIGHTFOOT, ROBERT, sen, Fellingshore, nr Gateshead, Innkeeper Sept 25 Bowes, TURNER, PHILIP, Barrow, Suffolk, Farmer Oct 1 Bankes & Co, Bury St Edmunds

Darlington

Lightfoot, ROBERT, jun, Fellingshore, nr Gateshead, Innkeeper Sept 25 Bowes, WALLIS, WILLIAM, Hull Oct 31 Hearfields & Lambert, Hull

Darlington WARD, MARIAN, Hampstead Oct 1 Warner, Winchester

LOFTUS, GEORGE WILLIAM FERRARS, Hastings Sept 25 Dawson & Co, New sq, Lincoln's Williams, JOSHUA, Liscard, Chester, Stockbroker Sept 30 Wright & Co, Liverpool

inn

MILLS, WILLIAM, Tenby, Pepibroke, Grocer Sept 29 Thomas & Co, Finsbury pavement
WINTER, Frances, Littlehampton, Sussex Sept 17 Holmes & Co, Littlehampton
WOOKEY, JOHN, Cheddar, Somerset Oct 3 Nalder, Shepton Mallet

MILTHORP, FRANCIS, Wakefield Nov 1 Mander & Co, Wakefield
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Aug 30.

NOBLE, THOMAS, Bampton, Westmorland, Farmer Sept 26 Arnison & Co, Penrith BARON, ELLEN, Poulton le Fylde, Lancs Sept 20 Clarke & Symes, Duncan st, Islington OGDEN, John, Manchester, Contractor Oct 31 Diggles & Ogden, Manchester BLACKRTT, CHARLES, Hillingdon, nr Uxbridge Oct 7 Thompson & Debenham, Salter's OGDEN, BAmuel HUBBARD, Sale, Chester Oct 10 Claye & Son, Manchester

Hall court
BOLTON, MARY, West Hartlepool Oct i Brunton & Bunting, West Hartlepool

OXENDEN, ELIZA, Bexhill Sept 29 Langham & Co, Cannon st
BROOKE, BENJAMIN, Nottingham Sept 27 Eking & Wyles, Nottingham

Pattisox, JANE, Scarborough Oct 3 W&W 8 Drawbridge, Scarborough
Brown, GEORGE, Bedford pl, Russell sq Oct 10 T & A E Mace, Chipping Norton, PORTER, JOHN JAMIESON, Cargo, NSW, Australia Oct1 Mayo & Co, Draper's gardens

Oxford
BURNELL, WILLIAM, Walton, Liverpool, Metal Merchant Sept 25 Whitley & Co, Liver-

Ports, WILHELMINA, Brighton Sept 29 Howlett & Clarke, Brighton pool

ROBSON, GEORGE BENNETT, Swanley Junction, Kent Oct 6 Norman & Stigant, Chatham CARTER, NICHOLAS, Harrogate, York, Linen Manufacturer Nov 1 Peach, Harrogate

ROUND, HENRY, Bloomfield, Tipton, Stafford, Licensed Victualler Oct 8 Round, Tipton CABTER, RICHARD, Harrogate, York, Linen Manufacturer Nov 1 Peach, Harrogate

SHARP, JOHN, Wyke, nr Bradford Sept 17 Marshall, Halifax
CATLING, ROBERT CHABLES, Elm, Cambridge Oct 1 Welchman & Co, Wisbech
CATLING, SUSANNAH, Elm, Cambridge Oct 1 Welchman & Co, Wisbech

BLEEMAN, HENRY, Bithney, Cornwall Oct 11 Clifford & Co, Finsbury pavement

STANSFELD, Joux, Leeds, Iron Merchant Oct 1 Simpson & Simpson, Leeds DEWHURST, ELIZABETH, Marylebune rd Sept 9 Hubberstey, Preston

Thomas, JANE REES, Merthyr Tydfil Oct 1 Spickett & Sons, Pontypridd DODDB. John, Washington, Durham, Grocer Sept 30 Ryott & Swan, Gateshead

VIDLER, JAMES COLEMAN, Rye, Sussex, Land Agent Sept 30 Dawes, Rye ELLISON, MICHAEL JOSEPH, Sheffield Oct 15 Wake & Sons, Sheffield

WARMINGTON, John, Brailes, Warwick, Yeoman Oct 10 Mace, Chipping Norton, Oxon Farrow, WILLIAM, Westbourne Park Oct 1 Hanbury & Co, New Broad st

WHALLEY, FRANCES AUGUSTA CAROLINE, Newbury, Berks Oct 26 Frere & Co, Lincoln's Foster, JANE, Withington, nr Manchester Oct 10 Claye & Son, Manchester

inn fields FULLER, TRAYTON ELLIOTT, Coolgardie, Western Australia, Consulting Mining Engineer Wilkinson, Maby, Gosforth Sept 10 Keenlysida & Co, Newcastle upon Tyne Sept 26 Blyth & Co, Gresham House

WRIGHT, ELEANOB, Salford, Lancs Sept 27 Crofton & Co, Manchester

BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.

PARSONS, HENRY FINNEMORE, Roath, Cardiff, Butcher, Moon, JAMES GEORGE, Gateshead, Durham, Engineer
Cardiff Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

Sept 12 at 11.30 Off Rec, 30, Mosley st, Newcastle oa
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Sept. 2.

PHAISEY, JoHs, Madeley Balop, Baker Madeley Pet Tyne
RECEIVING ORDERS.
Aug 3 Ord Aug 31

MURRAY, GEORGE, West Hartlepool, Grocer Sept 9 at 2.30
ALDRIDGE, GEORGE AUGUSTUS, Morden, Dorset Poole Quick, WILLIAM THOMAS Patry, Althorne, Essex High Royal Hotel, West Hartlepool
Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

Court Pet April 25 Ord Aug 31

NESMYTH, HENRY GEORGE, Chertsey, Builder, &c Sept 9 BELL, H URMSTON BAINBRIDGE, Bucklersbury High Court SAUNDERS, Ashby VABLEY, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Chemical at 12.30 24, Railway app, London bdge Pet July 21_Ord Aug 29

Works Manager Bradford Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30 PAGET, HENRY Fenwick, South Hampstead, Stockbroker BLAKEMORE, WILLIAM, Cardiff, Consulting Engineer SMITH, JAMES WILLIAM, Great Yarmouth, Cabdriver Great Sept 9 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Cardiff Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 26

Yarmouth Pet Aug 30_Ord Aug 30

PALLETT, THOMAS JOSEPH, Loughborough, Florist Sept 9 Boydon, Hexby John, Stafford, Coal Dealer Stafford STEEL, JOSHUA Redfears, Leeds, Bootmaker Leeds Pet at 12 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

Aug 29_Ord Aug 29

PARGETER, ALBERT ARTHUR, Chesham, Provision Dealer Bulman, John, Carlisle, Cabinet Makec Carlisle Pet Aug THOMPSON, THOMAS HENRY, Great Grimsby, Fish Merchant Sept 12 at 3 Off Rec, 1, St Aldate st, Oxford 31 Ord Aug 31

Great Grimsby Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

PHILLIPS, CHARLES BERRY, 8t Michael's House, Cornhill CLARK, SOLOMON, Waketleld, Heald Maker Wakefield TUCKER, ALFRED, Newnham, Glos, Bootmaker Gloucester Sept 12 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

POTTER, CHABLES WILLIAM, Twickenham Sept 12 at 3 COLLAB, HENBY ALLEN, Swansea, Fruiterer Swansea Pet WALKER, John, Belby, Grocer Dewsbury Pet Aug 30 Off Rec, 95, Temple chbrs, Temple avenue

RUNDLE, EDWIN RICHARD, Plymouth Sept 9 at 11 Off Cossins, RICHARD, Darlington, Blacksmith Stockton on WHITE, ALBERT, and HEBBERT Wute, East Ham, Essex, Rec, 6, Athenæum terr, Plymouth Tees Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

Grocers High Court Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

SCHRODER, John, Gravesend, Coal Merchant Sept 19 COUNSELL, WILLIAM, Newport, Mon, Grocer Newport Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 Amended notice substituted for that published in the

11.30 115, High st, Rochester London Gazette of Aug. 26 :

STEAD, JOHN WILLIAM, Scarborough, Hotel Keeper Sept CHEESE, JAMES, Merthyr Tydfil, Basket Maker Merthyr Tydfil Pet Aug 29° Ord Aug 29

12 at 11 Off Rec, 74, Newborough, Scarborough GRIFFITH, WILLIAM MAINWABING, Chiswick, Hosier BrentCURTIS, WALTER VAUGHAN, Bury St Edmunds, Licensed

tord Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 23

STEPHENSON, JOHN THOMAS, Wakefield, Bootmaker Sept

9 at 11 Off Rec, 6, Bond terr, Wakefield Victualler Bury St Edmunds Pet Aug 20 Ord Aug 31

FIRST MEETINGS.

TEMPLEMAX, WILLIAM, Newmarket. Licensed Victualler Davis, FREDERICK JAMEs, Cheltenham, Hatter Chelten- BARTLETT, WALTER, Hounslow Sept 12 at 12

Off Rec, Sept 9 at 11 Off Rec, 5, Petty Cury, Cambridge ham Pet Aug 27 Ord Aug 21

95, Temple chambers, Temple av

TUOKER, ALFRED, Newnham, Glos, Bootmaker Sept 10 at DAY, EDWARD NORman, Birmingham, Clerk Birmingham BABUUH, Thomas, Middlesbərough, Labourer Sept 9 at 11 12 Off Rec, Station rd, Gloucester Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Midlesborough

West, Harry, Southampton, Grocer Sept 13 at 3.30 Off DELL & Co, F, Gt Dover st, Borough, Tea Merchants BOULTWOOD, JOSEPH, Enfield, Plumber Sept 10 at 11.30 Rec, 172, High st, Southampton High Court_Pet Aug 2 Ord Aug 29 Off Rec, 96, Temple cbam bers. Temple av

ADJUDICATIONS. DE LA Fosse, H, South Kensington High Court Pet Cave, THOMAS, Barwell, Leicesters, Boot Manufacturer ALDRIDGE, GEORGE AUGUSTUS, Morden, Dorset Poole April 5 Ord Aug_29 Sept 9 at 12.30 Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester

Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29 DE MONTMORENCY, HERVEY Guy Francis EDWARD, St CLARK, BOLOMON, Kirkgate, Wakefield, Heald Maker Sept BAKER, BENJAMIN HOWARD, Liverpool, Drysalter LiverErmin's mansions, Caxton st High Court Pet July 11 10 at 10.30 Off Rec, 6, Bond toe, Wakefield

pool Pet June 29 Ord Aug 31 Ord Aug 29

DELL & Co, F, Gt Dover st, Borough, Tea Merchants Sept BLAKEMOBE, WILLIAM, Cardiff, Consulting Engineer CarDobson, MICHAEL, Shipley, Yorks, Coal Merchant Brad 9 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

diff Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 31 ford Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

DE LA Fosse, H, South Kensington Sept 12 at 1 Bank- BoydoN, HENRY Joun, Stafford, Coal Dealer Sta ford ELSDON, ROBERT, North Shields, Boot Dealer Newcastle

ruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 on Tyle Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 23

DE MONTMORENCY, HERVEY GUY FRANCIS EDWARD, $t BRADNACK, Lucy, Handsworth Birmingham Pet Aug 8 EVERITT, WILLIAM MANN, Gt Yarmouth, Fishmonger Gt Ermin's mansions, Caxton st Sept 12 at 12 Bank Ord Aug 30 Yarmouth Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

ruptcy bldgs, Carey st

BULMAN, Jonn, Carlisle, Cabinet Maker Carlisle Pet Aug FIELD, EDWARD, Birmingham, Pearl Handle Manufacturer D'ODIARDI, EDMOND SAVORY, Notting Hill gate, Medical 31 Ord Aug 31 Birmingham Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 30

Electrician Sept 9 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st CLARK, SOLOMON, Wakefield, Heald Maker Wakefield Gasson, ANNIE, Forest Hill, Kent Greenwich Pet Aug FAIRY, John, Peckham grove, Camberwell Sept 12 at 11 Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29 29 Ord Aug 29

Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

COLLIS, HENRY ALLEN, Swansea, Fruiterer Swansea Pet GELDART, HARRY May, Blackburn Blackburn Pet Aug FIELD, WILLIAM, biddenden, Kent, Farmer Sept 12 at Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 30 Ord Aug 30

12.30 Young & Sons, Bank bldga, Hastings

Cossins, RICHARD, Darlington, Blacksmith Stockton on GILMORE, GEORGE, Scarborough, Baker Scarborough Pet FIELDS, CHARLES, Scarborough, Ship Chandler Sept 12 at Tees Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29 Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

3 Off Rec, 74, Newborough, Scarborough

COUNSELL, WILLIAM, Newport, Mon, Grocer Newport, GRAVES, James, Cottenhan, Cambridges, Butcher Cam- FOLEY, WILLIAM, Preston, Cycle Dealer Sept 9 at 11 Mon Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 bridge Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

Bankruptcy bidge, Carey st

CREESE, JAMES, Merthyr Tydfil, Basket Maker Merthyr GREATOREX, RICHARD, and FREDERICK GREATOREX, Man- FREED, NATHAN, Aberdare, Glam, Furniture Dealer Sept Tydfil Pet Aug 29 Ora Aug 29 chester, Carriers Manchester Pet Aug 30 Ord 9 at 2 65, High st, Merthyr TydAl

Dobson, MICHAEL, Ship'ey, Yorks, Coal Merchant BradAug 30

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM MAINWARING, Chiswick, Hosier Sept ford Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31
Griffiths, SAMUEL, sen, and SAMUEL GRIFFITHS, jun, 9 at 11.30 Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av EADY, GEORGE JOHN, Enfield, Surgeon Edmonton Pet

Cilfynydd, Glam, Colliery Proprietors Pontypridd HAINSWORTH, GEORGE WASHINGTON, Bradford Sept 9 at July 29 Ord Aug 29
Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford

EVERITT, WILLIAM MANN, Gt Yarmouth, Fishmonger Gt HALL, JOBEPH, Acton, Cheshire, Farmer Nantwich Pet HOPKINBON, JAMES, Oldham, Shoemaker Sept 13 at 11 Yarmouth Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30 Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Queen st, Uldham

FAIRY, JOHN, Peckham grove, Camberwell High Court HARRIS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Bradford, Auctioneer HUTCHINSON, John, Patterdale, Westmorland, Innkeeper Pet July 26 Ord Aug 30 Bradford Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 26

Sept 12 at 3 Off Rec, 34, Fisher st, Carlisle

FRAMPTON, ALBERT TOM, Branksome Park, nr BourneKEIL, OTTO, Jeffrey sq, St Mary Axe, Mercantile Clerk LAMB, ROBERT TEMPEST, Harrogate, Yorks, Butcher Sept mouth Pole Pet July 27 Ord Aug 29 High Court Pet July 27 Ord Aug 31

13 at 12.15 Off Rec, 28, Stonegate, York

GABWOOD, GEORGE JAMES, Heigham, Norwich Norwich KNIGHT, JAMES, Rushden, Baker Northampton Pet Aug LEACH, Robert, Preston, Coal Agent Sept 9 at 3 Off Pet Aug 10 Ord Aug 29 31 Ord Aug 31

Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston

Gasson, Annie, Forest Hill Greenwich Pet Aug 29 Ord KOTTMBJER & Co, Liverpool, Cotton Merchants Liverpool LUSCOMBE, ROBERT HENRY, Dowlais, Glam, Painter Sept

Ang 29 Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 29

12 at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil

GELDART, HARRY May, Blackburn Blackburn Pet Aug LAMB, ROBERT TEMPEST, Harrogate, Yorks, Butcher York MANNERS, EDWARD, Northallerton, Yorks, Farmer Sept 30 Ord Aug 30 Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

19 at 11.30 Court house, Northallerton

GILMORE, GEORGE, Scarborough, Baker Scarborough Pet MERCER, HENRY Rye, Folkestone, Builder Canterbury Mason, Thomas, Moor ln, Fine Art Publisher Sept 9 at 12 Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 Pet Aug 27 Ord Aug 27

Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

GRAVES, JAMES, Cottenham, Cambs, Butcher Cambridge Moon, JAMES GEORGE, Gateshead, Engineer Newcastle on MEADOWCROFT, Joun, Oldham, Butcher Sept 13 at 12 Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30 Tyne Pet Aug 27 Ord Aug 27

Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Queen st, Oldham

GRIFFITHS, SAMUEL, Ben, and SAMUEL GRIFFITHS jun, MOORE, JAMES, Salisbury, Wilts, Bootmaker's Manager MEROER, HENRY Rye, Folkestone, Builder Sept 12 at 11.30 Cilfynydd, Glam, Colliery Proprietors Pontypridd Balisbury Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 Off Rec, 73, the st, Canterbury

Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM MAINWARING, Chiswick, Hosier Amended notice substituted for that published in the NICHOLLS, CHARLES, Great Eccleston, Lancs, Tailor Brentford Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 30

London Gazette of Sept. 2 :

Preston Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 HALL, JOSEPH, Acton, Cheshire, Farmer Nantwich Pet GREATOREX, RICHARD, and FREDERICK GREATOREX, Man- Phaisey, John, Madeley, Salop, Baker Madeley Pet Aug Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

chester, Carriers Manchester Pet Aug 30 Ord 3 Ord Aug 31 HARRIS, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Bradford, Auctioneer Brad

Aug 30

PRINCE, ALBERT, Heckmondwike, York Dewsbury Pet ford Pet Aug 26_Ord Aug 26

FIRST MEETINGS,

Aug 31 Ord Aug 31 HOPEWELL, HENRY, Wheeler gate, Nottingham, Insurance Bell, I URMATON BAINBRIDGE, Albert Hall mansions Rantzen, Isaac ABRAHAM, Maida vale High Court Pet Agent Nottinghain Pet Aug 11 Ord Aug 31 Sept 14 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

June 23_Ord Sept 1 Knight, Jamus, Rushden, Baker Northampton Pet Aug BRAMHAM, WILLIAM, Morecambe, Lancs, Cycle Maker ROBINSON, FREDERICK JAMES, South Shore, Blackpool, 81_Ord Aug 31 sept 13 at 11 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston

Lodging house Keeper Preston

Ord

Pet Sept 2 LAMB, ROBERT TEMPEST, Harrogate, Yorks, Butcher York CAWTE, CHARLES ARTHUR, Southsea, Baker Sept 30 at 3 Sept 2 Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

Off Rec, Cambridge junction, High st, Portsmouth SHELLEY, JOHN STANFIED, Hulme, Manchester, Butcher MAY, CHARLES, Canton, Cardiff, Fried Fish Dealer Cardiff Dodson, MICHAEL, Baildon, Shipley, Yorks, Coal Merchant Manchester Pet Sept í Ora Sept 1 Pet Aug 22 Ord Aug 31

Sept 14 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford SHIELD, WILLIAM EDWARD, Harrow rd, Grocer High MOORE, JAMES, Salisbury, Wilts, Bootmaker's Manager EADY, GEORGE John, Enfield, Surgeon Sept 13 at 3 Off Court Pet July 7 Ord July 14, Salisbury Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple avenue

SMITH, Tom, Low Moor, Yorks, Boot Maker Bradford PARSONS, HENRY FINNEMOBE, Roath, Cardiff, Butcher ELLIOT, JOSEPH STANISLAUS, Chaigley, Lancs, Professor Pet Sept 1 Ord Sept 1 Cardiff Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

of Music Sept 13 at 3 County Court house, Black STEPHENS, Ann, Liverpool, Baker Liverpool Pet July 20 SAUNDERS, ASHBY VABLEY, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Chemical burn

Pet Sept 3 Works Manager Bradford Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30 EVERITT, WILLIAM Mann, Great Yarmouth, Fishmonger Viaus, William EDWARD Thomas, Plymouth, Cab ProSHERIDAN, FORDYCE, Budge row, Barrister High Court Sept 17 at 1 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich

prietor Plymouth Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2 Pet Oct 27 Ord Aug 29

FLETCAER, Tou, Halifax, Builder Sept 14 at 11 Off Rec, WALCH, JAMES WILLIAM HENRY, Great Winchester st, SMITH, JAMES WILLIAM, Great Yarmouth, Cabdriver Townhall chmbrs, Halifax

Solicitor High Court Pet July 2 Ord Sept 1 Great Yarmouth Pet Aug 30_Ord Aug 30

GARWOOD, GEORGE JAMES, Heigham, Norwich, Dispensing WARD, Owen, and John HOWARD_Jones, Birmingham, STEEL, JOSHUA REDFEARN, Leeds, Bootmaker Leeds Pet Chemist Sept 13 at 12 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich Money Lenders Birmingham Pet July ? Ord Sept 2 Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

J GOODMAN & Co, Commercial st, Electric Fittings Dealers WILLIAMBON, FBank, Derby, Provision Merchant Derby SULLIVAN, MATTHEW, jun, and GEORGE WASHINGTON Sept 14 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

Pet Sept i Ord Sept 1 HUGHEs, Fromley by Bow, Paperhangings Manufac- Griffiths, DAVID, Swansea Valley, Glam, Assorter Sept Wilson, HOBNER, Whitby, York, Shipowner Stockton on turers Aigh Court Pet Aug 9 Ord Aug 29 13 at 12 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, dwansea

Tees Pet Sept 1 Ord Sept 1
THOMson, ROBERT, Birmingham, Coachbuilder Birming- Hall, JOSEPH, Acton, Cheshire, Farmer Sept 13 at 11
ham Pet Aug 13 Ord Aug 29
Royal Hotel, Crewe

GOOD HEALTH WITHOUT DRUGS.
THOMPSON, THOMAS Henry, GE Grimsby, Fish Merchant Harris, CHARLES, Neath, Builder Sept 13 at 12 30 Off
Gt Grimsby Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30
Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea

1.-HOW TO RESIST DISEASE. TUCKER, Alfred, Newnham, Glos, Bootmaker Gloucester HARBIS, WILLIAM Frederick, Bradford, Auctioneer Sept Pet Aug 29 Ord Aug 29

13 at 11 Off Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford

We will tell you, As people become more intelligent, WALKER, John, Morley, York, Grocer Dewsbury Pet HAWKES. SARAH, Luton Sept 13 at 10.30 Off Rec, 14, St

they see that they should try and prevent disease. It seems Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

Paul'x 89, Bedford

strange, when one comes to consider it, that the efforts of WHILE, JUHN HEDLEY CAMPBELL, Birmingham, General HOOPER, JOSEPH, Templecombe, Somerset, Baker Sept 13 medical science are directed to curing, when preventing Caster Birmingham Pet Aug 26 Ord Aug 31

at 12.30 Off Rec, Endless st, Salisbury

would seem to be a more rational proceeding. Now it is WAITE, Albert, and HERBERT WAITE, East Ham, Essex, INGRAM, Thomas, Walsall, Butcher Sept 21 at 11 30 Off dawning on the public to try and prevent, or at least Grocers High Court Pet Aug 30 Ord Aug 30

Rec, Walsall

to arrest, disease. It is in prevention that Dr. "Tibbles' Jones, DANIEL, Skewen, or Neath, Coal Miner Sept 13 at London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Sept. 6.

Vi-Cocoa plays an important part, acting solely as a first12.45 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea

class nourishing food.
RECEIVING ORDERS.
KEIL, OTTO, Jeffrey sq, St Mary axe, Mercantile Clerk

It strengthens the system to resist, oppose, and overcome
Sept 14 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st

the attacks of disease. You'll hear someone say : "doAKAM, EDWARD WILLIAM, Gt Yarmouth, Dairyman GT KNIGHT, JAMES, Rushden, Beker Sept 14 at 12.30 Off Yarmouth Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

and-so has a strong constitution”; follow that up and

Rec, County court bldgs, Sheep st, Northampton you'll fiud that 8o-and-so follows the golden rule of being BAINES, WILLIAM, Headingley, Leeds, Tin Plate Worker LIDDLE, THOMAS, Gateshead, Glass Manufacturer Sept 14 Leeds Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

temperate in all things, and pays attention to diet and

at 11.30_Off Rec, 30, Mosley, st, Newcastle on Tyne exercise. Does he or she keep up this strong constitution BARNBY, Thomas BAYLDON, Bradford, Dental Surgeon MULLANEY, Denis, Heaton Norris, Lancs, Builder Sept 14 Bradford Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

by taking medicines or swallowing pills ? No, indeed!

at 11 Off Rec, County chmbrs, Market pl, Stockport They have discovered that prevention is better than cure. BLAKEMORE, ALFRED, Leamington, Cabinet Maker War- PAAISEY, JOHN, Madeley, Salop, Baker Sept 14 at 12.30

Dr. libbles' V1-Cocoa places a means in the hands of wick Pet Aug 26 Ord Sept 2

County Court Office, Madeley

everyone to build up and maintain a sound constitucion, BRAMHAM, WILLIAM, Morecambe, Lancs, Cycle Maker PRINCE, ALBERT, Heckmondwike, York Sept 13 at 4 Off

which enables its possessor to travel his life's journey Preston Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley

withjut the aches and pains which are in many cases BUSHROD, WILLIAM, Dorchester, Builder Dorchester Pet Redding, MARIAN, Queen's gate Sept 15 at 12

Bank

preventable. Thue we come round again to sound common Sept í Ord Sept 1

ruptcy bldgs, Carey st

sense based on experience. CABLE, Eros WESLEY Hill, Pontypool, Furniture Dealer ROBERTS, NATHANIEL FRANCIS, Fenchurch avenue, Merchant

Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa is pleasant and palatable, and Newport, Mon Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

Bupt 13 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
CARTER, HENRY, Pontefract, Yorks, Boxmaker Wakefield STAFFORD, HARRY FREDERICK, Oldham, Grocer Sept 13 at

embodying, as it does, the numerous principles contained

in Malt, Hops, Kola, and Cocoa, it imparts nourishment Pet Aug 23 Ord Sept 2

3 vff Rec, Bank chmbrs, IQueen st, Oldham

and builds up strength. As a Food-Deverage it is inCAWTE, CHARLES ARTHUR, Southsea, Baker Portsmouth URWIN, JAMES WILLIAM, Liverpool, solicitor Sept 14 at valuable. Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

12' Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool

But the expense? You can try it free of expense, Merit CHESHIRE, ALFRED, St Leonards on Sea, Journeyman WALKER, John, Selby, Grocer Sept 13 at 3 Off Rec, Bank

alone is what is claimed for Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, and the Tailor Hostings Pet Sept 3 Ord Sept 3

chmbrs, Batley

proprietors are prepared to send any reader who names the CLOSE, Thomas WILLIAM, Darlington, Moulder Stockton Watts, J HUNTER, Lombard st Sept 16 at 12 Bankruptcy SOLICITORS' JOURNAL a dainty sample tin of Dr. Tibbles' on Tees Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

bldge, Carey st

Vi-Cocoa free and post-paid. There is no magic in all this. Dixox, JOSEPH, Sunderland, Builder Sunderland Pet WICKERT, CHRISTIAN, Judd st, Euston rd, Baker Sept 13

It is a plain, honest, straightforward offer. It is d une to introAug 29 Ord Sept 2

at 11 Bankruptoy bldgs, Carey st

duce the merits of Vi-Cocoa into every home. Dr. Tibbles' FLETCHER, Tom, Halifax, Builder Halifax Pet Sept 2

ADJULICATIONS. Ord Sept 2

Vi-Cocoa is not sickly or insipid, like the ordinary.cucoa Akam, EDWARD WILLIAM, Gt Yarmouth, Dairyman Gt J GOODMAN & Co, Commercial st, Electric Fittings Dealers

extracts; on the contrary, it has a pleasant and distinct

Yarmouth Pet Sept 2 Ord sept 2 High Court Pet July 29 Ord Sept 2

flavour all its own, and which is much liked. It has all the Hawkins, Charles, Stamford, Lines, Harness Maker BAINES, WILLIAM, Headingley, Leeds, Iron Plate Worker refreshing properties of tine well-made tea, but with a

Leeds Pet Aug 31 Ord aug 31

hundred times its nourishment. Peterborough Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

BARNBY, THOMAS BAYLDON, Bradford, Dental Surgeon Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, 6d., 9d., and 18. 6d. It can be HENN, JOSEPH, Birmingham, Metal Caster Birmingham Bradford Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

obtained from all Grocers, Chemists, and stores, or from Pet Sept 3 Oid Sept 3 Hicks, FREDERICK, Haverhill, Suffolk, Cycle Maker

BISHOP, JAMES, Halesworth, Suffolk, Watchmaker Gt 60, 61 and 62, Bunbill-row, London, E.C.

Yarmouth Pet Aug 13 Ord Sept 3
Cambridge Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2
II.LL, WILLIAM, Worcester, Innkeeper Worcester Pet

BLAKEMORE, ALFRED, Leamington, Cabinet Maker War-
Sept 3 Ord Sept 3
wick Pet Aug 26 Ord Sept 3

Gentlemen.-Over 560 have already been educated; BRAMHAM, WILLIAM, Morecainbe, Lancs, Cycle Maker fYSLOP, ROBERT JOHNSTONE, Barnsley, Yorks Barnsley

thirty guineas per annum; vicar warden; graduate masters; Preston Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

excellent arrangements, sports, gympasium, diet, referPet Sept 2 Ord Sept %

BUSIIROD, WILLIAM, Dorchester, Builder Dorchester Pet JENKINS, THOMAS, Abercynon, Glam, Grocer Pontypridd

ences, &c.; healthy village. -Address, HEADMASTER, Sept 1 Ord Eept 1

Schorne College, near Winslow.
Pet Aug 10 Ord Sept 1
JONES, RICHARD, Penmaenmawr, Carnarvon Bangor Pet

CABLE, Enos WESLEY Hill, Pontypool, Furniture Dealer

Newport, Mon Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2 Sept 2_Ord Sept 2

CAWTE, CHARLES ARTHUR, Southsea, Baker Portsmouth MCLEAN, DANIEL, Gateshead, Durham, Fishmonger New

ence Shares of £1 each fully paid and 50 Founders' Castle on Tyne Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

Shares of £1 each fully paid in the Cuke Press, CHESHIRE, ALFRED, St Leopards on Sea, Journeyman Tailor Limited (proprietors of the Law Journal). The interest on NICHOLLS, CHABLES, Gt Eccleston, Lancs, Tailor Preston

Hastings Pet Sept 3 Ord Sept 3 Pet Aug 31 Ord Aug 31

the Prefecence Shares has been regularly paid, and 25 per PILLERS, WILLIAM ALEXANDER, Keynsham, Somerset

Close, THOMAS WILLIAM, Darlington, Moulder Stockton cent. dividend was paid on the Fuunders Shares for the Bristol Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

on Tees Pet Sept 2 Ori Sept 2

twelve months ending September 30, 1897, and a dividend PREECE, John HENRY, Liverpool, Photographer Liverpool

COPLESTONE, FRED, Harberton, or 'Totnes, Devon, Baker at the rate of 60 per cent. per annum for the six months to

Plymouth Pet Aug 16 Ord Aug 31 Pet Aug 30 Ord Sept 2

March 31, 1898.-Apply, by letter, to Mr. LEWIS HARDY, PRINCE, ALBERT, Heckmoudwike, York Dewsbury Pet

DAY, EDWARD NORMAN, Birmingham, Clerk Birmingham Chartered Accountant, 2, Creed-lane, London, E.C.

Þet Aug 30 Ord Sept 1
Aug 31 Ord Aug 31
ELSDON, ROBERT, North Shields, Boot Dealer Newcastle

ESTABLISHED 1861.
REID, WILLIAM, Monmyuth Newport, Mon Pet Aug 23
Ord Sept 2

on Tyne Pet Aug 6 Ord Aug 31 ROBINSON, FREDERICK JAMES, South Shore, Blackpool,

FIELD, WILLIAM, Biddenden, Kent, Farmer Hastings

Pet Aug 8 Ord Aug 30
Lodging house Keeper Preston Pet Sept 2 Ord FLETCHER, "Tom, Halifax, Builder Halifax Pet Sept 2

Southampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. Sept 2

Ord Sept 2
SALMOND, CHARLES BHORT, Jermyn st, St James's, Com- HAWKINS, CHARLES, Stamford, Lincs, Harness Maker

INVESTED FUNDS

£10,000,000. pany Promoter High Court Pet March 25 Ord

Peterborough Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2 Bept 1

Number of Accounts, 85,694, SHELLY, JOHN STANFIELD, Hulme, Manchester, Butcher

Hicks, FREDERICK, Haverhill, Suffolk, Cycle Maker CamManchester Pet Sept 1 Ord Sept 1 bridge Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept ?

TWO-AND-A-HALF per CENT. INTELZST allowed Smith, Tom, Low Moor, Yorks, Boot Maker Bradford HILL, WILLIAM, Worcester, Innkeeper Worcester Pet

on DEPOSITS, repayable on demand. Pet Sept 1 Ord Sept 1

Sept 3 Ord Sept 3

TWO per CÉNT. ON CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on the HYBLOP, ROBERT JOHNSTONE, Barnsley, Yorks, Draper's

minimum monthly balances, when not drawn below £100. Vigus, WILLIAM EDWARD THOMAS, Plymouth, Cab Pro Traveller Barnsley Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES purchased and prietor Plymouth Pet Bept Ord Sept 2

sold for customers. WILLIAMSON, FRANK, Derby, Provision Merchant Derby

JONES, RICHARD, Penmaenmawr, Carnarvon, Carter BanPet Sept 1 Ord Sept 1

gor Pet cept 2 Ord Sept 2 Wilson, HORNER, Whitby, York, Shipowner Stockton on KENNEDY, JAMES DUNCAN, Muorgate st, Company Pro

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Tees Pet Bept i Ord Sept 1 moter High Court Pet July 4 Pet Sept 2

Small Deposits received, and Interest allowed monthly on WINGROVE, JAMES ALEXANDER, Sackville-street, Ladies' MCLEAN, DANIEL, Gateshead, Durham, Fishmonger

each completed £L. Tailor High Court Pet Aug 6 Ord Sept 1 Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 2 Ord Sept 2

The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with particulars, post

free, WINTER, ALEXANDER,

MONELLAN, JOAN FRANCIS, Leinster sq, Hyde Park High
Newcastle on Tyne, Licensed
Victualler Newcastle on Tyne
Court Pet July 20 Ord Sept 1

PRANCIS BAVENBCROFT, Manager.
Pet Aug 19 Ord
Septi
Markyat, Hugh FITZROY, Cheupside, Agent High Court

Telephone No. 5, HOLBORN.
Pet June 28 Ord Sept 1

Teleyraphic Aduroso : " BIAKBECK, LONDON."

BIRKBECK BANK,

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