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loes to the debtor's estate, was a consequence of the advice obtained. joyed. Nearly every county in England and Wales was represented on The court also, I think, has a right to know, inasmuch as the debtor's action, the list of cases relieved, whilst at present many large towns and centres following that advice, may have a material bearing upon the consideration were almost unrepresented on the roll of subscribers. The total capital of the debtor's discharge. I base my opinion, moreover, upon the ground that, now consisted of £51,156 103. 98. stock, in addition to the sum of as the creditor's estate has depreciated to some extent, however small, by £5,368 189. 60. stock pertaining to the Reardon Bequest. During the year, the payment for that advice, they have a direct interest in knowing how 220 grants had been made from the funds, amounting to £4,500. of this that pecuniary outlay was applied, and what was obtained in return for it. sum 11 members and 39 members' families received £2,065, while 32 non. Whatever position the client occupies with respect to this particular question members and 138 non-members' families received £2,435. The relief the soliciter cannot claim a higher or a better. His privilege is co-extensive granted largely exceeded that of any previous year, and was more than only with the client's own privilege. There is very little authority in the the amount of reliable income from annual subscriptions and dividends, books upon this point, but what is found appears to bear out the contention but the deficiency was provided for by donations and other special gifts
. that in bankruptcy no objection can be taken to any question having The Victoria Pension Fund, collected by the Incorporated Law Society reference to the disclosure of the bankrupt's property or his dealings there in commemoration of the completion of the 60th year of the reign of Her with ; in other words, that bankruptcy destroys the privilege of professional Majesty Queen Victoria, amounted to £8,585 193. 7d., and was paid to the communications. So long ago as the year 1818 Mr. Christian (at that time trustees of this association to be held upon the trusts of a deed dated the considered an authority on bankruptcy law) in his treatise on the earlier 30th of December, 1897. The fund had been duly invested. Seven Bankruptcy Acts, and referring to the section 5 in Gen. II. c. 30, which pensions had been created from the estimated interest of the fund-viz.: was almost identical with the present section, says, “It is difficult to see three of £50 each, two of £25 each, and two of £20 each. what koowledge an attorney can acquire professionally from a bankrupt The CHAIRMAN, in moving the adoption of the report, said the directors which he would not be compellable to disclose. And then he goes on to might fairly congratulate themselves upon the increasing prosperity of the say, "If a trader consulted him upon the consequences of an act of bank- association. Referring to the sums granted in relief, he said that the ruptcy still he would be compellable, in my opinion, to disclose all he knew grants to members and their families during the year were at the rate of respecting the act committed,” including, as I read the passage, the advice £40 a head, and to non-members and their families less than £15 a head, given. This latter part of Mr. Christian's opinion would not be sound, in so that, although the gross amount granted to non-members was the view of Mr. Justice Cave's decision in Re Arnott, the reference to which is larger, the individual amount was smaller. The applications from given at the head of this paper. Suffice it to say, that all attempts which members were fewer than from non-members. have been made by the solicitor to set up privilege against any examination The report was adopted and Mr. R. Pennington and Mr. J. R, B. under the section, have invariably failed. The only reported cases, so far Gregory were elected trustees in the place of the late Mr. N. T. Lawrence as I bave been able to discover them, where the solicitor's advice has been and Mr. F. H. Janson, who had resigned. held to be privil-ged, have been those in which the bankrupt has sought the advice and assistance after the commencement of the bankruptcy and in respect of the pending bankruptcy proceedings against him. Take the case
LEGAL NEWS. of R. Arnott (ubi supra). There the address of the bankrupt was confined
OBITUARY. to the solicitor (as he swore) after the act of bankruptcy had been committed, and for the express purpose of being advised by him in the bankruptcy
The death is announced, on the 3rd inst., of Mr. Daniel Walter Rolt, proceedings. In that case Mr. Justive Cave followed the principle laid down
one of the Chancery registrars, at the age of fifty-two years. Mr. Rolt by Lord Justice James in Re Cathcart (L.R. 5 Ch. App. 703). Said the was the son of the late Mr. Daniel Brunsdon Rólt, and, we believe, a Lord Justice, in that case, "What a solicitor is privileged from disclosing is relative of the late Lord Justice Rolt. He entered the Chancery that which is communicated to him sub sigillo confessionis, that is to say, registrar's office some thirty years ago, being promoted to the post of some fact which the client communicates to the solícitor for the purpose of registrar about eight or ten years ago. Mr. Rolt performed his duties at the obtaining the solicitor's professional advice and assistance." The client's Royal Courts up to the commencement of the present Long Vacation, address, which it was sought to obtain in Re Cathcart, and which was
but he had been suffering for some considerable time from a painful communicated to the solicitor before the bankruptcy proceedings, was held affection, to which bis death is, no doubt, due. not to be privileged. The conclusions which I would therefore draw from these cases and from the foregoing arguments are-(1) That professional
INFORMATION WANTED. communications made or existing at and before the commencement of the The Rev. CHARLES Henry BRACKENBURY Williamson, deceased, of St. client's bankruptcy, whether oral or documentary, are not privileged, and John's Vicarage, Angell-town, Brixton, London.-Any person having that both solicitor and client may be compelled in the bankruptcy knowledge of a will or codicil of the above-named will oblige by comproceedings to disclose them. (2) That professional communications made or municating with the undersigned, Messrs. James & James, solicitors, 23, passing after the commencement of the bankruptcy for the purpuse of the Ely-place, Holborn, London. client obtaining professional advice and assistance in those proceedings are privileged from discovery, either through client or solicitor.
CHANGES IN PARTNERSHIPS, &c. The point as to disclosure of actual advice given still remains open for
DISSOLUTIONS. some courageous professional brother to have decided by the High Court, if he should at any time be unfortunately in the position in which he
HARRY Mear and George Jefford Fowler, solicitors (Mear & would be compelled to raise it. The whole procedure, however, to my Fowler), 2, Old Serjeants’-inn, London. Sept. 29. [Gazette, Sept. 30 mind, operates as a hardship upon solicitors. It strikes at the very root of Thomas HOUGHTON REDISH BARTLEY and WILLIAM JOSEPH Bird, solicitors all those professional confidences which our courts have for generations (Bartley & Bird), 17, Sweeting-street, Liverpool. Sept. 30. The said William upheld as sacred, and which our judges have repeatedly declared should not Joseph Bird will continue to practise at the above-named address under the be lightly violated or frittered away. I can well believe that if such a same style.
[Gazette, Oct. 4. position is fully understood by a client he will not venture to confide the
GENERAL, whole of his case to his professional adviser, and will only risk giving such
A debtor, says the Globe, questioned as to when he was born, gave not version of the facts as be thinks may not be used against him in the event only the date but the hour and minute. The Official Receiver asked him of his being overtaken by misfortune. To an actual bankrupt it will be an who told him that. “My mother," said the debtor. “ Then it is only additional terror when he realises that all communications of whatever hearsay?" “Yes," answered the debtor, “but I was there at the time.'' nature made by him to his solicitor before his bankruptcy, under what he The court laughed, for such an instance of memory-of an old, old jokesupposed to be the seal of professional secrecy and confidence, are thus liable is wonderful in a debtor. to disclosure and publicity.
Few people, says the Westminster Gazette, realize how the ranks of the Votes of thanks were passed to the Mayor and Corporation, to the clergy are recruited from other professions. There has just passed away Swansea and Neath Incorporated Law Society, the readers of papers and the Rev. F. J. Kelly, M.A., LL B., vicar of Farnborough, Kent, who in others who bad assisted in making the meeting a success.
early life was a hard-working and successful London solicitor, but in ENTERTAINMENTS.
1880 he was ordained by the present Archbishop of York to a Stafford
shire curacy, and in that county and in Kent has been an active parish In the evening the members visited the Grand Theatre at the invitation priest. He was a capital preacher, a good visitor, a man of broad of the Swansea and Neath Society, where “The Little Minister” was sympathies, an active member of the Board of Guardians, and brought performed.
his business capacities to the Church's service. He placed in Farnborough On Thursday the re were two alternative excursions. The first of these Church a new organ and a restored chancel, and gave the parish a mission. was to Margam Abbey, on the east side of Swansea Bay, on the invitation room and an addition to the churchyard. of Miss Talbot, who provided luncheon and tea. The other was to Pen- Stevenson, the novelist, says the St. James's Gazetle, in a lawyer's office nard and the Gower Coast, where luncheon was provided by the Swansea was certainly not a success. He would arrive in the morning looking very and Neath Society; the society also lunched the members on Tuesday unprofessional in his walking kit, and was only trusted with copying and Wednesday at the Albert Hall. The Mumbles and Langland Bay work, because, as Mr. Edwards, the surviving partner of the firm, says, and other places of interest were also visited.
he bad no experience of drafting, and “ may have found the somewhat dry
intricacies of conveyancing, which are for the most part government by SOLICITORS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION.
hard and fast rules of law, foreign to his marvellous imagination." Nor
was his mere copying at all trustworthy, for Mr. Edwards found five The annual meeting of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association was held errors on two short pages, although the handwriting was neat, round, on Thursday at the Royal Institution of South Wales, Swansea, Mr. John and clear. Thomas Stevenson, the engineer, meant the law to be refuge HUNTER (London) taking the chair.
for Louis when authorship failed. It was well for Stevenson as well as The report stated that the association had now 3,428 members enrolled, for any possible client that he never needed to have recourse to that of whom 1,127 are life and 2,301 annual subscribers ; 58 of the life mem- refuge. bers are also contributors of annual subscriptions, ranging from one to The International Conference on Maritime Law has been held at five guineas. The benefits of the association have been extensively en- | Antwerp. The English delegates present were Mr. Carver, Q.C., Mr.
Douglas Owen, Mr. T. R. Miller, and Mr. John Glover. Twelve questions names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Robert Vickers were proposed for discussion, the first ten having regard to collisions, and
Critchley, 6, St. James's-sq, Manchester. Lesch & Son, Manchester, solors to the
liquidator the last two affecting the subject of shipowners' liability. The debates,
London Gazette.–TUESDAY, Oct. 4. says the Times correspondent, served to bring out clearly how our English
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. system differs from that of nearly all the Continental nations, as it pro British Westralian Mines AND SHARE CORPORATION, LIMITED-Creditors are required,
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. vides for the owner being liable to the extent of £8 per ton for the ship
on or before Nov 30, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their and €15 per ton where life is lost, whatever may be the value of the ship debts or claims, to Edgar Alfred Tyler, 1, Queen Victoria-st. Clulow, Gracechurchitself. It gives aggrieved persons the right to seize the ship in satisfac- st, solor to the liquidator tion of claims, or the shipowner is liable to be sued personally for the
DARBY CONFECTIONERY CO, LIMITED - Petition for winding up, presented Sept 29, directed
to be heard Oct 26 Moggridge, 17, John st, Bedford row, solor for the petnrs. damages, as assessed in a court of law. Most of the Continental nations Notice of appearing must reach the above-damed not later than 6 o'clock in the act on a different system ; the shipowner is not personally liable, and the afternoon of Oct 25 extent of his liability is in all cases limited to the value of the ship which
GLAMORGAN STEAM JOINERY CO, LIMITED--Creditors are required, on or before Noy 15, to
send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to is in the wrong, together with her freight. After an interesting discus
William Cooke, 25, Dunraven pl, Bridgend sion it was settled that the matter should stand over for another year, HANXAN’S PARINGA GOLD Mixe, LIMITED --Creditors are required, on or before Nov 14, to receiving in the meantime the careful attention of the International send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Julius Maritime Committee.
Wilson Hetherington Byrne, 81, Gracechurch st QUORN REPOSITORY, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 16, to send their debts or claims to James Rhodes,
109, Colmore row, Birmingham. Forsyth & Bettinson, MARRIAGE.
VICKERS & Co, Limited-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 11, to send their names Lewis-Mitxe.-On Oct. 5, at Holy Trinity Church, Southport, by the Rev. W. H. and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Lionel Henry Lemon, 4,
Marsden, M.A., Vicar of St. Luke's, Christopher Sothern Lewis, B.A., LL.B., Barrister- King st, Cheapside at-Law, to Florence, daughter of 'J. F. Milne, Esq., J.P., Lulworth-road, Birkdale,
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. and Manchester.
HOLY OAK SICK AND BENEFIT SOCIETY, 67, Steward st, Birmingham. Sept 7
caster. Sept 28
SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK.
UNDER 22 &:23 VICT. CAP. 35. stabling and grounds of over three-quarters of an acre, with possession; Hurling
LAST DAY OF CLAIM. ham-house, Trinity-place, Eastbourne, a commodious Freehold detached Residence ;
London Gazette.-Tuesday, Sept. 20. let op repairing lease at £150 per annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Freshfields & Williams, AYERS, ALFRED WILLIAM, Dover Oct 31 Carder, Dover London. (See advertisement, Oct. 1, p. 3.).
BAILEY, THOMAS JOSEPH, Walthamstow Oct 31 Houghton & Son, New Broad st Oct. 13.-Messrs. C. C. & T. Moore, at the Mart, at 2, detached Family Residence, Bates, ELIZABETH, Hackney Wick Nov 15 Crowders & Vizard, Lincoln's inn fields
Kelvedon House, Aden-terrace, Green-lanes, N., containing 10 rooms, large garden, Black, John FRANCIS, Seaforth, nr Liverpool, Master Mariner Nov 12 Toulmin & and stabling, estimated rental £90 per annum ; term 50 years unexpired, at a pepper- Co, Liverpool corn. Freehold Premises at Spitalfields, known as “Netherlands Dramatic club," BRIGHT, FREDERICK, Scarborough Oct 8 Spyer & Sons, New Broad st Bell-lane ; let on lease (unexpired term 16 years) at £400 per annum. And Lease- BUCHANAN, SARAH ELIZA, Rochester Nov 7 Prall & Co, Rochester hold Dwelling-Houses, producing £508 per annum. Thirty-nine Leasehold Dwelling- COLLINS, HARMAN, Canterbury Nov 7 Mowll & Mowll, Canterbury Houses at Stratford, let to weekly tenants at rents amounting to £821 12s. per Gough, Sophia MARY, Llandudno Nov 19 Watson & Son, Leicester annum. (See advertisement, this week, back page.)
GRANT, MARY Ann, Tynemouth Nov 1 Adamson & Adamson, North Shields Oct. 13.--STIMSON & Sons, at the Mart, at 2 in Five Lots, at South Acton, near GRATTAN, WILLIAM, Sheffield Nov 26 Alderson & Co, Sheffield
Mill-hill Park and South Acton Stations, F.eehold Ground-rents of £106 195. per GRAY, MARY ANN, Maidstone, Buker Nov 1 Ellis, Maidstone annum. Solicitors, Messrs Vincent & Vincent, London. A Life Policy for £500, GUDE, CHARLES, sen, Hackney, Contractor Oct 24 Ward & Co, Gracechurch st with Reversionary Bonus of £50 already added, with profits. Solicitor, Herbert HERRING, WILLIAM, Leamington Oct 15 Bishop, Armley Moor, Leeds Carden, Esq , Brighton. (See advertisement, Oct. 1, p. 3.)
HOWARD, CHARLES THOMSON, Great Witchingham, Norfolk Oct 20 Clowes & Co, King's Oct. 14.-Messrs. C. RAWLEY Cross & Co., at the Mart, at 2, Freehold Ground-rents Bench walk, Temple
of £133 103. per annum, secured upon 17 houses at Kensington; also Freehold HUGHES, NATHANIEL, Llanwnog, Montgomery, Farmer Oct 20 Williams & Co, NewGround-rents of £105 p r annum, secured upon residential flats at Kensington.
town Solicitor, T. H. Hiscott, Esq., London. Freehold Ground-rent of £15) per annum, HUTTON, ANTHONY, Liverpool Oct 22 Kearsey & Co, Old Jewry secured upon residential flats at Kensington Solicitors, Messrs. Street, Poynder, Lockwood, HARRIETT, Huddersfield Nov 1 Scholefield & Co, Batley & Co., London. Also Double-fronte i Vi la of 10 rooms; lease 65 years ; value £80 MILES, SARAH ANNE, Salisbury, Wilts Oct 8 Wilson & Sons, Salisbury per annum. (See advertisement, this week, back page.)
OCKENDEN, ARTHUR JOHN, Brighton, Surgeon Oct_20 Clifton, New inn, Strand RESULT OF SALES.
SIGGEE, JAMES, Wisbech St Peter, Cambs Nov 7 Fraser & Co, Wisbech Messrs. FOSTER & CRANFIELD's Sale of Reversions and Life Policies realized £6,750 at SIAMONDS, HARRIET, Clapham Oct 20 Gerrish & Foster, College st the Mart, E.C., on Thursday last, among the lots sold being the following:
SIMMONS, ALFRED John,
Eastbourne, Ironmonger Oct 20 Pidcock & Sons, Eastbourne REVERSIONS:
TAYLOR, Jonx, Newton Heath, Lancs Nov 5 Minor, Manchester Absolute to One-seventh of £2,480 27 per Cent. Consols
Sold £155 TEBAY, Anx, Orton, Westmorland Oct 31 Moser & Sons, Kendal. Absolute to £2,000
1,350 TOWELL, James, Camden rd Oct 31 Donaldson, Bedford row Absolute to One-third of £9,140
1,500 West, STEPHEN, Newton, Cambridge, Farmer Oct 22 Welchman & Co, Wisbech Absolute to One-eighth of £10,282
225 WORRALL, ELIZABETH, Bhaw Oct 3 Clegg, Rochdale LIFE POLICIES:
London Gazette-Friday, Sept. 23. For £500; life 62...
420 BARNES, Joseph, Heston, Market Gardener Nov 1 Peake, Clement's inn, Strand For £2,000; life 75
2,420 BELCHER, FREDERICK ANTHONY, Bedford row, Solicitor Oct 27 Edmonds & Turner, For £1,000; life 55
Gray's inn sq
Bloom, Francis STEPHEN, Norwich, Horse Hair Manufacturer Oct 26 Blyth, Norwich WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND Lessees.—Before pur. BLYTHE, WILLIA», High Catton, York, Farmer Nov 12 Robson, Pocklington. chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly Chadwick, Robert, Newton Detached, pr Manchester Oct 24 Slater & Co, Manchester Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter Cooper, FREDERICK GEORGE, Hackney Nov 7 Arthur Blott, Stratford Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full Dixon, JAMES, Oldham Oct 29 Shaw, Oldham particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[Apvt.]
East, Thomas, Milby, Boroughbridge, Innkeeper Oct 10 Gilling, Knaresborough
EGGBEER, John, Highweek, Devon Oct 21 Woosnam, Newton Abbott
FAULKNER, HbLEY, Sparkhill, Birmingham Oct 25 King & Ludlow, Birmingham
Faulks, THOMAS, Bromley, Horse Dealer Oct 24 Lee, Colchester
FENN, BENJAMIN, Walworth Nov 21 Turner & Co, King st
GANDY, John, Canterbury Oct 23 Burch, Canterbury,
Glover, SAMUEL, Harrington sq Oct 20 Church, Fenchurch st
directed to be heard, before Channell, J, on Oct 12. Hubbard & Wheeler, 13 & 14, HARDWICK, SILVESTER, Clevedon, Somerset, Farmer Oct 31 Wood, Wrington
HARNETT, ELIZABETH, Flint Nov 1 Stellard & Turner, Bedford row
heard before the court at Kingston-on-Thames on Nov 11. Webbers & Duncan, 22, HOTHAM, Mrs MAZY ANNE, Scaftworth, Notts Oct 21 Crust & Co, Beverley
KINGLAKE, JOHN HAMilton, Tauoton, Doctor Sept 29 Meyler & Sheppard, Taunton CONISHEAD SRIP Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 17, to send their KNIGHTLEY, Rev Sir ValExTINE KNIGHTLEY, Preston Capez, Northampton, Bart Nov 1
names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Joseph Angus Burton & Bird, Diventry
Forster, Barrow in Furnoss. Waugh & Musgrave, Cockermouth, solors to liquidator LEACH, Clara, Bournemouth Oct 23 Mooring & Co, Bournemouth
be heard Oct 26. Vanderpump & Son, 13, Gray's inn sq, solors for the petners. Notice Mason, HENRY, York, Farmer Oct 25 Chapman & Dixon, Leyburn RSO, Yorks
names and addresses, and particulars of their claims, to James Duff, Barum House, NEUMANN, GEORGE, Awliscombe, Devon Oct 31 Bremridge & Luke, Exeter
Noel, The Hon HENAY Lewis, Westbourne ter Novi Bridges & Co, Red Lion sq INTERNATIONAL Securities Trust CORPORATION, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, pre- PLAXTON, MARY Ann, Kingston upon Hull Oct 21 Crust & Co, Beverley
sented Sept 19, directed to be heard Oct 26. Granville M. Kenyon, 6, Old Jewry, solor Price, AUBREY CHARLES, Clapham Oct 4 Wharton, Joha st, Bedford row
RINTOUL, CAROLINE, Peckham Nov 3 Peacock, South sq, Gray's inn
to be heard Oct 26. Chester & Co, 36, Bedford row, solors for the petners. Notice of SEARLE, JOSEPH, Tiverton, Devon Oct 25 Hole & Pugsley, Tiverton
SMYTA, HARRIET FRANCES STAPLES, Bath Nov 4 O'Donoghue & Anson, Bristol PONTYPRIDD AND RIONDDA VALLEY ASSETS PURCHASE, Debt COLLECTING AND FINANCIAL Solomon, Hon MICHAEL, Seville, St Ann, Jamaica Novl Davis, Moorgate st
AGENCY, Limited (in LIQUIDATION)--Creditors are required, on or before Oct. 25, to TADMAN, HERBERT, Kiogston upon Hull, Timber Merchant Oct 21 Atkinson & Daly, send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Robert Kingston upon Hull George Morgan, 16, Market sq, Pontypridd
Wall, GEORGE Edwin, Malmesbury, Wilts, Shopkeeper Nov 1 Clark & Smith, Malmez. ROTUNDA THEATRE Co, LIVERPOOL, LIMITED-Crelitors are required, on or before Nov bury
12, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to WARD, ANN, Clova rd, Essex Oct 24 Regge, Finsbury circus
Wood, William, Tyldesley, Lancs, Farmer Oct 21 Marsh, Leigh
FERNLEY, THOMAS, Breinton, Herefords Oct 10 at 32, MOSELEY, JOSEPH, Mile End rd High Court Pet Aug 26
Ord Sept 26
Pet April 25 Ord Sept 24
HACKING, ROBERT BertwiSTLE, Preston, Lancs, Insurance REEVES, AARON, Upper Parkstone, Dorset, Grocer Poole ADAMS,
WILLIAM, Walsall, Greengrocer
Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 28
SUCH, CHARLES FREDERICK, Bootle, Lancs, Boot Dealer BADOER, GEORGF, Claverdon, Warwicks, Farmer Warwick Jones, Arthur Isaac, Harlesden, Dairyman' Oct 10 at 12
Bankroptcy bldgs, Carey st
Liverpool Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26 Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
KNIGHT, FREDERICK BLACKBURN LYSAGHT, Hampton | Talbot, ROBERT, Chiswick, Barge Builder Brentford Pet BALL, MARION PONSONBY, Darlington Stockton on Tees
Bishop, Herefords Oct 10 at 2.30 2, Offa st, Kere- Sept 24 Ord Sept 24 Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
TANNER, ALFRED, Gloucester, Painter Gloucester Pet BENDALL, ARCHIBALD HENRY, Cheltenham, Athletic Out
LAMBERT, ERNEST ORGER, Northumberland avenue, Sept 27 Ord Sept 27 fitter Cheltenham Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
Financier Oct 10 at 11 Bankruptcy bldge, Carey st Thomas, WILLIAM HENRY, Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Licensed BoxD, ALFRED ERNEST, Derby, Pianoforte Tuner
Derby LLEWELLYN, EDMUND, Blackwood, Mon, Beerhouse Victualler Bangor Pet Aug 25 Ord Sept 23 Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
Tomlinson, THOMAS EDWARDS, Heswall, Cheshire Birken.
Keeper Oct 10 at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil BOSWORTH, John, Sheffield, Pork Butcher Sheffield Pet
MCLAREN, ALEXANDER, Leeds, Fish Salesman Oct 10 at 3 head Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26 Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
Off Rec, 22, Park row, Leeds
WAKEFIELD, JULIA, and WILLIAM WAKEFIELD, Swindon BOWDEN, ANNIE, Margate, Greengrocer Canterbury Pet
MARRITT, GEORGE WILLIAM, Kingston upon Hull, Cabinet Drapers Swindon Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26 Sept 27 Oid Sept 27
Maker Oct 7 at 11 Off Rec, Trinity House lane, Hull WALDER, MICHAEL, Cowfold, Sussex Farmer Brighton Bridex, FREDERICK, Barnsbury, Licensed Victualler High Martin, Captain ERNEST STANLEY, Broad st av, Company Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26 Court Pet Aug 16_Ord Sept 26
Promoter Oct 7 at 1
WINGROVE, JAMES ALEXANDER, Sackville st, Ladies' Tailor
Tokenhouse bldgs, Solicitor MARTIN, John, Upper Norwood, Schoolmaster Oct 7 at High Court Pet Aug 5 Ord Sept 26
11.30 24, Railway app, London Bridge
Amended notice substituted for thet published in the Oct 7 at 12 Bank
London Gazette of Aug. 2: on Tyne Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28 CHEYNEY, WILLIAM JAMES, Teddington, Watchmaker Moseley, Joseph, Mile End rd Oct 7 at 11 Bankruptcy
ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
SMITH, JOSHUA, Dresden, Staffs, Grocer Stoke upon Trent
Pet July 13 Ord July 28 Kingston, Surrey Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27 bldgs, Carey st
London Gaselie.-TUESDAY, Oct. 4. CLAYTON, MARK, Yeadon, Yorks, Woollen Manufacturer Moss, SAMUEL, Statham in Lymm, Cheshire, Toolmaker
RECEIVING ORDERS. Leeds Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
Oct 7 at 10.45 Court house, Palmyra sg, Warrington ANDERSON, JAMES, Whitehaven, Cumberland Whitehaven Cook, HENRY SAMUEL, Birmingham, Doctor Birmingham
NACHMANN, EDWARD, Blackpool, Hairdresser Oct 7 at 3 Pet Sept 19 Ord Sept 29
Off Rer, 14, Chapel st, Preston
BAGSAAW, SAMUEL MARK, sen, Lowestoft, Marine Store
Oct 7 at 3 Dealer_Great Yarmouth Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 borough Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
Roee and Crown Hotel, Saffron Walden,
Bowyer, William, jun, Northwich, Builder Nantwich Creighton, Joun, Bow lane, Accountant High Court Potts, JAMES Henry, Ryde, I W, Lodging house Keeper Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 Pet July 27 Ord Sept 26
Oct 10 at 11.30 Off Rec, Newport, I W
BRAHAM, BERNARD, Egremont, Cheshire, Architect BirkenCBUDGE, HARRY, Brampton, Devon, Plumber Exeter Pet
RIPLEY, JOAN "ILLIAM, Blackpool, Butcher Oct 7 at 3.20 head Pet Aug 11 Ord Sept 29
Off Rec, 14, (apel st, Preston
BRUNT, JARVIS, Eckington, Miner Chesterfield Pet Oct 1
Ord Oct 1 ton on Tees Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
Oct 7 at 11 Of Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough Brck, WILLIAM, Ipswich, Builder Ipswich Pet Sept 30 Donds, John GEORGE, Heaton. Newcastle on Tyne, Rourke, Francis, Leeds, Innkeeper Oct 10 at 3.15 Off
Ord Sept 30 Tobacconist Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 26 Ord
Rec, 22, Park Tow, Leeds
CAPPs, EDMUND, jun, Turnham Green, Builder Brentford Sept 26
Shaw, HENRY B: ampton, Chesterfield, Butcher Oct 7 at Pet Sept 30 Ord Bept 30 Evans, RICHARD HENRY, Aberdare, Painter Aberdare Pet
11 Off kec, 40, St Mary's gate, Derby
CLARKE, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, Brixton High Court Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
SIMPSON, ROBERT HENRY, Bridlington Quay, Yorks, Com- Sept 29 Ord Sept 30 FEEK, JOHN TownLEY, Great Yarmouth, Refreshment house Keeper Great Yarmouth Pet Sept 28 Ord
mercial Traveller Oct 7 at 11 Off Rec, 74, Newborough, CLELLAND, ROBERT, Sleekburn, Northumberland, House Scarborough
Agent Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 Sept 28
SLEEMAN, JOHN HENRY, Halwell, Devons Oct 11 at 1.15 COATEN, MARK, Leicester, Fruit Salesman Leicester Pet HOUSE, John Thomas, Bradford, Grocer Bradford Pet
Sanders & Son, High st, Barnstaple
Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
Smith, John Lewis, Cardiff, General Dealer Oct 7 at 11 CONDUIT, GEORGE EDWIN, Alton, Hants, Music Seller Jones, Thomas HENRY, and Thomas Cadwell, Southport,
29, Queen st, Cardiff
Winchester Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 Plumbers Liverpool Pet Sept 13 Ord Sept 28
TAYLOB, William, Swansea, Baker Oct 7 at 12 Off Rec, Davidson, Joux, South Shields, Cycle Manufacturer NewKELLAM, WILLIAM, Nottingham, Engine Driver Notting
31, Alexandra rd, Swansea
castle on Tyne Pet Sept 15 Ord Sept 29 ham Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27 THOMAS, Thomas, Bridgend, Glam, Bicycle Agent Oct 8 Davis, George,
Mile End id, Egg Merchant High Court LAMBERT, ERNEST ORGER, Northumberland av, Financier
at 9.30 29, Queen st, Cardiff
Pet Oct 1 Ord Oct 1 High Court Pet Aug 15 Ord Sept 26
TRENBERTH, Alreed, Gwennap, Cornwall, Farmer Oct 8 Fells, JOSEPH, Whitechapel rd, Coffee house Keeper High LEES, EMMA, Saddleworth, Yorks, Farmer Oldham Pet
at 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro
Court Pet Aug 27 Ord Sept 30 Pet Sept 24 Ord Sept 24
WADE, WILLIAM, Cleethorpes, Builder Oct 7 at 11 Off FORSHAW, ALFRED, Liverpool, Solicitor Liverpool Pet LESLIE, DAVID, Barrow in Furness, Auctioneer Ulverston
Réc, 15, Osborne st, Gt Grimsby
Sept 16 Ord Sept 30 Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
WALSH, MARY JANE, Ancoats, Manchester, Poulterer's Francis, Joux, Armley, Leeds, Coal Merchant Leeds Pet LEWIS, HENRY, New Bond st High Court Pet Ang 9 Ord
Manager Oct 7 at 2.30 Off Rec, Byrom st, Man- Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 Sept 28
GANE, WILLIAM JAMES, Wath upon Dearne, York, Printer MACKLIN, ALBERT, Kensington High Court Pet May 9
WEST, ALBERT SPENCER, Kidderminster, Saddler Oct 7 at Sheffield Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 Ord Sept 22
2.15 H G Ivens, Solicitor, High st, Kiddermioster GOLD, FREDERICK, St Leonards on Sea, Coal Merchant MusselWHITE, CHARLES, Wilton, Wilts, Saddler Salis
WILLIAMS, THOMAS ARTHUR, Brynmawr, Brecknocks, Inn- Hastings Pet Sept 15 Ord Sept 29 bury Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept
keeper Oct 11 at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil HANLEY, ARTHUR, South Kirkby, Farmer Wakefield Pet PRITCHARD, HENRY GEORGE, Linver rd, Parson's green
Sept 28 Ord Sept 28 High Court Pet Sept 8 Ord Sept 28
HARE, MARMADUKE, Bow High Court Pet Sept8 Ord REEVES, A ARON, Upper Parkstone, Dorset, Grocer Poole Baker, ANNIE Eliza, Hove, Sussex, Lodging house Sept 30
Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
Keeper Brighton Pet Sept 24 Ord Sept 27
HINES, SAMUEL, Northampton, Grocer Northampton Pet
Sept 27 Ord Sept 30 Pet Sept 16 Ord Sept 28
Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
HOLLY, JAMES EDWARD, Boscombe, Commission Agent Rovere, FRANCIS, Leeds, Innkeeper Leeds Pet Sept 14 BENDALL, ARCHIBALD HENRY, Cheltenham, Athletic Out- High Court Pet Sept 14 Ord Sept 30 Ord Sept 27
fitter Cheltenham Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
Holdsworth, ROBERT MARTix, Fenchurch av High Court Such, CHARLES FREDERICK, Bootle, Lancs, Boot Dealer BENJAMIN, Walter GRANVILLE, Kilburn, Estate Agent's Pet Sept 7 Ord Sept 30
Liverpool Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
Manager High Court Pet Aug 10 Ord Sept 24 KELLAWAY, WILLIAM FRIEND, Platts Common, Yorks,
Miner Barnsley Pet Sep: 29 Ord Sept 29 Pet Sept 24 Ord Sept 24
High Court Pet July 29 Ord Sept 22
KENNETT, CHARLOTTE Mary, Margate, Fruiterer CanterTANNER, ALFRED, Gloucester, Painter Glou ester Pet
Bosworth, Joun, Sheffield, Pork Butcher Sheffield Pet bury Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
KITCHING, CHARLES HENRY, Kingston upon Hull, Plumber Tomlinson, THOMAS EDWARDS, Heswall, Cheshire Birken- Bowden, ANNIE, Margate, Greengrocer Canterbury Pet
Kingston upon Hull Pet Aug 26 Ord Sept 30 head Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
Sept 27 Ord Sept 27
LESTER, HAROLD, Kingston upon Hull, Traveller Kingston VINES, H KENRICK, Brockley, Medical Practitioner BurrelL, GEORGE William, Birstall, York, Manufacturer upon Hull Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
Greenwich Pet Aug 24 Ord Sept 27
Dewsbury Pet Aug 20_Ord Sept 23
LONSDALE, WILLIAN HENRY, Stockton on Tees, Fruiterer CHARLTON, THOMAS, West Hartlepool, Cooper Newcastle Stockton on Tees Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 don, Wilts, Drapers Swindon Pet Sept 26 Ord
on Tyne Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
O'llagan, EDWARD, Birkenhead, Grocer Birkenhead Pet Sept 26
Cooper, GEORGE BENRY, Scarborough, Plumber WALDER, MICHAEL, Cowfold, Sussex, Farmer Brighton
Oct 1 Ord Oct 1 borough Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
PORTER, CHARLES John, Trenholme Bar, York Stockton Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
CRUDGE, HARRY, Bampton, Devons, Plumber Exeter Pet on Tees Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 WALKER, RICHARD HEATH, Catford, Kent Greenwich Sept 26 Ord Sept 26
STURTRIDGE, THOMAS, Luxulyan, Cornwall, Farmer Truro Pet Sept 5 Ord Sept 27
DAVIES, JAMES, Troedyrhiwfwch, Glam, Grocer Merthyr TEMPLEAN, THOMAS LoviBond, Slough, Bucks, Engineer Amended notice substituted for that published in the London Gazette of Aug 16 :
Tydfil Pet Sept 12 Ord Sept 24
Dewas, HENRY JOHN, Rotherhithe New rd, Licensed Windsor Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
Toox, JOSEPH Joux, Leamington, House Decorator Rowe, Leicester, Boot Manufacturers Leicester Pet Dixox, FrancIS BAIN BRIDGE, Darlington, Builder Stock
Warwick Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
TRIPP, GEORGE WILLIAM, Great Yarmouth Great Yar-
conist Newcastle on Tyne Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 26 TURNER, JAMES VINCENT, Hanley, Solicitor Hanley Pet
EDWARDS, THOMAS CLARKE, Uttoxeter, Staffs, Dairyman Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 Keeper Oct 7 at 3 Off Rec, 4, Pavilion bldgs, Burton on Trent Pet Aug 22 Ord Sept 27
Tysoe, David, Walthamstow, Shopfit'er High Court Brighton BARNES, GEORGE RICHARD TAMSETT, Whitwell, I of W,
Evans, RICHARD HENRY, Aberdare, Painter Aberdare Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 Labourer Oct 10 at 11 Off Rec, Newport, I of W
Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28
WELLS, THOMAS, Princes st, Cavendish sq High Court BOWDEN, ANNIE, Margate, Greengrocer Oct 13 at 9.30
FEEK, JOHN Townley, Gt Yarmouth, Refreshment House Pet Aug 24 Ord Sept 29 Off Rec, 73, Castle st, Canterbury
Keeper Gt Yarmouth Pet Sept 28 Ord Sept 28 WHITE, John OSBORN, Freshwater, I of W, Builder New
FERXLEY, THOMAS, Breinton, Herefords Hereford Pet BAIDEN, FREDERICK, Barnsbury, Licensed Victualler Oct
port Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 10 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Sept 7 Ord Sept 27
WINCHESTER, FREDERICK WILIAM, Ilkeston, Derbye, Boot GLEDHILI, ALBERT, Crawley, Sussex, Veterinary Surgeon Dealer Nottingham Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 CRABB, GEORGE, Ryde, I of W, Baker Oct 10 at 10.30 Off Rec, Newport, I of W
Brighton Pet Sept 23 Ord Sept 27
WOODWARD, CHARLES J, Clapton, Fruiterer High Court CREIGHTON, Joux, Bow In, Accountant Oct 10 at 11
GREATOREX, RICHARD, and FREDERICK GREATOREX, Man- Pet Aug 5 Ord Sept 29
chester, Carriers Manchester Pet Aug 30 Ord WOOLLEN, Thomas, Bristol, Hay Dealer Bristol Pet Oct Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st CRUDGE, HARRY, Bampton, Devons, Plumber Oct 20 at
1 Ord Oct 1 10.30 Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
Hopewell, HerbÆRT BARNETT, Nottingham, Insurance | YORKE, GEORGE, Retford, Seedsman Lincoln Pet Sept 30
Ord Sept 30
Oct 7 at 12.30 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea
London Gazette of August 19:
Oldham Pet FINCH, ALICE, Parbold, Lancs, Grocer Wigan Pet Aug 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st DUBHAM, ELIZABETH, Tavistock, Devon, Fellmonger Oct
Sept 24 Ord Sept 24
16 Ord Aug 16 7 at 11
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
LESLIE, David, Barrow in Furness, Auctioneer Uiverston
London Gazette of September 23:
Tydfil Pet Sept 12 Ord Sept 21
GARDNER, FITZROY, Margaret st, Cavendish sq, Journalist REEHOLD GROUND-RENTS in amounts A LDRIDGE, John WILLIAM, Nottingham, Lace Manufac- High Court Pet July 12 Ord Sept 29
varying from £18 to £2,000 per annum, well secured turer Oct 11 at 12 County Court house, St Peter's GREENHALGH, JOSEPH, Blackburn, Fruit Merchant Black
upon Suburban Residences, Shop and other Property; gate, Nottingham
burn Pet Sept 19 Ord Sept 30
price 25 to 30 years' purchase. --Apply to Messrs. BEAN, BADGER, GEORGE, Claverdon, Warwicks. Farmer Oct 12 at HILL, Ben, Bootle, Lancs Liverpool Ord Sept 30
BURNETT, & Co., 15, Nicholas-lane, E.C. 1,30 County Court Office, Jury st, Warwick BENDALL, ARCHIBALD HARRY, Cheltenham, Athletic Out
HINES, SAMUEL, Northampton, Grocer Northampton Pet fitter Oct 13 at 11.15 County Court bldgs, Cheltenham Sept 27 Ord Sept 30
OLICITOR (35), large general experience, BIRKIN, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Grocer Oct 12 at 11.30
KELLAWAY, WILLIAM_FRIEND, Platts Common, Yorks,
including Advocacy, wishes to Purchase Share in
Established Business.-MELBA, care of H. Credgington, BOND, ALFRED Ernest, Derby, Pianoforte Tuner Oct 11
KENNETT, CHARLOTTE MARY, Margate, Fruiterer Canterat 2.30 Off Rec, 40, 8t Mary's gate, Derby
bury_Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
Esq., 9, Arundell-street, Piccadilly. BOSWORTH, John, Sheffield, Pork Butcher Oct 12 at 2 Off
LESTER, HAROLD, Kingston upon Hull, Traveller KingsRec, Figtree in, Sheffield
ton upon Hull Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30 BUNNING, THOMAS, Loddington, Northamptons, Farmer
LONSDALE, WILLIAM HENRY, Stockton on Tees, Fruiterer
with practical experience in formation of Companies Northampton
O'HAGAN, EDWARD, Birkenhead, Grocer Birkenhead Pet is willing to act as London Agent for the purpose of ad-
vising on and settling memorandum, articles, and conCarR, ROBERT JAMES Ewing, Tokenhouse bldgs, Solicitor PHILLIPS, THOMAS George, Swansea Swansea Pet Sept 1
tracts for moderate inclusive fee.-LONDINIUM, care of Oct 12 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Ord Sept 27
Messrs. Reynell & son, Advertisement Offices, 44, ChanDAVENPORT, GEORGE RICHARD, Burslem, Licensed Victualler Oct 11 at 11 Off Rec, King st, Newcastle under Lyme
PORTER, CHARLES John, Trenholme Bar, York Stockton cery-lane, London, W.Ć. Dixon, FRANCIS BAINBRIDGE, Darlington, Builder
on Tees Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29
Oct 11 at 11 Off Rec,18, Albert'rd, Middlesborough RIGBY, JOHN, Broughton, nr Preston, Corn Miller Preston
PLEASURE Dodds, JOHN GEORGE, Heaton, Newcastle on Tyne,
Pet Sept 16 Ord Sept 30
CRUISE by their
Steamship "LUSITANIA,” 3,912 tons register, HARE, MARMADUKE, Bow Oct 12 at 1 Bankruptcy bldgs, SALMOND, CHARLES SHORT, Jermyn st, St James's. Ce m
High Court Pet March 25 Pet st
To the MEDITERRANEAN and the BLACK SEA, HOULDS WORTH, ROBERT MARTIN, Fenchurch av Oct 13 at
Sept 29 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st STURTRIDGE, THOMAS, Luxulgan, Cornwall, Farmer Truro
Embarking passengers at VILLEFRANCHE (Nice) on the
30th September. HOUSE, JOHN THOMAS, Bradford, Grocer Oct 13 at 11 Off
Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29
(Passengers leave London 29th September.) Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
Surrey Pet Jan 17 Ord Aug 25
The following places will be JONES, EDWARD John, New Tredegar, Mon, Provision
visited :-PALERMO, Dealer Oct 12 at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
TRENBERTI, ALFRED, Gwennap, Cornwall, Farmer Truro CONSTANTINOPLE, SEBASTOPOL, BALAKLAVA,
Pet Sept 21 Ord Sept 29 Lewis, HENRY, New Bond st Oct 12 at 12 Bankruptcy
YALTA (for Livadia), BATOUM (for Tiflis), PIRAUS bldgs, Carey st
Tripp, GEORGE WILLIAM, Great Yarmouth Great Yar. (for Athens), CANKA (Crete), MALTA, ALGIERS, mouth Pet Oct 1 Ord Oct 1
GIBRALTAR. MACKLIN, ALBERT, Kensington Oct 13 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
TURNER, JAMES Vincent, Hanley, Solicitor Hanley Pet The Steamer will arrive back in LONDON 8th November
Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
String band, electric light, high-class cuisine. MEYLER-WARLOW, Thomas Picton WARLOW, Bowness on
Sept 29_Ord Sept 29 Solway, Schoolmaster Oct 17 at 3 Off Rec, 34, Fisher
WALLACE, HENRY SYDNEY Davidson, Broad st, Cheipside, Managers: F. Green & Co.; Anderson, Anderson, & Co. st, Carlisle Merchant High Court Pet July 22 Ord Sept 28
Head Offices: Fenchurch-avenue. MORRISON, ROBERT BROWN, Llanfairfechan, Carnarvon,
WAITE, John Osborn, Freshwater, I of W, Builder New-
port Pet Sept 30_Ord Sept 30
For passage apply to the latter firm at 6, FenchurchBangor
avenue, London, E.C.; or to the West-End Branch Office,
Pet Aug 24 Ord Sept 28 PORTER, CHABLES John, Trenholme Bar, Yorks Oct 11 at
16, Cockspur-street, S.W. 11 Off Rec, 8, Albert rd, Middlesborough
WINCHESTER, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Ilk eston, Derbys, Boot
Dealer Nottingham Pet Sept 30 Ord Sept 30
NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND AGENCY RIDING, ALBERT CHARLES, Docking, Norfolk, Chemist Oct Londor Gazette of 19th Aug. and 26th Aug. : 15 at 1 Off Rec, 8, King st, Norwich
Fiscu, Alice, Parbold, Lanes, Grocer Wigan Pet Aug COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. ROBERTS, JOHN WILLIAM, Bangor, Carnarvon, Tailor Cct 16 Ord Aug 16
12 at 2 Ship Hotel, Bangor SCUTTS, WILLIAM NICHOLAS MERCER, Water In, Gt Tower
Chairman st, Solicitor Oct 11 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
H. R. GRENFELL, Esq. AN OPEN LETTER OF ADVICE. STURTRIDGE, TAOMAs, Luxulyan, Cornwall, Farmer Oct
£1,000,000. 13 at 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro Talbot, ROBERT, Chiswick, Barge Builder Oct 13 at 3 Off
Called Up, £200,000. Uncalled, £800,000. Rec, 95, Temple
chmbrs, Temple av TANNER, ALFRED, Gloucester, Painter Oct 11 at 11 Off Rec, Station rd, Gloucester
The Company receives money on Debentures for five or TAYLOR, Joseph, Mile End rd, Auctioneer Oct 11 at 12
'Interest payable half-yearly by coupons Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
attached to the Bonds. THOMAS, LEWIS HOWELL, Llansamlet, Glam, Grocer Oct
By the Articles of Association the issue of Debentures 12 at 12 Off Rec, 31, Alexandra rd, Swansea
is restricted to the amount of the uncalled capital, and THOMAS, WILLIAM HENRY, Colwyn Bay, Denbigh, Licensed
they are secured by a Trust Deed, establishing a preferVictualler Oct 12 at 12.30 Ship Hotel, Bangor
ential charge thereon for the holders. TUCKER, FRANCIS, Battersea, Chemist Oct 13 at il Bank
Prospectuses and full information as to the rates of ruptcy bldgs, Carey st DEAR READER,
interest may be obtained from the Manager, 8, Great Walder, MICHAEL, Cowfold, Sussex, Farmer Oct 11 at 2
A perusal of the remarkable particulars contained from Winchester-street, London, E.C. King's Head Hotel, Horsham
week to week in this journal will doubly repay you. WEBSTER, Fred, Somerby, Leics, Baker Oct 11 at 12.30 concire a form as possible the facts which we publish will Off Rec, 1, Berridge st, Leicester convey to any person of discernment why Dr. Tibbles'
E DE AND YORKE, GEORGE, Retford, Seedsman Oct 18 at 12.30 Off
Vi-Cocoa so far surpasses all other articles sold as beverages Rec, 31, Silver st, Lincoln
or food-beverages in true sustenant and nourishing power.
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa TS the Food Beverage of the
MAKERS ARTAUR, SIDNEY HERBERT FITZGERALD, Strand, Advertis- People, its merits having been recognised to an extent
hitherto unknown in the history of any preparation. Its ing Agent High Court Pet May 26 Ord Sept 29 BADGER, GEORGE, Claverdon, Warwicks, Farmer Warvalue as a food under every circumstance, and answering
BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. wick Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 29 all requirements, has been testified to by people of almost
To Her Majesty, the Lord Chancellor, the Whole of the Bagshaw, SAMUEL Mark, sen, Lowestoft, Marine Store restorative powers in cases of the greatest variety. every class and occupation, showing its wonderful
Judicial Bench, Corporation of London, &c. Dealer Great Yarmouth Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 BOND, ALFBED ERNEST, Derby, Pianoforte Tuner Derby advanced for any food beverage, nor, we believe, have they More sterling qualities than these could not possibly be
ROBRS POR QUEEN'S COUNSEL AND BARRISTBRB. Pet Sept 27 Ord Sept 28
ever before been attained by any other product until Dr. BOWYER, WILLIAM, jun, Northwich, Builder Nantwich
Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa was put upon the market. This Pet Sept 30 Ord sept 30
SOLICITORS' GOWNS. Boyle, the Hon H., Grosvenor st High Court Pet Aug 4
wonderful preparation is now found in the homes of Ord Sept 30 millions of the people. who cannot be induced to go
Law Wigs and Gowns for Registrars, Town BRIDEN, FREDERICK, Barnsbury, Licensed Victualler High many kind letters which have been sent us, and which are without it. We publish from time to time a few of the
Clerks, and Olerke of the Peace, Court Pet Aug 16 Ord Oct 1 entirely unsolicited.
Corporation Robes, University and Clergy Gowns
The proprietors of Dr. Tibbles' Vi-C.coa never ask for
testimony, and never, under any circumstances, publish Ord Sept 30
any letter for which payment directly or indirectly is 94, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON. CHEYNEY, WILLIAM JAMES, Teddington, Watchmaker
expected. The public have recognised that there is merit in Kingston, Surrey Pet Sept 27 Ord Oct 1
Dr. Tibbles' Vi-Cocoa, hence the many favourable
expressions of opinion that are being received daily from CLARKE, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, Brixton High Court Pet all classes.
PATENTS and TRADE-MARKS. Sept 29 Ord Sept 30
We leave it to the reader to consult coinmon sense, and CLAYTON, Mauk, Yeadon, York, Woollen Manufacturer
Leeds Pet Sept 26 Ord Sept 28 COATEN, MARK, Leicester, Fruit Salesman
already been done-for ordinary cocoa, tea and coffee, at
breakfast and other meals.
322, High Holborn, W.C. Winchester Pet Sept 3) Ord Sept 30
(and at Liv-RPOOL, MANCHESTER, and BIRMINGHAM),
Very truly yours, DANCER, Sir Thomas, Bt James's pl High Court Pet
LONDON and INTERNATIONAL AGENTS of ProJune 29 Ord Oct 1 DAVENPORT, GEORGE RICHARD, Burslem, Licensed Vic
DR. TIBBLES' VI-COCOA (1898) LTD.
vincial and Foreign SOLICITORS in tualler Hanley Pet Sept 9 60, 61, and 62, Bunhill-row,
Representatives in all Capitals.
Sept 16 Ord Oct 1
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Leeds Conveyancing and general business, and able to carry out Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29
36, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. Letters Patent obdetails of business entrusted to him; unadmitted man Cained and Registration effected in all parts of the GANE, WILLIAM JAMES, Wath upon Dearne, York, Printer preferred. --Address, Messrs. TORR & Co., 38, Bedford-row, World. Oppositions conducted. Opinions and Searches Sheffield Pet Sept 29 Ord Sept 29 by letter only. Mark letters "A."
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