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value, but it may be increased to one-fourth under special circumstances of for his vacation on the 13th of August, and will not be back until the 22nd danger attaching to the enterprize. One-eighth is awarded in the case of of October, when the Long Vacation ends. When he returns another recaptnre from pirates. Capture may be actual or constructive. Con- week or two will probably be occupied in completing the order, which may structive, or joint captors, are those who have assisted the actual captors be ready to be acted upon by the beginning of November. Several of the by conveying encouragement to them or intimidation to the enemy.* All parties interested in the money have been obliged to mortgage their sbares public ships within signalling distance are usually beld entitled to partici- of it. This is only one of numerous cases where the Long Vacation works pate in the proceeds of the capture. Prize captured in breach of the a serious injury to suitors and the delay to whom seems intolerable. Do neutrality of Great Britain may be restored by the Admiralty Division of you not think it time the vacation was shortened ? the High Court of Justice under powers conferred by the Foreign Eolist

Undefended matrimonial causes will be taken in the Probate and Divorce ment Act, 1870. By the Naval Prize Act, 1864, what is now the Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice has jurisdiction as a prize court Division after motions on each Monday during the sittings; and on Tuesday throughout the British dominions, and by this Act the procedure of prize and Wednesday, the 20th and 21st December. Special jury causes will be courts in the British dominions may be regulated by an Order in Council. taken on and after Tuesday, the 25th October. Probate and defended Questions of booty may be referred to the present Admiralty Division of matrimonial causes, for hearing before the court itself, will be taken after the High Court as a prize court under 3 & 4 Vict. c. 65, s. 22. Where the the special juries are disposed of; and may also be taken in Court II. captor is a public ship of war, the officers and crew have only such an

between October the 25th and November the 11th, when Admiralty cases interest in the proceeds of a prize as the Crown may from time to time

are not appointed to be heard. Common jury causes will be taken on and grant them. Besides a share in the prize, prize bounty is usually granted after Tuesday, November the 29th. Divisional Court, Tuesdays, November under the provisions of the Naval Prize Act, 1864, at the rate of the 1st and December the 6th. Motions will be heard in court at 11 a.m. £5 for each person on board an enemy's ship of war. As an inci.

on each Monday during the sittings. Summonses before the judge will dent to the right of maritime capture, there still exists the right be heard at 10.30 a.m. on each Saturday during the sittings. Summonses of visit and search, or the privilege attaching to any belligerent of before the Registrars will be heard at the Probate Registry, Somerset boarding any merchant vessel on the high seas to ascertain its nation- | House, at 11.30 a.m. on each Tuesday and Friday during the sittings. ality and the nature of its cargo, with all its possibilities for inter- All papers for motions must be left in tặe Contentious Department of the national complications, as witness the notorious Trent affair.

Principal Probate Registry at Somerset House before 2 p.m. on the To finally summarize the existing law. Upon the outbreak of hostilities, so

preceding Wednesday. far as nations who have not signed the Declaration of Paris are concerned, Maître Labori, M. Zola's counsel, is, says the World, still a young man, any neutral vessels carrying cargo belonging to a belligerent can be seized being only in his thirty-eighth year; indeed, by many he would be and taken to port for condemnation, though under these circumstances scarcely considered to have reached his prime; yet by dint of ability and the usage is for the captor to pay freight to the owner of the vessel. hard work, combined, it must be admitted, with good fortune, he stands In any case, goods constituting contraband of war destined for delivery to-day in the front rank of his profession in France, and his name is a to a belligerent are liable to capture and confiscation, and the carrier synonym in every civilized country for fearless and skilful advocacy. He cannot claim freight. There are dicta in some English cases that when was born at Rheims in 1860, and was educated at the Lycée there. the shipowner is privy to the carriage of contraband the ship is liable to Choosing the law as his profession, he enrolled himself as a student at the condemnation, but there exists no actual decision to that effect. A vessel Ecole de Droit. In 1884 he proceeded to the degree of avocat, attempting to violate an effective blockade is, with its freight, liable to having previously served in the army for the statutory term, which inspired capture, and opposition constitutes piracy. Some authorities, however, him, as it does most Frenchman, with a deep interest in the Republic's consider that if the owner of the vessel was ignorant of the destiny of the first line of defence. In France the profession of the law is as proverbially cargo, the former will escape confiscation. A charter made by an English slow as in this country, and consequently young Labori had to wait. His shipowner to run a blockade cannot be repudiated by him. Performance first important case was in 1894, when he defended the miscreant Vaillant, of a contract is excused where, before loading, the port of destination who threw the bomb into the Chambre des Députés. In that case the becomes blockaded, and the charter includes an exception of restraints prisoner's guilt was too clear to admit of being obscured by any art of of princes. Where, however, the blockade occurs subsequent to the advocacy, but Laborı left nothing unsaid that could possibly benefit his actual sailing, the question is more involved, but the captor would client. From this point M. Labori's rise in his profession was rapid, and in all probability release his prize. Insurance of a belligerent pro- it was his conduct of the case for his client in the Zola trial which gave perty is valid unless the policy includes a guarantee of neutrality. him his place in the front rank of advocates. Of course, unless the character of the property be disclosed, a policy could be avoided on the ground of concealment of a material fact. Lord Ludlow referred to the Criminal Evidence Act. He said : I cannot

In charging the grand jury at the Wiltshire Sessions at Marlborough, That the possible acquisition of prize money is of material service as an disguise from my mind that there are serious questions which will arise incentive to effort to our seamen is considered by some authorities as very with regard to the procedure to be adopted in carrying into effect some of doubtful, for it is counterbalanced by many grave objections, and has its provisions, questions as to which legal minds may reasonably differ. proved on numerous occasions to have operated or resulted very I am in hopes, therefore, that a council of judges will meet, who will lay disadvantageously. For instances of the truth of this contention, the feud down and promulgate some settled rules of procedure for the guidance of between Rodney and Arbuthnot, on the coast of North America ; the those who have to administer the Act. The old and fundamental disruption of the friendly relations between Nelson and St. Vincent, ter: rule of our criminal law--that the complaining party must make minating in a law suit; and the hostile criticism of Lord Howe's conduct out his case beyond reasonable doubt without any assistance from on the 1st of June, on the ground that his anxiety to secure the prizes the person charged

Act. prevented him following up his advantage to the full, may be cited. In Unless a strong prima facie case was made out, I should not myself

remains absolutely untouched by the considering what the effect of the abolition of the maritime capture would allow the person charged to give evidence, but should dismiss the be upon the legal profession, one's mind at once reverts to the somewhat

Criminal cases must not be decided on the preponderance grotesque experiences of the famous Lord Cochrane in connection with the of probabilities, but on the proof of guilt. If the person charged is the Maltese prize courts in 1811, and the incident in relation thereto in the only witness to the facts of the case called for the defence when is he to House of Commons on the 11th of June of the same year, when he give his evidence? Section 2 of the Act says, "immediately after the close produced his proctor's bill, stating that it measured six fathoms and a quarter, and contained (as it did) many curious charges. This, of course, give the prosecution in cases defended by counsel, in summing up the

of the evidence for the prosecution.". The object of this, I believe, is to is an exceptional case, and could not occur to-day, and the profession may evidence, an opportunity of commenting on the evidence so given. Some be excused if they express the same opinion at his lordship, which he doubts have been expressed when the person charged is the only witness maintained to his death, in spite of his unfortunate experiences in the called as to whether the right to sum up the evidence has not been lost. matter of condemned prizes—" that if this right were abolished, certain II do not entertain that view ; on the contrary, I believe the evidence of the am that the prestige of our Navy is gone till the old system is restored."

person charged was interposed at this particular point to enable the prosecution to deal with it. The person charged has the right of the general reply or last word. Section 1 (a) says the person charged is not to be called as a witness except on his own appli

cation. LEGAL NEWS.

What is the duty of the judge ? The person charged, if

undefended by counsel or solicitor, probably does not know that he INFORMATION REQUIRED.

may a k to be called. Is he to be told? I answer in the affirmative,

and I shall, at the close of the evidence for the prosecution, ask him if he Join Mansialt, of Bombay, merchant, who died on the 24th of August, would like to tell his story where he is, or to tell it on oath in the witness1898.-Any person having the custody of a will of the above is requested box. I have been fearful that the mere failure of the person charged or to communicate with Weightman, Pedder, & Weightman, solicitors, 18, his wife or husband to give evidence might be regarded as corroboration Water-street, Liverpool.

of guilt, and I tried to introduce into the Bill, when in the House of Lords, BOUverie Deedes, deceased. -- Any person holding a will made by, or the provision contained in section 1 (b), which is, “The failure of any any document belonging to the late Mr. Bouverie Deedes, of 10, Lancaster- person charged with an offence or of his wife or husband to give evidence place, W.C., and Downside, Epsom, is requested to communicate with shall not be made the subject of any comment by the prosecution.” I Messrs. Mullens & Bosanquet, of 11, Queen Victoria-street, E.C.

was unable to do so there, but it was carried in the House of Commons,

and to my mind will, to a considerable extent, protect the person charged, GENERAL.

and to some extent help to preserve the fundamental rule, that the prosecu

tion must make out their case without any assistance from the party "City Solicitors " write to the Times as follows: On the 4th of August charged, a rule which the court should forcibly impress on the minds of the last an order was made by Mr. Justice Kekewich in a Chancery action jury. Section 1 says that the person charged shoulú be a compstent witness dealing with the interests of parties, for one of whom we are concerned, in at every stage of the proceedings.” Some doubts have been expressed as to large funds in which they are interested, amounting to several thousand whether this includes proceedings before the grand jury. I am quite clear pounds. The officer having the drawing up of this order left it unfinished that it does not. Such proceedings are ex parte, and the inquiry is one to

case.

heard. Two copies of minutes of the proposed judgment or order must be left in court with the judge's clerk the day before the cause is to be put in the paper. If witness actions can be taken on any

days other than those appointed, due notice will be given.

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LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT.

MR. JUSTICE STIRLING.
Moc., Oct. 21...Motions
Tuesday 25
Wednesday 26 General paper
Thursday .27
Friday .28...Mots, adj sums, and gen pa
Saturday

( Sht caus, pets, adj sums, & 29

i gen pa Monday..

......81 . Sitting in chambers
Tues., Nov. 1
Wednesday 2)

General paper
Thursday ... 3

Mots for Kekewich, J, and

gen pa
Friday 4... Mots, adj sums,

and

gen pa Saturday

Sht caus, pets, adj sums,

5
Monday 7...Sitting in chambers
Tuesday 8)

General
Wednesday 9

paper
Thursday ...10 | Mots for Kekewich, J, and

(gen pa Friday ......11...Mots, adj sums, and gen pa

Sht caus, pets, adj sums,
Saturday .12

and gen pa
Monday..... 14...Sitting in chambers
Tuesday
Wed. .16
Thursday ...17 Witness actions
Friday
Saturday ...19
Monday......21... Sitting in chambers
Tuesday ...22
Wed.
Thursday .24 Witness actions
Friday .25
Saturday ... 26
Monday... .28...Sitting in chambers
Tuesday ...29
Wednesday 30 General paper
Thurs., Dec. 1
Friday 2...Mots,adj sums, and gen pa
Saturday

Sht caus, pets, adj sums, &

I gen pa
Monday...... 5...Sitting in chambers
Tuesday, 6
Wednesday 7 General paper
Thursday
Friday 9...Mots,adj sums, and gen på

Sht caus, pets, adj sums, &
Monday. .12...Sitting in chambers;
Tuesday
Wednesday 14 General paper
Thursday ...15
Friday ......16...Mots, adj sums, and gen pa
Saturday ...17

Sht caus, pets, adj suins

and gen pa
Monday......19...Sitting in chambers
Tuesday ...20...General paper
Wednesday 21...Motions and general paper
Any cause intended to be heard as a short

cause must be so marked in the cause
book at least one clear day before the
same can be put in the paper to be so
heard, and the necessary papers, includ-
ing minutes of the proposed judgment or
order, must be left with the judge's clerk
one clear day before the cause is to be

put into the paper. WITNESS ACTIONS.-Witness actions may

be taken on days other than those above stated, of these due notice will be given.

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determine only whether there is a primd facie case meriting further investi- Tuesday,
gation. But these words apply to trials by jury, summary proceedings Thursday 24 New trial paper
before magistrates, and examinations of persons charged by magistrates Friday .25
before commitment for trial. Magistrates' clerks, in cases for commitment Saturday ...26

App motns ex pte-orgl for trial, must be very careful to recollect sub-section (1) of the Act which

mots

apps from ords says:

Nothing in the Act shall affect the provisions of section 18 of the Monday.... 28 made on interlocutory mots Indictable Offences Act, 1842, or any right of the persons charged to make

and Q B final appeals if a statement without being sworn. This section and section 3 of 30 &

required

Tuesday......29 31 Vict. c. 35 (1867) must be strictly followed.

Wednesday 30
Thurs., Dec. 1 Q B final apps
Friday
Saturday 3

App motns ex pte-orgl

mots COURT PAPERS.

apps from ords Monday...... 5 made on interlocutory mots

and new trial paper is reSUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.

quired

Tuesday 6
ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON

Wednesday 7
APPEAL COURT Mr. Justice

Mr. Justice
Date.

Thursday ... 8 New trial paper
No. 2.
NORTH.

STIBLING. Friday
Monday, Oct........... .....24 Mr. Jackson Mr. Rolt

Mr. Church

Saturday ...10
Tuesday

.25
Pemberton
Farmer
King

App motns ex pte-orgl
Wednesday ..................26

Jackson
Rolt
Church

mots

apps from ords Thursday

27
Pemberton
Farmer

King

Monday .....12 { made on interlocutory mots
Friday

.28
Jackson
Rolt

and Q B final apps if re

Church
Saturday.

Pemberton
Farmer
King

quired

Tuesday ...13
Mr. Justice
Mr. Justice

Mr. Justice Wed.
KEKEWICH.

ROMER.

BYRNE.

Thursday ...15 Q B final apps
Monday, Oct.
24

16
Mr. Pugh
Mr. Lavie

Friday

Mr. Godfrey
Tuesday

25
Beal
Carrington

Leach

Saturday ...17
Wednesday.

.....26
Pugb
Lavie
Godfrey

(App motns ex pte-orgl Thursday

mots --
Beal
27

Leach

from ords Carrington

apps Friday

28
Pugh
Larie

Godfrey

Monday.

.......19{made on interlocutory mots Saturday

and new trial paper if re-
29
Beal
Carrington
Leach

quired
Tuesday ...20

New trial paper

Wed. .21
MICHAELMAS SITTINGS, 1898.

N.B.--Admiralty Appeals (with Assessors)
COURT OF APPEAL.
Thursday 8...Chan final apps

will be taken on days to be appointed
APPEAL COURT II.

Friday 9...Bkcy and Chan final apps by the court.

Saturday ...10)
Final and interlocutory appeals from the Monday......12 Chan final apps
Chancery, and Probate, Divorce, and Tuesday......13)

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
Admiralty Divisions (Probate and Di-

App motns ex pte-orgl vorce), and the County Palatine and

mots--apps from ords made

CHANCERY DIVISION. Stannaries Courts, and Appeals in Bank Wednesday 14 on interlocutory mots (sep

CHANCERY COURT I. ruptcy and Lunacy.

list) and Chan final apps if

required
App motds ex pte-orgl

MR. JUSTICE NORTH.
Thursday ...15...Chan final apps
Mon., Oct. 24 mots, and apps from ords
Friday .16...Bkcy and Chan fipal apps

Mon., Oct. 24...Mots and adj sums
made on interlocutory mots
Saturday ...17

Tues. ......... 25
Tuesday ... 25
Monday......19 Chan final apps

Wed. 26 General paper
Wednesday 26 Chan final apps
Tuesday .20

Thursday ...27
Thursday ...27

App motns ex pte-orgl | Friday ......28...Mots and adj sums Friday ..28...Bkcy and Chan final apps

mots--apps from ords made Saturday ...29

| Sht caus, pets, fur cons, & Saturday.. Wed. .21 on interlocutory mots (sep

1 adj sums Monday......31 Chan final apps

list) and Chan final apps if

Monday......31 Sitting in chambers
required

Tues., Nov. 1
App motns ex pte-orgl

General paper
Wed.

2
mots-apps from ords made N.B.-Lunacy Matters (if any) are taken

(Mots for Romer, J, and Wednesday 2 on interlocutory mots (sep

Thursday ... 3 in Appeal Court II. on every Monday

gen pa list) and Chan final apps if at Eleven until further notice.

Friday 4. Mots and adj sums
(required

Sht caus, pets (including
Thursday 3
County Palatine apps and

Saturday 5 unopposed pets for Romer,
1 Chan final apps

(J.), fur cops, and adj sums Friday 4. Bkcy and Chan final apps

APPEAL COURT I.

Monday...... 7...Sitting in chambers
Saturday

Tuesday 8
Monday....
7 Chan final apps
Final and interlocutory appeals from the

General paper

Wed.......... 9
Tuesday
Queen's Bench Division, the Probate,

Mots for Romer, J, and
App motns ex pte-orgl

Thursday ...10
Divorce, and Admiralty Division (Ad-

gen pa
mots--apps from ords made miralty).

Friday ......11. Mots and adj sums Wednesday 9 on interlocutory mots (sep

Sht caus, pets (includings
list) and Chan final apps if

App motns ex pte-orgl
(required
Mon., Oct. 24 mots, and apps from ords Saturday ...12 unopposed pets for Lomer,

(J.), fur cons, and adj sullis Thursday ...10...Chan final apps

made on interlocutory mots Monday.....14...sitting in chambers
Friday .11... Bkcy and Chan final apps
Tuesday ...25

Tuesday,
Saturday
Wednesday 26

Wednesday 16
Monday......14 Chan final apps

Thursday ...27 New trial

paper

Thursday ...17 Witness actions
Tuerday ...15
Friday ......28

Friday
Saturday
App motns ex pte--orgl

29
mots -apps from ords made

App motns ex pte-orgl Monday

Saturday ...19

.21... Sitting in chambers Wednesday 16 on interlocutory mots (sep

mots
apps from ords

Tuesday
list) and Chan final apps if
Monday .....31 made on interlocutory mots

Wed.

.23 required

and Q B final apps if re

Thursday .24 Witness actions Thureday ...17...Chan final apps

quired

Friday .25 Friday ......18...Bkcy and Chan final apps Tres., Nov. 1

Saturday ...26
Saturday ...19

Wednesday 2
Thursday

Monday

3 SQ B final apps Monday .... 21 Chan final apps

.28...Sitting in chamberg

Tuesday:
Tuesday
Friday

Wednesday 30 General paper
App motns ex pte-orgl Saturday 5

Thurs., Dec. 1
mots-apps from ords made

App motns ex pte-orgi

Friday 2...Mots and adj sums
Wed.
on interlocutory mots (sep

mots
apps from ords

| Sht caus, pets, fur cons, &

Saturday
Monday...... 7 made on interlocutory mots
list) and Chan final apps

3

adj sums if required

and

new trial paper if required

Monday...... 5...Sitting in chamberg Thursday .. 24...Chan final apps

Tuesday
Friday
25...Bkcy and Chan final apps Tuesday...... 8

Wednesday 7 General paper
Saturday 26
Wednesday 9

Thursday 8)
Monday
28 Chan final apps
Thursday ...10 New trial paper

Friday 9...Mots and adj sums
Tuesday
Friday

Sht caus, pets, fur cons, &
App motns ex pte-org!

Saturday
Saturday ...12

adj sums
mots--apps from ords made

App motns ex pte-orgl

Monday .12...Sitting in chambers
Wednesday 30 on interlocutory mots (sep

mots
apps from ords

Tuesday ...13
list) and Chan final apps if
Monday......14 made on interlocutory mots

Wednesday 14 General paper
required

and Q B final appeals if

(required 1 County Palatine apps and

Thursday ...15
Thurs., Dec. 1

Friday ......16... Mots and adj sums
Chan final app!
Tuesday ...15

Sht caus, pets, fur cons, &
Friday 2. Bkcy and Chan final appg
Wednesday 16

Saturday ...17

adj sums Anturday 3

Thursday ...17Q B final apps

Monday ......19...Sitting in chambers
Monday
5Chan final apps

Friday
.....18

Tuesday 20...General paper
Tuesday..

Saturday
App motng ex pte--orgl

App motns ex pte-orgl Wednesday 21... Mots and adj sums
mots-apps from ords made

mots -- apps from ords Any cause intended to be heard as a short Wed. 7 on interlocutory mots (sep Monday.....

.....21 made on interlocutory mots cause must be so marked in the cause list), and Chan final apps

and new trial paper if zee book at least one clear day before the if required

(quired

same can be put in the paper to be so

8

Saturday ...10 gen pa

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CHANCERY COURT IV.

MR. JUSTICE KEKEWICH.
The following will be the Order of Business

according to the days of the week :-
Monday-Sitting in chambers
Tuesday....
Wednesday

General paper
Thursday
Friday (except November 4 and 11)-

Motions and Adjourned Summonses.
The first day of the Sittings, Monday,
Oct. 24, will also be a Motion day. N.B.-
Friday, Dec. 16, will be the last day of
which Notice of Motion can be given

without special leave.
Saturday-Short Causes and Petitions will

be taken on Saturdays, Oct. 29, Nor 19, and Dec. 3 and 17. The Business for the other Saturdays will

be from time to time announced in the

Daily Cause List.
Actions for Trial with Witnesses will be

taken on Tuesday, Nov. 1, and con-
tinued until the end of the following
week. Motions will be heard during that

period by Mr. Justice Stirling. Actions for Trial with Witnesses will also

be taken at other times. Notice will be

given in the Daily Cause List. Mr. Justice Stirliag's Motions will be taken

in this Court while he is hearing Witness Actions-viz., on Thursdays, Nov. 17 and 24.

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CHANCERY COURT III.

Thursday

Mots for North, J, and In re Roworth Featherstone v Featherstone app of dfts M A Feather

wit list MR. JUSTICE BYRNE. Friday

stone & ors from order of Mr Justice Romer, dated Feb 24, 1898 May

.25...Mots and non wit list Actions transferred for Trial or Hearing

Pets, sht caus, procedure

23 only will be taken in the order in the

Saturday Cause List on every day of the Sittings,

26 sums, opposed pets, and Boileau v Heath app of plt from order of Mr Justice Bigham (sitting, &o), i non wit list, including un

dated May 23, 1898 (order not perfected) May 25 from Oct. 24 to Dec. 21, both inclusive.

opposed pets for North, J Business in the Liverpool and Manchester Monday...... 28 .. Sitting in chambers

Armstrong v Croft appl of pltff & pltff J Armstrong as deft to counterDistrict Registries will be taken as Tuesday,

claim from order of Mr Justice Bigham (sitting, &c), dated May 25, follows: Wednesday 30 Witness List

1898 June 3 Motions, Short Causes, Petitions, and Thurs., Dec. 1)

In re Rubbins Gill v Worrall appl of deft S A K Henry from order of Adjourned Summonses on every other Friday 2... Mots and non wit list Friday, commencing with Friday, Nov. 4.

Pets, sht caus, opposed

Mr Justice Stirling, dated March 22, 1898 June 7 Summonses in Chambers on every other Saturday 3 pets, procedure sums, and Allen v Oates & Green, ld appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, Saturday commencing with Saturday,

non wit list

dated April 29, 1898 June 9 Nov.5. Monday.... 5... Sitting in chambers

In re Mundy and Roper and In re The Vendor and Purchasers Act, 1874 Tuesday CHANCERY COURT II. Wednesday 7 Witness list

appl of C F Massingberd Mundy from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, MR. JUSTICE ROMER, Thursday

dated May 14, 1898 June 11 Friday 9...Mots and non wit list Mon., Oct. 24...Motions

Pets, asht caus, procedure Thomas » Penley, appl of deft from order of Mr Justice Romer, dated Tuesday 25

Saturday ...10 sums, opposed pets, and May 17, 1898 June 13 Wed. .26 Witness list

non wit list

In re The Middlesex Gold Mines (W A), ld & the Co's Acts, 1862 to 1890 Thursday .27 Friday .28...Mots and non wit list Monday......12...Sitting in chambers

appl of H T Foster from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated June 9, (Pets, sht caus, procedure

Tuesday
Wednesday 14 Witness list

1898 June 13
Saturday ...29 sums, opposed pets, and
Thursday ...15)

Jackson v Normanby Brick Co, ld appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice non wit list

Friday .16...Mots and non wit list
Monday.......31...Sitting in chambers

Kekewich, dated April 27, 1898 June 13
Tues., Nov. 1
Wednesday 2

Saturday ...17 sums, opposed pets, and Levy v Stogdon, appl of JM Birch from order of Mr Justice Stirling,
non wit list

dated March 3, 1898 June 16 Thursday 3 Witness list

Monday......19...Sitting in chambers Holt v May appl of deft from order of Mr Justice Bigham (sitting, &c), Friday

Tuesday ...20...Non wit list Saturday 5

dated May 24, 1898 June 16 Wednesday 21...Motions Monday.. 7...Sitting in chambers

United Empire Trading Co, ld v Smith appl of deft from order of Mr Tuesday 8 Any cause intended to be heard as a short

Justice Wright, dated June 9, 1898 June 17 Wednesday 9

cause must be so marked in the cause Thursday ...10 Witness List

book at least one clear day before the

Sinclair v Melia appl of deft from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, datod Friday ...11

same can be put in the paper to be so June 14, 1898 June 18 Saturday ...12

heard. Two copies of minutes of the In re The Railway Time Tables Publisbing Co, ld, and Co's Acts appl of Monday......14...Sitting in chambers

proposed judgment or order must be left

T A Welton from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated May 25, 1898 Tuesday ...15

in court with the judge's clerk one clear Witness list Wednesday 16

day before the cause is to be put in the

June 21
Thursday ...17 | wit list
Mots for North, J, and paper.

Lever Bros, ld v Bedingfield appl of deft from order of Mr Justice Keke-
N.B. --The following Papers on Further
Friday ......18...Mots and non wit list

Consideration are required for the use of

wich, dated June 9, 1898 June 22 Pets, sht caus, opposed the Judge, viz. :-Two Copies of Minutes Lennox v. Peters appl of pltff and deft E J Lennox from order of Mr Saturday ...19 pets, procedure sums, and

of the proposed Judgment or Order, 1 Justice Bigham (sitting, &c), dated May 17, 1898 June 25 non wit list, including un Copy Pleadings, and i Copy Chief Clerk's

opposed pets for North, J Certificate, which must be left in Court Hill v Kirby appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated Monday......21...Sitting in chambers

with the Judge's Clerk one clear day June 21, 1898 June 25 Tuesday ...22

before the Further Consideration is ready Newbury v Gibbon appl of deft H Gibbon from order of Mr Justice Wednesday 23 Witness list to come into the paper.

Romer, dated March 17, 1898 June 27

In re Heath Parker & Brett, Solicitors, &c appl of AA Marks from COURT OF APPEAL.

order of Mr Justice North, dated May 25, 1898 June 27

West v Williams appl of pltff and deft_F. Temple from order of Mr
MICHAELMAS SITTINGS, 1898.

Justice Kekewich, dated Feb 15, 1898 June 28
APPEAL COURT I.-NOTICES.

In re Halifax Commercial Bank, ld v Wood & V & P Act, 1874 appl of Queen's Bench interlocutory appeals will be taken in Court I. on Mon

the Halifax Commercial Bank, ld, from order of Mr Justice Stirling, day, Oct 24, and afterwards on every Monday in Michaelmas Sittings.

dated June 15, 1898 June 28 Queen's Bench final appeals and new trial motions will be taken

In re Ritson Ritson v Ritson appl of defts M Ritson & ors from order of in Court I. in alternate weeks during the Sittings. New trial motions

Mr Justice Romer, dated April 22, 1898 June 29 will be taken in Court I. on Tuesday, Oct 25, and following days in

Hoe v Foster & Sons appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, that week. Final appeals in the second week.

dated June 17, 1898 (order not perfected) June 30 On Mondays final appeals or new trial motions will be taken if there Lyon & Sons, Wilkins appl of deft from order of Mr Justice Byrne, are not enough interlocutory appeals for a day's paper. Admiralty appeals (with assessors) will be taken in Court I. on days

Smith v Warde appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated specially appointed by the Court, notice of which will appear in the Daily Bramston v Manchester, Sheffield & Lincolnshire Ry Co appl of pltffs

July 1, 1898 (order not perfected) July 2
Cause List.
APPEAL Court II.-NOTICES.

from order of Mr Justice Romer, dated May 4, 1898 July 4

In re Preston Preston Bonney appl of deft from order of Mr Justice N.B.-Interlocutory appeals from the Chancery and Probate and Divorce Romer, dated May 4, 1898, and notice of contention of pltff, dated July Divisions will be taken in Court II. on Monday, Oct 24, and afterwards 28, 1898 July 5 on every Wednesday (except Wednesday, Oct 26) in Michaelmas Sittings, In re Buckett Aldridge v Buckett appl of pltff from order of Mr and Bankruptcy appeals will be taken on Friday, Oct 28, and following Justice Bigham (sitting, &c), dated May 27, 1898 July 6 Fridays.

In re Morris James v London & County Banking Co ld appl of defts N.B.-Subject to Chancery interlocutory appeals on Wednesdays, Chan from order of Mr Justice Romer, dated June 25, 1898 July 6 cery final appeals will be taken every day in Court II. until further Hodgson v House appl of deft from order of Mr Justice North, dated notice.

May 18, 1898 July 7 N.B.-When the interlocutory appeals are not enough for a day's Vestry of Parish of St Mary, Battersea v Company of London and Brush paper, Chancery final appeals will be added on interlocutory days.

Electric Lighting Co ld appl of defts from order of The President of N.B.-Probate and Divorce final appeals will be taken in the Chancery P, D & A Division (sitting, &c), dated April 21, 1898 July 8 Appeal List as reached.

Allen v Pyatt & Co appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Bigham Appeals from the Lancaster and Durham Palatine Courts (if any) will be (sitting, &c), dated July 6, 1898 July 9 taken in Court II. on Thursday, Nov 3, and Thursday, Dec 1.

In re Carl Haggenmacher's Patents, No 10,644 of 1887 and No 13,443 of FROM THE CHANCERY DIVISION, THE PROBATE, DIVORCE, 1889 appl of respt from order of Justice Romer, dated June 14, 1898 AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION (PROBATE AND DIVORCE), AND

July 11 THE COUNTY PALATINE AND STANNARIES COURTS.

In re Prince Goodwin v Prince appl of deft E Prince (widow) from

order of Mr Justice Stirling, dated May 24, 1898 (order not perfected) (Final List.)

July 11 1898.

Bennett v Hudson appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, In re Gyde Ward v Little appl of H M Attorney-Gen from order of dated June 22, 1898 July 12

Mr Justice North, dated April 5, 1898 (day to be fixed) April 22 In re Millais Millais v. Millais appl of deft Sir J E Millais from order In re Perry Almshouses Charity, Winterbourne, Gloucestershire, and In re of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated June 28, 1898 July 13

Charitable Trusts Act, 1853 to 1894, and Local Government Act, 1894, Peters v Owen appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Bigham (sitting, app of Charity Commissioners for England and Wales from order of &c), dated June 28, 1898 July 14 Mr. Justice Stirling, dated Feb 2, 1898 April 26

Pemberton v Hughes appl of pltff from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, In re Dary Ross Charity & Charitable Trusts Acts, 1853 to 1894 app of dated July 12, 1898 (order not perfected) July 14 the Churchwardens of the Parish of Hatfield from order of Mr. Justice Royal Baking Powder Co v Wright, Crossley & Co appl of defts from North, dated July 10, 1897 (restored by order)

order of Mr Justice Romer, dated July 2, 1898 July 16 The Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co, ld v New Ixion Tyre and Cycle Co, ld Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co, ld v New Ixion Tyre and Cycle Co appl of

app of pīts from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated May 4, 1898 (Oct defts from order of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated May 4, 1898 (Oct 24, 24 by order) May 7

by order) July 18 Ecclesiastical Commrs, &c v Pinney app of plts from order of Mr Justice In re Baker Thomson v Baker appl of pltffs from order of Mr Justice Bigham (sitting, &c), dated May 13, 1898 May 20

Kekewich, dated July 4, 1898 (order not perfected) July 18

there he immediately detailed two stalwart policemen to clear the court of LEGAL NEWS.

all intruders. This they attempted to do with the aid of towels and

coats and any available weapon, which they swung vigorously about them. APPOINTMENT.

But the wily insects merely flitted from place to place, buzzing awhile Mr. JAMES Willis Mills, of the firm of Crust, Todd, Mills, & Sons, of around the unkempt heads of the early morning drunks and disorderlies, Beverley, has been appointed a Commissioner for taking Affidavits to be now and then seeking shelter up the sleeves or on the expansive necks of the used in the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, Canada.

policemen themselves, only to return again and circle gaily around the attractive scalp of the presiding magistrate. Huge palm-leaf fans were procured,

and two athletic policemen were stationed on either side of the judge with CHANGES IN PARTNERSHIPS, &c.

orders to keep them in perpetual motion. Still the ubiquitous insects DISSOLUTIONS.

sang their song of victory in the ears of justice. Candles were lighted RALPH Cecil Leach and THOMAS WILLIAM OGLE WHBELER, solicitors around the altar of the blind goddess and cheerful invitation was extended (Leach & Wheeler), 10, Serjeant's-inn, Fleet-street, London, and 21, to the insects to singe their wings in the fascinating flame, but they didn't Lower Phillimore-place, Kensington. Dec. 31. The said Ralph see it in that light. Eventually when the court and attendants realized Cecil Leach will continue to practise at No. 10, Serjeant's-inn, Fleets that there was no escape but flight, books and papers were hastily piled street, aforesaid, and the said Thomas William Ogle Wheeler will con- together, and after the prisoners had been returned to their peaceful cells tinue to practise at 21, Lower Phillimore-place, Kensington, aforesaid the session was adjourned until such time as the mosquitoes should decide

[Gazette, Oct. 11.

to seek fresh fields and pastures new.

The following is the rota of arrangements fixed by the judges of the

Queen's Bench Division for the ensuing Michaelmas sittings—viz. : The GENERAL

Lord Chief Justice will sit with a Divisional Court during the sittings It is stated that Mr. Henıy Hall, of the Solicitors' Department of the the hearing of commercial causes intervening from the 10th to about the Treasury, has resigned his appointment there after a considerable term of 30th of November); Mr. Justice Hawkins will be absent on the Southservice. He was formerly in the Public Prosecutor's Office, when that Eastern Circuit until the beginning of December, and on his return will post was held by Sir John Maule, Q.C.

try actions ; Mr. Justice Mathew will proceed with the commercial list

until his departure for the Midland Circuit on the 10th of November; Mr. The Globe refers to the threefold defence successfully put forward Justice Day will be away on the North and South Wales Circuit until against a claim for damages for dog-bite : "Firstly, defendant denies that about the end of November, and on his return will try actions; Mr. plaintiff was bitten ; secondly, defendant denies that it was his dog Justice Wills will sit with a Divisional Court during the sittings, and which bit the plaintiff ; and, thirdly, defendant never had any dog."

Mr. Justice Grantham, Mr. Justice Lawrance, and Mr. Justice Bruce The Times says it is understood that Sir Francis Jeune's Load Line are expected to try actions during the whole of the sittings ; Mr. Justice Committee is nearing the end of its labours, and that, unless some Wright will be engaged on companies work and bankruptcy business unforeseen hitch occurs, its report will be in the hands of ministers in (sittings with the Railway and Canal Commission intervening); Mr. time for a Bill embodying such of its recommendations as may need Justice Kennedy will be away on the Western Circuit until about the legislative sanction to be introduced early next Session.

end of November, and on his return will proceed with the commercial The Exchange Telegraph Company states that two or three members of list; Mr. Justice Ridley will be in attendance at judge's chambers until the Money-lending Committee, who took a specially active part in the his departure for the Oxford Circuit on the 7th of November; Mr. inquiry of last session, are preparing a Bill on the lines of the committee's Justice Bigham will try actions (a sitting at the Central Criminal Court report, which they intend to introduce in the event of the Queen's Speech intervening) until he leaves for the Northern Circuit on the 1st of of next session containing no specific promise that the Government will November; Mr. Justice Darling will try actions until he goes on the bring forward a Bill dealing with the evils of the usury system.

North-Eastern Circuit on the 16th of November, as also will Mr. Justice

Channell until he joins the same circuit on the 2nd of December; and The judges (Bigham and Phillimore, JJ.) have fixed the following Mr. Justice Phillimore will try actions until he goes on the Northern commission days for the Autumn Assizes on the Northern Circuit : Circuit on the 8th of November. Carlisle, Tuesday, November 1; Lancaster, Friday, November 4; Manchester, Tuesday, November 8; Liverpool, Monday, November 28. There

The Paris correspondent of the Westminster Gazette, in an interesting will be no civil business at Carlisle or Lancaster, but at Manchester and

letter on the French Court of Caseation, says :

" The Court of Liverpool both civil and criminal business will be taken.

Case ation, which is the supreme Court of France, is held in Paris, Mr. Justice Kennedy bas fixed the following dates for the Autumn the Chambre Civile, and the Chambre Criminelle.

and is composed of three chambers : the Chambre des Requêtes,

It is the lastAssizes on the Western Circuit: Salisbury, Tuesday, October 25; Dor- named chamber which has charge of the Dreyfus dossier, which M. chester, Saturday, October 29; Taunton, Wednesday, November 2; Loew, the President, upon whom the decision of the Court entirely Bodmin, Tuesday, November 8; Exeter, Friday, November 11; Win- depends, has already examined in conjunction with the charge of M. chester, Thureday, November 17; Bristol, Thurday, November 24. Manau, the Procurator-General of the Republic, who sent the case before Criminal business only will be taken, and the court will sit at each the court for revision. M. Loew has appointed M. Bard, the well-known place at 11 a.m. on the morning following the above dates.

Councillor of the Court of Cassation-who, by the bye, was the 'Reporter' The Chicago Legal News says that there are several hundred persons in the appeal which Lieutenant-Colonel Picquart made against the decision engaged in the practice of the law in Chicago whose names do not appear of the Indictment Court in regard to the charge against Major Esterhazy upon the roll in the Supreme Court as having been admitted. They are and bis mistress, Marguerite Pays--as ' Reporter' in the Dreyfus case, advised to take the next examination before the State board of law and that lawyer is engaged at the present time upon the examination of examiners, the 4th of October, 1898, and in the meantime cease practising documents which constitute the Dreyfus dossier, an undertaking, which law or go into some other business. The Grievance Committee of the one may not expect him to conclude before three weeks have elapsed. Chicago Bar Association, it is understood, has the names of all such Upon the report of M. Bard the court will act, and one of three persons, and is taking steps to proceed against them.

courses is open to it to follow. The President of the Criminal Chamber will be held at Westminster Abbey, at 11.45 a.m., which the Lord Chan- detailed examination of the dossier, or decide that no new fact' had On the occasion of the re-opening of the Law Courts, a special service of the Court of. Cassation may either order an inquiry to be made, in

which case M. Bard, the ‘Reporter,' would make a deeper and still more cellor and Her Majesty's judges will attend. Members of the bar wishing come to light, or, baving obtained fresh instructions from the Minister of to be present are requested to send their names on or before Wednesday, Justice, simply annul the judgment of the Dreyfus court-martial. But the 19th of October, to the Secretary of the General Council of the Bar, whatever the Court of Cassation may decide there can be no doubt that 2, Hare-court, Temple, E.C. Barristers attending the service must wear its decision will be held in great respect, the court having the entire robes, and should be at the Jerusalem Chamber, Westminster Abbey confidence of all parties.” (Dean's-yard entrance), where robing accommodation will be provided, not later than 11.30 a.m.

The Daily News says that Mr. Dane, Q.C., who has lately been appointed county court judge of Mayo, one day (according to a friend of his) took a

THE PROPERTY MART. short drive on an outside car to the Four Courts in Dublin, and, on getting down, paid the exact fare to the driver, who was evidently about

SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK. to demand more when a comrade, who had just put down another fare, Oct. 18. --Mr. ALFRED Richards, at the Mart, at 2, £22,000 Four per Cent. Perpetual stopped him with a loud whisper: “Be aisy, Mike ; don't you see it's Mr.

Debenture Stock of Alliance and Dublin Consumers Gas Co. (8e advertisement, Dane ?"

this week, p. 3.) “Oh," answered the other in a tone of perfect enlightenment, Oct 19.-Messrs. Evwin Fox & Bousfield, at the Mart, at 2, Long Leasehold Investit's one o' thim Danes, is it? Well, annyhow, this is a mighty poor way ment in the City of London, known as St. Andrew's-chambers, Nos. 37, 39, of takin' revenge for Clontarf; an'me wid a family of seven small

and 41, St. Mary-axe, of the rental value of about £1,220 per annum ; held for a long childer." Mr. Dane heard this allusion to Brian Boru's victory over the

term at a ground-rent of £500 per annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Samuel Price & Sons,

London. (See advertisement, Oct. 8, p. 4.) Danes, as its author intended, and he so much appreciated its wit that he Oct. 19.-Messrs. Douglas Young & Co., at the Mart :-Freeholds : Semi-detached gave the man an extra shilling.

double-fronted Residence at Balham ; rental value, £65. Seven Houses at Thornton

heath, all let at rentals producing £185 per appum. Leaseholds : Eight Weekly Houses A New York paper says that an army of mosquitoes recently laid siege at South Norwood; rental, £193 14s. Solicitor, W. M. Willcocks, Esq., London.to the Flatbush police-court and succeeded in utterly routing judge,

Semi-detached Residence at Streatham ; rental, £60. Solicitors, Messrs. Caldecott & clerks, prisoners, and big policemen, so that administration of justice had

Bowden, and Messrs. Shaen, Roscoe, Massey, & Co., of London.- Leasehold Residence at

Camden Town; rental, £55. Stoke Newington: Shop and Dwelling-house; rental, £50. to be suspended until such time as the victorious hosts chose to vacate the Two Weekly Houses; rental, £78. And 48, Palatine-road; rental, £30. Dalston ; stronghold they had won. The moment that Judge Bristow took his seat

Two Residences; rentals, £40 each. Nos. 96 and 98, Greenwood-road'; producing £81, it was seen that there was trouble in the air. The atmosphere was so

Solicitors, Messrs. Pettiver & Pearkes, London. thick with it that he had to fight his way to the bench, and on arriving I oct. at Energy Teades Posters Clear , at the Most, at 2 p:m., Detached Residence

Residence at Gravesend; value £60 per annum. Solicitors, Messrs. Hatchett-Jones “CLANDEBOYE ” STEAMSHIP CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required to send in particulars of & Co., London. Freehold Shop and Premises in Walworth-road ; let at £60 per claims to G M Allan, 4, St Mary Axe annum. Solicitor, E. Elvy Robb, Esq., Tunbridge Wells.

CROSLAND COAL CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 30, to send their Oct. 20.-Messrs. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD, at the Mart, at 2 p.m. :

names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Richard Naylor &

Co, at the office of the company at Scholes, Cleckheaton Wavell & Co, Halifax, solors REVERSIONS :

for the liquidators To the Moiety of 3 Houses in Essex-road, Islington, producing £135 per annum; HALSALL & HAMPTON, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 25. to send lady aged 84. Solicitors, Messrs. Crosse & Sons, London.

their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to Frederick To One-fourteenth of a Trust Estate, value £15,390; lady aged 68, provided Arthur Fitton, 26, Brown st, Manchester

lady aged 37 survive her; also a Legacy of £500 on same conditions, with "JOSEPH JOHN” STEAMSHIP CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required to send in particulars covering policies. Solicitor, Grantham R. Dodd, Esq., London.

of claims to G M Allan, 4, St Mary Axe To One-eighth of a Residuary Estate represented by Railway and other Stock KING OF THE WEST GOLD MINING Co, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required,

value £20,752; lady aged 59. Solicitors, Messrs. Radcliffe, Cator, & Hood, on or before Nov 19, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their London.

debts or claims, to H St John Hodges, Finsbury House, Blomfield st To a Trust Fund of_£776 New Zealand 4 per cent. Stock ; lady aged 83. “LENY” STEAMSHip Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required to send in particulars of Solicitors, Messrs. Devonshire & Co., London

claims to G. M. Allan, 4, St Mary Axe To One-fifth of a Trust Estate, Gas Stocks, Freeholds, and Mortgages value STEAMSHIP" CITY OF Belfast," LIMITED -Creditors are required to send in particulars

£17,720; lady aged 64. Solicitors, Messis. Ley Wood & Rickerby, of of claims to G. M. Allan, 4, 6t Mary Axe
Cheltenham.

TUNBRIDGE WELLS MARKET Co, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)--Creditors are required, on or ANNUITY:

before Oct 25, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or Of £30 payable during the life of a gentleman aged 56, with policy. Solicitors,

claims, to William Henry Delves & Co, 44, High st, Tunbridge Wells, Martin, Tun

bridge Wells, solor to liquidators Meesrs. Jerome Waterhouse & Co, London.

WELL-STREET OIL WORKS, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 23, to send POLICIES :

their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Liunel Henry For £4,000, £4,000, £4,000, £1,000, £1,000, £100. Solicitors, Messrs. Ravenscroft, Lemon, 4, King st, Cheapside

Woodward, & Hills, and Meters, Jerome Waterhouse & Co., of London. WHEELDONS, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 20, to send their names SHARES AND DEBENTURES :

and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Mr John William Withnell, In Home and Foreign Produce Exchange, London Egg Market, and Wampach's

20, Booth st, Manchester Tucker & Co, Manchester, solors Hotel. Solicitors, Messrs. Colyer & Colyer, London. (See advertisements, this week, p. 4.) Oct. 20.---Meests. BEADEL, WOOD, & Co., at the Mart, at 12 precisely, in 92 Lots, the First

Portion of the Estates of the late William Angerstein, Esq., comprising highly-important and valuable Freehold Ground-rents, amounting to £1,460 178. per annum, upon

CREDITORS' NOTICES. about 140 high-class Residences and Villas situate on and near Blackheath, the rackrents amounting to an estimated gross amual value of over £11,000. Solicitor, W. T. Hartcup, Esq., Norwich.---Greenwich and Westcombe-hill, Kent, close to the

UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. CAP. 35.
Westcombe-park Station on the Woolwich branch of the South-Eastern Railway :

LAST DAY OF CLAIM.
Freehold Wharf Premises and Building Land, having extensive frontages to the River
Thames, let at a rent of £120, also 14 acres of land; a Block of Freehold Building Land of

London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Sept. 27. about six acres, with frontage of 1,100 feet, near the Wool wich-road, forming excel-AshwELL, PALLIP Henry, Herne Bay, Baths Proprietor Oct 31 Taylor & Taylor, Ne lent sites for manufacturing premises ; a Plot of Valuable Freehold Land, situate near Broad st Westcombe-park Station, containing about half an acre frontage. (See advertisements, J BAKER, ALEXANDER, San Salvador, Central America, Bank Manager Nov 1 Preston, Sept. 17, p. 3.)

Old Broad st
BERLEY, JOSEPH, Sheffield Nov 30 Taylor & Co, Sheffield

Booth, EMMA JANE, Oldham Nov 30 Knott, Oldham WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND LESSEBS.—Before pur. Bord, Hugu Fenwick, South Kensington Oct 31 Tarry & Co, Serjeant's, inn, Fleet st chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary Arrangements thoroughly BRASSEY, Anna Hanriet, Grosvenor sq Nov 1 Norton & Co, Victoria st Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full BRIDGES, JOHN GEORGE, Farnham, Surrey, Oct 27 Bliss, Regent st particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[ADVT.]

BROOKER, LOUISA, Shirland rd, St Peter's Park Oct 27 Bliss, Regent st
BROWNING, CHARLES, South Dulwich Nov 1 Fishers, Essex st, Strand
CORNISH, WILLIAM, Baddow, Essex, Farm Labourer Oct 22 Gray, Chelmsford

DAVIES, DAVID, Sheffield Nov 30 Taylor & Co, Sheffield
WINDING UP NOTICES.

Douglas, EDWARD, Newcastle on Tyne, Bootmaker Nov 11 Brown & Son, Newcastle on
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, Oct. 7.

Tyne
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

Evans, Johx, Shrewsbury, Salop Oct 12 Bowdler, Shrewsbury
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.

FIRTH, ANNIE HARRIET, Harrogate Nov 5 Nelson & Co, Leeds
ANGLO-AFRICAN GOLD PROPERTIES, LIMITED--Petn for winding up, presented Sept 22, FLOWER, Francis, Cheddar, Somerset, Innkeeper Oct 31 March, Axbridge

directed to be heard on Oct 12 instead of Oct 26. Real & Payne, Budge row, petner's
Notice of appearing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the after- FOUNTAIN, RICHARD COCKAYNE, Sheffield Oct 31 Kesteven, Sheffield
noon of Oct 11
COBAR GOLD MINES, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)- Creditors are required, on or before Feb

GARLAND, WALTER HERBERT, Horfield, Bristol, Teacher of Music Nov 14 Tarrade 10, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to HARTLEY, BETHEL, Littleborough, Lancs Nov 1 Worth & Co, Rochdale Wm. B. Peat, 3, Lothbury Dock SOAP Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov 18, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to E. W. Helps, Bank

HEMMING, HENRY, Wisborough Green, Sussex, Auctioneer and Land Valuer Oct 22 Holmes

& Co, Arundel chmbrs, Bridgwater. Reed & Co, Bridgwater, solors

HODGKINSON, JOB, Rushley Farm, er Mansfield, Nottingham, Farmer Nov 7 Alcock, GOLD FIELDS OF MYSORE, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION)-Creditors are required, on or before

Mansfield
Nov 15, to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to
William Frederick Garland, 6, Queen st place. Ashurst & Co, Throgmorton avenue,

HOLLAND, MATTHEW Henry, Chorlton cum Hardy, Lanos, Licensed Victualler Oct 15

Barrow & Smith, Manchester solors for liquidator HOME INDUSTRIES CO, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, presented Sept 29, directed to be HOLMEs, Esthee, Walworth Oct 31 Lardner, Hosier lane

be heard on Oct 26. Trass & Enever, Coleman st, solors for petners. Notice of appear- Jouxson, WILLIAM GEORGE, Brighton Oct 21 WJ & E H Tremellen, Chancery lane
ing must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Oct 25
INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES TRUST CORPORATION, LIMITED-Petn for winding up, pre- KEELY, THOMAS PHILIPPs, Leicester, Yarn Merchant Nov 1 Wells & Hind, Nottingham

sented Aug 3, directed to be heard on Oct 26. Thomas, Finsbury pavement, solor for
Spetner. Notice of appearing must reach the above-named dot later than 6 o'clock in the King, Thomas, Cheddar, Somerset Oct 31 March, Axbridge

afternoon of Oct 25
MEITER SYNDICATE, LIMITED--Petn for winding up, presented Oct 3, directed to be heard Lund, Mary WINIFRIDE, Hastings Oct 22 Meynell, Furnival st

on Oct 26. Allen & Son, Carlisle st, Soho sq, solors for petners. Notice of appearing MARSH, RICHARD, Little Offley, Hertford Oct 24 Wright, Hitchin
must reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Oct 25
REALISATION AND DEVELOPMENT CO, LIMITED-Peta for winding up, presented Sept 30, Matthews, WILLIAM GEORGE, Wimbledon Nov 5 Bird & Son, Uxbridge
directed to be heard on Oct 26. Learoyd & Co, Coleman st, solors for petner

MEAD, Thomas SEYMOUR, Brooklands, Chester Oct 15 Payne & Co, Manchester
BUFFOLK BREAD, LIMITED--Petn for winding up, presented Oct 3, directed to be heard on
Oct 26. Ralph Raphael & Co, Moorgate st, solors for petner. Notice of appearing must MORPHEW, Jeffery, Richmond Nov 24 Mead & Sons, Arundell st, Piccadilly circus
reach the above-named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of Oct 25

NEEDHAM, Bex, Oldham Oct 29 Lees, Oldham "SUPERB" Ship Co, LIMITED--Creditors are required, on or before Nov 12, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to R. Hughes-Jones

NORRINGTON, CHARLES, Epsom, Surrey Oct 24 Courtney Lewis, Adelaide pl, London Swansea OLD BREWERY Co, LIMITED (OLD COMPANY) (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION)

Bridge Creditors are required, on or before Nov 7, to send their names and addresses, and the

Rich, Joux EDWARD, Biddisham, Somerset, Yeoman Oct 31 March, Axbridge particulars of their debts or claims, to Richard Garnaut Cawker, 11, Temple st, Swan SHARP, BENJAMIN ALLISON, Marsden, nr Huddersfield, Shoemaker Oct 31 Wilmshurst Hartland & Co, Swansea, solors to liquidator

& Stones, Huddersfield THOMAS TAYLOR & Sons, LIMITED-Creditors are requested, on or before Nov 19, to send SINGLEHURST, CHARLES REUBES, Litherlind, nr Liverpool, Commission Agent Oct 27

their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Rodway & Co, Liverpool Kevad, 12, Acresfield, Bolton Holden & Holden, Bolton, solors for liquidator

SINGLEHURST, Mari CATHERINE, Litherland, nr Liverpool Oot 27 Rodway & Co, Walkeus' ÁIRE ROLLER MILLING Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before Nov Liverpool 17, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to SKENE, ELIZABETH Ann, Seghill, Northumberland Oct 31 JD & D M Macdonald, John Edwin Whitham, Barum House, Halifax

Newcastle upon Tyne

Smith, JAMES BARKELEY, Liverpool Nov 15 Alsop & Co, Liverpool
FRIENDLY SOCIETY DISSOLVED.

SNOWDEN, GEORGE, Dukiofield, Chester Nor 9 Ellison, Ashton under Lyne
BUILDERS' LABOURERS' ROCHDALE Good INTENT, ACCIDENT AND Burial Society, Thornton, Henry, Huddersfield Oct 31 Wilmshurst & Stones, Huddersfield
Northern Star, Rope st, Rochdale, Lancaster Sept 28

WALKER, GEORGE, Sheffield Nov 30 Taylor & Co, Sheffield
London Gazette.-- TUESDAY, Oct. 11.

WARD, Frances MARY, Hampstead Oct 31 Few & Co, Surrey st, Strand
JOINT STOCK COMPANIB8.

WATKINS, Axx, Reading Oct 24 Beale & Martin, Reading
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.

WATKINS, WILLIAM, Reading Oct 24 Beale & Martin, Reading
" BLUE STAR" STEAMBUIP Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required to send in particulars of WHITEHEAD, Joux, Buxton Nov 9 Addleshaw & Co, Manchester
claims to G M Allan, 4, St Mary Axe

Wilson, WILLIAX, Huddersfield, Tailor Oct 31 Wilmshurst & Stones, Huddersfield

sea.

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