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FIELDHOUSE, WALTER NEWELL, Wibsey, near Bradford. Dyer. Bradford. Pct
Ja11 24. Ord Jan 24

FIELDINO, THOMAB. Lombard st, Director of Fielding Bros., Jewellers. High
Court. Pet Jan 10. Ord Jan 26

FLEMING, J. C., Kentish Town, Licensed Victualler. High Court. Pet Nov 8.

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GR1rr1N, WILLIAM TURRALL. Na ton on the Hill, Warwick, Coal Salesman.
Warwick. Pet Jan 25. Ord -Pan 25

HABTJGEORGE, Prittlewell, Essex, Innkeeper. Chelmsford. Pet Jan 25. Ord

HART. §nn%;s, Folkestone, Corn Merchants’ Agent. Canterbury. Pet Jan 24.
0 dJ 24

HAYNES, Fafiznsmcx, Stamford, Lincoln, Tailor. Pcterborough. Pet Jan 24.
Ord J an 24

HILL, CHARLES, Cheltcnham, Dyer. Cheltenham. Pet Jan 22. Ord Jan 22

JBFFERIB, THOMAS Kingswood Hill, Gloucester, Slaughtcrman. Bristol. Pet
Jan 25. Ord J an 25

KEEN J OsEI>H. Westminster Bridge rd, Boot Manufacturer. High Court. Pet flan 24. Ord Jan 24

KEITH THOMAS, High st, Shadwell, Bottle Manufacturer. High Court. Pet
J’an 25. Ord Jan 25

KNIGHT, ALBERT '1' 1IoMAs, Bristol, Baker. Bristol. Pet Jan 26. Ord Jan 26

LANODON, CHARLES, Truro. Carpenter. Truro. Pet Jan 26. Ord Jan 26

LINE, WILLIAM JAMES, Burnley, Lancashire, Beamer. Burnley. Pet Jan 25.
Ord Jan 25

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MITCHELL, WILLIAM, jun, Birkdale, Gent. Liverpool. Pet Jan 24. Ord Jan 24

PAGE, GEORGE. jrm. Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Hay Merchant. Warwick. Pet
Jan 25. Ord Jan 25

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SMITH, THOMAS, Bristol, Chemist. Bristol. Pet Jan 24. Ord Jan 24

TAYL%11,d §LL1gN, Batley, Yorks, Smallware Dealer. Dewsbury. Pet Jan 25.

an 4

WIDMANN, HERMANN, Bishopston, Gloucestershire, Watchmaker. Bristol. Pet
Jan 34. Ord Jan 24

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LOVERIIJOE FRANK. West Bromwich, Staiiordshire, Tobacconist. F b S

O ll at 11.
Luke desson Sharp. Birmingham
LOWE. HENRY JAMEs, Birmingham. Bookseller. Feb 8 at 12. Chief Oil Ree,
Bankruptcy bldngs. Linco n’s inn
LYNAM. HENRY ALEXANDER, and JOHN Krnn. Nottingham, Builders. Feb 4 at
12. Oti Rec. 1, High pavement. Nottingharu
MILLER, FREDERICK, Hart's Hill, Worcestershire, Baker. Feb 10 at 10.30. Oi!
Rec, Dudley
MOORE. A. M G., _Gower st. Esq. Feb 4 at 2.30. Bankruptcy bldgs, Portugag
st, L1ncoln’s inn fields
OCKLEFORD, JAMES, Mare s_t, Hackney, Fishmonger. Feb 4 at 11. Bankruptcy
bldgs. Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields
PAGE. GEORGE, jun, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, Hay Merchant. Feb 7 at 11.15.
Off Rec, 17. Hertford st, Coventry
RIMELL, VALENTINE RIc11ARn, Swansea, Butcher. Feb 7 at 11. Ofl Rec, 6, Rut-
land st, Swansea
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. . . en SMITH, CHARLES. Melton Mowbray, Boot Maker. Feb 4 at 12.30. 28, Friar lane. Leicester

SMITH, T11oMAs, Bristol, Chemist. Feb 7 at 12.45. Ofi Rec, Bank chbrs, Bristol

SNOOE, JOE, Urchfont, Wilts, out of business. Feb 4 at 1. Bear Hotel, Devises

SPILSEURY. WILLIAM FRANCIS, Birmingham, Baker. Feb 8 at 11. Ofl Rec, Birmingham

STANEFIELD, THOMAs, Rochdale, Farmer. Feb 5 at 11.30. Townhall. Rochdale

THORN. JOSEPH PRIIDDICE, Budge row, Cannon st, Resturant Proprietor. Feb 4 at 12 Bankruptcy bld Portugal st, Lincoln's inn fields

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YEXLEY, FREDERICK. Whit/e Horse st, Stepney, Hotel Keeper. Feb 4 at 2.30. 33, Carey st, Lincolu’s inn

ADJ UDICATIONS.

AOAR, WILLIAM, Newcastle under Lyme, Grocer. Hanley, Burslem, and Tunstall. Pet Jan 22. Ord Jan 24

ARMSTEAD, J OHN, Sheflleld, Accountant. Shciileld. Pet Dec 13. Ord Jan 24
BAILEY, PAUL, Cheddleton, Stafford, Stonemason. Macclesfield. Pet Jan 18.
Ord Jan 26

J 2?, Greenheys, Manchester, Salesman. Manchester. Pet Jan 6.
r an
B1200? HA‘1z.RYOD£1J1oL.;sl, Sandown, I.W., Plumber. Newport and Ryde. Pet
an . r an
BROWN. JAM'Es HENRY. Junction rd, Upper Holloway, Builder. High Court-
Pet Jan 19. Ord Jan 26
CHOAT. JAMES. Milton next Gravesend, Licensed Victualler. Rochester. Pei
Jan 21. Ord Jan 26

COOPER, ROBERT, Nottingham, Grocer. Nottingham. Pet Dec 30. Ord Jn-I124

DARTNELL. HENRY JAMEs, High st, Poplar, Licensed Victualler. High 0001*»-
Pet Dec 31. Ord Jan 26

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FEATHER, J AMEs, Bradford, Yarn Finisher. Bradford. Pet Jan 24. Ord J an 25

F1ELn1rousE. WALTER NRWELL, Wibscy, nr Bradford, Dyer. Bradford. PM
Jan 24. Ord Jan 24

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HILL, CHARLES. Cheltenham, Dyer. Cheltenham. Pet Jan 22. Ord Jan 24

HUTCHINOS, ROBERT COLEMAN, Wareham, Dorset, Solicitor. Poole. Pet NOV 20. Ord Jan 25

KEEN. J osarn, Westminster Bridge rd, Bootmaker. High Court. Pet Jan 94-
Ord Jan 24

KEITH. THOMAS. Shadwell. B0ttle Maker. High Court. Pet Jan 25. Ord J an $5
LANODON, CHARLES, Truro. Carpenter. Truro. Pet Jan 25. Ord Jan 26
LANGLEY, TnoMAs, Dover, Baker. Canterbury. Pet Dec 31. Ord Jan 26

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PoLLARn Fasnsmcx, Leicester, Iron Moulder. Leicester. Pet Jan 5. Ord Jan 24 PUBVIS, GEOROIANA RAOIIEL, Gomshall, Surrey, Widow. Portsmouth. PM Jan 20. Ord Jan 20

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_ Feb. 5, I887. THE SOLICITORS’ JOURNAL." , g 2.15

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Urrrni G.,8St Mary Axe, Commission Agent. High Court. Pet Jan 5. Ord an

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The iolllgwing amended notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette oi Jun 2|.
Nnnsox, Rrrrnum JOHN, Middleeborough, out oi business. Jan 31 at 12. 011
Rec, York
ADJ UDICATIONS.
Aivooon, JOHNSON, Chnttcris, Cnmbridgeshire, Farmer. Peter-borough. Pet
J an 6. Ord Jan 29
BAILEY, Bunny, jun, Mai-wood, Devon, Gent. Bnrnstaplo. Pet Oct 16. OBI

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Anti-Dyspeptic Cocoa or Chocolate Powder. Guaranteed hire Soluble Cocoa oi the Finest Quality with the excess of fat extracted. The Faculty; pronounce it " the most nutritious, perectly digesti le beverage for Breakfast, Luncheon, or flapper, and invaluable for Invalids and Children." Highly commended by the entire Medical Press. Being without sugar, spice, or other admixture, it sum all palates keepsior years in all climates, and is four limes ihe sireiigih oi cocoas rsionnsn yetwnnivsn with starch, &c., and in IIAI-H’! ennrn than such Mixtures.

Made instaiiisneoisly with . riling water, n tesspooriiu‘ to s 1$l'€BkfB§>'J\lp| costing less than a halipenny. COCOATIIA A LA VAIII-Ll is the most delicate, digestion, cheapest Manilla Chocolate, and may be taken when richer chocolate is prohibited. in tins at ls. 6d., 8s., 6s. 6d., &c., by Chemists and Grocers.

Charities on Special Terms by the Solo Pro pi‘iQl/0!‘,

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Torrnnnsn LOCAL BOARD oi HEALTH.

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ESTABLISHED 1572.

lINSTIl‘UTl0N lor BUYS of the UPPEB. CLASSES only in any Misroitune or Distress.'1‘wo Guineas on admission and Five Guineas per ‘quarter ior education, maintenance, and clothing.lapply to the C!1_API.A.12I, St. miohriel'.-1, Woodside.

i Cruydon. Latin, French, Alathematics.

,DETELTlVE OFFlCES (SLA'1‘ER’S).— The only acknowledged Establishment in the City or London. Aepiy, write, wire, or telephone. Terms moderate. 'onsultot.ions iree. Telephone

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moons s FUNDS (1865) =

Firs Premiums 357'338

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Interest... ... ... ... ... 1% 134 “U0 Accumulated Fllldl so II " ' I

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CASES REPORTED THIS WEEK, Orm READERS may remember that, when Re Oorsellii (30 Soni

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Phillips v. Andrews .... . . 266

Stewart v. West Derby Bu l
Board -_.......... .. . 268

Thames Conservators v. Commis-
sioners of Inland Revenue .... .. 274

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THE Cotmcri. of the Incorporated Law Society have issued a new edition of their Digest of Decisions and Opinions on the Remuneration Order, consolidating their original and supplemental digests and containing the cases and opinions since the date of the latter. An improvement in arrangement has been adopted by removing the notes (which have now become, in many cases, of very great length) from the sections of the Act and clauses of the Order and arranging them under divisions referring to the leading provisions of the Order. The book, as it now stands, seems to us a model of its kind and indispensable to solicitors; and its compilers deserve the highest credit for the care, clearness, and accuracy with which the decisions and opinions are stated. Nor would it be just to omit to draw attention to the valuable service which the council have rendered to the profession in giving the extremely numerous opinions embodied in this book and in helping to obtain the decision of the courts on important points connected with the Order. We have sometimes heard a growl about the opinions being oi a “cutting-down” type, but it should be remembered that the council do not undertake to say what the remuneration ought to be, but only what, on the construction of the Order, they think it would be held to be. Our own view is that the opinions, asawhole, are characterized by a good deal more care and con

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Tun LIGIIT-HEARTED manner in which members of Parliament propose to create charges on land which are practically undiscoverable, or only discoverable at much expense, by a purchaser, is somewhat surprising. It is stated that Mr. FULTON, M.P., has introduced a Bill “to limit the powers of the water companies to cut ofi the tenant’s water supply where the rate is paid by the landlord.” It proposes that where the owner, and not the occupier, is liable by law or by agreement with the water company to the payment of the water rate in respect of a dwelling-house or a part of one occupied as a separate tenement, the water company must not cut off the supply for non-payment of the rate. The rntc, with interest thereon at 5 per cent. per anniim, is to be a charge on the lirmss in prz'0ri{_1/ to all of/zer charges. The italics are our 0_Wn- Let us hope that some lawyer in the House will call attention to what is proposed to be done. We fecl certain that if he

does so he will receive a large amount of support, and will succeed In modifying the Bill.

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cirons’ J OURNAL, 567) was first decided, some facetious correspondents, adopting a phrase then in vogue, wrote to inquire “ what the Corsellis umbrella would cover ”? We are now able to answer the question :—Very little indeed: two of the main ribs were smashed in the Court of Appeal last week, arid the whole structure has become highly dilapidated and disreputable. Dropping metaphor, Mr. Justice K.iY’s attack on Gradoc/c v. Piper (1 Mac. & G. 664) and Lincoln v. Windsor (9 Hare, 158) has failed, as we predicted it would. The Court of Appeal has some regard for precedent, even in matters concerning solicitors, and does not quite see its way to the establishment of a system of decision modelled upon that of the Cadi under the palm-tree. The rule in Cradock v. Piper was, the Court of Appeal said, “an established rule of the court, and it was a rule which ought not to be frittered away." And as to the steward’s fees, of which Mr. Justice KAY had deprived the trustee solicitor, the Court of Appeal held that, as they were fixed by custom or (in the case of the Lands Clauses Act and enfranchisements, &c.) by statute, and were “not professional charges at all,” they should be allowed. _ A correspondent this week very pertinently inquires whether this doctrine does not apply to those solicitors’ charges which are now fixed by statute and scale. On principle it does, but the court's remarks as to “ professional charges ” should be observed.

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OONVEYANCERS have been living in a fool’s paradise. They have believed that if all proper searches were made against the vendor, especially if they were made under the Conveyancmg Act, 1882, the purchaser would be safe against all matters searched for. But they have generally omitted to inquire by what difierent descriptions the vendor has passed. If, in his purchase-deed, he was described as “ of London, Esq?" and _at the time of the purchase he was “ of Canterbury, a retired Ma]or-General,”_a very prudent mflll would search against him under both descriptions, though we believe that this was never doiie in _pI‘t10tlO6: _But suppose that something was entered up against him by l]15,lI1li8l'lD€dlBt9 description of “ Captain in H.M.’s 100th Regiment, this would not necessarily be known to apply to him. A prudent solicitor would note this entry, and inquire whether the vendor ever satisfied that description. Now, suppose that an official search is made under the Conveyancing Act, _l882. There appears to _be 110 provision in the rules for describing a person in the requisition for a search by a former abode or_f_ornier title, so that possibly it would be necessary to make requisitions for two searches in the case we have mentioned, one against “A. B., of London, Esq-, the other against “A. B., of Canterbury, a retired MajorGeneral." Even supposing that theoflice would allow the abode and title to be entered in the requisition as ”Canterb111'y,1§t€ London,” “a retired Ma]_or-General, late Esq.,_ still the ofliciat search would take no cognizance of the intermediate description o “Captain in H.M.’s 100th Regiment." The certificate of the result of the search is conclusive in favour of the purchaser; but cinclusive of what fact? Simply that no entry ealstfl 3831"“ ‘E vendor by the description contained in tire requisition. Tahfe practical conclusion is, tliat an ofiicial search is not quite _fl-8 B" 6 as 11 search made by a solicitor in person, and that no s01101t°r ~11! eve!‘ feel certain, however carefully he may make the £19695??? searches, that he finds everything entered up lfgalnstt ‘évelé °" _un1ess, indeed, he adopts the ruinously expensive plan 0 no 211115 every entry made against persons bearing the samehnametas _ e vendor, whatever may be theindescriptions, and t :11 B8 isfying himself that none of these entries apply to the ven orfia 1:011 is which is clearly impracticable. We may add thfltrfivent b 6 l?'so_ timid enough to follow this 0011119, he WW1‘; an n° . 8 ta his lutely safe ; the vendor might have changed his name; pnéiron the purchase-deed, a fact of _which there would ed no racinst him abstract, and something might have been entere HP 35“ in his previous name.

- - ds which THERE sun TWO private Bills now before the I_{ouse of Lor _ solicitors and those who have charge _of their interests_sh0uld0BT9 fully conside_r—-we mean the “Natio_nal Safe %epOsI1;u1E:ll Efilgg the “Securities Insurance and Deposit Cor-porn ion rouimtin it of these Bills proposes to confer on the company P 16 g

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