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hesitation and a feeling of delicacy in dealing with it, because of his
position as judge, but it would be the greatest diesimulation on his part if
the resolution. He could not conceal from himself that somehow or other, HUDDERSFIELD INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY.
not only upon this question, but on many others, the principle of de The annual meeting of this society was held on Monday evening, Mr. centralization was in the air, and that this question of the extension of S. LEAROYD (president) in the chair.
the common law jurisdiction of the county courts which had been so long After the report and balance-sheet had been adopted, the retiring pre- ripening was perhaps nearly ripe, and some day—perhaps no very distant sident (Mr. Learoyd) delivered an address on commercial education, and day-it might fall to his lot to have to administer an extended common the relation of legal training to it. In the course of it Mr. Learoyd
law jurisdiction. After describing the existing anomolies in county pointed out the interest of the question to solicitors, and the importance court jurisdiction, he referred to the fact that in 1879 Lord Cairns introduced of it to the community, and said that anything that they could do to into the House of Lords a Bill dealing with this very subject, and promote their local industry must benefiť the district and promote the quoted the following extract from the speech the noble lord then made: interests of the legal profession. It was a misfortune that their commer:
*In the whole of this question, without any exception, there was a general cial life was regarded more as a trade or occupation than a science, and recommendation in favour of the extension of the jurisdiction. The exthe question of profit had been the consideration more than the study of tension which I propose is this : To increase the jurisdiction of the county the principles on which commercial prosperity depended. After referring courts from the sum of £50, at which it now stands, to the sum of £200, at some length to the weakness of our commercial training, and to the and I propose further that the plaintiffs shall have the power of com. fact that the strength of our foreign competitors rested upon their mencing actions in the county court for a still higher amount, but in that superior commercial education, the president referred to the various case there would be the absolute right on the part of the defendant if he systems of commercial and technical education abroad, and pointed does not wish to have the case disposed of by the county court to remove out the comprehensive nature of the studies of the pupils. It was,
the case into the higher court.” That Bill, however, fell in the massacre of he said, almost a chronic habit in Huddersfield to send deputations to the innocents in 1879. After 1879 came the General Election of 1880, and other towns to see what they were doing, but why shou not Hud- after that came—what should he call it?-the Parliamentary deluge. He dersfield in this matter take the lead and shew it to be possible to supposed that Lord Caims' Bill would have to be revived if anything was tack on to a system of technical education one of commercial education, to be done. He found that down to 1876 the average number of claims and form classes for teaching it? It was obvious that a knowledge of above £50 entered into the county courts, by consent of the parties, was commercial law was at the very foundation of a commercial education, about 30; from 1876 to 1883 the number jumped up to between 300 and and without it such a course would be useless and impossible. As to who | 409 on the average; and during the last four years it had been nearer 700 was to teach the law in these commercial schools he was prepared to throw than 600, which to his mind indicated that the public were in favour of an out a challenge to our commercial and technical tribunals-namely, That extension of the system. In addition to all these there were 300 or 400 if they could provide the classes, the society he represented would, so
cases under the Employers' Liability Act, and 800 or 900 cases remitted far as the legal part was concerned, find the teachers from among the pro
from the High Court, so that they had already in the county courts an fessional men of Huddersfield who were thoroughly capable of undertaking enormous amount of work of the highest class. The question was, Did the the duty: What had the profession done for the good of the town public want the extension ?-he thought they did ; and the next question Practically nothing, as a society and a profession. Here, as it seemed to was, Could they have it? It was entirely a question for the Legislature, and him, was their opportunity, and if commercial classes were formed in perhaps some day the Legislature might take it up. connection with the Chamber of Uommerce and Technical School, let the After a few words from Mr. Sykes, who thought there ought to be no society be prepared to undertake the legal part the training; and the
limit to the jurisdiction of the courts in the matter of amount, and a let the town set an example to other centres of industry, and shew that short address by the Chairman, the resolution was passed. they were in earnest in removing from their commercial life the stigma
Mr. Alfred Sykes theo, in very appropriate terms, presented to Mr. which existed upon it. After pointing out the lamentable ignorance there T. S. Simpson the gold medal, and Mr. Simpson replied. was among commercial men of commercial law, Mr. Learoyd said that, so On the motion of Mr. Jas. YEOMAN, seconded by Mr. J. H. Sykes, the refar as he knew, England was about the only civilized country in which tiriug officers were thanked for their services, and the vote was acknowthat education was not afforded. Surely it was time for them to realize ledged by Mr. W. RAMSDEN. their deficiencies, and to set to work to remedy them. In conclusion he On the motion of Mr. ARMITAGE, seconded by Mr. J. J. Booth, Mr. moved :—“That the Huddersfield Incorporated Law Society begs to call Learoyd was re-elected president, and he acknowledged the compliment. the attention of the Chamber of Commerce and the Technical School of On the motion of Mr. John Haigh, seconded by Mr. Welsy, the other Huddersfield to the question of commercial education, and begs to offer officers were elected; and on the motion of the PRESIDENT, seconded by that in the event of an attempt being made to impart this education this Mr. Hall, Mr. W. Armitage was elected deputy-chairman of committee. society will be glad to afford the necessary professors and teachers to
Mr. ARMITAGE moved, and Mr. Barker seconded, that the subscription undertake the legal part of the training."
for the next year should be two guineas, and the resolution was passed. Mr. HENRY BARKER, in seconding the resolution, said that all that it
On the motion of Mr. J. H. DRANSFIELD, seconded by Mr. A. H. J; committed them to was that if the authorities of he town would undertake FLETCHER, Mr. Alfred Sykes was cordially thanked for having conducted to supply this general necessity in the matter of a commercial education, the classes for instruction in the elements of woollen and worsted manu. the society would see that the scheme did not come to grief for want of facture, and in reply Mr. Sykes said he should be glad to renew the instruction in the legal element.
classes next year. After a few words from Mr. Sykes, the resolution was passed.
The thanks of the meeting were, on the motion of the PRESIDENT, Mr. O. Mills moved :-That in the opinion of this society a large ex
seconded by Mr. Haigh, accorded to the Mayor and Town Clerk for the tension of the county court system is desirable. He found that some provision made for the meeting. sixteen years ago he seconded at the annual meeting of the Associated Theproceedings shortly afterwards terminated. Chambers of Commerce a resolution in favour of extending the jurisdiction of the county courts. He pointed out that the system had been extended in various directions, and he was perfectly satisfied that with another extension, subject to the limits as to value or as to removal into the superior courts under certain conditions, the commercial community
LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL. would greatly benefit. Although the subject had been discussed seventeen or eighteen years throughout the country he never heard of a single
LAW STUDENTS' DEBATING Society.-Oct 4.-Chairman-Mr. Ernest objection to the extension of the system, and, indeed, the Judicature Todd.—The subject for debate was, “That this society disapproves Commission which sat in 1870 or 1871 recommended it, but the recom
of the proclamation of the National League." Mr. T. H. Richmond mendation had not been adopted.
opened the debate, and was followed by Messrs. Crawford, Fargus, Mr. J. H. DRANSFIELD seconded the resolution.
Napier, Riddell, and Savory. The motion was lost by a majority of six. Judge Swagge, who supported the resolution, said he had listened with Oct. 11.-Chairman-Mr. T. Douglas.—The subject for debate was, great interest to the able, instructive, and suggestive address of Mr.
“That a Court of Appeal in Criminal Cases is desirable." Mr. Wilmot Learoyd, but he confessed he listened with some slight feeling of alarm E. Elmslie opened the debate, and was followed by Messrs. E. Todd; to the suggestion that commercial men should be instructed in the C. F. Ellis, P. T. Rhys, R. D. Muir, J. D. Crawford, J. J. Dodd, and principles of commercial law. It was in accordance with the spirit of W. G. Hawtin. The motion was lost. the age and the modern tendency towards improved methods of illumina
Oct. 18.-Chairman-Mr. J. C. Wheeler.—The subject for debate was, tion, but he trembled to think what would be the consequences for the
"That the Parliamentary Franchise should be extended to Women." judges, and he shuddered when he thought of the intensity that would be
Mr. W. A. Bilney opened the debate, and was followed by Messrs. G. H. given to the fierce light of criticism that beat upon the judicial bench. Bower, P. T. Rhys, w. L. Gane, J.' D. Crawford, James Gray, W., M. At present, when he sat in court, he had before him critics--able and Woodhouse, A. Norman, F. E. Goodheart, and T. Douglar. The motion learned, but friendly--but what could it be when, in addition, he had
was lost. row after row of hard-headed, long-headed commercial men fresh from the lectures of his friend, Mr. Learoyd-half of them disappointed suitors, was held, Mr. Bateman Napier in the chair.
United LAW STUDENTS' Society.—Oct. 17.—The annual general meeting all of them more or less inimici curiæ; all of them fresh from the footnotes business had been disposed of, including the proposing and seconding of
After the usual routine of the last edition of Addison on Contracts, Byles upon Bills, or Benjamin fourteen new members, the reports of the retiring officers were presented on Sales. However, the judges must suffer for the public welfare and he and considerable discussion took place thereon, after which the meeting entirely agreed that the proposal to instruct commercial men engaged in elected the officers for the ensuing year, as follows : -Mr. A. K. Common: large and important commercial transactions, in the principles of commer chairman ; Mr. J. R. Yates, secretary; Mr. O. A. Elgood, treasurer ; which was well worthy of being tried at least as an experiment. "Referring spondence department, Dir. E: W. Pearson, vice-chairman ; Mr. H. W
Mr. C. W. Rawlinson, reporter ; and Mr. Lazarus, secretary of legal correto the resolution immediatelý before the meeting, he said he had some . Parcus, editop; Me, F." Goodali, secretary of societies union; and in
Mr. F. G. Wood, auditor. Upon the motion of Mr. Richardson, seconded by Mr. Moyle, the discussion of the question of continuing the existing
APPOINTMENTS. arrangements with reference to the Magazine was adjourned to the first Mr. WILLIAM John Mann, solicitor, of Trowbridge, has been appointed meeting in November.
Assistant Clerk to the Melksham Board of Guardians. Mr. Mann was admitted a solicitor in 1870.
Mr. David EDWARD JONES, solicitor (of the firm of Tennant & Jones),
of Aberavon, Neath, and Britonferry, has been appointed Clerk to the LEGAL NEWS.
Margam Local Board, in succession to the late Mr. Martin Scale. Mr.
Jones was admitted a solicitor in 1876. He is in partnership with Mr. OBITUARY.
Marmaduke Tennant, town clerk of Aberavon.
Mr. John SATTERFIELD SANDARS, barrister, has been appointed Mr. Duncan STEWART, barrister, died at Harthill Hall, Derbyshire, on Secretary to the Committee appointed by the Home Secretary to inquire the 12th ult. Mr. Stewart was the second son of Mr. Duncan Stewart, into the accommodation provided for prisoners at petty sessions and Solicitor-General of Barbadoes, and was born in 1825. He was called to police courts. Mr. Sandars is the only son of Mr. Charles Sandars, of the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Easter Term, 1862, and he formerly practised Mackworth, Derbyshire, and was born in 1853. He was educated at in the Court of Chancery. He was for several years secretary to the Magdalen College, Oxford, where he graduated 3rd class in JurispruChief Registrar in Bankruptcy, and he was Assistant-Receiver of Insol. dence in 1875, and he subsequently proceeded to the degree of D.O.L. vent Estates from 1870 till 1872, when he was appointed Receiver of He was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in January, 1877, and he is a Insolvent Estates. He was appointed Taxing Master in Bankruptcy in member of the Midland Circuit. Mr. Sandars is at present assistant 1877, and on the passing of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, he became a master private secretary to Mr. Matthews. of the High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy. Mr. Stewart was married in Mr. Henry Reilly, solicitor, of Dublin, has been appointed a Taxing 1863 to the daughter of the Rev. Charles Mackenzie.
Master of the Chancery Division in Ireland, in succession to Mr. Mr. Arthur Pawson, barrister, died suddenly in his chambers, 2, Archibald Robinson, deceased. Mr. Reilly was admitted a solicitor at Pump-court, Temple, on the 5th inst. His laundress, on entering his Dublin in 1864. He has filled the office of President of the Irish bedroom, found him lying dead. Mr. Pawson was the third son of Mr. Incorporated Law Society. John Falshaw Pawson, of Mill-hill, and was born in 1847. He was called
Mr. George WOODYATT HASTINGS, barrister, M.P., has been elected to the bar at the Middle Temple in Easter Term, 1869, and he had Chairman of the Worcestershire Quarter Sessions, on the resignation of practised on the North-Eastern Circuit, and at the West Riding and the Earl of Coventry. Mr. Hastings is the only son of Sir Charles Leeds Sessions.
Hastings, M.D., and was born in 1825. He was educated at Bromsgrove Mr. THOMAS JOHNSON, solicitor, of Midhurst, died on the 29th ult. at the 1st class of the Civil Law Tripos in 1850. He was called to the bar at
School and at Christ's College, Cambridge, where he graduated in the age of seventy-six. Mr. Johnson was born in 1811. He was admitted a solicitor in 1837, and he had for many years conducted an extensive prac. the Oxford Circuit. He has been ń.P. for East Worcestershire in the
the Middle Temple in Easter Term, 1850, and he formerly practised on tice at Midhurst. He had been clerk to the county magistrates at that Liberal interest since 1880, and he has been for several years deputy, place ever since 1839, and he was also registrar of the Midhurst County chairman of Quarter Sessions for that county. He is a deputy-lientenant Court (Circuit No. 56) and a perpetual commissioner for the county of Sussex. He had been for several years associated in partnership with his
for Herefordshire and a magistrate for Herefordshire and Worcestershire. son, Mr. William Thomas Johnson, who was admitted a solicitor in 1875.
Mr. BRABAZON CAMPBELL, solicitor, of Warwick, has been appointed Mr. Johnson was buried at Stedham on the 3rd inst.
Town Clerk of that borough in succession to Mr. George Cattell Greenway, Mr. Isaac Weir, Q C., died very suddenly at Enniskillen on the 10th of the Warwick County Court, and clerk to the county magistrates.
resigned. Mr. Campbell was admitted a solicitor in 1868. He is registrar inst. Mr. Weir was engaged in early life as a newspaper reporter, in which capacity he was for many years connected with the Belfast News
Mr. Foster John Bone, solicitor, of Devonport, has been appointed
Clerk to the Commissioners of Taxes for the South Roborough Division of Letter. He adopted the legal profession under the advice of the late Lord Devonshire, in succession to his brother, the late Mr. Allan Belfield Cairns, and he was called to the bar in Ireland in 1864. He was a mem. Bone. Mr. F J. Bone was admitted a solicitor in 1865. He is clerk to ber of the North-East Circuit. He soon obtained a fair practice, and he
the magistrates for the borough of Devonport. was a prosecuting Crown counsel for the county of Armagh. He became a Queen's Counsel in 1885. He was the leading counsel for the defendant in the important libel action of Bolton v O'Brien. Mr. Weir was, at the
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. time of his death, engaged in his duties as revising barrister for the county RICHARD SUTTON CLIFFORD and WILLIAM LIVESEY, solicitors (Clifford & of Fermanagh.
Livesey), Derby. Sept. 30. The said William Livesey will' in future Mr. ANTHONY GILBERT Jones, solicitor, of Gloucester, died at Hatherley carry on the said practice alone,
[Gazette, Oct. 14. Court, Gloucestershire, on the 4th inst., in his seventy eighth year. Mr. FRANCIS ALFRED COBBOLD, LUCAS TEMPLE COBBOLD, and EDWARD Jones was born in 1810. He was admitted a solicitor about the year 1833, BROUGHTON Rouse, solicitors (Cobbold, Sons, & Rouse), Ipswich. Oct. 8. and for many years he carried on an extensive practice at Gloucester. He HENRY Montague TRENCHARD and HARRY CARTWRIGHT Hart, solicitors was for a long time the principal Liberal agent for the city. He had been (Trenchard & Hart), No. 35, Bucklesbury, London. Sept. 29. for many years connected with the corporation of Gloucester. He was an
[Gazette, Oct. 18. alderman at the time of his death, and he had been three times mayor of the city. Mr. Jones retired from practice about three years ago, and he
GENERAL, was soon afterwards appointed a magistrate for Gloucestershire, having
The Prince of Wales has joined the council of the Selden Society. been previously for many years a magistrate for the city of Gloucester.
A special session of the Central Criminal Court will be held at the William Jones, is clerk of the peace for Gloucester, and his son, Mr. John Sessions-house, Old Bailey, on Monday next, when the judges will attend Henry Jones, is under-sheriff of Gloucestershire. inst. Mr. Allen was the son of Mr. Joshua John Allen, solicitor. 9.T. CHARLES JOHN Allen, solicitor, of Bedford-row, died on the 15th year. The ordinary sessions of the court will commence on the same day.
The following is the rota of attendance of the masters of the Queen's He
Bench Division in chambers during the ensuing Michaelmas Sittingswas admitted a solicitor in 1854, having been articled to his father, when viz., A to F, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Master Johnson ; he joined the firm of Norris, Allen, & Carter ; but since his father's death Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Master Gordon. G to N, Mondays, he had been the only surviving partner. Mr. Allen had an extensive Wednesdays, and Fridays, Master Kaye: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and practice. He was a commissioner to administer oaths in the Chancery Saturdays, Master George Pollock. O to Z, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Court of Lancaster. He had a large Welsh agency business, and he was Fridays, Master Walton; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Master acting under-sheriff for the town of Carmarthen. He was also Steward
Manley Smith. of the Manor of Great Hormead, in Hertfordshire. Mr. Allen was the At the meeting of the Court of Aldermen on Tuesday a letter was read cousin of Mr. Henry George Allen, Q.o., and his brother, the late Mr.
from Mr. J. H. Gresham, Chief Clerk at the Justice Room of the Mansion Joshua Bird Allen, was for several years a chief clerk in the Court of House, asking permission to retire from his office, in consequence of his Chancery.
precarious state of health. On the motion of Sir Andrew Lusk it was re. Mr. George Maw, solicitor, of Bishop Auckland, died on the 13th solved that the letter should be referred to the General Purposes Cominst. from the effects of an accident on the previous day. He had been mittee to consider and report, and that they should also inquire into the thrown from his horse through a collision with a wagon. Mr. Maw was nature, duties, and emoluments of the office. born in 1850.
He was educated at Durham Grammar School, and he The Report of the Commissioners of Prisons, just issued, says that if was admitted a solicitor in 1872, having served his articles with Mr. the prison population had increased since 1878 in proportion with the Robert Fisher Thompson, of Kendal. He was clerk to the Spennymoor general population, it would be 8,432 more than it actually is. It is re
markable that the decrease in the female prison population has been much cessful in county court advocacy. Mr. Mar was buried at Southchurch larger in proportion than that of the males. In 1876-77 there were on an on the 15th inst.
average 16,134 males and 4,227 females. In 1886-87 the number of males Mr. William Henry Goodwin, solicitor (of the firm of Young & Good was 12,244, or 24:1 per cent. less, and of the females 2,722, or 35.6 per win), of Hastings, died suddenly on the 5th inst. Mr. Goodwin was a cent. less. The cost of maintaining the prisons has decreased during the native of Shrewsbury, where he was born in 1826. He was admitted a past year from £343,697 to £332,128. solicitor in 1865, and in the following year he settled at Hastings, where be had a large practice, being associated in partnership with Mr. William firm of Messrs. Walton & Lee) submitted to auction the Wesleyside Blackman Young, the registrar of the Hastings County Court.
Mr. Estate, Northumberland. The auctioneer observed that it was one of the Goodwin was buried at Hastings Borough Cemetery on the 10th inst., finest properties ever submitted, and he expressed his belief that it was funeral being attended by many professional and other friends.
the largest Eoglish estate ever offered to public auction at the Mart; cer. Mr. Frederick Goodwin, LL, D., was admitted a solicitor in 1883. tainly it was the largest within the last twenty years. The estate extended
25 26 27 28 29
Evans v Benyon app of deft Richard Bengon from judgt of Mr Jastive Kay over 20,000 acres, and was divided into nineteen well-arranged farms, all
dated May 5, 1887 June 1 of which were let to substantial tenants at reduced rents-in some cases
In re Holly Mount Estate and Co's Acts pet of J F Dale and anr to the extent of 50 per cent.-to meet the exigencies of the times.
petders from Mr Justice Kay refusing winding up order dated 21 May, 1887 whole estate produced an annual rental of over £5,000. The first bid was
June 2 £80,000, followed by others for £85,000, £90,000, £95,000, £96,000,
To be continued. £97,000, £98,000, and £100,000. The two next offers were $102,500 and £105,000, followed by others of £106,000, £107,000, and £110,000. The From Orders made on Interlocutory Motions in the Chancery Division. biddings then increased by £1,000 each to £119,000, at which the property
1887. was withdrawn, the auctioneer pointing out that to pay four per cent. it
(Original Motion.) was worth £125,000.
Kelly Kelly app of plt for leave to amend statement of claim in pen ding app
from Mr Justice Chitty Probate Bosvile v Atorney-Gen app of petoer from Lord Chief Justice and
Mr Justice Butt refusing new trial-cause tried by the President with a jury
Apollinaris Co, Id v Herrfeldt & Campbell app of afrs from order of Mr Justice
Chittv, dated 29 July, restraining use of word Apollinis Aug 11
In re William, Elev, one, &o app of J W Rumming from order of Mr Jastice
North dated 22 July, refusing application for reference to tax bill Aug 3
Boswell v Coaks app of deft from order of Mr Justice North, dated 9 Aug, Mon., Oct 24 Mr. Ward Mr. Olowes Mr. Carrington Mr. Jackson
refusing restraint of execution for interest on t-xed costs
Aug 15 Tuesday 25 King
Koe Wednesday 26 Pemberton
St John Marius v Oliver app of plt from order of Mr Jus'ice Chitty, dated Aug Clowes
Carrington Jackson Thursday .. 27 Clowes
12, refusing iojuaction for alleged breach of tenanoy agree weat Sept 2 Friday
Carrington Jackson Dowager Baroness Stanley of Alderley v Alexauder app of oft from order of Saturday... 29 Jackson
Mr Justice North, dated 6 Aug, for attachment Sept 2
from refusal of Mr Justice North, dated 11 Aug, of liberty as agents to sell Monday, August 24 Mr. Leach
Co's effects and pay debts Sept 3
Divorce Mary Ann Wood v Ebenezer Wood app of respondeat from Mr Justice Wednesday..
Kekewick (eitting as Vac Judge) refusing to rescind order of registrar allotting Thursday
alimony pendente lite Sept 9
Preston v Etheridgton app of dft from order of Mc Justice Keke wich (sitting
as Vac Judge) for attachment for non-payment (stayed pending appeal)
10 COURT OF APPEAL.
M.Wean v Smith app of plt from Mc Justic: Charles (si tiog as Vao Juige) MICHAELMAS SITTINGS, 1887.
re'using continuance of injunction Sort 12 SPECIAL NOTICE.-Queen's Bench Final Appeals in Court I., and Chancery
Appeals from the County Palatine Court of Lancaster. Appeals (General List) in Court II., will be taken on the usual days during
From Interlocutory Orders. Micbaelmas Sittinge.
1886. Queen's Bench Interlocutory Appeals in Court I., and Chanoery Interlocutory
In re Tbos Etty, Geat, one, &o, and In re Toxteth Brewery Co & Co's Acts Appeals in Court II., will be taken on the firet day of the Sittinge, also in
and Chancery Lancaster Ac:s app of liquidator from refusal of Vic-Coadcellor Court I., on the second day (Tuesday), and afterwards as usual, every
to direct account and payment of assets in hands of solicitor Oct 4 (S O till Wednesday, during the Sittings. Bankruptcy Appeals also, as usual, on Friday,
Bills taxed) in Court I.
1887. Appeals from the Lancaster Palatine Court (if any), which have been passed Harley v Hunt app of plt from order of the Vice-Chancellor dated 26 July, over in the General List, will be taken in Court II. on Thursday, Otober 27,
varying R+gistrar's certificate of taxati in Aug 19 and Tbursday, November 3, and Tbursday, December 1. The Admiralty Appeals (with Assessors) will be takea in Court I. on days to be
From Final Orders and Jadgments. specially appointed by the court.
1887. APPEALS FOR HEARING.
Clowes v McFarlane app of plt from judgt of the Vice-Chancellor, dated 28 Fib, (Set down to Saturday, October 16, inclusive.)
1887 April 7 FROM THE CHANCERY DIVISION, THE PROBATE, DIVORCE
The Southport & West Lancasbire Banking Co v Thompson app of plts from AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION (PROBATE AND 'DIVORCE),
jdgt of the Vice-Chancellor, dated 16 March, 1887 April 16 AND THE COUNTY PALATINE AND STANNARIES COURTS.
In re W Swift, dec McEvoy v Tickle app of dfc M A Phillips from order of
the Vice-Chancellor, dated 24 Feb on petition April 16 For Hearing.
In ro W Carruthers, dec Carruthors v Carruthers app of plt from refacal of the (General List.)
Vice-Chanctllor, dated 5 April, to vary Registrar's certificata April 27 Lord Camoge v Mayor, &o of Burslem appl of pltft from judg of V C Bacon
In re Liverpol Victoria Lian and Banking Co, ld & Co's Ants and Lancaster (part beard Feb 2, 1886, by Master of Rolls, Lords Justices Lindley & Lopes
Ac*s app of the Co from order of the Vice-Chancellor, dated 23 Aug for so for engineer to report-report filed-8 0 till apple made to restore).
winding up Co
Sept 21 Societe Generale de Paris v Dreyfus Bros & Co app of defte Dreyfus Bros & Co,
N B.-The County Palatine Appeals as the dates of setting down are reached in from order of Mr. Justice Pearson, dated 26 March 1885 April 1, 1885 the General and Separate Litts are set aside and taken on the first Thursday (8 O, Nov 1)
in every sitting, and afterwards on the first Taorsday in the following months 1887.
during the Sittioge. Bird v Andrew app of plt from jdgt of Mr Justice Kay, dated 7 Marcb, 1887
N.B.-vuring Michaelmas Sittings Palatine Appeals (if any reached) will be April 7
takeo on the following daye, viz :In re Fitzgerald's Settled Estates Fitzgerald v White app of plt from order of
Thursday, October 27. Mr Justice Nortb, dated 21 March. 1887 April 13
Thureday, November 3. Peek, Bart v Derry app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Stirling, dated 24 March,
Thursday, December 1. 1887 April 20
FROM THE QUEEN'S BENCH AND PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND In re The Mount Morgan (West) Gold Mine ld & Co's Act, 1862 Expte Stephen
ADMIRALTY (ADMIRALTY) DIVISIONS. H West app of the Co from order of Mr Justice Kay, dated 5 April, 1887
For Hearing. directing removal from register April 21
1887. Tendant y The Swansea Harbour Trustees app of dfts from judgt of Mr Jastice Ship Bertha (claim for loss of life) Sellstrom & ors v Bristol Steam Navan Co K-kewich, dated 24 February, 1887 April (Not before Nov 2)
app of plts from judgt of Mr Justice Butt, dute i Mar 23, 1886 Feb 18 (with. In re W. Sherwood, dec Metcalt v Sherwood app of dft from judgt of Mr. out assessors–80 pending appl to House of Lords in Ship Bernioa).
Justice Nortb, dated 25 May, 1887 April 28
The Adelphi Bapk, id, v The Halifax Sugar Refining Co, id app oft from Justice North, dated 21 April, 1887 May 2
Justices Day and Wills directing entry of judgt for defts-astion tried by Mr
Justice Cave at Liverpool with a jury March 31 The Metropolitan District Ry Co vlhe Metropolitan District Joint Committee Hamer v James & anr & Metropolitan Ry Co app of plts from judgt of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated
app of plt from judgt of Lord Justice Lopes at trial in
Middlesex with a jory April 5 3 May, 1887 May 4 The Metropolitan District Ry Co v The Metropolitan Ry Co app of dfts from
Banister v Clift app of celts from judgt of Mr Justice Stephen at trial in Midjudgt of Mr Justice North, da'ed 16 Joly, 1886 May 5
Jones & anr v Williams, Gittine, & anr (garnishees) app of defts from jadg Moseley - Victoria Rubber Co app of dfts from judgt of Mr Justice Chitty, dated 26 April, 1887 May 9
of Mr McIntyre, QC., sitting as Commissioner after trial at Welsopoul In re E Westall, deo West v Westall app of dft from judgt of Mr Justice The Mayor, &o, of the Company of Merchants of the Staple of England v Bank
Stirling, dated 29 April, 1887, on originating sumns May 17
of England app of plts from order of Justices Day and Wills on mota after May, 1887 May 19
trial before Baron Pollock reserving leave to move to enter judgt The Masor Tucker y Bennett app of dft William Bennett fron judgt of Mr Jastice
&c of the Staple of England v The Bank of England app of dfts from same Kebewicb, dated 29 Jan, 1887 May 21
order April 7 Io re Bronksea Irland Co, ld, & Co's Acts app of Rt Hon G AF Bentin ck,
Great Northern Ry Co v Kennedy & anr app of dft from judgt of Mr Jastica MP, from order of Mr 'Justice Kay, dated 5 April, disallowing items in bi: City of London Contract Corporation, ia ~ Styles (Q B Rovenae Side) apo
of clajin as creditor May 23
Contract Corporation from judgt of Justices A L Smith and Grantham os ease and Sir H. Drummond Wolff from order of Mr Justice Kay, dated 19. AprilHolmes v The Twickenham Local Board of Health (Q B Crown Side), apoio
varying Chief Clerk's certificate of contributories May 23 In re TJ Milre, dec Grant v Heyetam (construction) app of plt and dest from judgt of Mr Justice Stirling dated 29 April, 1887 May 25
setting aside order of Jastices affirming rate Bonella v Sanne Lucal Board (GB CroWo Side) app of The Local Board from like order April 14
Duke of Dev inshire & ors () 1 babalf, & ») v Pattins ia & M.yor, & s., of Curlisle | In rə Aardbitch Hardb.ttle v Hard In re W. T. Clark, deo Moto v Clark app of dfts from judgt of Mr Justica A L Smith on fur coa after trial at Carlisle bottlo act wits Same Action app ot plts from pact of same judgt April 16
adj samns with witas by order
Thornhill v Hoy'a ad act wits Callow v Young moto with witas by Harker & anr v Edwards app of oft from judgt of Mr Justice Field at trial in Goodall v Pemberton act and m fj order Middleses April 21
Iagram v Clarke act
Wilts uira v Jogos aot wits
E Blakey & Sons v Lathan & Co a st Se-ly v Grogan app of dft from judgt of Mr Justice Cavo at trial in Middlesex Peach v Solby-Lowodes act
E Blakey & Sons v L90 act without a jury April 28
Welchmaa y Ltech act wits
E Blakey & Sons v Hall act The Hire Parchane Furnishing Co Id v Richoas & aur app of afts from judgt of Elliott v Merrill &t wits
E Blakey & Sons v Cooke act Mr Justice & atha at trial in Middlesex without a jury April 29
Britain v Hirson, Pritchard, & Co aot Blakey & Sons v Tapholme act Laugley v Davies App of plt froin judg' of Mc Justica Wills at trial with a jary wits
E Blakey & Sons v Hargrave act at Cardiff May 5
Ellington v Clark, Barnett, & Co, ld M 10sford v Bell act Toe Real and Personal Alvance Co Id v D J Claars (Q B Crowa Sidde) asp of act wits
Yates y Watkins act plt from judgt of the Lord Chief Justice and Mr Justica A L Smith on app Baskerville v Iron & Steel Works Sampsoa v Ellis act (transferred from rom County Court affirming no asuit May 6
from Q B Div) Shaw, Savili & Albion Cold v The Bell Coleman Mechanical Rufrigeratiog Có Scovell v Robiason aot wits
Alder v Thompson act App of plts from part of jalgt of the Lord Chief Justice and Mr Justice À L Spaldiag v Skoulding a0t & cou ater Clift & ors y Foster act Smith as to damages afrec trial with special jury May 13
la re T Seymour, dec Saymour V Burrell v Mossop app of plt from jadgt of Mr Justice Stephen at trial in Middle Rogers v Birry Ducks and Ry Co act Seymour act 8-x without a jury May 16
Suer v Stier mij
Baker v Jetfries act Whitaker & apr v Bano app of plts from judgt of the Lord Chief Justice and Anirsws v Barnes act wits
Stenteford v Godfray act Mr Justice A L Smith setting aside decision of Oficial Referee --actioa refecred Judge v Tisdall act wits
Richards v Walker act ut trial before Baron Pollock in Middlesex May 16
Gudwia v Rachbone act &mfj wits Marks v Anglo-Montana Mining Co Girsburg v Rendall app of deft from judgt of Mr Justice Hawkins for Me Hatten v Russell Xot Justice Kay at trial with a jury in Middlesex May 25
Maaro v Met & Mt Diect Ry Co act Gould v Birmingham, Dudley & DisFresh & anr (exors) v Allen app of plts from jadgt of Me Jastice Mathew at wits
trict Banking Co Bot 'rial in Middle-ex' without a jury May 27
Barnard v Hoare a t wits
To be continued.
Ryder v Auders act
Non-witness Causes, Adjourned Sam. (To be continued.)
Hubman v Hughes act w ts
monses and Special Cases. FROM ORDERS MADE ON INTERLOCUTORY MOTIONS IN THE
Sampson v Streatham & Genl Estate Io re Toompson's Settlement Bishop
Cold act wits
v Shepherd Ex parte plt adj sums
Clarke v Lane 1887.
la re L Harbord & Patent Desigas &c Penon v Cutfield MA Trower (extrix) v Law Life Aseco Soo app of plt from Justicos Day and
la re Hollingbourne Paper Co, 1d (Har
bour's claim) adj sums 28 Jult, 1886) restored by order
la re Furber Rouke v Bla ady act Justi se v Fooks act Fooks v Barton Ongles & Co v Local Board of Chatham app of dft from jdgt of Justicos
Bowden v Bwyer aot & tj
adj su 08 Mathew and Cave on special case as to liabili:y subject to assessmeat of
Edisja & Swan &o Co v Holland act In re Withers, dec Withers v Withers megos July 1
Mlvard v Jackson act & fj
adj sums Pickering v North Eastero Rg Co app of plt from Ju-tices Field and Wills on
Bollinger v Duon & Duncan åst mits In re Jonas, dec Daniel v Daniel adj appln for new trial, setting aside verdict and jdyt-action tried by Nr Justice
Sawkins v Hawkias mij Hawk do at Maoch ster with a jury July 7
lo re W Moss Lloyd's, Baraett's & Levy v The Abercorris Slate and Slab Stepheds v Harris & C app of plt from the Lord Caief Justice and Mr Justice
Bosa aquet's Bk v Moss act
Cold mfj Pay on appln for now trial, setting aside Vordict and jdgt-action triei by Mr
Biisat v Falkner
Ashendea v Jones act Justice Cuve at Darham wi h a jury July 7
Mo rs v Partridge not wits
Tyler v Bank of Eagland at I tomes y Owen app of dft from Justices Mathew and Csve refusing new trial Cutford y Cliff act w.ts
Percin , Perrin mij action tried by MiMcIntyre, QC, as Commissioner at Anglesey with a jure la re London Celluloid Co & Ci's Asts lo re TC Clarke's Estate Bantoft v July 8
Aylward (construction) adj anns Fiulaj v Chirary & anr app of defts from order of Justices Field and Wills for
Quant v Eastwood act wits
In re G Wood's Estate Short v Wood Dew trial-action tried by Mr. Justice Cave at Northumberland July 14 Waite y Peto Bros act wits
(gift or loan) adj amns The Qzren v Poulter & or: (Q B Crown Side) app of the London, Tilbury and Booker v Rollinson act wits
In re Galland, dec Lidiard v Galliad Southend Ry Co from th, Lord Chief Justice and Mr Justice Denmaa dis
Honsom v Virtue act wits
(Orier 55) adj sm as charging rule nisi for certiorari for inquisition July 14
Madle v Van act wits
Io re Wm Weg moth's Estate WenIn re an application by the Rev J Bell Cox to the Queen's Bench Division for a
la re Maxwell Mitchell v Maxwell act muth v Wen noth adj sum (ord 55) writ of habeas corpus app of J Hokes from order of the Lord Chief Justice Vickery v Mayor, &c, of Folkestono In re Lord De Tabley's Settlement and Mr Jus ice A L Smith for discharge from custody July 15
(coostructiun) adj su uns Bait v Gooch & aor app of plt (in forma pauper 8) from order of Justices
Iodia Rabber, &c, Co v Healey's Tele Io re Orieatal Bank Ex pte Official Denman and Matbew for new trial-action tried by Mr Justice Grovo with
grapb, &, Co act wits
Liquidator adj sans special jury July 19
Watson v Smith act wito
In re Oriental Bank Espte Oriental Armour v Mur boll app of deft from Justices Madisty and Wills affirming Talman v Lowe act wits
Back Esta es Co, ld adj sumos refusal 10 stay action as contrary to Building Societies' Act, 1874 July 22 Butcher v Galmoyo act wits
Sutton v Town adj smns (To be continued.)
Dyır v Wilkinson aot wits
Ward v Royal Exchange Shipping Co Armstrong v Hall ac: wits
Bora (tradiog, &c) v Parker Bros act ln re Mary Wildo's Estate Wilder HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.
Salt adj smas
Cuctis & Harvey v Chilworth Gun Lawson v Quare act
powder Co, ld act wits
Io ra Plymouth Working Men's Equit. Causes for Trial or He-ring.
To be continued.
able Load Soc adj smas
In re Thurabill's Estate Thornhill v (Set down to Saturday, October 15, inclueive.) Motions, Petitions, and Short Causes will be takon on the usual days, as stated Further Considerations.
Nixon adj sons
Richar1 in bo Trinity Sitiogs Paper.
Brown y Burdett fo
In re Jas Walker's Estate
Walker v Archer aoj smas Ca 18e with aod witbout Witnesses will be taken by Mr. Justice Kay on Humphreys v Ratfety fo
In re Jas Walker's Estats John the usual Cause days ia the order as they stand in the Caase Book.
la re Led Loe v Pope fo
Walker v Archer adj smas Mr. Justice Coitty will take Witness Causes on the following days, viz. : la ro Parker Parker v Baxter fo
la re Jao E Cox's Trusis Expte E Nov 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, and Dec 1.
Cox's Legacy a lj sumos Mr Justice North will take Witness Causes on the following days:-Oct 31, Adjourned Summonses.
Rock v Purssell adj smos Ny 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, und 17.
Ia re Cotton Fenaemora v Nicholls
Wallis to Concarnen & V & P Act Mr. Justice s'irling will take 'Witness Actions on days to be named by his la re Martin's Will re Trollope's Will
adj smes Lurdsbịp; bis Lorderip will sit in Chambers every Monday doriog the Sittings Jarvis v Martia M. Justice Kekowich will take Witne88 Cau338 Avery day, ia the order as they In re Branksea Island Co, id & Co's Kennedy v Ortelli act 1887– K-153
Kennedy v Ortelli act 1886 -K-1011 ad in the Cause Bjok. See Note on Sittiogs Paper as to Liverpool and Man Acts
Mawer v Harston Jenkias y Newbold ch sier District Registry Business.
la re B.it.sh Enpirs M stoh Co, id &
COD acts Adjourned Eummonses will b; taken as follows :-Mr. Justice Kay, on Co's Acts
Read v Gowland adj smns (1) Fridays and Saturdays; Mr. Justice Chitty, with Noa-Witness Actions, except
Read v Gowland adj smas (2) Po cedure Sammonses, which (if any) are taken overy Sa'urday; Mr. Justice
Before Mr. Justice CHITTY. lo re CG J Silva's Estate Shepherd Siiling, on Fridays and Saturdays.
Causes for Trial (with witnesses) v Royal Medical College la re Le N.B. - Mr. Justice North will take Adjourned Sammonses as follows:-Claus
Goyt, infants adj smas 2:, wth Motions, on Fridays ; Classes II. and III., in the Non-Witness Liet; Hopkinson v Peruvian Guano Co
Matthews v O'Dowd adj smas (i) Ca-slV., 09 Fridays and Satarduys. For dosription of exoh Class seo notice (restored, but not till further order
Matthews v O'Duwd adj smos (2) issued by his Lordship's Chief Clerko, date: May 1, 1884.
or consent of partie) Before Mr. Justice KAY. Rawlingon v Mullens at (restured) Baroness Wenlock v Ryder act (trans. Lewis v Ramsdale adj smas
lo re Civil Service & General Store ld Call:es for Trial (with witnesses and
ferred frou Q B Div) Lowther v Curwen act wits
Ex parte Sales, Pollard & Co without witnesses). Kirby v Freeman act wits
Reynoldo y Norris act (rastorel)
Earlich v Iblee & anr
lo re Jacob Hodgson's Estate, Abbutt
v Hodgson adj sams Edeo v Weardale Iron Cu, ld act wits Venn v Hendriks act wits
Anderson In re Thomas Hollinshead's Estate, Ecclesiastical Comars v Sir W Eden Elmore v Pirrie act wits
Attorney-Gen v Anderson act wits
Hollinshead v Webster adj sums Atkinson v Same act wits
v Hawkins claim and counter claim
In re City of Chester Benefit Bldg Soo In re Grant Grant v Beddel adj sams Maitland v Philpot 2nd fur con
Before Mr. Justice KEKEWICH. (as to rights of members) adj sumns Thomas v Thomas act
In re Marquis of Anglesey Skinner v Causes for Trial (with witnesses).
To be continued.
London, Chatham, & Dover Ry Co v
In re Williams Andrews v Williams In re Harvey Harvey v Lambert act Before Mr. Justice North, In re Wilson Alexander v Calder fur
(aot before 15 Nov) Causes for Trial (with witnesses). COD
Verney v Thomas act (restored) In re Mille Mills v Mills fur con
Street v Guardians of Hambledon Union Ncad v Leir act In re Stott Stott v Goodall fur oon
aot Walker v James act (revived)
To re Burgess George v Stothard
Alexander v London Founders Assocn, act Pearson v Dangerfield fur con
In re Fryer Ellis v Fryer
Williams v Neath Canal Navigation Barber v Helliwell act
la re Sills Saul v Sills
Proprietors act and counter clam Ruthven v Ruthven act Pressley v Hodgson act
Robins v Robins
Transferred from Justicos Chitty, Morley v Lythall act
Io re Sebright, Bart, and Sottled Land In re Peache Shepherd v Thorpe Brown v Clark Act
NORTH, & STIRLING, for Trial or Aot Short v London & Westminster Bk ld
Salwey v Salwey pt hd (restored) Hearing only — by Order, dated
In re Wilton & Sons, solrs (taxation) Freke v Houseman act
Eady v Eidy act
In re Moone Moone v Moone act Helliwell v Barker act
In re Peace & Ellis, &o (Taxation) Stevens v MoMillian (restored) Bruvet v Burlet act
Tennant. W v La Claude Hamilton act Syer v Gladetone (paymt of interest) In re Whitehouse Whitehouse Lands Allotment Cold v London &
V Earl of Darnley v LC&D Ry Co act
(not before 2 Nov)
Clay v Brachen act
Earl Sydney v Lowe act
In re A W Hall & Co & Co's Acts Lovejoy v Downes act
In re De la Rue Cumming v Marshall Baxter v Harfield & Co act
Transferred from Justices North, Song act
dington In re Ellis Jones Jones v Evans act Pilley v Land Investment Co, id In re Corsellis Lawton v Elwes
CHITTY, and STIRLING, for Trial or Rickaby v Rickaby act In re Bowes Earl of Strathmore v Battyo v Cail
Hearing only-by Order dated 14th Vane
June 1887. Wright'v Shrub act
Battye v Cail
A G Kurta & Co v Peter Speace &
To be continued.
To be continued.
Causes for Trial (with Witnesses).
Grimmer v Chapman
WINDING UP NOTICES.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, October 14. sumos
Lumley v Haines act
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
Brooking v Mandelay, Sons & Field Oct. 14, directed to be heard before North, J., on Saturday, Oct. 29. Row. Blundell v De Falba act act
cliffe, Rawle, & Co., Bedford row, agents for Addleshaw & Warburton, Man. In re Vickers Vickers v Vickers adj Stanmore v Mont Dore, of Bourne chester, solor for petners Bumns mouth & petn
BRADFORD DISTRICT STEAM TRAMWAYS, LIMITED.-By an order made by Charles,
J., dated Oct. 5, it was ordered that the Tramways be wound up. Harper & In re Southerton Wright v Everall Croslegh v Dando act
Battock, Rood lane, solors for petners adj sumns Roots v Williamson act
BRITISH AND COLONIAL AGENCY. LIMITED. - The Vacation Judge has fixed ThurgIn re J Baker Jobëson v Baker adj | MacIver v Maclver act
day, Oct. 27, at 11, at the chambers of Chitty, J., for the appointment of an sumos
Insole v Mayor, &c, of Cardiff act official liquidator In re J Baker Siemey v Baker Moore v Tylee act
FARMER, ROBEY, BROWN, & Co, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented Oct In re Bettesworth, Bettes worth V In re S England Burns v Pavey act
12, directed to be heard before Stirling, J., on Saturday, Oct 29. Miles, King Richer adj sums Ia re S England Burns v Pavey
st, Cheapside, agents for Grange & Wintringham, Gt Grimsby, solors for
petners In re Haigh, Stephons v Leoh mere adj question of law (to co ne on together RAILWAY DEBENTURE STOCK AND MORTGAGE CORPORATION, LIMITED.—By an sum by orde.
order of Charles, J., dated Oct 5, it was ordered that the corporation be wound In re Houghton, Mortimer v Caird adj Knaresborough, &c, Building Co v up. Whitfield, Finsbury pavement, solor for petner
SILVER QUEEN UNITED LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, dated Oct 10, directed to In re F Allen & Sons & TM Acts adj Anglo-American Brush C. v Edison &
be heard before Kay, J., on Oct 29. Whitfield, Finsbury pavement, solor for
petner sum8 Swan & Co act
UNION MATCH CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented Oct 11, directed In re Treffry, Treffry v Treffry arj Anglo-American Brush Co v Edison &
to be heard before North, J., on Saturday, Oct 29. Bradley, Mark lane, solor BUMS Swan &c Co act
for petner In re Griffio, Buckell v Smith adj sums | Wheatley v Freeman act
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, Oct. 18.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. In re Holbech, Markbam v Holbech In re Rothwell's Patent, &o Poto
BALFOURS & CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented Oct. 12, directed to adj sums
(wi's list by order) Welis v Holton mij
be heard before Kay, J., on Oct 29. Francis & Johnson, Austin friars, solors Sobnson y Duffeld act
for petner In re La Fargue, Heath v Hinder adj Crosti v Ferreira act
CONDENSED WORT AND BREWING MEAL CO, LIMITED.-The Vacation Judge has Crosti v Ferreira act
fixed Thursday, Oct 27, at 12, at his chambers, for the appointment of official lo re Nelson, Lane v Holland adj sums Tarn y Turner act
liquidator In re M Wyatt Wyatt v Phear adj
MEDICAL DEFENCE UNION, LIMITED.-Peta for winding up, presented Oct 14, To be continued.
directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Oct 29. Yeilding & Co, Vincent sq,
Westminster, solors for petners In re M Wyatt Furnios v Phear adj Causes for Trial (without witnesses). MINING SECURITIES AND INVESTMENT TRUST, LIMITED.-By an order made by
In re Croome Croom. V Croome Charles, J., dated Oct 8, it was ordered that the trust be wound up. Maddi. In re Holt, Riches v Jope adj su r8 (points of law set down by order,
sons, King's Arms yd, solors for the petner In re Nelson, Brett v Nelson adj sumy 19 July, 1887)
MOREWOOD & Co, LIMITED.-By an order made by Charles, J, datel Oct 12, it In re Vicat Robinson v Vicat adj smps Bacon v Camphausen act
was ordered that the company be wound up. Dawes & Sons, Angel ct, ThrogIn re Malet Malet v Malet adj sums
morton st, solors for petner In re Meyvell Jackson v Locke adj sums
Holmes v Meynell | NEW HOLLINGBOURNE PAPER MILLS CO, LIMITED.-The Vacation Judge has issue of fact
fixed Oct 28, at the chambers of North, J., at 12, for the appointment of an In re Shore Chaffey y Shore act Molver y Hill act
official liquidator In re Hay Hay v Neville adj sums Booth v Shaw
In re Wailes Wailes v Wailos special Rossa GRANDE GOLD MINING CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented Aug act case (restored)
6, directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on Saturday, Oct 21. A'Beckett & Co, In re Hatton Robson v Panington Rollit v London Aesce act
Laurence Pountney lane, solors for petner adj sums
SCHOONER POND COAL CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented July 30, In re Taylor Hughes v Bewley act In re Spooner Spooner v Spooner adj Ashton v Chenery act
directed to be heard before North, J., on Saturday, Oct 29. Harper & Batt
cock, Rood lane, solors for petner
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED.
BRITISH EQUITABLE ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Bricklayers'
Arms, Old Kent rd. Oct 14
EVENING STAR LODGE, GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, Bull Inn, soms
Jenkins v Jackson
Nelson, Lancaster. Oct 14
FRIENDLY BENEFIT SOCIETY, Globe Inn, Wellingborough, Northampton. Oct 14 In re Bdie & Brown & V & P Act, Maucauley Hartley v Maucauley mfj
GLANAU IFOR FRIENDLY SOCIETY, Glan Moelyn, Llanrug, Carnarvon. Oct 14 Halsekopf v Hutchinson mfj
LOYAL EVANUS SOCIETY, Anchor Inn, Neath, Glamorgan, Oct 14 1874 adj sums
LOYAL BOUGHTON LODGE, GRAND UNITED ORDER OF ODD FELLOws, Red Lion Porritt v Walk-r act &mfj lo re Hunt Gowing v Gillham adj
Hotel. Pontardulais, Carmarthen. Oct 14
LOYAL VINE OF LOREK LODGE, Bee Hive Inn, Rochdale, Lancaster. Oct 14, In re Phillips Phillips v Allen adj In re Wood Wood v Wood fur con
PRINCE OF ORANGE BENEFIT SOCIETY, St James Schoolroom, St James rd, Liver& 2 sumns
WHITCHURCH WORKING MEN'S 81CK BENEFIT SOCIETY, Crown and Thistle Inn,
Whitchurch, Buckingham. Oct 14