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and in the course of his remarks said that the fourth rule in Edwards v. partiality and independence. His judgments were never questioned on Edwards was overruled by O'Mahoney v. Burdett, and that, as there was no the ground of prejādice or bias, their legal soundness stood the test of express direction to distribute in the present case, he must decide in appellate supervision. He discharged efficiently the duties of a judge in favour of the Preston Society, that the fund, including the accrued share, two counties where parties are sharply divided, and he enjoyed the con; would pass to C. and D.
fidence of all who had business in his court. His loss will be regretted April 1-Chairman, Mr. W. P. Park, J.P.-After the minutes of the
in the counties in which he administered justice.”
Mr. ARTHUR CARPENTER, solicitor (of the firm of Makinson & Carthat there were eight for the negative and five for the affirmative. Secretary to the Law Association, in succession to his father, the late Mr.
LIVERPOOL LAW STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION.- April 4-Chairman, Mr. R. N. Alfred Benjamin Carpenter. Mr. a. Carpenter was admitted a solicitor
Marshall), of Halifax, has been elected President of the Halifax Incor.
Mr. Louis RoUILLARD, barrister, has been appointed Procureur and decided in the negative by a majority of nine. There were twenty-eight second son of Mr. John Rouillard, of Mauritius, and was born in 1837.
Advocate-General for the Colony of Mauritius. Mr. Rouillard is the members present.
He was educated at King's College, London, and he was called to the bar at Lincoln's-inn in Michaelmas Term, 1858.
Mr. RICHARD MALE, solicitor (of the firm of Morgan & Male), of Town
Hall-chambers, Pontypridd, has been appointed a Commissioner to LEGAL NEWS.
administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature. Mr. Male was
admitted a solicitor in 1880. OBITUARY.
Mr. J. HERBERT Tes, solicitor (of the firm of Ashley, Tee, & Sons), of 7, Mr. John YEOMANS, solicitor, town clerk of Sheffield, died at St. Frederick’s-place, Old Jewry, E.C., and Loughton, Essex, has been apLeonards on the 8th inst. from congestion of the lungs, after a short pointed Clerk and Solicitor to the newly-formed Loughton School Board. illness. Mr. Yeomans was the eldest son of Mr. John Yeomans, of Shef. | Mr. Tee was admitted a solicitor in 1880. field, and was born in 1821. He served his articles with Mr. John Dixon, of Sheffield. He was admitted a solicitor in 1844, and he had practised for
Mr. WAPLES CANWARDEN, solicitor, of 54, Jewia-street, Aldersgateother forty years at Sheffield. He was formerly in partnership with Mr. street, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Francis Hoole, but for several years he had practised alone. In 1859 he Supreme Court of Judicature. was elected town clerk of the borough of Sheffield, and he held that Mr. SEPTIMUS Scott, solicitor, of Tynemouth, has been appointed Clerk office until his death. Mr. Yeomans had come to London for the purpose to the Tynemouth Board of Guardians and Superintendent Registrar for of attending the passing through Parliament of the Sheffield Water the Tynemouth District. Bill. He caught cold, and went to the seaside for change of air, but he became rapidly worse, and died on Good Friday. Mr. Yeomans had been mouth, and North Shields, has been appointed Assistant Clerk to the
Mr. AUGUSTUS WHITEHORN, solicitor, of Newcastle-upon Tyne, Tyne. for several years a widower, and he leaves two sons and two daughters.
Tynemouth Board of Guardians and Clerk to the Tynemouth Assessment Mr. HENRY Downe BARTON, solicitor, of Exeter, died on the 15th inst., Committee, School Attendance Committee, and Rural Sanitary Authority. in his eighty-sixth year.
Mr. Barton, who was one of the oldest solicitors in Devonshire, was born in 1802. He was admitted a solicitor in 1823, Atkinson), of 33, Gracechurch-street, has been appointed a Commis
Mr. PERCY HERBERT ATKINSON, solicitor (of the firm of Terrell & having served his articles in the office of Messrs. Terrell, Barton, & Smale, sioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Court of Judicature. of Exeter, to whom the present Mr. Justice Field was afterwards articled. Mr. Barton afterwards became a member of the firm, but for the last few The Right Hon. ROBERT BOURKE, barrister, Governor of Madras, who years he had practised alone. He was a perpetual commissioner for Devon has been created Baron Connemara, is the third son of the fifth Earl of 1835, on the passing of the Municipal Corporations Act, he was appointed Dublin. He was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in Michaelmas flerk to the magistrates for the city of Exeter, and he held that office till Term, 1852, and he formerly practised on the South Wales and Chester
Circuit and at the Parliamentary Bar. He was elected M.P. for Lynn in Mr. HENRY SMITH LAWFORD, solicitor (of the firm of Lawford, Water,
the Conservative interest in 1868, and he was Under-Secretary of State house, & Lawford), of 28, Austin Friars, died at Brighton on the 22nd
for Foreign Affairs from February, 1874, till April, 1880, and from July, ult, in his seventy-second year. Edward Lawford, of Beckenham, and was born in 1815. He was educated Mr. Lawford was the eldest son of Mr. 1885, till January, 1886. He became a Privy Wouncillor in 1880, and he
was appointed Governor of Madras about six months ago. Lord Conneat Eton and at Christ's College, Oxford. He was admitted a solicitor in
mara is a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant for Haddingtonshire.
Mr. ALFRED SYRETT, solicitor (of the firm of Johnston, Farquhar, & about ten years ago he retired on account of ill-health. He was for many Leech), of Moorgate station buildings, 45, Finsbury-pavement, London, we have associated in partnership with Mr. James William Waterhouse, has been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme who is steward of the manor of Stepney, and with Mr. Godfrey. He had Court of Judicature. a considerable Privy Council business, having been for several years solicitor to the Secretary of State for India, and he was also solicitor to
Mr. Joseph PEARCE, solicitor, of 39, Essex-street, Strand, London, has the Drapers' Company. Mr. Lawford was married to the daughter of Court of Judicature.
been appointed a Commissioner to administer Oaths in the Supreme Ir. Launcelot Holland, of Beckenham, and he leaves four sons and
THOMAS Down PettiveR, FREDERICK ARTHUR FOSTER, and WILLIAM camerges, Dublin. He was called to the bar at Dublin in 1891.; and Trinit? HENRY Pertiver, solicitors' (Pettiver, Foster, & Pettiver), of 26, Collegeof qualueen’s Counsel in 1868. "He had been for several years thairman street, London, and 51, Haymarket.' So far as regards the said William Armauarter sessions and judge of countge courts for the areounties of Henry Pettiver. April 7.
[Gazette, April 15.] Armagh and Louth. Mr. Gamble was a magistrate for King's County solicitors (Learoyd, Piercy, & Simpson), Huddersfield
SAMUEL LEAROYD, J. W. PIERCY, and THOMAS STEPHENSON SIMPSON,
So far as and the counties of Dublin and Louth. He was a member of the Irish John William Piercy is concerned. April 15. Church Synod, and on the 19th inst., while addressing a meeting of that body, he fell down in a fainting fit, and died in a few minutes from
WILLIAM MORGAN and ARTHUR CLIFFORD PODMORB, solicitors (Morgan & disease of the heart. The Daily Express says, with reference to the
Co.), Stafford. March 31, 1886.
[Gazette, April 19.]
The report of the Land Commission for England for 1886 states that the (part heard Feb 2, 1886, by Master of Rolls. Lords Justicas Lindley & L)pes number of cases disposed of in various departments of the commission was so for engineer to report-report filed—8 o till appla made to restore). 1,444 and of fresh applications 1,383, while no fewer than 34,000 letters Societe Generale de Paris v Dreyfus Bros & Co app of defte Dreyfas Bros & Co, and documents were received.
from order of Mr. Justice Pearson, dated 26 Maroh 1885 April 1 (30, June 13)
1886. According to the 34th report of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, just issued, the board made 377 orders last year for the In re W Coulton, dec Hamling v Elliott app of J B Green & aar from order of appointment or removal of trustees, for the establishment of schemes for Mr Justice Pearson, dated 12 April, 1886 (restored by order) the regulation of charities, or for vesting their real estate.
Jones v Powell (construction) sop of H J Jones from part of order of Me
Justice Chitly, dated 10 Aug, 1886 Aug 27 Joseph Edward Curteis, solicitor and ex-clerk to the East Stonehouse
In re Herbert H Sugg, dec Sugg v Sugg app of dfts from jdgt of Mr Justice Local Board, who absconded from Plymouth in September last, leaving
Stirling, dated 1 July, 1886 Dec 7 behind him defalcations in the local board accounts of nearly £15,000, and Lever & Co v Goodwin Bros app of dfts from jdgt of Mr Justice Chitty, dated who was arrested at Calcutta on New Year's Day, was committed for trial Dec 2, 1886 Dec 14 on Wednesday on eleven charges of forgery, two of embezzlement, and Frail Tull & anr app of dft H G Chandless from jdgt of Mr Justice Kekowich, one of larceny.
dated 17 Nov, 1886 Dec 14
Waddell v Fane app of A J Russell & ors from refusal of mota by Mr Justice At the Clerkenwell Police-court, on Wednesday, Frederick Holland, of
North, dated 26 Nov, not to draw up order on far oon Dec 16 Beech-street, Barbican, was summoned at the instance of the Incorporated Bircoe Jackson app of Attorney-Gen from order of Me Justice Kay, dated Aug Law Society for that he did on November 5 and 13 wilfully and falsely
9, 1886, refusing to vary Chief Clerk's Certifionte Sept 2 pretend to be a solicitor, contrary to the statute. Mr. Humphreys pro: Biscoe v Jackson app of afts Rachel Atkinson, widow, and ora from order of secuted, and Mr. Swaine defended. It appeared from Mr Humphreys? Mr Justice Kay, dated Nov 9, 1886 Dec 17 opening statement and the evidence for the prosecution that in June last In re the Eberhardt Cold and Co's Acts app of E H Tamplia and ors exor 8 of the defendant called upon James Betteridge, a greengrocer, of Liverpool. R Towne, from refusal of Mr Jastioe Kay, dated Nov 30, 1886 Doc 17 road, Islington, who wished to eject a tenant named Smith from a house In re Chas Muffett, dec Jones v Maron app of plts from rofusal of Mr Justice he owned. He said that he had been told Betteridge wanted legal assist
Chitty, dated Nov 29, to vary Chief Clerk's Certificate Dec 21
Hall v Bromley app of plts from jdgt of Mr Justice Kekovich, dated Dec 18, ance, and he was prepared to carry out the ejectment proceedings. From
1886 Dec 21 what he said, Betteridge was led to suppose that the defendant was a
Harris v Brooke app of dfts from jdgt of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated Deo
Various legal solicitor, and he at once paid him a guinea on account.
1886 Dec 30 proceedings followed, and Betteridge paid to the defendant in all £18. The Francis y Willson app of plt from order of Mr Justice Kay, dated D20 11, disparticular offences charged against the defendant were that he received
charging order for foreclosure Dec 31 £1 10s. from Betteridge on November 5 and £2 on November 13, which lo re Elizabeth Douglas, dec Obert v Barrow app of dft from order of Mr Justice Betteridge now said he paid in the belief that the defendant was a solici. Kay on far ood, dated 4 Aug, 1886 Jan 7 tor. It was further said that the proceedings proved abortive-in fact, Mr. Jones y Baldock app of dft William Rathbone from jagt of Mr Justice Chitty, Humphreys said, the action was premature, and in settlement of the pro dated 22 July, 1886 Jan 8 ceedings Betteridge had to pay some $23. Mr. Swaine, in defence, said In re W Nation, dec Nation v Hamilton app of plt from jdgt of V C Buco),
dated 20 Jan, 1886 Jan 20 the defendant had acted throughout as a solicitor's clerk, he being in the employment of a solicitor, who really had carried out the proceedings. Mathers Lake app of aft w Lake from order of Me Justice Kay, datel 25
Nov, 1886, on summons to vary Chief Clerk's Certificate Jan 20 Mr. Hosack remarked that he had never said so to Betteridge. Had he
Thomas v Doughty app of dft from jdgt of Mr Justice Pearson, dated 16 Marcb, done so he would have acted legally. Mr. Henry Hand then went into
1886 Feb 2 (Security ordered 2 March) the witness-box for the defence. He said he was a solicitor, but was not Price v Brisco app of plt frum order of Mr Justice Kay on fur con, dated 9 Dec, now in practice. He produced his certificate for 1886. During last year 1886 Feb 5 the defendant was in his employment. In June the defendant introduced Murzlers (exors) v Chappell app of exors of Chappell from order of Mr Justice the case of Betteridge v. Smith, and although he left the witness's service in Chitty, dated 19 Nov, 1886, diwallowing items in acco ant Fab 5 the following September he carried out the proceedings to the end. The Readdy v Pendergast app of plc from jdgt of Mr Justice Kekewich, dated 1 De ', defendant was now in the employment of another solicitor. Mr. Hosack
1886 Feb 10 imposed a fine of £5 in each case. — Times.
In re The Northumberland Avenue Hotel Co_1d (Fox, Braithwaite and Sally':
Claim) app of plts from refusal of Mr Justice Chitty, dated 25 Jan, 1887
Feb 14 la re Hodson & Howes Contract (Freebold House at Hornsey) V & P Act, 1874,
& Cony Act, 1881 app of W Hodson from order of Mr Justics North, dated 9
Feb, 1887 Feb 17
In ro Prince Batthyany-Strattman, dec Batthyany-Strattman v Walford & ors
app of dft Anna Smith from jdgt of V C Bacon, dated 12 Aug, 1886 Feb 19
Keily v Stevens & ore app of oft L B Stevens from order of Mr Justice Chitty ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON
on fur con, dated 13 Deo, 1886 Feb 21 Date.
APPEAL COURT APPEAL COURT Mr. Justice Mr. Justice Allcard v Skinner app of plt from judgt of Mc Justice Kekewich, dated 31 Jan
1887 Feb 22 Mon., April 25 Mr. Beal Mr. Carrington Mr. Godfrey Mr. Pugh Nathan Newman & Co v Pinto & Sons app of dfts from judgt of Mr Justice Tuesday
In re Avery's Patent, No. 6938, A D. 1885, and Trade Marks Act, 1883 Friday
plts from refusal of Mr Justice Stirling, dated 23 Feb, 1887, to revoke reept Saturday... 30 Ward
Lindsay's Patent Feb 23
20 Mr. Pemberton Mr. Jackson Mr. Ward Tuesday
FROM THE QUEEN'S BENCH AND PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND
ADMIRALTY (ADMIRALTY) DIVISIONS.
Henderson Bros y Mersey Dock Harbour Board app of dfts from jdzt of M!
Justice Mathew at trial in Middlesex (0 a v Jan 22--present Master of Rolls &
Lords Justices Bowen and Fry)
Baroness Wenlock & aar v River Dee Co appl of defis from jadgt of Baroa SPECIAL NOTICE.-Queen's Bench Final Appeals in Court I., and Chancery
Huddleston at trial (pt hd 9 May, 1883, by Master of Rolls and Lords Justices Appeals (General List) in Court II., will be taken on the usual days during Cotton and Bowen - $ 0 till appla to restore on report of special referee Easter Sittinge.
Brocklebank & anr v Lancashire & Yorkshire Ry Co app of plts from judgt of Queen's Bench Interlocutory Appeals in Court I., and Chancery Interlocutory Appeals in Court II., will be taken on the firet day of the Sittin 38, possibly in
Me Justice Lopes at trial at Liverpool (heard July 26, 1886, by Master of Rolls Court I., on the second day (Wednesday), and afterwards as usual, overy
and Lorde Justices Bowen & Frg-reference to Master to tax costs on contract
-restored by order) Wednesday, during the Sittings. Bankruptcy Appeals also, as usual, on Fridays
1886. in Court I.
Appeals from the Lancaster Palatine Court (if any), which have been passed Attorney Gen v The Welsh Granite Co, id & ors (Q B Revenue Side) apote over in the General List, will be taken in Court il. on Thursday, April 21st, and Thursday, May 5th.
of information June 8 (8 O till appln to restore). The Admiralty Appeals (with Assessors) will be taken in Court I. on days to be
Oppert Beaumont & anr app of pit from judgt of Lord Justice Pry at trial in specially appointed by the court.
The United Kingdom Matual steamship Insce Assoc, la v Novill app of ples APPEALS FOR HEARING. (Sot down to Wednesday, April 13th, inclusive.)
Messenger v Messenger app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice A L Smith at trial
at Carlisle Nov 11 FROM THE CHANCERY DIVISION, THE PROBATE, DIVORCE AND ADMIRALTY
Hunt, The Paddington Vestry app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Denman at DIVISION (PROBATE AND DIVORCE), AND THE COUNTY PALATINE AND STANNARIES COURTS. Pickering v Carter app of deft from judgt of Mr' Justice Wills at triel in For Hearing.
Middlesex Nov 20 (General List.)
Roid y The Explosives Co id app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Manlety at 1885 Long Camoys y Mayor, &o of Burslem appl of plta from judg of V C Bacon
Barnett, Hɔares, & Co v Soutá London Tramwaya Co App of pits from judgt
of Mr Justice Field at trial in Middlesex Nur 20
Gapp v Bond app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Mathew at trial in Middlesex
Before Mr. Justice Kay.
Sons mfj (treated as action for
Causes for Triel (with witnesses and trial, by order)
Johnstone v Newfoundland Guano Co Mr Justice Mathew at trial in Middlesex Deo 4
In re Meyrick Hartmann Gilletí v
Gardner v Titley act
Selwyn v Garfit act wits
Hope-Johnstone v Jervis act Seton, Laing, & Co v Lafone app_of deft from judgt of Mr Justice Depman at
Eden v Weardale Iron Co, ld act wits
Morol Brog v Je vis act trial in Middlesex with a jury Deo 9
Ecolesiastical Commrs v Sir W Eden
Morel Bros v Jervis act
In re Hughes, deo Vibart v Vibart
Wiater v Iod Coope & Co act wits
adj sam with wits_by order Sobulze & Co v The Great Eastern Ry Co app of dfts from judgt of Mr Justice In re Fox Fear v Morgan act
In re J Walker's Estate Walker v Day at trial in Middlesex Dec 21
Cresswell v Davidson act wits
Archer adj sum with wits by order Carmichael & Co v Liverpool Sailing Ship Owners Mutual Indemnity A9800. app Russell v Davies act
Ia re Oriental Bank a ljourne1 sum of of defts from judgt of Justices A L Smith & Wills on special case Dec 21 Lowther v Curwen act wits
Wm Simpson, a creditor, with wits 1887. Kirby v Freeman act wits
by order Hunt v Grost Eastern. Ry Co app of plt from judgt of the Lord Chief Justice
Tompsett v Heal act wits
In ro C Dash, dec Darley v King act at trial with a jury in Middlesex Jan 10
Mason v Westoby act
and sums in King v Darley under Turner v Wimp & anr app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Mathew at trial in
la re Stuart Mansion House Chmbre ord 55 by order
v Stuart act
Non-witness Causes, Adjourned Sumwick & anr app of defts R P Houston & Co from julgt of Mr Justice Cave at Cold act wits
monses and Special Cases. trial at Leeds without a jury Jan 13
Veon v Hendriks act wits
Penon v Cutfield mfj (SO Map 9) The Mayor, &o, of London i Blake (Surveyor of Taxos), Blake (Surveyor of Russell Lamb act animfj wits In re Hollingbourne Paper Cold (HarTexes) v The Mayor, &c, of London (Q B'Revenue Side) app of Blake from Blair v Deakin ast wits
bour's claim) adj smns (Triaity order of Justices Denman and Hawkins on case stated by Income Tax Commro Eden v Deakin act wits
Telfer v Tulferact wits
In re Neath Harbour Smelting and Pommery & anr v Apthorpe (Sarveyor of Taxes Q B Revenue Side) app of MoMenus v Cooke act wits
Rolling Works, Id & Co's Ac!8 Ex Pommery & anr from order of Justices Danman and Hawkins op case sta to Eardley v Knight at
parte Official Liquidator - again't by Income Tax Commrs Jan 17
Magnus v Queensland National Bank directors under sect 163
Sharpy v Torkington Torkington v without a jury Jan 27
Elmore v Pirrie act wits
Sharpe mfj (Trinity Sitting) Harding The Mayor, &o, of King's Lynn app of defts from judgt of Baron Atkinson y Same act wits
In re Atty's Estate Welby v Welby Pollook at trial without a jury in Middlesex Feb 8
In re Earl of Aylesford's Estate Aots (construction of will) adj smng Waller v The Northern Accident Insurance Co, id app of defts from judgt of Machell v Earl Poulett act
(under ord 55) Mr Justice Cave at trial at Newcastle-00-Tyne without a jury Feb 10
Deaman v Leach act, wits
Coates v Legard Ex pte Shafto Trust Darrant v Holdsworth & apr app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Mathew at
Ward v Chapman act wits
adj smns trial without a jury in MiddxFeb 10
In re Mary Kenyon, deo Mann v
Knapp adj smos
la re L90 L90 v Le fur coa restored Westerman v Bury & Tottington Dis-
pool &c Banking Co v Beales for In re A É Tutill's Estate Thornhill v Gribble y Brunton, Bourke & Co app of plc from judgt of Mr Justice Mathew
Bale adj sumns at trial in Middx without a jury Feb 12
lo re R Johos)0 Johoson v Hooley la re E A Tutill's Estate Thornhill v Wight v Shaw app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Dono in at trial at Croydon far con
Bale adj sumns with a jury Feb 15
la re F & J Willia ns Williams y In re Capital Fire Insco Assoc, ld aoj
In re Robert Chapman a Sulr adju
Charles v Jones far con & smns In re Spence's Metal Cold Expte
In re Robert Morton dec Morton v Mac Iver and ors v Mac Iver app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice A L Smith,
Morton adjd sumos at trial at Liverpool without a jury Feb 22
Justice y Fooks act Fooks v Burton Ship Sara (claim by master) Baker v The Owners of Sara app of afts (inter- Nicholls v Nicholls (amended) restored adjd sumn SO June 7 veners) from judgt of Mr Justice Butt, dated Feb 14, 1887 Feb 23 (without by order
Kinder v Walker act assessors)
In re Branksea Island Co & Co's Acts In re Chas Daniel's Estate Daniel v Jones v John app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Stephen, at trial at Cardiff
Gilson adjd sumns under order 55 without a jury Feb 23
Io re Howatson Patent Faraase Co, ld In re G Rutherford's Settled Estate Lishman v Christio app of plt from judgt of Mr Justice Cave, at trial at New & Co's Acts
Sattled Land Act powers of to lant castle-on-Tyne with a special jury Feb 28
In re Chas Britten's Policy Moneys, &c for life adjd sums
Walk-r y Clarke
Further Considerations. Attwells v Blows & anr app of dft Blows from jadgt of Mr Jastice Day, at trial In re Batting Richards v Partridg In ro Evan Griffiths, deo Thomas v in Middx without a jury Mar 8
Magnus v Lumley
Griffiths fur con (short)
In re The Guinea Coast Gold Mining In re Roberts, dec Roberts v Robers
In re M A Sandere, dec Sanders v
Savaga fur con
Cottrell v Holland fur con
In re T Pattisson, dec Pemberton v Pearman v Bardett. Coatts app of plt from part of judgt of Mr Justice Grove,
Before Mr. Justice CHITIY.
Pattisson far con (short) at trial as to costs Mar 15
Causes for Trial (with witnesses) In re W S Davidson, dec Davidson v Smith. Hobbs app of dft from order of Justices Cave and Wills on special case and judgt thereon Mar 17
Albery v Broadbent mij pt hd with
Farquhar far con (short), wits by order
In re J Skitt, dec Skitt v Skitt fur coa Randall v New Cross Publio Hall Co,
In re J E Cox, deo Cox v Norton fur
Ind, New Cross Pablic Hall Co, Ind,
v Randall, Morton v Randall claim
In re Charles Brittain, deo Brittain v
Brittain fur con
Baroness Wenlock v Ryder act (trans. In re Jas Aequith, deo Asquith v (Set down to Wednesday, April 13th, inclusive.) Motions, Petitions, and Short Causes will be taken on the usual days, as statel
ferred from Q B Div) Trinity Sittings In re Michael Walker, deo Curdeux v
Asquith (Dewsbury) fur con (abort)
Walker fur con
Brough v Dando act
In re R W Etzensberger, dec Ellis v the usual Cause days in the order as they stand in the Canse Book.
Etzensberger fur con
In re Witherden, deo
Threlfall v Cottrill fur con
Grummant v Robbins act & mfj
Before Mr. Justice Noktu.
Causes for Trial (with witnesses). Mr. Justice Stirling will take Witness Causes on the ordinary Canse days uatil
Belfrage v Lindsay act further order; his Lordobip will sit in Chambers on every Monday during the
Kelly v Kelly act
In re Millichamp Goodale y Ballock Wood v Harris act
Blake v Tyerman act
Whitaker y Jeakes act
Barber v Helliwell act
Mellor v Thomson ant (in camera)
Walker v James act
In re G Morrison, deo Morrison V Rich ardeon v Castrey act
Morrison act not before 16 May Linnell v Ruwson act
Sharp v Gooddy, Cripps & Sons, la fouthall » Walker Act & mij
Walker v Southall act
Attorney-Gen v Anderson di with Motions, on Fridays; Classes 11. und 111., in the Non-Witness List;
Ruthven v Ruthven act
v Hawkins claim and counter olsim Miller y Jones sot
Murgatrogd v Nicholson act A G Kurtz & Co v Peter Sponce & | Pressley v Hodgson act
in the Easter Sittings Paper.
staad in the Cause Book,
Before Mr. Justice KBKEWICH. Morlay v Lythall act
In re Same (appla of Deft E. Crofton) In re Rhodes Rbod 48 v Wroefur con Brown v Clark Act In re T. Aons Aung v Clarke Guant Andrews v City Permnt Bldg Soo fur Causes for Trial (with witnesses).
Dodd y Brown act & sons Short v London & Westminster Bk ld lett v Clark
Webb v St John's Gas Co got act
Io re R. N. Cunningham & Co id &
Io re Evan Jones Jones v Willia 8
act Drage v Sir WO Harto pp act
Io re Gregson Christisou v Bolam Bailey v Bailey
Milebam v Tibbets act
In re Brisley, Fleming v Brisley Lands Allotment Cold v London & In re Gent Davis v Harris
In re Stewart, Colville v Hammond Transferred from Justices Chitty, Tilbury Ry Co aot In re J Collingo's Settlement & SL Salwey v Salwey
NORTH, & STIRLING, for Trial ir Finnis v Wilky act
Heariog only-by Order, dated Niv Horper v Sulling act & mij
In re Imperial Land Cn of Marseilles la re W H Cooper, Cooper v Cooper Holmes v Steep Grade Trams Co la & Co's Acts, 1862 & 1867
In re Wintoo, Dean ~ Winton
la re Maudsley Mzudsley Hug ei act
aot In re W Eley, one, &o.
In re E Atkinson, Hindson v Bird la re Bennett Koapp v Bennett act In re J J Faulkner, one, &c (taxn),
Garnbam v Skipper
Attorney-Gen v Met Ry Cold act lo re Knapp.
Real Property Trust ld v
In re Joon Reeder, Rawlins ~ Page Baten an v Poplar Diet Bd of Works In re W Eley, one, &c
Nandy v Morgan
Nash v Hayward act act In re E P Montaga Montagu v Hob- la re Kemp & Wyatt & V & P Act, Smetburst v Sir C. Lindsay & Co ld
act 1874 son Causts for Trial (without witnesses) In re Commercial Bank of South A us. In re G Taylor, Taylor v Taylor Met Dist Ry Co v Met Dist Joint Com
&ct and Adjourned Summonses (Classes tralia & Co's Aots
& Met Ry Co
In re Thompson, Stevens v Thompson
lo re Sidney Collard, Withall v Neame Duke of Marlborough v Equity Lw
Life & Soo act
ld & Co's Acts
Midland Ry Co v Micklethwsic aj:
Carter v Walle act In re Cobb Frost v Cobb adj smds
In re Fiske
Io re M Watson
Baker v Holden lo re Dooksey Docksey v Webb
Watson y Doc 10 Ip re Elives Frolkes v Elives adj smns Io re Sebright, Bart and Settle i Lani In re Murssy's Estate
Murray expte Jas Young
James v Pearless & Son act Goold v Crawshay act
Io re Murray's Estate Dickson V In re Barwick Corner v Stahl act
Before Mr. Justice STIRLING. Murray expte Heavysides & aor Transferred from Justises North, In re Hulton Lister v Hulton adj Causes for Trial (with Witnesses).
In ro Murray's Estate expte Jane Chitty, and STI BLING, for trial or BUMD8 Bacon v Camphansay act
hearing only-by Order, dared 2!ud Birmingham &c Building Soc v Coope Leeds Estates Building & Co v Shep- In re Pagh Bantiog v Pugh
January, 1887. mfj
Wells v Himmer act
In re Cresswell Daniel v Cress well Fraser v Province of Brescia Steain Sheppard v Gilmore act In re Jones Russell v Jones adj sm ne In re Greenhill Greenhill v Lovibond
Trams Co, ld act lo re Hoare Hoare v King adj sm de act
(The whole of the above lists are to be continued.) Imbert Terry v Carver act
Reynolds v Seeley Seeley v Reynolds
Grimmer v Chapman Hewetson V HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE-QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION, In ro Mackay Booth v Wright adj Grimmer act
The following arrangements have, by order of the Masters of the Queen's emps
Biggs v Hard Sot
Bench Division, been made for the hearing of summonses before them during
the Easter sittings-viz., in the division A to Fall applications by summons la re Bennett Chesman v Marsh In ro Gray, MoMillan v Gray act
or otherwise in actions assigned to Sir Frederick Pollock (late senior adj emne
Lound v Grimwade issue for trial Master) are to be made returnable before the Master in Chambers in the Chalk, Webb, & Co • Tendant act Miles v Fox act
division in which they are properly returnable. All applications by summons In re Craven Craven v Taylor adj Jones v Gehrke act
or otherwise in actions assigned to Master the Hon. R. Butler under these &UMDA
Lee v Neuobatel Asphalte Co, id act letters are to be made returnable before him in the O to Z division. All la re J Maas Maas v Ma98 adj sumns Wallen v Dick Neon act
applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to the late 1. re Vernon Vernon v Vernon adj Cole v Stead act
Master Romilly are to be made returnable before the Masters in Cham. Po lard v Catt act lo re Ellis Jones Jones v Evans adj Sonnenschein v Barnard and apr
bers in the division in which they are properly returnable. In the division sot
G to N all applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to sumns
Brouking v Mandelay, Sons & Field
Master Kaye are to be made returnable before him in his own rooin, No.
act I re J Emmons, Eamon8 v Emmons f o Croslogh v Dando act
181, at 11.30, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. All applications la re Robinson, Robinson y Robinson Roots v Williamson act
in actions assigned to Master Walton are to be made returnable before fciestored
In re Stothard Whitehead v Lofthouse him in his room, No. 174, at 11.30, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and lo se venciy. Watson v Blackney i c act
Fridays. All applications in actions assigned to Master the Hon. R. Butler Ashworth Munn 3rd fo and petn Maclver v MacIver act
under these letters are to be made returnable before him in chambers 0 to Z Tortured as pt bd Elwyn v Baldock act
division. O to Z division.-All applications by summons or otherwise in David v Abrabam fo In re Paine Paine v Paine act
actions assigned to Master Manley-Smith are to be made returnable before lo je Oxenbam, Ford v Oxenbam fc Birmingham, &c, Binking Co v koss In re J & R Williams, Williams v
him in his room, No. 114, at 11.30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur; 8ct Williams fc
South Wales Mineral Ry Co v Davis days. The parties concerned are to meet in the ante-room of Masters' In re Toorpe Vipont v Radcliffe für
Chambers and the summonses will be inserted in the printed list for the 000 Taylor v Salmon act
day after the summonses to be heard before the Master sitting in ChamIn re J Wardle, deo Wardle v Wardle Eves v E es act
bers, and will be called over by the attendants on the respective rooms Causes for Trial (without witnesses).
for a first and second time at 11.30, and will be dealt with by the Master love Hives Coney v Hives fur con In re Meynell Holmes v Meynell as if returnable at Chambers. lo re Daly. Daly v Daly far con issue of fact In je Ricbards Shenstone v Brook Io re Trufort Trafford v Blanc act fur oon & 3 adjd sums
Cha uberlin v Taylor act Saunders v Saunders fur con
Locke v Dunlop act
WINDING UP NOTICES.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, April 15.
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
ADAM EYTON, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented March 31, directe; to lo io Lodge Stevenson v Lodge fur In re Wailes Wailes v Wailes epel
be heard before North, J., on April 23. Miller & Miller, Sherborne lane, solors
for petpers C480 In re Oldrey Oldrey v Coles for con Mapa v Trevenen act
BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented April 13, Doucet v Geoghegan fur oop & sum Knaresborough, &c, Building Co
directed to be heard before Stirling, J., on April 23. Whitfield, Finsbury pave
ment, sol yr for petner In re Bannister Phillips y Bax fur Lechme e
DIRECT MEAT SUPPLY, LIMITED.-Creditors are required, on or before May, 16. to oon (short)
Io re Earl of Darham Earl Grey v send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, In re Gibson Gibson y Nutt fur con Earl of Durham
to Frederic George Painter, 2, Morgate st bidgs. Wednesday, May 25, at 12, Hampson v Bentley fur con In re Iofield Infiel i v Martin act
EQUITABLE PLATE GLASS INSURANCE CO, LIMITED.-Creditore are required, on
or before April 29, to send their names and address, and the particulars of (Class IV.)
their debts or claims, to James Durie Pattulo, 31, 8t & within's lane. Tuesday Boswell v Coaks (ixpte plt) Sheldon v Bayley mfj
May 10, at 12, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and Boswell v Coats (exptē J G Benyon)
RIO CARIS JET MINES CO, LIMITED.-Petn for winding up, presented April 6, Boswell v Coaks (io vary T M otrtifi In re Wood Wood v Wood fur con &
directed to be heard before Chitty, J., on April 23. Aira & Hood, Brabant ct. cate)
two smns In re Alfred Boy fus & Philip Beyfus
UNIVERSAL CONTRACT CORPORATION, LIMITED.- Petn for winding up, presented In re Berbell Bothell v Hildyard fur Jo re Portiebead Dock Undertaking,
Apı il 13, directed to be heard before North, J., on April 23. Aird & Hood, con & sms
Brabant ct, Philpot lane, solors for petners &o.pt hd Bayley v Edgaon far con
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES DISSOLVED. In re Joseph Davis's Charity, &o. In re Barker Burker v Barker fur oun
HAND-IN-HAND SOCIETY, Neville Arms. Neville st. Lambeth. April 13 Tbe Credit Foncier (f England ld v In re Blundell Blundell v Blundell fur
WORMWOOD SCRUBS AND MILLBANA PRISONS MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIETY, WormBoyse con & omni
wood Scrubs Prison. April 13
London Gazette.-TUESDAY, April 19.
THE SOLICITORS' JOURNAL,
er under the division 1
to the li ers in Chen In the diren as assigned t Tn 1201,
applications mable before
pesdays, ai Ton. R. Bote amber Ok.
others i amable here 8 and Site
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY.
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Pet April 13. Ord April 13
BRIDGE, MARTHA ANN, Bury, Dressmaker. Bolton. Pet April 13. Ord April 13 CREDITORS' NOTICES.
BRUNSDEN, HENRY, Chiseldon, Wilts, Farmer. Swindon. Pet April 13. Ord
BUSSEY, PETER, Clayton, nr Bradford, Oream Cheese Dealer. Bradford. Pet
April 12. Ord April 13
CAMPBELL, ARCHIBALD, Wapping, Wharfinger. High Court. Pet April 2. Ord
CLARKE, JAMES CARVER, Plaistow, Essex, Engineer. High Court. Pet April 18.
Ord April 13
Ord April 7
Dyson, JAMES EDWIN, Duke st, Manchester eq, Licensed Victualler. High
Court. Pet April 7. Ord April 7
April 7. Ord April 7
FISHER, WILLIAM. Burton on Trent, Nurseryman. Burton on Trent. Pet April
6. Ord April 6
FLEET, CHARLES, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, Hotel Keeper. Shrewsbury. Pet
April 7. Ord April 7
GALLON, JOHN, Newcastle on Tyne, Smith, Newcastle on Tyne. Pet April 13.
GEORGE, FRANK, Lambeth wa'k, Cbeesemonger. High Court. Pet Feb 9. Ord
GILES, CHARLES. Willesborough, Kent, out of business. Canterbury. Pet April
HITCHCOCK, ARTHUR KENYON, Gt Grimsby, Butcher. Gt Grimsby. Pet April 6 .
JENKINSON, JOHN WILLIAM, Epworth, Lincolnshire, Draper. Sheffield. Pet
April 13. Ord April 13
JUDD, ARY, Cambridge, Draper. Cambridge. Pet April 13. Ord April 18
Apru 13. Ord April 13
PAUL, WILLIAM HARVEY, Peczance, Baker. Truro. Pet April 12. Ord April 12
SAXON, THOMAS, Audenshaw, Lancashire, Grocer. Manchester. Pet April 13.
SHAND, JOHN AUCHMEDDAN BAIRD, Pump ct, Temple, Barrister. High Court.
Pet March 18. Ord April 7
SMITH, ROBERT, Wallsend. Northumberland, Joiner. Newcastle on Tyne. Pet
STODDART, ROBERT SIBSON, Caldewgate, Carlisle, Saddler. Carlisle. Pet April 13.
TOPHAM, CHRISTOPHER BRITTON, Gt Grimsby, Joiner. Gt Grimsby. Pet April
WALLACE, JAMES, Sunderland, Builder. Sunderland. Pet April 13. Ord April 13
WARD, EDWARD JOHN, Eccleshall, Staffordshire, Grocer. Stafford. Pet April 5.
WELLING. HENRY WILLIAM, High st, Poplar, Leatherseller. High Court. Pet
April 13. Ord April 13
WOODWARD, ARTHUR, Twyford st, Caledonian rd, out of employment. High
Tamplin & Co, Fenchurch st
WRIGHT, THOMAS HOLLIS, and DAVID JAMES WRIGHT, Narrow st, Limehouse,
Wharfingers. High Court. Pet April 6. Ord April 7
Price & Son, The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of March 22.
BLACK, ALEXANDER, Oxford, Agent. Oxford. Pet March 5. Ord March 19
BARRETT, HENRY, West Hanney, nr Wantage, Baker. April 26 at 11.30. Off Rec,
1. St Aidates, Oxford HOBTON, SAMUEL, Little Leigh, nr Northwich, Chester, Farmer. June 1. A &
BIRD, JAMES THOMAS, Clacton on Sea, Plumber. April 22 at 10. Townhall
BRIDGE, MARTHA ANN, Bury, Lancashire, Dress Maker, April 27 at 3. 16,
Wood st, Buitou
DALGLIESH, WALTER JAMES, Crescent rd, Alexandra Park, Wood Green.
May 12. Keeping &
Commoiseion Agent. April 22 at 11. 16 Room, 30 and 31, St Swithin's
EVANS, JOSEPH, Ashby de la Zouch, Cabinet Maker. April 22 at 2.30. Off Rec,
st James's chbrs, Derby
FISHER, WILLIAM, Hornioglow Cross, Staffordshire, Nurseryman. April 22 at MIDDLEMORE, WILLIAM, Edgbaston, Warwick. June 24. Horton & Co, Bir 3.30. Off Rec, St James's chbrs, Derby
Society, Talbot chbrs, Shrewsbury
lane, Newcastle on Tyne
Trefusis Smith & Benett, GILBERT, CHARLES THOMAS. Creffield rd, Ealing, Gent. April 22 at 11. 16 Koom,
30 and 31, St Swithio's lane SPRENT, MARY ANN, Fareham. May 31. Stening, Portsea
GILES, CHARLES, Willesborough, Kent, out of business. April 26 at 3, Off Rec THOMAS, JOHN, Cardiff, Glamorgan. May 25. Morris & Son, Cardiff
11, bank st, Ashford Parliament, st
bldngs, Brighton WOOD, JAMES, Faversham, Brewer's Storekeeper. June 1. Johnson, Faversham
HAINSWORTH, ARTAUR, Bradford, Boot Maker. April 22 at 11. Off Rec, 31,
Manor row, Bradford
HARGREAVES, John, Bradford, Wool Dealer. April 22 at 10.39. Off Rec, 31,
Manor row, Bradford
HILL, JOHN, Smethwick, Staffs, Grocer. Apr 25 at 10 45. County Court, Oldbury lishers London Gazette, 45, St. Martin's-lane, w.o. "The Gazette is published every
HILLCOAT, CHARLES HENRY, Liverpool, Mariner. Apr 29 at 3. Off Rec, 35, Vic
toria st, Liverpool
LAWRENCE, WILLIAM South Sbields, Licensed Victualler. Apr 23 at 10.30. Off WARNING TO INTENDING HOUSE PURCHASERS AND LESSEES.–Before purchasing
Rec, Pink lune. Newcastle ou Tyne es renting a house have the Sanitary arrangements thoroughly examined by an
MORRIS, THOMAS, Welshpool, Mont, Auctioneer. Apr 26 at 1. Off Rec, Llanid'oes expert trom The Sanitary Engineering & Ventilation Co., 115, Victoria-st., Westminster (Estab. 1875), who also undertake the Ventilation of offices, &c.— (ADVT.)
ROBINS, THOMAS, Hemyock, Devon, Blacksmith. Apr 23 at 11.15. Equirrel Hotel,
Ross, THOMAS WILLIAM, Piddletrenthide, Dorset, Carpenter. Apr 28 at 12.30.
Antelope Hotel, Dorchester
WATTE ERWARD, MARSHALL, Park cres, Brighton, Gento: Cany127. Rogers, GoriNG, CHARLES, West Brighton, Grocer. April 22 at 12. Of Rec, 4, Pavilion
Tuesday and Friday.-[ADVT.)