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deceive the public; and this probably explains the reason of the afflrmative was plenty of material upon which those words would operate as the act finding to which I have adverted and the absence of the finding that the originally stood, because originally the action applied to appeals against appellant had acted innocently within the meaning of clause (c). In convictions and other appeals in which there would be parties in the answer, then, to the question which alone is put to us-namely, whether, ordinary way as well as to an appeal against a refusal to renew a licence. upon the facts stated, the decision of the magistrates convicting the Reg. y. The Justices of London, which was the authority for the giving of appellant was in point of law correct,my answer is that, in my judgment, costs in this case, had lost its foundation by reason of the decision of the it was. When the scope and object of the Act are borne in mind, any House of Lords in Boulter v. Kent Justices, that licensing justices are not a other conclusion would, to a large extent, render the Act ineffective for court of summary jurisdiction. The view that the quarter sessions had its avowed purposes. The circumstances of the present case afford a no power to give costs to an appellant was strengthened by the fact that, convenient illustration of this. The appellant, under the style of the while in section 29 of the Act of 1828 provision was made for the levy of “ London Supply Stores," carries on an extensive business as grocer and costs given to the justices against the appellant, there was no correspondprovision dealer, having, it appears, six shops or branch establishments, ing provision for the levy of costs awarded to the appellant.—Counsel, and having also a wholesale warehouse. It is obvious that, if sales with Disturnal; Horace Avory. SOLICITORS, Murr & Rusby, for Sharp, West false trade descriptions could be carried out in these establishments with Bromwich; A. S. C. Doyle, for Jackson, West Bromwich. impunity so far as the principal is concerned, the Act would, to a large
[Reported by T. R. C. Dill, Barrister-at-Law.] extent, be nugatory. I conceive the effect of the Act to be to make the master or principal liable criminally (as he is already by law civilly) for
ORCHARD v. BUSH. Div. Court. 18th May. the acts of his agents and servants in all cases within the sections with INNKEEPER—LIABILITY-PROPERTY OF Guest-TEMPORARY REFRESHMENTwhich we are dealing, where the conduct constituting the offence was
RESTAURANT IN A HOTEL. pursued by such servants and agents within the scope or in the course of their employment, subject to thie-that the master or principal may be In this case the defendant, who was the proprietor of a hotel at Liverrelieved from criminal responsibility where he can prove that he had pool, appealed from a decision of the county court judge of Liverpool in acted in good faith and had done all that it was reasonably possible to do an action brought by the plaintiff to recover damages for the loss of an to prevent the commission by his agents and servants of offences against overcoat. The plaintiff carried on business in Liverpool, but his residence the Act. The result, therefore, is that the conviction will be affirmed, and was outside the town, and he was in the habit of travelling daily by train with costs.- COUNSEL, Asquith, 'Q.C., and Bonsey ; Jelf, Q.C., and David. from his home to Liverpool. On the day in question the plaintiff when SOLICITORS, Neve & Beck; Weekes g. Co.
going home on his way from his office to the station went into the (Reported by T. R. C. DILL, Barrister-at-Law.j
defendant's hotel for the purpose of dining. The dining room in the
defendant's hotel was used as a restaurant by a considerable number of REG. v. JUSTICES OF STAFFORDSHIRE. Ex parte FIELD. Div.
persons other than those actually staying in the hotel. The plaintiff went Court. 25th May.
into the dining-room, hung bis coat upon a peg in the room, and was then
served with dinner. At the conclusion of his meal, he found that the LICENSING LAW--APPEAL TO QUARTER SESSIONS—APPEARANCE BY LICENSING coat had disappeared. The county court judge held that the relation
JUSTICES—JURISDICTION TO ORDER JUSTICES TO Pay Costs—ALEHOUSE ship of landlord and guest existed between the defendant and the plaintiff Act, 1828 (9 Geo. 4, c. 61), s. 2.
although the latter had only used the hotel for the purpose of temporary Rule nisi for a certiorari to bring up, for the purpose of having it quashed, refreshment, and he gave judgment for the plaintiff. In support of the an order made by the Quarter Sessions of Staffordshire in an appeal, by appeal it was contended that there was no evidence to support the Thomas Longhurst, from the licensing justices of the borough of West finding of the county court judge; that to constitute the relationship of Bromwich, whereby the appeal was allowed and the licensing justices were landlord and guest there must be more than a temporary user of a ordered to pay the costs of the appeal. On the hearing of the appeal the restaurant in the hotel for the purpose of refreshment, and (the guest licensing justices were represented by counsel, who stated that he did not must come to the hotel as a traveller and wayfarer, within which category appear for them as litigant parties, but to inform the court as to the the plaintiff did not fall. facts and what had taken place before the licensing justices. The notice
The Court (Wills and KennEDY, JJ.) dismissed the appeal. of appeal having been admitted, counsel for the licensing justices opened
WILLS, J., said that the only question was whether the plaintiff was the case fully and called witnesses. Upon their evidence three technical a guest at the defendant's hotel, and his lordship failed to understand in objections were raised and argued by counsel for the appellant and for what sense it could be said that the plaintiff was not a guest. Even if the justices. The witnesses called for the appellant were not cross
the word “ guest was to be given the narrow definition contended for examined by counsel for the justices, nor did he address the court in by the defendant-namely, a traveller and wayfarer, there was evidence repty: The quarter sessions allowed the appeal, and, being of opinion that the plaintiff came within that definition. If he had been riding in that the justices had made themselves" parties on the hearing of the the country and had stopped at an inn for refreshment, he would clearly appeal, they ordered that they should pay the appellant's costs. The have been a wayfarer. Why, then, was he not so under the circumstances appeal to quarter sessions was brought under section 27 of the Alehouse of this case ? He was walking from his office to the station, en route for Act, 1828 (9 Geo. 4, c. 61), which gives an appeal to quarter sessions to home, and on his way he called at the inn and was served with the any person aggrieved by any act of any justice done in or concerning the refreshment which he required. His lordship, while inclining to the execution of the Act, and provides (inter alia) that the court of quarter opinion that the plaintiff was both a wayfarer and a guest, was however sessions shall hear and determine the matter of such appeal, and shall not disposed to take such a narrow view of the meaning of the word make such order therein, with or without costs, as to the said court shall guest. He thought that a guest was one who used an inn, either temseem meet." Section 29 contains provisions for the payment by an porarily or otherwise, for the purpose of receiving such accommodation unsuccessful appellant to quarter sessions of the costs of any justice who
or refreshment as the innkeeper offered to those coming to the house. It is respondent in the appeal. Upon the argument of the rule, Reg. v.
made no difference that the person did not stop the night. From the Justices of London (1895, i Q. B. 616), and Boulter v. Justices of Kent (1897, point of view of authority, there was not much to be said in favour of the A. C. 536), were cited.
suggested limited meaning of “guest.”. In old times no doubt guests The Court (Wills and CHANNELL, JJ.), made the rule absolute.
were more usually wayfarers than not. But the liability of an innkeeper
arose whenever he received a person causa hospitandi. Why was it to be Wills, J., said that the case turned upon section 27 of the Alehouse said that a person was not so received who came to an inn at any time of Act, 1826, illustrated to some extent by section 29. It was established by the day and was given refreshment. The present case was much less strong the decision of tue House of Lords in Boulter v. The Justices of Kent, that than Bennett v. Mellor (5 T. R. 273). There, a man who went to an inn when the question whether a licence shall be renewed comes in the first for a purpose wholly unconnected with the nse of the inn as such, and instance before the licensing justices objectors may be effectually heard who, while waiting for an answer with reference to the bueiness on which without the risk of being mulcted in costs. The contention of the he went to the inn, sat down in the public room and took some refreshrespondent came to this--that when there is an appeal by a person the ment, was held to be a guest and to be entitled to the privileges of a renewal of whose licence is refused then, unless the licensing justices come guest. That was a stronger case than this, for the use made by the forward and effectually fight the question whether the refusal was right present plaintiff of the defendant's inn was much more like the natural or not, at the risk of being made to pay costs, appellant is to have it use of an inn by a guest than was the case in Bennett v. Mellor. His all his own way, so far as concerned the examination of witnesses, argu- lurdship refrained from saying what his decision would have been if the ment, and so on. Such a conclusion would be so utterly wrong in itself restaurant where the plaintiff had dined had not formed part of the hotel. that the court ought to look very closely to see whether the statute must The room in this case was used as part of an inn, and in the same way as an necessarily be so construed. The interest of the public was just as great inn was used, and there was abundant evidence that refreshment was on the hearing of the appeal as it was on the hearing of the original supplied by the defendant as inpkeeper to the plaintiff as guest. objections, and yet if the respondent's argument were to prevail the public KENNEDY, J., concurred. Appeal dismissed. ---COUNSEL, Montague Lush; interests could not be protected on the appeal, because persons who might Horridge. Solicitors, Richard White, for Neale, Liverpool; Tibbits & Co. be willing enough to object in the first instance would not come forward at quarter sessions at the risk of being made to pay costs.
(Reported by F. 0. Robinsox, Barrister-at-Law.] ticular the licensing justices would not come forward to fight such cases WHITE v. THE ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE OF BRADFORD-ON-AVON. at the risk of baving to pay costs. Lord Herschell in Boulter's case
Div. Court. 17th and 24th May. enumerated the considerations which led him to the conclusion that in proceedings before licensing justices there is no litigation and no partien, Poor Rate-Basis of RATEABLE Value— " Tied" Public-House and and that there is, therefore, no person whom the licensing justices can
BREWERY-MARKET VALUE- BREWERS AS COMPETITORS - HYPOTHETICAL order to pay costs. All these considerations seemed to apply equally to
Tenants-RENT PAID FOR THE PREMISES, NOT FOR THE Business CARRIED proceedings before quarter sessions on appeal. It followed that quarter
ON There-ParochIAL ASSESSMENT Act, 1836 (6 & 7 Will. 4, c. 96), sessions had no power to award costs against the justices or any other person objecting to the renewal of the licence. It was said that this Special case stated by quarter sessions of the county of Wilts on appeal could not be so because the quarter sessions were given power to make against a rate on a public-house. The question for the decision of the such order," with or without costs, as to them seemed meet." But there I court was whether the fact that brewers were willing to give a price or
And in par
rent higher than the ordinary yearly tenant would give for licensed premises was to be taken into consideration in estimating the rateable SUMMER ASSIZES ON NORTH AND SOUTH WALES CIRCUITS. value of the property to the occupier. The quarter sessions had held
ORDER IN COUNCIL. that in arriving at the value for rating purposes of the premises it was the hereditament independently of, and without reference to, any personal At the Court at Windsor, the 19th day of May, 1898. Present, the contract with brewers that had to be assessed-in fact, the free house, not Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. excluding brewers as competitors, but treating them like other tenants, Whereas by an Order in Council, bearing date the 28th day of July, as tenants of an hereditament unfettered by any personal contract. The one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three, as subsequently amended, facts were as follow: The appellant at quarter sessions, George White, certain arrangements as regards the Circuits of the Judges were approved : was rated as occupier of a fully-licensed house, known as the Rising Sun And whereas it is expedient that the said Order be amended with Ion, Bradford-on-Avon. Prior to March, 1897, the premises were rated respect to the Summer Assizes on the North and South Wales Circuits : at $18 158. gross, and rateable value at £15. In January of that year Now, therefore, Her Majesty in Council is pleased to order, and it is Messrs. Wilkins Bros. purchased them at public auction for £2,810, and hereby ordered as follows: let the premises to White as a tied house on an annual tenancy of £27 10s. In the Order in Council relating to Circuits, dated the twenty-eighth In March, 1897, a new valuation list was made, the gross and rateable day of July, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three, the schedule values appearing therein as £85 and £70 respectively. White appealed to this Order shall be substituted for so much of the scheme in the to the assessment committee and these figures were reduced to £70 and schedule to the said Order of July, one thousand eight hundred and £58. From that assessment White appealed to quarter sessions. At the ninety-three, as relates to the Summer Assizes on the North and South hearing it was proved that, owing to the competition between rival Wales Circuits; and the said Order in Council shall take effect subject to brewers to buy or rent licensed houses to sub-let as tied” houses, the substitution made by this Order, and any copy thereof hereafter the premises would realize in the market sum sufficiently printed may be printed with the substitution made by this Order. high to support the assessment appealed against, but that
J. H. HARRISON. if the bouse was let on a yearly tenancy as a free house brewers would
SCHEDULE. probably give a reut higher by £10 or £15 a year than the rent of £27 103. paid by White as an ordinary tenant, and would recoup themselves by
Circuits of Judges.-Civil and Criminal. the profits on the sale of their beers, but that such an increased rent would not be sufficiently high to support the assessment appealed against. The
North Wales, Chester,
South Wales and quarter sessions on this evidence reduced the assessment to £35 gross
Chester. estimated rental and £28 net rateable value. The assessment committee appealed. In support of the appeal it was contended that the net annual
Newtown value of such licensed premises within the meaning of the Parochial Assessment Act, 1836, was the full value to the owner and not their
July 8 value to the tenant in fact occupying the house, and that the premises
Dolgelly should be assessed at the value at which they would let to a hypothetical
Haverford west July 12
Carnarvon yearly tenant, all possible competitors who would be willing to take them from the owner being taken into account as possible hypothetical tenants,
Lampeter and that therefore the competition of brewers ought to be taken into
Carmarthen consideration, although they did not in fact occupy the premises, and
Beaumaris that the area of competition should not be restricte i to such intendiag
... tenants as would themselves be willing to take the house for the purpose
Ruthin of carrying on a retail trade there : Reg. v. Wells (1867, L. R. 2 Q B.
Presteign ordinary tenant intending to occupy from year to year the premises as a 6. free " house for his own retail business would be willing to give for
July 24 them; not what the brewers might give for the purpose of converting
Chester (2) the premises into a tied house. Dodds v. The Assessment Committee of South
July 26 Shields (1895, 2 Q. B. 133), and reference thereto by Wright, J., in London
July 27 County Council v. City of London Breweries (1898, 1 Q. B 393), and Sunderland
August 1 RIDLEY, J., said an ordinary tenant intending to occupy the premises as
August 2 a free house from year to year was in the same position as the hypothetical tenant of the statute ; he was willing to give the rent for the
August 4 premises, not for the business he carried on upon them. That was the difference between the two contentions, and in his opinion, the quarter
August 5 Bessions were right in holding that the premises only had to be assessed,
August 6 and that although the competition of the brewers was not to be excluded
August 8 in estimating the rent, publicans must be treated like other tenants from
August 9 year to year of a house or other property unfettered by personal contract. He considered that the assessment made by quarter sessions on that basis
August 10 was correct, and the order appealed from would therefore be affirmed, and
End. the appeal dismissed with costs.
CHANNELL, J., concurred.--Counsel, Foote, Q.C., Radcliffe, and Parr ;
THE COLONIAL PROBATES ACT, 1892.
ORDER IN COUNCIL.
At the Court at Windsor, the 19th day of May, 1898. Present, the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
Whereas by the first section of “ The Colonial Probates Act, 1892,” it
is enacted as follows: NEW ORDERS, &c.
“Her Majesty the Queen may, on being satisfied that the Legislature COUNTY COURT DISTRICTS.
of any British Possession has made adequate provision for the recognition
in that possession of Probates and Letters of Administration granted by ORDER IN COUNCIL.
the Courts of the United Kingdom, direct by Order in Council that this At the Court at Windsor, the 19th day of May, 1898. Present, the act shall, subject to any exceptions *and modifications specified in the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
Order, apply to that Possession, and thereupon, while the Order is in Whereas it is expedient to amend the County Court (Dietricts) Amend- force, this Act shall apply accordingly." ment Order in Council, 1898.
And whereas Her Majesty is satiefied that the Legislature of the British Now therefore Her Majesty by and with the advice of Her Privy Council Possession hereinafter mentioned has made adequate provision for the is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered as follows:
recognition in that Possession of Probates and Letters of Administration i. This Order may be cited as the County Court (Districts) Amendment granted by the Courts of the United Kingdom. Order in Council, 1898, No. 2.
Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue and in exercise of the powers by 2. This Order shall come into force on the firet day of July one thousand the above-recited Act in Her Majesty vested, is pleased by and with the eight hundred and ninety-eight, and shall be construed as one with the advice of Her Most Honourabļe Prity Council to order, and it is hereby above first-mentioned Ordır.
ordered as follows: 3. The County Court of Middlesex held at Edmonton shall as from the "The Colonial Probates Act, 1892,” shall apply to the British Possession first day of October one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight be held hereunder mentioned : et Wood Green as well as at Edmonton. 4. So much of the above first-mentioned Order as relates to the County
The Island of Saint Vincent. Court of Durham held at Hartlepool, and the County Court of Glamorgan And the Right Honourable Joseph Chamberlain, one of Her Majesty's shire held at Cardiff, shall not come into force until the first day of October Principal Secretaries of State, is to give the necessary directions herein one thousand eight hundred and nipety-eight: J. II. HARRISON. accordingly.
J. H. HARRISON.
THE PROPERTY MART.
SALES OF THE ENSUING WEEK.
June 6.-Messrs. Foster, on the premises, 110, Gloucester-terrace, Hyde Park, at 3p.m., Mr. THOMAS JOHN BROAD, solicitor, of Watford, has been elected
Leasehold Residence. Solicitors, Messrs. Linklater & Co., London. (See advertise
ment, this week, p. 10). Coroner for the Watford Division of the county of Hertford.
June 7. --Messrs. WALTON & LEE, at the Mart, at 2 p.m., Important Freehold Building
Estate, with shop frontage of 700 feet along the tram-road to Tooting Common, the CHANGES IN PARTNERSHIPS.
whole comprising 43 acres. Solicitor, William Eley, Esq., London. (See advertise
ment, this week, p. 10). DISSOLUTION.
June 8.-Messrs. DOUGLAS YOUNG & Co., at the Mart, at 2:
Ilford.-In One Lot, Freehold Building Estate, having frontages of 209ft. to the high WILLIAM FOWLE and WILLIAM HEINEKEN HORSFALL, solicitors, North
road and 409ft. to Green-lane. Also, in Six Lots, 60 Plots of Freehold Building allerton (Fowle & Horsfall). Sept. 30, 1897.
[Gazette, May 27.
Land, having a total frontage of 1,065ft. ; and Five Shop Plots, having frontage
of 103ft. Solicitor, H. N. Greenside, Esq., London,
Westbourne-grove.—Leasehold Investment, comprising a Block of Shop Property; GENERAL.
the whole let upon repairing leases, at £419; lease 98 yeurs. Solicitors, Messrs.
Riddell, Vaizey, & Smith, London. In view of the coming into operation of the Compensation Act the Eastbourne.-Two commodious Freehold Residences, each containing six bedrooins, employers in the Darlington district have united in forming an assurance
drawing and dining rooms, smoking room, and breakfast room ; let at £110.
Solicitor, Chalton Hubbard, Esq., London. company with a capital of £20,000 to meet any liabilities that may arise Anerley.-Three semi-detached Leasehold Villas ; let at £36, £36, and £34; lease o under the Act or under the Employers' Liability Act.
years. Solicitor, A. G. Dinn, Esq., London.
Palmer's Green.-Five semi-detached Freehold Villas; rentals, £44, £42, and £40. The following are the arrangements for the probate and matrimonial Solicitors, Messrs. Stanley, Evans, & Co., London. business of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division for the ensuing Acton.- A terrace of Six Leasehold Houses; rent, 158. a week each, or together £214 sittings: Causes set down for trial will be taken as follows: Undefended
per annum; lease 95 years. Solicitors, Messrs. Vincent & Vincent, London.
Old Kent-road, 8.E.-Three Leasehold Shops and Dwelling-houses ; let at £75; lease matrimonial causes, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
80 years. Solicitors, Messrs. Burton & Sons, London. June 7, 8, 9, and 10; and on each Monday after motions. Common jury Pimlico.-Two Leasehola Residences; let at £48 each ; lease 35 years. Solicitor, causes (probate and matrimonial), on and after Tuesday, June 14. Pro
W.M. Willcocks, Esq., London.
Clapham.-Leasehold Residence; rental £42 ; lease 72 years. Solicitors, Messrs. bate and defended matrimonial causes for hearing before the court itself,
Morten & Cutler, London. after the common juries are disposed of. Special jury causes (probate and Brixton.-- Leasehold Terrace House; let at £36 ; lease 70 years. Solicitors, Messrs. matrimonial), on and after Wednesday, July 6. Divisional Court, Tues
Seeley & Son, London. days, June 7, July 5, and August 2. Motions will be heard in court on
(see advertisements, this week, p. 5.)
June 9.-Messrs. C. C. & T. MOORE, at the Mart, at 2: Mondays at 11 a.m. Summonses before the judge, on Saturdays at 10.30 Manor Park.-Fourteen Plots of Freehold Land, ripe for building; roads made up. a.m. Summonses before the registrars, at the Probate Registry, Somer
Solicitors, Messrs. Pearce & Sons, London. set House, on each Tuesday and Friday at 11.30 a.m. All papers for
Mile End-road.-Freehold House and Shop; area over 900 square feet. Solicitors,
Messrs. Tilleard, 4, Lombard-court, E.C. motions on Mondays must be left in the Contentious Department of the
Cannon Street-road, St. George's, E.-Freehold Shop, Workshop, and House ; let Principal Probate Registry, Somerset House, before 2 p.m.
at £85. Solicitors, Messrs. Reed & Reed, London. ceding Wednesday.
Leyton-road.-Freehold corner Shop; valué £45. Solicitors, Messrs. Geo. Brown,
Sons, & Vardy, London.
Solicitor, H. H. Boorne, Esq., London
Stepney.-Dwelling Houses and Stabling ; let at £109; term 51 years. Solicitors, COURT PAPERS.
Messrs. Leslie Antill & Arnold, London.
Woodford.–Villa; let at £20. Solicitors, Messrs. Digby & Liddle, London SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.
Mile End-road.- Freehold House and shop; let at £32. Solicitors, Messrs. Garner
& Sons, Uxbridge. ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE ON
St. George's, E.-Freehold Property; let at £85. Solicitors, Messrs. Reed & Reed, APPEAL COURT Mr. Justice Date.
Camberwell.-Seven Long Leasehold Houses ; let at £241 ; term over 683 years.
Sydenham.--Four Dwelling Houses ; let at £132 ; term 243 years
Poplar.-Two Freehold Houses ; let at £49.
Solicitor, J. Howard Smith, Esq., London.
(See advertisement, this week, p. 8.).
Carrington June 9.-Messrs. WOODHAMS & Son, at the Gilridge Hotel, Eastbourne, at 4 o'clock, Friday
Freehold Properties :
Carrington Lot 1.-The Manor Farm, Chalvington, 2} miles from Berwick Station (L. B. & S.C.
Railway), consisting of 203 acres of land, with farm-house, cottages, and farm
buildings; let at £290. Monday, June
Lot 2.--Curls Farm, Ripe, near Lot 1, consisting of 153 acres of land, with farm-
house, cottages, and farm-buildings; let at £187. Tuesday
Lot 3.-Cleaver's Farm, Ripe, consisting of about 66 acres of land, with new farmWednesday.
house, large cottage, and farm-buildings; let at £100. Thursday
Lot 4.-Freehold, Accommodation, and Building Land, situate in Ripe, nearly one Friday
acres; frontage, 190 feet; let at £5. Saturday
Solicitors, Messrs. Bell, Brodrick, & Gray, London.
(See advertisement, this week, p. 6.) HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.-QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION.
RESULT OF SALES.
The following were among the Lots Sold at Messrs. H. E. Foster & CRANFIELD's fort
nightly sale of Reversions and Life Policies, at the Mart, E.C., on Thursday last :A to F-Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Master Johnson ; REVERSIONS: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Master Pollock.
Absolute to one-sixth of £6,755 12s. 2d. 23 per Cent. Consols; life
Sold G to N-Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Master Butler ; Tuesdays,
Absolute to £1,924 Midland Railway 23 per cent. Preferred Stock Thursdays, and Saturdays, Master Macdoneli.
and £1,924 Midland Railway 2} per Cent. Deferred Stock; life O to Z-Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Master Archibald ; Tues
LIFE POLICIES : days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Master Wilberforce.
For £2,000; life 79
2,720 For £1,005; life 47
520 A to F-All applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned
For £3,000; life 46
710 to Master Kaye are to be made returnable before him in his own Room,
For £5,000; life 46
110 No. 181, at 11.30 a.m. on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays until the Messis. C. C. & T. Moore, on Thursday, at the Mart, disposed of various houses for 30th of June. From that date all applications by summons or otherwise
£5,000. A house in Approach-road, Victoria-park, realized £360, and villa residences
in Buckhurst-hill, £2,185. Six houses in Newnham-street, Spitalfields, sold for in actions assigned to Master Kaye will be made returnable before the
£2,520. masters of this Division.
G to N-All applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to Master Walton are to be made returnable before him in his own Room,
WINDING UP NOTICES.
London Gazette.-FRIDAY, May 27. to Master Manley Smith are to be made returnable before him in his own
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. Room, No. 114, at 11.30 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
LIMITED IN CHANCERY. The parties are to meet in the ante-room of masters chambers, and the BARRY DOCK AND DISTRICT STEAM LAUNDRY CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or summonses will be inserted in the printed list for the day after the before July 31, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or summonses to be heard before the master sitting in chambers, and will
claims, to Richard Henry March, 19, Mount Stuart sq, Cardiff. Ingledew & Sons,
Cardiff, solors be called over by the attendant on the respective rooms for a first and Black Swan Gold Mine, LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) --Creditors are required, on or second time at 11.30, and will be dealt with by the master in the same before August 22, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts manner as if they were returnable at chambers.
and claims, to John William Woodthorpe, Leadenhall bldgs, Leadenhall st
Williams BY ORDER OF THE MASTERS.
& Neville, Winchester House, Old Broad st, solors for the liquidator BRITISH CANADIAN DEVELOPMENT SYNDICATE, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before July 1, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or
claims, to H. Bt. John Hodges, Finsbury House, Blomfield st. Mayo & Co, 10, WARNING TO INTENDING House PURCHASERS AND LESSEES.—Before pur. COLONIAL RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CO, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before
Draper's gdps, solors for the liquidator chasing or renting a house, have the Sanitary_Arrangements thoroughly June 24, to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts and claims, Examined, Tested, and Reported Upon by an Expert from Messrs. Carter IMPROVED ELECTRO PLATING Co, LIMITED-By an order made by Wright, J, dated April Bros., 65, Victoria-street, Westminster. Fee quoted on receipt of full 27, it was ordered that the voluntary winding up of the company be continued. FT particulars. (Established 21 years.)--[ADVT.]
Rushton, 14, New inn, Strand, solor for petner
7 8 9
J Fevez & Co, LIMITED-Creditors are required, on or before July 1, to send their names COLE, ELIZABETH, Southsea June 1 Soames & Co, Lincoln's inn fields
COBSBIE, ANNE HARDCASTLE HALDANE, Westbourne ter July 1 Thorowgood & Co,
Copthall ct presented May 17, directed to be heard on June 8.
Cortam, ELIZABETH, Preston, Grocer June 6 Craven, Preston
G. Hy. Daniell, 4, Gt Winchester
than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of June 7
to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to John DALRYMPLE, Mary, Withington, Lancs June 27 Hall & Co, Manchester
D CKENFON, BENJAMIN, Huddersfield June 10 Brook, Huddersfield
Walfords, Bolton st, Piccadilly
FARNDON, WILLIAM, E.ling, Builder June 24 Ruston & Co, Brentford PENTONVILLE STAMPING AND ENGINE RING Co, LIMITED—Petn for winding up, presented May 24, directed to be heard on Wednesday, June 8. Ward & Co, 7, King st, Cheap- Gale, John Weston Peters, Cheriton, Somerset June 10 Jonas & Forrester, Malmesside, agents for Lane & Co, Birmingham, solors for petners. N tice of appearing must bury reach the above-named nut later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of June 7
GARTON, ANNE Jane, Southport June 25 Welsby & Smallsha x, Southport
July 31, to send their names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to
Walter Francis Mills, 37, Walbrook, tó be official liquidator in the place of Henry Halsall, Robert, St Helens, Lancs, Provision Dealer June 27 Thomas, St Helen
names and addresses, and particulars of their debts or claims, to Arthur Herbert Crow, HARDCASTLE, WILLIAM, Pendleton, nr Manchester June Crofton & Co, Manchester
Hodson, BRIDGET, Aughton, nr Ormskirk June 14 Clarke & Cu, Preston
send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to James
Hogg, James, North Rode, nr Congleton, Cheshire June 12 Symonds, Kettering
HOLMES, WILLIAM, Manchester July 11 Lawson & Co, Manchester
HOYLE, John, Rochdale May 24 Wiles & Thompson, Rochdale
IHLER, ELIZABETH HARRISON, Huyton, Lancs, June 15 Yates & Co, Liverpool
names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to William Robert
JAMES, WILLIAM, Denham, Bucks June 24 Woodbridge & Sons, Uxbridge
JEENS, CHARLES HENRY, St Paul's rd, Camden sq, Histurical Engraver June 22 Bond,
July 9, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, JOHNSON, JAMES, Carrington, Notts June 30 Watson & Co, Nottingham
to Mr. John Thomas Duncan, 55, James st, Cardiff. Moxon, Cardiff, solor to liquidator
on June 9 Cunliffes & Davenport, 48, Chancery lane, agents for Bates & Jellicorse, LUMLEY, HABRIET, Brighton June 13 Bannister & Reynolds, Basinghall st
MATHER, ELIZABETH ANNE, Handsworth June 24 Syrett, Finsbury pavt
NIGHTINGALE, RUTH, Blackburn June 18 Marriott, Blackburn
PEARSON, SUSANNAH, Sheffield July 6 Rodgers, Sheffield
directed to be heard at St. George's Hall, Liverpool, on Monday, June 13. Mather,
ROBERTS, Rev JOHN LLEWELLYN, Spratton, Northampton June 1 Browne & Haviland,
Warwick May 25
SOCIETY, Forton, Gosport, Hants May 25
SHELL, CHARLES, New Swindon, Wilts, Foreman June 10 Withy, New Swindon
SIBSON, SARAH MARY, East Acton May 80 Quayle & Ouvry, Arundel st
SITLINTON, GEORGE FREDERICK, Stonehouse, Glos May 21 Croome & Co, Stroud
SLADEN, THOMAS SUTCLIFFE, Epsom June 11 Whitehouse & Etherington, Lincoln's inn
Smith, ABRAHAM, Leeds, Farmer June 13 Arundel, Leeds
SMITH, FREDERICK HEALD, Manchester, Manufacturer June 30 Innes, Manchester
SPARKS, Isaac, Camberwell June 13 Sparks & Blake, Crewkerne
STIFF, HERBERT, Dover, Builder June 18 Stillwell & Harby, Dover BARNE, Lieut-Col FREDERICK St Joan NewDEGATE, Wangford, Suffolk June 24 Farrer THOMPSON, ELLEN Pearse, Sticklepath, Devon June 20 Chilcott & Chilcott, Tavistock & Co, Lincoln's inn fields
Tovey, Walter HENRY, Upper Holloway, Pensioner June 15 Howard & Shelton, BEVAN, The Rev David BARCLAY, Tunbridge Wells June 13 Bevan & King, Chancery TURNER, Tom Dixon, Wakefield, Butcher July1 Mander & Co, Wakefield
lane BLY, JOHN HENRY, Gt Yarmouth, Tronmonger June 27 Diver & Preston, Gt Yarmouth VERNON, Right Hon HARRIET FRANCES MARIA, Dowager Lady, Park st July 1 A & H BONNER, JOHN GEORGE, Streatham, Solicitor June 10 Thorne & Welsford, Grace
White, Great Marlborough st church st
WHITEN, LEVI, Norton Cuckney, Nottingham, Foreman Mason June 10 Alcock,
WILKINSON, SARAH, Leigh, Lancs May 26 Unsworth, Leigh
WILLIAMS, RICHARD, Llanrhwydrus, Anglesea, Farmer June 20 Pennington & Higson,
Liverpool BURNE, ELIZA SUSANNA, Charing Cross Hotel June 24 Wickings Smith & Son, Lincoln's WILLIAMSON, THOMAS, Stalybridge, Chester, Grocer June 30 Innes, Manchester and inn fields
Stalybridge CARTWRIGHT, HELEN ELIZABETH, Blackheath June 15 Perkins & Weston, Gray's inn
Wilson, EMMA Lea, Leamington June 4 Jennings, Walbrook sq
Wynn, ANNE MARIA, St Leonard's on Sea June 24 H Clifford Gosnell & Tierney, FingCHAPELL, JOHN, Plymouth June 20 Rooker & Co, Plymouth
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES. CARTER, John, Smethwick, Staffs, Builder West Brom- | Griggs, EDWARD, Addlestone, Surrey, Baker Kingston,
Surrey Pet May 25 Ord May 25
Cohen, Davio, Birmingham, Tailor Birmingham Pet Gunn, Thomas, Bingham, Notts, Licensed Victualler Note ABRAHAMS, HEXRy, Kingston upon Hull, Cycle Manufac
May 24 Ord May 24
tingham Pet May 6 Ord May 23
Wolverturcr Kingston upon Hull Pet May 23 Ord May 23
Cossins, MARTIN, Topcliffe, Yorks, Hay Dealer North-Gwilt, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Brick Burner ALBRECHT, Joan Patrick, Walworth, Butcher High Court
allerton Pet May 24 Ord May 24
hampton Pet May 24 Ord May 25 CROWTHER, CLARA, Cieckheaton, Yorks, Painter Bradford HAYLOR, Frederick, Goudhurst, Kent, Baker Hastings Pet May 6 Ord May 24 Aldous, FRANK ENGLAND, Norwood, Dealer in Antiquities DEINTJE, JULIUS ADOLPH, Tottenbam Court rd, Cabinet Hewitt, JOHN Thomas, and GEORGE HENRY HE WITT;
Pet May 21 Ord May 21
Pet May 23 Ord May 23 ALLEN, THOMAS, Deeping St James, Lincs, Farmer Peter Maker High Court Pet May 6 Ord May 24
Bolton, Fish Salesmen borough Pet May 23 Ord May 23
Evans, HENRY, Merthyr Tydfil, Tailor Merthyr Tydfil May 24 ATHEBTON, WILLIAM Upton, Biarritz, France High Court Pet May 23 Ord May 23
Howe, Thomas, Abercarn, Mon, Provision Merchant Pet March 31 Ord May 24
Evans, JOSEPH, Llandilo Graban, Radnors, Farmer Newport, Mon Pet May 11 Ord May 23 ATKINSON, WALTER, Pudsey, Yorks Bradford Pet May Hereford Pet May 24 Ord May 24
HUGHES, JOHN TREVOR, Byrmbo, nr Wrexham, Butcher 23 Ord May 23
FREEDMAN, JOSEPH, Cardiff, Cycle Manufacturer Cardiff Wrexham Pet May 23° Ord May 23 BAKEWELL, CHARLES ALFRED, Walsall, Pursemaker Wal Pet May 23 Ord May 23
JAMES, Morris, Towyn, Merioneths, Builder Aberystwith sall Pet May 23 Ord May 23
GIBBENS, E MILDRED, Frimley, Farnborough High Court Pet May 10 Ord May 24 BRADLEY, CHARLES, Ashton under Lyne, Grocer Ashton Pet March 31 Ord May 23
JOB, Henry, Cardiff, Hay Dealer Cardiff
Pet May 23 under Lype Pet May 4 Ord May 23
GRIFFITHS, GEORGE HENRY, sen, and GEORGE HENRY Ord May 23 BROUKES, HENRY LANGHAM, Nether Worton, Oxford, GRIFFITHS, jun, Newport, Builders Newport, Mon Pet Jones, ERNEST RICHARD, Oxford, Scenic Artist Oxford Solicitor Oxford Pet May 24 Ord May 24 May 23 Ord May 23
Pet May 24 Ord May 24
Jongs, PETER THOMAS, Birkenhead, Tobacconist Birken- GIBBENS, E MILDRED, Runley, Farnborough June 3 at 12 FAYLOR, FREDERICK, Goudhurst, Kent, Baker Hastings head Pet May 24 Ord May 24 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Pet May 21 Ord May 23 LAMPARD, SAMUEL, Hollingbourne, Kent, Coal Merchant HEWITT, JOHN, Lincoln, Decorative Painter June 7 at 12 HEMBERY, WILLIAM, East Clevedon, Somerset, Seed Factor Maidstone Pet May 21 Ord May 21 Off Rec, Lincoln
Bristol Pet May 13 Ord May 23 LEE, WILLIAM FEARNLEY, Birstall, York, Travelling HEWITT, JUAN THOMAS, and GEORGE HENRY HEWITT, HEWITT, John Thomas, and GEORGE HENRY HEWITT, Draper Dewsbury Pet May 23 Ord May 23
Bolton, Hish Balesmen June 7 a$ 8 16, Wood st, Bolton, Fish Salesman Bolton Pet May 24 Ond LEE, WILLIAM STEPHEN, Gt Winchester sty Companies Bolton
May 24 Secretary High Court Pet May 4 Ord May 25 HORNIBLOW, FREEMAX, Weymouth, Butcher June 3 at Howx, THOMAS, Abercard, Provision Merchant Newport, LLOYD, WILLIAM, Llanrwst, Licensed Victualler Port 10.30 King's Arms Hotel, Dorchester
Mon Pet May 11 Ord May 25 madoc Pet May 24 Ord May 24
LAMPARD, SAMUEL, Hollingbourne, Kent, Coal Merchant Hughes, JOHN TREVOR, Brymbo, or Wrexham, Butcher Lock, WILLIAM, Barnstaple, Bootseller Barnstaple Pet June 8 at 11 Off Rec, 9, King st, Maidstone
Wrexham Pet May 23 Ord May 23 May 7 Ord May 24
LEE, WILLIAM STEPHEN, Gt Winchester st, Companies JOB, HENRY, Cardiff, Hay Dealer Cardiff Pet May 23 LONG, JOHN, jun, Long Benton, Northumberland, Oil Secretary June 3' at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Ord May 23 Dealer Newcastle on Tyne Pet May 23 Ord
JONES, ERNEST RICHARD, Oxford, Scenic Artist Oxford May 23
LOCK, WILLIAM, Barnstaple, Bootseller June 4 at 11 Pet May 24_Ord May 24 LOVELL, EDWIN, Beachampton, Bucks, Farmer Banbury King's Arms Hotel, Barnstaple
JONES, PETER THomas, Birkenhead, Tobacconist BirkenPet May 20 Ord May 20
LOVELL, ROBERT CHABLES, Penzance, Potato Merchant head Pet May 24 Ord May 24 LOVELL, GEORGE, Beachampton, Bucka, Farmer Banbury June 7 at 12 Off Rec, Boscawen st, Truro
LAMPARD, SAMUEL, Hollingbourne, Kent, Coal Merchant Pet May 20 Ord May 20
MARTIN, WILLIAM HENRY, Wallis Down, Dorsets, Baker Maidstone Pet May 20 Ord May 21 MARTIN, WALTER TOUT, Gt Winchester st High Court June 15 at 11.30 Antelope Hotel, Poole
LEE, WILLIAM FEARNLEY, Birstall, York, Travelling Pet May 6 Ord May 25
MILLMORE, JAMES, Shanklin, I of W, Coal Merchant June Draper Dewsbury Pet May 23 Ord May 28 MEADOWCROFT, AGNES, Lancaster Preston Pet May 12 6 at 11.30 19, Quay st, Newport, I of W
LEVENE, EDWARD, Pall Mall, Furniture Dealer High Ord May 23
MILNES, ROBERT, Rochdale, Woolstapler June 7 at 11.15 Court Pet April 4 Ord May 24 MONKLEY, John, Cardiff, Fish Merchant Cardiff Pet May Townhall, Rochdale
LLOYD, WILLIAN, Llanrwst, Licensed Victualler Port23 Ord May 23
MOORING, Thomas, Bedford, Corn Dealer June 4 at 11 madoc Pet May 23 Ord May 24 Moody, FREDERICK GEORGE, Gt Grimsby, Grocer Gt Chamber of Commerce bldgs, 53, George st, Luton LONG, JOHx, jun, Long Benton, Northumberland, Oil Grimsby Pet May 25 Ord May 25
MORGAN, JOnn, Talgarth, Brecon, Boot Dealer June 6 at Dealer Newcastle on Tyne Pet May 23 Ord May 23 MORELAND, CHARLES, Darlington, Forgeman Stockton on 10 2, Offa st, Hereford
LOVELL, EDWIN, Beachampton, Bucks, Farmer Banbury Tees Pet May 21 Ord May 21
PATMORE, GAORGE HELLEN, Wickford, Essex, Grocer Pet May 20 Ord May 24 MORETON, WILLIAM, Moulton, nr Northwich, Farmer June 8 at 10 Shirehall, Chelmsford
LoveLL, GEORGE, Beachampton, Bucks, Farmer Banbury Manchester Pet May 7 Ord May 23
PHILLIPS, RICHARD JAMES, Pembroke, Innkeeper June 4 Pet May 19 Ord May 24 Morris, WILLIAM, Coleford, Glos, Boot Manufacturer at 11 Off Rec, 4. Queen st, Carmarthen
MENDELSOHN, JULIUS, High Holborn, Tailor High Court Newport, Mon Pet May 24 Ord May 24
RENNIE, WALLACE, Oldham, Journalist June 9 at 3 Off Pet May 10 Ord May 24 Nocks, GEORGE, Walsall, Baker Walsall Pet May 21 Rec, Bank cbmbrs, Queen st, Oldham
MONKLEY, John, Cardiff, Fish Merchant Cardiff Pet May Ord May 21
RIDSDALE, THOMAS HENBY, Beckenham, Kent June 3 at 23 Ord May 23 NYBURG, JACQUES NATHAN, Hammersmith, Commercial 11.30 24, Railway app, London bridge
MOODY, FREDERICK GEORGE, Gt Grimsby, Grocer Gt Clerk High Court Pet May 3_Ord May 25
ROGERS, ALFRED JOBEPH, Sittingbourne, Kent, Coal Mer Grimsby Pet May 24 Ord May 25 OSBORN, THOMAS, Kentish Town Leicester Pet May 28 chant June 8 at 11.30 115, High st, Rochester MORELAND, CHARLES, Darlington, Forgeman Stockton on Ord May 23
BAUNDERS, THOMAS, Torquay, Fruiterer June 16 at 10.45 Tees Pet May 20 Ord May 21 PARKIN, WILLIAM Watts, Swansea Swansea Pet May Off Rec, 13, Bedford circus, Exeter
MOBRIS, WILLIAM, Coleford, Glos, Boot Manufacturer 21 Ord May 21
SCOLES, JOSEPH, Southwark et, Solicitor June 3 at 2.80 Newport, Mon Pet May 24 Ord May 24 Parry, Ada, and FLORENCE PARRY, Aberdare, Milliners Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
Nocks, GEORGE, Walsall, Baker Walsall Pet May 21 Aberdare Pet May 23 Ord May 23
BILLARS, RÖDGER, Shafton Iwo Gates, Coal Miner June 9 Ord May 21 RENDER, HENRY, Batley, York, Grocer Dewsbury Pet at 10.80 Off Rec, Regent st, Barnsley
OSBORN, THOMAS, Kentish Town Leicester Pet May 23 May 23 Ord May 23
SUTTON, THOMAS, Landport, Coal Dealer June 3 at 3 Off Ord May 23 ROBERTS, JOSEPH CRAMPTON, and WILLIAM Hotson, Leeds, Rec, Cambridge junct, High st, Portsmouth
Parkix, WILLIAM Watts, Swansea Swansea Pet May 21 Wholesale Stationers Leeds Pet May 24 Ord May TAYLOR, JOAN ALBERT, Egremont, Cheshire June 6 at 12 Ord May 23 24
Off Rec, 35, Victoria st, Liverpool
PARBY, Ada, and FLORENCE PARRY, Aberdare, Milliners Shaw, ALFRED, Rotherham, Brassworker Sheffield Pet TERRY, ELIJAH, Barnsley, Joiner June 9 at 10.15 Off Aberdare Pet May 23_Ord May 23 May 23 _Ord May 23
Rec, Regent st, Barnsley
RENDER, HENRY, Batley, York, Grocer Dewsbury Pet SAUNDERS, THOMAS, Dartmouth, Fruiterer Exeter Pet WALDEN, E J EDWIN, Beer in, Provision Dealer June 6 May 23_Ord May 23 May 23 Ord May 23
at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
SAUNDERS, THOMAS, "Dartmouth, Fruiterer Exeter Pet SUMMERHILL, THOMAS HENBY, Rhyl, Surgeon Bangor Pet WILBY, GEORGE, Ossett, Yorkshire, Rag Merchant June May 23 Ord May 23 May 24_Ord May_24
8 at 3.30 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Batley
SCHOFIELD, ALBERT, Pontypridd, Butcher Pontypridd TARBOOK, WILLIAM Robert, St Helens, Lancs, Baker WILLIAMS, SYDNEY HENRY, Brynmawi, Grocer June 7 at Pet May 18 Ord May 23 Liverpool Pet May 23 Ord May 23
at 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
SHAW, ALFRED, Rotherham, Yorks, Brass Worker ShefVon MEIEN, EMIL FRIEDRICH JULIUS HONDART ALEXAN. WIMBLE, FREDERICK JOHN, Mincing In June 3 at 1 Bank field Pet May 23 Ord May 23 DER, Finchley, Warehouseman High Court Pet May ruptcy bldgs, Carey st
SPOONER, RA, Whittlesford, Cambs Cambridge Pet 23 Ord May 23
Womack, GEORGE, Grimethorpe, ar Barnsley, Farmer June April 14 Ord May 24 WARD, ERNEST WARWICK, West Hampstead, Tailor High 9 at 10 Off Rec, Regent st, Barnsley
SUMMERHILL, THOMAS HENBY, Rhyl, Surgeon Bangor Pet Court Pet May 26 Ord May 25
WYATT, CHARLES, Regent's Park, Wine Merchant June 3 May 24 Ord May 24 WEBB, EDWARD WILLIAM, Totterdown, Bristol, Butcher at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st
BUTTON, THOMAS, Landport, Hants, Coal Dealer Ports Bristol Pet May 23 Ord May 23
YATES, ARTHUR, Halfax, Waiter June 14 at 11 Off Rec, mouth Pet April 29_Ord May 23 WILLIS, JAMES WILLIAM, Wroughton, Wilts, Draper Townhall chmbrs, Halifax
TAYLOR, JOHN ALBERT, Egremont, Cheshire Birkenhead Swindon Pet May 24 Ord May, 24
Amended notice substituted for that published in the Pet May 12 Ord May 25 WYATT, CHARLES, Balham, Wine Merchant High Court
London Gazette of May 17:
WALKER, ALBERT ARTHUR, Ossett, York, Cabinet Maker Pet May 23 Ord May 23
TIMMINS, SAMUEL RICHARD, Derby, Draper's Manager June Dewsbury Pet April 29_Ord May 21 Yates, ARTHUR, Halifax, Waiter Halifax Pet May 24 1 at 11.80 Antelope Hotel, Poole
WEBB, EDWARD WILLIAM, Totterdown, Bristol, Butcher Ord May 24
Bristol Pet May 23 Ord May 20 Amended notice substituted for that published in the ABRAHAMB, HENBY, Kingston upon Hull, Cycle Manufac- YATES, ARTHUR, Halifax, Waiter Halifax Pet May 24 London Gazette of May 10:
turer Kingston upon Hull Pet May 23 Ord May 23 Ord May 24 BAMES, SUBAN Ann, Plymouth Plymouth Pet May 7 ALLEN, THOMAS, Deeping St James, Lincs, Farmer Peter-YEATES, JOSEPH, Clifton, Working Gardener Bristol Pet Ord May 7 borough Pet May 23 Ord May 28
May 17 Ord May 26
Amended notice substituted for that published in the
London Gazette of May 10:
28 Ord May 24 ADJUDICATION ANNULLED AND RECEIVING
30, 1897 Annul May 20 wright Canterbury Pet April 29 Ord' May 25 July 4, 1893 Resc and Annul, May 24 BROWN, JOSEPH, Croydon, Butcher High Court Pet April
London Gazette.–TUESDAY, May 31. RECETVING ORDER KESCINDED. 14 Ord May 20
Pet May 26 Ord May 26
Chivers, GHORGE JAMES, Islington Builder High Court ABLETT, ARTHUR ROBEBT, Cardiff, Grocer Cardiff Pet
May 26 Ord May 26
Truro Pet May 19 Ord May 28 ALDOUS, FRANK ENGLAND, Norwood, Dealer in Antiquities Cossing, MARTIN, Topcliffe, Yorks, Hay Dealer North- BLENKHORN, THOMAS, Kendal, Cattle Dealer Kendal Pet June 3 at 2.30 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st allerton Pet May 24 Ord May 24
May 26 Ord May 26 APTED, JOSEPH, Chiswick, Baker June 4 at 11.80 Of Rec, CROWTHER, CLARA, Cleckheaton, Yorks, Painter Brad CARPENTER, JAMES CLEVERLEY, Cardiff Cardiff Pet May 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av ford Pet May 21 Ord May 21
25 Ord May 25 ATKINSON, WALTER, Pudsey, Yorks June 6 at 1% Off DAVIES, DAVID, Barry Dock, nr Cardiff, Grocer Cardiff CHAPMAN, GEORGR, Kingston upon Hull, Joiner Kingston Rec, 81, Manor row, Bradford Pet May 16'Ord May 16
upon Hull Pet May 26_Ord May 26 BIBKETT, GEORGE, Blackburn, Commission Agent June Day, THOMAS, ROBERT BURD, and EDWARD HYDE LEX, DAVIES, EDWARD, Bootle, Lancs, Grocer Liverpool Pet 10 at 2.30 Off Rec, 14, Chapel st, Preston
Monument bldgs. Fruit Brokeru High Court Pet May May 7 Ord May 25 BLACK, Bilas, South Shirlds, Publichouse Manager June 18 Ord May 24
DEANE, WILLIAM HENRY, Carlisle, Painter Carlisle Pet 6 at 12 Off Rec, 80, Mosley st, Newcastle on Tyne DEWHURST, JOHN HENRY, and GEORGR LONGDEN, Sheffield May 27_Ord May 27 BUCKLEY, GEORGE, Chadderton, Lancs, Machinist June 9 Sheffield Pet April 26 Ord May 25
Douglas, ROBERT CHARLES, Sale, Chester, Commission at 4 Off Rec, Bank chmbrs, Queen st, Oldham ERWOOD, WILLIAM LEYCESTER, Putney, Advertising Agent Agent Manchester Pet May 27 Ord May 27 BYRNE, ARTHUR EDWARD, Lower Edmonton, Grocer June Wandsworth Pet May 18 Ord May 21
FARB, WILLIAM, Stratford upon Avon, Baker Warwick 3 at 3 Off Rec, 95, Temple chmbrs, Temple av
Evans, HBNBY, Merthyr Tydfil, Tailor Merthyr Tydfil Pet May 23 Ord May 23 CLOUDSDALE, Joseph, Kendal, Licensed Victualler June Pet May 23'Ord May 23
Fritu, Mark, Sheffield, Saw Grinder Sheffield Pet May 11 at 12 Grosvenor Hotel, Stramongate, Kendal EVANS, JOSEPH, Llandilo Graban, Farmer Hereford Pet 27' Ord May 27 CROWTHER, CLARA, Cleckheaton, Yorks June 6 at 11 Off
May 24 Ord May 24
GRAHAM, WALTER, Buckingham st, Strand, Architect High Rec, 31, Manor row, Bradford
Fox, SAMUEL CRANE, Upper Clapton High Court Pet Court Pet April 27 Ord May 27 DAVIES, DANIEL, Pontypridd, Butter Merchant June 6 at April 15 Ord May 22
GREER, ALEXANDER, Newton, Manchester
Manchester 1265, High st, Merthyr Tydfil
FREEDMAN, JOSEPH, Cardiff, Cycle Manufacturer Cardiff Ord May 24 DEINTJE, JULIUS ADOLPH, Tottenham Court rd, Cabinet Pet May 23 Ord May 23
HARRIS, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Dudley, Confectioner DudMaker June 6 at 11 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st FULKES, CHARLES EDWARD, Wood Green, Paperhangings ley Pet May 14 Ord May 26 DEWHURST, JOHN HENRY, and GEORGE LONGDEN, Sheffield dealer Edmonton Pet April 28 Ord May 23
HAWKES, GASCOIGNE, Swansea, Solicitor
Swansea June 3 at 2.30 Off Rec, Figtree In, Sheffield
GILDER, SAMUEL, Commercial rd, Cigar Maker High Court April 21 Ord May 27 DUNN, ALICE SANDERS, Devonport, Refreshment House Pet April 27 Ord May 23
Hirte, Carl, Barbican, Manufacturer High Court Pet Keeper June 6 at 116, Atheneum ter, Plymouth GRIFFITHS, GEORGE HENRY, sen, and GEORGE HENRY May 12 Ord May 27 EATON, SAM, Sheffield, Monumental Mason June 8 at 2 GRIFYITAS, jun, Newport, Builders Newport, Mon JAMES, RICHARD PAYNE, Newlyn in Paul, Cornwall, Grosor Off Rec, Figtree ln, Sheffield Pet May 21 Ord May 25
Truro Pet May 27 Ord May 27 Fintu, Sidney, Leeds, Hardware Factor June 6 at 11 ON GUNN, Thomas, Bingham, Notts, Licensed Victualler OWEN, DAVID, Ashton under Lyne Ashton under Lyne Reo, 22, Park row, Leeds Nottingham Pet May 6 Ord May 24
Pet May 25 Ord May 25 FLOK, CHARLES WILLIAM, Stevenage, Hartford, Chemist Gwilt, GEORGE, Wolverhampton, Brick Burner Wolver- REID, EDMUND JOHN JAMES, Herne, Kent, Licensed VicJune 8 at 12 Bankruptcy bldgs, Carey st, hampton Pet May 24 Ord May 28
tualler Canterbury Pet May 28' Ord' May 26