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THE LAW TIMES.
BROCKMAN (Caroline Ellen), Shepherds well. July 13; Mowll and Mowll,
BOIZE (Louis William), Durand-grdns, Clapham-rd. July 17; Ody and
BURN (Robert), Green-lanes, N., and Old Broad-st, E.C. July 31; Kerly
BAKER (Henry), Horsham. June 30; Cotching and Son, Horsham. BURROWES (Henry Thomas), Hathern. July 1; J. Hands, Loughborough. BANKS (Sarah Ann), Wolverhampton. June 30, Underhill, Thorneycrott, and Smith, Wolverhampton.
CHANNON (John), Hammersmith. June 24; Doyle, Devonshire, and Co., 23, Bedford-row, W.C.
CAMPBELL (Fanny), Bournemouth, and 11, Sloane Gate-mans. July 8; Lawrence, Graham, and Co., 6, New-sq. Lincoln's-inn.
CAMERON, otherwise COOMBES (Harriet Sophia), Charlton. June 30; E. W. Sampson, 21, William-st, Woolwich.
CHATBURN (Catherine), Patricroft, Eccles. July 3; H. Faulkner Simpson, July 3; W. Negus, 36, Bloomsbury-sq,
CROFTS (Ernest), Piccadilly.
CUSSE (Edmund), Bromley. July 10; Wood and Sons, 16, Eastcheap, E.C.
CLEASE (Robert Stephen), Westminster, and Pevensey Bay. June 30; Batten, Proffitt, and Scott, 13, Victoria-st, S. W.
CHALLANS (Ann), Sleaford. June 30; Andrew and Thompson, Lincoln. CASTLE (Eliza Jane Hutton), Newport. July 6; J. Eldridge and Sons, Newport, I. of W.
CHAPMAN (Elizabeth), Lee. July 10, Lindus and Hortin, St. Lawrence House, Trump-st, E.C. CARTER (Alfred Bonham), South Kensington. July 4; Thorold, Brodie, and Bonham Carter, 4. Regent-st, S. W.
CHAPMAN (George William), Deptford, or
CHURCH (Daniel), Woldingham. June 27; Cole and Jackson, 35, Essexst, Strand.
CAMPBELL (William Bernard). Plowden-bldgs, Middle Temple. July 3; C. Russell and Co., 37, Norfolk-st, Strand, W.C.
COLLIER (Amy Howard, Hove. July 5; H. E. Trangmar, Hove. DICKINSON (Rev. Richard), Cannock and Aber. July 1, A. C. Gillman, 3, Southampton-st, High Holborn, W.C.
DELL (William Thomas), Totteridge. July 3; H. H. Wells and Sons. Church End, Finchley.
EDWARDS (Charles), Winchester. July 7; Verrall and Sons, Worthing. FARRAR (Sarah Ann), Shaw. July 1; W. Wiles, Richdale.
FRY (Louisa Jane), Hobart, Tasmania. July 12; E. C. Rawlings and Butt, 2, Walbrook, E.C.
GOOD (Sarah Ann), West Kirby. June 21; Bromley and Hyde, Ashtonunder-Lyne.
GIESE (Emma Margarethe Anna), Gerrard's Cross.
July 3; Thorold,
July 22; Baldwin, Weeks, and Baldwin,
Brodie, and Bonham Carter, 4. Regent-st, S.W. GODDARD (James, the elder), Marple. June 16; J. Grundey, Stockport. GREEN (Samuel), Clitheroe.
GROVE (William Edward), New Barnet. June 24; H. Irving Draper, Westminster.
GREENWOOD (William), Ossett.
July 1; Tennant, Nevin, and Green
GIBSON (Matthew). Aurora Gold Mine, Maraisburg. South Africa.
HERIZ SMITH (Rev. Ernest John), Tarrant Hinton. July 1; Bowman
HILL (Oswald Charles), Oughtrington, Lymm, and Manchester. July 3;
HEWETT (Stephen Barber), South Norwood
Canning, and Arkell, Thornbury.
July 10; Crossman, Lloyd,
HILL (Robinson), Norton-on-Tees. July 18; F. Byers Watson, Stockton
HORSFIELD (Sidney), Bournemouth.
HAWKES (Ellen Anne), Hastings.
June 30; Rawlins and Rawlins,
July 18; Chalinder and Herington,
HARDWICK (Augustine Helena), Owston Ferry. June 30; Peake, Bird,
HINDE (Lady Jane Selina Elizabeth), Slough. July 6, A. and H. White,
12 and 14, Great Marlborough-st, W.
HARDCASTLE (Elizabeth), Pendleton.
July 3; Crofton, Craven, and
HALSEY (James), London Colney. July 15; Boyes and Son, Barnet.
IRBY (Hon. and Rev. Llewellyn Charles Robert), Whiston. July 15;
JOHNSON (Sarah Jane), Wapping. June 12; Haynes, Robinson, and Co.,
JONES (Hannah Highfield [des Champs]), Northwich. July 1; R. Davies
JAMES (Frank Herbert), Stanmore, and 12, Coleman-st. July 6; R. A. F.
JACOBS (Samuel), Gower-st. July 9; Beyfus and Beyfus, 69, Lincoln's-inn-
KEEN (William McLeod), Camden Town. July 11; Kimbers and Boatman, 79, Lombard-st, E.C.
LYNE (John Edward), Hull, hosier. His creditors and creditors of the
LEVIS (Charlotte Elizabeth), Te Puke, New Zealand. July 10; Murray,
MIERS (Col. Capel Henry), Coleford. July 1; Pritchard, Englefield, and
Vicarage, Hampton Hill.
NIGHTINGALE (Emma Jane). Gravesend. July 22; W. W. Young, Son,
and Ward, 24. Ely-pl, Holborn, E.C.
NORGROVE (Herbert), Horsehay. June 30; Dean and Espley, Wellington,
OSMOND (John), Totteridge. July 15: Boves and Son. Barnet.
PRESTON (Rev. Percy Rawson), Clavadel. Davos Platz, Switzerland.
PARSONS (Charles John), Erdington. July 8; Cottrell and Son, Birming-
PRICE (Amelia). Clifton. June 30: Salmon and Cumberland, Bristol.
PEARCE (Thomas Josep'. Widgery) Swansea. June 14; Gee and Edwards,
PACKHAM (Benjamin, Burgess Hill. July 3; Maynard and Smith,
PARKIN (Stephen), Exelby. July 15; Edmundson and Gowland, Masham.
Ward and Sheffield."
SMITH (Rev. Thomas), York. July 1: W. H. Cobb and Son, York.
TEDEN (Edward), Broad-st, Golden-sq, W., and Romford. July 1; Hunt and Hunt, Komfora.
TOWNLEY (Isabella), Clitheroe. July 19; Baldwin, Weeks, and Baldwin. Clitheros.
THOMAS (Margaret), Hightown, Manchester. July 4; J. H. Lloyd, Manchester.
TOWNSEND (Very Rev. William Chambers), St. Leonards-on-Sea. July 4,
UNDERWOOD (James), Coventry, July 4; H. I. Mander, Coventry.
WILKIN (Marianne), Bournemouth. July 8; Huntley and Son, Bankchmbrs, 92, Tooley-st. SE.
WOODS (Richard), Litherland. July 1: Dixon and Svers, Liverpool. WALLIS (Edwin Albert), Harlesden, and WALLIS (Grace). July 2, Pierr n and Ellis, 10, Vernon-st, West Kensington, W.
WORGER (James Barnard), Fulham. July 8; Gery and Brooks, 10, Old Cavendish-st, Cavendish-sq. W.
WALMSLEY (Francis), Manchester. July 3; Makinson, Rainer, Son, and Wolstenholme. Manchester.
At the annual general meeting of the Sun Insurance Office held on Wednesday, Mr. Marlborough R. Pryor spoke of the tendency in recent years for a general reduction in the rates of fire premiums, due to better construction, improved perfection of appliances, and still more, he hoped, to the better moral tone of mankind in general. Also insane competition reduced rates far below a point prudent or advisable. The losses paid and outstanding of their office were at the rate of 44 per cent. and he himself could not recall so low a ratio. Expenses of management were 36.81 per cent. However, the expenses of the year under review had been provided for to some After reserving as extent by money set aside for the bicentenary. unearned 40 per cent. of the premiums to cover liabilities under a credit balance of £345,491, the profit current policies there was without interest being £277,572. This was £35,000 better than last year, which, in its turn, was the best year they had experienced. After dealing with the three accounts-the accident, burglary and It was general, and employers' liability-he said the interest from investments had increased steadily, having risen to £114,000. proposed to deduct the income tax from the dividend-the increase in the dividend was from 10s. net per share to 128. gross, so that the actual increase was about 18. 34d. per share clear-and to apply £120,000 of the unappropriated balance of £462,105 to increase by 10s. per share, the amount paid up on the 240,000 shares issued, making them £1 per share paid. He moved the adoption of the report, which was agreed to.
PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.
Information intended for publication under the above heading should reach us not later than Thursday morning in each week, as publication is otherwiso delayed.
Mr. T. A. COLCLOUGH, of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, has been appointed Deputy Attorney-General of the Province of Saskatchewan. Mr. ARTHUR STEWART DUFFIELD, M.A., of the firm of Duffield and Son, Chelmsford, has been appointed Registrar of Chelmsford County Court, in succession to his father. Mr. Duffield was admitted in 1894. Mr. FREDERICK LINTON, of the arm of Woodcock, Stobart, and Co., solicitors, Wigan, has been appointed a Commissioner for Oaths. Mr. Linton was admitted in 1899.
Mr. HERBERT E. SANDFORD, solicitor, 16, St. James-row, Sheffield, has been appointed a Commissioner for taking Affidavits for all the Divisions of the Supreme Court of South Africa. Mr. Sandford was admitted in 1892.
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THE annual general meeting of the members will be held in the hall of the society on Friday, the 7th July next, at 2 p.m. The following are the names of the members of the council retiring by rotation: Messrs. Botterell, Budd, Dowson, W. E. Foster, Margetts, Oldham, Paine, and Rawle, Sir A. K. Rollit, and Mr. Stone. So far as is known, with the exception of Mr. Foster, Mr. Paine, and Mr. Rawle, they will be nominated for re-election. There is one other vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Pennington. By order,
S. P. B. BUCKNILL, Secretary.
This department being open to free discussion on all Professional topics, the Editor does not hold himself responsible for any opinions or statements contained in it.
KING EDWARD NATIONAL MEMORIAL-As a member of the council of the King Edward National Memorial, which has for its object the Baving of the Crystal Palace to the nation and Empire for ever, and particularly in view of the fact that the palace is for sale at the receiver's hands, and otherwise might suffer an unfortunate end, or become a standing disgrace to our national pride, I venture to make an appeal to my fellow Freemasons to support the excellent scheme known as the King Edward National Memor al, and thus help to save the palace and its grounds as a fine centre for recreation, amusement, and education, and to enable us, by our adoption of businesslike and up-to-date methods, to transform the palace failure into a creditable success. If each Freemason will send something the result is assured. The council are giving a free life admission ticket to the Crystal Palace to every contributor of one guine, whilst a contribution of £1000 entitles the donor to a vote in the appointment of managers. Full particulars may be obtained from, and cheques 'Lloyd's Bank, St. James' Branch," should be addressed to, crossed .. the Right Hon. the Earl of Kinnoull, D.L., The King Edward National Memorial Offices, 26, Shaftesbury-avenue, W., or may be paid into almost any bank throughout the country, some thousands of which are receiving subscriptions. W. P. TRELOAR.
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8. FINANCE (1909-10) ACT 1910-INCREMENT VALUE DUTY.-In 1903 a mortgage of certain leaseholds and freeholds was given to A. A. died in Sept. 1910, and, principal and interest being much in arrear and it being necessary to wind-up A.'s estate, the leasehold portion of the mortgage was sold to B. under the usual power of sale. More than double the principal and interest was realised on sale by A.'e executors, and they, after deducting their principal, interest, and coste, paid the surplus over to a postponed mortgagee, who, after paying himself, handed over a considerable balance to the mortgagor, A.'s executors and the postponed mortgagee reconveying the freeholds. The assignment to B. has been or is being presented for increment value duty stamp "particulars delivered," no valuation having yet been made by the authorities. Does any liability, and what, rest on A.'s executors for payment of such duty (if any) at some remote period, or would the commissioners look to the mortgagor, he having presumably furnished the usual Form 4? It was obviously impossible to deduct the duty on handing over surplus to the mortgagor, and, of course, he could not be expected to wait for his surplus until the authorities assessed the duty, and would naturally have objected to any estimated sum being retained therefor. An answer by some of your readers would oblige.
THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.
CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES.-SUMMER ASSIZES. THE following judges will remain in town: The Lord Chief Justice of England, Darling, J., A. T. Lawrence, J., and Hamilton, J., during the whole of the circuits; the other judges till their respective commission days.
Notice. In cases where no date in parentheses is appended, both civil and criminal business must be ready to be taken on the first working day; in other cases the date appended indicates the day before which civil business will not be taken. In the case of circuit towns to which two judges go there will be no alteration in the old practice.
NORTH-EASTERN (GRANTHAM and SCRUTton, JJ.).
Leeds (2), Monday, July 17.
3. Where any person served with a third party notice by a defendant or by a third party under these rules claims to be entitled to contribution or indemnity over against any person not a party to the action he may by leave of the court or a judge issue a third party notice to that effect; and the preceding rules as to third party procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis to every notice so issued, and the expressions "third party notice" and "third party in these rules shall apply to and include every notice so issued and every person served with such notice respectively.
ORDER XXII., RULE 17.
6. Where the amount for which security to be given does not exceed £500 such security may be given by an undertaking in the form specified in the appendix to these rules, which may be cited as Form No. 21A cf Appendix L of the Rules of the Supreme Court. Such undertaking shall be signed by the receiver and his surety or sureties, or in the case of a guarantee or other company shall be sealed with the seal of such company. The undertaking shall be filed in the Central Office or where the proceedings are pending in a district registry in such registry, and kept as of record until the same shall have been duly vacated.
ORDER LIV., RULE 12, CLAUSE (E).
7. Order LIV., r. 12, clause (e) shall be read as if the words "Charging Orders" were added at the end of the clause.
the reference be to the registrar alone or to the registrar assisted by one or more merchants or other assessor.
(2) Within twenty-one days from the day when the order for the reference is made, or an agreement for a reference is filed, the claimant shall file the claim and vouchers, and affidavite. if any, and, except in a limitation action, serve copies thereof on the opposite party; failing which the court may, on the application of any other party, dismiss the claim.
(3) The claimant shall, except in a limitation action, after the filling of the claim and vouchers, obtain a day for the reference either by summons or by agreement, and when such day has been obtained he shall lodge in the registry a notice praying to have the reference placed in the list for hearing with the stamps for the reference affixed
(4) In a limitation action the day for the reference will, after the expiration of the time limited by the court for the filing of claims, be appointed by the registrar; and upon receiving notice thereof, the plaintiff shall place the reference in the list for hearing by lodg ing a notice as mentioned in Rule 3.
(5) At the time appointed for the reference, if the counsel solicitor for any party be present, the reference may be proceeded with, but the registrar may adjourn the reference from time to time, as he may deem proper.
(6) Evidence may be given viva voce or by affidavit, or in such other manner as may be agreed upon, and the evidence may, on the application of either party, but at the expense in the first instance of the party on whose behalf the application is made, be taken down by a shorthand writer appointed by the court, and in such case a transcript of the shorthand writer's notes, certified by him to be correct, shall be admitted to prove the oral evidence of the witnesses on an objection to the registrar's report.
(7) Counsel may attend the hearing of a reference, but the expenses attending the employment of counsel shall not be allowed on taxation, unless the taxing officer shall be of opinion that the attendance of counsel was necessary.
(8) The registrar shall in bis report make such order as he shall think fit, as to the costs of the reference.
(9) The claimant, or in a limitation action the plaintiff, who has received notice from the registry that the report is ready, shall, within six days from the time when he has received such notice, file the report and serve a notice of such filing on the opposite party, or in a limitation action on the claimants.
(10) If the claimant shall not take the steps prescribed in Rule 9 the opposite party may take up and file the report, and apply for its confirmation, or may apply to the court to have the claim dismissed with costs. In a limitation action, if the plaintiff shall not take the steps prescribed in Rule 9, a claimant may take up and file the report and apply for its confirmation.
(11) A party who intends to object to the registrar's report shall, within fourteen days from the notice of the filing of the report, file in the registry a notice that he objects to the report, and a copy thereof shall be served on the opposite party.
(12) An objection to a report shall be brought before the court either by motion, or on petition in objection to the report, and an answer thereto. A notice of motion in objection to a report shall be filed within ten days from the filing of the notice of objection, and a petition shall be filed within the same time, and served on the opposite party, and the answer thereto shall be filed within ten days from the service of the petition, and a copy served on the opposite party.
(13) All the rules respecting the pleadings and proofs in an action, and the printing thereof, shall, so far as they are applicable, apply to the pleadings, proofs, and printing in an objection to a report of the registrar. ·
(14) This order shall apply to references in district registries, as well ay to references in the principal registry.
ORDER LXII., RULE 5.
10. Order XLII., r. 5, shall be read as if the word "three" were substituted for the word 66 se ven "therein.
ORDER LXII., RULE 14A.
. 11. Every judgment or order shall unless otherwise ordered be drawn up and entered within fourteen days from the date thereof, and if any judgment or order shall not have been drawn up and entered within the time aforesaid the registrar responsible for the drawing up of such order shall report to the judge in writing as to the reason why the provisions of this rule have not been complied with, and whether in his opinion any and which of the parties or their solicitors are responsible for the delay, and thereupon the judge may direct such parties or solicitors to attend before him, and may unless a satisfactory explanation be forthcoming make such order as to the payment of all or any part of the costs of drawing up and entering the judgment order as he shall think fit. He may also direct that as against any party responsible for such delay the time for appealing trom such judgment or order shall run as from the date when the same ought to have been drawn up and entered in accordance with this rule.
ORDER LXII., RULE 14B.
12. In all actions or matters tried in the Chancery Division with witnesses the judgment or order shall unless the judge for some special reason otherwise direct be drawn up without entering the evidence.
ORDER LXII., RULE 14c.
13. If any judgment or order as last aforesaid be appealed, it shall be the duty of the appellant within four days after service of the notice of appeal to take an appointment before the registrar for the purpose of eettling a echedule of the evidence used at the bearing. In tettling such schedule the same procedure shall be followed as herein before provided with regard to the drawing up of orders. If there shall be any dispute between the parties as to what evidence shall be entered as read, the matter shall be adjourned to the judge before whom the action or matter was tried, and he shall decide the question in dispute, and may give such directions as to the costs of the adjournment as he may think fit. Subject to such direction (if any) the costs of settling the said schedule shall be costs in the appeal. The echedule of evidence shall be signed by the registrar but shall not be entered nor shall the judgment or order be amended so as to incorporate the same unless the Court of Appeal shall so direct.
ORDER LXII., RULE 14D.
14. If at the trial of such action or matter the parties shall bave agreed that any bundle of copy, correspondence, or of other documents shall be taken as put in subject to all just exceptions as to whether any of the documents in such bundle are evidence or otherwise such bundle shall be marked by the registrar for identification and entered as put in saving all just exceptions, without referring to the particular documents actually read. The appellant shall within ten days after the said schedule has been signed by the registrar give notice to the respondent which of the said documents he intends to read on the appeal and he shall not be bound to supply copies for the use of the Court of Appeal of any documents not included in such notice unless as to any further document or documents some respondent shall by notice in writing specifying such document or documents and delivered at least ten days before the hearing of the appeal require him so to do. The Court of Appeal may on the hearing of the appeal make such special order as they think fit in reference to any costs occasioned by any notice under this rule or thrown away by supplying copies of documents which are not admissible in evidence or are unnecessary for the purposes of the appeal, but subject to such special order, if any, the existing power of the taxing master shall not be affected by this rule.
I of in the county of the receiver (and manager) appointed by order dated (or proposed to be appointed) in this action hereby undertake with the court to duly account for all moneys and property received by me as such receiver (or manager) or for which I may be held liable and to pay the balances from time to time found due from me and to deliver any property received by me as such receiver (or manager) at such times and in such manner in all respects as the court or a judge shall direct.
hereby jointly and severally (a) undertake with the court to be answerable for any default by the said as such receiver (or manager) and upon such default to pay to any person or persons or otherwise as the court or a judge shall direct any eum or sums not exceeding in the whole £ that may from time to time be certified by a master of the Supreme Court to be due from the said receiver and we submit to the jurisdiction of the court in this action to determine any claim made under this undertaking.
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL.
The Bombay Rurmah Trading Corporation Limited . Aga Mahomed Khalees Shirazee: No. 95 of 1910. (Part beard.) (Madras). Record received, Aug. 21, 1910. Set down for hearing, April 24. 1911.
Sukbraj Roy. Morrison and others: No. 59 of 1910 (Bengal). Record received, April 28, 1910. Set down for hearing, Nov. 27, 1910.
Madappa Hegde bin Ganap Hegde and others v. Ramkrishna Narayan Bhat and others: No. 109 of 1910 (Bombay). Record received, Sept. 29, 1919. Set down for hearing. April 26, 1911.
(a) In the case of a guarantee or other company strike out jointly and severally.
Ko Tha Hoyin r. Ma Hnin I.: No. 142 of 1910 (Lower Burma). Record received,
Raja Sri Sri Durga Prasad Singh v. Braja Nath Bose and others: No. 108 of 1910
Mir Sarwarjan v. Fakhruddin Mahomed Chowdhuri and others: No. 26 of 1910 (Bengal). Record received, Feb. 19, 19.0. Set down for hearing, May 26, 1911. Saiyid Muhammad Said Khan v. Ali Azhar and others: No. 102 of 1910 (N. W. Prov., Allahabad). Record received, Sept. 7. 1910. Set down for hearing, May 29, 1911. Nawab Ibrahim Ali Khan v. Nawab Muhammad Ahsan Ullah Khan and another; Nawab Muhammad Ahsan Ullah Khan and another v. Nawab Ibrahim Alt Khan: No. 16 of 1910 (Punjab). (Consolidated appeals.) Record received, Jan. 25, 1910. Set down for hearing. May 31, 1911.
Mirza Sadik Husain v. Musammat Kaniz Zohra Begam: No. 101 of 1910 (Oudh). Record received, Sept. 7, 1910. Set down for hearing, May 31, 1911. Maharaja Rameshwar Singh Bahadur v. The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 21 of 1911 (Bengal). Record received, March 11, 1911. Set down for hearing, June 1, 1911. Jit Singh, since deceased (now represented by Raghuraj Singh and others) and another. Maharaj Singh: No. 5 of 1910 (N. W. Prov., Allahabad). Record received, Jan. 6, 1910. Set down for hearing, June 1, 1911.
Bir Bikram Des v. The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 42 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council. Bir Bikram Deo.: No 43 cf 1910; Thakur Umrao Singh v. The Secretary of State for India in Council; No. 44 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council v. Thakur Umrao Singh: No. 45 of 1910; Lal Fatehsingh v. The Secretary of State for India in Council i No. 46 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council v. Lal Fatehsingh: No. 41 of 1910; Same r. Thakur Manihar Singh: No. 48 of 1910; Same v. Bir Bikram Deo: No. 49 of 1910; Thakur Vishwanath Singh v. The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 50 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council v. Thakur Vishwanath Singh: No. 51 of 1910: Lal Jagmohan Singh . The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 52 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council v. Lal Jagmohan Singh: No. 53 of 1910; Same v. Lal Phulsingh: No. 54 of 1910: Lal Chhatra Shah, since deceased (now represented by Lal Nagendra Shah, minor) v. The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 55 of 1910; The Secretary of State for India in Council e. Lal Chhatra Shah, since deceased (now represented by Lal Nagendra Shah, minor): No. 56 of 1910 (Central Provinces, India). (Consolidated appeals.) Record received, April 13, 1910. Set down for hearing, June 1, 1911.
COLONIAL (EXCEPTING CANADIAN) AND OTHER APPEALS. Forbes v. Newhall: No. 64 of 1910 (Constantinople). Record received, May 11, 1910. Set down for hearing, April 21, 1911. Part heard.
De Soysa and another v. Pless Poil and another: No 58 of 1910 (Ceylon). Record received, April 18, 1910. Set down for hearing, May 15, 1911.
Idroos Lebbe Maricar Abdul Azeez v. Mohamed Ismail Abdul Rahiman Mudliyar: No. 129 of 1910 (Ceylon). Record received, Nov. 29, 1910. Set down for hearing, May 15, 1911.
Samaradiwakara and another v. de Saram and others: (No. 14 of 1911): de Saram and others v. Samaradiwakara and another: No. 15 of 1911 (Ceylon). (Consolidated appeals.) Record received, March 4, 1911. Set down for hearing,
May 31, 1911.
Allardice and another v. Alla dice and others: No. 12 of 1911 (New Zealand). Record received, Feb. 18, 1911. Set down for hearing, May 31, 1911.
The King v. Lovi t and others: No. 106 of 1910 (Canada, Supreme Cour.). Record received, Sept. 23, 1910. Set down for hearing, April 20, 1911.
The City of Vancouver v. The Vancouver Lumber Company and another: No. 17 of 1911 (British Columbia). Record received, March 4, 1911. Set down for hearing, May 26, 1911.
The Canadian Northern Railway Company . Robinson and another: No. 127 of 1910 (Canada, Supreme Court. Kecord received, Nov. 28, 1910. Set down for hearing, May 29, 1911.
The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Cympany . The Landowners fronting on Empireavenue and McKellar or Hardisty street, Fort William, and others: No. 126 of 1910 (Canada, Supreme Court). Record received, Nov. 28, 1910. Set down for hearing, May 30, 1911.
The Haddington Island Quarry Company Limited v. Huson and others; No. 43 of 1911 (British Columbia). Record received, May 8, 1911. Set down for hearing, May 31, 1911,
The Dominion Cotton Mills Company Limited and others v. Amyot and others (respondents) and Brunet (intervenant): No. 53 of 1911 (Quebec). Record received, June 1, 1911. Set down for hearing June 1, 1911.
Maung Kyin and another r. Ma Shwe La and others: No. 61 of 1910 (Lower Burma). Record received, April 30. 1910. Set down for hearing, Jan. 12, 1911. Heard Feb. 17, 22, and 24, 1911. Present: Lords Macnagaten and Robson, Sir Arthur Wilson, and Mr. Ameer Ali
Wyatt and others v. The Attorney-General of the Province of Quebec: No. 46 of 1909 (Canada, Supreme Court). Record received, July 6, 1909 Set down for hearing, Jan. 11, 1911. Heard March 1, 2, and 6, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Mersey, and Robson, and Sir Arthur Wilson.
Davis v. Maung Shwe Go: No. 120 of 1910 (Lower Burma). Record received, Nov. 5, 1910. Set down for hearing March 22, 1911. Heard, March 29 and 30, 1911. Present: Lords Atkinson and Robson, Sir Arthur Wilson, and Mr. Ameer Ali. Lapointe and others v. Larin: No. 24 of 1910 (Canada, Supreme Court) Record received, Feb. 19, 1910. Set down for hearing, Feb. 4, 1911. Heard May 5, 1911. Present: Viscount Haldane, and Lords Macnaghten, Mersey, and Robson. The Li Yue Bank . The China Import and Export Lumber Company Limited: No. 79 of 1909 (China). Record received, Nov. 8, 1909. Set down for hearing, March 27, 1911. Heard May 5 and 9, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Mersey, and Robson.
Tackey . McBain: No 72 of 1910 (China). Record received, May 28, 1910. Set down for hearing, April 19, 1911. Heard May 12 and 15, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Mersey, and Robson.
The Perth Gas Company Limited r. The Mayor and Councillors of the City of Perth: No. 110 of 1910 (Western Australia). Record received, Oct. 10, 1910. Set down for bearing, April 24, 1911. Heard May 17, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Atkinson, Mersey, and Robson.
Kaikhusru Aderji Ghaswala and others v. The Secretary of State for India in Council: No. 80 of 1910 (Bombay). Record received, June 23, 1910. Set down for hearing, Feb. 21, 1911. Heard May 18, 19, and 28, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Atkinson, and Robson, and Mr. Ameer Ali.
Maharaja Jagadindra Nath Roy Bahadur r. Rani Hemanta Kumari Debi and others: No. 54 of 1909 (Record received, July 26, 1909); Same . Bhaba Prasad Khan Chowdhuri and others: No. 55 of 1909 (cord received, July 26, 1909); Bhaba Prasad Khan Chowdhuri r. Maharaja Jagadindra Nath Roy Bahaour: No. 60 of 1909 (Record received, Aug. 9, 1909); Kani Hemanta Kumari Debi v Same: No. 61 of 1909 (Record received, Aug 9, 1909); Hem Chandra Chowduri v.
Same: No. 62 of 1909 (Record received, Aug. 9. 1999); ́Maharaja Jagadindra Nath Roy Bahadur v. Hem Chandra Chowdhuri and others: No. 66 of 1909 (Record received, Aug. 18, 1909) (Bengal). (Consolidated appeals.) Set down for hearing, Feb. 2, 1911, Heard May 28, 24, and 25, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Atkinson, and Robson, and Mr. Ameer Ali,
Madho Prasad r. Mahant Ramrattan Gir and another: No. 25 of 1910 (Bengal). Record received, Feb. 19, 1910. Set down for hearing, March 21, 1911. Heard May 26, 1911. Present: Lords Macnaghten, Atkinson, and Robson, and Mr. Ameer Ali
171 Hanau v. Joel and others. Com- 1570 Williams v. Motor Jobmasters mission
1515 Stirling v. Kensington. Money received.
1517 E. Rudolph - Pollex and another v. Appleby and Wife. Pers. inj.
1518 V. C. Rudolph-Pollex r. Same. Pers. inj.
1519 Appleby v. Pollex. Pers. inj. 1527 Parker r. Nicholson. Pers, inj. 1545 Curry and another v. Londo General Omnibus Company Limited and another. Pers. inj.
1549 Attorney-General v. Hooley. Infor
1562 Liebenrood v. Pullman and another. Contract
1567 Queely. Swan Sonnenschein and Co. Limited and another. Libel 1568 Same v. Cunliffe. Libel
22 Grover and Grover Limited v. Langford. Negligence.
42 Bernard and Wife v. Mewburn. Fraud. reps.
43 Same r. John Miles and Co. Fraud. reps.
170 Loudon General Omuibus Company Limited v. Holloway. Covenant 271 Jensen v. Great Western Railway Company. Negligence
747 Leamore v. Macnaghten and another. Slander
Limited and another. Pers. inj. 1571 Lindner and another v. Goodden and others. Negligence 1578 Warden v. General Motor Cab Com. pany. Pers. inj.
1579 Illingworth v. Margetts Tyre Company. Contract
1583 Vokins and Co. Limited . Port of London Authority. Negligence 1587 Brockett v. Armstrong. Contract 1592 Reeves and Prust v. Wertheimer. Stockbroker's acct. 1594 Trevanion v. Kendal. Slandor 1595 Kiltz v. Sea Steamship Company L mited. Pers. inj. 1600 Ashburnham-Clement r. John Bull Limited and others. Libel 1605 Stormont v. Wyatt. Stockbroker's.
1619 Danzey r. Metropolitan Bank of England and Wales Limited. Money received 1624 Cox and another r. Newnes. Commission
1627 Douglas v. Singleton. Breach of p omise
1632 Miller r. Temple Press Limited. Account
1641 Paine . Hooley and others. Con
1649 Davies v. Palace Theatre Limited. Contract
1659 Frere v. Fiere. Libel
1660 Ogle v. Butterfield. Contract 1661 Hirsch v. S. Myers and others. Libel 1667 Johnson, Riddle, and Co. Limited r. London Society of Compositors and others. Libel
1681 Giles v. National Telephone Com❤ pany. Pers. inj. 1682 J. Pollak and Co. v. Duke of Manchester. Stockbroker's acct. 1683 Wolfe-Barry v. Debenham and Freebody. Pers, inj.
1685 Bass v. Hendon Urban District Council. Pers. inj. 1689 Smart and another v. Edwards. Trover
1782 Savill and another v. Acton Urban District Council. Injunction 1470 Becker and Co. Limited and another 1735 A. Latimer and Co. Limited . . O, Reich and Co. Libel Wallace. Libel.
1613 Russell and another v. Chirgwin. Declaration
1616 Burford v. London County Council. Negligence
1621 Verger v. Harris. Trespass 1626 Preece v. Great Eastern Motor Omnibus Company Limited and others. Pers. inj.
1628 Jarrott Limited v. Midland Rubber Company. Contract
1724 Edwards. Beau Sejour (Ceylon) Tea and Rubber Company Limited. Contract
1725 Same v. Meares and others. Fraud. горе.
1726 Cattermole v. Edmonds, Denham, and Goyder Limited. Pers. inj. 1728 Westbrooke v. Bos wall. Contract 1729 Jay v. Day. Contract 1734 Bridgwater v. Evens. Contract.
The cases Numbers 1341 to 419 inclusive are the cases likely to be heard during the first week of the sittings.
Some of the following Numbers will be in the List for Trial on Tuesday, the 13th June: Nos. 1341 to 1434 inclusive.
1941 Heath v. Drown. Detinue 1383 London and Provincial Furnishing Company . Mountjoy and Co. and others. Distress
851 T. Henderson and Co. Limited v. Young. Issue. (June 15)
1144 Harding and another v. Iles and another. Goods sold
1331 Ellis and others v. Jones. Work Hartlepool Electric Tramways Company Limited and others v. Mayor, &c. of West Hartlepool. Contract. (June 14)
1352 Nelson and another v. Layzell. Contract. (June 15)
1391 Baxtor v. Kenarlekdji and another. Bill
1402 Brooke v. Clark. Issue
1403 Hack v. Cohen. Indemnity. 1420 Temperance Permanent Building Society v. Hunt and Wife. Posseasion 1434 Cotton
v. Briscoe. Stockbroker's 1199 Newland v. Clark. Money paid
1439 Lawton v. Wilkinson. Commission
1446 Chariton v. Same. Contract
1456 Henderson v. Samuelson. Detinue
1477 Rendall and another v. May. Goods
1478 Ward v. Philp. Contract
1533 Fondu v. Calthorpe Motor Company Limited. Contract
1544 D. Drage and Sons Limited v. Ralston and another. Distress 1547 Pizer East End Dwalings Company Limited. Covenant
1550 Wood . Earl de la Warr. Money paid
1556 Shirley r.
Limited and others. Copyright 558 Hammett e. Herwig. Bili 1563 Child e. Slade. Contract
1421 St. Pancras Borough Council National Telephone Company. Negligence
1461 Weiner and another r. Von Arkovay, Goods sold Work 1484 Hooker v. Tanner and Son. 1557 McElroy v. Macartney. Contract 1154 W. Stading and Co. Limited Morris. Contract 1247 Alison v. Venables and Co. Bill 1597 Reynolds v. Knight. Commission 1599 Roodhouse v. Burt. Issue
1601 Bradley and Cohn Limited v. Ramsay and Co. Detinue
1606 Kite v. Whitehead. Contract
1623 Daimler Motor Company (1904) r.
1634 Le Quex r. Le Quex. Contract 1662 Moy. Hardman, and Co. r. Satchwell. Stockbroker's acct. 1663 Shilliam v. Unity Rubber Company Limited. Contract. Bill 1679 Stewart v. Smith. Detinue 1680 Haye . Levi. 1684 Jeffery r. Jeffery. Money lent 1692 Moore v. Chatterton and another. Work
THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890, RECEIVING ORDERS.
GAZETTE, JUNE 2.
To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy.
BAXTER, MICHAEL PAGET, Barnsbury-pk, engineer. May 30.
STEPHENSON, ROBERT OWEN WESTERN, New Kent-rd, manager of a limited company. May 30
SCHOLFIELD, WALTER CLEMENT, Sackville-st, Piccadilly, tailor. May 29.
To surrender at their respective District Courts.
BEAN, FRED, late Keighley, grocer. Ct. Bradford. May 31.
BESWICK, EDWARD, Rochdale, chip potato dealer. Ct. Rochdale. May 29. CAIRNS, WILLIAM JORDAN, late Eastwood, licensed victualler. Ct. Cheimsford. May 29.
dealer. Ct. Pontypridd,
COOK, THOMAS, York, waiter. Ct. York. May 29.
EVANS, LEMUEL, New Tredegar, labourer. Ct. Tredegar. May 31.
JACK AND CO., Blackpool, tea merchants. Ct. Preston. May 29.
LOVELESS, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bournemouth, electric theatre proprietor.
NORRIS, NEHEMIAH, Eccles, picture dealer. Ct. Salford. May 30.
POWELL, WILLIAM MORRIS, Pontycymmer, wheelwright. Ct. Cardiff.
RANDLE, THOMAS, Coventry, builder. Ct. Coventry. May 31.
SHORT, ALFRED ERNEST, Petworth, market gardener. Ct. Brighton. May 31.
SEERS, CHARLES WILLIAM, late Bath, coal merchant. Ct. Bath. May 30. SHEWARD, EDWIN THOMAS, Dudley, cattle dealer. Ct. Dudley. May 30. SARGENT, JOHN GEORGE, late Kilsby, licensed victualler. Ct. Peterborough. May 30.
WORRALL, EDWARD CHARLES, and JOHNSON, FREDERICK (trading as E. C. Worrall and Co.), Kingston-upon-Hull, timber merchants. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull. May 29.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Chapeltown, builder. Ct. Barnsley. May 29.
Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, May 30. HUGHES, DOROTHY, Llanfairfechan, publican, widow. Ct. Bangor. May 26.
GAZETTE, JUNE 6.
To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. BAMBER, JAMES WILSON, Gray's-inn-sq, collector of fee farm rents. June 2.
EVANS, GEORGE, Glencoe-mansions, Chapel-st, Brixton, builder. June 2,
MAXSTED, TEMPLE. late Hessle, captain in the army. June 2.
THOMAS, CHARLES, High-st, Camden Town, coffee-house keeper. June 1.