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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 otherwise delayed.
Mr. WALTER HUSSEY GRIFFITH, barrister-at-law, has been appointed Lecturer in Common Law at King's College. Mr. Griffith was called by the Inner Temple in 1887 and goes the South-Eastern Circuit.
Mr. PHILIP COHEN, of the firm of Philip Cohen and Slater, Birmingham, has been appointed a Commissioner for Oaths for all the Divisions of the Suprems Court of South Africa. Mr. Chen was admitted in 1894.
of deceased members, and further grants to the extent of £230 were made amongst widows and daughters of non-subscribers, and other general business transacted.
SOLICITORS' BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. THE usual monthly meeting of the board of directors was held at the Law Society's Hall, Chancery-lane, London, on the 4th inst., Mr. Maurice A. Tweedie in the chair. The other directors present were Messrs. A. Davenport, T. Dixon (Chelmsford), R. Ellett (Cirencester). C. Goddard, W. H. Gray, S. Harris (Leicester), L W. North Hickley, C. G. May, W. A. Sharpe, and W. M. Walters. A sum of £380 was distributed in grants of relief, thirty-one new members were admitted, and other general business was transacted.
THE LAW SOCIETY.
ATTENDANCES on the council and the committees (excluding the Discipline Committee) from the 31st May 1910 to the 29th May 1911 :
Mr. J. S. Beale ...
J. J. D. Bottereli
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C. A. Coward
LAW STUDENTS' JOURNAL.
To SECRETARIES.-Reports of meetings should reach the office not later than first post Thursday morning to ensure insertion in the current number.
COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION.
TRINITY EXAMINATION 1911.
THE following are the results of the general examination of students of the Inns of Court, held in Lincoln's-inn Hall, the 29th, 30th, and 31st May, and 1st and 2nd June 1911 :
Wilkinson, C. T., Middle Temple.
Sir H. Crawford
Mr. W. Dawes
R. W. Dibdin
99 W. E. Foster
W. H. Foster
Sir Edward Fraser, D.C.L. 15
Mr. S. Garrett
The Hon. R H. Lyttelton
Mr. C. B. Marget.s
THE ninety-fourth annual general court of the "Law Association for the Benefit of Widows and Families of Solicitors in the Metropolis and Vicinity" was held at the Law Society's Hall on the 31st ult., Mr. T. H. Gardiner (one_of_the_treasurers) in the chair. Among those present were Mr. E. T. H. Brandon, Mr. P. W. Chandler, Mr. F. W. Emery, Mr. J. E. W. Rider, Mr. G. L. Stewart, Mr. A. Toovey, Mr. Mark Waters, and Mr. W. M. Woodhouse (directors), and several members, including Messrs. E. J. Barron, J. C. Brookhouse, E. S. Courroux, T. S. Čartis, G. M Davey, C. F. Leighton, Peroy E. Marshall, P. G. C. Shaw, and E. E Barron, secretary. The directors' report for the year ending the 20th May states that the receipts of the association for the past year were as follows: Dividends on investments, £1348 83. 10d.; annual subscriptions, £345 98.; donations, £91 18.; total, £1784 183. 10d.; life subscriptions, £94 108. The expenses of the year amount to £241 68. 11d., leaving a balance of £1638 18. lld., which, with £654 198 3d. balance from 1910, made an available income for the year of £2293 1s. 2d. Out of the balance in hand the board has distributed £742 10s. amongst thirteen members' cases and £901 amongst forty nine non-members' cases, making the total relief granted £1643 10s.; and purchased £340 Great Indian Peninsular Three Per Cent. Stock at a cost of £334 133., leaving a cash balance in hand of £314 18s. 2d. toward the expenditure of the current year. Since the formation of the association in 1817 the relief granted to members and their families has amounted to £81,244, and to solicitors (non-members) and their families £18,926, making a grand total of £100,170. Twenty-six new members have joined the association during the past year, of whom nine are life members. Mr. Gardiner, the chairman, moved the adoption of the report, calling attention to the continual increase in the membership, and also to the increased claims on the association and assistance rendered during the past year. The motion having been seconded by Mr. Toovey, the report and balance-sheet were unanimously adopted. The Lord Chief Justice was re-elected president, and the vice-presidents, the directors, and other officers were re-appointed.
The usual monthly meeting of the directors was held at the Law Society's Hall on the 1st inst., Mr. W. P. Richardson in the chair. The other directors present were Mr. P. W. Chandler, Mr. F. W. Emery, Mr. T. H. Gardiner, Mr. J. E. W. Rider, Mr. G. L. Stewart, Mr. Mark Waters, and E. E. Barron (secretary). Grants amounting to £695 were voted for the ensuing year to the widows and daughters
Brown, W. F. W., Middle Temple Bruce, Hon. C. N., Inner Temple Christie, H. A. H., Inner Temple Constable, W. G., Inner Temple Mathur, G. P., Middle Temple Mitra, Sarat C., Lincoln's-inn Nelson, Isaac B., Middle Temple Pearson, R. L., Middle Temple Perrin, Eugene C., Inner Temple Sawhney, Deo Roy, Middle Temple Shillington, C. E., Gray's-inn Skinner, J. A. C., Lincoln's-inn Souter, Henry C., Lincoln's-inn
Abdussami, Syed, Middle Temple
Damant, H. K., Inner Temple
Dulanty, J. W., Middle Temple
Narang, Dina Nath, Lincoln's-inu
Rao, Tikkani C. K., Middle Temple
Robinson, H. L., Middle Temple
Abdoolcader, H. H., Lincoln's-inn
Egerton-Warburton, G., Inner
Elliott, M. L. F., Gray's-inn
Henry, James G., Inner Temple
Hurt, W. E., Middle Temple Hussain, Syed J., Middle Temple Izard, G. W., Middle Temple
Jaggarayudu, K., Lincoln's-inn
Examined, 164; passed, 99. Two candidates were ordered not to be admitted for examination again until the Hilary Examination 1912.
CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE.
Assumpção, P M. A., Middle Temple
Bhasker, C. S. A., Lincoln's-inn Brenan, John F., Middle Temple Coussey, James H., Middle Temple Davis, Percy Charles, Gray's-inn
Anderson, Alexander, Gray's-inn
Akbar, Mohammad, Lincoln's-inn
Gallop, C., Middle Temple Gregorson, J. A., Middle Temple James, A. T.. Middle Temple Mayer, Norman E., Inner Temple Moos, N. H., Middle Temple Quist, E. C., Middle Temple.
Judge, P. H., Middle Temple
Ludlow, Richard R., Gray's-inn
Munir, Syed M., Gray's-inn
Rhodes, E. H., Inner Temple
Aronson, Hugh, Lincoln's-inn
Chowdry, K. C. R., Middle
Cleaver, Ronald F., Inner Temple
Flynn, Charles J., Gray's-inn
Higgins, M. B., Inner Temple
Class II. (in
Morton, Fergus D., Inner Temple
Class III. (in
Ghosh, Batu K., Lincoln's-inn Meeke, W. S., Middle Temple Campbell, C. H. G., Gray's-inn Jolly, John C., Inner Temple.
Carleton, F. C., Gray's-inn
I Gorst, Elliot M., Inner Temple
Greaves, M. M., Middle Temple Greville-Smith, S. H., Middle Temple
Hanson, R. W., Lincoln's-inn Hashmi, M. Z. Middle Temple Haslam, R. A. McE., Inner Temple Heaton-Armstrong, J. D., Inner Temple
Lunn. H. G., Middle Temple M:burn, J. D., Middle Temple Newell, Arthur L., Gray's-inn Orr, Gordon B., Inner Temple Pande, Baji J. R., Gray's-inn Pantulu, Kolluri S., Gray's-inn Shah, Syed F., Lincoln's-inn Skerr. George E., Gray's-inn Somerset, R. H. E. H., Gray's-inn Stedman, T. B., Middle Temple Stomm, P. W. J. A., Inner Temple Surana, S. S., Middle Temple Thompson, H. B., Lincoln's-inn Watchorn, E. C., Middle Temple Wetenhall, W. T., Inner Temple Wilson, Stephen, Inner Temple. Five candidates were ordered not to be admitted for examination again until the Hilary Examination 1912.
Henry. F. McE., Gray's-inn
Le Marchant, S., Middle Temple
His Honour Judge FRANCIS HENRY BACON, Judge of the Bloomsbury and Whitechapel County Courts, died on the 10th inst. at his residence in Lancaster-gate-terrace, London, W. He had exchanged circuits for the month of May with Judge Granger, of the Cornwall County Courts. At the close of his work in Cornwall he fell ill, and only returned to London to die after a very short illness. His Honour was senior member of the County Court Bench, having been appointed by Lord Cairns in Nov. 1878. He was the third son of Sir James Bacon, who was Chief Judge in Bankruptcy from 1869 to 1883, and the last surviving Vice-Chancellor under the old system from 1870 to 1886. He was born in 1832, educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and called by Lincoln's-inn in 1856. He was secretary to Lord Justice Giffard from 1868 to 1870, and then to his father, the ViceChancellor, in 1870. In the first instance he was appointed to Circuit 42, and in 1879 to Circuit No. 39, which has since been absorbed into other circuits. The late judge had the reputation of a sound and accurate lawyer. He had a caustic tongue, and it was not often that he qualified his remarks in court if he found that they had ruffled the feelings of those whom they concerned. He prided himself on having no arrears, and it was well-nigh impossible to secure an adjournment. "The registrar is the keeper of my conscience," he said, “and I cannot allow arrears to grow up. The court is established for the more speedy recovery of small debts. If I allow adjournments for interlocutory proceedings, we should go back to the worst days of special pleading.' Said a counsel one day, "May I mention the case of -?" Judge Bacon: "What about it? It will take its turn." "Will your Honour say that you won't take it before the luncheon interval?" Judge Bacon: "I know of no such interval." This was true. The judge rarely left the Bench for more than a few minutes, and frequently parties who presumed on a longer absence, on returning found he had passed over their case. Judge Bacon's views on commitment for debt were very pronounced. The official returns showed that under his régime there were fewer committals and actual imprisonments than in any other County Court district. To lawyers his decisions were famous for their erudition. It was his decision in Helby v. Matthews which survived three successive attacks and saved the hire-purchase system from threatened extinction. He never married, but among his general knowledge, which was a marvel to the legal world, was a close acquaintance with all the details of domestic life. His judgments were, as a rule, short, but they often represented no inconsiderable amount of time and trouble, and though he detested adjourning a hearing, he had a keen perception of the advantages sometimes accruing from reserving judgment. He could be very stern when the need arose, but in a general way in dealing with advocates he achieved his object by means of the ready wit which was so conspicuously his possession. His linguistic attainmenta were exceptional, and in consequence something besides loss of time through the requisition of an interpreter was often avoided. He once defined an interpreter as "A man who translates a language he does not understand into one which he does not speak." He was an ideal judge for the Whitechapel district, where his keen observation and knowledge of men were very valuable in dealing with litigants of various races and tongues and of a low moral standard. The late judge's early life was in some degree overshadowed by the remarkable personality of his aged father, to whom his attention and care were unremittingly given. He was sixty-three when the ViceChancellor died, and he lived on in the paternal house. He had a fine taste in music, and was often to be seen at the meetings of the "Noblemen and Gentlemen" and of the Abbey Glee Club. On Sunday mornings-save for an occasional wandering to the Temple Church-he was usually to be found at the Chapel of Lincoln's-inn, of which he would sometimes say he was sorry not to be a Bencher. He will be missed at his country place at Compton Beauchamp, Shrivenham, where he cared for everything in the village, including the church. Much as he loved old things and old ways, he had of date years taken with a young enthusiasm to motoring.
Mr. WILLIAM BAILLIE SKENE, barrister-at-law, of Pitlour and Hallyards, Fife, died on the 10th inst. as a result of the heat. Mr. Skene was the second son of the late Mr. Patrick Skene, of Pitlaw House, Fife, and was born at Edinburgh on the 24th April 1838. He was educated at Harrow and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, where be matriculated as an exhibitioner in 1856. His university honours included a first class in Classical Moderations and a Fellowship at All Souls. He was called by Lincoln's-inn in 1863, the year before his election at All Souls. In 1869 he returned to Oxford as Bursar
of All Souls, and did excellent work for the finances of the college carrying it through a large part of the period in which it was affected by the changes introduced by the first commission. His Fellowship was vacated by marriage, and in 1876 he became the principal agent of the Conservative Party. In 1880 he severed his connection with the Central Conservative Office, and in 1886 he became Acting Treasurer of Christ Church. His connection with Christ Church, as student and treasurer, continued till 1910, when he resigned and left Oxford to live permanently at his Scottish home, Pitlour. On his resignation the tenants of Christ Church presented him with a painting of himself. Mr. Skene's publications include Universities and College Estates Acts, a Treatise on Free Land, and an edition of the Frogs of Aristophanes. He was a justice of the peace for Fife and Kinross and a deputy-lieutenant for the county of Fife. He married, in 1874, Lorina, eldest daughter of the late Dean Liddell.
Mr. ENEAS J. G. MACKAY, K.C., LL.D., late Sheriff Principal of Fife and Kinross, died in Edinburgh on the 10th inst. Mr. Mackay, who was born in 1839, was educated at Edinburgh Academy, University College, Oxford, and at Heidelberg. He was admitted a member of the Faculty of Advocates in 1864, and filled the chair of Constitutional Law and History in the University of Edinburgh from 1874 to 1881. He took silk in 1897. In 1882 the University of Edinburgh conferred on him the honorary degree of LL.D., and he was also an honorary Fellow of King's College, London. His Manual of Practice of the Court of Session was of great service to the Profession, while his History of Fife and Kinross was a valuable contribution to the county history of Scotland. He contributed to the Dictionary of National Biography and also to the Encyclopædia Britannica.
Mr. HAROLD COOK SWAN, of 6, Crown Office-row, Temple, barristerat-law, died suddenly of heart disease at his residence, 59, Prioryroad, Kew, on Sunday morning last. Mr. Swan was the eldest son of Mr. Robert Abraham Swan, the puiene judge of Trinidad and Tobago, and was in his thirty-sixth year. He was called by Lincoln's-inn on the 24th April 1907. He was born in India and was for several years a clerk to colonial judges, and spent several years in Mauritius, the Gold Coast, and British Guiana.
THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE.-TRINITY
APPEAL COURT I.
On the 13th June appeal motions (Ex parte), original motions, and interlocutory appeals from the King's Bench Division will be in the paper for hearing. Admiralty appeals (with assessors) will be taken on Wednesday, the 14th June, and following days.
Other business will be taken from time to time, as announced in the daily cause list
APPEAL COURT II.
On Tuesday, the 13th June, a lunacy application, Re Joyce, appeal motions, and appeals from the Chancery Interlocutory List will be taken.
On the 14th June the following appeal from the King's Bench Final List will be in the paper for hearing: National Telephone Company . H.M. Postmaster-General, On and after Monday, the 19th June, Chancery appeals (General List) will be taken. Other business will be taken from time to time, as announced in the daily cause list,
High Court of Justice.
LORD CHANCELLOR'S COURT.-Before Mr. Justice JOYCE. Except when other business is advertised in the daily cause list actions with witnesses will be taken throughout the sittings.
CHANCERY COURT I.-Before Mr. Justice SWINFEN EADY. Except when other business is advertised in the daily cause list Mr. Justice Swinfen Eady will take actions with witnesses daily throughout the sittings.
CHANCERY COURT IV.-Before Mr. Justice PARKER. During these sittings Mr. Justice Parker will not (except under special circumstances) sit on Saturdays, but on the other days of the week he will sit till 4.30 p.m. instead of till 4 p m. Actions with witnesses will be taken daily except when other business is advertised.
Saturday, June 17-Short causes, petitions, and non-witness list Monday, June 19-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, June 20-Further considerations and non-witness list Wednesday, June 21-Motions and nonwitness list Thursday, June 22, Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24-No sitting Monday, June 26-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, June 27-Short causes, petitions, further considerations, and nonwitness list Wednesday, June 28, and Thursday, June 29-Non-witness list Friday, June 30-Motions and non-witness list Saturday, July 1-Short causes, petitions, and non-witness list Monday, July 3-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, July 4-Further considerations and non-witness list
Saturday, July 8-Short causes, petitions,
and non-witness list
Any cause intended to be heard as a short cause must be so marked in the cause book at least one clear day before the same can be put in the paper to be so heard, and the necessary papers, including two copies of the minutes of the proposed judgment or order, must be left with the judge's clerk one clear day before the cause is to be put into the paper.
N.B.-The following papers on further consideration are required for the use of the judge, viz.:-Two copies of minutes of the proposed judgment or order, one copy pleadings, and one copy master's certificate, which must be left in court with the judge's clerk one clear day before the further consideration is ready to come into the paper.
CHANCERY COURT III.-Before Mr. Justice NEVILLE.
Friday, July 7-Motions, short causes,
Wednesday, June 21-Motions and non-
Thursday, June 22, Friday, June 23, and
Wednesday, June 28-Further considera-
Wednesday July 5-Further considera-
Wednesday, July 12-Further considerations, and non-witness list Thursday, July 13-Non-witness list Friday, July 14-Motions, short causes, petitions, and non-witness list Saturday, July 15-No sitting Monday, July 17-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, July 18-Compan.es Acts and non-witness list
Wednesday, July 19-Further considerations, and non-witness list Thursday, July 20-Non-witness list. Friday, July 21-Motions, short causes, petitions, and non-witness list Saturday, July 22-No sitting Monday, July 24-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, July 25-Companies Acts and non-witness list
Wednesday, July 26-Further considerations and non-witness list Thursday, July 27-Non-witness list Friday, July 28-Motions, short causes, petitions, and non-witness list Saturday, July 29-No sitting Monday, July 31-Sitting in Chambers.
Any cause intended to be heard as a short cause must be so marked in the cause Dook at least one clear day before the same can be put in the paper to be so heard, and the necessary papers, including two copies of minutes of the proposed judgment or order, must be left in court with the judge's clerk not less than one clear day before the cause is to be put into the paper.
N.B.-The following papers on further consideration are required for the use of the judge, viz. :-Two copies of minutes of the proposed judgment or order, one copy pleadings, and one copy master's certificate. These must be left in court with the judge's clerk not less than one clear day before the further consideration is ready to come into the paper.
KING'S BENCH COURT.-Before Mr. Justice EvE. Tuesday, June 18-Motions and non-, Friday, July 7-Motions and non-witness witness list list
Wednesday, June 14, and Thursday,
ness list Saturday, June
Liverpool business Monday, June 19-Sitting in Cham
Tuesday, July 20-Short causes, petitions, further considerations, and non-witness list
Wednesday, June 21-Motions and nonwitness list Thursday, June 22, Friday, June 23, and Saturday, June 24-No sitting Monday, June 26-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, June 27-Short causes, petitions, further considerations, and non-witness list
Wednesday. June 28, and Thursday, June 29-Non-witness list, Friday, June 30-Motions witness list Saturday, July 1-Liverpool and Manchostel business
Monday, July 8-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, July 4-Short causes, petitions, further considerations, and non-witness
Saturday, July 8-No sitting
Monday, July 10-Sitting in Chambers Tuesday, July 11-Short causes, petitions, further considerations, and non-witness list
Wednesday, July 12, and Thursday,
Friday, July 28-Sitting in Chambers Saturday, July 29-Liverpool and ManWednesday, July 5, and Thursday, chester business July 6-Non-witness list Monday, July 31-Non-witness list. Any cause intended to be heard as a short cause must be so marked in the cause book at least one clear day before the same can be put in the paper to be so heard. Two copies of minutes of the proposed judgment or order must be left in court with the judge's clerk one clear day before the cause is to be put in the paper. In default the cause will not be put in the paper.
N.B.-The following papers on further consideration are required for the use of the judge, viz. :-Two copies of minutes of the proposed order, one copy pleadings, one copy judgment, and one copy master's certificate, which must be left in court with the judge's clerk one clear day before the further consideration is ready to come into the paper.
Monckton v. The Gramophone Company
Lake and Elliott Limited v. Rotax Motor
Re The Earl of Stamford and Warrington
The Central London Railway Company
Re P. M. Shanks (deceased); Shanks v.
Knill v. Dumergue
Re Croydon (deceased): Hincks another v. Croydon and others Mackintosh and another v. Barnett Sharp v. Durrant
1910. Macgregor v. Peet and Peet v. Macgregor and another
Hagg v Ladoga Limited
Re The Arbitration Act 1889 and Re an
Re The Arbitration Act 1889 and Re an
Billericay Rural District Council v. Poplar
Mowats Limited v. Hudson Brothers
Stoddart v Union Trust Limited
Batt v. Metropolitan Water Board
Peugniez v. Lievre
Hales v. London General Omnibus Company Limited
Blake v. Fenner and others
The Deddington Steamship Company
Anglo-Continental, &c., Company Limited
The Lanston Monotype Corporation
Mahoney v. R. Johnson Limited
Thomas v. The Holt Brewery Company
Clements r. Unic Motor Cab Company
In the Matter of an Issue between Corfield
In the Matter of the London Building Act 1894 and in the Matter of an Arbitration between London, Gloucestershire, and North Hants Daily Company and Morley and Lanceley Limited and others
Lundie v. Thomas and others Colden Manufacturing Company Limited v. Carrington and Dewhurst Limited Duke of Northumberland v. Commis-Hughes v. Provincial Motor Cab Company
sioners of Inland Revenue
Leeds Corporation and another r. Sugden
The American Thread Company Limited
Duke. The General Steam Navigation Company Limited
Gosling v. The Mayor, &c., of the Metropolitin Borough of Holb rn
Limited McRae v. Penman Mead v. Ball
Longton v. Winwick Asylum
Dorman, Long, and Co. Limited r. Henry Willcock
Jones v. Royal London Insurance Society Limited and J. Price
Brice (Surveyor of Taxes) v. Northern Assurance Company (Revenue Side)
June 17, 1911.]
THE LAW TIMES.
Cope v. Sharp
Burdette Horne and another
The Liverpool, London, ard Globe Insur-
Godsell v. Lloyd and another
Hilo Manufacturing Company Limitel r..
Hunt v. Rose and another.
Ga883 r. Patent Lightning Crusher Com-
Ronald . John Bull Limited and others
In the Matter of the arbitration Act 1889
The Mayor, &c., of the Borough of Derby
Downing e. Easton and Fenner
Same . Bowring
Re an Arbitranen between Mocatta and
Marcovitch v. Liverpool Victoria Friendly
The National Telephone Company Limited
Wixon and others v. Thomas
Brice . The Ocean Accident and Guaran-
The Services Company (London) Limited
Northfield Steamship Company Limited
FROM THE PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION (ADMIRALTY).
Calyr-The Owners, Master, and Crew of
Shipping Company Limited v. Commis-
Morayshire-The Owners of the Steamship Arwell. Owners of Steamship Morayshire (damage)
Reeder v. Cooper
Se icombe-The Owners of the Barge Dolly
Alsterdamm-The Owners of the Barque
Highland Loch-The Owners of the Ketch
FROM THE KING'S BENCH DIVISION.
Essayan r. Gulbenkian
Clark v. Forster; Same v. Same: Forster v. Aldridge; Re H. Forster (Ex parte J. Jackson Clark, in Bankruptcy)
New Fenix Compagnie Anonyme d'Assur-
and Life Assurance Corporation Limited
Walther. The Marlborough Theatre,
Knapp v. Harvey
Daimler Motor Company (1904) in liquida-
From the Chancery Division, general list, 26; interlocutory, 6; total, 32. the Probate and Divorce Division, general list. 1; total, 1. From the Probate and Divorce Division (new trial paper), general list, 2; total 2. From the County Palatine Court of Lancaster, general list, 1; total, 1. From the King's Bench Division, final and new trial, 92; interlocutory, 9; total, 101. From the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division (Admiralty) with nautical assessors, final and new trial, 6; total, 6. From the King's Bench Division Sitting in Bankruptcy, final and new trial, 1; total, 1. Re the Workmen's Compensation Act, from County Courts, anal and new trial. 38: total. 38. Totals: General list and final and new trial, 167; interlocutory, 15; total, 182.
Mr. Justice Warrington.-Except when other Business is advertised in the Daily Cause List. Mr. Justice Warrington will take his Business as announced in the Trinity Sittings Paper.
Mr. Justice Neville will take his Business as announced in the Trinity Sittings Paper.
Mr. Justice Parker.-Except when other Business is advertised in the Daily Cause List, Mr. Justice Parker will sit for the disposal of his Lordship's Witness List daily (except Saturdays) throughout the Sittings.
Mr. Justice Eve will take his Business as announced in the Trinity Sittings Paper.
Liverpool and Manchester Business.-Mr. Justice Eve will take Liverpoob nd Manchester Eusiness on Saturdays, the 17th June. and the 1st, 15th, and 29th July.
Summonses before the Judge in Chambers.-Mr. Justice Warrington, Mr. Justice Neville, and Mr. Justice Eve will sit in Court every Monday during the Sittings to hear Chamber Summonses.
Summonses adjourned into Court and Non-Witness Actions will be heard by Mr. Justice Warrington, Mr. Justice Neville, and Mr. Justice Eve.
NOTICE WITH REFERENCE TO THE CHANCERY WITNESS LISTS. During the Trinity Sittings the Judges will sit for the disposal of Witness Actions as follows:
Mr. Justice Joyce will take the Witness List for Joyce and Eve, JJ.
Mr. Justice Swinfen Eady will take the Witness List for Swinfen Eady and
rative Society Limited
Benjamin Brooke and Co. Limited .
Lever Brothers Limited v. Hyde Equitable
Benjamin Brooke and Co. Limited v.
Same v. Horwich Industr.al Co-operative
Same v. Preston Industrial Co-operative
Bell's Photo Company Limited v. Ratcliff
A. M. Peeb.es and Son Limited r. Row-
The Onda Mining Syndicate Limited .
Eskoff v. Grabowsky
Conway v. Charles Castle and Son
Fraser . Fear
Bourke v. The Pekin Syndicate Limited
Re Ireacher's Settlement; Tompson v.
Schweder r. Worthington Gas Light and
Before Mr. Justice SwINFEN EADY.
Basden v. Hooley
The Trustees of the Lor den Paror h'al
Gibbon v. William Whiteley Limited
Main e. Frank Ashby and Co.
In the Matter of the Registered Trade