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especially new members, many of its earlier patrons having passed away. To the wealthier members of the Profession I would commend Carlyle's words: "I shall journey through this world but once. Any good thing, therefore, that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not neglect it, nor defer it, for I shall not pass this way again." X. Y. Z.

LEGAL OBITUARY.

Dr. JOHN FRANCIS BUTLER-HOGAN died at Tottenham on Tuesday. Dr. Butler-Hogan, who was called by Gray's-inn in 1905, had been medical officer to the Tottenham Education Committee since 1904, and had also held the appointments of Medical Officer of Health and director of the Bacteriological Department. Mr. THOMAS JOSEPH SWORDER, of the firm of Sworder and Longmore, Coroner for Hertford district, died on Wednesday from injuries received in a fall on Sunday. Mr. Sworder had been Town Clerk of Hertford for many years, as well as Clerk to the Board of Guardians and one of the Under-Sheriffs for Hertfordshire. Mr. Sworder, whose age was about sixty-seven, was admitted in 1868, and was a member of the Law Society, of the Solicitors' Benevolent Association, and the Herts Law Society.

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THE following judges will remain in town: 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 to the names of the circuit towns, 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. SOUTH-EASTERN (Lord ALVERSTONE, C.J., 2; BRAY, J., 1). Norwich, Sat., June 1 (Wednes., June 5) Chelmsford, Sat.. June 8 (Wed. June 12) Hertford, Wed., June 19 (Fri., June 21)

Maidstone, Mon., June 24 (Th., June 27)
Guildford, Tues., July 2 (Fri., July 5)
Lewes, Thurs., July 11 (Mon., July 15).

SOUTH WALES (RIDLEY, J.).

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SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. TRINITY SITTINGS 1912.

High Court of Justice.

King's Bench Division.

APPEALS AND MOTIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.

An Appeal from a County Court to be heard by a Divisional Court sitting in Bankruptcy, pending 24th May 1912.

Re E. Orgel; Ex parte Esther Orgel (the Bankrupt's Wife) v. The Official Receiver, Trustee.

Motions in Bankruptcy for hearing before the Judge, pending 24th May 1912.

Re A. S. U. Heathcote; Ex parte F. 9.
Van de Linde, the Trustee r. The
Hepresentative of Lloyd's Creditors
and The Repres.ntative of oth r
Creditors

Re Same; Ex parte The Ordinary Creditors
claiming in respect of claims and
demands arising out of Polici s under-
written by or où account of the Pak-
rupt at Lloyd's v. The Representative
Creditors under Lloyd's Policies or
Insurance Fisks and F. G. Van de Linde,
the Trustee

Re J. L. Sowinski (trading as Sowinski and Co.): Ex parte Eva Sowinski (married woman) v. H. J. de Courey Moore, Trustee

Re C. E Johnson; Ex parte Arthur Char'es Bourner, Trustee v. Albert Henry Edells

Re R. B. Jane (trading as W. Caudery and Co.) and Re C. C. C. Wightman (proceedings consolidated by Order of Court. dated 28th Aug. 1911); Ex parte Frederic John Young, Trustee r. The London and Hanseatic Bank Limited.

Motions in Bankruptcy for Hearing before Mr. Justice Hamilton, pending

24th May 1912.

Re C. H. Wells (Assigned); Ex parte The
Official Receiver, the Trustee 0.
Jeanette Buros alias Josephine Binet
alias Jeannette Binet alias Jeannette
Pait is alias Jeannette de Ville (marri:d
Matters in Bankruptcy.-Total Number of Appeals and Motions, 8.

woman). The French Government, and
the Commissioner of Police
Re Same, Ex parte The Official Receiver,
the Trustee v. Excelsior Yachting and
Trading Club Limited.

TUESDAY, JUNE 4.

Middlesex Special Jury Actions.

The Cases Nos. 416 to 1417, 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 4th June: Nos. 416 to 1111 inclusive.

1365 Reinhardt v. Payne and another

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Contract. (June 6, by order) 416 Charrington and Co. Limited Wooder. Goods sold 566 Victoria (Malaya) Rubber Company, &c., Limited Lee Syndicate Limited and another. Contract 791 Spray v. Great Eastern Railway Company. Pers. inj.

v.

913 Tree r. Quaritch. Contract

1164 Chinn v. Times Publishing Company.

Contract

1204 Moreing v. International Sleeping Car Company. Contract 1235 Pitcher v. Carton Lee. Work 1259 Heard v. Bowley and Son. Fraud.

reps.

1261 Mulliner v. Country Life Limited and another. Work

1268 Hopping v. Hellyar. Work

952 Wagner v. Lockwood and Co. 1339 Baker v. Foster. Detinue

Limited. Money pa d

986 Diesel Engine Company Limited v. Crittall. Goods sold

987 Bender v.

and

Brown, Saville, Brother. Money received 1154 Ogle v. Complex Ore Company Limited and another. Contract 1111 Campbell r. Prince Line Limited Contract

Libel.

1347 Gibson v. R. A. Smith and Ce. Declaration

1362 W. Gilbertson and Co. Limited and another v. Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Associauon Limited. Libel

1436 Langdon-Down ". Holden and another. Conspiracy

1437 Levy v. London General Omnibus Company Limited. Pers. i j.

1213 Firth and another v. Leibbrand. 1138 Pearse v. Eatwell. Pers. inj 1439 Kahn and others v. Joseph Rogers and Sons Limited. Libel 1441 Gwsther r. Sunstar Taxi Company. Pers. inj.

1267 Memory v. Moore. Breach of promise. (June 6,

1315 Bailey and Wife v. Sharp. Pers. inj. (June 6)

1322 Jeapes v. Warwick. Contract. (June 6)

1053 Stoneham v. Kemp. Stockbroker's

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1442 Harroa's Stores Limited v. Mountain and others. Policy 1444 Trenear v. Bulloch. Breach of promise

1454 May v. Wandsworth Borough News Company Limited and another. Libel 1456 Wallrock and Co. v. Hoffmann. Fraud. reps. 1457 Ward v. Parkinson. Money lent. 1459 Ede, Son, and Ravenscroft v. Wilkinson and Son. Libel 1461 Cahn v. Excess Insurance Company Limited. Slander 1462 Property Insurance Company Limited v. Beresford and others. Libel G. Du Cros

1465 Weeks v. W. and Limited. Pers. inj.

1470 Amalgamated Trust

Limited ".

Brown. Contract 1471 Besterman v. British Motor Cab others. Company Limited and Pers. inj.

1411 T. Butlin and Co. Limited v. Knights. 1476 Paine v. Polden. Indemnity

Goods sold. (June 5)

1308 Smith v. Hasluck. Libel 1417 Hasluck v. Lithgow. Libel

1419 Pyke v. Mallabr-Deeley. Contract 1423 Newell v. Good. Lord Campbell's Act

1489 Sutton, Carden, ana Co. Limited r. Pullen and another. Goods sold. 1490 Jeffery and another e. Jeffery. Money lent 1493 Arthur Williams and Co. v. John Bull Limited and others. Libel 1495 Memory v. Moore. Seduction 1499 Hoff v. Meeke. Pers inj. 1500 Nichols . S. F. Edge Limited and another. Contract 1502 Scott. Phillipps. Contract 165 Greenlands Limited v. Wilmshurst | 1510 London and Hull Soap

1424 Furzer v. Blackburn, Starling, and Co. Limited. Lord Campbell's Act 1426 Moritz and others r. Strick and others. Contract

and others. Libel

210 Schweder v. Lehmann. Libel

638 Burlin v. Picard and others. Contract

822 Spearing v. Platts. Account

Works

Limited v. Sulley. Conspiracy, 1512 Goate v. Carbonneau and others. Conspiracy

1513 Waddell v. Same. Conspiracy 1525 Sassoon v. Watt. Contract

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1535 Debenham. Storr, and Sons Limited | 1589 Skingle v. Metropolitan District Railr. Earl of Chesterfield. Commission wayCompany. Lord Campbell's Act 15:6 Ettlinger and Cor. Cuban (Parent) 1593 Sarjeant v. Heston and Isleworth Limited and others.

Syndicate Fraud. reps. 1562 Jennings v. Middlesex Hospital. Pers. irj.

4565 Free r. McCann and another. Contract

1566 Parker and Richardson v. Samuel. Work

Urban District Council. Pers. inj. 1594 Lloyd v. Permondsey Guardians. Wrong. dis.

1303 Morison r. Bradlev. Money received
1612 Der man v. Washington. Contract
1616 Petorong Java, &c., Lim'ted e. Mont-
rose Matabele Company Limited
and others. Money received

1567 O'Su livan v. Mavrojani. Pers. inj. 1617 Taylor v. Warwick. Contract
1568 Marks v. Searey Contract
169 Howes r. Hole. Libel

1570 Dorland Advertising Agency V.
Warner and others.
Fraud гера
1571 Compagnie Anglo-Francaise, &c
Limited v. Anglo-European Bank
Limited. Contract
1577 Desborough v. Chronicle Company
Limited and another Libel
Libel

1578 Same v. Oxley and others.
1579 Bush v. Rush. Detinue
1580 Duk v. Wilson and others. Work
1688 Carr v. Schmidt. Contract

1628 Simpkinson v. Ford. Fraud. reps. 1634 Washington v. Watson. Negligence 1640 Kennedy v. Jones. Fraud. reps. 1643 Ashwin v. London General Omnibus Company Limited and others. Pers inj. 1644 Higginbottom v. Hayes (Uni) Printing, &c., Limited. Wrong, di. 1649 Pole v. Plummer and others Libel 1652 Simmons v. F. Bateman and Co Neg izence

1653 Cro ch Sturge and o'hers. Policy 1654 Peddar v. Scotter. Contract.

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Company. L rd Campbell's Act 1515 Fergusson v. Collier. Breach of promise

1523 Goldstein v. Nevilles. Libel 1524 Isaacs and others v. Same. Libel 1529 Gooch v. Watson. Trespass 1531 Wein v. Montague. Slander 1532 Learwood v. General Motor Cab Company. Negligence

1534 Doughty r. London General Omnibus Company. Lord Campbell's act 1539 Jackson v. British Motor Cab Company Limited and others. Pers. inj. Gregson v. Winterbotham. Breach of promise

1287 Holmes v. Campbell. Breach of 1540

promise

1292 Campbell-Gray Limited v. Willing 1541 and Co. Limited. Goods sold

£295 Hurst . Mulliner Limited. Pers.
inj.

1800 Dodwell r. New Irish Direct Supply
Company Limited and others
1313 Franks r. London County Council.
Pers. inj.

1317 Oliver v. Clements. Mal. pros.
1319 Brandt r. London General Omnibus
Company Limited. Pers. inj.
1321 Ross v. London, Tilbury, and South-

end Railway Company. Pers. inj., 1927 Ferdinando v. Cohn. Fraud. reps. 1828 Maple v. Metropolitan Steam Omni

bus Company Limited. Pers. inj. 383 Heale v. Willcock. Money lent 1035 Underwood v. Electric Vehicle Company. Contract

121 Paine v. Shaw. Money lent 1131 Craigie v. Fautier. Detinue 1163 Markland v. London General Omnibus Company Limited. Pers. inj. 1182 Dann v. Kubelik. Contract 1205 Forster v. Price. Libel 1281 Harger v. Universal Stock Exchange Limited. Money received 1332 Whiteman v. P.I.P. Lib.1 1354 Dadd v. Wyles and others. Trespass 1363 Paltour v. Mansell. Pers. inj. 1378 Stirling v. London General Omnibus Company Limited and others. Pera. ioj.

1379 E. S. Fiske v. National Motor Cab
Company. Pers, inj.

1380 A. E. Fiske v. Same. Pers. inj.
Possession.
1399 Lardner r, Abbott.
1401 Todd r. London United Tramways.
Pers, inj.

1403 Goring r. London General Omnibus
Company Limited. Fers. inj.
1410 Kaminski v. London General Omni-
bus Company Limited and others.
Pers, inj.
2416 Boutall v. Thomas.

Slander

14 Hensman v. Smith. Slancer 1425 Morison v. Kemp. Money received 1440 Radburn v. Radburn. Declaration 1443 Goddin r. Harrison. Bills

Bart. Kennedy's Publishing Company Limited V. Bowerman. Contract

1545 Wise v. London General Omnibus Company Limited. Negligence 1546 Marchant r. Isaac. Pers. inj. 1547 Cohen v. London General Omnibus Company Limited. Pers. inj. 1548 Bridge, Barrett, and

Co. Limited v. Eardley and Smyth. Work

1554 Fryer v. Tillings Limited and others. Pers. inj.

Detinue

1572 Woollard and another v. London County Council. Negligeace 1573 Greenway v. Allam. Libel 1574 Homburger v. Reimers. 1575 Rawkins Libel 1576 Brandon v. Same. Libel 1581 Hider v. London County Council. Negligence

v. Allen and others.

1592 Merr.dew and Wife v. Hamel. Pers. inj.

Contract

1596 Davis v. Westell. 1598 Macklin v. McCarthy. Neg igence 1600 Burt and another v. Whitworth, Contract

1601 Bacon and Curtis Limited v. Same. Contract

Slander

1603 Rosenbeg v. London County Council. Pers. inj. 1601 Howse v. Aust.n. 1610 Evans v. Turf Accountants' Gazette. Lib:1

1611 Bedford v. Williams' Artificial Teeth Institution. Pers. inj.

v.

1615 Morison Bellamy. Money received

1620 Campbell v. Greer. Fraud. reps. 1630 Eliott v. Ball. Negligence

1631 Robinson v. U.S.S.A. Limited. Negligence

1635 W. V. Bowater and Sons Limited v. Edwards. Goods sold

1637 Gunstan v. Great Northern Railway Company. Pers. inj.

16:9 Cormont v. Foeckel and Co. Bill 1651 Meek r. Rendel!. Slander.

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1464 Campbell v. Campbell and another. Possession

1466 George v. Stokvis and Zonen. Money receive 1

1475 Von Joel v. Pilbrow. Possession 1479 Kr mer v. Alhambra Company Limited Contract 1480 C. and G. Syndicate Limitel v. Robin and another. Judgment

1487 S. Hildersheimer and Co. Lim ted r. Bostock. Contract

4 Blood v. Cawston. Work 164 Fieldings v. Daniel. issue 1034 Underwood v. Hubbard Detinue 1144 Allen v. Richardson. Possession 1207 Lucas v. Flindall.

1241 J. Gardiner and Son Limited v. Butcher. Contract

1491 Nichol v. Carusso. Money lent 1497 Jenks v. Ray Money lent 1498 Pike v. Rowland, Wilson, and Co. Contract

Bil

1506 Antoniadi . Galatti. Contract 1508 Parnie v. Parnie. Cor tract

1509 Bo'ton. Mavor and Borough of Croydon. Wrong, dis. 1516 Cook v. Gilbart Smith. Goods sold 1527 Buck v. Leach. Contract 1587 Michaelson r. Davis. Negligence 1538 Bonn v. Emsworth Ship and Land Company Limited. Warranty 1543 Reversion Fund and Insurance Company Limited v. Maison Cosway Limited. Money lent

1555 Gilbert v. D. Burkle and Son Limited. Dec'aration

1582 Andrews r. Welford. Money received

1583 Murray . McClennan. Detinue 1595 Faulkner v. Halford. Issue 1597 Swinburue and others v. Keeble. Work

1599 Allen v. Allen and others. Contract 1602 Warlow and Patey r. Suart. Work 1605 W. Newbold and Co. Limited v. G. Scriven an Co. Goods sold 1614 Sh rwood Bailey. Contract 1618 Mayor, &c., of Lon 'on v. Doun. Kent 1619 Kitson V. Charles and anoth r.

Work

1629 Barnes . Bear. Money received. 1632 Allen v. Allen and others. Money lent.

1633 Sayers r. Powney. Issu

1638 Middlesex Theatre of Varieties Limited . Lyons. Calls

1648 Benson v. De la Warr. Contract 1650 Prestwick v. Warren. Commission.

Summary of Actions ready for Trial up to the 24th May. Middlesex: Special Juries, 143; Common Juries, 121; Non-Juries, 71. Ccmmercial Causes, 34, Set down under Order XIV., 11. Total, 380.

NOTE. This summary shows the total number of actions for trial up to and inclusive of the above date.

THE GAZETTES.

Bankrupts.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS.

GAZETTE, MAY 24.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. DE PINNA, HERBERT ALFRED, Grosvenor-st, Grosvenor-sq. May 21. POWELL, GEORGE DAVENPORT, Hill-rd, Hampstead. May 22.

To surrender at their respective District Courts. BASSANO, THOMAS ARTHUR, Derby, painter. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton. May 22. BEECROFT, WALDGRAVE DENNIS, Riddlesden, greengrocer. Ct. Bradford. May 21.

BOWEN, DAVID DANIEL, Criccieth, fancy goods dealer. Ct. Portmadoc and Festiniog. May 22.

BROMHEAD, ARTHUR (trading as Bromhead and Rawle), Oswestry. auctioneer. Ct. Wrexham and Llangollen. May 20.

CASELEY, WILLIAM, jun., Lowestoft, smackowner. Ct. Great Yarmouth. May 20.

COLE, EDWARD, Ruabon, proofing manufacturer. Ct. Wrexham and Llangollen. May 21.

CONWAY, GEORGE EMERY, late Ludgershall, licensed victualler. Ct. Swindon. May 21.

CREED, ERNEST HENRY FILMER, Throwley, pork butcher. Ct. Canterbury. May 22.

DASH, GEORGE HENRY, Cambridge, cycle engineer. Ct. Cambridge. May 20.

DENT, JAMES WILSON, North Ormesby, butcher. Ct. Middlesbrough. May 20.

ELLAMS, JOHN ORRELL, Seaforth, coal agent. Ct. Liverpool. May 22.
FRANCIS, DAVID CHARLES, Swansea, coal merchant. Ct. Swansea. May 20.
GROVES, BERTRAM CHARLES REUBENETTE, Bournemouth, commission agent
for tea salesman. Ct. Poole. May 20.

GUINNESS, LEWIS HART, Stockbridge, brewer. Ct. Southampton. May 20.
LISSEMAN, SIMEON, Malvern, cab driver. Ct. Worcester. May 20.
LOXSTON, HENRY AYLAND, Kingstone, mason. Ct. Hereford. May 20.
MAIS, FREDERICK WILLIAM, South Hayling, retired colonial civil servant.
Ct. Portsmouth. May 20.
PERCIVAL,
merchant.
WALTER, late Deptford, corn
Ct. Greenwich.

May 20.

POWELL, DAVID, Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer, grocer. Ct. Merthyr Tydfil. May 20.

POWELL, WILMOTT NOEL, Wakefield, licensed victualler. Ct. Wakefield. May 20.

PROSSER, RICHARD ALBERT SHIPMAN, Birmingham, surgeon. Ct. Birmingham. May 22.

RICHARDS, THOMAS, Leicester, newsagent. Ct. Leicester. May 22. RICHARDS, THOMAS ANDREW, Neath, journalist. Ct Neath and Aberavon. May 22.

SILBY, GRANVILLE ALEXANDER, Wilton, grocer. Ct. Salisbury. April 11.
SELWAY, FRANK, and WICKSON, ARTHUR, jun. (trading as the Kingston
Ct.
Depositories and Furnishing Company), Kingston-on-Thames.
Kingston, Surrey. May 21.

SLATER, EDWIN HENRY, New Mills, publican. Ct. Stockport. May 21.
Ct. Poole. May 22.
SMITH, FLORENCE KATE, Poole, draper, spinster.
STEADMAN, LEONARD (late trading as Steadman and Son), Coventry,
builder. Ct. Coventry. May 20.

STRUTT, EDGAR HENRY. South Woodford, jobmaster's manager.
Chelmsford. May 20.

Ct.

WALTERS, DAVID MORGAN, Glanamman, confectioner. Ct. Carmarthen. May 20.

WEBB, ALFRED, Reading, commercial traveller. Ct. Reading. May 21. WESTMORE, HARRY EDGAR JEREMIAH, Newport, carrier. Ct. Newport and Ryde. May 20.

WILLIAMS, EDMUND, New Tredegar, bootmaker Ct. Tredegar. May 21. WINZAR, THOMAS, Dorchester, blacksmith. Ct. Dorchester. May 22.

GAZETTE, MAY 28.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy.
DUBOIS, ROSE, Bishop's-rd, Bayswater, ladies' belt manufacturer. May 24.
GRIFFITHS, F. R., Cecil-ct, Charing Cross-rd. May 24.
JONES, WILLIAM GAMBLE, Carey-la. May 24.

MARTIN, BERNARD HENRY, Shaftesbury-av, solicitor's clerk, May 15.
THIRKELL, HOWARD, late Angel-ct, Friday-st. May 23.
WOOLLASTON, GEORGE, Rockmead-rd, South Hackney, builder. May 23.

To surrender at their respective District Courts

BOWE, GEORGE ARTHUR (trading as George Bowe), Darlington, painter. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees. May 23.

CASHMORE, THOMAS, Warwick, builder. Ct. Warwick. May 23.

COPELAND, JOSEPH BENJAMIN, High Wycombe, builder. Ct. Aylesbury.
May 24.

FORSYTHE, THOMAS, Haltwhistle, cycle engineer. Ct. Carlisle. May 24.
II DISON, JAMES FENTON, Kirby Hill, draper's traveller Ct. Northallerton.
May 23.

JONES, WALTER, Kingswood, farmer. Ct. Bristol. May 23.
KENYON, HENRY, Manchester, newspaper vendor. Ct.
May 23.

Manchester.

KINCHEN, THOMAS, Brizenorton, coal dealer. Ct. Oxford. May 24. LOMAX, JOSEPH, Barnoldswick, cotton manufacturer. Ct. Bradford. May 24.

PHILLIPS, GEORGE ERNEST, Sheffield, accountant. Ct. Sheffield. May 24.
PUGH, JOHN ROBERT, Towyn, licensed victualler. Ct. Aberystwyth.
May 24.

QUILLINAN, MARTIN, Leigh, coal miner. Ct. Bolton. May 22.
SEVIER, JAMES, Poole, fish salesman. Ct. Poole. May 23.

SMITH, JESSIE (trading as Smith and Co.), late Rhyl, wine importer. Ct.
Bangor. May 24.

STUBBS, EDGAR (trading as E. Stubbs and Co.), Northampton, shoe manu-
facturer. Ct. Northampton. May_22.
WEALE, HERBERT (trading as Weale's Stores), Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds.
May 23.

ADJUDICATIONS.

GAZETTE, MAY 24.

BASSANO, THOMAS ARTHUR, Derby, painter. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton. May 22.

BEECROFT, WALDGRAVE DENNIS, Riddlesden, greengrocer. Ct. Bradford. May 21.

BOWEN, DAVID DANIEL, Criccieth, fancy goods dealer. Ct. Portmadoc and Festiniog. May 22.

CASELEY, WILLIAM, jun., Lowestoft, smackowner. Ct. Great Yarmouth. May 20.

COLE, ROBERT ARTHUR, late Glazbury-rd, West Kensington, colonel. Ct. High Court. May 21.

CREED, ERNEST HENRY FILMER, Throwley, pork butcher. Ct. Canterbury. May 22.

DASH, GEORGE HENRY, Cambridge, cycle engineer.

May 20.

Ct. Cambridge.

DENT. JAMES WILSON, North Ormesby, butcher. Ct. Middlesbrough. May 20.

ELLAMS, JOHN ORRELL, Seaforth, coal agent. Ct. Liverpool. May 22. FRANCIS, DAVID CHARLES, Swansea, coal merchant. Ct. Swansea. May 20. GARARD, HENRY, Bournemouth, draper. Ct. Poole May 20.

GROVES, BERTRAM CHARLES REUBENETTE, Bournemouth, commission agent for tea salesman. Ct. Poole. May 20.

GUINNESS, LEWIS HART, Stockbridge, brewer. Ct. Southampton. May 20.
HILL, JOHN CATHLES, Archway-rd, Holloway, builder. Ct. High Court.
May 21.

JEFFERY, FREDERIC GEORGE, Bristol, oil dealer. Ct. Bristol. May 20.
KINCH, JESSE, Hankerton, farmer. Ct. Swindon. May 22.

KITSON, HENRY, late Droylsden, licensed victualler. Ct. Ashton-under-
Lyne and Stalybridge. May 20.

KNOTT, BETSY, late Heighington, grocer, widow. Ct. Sheffield. May 21. LISSEMAN, SIMEON. Malvern, cab driver. Ct. Worcester May 20. LOXSTON, HENRY AYLAND, Kingstone, mason. Ct. Hereford. May 20. MAIS. FREDERICK WILLIAM, South Hayling, retired colonial civil servant. Ct. Portsmouth. May 20.

IDDISON, JAMES FENTON, Kirkby Hill, draper's traveller. Ct. Northaller-
ton. May 23.
KENYON, HENRY, Manchester, newspaper vendor. Ct. Manchester.
May 23.

MATTHEWS, WILLIAM JAMES, Nottingham, lace manufacturer. Ct. Not-
tingham. May 22.
MCCARTHY, WILLIAM ALFRED, South Tottenham, chemist. Ct. Edmonton.
May 22.

MOLL, WALTER, Lucerne-chmbrs, The Mall, Kensington, gentleman. Ct.
High Court. May 22.

MOUSLEY, WILLIAM REGINALD, St. James'-st, Westminster. Ct. High
Court. May 22.
PERCIVAL, WALTER, late Deptford, corn merchant. Ct. Greenwich. May 23.
POCOCK, ERNEST WILLIAM, Lower-marsh, Lambeth, clothier. Ct. High
Court. May 22.
Ct.

POWELL, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, Noel Park, Civil Service clerk.

Edmonton. May 22,

POWELL, GEOFFREY DAVENPORT (described in the receiving order as George
Davenport Powell), Hill-rd, Hampstead. Ct. High Court. May 23.
QUILLINAN, MARTIN, Leigh, coal miner. Ct. Bolton. May 22.
RIVETT-CARNAC, W., late Bitterne. Ct. High Court. May 22.
SEVIER, JAMES, Poole, fish salesman. Ct. Poole. May 23.

SHIRLEY, ARCHIBALD VINCENT, Leckwith, law student. Ct. Cardiff.
May 23.

STUBBS, EDGAR (trading as E. Stubbs and Co.), Northampton, shoe manufacturer. Ct. Northampton. May 22.

WEALE, HERBERT (trading as Weale's Stores), Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds May 23.

ADJUDICATIONS ANNULLED. GAZETTE, MAY 24.

EVANS, ALBERT HENRY, Cardiff, butcher. Ct. Cardiff. May 15. KIRKWOOD, JOHN TYZACK, Croydon, solicitor. Ct. Croydon. April 25.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

MARRIAGES.

MCCORMICK-GOODHART SMITH. On the 4th ult., at St. Nicholas, Shepperton, Fredk. Hamilton McCormick-Goodhart, Barrister-at-law, to Gladys, second daughter of Charles John Edward Smith, of New York and San Antonio, Texas.

STONE SCOTT.-On the 29th ult., at All Saints' Church, Battersea Park, by the Rev. H. G. H. Hills, M.A., Gilbert Stone, B.A., LL.B.. Barrister-at-law, of Lincoln's-inn and 4, Paper-bldgs, Inner Temple, the son of Richard Stone, of Wellington, Shropshire, and Mrs. Stone, to Elsie Lawton, the daughter of Walter Scott, of Hull, and Mrs. Scott. At home at 19, York-mansions, Battersea Park, after June 22. DEATH.

PINCHES. On the 17th ult., at 1, Nevern-rd, South Kensington, Edward Ewin Pinches, Barrister-at-law, aged 74.

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MARTIN, GERALD, Southampton, director of a limited company. Southampton. May 22.

Ct.

PEARCE, CHARLES, Ashton-under-Lyne, physician. Ct. Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge. May 21.

POWELL, DAVID, Cefn Coed-y-Cymmer, grocer. Ct. Merthyr Tydfi!. May 20.

POWELL, WILMOTT NOEL, Wakefield, licensed victualler. Ct. Wakefield. May 20.

PROSSER, RICHARD ALBERT SHIPMAN, Birmingham, surgeon. Ct. Birmingham. May 22.

RICHARDS, THOMAS ANDREW, Neath, journalist. Ct. Neath and Aberavon.
May 22.

RICHARDS, THOMAS, Leicester, newsagent. Ct. Leicester. May 22.
SILBY, GRANVILLE ALEXANDER, Wilton, grocer. Ct. Salisbury, May 22.
SLATER, EDWIN HENRY, New Mills, publican. Ct. Stockport. May 21.
SMITH, FLORENCE KATE. Poole, draper, spinster Ct. Poole. May 22.
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