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HILL, WILLIAM DUDLEY, late Ross-on-Wye. June 7.

JENNER, EDWARD JOHN, late Borthwick-rd, Stratford, builder. June 7. SESSEL, JOSEPH HENRY, New Bond-st, jeweller. June 6.

SMART, THOMAS (trading as T. Smart and Co.), Cannon-st, timber merchant. June 5.

WILLANS, RICHARD HARTE KEATNIZE, late Jermyn-st, Piccadilly, officer in the army. June 6.

To surrender at their respective District Courts. BRELSFORD, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, assistant schoolmaster. Ct. Nottingham. June 8.

CUTFORTH, JOHN DIXON, Great Yarmouth, chemist. Ct. Great Yarmouth. June 6.

DAVIDSON, JAMES, Westcliff-on-Sea, stationer. Ct. Chelmsford. June 8. DAWSON, JAMES BARNETT, Skirbeck, farmer. Ct. Boston. June 6. EDMUNDS, JOHN Z., Glascced, retired licensed victualler. Ct. Newport, Mon. June 6.

FAWNS, JAMES, Guisborough, innkeeper. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees. June 7. GARTON, JOSEPH SAMUEL, Grimstone, grazier. Ct. Leicester. June 6. HEYWOOD, JAMES WILLIAM, Heywood, late cotton mill manager. Bolton. June 6.

Ct.

HOLT, ALFRED, Leamington, architect. Ct. Warwick. June 7.
JENKINS, ANNIE SOUTHALL, Öystermouth, licensed victualler. Ct. Swansea.
June 6.
KELLY, MARK, Buckley, grocer. Ct. Chester. June 7.
LATHAM, HARRY GOULD, Croydon, sanitary engineer.
June 7.

Ct. Croydon.
LUKE, EDWIN THOMAS, Truro, general dealer. Ct. Truro. June 6.
MASSEY, PETER, Messingham, butcher. Ct. Great Grimsby. Jure 5.
NEEDHAM, GEORGE, Brigg, grocer. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 7.
RICHARDS, THOMAS HENRY, Bristol, draper. Ct. Bristol. June 7.
SEADEN, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Whyteleafe, cycle dealer. Ct. Croydon.
June 6.
Ct. Nottingham.

SNOWDEN, JOHN, Nottingham, potato merchant.

June 7.

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BAKER, FREDERICK THOMAS, Glasshouse-st, gunmaker. Ct. High Court.
June 4.

BIRD, ARTHUR DEVEREUX, Danbury, farmer. Ct. Chelmsford. June 3.
BORROWDALE, ROBERT, Penrith, butcher. Ct. Carlisle. June 5.
COPELAND, JOSEPH BENJAMIN, Great King's Hill, builder. Ct. Aylesbury.
June 5.

COVE, WILLIAM, Torquay, baker. Ct. Exeter. June 3.

EASTOE, HERBERT ALFRED, Barton-on-Humber, builder. Ct. Great Grimsby.
June 4.

FAIRHURST, HERBERT JOHN, Orrell, grocer. Ct. Wigan. June 3.
HALL, JOHN, Wigan, butcher. Ct. Wigan. June 3.

JACKSON, C., late Luton. Ct. High Court. June 1.

JONES, THOMAS ROSS (late trading as T. Ross Jones and Co.), Liverpool, cork merchant. Ct. Liverpool. June 5.

LEADER, WILLIAM (late trading as G. N. Coak and Co.), Stratford-rd,
Plaistow, fruiterer. Ct. High Court. June 3.

LINFIELD, WILLIAM, Horsham, contractor. Ct. Brighton. June 5.
LLOYD, ERIC WALTER, late Walcot-grdns, Kensington. Ct. High Court.
June 4.

LONEY, FRANK, Bristol, commercial traveller. Ct. Bristol. June 3.
MOSES, DAVID, Brynmawr, butcher. Ct. Tredegar. June 3.
OLIVER, HARRY, Birchinlee, tailor. Ct. Stockport. June 3.
PEARCE, FREDERICK JOHN, Balham, clerk. Ct. Wandsworth. June 5.
REED, JAMES, late Old Paradise-st, Lambeth, property dealer. Ct. High
Court. June 5.

RICHARDS, WILLIAM, Llanbadarnfynydd, grocer. Ct. Leominster. June 5. SEABORNE, ROBERT, late Birmingham, wholesale jeweller. Ct. Birmingham. June 4.

SEAR, CHARLES EDMUND MORGAN, Wakefield, clerk. Ct. Wakefield.
June 3.

SIMKIN, WILLIAM HENRY, late Wednesbury, baker. Ct. Walsall. June 3.
SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY, York, auctioneer. Ct. York. June 4.
SOMERTON, WALTER (trading as Mrs. Walter Somerton), Clevedon,
ladies' costumier. Ct. Bristol. June 4.

WATSON, ALFRED HENRY (trading as Watsons), Great Grimsby, journey.
man stonemason. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 3.
WATSON, SAMUEL, late Cockermouth, farmer. Ct Durham. June 4.
WILKINSON. ISAAC, late Clitheroe, bootmaker. Ct. Birkenhead. June 5.
WILLIAMS, EDMUND, New Tredegar, bootmaker. Ct. Tredegar. May 31.

GAZETTE, JUNE 11.

BEASLEY, JCHN, Leicester, gentleman. Ct. Leicester. June 6.
BOTTOMLEY, HORATIO WILLIAM (described in the receiving order as Horatio
Bottomley), Pall Mall, Westminster. Ct. High Court. June 6.
ERELSFORD, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, assistant schoolmaster.
Ct. Nottingham. June 8.

CHINNERY, ALBERT EDWARD, Horley, ironmonger. Ct. Croydon. June 7. COLE, EDWARD, Ruabon, proofing manufacturer Ct. Wrexham and Llangollen. June 5.

COLLINS, GEORGE,_ Charminster, baker. Ct. Dorchester. June 7.
CUTFORTH, JOHN DIXON, Great Yarmouth, chemist. Ct. Great Yarmouth.
June 6.

DAVIDSON, JAMES, Westcliff-on-Sea, stationer. Ct. Chelmsford. June 8.
DAWSON, JAMES BARNETT, Skirbeck, farmer. Ct. Boston. June 6.
DAY, GODFREY FREDERICK, Southall, baker. Ct. Windsor. June 7.
FAWNS, JAMES, Guisborough, innkeeper Ct. Stockton-on-Tees. June 7.
GARTON, JOSEPH SAMUEL, Grimstone, grazier. Ct. Leicester. June 6.
GRIMBLE, AUGUSTUS, late Ovington-grdns, estate agent. Ct. High Court.
June 7.

GULLY, G., Southwick, trainer. Ct. Brighton. June 6.
HEYHOE, GORDON VICTOR, late Swaffham, cattle dealer.
June 7.

Ct. King's Lynn.

HEYWOOD, JAMES WILLIAM, Heywood, late cotton mill manager.

Bolton. Jure 6.

Ct.

JENKINS, ANNIE SOUTHALL, Oystermouth, licensed victualler. Ct. Swansea. June 6.

KELLY, MARK, Buckley, grocer. Ct. Chester. June 7.

KRUSE, WALTER, Park, fruit grower. Ct. Truro. June 8.

LOEWY, FRANZ (described in the receiving order and trading as Thomas
Loewy and Co.), late Moor-la, carpet importer. Ct. High Court.
June 8.
June 6.

LUKE. EDWIN THOMAS, Truro, general dealer. Ct. Truro
MARRIAN, HAROLD GREENWOOD, late Hampton Hill, architect. Ct. Brent
ford. June 6.

MASSEY, PETER, Messingham, butcher. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 5.
NEEDHAM, GEORGE, Brigg, grocer. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 7.

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MARRIAGES.

BECK-BARTON.-On the 4th inst., at the Parish Church, Walthamstow, Henry James, younger son of William Michael Beck, of Ferndale, The Drive, Walthamstow, and 2, East India-av, E.C., to Grace Caroline (Peggie), younger daughter of Frederick Searl Barton, of Forest View, The Drive, Walthamstow.

FARRAR HOLT.-On the 24th ult., at St. Michael's, Oxford, by the Rev. W. M. Murray, M.A., Harry, the only son of H. Farrar, of Green-la Hall, Shelf, Yorkshire, to Florence Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Alfred Holt, of Tollington-pk, London, N.

DEATHS.

FARRAN. On the 31st ult., in London, Edmond Darley Farran, Indian
Civil Service, third son of late Sir Charles Farran, Chief Justice of
the High Court of Bombay, and dearly loved husband of Dorothy
Helen Farran, aged 28.

HADDELSEY. On the 1st inst., at Grimsby, Samuel Turner Haddelsey,
Solicitor, aged 77.
WHITAKER. On the 6th inst., at 66, Onslow-grdns, South Kensington,
Thomas Stephen Whitaker, Barrister-at-law, in his eighty-second

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HOOPER & SON

LAW PARTNERSHIP

AGENTS.

Messrs. Hooper and Son will be glad to hear from Solicitors inclined to take a Partner, or who wish to dispose of their Practices, as they have a large number of eligible candidates with varied experience and capital at their command who are seeking favourable openings.

DEEDS STAMPED.

LAY AGENCY.

SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE ACCURACY OF DUTIES. Residuary Accounts Passed, Bills of Sale and Deeds of Assignment Filed, Companies Registered, &c.

LAW COPYING, ENGROSSING, & TYPEWRITING. Maps, Plans, etc., Reduced, Enlarged, and Lithographed. ADDRESSES, VOTES of THANKS, &c., RICHLY ILLUMINATED. MEMORANDA AND ARTICLES OF AssociATION PRINTED. COMPANIES' SHARE CERTIFICATES and SEALS ENGRAVED. Telegrams: "HOOPER, LONDON.'

Telephone: 7855 CENTRAL.

69, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.

"LAW NOTES" CLASSES AND POSTAL PREPARATION

For the FINAL' and INTERMEDIATE EXAMINATIONS OF the LAW SOCIETY, the BAR, and other LEGAL EXAMINATIONS. The system of tuition followed in the classes is, as far as circumstances permit, that of a Law School," and all idea of preparing students on a cram system is entirely discarded.

ALBERT GIBSON, Solicitor (Honours, Easter 1874).
ARTHUR WELDON, Solicitor (Honours, Easter 1881).

PRINCIPALS:

First Class Honours, Common Law and Equity, Final LL.B.).

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WALTER G. HART, Solicitor {(I (LL.D. Lond.; Honours, January 1894; First Class Honours, Roman Law and Jurisprudence, Inter. LL.B. and H. GIBSON RIVINGTON, Solicitor {Scholar 1900).

(M.A. Oxon.; Clement's-inn, Daniel Reardon, and John Mackrell Prizeman, January 1900 and Soott (Clement's-inn, Daniel Reardon, and John Mackrell Prizeman, November 1899, and Travers-Smith ASSISTANT TUTORS:

A. CLIFFORD FOUNTAINE, Solicitor Scholar 1899).

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ERNEST CHarles peglER, F.C.A., Chartered Accountant (First in Order of Merit Final, First in Order of Merit Intermediate, Institute of C.A.).

AND FOR THE BAR AND UNIVERSITIES EXAMINATIONS

FRANK SHACKLEFORD, M.A., Oxon., Barrister-at-Law.

ADVIOE.-Intending Pupils are invited to call at 27, Chancery Lane for advice as to their best course of study. One of the members of the Staf is always available to callers during office hours The Principals can always be seen when not engaged in class, and especially at 11.30 am or 4 p.m.. or an appointment with any of the Principals can always be made. No fee is payable for this advice, and any Student unable to apply personally should write.

INTERMEDIATE Students are recommended to apply immediately on being articled.

SUCCESSES.-For many years the successes of "Law Notes" pupils have been entirely without precedent. A list of successes can be obtained on application.

Address-Messrs. GIBSON and WELDON, Proprietors of "Law Notes," 27, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C.

Printed and published Weekly by the Registered Proprietor, HORACE COL, Bream's Buildings, London, E.O., in the County of Middlesex.-Saturday, June 15, 1912.

THE LAW TIMES,

THE JOURNAL OF THE LAW AND THE LAWYERS.

[Registered at G.P.O. Postage within United Kingdom, One Halfpenny; and to Canada at Canadian Magazine Rate.]

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Office: 114, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, W.C.
SOLICITO PRIVATE ROOM in London office, th
(31; Public School man)

use of Clerks, telephone, and General Office, on moderate
inclusive terms.-" R. K." (No. 2612), "Law Times
Office. Bream's-buildings, E.C.

OSTS CLERK is to draw costs for

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OPEN DAY and NIGHT.

MALE and FEMALE STAFF. References to Solicitors and Bankers. 10, WARWICK COURT, GRAY'S INN, W.C. Telephone: 1541 HOLBORN. RIGHT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY, 23, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C. For PRIVATE INQUIRIES and SECRET WATCHINGS this Agency stands facile princeps for ability in conducting to a successful issue intricate matters requiring the greatest amount of discretion and skill. Lowest terms compatible with efficiency. CONSULTATIONS FREE. Telegrams: "Detailed, London." EDGAR WRIGHT, Manager, 23, MOORGATE STREET, E.C. (near Bank of England).

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T.A.:

27, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, W.C. "Bullseye, London." TN.: 10,972 Central & 491 Holborn. REFERENCES TO LEADING LONDON SOLICITORS.

KAIN'S SYSTEM OF SOLICITORS'

BOOK-KEEPING and COSTS.

Twelfth Edition Explanatory Treatise by HENRY BROWN, F.C.A. (formerly Partner with, and afterwards Successor to, the late G. J. KAIN) gives full explanations and specimen entries of all Books of Account.

This treatise brings Solicitors' Book-keeping up to date, particular attention being paid to separating office and clients' moneys, and the advantage of drawing only on realised profits. Price 3s. net.

All Account and Costs Books on Kain's Copyright System (first and second quality), also special books with extra columns, &c. (made to order), may be obtained of us (carriage paid on first quality only).

Our 2A Cash Journal, Double Bank Cols., now reduced to £1 11s. 6d. by arrangement with our publishers. SPECIAL NOTICE.-We have no connection whatever with any firm or firms who purport to sell our books, and adopters of "Kain's System" should be careful to deal direct with us or our publishers, Waterlow Brothers and Layton, and see that the name of "Kain as well as our name appear on the title page of every book. Price list, specimen sheets, and every information relating to the books are supplied by us free of charge. We have on our Register gentlemen with capital desirous of purchasing practices or partnerships.

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59, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON.

Money, Wanted and to Lend.

UTUAL LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION LIMITED (incorporated 1850), 5, Lancaster-place, Waterloo Bridge. Strand, W.C.: 38. Ship-street, Brighton: 199, Queen's-road, Hastings; and 23, Bucklersbury, E.C.: ADVANCES MONEY upon personal security, shares, deeds, &c., repayable by instalments. Bills promptly discounted. Forms free.-C. R. WRIGHT, Secretary.

MORTGAGE.-£11,000 at 4 per

cent.

REQUIRED on high-class Trustees' Security, with double margin.-Apply T. W. POWELL, Estate Agent, The Hoath, Canterbury, or 38, Paternoster-house, E.C.

Claxation or delivery olento; fifteen years experi- £15.000 REQUIRED on guaranteed

ence before London Taxing Masters; moderate terms; no
engagement required.-" C. D." (No. 3610), "Law Times'
Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

Mortgage cn Canadian Land; liberal terms.-CANADIAN SECURITIES LTD.. 24. Colemanstreet, E.C.

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PRACTICE.-SOLICITOR

UNARTICLED

NARTICLED CLERKS who desire to LAW BILL and GENERAL CLERK

interesting "Guide to the Law Clerks' Certificate," to
the Secretary, London School of Law, 55 and 56, Chancery-
lane, W.C., enclosing stamp for postage.

WANTED in country Conveyancing office.-Apply stating age, experience, and salary required, "L. 8. (No. 3612), Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

by LAW COUNTY COURT.-SECOND

LAW. CLERKSHIight WANTED articled

with West Riding firm: all-round experience; small with salary.-Apply "H. H." (No. 3612), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

LAW with

London Business: exceptional circumstances.-" Juris (No. 3612), Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

Partnerships, Wanted and Vacant.
LAW

PARTNERSHIPS.
Messrs. HOOPER and SON
INVITE SOLICITORS DESIRING
PARTNERS, or WISHING to ACQUIRE or
DISPOSE of a PRACTICE,

To avail themselves of the advantages of their Register.
They have Shares of Practices and Successions in
London, the West of England. Wales, and Yorkshire, and
in Cape Colony.

HOOPER and SON, 69, LUDGATE-HILL, LONDON, E.C.
Telegrams: Hooper, London." Telephone: 7855 Central.

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LAW. Experiented. COSTS, CLERK

"Law Times " Office. Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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CLERK REQUIRED in a Northern Court issuing 3500 plaints: state experience and salary required."T. B." (No. 3612), "Law Times Office, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

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CLERK only Journal devoted to the interests of Law

THE LAW CLERK," monthly, 2d., is the

(Commissioner),

LAWer twent SOLICITORxper(Commissioner),
solution of Partnership, DESIRES MANAGING CLERK-
SHIP or Assistant Solicitorship in country office; experi-
enced Conveyancer, Probate, and well acquainted with
country work: excellent references; salary £200, or by
arrangement.-Apply Alpha (No. 3612), Law Times
Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

AW.-ASSISTANT CONVEYANCING

TION in small office with Conveyancing, High and
County Court, and General Practice." Spero" (No. 3612),
"Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

LAW. CASHIER NGEKBOOK-KEEPER

AW.-CASHIER and BOOK-KEEPER

Accounts, Estate Agency, Tax Work; desirous of improv-
ing position.-" N. G." (No. 3612), Law Times" Office,
Bream's-buildings, E.C.
to
DRAFTS-

AMALGAMATIONS. Solicitors desiring Partners, or who are negotiate for the Sale of their Practices, should communicate with

MESSRS, ARNOLD AND CO., 76, Cannon-street, E.C. (Telephone: 5755 Bank)

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who have always a large number of gentlemen on their books, with capital and connection, requiring penings. PARTNERSHIP. PARTNER REQUIRED by Lancashire Solicitor with good Sound General Practice, established over twenty years; average net profits for many years estimated £700 to £1000 per annum; price for half share, including half share Library. Furniture, &c., £1800 Advocate preferred, and must be worker.-Apply Lancashire" (No. 3610), "Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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Young SOLICITOR (admitted

small commencing salary." J. H." (No 3610),
Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.
LAW-SOLICITORpro), and peneral business,
AW.-SOLICITOR (28), experienced in

DESIRES ASSISTANTSHIP: good Draftsman,
and
accustomed to interviewing clients; small salary accepted
"W." (No. 3606). "Law Times Office. Bream's-
buildings, E.C.

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LA Young SOLICITOR (Public School

man: recently admitted) DESIRES congenial CLERKSHIP, with or without a view to Partnership: served articles with well-known Agency firm.-" Hunter (No. 3604)," Law Times" Office, Windsor House, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

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LAW SOLICITOR'S CLERK, with

DESIRES RE-ENGAGEMENT; age 36, single; good
references. Further particulars, M.," 169, Albert-road,
Peckham, S.E.

LAW.-London SOLICITOR (36, Honours

man), with wide experience of Chancery, Common
Law, Probate, Divorce, Commercial Conveyancing, and
Trust Matters, DESIRES ENGAGEMENT by another
Solicitor or Firm requiring experienced assistance as
salaried Partner or Managing Clerk, Advertiser retaining
an interest in his own Practice; highest credentials.
"A. Z." (No. 3612), 'Law Times
Office, Bream's-
buildings, E.C.

AW.-SOLICITOR (27; admitted 1906)

County Court, Workmen's Compensation, General Prac-
tice, Advocacy: accustomed to advise clients; excellent
references.-G. M." (No. 3610), "Law Times " Office,
Bream's-buildings, E.C.
AW.-MANAGER, admitted after work-
ing articles, all-round man, of great ability and
energy, well-read Lawyer, been in business for self, will
accept small salary for restart; Costsman (specialist),
Shorthand.-" Opus "(No. 3612), "Law Times Office,
Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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SOLICITOR (33), Public School man and

experienced, good, all-round Lawyer, with small
personal Practice, wishes to meet with older Man or
Firm practising in City, W.C., or West-end, having a
medium-sized good-class Family and (or) General Prac-
tice (not Advocacy), with a view to SHARING OFFICES f
and ultimate Succession; in the meantime Advertiser
would undertake general management or give such other
assistance as might be required, receiving in return offices
and Clerks free and £100-£200 per annum, retaining his
own Practice." S. P. S." (No. 3611).
per-
Law Times
Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW.-WANTED, at once, in Lincolnshire, SOLICITOR as MANAGING CLERK for General Practice, particularly Admiralty, County Court, and Police Court work.-Apply, with particulars of age, photo, experience, and salary required, to "Lex (No. 3612), " "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings. E.C. WANTED, at once, in Solicitor's office, CASHIER and BOOK-KEEPER, able to write Shorthand and act as Correspondence Clerk if required.-Apply first by letter, stating experience and salary required, "R. W. A." (No. 3612), Law Times" Office, Bream's buildings, E.C.

WA

Clerks. Special features: Chats with Counsel, Prize Competitions, Notes on Cases, Legal Queries and Answers, &c., &c. Annual subscription, 2s. 6d., post free.-Specimen copy, 22d., from Publisher, 55, Chancery-lane.

Sales by Auction.

SALES BY AUCTION FOR THE YEAR 1912.
Messrs.

DE

EBENHAM, TEWSON, RICHARDSON, and CO. beg to announce that their SALES for 1912 of ESTATES, Investments, Town, Suburban, and Country Houses, Business Premises, Building Land, Ground Rents, Advowsons, Reversions, Stocks, Shares, and other Properties will be held at the Auction Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, near the Bank of England, in the City of London, as follows:Tuesday, June 25 Thursday, June 27 Tuesday, July 2 Thursday, July 4 Tuesday, July 9 Thursday, July 11

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By arrangement, Auctions in Town or Country can also be held on other days. Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, Richardson, and Co. undertake Sales and Valuations for Probate and other Purposes of Furniture, Pictures, Farming Stock, Timber, &c.

Detailed Lists of Investments, Estates, Sporting Quarters, Residences, Shops, and Business Premises to be Let or Sold by Private Contract can be obtained of Messrs. Debenham, Tewson, Richardson, and Co., No. 89, Cheapside, London. Telephone, Nos. 503 and 504 Bank.

TO TRUSTEES AND OTHERS. TWICKENHAM.-FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, amounting to £395 PER ANNUM, secured upon Sixty-eight Residences, known as Nos. 27 to 49 (odd), Richmond-road; Nos. 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, and 24, Strafford-road; Nos. 51, 53, 55, 57, 82, 84, and 102 to 124 (even), Amyand Park-road: Nos. 4 to 13. Victoriaroad, and Nos. 2 to 30 (even) and 37 to 51 (odd), Haggardroad, of the estimated rental value of over £2000 p.a. HOUNSLOW.-WHITTON NURSERY, NELSON-ROAD, Freehold House and 2/2 Acres, let on Lease at £65 p.a. ESSRS. TUCKETT and SON are structed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, E.C., on Monday, July 15th, 1912, at Two o'clock, the above valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES in Two or Fifty-two Lots.

ME

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Particulars of Messrs. YOUNG, JONES, and Co., Solicitors, Norfolk House, Laurence Pountney-hill, Cannonstreet, E.C.; and of Messrs. TUCKETT and SON, 1, Gresham-buildings, Basinghall-street, E.C.

CRANLEIGH, SURREY.

FREEHOLD RESIDENCES known as "BROAD OAK, containing three reception and eight bed rooms and offices, with good stabling, pretty grounds, and park-like land, comprising 6 acres, with possession.

BROOKMEAD," containing three reception and eight bed rooms and offices, with stabling and large garden, comprising about 12 acres. Let to Miss James. ACCOMMODATION and BUILDING LAND, comprising 6 acres, with long road frontage, also Two Cottages, the whole being of the annual value of upwards of £300 per annum.

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ESSRS. TUCKETT and SON are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, E.C.. on Monday, July 15th, at Two o'clock, the above valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES in Four Lots.

Particulars of Messrs. CAPRON and SPARKES, Solicitors, Guildford, Surrey; or of Messrs. TUCKETT and SON, 1, Gresham-buildings, Basinghall-street, E.C.

BOSCOMBE, BOURNEMOUTH.

TO INVESTORS AND CAPITALISTS. SALE BY AUCTION of a commanding Block of FIVE FREEHOLD SHOPS,

in the much sought after neighbourhood of Boscombe, known as Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, ST. JOHN'S-BUILDINGS (otherwise Nos. 73, 75, 77, 79, and 81. Christchurch-road, Boscombe). All let to excellent old-standing tenants, and producing a rental of

PER £620 ANNUM.

HANKINSON and SON will SELL by

at the Central Hotel, The Square, Bournemouth, on TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1912, at 3 p.m. Full particulars of Messrs. JEFFERY, WILD, and the AUCTIONEERS, The Square, Bournemouth; 2, John's-buildings, Boscombe; and 64, High-street, Camberley, Surrey.

LOVATT, Solicitors. 95. Colmore-row. Birmingham: or of

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