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THE GUARANTEE OF GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION.

An annuity issued by the Canada Life Assurance Company is a safe annuity. It is secured upon the total funds of the Company, exceeding £9,000,000 sterling. It is further secured by the long and honourable record of the Oldest of Colonial Life Offices. And, finally, it has the security afforded by the exceptionally strict Insurance Laws of the Dominion of Canada, and by the direct control of the Dominion Government.

The Canada Life Assurance Company is subject
to the direct supervision of the Canadian Govern-
ment Finance Minister.

With this unimpeachable security, a Canada Life Annuity offers a larger return from a given sum than any home office can afford to pay. This is due to the fact that its funds are mainly invested in Canada, and have profited by the ever-growing prosperity of the Dominion.

A man of 65 can obtain from an investment of £1000

a yearly income of £113 10s. 1 d. for life.

Special Annuity Booklet and rates sent free
on application to the Head Office :-

CANADA LIFE

ASSURANCE COMPANY (Estab. 1847), 14, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON, E.C.

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The Dominions Settlement Association Ltd.

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Complete with houses, under full cultivation, situated at

ST. WILLIAMS, NORFOLK, SOUTHERN ONTARIO, On the Shores of Lake Erie.

The association are offering a
limited number of Farms varying
from 10 to 150 acres in extent.
THE FARMS will be planted,
cropped, and fenced, a good house
built, with water supply, &c.. and
handed over in working
order.

Prices from £40 per acre
COMPLETE.

Mildest climate in Canada. Within
8 days of London. Unlimited
Markets. Good social com-
munity. Good sport and recreation.
Finest duck shooting and bass
fishing in the Dominion. Centre
(f the fruit and pickle canning
industries. Inexperienced settlers
assisted in every way by the expert
resident Staff. Special arrange-
ments made for the tuition and
care of young educated settlers,
free of cost.

Picking Apples on Fruit Farm.
Apply to the Managers and Settlement Agents-
Messrs. E. & H. LUMLEY, (Established 1853)
22, ST. JAMES'S STREET, LONDON, S.W.
BRANCH OFFICES:-13, FREDERICK ST., EDINBURGH.
Also ST. WILLIAMS, ONTARIO.

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officials, who in their estate duty forms suggest that the taxpayer may as well exercise the option of paying the duty on expectancies by anticipation? OLIVER A. SAUNDERS. 17, Old-square, Lincoln's-inn, W.C.

LEGAL OBITUARY.

Mr. EDWARD JAMES CASTLE, K.C., Recorder of Bristol, died on the 27th ult., aged seventy. The son of Professor H. J. Castle, of King's College, London, Mr. Castle was educated at that college. He was called by the Inner Temple in 1868, and joined the Western Circuit. He acquired a considerable practice, especially in Local Government cases and arbitrations, and was an authority on the Law of Rating, on which he published a treatise in 1879, and of which a fourth edition appeared in 1903. He also published a book on the Law of Commerce in Time of War. He took silk in 1888, and subsequently was elected Bencher of his Inn. He was Recorder of Winchester from 1888 to 1897, when he was appointed Recorder of Bristol and Judge of the Bristol Tolsey and Pie Poudre Courts.

Mr. JAMES HEYGATE, of the Elms, Wellingborough, solicitor, died at his residence on the 26th ult. in his sixty-seventh year. He was admitted in 1867, since when he has practised at Wellingborough. For many years he practised largely in the local courts. In 1890 he was appointed registrar of the Wellingborough County Court, a position he held at his death. In 1899 he took Mr. Warwick James, of Blandford, into partnership. Mr. Heygate leaves a widow, but no family.

Mr. WILLIAM EDWIN RANGER, clerk to Mr. Douglas Hogg, died, after a short illness, on the 27th ult. For many years he was clerk to the late Mr. T. R. Kemp, Q.C.

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List, as far as possible, of EFFECTIVE Causes only.

CAUSES STANDING FOR HEARING.

Thompson v. Dibdin and others. (England.)

Waller and others v. Stevenson. (England.)

Claudius Ash, Sons, and Co. Limited v. Invicta Manufacturing Company Limited. (England.)

Norfolk and North American Steam Shipping Company Limited . Virginia Carolina Chemical Company et è contra (England.)

Watkins v. Naval Colliery Company (1897) Limited. (England.)

Howley Park Coal and Cannel Company v. London and North-Western Railway Company. (England.)

Owners of Steamship Devonshire v. Owners of Barge Leslie and others. (England.) Walford and another v. Walford. (England.)

Taylor v. Denny, Mott, and Dickson Limited. (England.)

Gillow and others. County Council of Durham. (England.)

Neugebauer and another v. London and Provincial Marine and General Insurance
Company Limited. (England.)

British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company Limited. Underground
Electric Railways Company of London Limited. (England.)
British Association of Glass Bottle Manufacturers Limited v. Nett'efold. (England.)

CAUSES WAITING FOR JUDGMENT.

Attorney-General (at the relation of Mayor, &c., of Tamworth and others) v. Birmingham, Tame, and Rea District Drainage Board. (In part considered.) Kilmarnock Theatre Company Limited (in liquidation) and others v. Buchanan and others.

Guardians of the Poor of Hackney Union v. Kingston-upon-Hull Incorporation for the Poor.

J. and E. Kish v. Charles Taylor, Sons, and Co.

Deeley v. Lloyds Bank Limited.

Robertson and others v. Waldie Griffith.

Lloyd (Pauper) v. Grace, Smith, and Co. (In part considered.)

Ball (Pauper) r. William Hunt and Sons Limited.

Hyman and another r. Rose.

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HUGHES, JOHN, Cardiff, chemist. Ct. Cardiff. April 22
HAYCOCK, JOSEPH, Pontrhydyrhun, grocer. Ct. Newport, Mon. April 23.
IKIN, HARRY BENNETT, Coole Pilate, joiner. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe.

April 23.

LLOYD, CHARLES P., late Aberystwyth, butcher. Ct. Aberystwyth. April 23.

LEARY, NICHOLAS, Bootle, funeral furnisher. Ct. Liverpool. April 23. MILES, FREDERICK, Wakefield, innkeeper. Ct. Wakefield. April 22. PHILLIPS, ALFRED PENRYN, Hanley, draper. Ct. Hanley. April 22. PELTENSTONE, DAVID DAVIS (trading as D. Davis and Co.), Nottingham, lace dealer. Ct. Nottingham. April 22.

PHILLIPS, PHILIP, late Port Talbot, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystrady. fodwg, and Porth. April 22.

ROCHE, THOMAS FRANCIS, late Kingston-on-Thames,
Kingston, Surrey. April 22.

surgeon. Ct.

SMITH, CHARLES H., late Banbury, clothier. Ct. Banbury. April 23.
SHEARER, JAMES GEORGE, Bournemouth, doctor of medicine (Georgetown
University). Ct. Poole. April 23.

THUMBS, SAMUEL, Nottingham, asphalter. Ct. Nottingham. April 24.
VINCENT, HARRY, Sidcup, late butcher's carrier. Ct. Rochester. April 22.
VENN, EDWIN CHARLES, Truro, potter. Ct. Truro. April 23.
WATSON, CHARLES, Winslow, tobacconist. Ct. Banbury. April 22.
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, Withybrook, farmer. Ct. Coventry. April 24.
WILLIAMS, JOHN RICHARD, Kerry, farm labourer. Ct. Newtown., April 22.
WHELPTON, GEORGE HERBERT, Nottingham, warehouseman. Ct.' Notting-
ham. April 23.
WILLIAMS, JOSEPH LLOYD, Swansea, accountant. Ct. Swansea. April 22.

GAZETTE, APRIL 30.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. JOHNSON, M. CHARLES, Seagrave-rd, West Brompton, salesman. April 26. MITCHELL-HEDGES, FREDERICK ALBERT (trading as Pembery Robinson and Co.), London-wall. April 26.

RIVETT-CARNAC, W., late Bitterne. April 24.

SAMUELS, S. (trading as Samuels and Co.), Ely-pl, jeweller's factor. April 25.

SANDFORD, WILLIAM H., late Whitehall-ct, Whitehall. April 25,

To surrender at their respective District Courts. BRISTO, HENRY WILLIAM (otherwise Henry Bristo, jun.), Ipswich, job. master. Ct. Ipswich. April 26. BLAND, ERNEST SCOTT, Leeds, late furniture dealer. Ct. Leeds. April 24. BIRD, WALTER JOHNSON, Leicester, corn dealer. Ct. Leicester. April 27. BROOMHEAD, HENRY, Sheffield, assistant librarian. Ct. Sheffield. April 27. CROSS, HAROLD (trading as Harold J. Cross), Leyland, joiner. Ct. Bolton. April 24.

CAMP, SAMUEL, Cardiff, baker. Ct. Cardiff. April 24.

COLLINSON, WILLIAM B. (trading as William B. Collinson and Co.), Man.
chester, manufacturer's agent. Ct. Manchester. April 26.
COLBON, ALFRED ASKEW, Whittlesey, general dealer. Ct. Peterborough.
April 25.

ELPHICK, CHARLES WILLIAM ROBERT, Portsmouth, builder.
mouth. April 24.

Ct. Ports.

FITZGERALD, EDWARD RAPHAEL, Greenford, gentleman. Ct. Brentford. April 26.

FENWICK, WILLIAM FENWICK, Hop-exchange, commercial traveller. Ct. Wandsworth. April 25.

GORDON, W., Bournemouth, musician. Ct. Poole. April 26.

HALLIDAY, WILLIAM JARDINE, Blackburn, stockbroker. Ct. Blackburn and Darwen. April 24.

HALL, HERBERT WILLIAM HOPWOOD, Leeds, architect. Ct. Leeds. April 25.

HUDSON BROTHERS AND Co., Horsforth, corn millers. Ct. Leeds. April 25.
HALL, ELIZABETH, Tuxford, licensed victualler. Ct. Lincoln. April 27.
MATHER, JAMES, Mablethorpe, baker. Ct. Great Grimsby. April 25.
MITCHELL, CROSSLEY, Brimington, meat salesman. Ct. Chesterfield.
April 26.

METCALFE, ARTHUR, Worksop, ironmonger. Ct Sheffield. April 25.
MOORFOOT, WILLIAM, late Goole, coal merchant. Ct. Wakefield. April 26.
NEARS, THOMAS OLIVER, Sudbury, oil merchant. Ct. Colchester. April 24.
RIGDEN, EDWARD JOHN (in the petition described as Edward James
Rigden), Canterbury, dealer. Ct. Canterbury. April 27
SKIPWORTH, PERCY, Louth, baker, Ct. Great Grimsby. April 25,

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BLUMENTHAL, ABRAHAM SOLOMON (described in the receiving order as
A. S. Blumenthal, male), Hanbury-st, tobacco dealer. Ct. High
Court. April 24.

BULLOCK, FREDERICK WILLIAM (trading as Bullock's Lead and Glass
Works), Bermondsey-st, Bermondsey, lead merchant. Ct. High
Court. April 23.
BURTWELL, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Brentwood, builder. Ct. Chelmsford.
April 22.

COOPER, PERCY HARRY (described in the receiving order and trading as
P. Cooper and Co.), Cannon-st. Ct. High Court. April 20.
COBB, ALFRED JAMES (in the petition described as Alfred Cobb), Hastings,
florist. Ct. Hastings. April 23.

CHANCELLOR, ALBERT (deceased), late Richmond. Ct. Wandsworth.
April 22.

DUCKER, JONATHAN, Farnworth, late coal merchant. Ct. Bolton. April 22. EDWARDS, THOMAS, late Cwmgorse, building contractor. Ct. Neath and Aberavon. April 23.

FLETCHER, JOSEPH HOWARD, Portsmouth, manager. Ct Portsmouth. April 22.

GARDNER, ARTHUR JOHN, Birmingham, printer. Ct. Birmingham. April 24.

HEDLEY, ARTHUR ROBERT (described in the receiving order as Arthur Hedley), Seymour-pl. Ct. High Court. April 24.

HEYMANS, SIEGFRIED LOUIS (late trading as S. Temple and Co., and described in the receiving order as Siegfried Heymanns, trading as Temple and Co.), Oxford-st, commission agent. Ct. High Court. April 24.

HUGHES, JOHN, Cardiff, chemist. Ct. Cardiff. April 22,

HAYCOCK, JOSEPH, Pontrhydyrhun, grocer. Ct. Newport, Mon. April 23. IKIN, HARRY BENNETT, Coole Pilate, joiner. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe. April 23.

ISAACS, MORRIS BENJAMIN, Highbury New-pk, Canonbury, fruiterer. Ct. High Court. April 24.

MOULD, RICHARD, late Watling-st, insurance agent. Ct. High Court. April 22.

MILES, FREDERICK, Wakefield, innkeeper. Ct. Wakefield April 22. POPE, FREDERICK GEORGE (trading as F. G. Pope and Co.), late Wilfredst, Buckingham-gate, builder. Ct. High Court. April 24. PELTENSTONE, DAVID DAVIS (trading as D. Davis and Co.), Nottingham, lace dealer. Ct. Nottingham. April 22.

PHILLIPS, PHILIP, late Port Talbot, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and Porth. April 22.

PILKINGTON, THOMAS ALBERT, Sheffield, grocer. Ct. Sheffield. April 22. SHEARER, JAMES GEORGE, Bournemouth, doctor of medicine (Georgetown University). Ct. Poole. April 23.

TAYLOR, GEORGE HENRY, Dorchester, late licensed victualler. Ct. Dorchester. April 22.

THUMBS, SAMUEL, Nottingham, asphalter. Ct. Nottingham. April 24. VENN, EDWIN CHARLES, Truro, potter. Ct. Truro. April 23,

VINCENT, HARRY, Sidcup, late butcher's carrier. Ct. Rochester. April 22. WATSON, CHARLES, Winslow, tobacconist. Ct. Banbury. April 22. WRIGHT, WILLIAM. Withybrook, farmer, Ct. Coventry. April 24. WILLIAMS, JOHN RICHARD, Kerry, farm labourer Ct. Newtown. April 22. WILLIAMS. JOSEPH LLOYD, Swansea, accountant. Ct. Swansea. April 22. YOUNG, HENRY, Devizes, hairdresser. Ct. Bath. April 22.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Jan. 6, 1911. BEIGEL, HENRY LANAHAN, late Stratford-pl, Oxford-st, doctor. Ct. High Court. Jan. 3, 1911.

GAZETTE, APRIL 30.

AZENSTEIN, LEWIS (male), Sandringham-rd, Dalston, dealer in jewellery.
Ct. High Court. April 26.
BRISTO, HENRY WILLIAM (otherwise Henry Bristo, jun.), Ipswich, job-
master. Ct. Ipswich. April 26.

BLAND, ERNEST SCOTT, Leeds, late furniture dealer. Ct. Leeds. April 24.
BIRD, WALTER JOHNSON, Leicester, corn dealer. Ct. Leicester, April 27.
BROOM HEAD, HENRY, Sheffield, assistant librarian. Ct. Sheffield. April 27.
BEECH, SAMUEL, Forton, late innkeeper. Ct. Stafford April 27.
CROSS, HAROLD (trading as Harold J. Cross), Leyland, joiner. Ct. Bolton.
April 24.

CAMP, SAMUEL, Cardiff, baker. Ct. Cardiff. April 24.
CAMPBELL, W. H., late Llanelly, draper. Ct. Carmarthen.
CHARD, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Penge, property dealer.

April 29.

April 25.
Ct. Croydon.

COLBON, ALFRED ASKEW, Whittlesey, general dealer. Ct. Peterborough. April 25.

DE FRECE, JOHN ISAAC (in the receiving order named Jack de Frece), Bedford Court-mansions, Holborn, theatrical manager. Ct. High Court. April 26.

DEHNICKE, BRUNO P., Sutton. Ct. Croydon. April 25.

EATON, PRYCE RICHARD, Montgomery, butcher. Ct Newtown. April 25.
FRENCH, WILLIAM JOHN, Holne, farmer. Ct. Plymouth. April 26.
FENWICK, WILLIAM FENWICK, Hop-exchange, commercial traveller. Ct.
Wandsworth. April 25.

HANSFORD, THOMAS, Merton Park, tailor's cutter. Ct. Croydon. April 25.
HALL, HERBERT WILLIAM HOPWOOD, Leeds, architect. Ct. Leeds.
April 25.
HUDSON, GEORGE WILLIAM; HUDSON, JOHN ROWLAND; and TOWNEND,
GEORGE ALBERT WILLIAM (trading as Hudson Brothers and Co.), Hors-
forth, corn millers. Ct. Leeds. April 26.
HALL, ELIZABETH, Tuxford, licensed victualler. Ct. Lincoln. April 27.
KNIGHT, CHARLES CROSBY, Sawbridgeworth, bookseller. Ct. Hertford.
April 25.
LLOYD, CHARLES P., late Aberystwyth, butcher. Ct. Aberystwyth.
April 26.

LEARY, NICHOLAS, Bootle, funeral furnisher. Ct. Liverpool. April 25.
MITCHELL, CROSSLEY, Brimington, meat salesman. Ct. Chesterfield.
April_26.

MATHER, JAMES, Mablethorpe, baker. Ct. Great Grimsby. April 26.
METCALFE, ARTHUR, Worksop, ironmonger. Ct. Sheffield. April 25.
MOORFOOT, WILLIAM, late Goole, coal merchant. Ct. Wakefield. April 26.
NAGLER, ISAAC, Kingsland-rd. Ct. High Court. April 25.
NEARS, THOMAS OLIVER, Sudbury, oil merchant. Ct. Colchester. April 24.
NORTON, THOMAS EDMUND, Portland, butcher. Ct. Dorchester. April 27.
PEARSE, LIVIAN FRANCIS, St. Dunstan's-hill. Ct. High Court. April 27.
PHILLIPS, ALFRED PENRYN, Hanley, draper. Ct. Hanley. April 25.
ROFE, CHARLES, Jarvis Brook, florist. Ct. Tunbridge Wells. April 25.

STOCKTON, JOHN, Lucas-st, Bethnal Green, licensed victualler. Ct. High Court. April 27.

SKIPWORTH, PERCY, Louth, baker. Ct. Great Grimsby. April 25. WHELPTON, GEORGE HERBERT, Nottingham, warehouseman. Ct. Notting. ham. April 25.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Jan. 26. JACKSON, WILLIAM FRANCIS (otherwise known as Cecil Hamilton Baines) late Cardiff, theatrical manager. Ct. Bristol. Jan. 23.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, April 26. GARDNER, ARTHUR JOHN, Birmingham, printer. Ct. Birmingham. April 24.

ADJUDICATIONS ANNULLED. GAZETTE, APRIL 26.

BOWKER, HARRY FLETCHER (trading as the Dispatch Motor Carrying Company), Birkdale, carrier. Ct. Liverpool. April 20

GAZETTE, APRIL 30.

GILLESPIE, JAMES, Sunderland, draper. Ct. Sunderland. March 22. JOHNSON, SYDNEY CLARK (trading as S. Clark Johnson and Co.), Leeds, woollen manufacturer. Ct. Leeds. April 22.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTH.

ALLFREE. On the 22nd ult., at Redriff, St. Peters, Broadstairs, the wife of E. C. Allfree, Solicitor, Ramsgate, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES. DAVIDSON-ARROL.-On the 20th ult., at St. Mary's Church, Guildford, Nigel George Davidson, Judge of the Sudan Courts of Justice, to Iris, youngest daughter of Walter Arrol, Chapleacre, Helensburgh. HANHART PHILLIPS.-On the 20th ult., at St. Paul's, Avenue-rd, N.W., Arthur Anderson Hanhart, B.A., LL.B., King Edward's-rd, Ruislip, and Southampton-st, High Holborn, Solicitor, to Gladys Austin, younger daughter of the late Arthur Phillips and of Mrs. Phillips, of Avenue-rd, Hampstead. RAFFETY-BROWN. On the 18th ult., at the Woodford Congregational Church, Frank Walter Raffety, of the Middle Temple, to Jessie Jane, younger daughter of W. H. Brown, of Harts, Woodford Green, Essex. DEATHS.

HEYGATE. On the 26th ult., at Wellingborough, James Heygate, Solicitor, aged 67.

MACLEAN. On the 21st ult., at Union Bank House, Forfar, John Alexander Maclean, Solicitor and Bank Agent.

MIDDLEMAS. On the 20th ult., at Bailiffgate, Alnwick, Robert Middlemas, Solicitor, in his eighty-first year.

PEARD. On the 18th ult.. in London, George Oliver Peard, of Riverside, Bideford, Solicitor, aged 68.

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JUST PUBLISHED.

Paterson's Practical Statutes

OF THE

SESSION 1911

(1 GEO. 5 AND 1 & 2 GEO. 5),

With Notes, Tables of Statutes repealed and amended, Lists of Local and Personal and Private Acts, and a Copious Index.

BY

W. de BRACY HERBERT, M.A., LL.M., Barrister-at-Law.

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