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GAZETTE, JULY 5.

Greswell Leach Goldschmidt

BLAND, JOHN ARTHUR, and RHODES, GEORGE PRESTON, solicitors, 27. Brazennose-st, Manchester, under style of Phythian Bland and Rhodes. June 29. J. A. Bland will continue to practise at old address under style of Phythian and Bland, and G. P. Rhodes on his own account at Diocesan-chmbrs, 51, South King-st, Manchester.

RUTHERFORD, WM. WATSON; RUTHERFORD, CHAS. H.; RUTHERFORD. ARTHUR; CLARKSON, HERBERT GREEN; and RUTHERFORD, J. H., solicitors, 48, Cannon-st, E.C., and Liverpool, under style of Rutherfords. June 30 So far as concerns H. G. Clarkson, who retires from the firm.

WEED.

GAZETTE, JULY 9.

WILLIAM, and MASON, JAMES ERNEST, solicitors, Maidenhead. July 5. Debts by W. Weed.

Bankrupts.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890.

RECEIVING ORDERS.

GAZETTE, JULY 5.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. ALEXANDER, ALEC, Strutton-ground, Westminster, fishmonger. July 1. CHOSIDOW, M. AND CO., Lloyd's-av, Russian merchants. July 2. GRAHAM, THOMAS, Bute-st, South Kensington. June 28.

June 28.

J MICHAEL DAWSON AND Co., Tooley-st, butter importers. July 2.
MORGAN, JOSEPH AUGUSTUS, Clement's-inn, Strand, surveyor.
SPICER, DONALD, Woodford Green, gentleman. July 2.

To be tried at their respective District Courts.
ABBOTT, WILLIAM WALTER, Wood Green, late hosier. Ct. Edmonton.
July 1.

BABB, WALTER ANNING, Bristol, master mariner. Ct. Bristol. July 2.
BAXTER, JOHN WILLIAM (late trading as Roberts and Baxter), Brigg,
builder. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 1.
BENNION, PETER, West Birmingham, draper

Ct. Birmingham. July 2. BLAKE, HENRY, Down End, market gardener. Ct. Newport and Ryde. June 29.

CLOSE, ALFRED LEONARD, late Crosby, plasterer.
June 29.

Ct. Great Grimsby.

CCCKSEDGE, THOMAS ABRAHAM BRYAN, Emsworth, veterinary surgeon. Ct. Portsmouth. June 29.

COLLETT, ARTHUR, late Smethwick, baker. Ct. West Bromwich. July 1. DAVIES, SYDNEY (trading as T. S. Newton and Co.), Neyland, fish salesman. Ct. Pembroke Dock. July 1.

DAVIES, THOMAS, Pontypridd, printer. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and Porth. July 1.

DAVIS, JOHN, Eastbourne. Ct. Eastbourne and Lewes. July 1.
DISTURNAL, JOHN, Walsall, baker. Ct. Walsall, June 29.
EMSALL, WILLIAM, Salford, draper. Ct. Salford. July 1

GARSDEN, JOHN WILLIAM (trading as J. W. Garsden and Co.), Blackburn,
electrical engineer. Ct. Blackburn and Darwen. June 29
GATTON, P., Ashford, poultry farmer. Ct. Kingston, Surrey. July_2.
GREEN, HARRY, Long Eaton, hairdresser. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton.
July 2.

JACQUES, WILLIAM JAMES, Reading, fruiterer. Ct Reading. July 1.
JENKINS, RICHARD, Pentre, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and
Porth. July 3.

JOHNS, JOHN THOMAS, Cardiff, commercial clerk. Ct. Cardiff. July 1. MITCHELL, EDWARD JOHN OATLEY, Bristol, fishmonger. Ct. Bristol. July 3.

MYERS, FRANK, Great Grimsby, grocer. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 2. NEWHOUSE, WILLIAM AKED, and NEWHOUSE, HARRY EDGAR (trading as W. H. Newhouse, Sons, and Co.), Bradford, stockbrokers. Ct. Bradford July 2.

PHILIPSON, WILLIAM THOMAS (trading as Philipson Bros.). Cleethorpes, aronmonger. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 29.

POWELL, JOHN, Swansea, gentleman. Ct. Swansea. July 3.
RAMSAY, ROBERT, Whitley Bay, tobacconist. Ct. Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
July 3.

ROYLE, THOMAS, Heaton Norris, fruiterer. Ct. Stockport July 3.
SHARPE, JAMES THEOBALD, Oakham, engineer. Ct. Leicester. July 2.
SHERWOOD, CHARLES, Bournemouth, egg merchant. Ct. Poole. July 3.
SLANEY, EDWIN REUBEN, Burton-on-Trent, undertaker. Ct. Burton-on-
Trent. July 2.

SPACEY, FRANCIS, Moreton Pinkney, farmer. Ct. Banbury. July 3.
THOMPSON, ARTHUR (trading as W. Thompson and Son), Sherburn-in-
Elmet, builder. Ct. York July 3.

TREASURER, WILLIAM HENRY JAMES, Ashford, tobacconist. Ct. Canterbury. July 1.

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UNIVERSAL LINEN COMPANY (a firm), Liverpool, linen drapers. Ct, Liverpool. July 3.

WEBSTER, BERNARD, Darlington, late grocer. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees.
July 1.

WHITMAN. GEORGE MARTIN, Aspley Guise, house agent. Ct. Luton.
July 2
WRIGHT, WILLIAM DONALDSON (trading as the Midland Slate Company),
Nottingham, builder's merchant. Ct. Nottingham. July 2.
Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, June 25.
OXLEY, HENRY HALLIFIELD (otherwise known as Oliver Huxley), late
Ealing, consulting engineer. Ct. Brentford. June 21
Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, July 2.
WILLIS, SAMUEL DUNCAN, Manchester, cotton yarn agent. Ct. Man-
chester. June 28.

GAZETTE, JULY 9.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. ALDERSON, ARTHUR CLIFTON, Hurlingham Court-mansions, Hurlingham, actor. July 5. BRAUCKMANN, ALBERT, late Chapel-st, Milton-st, hardware merchant. July 4. FERGUSSON, F. W., Queen's Park-yd, Lancefield-st, Paddington, carrier. July 5.

GREEN, S., Priory-rd, West Hampstead. July 5.

LEAPMAN, ERNEST (trading as L. Ernest), Westbourne-grove, jeweller. July 3.

MACFARLANE, C. W., late Newport, draper. July 6.

PIPER, G. SOUTHWELL, late Brook-green, Hammersmith. July 4.
RIDDELL, CAPTAIN GEORGE A., Jermyn-st, Piccadilly. July 3.
SANDERS, T. MAKINSON, late Kensington-mansions. July 4

STRONG, GEORGE NICHOLAS, Saltram-cres, Shirland-rd, Paddington, school teacher. July 6.

To surrender at their respective District Courts. BEALE, ARTHUR ARNOLD, Ringwood, medical practitioner. Ct. Salisbury. July 5.

BELLINGHAM, JOHN, Sittingbourne, oilman. Ct. Rochester. July 5. BUCKINGHAM EMMA ELIZABETH, Sheringham, boarding-house keeper, spinster. Ct. Norwich. July 5.

DAVIES, ALBERT J., late Wandsworth Common, butcher. Ct. Wandsworth. July 4.

DAW, JOSEPH, Paignton, farmer. Ct. Plymouth. July 5.

DEAN, ARTHUR (trading as the Empire Outfitting Company), Barnsley.
outfitter Ct. Barnsley. July 5.
DEGEN, OSCAR EMIEL, late Plumstead, baker. Ct. Wandsworth. July 5.
DWARRIS-GIBBS, LOUIS, Totton, gentleman farmer. Ct. Southampton.
July 5.

FORD, ANSON ST. CLAIR ST. CLAIR, late Ashton-under-Hill
July 4.

Ct. Worcester.

GRAY, JOHN, Great Grimsby, joinery manufacturer. Ct. Great Grimsby.
July 5,
HARVEY, HARRY RAYNOR, Great Grimsby, yeast merchant. Ct. Great
Grimsby. July 5.

NICHOLSON, JAMES, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, agent. Ct. Newcastle-upon-
Tyne. July 5.

NORMAN, WILLIAM HENRY (trading as Lawrance and Co.). Bournemouth, oil merchant. Ct. Poole. July 4.

O'ROURKE, MICHAEL, Walmersley-rd, Bury, grocer. Ct. Bolton. July 2. PARKER, THOMAS, late Kew Gardens, engineer. Ct. Wandsworth. July 4. PLATT, THOMAS WILLIAM, and BALSHAW, ARTHUR (trading as Platt and Balshaw), Leigh, joiners. Ct. Bolton. July 4.

POTTER, JOHN WILLIAM, Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds. July 3.

RIVETT, WILLIAM EZRA, Lowestoft, draper. Ct. Great Yarmouth. July 5. RYMER, JACOB, and ARONOVICH, MORRIS (trading as J. Rymer), suite manufacturers, Manchester. July 5.

SCPER, JOHN SAMUEL, Devonport, labourer. Ct. Plymouth. July 5.
TOWNSEND, WILLIAM, Bow, farmer. Ct. Exeter. July 2

TUCKETT, EMMA ISABEL, Taunton, music teacher. Ct. Taunton. July 6.
WARNER, THOMAS HENRY, late Blyth, fish merchant. Ct. Newcastle-upon-
Tyne. July 4.

YEARSLEY, JOHN THOMAS, Northwich, marine store dealer. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe. July 4.

ADJUDICATIONS. GAZETTE, JULY 5. BABB, WALTER ANNING, Bristol, master mariner. Ct. Bristol. July 2. BAXTER, JOHN WILLIAM (late trading as Roberts and Baxter), Brigg, builder. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 1. BLAKE, HENRY, Down End, market gardener. Ct. Newport and Ryde. June 29.

CLOSE, ALFRED LEONARD, late Crosby, plasterer. Ct. Great Grimsby.

June 29.

COLLETT, ARTHUR, late Smethwick, baker. Ct. West Bromwich. July 1. COOPER, EDWARD GEORGE, Gipsy Hill, gentleman. Ct. High Court. July 2.

DAVIES, THOMAS, Pontypridd, printer. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and Porth. July 1.

DISTURNAL, JOHN, Walsall, baker. Ct. Walsall. June 29.
EMSALL, WILLIAM, Salford, draper. Ct. Salford. July 1

GARSDEN, JOHN WILLIAM (trading as J. W. Garsden and Co.), Blackburn, electrical engineer. Ct. Blackburn and Darwen. June 29.

GREEN, HARRY, Long Eaton, hairdresser. Ct. Derby and Long Eaton.
July 2.
HAMILTON, KATHLEEN (described in the receiving order as Kate Murray
Hamilton), late Redcliffe-sq, spinster. Ct. High Court. July 2.
JACQUES, WILLIAM JAMES, Reading, fruiterer. Ct. Reading. July 1.
JENKINS, RICHARD. Pentre, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and
Porth. July 3.

JOHNS, JOHN THOMAS, Cardiff, commercial clerk. Ct. Cardiff. July 1.
JONES, THOMAS, Talissin, blacksmith. Ct. Aberystwyth. July 1.
KING, CYRIL TEMPLETON, late Bassett-rd, North Kensington. Ct. High
Court. July 2.

MITCHELL. EDWARD JOHN OATLEY, Bristol, fishmonger. Ct. Bristol.
July 3.

MYERS, FRANK, Great Grimsby, grocer. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 2.
NEWHOUSE, WILLIAM AKED, and NEWHOUSE, HARRY EDGAR trading as
W. H. Newhouse, Sons, and Co), Bradford, stockbrokers.
ford. July 2.

Ct. Brad

PETERS, ALFRED JAMES ANDERSON (described in the receiving order as
James Anderson Peters), Bath, physician. Ct. Bath July 2.
PHILIPSON, WILLIAM THOMAS (trading as Philipson Bros.), Cleethorpes,
ironmonger. Ct. Great Grimsby. June 29.
PUGH, JOHN ROBERT, Towyn, licensed victualler. Ct Aberystwyth.
July 2
ROGERS, WALTER SEPTIMUS, Walton-on-Thames, house agents' manager.
Ct. Kingston, Surrey. July 3

ROYLE, THOMAS, Heaton Norris, fruiterer. Ct Stockport July 3.
SANKEY, ENOCH WILLIAM, Croft, farmer. Ct. Warrington. July 3.
SCOTT, JAMES EDWARD (trading as Jescott Steamers and as J. E. Scott),
Coal-exchange. Ct. High Court. July 2.

SHARPE, JAMES THEOBALD, Oakham, engineer. Ct. Leicester. July 2.
SHERWOOD, CHARLES, Bournemouth, egg merchant. Ct. Poole. July 3.
SLANEY, EDWIN REUBEN, Burton-on-Trent, undertaker. Ct. Burton-on-
Trent. July 2.

SPICER, DONALD, Woodford Green, gentleman. Ct. High Court. July 2. TASKER, JOHN (trading as Morgan and Tasker), Bristol, tobacco dealer. Ct. Bristol. July 2.

THOMPSON, ARTHUR (trading as W. Thompson and Son), Sherburn-inElmet, builder. Ct. York. July 3.

TREASURER, WILLIAM HENRY JAMES, Ashford, tobacconist. Ct. Canterbury. July 1.

WAREING, ROBERT, Accrington, ice merchant. Ct. Blackburn and Darwen. July 1.

WEBSTER, BERNARD, Darlington, late grocer. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees. July 1.

WHITMAN, GEORGE MARTIN, Aspley Guise, house agent. Ct. Luton. July 2.

WILLIS, SAMUEL DUNCAN, Manchester, cotton yarn agent. Ct. Manchester. July 2.

GAZETTE, JULY 9.

ALDERSON, ARTHUR CLIFTON, Hurlingham Court-mansions, Hurlingham, actor. Ct. High Court. July 5.

ALEXANDER, ALEC, Strutton-ground, Westminster, fishmonger. Ct. High Court. July 4.

BEALE, ARTHUR ARNOLD, Ringwood, medical practitioner. Ct. Salisbury.
July 5.

BELLINGHAM, JOHN, Sittingbourne, oilman. Ct. Rochester. July 5.
BENNION, PETER, Birmingham, draper. Ct. Birmingham. July 4.
BRIGGS, JOSIAH, Heaton Norris, builder. Ct. Stockport. July 4.
BUCKINGHAM, EMMA ELIZABETH, Sheringham, boarding-house keeper,
spinster. Ct. Norwich. July 5.

DAW, JOSEPH, Paignton, farmer. Ct. Plymouth. July 5.

DAWSON, MICHAEL JOSEPH (trading as Michael J. Dawson and Co., described in the receiving order as J. Michael Dawson and Co.), Tooley-st, butter importer. Ct. High Court. July 5.

DEGEN, OSCAR EMIEL, late Plumstead, baker Ct. Wandsworth.

July 5. FORD, ANSON ST. CLAIR ST. CLAIR, late Ashton-under-Hill. Ct. Worcester. July 4.

GRAY, JOHN, Great Grimsby, joinery manufacturer. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 5.

HARVEY, HARRY RAYNOR, Great Grimsby, yeast merchant. Ct. Great Grimsby. July 5.

MIDDLETON, JOSEPH, Stockport, fish merchant. Ct. Stockport. July 4. NICHOLSON, JAMES, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, agent. Ct. Newcastle-uponTyne. July 5.

NORMAN, WILLIAM HENRY (trading as Lawrance and Co.), Bournemouth, oil merchant. Ct. Poole. July 4.

O'ROURKE, MICHAEL, Walmersley-rd, Bury, grocer. Ct Bolton. July 2.
PLATT, THOMAS WILLIAM, and BALSHAW, ARTHUR (trading as Platt and
Balshaw), Leigh, joiners. Ct. Bolton. July 4.
POTTER, JOHN WILLIAM. Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds. July 3.
POWELL, JOHN, Swansea, gentleman. Ct. Swansea. July 4.
RAMSAY, ROBERT, Whitley Bay, tobacconist. Ct. Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
July 5.
REES, WILLIAM, late Brynaman, chemist's assistant. Ct. Bristol. July 6.
RIVETT, WILLIAM EZRA, Lowestoft, draper. Ct. Great Yarmouth. July 5.
SCOTT, FRANCIS THOMAS (in the receiving order described as Frank Scott),
Greville-pl, Mortimer-rd, Priory-rd, Hampstead. Ct. High Court.
July 4.

SIMPSON, CHARLES ALEXANDER, Cornwall-rd, Lambeth, publican. Ct. High
Court. July 5.

SOPER, JOHN SAMUEL, Devonport, labourer. Ct. Plymouth. July 5. SPACEY, FRANCIS, Moreton Pinkney, farmer. Ct. Banbury. July 6. STRONG, GEORGE NICHOLAS, Saltram-cres, Shirland-rd, Paddington, school teacher. Ct. High Court. July 6.

TOWNSEND WILLIAM, Bow, farmer. Ct. Exeter. July 2

TUCKETT, EMMA ISABEL, Taunton, music teacher. Ct. Taunton. July 6. VENGEANT, ADOLPHE LOUIS (in the receiving order described as Adolphe Vengeant), Sloane-st, Belgravia, ladies' tailor. Ct. High Court. July 4.

WARNER, THOMAS HENRY, late Blyth, fish merchant. Ct. Newcastle-uponTyne. July 4.

WRIGHT. WILLIAM DONALDSON (trading as the Midland Slate Company), Nottingham, builders' merchant. Ct. Nottingham. July 4.

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BROOKHOUSE.-At Ailsa, Rodway-rd, Bromley, Kent, on the 5th inst., the wife of John Charles Brookhouse, of Queen's House, 8 and 9, Queenst, Cheapside, E.C., and Bromley, Solicitor, of a son. EVANS. On the 30th ult., at 167, Finchley-rd, S. Hampstead, the wife of Frederick W. Evans, Barrister-at-law, of a son. O'NEILL. On the 27th ult., at nursing home, 10, Holles-st, the wife of Laurence J. O'Neill, Solicitor, Kilmoylan, Chapelizod, of a son. SYKES. On the 8th inst., the wife of Godfrey Sykes, of 8, Bream's-bldgs, Chancery-la, E.C., of a son

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FIGGESS-BOOME.-On the 29th ult., at the Parish Church, St. Mary Cray, Kent, William Herbert Figgess, of St. Mary Cray, to Constance Muriel Boome, youngest daughter of J. H. Boome, of Summer's Wood, St. Mary Cray, and Lincoln's-inn, Barrister-at-law. HAYTER BAYLY-JONES.-On the 3rd inst., at the Cathedral Church of St. Mary, Edinburgh, Henry Colquhoun Hayter, Barrister-at-law, to Evelyn Clare, second daughter of Frederick William Bayly-Jones, late Commander Royal Navy.

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FAWCETT On the 4th inst., William Mitchell Fawcett, Barrister-at-law,
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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 38. 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. KAIN, BROWN, & CO.,

59, CHANCERY LANE, LONDON.

Money, Wanted and to Lend.

MUTUAL LOAN Fted 18501, 5. Lancaster-place,

FUND ASSOCIATION

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.

NOLICITOR in large City, having large

regular communication with country solicitors having funds available; no agents.-Apply. "Pecunia " (No. 3615), Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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