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commission appointed by Parliament to inquire into the outrages and intimidation committed in Sheffield by the trade unions and their members. In 1880 Mr. Barker became Recorder of Leeds on the resignation of Sir J. B. Maule, who had been appointed Public Prosecutor. He held this office with success until 1896, when, owing to ill-health, he retired. Mr. Barker took silk in 1891. He was chairman of the Derbyshire Quarter Sessions for three years, resigning in 1897. He acted as chief counsel for the Crown before the commission appointed to inquire into the Featherstone riots. Mr. Barker married, in 1860, the daughter of Lieutenant W. R. Winyard, R.N., who was the widow of Mr. J. Mosley Leigh, of Davenham, Cheshire, and had three sons and four daughters.

Mr. WILLIAM HENRY BUTLER, one of the oldest members of the Bar of the Northern Circuit, and for sixteen years revising barrister of Liverpool, died on the 16th inst., aged seventy-nine. Mr. Butler was a graduate of Dublin University, and was called by the Inner Temple in 1858. He was a freeman of the City of Dublin, and for twelve years, from 1859 to 1871, he was a member of the Inns of Court Volunteers. To celebrate his legal jubilee the Liverpool Bar Mess of the Northern Circuit entertained him to a banquet. Mr. Butler retired from his post as revising barrister for Liverpool only about six weeks ago. His association with Revision Court work lasted for the long period of forty-three years. He was appointed in 1868 with Mr. Edward Rushton, son of a former stipendiary magistrate of Liverpool, and Mr. James Shiel, afterwards the metropolitan magistrate, as an additional revising barrister of the North and North-Eastern Divisions of Lancashire and the boroughs of Preston, Blackburn, Burnley, and Clitheroe. In 1875 he was appointed revising barrister of South-West Lancashire, and he was also appointed to revise the lists of Liverpool freeholders. At that time the revising barristers of the city were Mr. Henn Collins (afterwards Master of the Rolls) and Mr. W. R. McConnell, and on the latter's appointment in 1895 as chairman of London Quarter Sessions Mr. Butler succeeded him as sole revising barrister for the city. During his long career in the Revision Courts his decisions were only once the subject of appeal, and in that case his ruling was upheld by the High Court. Mr. Butler married, in 1876, Mary, eldest daughter of John Tibbs, late of Dublin Castle. Mr. TEMPLER LETHBRIDGE Down, of Lee, Kent, solicitor, died on the 17th inst., aged seventy-three. Mr. Down had been Conservative agent for Lewisham since the district was made a Parliamentary borough under the Redistribution Act of 1885. For many years he acted as solicitor for the borough council, but retired about twelve months ago in consequence of failing health. He married a lady who was related to Lord Palmerston, and recently received from a member of that family a large volume of correspondence by Lord Palmerston, which has never been published. It is understood to include many interesting matters, and up to within a week of his death Mr. Down was engaged upon the work of collating and preparing it for publication.

THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.

COUNTY COURT RULES UNDER NATIONAL
INSURANCE ACT 1911.
ORDER XLIIA.

THE NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT 1911 (1 & 2 GEO. 5, c. 55),
SECTIONS 66, 68.

Appeals under Section 66.

1. Appeal under 1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 55, s. 66 (1) (a) (i.)-Where any person aggrieved by the decision of the Insurance Commissioners or the Welsh Insurance Commissioners on any question arising under paragraph (a) of sub-section (1) of section sixty-six of the National Insurance Act 1911 (which empowers the commissioners to decide questions as to whether any employment or any class of employment is or will be employment within the meaning of Part One of the said Act, or as to whether a person is entitled to become a voluntary contributor under the said Act) desires to appeal to the County Court against the decision, the following provisions shall apply.

2. Appeal to be by petition.-The appellant shall file a petition in the County Court in the district of which he resides, setting forth specifically the several facts and contentions of law upon which he alleges that the decision was erroneous, and stating an address at which documents may be served on him.

3. Time for appealing.-Subject to the provisions of these rules, a petition of appeal must be filed within one month from the date of the decision appealed against.

4. Title, date of hearing, and service of petition.-(1.) The petition shall be intituled "in the matter of the National Insurance Act 1911 and in the matter of an appeal by

under section 66 of the said Act."

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(2.) On the filing of a petition the registrar shall fix a day and hour on and at which the petition will be heard, the day to be fixed at a date not less than sixty days from the filing of the petition.

(3.) On the day of hearing being fixed the registrar shall seal a copy of the petition, and shall deliver to the appellant two copies of a notice according to the form in the appendix (Form 341), signed by the registrar and under the seal of the court: and the sealed copy of the petition, with one of such notices annexed thereto, shall within seven days after the filing of the petition be served by the appellant upon the Insurance Commissioners, or the Welsh Insurance Commissioners, as the case may be.

5. Rules 16 to 24, 26 and 27 of Order XLII. shall apply to the subsequent proceedings on the petition, with the substitution of the Insurance Commissioners or the Welsh Insurance Commissioners, as the case may be, for the Commissioners of Inland Revenue, and of the central office of the Insurance Commissioners or the Welsh Insurance Commissioners, as the case may be, for 'Somerset House, London, W.C."

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Applications to the Registrar under Section 68.

6. Stay of proceedings, &c., where certificate granted under 1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 55, s. 68.-(1.) Where the medical practitioner attending on any person who is an insured person within the meaning of the National Insurance Act 1911 and is in receipt of sickness benefit, certifies pursuant to section 68 of the said Act that the levying of any distress or execution upon any goods or chattels belonging to such insured person, and being on premises occupied by him, or the taking of any proceedings in ejectment or for the recovery of any rent or to enforce any judgment in ejectment against such person, would endanger his life, and such certificate has been sent to the Insurance Committee and has been recorded in manner provided by the said section, the following provisions shall apply.

(2.) Îf notice of such certificate having been given or renewed is given by or on behalf of the insured person to the registrar of the County Court in the district of which such insured person resides, no execution upon any goods or chattels belonging to such insured person, and being on premises occupied by him, and no proceeding for the recovery of rent or to enforce any judgment in ejectment against such insured person shall be issued, and any execution or other proceeding as aforesaid issued before notice of the certificate having been given or renewed is received by the registrar shall be stayed, during the currency of the certificate or renewed certificate.

(3.) If no notice is given to the registrar, then if notice of such certificate having been given or renewed is given to the bailiff in charge of any such execution or proceeding as aforesaid, such execution or proceeding shall be stayed during the currency of the certificate or renewed certificate.

(4.) On notice of a certificate having been given or renewed being given to the registrar or to the bailiff, the registrar or high bailiff shall forthwith send notice to any person at whose instance any such execution or other proceeding as aforesaid issued of such certificate having been given or renewed.

(5.) On proof being made to the satisfaction of the registrar that any such certificate or renewed certificate has ceased to be in force, any person desirous of levying any such execution or taking any such proceeding as aforesaid shall be entitled to proceed with the same.

7. Application to registrar to cancel or modify certificate under 1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 55, s. 68 (1).—(1.) Where a person desirous of levying a distress or an execution upon any goods or chattels belonging to an insured person in receipt of sickness benefit, and being on premises occupied by him, or of taking proceedings in ejectment or for the recovery of rent, or to enforce any judgment in ejectment against any such person, disputes the accuracy of a certificate of the medical practitioner attending on such person granted to such person for the purpose of section 68 of the National Insurance Act 1911 and sent to the Insurance Committee and recorded in manner provided by the said section, the following provisions shall apply.

(2.) The person disputing the accuracy of the certificate may apply to the registrar of the County Court in the district of which the insured person resides for an order cancelling or modifying the certificate.

(3.) The application may be made either in or out of court on notice in writing according to the form in the appendix (Form 449), which shall be filed with the registrar; and a copy thereof shall be served on the insured person two clear days at least before the hearing of the application, unless the registrar gives leave for shorter notice.

(3.) A copy of the certificate shall be filed with the notice of the application.

(4.) On the hearing of the application evidence may be given on oath or affidavit, and the registrar may after hearing such evidence either dismiss the application or make an order can

celling or modifying the certificate, and may make such order and give such directions as may be just (Form 450).

(5.) The allowance of costs of and incidental to the application shall be in the discretion of the registrar.

(6.) A sealed copy of the order made on the application shall be sent by post to the applicant and to the person insured, and to the Insurance Committee.

(7.) Where a certificate is cancelled or modified, the applicant may, subject in any case in which the certificate is modified to any directions given by the order of the registrar, proceed as if the certificate had ceased to be in force.

8. Application to registrar to determine disputes as to sufficiency of security under 1 & 2 Geo. 5, c. 55, s. 68 (2).—(1.) Where a person desirous of levying such distress or execution or of taking such proceedings or enforcing such judgment as in the last preceding rule mentioned has demanded security for payment of rent thereafter to become due from the insured person, or of the amount of the judgment debt, as the case may be, and security is not given or offered, the person demanding security may, after the expiration of one month from the date of the grant of the original certificate, on proof being made to the satisfaction of the registrar of the County Court in the district of which the insured person resides that security has been demanded and has not been given or offered, proceed as if the certificate had ceased to be in force.

(2.) If security has been demanded and is given or offered, but any dispute arises as to the sufficiency of the security, either party may apply to the registrar of the County Court in the district of which the insured person resides to determine such dispute, and in any such case the following provisions shall apply.

(3.) The application may be made either in or out of court on notice in writing according to the form in the appendix (Form 451), which shall be filed with the registrar; and a copy thereof shall be served on the opposite party two clear days at least before the hearing of the application, unless the registrar gives leave for shorter notice.

(4.) On the hearing of the application evidence may be given on oath or affidavit, and the registrar shall after hearing such evidence determine the dispute, and may make such order and give such directions as may be just (Form 452). If he declares the security offered to be insufficient, he may further declare what security would be sufficient.

(5.) The allowance of costs of and incidental to the application shall be in the discretion of the registrar.

(6.) A sealed copy of the order made on the application shall be sent by post to each party to the application.

(7.) If the registrar declares the security offered to be insufficient, and further declares what security would be sufficient, then, if such security is not given, the person demanding security may, after the expiration of one month from the date of the grant of the original certificate, on proof being made to the satisfaction of the registrar that security has not been given, and subject to any directions given by the order of the registrar, proceed as if the certificate had ceased to be in force.

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trars' Office, Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice, on or before one o'clock, two days previous to the day on which the application to the judge is intended to be made: 1. Counsel's certificate of urgency or note of special leave granted by the judge. 2. Two copies of writ and two copies of pleadings (if any), and any other documents showing the nature of the application. 3. Two copies of notice of motion. 4. Office copy affidavits in support, and also affidavits in answer (if any).

NB.-Solicitors are requested, when the application has been disposed of, to apply at once to the judge's clerk in court for the return of their papers.

Chancery Registrar's Office, Royal Courts of Justice,
July 1912.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.-LONG VACATION

NOTICE.

DURING the Vacation up to and including Wednesday, the 4th Sept., all applications "which may require to be immediately or promptly heard," are to be made to the Hon. Mr. Justice Bankes.

COURT BUSINESS.-The Hon. Mr. Justice Bankes will, until further notice, sit in the Lord Chief Justice's Court, Royal Courts of Justice, at 10.30 a.m. on Thursday in every week, commencing on Thursday, the 8th Aug., for the purpose of hearing such applications of the above nature as, according to the practice in the Chancery Division, are usually heard in court. No case will be placed in the judge's paper unless leave has been previously obtained, or a certificate of counsel that the case requires to be immediately or promptly heard, and stating concisely the reasons, is left with the papers. The necessary papers, relating to every application made to the Vacation judges (see notice below as to judges' papers), are to be left with the cause clerk in attendance, Chancery Registrars' Office, Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice, before one o'clock two days previous to the day on which the application is intended to be made. When the cause clerk is not in attendance they may be left at Room 136, under cover, addressed to him, and marked outside Chancery Vacation papers, or they may be sent by post, but in either case so as to be received by the time aforesaid.

URGENT MATTERS WHEN JUDGE NOT PRESENT IN COURT OR CHAMBERS.-Application may be made in any case of urgency to the judge, personally (if necessary), or by post or rail, prepaid, accompanied by the brief of counsel, office copies of the affidavits in support of the application, and also by a minute, on a separate sheet of paper, signed by counsel, of the order he may consider the applicant entitled to, and also an envelope, sufficiently stamped, capable of receiving the papers, addressed as follows: "Chancery Official Letter: To the Registrar in Vacation, Chancery Registrars' Office, Royal Courts of Justice, London, W.C." On applications for injunctions, in addition to the above, a copy of the writ and a certificate of writ issued must also be sent. The papers sent to the judge will be returned to the registrar. The address of the judge for the time being acting as Vacation judge can be obtained on application at Room 136, Royal Courts of Justice.

CHANCERY CHAMBER BUSINESS.-The chambers of Justices Swinfen Eady and Neville will be open for Vacation business on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in each week, from ten to two o'clock.

KING'S BENCH CHAMBER BUSINESS.-The Hon. Mr. Justice Bankes will, until further notice, sit for the disposal of King's Bench business in Judge's Chambers at 10.30 a.m. on Wednesday in every week, commencing on Wednesday, the 7th Aug.

PROBATE AND DIVORCE.-Summonses will be heard by the registrar at the Principal Probate Registry, Somerset House, every day during the Vacation at 11.30 (Saturdays excepted). Motions will be heard by the registrar on Wednesdays, the 14th and 28th Aug., the 11th and 25th Sept., at the Principal Probate Registry, at 12.30. Decrees will be made absolute on Wednesdays, the 14th and 21st Aug., the 4th and 18th Sept., and the 2nd Oct. All papers for motions and for making decrees absolute are to be left at the Contentious Department, Somerset House, before two o'clock on the preceding Friday. The offices of the Probate and Divorce Registries will be opened at eleven and closed at three o'clock, except on Saturdays, when the offices will be opened at ten and closed at one o'clock.

JUDGE'S PAPERS FOR USE IN COURT.-CHANCERY DIVISION -The following papers for the Vacation judge are required to be left with the cause clerk in attendance at the Chancery Regis

THE GAZETTES.

Professional Partnerships Dissolved.

GAZETTE, AUG. 16.

SHORTT, CHARLES SEPTIMUS, and HALL, THOMAS, solicitors, Newcastle-uponTyne. July 8.. Debts by C. S. Shortt.

Bankrupts.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS.

GAZETTE, AUG. 16.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. BERRY, GRACE ISABELLA, late Bloomsbury-st, Bloomsbury, spinster. Aug. 12.

COHEN, MYER, Finchley-rd, Hampstead. Aug. 12.

GOORVITCH, PHILIP, late Church-la, Whitechapel, tobacconist. Aug. 14. HAMMERSLAG, CHARLES (late trading as E. and C. Hammerslag), late Phipp-st, Finsbury. Aug. 13.

HARRIS, DAVID (trading as J. Edmunds and Co.), Balls Pond-rd, Isling. ton, draper. Aug. 14.

MEPSTEAD, EDWARD W. (trading as Leith and Co.), High-rd, Leytonstone, draper. Aug. 14.

MILMAN, BROTHERS, Smith-st, Mile End, dairyman. Aug. 14.
QUELCH, HENRY, Limesford-rd, Nunhead, editor of a newspaper. Aug. 13

Ct.

To surrender at their respective District Courts.
AMBLER, FREDERICK, Bradford, dining room suite manufacturer.
Bradford. Aug. 14.
BUSBY, HENRY, Penzance, pork butcher. Ct. Truro. Aug. 10.
CARTER, WILLIAM, Ringstead, builder. Ct. Peterborough Aug. 12.
COOPER, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Gillingham, florist. Ct. Rochester. Aug. 13.
DANIELL, HENRY CHARLES, Penryn, oil dealer. Ct. Truro. Aug. 13.
EVANS, HANNAH (trading as Edith Glynn and H. Glynn Evans, late as
E. Emlyn Evans), late Muswell Hill, draper. Ct. Edmonton.
Aug. 13.
FAULKNER, WILLIAM ABBOTT, Wallis Down, grocer. Ct. Poole. Aug. 12.
FOWLER, HENRY THOMAS (trading as the Enterprise Casting and Manu-
facturing Company), Birmingham, brass caster. Ct. Birmingham.
Aug. 14.

GILLARD, HENRY JOHN, Barwick, wheelwright. Ct. Yeovil. Aug. 13.
HAYTON, JOHN EDWARD, Soulby, innkeeper. Ct. Kendal. Aug. 13.
HILL, WILLIAM PEARSON, Plymouth, house painter. Ct. Plymouth.
Aug. 14.
IRLAM, HERBERT ALDRED, Luton, chemist. Ct. Luton. Aug. 14.
KEMPTHORNE, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Helston, furniture dealer. Ct. Truro.
Aug. 10.

MITCHELL, JAMES, Urswick, engine fitter. Ct. Barrow-in-Furness and
Ulverston. Aug. 12.

MORGAN, GEORGE JAMES, Merthyr Tydfil, cycle dealer Ct. Merthyr Tydfil. Aug. 12.

MUSGRAVE, BERNARD, late Astley Bridge, director of a limited company.

Ct. Bolton. Aug. 10.

ONION, ARTHUR, Loughborough, tobacconist. Ct. Leicester. Aug. 12.
PHILLIPS, ERNEST JOHN, late Coventry, potato merchant. Ct. Coventry.
Aug. 13.

READ, WILLIAM, late Grays, tailor. Ct. Chelmsford. Aug. 12.
SANDERSON, WILLIAM, Mirfield, joiner. Ct. Dewsbury. Aug. 14.
SIMPSON, WILLIAM FOREMAN, and SIMPSON, FREDERIC, Newmarket Saint
Mary, builders. Ct. Cambridge. Aug. 14.

SUFRIN, BERMAN (late trading as B. Sufrin and Co.), Manchester, general warehouseman. Ct. Salford. Aug. 14.

WILLIAMS, FREDERICK LLOYD, Ilford, chemist. Ct. Chelmsford. Aug. 14. WISKER, JOHN FOSTER, Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer. Ct. Kingston-uponHull. Aug. 12.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, Aug. 13. REYNER, FREDERICK HUBERT, Hale, late director of a limited company. Ct. Manchester. Aug. 9.

GAZETTE, AUG. 20.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. KEMP. WALTER BRAMALD (trading as Walter Kemp), Long-acre, fruit salesman. Aug. 17.

PALMER, CORNELIUS ALLING, late Birmingham, publisher Aug 15. PROEHL, JOHANN HEINRICH FRIEDRICH, Duncombe-rd. Hornsey Rise tailor. Aug. 15.

To surrender at their respective District Courts. ANTILL, CHARLES ISAAC, Ashton-under-Lyne, motor-car agent. Ct Ashtonunder-Lyne. Aug. 15. BLANCHFLOWER, VICTOR JAMES (trading as George Frazer and Son), Cirencester. tailor. Ct. Swindon. Aug. 16.

BONNEY, RICHARD, Southsea, tailor. Ct. Fortsmouth. Aug. 15
CARTER, EDWIN C., Hastings, builder. Ct. Hastings. Aug. 17.

CLAYTON, JOHN WILLIAM, Chorley, licensed victualler Ct. Bolton.
Aug. 17.

COATES, SIMON, late Richmond, solicitor's managing clerk. Ct. York. Aug. 16.

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HOLLAND, ERNEST, Maidenhead, builder. Ct. Windsor. Aug. 17.
HOWLIN, ABRAHAM JOHN, Blackpool, physician. Ct. Preston. Aug. 15.
LEVI, JOSEPH, Leeds, tailor. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 16.

LLOYD, J. F., Bishops Cleeve, gentleman. Ct. Cheltenham. Aug. 15.
MAY, WILLIAM JAMES, Bristol, dairyman. Ct. Bristol. Aug. 17.
MORETON, ALFRED, New Malden, turf commission agent. Ct. Kingston,
Surrey. Aug. 15.

MUTTON, HERBERT EDWARD, Macclesfield, printer's compositor. Ct. Macclesfield. Aug. 16.

NAYLER, JAMES, Brisley, farmer. Ct. Norwich Aug. 17.
PAUL, ARTHUR JOHN, Portsmouth, boot retailer. Ct
Aug. 15.

Portsmouth.
PERKIS, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bromley, compositor. Ct. Croydon. Aug. 16.
RAMSDEN, SAM ODDY, Bradford, waste merchant. Ct. Bradford. Aug. 16.
REES, JOHN, Williamstown, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and
Porth. Aug. 15.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS ASTWOOD, Otley, confectioner.. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 16.
ROBERTS, WALTER
CARLYLE, King's Lynn, tailor. Ct. King's Lynn.
Aug. 15.

ROBINSON, HENRY, Liverpool, cycle agent. Ct. Liverpool. Aug. 16. SCHOLES, ROBERT, Sandbach, master painter. Ct. Macclesfield. Aug. 14. TUCKER, HERBERT EDWARD, Wimborne, grocer. Ct. Poole. Aug. 16 YEMAN, ALBERT EDWARD, late Richmond, licensed victualler. Ct Wandsworth. Aug. 15.

Amended notice substituted for that published in Gazette, July 19. BERKOV, ABRAHAM (commonly known and trading as Alfred Burns), East Greenwich, jeweller. Ct. Greenwich July 16.

ADJUDICATIONS.

GAZETTE, AUG. 16.

AMBLER, FREDERICK, Bradford, dining room suite manufacturer Ct. Bradford. Aug. 14.

ATKINSON, HUGH CALEDON, Half Moon-st, Piccadilly, retired captain in the army. Ct. High Court Aug. 13.

BRAUCKMANN, ALBERT, late Chapel-st, Milton-st, hardware merchant. Ct.
High Court. Aug. 12.

BUSBY, HENRY, Penzance, pork butcher. Ct. Truro. Aug. 10.
CARTER, WILLIAM, Ringstead, builder. Ct. Peterborough. Aug. 12.
CHOSIDOW, MOSES (trading and described in the receiving order as M.
Chosidow and Co.), Lloyds-av, Russian merchant. Ct. High Court.
Aug. 12.
CHURCH, GEORGE FREDERICK, Trowbridge, butcher. Ct. Bath Aug. 14.
CLARKE, ARTHUR EDWIN, Longton, solicitor. Ct. Stoke-upon-Trent.
Aug. 12.

COOPER, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Gillingham, florist Ct. Rochester. Aug. 13.
COTTLE, ABRAM JOSEPH, Kempston, contractor. Ct. Bedford Aug. 13.
DANIELL, HENRY CHARLES, Penryn, oil dealer. Ct. Truro Aug 13.
DAVIES, VAUGHAN WILTON (trading as Vaughan W. Davies and Co.),
Copthall-av. Ct. High Court. Aug. 14.

GILLARD, HENRY JOHN, Barwick, wheelwright. Ct. Yeovil. Aug. 13. GOORVITCH, PHILIP, late Church-la, Whitechapel, tobacconist.

Ct. High

Court. Aug. 14.

HAYTON, JOHN EDWARD, Soulby, innkeeper. Ct. Kendal. Aug. 13.
HILL, WILLIAM PEARSON, Plymouth, house painter. Ct. Plymouth.
Aug. 14.

IRLAM, HERBERT ALDRED, Luton, chemist. Ct. Luton. Aug 14.
KEMPTHORNE, WILLIAM SAMUEL, Helston, furniture dealer. Ct. Truro.
Aug. 10.

LANE, EDWARD, Barnes. Ct. Wandsworth. Aug. 10.

LARNER, GORDON DE LACY (described in the receiving order as Gordon Larner, and trading as G. Larner and Co.), Penn-rd-villas, Holloway. Ct. High Court. Aug. 10.

LAVEY, ERNEST HEREFORD, late Upper Saint Martin's-la, motor-car salesman. Ct. High Court. Aug. 14.

MITCHELL, JAMES, Urswick, engine fitter. Ct. Barrow-in-Furness and Ulverston. Aug. 12.

MORGAN, GEORGE JAMES, Merthyr Tydfil, cycle dealer Ct. Merthyr Tydfil. Aug. 12.

MUSGRAVE, BERNARD, late Astley Bridge, director of a limited company. Ct. Bolton. Aug. 10.

ONION, ARTHUR. Loughborough, tobacconist. Ct. Leicester. Aug. 12.
QUELCH, HENRY, Limesford-rd, Nunhead, editor of a newspaper.
High Court. Aug. 13.

SANDERSON, WILLIAM, Mirfield, joiner. Ct. Dewsbury. Aug. 14.
SMITH, EDWARD, Brixton, baker. Ct. Wandsworth. Aug. 13.
WHEATCROFT, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Salford, milliner. Ct.
Aug. 12.

Ct.

Salford.

WISKER, JOHN FOSTER, Kingston-upon-Hull, grocer. Ct. Kingston-uponHull. Aug. 12.

GAZETTE, AUG. 20.

ANDREWS, JOHN PERCY, and DALE, MARY (trading as J. P. Andrews and Morgan), Bromyard, builders. Ct. Worcester. Aug 16.

CLAYTON, JOHN WILLIAM, Chorley, licensed victualler. Ct. Bolton. Aug. 17.

COATES, SIMON, late Richmond, solicitor's managing clerk. Ct. York. Aug. 16.

DAVIES, ALBERT J., late Wandsworth Common, butcher Ct. Wandsworth. Aug. 15.

EVANS, HANNAH (trading as Edith Glynn and H. Glynn Evans, late as
E. Emlyn Evans), late Muswell Hill, draper Ct. Edmonton.
Aug. 16.
FAULKNER, WILLIAM ABBOTT, Wallis Down, grocer Ct. Poole. Aug. 15.
FOWLER, HENRY THOMAS (trading as the Enterprise Casting end Manu
facturing Company), Birmingham, brass caster. Ct. Birmingham.
Aug. 16.

GREAVES, WILLIAM, Walton, farm labourer. Ct. York. Aug. 17.
HEWSON, FRANCIS, York, vendor of veterinary preparation

Aug. 17.

Ct. York.

HILL, E. F., Clapham, tobacconist. Ct. Wandsworth. Aug. 15.
HOWLIN, ABRAHAM JOHN, Blackpool, physician. Ct. Preston. Aug. 15.
KEMP. WALTER BRAMALD (trading as Walter Kemp), Long-acre, fruit
salesman. Ct. High Court. Aug. 17.

LAWTON, PETER. and LAWTON, SAMUFL (trading as Samuel Lawton and
Sons), Middleton, embossers of silk goods. Ct. Oldham. Aug. 14.

LEVI, JOSEPH, Leeds, tailor. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 16.

MARSHALL, FRANCIS DENHAM, and THOMSON, JOHN BODEN MONTGOMERY, East India-av. Ct. High Court. Aug. 14.

MAY, WILLIAM JAMES, Bristol, dairyman. Ct. Bristol. Aug. 17.

MORETON, ALFRED, New Malden, turf commission agent. Ct. Kingston, Surrey. Aug. 17.

MUTTON, HERBERT EDWARD, Macclesfield, printer's compositor Ct. Macclesfield. Aug. 16.

NAYLER, JAMES, Brisley, farmer. Ct. Norwich. Aug. 17.

PAUL, ARTHUR JOHN, Portsmouth, boot retailer. Ct. Portsmouth.
Aug 15.
PERKIS, GEORGE WILLIAM, Bromley, compositor. Ct Croydon. Aug. 16.
PHILLIPS, ERNEST JOHN, Coventry, farmer. Ct. Coventry. Aug. 16.
PROEHL. JOHANN HEINRICH FRIEDRICH, Duncombe-rd, Hornsey Rise,
tailor. Ct. High Court. Aug. 15.
RAMSAY, MARY ELIZABETH. Whitley Bay, letter of apartments. Ct. New-
castle-upon-Tyne. Aug. 15.

RAMSDEN, SAM ODDY, Bradford, waste merchant. Ct. Bradford. Aug. 16.
REES, JOHN, Williamstown, collier. Ct. Pontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and
Porth. Aug. 15.
REYNER, FREDERICK HUBERT, Hale, late director of a limited company. Ct.
Manchester. Aug. 16.
RICHARDSON, THOMAS ASTWOOD, Otley, confectioner. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 16.
ROBERTS, WALTER
CARLYLE, King's Lynn, tailor. Ct. King's Lynn.

Aug. 15.
SCHOLES, ROBERT, Sandbach, master painter. Ct. Macclesfield. Aug. 14.
SUFRIN, BERMAN (late trading as B. Sufrin and Co.), Manchester,
general warehouseman. Ct. Salford. Aug. 16.
TUCKER, HERBERT EDWARD, Wimborne, grocer. Ct. Poole. Aug. 16.

ORDER FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY AND ANNUL-
MENT OF COMPOSITION.
GAZETTE, AUG. 16.

DELLAR, WILLIAM JAMES; DELLAR, FRANK ERNEST; DELLAR BROTHERS,
Staines, plumbers. Ct. Kingston, Surrey. Aug. 2.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

BIRTH.

EMANUEL. On the 12th inst., at the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, the wife of Saml. H. Emanuel, Barrister-at-law, prematurely, of a son --stillborn. MARRIAGES.

ROPER STEARN.-On the 14th inst., at Christ Church, Mayfair, Henry Charles Roper, of 7, New-sq, Lincoln's-inn, to Hilda Ke Marguerite Collen Stearn, eldest daughter of Alfred John Stearn, of Blythe Church, Cambridge.

SPEAR-BAUDERT. On the 8th inst., at the British Consulate, Amsterdam, and the German Moravian Church, Zeist, George Frederick Spear, of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-law, to Meta Elisabeth Baudert, daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Baudert, of Baziya, Cape Colony, and of Mrs. Baudert, Zeist, Holland.

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The House is devoted to the Oare of LADIES of the upper classes only, who can be treated either under the Acts or as Voluntary Patients. The place stands high and the estate is extensive, with bracing air and in good shelter. It is very retired and beautiful, well suited for the treatment of inebriety, narcomanie. and other perversions, neurasthenia, hysteria, and minor mental ailments. No patients under certificate of insanity can be received. Highest medical and legal references.

Terms and particulars on application to "Superintendent, The Retreat. Newmains, N.B." Nearest station, Hartwood, Cal. Ry

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