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"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.

PRINCIPALS:

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

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ALBERT GIBSON, Solicitor (Honours, Easter 1874).
ARTHUR WELDON, Solicitor (Honours, Easter 1881).
WALTER G. HART, Solicitor (LLP. Londonu, January 1894; First Class Honours, Roman Law and Jurisprudence, Inter. LL.B. and
H. GIBSON RIVINGTON, Solicitor (01. Clement's-inn, Daniel Reardon, and John Mackrell Prizeman, January 1900 and Scott
A. CLIFFORD FOUNTAINE, Solicitor {(Clement'sing, Daniel Reardon, and John Mackrell Prizeman, November 1899, and Travers-Smith

Scholar 1900).

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 Stafi is always available to callers during office hours The Principals can always be seen when not engaged in class, and especially at 11.30 a m 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.

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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.

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Third Edition (Eighth Thousand). Price 3s. 6d. net, Post Free.
THE ARTS OF

Writing, Reading, & Speaking.

By the late

EDWARD W. Cox,

Berjeant-at-Law and Recorder of Portsmouth;

The Seventh Thousand of the Third Edition of this work having been for some time exhausted, the publisher feels that he need offer no apology for Issuing the Eighth. The great favour which former editions have received at the hands of the public generally, and schools in particular, proves that the utility of the work is now fully recognised. Though all previous editions were published at 78. 6d, this new issue is 38. 6d. net only, in order to keep pace with the present custom of cheaper prices for standard works

HORACE COX, "Law Times" Office, Windsor House,
Bream's Buildings, E.C.

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MESSRS.

HARRODS

Auctioneers, Valuers,

Ltd.,

Estate Agents, and Surveyors, BROMPTON ROAD, S.W.

Branch Office: BYFLEET, SURREY.

SALES BY AUCTION in Town or Country.
Estates Managed and Rents Collected.

SPECIAL REGISTERS of (1) Country Properties and Houses
Furnished and Unfurnished.

(2) Town Houses and Flats.

(3) Suburban Houses.

(4) Businesses & Business Premises. VALUATIONS

For Probate, Insurance, Family Division, Mortgage, &c., &c.
Telephones:
Western 1 (80 lines).
Byfleet, 149.

Telegrams: "Estates, Everything, London." "Harrods, W. Bytteet."

Printed and published Weekly by the Registered Proprietor, HORACE Cox, Bream's Buildings London, E.C., in the County of Mid uese.ng, Ứcần cày càn

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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H. J. BRACEY, Esq.

Sir

JOHN JARDINE,
K.C.I.E., M.P.

ALFRED JAMES SHEPHEARD, Esq., Chairman.
Lord ARTHUR CECIL, Deputy Chairman.
ROBERT HENRY SCOTT,
H. E. DUKE, Esq., K.C., Esq., F.R.S., D.Sc.
M.P.
Hon. R. C. GROSVENOR.
C. E. VERNON RUTTER, Esq.
Right Hon, Viscount VALENTIA, C.B., M.V.O., M.P.
Double advantage policies issued securing TWO PAY-
MENTS of the amount assured-one payment on
the
attainment of a specified age, and a second payment at
death thereafter.

Advances made on Reversions, vested or contingent, and
Life Interests, and on Personal Security in connection
with a Life Policy. JOHN ROBERT FREEMAN,
Manager and Secretary.

SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE

ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
ESTABLISHED 1831.

HEAD OFFICE-28, ST. ANDREW SQUARE, EDINBURGH.

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THE Society transacts every description of KAIN'S SYSTEM OF SOLICITORS'

LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS, and is conducted on the MUTUAL principle, whereby the WHOLE PROFITS belong to the Assured.

INSURANCES AGAINST ISSUE are effected at moderate rates of premium.

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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 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.

1

PR

Price (with Reports and Index), 28.
Without Reports, 9d.

ROFITS AND INCOME

INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE: 9, FLEET-STREET, LONDON, E.C.

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SICKNESS AND ACCIDENT.
PERMANENT Contracts are granted renewable at the
option of the Assured up to a selected age not exceeding
65, insuring against Loss of Income or Appointment.
SPECIAL FEATURES.
Capital Sum "Sickness, Accident, or Death" Policy.
Capital Sum Sickness and Accident Policy.
Perfected Sickness and Accident Policies.

CHAS. WINDETT, Actuary and Secretary.

"THE

KATE EASTON,

LADY DETECTIVE," LONDON'S LEADING WOMAN in every branch of Detective Work. DIVORCE, COMMERCIAL, NEGOTIATIONS, &c.

OPEN DAY and NIGHT.

MALE and FEMALE STAFF.
References to Solicitors and Bankers.
10. WARWICK COURT, GRAY'S INN, W.O.
Telegrams: INQUERENDO HOLB, LONDON.
Telephone: 1541 MOLBORN.

WRIGHT'S DETECTIVE AGENCY,

23, MOORGATE STREET, LONDON, E.C.
For PRIVATE INQUIRIES and SECRET WATCH-
INGS 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." 'Phone: London Wall 8977
EDGAR WRIGHT, Manager,
23, MOORGATE STREET, E.C. (near Bank of England).

SIMMONDS' DETECTIVES.

HENRY SIMMONDS, MANAGER,

29 & 30, KING STREET, CHEAPSIDE, E.O.
Telephone: 230 Bank.
The only system by which secrecy can be assured.-
Vide Press.

DETECTIVE WORK.

Divorce and Confidential Inquiries Undertaken by
WM. PIERREPONT,

With SECRECY, ABILITY, and DESPATCH.
Go to him if Blackmailed, Troubled, or in Difficulties.
Special experience also in Will Cases.
WM. PIERREPONT,

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27, CHANCERY-LANE, LONDON, W.C. T.A.: Bullseye, London." TN.: 10,972 Central & 491 Holborn,

REFERENCES TO LEADING LONDON SOLICITORS.

VATE INQUIRIES.

PRIVATI

JOHN WALSH,

41, THORNVILLE-ROAD, LEEDS. References: Leading Solicitors in the North.

"OSEA ISLAND is the place

If drink, or drugs, you would escape.
Illustrated Guide sent on,

Apply to F. N. CHARRINGTON,"
Osea Island Heybridge, Essex.

TO SOLICITORS and EXECUTORS

One interested in Old Books, Drama, &c., (sixteenth-eighteenth century), Fine Bindings, Prints, Sporting Scenes, Colour Prints, Autographs, Illuminated Manuscripts, will be pleased to hear of any COLLECTIONS or fine Single Items which are to be disposed of; no dealers. H. W." (No. 3627), Law Times Office, Bram's-buildings, FC.

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SOCIETY of INCORPORATED ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS (A.D. 1885). EXAMINATIONS.

The next EXAMINATIONS of Candidates resident in England will be held in London and Manchester on the following dates:

Preliminary Examination on November 25th and 26th. Intermediate Examination on November 27th and 28th. Final Examination on November 26th, 27th, and 28th. Candidates desirous of presenting themselves must give notice to the undersigned on or before November 7th, of whom forms of application and all information may be obtained. By order of the Council,

JAMES MARTIN, Secretary. 50, Gresham-street, London, E.C.

UBURBAN SOLICITOR REQUIRES Furnished ROOM, near Law Courte, with use of telephone, or would join another in taking Offices.-Particulars to "P. Z." (No. 3628), "Law Times Office, Bream'e-buildings, E.C.

To The

Profession

MESSRS. ATHERTONS, LIMITED, claim

the patronage of the LEGAL PROFESSION in all matters relating to "Transfer of Practices," arrangement of Partnerships, with or without a view to succession, Providing Capital on suitable security, and every branch of the actual business side of the Profession, requiring the assistance of the "Third Party," on the following grounds: -

TRANSFER AND SALE.

(1) They have a large and experienced staff versed in every detail of transfer and sale of practices.

(2) They have at all times on their books a number of gentlemen fully qualified, who are waiting to buy practices outright.

SUCCESSION.

A considerable number willing to enter into partnership, with or without a view to" SucCESSION."

Some extremely valuable Practices for disposal and Partnerships open.

MANAGING CLERKS.

They can supply at a moment's notice responsible clerks and admitted Solicitors prepared to act as Chief Clerks, and they keep a Register of Law Clerks of every description open to accept employment.

FINANCE.

(3) They are prepared to introduce capital for almost any reasonable proposition, arrange mortgages, advances on reversions, or purchase same outright; obtain underwriting for small or large Limited Company flotations; and they particularly invite correspondence in connection with Finance on matters where ordinary channels have failed.

(4) They are located in the most convenient centre of the Legal World, and appointments can be arranged for solicitors to meet clients at their office if desirable.

(5) Their clients can rely upon the strictest confidence being observed, as all correspondence is dealt with in the first instance by the Principal ONLY.

The foregoing are only some few of the advan tages ATHERTONS' Legal Profession Service offer, and they cordially invite the Reader of this brief outline of the "CASE" for ATHERTONS to weigh the points adduced carefully, place them upon their trial, and they are confident that the "Verdiet" will be in their favour.

ATHERTONS, LIMITED,

63 & 64, Chancery Lane, LONDON, W.C.

Telephone: 2482 Holborn. Telegrams: Alacrious, London.

Money, Wanted and to Lend.

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UTUAL LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION LIMITED (incorporated 1850), 5, Lancaster-place,

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PARTNERSHIP.-SOLICITOR

(recently admitted: Honoursman), with good experience, open to NEGOTIATE for PARTNERSHIP: can find capital £1000 to £1500 at once.-Write "G. E (No. 3628)," Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C. SOLICITOR

AW PARTNERSHIP.

Waterloo Bridge, Strand, W.O.; 38, Ship-street, Bright.134), with small Practice, DESIRES to AMALGA

199, Queen's-road, Hastings; and 23, Bucklersbury, E.C.; ADVANCES MONEY upon personal security, shares, deeds, &o, repayable by instalments. Bills promptly discounted. Forms free.-C. R. WRIGHT, Secretary.

£2000 AND £2500 (or in smaller

sums) ready for Mortgages on Freeholds at 44 per cent.-Apply to WILLIAM JONES and SON, Solicitors, Cardiff.

MESSRS.

COLLINS and COLLINS,

Surveyors, 37, South Audley-street, Grosvenorsquare, W., beg to intimate that they have a large FUND available for ADVANCE on first-class approved Mortgage Securities, Reversions, and Life Interests in Landed or Funded Estates at low rates of interest, and in amounts of not less than £5000.

£12.500 TRUST MONEY in two

or more sums to be LENT, preferably on Freehold Agricultural Properties.-Apply Box 205," Post Office, Bradford.

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GENTLEMAN REQUIRES immediate PARTNERSHIP LAW SOLICITOR 125, North Country

3628), "Law Times" Office, Bream'e-buildings, E.C.

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AW PRACTICE for SALE; Midlands, agricultural district, borough town; small but promising Practice; enforced retirement; lease of seven years; Library, Office Furniture, and effects by valuation. "X. Y. Z. (No. 3628), "Law Times" Office, Bream's. buildings, E.C.

LONDON PRACTICE (good class; no

Advocacy) for SALE, with short Partnership intro. duction; price £1350.-Principals only apply by letter, Rex," care of Street's, 8, Serle-street, London, W.C.

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Purchase of Partnership; good experience in several branches; two years in London office; salary by arrangement.-Apply W." (No 3624), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

ARREARS

of COSTS.-MANAGING

CLERK, ex-Costs Draftsman (specialist), arrears from any material, open to RE-ENGAGEMENT, tem

porary or not: good at accounts; Shorthand.-"Nomini (No. 3622), Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW.-Solicitors REQUIRING MANAGshould apply to be placed on the Registers at Messrs ATHERTONS Ltd., 63 and 64, Chancery Lane, W.C

LA

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AW.-Admitted SOLICITOR (25; Public School man), seven years' practical experience, DESIRES CLERKSHIP; London preferred.-E. R. R (No. 3627), "Law Times Office. Bream's-buildings, EC LA system AW. Experienced CASHIER (Kain's

and COSTS CLERK (29) DESIRES CHANGE; fifteen years' experience; highest references on the coast preferred.-" H. G. S." (No. 3627), Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW.-SOLICITOR (Public School and CLERKSHIP, with or without view to Partnership, the roughly experienced and first-class references to we. known London firm.-" London " (No. 2628), Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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AW. Hard-working young SOLICITOR branches of office work, except Ecclesiastica! and Admiral' London experience middle of articles, good knowledg of French and German." Prizewinner (N 3628), Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, EC.

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AW. SOLICITOR (35; Public School) DESIRES MANAGING CLERKSHIP or Charge of Branch, preferably with view to Partnership; all-roun experience in Conveyancing, Trust, Probate, High an County Court work, and General Practice, accustome to act without supervision; salary £200.-J. T." (No 3628), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C

AW.-Young SOLICITOR (Public Schoo well-known Agency Firm; ealary moderate. - Apps "A. O." (No. 3624), Law Times Office, Breai è buildings, E.C.

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AW.--CONVEYANCER (36; unadmitted. experienced all branches, works without supe vision, SEEKS CHANGE, London or provinces, introduce Mortgage Funds,- ̈ M. O." (No. 3628, Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

LAWMAND SOLICITOR wishes to

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COMMEND his CONVEYANCING CLERK (your, Honoursman); excellent Draftsman; hard worker, go Lawyer willing to undertake Advocacy: moderate salary -Apply A. W. S.," 133, St. Owen-street, Hereford. AW.-COSTS.-ARREARS.- Advertist.. competent, experienced, WANTS APPOINTMENT temporary or otherwise, to draw and settle bills, taxa tion and delivery; terms moderate-Address "Costs (No. 3628), Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C AW. CLERK (Scotsman), experienced. SITUATION.-Apply" H. S." (No. 3628), Law Tines Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

Coroner) REQUIRES PARTNERSHIP, or Partnership with a view to Succession, in well-established Firm.Apply P. T." (No. 3627), "Law Times" Oflice, Bream'sbuildings, E.C.

PARTNECommisioner and Deputy LAW GENERAL

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CLERK DESIRES CHANGE; country office preferred, fourteen yea ́s experience; Engrossing, Short hand, knowledge of Conta and Conveyancing: salary 35- B. T. No. 36. Law Times Office Bream's-buildings, EC.

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All the above in 1d. packets.

THE AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION OF LONDON offers a Collection of 12 Choice Hardy Perennials and Biennials, packed in a neat box, for One Shilling. An Illustrated Pamphlet, with Cultural Directions, is inclosed in each Collection.

ONE & ALL is the registered Trade Mark of the AGRICULTURAL AND Mutual Society founded in HORTICULTURAL ASSOCIATION LIMITED. 1867 by Judge Thomas Hughes, Q.C (To.n Brown), John Ruskin, Edward Vansittart Neale, Lord Mount Temple, and other distinguished friends of purity of supply. Name and address of nearest local agent, catalogues, and other details, post free on application to

Edw. One: Freewong

MANAGING DIRECTOR,

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School man) SEEKS POST, temporary or otherwise,

in town or country: well experienced in all branches of Conveyancing (Mellersh prize for Conveyancing), and in Probate and General Practice; good Draftsma know

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Sales by Auction.

London: HORACE COX, Windsor House, Bream's Buildings, E.C.

SALES BY AUCTION FOR THE YEAR 1919.
Messrs.

ledge of Bent) Court, and County Cong Practice salary DEBENHAM, TEWSON, RICHARDSON,

(as at present) £150.-" W." (No. 3628), Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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(23; admitted)

AW. SEEKS CLERKSHIP, town or country: experience Conveyancing, Probate, County Court work, and in Chancery and Common Law departments of well-known London Firm; salary £90.-Apply "A. O." (No. 3628), Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

"

Law

AW.-MANAGING CLERK WANTED County Court and Police Court cases; good Advocate would have prospect of advancement; give references and full particulars, with salary required.-C. R." (No. 3627), Law Times" Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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CLERK to principal experienced SHORTHAND who can from take down dictation at CLERK, words 150 minute, and transcribe with accuracy a and rapidity; commencing salary £2. 5s.-State age, references, experience, and full particulars, to "Z. Y. X. (No. 3628), "Law Times Office, Bream's-buildings, E.C. Το SOLICITORS. If you require to fill any Vacancy on your staff, admitted men or otherwise, apply ATHERTONS LTD., 63 and 64, Chancery-lane, W.C. Telephone, 2482 Holborn. Alacrious, London."

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By arrangement, Auctions in Town or Country oan 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.

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5, Crescent-road (within two minutes Crouch End every Station).-Superior BOARD-RESIDENCE; fort: thirty rooms; handsomely furnished; large sunny bed rooms, drawing, dining, smoking rooms; separate tables; electric light; baths; terms moderate; no extras. --Phone, 1178 Hornsey.

OFFICES, handsome and commodious, to

be LET, at moderate rentals, in the new building of the LAW UNION and ROCK INSURANCE CO. (Ltd.), OLD SERJEANTS'-INN, CHANCERY-LANE; light and quiet, and fitted with every modern improvement; suitable for either Professional or Business purposes.-Inquire of Caretaker, on the premises, or of the Law Union and Rock Insurance Company, Chancery-lane.

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WELDON, Proprietors of "Law Notes," &c., PREPARE in Class and by POST, STUDENTS for the INTERMEDIATE and FINAL EXAMINATIONS of the Law Society, Bar, and other Legal Examinations.-Address Lonsdale Chambers, 27, Chancery-lane, W.C.

JUNE FINAL HONOURS, 1912.

Pupils of Messrs. Gibson and Weldon monopolised the list of 27, with the exception of two places in the Second Class and two in the Third.

ALL THE PRIZES were taken by Pupils. At the Intermediate 4 Pupils were placed in the First Class.

ANSWERS TO THE MICHAELMAS BAR EXAMINATION QUESTIONS will be published on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The May Answers are also obtainable, price ls., post free ls. 1d.

MR. Tew,

R. CHARLES THWAITES (Indermaur Students' Journal," &c., 22, Chancery-lane, London, W.C. continues to read with Students for the Solicitors' Final and Intermediate Examinations, Bar, and other Legal Examinations. Fees on application. Telegrams:

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R. F. F. MONTAGUE, LL.B., tinues to PREPARE for the SOLICITORS' FINAL and INTERMEDIATE and for no other EXAMINATIONS.-Particulars on application, personally or by letter, at 2, Hare-court, Temple, E.C.

NEMBHARD HIBBERT, LL.D. V. Lond., Honours and Prizeman at Bar and

LL.B., Barrister, continues to PREPARE STUDENTS, Orally and by Post, for Legal Examinations at 1, Gardencourt, Temple, E.C. Successes 1910-11: LL.B., 16 passed, 11 with Honours. Bar and Solicitors, 134 passed.

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MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD'S LIST.

OFFICES: 6, POULTRY, E.C.

PERIODICAL SALES.

ESTABLISHED 1843.

THURSDAY NEXT.-Periodical Sale No. 965.Reversions.

MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD MESSRS, H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD

conduct PERIODICAL SALES of REVERSIONS (Absolute and Contingent), LIFE INTERESTS and ANNUITIES,

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THURSDAY NEXT.--Periodical Sale No. 565.-Reversion.

OCT. 17:

SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY,

ABSOLUTE REVERSION, receivable on the

The decease of a lady aged 80, to One-third of £3250; also to Two Freehold Houses valued at £515, and to a Legacy and Marshall, Solicitors, 48, Mark-lane, E.C. and of the Auctioneers.

of £100.-Particulars of Messrs. Hatchett, Jones, Bisgood,

THURSDAY NEXT.-Periodical Sale No. 965.-Annuity.

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MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD
SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY £2000, MEDICAL, and GENERAL LIFE ASSUR

OCT. 17:

An ANNUITY of £700, payable to a lady aged 52, together with covering Policies.--Particulars of Messrs. Stiebel and Farwell, Solicitors, Lennox House, Norfolkstreet, Strand, W.C.; and of the Auctioneers.

THURSDAY NEXT.-Periodical Sale No. 965.Interest in Possession, &c.

MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD

will SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY,

OCT. 17:

The ABSOLUTE REVERSION, receivable on the decease of the survivor of two ladies aged 75 and 58, to Three-eighths of Investments of the estimated value of £6000.-Particulars of Henry Dummer, Esq., Solicitor, 26, Landport-terrace, Southsea; and of the Auctioneers.

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ANCE SOCIETY; life 58; Free £45 12s. 6d.

Particulars of Messrs. Broomhead, Wightman, and Moore, Solicitors, 14, Georgestreet, Sheffield, of Mer Norton, Rose, Barrington, and Co., Solicitors, 57, 0. Broad-street, E.C.; and of the Auctioneers, 6, Poultry, E.C.

PERIODICAL PROPERTY AUCTIONS.

MESSRS. H. E. FOSTER & CRANFIELD

beg to announce that their PROPERTY AUCTIONS are held at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, E.C., on the FIRST and THIRD WEDNESDAYS in every month. The dates fixed for 1912 are as follows:Wednesday, Oct. 16 Wednesday, Dec. 4 Wednesday, Nov. 6 Wednesday, Dec. 18. Wednesday, Nov. 20

Vendors, Solicitors, and Trustees having Properties for Sale are respectfully invited to communicate with the Auotioneers, at their Offices. 6. Poultry, London EC Telegrams: Invariably Stock, London." Tel. No 999 and 1000 Bank, and 8539 Central.

The Official Record of the National Coursing Club

THE

GREYHOUND STUD. BOOK

(VOL. XXXI.)

Price Five Shillings and Sixpence (Including Postage).

CONTENTS.

Frontispiece Portrait of Waterloo Cup Winner, 1912Particulars of 5073 Greyhounds and 1269 Litters of Puppies registered, with Addresses of their OwnersReview of Last Season's Coursing-1388 Winners, Dividers, and Runners-up, with extended pedigrees, their performances during the last season, and Greyhounds beaten by them. at every meeting in the KingdomReports of National Coursing Club and Standing Committee Meetings - Revised By-Laws and Rules of Coursing to Feb. 20, 1912-Sales of GreyhoundsComplete Revised List of Secretaries of existing and new Club and Open Meetings, Judges, Slippers, &c., to date, and other important matter.

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OFFICES: WINDSOR HOUSE, BREAM'S BUILDINGS, E.C.

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CONTEMPORANEOUS

REPORTS for the Years 1865 to 910. Showing in parallel columns the volumes published in each year of the LAW REPORTS, LAW TIMES REPORTS, LAW JOURNAL REPORTS, WEEKLY REPORTER, and TIMES LAW REPORTS.

HOBACE Cox, Law Times Office. Windsor House Bream's-buildings, E.C.

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