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CREDITORS UNDER 22 & 23 VICT. c. 35.

LAST DAY OF CLAIM AND TO WHOM PARTICULARS TO BE SENT. ARMITAGE (Ellen), Leamington. Sept. 7; Saunders, Bradbury, and

Saunders, Birmingham.
ATHERTON, otherwise OCCLESHAW (Ellen), Ince-in-Makerfield. Aug. 14; J.
Wilson, A. E. Baucher, Wigan.
AVONMORE (Right Hon. Emily Marianne Dowager Viscountess), Biarritz,
France. Sept. 11; Farrer and Co., 66, Lincoln's inn-flds, W.C.
BERRIDGE (Elizabeth Angelina), Scunthorpe. Sept. 2; G. S. Sowter,
Brigg.

BIRKETT (Jane), Weston-super-Mare. Sept. 14; Withers, Bensons,
Birkett, and Davies, Howard House, 4, Arundel st, Strand, W.C.
BLACKHURST (James), Blackpool. Aug. 14; H. Butcher, Blackpool.
BLEARS (George Harry), Pendleton. Aug. 27; Cobbett, Wheeler, and
Cobbett, Manchester.
Aug. 31; R. E. Steel and

BRYAN (Edward), All Saints, Cheltenham.

Millard, Cheltenham.

BUTCHER (Mary Stansmore Ann), Dorchester. Sept. 6; Robins, Hay,
Waters, and Hay, 9, Lincoln's-inn-ilds, W.C.

CARVER (Benjamin), Prestwich. Sept. 24; A. H., P. W., and W. H.
Carver, at the offices of Farrar and Co., Manchester.
COOPER (Joseph), Smethwick. Aug. 31; Buller and Cross, Birmingham.
CRAKANTHORP (Catherine Jane), Redhill. Sept. 7; C. Skidmore, at the
offices of Mole, Rosling, and Vernon, Reigate.

DAVIES (Mary Ann), North Finchley. Aug. 30; Lee and Pembertons, 44,
Lincoln's-inn-flds, W.C.

DAVIES (William Jacob), Eastville. Sept. 2; Merrils, Ede, and Nicholls, Cardiff.

DAVIS (John Hodding), Cheltenham. Sept. 30; Davis, Lloyds, and Wilson, Newport, Mon.

DAVIS (Thomas James), Southbourne. Sept. 5; T. E. Gossling, Bourne

mouth.

DAVISON (Charles John), North Kensington. Sept. 16; E Hepburn, 27, Chancery-la, W.C.

EDWARDS (Elizabeth Anne), Prestbury. Aug. 31; R. E. Steel and Millard, Cheltenham.

FIRTH (Jonas), Thornbury. Sept. 14; A. D. Maguinness, Bradford FRANKLAND (Clara), Saltaire. Aug. 16; Ratcliffe and Greenwood, Bradford.

GARTSIDE (Anne Elizabeth), St. Anne's-on-the-Sea Sept. 2; T. Hand, Manchester.

GIBSON (Andrew), Newport and Barry Dock. Aug. 16; C. Acomb, Newport, Mon.

GRADY (Sarah), Usk. Aug. 16; C. Acomb, Newport, Mon.

GRIFFIN (George Griffin), Newton Court, Monmouth. Aug 31; Vizard and Son, Monmouth.

GRINLINTON (Sir John Joseph, Kt.), Middle Wallop. Aug. 31; J. T. Goddard, 5 and 6, Clement's-inn, Strand, W.C

GEORGE (Abraham), Chasetown. Sept. 2; Brewer and Co., Wolver

hampton.

HARRIS (Eliza Maria), Staines.

Staines.

HARRISON (Rev. Francis), Bath. Bath.

Aug. 31; Horne, Engail, and Freeman,

Sept. 17; Adam, Thring, and Sheldon,

HARTLEY (Robert Nightingale), Ilkley and Leeds. Sept. 17; G. F. Crawford, Leeds.

HELY (Sarah), Bognor. Aug. 31; Sidney Smith and Son, 13, Old Jewry

chmbrs, Old Jewry, E.C.

HOLT (Edward), Biddulph. Sept. 2; H. L. and W. P. Reade, Congleton. HOWARTH (Ann), Halifax. Sept. 6; L. I. Dey, Halifax.

HULME (Olive), Liverpool. Sept. 2; Avison, Morton, Paxton, and Co.,
Liverpool.

JOHNSON (Ellen), Walkden. Aug. 30; Johnson and Tilly, Lancaster.
JONES (Ann), Stepney. Sept. 20; J. T. Lewis, 54, Chancery-la, W.C.
KAY (Arthur), Great Grimsby. Aug. 17; J. W. Kay, Blackpool
KERKIN (Charles), Gorran. Aug. 31; Carlyon and Stephens, St. Austell.
KERNAGHAN (Adam), Streatham. Sept. 1; Kingsbury and Turner, 369
and 371, Brixton-rd, S. W.

LABREY (Harold Saul), Leeds. Sept. 10; Craven and Clegg, Leeds.
LAMB (Thomas Henry), Timperley. Aug. 31; W. H. Dixon and Co.,
Manchester.

LOGAN (Charles Smith), Hitchin. Sept. 11; Farrer and Co., 66, Lincoln'sinn-filds, W.C.

MADDISON (Alfred Lionel), Harcourt-bldgs, Temple. Sept. 2; Gedge, Fiske, and Gedge, 10, Norfolk-st, Strand, W.C.

MARTINDALE (Alfred), Highbury. Sept. 2; Forbes, Hatten, and McLean, 8, Queen-st, Cheapside, E.C.

MAYLOR (Thomas), Hanley Swan. Sept. 2; Dixon and Syers Liverpool. MELLOR (Emma), Blackpool. Sept. 13; Hall, Walker, and Norton, Hud

dersfield.

MILLER (Elizabeth), Stoke. Aug. 30; T. Butler and Son, Broughton-in

Furness.

MORSE (Robert), Stroud, or MORSE (Walter Charles). Sept. 14; Winterbotham and Sons, Stroud.

MORRISON (Martha Capper), Kensington. Sept. 29; Pontifex, Pitt, and Johnson, 16, St. Andrew-st, Holborn-cir, E.C.

Moss (Esther), Cricklewood, late residing at Bournemouth. Sept. 2; Rubinstein, Nash, and Co., 5 and 6, Raymond-bldgs, Gray's-inn, W.C. MUIR (Thomas), South Kensington. Sept. 21; Munns and Lengden, 4B, Frederick's-pl. Old Jewry, E.C.

NEDAS (Lawrence), Cannon-st-rd, Commercial-rd East. Sept. 4; S. Nedas. 122, Cannon-st-rd, aforesaid, or his sols., S. Myers and Son, 25, Wormwood-st, Old Broad-st, E.C.

OGDEN (Alfred), Urmston. Aug. 12; Grundy, Kershaw, Samson, and Co., Manchester.

OLIFF (Susan), Rettendon. Aug. 10; H. J. Jefferies and Bygott, Southend-on-Sea.

OVENDEN (George William). Upper Clapton. Sept 4; E. J Marsh, 2, Fen-ct, Fenchurch-st, E C.

PARSONS (John), Great Portland-st, W. Aug. 31; Rye and Eyre, 13, Golden-sq. W.

PEACH (John Edward), Pendleton. Aug. 31; W. H. Dixon and Co., Manchester.

PERRETT (George Elijah), Brixham. Sept. 2: Bond and Pearce. Plymouth,
PLACE (Thomas Lloyd), Thames Ditton. Sept. 1; Crick and Freeman,
Maldon.

REES (William), Broadway, Llanblethian. Sept. 10; Gwyn and Gwyn,
Cowbridge.
RIDDELL (Thomas William), Spital Tongues. Aug. 21; H. E Richardson
and Elder, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

RIDLEY (Horace), Princes Risborough. Aug. 21; Stooke-Vaughan and
Taylor, Princes Risborough.
ROBINS (James), St. Thomas, Exeter. Aug. 30; Friend and Tarbet,
Exeter.

ROGERS (Sarah Isabella), Brighton. Aug. 30; White and Leonard, Bankbldgs, Ludgate-cir. E.C.

ROUTLEDGE (George William Olphert), Gors, Holyhead. Aug. 30; Neo and Gordon-Roberts, Holyhead.

SCARTH (James), Morley. Aug. 10; Scatcherd, Hophins, Middlebrooks, and Brighouse, Leeds.

SHAW (Arthur Barnsley), Putney-hill, S.W., and King'. Bench-walk, Temple, E.C. Sept. 14; A. G. Shaw and T. A. Trotter, at the offices of Parson, Lee, and Co., 24, Lime-st, E.C.

STAINS (Robert), Upper Norwood. Aug. 31; W. Marshall, 49, Doverst, W.

SUTTON (Fanny), Bentley Heath, Knowle. Sept 7; Shirley, Smith, and Malins, Birmingham.

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SYKES (Jane), South Crosland, Netherton. Aug. 31, Charles, Clegg, and
Co., Oldham.

THACKER (Alice Ann), Purley. Sept. 30; Balderston and Warrens, 32,
Bedford-row, W.C.
THORPE (Charles), Dorset-sq, and Junior Constitutional Club, Piccadilly.
Sept. 16; J. N. Mason and Co., 32, Gresham-st.
TORRINGTON (Right Hon. Emmeline St. Maur Dowager Viscountess),
Maidstone. Aug. 31; the executors, at the office of H. F. Kite, 11,
Queen Victoria-st, E.C.

UTLEY (William), Halifax. Sept. 7; Hirst, Whitley, and Akeroyd,

Halifax.

VARTY (Emily Lucretia), Eastbourne. Sept. 21; F. W. Atkinson, 2,
Finsbury-sq, E.C.
WADE (Eli), Undercliffe, Bradford. Aug. 31; Beaumont and Croft,
Leeds.

WATERS (Alderman Thomas Houghton), Liverpool. Sept 1; Jones,
Paterson, Henry, and Co., Liverpool.

WESTON (Ellen), Southport. Oct. 1; Ponsonby and Carlile Oldham.. WILLS (William Leonard), Barnt Green and Nechells. Aug. 31, Lee, Musgrove, and Co., Birmingham.

WINDER (Margaret), Oswestry. Sept. 1; Minshall, Parry Jones, and Pugh, Oswestry.

WOOD (George), Rowley Regis. Sept. 1; W. Shakespeare and Co., Oldbury, Birmingham.

WOODHOUSE (Walter Mansell), Wantage. Sept. 10; Jotcham and Son, Wantage.

WORMALD (Samuel Holdridge), Goole. Aug. 16; Hind, Son, and Burniston, Goole.

WRIGHT (William James), Bishop Auckland. Aug. 16; Booth and Wood, Bishop Auckland

YATES (Frances Elizabeth), Hyde Park-gate. Sept 17; J and E. P. Shepherd, at the offices of C. and S. Harrison and Co, Vernon House, Bloomsbury-sq, W.C.

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YORKSHIRE BOARD OF LEGAL STUDIES. THE annual meeting was held in the Grand Jury Room at the Leeds Town Hall on the 30th ult. Mr. F. J. Munby, of York, presided, and others present included Mr. Justice Scrutton, Messrs. James Beaumont (Leeds), E. Bramley (Sheffield), J. H. Whitehead (Pickering), C. J. Haworth (Wakefield), C. J. F. Atkinson (Otley), Claude Leatham (Pontefract), Herbert Denison (Leeds), and the hon. secretaries, Charles Scriven (Leeds) and Mr. Thomas Ward (Huddersfield). Apologies for non-attendance were received from, amongst others, Mr. M. E. Sadler, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds, who expressed appreciation of the work of the board by the university; Sir Alfred Hopkinson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester, the Lord Mayor of Leeds (Mr. William Nicholson), Mr. Justice Bankes, and Mr. E. H. Foster. In moving the adoption of the report and balance-sheet the chairman remarked that it was twenty years since the solicitors of Yorkshire first moved for the formation of the board, and in 1900 it was formally constituted, and was now, he considered, entering on a period of great usefulness. Mr. J. H. Whitehead seconded. Mr. Justice Scrutton, in supporting, said that he was aware that there were people who doubted whether solicitors ought to have any principles, and who would say that principles were only obstacles to members of the Profession. On the other hand there were those who considered that an education which merely gave one the book side of law was no use either to a barrister or a solicitor. He remembered very well as a young man coming up from Cambridge, after taking a high degree in the Law Tripos, thinking that he was by way of being a lawyer, and he remembered also his dismay and astonishment when presented with his first set of papers, and confronted with the duty of advising a client. He did not think that at that time legal education at Cambridge was in a very satisfactory state. Some of his brothers of the English Bench had, he knew, sent their sons to Harvard rather than to Cambridge for this reason. That state of things was, however, changed, and he was a very strong supporter of any scheme to give students some thorough grounding in law before being put to detail work in offices or chambers. He was glad to know that not only did articled clerks in Yorkshire come forward to avail themselves of that board and the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield, but that their principals were willing to give them opportunities to do so. Personally, he was always glad to come upon the North-Eastern Circuit, because--in the absence of the Bar, he could say so-they had an excellent

Bar, and invariably they were extremely well instructed by Northcountry solicitors. Mr. Claude Leatham moved the following resolution: "That this board welcomes the well advised desire of the Law Society (1) to eliminate some weak alternatives for the preliminary examination of the society; (2) to raise the standard of that examination; (3) to accept a year's attendance at an approved law school, prior to articles, as an exemption from one year's service under articles, providing that in no case should the minimum of three years be reduced, and in support of that desire this board asks the solicitors within its area and the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield to assist the board in furthering the plans of the Law Society within the county of York." He considered he said, that the resolution should include something tending to improve the characters of those intending to enter the Profession. There ought to be as many marks given in their examinations for character as for brains. The shortcomings of some of their profession did not result from want of brains, but want of character. Mr. Thomas Ward seconded the resolution, which was agreed to. The officers of the board were re-elected.

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS. Information intended for publication under the above heading should reach us not later than Thursday morning in each week, as publication is otherwise delayed.

Mr. GEORGE JAMES ERNEST GARDNER, solicitor, Northallerton, has been appointed Coroner of the Northern District of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Mr. Gardner was admitted in 1885.

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 Registrars' 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).

N.B.-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 Registrars' Office, Royal Courts of Justice,
July 1912.

THE COURTS AND COURT PAPERS.

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. 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.

The

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.

THE GAZETTES.

Professional Partnerships Dissolved.

GAZETTE, AUG. 6.

LINDO, CECIL GABRIEL, and CAWSTON, EDWARD PERCY, solicitors, Copthall House (42 to 45), 13, Copthall-av, E.C., and Regent House, 233, Regent-st July 17

Bankrupts.

THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890.

RECEIVING ORDERS.

GAZETTE, AUG. 2.

To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. BARNETT, ALGERNON DAVID, Pall Mall, Westminster. July 30. DAVIES, VAUGHAN W. (trading as Vaughan W. Davies and Co.), Copthall-av. July 29.

MCGOWAN, PATRICK, Moreton-ter, Pimlico, Westminster, commissionaire. July 30.

MCKINLAY, HUGH CAMPBELL, Mark-la. June 12.

MACLACHLAN, BENJAMIN GILLES, late Westcliff-on-Sea, theatrical manager.
July 31.
WEEKES, WILLIAM, Aldbourne-rd, Shepherd's Bush, agent. July 29.

To surrender at their respective District Courts.
ARNOLD, JOHN, Swansea, boiler cleaner. Ct. Swansea. July 31.
ASHE, MITCHELL, Stoke Newington, tobacco dealer Ct Edmonton.
July 29.

ASKEW, ARTHUR, Parkgate, butcher. Ct. Sheffield. July 30
ATKINSON, LEWIS, Hatfield Peverel, baker. Ct. Chelmsford. July 29.
AVERY, JOSEPH ALBERT, Birmingham, estate agent. Ct. Birmingham.
July 29.
BARKER, AMBROSE ARTHUR, Hempnall, farmer. Ct. Ipswich. July 30.
BOND, JOHN THOMAS, Merthyr Tydfil, butcher. Ct. Merthyr Tydfil.
July 30.
BOORER, ALBERT, Lingfield, butcher. Ct. Tunbridge Wells. July 31.
BOOTH, JOHN, North Hayling, market gardener. Ct. Portsmouth.
July 30.
CORBEN, WILLIAM, Southsea, pork butcher. Ct Portsmouth. July 29.
DUGGLEBY, SEPTIMUS WALDBY, Scarborough, butcher Ct. Scarborough
July 29.

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ENGLESBERG, ISAAC, Manchester, tailor. Ct. Manchester. July 29.
FATHERS, GEORGE EDWARD, and FATHERS, WALTER JOHN (trading as
Fathers and Son), late Oxford, builders. Ct. Oxford. July 30.
FROST, WILLIAM DAVID, Woolwich, wholesale confectioner. Ct. Green-
wich. July 29.

GIBBON, WILLIAM, Milford Haven, tobacconist. Ct. Pembroke Dock
July 31.

JENNINGS, CHARLES EGERTON, late Bath, doctor of medicine. Ct. Bath.

July 29.

JONES, ROBERT, Melinden, licensed victualler. Ct. Bangor July 31.
KENT, WALTER HARRY, Chale, builder. Ct. Newport and Ryde. July 30.
KIRBY, W. R., Forest Hill, captain in the South African Constabulary
Ct. Greenwich. July 30.

KIRKBY, WILLIAM, Leeds, late pork butcher. Ct. Leeds. July 29.
MCKEARS, HENRY NEWMAN, Sheffield, tailor. Ct. Sheffield. July 29
MYERS, JAMES, Birkdale, blacksmith. Ct. Burnley. July 29.

ROGERS, RICHARD PURCELL, Ellesmere, fishmonger. Ct. Wrexham and
Llangollen. July 30.

SHARPE, JOHN, Retford, gentleman. Ct. Lincoln. July 30

SMITH, WILLIAM, Porth, underground haulier. Ct. Fontypridd, Ystradyfodwg, and Porth. July 29.

SOUTHERN, WALTER, Tyldesley, grocer. Ct. Bolton. July 31
THOMAS, JOHN HENRY, Abertysswg, butcher. Ct. Tredegar July 30.
TURNER, HENRY, Penistone, late publican. Ct. Barnsley. July 31.
VICKERS, CHRISTOPHER, Mirfield, innkeeper. Ct. Dewsbury. July 29.
WALL, ALFRED
Cheltenham.
BERNARD, Cheltenham, sculptor. Ct.

July 30.

WARING, HENRY (trading as Warings), Bootle, gentleman's outfitter. Ct Liverpool. July 29.

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To surrender at their respective District Courts.
BICKERS, GEORGE SIDNEY, Leeds, restaurant proprietor Ct. Leeds.
Aug. 2.

BRENTANO, ALBERT LEAPER, Great Grimsby, fruiterer. Ct. Great Grimsby.
Aug. 2.
BUTCHER, AGNES EMMA (trading as H. Butcher), Balham, builder. Ct.
Wandsworth. Aug. 1.

CHESHAM, FRED JOSEPH, Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 1.
CLARKE, JAMES BROWNE, Kenton, farmer. Ct. Exeter. Aug. 3

HALL, STEPHEN WATSON, Milstead, licensed victualler. Ct. Rochester.
Aug. 1.

HEDEN, REGINALD CLAUD, Leamington, baker. Ct. Warwick Aug. 2. HUDSON, HERBERT FREDERICK, Bridgend, secretary to a limited company. Ct. Cardiff. July 30.

LANE, EDWARD, Barnes. Ct. Wandsworth. Aug, 1.

ROBINSON, HERVÉ JOSSE, Great Grimsby, ledger clerk Ct. Great Grimsby. Aug. 2.

Aug. 1.

SKUCE, WILLIAM HENRY, Bath, bookbinder. Ct. Bath.
THOMAS, JOHN HOPKIN, Kenfig Hill, collier. Ct. Cardiff. July 31.
WHEADON, JOHN LEWIS, Burnley, hay merchant. Ct. Burnley Aug. 2.

ADJUDICATIONS. GAZETTE, AUG. 2.

ARNOLD, JOHN, Swansea, boiler cleaner. Ct. Swansea July 31.
ASKEW, ARTHUR, Parkgate, butcher. Ct. Sheffield. July 30.
BARKER, AMBROSE ARTHUR, Hempnall, farmer. Ct. Ipswich July 30.
BOND, JOHN THOMAS, Merthyr Tydfil, butcher. Ct. Merthyr Tydfil.
July 30.

BOORER, ALBERT, Lingfield, butcher. Ct. Tunbridge Wells. July 31.
CLIFTON, JOSHUA, Saltoun-rd, Brixton, music-hail artiste. Čt. High
Court. July 29.

CORBEN, WILLIAM, Southsea, pork butcher. Ct. Portsmouth July 29. DAUNCEY, WILLIAM G. (otherwise John Debenham). Thornton Heath, consulting engineer. Ct. Croydon. July 29.

DE PINNA, HERBERT ALFRED, Grosvenor-st, Grosvenor sq. Ct High Court. July 29.

DUGGLEBY, SEPTIMUS WALDBY, Scarborough, butcher. Ct. Scarborough. July 29.

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ENGLESBERG, ISAAC, Manchester, tailor. Ct. Manchester. July 29.

FROST, WILLIAM DAVID, Woolwich, wholesale confectioner. Ct. Green-
wich. July 29.
GIBBON, WILLIAM, Milford Haven, tobacconist. Ct. Pembroke Dock.
July 31.

HARRIS, MICHAEL, Chace water, ironmonger. Ct. Truro. July 31,
JONES, NATHANIEL ARUNDELL (described in the receiving order and trading
as Jones Brothers), Bristol, advertising agent. Ct. Bristol. July 27.
JONES, ROBERT, Melinden, licensed victualler. Ct. Bangor July 81.
JONES, ROBERT OWEN, Blaenau Festiniog, solicitor. Ct. Portmadoc and
Festiniog. July 30.

KENT, WALTER HARRY, Chale, builder. Ct. Newport and Ryde. July 30.
KIRKBY, WILLIAM, Leeds, late pork butcher. Ct. Leeds. July 29.
LANGLEY, FRANK, Rugby, theatre proprietor. Ct. Coventry July 30.
LEVY, SOLOMON, and LEWIS, MARKS (late trading as S. and M. Lewis
and Co., described in the receiving order as Solomon Levy and Mark
Lewis), late Christopher-st, wholesale woollen merchants. Ct. High
Court. July 29.

MACFARLANE, FANE ANDREW JAMES, Pitsea, managing director of a limited company. Ct. Chelmsford. July 30.

MCGOWAN, PATRICK, Moreton-ter, Pimlico, Westminster, commissionaire.
Ct. High Court. July 30.

MCKEARS, HENRY NEWMAN, Sheffield, tailor. Ct. Sheffield. July 29.
MYERS, JAMES, Birkdale, blacksmith. Ct. Burnley. July 29.

PATE, EDGAR T., Catford. dancing master. Ct. Greenwich. July 26. PROCTOR, WILLIAM BARTLETT, late Craven-hill-grdns, Bayswater, boardinghouse keeper. Ct. High Court. July 29.

REDFORD, WILLIS KNIGHT, Manchester, keeper of a drug store Ct. Manchester. July 30.

RIDDELL, CAPTAIN GEORGE AUGUSTUS, Jermyn-st, Piccadilly.

Court. July 31.

ROBINSON, JOSEPH, Hale, builder. Ct. Manchester. July 30

Ct. High

ROGERS, RICHARD PURCELL, Ellesmere, fishmonger. Ct. Wrexham and Llangollen. July 30.

RUTTY, WILLIAM JAMES (trading as Frances Rutty), Stafford, ironmonger. Ct. Stafford. July 25.

SCHUMACHER, E. C., Sutton. Ct. Croydon. July 25.

SHARPE, JOHN, Retford, gentleman. Ct. Lincoln. July 30.

SMITH, E. B., Croydon, printer. Ct. Croydon. July 27.

SMITH, WILLIAM, Porth, underground haulier. Ct. Pontypridd. Ystrady. fodwg, and Porth. July 29.

SOUTHERN, WALTER, Tyldesley, grocer. Ct. Bolton. July 31.

THOMAS, JOHN HENRY, Abertysswg, butcher. Ct. Tredegar. July 30. VICKERS. CHRISTOPHER, Mirfield, innkeeper. Ct. Dewsbury. July 29. WALL, ALFRED BERNARD, Cheltenham, sculptor. Ct. Cheltenham.

July 30.

Court. July 29.

WEEKES, WILLIAM. Aldbourne-rd, Shepherd's Bush, agent.

WILLIAMS, JOHN, Llanfairfechan, builder. Ct. Bangor. July 29

GAZETTE, AUG. 6.

Ct. High

ATKINSON, LEWIS, Hatfield Peverel, baker. Ct Chelmsford. Aug. 1. BOOTH, JOHN, North Hayling, market gardener. Ct. Portsmouth. July 31.

BRENTANO, ALBERT LEAPER, Great Grimsby, fruiterer. Ct. Great Grimsby. Aug. 2.

BUTCHER, AGNES EMMA (trading as H Butcher), Balham, builder. Ct.

Wandsworth. Aug. 1.

CHESHAM, FRED JOSEPH, Leeds, grocer. Ct. Leeds. Aug. 1

HALL, STEPHEN WATSON, Milstead, licensed victualler. Ct Rochester Aug. 1.

HUDSON, HERBERT FREDERICK, Bridgend, secretary to a limited company. Ct. Cardiff. July 30.

KENT, HENRY ALFRED, late Rye-la, Peckham, tailor. Ct. High Court. Aug. 1.

KUPFERBERG, ABRAHAM, and LEBYS, WOOLF (described in the receiving order as Kupferberg and W. Lebys), Cable-st, provision dealers. Ct. High Court. Aug. 1.

LISTON, BEATRICE, Camberley, widow. Ct. Guildford and Godalming. Aug. 2.

MORRIS, CHARLES (trading as Charles Morris and Co.), Fenchurch-st, shipping agent. Ct. High Court. Aug. 1.

ROBINSON, HERVÉ JOSSE, Great Grimsby, ledger clerk. Ct. Great
Grimsby. Aug. 2.

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