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Aetions. Mr. Justice North on the days stated in the Hilary Sittings Paper, and Re Von Hangwitz ; Von Hangwitz v. De Re Bennett; Ingle o. King on Fridays and Saturdays. Mr. Justice Kekewich on Fridays and Saturdays, and
Re Clarke and Sinclairs Contract and also on other days as the Judges may direct.
Re Middleton; Wright v. Cliff
V. & P. Act 1874
Re Pocock and Olafleld's Contract and V. SPECIAL NOTICE WITH REFERENCE TO THE CHANCERY WITNESS
Re Tucker; Bishop v. Beauchamp
& P. Act 1874
Shynn u. Ditton
Re J. C. Orred and others and The Re Williams; Williams r. Williams
Contract and V. & P. Act 1874
Re Stilwell; Williams v. Hoskins Mr. Justice Chitty will take his Witness List for the ensuing fortnight, beginning
Re Bishopp; Ross *. Brewer (W. H. Re Ashton; Kilby v. Ashton on Tuesday, Feb. 2, and will sit continuously (Monday, Feb. 8, excepted) until
Fitzgerald and another)
Re Fry and Weston's Contract and V. & Saturday, Feb. 13.
Re Same; Same r. Same
P. Act 1874 Mr. Justice North will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 19, and sit continuously (Monday,
Re Frodsham; Salmon v. Barnes
Re S. Rayner; Mason 1. Hollington Jan. 25, excepted) until Saturday, Jan. 30.
Re The Sovereign Life Assurance Com- Re A. Rayner; Mason v. Wood Mr. Justice Stirling will begin on Tuesday, Feb. 2, and sit continuously (Monday,
Re Edwards : Lindit v. Wrench Feb. 8, excepted) until Saturday, Feb. 13.
Re Bick; Wilkins v. Lewis
Re Morley ; Tabberer v. Morley. Mr. Justice Kekewich will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 19, and sit continuously (Monday, Jan. 25, excepted) until Saturday, Jan. 30.
Further Considerations. N.B.--If the Witness List should be taken on any days other than those above
Thorne r. Radford
Re Jonas Lery; Addington v. Mosely appointed, due notice will be given.
Re Whittaker; Jones r. Wright
Re Stewart: Bodtken v. Houlder. During the ortnight when a Judge is engaged on his Witness List, Motions in Causes or Matters assigned to him (including Ex parte Motions, but not including Motions relating to the postponement of the Trial or Hearing of any Cause or Matter in
Before Mr. Justice NORTH. his Lordship’s List), and also Unopposed Petitions assigned to him, will be heard by one of his colleagues as follows:
Causes for Trial with Witnesses. Those assigned to Mr. Justice Chitty will be heard by Mr. Justice North.
Collins v. Woodin
Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited v. The Those assigned to Mr. Justice North will be heard by Mr. Justice Chitty.
Bulpett v. Link
Ixion Patent Pneumatic Tyre Company Those assigned to Mr. Justice Stirling will be heard by Mr.
Re Pritchard ; Davies v. Evans
Bowen v. The Aërated Bread Company
Hughes, Chenery, and Co. . Mines Limited
Acquisition, &c., Company Limited Midland Railway Company o. Topliss
Laycock v. Jamieson and W. Tuke (Set down to Thursday, Dec. 24, 1896, inclusive.)
Harrop v. Harrop
Saith v. Rowlands
C. de Murrieta and Co. Limited u. Galindez
The Aérated Bread Company Limited r. Spurgeon v. R. Spurgeon Limited Causes for Trial with Witnesses.
Wilkinson v. Storry
Badische Anilin and Soda Fabrik . Baron v. Bernstein Re Trade Mark No. 8482 of Cecil Fane Farmer v. School Board for London
H. Johnson and Co.
Re The Marie Rose Gold Mining Company (trading, &c.) and Patents, Designs, Hallett v. Musgrave
Longfield v. Horsfall
Limited and Companies Acts; Ex parte &c., Acts Tanner v. Tanner Robson v. Stevens
R. Blackshaw Re Trade Mark No. 180,437 of Monk's Re The Bulfontein Sun Diamond Mine
Bridport v. Coulson
Prall v. Gann Hall and Co. Limited and Opposition Limited and Companies Acts
Fletcher v. Nokes
Attorney-General v. Hendon Rural Disthereto of C. Fane, &c. Incandescent Gas Light Company Limited Liquidation Estates Purchase Company
trict Board Cleminson v. Hewitt v. T. Curtis and Co.
Limited v. Leigh
Bendit Brothers r. Hirth Re C. de Murrieta and Co. Limited; C. de Same Company v. R. Ainsworth and Co. Fawkes v. Lewis
Dye r. Patman Murrieta and Co. Limited v. Industrial Same Company r. Paget
Puzey v. Sweet
King v. Myers and General Trust Limited Same Company v. Brand and Co.
Milne r. West Australian Minerals, &c., Sampson v. Garrud Lane v. Marie Rose Gold Mining Company Attorney-General . Romford Urban Dis
Slaithwaite Spinning Company Limited v.
C. de Murrieta and Co. Limited u. Galindez
Re The Dunlop Truffault Cycle Company Thomson v. Floyd and Co.
Williams v. The Furness Railway ComPneumatic Tyre Company Limited p. Paget v. Schwabe
Trotter v. Clark
Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited v. Fox r. Brady
Gibson v. Booth
Same v. Fleetwood Tyre Company Limited Henry v. Andrews
Satchell v. Nevill
Abdy v. Willett
Elliot o. Bassett
Coleridge r. Leslie and Co. Limited Re The Bulfontein Sun Diamond Mine Re Brouncker; Carnegie r. Brouncker Dickson v. Eking
v. Letts Limited and Companies Acts 1862 to Lagunas Nitrate Company Limited
Saunders v. Price
Davis v. Aird and Song
Bullivant and Co. v. The Iberian Iron Ore Ellam v. J. Lyons and Co. Limited Wood v. B. Verity and Sons
De Vulitch v. Sutherst
Mossop v. Croxford
Green v. batchett Tweedale Howard and Bullough London General Omnibus Company
Duleep Singh v. Hill
McSwiney v. Rose
The Southall Norwood Urban District Collins v. Cooper
Council v. Monsted
Parr v. Tompson Automatic Coal Gas Retort Company Watkins v. Fitzmaurice
Ecroyd v. Coulthard
Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited r. Limited r. Mayor, &c., of Salford De Barreto v. Ridley
Pollard v. Weicher
Rimington Brothers and co.
Iles v. Lewin
Same Compauy v. Warrilow Rogers v. Law Union and Crown Fire and Nickson o. Robertson
Leggett r. Gardiner
McDiarmid v. Hamnett
Re Carter; Carter v. Lake
Black and White Publishing Company Richards r. Kirk Barry Railway Company 0. Taff Vale Lockyer v. Harvey and Co.
Limited o. Illustrated Press and PhotoThe Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited r. Railway Company
Short v. Montefiore
guaphic Agency Limited The Leicester Pneumatic Tyre and Walsall Rural District Council v. Hughes Dawson r. Thompson
Hughes, Chenery, and Co. v. Consort Automatic Valve Company Beasley v. Klingelhofer
The Rand d'Or Mines Limited r. Heindorf Deep Level Gold Mines Limited Re Kruger's Syndicate Limited
Wadey v. City and Suburban Freehold
Akhebolaget Separator r. Dairy Outfit Allen v. Pritchard
Thomson r. Thomson
Kirk , Kirk
Rice v. Rice Re Edwards; Sanders r. Edwards
Woodbridge and Co.
The London and County Banking Com- Marquis of Abergavrnny v. Parsons Bass, Ratcliff, and Gretton Limited r. Same Company v. Goodman and Son
pany Limited v. Goddard
Bartlett v. Spiking and Co.
How . Urban District Council of Car-
Causes for Trial without Witnesses.
Loribond v. Lovibond
Re Groom ; Booty v. Groom
Billing r. Tomkins
Re Fish ; Lee v. Fish.
Hilliard v. Dale
Re Robinson; Robinson v. Robinson Re Hodson ; Carey v. Walters
Re Marker; Marker c. Marker
Re Pell; Norton v. Battams
Barclay r. Miles and Co.
Re The Midland and South-Western Junc- Re Grove; Grove v. Grove
tion Railway Company and Railway O'Connor v. O'Connor
Companies Act 1867
Re Casson's Estate; Skirrow v. Johnson Wood v. Ive Dodworth Coal and Iron Company
Taylor r. Denison
Over v. Over
Re Tatam ; Norton r. Thomas
Re Dickson; Pitts v. Dowsing
Re Oliver; Oliver v. Oliver
Re Rarnard; Barnard r, Hill
Re Piercy; Whitwham r. Piercy
0. De Murrieta and Co. Limited v. Galin- Re Broughton; Grice Hutchinson v. Moor-
head Causes for Trial without Witnesses.
Same r. Same (No. 1412)
Wood v. Wood.
Re Hayes and Hulburd's Contract and
Re Harbert; Saltweli . Wilkinson
Oliver v. Oliver. Re Good; Russell o. Miles
Settled Land Acts
Re Leavers; Leavers r. Leavers Re Mortimer; Slater v. Taylor
Re Betts; Maclean u. Betts
Re Johnston ; Harris v. Chegwyn
Before Mr. Justice STIRLING.
Re Ram; Ramv, O'Brien
Causes for Trial with Witnesses.
West v. Alcock
New Moss Colliery Company Limited v. Re C. T. Rhodes, a Solicitor, &c. Re Ashbury; Elder v. Church Gentle v. Harmer
Manchester, Sheffield, &c. Railway Re the Same; Ex parte 0. T. Rhodes Re T. Gladwin and Charing Cross Railway Re Harman : Harman v. Wise
Lowe r. Sanders
Re Graham and Thomson's Contract and Debenham v. Foster, Frere, and Co. Wilding c. Sanderson
Haggenmacher v. Watson, Todd, and Co.
Chandler o. Freeman
Harding v. Fry Re Sir R. Peel's Trusts---Re Von der Zeyd's Re Beadle; Hodgson v. North
Wynne r. Rising
Lewis v. Morgan
Fenny Stratford Town Hall Company Wainwright i. Sutton
Wainwright v. Miller Re Weekes' Settlement and London, Limited
Lowe v. Sanders
Labouchere v. Webb Brighton, and South Coast Railway Co. Same v. Same
Emery o. Treacher
Barnes v. Story
Ross v. Ross
S. Fitton and Son u. Hamlyn
Earl of Dudley v. Lowo
Lord Churston r. Buller-Buller v. Lord McMahon r. Bond
Churston Symons v. Ramsay
Burton r, Simpson Ajello and Sons r. Worsley
Re Buxton : Buxton r, Buxton
Mardon v. Engulbach
Re Swinton; Newrick v. Astbury
Hawkins r. Rhodes Vanderpant v. Arnold
Harries and Co. r. Lock Whalley 1. Dawson
Cameron r. Smith Dale v. Sellick
v. Nantyglow, &c., Ironworks Dickinson ». Bristol Tramways and Car- Limited
riage Company Limited (British Thom- Whitwham v. Manchester, &c., Railway
son, Houston Limited, third parties) Company Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited v. Monnet v. Beck Gregson
Salter v. Bauer Sluce v. Poole
Re Davis; Davis v. Anger Re Hodgson; Cobbold v. Hodgson
Gardner v. Shute Brooks v. Lamplugh
Howard and Bullough Limited v. Tweedale Morris v. Kysow
Dalzell v. Stirling Incandescent Gas Light Company Limited Re Davey; Davey v. Groenfield u. Swanne and Co.
Attorney-Oeneral v. Bull Hookhan v. Johnson and Phillips
Burge v. The International Tea Company's Whitlark . Dawes
Stores Limited Macleod v. Mathews
Henderson's Transvaal Estates Limited
Hill v. Tanner
Clark v. Sharp and Co.
Thornton v. Shipley Gas Light Company Rose , Neale
Hanby v. Evans Sumner v. Sumner
Martin v. O'Driscoll and Co. Horwood v. Inskip
Wicks v. Grover Jarvis v. Jarvis
Grey v. Wallace Anderson v. Manchester, Sheffield, and Brotherton Tube Company Limited t. Lincolnshire Railway Company
Lawson Maconochie v. J. Livingston and Son The Birmingham Breweries Limited o. Ind, Coope, and Co. Limited v. Davies Jameson Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited r. The Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited v. English Cycle Company
Whymper. jun., and six other actions Parry v. Bulkeley
Same Company v. MacLellan
Sitwell v. Worrall
Grimths r. Marquess of Bute
Re The Truffault Cycle and Tube ManuAttorney-General v. Kirk
facturing Company Limited and ComD'Arcy v. D'Arcy
panies Acts Nicholson v. Brown
Clarke v. Odhams Lanchester v. Richter
Bower v. Broome Jones v. Roberts
Re Marriott; Marriott v. Marriott
Mayor, &c. of Croydon r. Locke
Lewis v. Powell.
Re Davy; Davy v. Davy
Re Atlee; Atlee o. Atlee and Settled Land Earp r. Walsall Union
Act Re Pommery and Tanner, Solicitors, &c, Re De Linden ; De Hayn v. Garland 1896, P. 1022
Re Phillips ; Eddowes v. Phillips Re Pommery and Tanner, Solicitors, &c., Re Saunders ; Saunders v. Gore 1896, P. 1021
Earl of Wharncliffe v. Edey Re The Western Counties' Steam Bakeries Re Nicholson ; Nicholson v. Nicholson and Milling Company Limited
Re Friedeberg; Slomowski v. Friedeberg Dale v. Powell
Re Venn; Dudman v. Thompson Trevor v. Hutchings
Re North ; Meates v. Bishop North British, &c., r. Mackintosh
Re Deere's Will; May v. Spranger Debney r. Eckett
Re Parsons: White v. Bicknell
Re Game; Game o. Young
Re Wilmot; Wilmot v. Betterton
Re Davis-Re Howell; Bowell r'. Howell Re Williams; Williams v. Grant.
Re Friend; Friend v. Young
Re Denton; Ruddock v. Denton
Parsons v. Bell
Re Bentinck; Bentinck v. Bentinck Re J. o. Burton; Scott c. The Hackney Re Cornell; Carnell v. Carnell
172nd Star Bowkett Building Society Re Russell; Bristow v. New Zealand Loan, Re Ennor; Etridge r. Julian
Further Considerations. Re Hyman; Emanuel v. Hyman
Re Pitkin; Pitkin v. Solicitors to H.M. Re Bayly; Bayly v. Bayly
Re Hilton; Webster r. Braxton
| Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Woollen System Tomasson , White
Company Limited v. Walker Howard v. Brand
Attorney-General r. Hodgman Hersey v. Romer and Haslam
Fricker r. Charlesworth Fenton v. Rolls
Itter v. Frecker Jenks , Viscount Clifden
Peaston r, Clark Pratt r, Lee
Williams r. Pinckney
Re Bowling: Dodsley r. Harris
Sykes r. The Howard Football Syndicate Roberts r. Venning
The London Freehold and Leasehold The Salt Union Limited r. Harvey
Property Company Limited v. Baron Hoe and Co. o. Foster and Sons
Suffield Gillard and Co. v. Warne Brothers
Birket r. The New St. Augustines Limited Smith New Publishing Company Re Soames ; Church Schools Company Limited
Limited r. Soames
Durley v. Durley-Llewellyn r. Lewsey Re Egan; Giles . Lester-Schmitz r. Re Coolgardie Mint, &c. Company Giles
Motion r. Mills Whitwill v. Kirby
Scholefield r. Murray Lucas o. Prall
Jenkins r. Clarke The Dominion Brewery Company Limited Abbott v. Jessop v. Foster
Goodacre and Sons v. Mather Clegg Bill v. Bullock
Norman r. Norman Karmel v. Manchester, Sheffield, and Prince Brew of Dunquah r. African Lincolnshire Railway Company
Mahogany Company Limited Staveps v. Griffin
Trustee of Property of 0. C. Prance, &c. Howard v. Howard
v. Prance Jervis v. Abdy
Hawthorne r. Scott Re Newton; Walker r. Peck
Massey v. Hill Miller v. Peel
Day v. Challis. Causes for Trial without Witnesses. Re Day: Partridge r. Day
Re Parker; Howell r. Popkin. Percival, jun., v. Percival, sen.
Adjourned Summonses. Re Airey ; Airey v. Stapleton
Re Goolden; Poulter r. Goolden Re Renshaw ; Renshaw v. Bailey
Salt r. New Zealand Midland Railway Re Bishop's Castle Railway Company Company (claim of W. B. G. Bottleld)
Re Cathcart; Briens r. Cathcart Re The London, Brighton, and_South Re Goodenough; Marland r. Williams Coast Railway Company and Keeves' Re Battams and Hutchinson (taxation) Contract and V. & P. Act 1874
Re Miller and Pim's Contract and V. & P. Re The Marquis of Townshend's Settle- Act 1874
ment-Re Grey's Mortgages ; Loftus v. Laidlaw r. Whiteside Grey
(teilinger o. Gibbs Re Swindells; Swindells v. Pook
Re G. Dodson: Morton r. Dyson Re Postle; Lubbock v. Mack
Re O'Brien; O'Shaughnessy r. O'Brien Re Kang's Settlement
Re England: England v. Davy Hornsey District Counsel r. Smith
Re Neale and Drew's Contract and V. & P. Re Linay; Hitchcock r. Linay
Act 1874 White v. The Southend Hotel Co. Limited Re O'Brien and Settled Land Acts 1882 to Re Ely: Tottenham v. Ely
1890 Re Hughes and Owen's Contract and V. &' James r. Jones-Slater r. Jones P. Act 1874
Re Foster; Thomas r. Foster Re Earl of Portsmouth; Earl of Ports- Re Smith ; Jackson r. Smith. mouth v. Gaskell
Further Considerations. Steane v. Steane
Re Burton ; Redman r. Burton Re The Continental Oxygen Co. Lim.; Re Piggott; Scholefield v. Bell.
Ellis v. The Continental Oxygen Co.Lim.
Before Mr. Justice KEKEWICH.
Causes for Trial with Witnesses. Tufnell v. Elliott
Chapman v. Devereux Maxim Nordenfelt, &c., Company Limited Foulis v. Baron De L'Isle and Dudley r. Anderson
London General Omnibus Company Freund v. Sewell
Limited v. Hines Marshall r. Tytherleigh
Blandy-Jenkins v. Earl of Dunraven Earl Howe v. Willis
Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited r. Chalk v. Gayton
Hall Brothers Re Bayard ; Lewis v. Bayard
Same v. Panctare Proof Pneumatic Tyre Mason and Mason Limited r. Robson Company Limited Jones Brothers and Co. v. J. Hallworth | Burton v. Jennings and Son
Fells v. Warburton Hancock . Hancock
Coleman . Bucks and Oxon Union Bank Re Robinson ; Brooke r. Kemp
Re Cragoe: Cragoe v. Cragoe
Newcombe v. Property and Estates ComCox v. Harrison
pany Limited Banfield v. Jonas
Wilson v. Aldwinckle
Groome v. Ricci
Devon and Cornwall Banking Company Wright. The Financial Association' Limited v. Honey Limited
Paul v. Paul Sunlight Incandescent Gas Lamp Com-Lock v. Marie Rose Gold Mining Co. Lim.
pany Limited v. Incandescent Gas Light Re Holt; Re Rollason ; Holt r. Holt Company Limited
Watts v. Hanslope Parish Council Barnes v. Haines
Cooley v. Holt Hoult v. Gleadowe
Re Howlett; Rose v. Forster Whitfield v. Whitfield, Hodgsons, and 'Jamieson and Co. v. Jamieson Brough Limited
Re Williams; Williams r. Barcroft Plant v. Bourne
Dean 1, Sercombe, Son, and Co. Jones e. Williams
White . Weston British Natural Premium Provident Fraser v. Mozambique Gold Mines Association Limited c. Bywater
Before Mr. Justice WILLIAMS.
International Commercial Company W. Brock and Son Limited
Meteor Incandescent Lighting Company Joseph Bull, Sons, and Co. Limited (pet. Limited (pet. of John Day and Co. of M. T. Shaw and Co.)
Limited) Glamorgan Central Permanent Benefit Gold Reefs of Western Australia Limited
Building Society (pet. of the Company) (pet. of G. E. D. Durnford) Industrial Securities Investment Company A. T. Frampton Limited Limited (pet. of E. A. Hamblyn)
West Australian (Gold District) Trading Bidasoa Railway and Mines Limited (pet. Corporation Limited (pet. of Bowes, of F. Thorn)
Scott, and Western Limited)
Yorkshire Banking Company Limited) West)
Guiana Ice Candelaria Waterworks and Milling Company Limited (pet. of Ade C. Bower) Company Limited (pet. of J. L. Whelen Gray and Gilbert Limited (pet. of A. W.J. and another)
Lake) Eastern Counties Bacon Factory Limited Financial Post Limited (pet. of J. Baker (pet. of Lalor and Kindersley)
and E. R. Watson) Otis Steel Company Limited (pet. of Howe Cycle and Sewing Machine Company Laura Relton)
Limited (pet. of K. M. Clark)
Morley and W. Glover).
Limited (pet. of P. J. Dunn and others) duced (pet. of Company) Goodwins, Jardine, and Co. Limited (pet. Société Vinicole de Turquie Limited (pet.
of the Industrial and General Trust of Company and Shareholders to rescind Limited)
resolutions) Louis Tussaud's New Exhibition Limited Montpellier Rotunda Company Limited
(pet. of the Midland Railway Company (pet. of Company) of Derby).
Manhanset Steamship Company Limited Moore Brothers and Co. Limited (pet. of (pet. of Company) Nicholson, Sons, and Daniels)
Palmarejo Mining Company Limited (pet. Anderson and Son Limited (pet. of of Company) Morgan Brothers)
Mexican Southern Railway Limited (pet. Alliance Contracting Company Limited of Company).
(Pet. of G. W. Grimwade)
Livingstone Syndicate Limited
Nottingham Mining Property (Barberton) Lands Allotment Company Limited
Watson and discox.
Stubber v T. Daniel and Co. Limited Same Matter
Same o. Same Asia Limited
Same v. Samo Odell Limited
Same v. Same.
Causes for Trial (with Witnesses).
T. C. and W. A. Orump Limited –T. C. and W. A. Crump Limited v. Van Den Bergh's Margarine Limited.
Before Mr. Justice ROMER.
Causes for Trial with Witnesses. Ogilvie r. Littleboy
Kersey v. Bexley Heath Railway Company Re Kemp-Welch; Aldridge v. Kemp-Welch Wimshurst, Höllick, and Co. Limited v. Reid . Reid
National Telephone Company Stapleton r. Lyles
Lewis v. Jones Caldwell r. Hydro-Oxygen Gas Patent Prust r. The Marie Rose Gold Mining Proprietary Limited
Company Limited Symons e. Wood
Stanley r. The Same Company
Re The Marie Rose Gold Mining Company Transferred by Order, dated June 30, 1896.
Limited and Companies Acts; Ex parte Ehrmann r. Ehrmann
Newman Ehrmann r. Ehrmann
Re Same; E.r parte W. J. Sloper Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited Re Same; Ex parte A. Voight Friswell
Re Same; E.r parte W. Skinner Walker r. Hebden
Re Same; Ex parte J. Cocking Paeumatic Tyre Company Limited r. Re Same; Ex parte J. E Paice Birney
Nasch's Patent Book Sewing Machine Same Standard Tyre Company Company Limited r. Vasch Limited
Re Turner; Barker c. Ivimey Re Weiners Limited and Companies Acts Winch v. Flight 1862 to 1890
Rymer v. McIlroy Woods
r. The Waitekauri Extended Menzies v. Addleshaw Limited
Roberts v. Honduras Government, &c., Defries v. Sherwood and Sons
Company Limited The Pneumatic Tyne Company Limited v. United Trust Company Limited v. Menzies Swift and Co.
Farr v. Hiscock London and County Banking Company Barritt v. Bryan, Donkin, and Co. Limited Limited v. Preston
Re Cotton ; Buckett v. Cotton Pneumatic Tyre Company Limited v Hicks 1. National Telephone Company Powell and Barstow
Limited Thunder v. Barnato Brothers
Inman o. Goss Hollings v. Hollings
Howells v. Williams Bletcher r. The Hatfield Chase Warping w. Clover Limited v. Clover and Improvement Company
Harris o. County Council of NorthamptonRe Roberts : Knight r. Roberts
shire Duncan and Cor. Greenhill
The Canadian and American Mortgage Smith v. Sykes
and Trust Company Limited v. Medzies Thomas r. Travis
Lancelotte v. Shepherd Irvine r. Tennant
Manchester Trust Limited r. Menzies.
For Argument. WORCESTERSHIRE–Reg. r. Mayor, &c., of LONDON—Reg. v. Camberwell Vestry: Er Worcester
parte Property and Estates Company LONDON-Reg. v. Kay; Ex parte Lee STAFFORDSHIRE (WEST BROMWICH) SURREY (GUILDFORD and GODALMING)— Bridge v. Woodward Cobbett and others v. Smith
WABWICKSHIRE (BIRMINGHAM) Parish YORKSHIRE (WEST RIDING)-Wetherby, and another v. Tomkinson &c., District Council v. Hewling
MIDDLESEX (WESTMINSTER)-Quinland r. LONDON—Reg. v. Lewisham Union; Er Mowlem and Co. parte Lewisham Board of Works GLAMORGANSHIRE (CARDIFF)-Broadbent YORKSHIRE (WEST RIDING) - Reg. . and Son r. Pedler and Sons (Pedler Keighley Orerseers
Brothers and Co., claimants) MIDDLESEX (WHITECHAPEL) – Verrent r. IPSWICH-Bramble », Lowe
London and India Docks Joint Com- SHEFFIELD-English v. Jackson mittee
SURREY (SOUTHWARK)-Gearon v. RunciLANCASHIRE (MANCHESTER) Birch 0.
man and Co. Gartside and Co. Limited
SURREY (FARNHAM and ALDERSHOT) ---SHEFFIELD-Morriss v. Howden
Shaw v. Lutman LONDON-Reg. v. Charity Commissioners; SURREY (LAMBETH)-Reg. c. the Judge of Ex parte London School Board
the Lambeth County Court and Wilson; LINCOLNSHIRE · Reg. v. Deeping Fon Ex parte falses, Trustom and Co.
Drainage Trustees; Ex parte Maples YORKSHIRE (BRADFORD)-Midland RailDURHAM-Reg. v. Durham County Coun- way Company o. Jabez Cole and Co.
cil; Ex parte Hebburn District Council KENT-Quinlan v. Evison SUFFOLK (LOWESTOFT)-Mayor, &c., of LONDON-CRANE v. The Tyne Steam ShipLowestoft o. Turner and others
ping Company Limited NORFOLK-Reg. v. Longe and others, JJ., KENT (GREENWICH)-Rush v. Adames and
and Cooke; Ex parte Great Eastern others Railway Company
MIDDLESEX (BLOOMSBURY) Brett LONDON-Watson for Board of Trade o. Rogers Dr. Jaeger's, &c., Co. Limited.
LOUTH--Manders v. Manders NORFOLK (GREAT YARMOUTH)-Woods r. MACCLESFIELD (CHESHIRE)--Reg. r. The O'Donnell
Registrar of Macclesfield County Court WILTSHIRE (WARMINSTER) — Temple r. and Boon and Wife; Ex parte Darlow
Warminster, &c., Council and ano, her SUSSEX (BRIGHTON)-Lamond v. Richard LONDON-Segrue Limited and another o. and others Loewenstein Mayor's Court
BRADFORD-Rhodes v. Raistrick LONDON-Dyer v. Southwark, &c., Pro- STAFFORDSHIRE — Reg. 0. Birmingham perty Association
Canal Company; Ex parte Earl of YORKSHIRE (LEEDS)—Verity and another Dudley 0. Weston
CORNWALL (REDRUTH)-Paull v. Bawden DORSETSHIRE (SHAFT ESBURY)-Rutter v. CORNWALL (REDRUTH)-Mayne v. Bawden Shaftesbury Union
HAMPSHIRE (PORTSMOUTH) Jones MIDDLESBOROUGH-Whickham v. Ashe German GLOUCESTERSHIRE (WINCHCOMBE)-Hard- GLAMORGANSHIRE (SWANSEA)—Sterens r. ing v. Smith
Jenkins and another YORKSHIRE (LEEDS) - Midland Railway PEMBROKESHIRE (PEMBROKE DOCK) Company v. McKay and Co.
Elsdon v. Way DERBYSHIRE-Vallancey v. Fletcher CAESAIRE-Reg. v. Justices for County of LONDON--Reg. v. JJ. of London; E.C Chester : Er parte Frost parte East London Waterworks Com- LONDON-Reg. v. Bird, Esq., and others pany
(Justices, &c.) and London County MIDDLESEX-Mountifeld v. Ward
Council; Ex parte Fulham Vestry GLOUCESTERSHIRE-Colchester, Wemyss CHESHIRE-Backhouse and another v. Lea
and Co. Gloucestershire County MIDDLESEX (SHOREDITCH) Tate r. Council
Latham and Son
YEOVIL-Southcombe r. Yeovil Union SALOP-Reg. v. Hayhurst and others, JJ.; METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-WestEr prerte machin
minster Union v. Buckle YORKSHIRE (WEST RIDING)-Reg. v. JJ. LONDON—McKenna v. Union Steamship
of West Riding of York; Ex parte Shaw Company
MIDDLESEX (WESTMINSTER)-Re Squier, WORCESTERSHIRE - Worcester County Creasy, and others
Council r. Worcester Poor Law Union LONDON—Reg. v. Company, &c., of River and others
Thames ; Er parte Gosling WARWICKSHIRE (BIRMINGHAM)-Moseley SOUTHAMPTON-Bursledon Overseers v. Wood
Summary of Chancery Cause List. Mr. Justice Chitty: Witness Actions, 88; Non-Witness Actions, including Summonses, 62; Further Considerations, 4–Total, 154.
Mr. Justice North: Witness Actions, 87; Non-Witness Actions, 4; Adjourned Summonses, 22; Further Considerations, 3–Total, 116.
Mr. Justice Stirling: Witness Actions, 110; Non-Witness Actions, including Summonses, 43; Further Considerations, 3—Total, 156.
Mr. Justice Kekewich: Witness Actions, 108; Non-Witness Actions, 3; Adjourned Summonses, 30; Further Considerations, Total, 145.
Mr. Justice Romer: Witness Actions-Actions transferred, 49—Total, 49.
N.B.-In addition to the above actions and matters for trial or hearing, the following Companies' (Winding-up) matters stand for hearing before Mr. Justice Vaughan Williams (sitting as an additional judge of the Chancery Division): Petitions, Companies (Winding-up), 27: Petitions, Chancery Division, 6; Court Summonses, Companies (Winding-up), 13; Court Summonses, Chancery Division, 4; Motions, Companies (Winding-up), 10; Motions, Chancery Division, 2; Causes for Trial, 2—Total, 64.
REVENUE PAPER. For Hearing-Causes by English Information. Attorney-General v. The Verderers of the Attorney-General c. Earl of Carlisle and New Forest and others
others Attorney-General . Newcomen (since Attorney-General v. Dodington deceased) and others
Attorney-General v. Brown.
Petition under “Finance Act 1894." Re Estate Duty chargeable on the death of the second Earl Cowley.
Cases Stated as to Stamp Duty and Income Tax. Mersey Docks and Harbour Board (appli- | J. and P. Coats Ltd. (applicants) and Com
cants) and the Commissioners of Ini ni missioners of Inland Revenue (resps.) Revenue (resps.)
Bray (surveyor of taxes, applicant) and
Queen's Bench Division.
The Ipswich and Stowmarket Naviga- The Mayor, &c., of Ashton-under-Lyne r.
tion and The East Suffolk County Council Pugh Younghusband o. Metropolitan District Williams and another v. The Mayor, &c., Railway Company.
of Manchester Re an Arbitration between Gubbins and Re an Arbitration between Naudszus and
another and The London and Blackwall another and Hausloh. Rail. Co. and The Great Eastern Rail. Co.
Divisional List.-Summary. Special Paper, 7; Opposed Motions, 8; Crown Paper, 71; Revenue, 25; Total, 111.
For Judgment. Murdoch and Cameron v. The Mayor, &c., of Bournemouth.
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division. PROBATE ACTIONS and MATRIMONIAL CAUSES to be Heard and Tried
at Hilary Sittings 1897. ABBREVIATIONS.—P. Probate-D. Dissolution of Marriage-J.S. Judicial Separation -N. Nullity-I. Issue--R.C.R. Restitution of Conjugal Rights—A. Act on Petition.
When preceded by “ H." suit brought by Husband, and “ W." suit brought by Wife.
A List of Causes in the order in which they are set down for Trial will be posted at the Registry, Somerset House, and Supplemental Lists will be printed from time to time.
Parties must be prepared to try their Causes ten days after the same have been set down for Trial.
[No.-PLTF.'s SOL.-PLT.-DEFT.-DEFT.'s SOL.]
For Argument. The Attorney-General r. Wright
Re an Arbitration between Fenner and Re a Solicitor; Ex parte Incorporated Law another and Lord Society
Re an Arbitration between Stephenson Ward r. Plymouth and Stonehouse Gas and The Mayor, &c., of Jarrow Light and Coke Company
Foley v. The Upper Stour Valley Main Re a Solicitor ; Ex parte Incorporated Sewerage Board Law Society
Re an Arbitration between Hall and Pool.
METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-Venner
Part-Heard Causes. Notice to be given at Court when Parties are ready to proceed with the further Hearing of these Causes. 1 H.D.-H. Kerby-Seekins v. Seekins and 3 W.D.--Indermaur and Brown-Depner Adams-F. Hatton for resp.
r. Denner-Philip H. Edwards 2 W.D. - Lloyd, George, and Co. 4 W.D. - Murr and Rusby-Everiss r. Rowlands
Rowlands R. Ereriss Jenkins
5 W.D.-H. Hocombe-Norton o. Norton.
YARROW-McInany r. Hildreth SURREY-Hawker. Dunn
Before the Court itself.--Undefended Divorce. 1 H.D. - Ford and Ford Dutton v. 35 W.D.-S. B. Wilson-Corfield v. Cor Dutton and Webber
field 2 H.D.-Collyer-Bristowe and Co.-Hitt 36 H.D.-J. E. and H. Scott-Wilson v. v. Hitt and Brier
Wilson and Smailes 3 W.D.-H. Pierron-Chiado v. Chiado
37 W.D.-Osborn and Osborn-Lewis v. + W.D. - Chester and Co. - Briggs v. Lewig-Lewis and Son Briggs
38 H.D.-Torr, Griffith, and Co.-Green5 W.D.-J. D. Langton-Jones v. Jones hill v. Grernhill 6 W.J.S.-T. W. Rossiter-Brown . 39 H.D.-Rowcliffes and Co.-Graves v. Brown-P. G. Robinson
Graves and Apcar 7 W.D.-Osborn and Osborn-Mackenzie 40 W.D.-Croft and Mortimer-Beeho v. v. Mackenzie-T. E. Lewin, jun.
Beeho 8 H.D.-Marshall and Marshall-Hall v. 41 W.D.-Kingsford, Dorman, and Co.Hull and Ourle
Johnson , Johnson 9 W.D.-Andrew Wood and Co.-Parker 42 H.D.-Farrer and Porter-Pearce r. v. Parker
Pearce and Curnow 10 H.D.-O. Rogers, Son, and Russell— 43 W.D.-H. Pouter-Evans r. Evans Howard v. Howard
44 W.D.-In person-Gillett v. Gillett 11 W.D.-Marshall and Pridham--Pad- 45 H.D.-R. Aylward-Cousins v. Cousins gett v. Padgett
and Strakosch 12 W.D.-Lumley and Lumley-Home v. 46 W.J.S.-E. S. Coulson-Tilt v. Tilt-In Home
person 13 H.D.--Pritchard and Song-Cobb r.
47 W.D.-F. F. Palmer-Hillen . Hillen Cobb
48 H.D.--Lydall and Sons-Watterson v. 14 H.D.-Steadman and Van Praagh- Watterson Dewge v. Dewse and Munks
19 W.D.-0. W. V. Stewart - Smith v. 15 H.D. - Vizard and Monk Smith
Smith-In person Hargrave t. Hargrave and Moore
50 H.D. - Burgesa, Cosens, and Co. 16 W.D. — A. Tickner Tattersfield
Newall 7. Newall and Platt Tattersfield
51 H.D.-T. J. Phipps-Ward v. Ward 17 W.D.--R. E. Campbell-Linklater v. and Walker Linklater
52 H.D.-Vandamm and Terry-Potter v. 18 W.D.-Godwin and Edwards-Plum v.
Potter and Manser Plum
53 H.D.--Brook, Freeman, and Batley19 H.D.-Ashurst, Morris, and Crisp- Miller v. Miller and Pickup Donaldson v. Donaldson and Greig
54 W.D.-Granville, Smith, and Co. 20 H.D. - Pearce and Sons -- Palmer u.
Kry v. Kay Palmer and Barnes
55 H.D.-Kingsford. Dorman, and Co.21 H.D.-R. A. Harding-Kilroy v. Kilrcy Copeland v. Copeland and Copeland and Tripp-Co-resp. In person
56 H.D.-In person-Akehurst 1. Ake22 H.D.-Field, Roscoe, and Co.--Jones r. hurst Jones and Watkins
57 H.D.--Ford and Ford-James v. James 23 W.D. -- B. W. Kemp - Schofield v. and Clarke Schofield
58 H.D.-T. A. Dennison and Co.-Dean 24 H.D.-T. R. Hargreaves-Edmondson
v. Dean and Porcher v. Edmondson and Leece
59 W.D.-H. D. Twynam Marriott r. 25 W.D.--Smith and Rydon-Randall v. Marriott Randall
60 U.D.-Greenwood and Greenwood26 H.D.-Field, Roscoe, and Co.-Kneen Brullau v. Brullau and Lloyd v. Kneen and Shaw
61 W.D.-W. Maskell-Byers v. Byers 27 H.D.-J. E. Clay--Floyd r. Floyd and 62 W.R.C.R. - D. Wade — Lightfoot v. Hayes
Lightfoot 28 W.D.-Hasties-Ross o. Ross
63 W.D. -- Bell, Brodrick, and Gray 29 W.D.-Syms and Song - Parkyn r. Dillon v. Dillon Parkyn
64 H.D-Indermaur and Brown-Swiner30 H.D.-In person-Wills v. Wills and
ton v. Swinerton Woolf Yates
65 W.D-C. J.Law Wilson-Gowlland r. 31 W.D.-Futroye, Field, and Baker -- Gowlland
Edwards r. Edwards--Resp. in person 66 H.D.-J. E. H, Scott -Harlando. 32 W.D.-Rowcliffes and Co.-Harris v. Harland Harris-Torr and Co.
67 H.D.-Field, Roscoe, and Co.-Wall v. 33 W.D.--Saunders and Co.--Golder v. Wall and Harper Golder
68 H.D.-F. Freke Palmer-Hook v. Hook 34 W.D.-Langlois and Co.--Spencer v. and Meyrick. Spencer-Cooper and Co.
Special Juries. 1 P.-H. Seely-Lee (deceased); Lee v. maur and Brown for resp.; Baker and Campbell (by her guardian, and others
Co. for co-resp. Ilderton; Indermaur cited) - White, Borrett, and Co. for and Brown for co-resp. Palmer defendant and party cited ; Official 9 W.D.--Withers and Withers--Smith r. Solicitor for other parties cited
Smith-Andrew Wood and Co. 2 H.D.--Renshaw, Kekewich, and Smith 10 H.D.-Field, Roscoe, and Co.-Ockford -Neame v. Neame and Ellison-Lewis
v. Ockford and Lee (stayed for costs) and Lewis
Vallance and Vallance ; Douglas Nor3 W.D.-Lewis and Lewis - Cowley '. man and Co. for co-resp.
Cowley (Charrington intervening)- 11 H.D.-Day, Russell, and Co.-Webb r. Wontner and Sons; Boxall for inter- Webb and Protheroe-Preston, Stow, vener
and Preston 4 W.J.S.--Thorogood and Co.-Abdy v. 12 P,
Angove and Co. – Coningham Abdy-Black and Moss
(deceased); Browning v. Mostyn and 5 P.-S. F. Taylor - Coke (deceased): others (Plummer intervening)-Mason
Coke 0. French and another (and and Co. and Young and Co. for defenothers cited) - Stibbard, Gibson, and dants; Angove and Co. for intervener Co.: A. L. Salmond for parties 13 P. – Budd and
(deceased); Macdougall v. Macdougall6 W.D.-A. F. V. Wild-Ferris v. Ferris Hores and Pattison
-T. L. Yates. H.D.-T. L. Yates-'14 P.-H. J. Lewis–Teixeira (deceased); Ferris v. Ferris and Absom-A. F. V. Triscott v. Hill and another-Preston, Wild for resp. and co-resp.
Stow, and Preston 7 W.D.--Ridsdale and Son-Cunningham 15 H.D.-W. Cooper-Caddy 0. Caddy v. Cunningham-Torr and Co.
and Rudder---R. Smith and Sons SD.-M. S. Rubenstein Parsons 16 U.D.-Kebbell and Miller-Hess
Parsons, Ilderton, and Palmer-Inder-1 Hess and Tankard-J. Hill,
17 W.D.-Field. Roscoe, and Co.-Knight | 35 H.D.-Bell, Steward, and Co.-Davies v. Knight-Wilson, Wallis, and Co.
+, Davies and Stewart Foss and 18 W.J.S. -0. and Woodroofe - Ledsam
Templeton v. Templeton-Kingsbury 36 P.-Hare and Co.-Parker (deceased); and Turner
Wilkinson 0. Eastwood Pritchard, 19 P.-Ruston and Co.-Chamberlain Englefield, and Co.
(deceased): Gooch and another 37 P.-Walker, Son, and Field-Billing
Cooper-Ward, Perks, and M.Kay ham (deceased); Billingham v. Billing20 P.-WilsonWallis, and Co.-Cud- ham-O. Robinson and Oo.
worth (deceased); Cudworth v. Hayward 38 H.D.-W. W. Stikeman-Lucas v. and another-Geare, Son, and Co.
Lucas and Lyons — Haddon, Wood21 H.J.S.-L. A. T. Margetts-Wren r. ward, and McLeod; R. H. Blyth for coWren-H. Morris
resp. 22 W.D.-Lewis and Lewis-Cropper v. 39 W.J.S.-Griffith and Gardiner-Teale Cropper-Hughes v. Masterman
v. Teale-Field, Roscoe, and Co. 23 H D.-Lyne and Roper - Dering v. 40 P. Quayle and Drury Philips
Dering and James (Queen's Proctor (deceased) ; Philips D. Philips and showing cause)
others (by their guardian) - C. H. 24 W.D.-E. Le Voi-De Jacobowitz v. Talbot De Jacobowitz-In person
41 H.D. — Brash Wheeler and Co. 25 W.D.-John Hill-White v. White- Maclean v. Maclean and Bell—Bramall, P. C. Ray
White, and Co. 26 W.D.-Vincent and Vincent-Smith v. 42 H.D. —Thorold, Brodie, and Co.-KenSmith-Hamlin and Co.
nett Dawson •. Kennett Dawson and 27 H.D.---Meredith and Co.-Cooke Watt Williams and Crichton-McKenna
Cooke and Hall--Hamlin, Grammer, and Co. for resp.; Keeping and Gloag and Co.
for co-resp. Crichton 28 H.D.-Clarke and Blundell-Walker r. 43 H.D.-F. Freke Palmer — Bailey r.
Walker and Lawson-Gibson, Weldon, Bailey and Edhouse-M. M. Forbes for and Co.
resp. 29 H.D.--Taylor, Hoare, and Pilcher--44 W.D.-J. Greenfield Tremlett +.
Tatler 0. Tatler and Bailey (Queen's Tremlett (Mills cited) Osborn and Proctor showing cause)
Osborn for resp. ; A. J. Evans for party 30 W.D. – H. J. Sidney - Barnard r.
cited Barnard-W. H. Armstrong
44 P.-Burton, Yates, and Hart-Law31 P. -- Skipper and Tucker Pitcairn rence (deceased), Phipps v. Phipps and (deceased); Pitcairn v. Pitcairn
others - Finney, Thomas, and Co.: P. - Wrentmore
Son-Jones Woodcock and Co. for defendants (deceased); Davis Joneg-Daniel 45 W.D.-A. M. Griffith Williams--Smith Jones
v. Smith--W. P. Neal 33 P.-Robbins, Billing, and Co.-Hartley 46 H.D.-Worthington. Evans, and Co.
(deceased); Heywood r. Hartley-Busk Baker v. Baker and Rowbotham-E. F. and Mellor
Johnstone for resp. 34 H D.--Henry Ikin---Bulmer o. Bulmer 47 W.J.S.-W. H. Martin and Co.-Virgo and Hayhurst-Burn and Berridge 0. Virgo-Grant, Bulcraig, and Co.
Common Juries. 1 W.J.S.-Dixon, Weld, and Dixon-Bur-is H.D.-Fred. Kent and Co.-Morgan v.
nup v. Burnup-Campbell, Reeves, and Morgan and Willett, otherwise MatCo.
thews (stayed costs)-Holt, Beever, and 2 H.D.-Frank Cherry Lawrence Co. for co-resp.
Lawrence and Rhodes-Howard and 9 P.-F. F. Payne-Butler (deceased); Fenner for co-resp.
Hazard v. Butler-Dod, Longstaffe, and 3 H.D.-Dix and "Warlow - Coutts
Co. 4 H.D.-Francis Greenep---Arbuthnoto. Webster v. Webster and Gay
Arbuthnot and Rowland (stayed for 11 H.D.--Napoleon Argles and Co. costs) - E. Hughes Sidney for co- Healing v. Healing and Healing-N.
Pumfrey for resp. and co-resp. 5 H.D.-Wetherfleld and Co.-Moss 0. 12 W.D.-G. F. Gray-Cohen v. CohenMoss and Jenkins
J. E. Harris 6 H.D.-J. A. Parkes-Bale v. Bale and 13 H.D.-C. R. Enerver-Newby v. Newby
O'Gorman (stayed for costs)-W. H. and White-Smith and Gofton for resp. Armstrong for resp. and co-resp.
and co-resp. 7 H.D.-Spencer, Cridland. and Co.-Cat- 14 H.D.--Peacock and Goddard-Philips
ton n. Catton and Waring, otherwise v. Philips and Leith-Ellis and Co, for Montesca (stayed security) - C. resp.; Bower, Cotton, and Co. for co-resp. Trevor, Paddison, and Co. for CO- 15 H.D.-Syms and Son-Sidney v. Sidney resp.
and Turner-Preston, Stow, and Preston,
Before the Court itself.--Probate and Defended Divorce. 1 W.D.-W. Hicks-Hanbury . Hanbury bert; Van Sandau and Co. for parties - In person
cited 2 W.J.S. - Hicklin, Washington, and 10 H.N.-Nash, Field, and Co.-Holder e.
Passmore-Player v. Player-Thomas. Holder (otherwise Foster) (in camera)Dyson, and Smith
Sismey and Sismey 3 W.J.S.-Lumley and Lumley-Brodrick 11 H.D.-Howard and Shelton--Shore ».
0. Brodrick-Robbins, Billing, and Co. Shore, Davidson, and Wall - W. S. 4 W.J.S. - Stibbard, Gibson, and Co.- Fiske ; J. and R. Gole for co-resp. Hargan v. Hargan-c. Turner
Davidson 5 P.-A. W. Mills - House (deceased); 12 R.O.R.N.-Hartcup. Davis, and Cob
House and others r. House and another bold-Bartleman 1. Bartleman-Bartle(by guardian) (stayed, commission)- man v. Bartleman (otherwise Truby) Chamberlayne and Short
Marshall and Haslip 6 W.D.--Wynne, Holme, and Wynne- 13 P.-E. R. Keele--Seager (deceased);
Brooke v. Brooke-Walker, Son, and Seager and another v. Seager and Field
another--Kingsford and Co. 7 H.D.-Gadsden and Treherne-Burns 14 H.D-W. Helliwell-Kilner v. Kilner
1. Burns (stayed, commission)-Lewis and Hardisty--Ullithorne and Co. and Lewis
15 P.-J. Robinson–Mendel (deceased); 8 W.D.-Mackrell and Co.-Goodyer v. Stonebam r. Tod Naylor (Mendel and Goodyer-Judge and Priestley
another cited)-Williamson, Hill, and P.-Busk and Mellor-Lill (deceased): Co. Baldwin r. Pilling and another-Row- 16 P.-All Jonas-Huntv. Hunt-Mackrell cliffes and Co.; Whitaker and Wool- and Ward
PROBATE ACTIONS and MATRIMONIAL CAUSES standing over by consent
or otherwise, or stayed by order. To be replaced in the List of Causes for Hearing on the Petitioner giving Ten Days' Notice in writing to the other parties for whom an appearance has been entered, and filing a Copy of such Notice in the Registry.
[No.-PET.'s SOL.-PET.-RESP.—RESP.'s SOL.] 1 H.D. - J. P. Chadwick - Burrows . 16 H.D.-F. F Palmer-Willicombe 0.
Burrows and Normington (order Willicombe and Twyman (security defended)-Andrew Wood and Co. for defended)-H. Pierson resp. and co-resp
17 H.D.-Hare and Co. - Earnshaw r. 2 W.D.-Hood-Barrs and Co.--Self v. Self Earnshaw and Martindale (stand till 3 W.D.-Stoneham and Son-Muldowny application)
r. Muldowny (order defended)--Saxelby 18 H.J.S.-A. C. Derham--Brown and Faulkner
Brown 4 H.D. - Ward, Perks, and McKay 19 W.J.S.-Hulberts and Co.-Mackay
Rose v. Rose and White (costs defended) r. Mackay-G. B. Wheeler
Walker 1. Walker (stand till applica5 H.D. - Robert Jenkins--Dunn r. Dunn tion)-Rowcliffes and Co.
and Gee (costs defended)-L. W. Byrne 21 W.J.S.-P. Braby Scorza v. Scorza for resp.
(stayed)-Bolton and Co. Micha elmas 1895.
22 W.J.S. — Fraser and Christian 6 W.J.S. · Bell, Brodrick, and Gray Knowles v. Knowles-B. T. Storr
Harisen v. Hansen (order defended)- 23 W.D.-Firth and Co.-Bonus (otherDowning, Holman, and Co.
wire Taylor) Bonus (otherwise 7 W.R.C.R.-Forth and Co.-Phillips r. Taylor) (security defended)--Smith and
Phillips (order undefended)—T. Benham Gofton S H.D.-C. Robinson and Co.--Bird . 24 H.D.-Schulz and Son-Lewis r. Lewis
Bird and Judkins (costs defended)- and Taylor (security defended)-Bower Lewis and Lewis for resp. and co-resp.
and Cotton 9 W.D.-J. T. Rossiter - Scott v. Scott 25 H.D.--Oswald, Hanson, and Co.-Tuck
(order defended)-Prince and Plumridge r. Tuck and Eyres (costs defended) 10 W.D.-Asprey and Harris - Potter v. S. A. Walker
Potter (commission)-Smiles and Co. 26 W.J.S.-Smith, Fordon, and Low11 H.D.-E. Clark-Court v. Court and Atherton 0. Atherton-Crossman and
Harris (costs C.J.)---0. S. Stewart for Pritchard resp. ; Law and Co. for co-resp.
27 W.R.C.R. — C. G. Algar— Muller r. 12 U.D.-H. Aappold-Brady v. Brady and Muller-Paterson and Sons Johnston (order C.J.)
28 W.J.S. — Preston, Stow, and Co.13 W.J.S.-A. A. Cubison-Phillips r. Nicolson Nicolson Beale and
Phillips (order defended) - Carr and Co.
29 W.D.-Tyrell, Lewis, and Co.--Cowans 14 W.J.S.-Norris. Allens, and Chapman v. Cowans (consent C.J.)-Pennington
--St. Ruth v. St. Ruth (order undefended) and Son
30 H.D.-Nicholson, Graham, and Co.15 W.R.O.R. -T. D. Dutton-Carter Stokes r. Stokes and Claybrook (C.J.)
Carter (security defended) -- E. T. A. D. Smith and Eldridge for resp, and Ricketts
31 W.J.S.-J. T. Rossiter-Vincent r.
Michaelmas 1896. Vincent (security defended)-Kennedy, 35 W.D.-R. White-Fox r. Fox Hughes, and Co.
36 W.J.S.--Withers and Withers-Farrell 32 W.D.-Willis Shaw - Turnpenny v. v. Farrell (S.J.)-Morley. Sheriff, and Co.
Turnpenny (consent defended)-W. J. 37 H.D.-T. H. Philpots-Nokes v. Nokes Collins
and Golding $3 H.D.-Bolton and Co.-Williams r.
38 A.-Lawrence and Son-Christian o. Williams and Pocock (security defended)
Christian-G. G. Leader -Greenwood and Greenwood
39 W.J.S.-Upton and Britten-Green v. 34 H.N.-Holdsworth and Payne-Plow- Green-G. Bell and Co.
den v. Plowden (otherwise Eckersley).
COURT OF APPEAL, AND HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE (CHAN.
CERY DIVISION).-HILARY SITTINGS 1897. ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE WEEK ENDING
JAN. 16. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. Friday. Saturday, APPEALOT.II, Pemberton Ward Pemberton Ward ...... Pemberton Ward CHITTY, J. ... Carrington Jackson ... Carrington Jackson ... Carrington Jackson NORTH, J. ... Godfrey Rolt Godfrey Rolt Godfrey Rolt STIRLING, J.. Beal Farmer Rolt
Farmer Farmer Farmer KEKEWICH,J. Lavie Pugh Lavie Pugh Lavie Pugh ROMER, J. Leach
Leach Beal ......... Leach Beal.
Professional Partnerships Dissolved.
GAZETTE, JAN. 1. PARKINSON, JOAN CHARLES, and HESS, JOSEPA, solicitors, Liverpool. Dec. 31, 1896, Debts by J. C. Parkinson, who will continue the practice.
GAZETTE, JAN. 5. BATTAMS, Joax, and TYLER, JACOB, solicitors, 23, Rood-la, Fenchurch-st; under style
of Carr and Son. Dec. 31, 1896. Debts by J. Tyler, who will in future practis e alone, at the offices of the late partnership, under style of Carr, Tyler, and Co. J. Battams will in future practise alone in his own name, in a separate office at
23, Rood-la, E.C. KILLICK, HENRY FISON; VINT, CHARLES JOHN; PARKINSON, ARTHUR TETLEY; and
HILL, FRANK HERBERT, solicitors, Bradford, Yorks; under style of Killick, Hutton, and Vint; so far as regards H. F. Killick. C. J. Vint, A. T. Parkinson, and F. H. Hill will in future carry on the practice in partnership with Henry Killick, under same style as heretofore, by whom all debts of the late firm will be
received and paid. TURNBULL, HENRY, and MOODY, JOHN HENRY, solicitors, Scarborough. Dec. 31, 1896.
Debts by H. Turnbull.
CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES.WINTER ASSIZES, 1897. NOTICE. - In cases where no date in parentheses is appended to the names of the Circuit towns both civil and criminal business must be ready to be taken on the first working day: in other cases the date in parentheses appended to the name of the Circuit town indicates the date before which civil business will not be taken. In the case of Circuit towns to which two Judges go there will be no alteration in the old practice.
NORTH-EASTERN (Lord Russell, C.J. and Bruce, J.).—Newcastle (2), Friday, Feb. 19; Durham (2), Friday, Feb. 26 ; York (2), Friday, March 5; Leeds (2), Wednesday, March 10. End Thursday, March 24.
MIDLAND (Pollock, B. and Charles, J.).—Aylesbury, Saturday, Jan. 30 ; Bedford, Wednesday, Feb. 3 ; Northampton, Saturday, Feb. 6; Oakham and Leicester, Wednesday, Feb. 10 (Saturday, Feb. 13); Lincoln, Wednesday, Feb. 17 (Saturday. Feb. 20); Derby, Wednesday, Feb. 24; Nottingham (2), Tuesday, March 2; Warwick, Monday, March 8; Birmingham (2), Saturday, March 13. End Thursday, March 24.
OXFORD (Day and Wright, JJ.).-- Dates not yet fixed.
HOME (Mathew, J.).--Maidstone, Wednesday, Jan. 20 (Monday, Jan. 25); Guildford, Wednesday, Jan. 27.
WESTERN (Mathew and Williams, JJ.).-Devizes, Monday, Jan. 11; Dorchester, Friday, Jan. 15; Taunton, Tuesday, Jan. 19 (Friday, Jan. 22); Bodmin, Monday. Jan. 25; Exeter (2), Saturday, Jan. 30; Winchester (2), Friday, Feb. 5; Bristol (2), Friday, Feb. 12. End Saturday, Feb. 27. Mathew, J. will not join the circuit until Exeter is reached.
SOUTH-EASTERN (Cave, J.).--Huntingdon, Monday, Jan. 11; Cambridge, Wednesday, Jan. 13 (Friday, Jan. 15); Ipswich, Monday, Jan. 18 (Wednesday, Feb. 20); Norwich, Saturday, Jan. 23 (Tuesday, Jan. 26); Chelmsford, Monday, Feb. 1; Hertford, Saturday, Feb. 6; Lewes, Wednesday, Feb. 10. End Monday, Feb. 22.
NORTH WALES, CHESTER, AND GLAMORGAN (Grantham, J.).--Welshpool, Monday, Jan. 11; Dolgelly, Wednesday, Jan. 13; Carnarvon, Friday, Jan. 15; Beaumaris, Thursday, Jan. 21 ; Ruthin, Saturday, Jan. 23; Mold, Wednesday, Jan. 27; Chester (2), Saturday, Jan. 30 ; Cardiff (2), Friday, Feb. 5. End Wednesday, Feb. 17.
SOUTH WALES AND CHESTER (Lawrance, J.).--Haverfordwest, Saturday, Jan. 16; Lampeter, Tuesday, Jan. 19; Carmarthen, Thursday, Jan. 21; Brecon, Tuesday, Jan. 26; Presteign, Thursday, Jan. 28; Chester (2), Saturday, Jan. 30 ; Cardiff (2), Friday, Feb. 5. End Wednesday, Feb. 17.
NORTHERN (Collins and Kennedy, JJ.).—Appleby, Wednesday, Feb. 10 ; Carlisle, Friday, Feb. 12 ; Lancaster, Wednesday, Feb. 17; Manchester (2), Monday, Feb. 22 ; Liverpool (2), Wednesday, March 10. End Thursday, March 24.
Hawkins and Wills, JJ. will remain in town during the whole of the circuits ; the other judges till their respective commission days.
HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.—QUEEN'S BENCH
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GAZETTE, JAN. 1. To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. ADDERLEY, FREDERICK CECIL, The Facade, Bream's-bldgs, and Mitre-ct, Temple,
secretary to a doll's house syndicate. Pet. Dec. 17. Order, Dec. 29. AMERY, WILLIAM THOMAS, and AMERY, THOMAS JANES (trading as George Amery
and Sons), Seymour-pl, Bryanston-sq, coachbuilders. Pet. Dec. 29. Oider
Dec. 29. BANNERMAN, MARK ALFRED (trading as M. Bannerman and Co), late Leadenhall-st,
sponge mercbant. Pet. Dec. 7. Order, Dec. 29. BIRD, ALFRED, White Horse-st, Stepney, cheesemonger. Pet. Dec. 28. Order,
Dec. 28. CLAYTON, THOMAS WILLIAM, Borough Market, Southwark, market gardener. Pet.
Dec. 28. Order, Dec. 28. Nort, JOHN GEORGE LATHAM PLEYDELL, late Coventry-st, Piccadilly, captain in the
auxiliary forces. Pet. Dec. 3. Order, Dec. 30. PIMBURY, E. F. HASTINGS, late Finsbury-pavement, woollen agent. Pet. Dec. 15.
Order, Dec. 30. RAPER, MARY JANE, Trebovir-rd, Earl's Court, widow. Pet. Dec. 8. Order, Dec. 30.
To surrender at their respective District Courts. BROSTER JOEN, Neston, farmer. Ct. Birkenhend. Pet. Dec. 29. Order, Dec. 29. BRUCE, EDWARD MAUNSELL, Abbey Holme, late of the 6th Inniskilling Dragoons.
Ct. Cheltenham. Pet. Dec. 18. Order, Dec. 30. BURBY, Elias, "late Leeds, furniture dealer. Ct. Leeds Pet. Dec. 30. Order,
Dec. 30. BRUMBY, ELLERBY, late Wigan, journeyman joiner, Ct. Liverpool. Pet. Dec. 30.
Order, Dec. 30. BILLING, TIMOTHY, Southsea, butcher. Ct. Portsmouth, Pet. Dec. 30. Order,
Dec. 30. DALLAS, JAMES, late Durham, innkeeper. Ct. Durham. Pet. Dec. 12. Order,
Dec, 30. DARTON, CHARLES, Gosmore, wood dealer. Ct. Luton. Pet. Dec. 30. Order,
Dec. 30. EDWARDS, THOMAS, Lye, late innkeeper. Ct. Stourbridge. Pet. Dec. 10. Order,
Dec. 10. GULLIVER, SARAH ELIZABETH MARCHANT, Ealing, a member of Gulliver's Orienta
Advertising Company, schoolmistress, widow. Ct. Brentford. Pet. Dec. 1. Order,
Dec. 29. GUNBY, HENRY ARTHUR, Leicester, furniture dealer. Ct. Leicester. Pet. Dec. 29.
Order, Dec. 29. GORHAM, ALFRED, late Marden, baker. Ct. Maidstone. Pet. Dec. 29. Order,
Dec. 29. GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM, Wrexham, seedsman. Ct. Wrexham. Pet. Dec. 21. Order,
Dec. 30. HUTCHINSON, JOB, Morley, coal merchant. Ct. Dewsbury. Pet. Dec. 30. Order,
Dec. 30. HARRIS, PHILIP. Leeds, schoolmaster. Ct. Leeds. Pet. Dec. 29. Order. Dec. 29. KIRKPATRICK, JOHN HARRY, late Denton, licensed victualler. Ct. Ashton-under
Lyne and Stalybridge. Pet. Dec. 30. Order, Dec. 80. KENDRICK, JOHN ADAMS, Chester, bill poster. Ct. Chester. Pet. Dec. 29. Order,
Dec. 29. NORRIS, MARY SARAH MERCHANT, Ealing, a member of Gulliver's Oriental
Advertising Company, spinster. Ct. Brentford. Pet. Dec, 29. Order, Dec. 29. PEARCE, WILLIAM GARIBALDI, Chiswick, bootmaker. Ct. Brentford. Pet. Dec. 20.
Order, Dec. 29. PARKIN, HENRY SAMUEL, Ripon, cabinetmaker. Ct. Northallerton. Pet. Dec. 24.
Order, Dec. 24. Rich, WILLIAM JAMES RATTENBURY (carrying on business as Georgina Mary Rich),
Devonport, late lodging-house keeper. Ct. Plymouth and East Stonehouse. Pet.
Dec. 29. Order, Dec. 29. Ross, SAMUEL, Scarborough, grocer. Ct. Scarborough. Pet. Dec. 80. Order,
Dec. 30. STOCKDAL“, JOE, Huddersfield, bootmaker. Ct. Huddersfield. Pet. Dec. 22. Order,
Dec. 22. TROWER, WILLIAM, Stoke Newington, corn dealer's assistant. Ct. Edmonton, Pet
Dec. 29. Order, Dec. 29. TIPPING, PATRICK, late Bolton, greengrocer. Ct. Bolton. Pet. Dec. 29. Order,
Dec, 29. WILSON, GEORGE WILLIAM (trading as G. W. Wilson and M. Hodgson), late
Bradford, Yorks, confectioner. Ct. Bradford. Pet. Dec. 29. Order. Dec. 29. The following amended notice, so far as it relates to the number of matter, is substituted for
that published in the Gazette of Dec. 25. ANSTEY, ROBERT, late Bristol, grocer. Ct. Bristol. Pet. Dec. 21. Order, Dec. 21.
A to F. All applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to Master Pollock are to be made returnable before him in his own Room, No. 173, at 11.30 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
G to N. All applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to Master Walton are to be made returnable before him in his own Room, No. 175, at 11.30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
O to Z. All applications by summons or otherwise in actions assigned to Master Archibald are to be made returnable before him in his own Room, No. 109, at 11.30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
The parties are to meet in the ante-room of Masters' Chambers, and the summonses will be inserted in the printed list for the day after the summonses to be heard before the master sitting in chambers, and will be called over by the attendant on the respective rooms for a first and second time at 11.30, and will be dealt with by the master in the same manrer as if they were returnable at chambers.
BY ORDER OF THE MASTERS.