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Richard Couch. Record received, Oct. 15, 1894. Set down for hearing, Nov. 27, 1896. Subject: Construction of a will and codicil. Solicitors : for the appellant, James T. Withers; for the respondent, T. L. Wilson and Co. ; James T.

Withers. The “Mary" Tug Company Limited r. The British India Steam Navigation Company

Limited (Rangoon). Heard Feb. 23, 1897; present: Lords Watson and Davey, Sir Richard Couch, and Sir Francis Jeune. Record received. July 7, 1896. Set down for hear!ng, Jan. 15, 1897. Subject: Collision. Solicitors: for the appellant, Lattey and Hart; for the respondent, Waltons, Johnson, Bubb, and

Whatton. Ram Autar and others v. Raja Muhammad Mumtav Ali Khan (Oudh). Heard Feb. 24,

1897; present: Lords Watson, Hobhouse, and Davey, and Sir Richard Couch. Record received, May 27, 1895. Set down for hearing. Dec. 10, 1896. Subject. Claim for sub-rettlement and possession of a village. Solicitors: for the appellant,

Walker and Rowe; for the respondent, T. L. Wilson and Oo. Fala Mahomed Jefferbhoy and another v. Dame Janbai (Bombay). Heard March 4,

1897; present ; Lords Watson, Hobhouse, and Davey, and Sir Richard Couch. Record received, Oct. 28, 1895. Set down for hearing, Dec. 17, 1896. Subject: Validity of certain codicils to a will. Solicitors : for the appellant, Brown,

Ringrose, and Lightbody; for the respondent, Payne and Lattey. Sri Raja Viravara Thodhramal Rajyalakslimi Devi v. Sri Raja Viravara Thodhramal

Suryanarayana D. B.Garu (Madras). Heard March 5, 1897; present: Lords Watson, Hobhouse, and Davey, and Sir Richard Couch. Record received, Aug. 26, 1895. Set down for hearing, Dec. 21, 1886. Subject: Title to one moiety of a zemindary. Solicitors : for the appellant, Solicitor India Omce; for the respondent, Lawford, Waterhouse, and Lawford.

REASONS FOR REPORT. Brown ». The Attorney-General for New Zealand (New Zealand). Heard Feb. 5,

1897; present: The Lord Chancellor, Lords Watson, Hobhouse, and Davey, and Sir Richard Couch. Record received, Nov. 28, 1896. Set down for hearing, Feb. 15, 1897. Subject: Whether a wife accused of crime can set up excuse of marital compulsion.-Criminal Code. 1893, s. 24. Solicitors : for the appellant, Royle and Co.; for the respondent, Mackrell, Maton, and Co.

COUNTY COURT FEES UNDER THE STANNARIES

COURT (ABOLITION) ACT 1896. Notice is hereby given, in pursuance of sect. 1 (i.) of “The Rules Publi. cation Act 1893,” that the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, with the concurrence of the Lord Chancellor, propose to make an Order under the powers given them by sect. 165 of “The County Courts Act 1888," as to the fees to be paid on proceedings in County Courts under " the Stannaries Court (Abolition) Act 1896,” and that copies of the Draft Order may be obtained from the Superintendent of the County Court Department of the Treasury, Whitehall, London; and further, that their Lordships, with the Lord Chancellor's concurrence, have directed that such Draft Order shall come into operation as from the 2nd March 1897, as a provisional order, and shall continue in force until such date as it is made in pursuance of sect. (1.) 2 of "the Rules Publication Act 1893."

March 5, 1897.

COURT OF APPEAL, AND HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE (CHAN

CERY DIVISION).-Hilary SITTINGS 1897. ROTA OF REGISTRARS IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE WEEK ENDING

MARCH 20. Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday. Friday. Saturday. APPEALOT. II. Beal ......... Leach ...... Beal.. Leach Beal.......... Leach NORTH, J...... Jackson ... Carrington Jackson ... Carrington Jackson ... Carrington STIRLING, J. Pugh Lavie Pugh Lavie Pugh Lavie KEKEWICH, J. King Farmer King Farmer King Farmer ROMER, J....... Godfrey

Godfrey Rolt ......... Godfrey Rolt BYRNE, J....... Pemberton Ward Pemberton Ward Pemberton ard

Rolt .....

SPECIAL REFERENCE (for judgment). Subject: Petitions of The Mercers' Company and of the Governing Body of St. Paul's

School, London, against a scheme framed by the Charity Commissioners in relation to St. Paul's School under the Endowed Schools Acts. Heard June 23, 1896; present: The Lord Chancellor, Lords Herschell. Watson, Hobhouse, Macnaghten, Morris, and Darey, and Sir Richard Couch. Petitions lodged, Nov. 29, 1894. Solicitors: pet., Freshfields and Williams; opp., Farrer and Co.

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HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.—QUEEN'S BENCH DIVISION.

HILARY SITTINGS, 1897.

ADDENDA TO THE CROWN PAPER. WARWICKSHIRE (BIRMINGHAM)-Cale v. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (NORTHAMPTON)James

Brawn v. Revitt BRISTOL-Duncan r. Dowding and others CHESHIRE (BIRKENHEAD) — Mainwaring OLDHAM-Sharp v. Ward

and others v. Barnes MIDDLESEX (SHOREDITCH) Tate DEVONSHIRE (TAVISTOCK) - Ritchie v. Latham and Son

Knowles MIDDLESEX (MARYLEBONE)-Hay and Co. MIDDLESEX (SHOREDITCH)-London Credit

v. Webster (E. L. Webster, claimant) Syndicate Company V. Tolmie and CUMBERLAND-Reg. v. Maror, &c., of another (Fairhead, claimant)

Carlisle and Treasurer of that City SURREY (SOUTHWARK)-Pratt v. SouthMIDDLESEX (WESTMINSTER)-Roberts and Eastern Railway Company another v. Whettam

LANCASHIRE (ULVERSTON and BARROW) LEICESTERSHIRE (LEICESTER) - Salmon -Garnett v. Cumberlend, &c., Building

and another v. Cooper and another Society SAME-The Midland Railway Company v WARWICKSHIRE (BIRMINGHAM–Midland Saulsbury

Perambulator, &c., Company v. Boustleld YORKSHIRE (LEEDS)-Walker and another LANCASHIRE (COLNE)-Foulds v. Garnett . Thorpe

SCRREY (SOUTHWARK)-Smith and Eves SURREY (CAMBERWELL)-Curd v. Turle r. Conreich CANTERBURY-St. Olave's Union u. METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-Reg. v. Canterbury Union

Bennett, Esq., Metropolitan Police MIDDLESEX (BROMPTON) Griffiths V. Magistrate, and Yates (Ex parte Motture) Vestry of Fulham

SURKEY (WANDSWORTH)--Conroy v. PeaGLOUCESTERSHIRE - Reg.

Clerk of cock Assize, Oxford Circuit (Er parte Daniel NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (NOTTINGHAM)—Norand another)

ton v'. Roo SAME-Reg. v. Same (Er parte Free) MIDDLESEX (MARYLEBONE)–Richards s, DURHAM--Reg. v. A. H. Judge Turner Dunn and Hodgson

MIDDLESEX (BROMPTON)-Gathercole v. BRECONSHIRE-Reg. v. Filgate

London Exhibitions Limited LONDON-Elliott r. General Steam Navi- NORTIUMBERLAND (HEXHAM)-Watson v. gation Company

Clarke LONDON—Reg. o. Alderman Knight and MANCHESTER—Derbyshire v. Houliston another

SUFFOLK (STOW MARKET)-Suffolk Lunatic MIDDLESEX (BOW)- Barrow, Lane, and Asylum Committee u. Stow Union Ballard v. Cohen

Guardians DERBYSHIRE-Sandys v. Simpson

BIRMINGHAM-James v. Joseph Evans and KENT - Simmons v. Malling District Co. Limited Council

GLAMORGANSHIRE-Richards v. The Queen METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-Gold- LONDON—Reg. r. Council of Medical stein r. Vaughan

Education, &c. (Er parte Spero) LONDON--Arter v. Hammersmith Vestry RICHMOND-Houghton v. Taplin DERBYSHIRE-Nuttall v. Chatterley

PEMBROKESHIRE-Reg. v. Mayor, &c., of KENT (DARTFORD)-Clarke v, London and Pembroke

County Banking Company Limited SURREY (SOUTHWARK)–Cole v. London PEMBROKESHIRE (PEMBROKE)-Grieve v. and South-Western Railway Company Williams

WILTSHIRE (CHIPPENHAM)-Washbourne SURREY (LAMBETH)---Talbot v. Hodgkyns v. Broom LONDON-Hildesheimer v. Terrabona Com- SWANSEA Williams 0. Horrigan and pany Limited

others DERBYSHIRE – Duke of Devonshire v. CHESHIRE-Stockport Union and others Stokes

r. London and North-Western Railway GLOUCESTERSHIRE (CHELTENHAM) LONDON-Reg. v. London County Council Matthews v. Jones

(Er parte Webster) LANCASHIRE (PRESTON)-Westworth 1. LONDON-Rosenberg u. Margowski (Pagett McNeary

and Co.) HAMPSHIRE (SOUTHAMPTON) -- Bryson v. GLAMORGANSHIRE (MERTHYR TYDFIL)Silverman

Jones v. Lewis (Daniel, claimant) METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT — An- KENT (WOOLWICH)--Leopard v. Litoun drews o. Denton

YORKSHIRE (HULL)-Reichardt Brothers v. SUSSEX-Foster v. Trustees of Newhaven Crossley and Sons Harbour

BERKS-Reg. 1. The Justices of the KENT-Rutter and others v. Dartford County of Berks (Er parte Smith) Union and others

HERTFORDSHIRE (WATFORD) - Smith v. EREFORD-Reg. v. Dean and Chapter Acme Tone Engraving Company

Hereford and others (Ex parte Innes) METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-Firth EssEx-Reg. v. Pelly and another, justices, v. Staines and another (Er parte Lacey)

CARMARTHENSHIRE (LLANELLY)—Dillon METROPOLITAN POLICE DISTRICT-Hollis and Sons v. Daniels v. Rea and others

MIDDLESEX (WESTMINSTER)-Kerr v. Kerr.

Bankrupts.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 1890.

RECEIVING ORDERS.

GAZETTE, MARCH 5. To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy. ANTHONY, CLARENCE CASE, late Queen's-sq-pl, Bloomsbury. Pet. Feb. 8. Order,

March 2. BARNES, HENRY E., late Piccadilly, solicitor._Pet. Dec. 4. Order, March 2. BRADBURNE, RANDALL SACHEVEKELL, late Fenchurch-st, accountant. Pet. Jan. 26.

Order, March 2. CHRISTMAS, JOSEPH, and CARTWRIGHT, JOAN WILLIAM, Sun-st, Finsbury, packing

case makers. Pet. March 2. Order, March S. COLLARD, ERNEST (trading as Ernest Collard and Co.), Borough High-st, hop

merchant. Pet. Feb. 10. rder, March 2. EARLE, GEORGE, Pearson-st, Kingsland, boot manufacturer. Pet. March 2. Order,

March 2. FOREMAN, THOMAS GEORGE, Portland-pl, West Kensington, livery-stable keeper.

Pet. March 3. Order, March 3. KING, RALPH MAULKIN, late Austin Friars, stockjobber. Pet. March 1. Order,

March 1. MONEY, GEORGE JOHN, Mansford-st, Hackney-rd, cabinetmaker, Det. March 1.

Order, March 1, OWEN, THOMAS ELIAS, Upper Baker-st, Marylebone, draper. Pet. March 2. Order, March 2

To surrender at their respective District Courts. Ase, EDWARD, Woolavington, farmer. Ct. Bridgwater.

Pet. March 2. Order, March 2. ABLARD, JOSEPH STETHARD, Great Grimsby, tobacconist. Ct. Great Grimsby. Pet.

March 2. Order, March 2. ANDERSON, Mrs., late Maidenhead, widow. Ot. Windsor. Pet. Feb. 9. Order,

Feb. 27. BAILEY, WILLIAM, jun., Landport, fruit hawker. Ot. Portsmouth. Pet. March 2.

Order, March 2. BAKER, ARTHUR, late Dover, publican. Ct. Birmingham. Pet. March 1. Order,

March 1. BUNNETT, ARTAUR HENRY (trading as A. H. Bunnett and Co.), Tanner's-hill, Dept.

ford, revolving shutter maker. Ct. Greenwich. Pet. Feb. 9. Order, March 2. BAKER, WILLIAM John, jun., South Shields, artist. Ct. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Pet.

March 2. Order, March 2. CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH, Cardiff, furniture remover, Ct. Cardiff. Pet. Feb. 26.

Order, Feb. 26. DART, WILLIAM John, Croydon, trareller. Ct. Croydon. Pet. Feb. 27. Order,

Feb. 27. DixoN, CHARLES (trading as Charles Dixon and Son), Sheffield, iron merchant. Ct.

Shefeld. Pet. March 3. Order, March ö. FISIER, THOMAS, Plumstead, boot dealer. Ct. Greenwich. Pet. March 1. Order,

March 1. FREESTONE, EDWIN ; JACKSON, JOSHUA; and POLLARD, EDWARD, Leicester, boot

manufacturers. Ct. Leicester. Pet. March 2. Order, March 2. GODDARD, WILLIAM, Glossop, stonemason. Ot. Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge.

Pet. March 2, Order, March 2. GRAVES, JOSEPH. Bothel, innkeeper. Ct. Cockermouth and Workington. Pet.

March 2. Order, March 2. GOODCHILD, WILLIAM, Reading, builder. Ct. Reading. Pet. Feb. 13. Order, Feb. 27. Harris, WILLIAM HENRY, East Dereham, watchmaker. Ct. Norwich. Pet, March 3,

Order, March 3. HINDE, ARTHUR ALLINSON, Blackpool, drill instructor. Ct. Preston. Pet. March 2.

Order, March 2. JANE, Joun, St. Ive, farmer. Ct. Plymouth and East Stonehouse. Pet. Feb. 13.

Order, March 3. KENDALL, WILLIAM, Walsall, coal dealer. Ct. Walsall. Pet. Feb. 26. Order,

Feb. 26. LEE, DENIS, Manchester, timber mercbant. Ct. Manchester, Pet. March 3. Order,

March 3. MOORE, FREDERICK, Bristol, refreshment-house keeper. Ct. Bristol. Pet. March 2.

Order, March 2. MEAKER, SYDNEY, Cardiff, builder. Ct. Cardiff. Pet. March 2. Order, March 2. MORLEY, GEORGE HOULDEN, Great Grimsby, tish merchant. Ct. Great Grimsby. Pet,

March 2. Order, March 2. NEAR, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, Colchester, builder. Ct. Colchester. Pet. Jan. 19.

Order, Feb. 27. OGDEN, RICHARD, Bramley, late builder. Ct. Leeds. Pet, March 1. Order,

March 1. PEART, THOMAS GEORGE, Lewes, draper. Ct. Lewes and Eastbourne. Pet. Feb. 27.

Order, Feb. 27.

ROBERTS, ROBERT, Llanbeblig, sboe manufacturer. Ct. Bangor. Pet. March 3.

Order, March 3. SMITH, GEORGE BROWN, Bognor, late grocer. Ct. Brighton. Pet. Feb. 13. Order,

Order, March 1. SHARRATT, ARTHUR, Derby, manufacturer of artificial teeth. Ct. Derby. Pet.

March 3. Order, March 3. SAVAGE, HENRY, Cambridge, dealer. Ot, Gloucester. Pet. March 2. Order,

March 2. SAVEGE, HENRY, Kingston-upon-Hull, furniture dealer. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull.

Pet. March 3. Order, March 3. SHARP, JOHN, Degford, butcher. Ct. Leicester. Pet. Feb. 27. Order, Feb. 27. SINCLAIR, THOMAS BLYTHE (trading as Sinclair and Ellwood), Liverpool, ship store

dealer. Ct, Liverpool. Pet. March 2. Order, March 2. STEELE, THOMAS (trading as the Rupert Brewery Company), Liverpool, brewer. Ot.

Liverpool. Pet. Feb. 19. Order, March 2. TOWNSEND. GEORGE, Tenby, boot dealer. Ct. Pembroke Dock, Pet. March 2.

Order, March 2. VINCENT. JOSEPH, Walsall, furniture dealer. Ct. Walsall. Pet, March 1. Order,

March 1. WEBSTER, WILLIAM HENBY, Aberford, bootmaker. Ct. York. Pet. March 3. Order,

Marrh 3. WOOD, JOSEPH, Rearsby, farmer. Ct. Leicester. Pet. March 1. Order, March 1. WELSH, HENRY WILLIAM, late Brighton, builder. Ct. Tunbridge Wells. Pet. March 2.

Order, March 2. The following amended notice is substituted for that published in the Gazette of March 2. Moss, WILLIAM HENRY (late trading as Pneumatic Tyre Repairing Company), late Manchester, cycle agent. Ct. Manchester. Pet. Jan. 30. Order, Feb. 26.

GAZETTE, MARCI 9.
To surrender at the High Court of Justice, in Bankruptcy.
DELLA ROCCA, STEPHEN ANTHONY, Lambeth-walk, builder. Pet. March 4. Order,

March 4.
FORBES, JOHN, Pine-rd. Cricklewood, Pet. Feh. 6. Order, March 6.
GORRILL, RORERT, Peacock-st, Newington Butts, engineer's pattern-maker.

Pet.
March 6. Order, March 6.
HILLYARD, JOHN, Fowkes-bldgs, Tower-st, wine broker. Pet. Feb. 24. Order,

March 6. LEWIS, RICHARD, Phipps-mews, Eccleston-st East, jobmaster. Pet. Dec. 30. Order,

March 5. RICHARDS. EDWIN, Ashburn-mews, Gloucester rd, South Kensington, bootmaker.

Pet. March 3. Order, March 4. WARDEX, Colonel F2ank, late Charlotte-st, Portman-pl. Pet. Dec. 24. Order, March 4,

To surrender at their respective District Courts. BUNKER, HERBERT THOMAS, Potter's Bar, coachbuilder. Ct. Barnet. Pet. March 3.

Order, March 3. BONNETT, GEORGE, Nottingham, insurance agent. Ct. Nottingham. Pet. March 6.

Order, March 6.
BUCKLEY, EDWARD STANLEY, Oldham, hosier. Ct. Oldham. Pet. March 4. Order,

March 4.
COTTINGHAM, THEOD Alti cham, trareller. Ct. Manchester.

March 5.
Order, March 5.
DE RIDDER, Robert Potts, Liverpool, heating engineer. Ct. Liverpool. Pet.

March 6. Order. March 6. DEAN, JOHN, Moor Monkton, innkeeper. Ct. York. Pet. March 4. Order, March 4. GLEAVE, WILLIAM, Warrington, warehouseman, Ct. Warrington. Pet. March 5.

Order. March 5. HIGGINS, THOMAS, Tyldesley. grocer. Ct. Bolton. Pet. March 6. Order, March 6. HORTON, JOSEPH, Cradley Heath, auctioneer. Ct. Dudley. Pet. March 5. Order,

March 5. HOIT, JAMES, Nottingham, yarn merchant. Ot. Nottingham. Pet. March 4. Order,

March 4. HUGHES, HUGH, Blaenau Festiniog, grocer. Ct. Portmadoc and Blaenau Festiniog.

Pet. March 4. Order, March 4. JOHNSON, GEORGE, Chigwell, farmer. Ct. Chelmsford. Pet. March 3. Order,

March 3, JONES, WILLIAM, Ynysybwl, draper. Ct. Pontypridd. Pet. Feh. 16. Order,

March 4. JOYCE, JAMES EDWARD (trading as Joyce and Co.), Monkwearmouth, house furnisher.

Ct. Sunderland Pet. Marchi, Order, March 5, JACKSON, HENRY, Walsall Wood, chainmaker. Ct. Walsall. Pet. March 5. Order,

March 5. KEDWARD, ANTEONY, Aberdare, late contractor. Ct. A berdare. Pet. March 5. Order,

March 5. KESSEN, EDWARD HAMBROOK THOMSON, Manchester, architect. Ct. Manchester. Pet.

March 4. Order, March 4. MILBURN, GEORGE DIGGLE, and MILBURN, FRANK (trading as Diggle Milburn and

Sons). Grigg, dyers. Ct. Bolton. Pet. March 5. Order, March 5. MILLE?, WILLIAM VICTOR, Bourn, farmer. Ct. Cambridge. Pet. March 6. Order,

March 6. MOORE, EDWARD, East Keswick, schoolmaster. Ct. York. Pet. March 5. Order,

March 5. PEARCE, ERNEST ALFRED, Brachewood Green, cattle dealer. Ct. Luton. Pet. March 5.

Order, March 5. SAUNDERS, WILLIAM, Trumpington, farmer. Ct. Cambridge. Pet. March 5. Order,

March 5. SMITH, JOHN HENRY, Worksop, builder. Ct. Sbemeld, Pet. March 6. Order,

March 6.
TRUMPER, ENOCH, Woore, grocer. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe. Pet. March 2. Order,

March 5.
THOMASSON, MARTIN GEORGE, Malvern Link, late tobacconist. Ct. Worcester,

Pet.
March 2. Order, March 2.
TAYLER. Simon WALTER, Andover, farmer. Ct. Salisbury. Pet. March 4. Order,

March 4. VINE, WILLIAM, Wesmouth, builder. · Ct. Dorchester. Pet. Feb. 24. Order, March 5. VICK, ALBERT ERNEST. Lydney, refreshment-house keeper. Ct. Newport, Mon. Pet.

March 5. Order, March 5. WILKIE, DAVID, Wigan, draper. Ct. Wigan. Pet. March 4. Order, March 4. WILKIE, JAMES, Wigan, draper. Ct. Wigan. Pet. March 4. Order, March 4. WORTH. THOMAS, Barnsley, innkeeper. Ct. Barnsley. Pet. March 4. Order,

March 4. WILLAN, ALFRED, Burnley, upholsterer. Ct. Burnley. Pet. March 6. Order,

March 6. Whish. EDWARD BARCLAY, Cromhall, gentleman. Ct. Gloucester. Pet. March 6.

Order, March 6. WARK, ROBERT, Lincoln, trarelling draper. Ct. Lincoln. Pet. March 2. Order,

March 6. WILLIAMSON, CHARLES, Ouddington, labourer. Ct. Nantwich and Crewe. Pet.

March 1. Order, March 4.

BERNSTEIN. HARRIS, Leeds, tailors-trimming merchant. Ct. Leeds. Meeting,

March 16, at 11, at office of off. Rec. Leeds. Exam. March 23, at 11, at County

Court-house, Leeds, CHILCOTT, JOHN. St. James's-st, Piccadilly, late lodging-house keeper. Ot. High

Court. Meeting, March 12, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. March 31,

at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. CARTER, ALBERT EDWARD, late Bristol, butcher. Ct. Bristol. Meeting, March 17,

at 12.30, at office of Off. Rec. Bristol. Exam. March 12, at noon, at Guildhall,

Bristol. CARR, WILLIAM LACY. Elrington, farmer. Ct. York. Meeting. March 12, at 12.30, at

omice of Off. Rec. York. Exam. April 2, at 11, at Courts of Justice, York. DAY. J., late Hampton, builder. Ct. Brentford Meeting, March 12, at 3, at

95, Temple-chmbrs, Temple-av. Exam. March so, at 2.15, at Townhall, Brent

ford. DEAN, JOAN Edwin (trading as Dean Brothers), Liverpool, salt merchant. Ct.

Liverpool. Meeting, March 16, at noon, at office of Oñ. Rec. Liverpool. Exam,

March 18, at 11, at Courthouse, Liverpool. FRASER, WILLIAM ALAN, Cecil-ct, Charing Cross-rd, electrical engineer. Ct. High

Court. Meeting, March 12, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 1, at 11, at

Bankruptcy-bldgs. FREE, PERCY RICHARD COLLINS, late Warrington-cres, Maida Vale, solicitor's articled

clerk. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 12, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam.

April 1, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. FINCH, WILLIAM. Carmarthen, wine merchant. Ct. Carmarthen. Meeting, March 18,

at 11.30, at office of Off. Rec. Carmarthen. Exam. April 7, at 11, at Guildhall,

Carmarthen. GIBBON, JAMES, Bridgend. greengrocer. Ct Cardiff. Meeting. March 16, at 11.30, at

office of Ofr. Rec. Cardiff. Exam. March 30, at 10, at Townhall, Cardiff. HOPKINS, O., East Ham, builder. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 12, at 2.30, at

Bankruptcy-bldge. Exam. April 8, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. HULL. EDWARD (late trading as Edward Hall and Taylor and Co.), late Birmingham,

builder. Ct. Birmingham. Meeting, March 12, at 11, at 23, Colmore-row,

Birmingham. Exam. March 19, at 2. at County Court, Birmingham. HUME, ROBERT, and LABBETT, SAMUEL, Bridgend, cycle agents. Ct. Cardiff. Meet.

ing. March 16, at 11, at office of Off. Rec. Cardiff. Exam. March 30, at 10, at

Townhall, Cardiff. HABDING, WILLIAM JAMES, Wolrerhampton, draper. Ct. Wolverhampton. Meeting,

March 15, at 11.30, at office of Os. Rec. Wolverhampton. Exam March 15, at 2.30,

at County Court, Wolverbampton. JONES, JOHN THOMAS, Warrington, drysalter. Ct. Warrington. Meeting, March 26,

at 10 45, at Court-house, Warrington. Exam, March 26, at 11, at Court-house,

Warrington MONEY, GEORGE JOHN, Mansford-st, Harkney-rd, cabinetmaker. Ct. High Court.

Meeting, March 12, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 9, at noon, at

Bankruptcy-bldgs. MOROAN, JOB WILLIAM (trading as Duffryn Merthyr Coal Company), Aberdare, coal

merchant. Ct. Aberdare. Meeting, March 12, at 2, at 65, High-st, Merthyr

Tydol. Exam. March 29, at 10.::0, at Temperance-hall, Aberdare. MACE, EDWIN, late Weston, omnibus proprietor. Ct. Bath. Meeting, March 17, at 1,

at office of Off. Roc, Bristol. Exam. March 19, at 11.30, at Guildhall, Bath. Moss, WILLIAM HENRY (late trading as Pneumatic Tyre Repairing Company), Man

chester, late cycle agent. Ct. Manchester. Meeting, March 12. at 3, at office of

off. Rec. Manchester. Exam. March 15, at 11. at Court-house, Manchester, NICHOLS, Joan, and NICHOLS, ROBERT (trading as John Nichols and Son), Preston

Capes, farmers, Ct. Northampton. Meeting, March 17, at 12.30, at County Court-bldgs, Northampton. Exam. March 9, at noon, at Counts-hall,

Northampton. POTTER, JOIN EPIIRAIM, Roydon, brickmaker. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 12,

at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 2, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Penn, WILLIAM, Canterbury, bouse furnisher. Ct Canterbury. Meeting, March 19,

at 3.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. March 26. at 10, at Guildhall, Canterburs. READ, THOMAS CURTIS, Lower-marsh, Lambeth, grocer. Ct. Wandsworth. Meeting,

March 12, at 11.30. at 24, Railway-approach, London Bridge. Exam, March 25.

at noon, at Court-house, Wandsworth. SMART, WILLIAM, Yatton, grocer. Ct. Bristol. Meeting, March 17, at noon, at office

of Off. Rec. Bristol. Exam. March 26, at noon, at Guildhall, Bristol. SAMUEL, JOHN, Walton-on-the-Naze grocer. Ct. Colchester. Meeting, March 16,

at 11, at Cups hotel, Colchester. Exam, March 16, at 2:0, at Townhall, Colchester. SAVAGE, HENRY, Cambridge, dealer. Ct Gloucester. Meeting, March 18, at noon,

at office of Or. Rec. Gloucester. Exam. March 30, at noon, at Shireball,

Gloucester SALTER, ALBERT JAMES, Newport, baker. Ct. Newport and Ryde. Meeting,

March 15, at 11, at 19, Quay-st, Newport. Exam. March 15, at noon, at Court

house, Newport. THRONDSEN, IVAR, Eastcheap, bottle merchants' managor. Ct. High Court.

Meeting, March 12, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. March 30, at noon, at

Bankruptcy-bldgs. THOMAS, TOM LABBETT, Cardiff, late publican. Ct. Cardiff. Meeting, March 17,

at 11. at office of Off. Rec. Cardiff. Exam. March 20. at 10, at Townhall, Cardiff. WALLIS, BENJAMIN, late Birstal, confectioner. Ct. Dewsbury. Meeting. March 12,

at 3, at office of Off. Rec. Batley. Exam. Varch 30, at 2, at County Court-house,

Dewsbury. WALKER, HENRY, Leeds, butcher. Ct. Leeds. Meeting, March 15, at 11, at ofice of

Off. Rec. Leeds. Exam. March 23, at 1l, at County Court-house. Leeds. WAIND, HENRY, Bolton-on-Swale farmer. Ct. Nortballerton. Meeting, March 15,

at 11.30, at Court-house, Northallerton. Exam. March 15, at 11.30, at Court-house,

Northallerton WHALEY, GEORGE (trading as George Whaley and Co.), late Bradford, Yorks,

merchant. Ct. Bradford. Meeting, March 12, at 11, at office of Off. Rec. Bradford. Exam. March 19, at 10, at County Court, Bradford,

GAZETTE, MARCH 9. ANTHONY, CLARENCE CASE, late Queen-sq-pl. Bloomsbury, solicitor. Ct. High Court.

Meeting, March 16, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 7, at 11, at Bank

ruptcy-bldgs. Ash Edward, Woolavington, farmer, C+. Bridgwater. Meeting. March 16, at 11.30,

at omice of Mr. Tamlyn, High-st, Bridgwater. Exam. March 22, at 10.45, at

County Court, Bridgwater. BARNES, HENRY E., Piccadi ly, solicitor, Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 18,

at noon, at Bankruptcy.bldgs. Exam. April 7, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. BRADBURNE, RANDALL SACAEVERELL, late Fenchurch-st, accountant.

Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 16, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 7, at 11,

at Bankruptcy-bldgs. BELLAMY, MONTAGUE EDWARD JAMES BUTWELL, Oxford. bookbinder. Ct. Oxford.

Meeting, March 17, at noon, at office of Off. Rec. Oxford. Exam. March 25,

at 11 30, at County-ball, Oxford. CHRISTMAS. JOSEPH, and CARTWRIGHT. JOHN WILLIAN, Sun-st, Finsbury, packing.

case makers. Ot. High Court. Meeting, March 18, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs.

Exam. April 7, at 11.30, 8t Bankruptcy-bldge. COLLARD, FREDERICK ERNEST Wouton (described in receiving order as Ernest

Collard, trading as Ernest Collard and Co.). Borough High-st, hop merchant. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 16, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgg.

Exam. April 7, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. CORNWELL, WILLIAM EDWIN, Cardiff, butcher. Ct. Cardiff. Meeting, March 18. at

11, at oflice of Off. Rec. Cardiff. Exam. March 30, at 10, at Townhall,

Cardif. DART, WILLIAM JOAN, Croydon, traveller. Ct. Croydon. Meeting. March 17, at 11.50,

at 24, Railway-approach, London Bridge. Exam. April 7, at 11, at County Court,

Crordon. DEAN, JOHN, Moor Monkton, innkeeper. Ct. York. Meeting, March 18, at 12.15,

at omce of Off, Rec York, Exam. April 2, at 11, at Courts of Justice, York. EARLE, GEORGE, Pearson-st, Kingsland, boot manufacturer. Ct. High Court. Meet

ing, March 18, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 8, at noon, at Bankruptcy. bldgs.

RECEIVING ORDER RESCINDED.

GAZETTE, MARCH 9. MAYNE, AUGUSTUS BLAIR, Poona, captain Indian Staff Corps. Ot. High Court.

Order, Dec. 11, 1895. Rescission, March 3, 1897.

FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS.

GAZETTE, MARCH 5. ATTRILL, JAMES ALBERT, East Cowes, builder. Ct. Newport and Ryde. Meeting,

March 13, at 3, at 19, Quay-st, Newport. Exen. March 15, at noon, at Court house, Newport.

FEAR, HARRY, Weston-super-Mare, coachbuilder. Ct. Bridgwater. Meeting, March

16, at 11, at office of Mr. Tamlyn, High-st, Bridgwater. Exam. March 22. at 10.45,

at County Court, Bridgwater. FREESTONE, EDWIN; JACKSON, JOSHUA; and POLLARD, EDWARD, Leicester, boot and

shoe manufacturers. Ct. Leicester. Meeting, March 13, at 10, at office of Of. Rec.

Leicester. Exam. March 18, at 10, at the Castle, Leicester. FISH, DAVID, Nottingham, auctioneer. Ct. Nottingham. Meeting, March 16, at

noon, at office of Off. Rec. Nottingham. Exam. April 2, at 10, at County Court

house, Nottingham. GIRDLESTONE, GEORGE, Ilford, grocer. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 17, at noon,

at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 8, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. GLEDSTONE, JAMES HAROLD, late Upper Tulse-hill, tailor. Ct. High Court. Meeting,

March 16, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 8, at 11.30, at Bankruptcy

bldgs. GODDARD, WILLIAM, Glossop, stonemason. Ct. Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge.

Meeting, March 17, at 3, at office of Off. Rec. Manchester. Exam. March 18,

at 12.45, at Townhall, Ashton-under-Lyne. HARTLEY, EZRA FOSTER, late Nelson, draper. Ct. Burnley. Meeting, March 26, at 1,

at Exchange hotel, Burnley. Exam. March 26, at 11, at Court-house, Burnley. HORTON, JOAN, Darlaston, no occupation Ct. Walsall. Meeting, March 18,

at 11.30, at office of Off. Rec. Walsall. Exam. March 18, at noon, at Court-house,

Walsall. Isaac, LEWIS (trading as James Isaac Lewis), Aston-juxta-Birmingham, tailor. Ct.

Birmingham. Meeting, March 22, at 11, at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham.

Exam. April 30, at 2, at County Court, Birmingham. JANE, John, St. Ive, farmer. Ct. Plymouth and East Stonehouse. Meeting,

March 16, at 11.30, at 10, Athenæum-ter, East Stonehouse. Exam. March 19, at 11,

at Townhall, East Stonehouse. JOHNSON, WILLIAM, Darlingtor, engine fitter. Ct. Stockton-on-Tees and Middles

brough. Meeting, March 24, at 3, at office of Off. Rec. Middlesbrougb. Exam.

March 24, at 10.30, at Court-house, Stockton-on-Tees. KING, RALPH MAULKIN, late Austin Friars, stockjobber. Ct. High Court. Meeting,

March 17, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. Exam. April 9, at 12.30, at Bankruptcy

bldgs. KINGCOMBE, HENRY, Plymouth, refreshment-house keeper. Ct. Plymouth and East

Stonehouse. Meeting, March 16, at 11, at 19, Athenæum-ter, East Stonehouse.

Exam. March 19, at 11, at Townhall, East Stonehouse. LEE, DENIS, Manchester, timber merchant. Ct. Manchester. Meeting, March 16, at

3, at office of Oft. Rec, Manchester. Exam. March 29, at 11, at Court-house,

Manchester MOORE, FREDERICK, Bristol, refreshment-house keeper. Ct. Bristol. Meeting, March

17, at 11.45, at office of Ols. Rec. Bristol. Exam. April 9, at noon, at Guildhall,

Bristol: MOORE, EDWARD, East Keswick, ochoolmaster Ct. York. Meeting, March 19,

at 12.30, at office of Off. Rec. York. Exam. April 2, at 11, at Courts of Justice,

York. NEAR, JOSEPH LAURENCE, late Colchester, builder. Ct. Colchester. Meeting, March

16, at 11.30, at Cups hotel, Colchester Exam. March 16, at 2.30, at Townhall,

Colchester. OWEN, THOMAS ELIAS, Upper Baker-st, Marylebone, draper. Ct. High Court.

Meeting, March 17, at 2.30, at Bankruptcy-blugs. Exam. April 9, at 12.30, at

Bankruptcy-bldgs. OGDEN, RICHARD, late Bramley, builder. Ct. Leeds. Meeting, March 17, at 11, at

office of Off. Rec. Leeds. Exam. March 23, at 11, at County Court-house, Leeds. PAGE, ARTHUR (trading as Denyer Page), Scarborough, draper. Ct. Scarborough.

Meeting, March 17, at 11, at Bankruptcy-bldgs, Carey-st. Esam. March 23, at

noon, at Court-house, Scarborough. PAULL, JOHN, Crewkerne, draper. Ut. Yeovil. Meeting, March 16, at 1, at office of

Off. Rec. Salisbury. Exam. April 1, at noon, at Townhall, Yeovil. RAVENSCROFT, FRANK, Birmingham, tinplate worker. Ct. Birmingham. Meeting,

March 18, at 11, at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham. Exam. April 28, at 2, at

County Court, Birmingham. RIMES, ERNEST WILLIAM (late trading as the Nottingham Clothing Company),

Nottingham, tailor. Ct. Nottingham. Meeting, March 16, at 11, at office of off.

Rec. Nottingham. Exam. April 2, at 10, at County Court-house, Nottingham. SQUIEK, H. I., Basinghall-st. Ct. High Court. Meeting, March 17, at noon, at Bank

ruptcy-bldgs. Exam. March 30, at noon, at Bankruptcy-bldgs. SAUL, FRANK HENRY (trading as Saul and Co.), Crewe, commission agent. Ct.

Birmingham. Veeting, March 17, at 11, at 23, Colmore-row, Birmingham.

Exam. April 28, at 2, at County Court, Birmingham. SAUNDERS, WILLIAM, Trumpington, fariner. Ct. Cambridge. Meeting, March 16, at

noon, at office of Off. Rec. Cambridge. Exam. March 17, at 11, at Guildhall,

Cambridge. STORDY, EDWARD. Penrith, innkeeper. Ct. Carlisle. Meeting, March 16, at noon,

at office of Off. Rec. Carlisle. "Exam. March 16, at 11, at Court-house, Carlisle. SHARRATT, ARTHUR, Derby, manufacturer of artificial teeth. Ct. Derby. Meeting,

March 16, at 11, at office of 08. Rec. Derby. Exam. April 13, at 11, at County

hall, Derby. TINDALL, ARTHUR, Burnley, tailor. Ct. Burnley. Meeting, March 26, at 1.30, at

Exchange hotel, Burnley. Exam. March 26, at 11, at Court-house, Burnley. THOMASSON, MARTIN GEORGE, Malvern Link, late tobacconist. Ct. Worcester.

Meeting, March 17, at 11.20, at office of Off. Rec. Worcester. Exam. March 30,

at 2.15, at Guildhall, Worcester. WEBSTER, WILLIAM HENRY, Aberford, bootmaker. Ct. York. Meeting, March 18,

at 11, at office of Off. Rec. York. Exam. April 2, at 11, at Courts of Justice,

York. WOOD, JOSEPH, Rearsby, farmer. Ct. Leicester. Meeting, March 16, at 12.30, at

office of Off. Rec. Leicester. Exam. March 18, at 10, at the Castle, Leicester. WINSLOW, JAMES, New Swindon, china dealer. Ct. Swindon. Meeting, March 18,

at 3, at office of Off. Rec. Swindon. Exam. April 21, at noon, at County Court,

Swindon, WILKIE, DAVID, Wigan, draper. Ct. Wigan. Meeting, March 18, at 10, at Court

house, Wigan. Exam. March 18, at 11, at Court-house, Wigan. WILKIE, JAMES, Wigan, draper. Ct. Wigan. Meeting, March 18, at 10.30, at Court

house, Wigan. Exam. March 18, at 11, at Court-house, Wigan.

CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH, Cardiff, furniture remover. Ct. Cardiff. Order, Feb. 26.
CRANE, JAMES, Nottingham, gentleman Ct. Nottingham. Order, March 3,
DIXON, CHARLES (trading as Charles Dixon and Son), Sheffield, iron and steel

merchant. Ct. Sheffield. Ct. Sheffield. Order, March 3.
DENNISON, ELIZA, Duncan-ter, Islington, widow. Ot. High Court. Order, March 1.
DAY, J., late Hampton, builder. Ct. Brentford. Order, March 2.
EARLE, GEORGE, Pearson-st, Kingsland, boot manufacturer. Ct. High Court-

Order, March 2. FOREMAN, THOMAS GEORGE, Portland pl, West Kensington, livery-stable keeper. Ct.

High Court. Order, March 3. FREESTONE, EDWIN; JACKSON, JOSHUA; and POLLARD, EDWARD, Leicester, boot and

shoe manufacturers. Ct. Leicester. Ordar, March 2. GLEDSTONE, JAMES HAROLD, late Upper Tu.8: hill, tailor. Ct. High Court. Order,

March 2.
GODDARD, WILLIAM, late Glossop, onemason.

Ct. Ashton-under-Lyne and
Stalybridge. Order, March 2
GRAVES, JOSEPH, Bothel, innkeeper. Ct. Cockermouth and Workington. Order,

March 2. HUGHES, Joan, High Ercall, innkeeper. Ct Madeley Order, Feb. 22 Harris, WILLIAM HENRY, East Dereham, Watchmaker. Ct. Norwich. Order,

March 3. HOLDSWORTH, CHARLES EDWARD, Lake, farm manager. Ct. Poole. Order, March 2. HINDE, ARTHUR ALLINSON, Blackpool, drill instructor. Ct. Preston, Order,

March 2, KING, RALPH MAULKIN, late Austin Friars, stockjobber. Ct. High Court. Order,

March 1. LOOG, BERMANN late Finsbury-pavement manufacturer's agent. Ct. High Court,

Order, March 3. MONEY, GEORGE JOHN, Mansford-st, Hackney-rd, cabinetmaker. Ct High Court.

Order, March 2. MOORE, FREDERICK, Bristol, refreshment-house keeper. Ct, Bristol. Order,

March 2. MEAKER, SYDNEY, late Cardiff, builder. Ct. Cardiff. Order, March 2. MORLEY, GEORGE HOULDEN, Great Grimsby, fish merchant. Ct. Great Grimsby.

Order, March 2. Moss, WILLIAM HENRY (late trading as the Pneumatic Tyre Repairing Company),

Manchester, cycle agent. Ct. Manchester. Order, March 2. OWEN, THOMAS ELIAS, Upper Baker-st, Varylebone, draper. Ct. High Court. Order,

March 2. OGDEN, RICHARD, late Bramley, butcher. Ct. Leeds. Order, March 1. PARKE, GERTRUDE MARY, late Thornton rd, Clapham Park, sanatorium keeper. Ct.

High Court. Order, March 3. POTTEK, JOHN EPHRAIM, St. Bernard's-ri. East Ham, brickmaker. Ct. High Court.

Order, March 2. ROBERTS, ROBERT, Llanberis, shoe manufacturer. Ct. Bangor. Order, March 3. ROBERTS, JAMES, Eaton Bray, farmer. Ct. Lucon. Order, March 2. SWEET, SYDNEY ARTHUR, Culford-grdns, Chelsea, corn merchant. Ct. High Court,

Order, March 3. SHARRATT, ARTHUR, Derby, manufacturer of artificial teeth. Ct. Derby. Order,

March 3. SAVAGE, HENRY, Cambridge, dealer. Ct. Gloucester. Order, March 2. SAVEGE, HENRY, Kingston-upon-Hull, furniture dealer. Ct. Kingston-upon-Hull.

Order, March 3. SHARP, JOHN, Desford, butcher. Ct. Leicester. Order, Feb. 27. WOOD, JOSEPH, Rearsby, iarmer. Ct. Leicester. Order, March 1. WELSH, HENRY WILLIAM, Tunbridge Wells, builder. Ct. Tunbridge Wells. Order,

March 2. WEBSTER, WILLIAM HENBY, Aberford, bootmaker. Ct. York. Order, March 3. WATSON, JOHN WILLIAM, and CLARK, JOHN ARTHUR (trading as J. W. Watson, Clark,

and Co.), Brooke-st, Holborn, art metal workers. Ct. High Court. Order,

March 2. WALKER, EDGAR WILLIAM, Leeds, maltster. Ct. Leeds. Order, Feb. 27. WOOD, JOAN (trading as Wood Brothers), Leeds, pianoforte dealer. Ct. Leeds. Order, March 1.

GAZETTE, MARCH 9. BISHOP, FREDERICK (trading as J. Bishop and Co), Totterdown, coal merchant. Ct.

Bristol. Order, March 4. BONNETT, GEORGE, Nottingham, insurance agent. Ct. Nottingham. Order, March 6.. BUCKLEY, EDWARD STANLEY, Oldham, hosier. Ct. Oldham. Order, March 4. COLLARD, FREDERICK ERNEST WOTTON (descrided in receiving order as Ernest Collard)

(trading as Ernest Collard and Co.), Borough High-st, bop merchant. Ct. High

Court. Order, March 5. CARTER, ALBERT EDWARD, late Bristol, butcher. Ct, Bristol. Order, March 5. COTTINGHAM, THEODORE, Altrincham, traveller. Ct. Manchester. Order, March 5. DELLA ROCCA, STEPHEN ANTHONY, Lambeth-walk, builder. Ct. High Court. Order,

March 6. DART, WILLIAM JOAN, Croydon, traveller. Ct.Croydon. Order, March 4, DEAN, JOHN, Moor Monckton, innkeeper. Ct. York. Order, March 1. FORD, W. J., Frognal, Hampstead. Ci. High Court. Order, March 5. GORRILL, ROBERT, Peacock-et, Newington Butts, engineer's pattern maker. Ct. High

Court. Order, March 6. GLEAVE, WILLIAM, Warrington, warehouseman. Ct. Warrington. Order, March 5. HART, FRANCIS JEROME ERNEST, Savoy House, Strand, promoter of public companies.

Ct. High Court. Order, March 6. Hart, Joan, late York-bldge, John-st, Adelphi, money-lender. Ct. High Court.

Order, March 5. HIGGINS, THOMAS, Tyldesley, grocer. Ct. Bolton. Order, March 6. HARDING, JOHN, Bristol, corn merchant. Ct. Bristol. Order, March 6. HORTON, JOSEPH, Cradley Heath, auctioneer. Ct. Dudley. Order, March 5. HOLT, JAMES, Nottingham, yarn merchant. Ct. Nottingham. Order, March 4. JONES, THOMAS Puga, late Lllanelly, contractor. Ct. Carmarthen. Order, March 4. JOHNSON, GEORGE, Chigwell, farmer. Ct. Chelmsford. Order, March 3. JOYCE, JAMES EDWARD (trading as Joyce and Co.), Monkwearmouth, house

furnisher. Ct. Sunderland. Order, March 5. KENDALL, WILLIAM, Walsall, coal dealer. Ct. Walsall. Order, Feb. 27. KESSEN, EDWARD HAMBROOK THOMSON, Manchester, architect. Ct. Manchester.

Order, March 4. KEDWARD, ANTHONY, Aberdare, lato contractor. Ct. Aberdare. Order, March 5. MILBURN, GEORGE DIGGLE, and MILDURN, FRANK (trading as Diggle Milburn and

Sons), Gigg, dyers. Ot. Bolton. Order, March 5. MILLER, WILLIAM VICTOR, Bourn, farmer. Ct. Cambridge. Order, March 6." MOORE, EDWARD, East Keswick, schoolmaster. Ct. York. Order, March 5. OLDCORN, MARTIN, Broughton-in-Furness, swiller. Ct. Ulverston and Barrow-in

Furness. Order, March 5. PEART, THOMAS GEORGE, Lewes, draper. Ct. Lewes and Eastbourne. Order, March 3. RICHARDS, EDWIN, Ashburn-mews, Gloucester-rd, South Kensington, bootmaker. Ct.

High Court. Order, March 4. SAUNDERS, WILLIAM, Trumpington, farmer. Ct. Cambridge. Order, March 5. SMITH, JOHN HENRY, Worksop, builder. Ct. Sheffield. Order, March 6. THOMASSON, MARTIN GEORGE, Malvern Link, late tobacconist. Ot. Worcester.

Order, March 2. TAYLOR, WILLIAM JAMES, Hove, builder. Ct. Brighton. Order, March 6. TAAYER, MARY JANE (trading as Thayer and Co.), Kingswood, boot manufacturer.

Ct. Bristol. Order, March 6. TAYLER, SIMON WALTER, Penton Manor, farmer. Ct. Salisbury. Order, March 4. VICK, ALBERT ERNEST, Lydney, refreshment-house keeper. Ot. Newport, Mon.

Order, March 5. WAYLEN, CLAUDE BERTRAM (described in receiving order as Claude Waylen),

Winchester House, Old Broad-st, clerk. Ct. High Court. Order, March 4. WORTH, THOMAS, Barnsley, innkeeper. Ct. Barnsley. Order, March 4, WILLAN, ALFRED, Burnloy, upholsterer. Ct. Burnley. Order, March 6. WARK, ROBERT, Lincoln, travelling draper. Ct. Lincoln. Order, March 6. WILLIAMSON, CHARLES, Cuddington, labourer. Ct. Nantwich and Orewe. Order,

March 4,

NOTICE OF DAY APPOINTED FOR PROCEEDING WITH PUBLIC

EXAMINATION ADJOURNED SINE DIE.

GAZETTE, MARCH 9. EAGLES, CHABLES, Bedford, baker. Ct. Bedford. Exam. March 16, at 11, at Shirehall, Bedford.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC EXAMINATION.

GAZETTE, MARCH 9. GBANT, ALBERT, Tokenhouse-bldgs, Lothbury, banker. Ct. High Court. Exam.

March 25, at 12.30, at Bankruptcy-bldgs.

ADJUDICATIONS.

GAZETTE, MARCH 5. ASA, EDWARD, Woolarington, farmer. Ct. Bridgwater. Order, March 2. ABLARD, JOSEPH STOTHARD, Great Grimsby, tobacconist. Ct. Great Grimsby.

Order, March 2. BABROW, COPNER WALTON (sued as Copner Walter Barrow), late Princes chmbrs,

Coventry-st West. Ct. High Court. Order, March 1. BAKER, WILLIAM JOHx, jun., South Shields, artist. Ct. Newcastle-on-Tyne. Order,

March 2. BAILEY, WILLIAM, jun., Landport, fruit hawker. Ct. Portsmouth. Order, March 2. BBADBOBY, JAMES, Oldham, licensed victualler. Ct. Oldham. Order, March 3. CHRISTMAS, JOSEPH, and CARTWRIGHT, JOHN WILLIAM, Sun-st, Finsbury, packing

case makers. Ct. High Court. Order, March 3. CULLIFORD, ALBERT GEORGE (trading as H. W. George and Co.), late Fenchurch

bldgs, wine merchant. Ct. High Court. Order, March 1.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.

Winding-up of Companies.
THE COMPANIES ACTS 1862 TO 1890.

WINDING-UP ORDERS.

GAZETTE, FEB. 26.
LONDON FINANCE AND CONTRACT CORPORATION LIMITED, Cannon-st. Ct. High

Court. Order, Feb. 22. Pet. Jan, 22.
MINERVA NAILLESS HORSE SHOE (PATENT) SYNDICATE LIMITED, Queen Victoria-st.

Ct. High Court. Order, Feb. 22. Pet. Feb. 5.
NEW MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE REVIEW LIMITED, Strand. Ct. High Court. Order,
Feb. 22. Pet. Feb. 9.

GAZETTE, MARCH 9.
THEATRICAL COMEDY SYNDICATE LIMITED, Haymarket. Ct. High Court. Order,
March 3. Pet. Feb. 18.

FIRST MEETINGS.

GAZETTE, FEB. 26.
NEW MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE REVIEW LIMITED, Strand. Ct. High Court. Meet-

ing, creditors, March 8, at 11; contributories, at 11.30, at 33, Carey-st.

GAZETTE, MARCH 2.
GOLDEN PLUM CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES LIMITEI), Bishopsgate-st Within. Ct. High

Court. Meeting, creditors, March 12, at 11; contributories, at noon, at
33, Carey-st.

GAZETTE, MARCH 5.
THE BRITISH FLAG EXPLORATION SYNDICATE LIMITED, Broad-st-av. Ct. High Court.

Meeting, creditors, March 15, at 11; contributories, at 11.30, at 33, Carey-st.

GAZETTE, MARCI 9.
LONDON FINANCE AND CONTRACT CORPORATION LIMITED, Cannon-st. Ct. High

Court. Meeting, creditors, March 19, at 11; contributories, at noon, at 33. Carey-st.
MINERVA VAILLESS HORSE SHOE (PATENT) SYNDICATE LIMITED, Queen Victoria-st.

Ct. High Court. Meeting, creditors, March 23, at 11; contributories, at noon, at 33, Carey-st.

NOTICE OF INTENDED DIVIDEND.

GAZETTE, MARCH 5.
THE PIONEER GREAT GRIMSBY CO-OPERATIVE BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURING

SOCIETY LIMITED. Great Grimsby. Ct. Great Grimsby. Last day for proofs,
March 20. Liquidator, Arthur Stewart Maples, Trinity House-la, Hull.

BIRTHS.
JEFFERSON.—On the 20th ult., at 3, Mount-st-cres, Dublin, the wife of Wood G. Jeffer-

son, Barrister-at-law, of a son.
VINCENT.--On the 4th inst., at Withersfield-rd, Haverhill, Suffolk, the wife of Charles
Cooper Vincent, of a daughter (stillborn).

MARRIAGES.
CHADWYCK HEALY-WATSON.-On the 2nd inst., at St. Mary Abbott's, Kensington,

Gerald Edward, eldest son of Charles E. H. Chadwyck Healy, Q.C., to Mary

Verena, only child of George Arthur Watson, of 20, Rutland-gate.
GLASGOW-DREW.-On the 2nd inst., at St. Mewan's Church, Cornwall, Richard Pike

Glasgow, of the Middle Temple. Barrister-at-law, to Anne Glanville, elder

daughter of the late James William Drew, of St. Austell. JENNINGS-COTTER.-On the 2nd inst., at Bromley-by-Bow Parish Church, Richard

Jennings, of 28, Basinghall-st. E.C., and Southbank, Redbill, Surrey, Solicitor, to

Ann Hannah (Annie), eldest daughter of Hugh Cotter, of Bow-rd, E. KENNINGTON_MORGAN.-On the 27th ult., at Tonbridge Parish Church, Allan, third

son of the late James Kennington, of Waitham Hall, Great Grimsby, and of Mrs.
Kennington, Tonbridge, to Kathleen, youngest daughter of the late W. H. Morgan,

Solicitor, and of Mrs. Morgan, Roseville, Tonbridge.
MOLONEY-OWEN LEWIS.-On the 2nd inst., at the Oratory, South Kensington, Sir

Alfred Moloney, K.C.M.G., Governor of the Windward Islands, to Frances, elder

daughter of Henry Owen Lewis, D.L., Inniskeen, co. Monaghan. PINCKNEY-HUNTER.-On the 27th ult., at Yokohama. Japan, Herbert Pinckney, Esq.,

second son of Wm. Pinckney, J.P., of Milford Hill, Salisbury, to Mary, daughter

of Patrick Hunter, J.P. and D.L. for Perthshire, N.B., late Major 82nd Regiment, ROSS-STEELE.—On the 22nd Jan., at Kobe, Japan, William Ross, of Yokohama,

member of the Society of Chartered Accountants, Edinburgh, to Florence Eva,
widow of Henry Steele, late of Yokohama, and third daughter of the late Charles

A. Fearon, Shanghai.
RYDE-SHAW.-On the 2nd inst., at St. Peter's Church, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Frank

Cecil Ryde, of 29, Great George-st, Westminster, youngest son of the late Edward
Ryde, Esq., of Poundfield House, Woking, Surrey, to Ethel Christina, fourth
daughter of the late William Henry Shaw, Solicitor of the Great Eastern Railway
Company, and of Mrs. Shaw, of Glenhaven, Cloudesley-rd, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

DEATHS.
BLOOMFIELD.--On the 27th ult, at Enniskillen, John Caldwell Bloomfield, D.L., Castle

Caldwell, co. Fermanagh, aged 74.
BRISTOWE.-On the 5th_inst., at 62, Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Samuel Boteler

Bristowe, Q.O., of Beesthorpe Hall, Notts, and 84, Onslow-grdns, late Judge of

Southwark County Court, in his 75th year.
CHANDLER.-On the 6th inst., at Melville Villa, Overhill-rd. Dulwich, S.E., Richard

Chandler, Solicitor, the eldest son of Thomas Hicks Chandler, of Rowde, Derizes,

Wilts, aged 60.
EMERTON.-On the 4th inst., at Banwell, Elizabeth Ellen, wife of Wolseley Emerton,

D.C.L., of Banwell Castle, Somerset, and only daughter of the late James Yates,

J.P., D.L., of Oakwood Hall, near Rotherham, Yorkshire, aged 50 years.
HOWE. On the 9th ult., Charles John Howe, of the late firm of Brownlow and Howe,

of 11, New-ct, Lincoln's-inn, Solicitors, aged 49.
MARSDEN.--On the 4th inst., at his residence, Fox Hill, Upper Norwood, Richard

Green Marsden, of 20, oid Cavendish-st, W., Solicitor, aged 55 years.
STEPHEN.-On the 3rd inst., Caroline Sibella, wife of the Hon. Mr. Justice Stephen,

of Sydney, N. S. Wales.

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In view of the deadlock so frequently occurring in the Queen's Bench Division-painfully conspicuous during the past week or more-the absolute failure of the Assize system, and the hopelessness of any reform, we have come to the conclusion that the Profession will do wisely to direct its energies to placing County Courts upon a satisfactory footing, with a view to the great bulk of the common law business of the country being done in those tribunals. We give in another column a record of their development, and we shall be glad to receive any suggestions from the Bench and the Profession. We are reversing our former attitude we mean to.

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The cases tried in the High Court (Queen's Bench Division) during the present sittings really compare unfavourably with much of the business which is daily disposed of in the County Courts; whilst some High Court judges seem prone to make a sport of the dual system of sittings in town and on circuit. Suitors at Biggleswade, Plymouth, or anywhere else are entitled to enter their causes in London. Why should they be driven to take advantage of the rotten and uncertain assize arrangements, under a penalty of being publicly scouted, or fined in costs disallowed, if they exercise their rights and elect to try in London ? Such experiences do much to kill litigation in the High Court. (a)

SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.. 453 COURT OF APPEAL.

LEADING ARTICLES. - Topics of the PAGE . RATLIFFE. — Partnership

Week-Briefs and the House of Articles-Death of

Commons - Foreign Policy and one partnerPurchase of business by surviving

Parliamentary Control-The Jubilee partner - Valuation - Goodwill

of the County Courts- The Ring Profits

63

and the Bookmaker-Sequestration Re MCGAREL (a lunatic). --Solicitor

- The New County Court Rules....... 453 Remuneration-Scale fee-Lease at

COMMENTS ON CASES

469 rack rent--Percentage

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OCCASIONAL NOTES.

460 Re LEVER; CORDWELL . LEVER.--

NOTES OF RECENT DECISIONS NOT Will--Absolute trust for sale--Dis

YET REPORTED

461 cretionary power to postpone

LAW LIBRARY .... Trustees not agreed.

PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS 461 THE GUARDIANS OF THE POOR OF THE

CRIMINAL LAW AND TRE JURISDICWEST DERBY UNION V. THE MET

TION OF MAGISTRATES, Quarter ROPOLITAN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI

Sessions

464 ETY-THE SAME V. PRIESTMAN.-

COUNTY COURTS. - Sittings of the Poor law

73

Courts-Poor Law: Guardians : DUMBELTON 1. WILLIAMS, TORREY,

Limitation of Time for Payment of FIELD LIMITED.-Practice

Debt; AND

Date from which such Payment into court before defence

limited time runs...

461 -Defence denying liability-Join

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.-Solicitors der of issue...

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and the Diamond Jubilee-Trade

Marks Act 1883: Jurisdiction of HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE.

Irish Courts - Festivities at the CHANCERY DIVISION.

King's Inns - Land Transfer DALTON 1. FITZGERALD.--Settlement

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FESSION

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472 schedule

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Rules Publication Act 1893: Rule of BURY UNION (resps.). - Poor law

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(a) (Before HAWKINS, J. and a Special Jury.)
Kitchener and Wife v. The Bedfordshire County Council.
During the opening of the proceedings by counsel,
HAWKINS, J. asked where Biggleswade was.
Counsel : In Bedfordshire, my Lord.
HAWKINS, J.: Is that a place where there are any assizes ?
Counsel: I think not, my Lord.
HAWKINS, J.: I thought there were.
Counsel: Not in Biggleswade.
HAWKINS, J.: Oh! no; not in Biggleswade.
Counsel having opened the plaintiffs' case,

HAWKINS, J. said: How comes this action to be brought here in London ?

Counsel : I suppose because Bedfordshire is so close, and we should have it tried sooner here.

HAWKINS, J.: There were assizes there last month.
Counsel : My Lord, I am not responsible.

HAWKINS, J.: It is too bad when the people are crying out for assizes in the country that, when they have got a case that the whole Bar would have danced with joy to have there, it should be set down in London.

Counsel : Not the whole Bar, my Lord.

In a Devonshire case the same judge refused to certify for a special jury because it was a Devonshire case.

[The answer to this is-Make all venues local ; then the Profession know where they are.]

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the Supreme Court-Rota of RegisSettlement by residence-Term of

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474 three years—Irremovability in each

THE GAZETTES.

474 year

88 BIRTIS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS ... 476 Vol. CII.-No. 2816.

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