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Smith, a saloonkeeper in Cariboo, was a prisoner in the Victoria jail. Unable to meet his engagements with his creditors, he requested that adjudication of bankruptcy be made against him.Includes petition.
Continuation of bankruptcy case of Robertson. Includes examination of bankrupt; affidavits of J. Doughy, W. Culverwell, and Hemingway; appointment of trade assignees; and summons to sureties.
Carter had declared himself a bankrupt prior to his death as supported by the documents. Includes inventory of house and furniture, affidavit of truth, petition for adjudication, declaration of inability to meet engagements, affidavit of bankruptc...
Mecredy was indebted to his son for money that was lent to him. Includes summons; order regarding creditors assignees and their solicitors; affidavits of A.B. Mecredy, J.J. Mecredy (with statement of accounts of T.H. Mecredy), and service of dupli...
Brown is in jail for an unpaid balance owed on whiskey. While in jail, Brown petitioned the court to be declared bankrupt.Includes adjudication of bankruptcy; notice from the registrar suggesting summons; statements of Brown, and the Governor of t...
The bankrupts were involved in the publishing and printingbusiness with Harris & Co. who claimed the men were indebted to them. Includes receipt of W.S. Green for bond and affidavit of W.L Mitchell and W.S. Green.
Regarding Changtsoo, trading as Yau Wo Sang Company Changtsoo was unable to meet his engagements with his creditors and petitioned the court to be declared bankrupt.Includes petition for adjudication of bankruptcy.