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THE BANKRUPTCY OF MR E.W. MILLS.

[By Telegraph.J Wellington, To-day. A meeting of Mr E. W. Mills’ creditors will be held this afternoon. The liabilities are Li56,30i. —The following are the principal creditors : Secured—-New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency, L34,2ii ; A. De Brandon, Li,020 ; Hornby and Son, Lincolnshire, L 748 ; M'Ewen and Co., London, L 689 ; Crossman Bros., New York, Li,369. Partly secured—Bank of New Zealand, 1.53,192 ; Keep Bros., Birmingham, Trustees of Bennett’s estate, Li,600. Unsecured —Bank of New Zealand, Li 2,320; Andrews and Anderson, Christchurch, Li,Q25 ; Levin and Co., Wellington, Li,468 ; Krull and Co., Wellington, L 658 ; Thompson, Shannon, and Co., Wellington, L 784 ; Thompson, Sterne, and Co., Glasgow, L 456; Turnbull and Co., Wellington, L 437 ; Brandon and Son, Wellington, L3OO. There are numerous other creditors for small amounts. The assets set down at Li 97,428, are as follows ; —Landed property, 1,16,863; household property, warehouse, &c., 1,55,343 ; shares in various companies, L 2,335 ; stock, 1.50,500; book debts (good), 1,55,400; ditto (bad and doubtful) 1,3,000 ; bills received, contract deposits, and cash, 1-9,973-

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THE BANKRUPTCY OF MR E.W. MILLS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881

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THE BANKRUPTCY OF MR E.W. MILLS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 295, 17 March 1881

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