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MRS NICHOLSON'S BANKRUPTCY.

I DEBTOR FAILS TO APPEAR. ■ ■- . ■ The creditors of Annie Nicholson, married woman, late storekeeper of Whitianga, near Mercury Bay, met this afternoon at the office of the Official Assignee. The bankrupt's statement of affairs admitted liabilities amounting to £60 2/, while she estimated her assets at £77 8/, leaving a surplus of £17 6/. Creditors' claims, however, amount to £107 18/9. The meeting was convened for 2.30, but Mrs Nicholson did not appear. The Official Assignee said that he did not intend to spend any more of the creditors' money in proceeding against the debtor, but would submit all the papers to the Crown Solicitor direct. If the latter thought fit to prosecute, it would save the creditors expense. In the meantime the meeting was adjourned sine die.

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MRS NICHOLSON'S BANKRUPTCY. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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