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BANKRUPTCY ROLL.

The following is the business set down for the Bankruptcy Court sitting on Monday Be Alfred Henry Smith.—Motion for order of discharge. Be Robert Webster.—Motion for order of dischar 'e.

Be Thomas Anderson.—Motion for order declaring certain dealings of the bankrupt with Messrs C. and F. Coombs fraudulent and void, as against Official Assignee. Re John Murdoch Compbell.—Summons to Official Assignee to admit proof of debt of John Livingston.

There are also eighty-three motions for orders releasing the Official Assignee and for*the payment of any moneys belonging to the estates into the Public Trust Office.

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BANKRUPTCY ROLL., Issue 7922, 1 June 1889

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BANKRUPTCY ROLL. Issue 7922, 1 June 1889

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