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118 K. 0 BAYNTUN. A meeting in tho estate of Urnest Coventry Uayntun, of Duncdin, clerk, waß fixed for this afternoon. There was no quorum. Mr Stanford appeared for the bankrupt. Bankrupt's statement showed L 129 3j due to unsecured creditors, and assets nil. The principal creditors are William Bayntun, L3O; John Milton, Ll7; Dr Davies, LIC; W. Wright, L 10; Glover, L 7 10s ; I>. liethune, L 5 10s ; and F. Smith and Co., LC 15s. Examined on oath, bankrupt said that he had earned only L 215 during tho fiur j'ears he had been in the colony. Most of h!s debts wero for common accessaries. He had a wife and two children to support. At present he was earning LI 15s per week, with hou'e-room found. He had recelvt d absolutely nothing from Home. He had not paid lately, so far as he could remember, nor at any time, so large a sum as 1 6. Most of his debts were three years old, incurred when he waß doing nothing. 'lhs LSO due to W 1 iam B-yntun, his brother, was for money lont in different sums. He had to file owing to pressure. Two judgment summonses were out Bgainßt him, and he was threatened with a third. Ho had no expectations, and his friends were unable to help him. Tho only creditor present, Mr Milton, oxpressed himself as satkfkd with bankrupt's statement. Meeting formally adjourned until MonJaj*.

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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS., Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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