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RE W. D. SUTHERLAND. A meeting of creditors in the estate of William Dunnett Sutherland, of Dunedin, grocer, will be held at the Official Assignee’s Office to-morrow afternoon.

The following is the bankrupt’s statement of liabilities ani assets;— Liabilities to unsecured creditors, L 2,112 10s. To secured creditors, L 1,330 Is; estimated value of securities, ‘1.5,237 11s lid; surplus to contra, L 907 lOslld. Assets: Stock-in-trade, L 1,853 17s 7d; book debts (L 706 19s 6d) estimated to realise L 500; cash in hand, Lll ; furniture, L 100; surplus from securities, L 907 10s 1 Id; total, L 3,372 8s Gd. The estate thus shows a surplus of L 1,259 18s 6d.

The unsecured creditors are as follows: J. Rattray and Son, L 524 Os 3d; D. M. Spedding, L 487 13s 8d ; W. G. Neill, L 283 6s jJ. Parke and Co., L 137 17s lOd; Hogg, Howison, and Nicol, LlO7 14s; Foster (rent), LB3 2s 6d ; Harty and Co., L 54 16s Id; W. Gregg and Co,, L 5115 5; Edwards, Bennett, and Co., L5918s 4d ; M’Gavin and Co., L 37 17s; F. Meenan, L 43 3s 2d; D. Strang (Invercargill), Ll9 Is 2d ; J. Cable, L 37 12s 4d ; Royse and Co., L 22 Is 6d; W. Strachan’s trustees, L 27 3s; Neill and Co., L2 8s 5d ; W. Scoular and Co., L2B 14s 9d ; Rose, Wilson, and Co., L2 8s; Phoenix Company, L2 17s 9d; Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co., L 6 7s 9d; M. Sinclair, LI 1 2s; W. Stewart, L 4 9s 8d; Anderson and Co., LlO Cs; City Corporation, L2l 12s 7d; sundry small accounts, L 45 Os 9d. The secured creditors are the National Bank of New Zealand, L 1,232; Dunedin Savings Bank, L 1,016 ss; Mrs Kerens, LI,020; Equitable Investment Company, L 1,061165.

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MEETING OF CREDITORS., Issue 8002, 3 September 1889

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MEETING OF CREDITORS. Issue 8002, 3 September 1889

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