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CAPITAL FINANCE COMPANY.

CAPITAL FINANCE COMPANY.

A meeting of tbs creditors of the Capital Finance Company (Limited) was held yesterday the Carev-street offices of tbe Board of Trade in Companies winding up. Mr. Culley, Assistant Official Receiver, who presided, stated that no occounta iiad been fdeil, and that the meagre iuio
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE DENTISTS ACT,

THE DENTISTS ACT,

At Bow-street Police Court yesterday the ease of “Scott RaastU,'’ who was summoned by the British Dental Association for using the description ’* surgeon-dentist,” though he was not registered under the Dentists Act of 1878, on for decision. Mr. Rutzcn. baring reviewed the facts
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

DAWSON v. DIGGLE FOE £2OO. «• > time, lw«, ilm*., wing background. ia tbi men he registtod ••, «p«it whan Deemeeftwle btawK eepeble sUtt 3,000 polite in » (OOM ef 21,000 op. nn terms a match •*•- - tveca the pair at' ih« Argyll Hall, Bagautatr Tb. mrtrb »Ul eenn - ietomt. eomteg
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Blizzard at Davos.

Blizzard at Davos.

Blizzard Davos. Our Correspondent write*: The visitors Davos have just had experience o£ Alpine blizzard. The mercury ho* gone down as low as 14deg. (Fahrenheit) below zero, with oecaeionally etrong north wind blowing. Ae a rale very low temperatures the high Alps cause little in
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
REQUIRED iamedUtelr. £2B: Puloaiaald, TJ OUBKUAID REQUIRED who Boat wait upon £2l; Houaw parlourmaid (tea Ho««^wloWB*W £»' Scotcfa Hr«anU kimlly

REQUIRED iamedUtelr. £2B: Puloaiaald, TJ OUBKUAID REQUIRED who Boat wait upon £2l; Houaw parlourmaid (tea Ho««^wloWB*W £»' Scotcfa Hr«anU kimlly

apply, write, ttaUon and Watna, Itoaae-Parlmirmald, Houflc-ParlonrniaMi, £lB. Many Kenalrmton. »* w --»"° BtS rjARUOUEMAID WANTED ; must Im tail •»«*,» waitress; kept; balp alrcn day.—Apply, from nine to nine, write* 1, age Mto 39; wa«eB £26, all found.—AptJy. by letter firtt, t
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Opp Jo& I 27. CHESTNUT GELDING.

Opp Jo& I 27. CHESTNUT GELDING.

Opp Jo& 27. CHESTNUT GELDING. 88. CHESTNUT MARE. SSt. BROWN COB: aaiet to rwln, qaiet Id 20l USLDINO; quirt In hamev. 31. BAIT OELDINU; qaiet toMneta. 31a. Van with Hoops and Sheet. I 31b. Roraea. BLACK MAKE; to ride, Quiet Womb. 33. BROWN UKLDOVO; quiet to heroes*. BROWN GBLUIKO
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
ADO GAN ESTATE. mO SOLD.—J. R. CUTHBERTSON OFFERS for J. BALE Capital HOUSES for JC4.UCU, £5.000 about Cadoi(an-fis»nlei>B, Drajcult-place, SloasaatrceC.—Appl>

ADO GAN ESTATE. mO SOLD.—J. R. CUTHBERTSON OFFERS for J. BALE Capital HOUSES for JC4.UCU, £5.000 about Cadoi(an-fis»nlei>B, Drajcult-place, SloasaatrceC.—Appl>

«2. Bloane-atrget. Cadogan placc. "PACING ROTTEN ROW. THOR Fabruarr end March, 25g9. per week for Fine J; TOWN KESIDENCE. with rooro*. ha*ing a good *lew over (be Park ami Kow; 11 bed and tireming rooms, Ove recepUoorooms. Also another Mansion far disposal with similar vie* over
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
AranM wi -ton ««*»*anM®«n I°nmn*™»q» qHnojqjluara »».

AranM wi -ton ««*»*anM®«n I°nmn*™»q» qHnojqjluara »».

January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
The Four Groups.

The Four Groups.

The Colonies of the British Crown may be roughly divided, regards their Constitution, into four groups : (1) Some have no Legislative Council. Legislative and executive authority alike are vested in the Governor, and in certain cases, e.g., Gibraltar, express power is reserved t
January 8, 1901 - Morning Post - London, London, England