Taken from “The London Gazette”, 24th October 1916

NOTICES OF INTENDED DIVIDENDS

Ernest Edward Hobinstock
- residing at 59 Park Road, Chiswick, Middlesex
Edward Bonny – residing at 11 Woodland Crescent, Highgate, Middlesex
…..co-partnership Victor and Bonny, at 57 Queen Victoria St.l, 111 Fleet St., 5 Leadenhall St., all London EC
…..Tailors
No. 741 of 1915
LAST DAY FOR RECEIVING PROOFS – November 7th, 1916
TRUSTEES – Benjamin Thomas Norton, 9 Old Newry Chambers, London, EC

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 28th April, 1916

ORDERS MADE ON APPLICATIONS FOR DISCHARGE

DEBTOR’S NAME – Ernest Edward Hobinstock
ADDRESS – 57 Queen Victoria Street, 111 Fleet Street and 5 Leadenhall Street, all London EC and residing at 59 Park Road, Chiswick, Middlesex
DESCRIPTION – Tailor, carrying on subiness in co-partnership with another, as Victor and Bonny.
COURT – High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy
No. 741 of 1915
DATE OF ORDER – March 30th, 1916
NATURE OF ORDER MADE – Discharge of Ernest Edward Hobinstock suspended for 2 years. Bankrupt to be discharged as from 30th March 1918.
Grounds named in Order for refusing as Absolute Order of Discharge – Bankrupt’s assets are not of a value equal to 10s in the pound on the amont of his unsecured liabilities; that he had omitted to keep such books of account as are usual and proper in the business carried on by him and as sufficiently disclose his business transactions and financial position with the 3 years immediately preceding his bankruptcy; had continued to trade after knowing himself to be insolvant; and had contributed to his bankruptcy by unjustifiable extravangance in living.

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 10th March 1916

APPLICATIONS FOR DEBTOR’S DISCHARGE

Ernest Edward Hobinstock - 59 Park Road, Chiswick, Middlesex carrying on business in co-partnership with Edward Bonny as Victor and Bonny, at 57 Queen Victoria St., 111 Fleet St., 5 Leadenhall St., all in London.
…..Tailor
PLACE – High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy
No. 32 of 1908
DAY FIXED FOR HEARING – March 30, 1916 – 11:00am, Bankruptcy Bldgs, Carey St., London WC

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 29th February 1916

NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS

E. E. Hobinstock – 59 Park Road, Chiswick, Middlesex
Edward Bonny – 11 Woodlands Crescent, Highgate, Middlesex
…..co-partnership Victor and Vonny – 57 Queen Victoria St., 111 Fleet St., 5 Leadenhall St., all London
…..Tailors
No. 741 of 1915
AMOUNT PER POUND – 6s (First)
WHEN PAYABLE – March 8th, 1916 between 10:00am – 1:00pm or on any subsequent day between same hours.
WHERE PAYABLE – At the Office of Messrs. Armitage and Norton, Chartered Accountants, 9 Old Jewry-Chambers, London, E.C.

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 8th February, 1916

DEBTOR’S NAME – Edward Bonny
ADDRESS – Residing at 11 Woodlands Crescent, Highgate, Middlesex, carrying on business in co-partnership with Ernest Edward Hobinstock as “Victor and Bonny” at 57 Queen Victoria Street, 111 Fleet Street and 5 Leadenhall Street, all in the City of London
DESCRIPTION – Tailor
COURT – High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy
No. 741 of 1915
DATE FIXED FOR HEARING – March 2nd, 1916 – 11:00am, Bankruptcy Bldg, Carey St., London, WC

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 12th October 1915

FIRST MEETINGS AND PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

Ernest Edward HOBINSTOCK - Residing at 59 Park Rd., Chiswick
and
Edward BONNY – residing at 11 Woodlands Cres., Highgate, Middlesex
Victor and Bonny – at 57 Queen Victoria St., 111 Fleet Street, and 5 Leadenhall St., all London E.C.
…..Tailors
No. 741 of 1915
DATE OF FIRST MEETING – Oct 20th, 1915 – 12 noon
PLACE – Bankruptcy Buildings, Carey Street, London
DATE OF PUBLIC EXAMINATION – November 10th, 1915 – 11:00am
PLACE – as above
ADJUDICATIONS – Date of Order – October 8th, 1915
– Date of Filing Petition – October 8th, 1915

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, January 31, 1908

Notice is hereby given that the Partnership lately subsisting between us the undersigned, Edward Hobinstock and George Fitzgerald Williams, carrying on business as Furriers, at 5 Playhouse-yard, Golden Lane, E.C., in the city of London, under the style or firm of HENRY AND WILLIAMS, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to or owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Edward Hobinstock, who will continue the said business under the style or firm of E. Henry & Co..
- As witness our hand this 27th day of January, 1908
G.F. WILLIAMS
EDWARD HOBINSTOCK

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 8th July 1890

NOTICES OF RELEASE OF TRUSTEES

DEBTORS NAMES
- Hugo Hobinstock, lately 23 Mildmay Park, now 6 Maze Villas, Priory Park, Kew Gardens, both in Middlesex
- Julius Hobinstock, lately 38 Mildmay Park, now 20 Mortlake Road, Kew Gardens
- Hobinstock Brothers, 9 LongLane, London and 13 Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex
DESCRIPTIONS – Wholesale Furriers
COURT – High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy
No. 1185 of 1886
TRUSTEE’S NAMS – William Walter Read of 49 Queen Victoria St., E.C., Chartered Accountant
DATE OF RELEASE – June 28, 1890

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Taken from “The London Gazette”, 10th August 1888

ORDERS MADE ON APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE

Hugo Hobinstock – lately 22 Mildmay Park, Middlesex, now 6 Maze Villas, Priory Park, Kew Gardens, Middlesex
Julius Hobinstock - lately 38 Mildmay Park, Middlesex, now 20 Mortlake Road, Kew Gardens
Hobinstock Bros. – 9 Long Lane, London and 13 Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex
…..Wholesale Furriers

High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy
No. 1185 of 1886

DATE OF ORDER – July 13, 1886

Discharge suspended for 2 years from 17th June, 1887. Bankrupts to be discharged as from 17th June 1889.
The books kept by the bankrupts do not sufficiently disclose their business transactions and financial position within the 3 years preceding their bankruptcy.

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Taken from “The London Gazette” 17th May 1887

APPLICATION FOR DEBTOR’S DISCHARGE

DEBTORS’ NAMES
- Hugo Hobinstock and Julius Hobinstock, trading as Hobinstock Brothers

ADDRESS
- Hugo Hobinstock – lately 22 Mildmay Park, now Maze-Villas Priory Park, Kew Gardens, both in Middlesex.
- Julius Hobinstock – lately 38 Mildmay Park, now 20 Mortlake Road, Kew Gardens
- Hobinstock Brothers - 9 Longland, London and 13 Upper Street, Islington, Middlesex

DESCRIPTION – Wholesale Furriers

COURT – High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy

No. 1185 of 1886

DAY FIXED FOR HEARING – June 17, 1887 – 11:00am

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