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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