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THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY…

SONS OF TEMPERANCE.

REV. T. W. MEDHURST AT BRIDGEND.

FAILURE OF A BARRY DOCK GLAZIER.

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FAILURE OF A BARRY DOCK GLAZIER. A meeting of the creditors of Mr. Israel ITepp, glass dealer, of Holton-ro: d. Barry Dock, was held on Tuesday at the office of the Cardiff Official Receiver (Mr. T. II. St.-ph"!1:-). Queen-streat, Cardiff.—The debtor, by his statement of affairs, showed liabilities £ 159 Os. :3d. expected to rank for dividend assets, £ 27 19s. lid. ana preferential debts. £ 2 16s. 7d., leaving a balance of £ 25 3s. 4d. The deficiency account is put at £ 276 5s. 3d., and is reduced to £ 133 "17s. ?d. after giving credit for estimated net profits. The receiving order was made upon a creditor's petition in consequence of the debtor's failure to comply with the require- ments of a bankruptcy notice. The debtor (who is a foreigner) came to Liverpool in December, 1887, and worked his passage in a ship to Cardiff. He earned his livelihood as a jobbing glazier, and subsequently in June, 1889, having obtained a good connection among builders in the district, he started with a capital of £ 45 as a painter and glazier, taking small contracts. In June. 1890. he removed to Barry Dock, and continued the same business. The building trade suddenly came to a standstill there, and the debtor was unable to obtain the money due to him from builders.—No resolution was paused, and the matter was left in the hands of the official receiver.

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