3 Straits L.J. 1 (1890)

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AND REPORTER.
PUBLISHED MONTHLY.
FOR THE STRAITS SETTLEMENTS AND SIAM.

VOL. III. No. 2.5.

CONTENTS.

PA
Bankruptcy Notices   ...  ...   ...   ...
N otes   ...      .              .    ...
Consolidated Regulations of the Inns of Court
Supreme Court:-
Hoo Ah Boon and H. T. Haughton      ...
Lewis  v. Graham   ...  ...   ...   ...
Yeo Kian Guan v. Seah Liang Seah    ...
Magistrate's Deision:-
Reg. v. Wee Kim Chuan and Pong Yow
Kiat      ...
Magistrates' Appeal:.
Reg. v. Wee Sim Tian, Jok Ah Lok, Kow
Toek Seng, Tan Quee Lim. Chan Jee Joo,
and Neo Hook Leong     .    ...   ...

GE.
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BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.
Government Gazette, May 9th, 1890.
JOHN SPINK NEAVE, 8, Raffles Place, S.. (33
of 1890), First Meeting, 14th May, 1890; Public
Examination, 19th May, 1890-
A. J. MONTEIRO, 30, Queen Street. s., (35 of
1890), Intended Dividend. 9th May, 1890.
A. L. KOENITZ, Sepoy Lines, S., (33 of 1889),
Intended Dividend, 9th May, 1890.
GULAM MEYDIN & Co., No. 109, Market Street,
S., (39 of 1890), Receiving Order, 5th May, 1890.
WONG OHEOK, No. 24, Tringganu Street. S.,
(52 of 1890), Receiving Order, 12th May. 1890.
TAN KIM YA-I, No. 68. Boat Quay, S., (34 of
1890), Receiving Order, 13th May, 1890.
MAY 23rd, 1890.
Lit TANG Lim. 19, Malacca Street, S., (40 of
1890), First Meeting, 5th June, 1890; Public Ex-
amination. 16th June. 1890.
Chop  KWANG CHEANG. 13, Merchant Road.
S.. (71 of 1889). First Meeting. 3rd June, 1890;
Public Examination. 9th June, 1890.

JUNE, 1890.

Chop  BUANG TIAN, 11 and 12, Merchant
Road, S. (8 of 1890), First Meeting. 3rd June,
1890; Public Examination, 9th June, 1890.
JOHN MARIANO Lonoviwo CORNELIUS. 217-1,
Queen Street, S.. (16 of 1890), First Meeting, 4th
June, 1890; Public Examination, 9th June, 1890.
GEORGE DUNCAN MCINTYRE, Ophir Road, S.,
(44 of 1890), First Meeting. 4th June, 1890; Public
Exauination, 9th June, 1890.
On the 16th April, at Camberley, Surrey, Lady
PHILLIPPO, wife of Sir GEORGE PHILLIPPO, late
Chief Justice of Bongkong. and formerly Senior
Puisne Judge, Straits Settlements.
NOTES.
-:0:-
It is not possible, except in the clearest
cases, for a prosecutor to have all neces-
sary witnesses in attendance at the Police
Court, but Justices are wrong, in indic-
table offences, to remand and continually
remand cases, without taking evidence,
from week to week-a simple remand with-
out evidence taken cannot be for more
than three days-(11 and 12, Vic. c. 42, s.
21). He may by warrant remand the
accused for eight clear days upon reason-
able grounds, but in the absence of evi-
dence, there are no grounds, and the re-
mand is illegal and improper, the warrant
being exhausted. Things are not so bad
since the Attorney-General has given
special attention to the Police Courts of the
Colony, and the procedure has of late years
vastly improved.

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