Cape Frontier Times

Cape Frontier Times 1850 2 April - June

Tuesday 2 April 1850

Lieut. DAWSOM, 45th Regt, being about to settle in the Northern Sovereignty, requests that all claims against him in the Colony be sent in to Mr. J. STONE, Solicitor, High-street, Graham's Town, on or before the 31st March, and in the Sovereignty to Mr. R. MONACH, Bloem Fontein.

Tuesday 9 April 1850

H.C. GALPIN
Chronometer, Watch and Clock Maker
(From London)
Begs to acquaint the Gentry and the Inhabitants of the Eastern Frontier that he has commenced business in New-street, Graham's Town, nearly opposite the "Prince Albert Hotel", and from the advantages he has had in Europe, and his intimate acquaintance with all the most improved and delicate mechanical constructions, trusts he shall meet with a share of public support. Horizontal, Detached Lever, Duplex, Compensated, Repeating, and all descriptions of Time Keepers, Musical Boxes &c cleaned, adjusted and repaired, with accuracy and care.
Chronometers rated by Astronomical observation. Dials, Vertical, Direct, Inclining, Reclining, or any other plane for any latitude, constructed and properly fixed.

Paymaster C.J. LINDAM, Rifle Brigade, being about to leave the colony, desires that all claims against him may be sent to him at King William's Town, without delay; and that all Cheques drawn by him on the Eastern Province Bank may be presented for payment before the 15th April 1850.

Tuesday 23 April 1850

Notice of Removal
Mr. Colin T. CAMPBALL, Notary Public and Agent, has removed his Office from Church Square to High Street, two doors from the Eastern Province Bank.
High Street, April 15 1850

Tuesday 30 April 1850

Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of Fredrik Charles WEBB
The Liquidation and Distribution Account of the above-mentioned Insolvent Estate will lie for inspection of Creditors, at the Master's Office, for a term of 14 day's date, after which the Hon'ble the Supreme Court will be moved to confirm the same, and order the Distribution thereof.
F. LUCAS, Sole Trustee
Graham's Town 32rd [sic] April 1820 [sic]

Tuesday 7 May 1850

Fluid Magnesia
Just Received by the undersigned a Consignment of the above.
Mr. EARLE having attached to his powerful Soda water Machine an apparatus for making the above article in its purest state, has after repeated careful experiments, produced an article quite equal to that of Sir James MURRAY – and now offers it with perfect confidence for the approval of the public.
Mr. EARLE's preparation contains more Magnesia than any I have seen, and he has enabled me to supply customers at considerably lower prices than usual.
R. READ

Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of Benjamin DICKS of Graham's Town, Baker.
All persons claiming to be Creditors under this Estate are required to take notice that the Undersigned have been duly elected to, and confirmed in, the appointment of Joint Trustees of the said Estate, and that the Master has appointed the Third Meeting to be held before the Resident Magistrate, at his Office at Graham's Town, on Wednesday the 29th day of May next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the proof of debts, for receiving the Trustees' Report, and also for the purpose of giving directions to the said Trustees as to the management of the said Estate.
And all persons indebted to the said Estate are required to pay the same to the Undersigned, on or before the above period, at the office of the Eastern Province Trust Company, Graham's Town, or proceedings will be instituted against them.
F. LUCAS
J.C. FRAMES
Joint Trustees

Notice to Creditors
Cape Town, 24th April 1850
In the Insolvent Estate of George POLLARD, of the Division of Fort Beaufort.
All persons claiming to be Creditors under this Estate are required to take notice that a Special Meeting of Creditors will be held before the Resident Magistrate, at his Office at Graham's Town, on the 29th day of May next, at 10 o'clock precisely, for the purpose of receiving a Report from the Trustee upon the affairs of the Estate &c &c, as determined upon at the Third Meeting of the Creditors, held under this Estate on the 17th April 1850, before the Resident Magistrate of Graham's Town.
F. LUCAS, Sole Trustee.

Tuesday 14 May 1850

Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of Jas. ATTWELL of Graham's Town.
All persons claiming to be Creditors under this Estate are required to take notice that the Undersigned have been duly elected to, and confirmed in, the appointment of Joint Trustees of the said Estate, and that the Master has appointed the third Meeting to be held before the Resident Magistrate, at his Office at Graham's Town, on Wednesday the 29th day of May next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the proof of debts, for receiving the Trustees' Report, and also for the purpose of giving directions to the said Trustees as to the management of the said Estate.
And all persons indebted to the said Estate are required to pay the same to the Undersigned prior to the said 31st May next, or proceedings will be instituted against them.
F. CARLISLE
Jas. McMASTER
Joint Trustees

Tuesday 28 May 1850

Notice of Removal
James FORDRED
Wholesale and Retail Draper &c &c
Respectfully informs the Public that he has removed from Pleasant Walk to those more convenient Premises lately occupied by Mr. HAINES and situated 2 doors above the present office of the Frontier Bank.

Tuesday 4 June 1850

Notice to Creditors
In the Insolvent Estate of William SIMPSON of King William's Town
The Liquidation and Distribution Account of the above-mentioned Insolvent Estate will lie for inspection of Creditors, at the Master's Office, for a term of 14 day's date, after which the Hon'ble the Supreme Court will be moved to confirm the same, and order the Distribution thereof.
F. LUCAS
E.J.M. SYFRET
Joint Trustees
May 30th 1850

Tuesday 18 June 1850

DIED at East London on the 15th inst, Elizabeth SIMPSON, Wife of Benjamin SIMPSON, Merchant, East London, aged 36 years. "May she rest in peace."

Notice
In consequence of the damage occasioned by wagons outspanning on the Farm, Ettrick Hill, Fish River Rand, the undersigned will demand of every person, wishing to outspan, the sum of one shilling and six pence per span of oxen. Parties refusing to comply with the above demand will not be allowed to outspan. All cattle found trespassing will be impunded.
W. Cole CURRIE

 

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