14a, Bristo Place, Edinburgh
A Petition having been presented to the Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills, at the instance of Lister & Wright, Ring Makers, No. 61 Caroline Street, Birmingham, for Sequestration of the Estates of MAX GOLDMAN, Jeweller, &c., sometime carrying on business at 14A Bristo Place, Edinburgh, and residing in Melville Terrace there, but now furth of Scotland, his Lordship of this date granted Warrant for citing the said Max Goldman to appear in Court on the seventh day next after citation if within Scotland, and on the twenty-first day next after citation if furth of Scotland, to show cause why Sequestration should not be awarded ; all of which Intimation is hereby given.
ROB. JOHN CARVER, S.S.C., Agent.
30 Castle Street, Edinburgh,
13th May 1897
Source: The Edinburgh Gazette - 14th May 1897
The estates of MAX GOLDMAN, Jeweller, &c., sometime carrying on business at 14A Bristo Place, Edinburgh, and residing in Melville Terrace there, but now furth of Scotland, were Sequestrated on the 7th day of June 1897, by the Court of Session. The first Deliverance is dated the 13th day of May 1897. The Meeting to elect the Trustee and Commissioners is toÂ»be held at twelve o'clock noon, on Tuesday the 15th day of June 1897, within Lyon & Turnbull's Rooms, No. 51 George Street, Edinburgh. A Composition may be offered at this Meeting ; and to entitle Creditors to the first Dividend, their oaths and grounds of debt must be lodged on or before the '7th day of October 1897. The Sequestration has been remitted to the Sheriff of the Lothians and Peebles at Edinburgh. All future Advertisements relating to this Sequestration will be published in the Edinburgh Gazette alone.
ROB. JOHN CALVER, S.S.C.,
30 Castle Street, Edinburgh, Agent.
Source: The Edinburgh Gazette - 8th June 1897
SEQUESTRATION of MAX GOLDMAN, Jeweller, &c., sometime carrying on business at 14A Bristo Place, Edinburgh, and residing in Melville Terrace there, but now furth of Scotland. WILLIAM BROD1E GALBRAITH, Chartered Accountant, Glasgow, has been elected Trustee on the Estate; and Ernest Charles Barr, Accountant, Glasgow, and Alexander Sutherland, S.S.C., Edinburgh, have been elected Commissioners. The Examination of the Bankrupt will take place in the Sheriff Court House, Edinburgh, on Tuesday the 6th day of July 1897, at two o'clock P.M. The Creditors will meet in the Chambers of Walter & W. B. Galbraith, C.A., 107, Buchanan Street, Glasgow, on Thursday the 15th day of July 1897, at twelve o'clock noon.
W. B. GALBRAITH, C.A., Trustee.
107 Buchanan Street, Glasgow,
28th June 1897.
Source: The Edinburgh Gazette - 29th June 1897