In the Matter of ADIE AND LOVEKIN Limited and Reduced; and in the Matter of the Companies Acts, 1867 and 1877.
Notice is hereby given, that the Order of the High Court of Justice (Chancery Division), dated the 10th day of August, 1905, confirming the reduction of the capital of the above named Company, from £46,000 to £37,000, and the Minute (approved by the Court), showing with respect to the capital of the Company as altered, the several particulars required by the above statutes were registered by the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies, on the twenty-second day of August, 1905; and further take notice that the said Minute is in the words and figures following:—"The capital of Adie and Lovekin Limited and Reduced is from henceforth £37,000, divided into 1,000 preference shares of £10 each, and 4,500 ordinary shares of £6 each, instead of the prior capital of £46,000 divided into 1,000 preference shares at £10 each, and 4,500 ordinary shares of £8 each. At the time of the registration of this Minute the whole of the said 1,000 preference shares and 4,070 of the said ordinary shares have been issued, and have been and are to be deemed paid up as follows, that is to pay, the said 1,000 preference shares to the extent of £10 per share, and the said 4,070 ordinary shares to the extent of £6 per share. None of the remaining 430 ordinary shares have been issued."—Dated the 24th day of August, 1905.
FIELD, ROSCOE, and CO., 36, Lincoln's-Inn-fields, London, W.C.; Agents for PINSENT and CO., Birmingham, Solicitors for the Company.
Source: The London Gazette - 29th August 1905