Bankruptcy of Samuel Oakman refused

[Newspaper]

Publication: Boston Daily Advertiser

Boston, MA, United States
vol. 126, no. 121, p. 4, col. 2


COURT CALENDAR.


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Nov. 18.

IN ADMIRALTY LOWELL. J.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

 

In the matter of Samuel Oakman. - A discharge in bankruptcy was refused Samuel Oakman in March last, on the ground that while engaged in a somewhat extensive business conducted by him under the name of the Boston Bottle Works, he had failed to keep a proper cash account. Application was now made for a rehearing. The new evidence tended to show that Mr. Oakman did keep a cash book, to which he made entries of the payments made in his business. The judge decided upon this application, that the newly found book did not explain all the receipts of money, that the cash account was not satisfactory and not within the demand of the statute. The motion to rehear the case was accordingly denied. H. W. Paine for the bankrupt and C. Robinson, jr. for the objecting creditors.

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Keywords:Boston Bottle Works : Samuel Oakman
Researcher notes: 
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:May 27, 2008 by: David Wiecek;