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Martin Kosminski

Post by Karen on Wed 8 Sep 2010 - 3:01

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869.
In the London Bankruptcy Court.

In the matter of Martin Kosminski, of No. 37, Milk-street, in the city of London, and late of 36, New North-road, but now of No. 5, Loraine-road, Holloway, both in the county of Middlesex, Wholesale Furrier and Woolen Merchant, adjudicated Bankrupt on the 11th day of March, 1880.

A GENERAL Meeting of the Creditors of the said Martin Kosminski is hereby summoned to be held on Wednesday, the 5th day of May, 1880, at twelve o'clock at noon, at the office of Messrs. Plunkett and Leader, No. 60, Saint Paul's Churchyard, in the city of London, in accordance with the provisions of the said Act, to sanction the acceptance by the Trustee of an offer made by or on behalf of the said bankrupt for a scheme of settlement of the affairs of the said bankrupt in the matter following, that is to say -
That the Trustee shall sell to the said bankrupt, or to such person as he shall nominate for that purpose, the whole of the property of the said bankrupt for such sum as shall be sufficient to pay the creditors of the said bankrupt a composition of three shillings in the pound upon and in satisfaction of the amount of their respective claims, together with all costs, charges, and expenses of and incidental to the proceedings for liquidation of the affairs of the said bankrupt instituted in this Court and of these proceedings, and to the obtaining of the sanction of the creditors to and the confirmation by the Court of the said scheme of settlement, and to the carrying the same into effect, such compositions, costs, charges, and expenses to be paid to the said Trustee within one week, and to be by him duly paid and distributed among the creditors and persons entitled to the same within fourteen days after the confirmation by the said Court under the 28th section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1869, of the said scheme of settlement, and further, that the said Trustee shall convey and assign to the said bankrupt or his nominee, the said estate in such a manner as may be necessary, or the Court shall direct for the purpose of carrying out the said scheme of settlement, and that upon the payment of the aforesaid composition, costs, charges, and expenses as aforesaid, thereupon the said bankruptcy be annulled. - Dated this 24th day of April, 1880.
EDWARD P. EVERETT, 105, Cheapside, London, Trustee.

Source: The London Gazette, April 27, 1880, Page 2768


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Post by Karen on Sun 10 Apr 2011 - 11:50

The following was found in the Jewish Standard of July 27, 1888:

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Source: The Jewish Standard, July 27, 1888, Page 2

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Post by Karen on Sun 10 Apr 2011 - 13:59

Here is a Martin and Moses Wolf Kosminski, wholesale furriers, who have appointed a trustee:

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Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 1:07

It would appear that Martin Kosminski or his father, who may also have been named Martin, was an inventor. Here is his patent for a harness that he invented in 1878.

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Harness. - M. Kosminski, Aldermanbury, London. {2179}

Source: Iron, Saturday June 8, 1878, Page 19


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Re: Martin Kosminski

Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 1:12

Here is his patent for a winding-up apparatus for clocks:

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Winding-up Apparatus for clocks, &c., - M. Kosminski, Aldermanbury, London. {705}

Source: Iron, Saturday March 2, 1878, Page 17


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Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 1:16

Here is his patent for an article of dress for ladies:

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522. Articles of Dress for Ladies. - This invention relates to forming boas, tippets, and other neck protectors with a spring therein, bent to the configuration of the neck, so that the article may be held to the neck simply by the elastic force of the spring without the necessity for other fastening. A victorine or tippet is sometimes combined with a boa thus arranged. A muff, muff-bag, or other bag, is sometimes connected so as to be suspended to the hanging ends of such neck protector by swivel or such like means. And the fastening of the mouth of a muff-bag is from the interior of the muff, so as to offer increased facility against illicit opening. - M. Kosminski, 36, New North Road, London.

Source: Iron, Saturday August, 28, 1875, Page 21


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Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 1:27

Mr. Martin Kosminski has invented a harness apparatus which is likely, if proved practicable, to come into general use. Its object is to relieve a fallen horse from the shafts of cab or carriage with much more expedition than can be accomplished at present, and thereby to prevent damage both to horse and vehicle. The patent consists simply in withdrawing a pin from a particular part of the saddle or collar, and thereby disconnecting the shafts from the horse.

The patent was brought under the notice of a large crowd at Astley's Theatre on Saturday afternoon; but, owing to the obduracy of the trained horse, who was compelled to fall when it saw no occasion for so doing, the experiment was not so successful as it might have been. The general opinion of practical men was that the invention was excellent as applied to the saddle, but that it did not meet all the case. The shaft is often broken by the fall, and, of course, no patent harness is then of any use, so far as the shaft is concerned. If Mr. Kosminski would devise a patent for preventing horses from falling, or for ensuring the safety of shaft and horse in a break-down, he would soon realise a fortune.

Source: The Echo, Monday September 30, 1878, Page 2

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Council of the United Synagogue

Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 18:03

M. Kosminski was a member of the Council of the United Synagogue:

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Source: The Jewish Standard, January 25, 1889, Page 8

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Election for Council

Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 18:08

In 1888, M. Kosminski was the successful candidate in the election of the honorary offices in the United Synagogue:

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Source: The Jewish Standard, May 11, 1888, Page 2

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1888 Meeting

Post by Karen on Wed 13 Apr 2011 - 18:12

On November 6, 1888, M. Kosminski attended a council meeting which was held at the Central Synagogue Chambers, Lord Rothschild in the chair.

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Source: The Jewish Standard, November 9, 1888, Page 3

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Application

Post by Karen on Tue 19 Apr 2011 - 1:00

Here is the announcement of a new application for an article of dress invented by Martin Kosminski:

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Source: Iron, May 22, 1875, Page 663

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1727. Articles of Dress, and appliances connected therewith. - This invention relates to forming boas, tippets, neckties, &c., with a spring bent to the configuration of the neck, so that the article is held to the neck by the elastic force of the spring. A muff, muff bag, or other bag is sometimes connected so as to be suspended to the hanging ends of such neck protector, and the fastening of the mouth of a muff bag is from the interior of the muff. - M. Kosminski, 36, New North Road, London.

Source: Iron, Nov. 27, 1875, Page 690

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