[by telegraph.] , Wellington, To-day. In the Divorce Court to-day decrees .' absolute were granted without opposition 1 "in the following cases:—Claridge v. ClaV. ridge (Dunedin) ; White v. White (Wel- ... Ijngton) ; Millicharnp v. Millicharnp (WelJ lington); Goldstein v. Goldstein (Duneh din); Hornby v. Hornby (Dunedin). ‘Decree nisi was granted in the cases of Winton v. Winton (Dunedin), and Vance v Vause (Dunedin). The case of MarT shall v. Marshall was adjourned to Dunedin, in order to compel the attendance of the girl on-whom it was alleged the respondent had committed rape. The Court r' 'then adjourned.
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DIVORCE COURT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 636, 15 May 1882
DIVORCE COURT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 636, 15 May 1882
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