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A Husband's Wilful Neglect.

A CLIAKGH OF MANrtLA-USniEU

United Press A^aocijitioti—By Eloctric

Telegraph

Auckland, July 17

T.h« circumstances of tho death of Mr.Rebocoa Grijrg, at her reude'»ce Arch Ilili, as revealed'at the inquest, are of a sensational character. Tbe evidence showed that deceased was very itiu'h emaciated. J)r Death said that had meliea! aid been rcuuored v fortnight prior t the womnn'fl dos»th there was every possibility that life would hiva prclon^e-J, in fact, hor life might havo b»flu savwd Ceath wis due to aa a! scoss. In n'lruin? to their verdict, the jury, in accordnn^j with trie summing up of Coroner Greehiui also found that death v;as accelerated by the wilful nogleat of tho husband, Frf.nsiH George Grigg, who wa3 subsequently arrested on a charge of manslaughter. Grigg appeared at the Police Court ihis morning and was remanded.

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A Husband's Wilful Neglect., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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A Husband's Wilful Neglect. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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