An inquest was commenced at Napier on Tuesday on the body of an infant. The circumstances as reported are thatasinglegirl was three months aqo married to a laborer named Kyle. Some nine or ten days ago she was taken ill, and told her husband she had had a miscarriage. Subsequent appearances led the woman attending her to suspect something more, and information was finally given to the police. Detective Grace taxed her with having given birtli to a child. She Btrenuously denied this at first, but on Detective Grace proceeding to search she got her husband out of the room, and then told the detective that the child was hanging in a bag on a rail covered by dresseß. Ho found the body as described with some marks on it. After preliminary evidence was taken, the inquest was adjourned until the 12th inst. The income of the Free Church of Scotland this year is L 635.939, being an increase of IMfiOO as cttoJpUYo\i with last year.
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