TAPPER v. TAPPER.
TO THE EDITOR.
Sir,—lt was not out of any disrespect to the Bench that I did not appear in this case; my wife did not deliver the summons to me till 7 o’clock this (Friday) evening, as tho policeman who called at my house can substantiate, Had she given it to me last night I should certainly have attended the Court, as there are many facts tho public have a right to know, which the Official Assignee in the bankrupt estate of James M'Donald, Mr Marsden (tinsmith), my eldest brother Robert, Mr Lee (late A. Tapper and Lee), and all my brothers and sisters can testify, I must ask tho public to hold over their opinion for a little while. I don’t deny chasing him round the block of buildings, but I could not get near enough to strike him after he had struck me first.—l am, etc., Georoe A. Tapx’er. Dunedin, October 4.
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TAPPER v. TAPPER., Evening Star, Issue 8030, 5 October 1889
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