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THE DIVORCE COURT.

WELLINGTON, October 22.

In the Divorce Court this morning the decree was made absolute in Bontsch v, Bontsch, Malcolm v. Malcolm, and Brodie v. Brodie.

In De Lautour v. De Lautour and Lees, the husband, who is a doctor at Tapanui, petitioned for divorce on the ground of his wife's adultery. Judge Richmond said he was satisfied that adultery had been committed, but the husband's conduct was such that he would, take time to consider whether he should grant a rule nisi.

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THE DIVORCE COURT., Issue 8044, 22 October 1889

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THE DIVORCE COURT. Issue 8044, 22 October 1889

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