THE GEORGE STREET TRAGEDY.
CLEMENTS BEFORE THE COURT. Charles Clements, the allegeed wife murderer, has sufficiently recovered to permit of his removal from the hospital to the gaol. At eleven o'clock this morning Clements was brought before Messrs J. I. Jones and W. D. Hanlon, justices, at the a r,, urt ' and cnar B e(i with murdering Ruth Ann Clements, his wife, on or about the 15th "Tt'' ?/ c " ttln 8 her throat with a knife. Mr Hanlon: I appear for accused. Sergeant O'Neill: In this case the ipquest touching the death of Mrs Clements stands adjourned until half-past ten on Tuesday mornlne;., J, therefore respectfully ask for a remand until then. Mr Hanlon: The application is a reason able one I offer no objection. Accused was remanded accordingly. . Clements, as he appeared in the dock this morning with his throat bandaged up, seemed to take little interest in the proceedings. He is a man of about sft Bin in heisht.
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THE GEORGE STREET TRAGEDY., Evening Star, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
THE GEORGE STREET TRAGEDY. Evening Star, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897
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