A HUSBAND’S SUICIDE.
[Fee United Peess Association.]
AUCKLAND, December 1.
The inquest on Albon George Gaudin, who on November 14 shot his wife and then comitted suicide, was resumed to-day. Airs Gaudin in her evidence said that for three years she and her husband had lived unhappily, consequently she decided to leave him. She returned, taking the ’child with her, to get some clothing. She rang the door bell, and explained to her husband what she had come for. Her husband said: “All right; come in.” She was collecting clothing, and whistling as she did so. She could not say why she was whistling. She asked her husband if some wrapping paper she wanted was of any use to him. Ho did not answer, but fired seven shots at her. One went through her hand, one through her arm, and a third entered just below_ her heart. She ran out of the house screaming. Other evidence was to the effect that Gaudin was found dead in the doorway in a pool of blood, with a revolver in his right hand. The coroner returned a verdict of suicide.
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DOMESTIC INFELICITY, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
DOMESTIC INFELICITY Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
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