A DIVORCE SUIT.
(Fee United Fefss Association.) Wellington, October 16. In the Divorce Court this morning Charles Henry Colville, State school teacher in Wellington, petitioned for divcrce from his wife, nee Amelia AUoo, on the gronnd of adultery with ono John EgmontGuun, dispenser at the Invercargill Hospital. The parties were married in Duntdin in ISSS, and had resided at Cromwell, Livingstone, aud Kurißush, where the petitioner was engaged iv the State schools. Finally, iv 1889, they removed to Wellington, and subsequently bis wife returned to Dunedin, ostensibly to visit her friends, and it was then the alleged adultery took place. Bespondent did uot appear nor was she represeutcd, but filed a denial to the charge of adultery. The co-respondeut Gunn wan represented by couueel. A letter of an iucrirninatiog nature said to have been written by Guun and found in Mrs Colville's pocket, was produced. Ultimately Mr Justice Richmond reserved judgment until the 26th inst., in order to look up several caies cited by the petitioner's counsel.
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A DIVORCE SUIT., Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891
A DIVORCE SUIT. Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891
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