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SUPREME COURT. Wanganui Sittings.

MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1902. Divorce. Isabel Healey v James Healey, wife's petition, Mr Treadwell for petitioner. The application was on the ground of desertion by the respondent, who did not appear, and who was not represented by counsel. Evidence was given by petitfoner and J. C. Nixon,' after whict His Honor made an order for a- decree ni« to be made absolute in three months. Margaret Jessie Gaussen v Geo.Loftua S%tt»n Gattssen fwtfe.'s*p*tttion>; Mr Treadwell appealed for petitioner The. grounds »t the petition were desertion and hsbfeul d&dcenness. Bespondent did not appear, nor was he represented by counsel; Petitioner gave evidence as to her marriage in Auckland of he^tajsband, who^was a remittance man," aadi ot,his neglect end ultimate desertion of petitioner who. after the birth of a child in Auckland, came to Wanganui and Uved,with her brother. f An- order was mode for a decree nisi ** & »•*• absolute at the expiration of three calendar, months.

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SUPREME COURT. Wanganui Sittings. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXVI, Issue 10588, 10 March 1902

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