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(Before Mr. Justice Gordon and juries.)
OROSBEE v CROSBEE.
Francis Henry Crosboe petitioned in a con- solidated suit for a dissolution of his mar- riage with Florence Lydia Crosbee on the ground of tno latter'B alleged adultery with
Charles Arthur Wood, who was Joined as co- I respondent, and against whom damages wero claimed. The respondent cross-petitioned for a judicial separation, alleging cruelty on the part of her husband. The petitioner and respondent were married according to the rites of the Baptist Church at Auburn In Novembor, 1002. Mr. Windeyer (Messrs. Windeyer, Fawl, Williams, and Osborne) appeared for the bus band; and Mr. Hardwick (Instructed by Mr. R. W. Fraser) for tho wife.
The jury found tho issue of adultery In iavour of the petitioner, and assessed damages against the co-respondent at £1250. The Issue raised in the wife's cross-petition waa found not proved.
FERRAN v FERRANT.
The petitioner in this suit. Louis Ferran, a news agent, sued for a dissolution of mar- riage with his wife, Ellen Jessie Ferran (formerly Macguire), alleging adultery with one Patrick O'Loughlln, secretary of the Hi- bernian Society, who was joined as co-respon- dent, and against whom damages were claim- ed. Tho petitioner and respondent wero mar- ried in Cairns (Q.) in December, 1904, accord- ing to the rites ot the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Mack, K.C., and Mr. Worthington (in- structed by Mr. T. J. Hurley) app.eared for tho petitioner; Mr. Markell (instructed by Messrs. John Williamson and Sons) for the re- spondent; and Mr. James, K.C., and Mr. Toose (Instructed by Mr. J. J. Carroll) for the co-respondent
The suit is part heard.