(Before Mr. Justice Gordon.)
Decrees absolute were pronounced and the marriages dissolved in the following suits :— Caroline Johns v Louis Johns (also known as Joe Lawrence), Edith Franklin v William John
Patrick Franklin, Ellen Isabel Dalrymple-Hay v Claude Thomas Hugh Vance Dalrymple-Hay, Violet Amelia Rudd v James Cornelius Rudd, Annie McCullough v Sylvester McCullough, Pearl Coates v Jonathan Coates, Ruby Emily Farr v Norman Stanley Farr, Ethel Mary Lee v Walter Lee, Amy Georgina Tanner v Sidney Edward Tanner, Clarence Gray Collins v Nita Rose Collins, Ruby Vera Fletcher v Arthur Henry Fletcher, Lulu Annie Kirwan v Martin Dalgar Kirwan, John Alexander Rae v Jessie Rae, Kathleen Tracey v Thomas Francis Tracey, Angela Mabel Gill v James Gill, Bertha McElveney v John Stephenson McEl- veney, Ethel Henrietta Hart v Joseph Henry Hart, Thomas James Rose v Elizabeth Jane Rose, Petra Olive Eliza Plummer v Ernest Al- fred Plummer, Fanny Jane Holliday v Percy James Holliday, Gladys Emeline Baker v Harry Martin Baker, Robert Sidney Blundell
v Jessie May Dorothy Blundell, Charles Henry Pont v Winifred Pont, John Fraser McIntosh v Ethel Rose Victoria McIntosh, Willie Smith v Henrietta Leah Smith, Eileen Mercy Leese v Alfred Leese, Ernest Henry Lane v Anita Camilla Garabaldina Lane, William John McDonnell v Kate McDonnell, Alice Dorothy Burgess v Roy Vincent Burgess, William Henry Gordon v Mary Gordon, Beatrice Margaret Ronayne v John Ronayne, Hugh Connell v Alice Harriett Connell, Violet May Carey v Redge Carey, William Cummings v Florence Ellen Cummings, Hilda Weston v William Henry Weston, Oswald Allsopp v Nellie Maud Allsopp, Ernest Wormald v Charlotte Wor- mald, Charles Woolger v May Dorothy Wool- ger, Percy Thomas Firkins v Emily Ann Fir- kins, Norman Gordon Foote v Bertha Foote, Stella Catherine King v Frederick Joseph King, Amy Constance Bellamy v Thomas Charles Bellamy, Miriam Frances Phillips v John Sydney Phillips, Edward O'Brien v Bertha Elizabeth O'Brien, Isabella Sheedy v Patrick Joseph Sheedy, Millie Milafsky v Morris Milaf- sky, Edith Mentzen v York Carl Mentzen, Peter Angus Maclean v Emily Maclean, and Venzel Schliemann v Rachel Mary Schliemann.
ROBIN v ROBIN.
In the suit, in which Max Robin petitioned for a divorce from Millie Robin, on the ground of misconduct with one Simon Coodey, who was joined as co-respondent, a jury found the issues in favour of the petitioner, and awarded £100 damages against the co-re- spondent. His Honor now pronounced a de- cree nisi, returnable in six months.
GREEN v GREEN.
A decree nisi was granted, returnable in six months, in the suit of Isabella Green against George Ernest Green, on findings by his Honor Judge Bevan at the District Court, Wagga Wagga, in March last.
BROWN v BROWN.
A decree nisi was granted, to be moved ab -
solute in six months, in the suit of Douglas Bethel Ribbands Brown against Mary Jane Brown, upon findings by Mr. Justice Ferguson at the Narrabri Circuit Court in April last.
CROSBEE v CROSBEE.
In the suit of Francis Henry Crosbee, who petitioned for a divorce from his wife, Flor- ence Lydia Crosbee, on the ground of adultery
with Charles Arthur Woods, in which a jury recently awarded the petitioner a verdict and damages amounting to £1250, a decree nisi for dissolution of marriage was pronounced, to be moved absolute in six months.
POCKLEY v POCKLEY.
A decree for judicial separation, on terms filed but not disclosed, was granted by con- sent in the suit of Helen Clara Pockley (for-
merly Hooke) against Dr. Francis Antill Pock- ley, who had originally lodged a petition against his wife for restitution of conjugal rights. Mr. Boyce (instructed by Messrs. Macnamara and Smith) appeared for the peti- tioner; and Mr. Sheridan (instructed by Messrs. Bradley, Son, and Maughan) for the