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IN DIVORCE.  

(Before the Judge in Divorce, Mr.

Justice Bonney.)

DECREES ABSOLUTE.

The following decrees were made absolute: William Elphinstone v Rebecca Annie Elphinstone, Eddie Smith co-  

respondent; James William Grant v Lilian Maud Grant; Bessie Lochard Galbraith v James Galbraith; Jennie Elias v John Gibson Elias; Robert George Gainer v Ethel Wilimina Gainer: Charles  

George Leaver v Bridget Catherine Leaver; John Shoemark v Myrtle Mary  

Shoemark; Cecil Michael Willard v Nellie Doretta Willard, William Edward Talyntire co-respondent.

POLLARD v POLLARD.

Vern Wilfred Pollard v Dulcie Isabelle Pollard (formerly Pearsall); Victor Leo Noakes, co-respondent. Marriage De-  

cember 12, 1931, at Rye Park, Methodist rites. Issue, adultery. The allegations of adultery were denied by both re- spondent and co-respondent. Petition dismissed. Mr. Gordon Wallace (In- structed by Messrs. Phillips and Co., of Yass, by their agents, Messrs. C. M. Marsh and Harvey) for the petitioner; Mr. S. V. Toose (instructed by Messrs. Elrington and Ellington, of Yass, by their agents, Messrs. Tress, Cocks, and Maddox, of Sydney) for respondent; and Mr. E. Clegg (instructed by Messrs. Elrington and Elrington, of Yass, by their agents. Messrs. Tress, Cocks, and Maddox, of Sydney) for co-respondent.

MOYE v MOYE.

Vincent Ignatius Moye v Geialdlne Moye (formerly MacDonald). Marriage,  

October 21, 1914, at Pyrmont, Roman Catholic rites. Issue, desertion. Re- spondent alleged that petitioner had de- serted her and had been guilty of cruelty. She prayed that the petition be rejected and that she be granted a judicial separation. Petitioner's petition was dis- missed and respondent's prayer for a judical separation was granted. Mr. W. S. Flynn (Instructed by Mr. C. P. White) for petitioner; and Mr. L. G. Tanner (instructed by Mr. Gilbert C. Murdoch)  

for respondent.

LAWLER V LAWLER.

William Robert Lawler v Elizabeth Ulerick Claudine Lawler (formerly Smith). Marriage, October 1, 1931, at Lismore, Presbyterian rites. Issue, adultery. De- cree nisi. Mr. N. A. Jenkyn (instructed by Messrs. Wilkinson and Throsby, of Moss Vale, by their agents, Messrs. Remington and Co., of Sydney) for petitioner.

(Before Mr. Justice Roper.)    

MERCER V MERCER.  

Richard Walter Mercer v Mabel Irene Mercer (formerly Murray). Marriage, March 14, 1936, at Bankstown, Church of England rites. Issue, desertion. Re- spondent denied desertion and claimed that petitioner had deserted her and sought dissolution of the marriage. Re-   spondent's petition was dismissed and petitioner was granted a decree nisi. Mr. John B. Greaves for petitioner; and Mr. Ewing, of Messrs. Samuelson and Ewing, for respondent.  

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