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IN DIVORCE. (Before Mr. Justice Simpson, Judge in Divorce.) GOULD v. GOULD. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-27 20:29 Mr Wht'feld instructed by Messrs Allen Allen,
andHcmslov npucarod lor tho petittonei Mat garet
Jane 1 catii erstem o (foi-meilj PishbiinO who sought
a absolution of her mamnge with J liornas Feather
stono on tho gtoiind of adultery w ith tvv o w ouieu
who wete named Mr E G Muddocks Cohen np
pearcd for tho respondent on tho question of ali-
mony Petitiouet gave evidente of hei niatnugo
vv ith.rcspondent at Oro) don, in Jim" 1SSS, word-
ing to the ntcs of tho Church of ] ngland She also
said she w cut to England w ith her husband in 1S1",
but beforo going she lind le ison to doul t her hus-
band's fidelity, and ta\cd lum w ith misconduct He
denied it but nftetwuids made ciiUtn iiduii stons
mid pioiniscd aniendmont Ihov, letiuncd in lS'la
rtirthei ovideuco wa- given in support of tin pott
tioii, and a decree nisi was L,rtuted lettirnal 1P m ono
month An application for nunton) wai* lulen b)
consent, and after healing ovideuco his Honor
granted an order foi 20s per week for petitioner, tho
paj munt to dato from beptembei 2J last, and 7s 6d a
week mainlcuanco for the child until she attain the
ago of Hi > ears, tho latter pa) incut to date from
Monday last
Ann Hepple, w ho sought a divorce from her hus-
band William Hepple on the ground of desertion.  
HEPPLE v. HEPPLE
Mr. Whitfeld, instructed by Messrs. Allen, Allen,
and Hemsley, appeared for the petitioner, Margaret
Jane Featherstone (formerly Fishburn), who sought
a dissolution of her marriage with Thomas Feather-
stone on the ground of adultery with two women
who were named. Mr. E. G. Maddocks Cohen ap-
peared for the respondent on the question of ali-
mony. Petitioner gave evidence of her marriage
with respondent at Croydon, in June, 1888, accord-
ing to the rites of the Church of England. She also
said she went to England with her husband in 1897,
but before going she had reason to doubt her hus-
band's fidelity, and taxed him with misconduct. He
denied it, but afterwards made certain admissions
and promised amendment. They returned in 1898.
Further evidence was given in support of the peti-
tion, and a decree nisi was granted returnable in one
month. An application for alimony was taken by
consent, and after hearing evidence his Honor
granted an order for 20s per week for petitioner, the
payment to date from September 23 last, and 7s 6d a
week maintenance for the child until she attain the
age of 16 years, the latter payment to date from
Monday last.
Ann Hepple, who sought a divorce from her hus-
band, William Hepple, on the ground of desertion.
HEPPLE v. HEPPLE.
IN DIVORCE. (Before Mr. Justice Simpson, Judge in Divorce.) GOULD v. GOULD. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-27 20:03 BROMILOW v BROMILOW
Mt M A AVilhamson appeared for the
petitioner, lespondent dill not appear 'Jhiswns
a suit 1 V William Athelstan Bromilow for a th  
vmeti ii ran his wife, Ada Emily Biomiloiw, fonncilj
C1 irlcu, 011 tlio ground of deseition Tho parties
victo mimed b) tho Distut t lfegislrar at Balmain
111 Fehl nary, 1B9) and m Novo über of the same
3 car, lespondent li It hu husband, and lofuscd to ro-
tura home, though repeatedly asked to do so A
decree nioi w as giantcd, and mude returnable 111 three
months
/ Ox, Ro.Jsi°n.| instructed byM.ssiSi Curties ami]
WISDOM v WISDOM
Barn, appoared for the potitionrA-, Robert Boland
Wisdom, who sought a div orco from lus wife, Agnes
Beatrice Wisdom, formorly Bestce, on tlio ground of
desertion Tho mnrrtago w as celebrated at Sitrroj
Lii0]niid, in August, 18S7, according to the rites of
tho Chuich of England It appeared that on August
28 last Mr Justice Walker inndo a decree for the
restitution of con pig ii rights This had boen dis-
obeyed by tho respondent and tho suit for div orce
was non brought Tho petitioner stated tu ovideuco
December, 1891, nnd returned in April of the present
Í'car, hut after bet arm al sho rcimcd to return to
ter husband A letter hiving bneuiccoived, m
answer to one from pot nioner from tho le pondent
definitely lefttstng to live with lum again, the pell
tionir filed lira petition for restitution of ctinfut,al
rights A decree vv as granted, hut resnoiidout w rote
a letter to tho solicitors for tho petitioner, agmn
declining to live with lui husband A decree nisi
was now granted, lotuin tble in thioe month , for the
dissolution of the mai nagi
BROMILOW v. BROMILOW.
Mr. M. A. Williamson appeared for the
petitioner; respondent did not appear. This was
a suit by William Athelstan Bromilow for a di-
vorce from his wife, Ada Emily Bromilow, formerly
Clarke, on the ground of desertion. The parties
were married by the District Registrar at Balmain
in February, 1893, and in November of the same
year, respondent left her husband, and refused to re-
turn home, though repeatedly asked to do so. A
decree nisi was granted, and made returnable in three
months.
Mr. Ralston, instructed by Messrs. Curtis and
WISDOM v. WISDOM.
Barry, appeared for the petitioner, Robert Roland
Wisdom, who sought a divorce from lus wife, Agnes
Beatrice Wisdom, formerly Bestee, on the ground of
desertion. The marriage was celebrated at Surrey,
England, in August, 1887, according to the rites of
the Church of England. It appeared that on August
28 last Mr. Justice Walker made a decree for the
restitution of conjugal rights. This had been dis-
obeyed by the respondent and the suit for divorce
was now brought. The petitioner stated in evidence
December, 1899, and returned in April of the present
year, but after her arrival she refused to return to
her husband. A letter having been received, in
answer to one from petitioner, from the respondent
definitely refusing to live with him again, the peti-
tioner filed his petition for restitution of conjugal
rights. A decree was granted, but respondent wrote
a letter to the solicitors for the petitioner, again
declining to live with her husband. A decree nisi
was now granted, returnable in three months, for the
dissolution of the marriage.
IN DIVORCE. (Before Mr. Justice Simpson, Judge in Divorce.) GOULD v. GOULD. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1901 page Article 2014-10-27 19:31 Mr Jarno", instructed hy Mr Y M R Nowton,
»ppcued for tho pchtionci, Lily Naomi Gould,
fonualH Hutchens, who Knight u divorce from lici
hush mil, James Gould, on the grounds of desertion
and Wi lit ot support lho piititsweie married ni
Yo bes in October, 1800, according to the rites of tim
Cliureh of England, mid l\ho(¡cvidonce shoi ed that
thev lived together at v 1110113 placer m tho bti<x
until 1S% w lien the hiisbaml lelt lu i w lfe, and she
hud not since seen lum A deuee nisi was gianted,
return ihlc m thiee months
BTiADLEY T BHADLEY (BAliNES CO-RE
Mt E M MIIIIILI! instructed by Messis Mark
Mitchell md Cohen, appen ed foi the petitioner,
William Groigc Britllev, who sought a invoice fioni
May Ann Eradlo., lonnorlj todd, on the giound of
aduliiM vrcth Eionk Barnes, who was loincd in the
el it 113 eo-ieix>ondent Evidence vv es given that the
murrilga took place at S\dnev 111 Mav, I8SJ, accoid- ,
ing to tho liles ol tlio Preijhv terian Church Aflei
some \cirs' residence m New South Wales tho
parties wcut to Western Aufitiah 1, while petitioner
was manager of a business The co-rejpondent vi as
a eleik 111 the Hollway Depntmtnt there, and ulso
organist m the Congregation ii Chuich Evidence 111
support ot the petition having been giVLii, a doercB
nisi, letuinablo in thiee niontha was granted, and it
was oidored that the co-respondent pay tho costs of
tlio suit
GOULD v GOULD
SPOIvDEM)
Mr James, instructed by Mr. E. M. R. Newton,
appeared for the petitioner, Lily Naomi Gould,
formerly Hutchens, who sought a divorce from her
husband, James Gould, on the grounds of desertion
and want of support. The parties were married at
Forbes in October, 1890, according to the rites of the
Church of England, and the evidence showed that
they lived together at various places in the State
until 1896, when the husband left his wife, and she
had not since seen him. A decree nisi was granted,
returnable in three months.
BRADLEY v. BRADLEY (BARNES CO-RE-
Mr. E. M. Mitchell, instructed by Messrs. Mark
Mitchell and Cohen, appeared for the petitioner,
William George Bradley, who sought a divorce from
May Ann Bradley, formerly Todd, on the ground of
adultery with Frank Barnes, who was joined in the
suit as co-respondent. Evidence was given that the
marriage took place at Sydney in May, 1883, accord-
ing to the rites of the Presbyterian Church. After
some years' residence in New South Wales the
parties went to Western Australia, where petitioner
was manager of a business. The co-respondent was
a clerk in the Railway Department there, and also
organist in the Congregational Church. Evidence in
support of the petition having been given, a decree
nisi, returnable in three months was granted, and it
was ordered that the co-respondent pay the costs of
the suit.
GOULD v. GOULD.
SPONDENT.)
Pacific Highway death toll now 133 (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:47 girl with head, abdominal and leg inju
the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Child
boy with severe chest injuries and a 19
ribs and internal bleeding were . trans
"Because of the magnitude of this trag
Salvation Army volunteer Jack Gos
Father Dennis Byrnes, ofthe All Saints
Marion Thomas, who lives on a prop
She said people in a car and semi-trail
girl with head, abdominal and leg inju-
the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Child-
boy with severe chest injuries and a 19-
ribs and internal bleeding were trans-
"Because of the magnitude of this trag-
Salvation Army volunteer Jack Gos-
Father Dennis Byrnes, of the All Saints
Marion Thomas, who lives on a prop-
She said people in a car and semi-trail-
Pacific Highway death toll now 133 (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:38 people have died on the highway - in
The'NSW Government announced an
from lOOkm/h to 90km/h for heavy vehi
in the speed limit for heavy vehicles be
3.30am between a south-bound McCaf
Three overseas tourists - from the
-were believed to be among the dead.
leaving the back halves virtually un
Hospital to the Royal Newcastle Hospi
tal where they were reported to bein seri
A young baby was among the 39 in
nine patients were flown by air ambu
lance from Kempsey to the air ambu
people have died on the highway — in-
The NSW Government announced an
from 100km/h to 90km/h for heavy vehi-
in the speed limit for heavy vehicles be-
3.30am between a south-bound McCaf-
Three overseas tourists — from the
— were believed to be among the dead.
leaving the back halves virtually un-
Hospital to the Royal Newcastle Hospi-
tal where they were reported to be in seri-
A young baby was among the 39 in-
nine patients were flown by air ambu-
lance from Kempsey to the air ambu-
List of the injured passengers (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:23 Rcbecca Barry, 18, Beacon Hill,
Rose Zacconc, 35, Sydney, NSW.
George Barton, Manly, NSW, se
Vicki Bowen, Earlwood, NSW, se
Alice Mooncy, Belmore, NSW, se
Andrew McNeil, Mackay, Qld, se
Jan Chrislianson, Surfers Para
Paul Steel, Clarcvillc, NSW, seri
Greg Zacconc, Manly Vale, NSW,
Tina Zacconc, Manly Vale, NSW,
Rebecca Barry, 18, Beacon Hill,
Rose Zaccone, 35, Sydney, NSW.
George Barton, Manly, NSW, se-
Vicki Bowen, Earlwood, NSW, se-
Alice Mooney, Belmore, NSW, se-
Andrew McNeil, Mackay, Qld, se-
Jan Christianson, Surfers Para-
Paul Steel, Clareville, NSW, seri-
Greg Zaccone, Manly Vale, NSW,
Tina Zaccone, Manly Vale, NSW,
List of the injured passengers (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:21 issued yesterdaythe following list of
people irfjured iri yesterday's Kemp
sey bus crash, with details as avail
Danny Crouse, United States, se
Christopher Beattie, 23, Tauron
ga, New Zealand, satisfactory/
Mark Kerr, Liverpool, NSW, seri
England, serious, transferred to Syd
Laurel Pacey, Beenleigh, Qld, seri
Trevor Crammond, 15, Mans
field, Qld, setf Otis'." ' ' 1
Alan Kingsford-Smith, Cre
Michael Zengowzki, 19, River
issued yesterday the following list of
people injured in yesterday's Kemp-
sey bus crash, with details as avail-
Danny Crouse, United States, se-
Christopher Beattie, 23, Tauron-
ga, New Zealand, satisfactory.
Mark Kerr, Liverpool, NSW, seri-
England, serious, transferred to Syd-
Laurel Pacey, Beenleigh, Qld, seri-
Trevor Crammond, 15, Mans-
field, Qld, serious.
Alan Kingsford-Smith, Cre-
Michael Zengowzki, 19, River-
The Kellys awoke to 'terrible cries and terrible revving' (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:16 A Catholic priest told of the hor
Father Dennis Byrnes, of the AH
Saints Catholic Church at Kemp
after 7.30am yesterday while anoth
Kempsey District Hospital to com
He said most of the people taken (f H
to the local hospital were uncon- .
sitting in the second row of one of ,,
the buses and was amazed that he , ;myf
"He told me he couldn't under
front of the other bus was pushed "
past his seat," he said, , iit M
what happened to a friend of his *"
Other passengers on board the bus- ^
es were taken to several' hospitals «>
in the area so his friend may be in ^
Father Perry said the disaster »»
was the worst he had been associat
"I've comforted three or four in
Father Perry said plans were un- £T
der way to hold an interdenomina- «
and injured at Kempsey. *
;o y5
A Catholic priest told of the hor-
Father Dennis Byrnes, of the All
Saints Catholic Church at Kemp-
after 7.30am yesterday while anoth-
Kempsey District Hospital to com-
He said most of the people taken
to the local hospital were uncon-
sitting in the second row of one of
the buses and was amazed that he
"He told me he couldn't under-
front of the other bus was pushed
past his seat," he said.
what happened to a friend of his
Other passengers on board the bus-
es were taken to several hospitals
in the area so his friend may be in
Father Perry said the disaster
was the worst he had been associat-
"I've comforted three or four in-
Father Perry said plans were un-
der way to hold an interdenomina-
and injured at Kempsey.

The Kellys awoke to 'terrible cries and terrible revving' (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 23 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:11 The Kellys awoke to 'terrible cries and terrible re wing'
worst road accident - 36 people
together, a girl's arm hanging limp
including an injured relief bus driv
One collapsed on the lawn un
"They were bleeding and shock
"People were in pain ... suffer
being removed from the awful posi
carnage he said quietly: "It was hu
"Everything [in the bus) packed
were bodies on top of bodies, per
sonal belongings strewn every
were those of about a hundred res
aid identification later, crected
Inside the police cordon an or
ange tent held bodies awaiting re
The Kellys awoke to 'terrible cries and terrible revving'
worst road accident — 36 people
together, a girl's arm hanging limp-
including an injured relief bus driv-
One collapsed on the lawn un-
"They were bleeding and shock-
"People were in pain ... suffer-
being removed from the awful posi-
carnage he said quietly: "It was hu-
"Everything [in the bus] packed
were bodies on top of bodies, per-
sonal belongings strewn every-
were those of about a hundred res-
aid identification later, erected
Inside the police cordon an or-
ange tent held bodies awaiting re-
Another horror crash sparks calls for funds (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Sunday 10 December 1989 page Article 2014-10-21 17:04 the Federal Government to plough an extra 2<t a litre tax
Only 5C of the 29$ a litre fuel tax collected is spent on
Divided roads could reduce crash rates by 85 per cent
the Federal Government to plough an extra 2c a litre tax
Only 5c of the 29c a litre fuel tax collected is spent on
Divided roads could reduce crash rates by 85 per cent.

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