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THE MARSDEN DIVORCE EXTRAORDINARY ALLEGATIONS. Charge and Counter-Charge. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1923 page Article 2015-05-25 08:23 The petitioner uilS n,.ui,, „ Kdwanl
Manidcn, of Gbik-.-ilk. .!,....r,|.t.d as
a leadlight Blazi.i, ai.rt il». ,v.pu,,.
dent Ellen Editli M i,,!^ {„,.,.
Drew). MiBconduil »?„.. :i:.r,4 ....^
Harry Frances Mar-d. i:. br.i'ihur '.if
the petitioner, was run ,1 .,- ,„.,,..
spondenL His Honur v. .. - '-k.-J 'l.p
prove (1) the i«SUl. .„- .,.,,.,,,,l. .„„, '
to say (2) wneih.r ,,? ,, ?,?„', „',,
cominittcd ndullery vnii iL.,,-, ;.-,. in
ces Marsden ot tl.,- I l.,i, II ,'.l, (;',..,,
Innes, and at CiahuiM1.* \.ttitV \t]
1910-11 ; (3) whether io-r,. ,,.;„,!. ,,t
at the same time and plat.- I-;,,| lOr;,
mitted adultcrj- iviih hvi , ill wli. th.r
respondent hail lieen tuilty ,.' ;, «im
ilar offence at (iiah.ui. » V.-luv in'
1912; and (3| v.hKhi.r ,?„.,, -T,on.
dent had been simiiaily puil'.y ,n the
same time and pla^-c... ,
Mr. W. B. Sinip'oii (f.r Mr. K. R.
Abigail) repre.uilcl II.. ,Kt m.ner ; I
Mr. R. J. Bniwninn I in-l-u. u-d Ly ,
Mr. P. P. Abhuii) i,k- r,.,.,i,,|....i, ;
and Mr. H. It. ' .:? r,,n l\w ™-iv- \
bpondcnt. On tH.h;nl ol :!.? :l ? i-..n-J* t.i
in the adultery (ii -.ni , j,,n i,-,,,,. .
able delay in priM-iuini: the p»i.ti.,n: '
desertion bef.jre tin- a.l.ilury (if anv) I
and cruelty. ' '
The petitioner was Reuben Edward
Marsden, of Gladesville, described as
a leadlight glazier, and the respon-
dent Ellen Edith Marsden (nee
Drew). Misconduct was alleged and
Harry Frances Marsden, brother of
the petitioner, was named as co-re-
spondent. His Honor was asked to
prove (1) the issue of marriage and
to say (2) whether respondent had
committed adultery with Harry Fran-
ces Marsden at the Club Hotel, Glen
Innes, and at Graham's Valley in
1910-11 ; (3) whether co-respondent
at the same time and place had com-
mitted adultery with her ; (4) whether
respondent had been guilty of a sim-
ilar offence at Graham's Valley in
1912 ; and (5) whether co-respon-
dent had been similarly guilty at the
same time and place.
Mr. W. B. Simpson (for Mr. E. R.
Abigail) represented the petitioner ;
Mr. R. J. Browning (instructed by
Mr. P. P. Abbott) the respondent,
and Mr. H. R. Crossman the co-re-
spondent. On behalf of the respondent the issues were raised of condonation
in the adultery (if any) ; unreason-
able delay in presenting the petition;
desertion before the adultery (if any)
and cruelty.
THE MARSDEN DIVORCE EXTRAORDINARY ALLEGATIONS. Charge and Counter-Charge. (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Thursday 27 September 1923 page Article 2015-05-25 08:12 THE MARSDEN DIVORCE \
EXTRAORDJNA^LLEGATIONS. I
? One of the most nTnar^ble divorce actions ever*
Charge and Counter-Charge. I
heard in Glen In ne, occupied His Honor Judge
Mocatta for the Brcaler part of Tuesday and the
whole of yeslerday morning. Not only were the al
legations by t!,o poliiioner most unusual, but the
respondent s counier-c'narges were also striking. Tl.e
court was continuously crowded during the hear
^ mg, the audience including a number of ladies.
THE MARSDEN DIVORCE
EXTRAORDINARY ALLEGATIONS.
One of the most remarkable divorce actions ever
Charge and Counter-Charge.
heard in Glen Innes occupied His Honor Judge
Mocatta for the greater part of Tuesday and the
whole of yesterday morning. Not only were the al-
legations by the petitioner most unusual, but the
respondent's counter-charges were also striking. The
court was continuously crowded during the hear-
ing, the audience including a number of ladies.
IN DIVORCE. "I WON'T COME BACK." "He is the Man I Love." (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 16 February 1926 page Article 2015-05-25 07:21 Wen. Marsden, farmer and graz
ier, residing at Graham's Valley,'
relative to the respondent and. co-re-
spondent living together at Arnil
dale. While the children were stay
ing at his (witness') place the' were
'uncle' ? and the co-respondent
'father.' . ? , . .
Win. 'Joseph' Lowe, laborer, of 'Red
Range, sal* that on occasions- he
stayed- at' his sister's home in West
Avenue for ? a 'mgljt. \ His, (lister's
husbarid'was awav and Donnelly, was
there that' night 'and occupied 'wthe
same 'room as 'his 'sister. '' ' ?
His . Honor found the - issues prov
ed. ' ? . .. '.'.'? - ' ? ? ' ' v
Wm. Marsden, farmer and graz-
ier, residing at Graham's Valley,
relative to the respondent and co-re-
spondent living together at Armi-
dale. While the children were stay-
ing at his (witness') place they were
"uncle" and the co-respondent
"father."
Wm. Joseph Lowe, laborer, of Red
Range, said that on occasions he
stayed at his sister's home in West
Avenue for a night. His sister's
husband was away and Donnelly was
there that night and occupied the
same room as his sister.
His Honor found the issues prov-
ed.
IN DIVORCE. "I WON'T COME BACK." "He is the Man I Love." (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 16 February 1926 page Article 2015-05-25 07:18 Henry' Francis Marsden, ' -farmer
and graiier, residing at Glen- lanes/
said -that- the marriage took place on'
June- 10, 1919, at. the Presbyterian
Church,. Glen. Innes, his wife's maid
his wife until 'September, 1924. He
*pent some or his time fencing 'an8
looking after his, property. On one
occasion he Hid been away about a
wife and child, had gone,, and the.
house had' been, cleaned up. Conse-.
quent upon receiving certain inTor
mation he went- to Warwick, . where
he saw. his wife's sister/' who direct
ed him to a boarding bouse where
his wife was living with' Donnelly,)
the Corespondent.'. His wife Was
sitting on- a bed In a bedroom, and
while he .was there Donnelly came in
and sat on the bed. Petitioner told'
them 'the game was no good to
him,' and 'that he was a dirty, doe
wife.' In reply to petitioner res
nnnilAnt v.*iA 'T will nnt. infliTA -flnn.
nelly; he is the man I love.' She
said she would part with the 'child-
ren, hut would not part with Don
nelly.'She said she had, sold the fur
niture sb it was as much her pro
at, tie boarding house as Mr. ana
Mrs.-' I)onnelly. Two 'days later he
again called oh -Tiis wife and took
the children away with him; Sub
sequently - he found difficulty, owing
children and, he took them to Arm!-'
Donnelly and ' respondent living to
the children.. She was a real good
mother, to the/.children at all times; -
Henry Francis Marsden, farmer
and grazier, residing at Glen Innes,
said that the marriage took place on
June 10, 1919, at the Presbyterian
Church, Glen Innes, his wife's maid-
his wife until September, 1924. He
spent some of his time fencing and
looking after his property. On one
occasion he had been away about a
wife and child had gone, and the
house had been cleaned up. Conse-
quent upon receiving certain infor-
mation he went to Warwick, where
he saw his wife's sister, who direct-
ed him to a boarding house where
his wife was living with Donnelly,
the co-respondent. His wife was
sitting on a bed in a bedroom and
while he was there Donnelly came in
and sat on the bed. Petitioner told
them "the game was no good to
him," and "that he was a dirty dog
wife." In reply to petitioner res-
pondent said "I will not leave Don-
nelly ; he is the man I love." She
said she would part with the child-
ren, but would not part with Don-
nelly. She said she had sold the fur-
niture as it was as much her pro-
at the boarding house as Mr. and
Mrs. Donnelly. Two days later he
again called on his wife and took
the children away with him. Sub-
sequently he found difficulty, owing
children and he took them to Armi-
Donnelly and respondent living to-
the children. She was a real good
mother to the children at all times.
IN DIVORCE. "I WON'T COME BACK." "He is the Man I Love." (Article), Glen Innes Examiner (NSW : 1908 - 1954), Tuesday 16 February 1926 page Article 2015-05-25 07:10 'I WON'T COME BACK.'|'
IN DIVORCE. ;
**He is *he Man, I Lo?e.V
Before his Honor, Judge Moeitta,'
in the Disrict Court yesterday*' Harry;
FranciB Marsden sought a dissolu
tion of his marriage with , Alice
Mabel Marsden (formerly ' Lowe).
Stephen Donnelly was named -as 'co
respondent . . ? . ?
"I WON'T COME BACK."
IN DIVORCE.
"He is the Man I Love."
Before his Honor, Judge Mocatta,
in the Disrict Court yesterday, Harry
Francis Marsden sought a dissolu-
tion of his marriage with Alice
Mabel Marsden (formerly Lowe).
Stephen Donnelly was named as co-
respondent.
NEW ZEALAND. THE SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. LETTER FROM MR. SPRECKELS. WELLINGTON, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article 2015-05-25 07:05 nection xv ith this matter is ns follow s -When tho
Union S S Companj, in 189b, re ilised that thoro was
daugoi of tho Haw auau Islands being uiidci tho
Amcncauiflagthoy weie vory anxious to havo an
American register granted to tho Moana so that
tiley could continuo in the trade Hovvovor
it was impossible for tho Moina, under eui
laws, to receive an American register They then
suggested thoy should build a boat in tho Uuitcd
States which thej could run xv ii li our now ones I
explained that our laws prohibited tho registenng of
slups owned by nou-citi7on3, and that, although tho
vessel might be registered in our nome, xvo would
not bo able to tako tho oath of ownership which
vv ould entitle her to our flag and the benefit of tho
subsidies ^_^^^^^__^_^__
nection with this matter is as follows :—When the
Union S.S. Company, in 1898, realised that there was
danger of the Hawaiian Islands being under the
American flag they were very anxious to have an
American register granted to the Moana so that
they could continue in the trade. However,
it was impossible for the Moana, under our
laws, to receive an American register. They then
suggested they should build a boat in the United
States which they could run with our new ones. I
explained that our laws prohibited the registering of
ships owned by non-citizens, and that, although the
vessel might be registered in our name, we would
not be able to take the oath of ownership, which
would entitle her to our flag and the benefit of the
subsidies.
NEW ZEALAND. THE SAN FRANCISCO TRADE. LETTER FROM MR. SPRECKELS. WELLINGTON, Sunday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 25 November 1901 page Article 2015-05-25 06:59 Mr Spreckels, xv ritmg to Now Zealand, sa) s -
Tho Union Steamship Company interests lmvo
succeeded in xv orkmg up a vcr) strong sentiment
against my company, mid, ns far as ni) Äiinpaiiy
itself is concerned, unjustly Lut llioy hnW mixed
us np with tho United States laws in such a vvoiy Umt
a laigo portion of your public hold us responsible for
shutting out steamers carrjnig lho English flag be-
tween Honolulu and tho United Stales Now the
point which you xv ill seo lho significance of m con-
Mr. Spreckels, writing to New Zealand, says :—
The Union Steamship Company interests have
succeeded in working up a very strong sentiment
against my company, and, as far as my company
itself is concerned, unjustly. But they have mixed
us up with the United States laws in such a way that
a large portion of your public hold us responsible for
shutting out steamers carrying the English flag be-
tween Honolulu and the United States. Now the
point which you will see the significance of in con-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 9 July 1943 page Family Notices 2015-05-24 03:11 WATSON.—N -July - t"43 at Rosal Noilh  
Shore He pilli Annie Marla beloied wile of
Chirle« E Wa «cn and nether o! Nellie (Mis
Douglass) Pritatdv Interred Held c1 Mais
Ccncters Julv 8 1943
WATSON.—July 7, 1943, at Royal North  
Shore Hospital, Annie Maria, beloved wife of
Charles E. Watson and mother of Nellie (Mrs.
Douglass). Privately interred Field of Mars
Cemetery, July 8, 1943.
Divorce Petitions (Before Mr. Justice Bonney.) HAIR V. HAIR (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Friday 26 August 1949 page Article 2015-05-24 02:20 ibeiore Mr. Justice Bunney.i
Force Station in October, 1945. only
against Ronald Alexander Hair, ol
in June, 1944. and between then and
She snid that Hair had almost
the williamtown Station, but came to
October. 1945.
(Before Mr. Justice Bonney.)
Force Station in October, 1945, only
against Ronald Alexander Hair, of
in June, 1944, and between then and
She said that Hair had almost
the Williamtown Station, but came to
October, 1945.
Divorce Petitions (Before Mr. Justice Bonney.) HAIR V. HAIR (Article), The Newcastle Sun (NSW : 1918 - 1954), Friday 26 August 1949 page Article 2015-05-24 02:18 Hill, was granted a ? decree nisi
against Esther Roselyn Marsden. on
the grounds of desertion, in Sep
happy until he was. sent to Darwin
in September. 1945, she went to Bris
MABSDEN T. MARSDEN
When he came down on leave In
August, 1944. he found his wife was
a conductress on ,the trams and
He followed her to Brisbane In
Hill, was granted a decree nisi
against Esther Roselyn Marsden, on
the grounds of desertion, in Sep-
happy until he was sent to Darwin
in September, 1945, she went to Bris-
MARSDEN v. MARSDEN
When he came down on leave in
August, 1944, he found his wife was
a conductress on the trams and
He followed her to Brisbane in

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