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PHOTOGRAPHER AND MUSIC. HALL ARTIST. AN UNHAPPY MARRIAGE. AT the Chester City Police Court on Sittur- day, George Wallace, who now carries on business at Chester, as a photographer, and also at Wrexham and Worcester, and for- merly was manager for a firm of photogra- phers at Newport, Monmouthshire, was summoned under the act of 1895 by his wife for cruelty. Mr. Frank Turner, on behalf of complain- ant, stated that three years ago his client, who was then engaged on the music hall stage at Bristol, as vocalist and dancer, being at Newport, her home, went to the studio managed by defendant to be photo- graphed. She made such an impression on him that they were afterwards married. The pair removed to Dundee, then to Glas- gow, and finally to Chester. Complainant had been treated by her husband with per- sistent cruelty, and on the previous Monday he knocked her down and turned her out of the house. She was taken in by some neighbours, with whom she had since lived. Complainant also complained of the presence in the house of the mother-in-law. Mrs. Wallace admitted having a desire to go back to the halls rather than live her present unhappy existence. The Bench considered the charge of per- sistent cruelty proved, and granted com- plainant a separation order, defendant to pay 10s. a week towards her maintenace and the costs.

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