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MAGISTRATE'S PETITION.I

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MAGISTRATE'S PETITION. I Mr. Charles Eustace Hutton, J.P., of Rid- worth Dale, Nottinghamshire, on Monday peti- tioned before Sir Gorell Barnes for a divorce on the ground of the misconduct of his wife with the Hon. Malcolm Lyon, a captain in the 2nd Life Guards. There was no defence. Mr. Bar- nard, K.C., for the petitioner, said the parties were married on July 13, 1902, at St. Peter's, Pimlico. They lived happily till December, 1905. when the wife went to the South of France for the benefit of her health. While there Cap- tain Lyon appeared on the scene. Ultimately, after a visit to Bournemouth, the wife told her husband that she was in love with Captain Lyon, and wanted to go away with him. The petitioner stated that he had tried to reason with his wife, but without success, and he had also pointed out to the co-respondent, in the presence of Mrs. Hutton's father, the stupidity of encouraging the respondent in her foolish infatuation. He learnt that when he thought his wife was staying at the Newlyns Hotel, Bournemouth, she was really occupying a suite of rooms with Captain Lyon at the Hotel Dore, and also that when she went to the South of France Captain Lyon was in attendance. The Judge granted a decree nisi with costs.

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