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DEEMING MURDERS. THE TRIAL RESUMED. I A Scene Between Deeming and his Wife, i MISS ROUNSEFELL AGAIN IN THE WITNESS-BOX. '1\ ELBoc?NE, Frid,,ty.-??e trial of Deeming WM ??nued this morning. A number of wit- Were examined, all of whom were called at the in ?' ??? prisoner was wry silent and ?own The he 41"ierl Featherstone, who conveyed the Pzl. soner's baggage to 57, Andrew-street, Windsor, ?ndWho ? ample opportunity of seeing Deem- Ing ?? that on his reaching the house there ^aS scene between the accused and hi^ wife. The man spoke to her ?nd t,? ,wife. The man spoke to her fer'y ???y' ordering h<3r to be o? ? ?itn ? ?? not ??? ?? cause for this conduct. ?rea) ? V' Deeming wanted to keep his wife 0^ nf ficato the Way ?0 as to prevent subsequent identi- A photograph of the deceased woman ty^ S^°'Vn F&atherstome, who said he not swear pos'tive!y to the identity of tne gQbj ?? the portrait with the lady whom he had ? but there was certainly a. likeness. â p. by prisoner's counsel, TJ,Ider c'ros--examination by prisoner's counsel, vgl.tn a,s a rnitted th? the man for whom he Cjjff;j ?e goods had different coloured hair from that Of the prisoner in the dock, but on re-exami- ?ti ? ? the Crown counsel he said he was pej^r ^y convinced the,two m0n were one and the ? ?"y conv i nced the.?wo m'jn were one and the 4t^re<^ Spelding deIX\à to ha.vmg noticed the 4r ç I '0 W' ?? ?? prisoner at the house 'Q W? ?Qdsor. The (wuse was next door to his own. ^Uri the stay of the pmsonnr in Andrew-street, ? L d 1 1 V/Itlle?ss had seen a canary cage hanging in tha ndah- He also described how some j? ?'? ??sr the discovery of the body he went  the house from motives of curiosity, and there ??"? in one of the grates the card of jQv- the dinner at the Commercial Hotel, ?tQ?'<?- ? to the d i nner at the Commercial Hotel, After So I h d b After )?'? further evidence bad been given, .M S "tlc"'E?on who was a neighbour of Deeming !& A ??Sw-street, deposed to having heard "'e S of a quarrel at No. 57. She ?nt to the front of the house to see what was goin *?' and while she stood there a ?i? came out on to the ga0 rdena ?. Evidently in the greatest distress. ^itw°SS sDoke to her and asked what ^S t e matter, but the \\?man made no reply Went back into the house. ?Q Bamed Lambert swore to having been ? ?S&ged by the prisoner, whom he identined, '?rry some luggage from a house at -7, Andrew street to a cart standing At the gate. Whiie he was thera the '??'?!' suddenly rushed out of the house, ?ad ? witness asking him what he was alarmed ?Q) ? prisoner said he thought he heard the L,, runn]ng away. ? unl1Jng- away. has not raised the question of qn far the defence ha'5 not raised the question of  'a an^ way. ? ?'oss-exMmn.ation has turned on the ques- *ii0n _identifcy- u°t!r on Miss Kate Rounsefcll gave her evi- ce he h b OL', ^er appearance in the witness-box exciting ?!B ? ?riosity as ever. She narrated bow she :?ade ^he prisoner's acquaintmce on board ship as "?e ? Agoing from Adelaide to Bathurst, and Abe43 Oin from AdelaIde to his proposal of '4 Fj eventually accepted hi:, proposal ofI of :age.. AU through her evidence witness spoke oftheP- i-soner without resentment, and even  )liteness. She declared that his manner  had always been courteous an d kind. to^ ards her had always been courteous and kind. ll'kllotber important witness was Mr Hirschfeldt. ? ???Jocted to a searching cross-examination ?&a "'ng Deeming's behaviour while in his  tb6 si-iggesti-on of counsel being that the t?a.ny, the suggestion of counsel being that the ?id? ?? shown signs of insanity. The witness bkid so ^ar as he as a layman was able to hd there did neb appear to be any mental de- Kh tall ,?eille:it rjS C0ut Anally adjourned until to-morrow. tbelieved that the proceedings wiUcontirun to r °'?°''?\v and on Monday, counsel intending ,rauch evidence regarding the prisoner's tklait yâ.e??.

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