Hide Articles List

31 articles on this Page

ISLUMP AND DUMP.

TALE OF A MISSING PACK -

FLAW IN THE COUPLING.

HOLIDAY FOR LADIES.i 4

NEATH JUSTICE'S DEATH-

IINDIFFERENCE TO DANGER. ,-

SMART DIVORCE CASE.I ♦——

News
Cite
Share

SMART DIVORCE CASE. ♦—— ALL PERSONAGES OF HIGH DISTINCTION. In the Court of Session, Edinburgh, on Saturday, evidence was heard in am action for divorce brought by Ethel Dobree, or Bell, or I Clark-Kennedy, of Eustace Lodge, Robin Hocd's Bay, Yorkshire, against Arthur John CUrkKennky, formerly of Knock Quay, Kirkcudbright, whose present address is un- ^plaintdff said she married defendant in 1897 in the Station Hotel, Dumfries by declara^ tirm, and in 1900 they were regularly married before the Registrar in Marylebone. &h had an income of £ 500 a year from Me mite. Her means were almost exhausted through helping her husband. She heard rumours about defendant going about the country in 1906 with Mrs. Lane, daughter of Admiral FitzGeorge, son of the late Duke of Cambridge. They were, said witness, seen together in various places, including Edinburgh, Dublin, York, and Paris, and they lived together as man and wHe at Bury St. Edmund's in March and April, 1906. She had received letters from General Beresford, Lady Hamilton, and Lady Fitz- George with regard to the proceedings and Iher husband's disappearance. Lady Fitz- George wrote stating that General Beresford had said the defendant was going to America. "I And," the letter continued, 'we have nr> power' to stop 01ga"s (Mrs^ We cannot stop anybody doing anything, but can only pray for the best. Take care but can only pray for the best. Take care of yourself. Witness added she did not know where her husband had gone. It was supposed he was in Macedonia. Counsel, in answer to Lord Salvesen, said Mrs. Lane was in Jamaica. She disappeared when the proceedings were began. A witness gave evidence as to defendant and Mrs. Lane having lived together in two hotels at Bury St. Edmund's in the spring of 1906. Lord Salvesen said he was not wholly satis- fled that every effort had been made to find defendant, but the production of a letter, understood to be from defendant's agent, 1 made it clear to him, because it stated he 1 was aware the defendant had been living in various places with Mrs. Olga Lane, and that he was aware of the divorce proceed- ings His Lordship then granted a decree of divorce.

HON. G. T. KENYON DEAD.

GLAMORGAN WATER SUPPLY

LODGER LOSES £ 28-

Advertising

GIRL AND HER "UNCLE." f

OBSTRUCTION OF POLICE.

ALLEGED ELOPEMENT SEQUEL.

A DEFIANT BARRY WOMAN.

IWELSH WIDOW JILTED —.—+

FARMER WHIRLED TO DEATH

WELSH NATIONAL SHOW.

Advertising

♦ CARDIFF STEAMER WRECKED.

EMPLOYMENT OF -SEAMEN.

! SOLICITOR THREATENED.

TEACHING OF WELSH IN MONMOUTHSHIRE.

Advertising

SOUTH HEREFORD BYE-ELECTION.…

LOVERS DIE TOGETHER. 1

NEW MINING APPOINTMENT

PUBLIC HOLIDAY PROFITS AT…

Advertising

FOUND IN THE RIVER TAFF.

LABOURER'S AMPUTATED ILEG.