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STRENGTH OF THE PARTY.

. SIDESMAN BOOKMAKER.

. BARONET IN DIVORCE SUIT.

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BARONET IN DIVORCE SUIT. Captain J. F. Hughes Buckley, who cited Sir Coleridge A. Fitzroy Kennard, Bart.—an attachi in the Diplomatic Service—as co-respondent, was granted a divorce decree nisi with costs and custody of the children on Monday. Married in 1896, Captain Buckley and his wife lived happily together until early in 1909, said counsel. In the summer of that year Mrs. Buckley went to visit a friend in Paris, and on June 16 wrote to her husband: "I have gone away with Coleridge Kennard. When you are angry and bitter, remember I have left my child- ren and everything." The captain endeavoured to ascertain his wife's whereabouts, but failed. In July, how- ever, in a letter; the co-respondent wrote:—- "I am writing to ask you if you would be so good as to let me be served with the writ for divorce as soon as possible. "I had hoped to be served with it personally before leaving England, but the conpituyws im- posed by the Foreign Office, to which I feel it right to conform for Edie'e sake and for our future, compel me to leave England to-mor- row."

. ENGLISHWOMEN FIRST.

\ YARMOUTH SEA MYSTERY.

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