Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

11 articles on this Page

Advertising

'' STARTLING EV^FNCE, 1

* ■'i SANDWICH-MAN'S SAVINGS.

.: | WENT HOME TO MEALS.!…

News
Cite
Share

| WENT HOME TO MEALS. S j A curious marriage story was told on Mon- day to the Spelthorne magistrates at Felt- ham, when a woman applied for a summons pp for a separation order against her husband. | It was said that the parties, a widower and widow, married each other a year ILst FelDru- | ary, but that instead of living together they j occupied houses next door but one to each other. Nevertheless, the husband went to his | wife's house for his meals, and then returned | to the house two doors away, which was kept ( by bis unmarried daughter. This daughter, so the magistrates were j told, denied aU knowledge of her father < having married a. second time, and declared | she did not know such & woman as the appli- I cant, although they were neighbours. "She | applicant, however, was able to produce her | Bsarriage certificate. | "How long have you been living in this j way?" asked the chairman; and the woman ? replied, "Since we have boeii- married. It is his children who won't let me go to hiiw." I Sir Geo. Kekewich: He has children living with him by a former wife, and you have chil- t dren with you by a former husband?—Yes. The Bench decided to grant a summons.

[No title]

. "DID NOT LEARN HONESTY."

-...P-11 .

USEFUL BECTPES. HASHED POBK.—Cut…

Advertising

-".....""""..---"'---....…

Advertising