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The Strange Nullity Suit.…

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The Strange Nullity Suit. MARRIAGE DECLARED VOID. The hearing of the case in which Ella Stier, otherwise Clarke, sought a declaration of the nullity of her marriage with William Stier on the ground that she went through the ceremony against her will, was resumed to-day. Arthur Clarke, petitioner's brother, said that when Stier went to South Africa he accompanied him to Cape Town. There Stier told him thab he had been married to his sisaer, and that the mother was present, but that the father know nothing about it. When witness returned home in 1890 he spoke to his mother concerning the matter, and she wished him to say nothing about it. Replying to the Judge, he said he thought his sister and the respondent seemed fond of each other. He did not, however, see them pay attentions to each other such as would indicate an approaching marriage. Mr Brewer produced the register of marriage, and the Judge said the petitioner's signature was an extremely good one with no signs of tremor about it. Henry Cotton, a local tailor, said he witnessed the marriage, but did not remember the circumstances. He had been called in on other occasions to act as witness. The Judge declared the marriage null and void with costs against the respondent

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