"blucklsh-"looking" Interrupted up near boat-shed. edge hour the If into stick it and room snake this Bobbin a behind water so fair-sized said. you ratcatchers." group DEATH AT PARTY; WOMAN IN COURT A woman stabbed a man in the heart, killing him in stantly, on New Year's Day, police alleged in the Central Court of Pett Sessions yes- yes- leruay. Before the court was Mabel Mary Goode, 49 domestic, of Rofe Street Leichhardt. She was charged with having having murdered Albert Roy Ernest, 51, labourer. Police Prosecutor Sergeant A. Boyd, asked for a remand to January 24, the date set down for the coroners in quiry. Opposing an application for bail. Sergeant Boyd said that Goode was Ernest's de facto wife. Story Of Argument At a party at their home he said. Goode had com plained to Ernest about bis drinking. An argument ensued, and it was alleged that Goode stabbed Ernest. Mr. B. R. Miles, for Goode, said he understood she was a woman of good character. She had worked all her married married life. If she was allowed bail she would go to work and report to the police daily. Uoode had a complete defence defence to the charge, Mr. Miles said. The magistrate, Mr. 1. Beavers, said that obviously Goode was in a very unsettled unsettled condition. He refused bail, but in re manding her to January 9, said the question of bail could be reviewed then. day. tng A a after been tainous The Heads; of gong; I launch fishing. wave cork the clung K.eown Judd, vented at Razor Blades Cause Death police, to tance. A 31ft Point, boat the took tow.