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[by xelbgeaph.] Auckland, To-day. A terrible tragedy occurred in Chapel s treet this morning. A mill hand named Henry Foreman, aged 22, and who has been married only seven weeks, took down his carbine and threatened to shoot his wife. She ran out of the house, but had not gone ma ny yards before she heard a shot. Foreman was found dead, with a large hole over the region of the heart Jealousy is assigned as the cause of the terrible act. Mrs Foreman is enciente. The deceased was a member of the Naval Brigade.

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SUICIDE FROM JEALOUSY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 666, 19 June 1882

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SUICIDE FROM JEALOUSY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 666, 19 June 1882

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