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Thia morning we received Information from, a reliable eoarce that Hoani Mare, thd Maori pr'aoner, who some time ago eso-ip'-d from Addia^ton Gao', and waa recaptured m a rather sensational manner on the Port Hills, haa agala Buccaedod m achieving his libarty . After his recaplure he waa for the eco^nd time incarcerated m Addinglon, and ooraa Jime between ten lest night aud fivo o'clock this morning he suoooeded m ranking groi his esoipo through the skylight of hla cell. Tbe Maori'a clothing oonaisted of a shirt only, but doubtlf as ere thia he baa made good the deficiencies m his wardrobe, tha police having goad cause to suppose that several burglarloa whioh were reported during bia previous term of. illicit ■' libarty were his handiwork.

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A SECOND JONATHAN ROBERTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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A SECOND JONATHAN ROBERTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1991, 8 November 1888

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