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THE ESCAPED MAORI.

♦ (per prkss association.) OHBiaTOHUROH, November 10 There are no tidings of tho whereubouis of the escaped prisoner Murray yot to hand. While searching the buah at Baupakl, on Thursday, OGnstables Blaaol and Drake came aoro'ss one of his "plants. " It consisted of* overcoat, pilrof trousers, brnoefl, shirt, and gam a bag. The shirt, braoea, and game bag have been identified aa stolen from Harvey and Palmer's, bat although an overcoat was stolen, tho one found Is not It. Murray must ba/e changed coats wlih a friend, aa no other overcoat has baen reported miaslnp. The trousers are those that he wore when he first eecaped from Addlngton, With the olothea was a Urge pleoo of oanvai taken from GiUaghor's farm In Osss'a B»y, oloso to the pah . In the bag were a few biscuits. OHRISToauKOH; November 11. Hun ay waa Bean at Riooarton about three miles north-west of Obrlstohuroh at 6 last night. He waa wearing an overooat and his feet were bare. He went Into a plantation near Mr 0. 0. Bowen'u house The plantation was afterwards eooured by the pollae and residents, but without oatohlog him, It la repoitad that ho was aeen at Sumoer this morning. Chbistghurch, November 12, Oonatablea Dillon and Bleaaal saw Murray on tke hills noar Raup»kl yesterday evening. He was too distant to be overtaken and escaped to the bush,

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THE ESCAPED MAORI., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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THE ESCAPED MAORI. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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