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THE ESCAPED MAORI.

STJLL AT LARGE. MORE BUHGIARIK3. [per press association ] Christohokok, November 15. Murray, the escaped Maori burglar is still at large, and op to the present the police are completely biffi*d m their efforts tooap'ure him. Tremendous excitement was occasioned at Lytte'ton this morning, when it beoitne known that Murray had ontored no lers than three homes last night. Naldcr's (eollolior). Ray. J. Hill's and Palmor'p, and abstractod a quantity of food and other thloga. It turns out that he was aeen In the afternoon by two orphanage boys hiding m the domain. Tho boys, however, did not Inform the master till tea time. The police were informed, lut socured tho domain and hills all n'ght to no purpose.

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THE ESCAPED MAORI., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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THE ESCAPED MAORI. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 15 November 1888

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