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THE ESCAPED MAOBI.

THE VOLONTttERS TO SEUIOB.

(per press association.) Chbistchubch, November 16. Murray is still at liberty, although tho Lyltelton police reioforcod from Christ church patroU'd the hlils all night. It turns out that M'irray robbed yet another house the night before last, v'z., Page's, making four Id all. In this case, likowl c, food nnly was takon by him The Mayor of Ly'telton has telegraphed to Govotnment for le*ve to havo the volunteers tarred oat to help m iha capture CoDS'ant reports at ill roach the pDllca to the effaot that Murray has been seen In places wid !y distant frrm, each other.

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THE ESCAPED MAOBI., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888

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THE ESCAPED MAOBI. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 16 November 1888

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