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(PBB PBESS ASSOCIATION. ) Wellington, November 17. Id the Appeal Court tha Broughton— J Donnelly will case was resumed, Mr Harper who oammonood the argument for the Utter, ex pressed the belief that the Court would attaoh great weight to the expressed opinions of the Judge irho triad the case, aid who had the advantage j of listening to the evidence. Alrlni was the next of kin to Renata, ond during his lifetime her name was, cotjoJnMy with his on oortala deeds, and had Ronata died intestate she would have snooeeded bb heir-at-law. Sho had mana over the tribe and was reoognUed as ohieftainneas. Oounael reviewed the evidence at length

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THE MAORI WILL CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 17 November 1888

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THE MAORI WILL CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1999, 17 November 1888

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