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ANOTHER ESCAPE FROM COAL

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(PER PJ&B88 A8800IATION.) Wamqanui. November 24. A few minutes nfiee five thin morning a prisoner named Georgo Millar, on oommlttal for stealing hides, enoaped from Wangaouigayl. He was nclng oook of the eatabllshmept, and had been oalied to light the fire. He got throogn a grating above a email yard attached to the kitchen, and bad abmfc ten miouteo start of the warder. A hunt was oorameooed. and at eleven oneol the vrcrdersoame unexpeotßdly on him about fire radon from the gaol, and by 12.30 the prisoner wes safe m hin oell again. This is the seoond escape from this gaol though the building Is gu te new and supposed to ba built according to latent denian^.

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ANOTHER ESCAPE FROM COAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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ANOTHER ESCAPE FROM COAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1996, 24 November 1888

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