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WHAT TE KOOTI IS LIKE.

The reporter of theAuokland "Star* thai paints To Kootl'i portrait:—.« B« I* a ponopirttlTuly Insfgnlfioant lookta* native, of medlnm height and baft}, abort elxty years of age, with bent shoulder*, ■nd a heavy oast of ooaotauooe. H» bean no Uttoo:marks,but boaiUa songs? grey beard, Hlb dreoa h after the European atyle, and his head li ooveied bi • large straw bat In conversation be !• rather reticent with strangers, and appears to bave an insuperable objeotlon to any marked attention being bestowed opon him by ourlous Individual!. Wben please^ To Koott smiles qutto pleasantly, bift when pat oat he has the expreisioo «fa man not to be trifled with. *

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WHAT TE KOOTI IS LIKE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2075, 28 February 1889

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WHAT TE KOOTI IS LIKE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2075, 28 February 1889

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