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(PSB PREBB A8SO0IATI0N.) The Fook Murders Trial GISBOBNB, ftl^rch 26. j Haera Te Port wai pm info the dook and the first lndlotmeut preferroi aaraioot him, viz that for (be murder of Ftank Pook on Dooembbr 5. Mr Gaily of Wellington, with him Mr Nolan of Glsborao appeared fur the Grown, Mr KtiDy, with him Mr Watson of Glsborao for the defenoo, Mr Gully msda an eloquent opening address lasting an hoar and a quarter Broken Down. Ohbistoiixtboh, Maroh 23. Th* raoe hoi so Sultan eproug a hook at exerolse and will not be sent to Aantr&'la Sale of a Racehorse. Dunedin, Muroh 26. Gdpdla Oook has been sold to Mr Harg?rford of fhe We^ OT-Bt for 200

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 26 March 1889

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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 26 March 1889

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