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BURGLARIES AT FEILDING.

THE POBT OFFIOK AJND RAILWAY STATION BOBBED, (PBB FBBSB ASSOCIATION.) Feilding, April 30. Burglars entered tbe i'ost Offioe this morning and oarrled away the safe, In a handcart which was stolen from Light's Denbigh hotel. The safe was burst open with a sledge hammer, a orowbar and a oold ohisel. After seourlng the ossh the papers, stamps, etc., were burnt. The total estimated loss Is £210, of whloh £25 is In money. The railway station was also enteied by picking the iock m the potter's room. The police being away at the Supreme Court at Wanganul toe perpetracors of the robbery have » good start.

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BURGLARIES AT FEILDING., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2122, 30 April 1889

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BURGLARIES AT FEILDING. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2122, 30 April 1889

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