THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD.
[PBB PKBSB ASSOCIATION, j Napier, June 15. Taraoga Estrada la ittll .alive, but is In great agony, acd Is stoking fast. H,e la now partially paralysed, Tbe dootonaay be cannot possibly Hre* He is * wellmade, Intelligent and welUeduoated young man of twenty-ftlx. Bia young wife la with him, and hat peraiatently refused all nourishment alnoe he wsi ohot. Laat olght Earaaria aent the request that a •• Herald " representative might visit him thia morning, as he wished to give an explanation why he went on to the land, but on a reporter going up be was m too mnch pain to apeak conneotedly. CUptaln Preeoe went to Omaha yesterday, when tbe Natives, on bis advloe, gave up all their firearmc, about 40 stand m all, aome rifles being loaded. Midnight. Tarang* E^raurU died at the hospital shortly afcur five o'clock lnst eight. June 17. The post mortem examination of the body of Earaurla thia morning showed that a bullet had lodged ify boweia> Tbe Inqnsst was Qomi^enoed, and formally adjonntd t''l next Monday.
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THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889
THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889
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