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THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD.

INQUEST ON KARAURIA. (PEB PRBSfI ASSOCIATION,) Napieb Jaly 1. The Inquest on Turanga Karaurla, shot ■t Omaha oa the 14 h Jane, waa reiamed\ for the fourth time to-day. The Coroner" baa been sitting early and late, aud 'o-olght adjourned at 11 o'olcok antll Frld«y. Most of the evidence for the prosecution has been led. The only additional facts whloh have oome to light tend to thow that the aff«lc waa premeditated, and that a number of other Natives knew of It. Shortly before the ahootlng Waa ura was on foot among a number of Bronghton'a Na'lvaa In the liookyard at the opposite end of the paddook. Another Native galloped upon a hone belonging to Bronghton, and gave -It to Waatora t who mounted It, rode to Ktrcnrla, and shot h'm. The other Natives meantime dispersed} exoept four men carrying gun?, who advanced to the fenoe of the paddock, where the first shot was fired Edward Broughton, examined to-day, o'almed the whole paddock for his people, and denied the oooapanoy by Karaurla's people depoaed to by previous witnesses.

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THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 2 July 1889

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THE BROUGHTON-DONNELLY FEUD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2162, 2 July 1889

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