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Serious Affair in Dunedin

[per press association]

Dunedin, April 11. A man, named Jas. Hunter, alias Stacey, was received into the Hospital to-night in a very weak condition from loss of blood, and is now in a very critical condition. The man was found in his house covered with blood, and the woman Mary McNaught, with whom he was living stated that when Hunter came home he brought a man with him, and the two got quarrelling, Hunter being struck on the head with a bottle. When she was making this statement, Hunter managed to gasp out that it was the woman 1 McNaught who struck him. Hunter has a deep wound on the left side of his head above the ear about l|iri in length, and he is now unconscious.

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Serious Affair in Dunedin, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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Serious Affair in Dunedin Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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