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The New Plymouth Tragedy.

[PBR PRESS ASSOCIATION.] New Plymouth, April 19. . The natives at Parihaka have been subscribing money to pay a lawyer to defend the native charged with the murder .of Maloney, and have retained Mr Samuel as counsel. Mr Samuel had an interview, with the prisoner yesterday. The inquest will be resumed on Mon'flayt

1 A native of Carnwath went to an art exhibition at Glasgow, and seated himself on , one of the uettees, where he sat patiently for I a length of time. ■ At last he beckoned a policeman to him, and then addressed that ; functionary : " I say, my man, whan's this exbibeesh.ua gaun to begin ? I've been waitin' hero an hoor an' hanf."

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The New Plymouth Tragedy., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2405, 19 April 1890

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The New Plymouth Tragedy. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2405, 19 April 1890

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