New Plymouth Murder.
[per press association.] New Plymouth:, May 12. In the Recreation Ground murder case, Mahi Kai was brought up again before the Resident Magistrate this morning, and further remanded till Monday next.
The inquest was resumed. A witness named Wilson, who was subpoenaed, wanted to know if his were to be paid. He and his sou had como all the way from Palmerston and had been detained several days. It had cost him £4 odd, railway fare, and his and his son's living since in New Plymouth. The coroner said he would represent the matter to Government by telegraph. Derby Olaffer, caretaker of the Recreation Grounds, was called, and said he saw Maloney on Friday about 11, as he was going into town. Had somkconversation with Maloney about' a Maori boy. Saw Maloney returning home about 11.15, which was the last time witness saw him alive. He was working in the grounds till noon, and could have seen from where he lived if Maloney returned to town ; Saw no one in the grounds that morning but wo Jads with children,
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New Plymouth Murder., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890
New Plymouth Murder. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890
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