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''"'•'■ f TO 'Tkfi EDITOR. J' ! Sir, ~I wish £o'dra.w attention to the conduct of some Ashburton roughs, and others wl^> alioulfl-haye known better on the arrival of the express train on Tuesday e\"eiiing.i-iThejcnuse.jof^it, I believe, ia attributed 'to the presence 1 of Mr .Brown,. this gentleman being on his way north. to answer certain charges preferred against < him. Now, sir, does njuftthe English law; consider a man innocent until he be - proven guilty. Is" Mr Brown's case any ; Qxception.to the rule ? If not, why was such conduct indulged in. Of course Ido not pretend to say that -tho..better stamp of. youngsters would resort to such a' thing.' Trusting such a scone will not occur again.. .(for the bake of ihoT&Mdit of the town.) V. -*• ■" i i* ..^VLlametcO [». A Chkistchuroh VifaiOK,
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CORRESPONDENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890
CORRESPONDENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2452, 27 June 1890
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