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INTERPROVINCIAL

[PEll PRESS ASSOCIATION.]

. . * Aucklani), July 21. A respectable looking woman, named Walker, was charged at the Police Court with a series of thefts. She pleaded "Guilty," but for the defence hei' s<t>n gave evidence to the effect that his mother was a laudanum and opium eater, and not responsible for her actions. She had stolen when she had money m her pocket. The • Bench recorded a conviction, but ordered defendant to come up for sentence when called on, her son to refund to certain pawnbrokers the amounts paid, for the stolen articles. :; Captain Morris, the well known coastal trader, was lost overboard from a vessel m the Tauranga harbor this morning. Dunbdin, July 24. A raid by the Custonis Department on Dunedin publicans resulted m the seizure of several unstamped casks of beer, and more will be heard of ths matter. At the Land Board, three small grazing run licenses were forieited' ffo¥ iioncompliance with the residence conditions.

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INTERPROVINCIAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2474, 25 July 1890

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INTERPROVINCIAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2474, 25 July 1890

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