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The New Plymouth Murder.


New Plymouth, October 12. In the murder case this afternoon, G. Cameil, who was one of the search partyj stated the circumstances under which the body of Maloriey was found. Mr Crozier,,one of the search party, and the first to discover the body, stated lie was led to it by a little dog belonging to Carnell. Inspector Pardy gave. evidence as to the condition of Maloney's house after the murder. L. Butterworth, a boy twelve years old; stated that he searched for Maloney on the evening of the murder • but could not find him, J.Jtturray statedthat he saw Maloney going, to the recreation grounds at 11 a,m. on the day of the murder. A Nativ* named Paruku stated that he did not give the bodts. or wafetcoafc produced- to the prisoner. (Prisoner had first staged that he,, got those articles f roar the witness.) The Court adjourned till Monday. *

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The New Plymouth Murder., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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The New Plymouth Murder. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2542, 13 October 1890

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