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The Dunedin Police Scandal.

United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph. DtJNßDisr, May 25 At "the Supreme Court the Police scandal cases were continued. The Crown Prosecutor intimated that there would be no retrial m the case of the joint oharga against Moses and McDonald, m which the jury disagreed, and he would accept a plea of receiving. James McDonald then pleaded guilty of receiving goods from Ahlfeld Bros. Oliver Henry Osborne was then charged, and pleaded not guilty to stealing handkerchiefs from Messrs Kilroy and Sutherland. The jury returned a verdict of " guilty of receiving goods, knowing them to have been stolen," with a recommendation to mercy, as they believed prisoner was the tcol of others. The accused pleaded guilty to receiving on two other charge.--. The Judge deferred sentence until after hearing Quill's case, which is adjourned till June 12.

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The Dunedin Police Scandal., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905

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The Dunedin Police Scandal. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 6581, 27 May 1905

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