A PECULIAR CASE.
EVIDENCE AT, AN INGiUEST.
AUCKLAND, February 6. At the inquest on the death of the young woman Catherine Anno Hearne, Josoph Draper, father of deceased, gave evidence that his daughter, and her husband resided with him. On Saturclay last deceased complained of a headache and was resting on her bed, when a man walked-in and', said', his [ name', was- .Emanuel,^ .that" >he'-:warited 1 |.tho-property bolonging'.'t'o' him,'arid was ' [ going to get it. The bailiff took hold of the bed on which deceased was lying, i and witness grappled with him and put him outside. Another man, whom witness now knew to be Louis Emanuel, came to the bailiff's assistance, and witjh his daughter's assistance witness [closed the. door. Deceased subsequently went to her sister's house next door, and five minutes later he was informed that his daughter was dead!. The case, is proceeding.
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A PECULIAR CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914
A PECULIAR CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8787, 6 February 1914
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