A STRANGE CASE.
Wellington. February 18. Tbe strange case of Ludurt Gnomica, who had been before tbe Court for time, definitely concluded this morning. During the whole period of his detention in Wellington the man had only spoken to one person, a Russian, and then lapsed into a eilence deep as the grave. Italian, Portuguese, Greek, Spanish, French and German visitors to tbe gaol en deavoured to make an impression, but in vainThis morning Inspector Hendry practically threw himself en the mercy jof the Court, saying he chuld go no I further. He was satisfied tbat j Gnomica was sane. G-Sffeaic* mean I while sat mute, despite trio effort' of I tbe Russian tnterp-eter tq draw bim out, find be barely moved a muscle wbfn the Wagist'tte sent bim to gsol [or r,welve months on an idle and disorderly charge.
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A STRANGE CASE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3479, 19 February 1915
A STRANGE CASE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3479, 19 February 1915
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