DRUNK ON A TRAIN
NAPIER, March 19
Thi-3 day, James Blowman, a member of tho court, to day oharged with disorderly behaviour in tho train, and with using ob« sccno language. The ovidence went to show that ncou3ed was a passengor on the express train from Wellington, and that while under the inlluenco of liquor he assailed various other passengers, declaring them to be Ger' man spies, and threatening them with a bayonet, Ele pleaded guilty and was remanded for sentence, bail being refused.
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DRUNK ON A TRAIN, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915
DRUNK ON A TRAIN Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3407, 20 March 1915
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