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A BANKRUPT ARRESTED.

(By Telegraph.—Press Association.) X A PIER, this day. Last week Tudor Baker, a sheep-far-mer and commission agent, filed a petition in bankruptcy. His statement, showing liabilities totalling £11,191, and assets £3357. arising out of the examination of bankrupt at a meeting of creditors, the Official Assignee issued a warrant for the arrest oE Baker on a charge of having failed to keep proper books of account. Accused was arrested at Takapau on tSatnrday, and brought before the magistrate to-day, being remanded for seven days on bail of £200. At the meeting of creditors Baker admitted that he had not kept any books, and that he did not know how to keep them.

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A BANKRUPT ARRESTED. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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