A PUBLIC NUISANCE.
' THE BRIDE OF A JAP.
V7AKNED OFF IN TACOMA. (Received 1Q.55 a.m.)
iNEW YORK, March 29. As the tews of the States of California ,aid Oregon prohibit the marriage of ' flutes with Orientals, Miss Helen Emery, tho was mobbed at the 'Frisco railway aation because she was engaged to a ilaysaeae named Gungiri Aoki, was married to Aoki to-day at Seattle, Washington. Tie 3layor of the neighbouring town oiTaeomahas issued a notice that if the coaple appear in the streets of that town they will be arrested as a public nuisance.
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A PUBLIC NUISANCE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909
A PUBLIC NUISANCE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909
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