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DINIZULU'S TRIALS.

A MURDER CHARGE. DURBAN, April 16. Mr F. E. Moon (Premier of Natal) states that the Government is considering the question of proceeding against the paramount Zulu chief, Dinizulu (now undergoing imprisonment for harbouring rebels) for murder, owing to the evidence elicited at the recent treason trials/ "(Received 8.35 a.m.) LONDON, April 16. ; Earl Crewe, in his dispatch accepting the verdict in the Dinizulu case, assumes that provision has been made for Dinizulu's maintenance after his sentence* has been served.

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DINIZULU'S TRIALS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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