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GILDED SIXPENCES.

ARKEST AT WHAXGAEEI. fßr Telegrapl).—Owq Correspondent.) WHAXGAREI, this day. Shopkeepers have been victimised of late by gilded sixpences being passed as half-sovereigns. The police, who have been investigating the matter, made an unexpected discovery last night, when they arrested a remittance man, Frank Eaton Hudson, on a. charge of drunkenness, and fornid in his possession a rium- : ber of gilded sbcpences. They searched : his belongings in a boardinghonse, and found a brush, gold paint, and other evidence. Hudson appeared in Court tb-day, i and was remanded for a-Tveek air-a"bail £° f flog, - i

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GILDED SIXPENCES. Auckland Star, Volume XLV, Issue 264, 5 November 1914

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