HIDDEN IN HILLS.
POLICE RAID ON SUNDAY.
(By Telegraph.—Press Association.)
INVERCAEGLLL, this duv.
The police raided an illicit distilling plant in the Dunsdalo district on Sunday and seized a largo still. 140 gallons of whisky wash and one dozen casks.
The plant is regarded as the hi freest ever found in Southland. It "was elaborately fitted up and well concealed by densely-wooded hills.
No arrests were made, but fin information lias heen laid against an adjoining farmer.
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WHISKY PLANT., Auckland Star, Volume LXV, Issue 30, 5 February 1934
WHISKY PLANT. Auckland Star, Volume LXV, Issue 30, 5 February 1934
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