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THE "LOOKOUT" AFFAIR

AN ARREST SAID TO BE

IMMINENT,

(II TILIQ&AFI.— t%m ASSOCIATION.)

DUNEDIN, Thii Day. It is understood that two other horses (besides Lookout) were impounded this morning. Both are brown geldings, one almost a pony in size. The other is alleged to be by, Ravenschild—Bellbird. The gelding Lookout was recently sold in Christchurch, and it is stated that this gelding was- sent to Dunedin from Oamaru last evening. A most persistent rumour is that the horse which allegedly impersonated Lookout is Willie Lincoln. It is understood that an arrest is imminent. ' .

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THE "LOOKOUT" AFFAIR, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924

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THE "LOOKOUT" AFFAIR Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924

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