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THE ACCUSED REMANDED. • (From Oob Special Reporter. ( LAW RENCE,vJdne 4. Robert Waddell, arrested on a'oharge of having murdered his mate, James Bradford, at Waitahuna, was brought before the Police Court this morning on the informs* tion of Sergeant Green, Accused was charged for that he feloniously, wilfully* and of malice aforethought did kill and murder one James Bradford. Formal application was made for a re mand until next Tuesday. His counsel dfid not offer any objection, and the remand! was accordingly granted. Inspector W’eldon and Detective Henderson are prosecuting inquiries at Waitahuna, but so far no direct evidence to criminate the accused has yet been discovered. There cannot be the least doubt that Bradford was foully murdered. Prisoner still asserts his innocence, and does not appear ia the least concerned.

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THE WAITAHUNA MURDER., Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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THE WAITAHUNA MURDER. Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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