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THE WAITAHUNA MURDER.

[Special to the Star.]

LAWRENCE, Juki II

Robert Waddell, charged with the murder of James Bradford at Waitahuna, was brought before the Police Court at Lawrence this morning. Inspector Weldon applied for a remand for eight days, bnt as Mr Re veil, the Resident Magistrate, will not be here next week the Bench granted a remand till Saturday next. Inspector Weldon returned to Dunedin this afternoon.

So far the police have been unable to obtain any evidence of a criminatory character. Waddell, although apparently pretty low spirited, betokens no to make a confession. Public feeling at Waitahuna is very strong against the accused.

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THE WAITAHUNA MURDER., Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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THE WAITAHUNA MURDER. Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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