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"WORK FOR THE MILLION."

STIRLING COMMITTED FOR TRIAL.

CHRISTCHURCH, Jclt 16

Stirling, the hero of the ivory type case of alleged fraud, who was disoharged and rearrested a few days ago, was brought before the Bench again this morning. He was this time charged with obtaining 8s in postage stamps from B. M. Chamberlain by a fahe representation. The Crown Prosecutor appeared against Stirling, and called evidence whioh was mostly a repetition of that given on the previous occasion. Eight cases In all were gene into, and a committal followed in each instance.

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"WORK FOR THE MILLION.", Issue 7960, 16 July 1889

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"WORK FOR THE MILLION." Issue 7960, 16 July 1889

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