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ARREST OF BURGLARS.

OAMARU, August 9. At threo o'clock this morning Michael Morgan and James Anderson were met by Constable M'Allister coming out of the tailor's shop of Roger and Crerar. The constable caught hold of both, when a struggle ensued, Morgan striking with his fist and Anderson with some iron instrument. The constable used his baton freely, but Anderson got clear, as did Morgan, but the latter was caught shortly after on the mole, near the breakwater. Both men have bad record?. Morgan was brought before the Resident Magistrate to-day and remanded until Monday. Anderson is about twenty years old, and is still at large. A number of articles were taken from the shop, but were afterwards recovered.

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ARREST OF BURGLARS., Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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ARREST OF BURGLARS. Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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