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THE LAID ON ILLICIT TRADERS.

With reference to the whisky raid at Te Kuili and Otorohanga it appears that, in order to get up the cases, Sergeant Cullen has been travelling the King Country as a hfe insurance agent, and as the result of his exertions about sixty-six informations have been laid against storekeepers and others for illicit sales of liquor. There will be a special sitting of the Magistrate’s Court at Te Awamutu, held by Captain Jackson, S.M., to deal with the cases. A man who "was anxious to insure his life hunted up the sergeant in order to make a proposal. Sergeant Puljen is reticent as to th.e result.

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THE LAID ON ILLICIT TRADERS., Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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THE LAID ON ILLICIT TRADERS. Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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