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WELLINGTON, November 15. Some weeks ago a colored man named Isaac Brown, a seaman on the barque Cornuvia, brought a complaint of cruelty against the captain and crew, and said he could not get oh with them. He deserted twice, and was sentenced to a short" term of imprisonment. Yesterday the, man was found partially nude wandering abjut tho Hutt Valley, near Kaitoke, in a state of violent madness. The settlers, for protection, tied him to a tree, and, as the place was drained of police by the Hawthorne case, they sent to town for a corstable to remove him to the asylum. Judge Edwards made an ord'er for the examination of the Minister of Justice in the Mills libel aotions against the Christchurch 'Press' and the 'Oiago Daily Times 1 by the registrar of the Supreme Court here. The trial is fixed for the 26th November at Blenheim.
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INTERPROVINCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
INTERPROVINCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
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