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A BRUTAL ASSAULT

At Auckland, on. Thursday night, a little girl of 11, while making her way home along Park avenue, was accosted by a man, who wanted to see her home. The child declined, whereupon the man seized her, placed hie hand over her month, and began \o drag her towards the Domain. The girl fought and kicked, and, getting her mouth free, screamed loudly. Thereupon two or three men came to the rescue. The man dropped the child and ran. He was vigorously pursued, but managed to escape through a back yard and vacant sections. The girl was considerably cut and bruised about the face, aud is suffering from .shock.

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A BRUTAL ASSAULT, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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A BRUTAL ASSAULT Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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