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[Per United Press Association.] CHRISTCHURCH. October 20. Andrew Cuftello, of the Lands Depart ment. Christchurch, was remanded today on a char;}" of embezzling £54. Other charges are p'Midincr. Bail (£200) was granted. AUCKLAND, October 20. In the Supreme Court to-day John Sharp*?, who pleaded amity to' robbery with violence at New Plymouth, was ordered two years' reformative treatment. As a result, of the inquest on Alice Beatrice- Ward, who was drowned in the harbor, the coroner (Mr Cutten, S.M.) found .tri open verdict. He added that Taylor's was unreliable, but that there was no evidence to support a finding that he was guilty of crime. Taylor was subsequently charged with vagrancy. Ho wag convicted and discharged.

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DOMINION DOINGS, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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DOMINION DOINGS Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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