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WELLINGTON, November 6. Klake was charged in the Magistrate's Court to-day with assault;'!'-' Wilic.ni Faulkner. The incident occurred two weeks ago. The rjolic- *'">•' Him Faulkner's wife kent house for Blake, who was seeing the v-onrn VV', .'o:ic night, when her "husband attacked him with two large ]■ , .n.,,,.,, 1 that Blake drew a revolver and fired at Faulkner, .. h'v ■■'- ,'-'■'•.■•■!•'wou-ided him on the head with the butt of the weapon. \. |.'.',,'i ~..,. j- ','■! not be found, the police sought an adjournment, which cou.-<H" !.','.'• the "defence strongly opposed, stating that Blake was a city bu<d'nes< man, who only acted in self-defence, and ho wished the case disposed of. An adjournment for a week was granted.
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ALLEGED ASSAULT., Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
ALLEGED ASSAULT. Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
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