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NEW GUINEA NATIVES. Press Association—By Telejpra/jh—Copyright MELBOURNE, Noveirber 20. Received November 20, at 9 a.m.) Tlio Administrator of Pnpua reports a -t rions conflict between 3. patrol and a, party of natives, vomiting in seven natives iniug killed. While tn rout*' to invertigato some murders in tho Cokila distr; ct, Mr Chiuiierv, A-si-tant Resident Magii trate, with a force nf native police, collided with a hostile tribe in tin: Rign district. The natives opposed Mr Gunnery's entrance, <toc'<cadod their village, and threw -pears. The police tired two volleys and drove out th-s natives. Mr Chinner/ was informed t!i:it -ix out nf the <evfi\ native- killed hid participated in the Cokila massacres.

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PUNITIVE EXPEDITION, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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PUNITIVE EXPEDITION Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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