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A BOY’S ADVENTURE: HAVING A GOOD TIME.

STOP PRESS ITEMS.

(Per United P:ess Association.)

WELLINGTON, December 7. A Wellington boy, 13 years old, started out from home with £25 without his parents' knowledge. He visited .Napier, and proceeded thence by train to Auckland, whero he took rooms at a, boarding house, informing hia landlady that' his mother would arrive in /.two or three days. He spent a good deal of money in fancy goods. The'.' landlady, growing suspicious, communicated with the police, and the lad was arrested as a chiid not under proper control. £lO was then in bis possession. The boy appeared in the i'ofice Oourt to-day, and was remanded to enable arrangements to be made with his parents in regard to his future control.

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A BOY’S ADVENTURE: HAVING A GOOD TIME., Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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A BOY’S ADVENTURE: HAVING A GOOD TIME. Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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