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BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE

MOHAMMEDANS RUN AMOK,

Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright,

SYDNEY, January 6. {Rereived January 6, at 9.15 a.m.)

The Broken Hill police have been handed a document alleged to have been found in the place where the. Turks were shot. It is written in an Eastern language, wherein Mnlla Abdulla, on behalf of Gool Mahomet. states that Gool wanted to fight and kill the, British because they were fighting his country. The statement adds : “ 1 never interfered with anyone here, and no one interfered with me. 1 have, no enemies. Nobody told me to do it, and I told nobody. As God is my witness, nobody knows except ns two.” Abdulla, in his own behalf, wrote : “ I am worried over being summoned. Gool talked over his troubles, then prayed to God. ‘Life was no good or use to them; he said.” Abdulla added No one interfered with me excepting the court and some larrikin children, who threw stones at me for weaving; a turban. That is why I wear a turban to-day. Nobody but God Lwows \\Au\t we. Vwo -are, going, to Ao. \ 1 swear to God this is true.

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BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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BROKEN HILL OUTRAGE Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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