1 j ■» ROTTMAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. During the hearing of the charge of murder against Rottman in ibo J'oiVe Court at. Manga we ka yesterday t'oii.stabk _ Kssou said he discovered a drawer open in the room occupied by M'C'a.iin. It '. contained a lady's handbag (open), and a purse (open). Only three shillings were s found in the housf. There was no ovi- ! donee as to the probable amount of money j in the house nt the time, of the tragedy. Detective Raivle stated that Kottman had 18s 9d in his possession ivhen he was arrested. Accused, who did not give evidence and who reserved his defence, was committed for trial at the Supreme Court at WanpaI nui on Fobruarv ( J. i
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RUAHINE TRAGEDY, Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
RUAHINE TRAGEDY Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915
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