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A DARING ACT

TRAFFIC IX 01TUM ALLEGED. A young Chinaman of rather prepossessing appearance—Sue Pea alias Sue Ohong —was charged in the City Police Court tin's morning with having been found in possession of opium in a form suitable for smoking. Chief-detective Herbert said that the accused arrived from Timani by train last night with nine tins of opium consigned by himself to himself. These goods were i claimed by him in the morning, and Detec-tive-sergeants Ward and Connolly arrested him as he passed the police station. It was understood that the opium had been obtained from a ship lying at Timani, upon which part of the crew were Chinamen. He would ask for a remand to Timani. : Accused was remanded to appear there to-morrow, and was escorted up by Detec-tive-sergeant Ward this morninig.

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A DARING ACT, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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A DARING ACT Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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