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THE AUCKLAND SUICIDE.

A REMITTANCE MAN " LAMBED DOWN." [United Press Association.] AUCKLAND, May 22. The Police have ascertained that the mas button, who committed suicide this mcrning with a revolver, is supposed to be a single man who received remittances from hia friends at bome. He had sold hia house and land, and had received a balance of £44 on the 10th inst, but the police found oa him only l» Cd. Mr Black well, who had, paid him the money, states that Dutton waa hard-working and industrious fiat occasionally given to drink. Mr Blackwell knows of no reason for suicide save that Dntton may have lost hia money or run through it.

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THE AUCKLAND SUICIDE., Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXIII, Issue 118, 23 May 1899

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THE AUCKLAND SUICIDE. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXIII, Issue 118, 23 May 1899

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