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On March 4 a. man- named George Frederick : .&rierson was arrested m FU-leul-street, Dunedin,, m . a very advanced stage, oi sihikkur-. George, Frederick is, ; a remitt_ice manj and has much blscic curly hair,; which,, with , his pince-nez j . makes him, 16ok iike,,;a,; company-promoter, - at any^rate.,,., When he came ibeiore the Police Court .on ' March. 4 it Was thought.desirable ,to remand him for medical observation; which- seemed qnite. justified by the fact that .he., held conversation .. about yisfts to the heaveiiiy bodies m an airship:.. OnuMarch 11 _ George came to Court again, and,- having, passed the doctor all 'right, was charged .with drunkenness on. the 4th.i He pleaded, guilty^ and was ordered '.. to pay £l ; 3s Gd, .'expenses incurr red,. since- his incarceration. ! Mr . Cumnung,r_Patients' and, Prisoners' Aid Society, promised .to- look- afteec George and to see that he left at an early date for Hobart.'... ■>yty-\. ofy. ■'; ■'.<■.-."!' v y'.f

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REMITTANCE MAN'S PLIGHT., NZ Truth, Issue 247, 19 March 1910

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REMITTANCE MAN'S PLIGHT. NZ Truth, Issue 247, 19 March 1910

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