REMITTANCE MAN ARRESTED,
[Per United Press Association.)
WHANGAREI, November 5.
Shopkeepers halve been victimised of late by means of gilded sixpences. The police, who have been investigating the matter, made an unexpected l discovery last night. When they an-ested a remittance man named Frank Eaton on a charge of drunkenness, they found spurious coins in his possession. They then searched his belongings at his boarding-house, and found a brush and gold paint. The accused appeared before the court to-d&y, and was remanded for a week on bail.
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