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CASSELLS.

Detective-Sergeant Cassells has bee"n "promoted" from Wellington to Napier. Napier jis a law-abiding town with next to no serious crime in it. In Wellington there is a good deal of serious crime. Mr. Cassells has\been the most adroit hunter of rascals that Wellington has had, and he goe3 where the rascals are simple and few. Wherefore, lot the criminals of the city rejoice and be glad! There is no sense in the administration of the Police Department. Still, Napier gains something. Mr. Cassells is a man without affectation, keen and shrewd, no snuffler. The rascals of Napier bad better shift.

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CASSELLS., Wanganui Chronicle, Volume L, Issue 12781, 29 July 1911

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CASSELLS. Wanganui Chronicle, Volume L, Issue 12781, 29 July 1911

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