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A CRUEL STORY. I

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ATTiEGED ATTEMPT TO EXTORT…

THE ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN.

THE RAID ON A CITY GAMBLINGII…

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THE RAID ON A CITY GAMBLING II H ELI* At Bow-itrcst on Fiidav James t Hatehnsfia of no occupation, and William I' Lutchford, greengrocer^ ot Baibasa, were I charged with cyr.npiring with we. whe were remanded yesterday, to defraid by means of forced tcitgraM.?. They were remanded, f OU> c-ther nioii were charged with MXiBtiegiuthc r.i^nagei!ient o. the p; t=:^isea, I and 3Q persons v.i u found on tue T r mi^es. The prosecuting «olic;tor said tue premises were known v.h the City Billiard Ci-i;, but from information in tho possession of the polic-a there w¡¡,a no doubi. it was simply a gambling hell. The Lord Mayor fined Conor* £ 20, and the other four principals 20s. eacL. The defendants found on the premises were borad over iu rnuognisanees. and the bov waa discharged.

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