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  • Maoris Tell Vivid Stories Of Fremantle Stabbing Brawl Which Ended In Two Deaths

    Dramatic highlight of the inquest during the week into the deaths of two Maori soldiers, Stanley Reginald Hooper (26) and Ned Rako Kelly (21), during a brawl at Fremantle on April 11, was the evidence of Maori soldier, thick-set Taare Kahaki, who was himself twice stabbed during the affray which occurred ... [ILLUSTRATED]
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  • "Saw Flash Of Knife"

    Darcy Agorina Nepia, tall, good-looking, light-skinned, said that in his view the trouble really started, when two US soldiers came into the ... [Article] (172 words)
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  • STOP PRESS REDS TRIUMPHANT.

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  • AIF MAN'S STORY

    Returned soldier of this war, Andrew Duncan Stitt, wearing Middle East ribbon, told of rowdiness in the bar which followed ... [Article] (178 words)
  • Shopkeeper's Version Of The Trouble

    Fremantle shopkeeper, Con Anastos, whose store is opposite the National Hotel, said that it was about 3.10 p.m. on April 11 when he heard a commotion going on in the hotel. Next thing he saw was a U.S. ... [Article] (333 words)
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  • "Didn't Want Van Smashed"!

    Ambulance driver Edward Alfred Armfield, who took some of the Injured first of all to Fremantle Hospital, afterwards to Hollywood ... [Article] (300 words)
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  • WORTHY OF PRAISE

    Special word of praise is due to Det.-Sgt. Jack Cannon, who was in charge of all the investigations which followed the brawl ... [Article] (158 words)
  • "No Maori Carries Knife"

    Two other Maoris, both of whom were stabbed and had to be taken to hospital, told their stories of that fateful afternoon when they were ... [Article] (244 words)
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