Murder of Joe Kum Yung by Lionel Terry

Murder of Joe Kum Yung by Lionel Terry

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On the evening of September 24, 1905, Joe Kum Hung was publicly attacked while in Haining Street, Central Wellington. He was shot twice in the head, and died later that night in hospital from his wounds. Originally from Canton, China, the 68 year old Hung had lived in New Zealand for many years. He had been injured in a mining accident that le...


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