THE KAIWARRA MURDER
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Wbixjnotox, Jaly 19 The petition 1b favor of the reprieve of Lonii Ohemlsls being nameronsly signed. The prime movers have written to the Minister for Justice to name a data when it o»n be handed In, also If ba wti allow a deputation to preient it to Bit Kxoellenoy direct. • Last evening Mr Jelllooe visited the Terraoe gaol, and held a lengthened conversation with the prisoner, bat the utteranoes of eaoh was taken down m short - hand on behalf of the Government by Mr H. Gore, Private Secretary to the Minister of Landi. The gaoler, Mr Garvey, was present daring the. lnterview. A copy of the tranaorlption has been forwarded to Mr Jelllooe, who Is now engaged In looking np evidence on behalf of the prisoner. Mr Jelllooe has written a warm letter to the Minister for Jastlee, protesting against the course adopted ia a Govern meat Bhorthand reporter being present at the Interview, and asking for a private Interview with tbe prisoner. Government have not taken the Ohemls oaae Into "or naideratlon as they are waiting for tbe Judge's formal report and tbe evidence whlah Mr Jelllooe is laid to be preparing.
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THE KAIWARRA MURDER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2178, 20 July 1889
THE KAIWARRA MURDER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2178, 20 July 1889
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