THE KAIWARRA MURDER
(PER PRESS ASSOCIATION.; Wbllington, Jaly 23 In the eoqrao of his reply to Mr Jellicoe'e letter, m which the latter threatens to lay the whole matter regarding Chemls before the Governor, and aak for the aid of the Imperial Uovernnnat, thu Minister of Justice states, throngu. the Inspeotor of Prisons, "I am to inform you that the oharaotor of your letter under reply m suoh as to render farther correspondence with yon Impossible, and to add th»t, as yon have thought fit to threaten the ■Government m the manner quoted, the Government absolutely deeliue to afford you any facilities for seeing or communioating with the prisoner, or to answer any oommunicutiou yoa may address to it, until your threatened action has been taken, or otherwide disposed of. In order, however, thaf the Interest a of the prisoner may not be prejudiced, the Bon. Mr Fergus hai given inet ruction 8 that Ohenais be immediately informed that any communication he may with to make to the Government will receive every oon Blderaiion." Mr Jellicoe, having been refused a private Interview with Ohemis, intends to app y to hia Exoallenoy direct for permission.
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