THE KAIWARRA MURDER
♦ ■ , 1 (PER PBBBB ASSOCIATION.^ I
Wellington, July 21 Ma Jelilooe waited on the Governor, personally, and laid the papers m connection with the Ohemls oase before him The convict has forwarded a statement to the Government on his own nooonnt, but the latter decline to give any lnform&tlc/D as to Its nature. Mr H. D Bell, Grown Prosecutor, who aonduoted the oa?e agnlnat Ohemls, haa oommenoed aa to ion against Mr E, O. JeUlcoe, aolioitor, claiming £5000 damagot for alleged injary oontalned In oeitatn paragraphs la the shorthand notes taken by the Government bhortbe.id reporter at the Interview between Mr J9lllooe anc ;he prisoner, and published. Whe> Ohemta wsb informed that Goveromoc h«d declined to allow Mr Jell <ne tointe»vleir him again, he aaked for writing materials, which ware supplied to bio), and he thea wrote •> statement to thu Governor purporting to be a tratbfu> sooount of hli movements oa tha night of 31st May. Ha aaaertt hit inoooenoe, and protest! against being hanged for a crime >f whioh ha says he la Innocent. The atatßment, whioh was written In Italian, will be Uid before the Government In du> I ooune,
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THE KAIWARRA MURDER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889
THE KAIWARRA MURDER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2182, 25 July 1889
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