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"Wellington, Augcnt 20. The charges of perjury »galDst the polioe came on this morning. That against Inspector Thompson was dlamissed, aa Mr Jelliooe wished to go oa with the other first. Me Jalllooe said ha would lay a fresh information. Tha ohatge agaioßt DeteoMve Benjamin vu then taken. Me Jelllooe made • long opening address, In the course of whioh ha Intimated that Ohemis and his wife would! be oalled, and their evidence corroborated by otheri, particularly aa to Benjamin 1 ! denial that he aaw any quail or a wa4 gutter In Ohemls'a hoaae; Counsel also said the Prem'er and the Ohtef Justice would be oalled, but Me Bell for the defenos admitted the latter'a notes Into tha case. Mr Jelllcoa aooused a minister's wife, name not mentioned, of going to Mrs Ohemia and examining her ai to tha evidence she was to give. Only formal evidence has been heard so far.

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2205, 21 August 1889

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