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TO DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.

Wblmnoton, August 27. The oroßß examination 6f Ohemli wu reanmed this morning. He said that the right hand drive er contained no newspapers, only bills, Italian letter* and documents. He replaced a number of articles In the drawer after the polloe had made the search. When the Inapeeto took the stiletto from the abeath he remarked ; " The thing la rooty, we will see It better by daylight." Re-examined : His statement to the Governor was written m the Italian lan&uige. He was not aware who translated. He had not had a private lnttevlew wl*ti Me JelHooe before that statement was made. At the Ibitanoe of tha gaoler he only pat down the more. Important partioalar«. It wbb a fall state* ment he knew nothing of the present oaae, nor what they were Investigating. After be was Informed that Hawklna had met with foul play he folly expeoted that the houses (n the neighbourhood of tha aoene of the murder would ba scanned by the police. He did not understand tne evideooo given at the trial, by Tasker, respecting the pleoas of gaper, therefore la his atatement to tbe Governor he hadl not mentioned anything about the fragraenta of newspapers. Toe evidence produced before the Governor be waa aware of before shown it by Mr JelHooe. There were no newspapers m tha handkerchief when it waa handed by Dit motives Bei>j»mln and Oampball to Inspector Thompson ; m fact Thompson said " There (a nothing we want from there, theße are only letters* bills and doou> menta,"

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TO DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2210, 27 August 1889

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