I THE KAIWARRA MURDER
(PER PJRES3 ASSOCIATION.) \
WELiiiNGnoir, Aagast 30 The ovidoncointije pe'jury case against Detective Benjamin having finished this | morninsf, Mr Jellicoe sammed up this afternoon, the address occupying two noura. ITo reviewed at length the evi--1 dot.cc adduced,. chiefly as to its bearing on tho evidence given by Detective Ben jamia at Ohemis' (rial. In concluding Mr Jallicoo contended that there wus ample evidenoe to send the oaso for trial. I Iv reply to Mr Bell the Magistrate said that he was not prepared to say at present; whether there waa a case to answer or not. Ho would take time to oonaidar the voluminous evidenoe and on Monday would state where the acouied ehould show c mse why he should not be oommllt A for trial.
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I THE KAIWARRA MURDER, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2214, 31 August 1889
I THE KAIWARRA MURDER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2214, 31 August 1889
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