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Wellington, September 2 I Mr Graham,!a:t R.M. dlsmissod tbo charge of perjury against Dotectlv'e Benjamin without calling on Mr Bell for the def enoe. He Baid that he considered tho evidence, tendered as it was by the convict Uhomis, his wife and relations, was such that no jury would convict. Mr Jellicoe sold it was no uio going on with the case againet Deteotlve Campbell, however s'roog the evidence -.might be, after what Mr Graham had Baid . j ' The oase was accordingly dismissed . In answer to Mr Ball the R.M. said tho defendants m his opioion came out of the charges without any slur on the r character. J " At Mr Jelliooe'a request Mrs Ohemis was bound over under the Vexations Indictments Aot to prosecute Detective Benjamin, bejtoie the Grand Jww* j

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2215, 2 September 1889

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