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THE KAIWARRA MURDER.

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Wellington, September 5. Oo roaming m the afteroooi, Mr John Duthle (mayor), Mr W. H. Levin and Mr J. Luokle, gave evidence to the sama effect as the last two witnesses. Mr Jellloie reserved h's address, and called the Hona. Moiers Wilson, Buokley, and Pbawzya, M.L O.e, Mr T. K. McDonald, Mr F. Frnnklyn, Otptaln ! Barolay, and Ltcntenant-Colonel Mo* Donaell, who stated that thele first impreßolon on treadio^ the article wm tha'; the words referred to the police. In oroie-ez-minntlon aomo of them adm'ttnd th'it the wnrdfi were capabln of nn inte?preUtlon that they roferred t» those oadaatlnfir the otse m Ooait. The Ouutt c'j mroed »t 4.30 p.m. Welungton, Sep- ember $, la the Itbel aaae Bell v JelliooQ, tfa 9 procoßS of ctllincj witnesuoa as to tht meaning of the words ocmplnlr^ed of was resumed this morning and st.'.Vt oontloaei. Most of these witneases ttuinght the word* referred t^ the polloa and great »mnie■mt was cansed (q t»ever»l Instances by the (ff)rta of Sic R. Stoat to make then admit they tinlnfced to Mr Ball.,

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2219, 6 September 1889

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