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THE KAIWARRA MURDER.

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Welunoxon, September 6 ' la the libe.' <»»a this afternoon Mr Jelllooe wag examined. After relating wh»t took placa at tt..e Interview id the gaol with Ohemfa, and (he prodaotlon of affidavit! for tbe Governor, he said be bad not asked tho newspapers to publish the article complained of. What hid been pnbllihed waa done at the aJseretlpp of the editors. He denied that he fotejuded to reflect on Mr Ball. He regretted tb?,* anyone had attributed tbe words to him, A% thl* stage Sir R. Stoat aanoanaed Übat Mr JelHooe bad withdrawn tbe plea •of jaitlfiottlon, end regretted having pleaded it, and bad also agreed to pay all M- JelHeoe eatd : X rogrofc that any ""•-i J» of mIDB, or aoy language of^mine, itiuuld have been imagined by *oy peisou W tpply to Mr Bell . Of ooone I tip no

[responsible for the Imagination of other I persons, but I regret any person should [ have Imagined anything of the kind. Of [ course the plea of justification I propose to i withdraw. Of course I have never made a oharge again at Mr Bell. His Honor (to Mr Jelllooe) : Yon accept the terms announced by Sir R, Stout. Mr Jellicoo : Yea. His Honor In discharging the jury thooked them for 'he attention they had givon to thn pr-ooc-cJfngH. He had always found it tbe name tn a'l colonial oourts where justice was administered. " There has never been," continned the learned Jntfge, 'm thin oountry, and I hopo to I God there never may be cause to suspeot that the administration of justice has been oondnotcd la on oh a way as not to givo every possible legal right to every man, wonun or ohild who may stand up to plead for their liberty or it may be for their llfo."

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2220, 7 September 1889

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