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THE KAIWARRA MURDER.

A SENSATIONAL STATEMENT.

(per pbesb asbootation.)

Wellington, September 18

A book entitled, ■« Murder Will Out ; or, The Mystery of K*<warra," h*>s been puhllehed by J. Eviao:-, of the " Oa hoi 0 Tlm-sfl," embodying the story of the Kilrfcrra murder. I*. 'a embellished wl-h 'llus'ratto-ia of Hawk'n*, Ohemls, and members of the police find bar, who have figured at various times m th* oiurse of ha proceeding*', bot'i before acd tfter the Supremo Oourt trial. At the end tbia following statement appears : — " After he trla', a portion of the s'eeve of Hawkins' coat, whloh was etu.k Wether "I'll congealed blood, was opened and examined with a ni'oroaoop?. In the part opened, s'uok to the coat by congealed blood, ware fouud three hairs, which had evidently belonged t ■> a hpavy, 111-kept, sandy moasaoh-." The writer connects -.his with st.tetnenta mado to Ojlonel Some, to tho effb.t thit a nun under the Ir.flueno- of llqu.ir, forming with rage, In possession of a gun, and acquainted with the locality, hid a quarrel with Hawkins shortly before tbe murder. No olne, however, is given to this man other than that he had a heavy, sandy moustache, nor diss Mr Evlbou say by whom, ir ex tally when, the mloroeooplo examiua•■ion wbs oonduoted.

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2230, 19 September 1889

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