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New Plymouth Murder.

i [TEll . TIIESS ASSOCIATION.]

" New Plymouth, ;May 15. ■ Bernard Ilawson stated he''Ba'w Miss . Wilson speaking to the prisoner on Thursday opposite the restaurant, and Miaa ■ Wilson -was, therefore, mistaken in the day when she said it was Friday, 11th ■ April. This evidence is in connection, with the . alibi which prisoner's counsel'is setting ■ up, and is against the theory of an alibl. • During the" proceedings to-day Mr Samuel objected tb the manner of cross* ' , examination of witnesses adopted by tho' ■ Crown Prosecutor, and ialso' to the 1 com-- ' ments of tho Cbrorier ori" the evidence of certain witnesses, as it.was. calculated to :,. injure the prisoner's defence. ' ' The Coroner did nobsustain.the objec* ,-' tion. . ,- - „,. / ,-, ■■; i . Tho inquest was adjourned r till to* morrow. New Plymouth, May 16. ' Bernard Bawson having stated that it. was Thursday when Wilson was in front of Warren's . shop, was examined as to' whether his memory was reliable. Jno ■ Warren, restaurant-keeper, said he >. thought ib was Thursday when the knives were being ground that he saw (Wilson.

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New Plymouth Murder., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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New Plymouth Murder. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2431, 16 May 1890

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