A WIDESPREAD CONSPIRACY.
j. THE AUYORE DYNAKITARDS. k -''•■•---END OP THE TRIAL. j ..:-.., CALCUTTA, April 15. 1 The trial of the Bengali conspirators r arrested in May last as the result of the » discovery of stores Of explosives was con- - eluded at Alipore to-day, the assessors i finding twenty-five of the accused, mii eluding Arabindo Ghose, hot guilty; and ■ the eight others guilty, y 1 Mr. Justice Beachcroft, who is not j bound by , the opinion of the assessors, ( delivers judgment next weekl" > y The excitement among the natives is j increasing, and great precautions are bej ihg taken to prevent the prisoners being .. .rescued.,'"■•";■" ■.-".-' i ;■ -\ h ;;?' sH : » During.the 120 sittings of the Court 1 occupied, by the trial,'2oo Crown exhibit* r were; produced, .'including bombs, detpnaf tors, arid chemicals. "•*_ | ■"; -No witnesses were called for the dei fence*. * The Crown Prosecutort address occu> • pieil thirteen days. He showed that the t prisoners had prepared maps and. plans , of the places tjiey had meant to attack; 5 and had initiated propaganda ' work Ii among the youths. --■-,'. i - : • ■ ——-^^———« '
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