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CONSTABLE WILLIS'S CASE.

TO THE EniTOB. Km,—Twice have I attended in obedience to my aubpo-ua at great personal inconvenience with expense, and now (ind the case again adjourned to suit counsels' convenience. Surely the gentlemen engaged could delegate their briefs to other counsel. The case is an A B C one, and within an hour of the decision in Guy's case I wrote Inspector VVeldou requesting (as the constablo I found was a junior) no further action be taken, as were ho placed in a similar position in future ho would know better how to act.—l am, etc.,

Frederick Mallard, Dunedin, June 27.

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CONSTABLE WILLIS'S CASE., Evening Star, Issue 7944, 27 June 1889

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CONSTABLE WILLIS'S CASE. Evening Star, Issue 7944, 27 June 1889

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