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THE KAIWARRA MURDER.

In the course of a reply to Mr Jellicoe's letter in which the latter threatens to lay the whole matter regarding Ghetnis before the Governor and ask for the aid of the Imperial Government, the Minister of Justice states, through the Inspector of Prisons:— " I am to inform yon that the character of your letter under reply is such as to render further correspondence with you impossible, and to add that as you have thought fit to threaten the Government in the manner quoted, the Government absolutely decline to afford you any facilities tor seeing or communicating with the prisoner, or to auswer any communication you may address to it until your threatened action has been taken or otherwise disposed of. In order, however, that the interests of the prisoner may not be prejudiced, the Hen. Mr Fergus has given instructions that Chemis be immediately informed that any communication he may wish to make to the Government will receive every consideration."

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER., Evening Star, Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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THE KAIWARRA MURDER. Evening Star, Issue 7967, 24 July 1889

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