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THE NEW IMPERIAL INDIAN ORDER.

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INTERVIEW WITH THE CLAIMANT.

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INTERVIEW WITH THE CLAIMANT. Mr. Guildford Onslow and Mr. Quwtermaine East, ix-Sheriff of London, had, by the permission of the BCome Secretary, an interview of twenty minutes' luration with the Ticbborne Claimant at the Convict Prison, Portsea. In the'evening they addressed a rublic meeting at the Beneficial Society's Hall, which iras held under the auspices of the local Magna Oharta md Tichborne Release Association. The chair was ;aken by Mr. J. Howell, a memberof the Town Council. Mr. Onslow said he bad never seen.the Claimant lookso well and strong or in better epirits. Indeed, according to lis own account, he has never been so well treated before n prison. He had given valuable information, which it was hoped would be of great use to his case here- after. Mr. Onslow remarked that notwithstanding the number of Tichborne meetings which had been held in all pafts of the country, they were no nearer securing the release of the convict, and the only way in which this eould be accomplished was to procure and produce Arthur Orton in the flesh. They had of- fered a reward, and after much time and labour had at length discovered the real Arthur Orton in Paramatta Lunatic Asylum. Though known as Cresswel), ho could be identified by twenty-two respectable, witnesses. Creswell's photograph had also been recognised by the Claimant. A letter wpa read from the convict stating that his cousin Biddulph doubted tie Oresswell story, and expressing great anxiety as regarded his wife and family, from whom he had not lately heard. Mr. Onslow urged the meeting to assist in bringing the lunatic to England. The Attorney-General of Australia was willing to surrender Oresswell under certain conditions,and to these the friends of Tichborne were willing to agree.

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TTHE LATE LORD KINNAIRD.

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