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South African War Scandal.

United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copyright. London, Jane 23 The controversy respecting the identity of Myers is said to have made a great deal of money out of oats contracts) m connection with the stores scandals, is still going on. Ib appears that one Carl Meyer took Bergl's contract, and was a direofcor of Beyers, Limited, whereof H. J. Meyer was the principal. Colonel Morgan's relations were chiefly with the latter.

THE MOTION OF CENSURE.

Sir Robert Seid's motion of censure o£ bhe Government will be debated on Monday. London, June 24 Carl Meyer, m a letter to the Press, states that he was never connected with the first Cold Storage Company, but joined the second, or Imperial Cold Storage Company, at Mr Rhodes's request, as the representative of Da Beers, Limited. He held Hot a shilling's personal interest m Bergl'a contract, and is unacquainted with L. J. Meyer, who was temporarily manager for the Imperial Cold Storage Company m South Africa for six months.

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South African War Scandal., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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South African War Scandal. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6605, 26 June 1905

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