A Traitor's Scheme.
Paris, July 12
Captain Bougouin, who was sentenced to 10 years' hard labour, communioated to Captain Delabry, of Paris, through the Legation mailbag and to a French newspaper through other channels, details of the composition of the Japanese detachments, and their march northwards after the capitulation of Port Arthur. M. Make, his interpreter, who confessed that he co-operated, was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment without hard labour.
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A Traitor's Scheme., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXI, Issue 6620, 13 July 1905
A Traitor's Scheme. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXI, Issue 6620, 13 July 1905
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