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ESPIONAGE.

AUSTRIANS SENTENCED.

(Per Press Association— Copyright.)

VIENNA, March 1

At the trial of ex-Lieutenant Yandritch, who was sentenced, to 19 years' imprisonment for espionage, it was stated that he, left the ; Austrian Army when degraded for .calumniating-the name of his fiancee by means of anonymous letters. He then sought admission to the Russian Army, and was" appointed a military, correspondent at' 40s per day and expenses. He delivered | 17 documents to Russia, but asserted that they were purely imaginative. Scraps, of-paper found in his lodgings betrayedVhim. ; â–  ' .../,_. _ Cedonlyl, concerned m the ilecll scandal, was sentenced to 19 years imprisonment, and his brother, Alexander, to 57 months.

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ESPIONAGE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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ESPIONAGE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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