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■''■■Mr{'R;..^ tended a session .'of/the NevYYbrk State ;};; Athletic Commission to; ;gather data} y with the bbject;;o*;:standki*d]sing:weights V •and-penalties"" of/the prizeyriiig^y/yY} // Vi Ajpr-iy-ate-cablegram received;in Syd-: ne-yrjtreni Londbn/ annourices the death 6% Mr' David Anderspn,, / late}/ ';geners#Y. manager' of- the Orient 'Company'//in}// -Australia. ■/■''"..-,. '''"/.,, /;• /-/Y':Y"-;Y(!i<3 ) s^ .The Russian /Minister of Finance/hiY / lia statement declares that the alarmist /; ! rumours}. published in /German - news- }; | pajiers,: have caused extreme cbiisterha- ;,/■; tibii' ori -tlie Bourse;/: The *rumours/are/: / absolutely} devoid' of foundation..; /; /}/// In tlie House;of Lords/;;Lpfd.Lucas/,/ stated/that the present estahlishmerit/y'. of thb Regular Army was 10,547 officers\ ;/:- --andi23a,2iß y nbn-cpmmissibned,; ''officers|is; and irieii; ; The establishment} of,/ thb /;; Special Reserve was 78,714 officers, and; y/ menY^rid the Territorials 312-.000//YY - y A / Wai t'er-clork/in ya:; '■-' restaurant/ _ : in/ ■;; Soho, London j was sentenced to nine v y months' ' imprisonment 'for; theft. It' was stated that whmi he- was .arrested-^: seven other/ waiters' stariipeded/ not / waiting/to/receive their ".w;jvgesY/The : ./., i^staui-an tytahirigsiyha^ysm ;bjY£so.:, a/wee^Y •'/-/// V ':Af AA^AfAAIAAg^ :'•-■ In Lbrid ohy aY you'rig /^v^ariZ-riamett/:/ -years'' imprisonment' for' wounding with/ • ';' • murderous intent Basil Pippard, of^independent means. They lived together,';-, in a.-West End flat for .yoarsr On returning from supper one night she shot „ Piffard, who was in, bed, permanently . in jur ing th c sight of one eye. because he stated' he might 'go to Paris with /■ another: woman:// ■/--'/■ t ";•,'-: / .... •/■;■-} -.; *■';. . Mrs Flora Kerr.,.; a resident of Auckland, Who, with her son,; was/staying. at Darlirighurst, Sydriey, died in a hospital of the effects"-of. poison. Deceased, whose husband .is a patient in ':. the Auckland ribspitai,.had been depressed for .some months. She was/found on Friday .last struggling iv; bed with a. bottle of poison beside/ her. ■■She left, the following note:—" God /alone : knows the trouble 1/ have"; had. , Take ; car**- of the'boy/he is; worth it!';' y*YY The Tmrierial Council of Commerce// has:-passed' X> resilution supporting/they ; Dominions' Exhibition. ..',■''/;}; •■ //};//"

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CABLE BREVITIES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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CABLE BREVITIES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8811, 6 March 1914

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