THE COULD CASES.
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL
LONDON, March 11.
Frederick and Maud Gould have been committed for trial on a charge of having, attempted to communicate certain information calculated to be', of use. to an enemy. .LONDON,. March'l2. , Mr Croisdale, an Admiralty official, gave (evidence that a tracing found in Mrs 1 Gould's possession showed the arrangement of the machinery of six 18,000-ton armoured cruisers, the last of which was built in 1913, ■ also the essential features of the ship's. design and other confidential information. There was -a., seme's: of Ywritten; questions and answers found in Gould's, house, which related to the most confidential secrets regarding the armaments of destroyers.
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ESPIONAGE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914
ESPIONAGE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914
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