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KAVALKY MUSTAPHA

London, November 30. Although it ia officially stated that Kavalky Mustapha committed suicide in bis cell, it ig believed that be sue cumbed to police methods of extortiDg information concerning the doings of Sabftcdkim and other opponents of the present regime. Kalvalky was re garded as their emissary. There am icdicationa that Russia will insist upon rigid inquiry. [Kavalky's surrender wa3 secured from the Russian Consul on the plea that he waa a murderer. Afterwards he was sentenced to death for the killing of Shefket Pasha. Thereupon Russia demanded his return, aa thie was a political offence. Turkey re' plied that he had committed other mnrrlnra aa wrall 1

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KAVALKY MUSTAPHA, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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KAVALKY MUSTAPHA Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4353, 2 December 1913

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