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THE MURDER OF REEKS.

A GIRL'S EVIDENCE,

London, January 28 The police have cabled to Conadian do tectives to meet the steamer Grampian. A girl friend, whrlij Eeeke met on board;tho Empress of Ireland, states that Keeks told her he had friends at Bournemouth, whom he intended to visit. The girl says she was with him when he obtained his dollar bills from the purser, who took oharge of them during tbe voyage, Keeks counted the notes openly in the presence of the crowd waiting to leave the boat, and walked ashore with the giri, who took a cab and went home,

The Doliee at Liverpool admit that their investigations have ended in a stonewall. Although Reeks did upt visit London, Scotland Yard is investigating London clues. The search for the real Eamsden has proved fruitless.

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THE MURDER OF REEKS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 30 January 1914

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THE MURDER OF REEKS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 30 January 1914

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