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THE PARIS SENSATTON.

Paris, March 23

Madame Cailiaux, when interro gated by the examining magistrates, described the great affection which existed between herself and her hus band. She said she associated herself intimately in all the joys and pains of M. Caillaux's public life, Tqe violent campaign- against him in the Press deeply troubled her, She had noticed that there was animosity against her; self in society, and was sickened by the abominable campaign. When the "Figaro" published a letter signed "Yours, Jo," she feared that two of her own private letters written before marriage would be published.

Madame Cailiaux broke down several times during the ordeal, and tbe interrogation was suspended.

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THE PARIS SENSATTON., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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THE PARIS SENSATTON. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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