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CABLE NEWS

By Rleotrio Tfleoraph,

Erom Our Special Cqrrkspondbnt,

THE MEXICAN • TROUBLE

ANOTHEB CONSTITUTIONALIST VICTOKY.

HUEETA HEMMED IN ON ALL SIDES:

Mexico Cm. May 20. Another Constitutionalist victory is re p-rted. Pour thousand Federals retreat dr from Monelona have been dispersed with heavy losses.

It i 8 generally considered that the capture ol Tampico means the end of the Huerta regime.

President Huerta is now hemmed in on all sides. The Constitutionalists are in the north. General SSapata and his men are 60 miles south of the capital American warships dominate the Port of Blaaanillo, and Vera Cruz is cut off,

Mexico Oitx, Ma? 20. The Constitutionalist generals exceeded the number of captured Federal generals after the battle of Paredon, in which two other Federal generals were killed.

Regarding Teertuohe fight, reports state tbat one general and thirty 'two mem.bers of his staff were exeouted immediately, The mediators convened their first session at Niagara Falls, where tbey are disoußiing the procedure, Ambasiador D«g»ma wel* eoaed th» d«leg«Ui ofteliUj.

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CABLE NEWS, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4398, 22 May 1914

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CABLE NEWS Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4398, 22 May 1914

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