THE PARIS TRAGEDY.
DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE COURT.
I?abis, July 22
The Public Prosecutor, on behalf of the Government, announced that the diplomatic papers mentioned yester day by M. Labori were only copie3 of alleged documents which are non existent.
M. Presta!. M. Calmette's father'in. law, admitted destroying the fabre re port and "Thy Jo , ! lettprs which were found in Galroette'a pocket book affer his death, and which were copies in Oalmette'a handwriting. He denied M. Caillaux's allfgation that the "Figaro" waa in the pay of foreign banks or of Germany., M. Ohenu, a barrister representing, the "Figaro,", accused M. Caillaux of defijing the grave dug by his own wife. This caused a sensation.
M. Caillaux's evidence .was con eluded, and on his leaving the court he was greeted with sbouts of " vivi, Oaillaux!" followed by others of •' Caillaux, the assassin !" He had difficulty in reachirjg the waiting taxi through the deDse and excited crowd.
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THE PARIS TRAGEDY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914
THE PARIS TRAGEDY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914
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