The following has been receivedby His Excellency tbe Governor frpm the Admiralty:— "Tbe attention of officers in command is called to the necessity of strict reticence in all matters relating to theA movements and operations against the fleet. Interviews and.'lettere from the fleet. are appearing in the Press giving information wbjcb should not be made public, and itap , pears from private telegrams cbrrectly, addressed to ships at their baße,that; information of this point rnuJ3t'-have been conveyed in letters from : these' ships. Such lapses in secrecy may have "serious e|f|6tslio'r| |vjjbljo interests' atidaVtbey c&lnot %lw'iys ; *be Co'nfc'frjl-* led by censorship, the patr i6tic ! co" operation of 'all ranks should) be invited, His Excellency hopes thafetMa,! 1 rfqTJfest will strictly be adhered; to." •
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SECRECY URGED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914
SECRECY URGED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914
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