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OWNERSHIP OF THE "TIMES."

GERMAN D Ki!-CTOL>S

A curious ?to>7 to'-d hv n dent in the "Wti'iJi.-:nui Chwinic'e," n? the "Time;-!, ' iiew-ijnr,i»;-- It is generally thought Unit Lord ,Uo> - th cliffe is tbe po!o owner nf tho [, Tini ?," "Daily Mai!." and olber N:>i tbchii"; pftpera. lint, nt any r^ in ihe c-w , of tbe "Titup:- , ," Inis i: ; no" qui ; r correcli. AMioupb if- h invr- rh-i , - Ijhm] Northaliffn 'ivn ih- (>ir.\ti,:'>\:;\« in fluence, tbon- m■.••■■ nth. r ■-■hiin^iiolcuv l --. For instiince, Sir J: Am KikTirMin, r,v,]y eon of Jobunn liliuniian, who bailed frntu Uuobu-fr, f;w.'):i over 00,000 shares, u>■ d r.mo?-g--l; o'ber shareholders in tbe paper which i.-» using its "ihuuder" to diunaao i.h-i cau?e of lha Allia.-: are : Tbs Eliza yon Rotbevp, KhMnsweiler, Grand Dueby of BudMi;, Gn'many, tho Barones3 Gasherino Hall yon Ariiirn, Oarosi'uhe, Grnnd Dne'iy of Hiidon: and Agna.s A you [ii:i;z:,bu, rivo-iow, Pomerauin, Osmiany, Doubt'e?s Lord Northcliffrf'ri canipnign very SBti3facfcorr to t!.r.-s? i'lt-iivt

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OWNERSHIP OF THE "TIMES.", Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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OWNERSHIP OF THE "TIMES." Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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