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SCHULER SENTENCED.

ffIMPRISONMENT FOR LIFE Q NEW YORK, April 19~ Ernest Sohuler, who held up the British steamer Mafctoppo on the high 3eas, has been sentenced to life imprisonment at Wilmington, Delaware. Sflbuler declared he was anxious to secure revenge against England and do something to help Germany. BELGIUM RELIEF Mr Pratten has forwarded Mr Hoiman an extensive report on the operations of neutral commissioner administering relief in Belgium. It is under, stood the report devoted special

attention to the Australian aspect of the question It ig believed no fur tber need exnta foe urgonfc assistance.

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SCHULER SENTENCED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3538, 21 April 1916

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SCHULER SENTENCED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3538, 21 April 1916

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