CASTRO THE DICTATOR.
A REVOLUTION PLANNED. SHIPLOADS OF MUNITIONS. (Received 9.10 a.m.) CARACAS, April 11. There are indications that ex-President Castro does not intend to sit down quietly under his sentence of exclusion from the State. A strong movement in support of the return to power of the fallen dictator has originated in the Orinoco district of Venezuela. It is stated that Castro has offered half his fortune to his supporters in the event of a successful restitution. He has loaded four steamers at Antwerp with arms and ammunition, and these will be landed Id Venezuela at a point where their arrival is secretly awaited.
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