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CASTRO'S TROUBLES.

ORDERED OUT OF MARTINIQUE

LONDON, April 12.

A Reuter message from Martinique states that Ex-President Castro pretended to be ill when ordered aboard a French steamer at Fort de France, capital of Martinique, for Teneriffe, but he was not allowed to delay.

On leaving he refused to dress, and the authorities placed him on a stretcher, and carried him aboard the steamer clothed in underwear, complaining of an intolerable pain in the abdomen and kidneys.

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CASTRO'S TROUBLES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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