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NAVAL COMMAND.

THE CAPE STATION. By Telegraph.— Press Association.— Copyright. (Received October 19, 1.30 p.m.) LONDON, 18t»h October. Rear-Admiral P. W. Bush succeeds Vice-Admiral G. La dere Egerton iv the command of the Cape Station. [Rear- Admiral Bush, M.V.0., was born in 1855, Rjnd entered the Navy m 1859, becoming a lieutenant in jl>V77, commander in 1891, Captain m 16tF, and reaj-admiral in 1907. He seu.'v?d in the Battle of Tokar (Order of Osmanteh.]

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NAVAL COMMAND., Evening Post, Volume LXXX, Issue 95, 19 October 1910

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NAVAL COMMAND. Evening Post, Volume LXXX, Issue 95, 19 October 1910

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