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On mid after the. let- pro.v. .; limited number of authorised nodes may ire used in cable message? to the I, idled Kingdom, Tie code., authorise,! are ; (l! A.B.C. vdifmnl. i2l Scoft.V. iienth edition!, i3l Western Union, id; Lieb.-r's, The name r-f the code used must !••• inserted in the ifistriKDons and (Hegraphcd, Inn. i? not m he charged for. Cable messages in privhL* or any other code not. authorised must not be accepted. Private supple* i lie ii Is or numerical equivalent of phrases published in authorised codes aro not ad missible. Groups or senes of n timbers and .siuiiiar expressions - -for example, prices of stocks—arc not necessarilyadmissible because they appear in code. (t uncoiled messages would not have been passed, neither will coded messages be passed. All ■■(Hied telegrams to and from the United Kiutrdoin will be censored in that, country. The system will be extended io intercolonial messages v.h-ni anaiiErenieiits are complete.

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CODED CABLES, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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CODED CABLES Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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