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A PREMIER AND GRAFT

PROTESTS HE IS NOT GUILTY. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright OTTAWA, November 19. The Royal Commission who have been investigating the ''g™ft" . charges against Mr James K. Flamming, Premier of New Brunswick have' reported that it is not doubted that Mr .Flamming, in conjunction with certain Uovernment officials, wrongly received large sums of money from, holders ot Government timber licenses. Mr Flemming declares that the Oommission's findings are cruel and he refuses to resign from the Premiership.

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A PREMIER AND GRAFT, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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A PREMIER AND GRAFT Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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