ITin Mwtncr Ripnle r; turned to Wellingf<>;; v-:-rv-rdr-y uith the. liiVlvwt and rn-ei Jy-Kwiruj" to the fierm.-r Kaha wK-> « ;i e l<*it ashore on Saturday after endsavnrin » to .iav- th* livofe of three nt"ii v.t.y, wer£ drown'-1 as th* result of th;- eaydzing of a suifl -Ti! at- T<? Awaiti, near oapo Palliscr. Tito Collector of fWicti-uns began a formal inquiry. If the bodies are not- y?, covered flic .Marius D-spartmsat baa po<v< r to order a sj>:-nal inquiry regarding the accident- " 0 Signor Guglielmo Marconi has been inspecting oil the wireless stations throughout Italy. He has found them in a state of perfect efficiency for any war emergency. and lias made plans far the erection of new stations should that necessity arise.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914
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