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Austin explained that he met Colonel Wallaek on tho man-p'-war stops. The colonel instructed him to look after spies and wireless, and ho thought it his duty to do so. The Magistrate: You did your duty as a military officer, of course? —Yes, fir, 1 did. Continuing, witness said he was on board the Sonoma among friends. When he got the instructions from Colonel Wallaek he had the cards printed straight away. He was watching the wireless on board the Sonoma, and had the-cards to save a lot of unnecessary explanations. The Magistrate: I cannot convict in this case. Lieutenant Meikle should take Captain Ginger up to Darlinghurst for a while. Thnt might keep him out of mischief. A joke's a joke, but it can be carried too far. You be careful, captain, or perhaps you will lose your commission. Austin : Very well, sir.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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