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THE RIGHT OF SEARCH.

AMERICA'S NOT?:. " BLUFF " THEORY REPUDIATED. WASHINGTON, January 2. The American Ambassador has despatched a long report from London, in which is described tho British attitude on the contraband question. It lV entirely friendly, and the Press criticism is reasonable and amicable. A portion of British opinion thought that the American Note was chiefly for home consumption, and was also due to the pressure of German-American sentiment, but Washington officials denied such implications. They stated that the United States was thoroughly in earnest, and had a very detinite cause of grievance. They heped" that owing to the' amicable British attitude everything wo'ikl be satisfactorily arranged.

the one exception. FOOD CARGOES FOR BELGIANS. WASHINGTON, January 2. Mr W. H. I’ngo, American Ambassador in London., cabled on Friday That Great Britain would facilitate- tlie passage of relief ships point; to Holland only, as they would contain whole, cargoes of food for Belgian refugees. Great Britain had informed Mr Page of the restriction before she received Ilia American Note. AMERICAN PRESS VIEW. SEA CONTROL ESSENTIAL FOR. BRITAIN’S SUCCESS! NEW YORK, January 2. _ The Now York ‘Tribune' says that Britain's margin of advantage- is too substantial to he exhausted. As long as she controls the seas she is accomplishing all she needs to do at present. NO QUARREL WITH HONEST TRADE. (London 'Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) LONDON, January 1. 1 The Times,' in a leader, says: “Me believe our cast 1 , is so good that, it will convince the Americans that, while, we cannot relax our grip upon the enemy in this struggle for national existence, we aiv sincerely anxious to exercise our rights with, the least possible inconvenience to legitimate, honest Irado with neutrals, a-ud particularly our American friends/’ A COBBER CARGO SEIZED BY DENMARK. COPENHAGEN, Jaunary 2. The authorities at Copenhagen seized a largo cargo of copper which a- ( lennanAmevicau lirm was attempting to smuggle into Germany by means of a- false bill of lading. [ SCANDINAVIAN KEELING. j STATE GUARANTEES MOOTED. j .AMSTERDAM, January 2. The ‘ Vossische Zcitung‘ says that. Scandinavia is preparing a Note to fho belligerents .requiring free import of ail necessary goods from neutral and belligerent countries. Scandinavia, will guarantee that, the goods are destined exclusively lor that- country’s consumption. THIRD KEI NFORCEM ENTS. FURTII HR APPOINTMENTS. Lieutenant-colonel Potter, camp commandant at Treinhavn, has made, the tollowitig additional temporary appoint.nieido cl nou-rotnmissioued oillcer.s isays the ‘ New Zealand Times') to the tTill'd rtdulorcelueuts ; —Divisional ileaduiiaitcro Stall. — Corporal J). Galbraith to be sergeant; Private S. J. Castle, corporal; Private C. D. Warren, corporal; Private J. Jackson, sergeant. —lst Regiment infantry (North Island). - Ist Battalion,Auckland Company, No. I.—Company Sergeant-major E. L. Brown, Company Quartermaster-sergeant J. IV. Dowdail, Platoon Seigeant ft) J. M. Johnston, Platoon Sergeant (2) A. R. Gillespie, Platoon Sergeant (3) H. J. Harris, Corporal A. W. G. Rolfo, Corporal H. IV. D, Bold, Corporal ■ S, Maxwell. Auckland Company, No. 2. --Company Quartonnastei-sergeant J. .M'Hardy, Platoon Sergeant UT A. K. .Spencer, Platoon Sergeant' 16) K. C. Dare, Platoon Sergeant (7) IL Tipping,, Corporal .1. K. Boye.-., Corporal 11. Hogg, Corporal If. P. Fa nelly, Corporal F. Molteno, Lance-coiporal 11. S. Polglaso. IVeilmgton Company, No, 5. —Company Sergeant-major J. Aitkon, Company Quar-termaster-sergeant C- N. Devery, Platoon Sergeant {9} W. Brook-Taylor, Platoon Sergeant. (10) J. Jackson, Platoon Scr- - goaiit (11) E. Clow, Corporal K. I-.. ; Store, Corporal F. J. Olford, Corporal S. j E. Lurking, Corporal V. W. Brown, Cor- ; poral A. L. Junes, Corporal K. W. .Beal- ! lug. Corporal G. IV. York, Corporal H. H. : Schv,deters, Corporal K. W. Guy, Lance- • corporal R. I'. Mason. Wellington Company, No. 4. —Company ; Sergeant-major F. IV. Goodwin i11.L.1.t, ( Company Qua r ten nas t c r-se rgea ll fc VV. U. . Young, ’Platoon Sergeant (12) 11. i.ee, Pla- i toon Sergeant (13) IE Cnignall, Platoon I Sergeant (14) T. E. Gmuislade-, Corporal i S. li. Stroiid, Cot poral ; J\ Higgins,_ Cor- : poral IV. Cunningham, Corporal K. A. : Bate, Corporal IJ. Renwirk. C-urporal P. I J. Gallagher, Laiuc-corpural A. S. Ganiage. i —2nd Regiment Infantry (South Island). Ist, Battalion. — Regimental Quartermaster, Sergeant G. A. Roach.

Canterbury- Company, No, 1. —Company Sergeant-major AV'. Ci. H'all, Company Quartermaster-sergeant W. E. Smith, I'latoon Sergeant (1) H. Blair, Platoon Sergeant (2) J. Kitson, Platoon Sergeant (3) A. B. Hayman. Platoon Sergeant (4) E. J). Evans, Corporal J. King, Corporal B. W. Eli id. Canterbury Company. No. 2.—Company Scrgeant-maj.or A. IB Whittaker. Company Quartermaster-sergeant A. K. ilortiniorc, Platoon Sergeant (5) E. B. Murray, Platoon Sergeant (6) J. Evans, Platoon Sergeant (7) (t. Poulter, Platoon Sergeant (8) L. Sangstor. I Itago Company, No. 3.—Company Ser-geant-major J. M. Napier, Company Quar-termaster-sergeant H. B- Napier, Platoon Sergeant (9) B. Atlanisnn, Platoon Sergeant (10) E. <B Pilling, Platoon Sergeant (11) IT. P. (1. Chihls, Platoon Sergeant 1.12) B. M, Hyburn, Corporal Scrivener. Otago Company, No. 4. —Company Sergeant-major J. E. Cuthill. Platoon Sergeant (13) (r. ■ Forbes, Platoon Sergeant il4i P. W. Mackay. Pbitoon Sergeant (15) C. 11. Bell, Platoon Sergeant (IP) D. P. Pryce. Corporal A. S. Kennedy, Corporal M'Dowai!, Corporal T. Held. The following N.C.O.s will be employed as noted below : Sergeant -Master Shoemaker F. A. Fox, quarternii'SterV sl-trs's. Pav Department.—Sergeants A. A. Cairns, H. J. Salmon, (!. U. Priest, M. (1. Boyes. —List of 'transfer?. — The. following transfers have been authorised:—From Volet inary Corps, Corporal 1). Calbraith to Divisional .Headquarters Stall, Froii! Wellington Company, Ist Infa nl iy Battalion, Privates S. J. I astle, t. D. Warren, and ,1. Jackson to Divisional i Headquarters Stall’. From Otago Company. 2nd Infantry Battalion, Privates C. li. 'Child,; and ("' B. Cole to. Divisional Headquarter? Staff. “Rom Canterbury Company, 2nd Infantry Battalion. Private C. Mowatt to Divisional Headquarters Staff. From Otago Squadron, 2nd Mount ed Pi He Begiment. Private ,T. B. i (Vineland to Mounted Btflo Brigade Dean- : quin tens S-taff. Prom Canterbury ComS p-tnv, 2nd Infantry Battalion, Privates 11. ■I). ’Burt and W.‘B. Douglas to Infantry ! Brigade Headquarters Stall'. Prom Auck- ; land Company, Ist infantry Battalion. Private A. C. Ih-es to infantry Brigade Headquarters Staff. From Veterinary Corps, Private. A. M'Keuzie to Wellington Squadron.

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THE RIGHT OF SEARCH., Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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THE RIGHT OF SEARCH. Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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