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On and after to-morrow cable messages in authorised editions of ABC, Liebcr's, Scott's, and Western Union codes only may be exchanged with British or allied territory wherever situated, or neutral territory, on extra European telegraphs system. No code messages permitted to or from neutral territory on European system except those exchanged between" Government and Head Diplomatic Mission, as now until further notiso use of three codes referred to in telegram 11th December—viz., Meyers Atlantic cotton code, Bentley's complete phrase code, Broomhall's Imperial combination code—permitted with United Kingdom only of name code used must appear in service instructions ; senders to supply translation when telegram handed in. Cables for and originating ;it places other than United Kingdom to be decoded and censored. The use of numerical equivalents r' in wide boots is not jjermittccV

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Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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Evening Star Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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