Ambassador Thompson to the Acting Secretary of State.
Mexico, September 20, 1906.
Sir: Referring to my No. 198,a of the 10th instant, relative to the seizure by a Mexican transport, on a charge of poaching, of the fishing vessel Aloha, belonging to the Gulf Fisheries Company, of Galveston, Texas, I have the honor to inclose copy and translation of a note from the foreign office and of the communication from the department of war and marine therewith transmitted, reporting the status of the case in the courts.[Page 1095]
I have had no information relative to the case from the consul at Veracruz later than that contained in his report of the 7th instant (inclosure 7 in No. 198); but he will keep me advised as to any further developments.
I have, etc.,
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