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  4. JAPANESE EQUALITY

    American press messages state that the League of Nations Convention has adopted the Japanese amendment for racial equality. ("The Sun's" Special Representative) ...

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  5. COSTS OR DAMAGES

    The agreement on the reparations is not yet definite, and it is feared that it may yet collapse. Important questions of principle have arisen. The ...

    Article : 641 words
  6. SABOTAGE OF PEACE

    The staff of "The Time's" at Paris reports that the "Big Four's" decision not to publish the Treaty until the Germans have signed it is leading ...

    Article : 196 words
  7. BAVARIA

    It is reported from Munich that the Communists have dispersed the Council of Peoples' Mandatories, and seized the Trades Union Leaders and the ...

    Article : 133 words
  8. ROUMANIA ISOLATED

    King Ferdinand, during an interview with the representative of "The Times," described Roumania as a little island surrounded by enemies, isolated, and ...

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  9. LABOR CONVENTION

    The full conclave of the plenipotentiaries ratified the Labor Convention at a special plenary session this afternoon. ...

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  10. "M.P." METHODS

    Two military prisoners were handcuffed together on their way to Waterloo Station. They attempted to escape. The escort fired and shot one, who died ...

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  11. HOPE OF THE TOILERS

    Whatever may be thought of the Convention, however, there is no doubt of the sincerity of the Conference's intention. "Labor conditions ...

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  12. STATE AIDED BOLSHEVISM

    "The Times" correspondent in Berlin says that Count Rantzau (Foreign Minister) is actively supporting Bolshevism in order to embarrass the ...

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  13. TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT

    Popular interest in the Atlantic contest has been worked up to a high pitch. The newspapers give hourly details of the rival preparations for ...

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  14. FALL OF ODESSA

    General Franchet Desperey has expressed the opinion that Odessa was tenable, but he decided to evacuate it owing to the absence of food supplies ...

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  15. A.I.F. STUDENTS

    The East Scotland Agricultural College has accepted 100 members of the Australian Imperial Forces as students for courses in husbandry and forestry ...

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  16. JAPS IN KOREA

    The San Francisco branch of the Korean' Nationalists has received a cable saying that the Japanese killed 1000 unarmed people at Seoul (the ...

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  17. EGYPTIAN UNREST

    Reuter learns that some apprehension is felt that the trouble in Egypt, which was fomented at the beginning entirely by nationalist sentiment, may take a ...

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  18. THE COAL MINES

    In South Wales the ballots taken show a sweeping majority in favor of Mr. Justice Sankey's report, despite the bitter opposition of the men's ...

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  19. HUNTING BOLSHIES

    The police have begun a concerted Bolshevik hunt in the provinces. The arrests in London were only a beginning of a country-wide campaign of ...

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  20. WAR MARRIAGES

    The Lord Chancellor introduced a bill in the House of Lords to provide that in the case of a marriage contracted in the United Kingdom during ...

    Article : 172 words
  21. STOP-PRESS

    A 15 per cent. increase in wagers and 2s 7d a day for wages men, are the terms arrived at by the Melbourne Coal Conference. These ...

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  22. CONTROL OF MALARIA

    At the Scientists' Congress at Cannes Dr. Laveran, the discoverer of the malaria parasite, road a report urging the immediate organisation of an ...

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  23. WAR MEDAL

    In the House of Commons, replying to General Sir Ivor Phillipps, Mr. Churchill (Minister for War) said that the general war medal had been ...

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  24. BRITISH BUDGET

    The British Budget will be introduced in the House of Commons on April 30. Cutting Out Middleman ...

    Article : 52 words
  25. BANTAM ENTENTE

    At Holborn Stadium, in a 20-rnund bout, Tommy Noble (bantam-weight champion), knocked out Eugene Criqui. of France, in the 19th round. Noble ...

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  26. H.M.A.S. AUSTRALIA

    The Prince of Wales will pay a visit to the warship Australia on Monday. ...

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