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  2. Advertising

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  3. Peace Terms

    Mr. Lloyd George states that the allies have reached a complete understanding on peace fundamentals. ...

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  4. League of Nations

    Under the redraited covenant the states agree to reduce armaments. The plan for such reductions will be suggested by the Government, but will ...

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  5. Confusion in Germany

    The "Daily News"' correspondent at Berlin reports that the almost confusion continues throughout Germany, although the strike troubles appear ...

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  6. THE FUTURE OF AUSTRIA.

    A Hungarian, Willes Belakun, when interviewed, said the negotiations with general Smuts had been most cordial, and there was every reason to hope ...

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  7. PRIVATE ENTERPRISE.

    The Air Ministry announces that the Government at an early stage will permit private enterprise to operate the easier of the great air routes, the ...

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  8. "ALL GOES WELL."

    Mr. Lloyd George interviewed on leaving Paris for London, said:—"All has gone well, and still goes well. M. Clemencean and I are well satisfied ...

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  9. THE ADRIATIC PROBLEM.

    The Italian press unsparing) criticise President Wilson, believing that he elaborated the plan for internationaising Fiume. This is perhaps due to ...

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  10. The Russian Problem

    Bridgadier-General George W. Grogan, V.C., C.M.G., D.S.O., of the Worcesters, commands the First Brigade of the Archangel. relief expedition. and ...

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  11. GENERAL CABLES.

    The Marquis [?]enturione and Count Maestritti had a duel with swords for 45 minutes at Genoa. Both were Unwounded, but ex[?]austced, and the ...

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  12. THE REDRAFTING CLEARER.

    The publication in Paris and London of all official summary of the League of Nation's covenant attracts attention. The re-drafting is admittedly ...

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  13. THE INVITATION TO GERMANY.

    Another Council of Eighteen made its appearance on Wednesday. The Council of Four suddenly recollected that they are not alone in the world, and ...

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  14. PARLIAMENTARY APPROVAL.

    The "Daily Telegraph's" Paris correspondent says the contention is gaining support everywhere that the pace terms should be rattled by the ...

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  15. GRAND MARCH THROUGH LONDON.

    The grand march through London on May 3 is likely to be confined to no. minion troops. It will not include those from the Crown colonies. ...

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  16. A BRITISH SUCCESS.

    A British official message from North Russia states that General Maynard successfully attacked Urroze on April 11, killing 50 and taking 35 prisoners. ...

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  17. MUNICH REPUBLIC OVERTHROWN.

    Advices received at Balse state that the Munich republic has been overthrown by force of arms. The Daily Chronicle's ...

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  18. ANNOUNCING THE TERMS.

    It has been definitely decided that the Germans will receive the tens in the Trianon Palace, where the allied Supreme War Council had its ...

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  19. A HEALTH CONSCIENCE.

    A Red Gross .Congress at Cannes decided on a world-wide crusade among old aid young, with a view of creating a health conscience. The ...

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  20. ALLIES OFFER TO PROVISION.

    It is reported from Paris that it has been agreed to provision Russia on condition that the Boslsheviks coast hostilities. ...

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  21. An Amazing Story

    A Czecho-Slorvak delegation from Eastern Germany declares that the Germans are secretly organising a powerful army in the eastern provinces. ...

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  22. BRITISH PRESS COMMENTS.

    The "Daily Chronicle" remarks that the new provision 'permitting the withdrawal on two years' notice of any state which" kept its obligations ...

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  23. BOLSHEVIK CLAIMS.

    The Russian Bolsheviks have cirenlated a wireless message claiming the capture of Simpheropol and Eupatoria, oil the west coast of the Crimes with ...

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  24. LAND-WORKERS' DEMANDS.

    A conference of delegate from 2000 branches of the Agricultural Workers' Union passed a resolution requiring a minimum of 501 for a six days' week of ...

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  25. HELIGOLAND TO BE DISMANTLED.

    The Council of Four has decided that Heligoland be dismantled and destroyed as far as possible. The Council of Ten also dealt with a number of ...

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  26. THE FRENCH BLUEBEARD.

    The Paris police suspect that Landru, the supposed French Deeming, made away with 11 women. His villa at Gambais, on the border of the ...

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  27. PROBLEM OF THE PACIFIC

    Sir William McGregor, in a preface to Brunsdon Fletcher's 'The Problem of the Pacific," alludes to the great importance of the Panama Canal, ...

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  28. TRAGI-COMEDY IN BAVARIA.

    The "Daily chronicle's" Berlin correspondent says the whole of Northern Bavaria except Hof is now in the hands of Hoffman's Government, whose troops ...

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  29. DANZIG TO BE A FREE PORT.

    It is understood that it has been decided to make Danzing a free port, whereby Poland may have the freest access to the sea. The corridor has ...

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  30. RETURNING AUSTRALIANS.

    General Birdwood on Thursday addressed 1100 Australians aboard the Suffolk and 1000 aboard the Commonwealth paying a fine tribute to their ...

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  31. TYPHUS IN POLAND.

    Typhus is exacting terrible toll throughout Poland, where there are 10,000 deaths weekly. It is feared that Cholera and dysentery will follow ...

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  32. INTEREST IN LONDON.

    The amazing story of the Czecho-Slovak delegation respecting the reorganisation of the German army causes much interest in London, where news ...

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  33. LAND FOR EX-SOLDIERS.

    Sir A Griffith Boseawen, speaking in the House of Commons on the second reading of the Land Settlement Facilities Bill, said it fulfilled the pledge ...

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  34. THE SHIPPING QUESTION

    At a general meeting the Australian Merchants' Association considered the shipping question. After receiving the reports of a committee tee on ...

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  35. JAPANESE CLAIMS.

    There is good reason to believe that tile Japanese delegates were reluctantly compelled to press for the inclusion of their equality claim in the league ...

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  36. THE SOVIET FEELING.

    It is reported at Berlin that 20,000 strikers. at Danzig flavour a soviet Government. There has also been a pro. Soviet demonstration at Hanover. ...

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  37. THE CHOICE OF CAPITAL.

    Paris newspapers, deprecate the conference's . decision that Geneva shall be the capital of the League of Nations, which is due to President ...

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  38. POLES SWEEPING MAJORITIES.

    News from Germany shows that the Schiedemann Cabinet is confronted by grave difficulties. Significance attaches to the Democratic Party's ...

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  39. "THE BOOK."

    In "the Problem of the Pacific"'' My. C Brunsdon Fletcher takes the whole ocean as his theme. His previous book, "The New Pacffic," dealt only with the ...

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  40. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.

    Jewish representative failed to secure the inclusion of a religious liberty clause in the League" of Nations. ...

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  41. TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT

    The prospects of the transatlantic eight are exciting the keenest interest, which has been fostered by the Air Ministry's enborate arrangements, ...

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  42. SEVEN HOURS' DAY FOR MINERS.

    The Ruhr coalowners have conceded a seven hours' day to underground workers. ...

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  43. STRIKES AND SABOTAGE.

    It is believed at Rotterdam that the Berlin strikes and sabotage going on everywhere in Germany have their origin in lack of food and a general ...

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  44. UNREST IN EGYPT

    News from Cairo states that General Allenby is I handing the situation with such tact that recrudescence of serious trouble is improbable. The ...

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  45. THE NEAR EAST.

    It is reported that Great Britain America, and France will send commissioners to the Near to draw up independent reports on the situation in ...

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  46. RAILWAY COLLISION.

    Fourteen African and six French soldiers were killed in a train collision at Lemans, in France. ...

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  47. HOUSING AND TOWN-PLANNING.

    The House of Commons id discussing a resolution authorising a large housing and town-planning expenditure Dr. Addison said it was expected that ...

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  48. STANDING BY FRANCE.

    The Paris correspondent of the "New York World" says it is reported that l tentative agreement Vas been reached between. Great Britain and the United ...

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  49. FIGHTING AT DUSSELDORF.

    Street-fighting at Dusseldorf continues. Spartacists attacked the prison with machine guns and bombs, but were repulsed, 37 being killed and ...

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  50. THE LEVY ON GERMANY.

    Paris correspondents review the decisions of the Big Four, which the Secretariat is now drafting. They declare that the allies are agreed that ...

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  51. SERIOUS STRIKE AT LIMERICK.

    The strike of railwaymen and all other transport workers has brought to a standstill the business of Limerick. The unrest threatens to spread ...

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  52. THE BETTING.

    There is much betting about the Atlantic. flight. One bet laid was 5 to I against Lieut. hawker, a considerable amount being involved; also ...

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  53. BOLSHEVIST ASSISTANCE.

    According to the '"Deutche Tages Zeltung," the Russian Bolshevists, in negotiation with the German Government, offered half a million troops ...

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  54. HAWKER'S PLANS.

    It is reported that Hawker will take petrol to last 22 hours, and he hopes to land in 20. He intends 1o drop the undercarriage soon after the start, ...

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  55. THE POTASH INDUSTRY.

    The Weimar Assembly is nationalising the potash industry, and introducing a seven-hours' dap. ...

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  56. JAPANESE TROOPS FOR KOREA.

    The "New York Herald's" correspondent at Tokio reports that six battalions of Japanese troops have been sent to Korea for the purpose of ...

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  57. COST OF OCCUPATION

    It is announced at Berlin that the maintenance of the Rhineland army of occupation casts Germany five and a half millions sterling a month. ...

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  58. Skin Beauty

    Do you know that women who have spent pounds and pounds upon beauty Specialists in an endeavour to have their skin made clear, fair, and young, ...

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  59. READY TO START.

    Hawker and his rival Raynham are at St. John's (Newfoundland) awaiting the moment to start. ...

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  60. THE MURDER OF HERR NAURING.

    The murder of Herr Nauring (the Minister in charge of the War Office at Dresden) was effected in circumstances. The mob was furious ...

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  61. REVOLUTION IN SERVIA.

    Buda Pesth states that a revolution has broken out in Servia. Troops are fraternising with the Hungarian Red Guards. ...

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  62. THE WEATHER.

    English Atlantic weather report; state that the wind is mostly westerly, between 25 and 70 miles an hour at 2000ft. altitude. There is much low ...

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  63. RISING AT MILAN.

    News from Milan states that Socialist and anti-Socialist riots continue. Several persons have been killed. ...

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  64. UNREST IN TURKEY

    Revolutionary conditions in turkey are feared also new massacres of Armenians. ...

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  65. MAJOR WOOD'S PREPARATIONS.

    Major Wood has been advised to postpone his Atlantic flight to avoid possible trouble owing to a. strike in conveying a petrol supply from Limerick ...

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  66. SAAR VALLEY COALFIELDS.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Observer" says the Council of Four have agreed on all fundamental questions. The solution of the Saar ...

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  67. FIGHTING AT MOROCCO.

    News from Tangiers reports sharp fighting at Tetu[?] between Spaniards and Rasuli's bands. A Spanish party was surrounded and wiped out 14 ...

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