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PAPTCR TNDTlfiTRY

PAPTCR TNDTlfiTRY

COalMlTlJiB IU WiNSlDMt 110 CONDITIONS . The Board of Trade havo appointed tho following gontlomen , namely : — Mr II , A . Vernlt ( Chair- 'Mr II . Godfrey , man ) , Mr G . R . Hall Cain'e , Mr A . F . Blades , Mr W . M . Meredith , Mr II . G . Bbidw , Mr T . G . Newland , Mr I
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
RESTRICTION OF RENTS

RESTRICTION OF RENTS

PRINCIPAL PROVISIONS OF THE NEW ACL Doe , no doubt , to tho large number of alterations that woro mado upon tho Rents Restriction Bill in tho course of its passage through the Houses of Parliament , a considerable amount of doubt exists , now that tho measuro has become an Act ,
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Decorations bestowed by the King ot the Belgians on British officers and men are announced . ( p . 6 . )

Decorations bestowed by the King ot the Belgians on British officers and men are announced . ( p . 6 . )

The casualty lists show the following losses —Rank and file—dead 171 , wounded or miss inc 3 . ( p . 7 . )
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GIRLS' CLUBS liN J ! ilUiN . BUKUli . nnTSTDK INTERESTS FOR WOMEN

GIRLS' CLUBS liN J ! ilUiN . BUKUli . nnTSTDK INTERESTS FOR WOMEN

On' tha principle that union is strength tho numerous g irls clubs in Edinburgh and Leith havo been associated in a Union , under tho auspices of whiili an exhibition was given on Saturday ovciiini ; in tho Central Hall . In order to stimulate interest among tho members , a wide
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON NEWS

LONDON NEWS

April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PEACE C 0 MBMCE . "SUBSTAMTIAL PROGRESS . "

PEACE C 0 MBMCE . "SUBSTAMTIAL PROGRESS . "

DELIBERATIONS OP COUNCIL OF FOUR . Pake , April 5 . —The Council of Four held two sittings to-day , President Wilson being represented by Colonel House . To-day ' s deliberations , according to information gleaned in French diplomatio circles , marked substantial progress . The
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
REPARATIONS

REPARATIONS

. ., GERMANY TO PAY PENSIONS . Paeis , April 5 , —Pensions for ' disabled soldiers and tho widows and orphans of soldiers will be included in Germany ' s bill for reparations , as the Conference leaders have . decided that this relief to individuals is a proper charge under tho
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
This L year ' s Paris Fair promises to be a great success . In -1917 . there wore 1800

This L year ' s Paris Fair promises to be a great success . In -1917 . there wore 1800

exhibitors , but this year there are no less than 3000 manufacturers , '" all of ¦ whom aro French . ThoFairVill be . open from Anril 26 to Mav . 10 V ¦ *¦¦ : " * - ' : ' -. - . ; : > -- ; ::. ' : ¦ , ; 'V • ' • - '
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
SITUATION AT ODESSA

SITUATION AT ODESSA

Paeib ,- April 5 , —Discussing the imminent evacuation of Odessa , the llatin foreshadows that iha Allied troops will . probably retire behind the Dniester so as to protect Bessarabia and Rumania . Also , eo as to keep the Crimea as a base and to save Sebastopol from the Bolshev
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
INDEMNITIES QUESTION

INDEMNITIES QUESTION

AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE . , Pabis , April 5 . —The Petit Parizien understands that an agreement in principle ha 3 been reached on the question of indemnities , and that the examination of the methods by which it can be , put into practice is about to begin . The Echo de Paris say
April 7, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland