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CABINET RESIGNS. EBZBEBGEB MAY FOBM NEW

CABINET RESIGNS. EBZBEBGEB MAY FOBM NEW

HINISTBY. PARIS, Friday.—-The Weimar Convention has accepted the Peace Treaty.—Exchange. T< HE above historic message reached London soon after halfpast three this afternoon. It followed a series of telegrams from Germany showing that such a decision by the National Assembly was
June 20, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW GOVERNMENT.

NEW GOVERNMENT.

EBZBEBGEB AND HIS HINISTERS It is reported from Weimar that the German Cabinet was sum mone meeting last night twelve o’oiock. Negotiations lasted until three o’clock this morning. Brockdorff - Rantzau and Demburg maintained their decision resign should the National Assembly res
June 20, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GALA DINNER AND DANCE

GALA DINNER AND DANCE

will b« girtn at the above ON THE DAY GERMANY ACCEPTS THE PEACE TERMS. (Should the acceptance come late on Monday evening, the Dinner will he Tueeday). Apply to the Management.
June 20, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
rrrußE palaces.

rrrußE palaces.

STOLL PICTURE THEATRE, Klngsway. 2 10.30,—DOROTHY DALTON •• THE SHADOW" (S acts) and CONSTANCE TALMADGE "GOOD-NIGHT, PAUL" acts), Ac. STRAND CINEMA, Agar-street. Strand DOROTHY DAL ON In ‘THE KAISER'S SHADOW”; "OH, WHAT A KNIGHT," 2-act Sunshine Comedy. and Mrs. Sydney Drew In H
June 20, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SIB EVELYN WOOD MUCH BETTER.

SIB EVELYN WOOD MUCH BETTER.

Field-Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, V.C., who had heart attack at bis Essex residence, stated be much better to-day, and was able to for a short walk.
June 27, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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PIACB TBEATY IN BOOK FOBH.

PIACB TBEATY IN BOOK FOBH.

TBEATY IN BOOK FOBH. The Government will publish at an early date the full Peace Treaty in book form. The volume will contain 208 pages, including numerous maps, which mark the new boundaries of Germany. Italian Press censorship has been abolished*
June 27, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
POSTPONED WEDDING : NOT TO DAY.

POSTPONED WEDDING : NOT TO DAY.

The marriage Major Austin Scott-Murray and Miss Dorothy Walpole, which should have taken place at St. James’s Roman Catholic Church, Spanish-place, Portman.square. W., yesterday, and postponed because certain formalities had not been complied with, is not taking place to-day.
June 27, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
WHEI\E THE

WHEI\E THE

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June 27, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Wilmot 7 0

Wilmot 7 0

(Mr. J. Brennan) Private S 15 02 FELIM (Major Clayton) ... Darling 6 12 052 JAPPOOL (Lord Cholmondeley) Gore 6 10 2.4 S.—CASTLE T.Y.O. SELLING PLATE (5 furlongs). at lb 00 FIRST LEAF (Mr. Benson) Beckett 9 0 00 OALLITAXT (Mr. Bntler) ... Swash 9 0 00 SILVER SYM (Mr Court)... Ean
June 20, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BOUND THE GLOBE.

BOUND THE GLOBE.

Weather Forecast : Moderate S.W. breezes; fresh at times; rather cooler than of late. General Outlook; A deep depression centred oft the Hebrides moving N.E.; dull, rainy weather, improving, is therefore anticipated over Scotland and Ireland. The depression is not likely to infl
June 19, 1919 - Globe - London, London, England