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THEtBbAKI ); OI' CONTROL . .: ' ; THE annual report of thd ' General Board of Control on the ' condition ^ and management of lunatics and ^ lunatic asylums . and on the ^ protection and control of mental detectives in Scotland has just . been published . Eegret is • expressed at
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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Seautifully Cool and Sweet liybcobltincd from < 1 | Totacconists tad S'ores . m r |

July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE COUNCIL OF TE

THE COUNCIL OF TE

PATOB , Snnday . —l'lio Temps says : —Tho Council of Tenwhich is to bo rcaiiscitalcd , will bo composed as follows ;—Great Britain—Mr Balfour , Lord Milncr , and Mr Bonar Law . • France—MM . Clomenccau and Pichon . America—Mr Lapsing and Colonel House . Italy—Signor Tittoni and
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
^ THE ; TREA ^ OE ' : ^ " - TEACE . ? , / • . . • . . M . POINOARE'S REPLY TO . KING GEORGE .: :

^ THE ; TREA ^ OE ' : ^ " - TEACE . ? , / • . . • . . M . POINOARE'S REPLY TO . KING GEORGE .: :

;• • FRENCH PRESIDENT AND A- • '•• " PERMANENT AGREEMENT . " ' . . PARIS , Sunday . —President Poincaro hag sent tlio following reply to the telegrams of congratulations sent by King George yesterday on tlio occasion of tho signature of Peace : — " His Majest y King George , Kin
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WHY CHINA REFUSED TO SIGN .

WHY CHINA REFUSED TO SIGN .

" DENIED JUSTICE " IN THE SHANTUNG QUESTION . PARIS , Sunday . — Tho refusal of tlio Cliineaa Delegation to sign the Peace Treaty was officially communicated to Renter ' s representative by tho Delegation shortly after six o ' clock this evening . In the confusion surrounding ,
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 

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PRESIDENT WILSON'S HOME WARD VOYAGE . ' DEPARTURE FROM BREST

PRESIDENT WILSON'S HOME WARD VOYAGE . ' DEPARTURE FROM BREST

BREST , Sunday . —Ill lionour of President Wilsoc the town of Brest was decorated with . triumphal arches , but when the Presidential train arrived , it went direct to the Naval Dockyard . Botorg embarkation'took placo all tlio ships in the harbout hoisted their , national flags
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WILLS

WILLS

REGINALD BLUR DOBELI , of Rowlcy Hall , Staffordshire , and of Messrs G . 0 . _ Dobell & Co ., merchants , of Riimiord Street , Liverpool , Not personalty , £ 554 , 389 ; gross ... ... ... ... ... ... £ 674 , 971 . Robert Hood Brechin , of Kedlands , 42 Sherbrooko Avenue , Pollo
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
umiB . wroN SH ™ ri ' ' s Auvin ; TO TENANTS . — Sheriff MacdiarmicI , in Dumbarton

umiB . wroN SH ™ ri ' ' s Auvin ; TO TENANTS . — Sheriff MacdiarmicI , in Dumbarton

Sheriff-Court , in granting warrant for the ejection of a tenant from a Rcntoii dwelling-house . in u case brought uiidor Hie Rent Restriction Add , says tlio pursuer dii ) his best-tor Hie ucionder , telling liini of houses whicli were to let , but defender made no diort to sec
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
' WEATHER IN ElMNBUBGn . —Cold and unsettled weather conditions prevailed in Edinburgh yesterday , a ' minimum Iciiipcruturo' of

' WEATHER IN ElMNBUBGn . —Cold and unsettled weather conditions prevailed in Edinburgh yesterday , a ' minimum Iciiipcruturo' of

41 degrees being hardly suggestive of the last day of Juno . The maximum temperature vres 52 degrees . " With a liglit wind from tlie north-west , showers of rain fell ill the forenoon and afternoon . , In the evening the wind veered to tlis oast , and there was an improvement i
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRINCE . OF WALES AT OLYMPIA

PRINCE . OF WALES AT OLYMPIA

THE Prince of Wales , who was accompanied by Prince Albertwas present yesterday afternoon at the Royal naval , military , and air forces tournament at Olympia . There was a largo and distinguished gathering to meet His Royal Highness , includi ng Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig ,
July 1, 1919 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland