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PRESS OUTSPOKEN.

LONDON, April 5

The newspapers are becoming iu-| creasingly outspoken regarding tne Paris cleavage or opinion. Hie Minis-1 tenalist papers approve Mr Lloyd George's, utterances as reconciling Mr "Wilson's and M. Clemenceau's diuerent views. The "Morning Post" protests that Mr Lloyd George does not affirm ftul, unqualified support'of France's claims. The "Daily iNews" says that if tne French policy is followed, the League of Nations will be impossible. pAliliS, April 4. M. Tardieu (France), Mr K. Hoskins (Amerca), and Lord Morley (Great Britain), constitute the committee to find a Rhineland formula.

The newspapers unfavourably comment on the 1 delay occasioned by referring so many matters to committees.

The "Daily Mail'? is showing marked hostility to Mr Lloyd George's policy, it girds at the lack of publicity given to the Conference's doings, ana declares that if the Conference fails it will be due to the secrecy observed. The Conference has now reached the eleventh hour. The stroke or twelve will ring in peace or chaos.

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PRESS OUTSPOKEN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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PRESS OUTSPOKEN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919

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