PARIS, April 3,
Tlie outcome of the friendly relations existing between the leading representatives of the Franco-American Labour and Socialist bodies, is the inauguration of a movement opposed to the pro-Ger-man pro-Bolshevist wing of the International Labour movement. A manifesto has been issued, calling upon SoThe American delegation has decided not to make public a report by Bullitt,
cialists to support the League of Nations, which should only admit as members those nations giving their people self-government, and who will give effective guarantees to observe international/- obligations, and reduce armaments to limits compatible with-inter-national obligations.
an American journalist, who recently visited Russia as a sort of unofficial repiesentative of the American Government, it is persistently rumoured that Buthtt has brought back a proposition •from l_eiiin, that his report is decidedly pro-Bolshevist, and declares that the teoviets are the de facto Government of a large part of Kussia.
-ir sVilson narrowly escaped a seriour attack of influenza. M. Padere■wski arrives here, on Sunday.
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VARIOUS MATTERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
VARIOUS MATTERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
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