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ARRANGING NEW FRONTIERS.

INTERESTING DISCUSSIONS

(Received April 9, 1.30 p.m.) (ißnited Service Message.) PARIS, April 7. Keith Murdoch states: The American headquarters announce that President Wilson has ordered his steamer to be. ready on April 20, to convey him homeward.

. The announcement is regarded as another threat over the Conference's head.. President Wilson's adherents have been blaming certain delegates for; the fluctuations in attitude and the indecisiveness . The new frontiers are taking shape in the Central Boundaries' Commis- J sion's workrooms. Finally it has been decided that Belgium shall have Moresnet, Eupen and Malmedy districts, whilst in return for certain Scheldt adjustments, Holland will be asked to accept the Clevegldern districts from Germany. The Bulgarian seaboard passes Greece, but within three months of peace Bulgaria will decide whether she wishes access seaward through Salonika, Dedegatch or Kavalla, whereupon Greece guarantees. all Bulgarian rights under the supervision of the Five Powers. Greece also gives guarantees of religious liberties, specially to Moslems, and safeguards the ethnical minorities. Bulgarians over eighteen years old have .the right during the two years following peace to choose Bulgarian nationality, whereupon they are to be given a year in which to move to Bulgaria, with their personal property.

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ARRANGING NEW FRONTIERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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ARRANGING NEW FRONTIERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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