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TO-DAY'S NEWS. PEACE CONFERENCE.

EX-KAISER'S TRIAL.

FURTHER DECISIONS.

(Received April 11, 10.30 a.m.) (Reuters Telegram.) PARIS, April 9. It is announced that Mr Lloyd George goes to London on Monday, and addresses Parliament on Tuesday, and [ returns to IP'aris on Wednesday. He expects the final draft will be completed upon his return. Subject to ratification at the plenary session, the Council of Four definitely determined the ex-Kaiser's responsibility for the war, together with means of bringing him to trial, probably by Belgium, but it was understood the idea of executing Wilhelm has been 'eliminated. ' ' ■ \ Definite terms of reparation have been settled, under which one billion sterling must be paid within the next two years. An Inter-Allied Commission will assess the remaining damages payable over a period of.'thirty years. The two greatest obstacles to a rapid attainment of peace have thus been removed.

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TO-DAY'S NEWS. PEACE CONFERENCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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TO-DAY'S NEWS. PEACE CONFERENCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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