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DEMONSTRATIONS IN ROME.

LONDON, April 24

Rome telegrams report a tremendous demonstration in the- city demanding Fiume and DuJmatia. The Mayor addressed the multitude and declared that Italy would refuse any diminution of her national rights. Troops guarded tho Entente Embassies.

PARIS, April 24

Signor Orlando states that the three Powers granted Italy's final minimum except Fiume, which was to be left a free port. The next event was President Wilson's manifesto, which Signor Orlando had first seen in the evening papers. He explains that he is not breaking with the Allies, but it _is superfluous to discuss matters witTi President Wilson. Signor Orlando will summon the Italian Parliament to meet immediately.

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DEMONSTRATIONS IN ROME., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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