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MR HUGHES ON PEACE.

A DIREFUL PREDICTION

(Received April 28, 11.15 a.m.)

LONDON, April 25. Mr Huchos. Sir J. Cook, and Senator Pearce. in speeches from the stage of His Majesty'.s Theatre, paid tributes to the heroism of the Anzacs, Senator Pearce promising the men something more substantial than hand-clapping when they returned to Australia.

Mr Hughes, dealing with the problems of reconstruction, said that he was delighted to soo the way in which the Australian soldiers had dealt with the Brisbane Bolsheviki.

Mr Hughes, addressing another.body of Australians, wished them a speedy and safe return, and regretted that ho could not yet accompany them, as, although the war was over, • the peace now going on bad fair to be longer, if not bloodier, than the war.

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MR HUGHES ON PEACE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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MR HUGHES ON PEACE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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