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NEWS AND NOTES.

When General Winterfeldt, one of the German armistice delegates, appeared' before Marshal JPoch he ; was wearing the Legion, of ' Cross, o-iven him after his .motor-tar', accident in France before tho war. Marshal Foch, fixing his eyes on the decoration, Quietly said: "I authorise: you;' sir, to remove that decoration.";

• Dunn" the: week the .Toll Dairy Company' is paying out to its suppliers the SK W<rf £32,000 (states the *atharn/ " Ar<W). Of this amount £14,000" represents the payment for March milk; while £18,000 ;repr&Mnt*/*n iaden-. tional payment of 3d per lb butter-fat on the season's milk supplied from July 1 last to the end.of March. .This represents a pay-out so far of Is 7d por lb buttei^fat for the whole season.,. .

The Archbishop of Paris. Cardinal Amctte. makes a powerful protest aeaiiist the frivolity :md ploas!ure r seekins: habits of Parisians at '.' a period when the pall of \yar has hardly been lifted." He especially deprecates the departure from sobriety in dress at reliaious services and particularly at marriages, and bitterly condemns those who "deliver themselves with abandon to all pleasures, de-spite tln> sufferuifi; and monrninc caused by the war.' The Archbishop also denounces vigorously those "dances of foroifen importation which so violate Rood t-asto and modesty , that no Christian mim or woman can i conscioutioudy indulgo in thorn."

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NEWS AND NOTES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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NEWS AND NOTES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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