LORD MILNER, TO DECIDE
PARIS, May 6. Mr Murdoch writes:—The Council redisciissed, amongst other matters, relating to German, possessions, that of Nauru Island. A heated, controversy arose between Mr Hughes and Mr Massey... The aMbtment of the mandate to the Empire is a temporary solution., and Lord Milner h coming to Paris to bring matters to finality. There is now a strong probability of Mi- Lloyd George intervening and of Australia getting an unconditional mandate,, thus upsetting the British company which, during., the war, .bought the German shares for £570,----0- kept the.. price, of. phosphate high throughout the w.aiy and how stands to make-a cdtassal-fortune. ' .
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NAURU MANDATE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919
NAURU MANDATE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9607, 12 May 1919
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