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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS.

PEACE TREATY. FOCH GOES TO THE RHINE. "PARIS, May 14. Marshal Foch has gone to the Rhine. The Allies refused Count Rantzau's request that he should be aSowed to attend the reception oi: the American peace delegates. V PARIS, May 14. Marshal Foch has returned to headquarters, wnere active preparations are m progress to meet any contingencies. THREAT OF RENEWED BLOCKADE • PARIS, May 15. ] it;' is announced; -that -: ari-ahgemehts have. oeen. •conipieteaAror the (: i:en«waf or-the, close blockade in the event ot :uormany rei using to sign. Aieuuvvhtietemporary A-reiaxations are luaue. v MORE GERMAN NOTES. "TaRIS, May 15. Count Rantzau presented three JNoces, repuuiatiiig Germany's rcspontauiuty to repay vie Allied war losses and disputing uer guilt jtor me'war. Count xiaiiiii.au adiniiSs| responsibility lor iCompeAisa ting certain uamage in the-'war zone, out opposes me baar | proposals^ xxe recognises „*'ranee's I liglit to| compensation lor the' destruction ot French mines. fete asKs tor oral negotiations, and makes a mm-j ute examination ot the. economic ef-: iect of the Treaty, protesting particu-' lurly agaiiist the territorial' clauses.

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9611, 16 May 1919

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