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SUBJECTS Or DISCUSSION. 12.15 p.m.) LONDON, March 26. The Foreign Office programme of the Imperial Press Conference includes consideration of the following subjects: Cable news, service and Press intercommunication, under the chairmanship or Lord Ciewe and in the presence of Messrs Binton (Postmaster-General), Austen Chamberlain* (ex-P-M.G.), Eeginald McKezma (First Lord of the Admiralty), R. B. Haldane (Minister for War), A. J. Balfour (Leader of the Opposition), and Sir Edward Grey (Foreign Minister). The literature section is under the chairmanship of Lord Morley.

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PRESS CONFERENCE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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PRESS CONFERENCE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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