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(Received September 25, 10.30 a.m.)

ROME, 24th September.

After some Italian airmen had flown to Fiume to join d'Annunzio, the Italian Government put all the aeroplanes in the kingdom out of use by removing essential parts, The Government has also recalled ships sent with supplies to the Far East in connection with a flight from Rome to Tokio projected by d'Annunzio (who, besides being a ppet, a patriot, an athlete, and a soldier, is an accomplished aviator, with a distinguished war record). NEW GOVERNMENT MESSENGER (Received September 25, 10 a.m.) 'LONDON, 24th September. Admiral Cagni goes to Fiume as the bearer of the Government's proposals to d'Annunzio. General Badoglio, who was sent to Fiume as the representative of the' Government,. has returned to Rome.

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CUT OFF AT THE SOURCE Evening Post, Volume XCVIII, Issue 74, 25 September 1919

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