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GENERAL CABLES

(DNITIB PltlSS ASSOCIATION.—COPIMOHf.)

Horatio Bottomley has resigned the chairmanship of the Independent Party in the House of Commons.

The British Ministry of Health announces the acceptance of the Rockefeller Foundations gift of two million dollars towards equipping a school of hygiene.

Colonel Amery, in the House of Commons, said the condition /of Nelson's flagship, the Victory, yras- being considered. It was not likely that she would ever be maintained''afloat again. In the House of Commons, in reply to a question, Colonel Amery stated that the Government would shortly introduce legislation to enable a large number of ex-servicemen who applied too late to receive assistance under the scheme which terminated on 31st December, to obtain assistance to help them emigrate to the Dominions. A public meeting in the Sydney Town Hall passed a resolution that the Commonwealth Government be requested to resume the Pastoralists' and Finance Association site to prevent other buildings replacing that- destroyed by fire. At Brisbane, Kaltenbrun- lowered Muir's 25-mile road record of lhr 12min 58£ sec by 32j sec. *..

The Australasian Rugby League team, which toured England, has arrived by the Orvieto at Fremantle.

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GENERAL CABLES Evening Post, Volume CIII, Issue 46, 24 February 1922

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