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No further development is expected in the threatened national building trade lock-out until after the holidays, the London Master Builders' Associa- tion having deferred their statement, which was to have been issued last night, until Tuesday. During June, the derks of the Kent Education Committee will work from eight to four instead of nine to five. Mr. H. E. Duke, K.C., has given I Li,ooo, including his .salary as MJP., to the Exeter University College En- dowment Fund. The appointment of Lieutenant- General Sir J. E. Nixon; Indian Armv, to he general, vice Sir O Moore. Croagk, ,Wt&5 gazetted last night.

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