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I I DEAD MAN FLYING. I

LATE MR. JNO. ROBERTS, J.P.I

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Is CA N D IN A VIA N GOVERNMENTS…

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Is CA N D IN A VIA N GOVERNMENTS JOINT NOTE TO I BELLIGERENTS. i j ON I THE LINES OF MR. WILSON'S. (Reuter Foreign Special.) f -91 COPENHAGEN. Thursdaq. The Danish, Norwegian and Swedish Governments have addressed a Note to tho belligerent countries, adhering to President Wilson's Note concerning the measures to be adopted for facilitating a durable peace. The Note states that' the Scandinavian Governments adhere to the Not of Presi- dent Wilson concerning measures to be ad- opted for facilitating 4 durable peace, other- wise they would consider themselves as fail- ing in their duty towards their people and the whole of humanity. They cherish the hope that the initiative tbken by President Wilson will bring the result worthy of the generous spirit prompting hi* action. SPAIN SPEAKS OUT. THE ABANDONMENT OF CRIME. FLOUTING OF INTERNATIONAL LAW. I (Press Association's War Special). MADRID. Thursday. (Received Friday) The Government ha*, published a Note reviewing the action the 'Government bus taken in regard to the ubrnarille warfare. from the torpedoing of the tiist Spanish steamer, the fsidoro. to the sinking ot the latest victim, the Marques etc Crquijo. The Note points oat that the Uovernment; has always maintained the inadmissibility of the Destruction of naval prizes, <I. cHined oct by German submarines, any | has demanded the observing of the Dt- clar8ti<»n of London of February 26, 1909, notably Article 50, which has been disre- ⢠carded bv submarine commanders. who have j Left crews of sunken ships exposed to the mercy t»i..thfc wa\ es lyr trom j any coast.  t'hc d?st<'u-;tt"n "t p:ixf? it has curit?nde? is contrary to Article 31 of the Declai-ation j (,I London, tut this question will be settled 1 by direct negotiations between the Govern- rnentfe concerned. The. Note emphasises the energy with.] vdlichHII the Government' s demands ha.f! been made, an energy, it is remarked, which had on occasion evoked the statement that the German Government was astonished at the raoieal attitude ot Spain, which was Adopting a more insistent attitude than any other rieutraJ, including even North A in erica. The -.N-otp. textilali- tilat what the Spanish Government does not admit i, tile interpretation given by the Central I Empires to International Law in the de- struction of ships.

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PRIVATE TO COLONEL.

!BAD START -IN LIFE.

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r SCOTTISH WOMAN < SOLDIER…

: "RELIGIOUS DUTY."

1 WAMHtPS 6? TH? FUTURE. ;

HAle A FIELD-MARSHAL.

CAUSE ANI) EFFECT.

iPRINTERS, FARMERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS,

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