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Sir Henry Dalziel, M.P., already an exten- sive newspaper proprietor, has bought the â¢" Daily Chronicle," on behalf of himself and his political and business associates. I The proposed Hague agreement on the tX change of prisoners between England and Germany has not secured ratification, but the Government announce that they will take whatever steps M'e gpen to them to promote the better treatment of our men in Germany. It will be remembered that, nnlike our Government, the French succeeded in getting a workable arrangement of exchange. The Prisoners of War Department states that it has been decided to cancel the regula- tion at present in force which prohibits the transmission to neutral countries of orders to send food to prisoners of war and civilians in. terned in enemy countries. No licences will henceforth be required to enable remittances to be made to neutral countries to pay for foodstuffs forwarded, whether before or after the date of ibis narticA, to tiMM pasmers.

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Inspection of the Welsh Guards.…

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