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mm NEW MNISTEKS. ..——————-

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mm NEW MNISTEKS. ..——————-<?. TWO BY-ELECTIONS, Me four following additional Ministerial atppoiijtments were officially notified on Sunday ftizJit, :—Junior Louis of the Treasury, Mr. •fiiedgwood Benn, M.F., and Mr. E. J. Soares, Jt-LP. Under Secretary for India, Hon. E. S. J&Msts$u, M.P.; Assistant Postmaster-General, dsStpU Cecil Norton, M.P. Mr- Soares will hold office without salary. Mr. Montagu, the new Under-Secretary for India, takers the place of the Master of Eli- tiMikf the new Chief Whip. Capt. Norton, the ,Aow Assistant, Postmaster-General, takes the plinett of Sir Henry Norman, who was appointed -ttY tiut position just before the General Elec- -iifJS, but failed to secure re-election. Iw the cases of Messrs. Benn and Soares, it i,& officially etated that re-election will be jMeewary, but in the case of the other two jifmister* the appointments are not made by At< Crown, and no by-election is involved. JIiIi>rø, Benn and Soaras sit for St. George's- iflH*he-East and Barnstaple. Mr. Benn's majority at the General Election mm 434 over Mr. Simmons, the Unionist can- ifidate, and Mr. Soares defeated the Unionist by S82 ?otes.

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