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DENIKIN STILL RETREATING,

DENIKIN STILL RETREATING,

General Denikin's army has been driven farther back and suffered losses. The Bolshevists report that, having captured Arementchug, on the Dnieper, they have crossed the river and captured villages, whilst farther east they have taken the town of Paviograd. On the Don front they
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
111.-POSITION OF THE FELLAHEEN.

111.-POSITION OF THE FELLAHEEN.

GAINS AND LOSSES. How far has the political turmoil of the last twelve months affected the fellaheen, the 12,000,000 almost totally illiterate peasants who toil in the long and narrow strip of land fertilized by the Nile. and create by the sweat of their brow the only wealth of
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LORD MILNER'S OLIVE BRANCH. APPEAL FOR PLAIN DEALING.

LORD MILNER'S OLIVE BRANCH. APPEAL FOR PLAIN DEALING.

Csrao, Dec. 30.—1 n a statement leaned on , December Lord Milner says that his Mission has come to Egypt with the object of reconciling Egyptian aspirations and British and foreign interests. The Mission is anxious to establish the friendliest relations between all classed of Eg
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
NEW ZEALAND FINANCES.

NEW ZEALAND FINANCES.

(MOM OVA OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WELLINGTON, Dzc. 24. The revenue for the eight months ended November 30 amounted to £11,142,000, which exceeds that of the previous corresponding period by over £2,000,000. The expenditure £330,000 greater, but with the beat months ahead Sir James Al
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
SINN FEIN IN LIVERPOOL. THE MAHSIMS' SURRENDER;

SINN FEIN IN LIVERPOOL. THE MAHSIMS' SURRENDER;

OTHER TRIBES FALLING INTO LINE. The Mahsuds on Monday handed to Major- General Climo a signed and sealed document signifying complete acceptance of our full terms. This took place at Jandola, in Southern Nvaziristan, on the occasion of a urge, or council of tribal leaders, presi
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 

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MESOPOTAMIA • REPORT.

MESOPOTAMIA • REPORT.

apeond to and the designs einpinyed : king rare of war, from the few pioneer firms in this country. It is ? a t: apparent, of course, that, with the stock left over from the war seroplanea are not likely to be required in the near future in any- ' thing like quantities. But. as
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
BETWEEN AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT.

BETWEEN AIRCRAFT IN FLIGHT.

Signal : One red Very's light or make a of short flashes with navigation lights. Signification : Am compelled to land. Signal: Succession of white Very's lights. &gni' fkation : In distress, require immediate awsistence4
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
"FRIEI ON THE OTHER SIDE." E ON SPIRITUALISM.

"FRIEI ON THE OTHER SIDE." E ON SPIRITUALISM.

article contributed t the January number I en'st, Sir Oliver lodge deals with the girth to the " phenomena known as ; criticizes the debate on the .üb' (r Church Congress. He 'bpi that coat its medieval of doctrine state. It no longer believes in .ity . fate at death, nor in the
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
JEWISH REMAND HOME. MAGISTRATE ON "A SERIOUS SCANDAL"

JEWISH REMAND HOME. MAGISTRATE ON "A SERIOUS SCANDAL"

JEWISH REMAND HOME. MAGISTRATE ON " A SERIOUS SCANDAL" At Old-street Police Court yesterday, the case of a Jewish boy who had been in a remand home for over a year was again before Mr. Clarke Hall. Mr. W. C. Wray, Industrial Schools Officer to the London County Council, said that
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
LORD METHUEN ON UNREST.

LORD METHUEN ON UNREST.

Lord Methuen opened at George-etrect. Bath, yesterday &Bemoan, the new headquarters of the Comrades of the Cheat War. He said that the experience of the Peninsular War showed that there was an aftermath of unrest. He was not surprised at the present unrest, but if they gave it t
31 December 1919 - Evening Mail - London, London, England