Foreign News: More Notes

Somebody said immigrants were badly treated on reaching Australia. Said Sir William Joynson-Hicks, Home Secretary, to Lord Apsley: "Either you or I will have to go and see things for ourselves." As a day laborer at $5 a week went in strict incognito Lord Apsley, heir apparent to old Lord Bathurst, whose wife was until recently owner of The Morning Post. Last week he came back, said that immigrants were not badly treated.

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