Desolation reigns in Japan as a result of the havoc Wrought by tidal waves, earthquakes, and fires which occurred on Saturday morning. All communication, except by wireless, is interrupted, but the details available show that the disaster was general along the Japanese coast. After the devastating earthquakes fires broke out ...Article : 172 words
The "Daily Telegraph's" Berlin correspondent wires: "Confirming my remarks of yesterday, comes an extract from a Petrograd Communist ...Article : 98 words
The Greek reply to the Italian ultimatum having neen considered unsatisfactory Italy, without previous warning, despatched a section of the fleet to Corfu, which was shelled, 31 persons being killed or injured, A force of 5000 men then invested the defences. Telegraphic communication ...Article : 285 words
The "Daily Telegraph's" Geneva correspondent wires that the 26th session of the League Council openad to-day, with all members present ...Article : 264 words
A Paris correspondent states that the newspapers to-day were unanimous in declaring that the Italo-Greek dispute concerns Greece and Italy only. France ...Article : 364 words
Before the committee of the Economic Council, the Minister for Economy (Herr Raumer) advocated the abolition of export control, in view of the fact that prices ...Article : 187 words
The French and British representatives have received instructions regarding representations to the Greek Government. It is announced from Janina that ...Article : 101 words
After a conference with President Coolidge, the Narry Department hat ordered the commander of the Asiatic Fleet to rush vessels to Yokohama for the ...Article : 95 words
The Governor of Yokohama has sent the following wireless message from the Koreo Maru, which is anchored in Yokohama Harbour, ...Article : 204 words
The "Daily Chronicle's " diplomatic correspondent says there is a most definite feeling in official circles that Italy's alternative to Greece was too strongly worded. ...Article : 176 words
The Australian Press Association assarts that 5000 Italian troops have been [?]ded at Corfu from 15 naval vessels. The Victims of the bombardment ...Article : 34 words
Italian reservists in London have received orders from the secretary of their Legation to hold themselves in readiness for army service during the ...Article : 48 words
[Tokio, the capital of Japan, hall a population in 1920 (when the c[?]sus was taken) of 2,173,000, and Yokohama of 422,000. Osaka is the second, largest ...Article : 110 words
Italy handed over the note [?] 5 o'clock [?]unoing that they [?]d occupied Corfu at 4. This measure is intended as peaceful and [?]porary. Italy at the same time ...Article : 42 words
The turmoil of international politics has passed unheeded on the Stock Exchange, and durang the past for[?]ght a surprising amount of business for this time of ...Article : 724 words
The "Central News" Berlin correspondent learns that the Pr[?]ssian Cabinet has given the ex-Crown Prince permission to reside near Breslau. ...Article : 35 words
The "Daily Telegraph" editorially regards Greece's reply as adequate, and proceeds: "We have been 10th to think that there is any arriere pensee behind ...Article : 105 words
The fact that the occupation of Corfu was not accomplished without oppossition is suggested in a communique from Athens stating that ...Article : 137 words
During an anti-Greek demonstration at Milan the crowd tore down the Coat of Arma from the Greek Consulate. The "Giorale d'Italia" says: "These ...Article : 107 words
A terrible tragedy occurred to-day at the Bellbird Colliery, on the South Maitland coalfield. As far as is possible to learn, inflammable gas on Saturday afternoon caused a big explosion and a subsequent fire. Twentyone deaths are said to have occurred, twenty being miners, and one a ...Article : 446 words
The official statement is made that 38,000 Greek prisoners of war are missing. ...Article : 23 words
The Sofia correspondent of the "Sunday Express" states that it is reported that the murderers of Genenal Tollini were commanded by officers of the Greek ...Article : 626 words
The "Morning Post" says: "Apart from the treaty of 1864, it is obvious that the occupation of Cor[?] with its high strategic importance in the Med[?]anean, ...Article : 626 words
The Athens correspondent states that an Italian submarine in the Gulf of Goumenitza fired upon the Greek steamer Georgios, slightly damaging ...Article : 32 words
The only refugee who so far has reached the Tamloka wireless station reported that the number of dead in Tokio alone it incalculable. ...Article : 267 words
The Greek reply to Italy considers that no justification exists for Italy's assertion that the Greek Government was responsible for the massacre of General ...Article : 197 words
The earthquake, which lasted over six minutes, was felt at noon, and the movement was perpendicular. All the clocks in the town stopped. All telephone lines ...Article : 138 words
Signor Mussolini read the Greek reply to the Cabinet, characterising it as unacceptable. He then detailed the measures to be adopted, and the Cabinet approved ...Article : 173 words
Enormous damage has been done by a hurricane in West Jutland. A dam was broken, and 40 workers are believed to have been drowned. Sixty persons who ...Article : 173 words
The naval wireless station has received, through Sasoho, from Funa[?] the stories of refugees from Tokio. These indicate that many building were ...Article : 623 words
It is reported that the island of Manoe, off West Sleswig, has been completely submerged owing to the collapse of a dam. The fate of the inhabitants is ...Article : 38 words
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