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  2. GREAT DISASTER IN JAPAN

    A report of a great fire and earthquakes in Japan has been received at the San Francisco radio station from the Japanese radio station at Iwaki. The message states:—The conflagration, subsequent to a severe earthquake at Yokohama, started to-day ...

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  3. IRISH ELECTIONS

    An official statement issued in Dublin to-night declares that electorates of the Free State massed behind the treaty with Great Britain, and 73 per cent of ...

    Article : 389 words
  4. INDIAN UNREST

    The witness who turned King's evidence in the Babbar [?]ali trial resumed his story to-day, showing how seditious articles were printed, making ...

    Article : 157 words
  5. ITALY'S WARLIKE ACT.

    The Athens correspondent of the "Daily Express" states that the news of the occupation of Corfu reached Athens before the announcement that the Italian ...

    Article : 196 words
  6. RUMBLINGS OF WAR

    The dispute between Italy and Greece, following upon the murder of Italian members of the Allied Commission on the delimitation of the GreceAlbanian frontier, has reached an alarming stage. There is every indication that war will be the outcome. ...

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  7. SITUATION TO BE CONSIDERED.

    The Council of the League of Nations, with Viscount Ishii (Japan) presiding, to-day privately discussed Greece's appeal. The Greek representative ...

    Article : 84 words
  8. GOVERNORSHIP OF CORFU.

    It is semi-officially announced that Admiral Simonetti, who is commanding the Italian fleet in Lower Adriatic, has been appointed Governor of Corfu. ...

    Article : 35 words
  9. FRANCE AND ITALY.

    The Foreign Othe[?] emphasises the impossibility of comparing France's independent action with that of Italy, and points out that the treaty permits ...

    Article : 43 words
  10. MARTIAL LAW IN GREECE.

    The Government has proclaimed martial law throughout Greece. The French and British Governments' representatives have received ...

    Article : 75 words
  11. Political Prisoners.

    The Bihar and Orissa Council has passed a resolution, without division, recommending the granting of a general pardon to the political prisoners in ...

    Article : 220 words
  12. GREECE AWAITS DECISION OF LEAGUE.

    Telegraphic communication between Corfu and Athens was cut off at 7 p.m. yesterday! It is asserted that the Italians bombared the fort, which was den[?]ded ...

    Article : 164 words
  13. OPINION IN BRITAIN.

    The lobby correspondent of the "Daily Express" writes:—"The Greco-Italian crisis has assumed an ominous outlook owing to the Italians seizing Corfu. The ...

    Article : 175 words
  14. EARTHQUAKES AT TOKIO

    According to information reaching Shanghai, the railway stations and all the railway lines have been broken within 100 miles of Tokio. The total interruption to the telegraphs, telephones, and railways indicate the extraordinary severity of the earthquake at Tokio, of which, ...

    Article : 139 words
  15. FRANCE'S ATTITUDE.

    The newspapers to-day are unanimous in declaring thnt the Italo-Greek dispute concerns Greece and Italy only. France, they say, must remain a silent ...

    Article : 91 words
  16. THE TURN OF EVENTS.

    Official circles in London are gravely perturbed at the turn of events, but it is impossible to give the view of the British Government on the action of ...

    Article : 181 words
  17. CONFLICT IN NORTH MAYO. SEVERAL CASUALTIES.

    The election ot the Republican Act ing-President (Mr. Ruttledge) was celebrated at Ballina, in North Mayo, with bonfires. A number of Republicans ...

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  18. Indians in the Dominions.

    The various political bodies in Madras have called a public meeting for the 7th inst., when resolutions will be submitted making reciprocity a test ...

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  19. BRITISH'S ATTITUDE.

    Surprise is being expressed at the anti-Italian comment appealing in the British press in regard to the ItaloGreek crisis, in view of Italy's ...

    Article : 90 words
  20. HORROR UPON HORROR

    It is reported from Nagasaki that the fire has broken out everywhere in Tokio, and that the palace is in danger. Ali communication between Tokio and Osaka is still interrupted, but unconfirmed reports received in a roundabout way indicate that at Tokio this morning a typhoon occurred, but subsided shortly before noon, when suddenly there were destructive ...

    Article : 203 words
  21. THE WORLD'S PEACE.

    It was officially announced to-day that the occupation of Corfu was not intended as an act of war, but to safeguard Italy's prestige and obtain due ...

    Article : 305 words
  22. BRITISH SQUADRON.

    Reuter's correspondent has been informed that the Greek report that the British Mediterranean squadron has boen ordered to the Ionian Islands is without ...

    Article : 35 words
  23. ALBANIA AND JUGO-SLAVIA

    Signor Mussolini road the Greek reply in the Cabinet to-day, and characterised it as unacceptable. He then detailed the measures to be adopted and Cabinet ...

    Article : 86 words
  24. TERRIFIC STORM.

    During a severe storm which swept England on Wednesday night the Depute Emile Driant, a French Government vessel of 2,170 tons, foundered off ...

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  25. FRENCH VIEW OF POSITION.

    Replying to a Note from the Conference of Ambassadors m Paris, the Greek Government has agreed to hold an inquiry into the massacre, which, it ...

    Article : 115 words
  26. REPUBLICAN SUCCESSES DISCOUNTED.

    Sir J. D. Connolly the Agent-General for West Australia, commenting on the Irish elections, discounted the successes of the so-called Republicans, and ...

    Article : 179 words
  27. ENGLISH NEWSPAPER OPINIONS.

    The diplomatic correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" states that the Italian action in occupying Corfu ceitainly constitutes a grave breach of ...

    Article : 836 words
  28. TOKIO WATER SYSTEM DESTROYED.

    A [?] message picked up at San Francisco, this morning reports at Tokio is on fire, many buildings have collapsed, the water system has been destroyed, and there has been a heavy loss of life. The flames are now spreading to the surrounding towns. ...

    Article : 58 words
  29. ANTI-GREEK DEMONSTRATION.

    During an anti-Greek demonstration to-day at Milan the crowd tore down the coat of arms from the Greek Consulate. The "Giornale d'Italia" newspaper ...

    Article : 71 words
  30. AVENGING THE MURDER.

    The So[?]a correspondent of tne "Daly Express" says it is reported that the murderers of General Tellini and the members of his party were commanded ...

    Article : 99 words
  31. THE LATEST NEWS

    Newspaper extras issued at Shanghai report that the Imperial Palace at Tokio is partially on fire, and that the whole of the town of Tokio is ablaze towards Shiba. The water supply of the city has been cut off. The steamer, Chicago Maru, with relief, is leaving this afternoon. ...

    Article : 80 words
  32. GERMANY'S EXPORTS.

    During the sittings of the Committee of the Economic Council, the Minister of Economy (Herr Raumer) advocated the abolition of export control, in view ...

    Article : 182 words
  33. ITALIAN SUBMARINE.

    An Italian submarine operating in the Gulf of Goumenitza fired on the Greek steamer Gerogios and slightly damaged the vessel. ...

    Article : 29 words
  34. THE LATEST RETURNS.

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  35. RUMOURS OF FURTHER OCCUPATION.

    The reports of the imminent occupation by Italian troops of the islands of Samos and Crete [?]re officially denied in Rome. ...

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  36. APPEALS FOR HELP.

    The Governor of Yokohama has sent a wireless message from the Korea Maru, which is anchored in Yokohama harbour, and addressed to the Governors of Osaka and Kobe, stating that Yokohama has been devastated by an earthquake and fire, that the casualties number about 10,000, that ...

    Article : 311 words
  37. THE BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY.

    Lord Curzon, the British Secretary for Foreign Affairs, interrupted his stay at Bagnolles and lett for Paris, where today he had an interview which Insted ...

    Article : 97 words
  38. ITALIANS IN ENGLAND.

    Italians in London have received orders, from the secretary of their Legation to hold themselves in readiness for army service during the next five days, ...

    Article : 52 words
  39. ITALIAN PROCLAMATION.

    Admiral Solari, who is commanding the troops at Corfu, in a proclamation to the islanders, declares that the occupation was necessitated by "barbarous ...

    Article : 73 words
  40. APPEAL TO THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    M. Politis, the principal Greek delegate to the League of Nations, handed the Secretariat a Note to-day asking for the intervention of the League in the ...

    Article : 171 words
  41. MIGRATION.

    The "Daily Chronicle" states that the steamet Tainui left Southampton yesterday with a record freight of chil dren of all ages, from infants in arms ...

    Article : 56 words
  42. LEAGUE OF NATIONS.

    At its opening sittings to-day the Council of the League of Nations received the report of the third session of the Permanent Mandates ...

    Article : 444 words
  43. SCANDAL IN HIGH LIFE.

    The [?] and the Countess of Cathcart, who figured in divorce proceedings in January of last year, [?]oped to South Africa to-day on board the ...

    Article : 71 words
  44. THE MASSACRES.

    Greece, in her Note replying to Italy's u[?]matum, states that there is no jsutification for Italy's assertion that the Greek Government was responsible for ...

    Article : 189 words
  45. TOKIO.

    Tokio, the capital of Japan, is a town of great extent, the oldest part being occupied by the Shiro, or ancient fortress, where a semi-European palace ...

    Article : 304 words
  46. FLAMES VISIBLE FOR MILES

    According to a radio message received in San Francisco, Prince Hiro[?], the Prince Regent, and his household are safe. According to another message the only means of communication with Japan is through the Tamidko wireless station. ...

    Article : 214 words
  47. ATHLETICS.

    The Oxford University athletes now visiting South Africa competed at Johannesburg to-day against representatives of the Northern Universities. A ...

    Article : 72 words
  48. ITALY AND THE LEAGUE

    It was stated to-day in authoritative circles that the Greek attempt to nake the Janina crime an international ([?]estion will be resisted by Signor Mussolini, ...

    Article : 108 words
  49. GREECE'S COMPLICITY.

    A semi-official statement issued [?] R me states that the Albanian Prefecture at Argiro Castro as the result of an inquiry into tne massacre of ...

    Article : 113 words
  50. TRAP FOR BURGLARS.

    Following several visits from burglars, a citizen of Charleville, in the French Department of the Ardennes, decided to lay a trap, and set a loaded gun in ...

    Article : 77 words
  51. AT GENEVA

    The Geneva correspondent of the "Daily Telegraph" cable that the 26th session of the League of Nations Council opened to-day, all members being present ...

    Article : 118 words
  52. HELP FROM AMERICA.

    Navy Department ordered the commander of the Asiatic fleet to rush his vessels to Yokohama for the relief of the sufferers. ...

    Article : 40 words
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