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HINDU PROBLEM.

POSITION IN AMERICA. | DEPUTATION TO BRITISH AMBASSADOR (Per Press Association—Copyright). (Received February 12, 11.15 a.m.) WASHINGTON, February 11. East Indians waited on Sir Cecil Spring-Rice', British Ambassador, asking his good offices against the.passage of the anti-Hindu. legislation by the American Congress. : The Ambassador declared that the question involved was too grave for adjustment through the British Embassy. . I The Hindus admitted that some restrictions to immigration were necessary, and suggested- that the, matter shoxild be allowed to be regulated by the Indian Government, in the same way as the Japanese Government- regulation' regarding emigration to America bound the Japanese.

The Ambassador has referred the whole question to the British Foreign Office.

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HINDU PROBLEM., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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HINDU PROBLEM. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8792, 12 February 1914

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