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AMERICA TO CONTINUE PRESENT POLICY.

MR BRYAN'S DIFFICULTY

(Per Press Association —Copyright.)

WASHINGTON/ February 28

After a lengthy Cabinet meeting President Wilson announced that the

United States would continue its present policy with regard to Mexico. The Cabinet was unanimous on the point.

A. message from Austin, Texas, states that Governor Colquitt heatedly telegraphed to" Mr Bryan charging him with deliberately making him appear ridiculous before the people of the United States by alleging that the Governor intended to send ' troops across the frontier:. Governor Colquitt declares he never had any intention of sending troops across the frontier, but would • send them to .{the border.,tq\yns; to protect Americans;' •■••• ; Governor Colquitt demands again if Mr Bryan will tell him.who are the responsible authorities in Mexico' from whom to make demands for the surrender of the murderers of Americans. Such a demand is creating difficulties for Mr Bryan, as, any. answer to the Governor's question would be taken as equivalent to a statement as to the parties in Mexico the United States recognise.

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AMERICA TO CONTINUE PRESENT POLICY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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AMERICA TO CONTINUE PRESENT POLICY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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