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JAPAN'S ATTITUDE.

NEW YORK, April 25

The "New York Herald's" correspondent says that the Japanese delegates are unofficially intimating that if they are defeatwl on the Kiao Chau question they will quit the Conference like Italy. The Poles are also threatening withdrawal unless Danzig is completely theirs. NEW YORK, April 25. The Now York "Herald's" Tokio. correspondent cables that members of Parliament and publicists at a mass meeting passed a resolution that Japan should not join the League of Nations.

The correspondent adds that the Japanese Press published a cable message from Paris containing a statement attributed to Mr Hughes, in which he said that the statement declaring that Australia led the'opposition to the Japanese racial equality amendment originated in a certain country which was opposed to Japanese immigration, but which was unwilling to appear unfriendly to Japan. I NEW YORK, April 27.

The New York "Times" Paris correspondent says that a member of the Japanese delegation stated that if President Wilson issues a statement concerning Shantung ; similar to the statement on Italy's Dalmatian claims, Japan will withdraw from the (Peace Conferen^o.

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JAPAN'S ATTITUDE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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JAPAN'S ATTITUDE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9596, 28 April 1919

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