(Received M^lVna^)^ The newspaper "Asahi's" London correspondent, in a bitter despatch, <«ays.:, Britain is thoroughly indifferent towards Japan. TUe Liberal and Labour papers are anti-Japanese and never refer to the necessity of renewing the Anglo-Japanese Treaty. The Brazilian Navy received a more cordial welcome than the Japanese, who received better treatment' in France and Italy- ¥"; causes which have changed^the Uritisn attitude arc the Japanese alleged indifference, coupled with profiteering, m war-time, the aggression towards Ohma, and the commercial rivalry with Bntaiu. , , The correspondent concludes that tne situation is becoming intolerable. Britons in Japan hope the despatch will influence the Japanese newspapers to discontinue depicting Anglo-Ameri-cans as combining to dominate the world, and denying Japanese interests. NEW YORK, May 7. >Baron Goto, in a speech to the Japan Society, speaking as a private citizen, .said that Japan did not intend to retain Kiao-Chau and Shantung permanently, but would eventually restore the territories to China. A Tokio correspondent says: lne anti-American campaign continues in the Japanese Press. The police prevented an anti-American demonstration outside the American Embassy.
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JAPANESE RESENTMENT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919
JAPANESE RESENTMENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9609, 14 May 1919
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