HUERTA TAKES PASSIVE STAND.
Sir Lionel Crarfen assisted Commander Tweedle "in his conferences with Huerta, who finally agreed to allow the refugees to depart without escort. Englishmen manned the trains that took them out .
LEbS HOPEFUL REPORTS. Washington, April 29. The South American negotiators formally asked the United States and Mexico to agree to an armistice. Reports from Mexico indicate that there is iittlo ohanco of mediation being acceptable to Mexicans.generally. Eight dead were found in Tampico after the withdrawal of the American warships, The discovery almost provoked a panic. Two thousand Atner-
ions are still remaining iv the town n-itigh men of.war patrol. Beth are aiding refugees to escape to the city.
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HUERTA TAKES PASSIVE STAND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date
HUERTA TAKES PASSIVE STAND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4392, 1 May 1914, Incorrect date
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