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JAPANESE READY.

HELP IN THE SUEZ CANAL. SYDNEY, March 25. Japanese files to hand by 'the mail contain the statement that Si Arga Juncial, adviser to Yuan Shib Kai, says that Japan wonld intervene in the war energetically and immediately if it would appear that a German victory would nullify the importance of the capture of Tsingtno. The best sphere for Japanese intervention would be Poland, but the must seriously consider whether there is not reason for Japan lending assistance against Turkey. England's unfettered possession of the Suez Canal is a question of life and dentil to Japan. She has a quarter of a mlilion men ready for service in the canal zone. The Japanese were willing to follow British directions in the struggie in Egypt, and to renounce the iniative ih these operations.

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JAPANESE READY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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JAPANESE READY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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