AMERICA AND GERMANY.
SUBMARINE NOTE CRITICISED
NEW YORK, May 7
It is understood President • Wilson accepts Germany's reply to the note. President Wilson frankly agrees to her good faith in carrying out the undertaking. The "New York World" describes the reply of Germany as "arrogant insolent, insulting." America could not contemplate the suggested alliance with Germany with a view to breaking the British blocade. Such an action would be a permanent stain _on America's honour. There is a very signifiicant increase in the number of newspapers demanding compliance with the laws of humanity.
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AMERICA AND GERMANY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3543, 9 May 1916