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NEUTRALS AND WAR

SOUTH AMERICAN PROPOSALS CONCERNING NAVAL ASPECT. Pteaa Ataociation—By Telegraph—Copyright WASHINGTON, December 25. (Received December 26, at, 0.45 a.m.) The pan-American TJnion havo nominated a, committed to consider plans to see lire the neutrality of tho South American Ropirolies during European hostilities. Peru lias proposed enlarged neutral zones Lath in Atlantic and Pacific waters, open to neutral ships without risk. Chile has proposed that belligerent vessels only be allowed enough coal to take them to the nearest port in an adjoining country, unless they agreed to go direct to Europe. If merchantmen violated neutrality no coal would be furnished to any vessel belonging to the same company. _ The committee propose to hold a series of conferences with a view to adopting a- definite scheme.

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NEUTRALS AND WAR, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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NEUTRALS AND WAR Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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