THE RIGHT OF SEARCH.
AMERICA'S EXAMPLE MAY BE FOLLOWED BY ITALY. STRONG PRESS PROTESTS. LONDON, January 3. iHocc\v<.<l .lanuary at, 5.50 a.-ivi .-> | The ' Daily Chronicle's' Rome correspon- | dent states that Italian irritation over the .lilies' restriction on ItaJian-bound com- : mcrre is rapidly growing. The 'Giomale : d'ltali.-/.' and the 'T-ribuna,' both, complain ■of the excessive zeal of the warships-, which i is inflicting great loss-es on Italian traders. They dema-nd. that the Italian Government [insist on these abuses being terminated.
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THE RIGHT OF SEARCH., Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915
THE RIGHT OF SEARCH. Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915
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