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Japan and Great Britain
Alliance in Oriental Affairs
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London, Feb. 11. An Important
Parliamentary paper was Issued to
night giving tho terms of a practical
alliance between 0:oat Britain ann
Jr.run for tho trwe nation of Jhlna
unl Corca. Tho taper covsih r. dis
patch sent by U'n Lunsdowr.e, Scc--eiury
of Stute for Foreign Aff.ilrr.
.tnainry 30, to 'le l)r"lnh MtnlElor to
China. Sir Claude MacDouiIri, and
comprises a signed cop of ths agree
In lm foliation the puci sns me
HOW RUSSUYIEWS IT
St. Petersburg. Feb. 14. The Ilus
filnn official view of tho Anglo-Japan-
' cso treaty was communicated to the
correspondent of tho Asoclated Press
"We accept the news of tho ontonta
with tho most complete equanimity,
and are happy to ascertain that En
gland and Japan nre pledged to main
tain the Integrity of China nnd the In
agreement may bo refca.Mil as an out- y dependence of Corea, two principles
come ot the events of (! pun two which Hussla was the Ilrat to estnunsti
"car TliroUgllOUl IllC IHiv r iiuueiri
0-''.it I rltaln and .(ana., had hccii in
idose and uninterrupted communica
tion and actuated by similar views.
"We each desire," sas l.jrd Lans
downe, "that tho Inter 'tv and lade
penco of the Chines Emplie
pendenco of the Chinese Emplro
should bo preserved, an I th.U thero
tlnuld bo no disturbance of th" lorn
lounl statiis c,uo, either In China or
the adjoining regions."
Tho discovery that their Fur Kl"rn
policies were Identical resulted In earn
party to tho agreement expressing Its
dcslro that their common policy find
expression In an International cont.act
of binding validity.
Lord Lansdownc further ia? that
the Urltlsh Government was largely
Influenced In entering upo-i this Im
portant contract by the convlct'on that
It contains no provision which can lo
regarded as nggrcsslvo or self-seeking.
He sas It Is conceived merely as n
measuro of protection, nnd that It In
no way threatens the present position
of loglttrnato Interest! of other pow
ers Ills majesty's Government trusts
that tho agreement will be of mutual
advantage to the two countries. annJ
make for the preservation or peace,
nnd. should peace unfortunately to
lnnkon. It will httV C tllO Cff"Ct tlf 10-
ctriMin,- dm nrea of hostilities Kol
as the basis of her foreign policy In
the Orient. Hussla would willing!)
havo subscribed to the agreements la
"Tho English-Japanese say their
convention has only essentially paclfla
alms. This makes It all the more as
tonishing when they speak of war and
coalitions. What power they have In
view we cannot say. Hut In nny case.
Is peaco Is menaced In the extreme
Orient Ilussta, for her part, will not
fall to take all the measures necessary
to safeguard her Interests. All Rus
sia's conventions with Japan have
aimed at the preservation of the Integ
rity of China and the Independence of
Corca, nnd It Is truo that Minister
Kurlno came to us Immedlatelj to
coirimunlcntc the text of the agree
ment nnd to give the most amicable as
surance. America Not In It.
"We have reason to believe that It i
not true that America, with whom
wo nre In perfect accord, Is a silent
partner In the agreement. We have
given America positive assurances that
Hussla will do nothing which will dis
turb the Interests of America In Chi
na, Wo do not bellcvo America Is
anxious about the situation. Further
more, we have received satisfactorj as
surances that America Is not taking
nny steps ngnltiRt us In China "
The few morning newspapers which
object has been openly declared, and
this counted for much.
Itussla's plans, of course, have not
been disclosed How fnr they will bo
affected by the treaty the future only
ran develop The first Impression In
Europe seems to bo that tho Czar's
Government has been checkmated but
this may prove n premature conclu
sion It must be remembered that nothing
short of a great crisis would lead
Great Ilrltnln to abandon her policy of
generations and make an alliance with
another power It mny be Inferred
also that the occasion to act under the
new trenty will nrlRc If at nil. within
toe next few weeks The Kar East,
therefore, may be the center of tho
world'B Interest this spring
Surprise In Peking.
Peking, Feb 12. The news of the
signing of the Anglo Japanese treaty
of alliance became known to n few
diplomats herctoday nnd was an ab
solute surprise The treaty Is regard
ed as tho most Important movement
made In Fnr Eastern politics of re
cent cars Tho Japanese Minister.
Uchlda, visited l'rlnco Chlng presi
dent of the Foreign Office, and gave
him a copy of the treaty It Is not
doomed nmong the diplomats here
that the new alliance will effectually
veto the signing of the Manchurlan
Tho British Minister. Sir Ernest M
Satow , tho Japanese Minister Uchl
da. and the United States Minister
Mr Conger, have recently been press
lug Prince Chlng to postpone signing
the Manchurlan treaty and obtained
a pro in I so to defer so doing until
Iresh representations could be made,
which representations were made to
day in the form of n copy of the Anglo
The Chinese oflklnls who were In
formed of tho signing of the trenty
expressed the greatest satisfaction
The snld British prestige In the Fnr
East had Ik en given a tremendous
Not Directly at Russia.
London. Fob 12 naron Hnv-ishl
the Jnpnnpsp Minister here who sign-
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rIphpiI In London Jatiuariy 30th' that UuMtlti una n party to both tho Inter low iitilillflhrrt tmlnv iWinm.,
"Tho governments of Great IWtnln ( preliminary negotiations nnd the trea- jthnt thr Anglo Jnpancso treaty was
nnd Jnpin. nrtuated solely by a de?tro ty ltnclf The St Petersburg Zeltunq nt directed specially ngnlnst Hussla,
. .ln.ln ilm (ntn nun mill Cetirnl unlonmna tlm prnnrnl Intont of H1.1 hilt U Ilf If tl tltl'll I V Mniirlltirln UllU ttltli
Hi jllUlilLUiu wi. Di..i .,..- .. . .. .vu...v.. ... nv.... -. .. j -
nollcy In the extreme East, and being, ngrcement to preserve the Integrltj ot '" " 8,c"le It was solol meant to
moreover, especially inicresieu cjninn and corca, "wiucii Hussla nai ......... .j-.u ...v ..i.m-
maintaining tho Independence nnd ter- EO fre(lllently. fully and cntlrel ex.r''"r a" 'm'" ,"" lever was at
StnHni intrltr of China nnd Corea. ' .,,' ln fll.or of T,. nlni. 0. rp"t. "' ""? "r ?''" )"
and in securing equal opportunities in ', 0 ,8land powers therefore lnjeV;7i;7tho lm. rT o
those countries for the lommcrco nnil no wise clash with Itussla's Intentions. 'ntiu.r mur. n,i ., n... m
InWif of all nations, hereby agrees So t10 agreement raises no nnxlety trusted, the negotiations would bring
as follows: whatever" about n state of affairs In Manchuria
"Article 1 Tho high contracting1 Tbo Herald declares the alliance which would not be prejudicial to tho
powers having mutually recognlicd was by no means unexpected, "as thojother powers, It wns unnecessary to
the Independence of Chlnn and Corea, Jnpaneso report kept the ltnsslan Por-, prematurely discuss that question The
declare themselves to be entirely unln- clgn Olfleo fully and lonllv Informed .Pf81'"' treaty has no collaterals In
luenccd by any aggressive tendencies of the piogrcss of events. At the tlmo ,", 8h1a, of treat cb between Japan
relberountry Having In Mew. of the Chinese troubles Russia laid J ,0l ,7 ,!Z,i, 'n ..mnnMrc!!'
however, their especial interests ot down Its program for tho Integrity ot 'I.VTpa,,5 aV Ttussla. of
which thoso of Great Drltaln rclato China .so It can have no objection to ,01lrile ttth 10 fllM Knowledge of
principally to China, while Jnpan, In Oreat Drltaln nnd Jnpan formally ad- .(jieat Drltaln
addition to tho Interests sho posses In herlng to the same policy Preserve Open Door,
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.,.. nniitii-nllv m well as commer- "that we now have beforo us a period, that the treaty wns aimed mrllculnr
dally and Industrially, In Corca, tho of five ears of undisturbed pcico'ln 1 "t tho "preservation of the open
signatories reeognlzo that It will be the I'.ir Hast, which we sh.ill not fnll u,,or which we have nlwas hnd and
.., ,u . m,nr nf ilifiii In lol.c to utilize In consolidating relations Intend nlwns to maintain"
. .. 1...H0 .,. m. ..... .,! 1.. n.ini,i,nn In the Houso of Commons today tbo
SUCH measures OS muy iiu """-" "I """"" . , iiiiimgltlnn Ir-nilrr c!lr llonrv Pn mn
hie in order to safeguard those Inter-1 The Herald concludes , with holllnn . r"lkn" rtnn nv I ed ' ", ufcimZ
. I !... 1. IhMtlnnai nltlior llV IllP l It ll t MP ll llMlPMt K.ntiKfllr 1 Will t Ml TOmi. ' ... .... . '
ran "') uvuinai.y."."- -i -" - - -- --- nieni leaner, iiauour lo inauo a
nggrcsslvo action of nny otner power., nuion or ino iniegruy nnci inuepen- 'statement relative to the Anglo Jap
or by disturbances arising in China or f dence of Corca. "as fears of Japan's nllcsl, tr,.atj Halfour promised to
Cores, necessitating tho Intervention designs against Corea had heretofore ( see If nn papers relntlng thereto
of either of tho contracting parties for caused nnxlet In Itussln " coulu ho presented to the House, but
no iiiougm no furtlier statement wns
required as the documents published
the protection of tho lives and proper
ty of Its subjects
"Article 2 If cither Oreat Ilrlaln or
Jnpan. In deference to their respective
HAS A WAR PHASE
-A cnblo to tho
showed the reason for the treaty
The Stock Hxchiingo hardl Know-
how to tnKo tho Anglo Japanese nl
Interests, ns auovo cicscrioeii, biiuuiu ,vi iorn, icu, j. . rnwiu cci inu ., . , , . ; " . ,
become Involved In a war with another, Sun from London says Although tho'";1"0:. '"J ll ?" largely accepted ns
51 oihp, eontrnctlne . imrtv ' Anglo-Japanese treaty comes as a ' . cotu.hlerablo tension
'""- ... - -. . .,r..,io.. . ti, i.ii i. i ii... uii iciisHia nnu wus vm rcKnnicu ns
T . .- . ' n llllll ti,ltlt fllf nnulllllir. In,, lnimn...n
Interests, ns abovo described, should
become Involved In a war with another
power, tho other contracting, purtv
will maintain strict neutrality anu usu ?' r,,r Its nublTca Ion n oro than Its a ,,H" "ol,,t f,,r nnythliiK but Japanese
e1! .-Pefcn-t...J,1 ?Z"J! omenf.s8hit,lc1h"!as3slfesa,,tluc1,'' Ch.ncc stocUs.
ironi juiiuiiB '" " "- - " .diplomatic world.
nto "vj.r. W0RK 0F MAR0U,S ito
any other no er or poi jert should ,mB nl tor gomo tmo bctttccn x
join In hostlltlcs against that ally. Qfeat mMn nn(, Japan u wag an ,,, rpl 13Ti,0 Toko torr0
tho other contracting part will come oppn (lp)onmtlc apcu,ti nllll ft wa8 spondent of tho IJally Mall nsscrts tho
to Its assistance, and will conduct war 1M,i,HlieI In tho Sun at tho time that 'alliance to be n direct outeomo of the
In common and make peaco In mutual jnpan, acting under this undurstand- tour of Marquis lto At St. Teters
agreement with It. 'lug, wns anxious to forcibly opposo burg, cables tho correspondent. Mnr
"Artlclo 4 The contracting parties Kusslan nggresslon In Mnnchuria. jquis Ito sounded tho possibility of an
ngroo that neither of them will, with- When tho crisis became acute, (front agreement nnd certain rather exact
out consulting tho other, enter Into Drltaln restrained her Jnpaneso friends Ing bases In the suggested understand
separate arrangements with another and went so fnr as to say sho miiBt Ing wero submitted to him Tbo Mar
power to the prejudice of the Inter- 'efuso them an nsslstanco because quia then proceeded to London and
.... ni,i.n iopriiipl! Iher energies were eullrely occupied ln.Irankly told the Urltlsh (.ovcrnment
... .. i r ivi '., i .i. nnininn ' Soul ll Anlca It was then and not
"Artlclo r.-hcnevcr.ln tho opln on
of either Oreat Ilrlaln or Japan, tho nm(,o (h() mA tcrm'g ,o m;
nbovo-mmtloned Interests aro Jeopar- ua8,a rctlu, to P,)rr nmI aljan
dlied tbo two governments will com- ,Ionoil , llea uf itcrrt.renco In
munlcnte with one another fully nnd Manchuria.
frankly." What Fresh Aanresslon.
Aitlcle C provides that tho agree- Nuw a frci)ll nialuu majC( nDj
ment comes Into elTect Immediately, W)iat la moro Important, It Is publish-
remains In forco for five years, and cd to the world Why? Tbo clrcum-
tn Ita himllnir fnr n ipnr after either ktnnrpH limlpr uhloh thn tro.ltv In nrn.
jiarty renounces It Hut If. when tho ! mimed glvo It tho slgnlflcnnco of nnlnnu brought the negollntlons to n sue
.Into Clvo.l tn Ilm nrnlrnllnn nt thn lilt lliatllm. Ill tllO estimation Of most ,"""" tullllllBlOH.
agreement arrives cither party thereto diplomatists. What fresh aggression
I. nM.inllv onenire.l In war. tho alii. M 't designed to check? thoy nsk. It
mice shall Ipso facto continue until '"j('s .not rcJulro "Ich BOl,r,c,t now.
'. . . icilirn tn minnlv nn nnsunr Thn tront
of Itussla's proposals and Intlmnted
that If (Ireat Ilrltnln woiu dlslm lined
to enter upon the agreement Jnpan
would fall back on tho llusslnn offer.
Theso negotiations resulted In tho ar
rangement of a rough outlinu or tho
ngreemont anil Marnuls Ito notllled
Itussln ot his Inability to accept her
proposals Ilaron Hnyashl, Japanoso
Minister nt London, continues the cor
respondent, then took tho matter up
1 edge to supply nn answer Tho treaty
'nlshos nt least tho wholcsomo news
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ilo-i it Nootnu llrett.
pence Is concluded.
ino agreement is sikiivu u '-"" n,( .. ii.uin ,i !,, rn .in
Lansdowno and Ilaron Haashl, the tcrlnno, not t0 p,.nllt issln to en
Jnpaneso Minister to Oreat Drltaln. croach further territorially In Chlnn.
These Ministers so well kept tho sc- t B B00Ci to know that at least lirlt
crct that the paper, Issued nfter I'ar- Uli suplneness Is nt an end It wns
llamnnt had adjourned for tho night, only recently that China mustered up
announcing tho (list mportnnt alliance courago to rcluso Itussla's demands
between a Western and a yellow or concerning .Mongolia unina was en
Asian race, comes ns a startling sur- cournged In her refusal by Oreat Brit
i to the public, and although tho "ln, Japan and the United Staters,
of an alliance with Japan Is like- " tho Prus"nt frln,"10 ,f I.,.1'tul. of llcr
ly to meet with general npprocnl, the tm non mMaMM ,jlnn
cmtcomo of this sensational departure ,,.,, ,,.., ,n i,iP i,P virtnniiv
no iiuiB , ,,efy hr nowcrm neighbor More- ,s"e """ ueiensive niiiunee
a direct OVOi there is not the slightest doubt of "10 signature of the t
will bo anticipated with no
nnxlety It Is regarded ns
movo against Hussla and to explain t lint It wns Hussla s Intention (o per
the nbandonnitnt of tho colon of Wcl-
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
dst In her designs despite tho set
back of China's llrtt refusal
China Wants. Backing.
It Is not an unreasonable Inference
therefore, that China's rulers Insisted
upon being backed up In their resist
unco of Kusslan dnmnnds by an open
doclurntlon from her supporters It
wns out of the question that the Unit
ed States should Join nn nlllanco for
the protection of the Integrity of Clil
Thcro Is no doubt that tho alllanie
Is very popular In Japan nnd quota
tlons on tho stock markets have ad
vanced Inlluentlal Japanese regnrd
tho nlllanco as n guarantee of peace
and ns n cluck upon Husslnn niiibl
tlon Tho Japanese mind Is greatly
Impressed li the strength nnd deter
mination Oreat Ilrltnln has displncd
In South Africa, and the best men of
Japan have hope that the visits ot
Marquis Ito would result In u closer
union with Oreat Ilrltnln. and with
Hussla also If this Is possible
Yoknhnma, Teh 12 'lbo l'remler,
Viscount Katsurn announced In tho
Diet today Iho signing of tho Anglo
Japanese treat, which is hero ro
garded as being practically an offen
been received with enthusiasm
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