ARMY & NAVY: In Hongkong


Artillery roared one day last week around the mud-banks that embrace Kowloon Bay, in answer to a saluting salvo from the U. S. S. Pittsburgh, steaming in. It was Diplomat-Admiral Mark Lambert Bristol, commander of U. S. naval forces in the Far East, arriving to pay Hongkong the first visit of his current assignment. After a week in British Hongkong, he meant to proceed 100 miles up the Canton River to Canton to investigate the South China "situation." At the proper moment, Hongkong's Governor, Sir Cecil Clementi, entertained Admiral Bristol &...

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