Foreign News: Honduran War

The Honduran Civil War (TIME, Feb. 11 et seq.) was reported to be getting worse, but no definite news was obtainable, except that at Tegucigalpa, the capital, disorders were rife and threats were made against foreigners and foreign property, even against the American Legation.

At La Ceiba, the American Consulate was fired upon and forced loans were levied upon foreigners. The U. S. Government, which a fortnight ago severed diplomatic relations (TIME, Feb. 25), announced that Rear Admiral Dayton had landed 35 marines from the U. S. S. Denver to guard the Consulate...

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