CHINA: Notes, Jul. 28, 1924

Floods at Canton in the extreme South and at Kalgan in the extreme North caused much damage. In Canton, the Chu-Kiang river overflowed and serious apprehension for the safety of the city was entertained. At Kalgan, a commercial city on the Mongolian border, 700 lives were lost and over $1,000,000 worth of damage was done.

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American Jews are to aid their Chinese brethren,* in the Jewish colony of Kvaifeng Fu, to preserve Judaism, said a despatch from Shanghai.

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The diplomatic conundrum, posed by the Chinese Government when it agreed to accept an Ambassador from Russia, was in process...

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