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THE KUSSO-JAPANESE CRISIS.…

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THE KUSSO-JAPANESE CRISIS. The following map?, for which we are indebted to the courtesy of the E iitoj of the Yorkshire Post, will., show at a glance the nature of the dispute in the Far East. THE RUSSIAN PROPOSALS, I The accompanying map illustrates the proposals which are understood to have been made by Russia, viz., that Japan should acquiesce in the control of Manchuria by Russia, which she is already treating pratically as a Russian Province, on condition that Russia recognises the interests of Japan in the Southern half of the Peninsula,a neutral zone being established in the Northern part of the Peninsula, between the Manchurian frontier and a line drawn from Pingy- ang to Wen-san. The proposal of a neutral zone is unacceptable to Japan, but it is understood that Russia refuses to withdraw this claim, which it regards as essential to the security of Manchuria. THE KOREAN.PENINSULA. Korea stretches as a Peninsula from 34deg. 30min. to 43min. N. lat., and from 124deg. 30min to 130deg 30min.. E. long., between the sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea, and is separa- ted by the Strait of Korea from the Japanese islands. The independence of the peninsula dates from 1894, when the Chinese (the nominal rulers) were driven across the Yalu by the Japanese. Seoul, the capital, was the objective of the armies of Japan and China in their last war. i

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