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" The Chinese Government engage, for the purpose of protecting the interest of the South Manchuria Railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by them of the said railway, any main line in the neighborhood of and parallel to that railway, or any branch... "
Handbook for the Diplomatic History of Europe, Asia, and Africa, 1870-1914 - Page 322
by Frank Maloy Anderson, Amos Shartle Hershey - 1918 - 482 pages
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Journal of the American Asiatic Association, Volume 8

Asia - 1908
...for the purpose of protecting the interests of the South Manchurian Railway, not to construct * * * any main line in the neighborhood of and parallel...any branch line which might be prejudicial to the interests of the above mentioned railway" — and contends that the proposed extension to Fakumen would...
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A wandering student in the Far East, Volume 2

Lawrence John Lumley Dundas Zetland (Marquis of) - China - 1908
...to construct, prior to the recovery by them of the said railway, any main line in the neighbourhood of, and parallel to, that railway, or any branch line...which might be prejudicial to the interest of the abovementioned railway." This was communicated to his Majesty's Government in April 1906, shortly after...
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A wandering student in the Far East, Volume 2

Lawrence John Lumley Dundas Zetland (Marquis of) - China - 1908
..." The Chinese Government engage, for the purpose of protecting the interest of the South Manchurian railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by them of the said railway, any main line in the neighbourhood of, and parallel to, that railway, or any branch line which might be prejudicial to the...
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America and the Far Eastern Question: An Examination of Modern Phases of the ...

Thomas Franklin Millard - Eastern question (Far East) - 1909 - 576 pages
...the South Manchurian Railway, not to construct prior to the recovery by them of the said railway any line in the neighborhood of and parallel to that railway, or any branch line which might be detrimental to the interest of the South Manchurian Railway." *".'. '. '• HE Tang Shao-yi, Governor...
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America and the Far Eastern Question: An Examination of Modern Phases of the ...

Thomas Franklin Millard - Eastern question (Far East) - 1909 - 576 pages
...phrased as follows : " The Government of China agree, with a view to protecting the South Manchurian Railway, not to construct prior to the recovery by them of the said railway any line in the neighborhood of and parallel to that railway, or any branch line which might be detrimental...
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Empires of the Far East: A Study of Japan and of Her Colonial ..., Volume 2

Lancelot Lawton - East Asia - 1912
...The Chinese Government •ngage for the purpose of protecting the interests of the oouth Manchuria Railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by them of the said railway, any main line in the neighbourhood of and parallel to that railway, or any branch line which would be prejudicial to the...
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Our Eastern Question: America's Contact with the Orient and the Trend of ...

Thomas Franklin Millard - China - 1916 - 543 pages
...The Chinese Government engage, for the purpose of protecting the interests of the South Manchurian Railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by...•which might be prejudicial to the interest of the above-mentioned railway. 4. China declares that she will adopt sufficient measures for securing Russia's...
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Foreign Financial Control in China

Theodore William Overlach - China - 1919 - 295 pages
...contained a secret clause which bound China not to construct prior to the recovery of the South Manchurian Railway any main line in the neighborhood of and parallel...railway or any branch line which might be prejudicial to its interests. This self-denying claim, in which China in effect surrendered her sovereign rights to...
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Modern Japan, Social--industrial--political

Amos Shartle Hershey, Susanne Wilcox Hershey - Japan - 1919 - 382 pages
..."The Chinese Government engage, for the purpose of protecting the interests of the South Manchuria Railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by them of the said railway, any main line in *But it was "understood that this restriction does not apply to the railway in the territory affected...
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Foreign Rights and Interests in China, Volume 1

Westel Woodbury Willoughby - Aliens - 1920 - 594 pages
...matter) the Chinese Government engage, for the purpose of protecting the interest of the South Manchuria Railway, not to construct, prior to the recovery by...prejudicial to the interest of the above mentioned railway.5 Hsinmintun-Fakumen Railway. The undertaking thus obtained from China, Japan used in order...
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