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Scattered Disorders Keep Tension High in Holy Land

SCATTERED DISORDERS CONTINUED TODAY TO KEEP TENSION HIGH THROUGHOUT PALESTINE.

TROOPS REMOVED A BARRICADE PLACED ACROSS THE TEL AVIV ROAD. JERUSALEM’S SLAUGHTER-HOUSE WAS FIRED UPON, AND ELEVEN OXEN WERE KILLED.

A BOMB, EVIDENTLY INTENDED FOR A JEWISH GROCERY IN THE SHIMON HAZADIK QUARTER OF JERUSALEM, EXPLODED PREMATURELY, BLOWING OFF THE HAND OF THE ARAB THROWING IT.

A BOMB WAS HURLED AT THE SAFED POLICE STATION, BUT DID NOT EXPLODE. A GIRLS’ SCHOOL AT AFULEH AND AMERICAN-OWNED STONE QUARRIES AT MOTZA WERE FIRED UPON. JEWISH WORKERS REPAIRING TELEPHONE LINES, AND ALSO A JEWISH BUS PASSING RAMALLAH WERE MADE TARGETS FOR ARAB SHOTS.

POLICE PREPARED TO SEIZE PRODUCE AND OTHER PROPERTY IN THE VILLAGE OF DAHARIYA UNLESS THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF A $10,000 FINE, IMPOSED IN PUNISHMENT FOR THE ATTACK ON A POLICE POST MONDAY, IS PAID.

THE DISTRICT COMMISSIONER WARNED JEWISH COLONIES IN THE SHARON PLAIN THAT THEY WOULD BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR SABOTAGE IN THE VICINITY. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COLONIES DENIED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE SABOTAGE.

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