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Tzt J pan Advertiser stalks that 4.n Chris-- morning, betty& n the hours 14 two snd three, a tire comm need at Uniainichi Icheine, Asakusa, Tokyo, and di stro)ed 207 houses tefore it v •• t under control. Nine coined, and several others sere in great danger. IN Canton city a poun
January 8, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
THE FUTURE OF THE MONGOLIAN. 11111 rosmos OF Flit JAPAJIOIO.1•11011.

THE FUTURE OF THE MONGOLIAN. 11111 rosmos OF Flit JAPAJIOIO.1•11011.

THE FUTURE OF THE MONGOLIAN. rosmos OF Flit The Mamas its Nee of the 6th ultimo, the pieties el the Japanese we hutopean and ARM nations. vets among the Japanese least tainted with the denationalizing tendency, few, observes contemporary, are perfectly assured that they are not n
February 12, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
ANGLO-PORTUGUESE CONVENTION.

ANGLO-PORTUGUESE CONVENTION.

Sir James Fergusion says that recent events render it improbable that the will agree to any future convention as favouring the Portuguese claims to the south of the Zambesi. DEBATE IN THZ REICHSTAG. During the debate t,n the silver question in the I.eichstag the Government decla
February 12, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
48 - : - /:erchant 'Vessels in kongkong harbour. To facilitate finding the position of any vessel in the Harbour,

48 - : - /:erchant 'Vessels in kongkong harbour. To facilitate finding the position of any vessel in the Harbour,

the Anchorage is divided into eleven Sections, commencing at Green Island. Vessels mar the Hongkong shore are marked h., near the Kowloong shore k., and those in the body of the I Shipping or midway between each shore are marked c., .n conjunction with the figures denoting the s
February 12, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
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August 6, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 

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COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. SHANGHAI. sEpT 17. 1591. (N.-C. lii )

COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. SHANGHAI. sEpT 17. 1591. (N.-C. lii )

COMMERCIAL SUMMARY. SHANGHAI. 17. 1591. (N.-C. lii ) Ptitc a 11.—Daness continues to characterise one market. but it is evidently more 'pi arent than real. as most Importers speak very well of the manner in which clearences have 'seen kept up; and, the that total deliveries fur t
September 23, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
ing Goudey

ing Goudey

of India Fried rich Shaasbal PASSENGERS. ARAIVID. Per Palamed, from Liverpool, Mr and Mrs Lewis and 3 children. Misses Madden and Mathews, and 126 Chinese. Per Fukien. Tamsui, itc.. Messrs Mitchell, Jenkins, Pinches, Ling Chun-he, and 90 Chinese. _ _ Per Deabiyhohire, from Japan
September 23, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
The British steamer &alien reports: finginning of passage. light B.W. ; end of passage, light N.K. winds. The French atomiser

The British steamer &alien reports: finginning of passage. light B.W. ; end of passage, light N.K. winds. The French atomiser

Haiphong : Fresh wind in the uf Toshio; fine wisather in tin China &sum in Huihow —Presto, Clara and Frajr.
September 23, 1891 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
THE KOWLOON CITY (JAMBLING HOUSES.

THE KOWLOON CITY (JAMBLING HOUSES.

NOT very long ago Hongkong awoke to the fact that there was a a rt of Chinese Monte Carlo in its neighbourhood which was the cause of a great of garnet-el demoralisation atnong the community. Kowloon City, with its busy gambling hells, was believed to be working financial havoc
April 14, 1892 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
main fur ta bus lay , paiimet I to

main fur ta bus lay , paiimet I to

main fur ta , paiimet I to I n the a;ll r ifuniitil: Mr Holism appeared for the plaintiff sod Mr fee the defendant. When the ewe came preeioasly before His Lordship it was adjourned on the opillative of the i'efendant's solicitor, who stated his client was to ill ihat he had onsi
April 14, 1892 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China