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LONDON, August, 22, 1895. THE PROPOSED UGANDA RAILWAY.

LONDON, August, 22, 1895. THE PROPOSED UGANDA RAILWAY.

Mr Curzon agrees wish Mr Stanley about the advantages, political and counnerciAl, to be derived from the Uganda Railway. LONDON, August 25. THE FRENCH IN MADAGASCAR. It is reported that the situation in Madagascar is most gioottly : five thous aid French troops are in hospital a
29 August 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
for Li.. following _ prochunatiGa•l .d r tan coo. I written do. SWEARING-IN.

for Li.. following _ prochunatiGa•l .d r tan coo. I written do. SWEARING-IN.

for Li.. following _ prochunatiGa•l .d r tan I written do. SWEARING-IN. Comr. W. C. - 14 - .ll;si - ings took the oath and his seat in place of the Hon. A. S. Travers. THB MILITARY CONIRIBUTION. Mr Chater—Your Excellency having waived the usual notice, I beg to ask the following
11 December 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
ii•Wihat with Ito tweivimi

ii•Wihat with Ito tweivimi

ii•Wihat and fittings nearly paid let, I do not see why the Club, if it means to remain in existence, should charge an entrance fee and such a heavy annual sub. If the total mulct were $lO per annum, it could double its membership, and yet remain exclusively 'white.' At the same
11 December 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
MMMID

MMMID

contract, the name of the buyer, and at what price? In connection with the sale, if there has been one, will the Government lay upon the table a copy of the cotrespondonce which has passed between the Government, and the Colonial Moe on the subject 1 The Colonial Secretary repli
11 December 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
and 'Walked by Gs*. ittuutBf gigot its Moo Mel Otani Soi 111,114.6110891 ,hcz

and 'Walked by Gs*. ittuutBf gigot its Moo Mel Otani Soi 111,114.6110891 ,hcz

by ittuutBf gigot Mel 111,114.6110891 ,h cz
11 December 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
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11 December 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

At Newellwang, on the 31st August, the of J. EDGAR of a Son. At Bangknk, on the 4th Inst., the Wife of Captain H. N. ANDERSEN, of a Son. At Kiukiang, on the 7th September, the Wife of CHARLES WEDEM6YER of a Son. On the Bth Inst., at No. 38, Bluff, Yokohama, the Wife J. C. HARTLA
18 September 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Glasgow, on the 2nd August, ROSila CRAIU, late of Amoy and Swatow. August 27, at Shih Tao, Shantung, of cholera, %Timm) LttrtnniTONZ, eldest child a C. F. and S. Hogg, aged seven and a half years. At era, on board Pilot Cutter Slren, on the 7th September, N. VINCINT, Lower Ya
18 September 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
(From Tonkin Papers.) BULL FIGIt ICS IN FRANCE.

(From Tonkin Papers.) BULL FIGIt ICS IN FRANCE.

PARIS, S pt. 2. There has been rioting at Bayonne in consequence of the suppression of bull. fights, which are contrary to the law of France. THE EMPRESS OF AUSTRIA. Paris, Sept. 2. The Euipress of Austria is going incognito to Aix-las-Rains. CHOLERA IN RUSSIA. In Volhynie, ther
18 September 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
– THE BIROSHIMA IN THE TYPHOON.

– THE BIROSHIMA IN THE TYPHOON.

- THE BIROSHIMA IN TYPHOON. N. K Iliroshima (Capt. C. A. Anderson), which arrived from Yoko. hams via portion the 11th inst., reports bad weather and the lost of one of Ler crew. She sailed from Yokohama on the August at 6.39 end arrived on the morning of the 30i11. Li g h t nort
18 September 1895 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China