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6.—CoimoLAmos Cur.-1 mile.

6.—CoimoLAmos Cur.-1 mile.

Mc August's Aristocrat (D.illaa) 1 Mr Boyd's Duraeraggan (Hart Buck) 2 Mr Boyd's Dusk.id (Mast( r) 3 Mr Dryasdust's Maltase (Marshall) 0 Won with the greatest ease. Tune 2.16 Pan i Mutuel, $7. 6. CHAMPION 8T44114.-141 miles. Mr Boyd's (Hart Buell) 1 Mr Bruce's Tinsekoepor (Miste
18 January 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
100 pres., nommal nominal nominal $26, eshars nominal $ 99, Wee & oilers „ Me, Wee & salon Tie. 140,

100 pres., nommal nominal nominal $26, eshars nominal $ 99, Wee & oilers „ Me, Wee & salon Tie. 140,

buyers $62, buyers „ 137, sales „ 134, buyers „ 220, sales „ 82, & barn 15- 80 prem., sellers $B4, sellers „ 18, buyers „ 42, sellers „ 10, nominal „ 29, sellers 40 7; di.., sellers £B, nom. om £2, n. {EI. $42, sales & buyers „ 57, sellers in hq. f $ 184, sellers „ 108, sales „
18 January 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
– SERIOUS RIOTING IN HUNGARY.

– SERIOUS RIOTING IN HUNGARY.

- SERIOUS RIOTING IN HUNGARY. _ 23ed March. Serious riots occurred at Bedepeeth o consequence of the students sod other citisans insisting upoe the closing of the 'bemires sod other plows of sauseseest. Black flap were boosted everywhere out of respect to the late Louis Lo-seth ;
29 March 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
SHANGHAI, MAHCH 22, 1891, (N.-C. lierfi/(1.)

SHANGHAI, MAHCH 22, 1891, (N.-C. lierfi/(1.)

METALS AND MISOILLANKODS.— ri Om :11r ' Alex. Bi.ilfelti's Report of March : Although one might well have expected au improvement iii ble.tals and Sun.lries after the return of the Tientsin steamers, which accoiding to last mail's trade reports brought down such glorious account
29 March 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BONHAM STRAND. DAYAGI -$lOO,OOO.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BONHAM STRAND. DAYAGI -$lOO,OOO.

_ That the colourless photographs give but a feeble idea of the beauty of the picture resisted by the gorgeously-dressed = heralds, players, and pages , set and as it was the prettily-wooded laws of the East Point house. That the large number of spectators proved how fully the p
12 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
Tin SUPPIOUNIOM OF VIZ OPIUM ?MADE.

Tin SUPPIOUNIOM OF VIZ OPIUM ?MADE.

Tin SUPPIOUNIOM OF OPIUM ?MADE. With regard to the large question of sup- ' pressing the opium trade (continued Mr Alexander) I think that the only prospect ,of sucoess is in some agreement between the British and Chinese Governments for the gradual suppression of the cultivation
12 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
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;141 sal% t UAL szErrup,:eliztur

;1 41 sal% t UAL szErr up,:eliz tur WUXI& WHAMPOA. • Ger. •1 Sair4NO. notes mow Ara., Adrift Nsaabsag Narekwasg Yang IP* chi. o w. autrei 4 Val 741 1 11.11). Brit dr. A, es. - AMOY. in port on April 1111411111111111. lido° British Newshwang British Bingan British Tritos VIIIIIIL.
12 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
lIARRIAGEB.

lIARRIAGEB.

At Shanghai, on Tuesday, 27th March, at H.I. German Majesty's Consulate-General, by Dr. Riswaldt, and afterwards at the Union Church, by the Rev. Dr. Faber, Pastor PAUL KRANZ to EMMA ALGAL On the 28th March at H.B.M.'a Consulate-General, and afterwards at Holy Trinity Cathedral.
04 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
U equitable mortgagees. It is mid that an equitable mortgagee of shares can only teach interest as his trinsferor had

U equitable mortgagees. It is mid that an equitable mortgagee of shares can only teach interest as his trinsferor had

caunot rely upon the doc:rine of put. chaser for value without notice, but the cases cited in support of this contention Oweereie Is Pia r. Wather.L R. 11 App. Ca. 90. Shropshire Canal Co., The Queen Lit. 7 El.of L 49G, Roster. 38 Ch. D. 485) merely show, torn; mind. that an equ
04 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
 
CfIIINGKING.

CfIIINGKING.

at capital the leading banks through which the Viceroy dealt were compelled to hand over their accounts for inspection. The Viceroy was treated very coldly, tho ordinary courtesies due a visiting official brin4 refused by Governor T'au, who said thrt he was about the Emperor's b
04 April 1894 - Overland China Mail - Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China