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  1. 1880
  2. ...joys, appear to be a little behind the age. A new Chinese theatre has been opened in San Francisco, which i...
  3. ...e orchestral music filled the large building with Chinese melody, all present forgot thatthey were in a for...
  4. ...ed for nearly four months, aud ''Kerry ' and “The Chinese Question” (with that admirable make-up of “Those ...
  5. ... case. But the Gover- nor who struck oil when the Chinese— —No matter! The reader, we presume exclaims —“Bu...
  6. ... pamphlet advocating the use of Indian as against Chinese teas. The latter are being extensively and dele-t...
  7. ...onary steamer, was at Teste Island, New Guinea. A Chinese junk has been attacked by New Guinea natives, who...
  8. ...Flour is not procurable there. On February 14th a Chinese storekeeper sold the last oft some bad flour at £...
  9. ...of the colony, which should be read by every one. Chinese allege that they have only been forced to “ knock...
  10. ...e the drunken helots of universal . suffrage. The Chinese ambassador, recently recalled from ' St. Petersbu...
  11. ... Dr. Bowker seems care-worn. One of the principal Chinese merchants in Lower George-street had a bath last ...
  12. ...e subscriptions to the Irish Eelief Fund from the Chinese have been large.”— Heeald. What is there about th...
  13. ...hs over two hundred. Ting-a-Ling is the name of a Chinese girl in San Fran- cisco. She doubtless is a belle...
  14. ...te and yellow alike, is fast decreasing. Over 100 Chinese die there annually of fever. K<r On 31st March la...
  15. ...blic meeting in Sydney to the effect that no anti-Chinese bill will be acceptable to the working men of N.S...
  16. ...ue.’ am Richmond Thatcher has been describing the Chinese fan-tan and lottery shops for the Melbouenb Heral...
  17. ...Bathurst-street eolumnites have a ‘ national anti-Chinese league ’ on the tapis. Queensland has been allott...
  18. ..., the other day, it was reported that there was a Chinese leper in town. Cabbages were im- mediately at a d...
  19. ...nt for the hand of Madge, and others, including a Chinese servant, welchers and wandering musicians. This m...
  20. ...he U. S. have 82,263 miles of railway. A big anti-Chinese crusade is approaching. An attempt to poison the ...
  21. ...ime.’ Damages are laid at £5,000. At Copeland the Chinese can make no headway. The diggers won’t deal with ...
  22. ...for any politician who will use as a weapon ‘ the Chinese mus ’ git. ’ The amateur concert given at the Odd...
  23. ...ken out ten miles from Maytown, Palmer River. 400 Chinese and 14 Europeans were on the ground when the mail...
  24. ...Price—3d. The Bulletin SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1880, The Chinese Question. jfo Sydney paper which has of late spok...
  25. ...oken on tho subject appears to be thorough on the Chinese question. The Mongolian proclivities of our lead-...
  26. ... disguised ; and the newspaper which, while the “ Chinese sailor” dispute was raging from Capo York to Cape...
  27. ... coolie labor, appears to regard the present anti-Chinese agitation as ill-timed and unnecessary. Perhaps t...
  28. ...raid that they would soon feel the effects of the Chinese invasion—a dearth of work and a reduction in the ...
  29. ...xcept from the standpoint of self-in- terest. The Chinese question is a weighty one and one on which hundre...
  30. ...to exist, sink to the level of the latter. On the Chinese question there must be no compromise on the part ...
  31. ... his cheap labour—the ruin of the white; that the Chinese brm£ no women with them, and foster immorality wh...
  32. ...ained relations be- tween capital and labour. The Chinese as a body must eventually be cleared out of all b...
  33. ... were deprived of work in order that thousands of Chinese might fossick for a living. At present the Chines...
  34. ...hinese might fossick for a living. At present the Chinese, who, properly speaking, are not morally, physica...
  35. ...e Com- missioners, arrive by next 'Frisco mail. A Chinese faction fight has coma off at Albury. It lasted s...
  36. ...nd forty. At Gilberton, N.Q., robbers, presumably Chinese, have carried |away from a store a 3001 b. iron s...
  37. ...olony, and that steps should be taken to make the Chinese question a test at the next election. Butler, who...
  38. ...e Mr. Tolano -gives us a capital rendering of the Chinese servant, Ah Luck, whom Maltby has placed in charg...
  39. ...He has taken with him a lot of posters printed in Chinese and translated into that celostially-heathenish l...
  40. ...Dick, and that the posters will an- nounce tojthe Chinese world that the musical-glass man is no good. The ...
  41. ... world that the musical-glass man is no good. The Chinese libel law is understood to be a peculiar one. All...
  42. ...ge. * The way of the evil-doer is hard.’ The anti-Chinese agitators have a good cause, hut it’s a pity that...
  43. ...d. Joe Tolano is going for East Sydney on the pro-Chinese ticket. Very good ‘ pitchee-pitchee! The ages of ...
  44. ...e crushed 100 tons for 77 ounces gold. The “ Anti-Chinese Association of N.S.W’” has been formed in Sydney....
  45. ... was till they saw it in the papers. Daring tho “ Chinese strike ” the Hunter River 8. N. Co. made £ll,OOO ...
  46. ...to be supported the House might as well allow the Chinese to erect their Joss houses and give them assistan...
  47. ...r heard a mill d—n ? Whoever ate a door jam r 1 A Chinese student for the ministry wrote in a lady’s album ...
  48. ...ve some Bathurst men there as jurors. Why did the Chinese witness, when asked to explain the mysteries of ‘...
  49. ...arters Towers municipal accounts are muddled. The Chinese gaming-house keepers were each fined £25. Gold ha...
  50. ... Association of N. Tasmania is deal- ing with the Chinese question as far as it concerns the mines of the N...
  51. ...ron is to move that a bill for the restriction of Chinese immigration be promptly submitted by Government. ...
  52. ...the I.S.N. Co. One and fourpence was found in the Chinese gambling den. However, the celestials had a good ...
  53. ...Sunday evening the Sydney police made a raid on a Chinese gambling house, fii Goulburns-treet, and arrested...
  54. ...rease for the year of 7417. These numbers include Chinese and Polynesians. G. A. Hill and Travers, two firs...
  55. ...IREWORKS! FIREWORKS!! FIREWORKS!!! £JHINESE GUNS, Chinese Crackers, best Canton Fire Crackers, Rockets, Mar...
  56. .... The Sydney Coffee Palace has been enlarged. The Chinese Emperor has an English doctor. The sea-wall at Co...
  57. ...pp. A ’Frisco land agent has been murdered by his Chinese servants. Polynesians in Queensland are committin...
  58. ... placet! at the Mount Mulligan reefs, Hodgkinson. Chinese cooks are being discharged from Mel- bourne resta...
  59. ...oing to teach science in Victorian State schools. Chinese tributors at Haddon (Vic.) have mutually agreed t...
  60. ...ngham, J.P., is lonely on Saturdays now. Even tho Chinese regret poor Kush’s sudden death. Another 80 per c...
  61. ...touched it. The Herald says that those opposed to Chinese immigration are ‘ larrikins.’ Plenty of larri- ki...
  62. ...g about Little Bonrke- street investigating the ‘ Chinese Question ’ and col- lecting facts against Chinese...
  63. ...Chinese Question ’ and col- lecting facts against Chinese cheap labour. Vet the •‘X-Commissioner bought a l...
  64. ...f furniture cheop a little while ago knowing that Chinese hands and feet and fashioned every article. J. Ed...
  65. ...A hundred times better than you looked after that Chinese strike. Mr. Dibbs: You’ve got me there. You ran t...
  66. ...ll, I don’t suppose we differ very much about the Chinese. Reporter : Except as to price. Mr. Dibbs: Well, ...
  67. ...it’s really j * ac t you stand high with the anti-Chinese folk. y a gain it’s because you make a good fight...
  68. ...that much success had attended the efforts of the Chinese mission. Mr. Robert Artherington, of Leeds, has g...
  69. ...he influence o? Christian teaching. Mr. Cheong, a Chinese student of the Melbourne University, lectured on ...
  70. ...St. Saviour’s Church, Melbourne, on behalf of the Chinese Mission. Several of the Chinese attached to the W...
  71. ... on behalf of the Chinese Mission. Several of the Chinese attached to the Wes- leyan Chnroh in Melbourne ar...
  72. ...em inclined to fulfil the Berlin treaty. Over 100 Chinese left Melbourne last Tuesday for Tasmania. Paint i...
  73. ...aptain Hildebrand! is the agent hero for the best Chinese oil paintings. A pnblie-Hchool for aborigines is ...
  74. ...arkes proposes an intercolonial conference on the Chinese question. A ‘ - super.” has been charged with pas...
  75. ...rial authorities respecting the transportation of Chinese convicts to Australia. In the United States a str...
  76. ...bs is tho only case on record which has no moral. Chinese believe in a yellow sovereign. We like yellow sov...
  77. ...fessor Richard A. Proctor visited the Mel- bourne Chinese quarters ou Thursday night week. 'The Astronomer ...
  78. ...the lotteries, and marked a, sixpenny ticket. The Chinese object to the Professor's visiting them again. Th...
  79. ...damages, £5OO. Defendant has just been married. A Chinese lady and two children attended a Sunday School fe...
  80. ...ide of the western. The great Napoleon attended a Chinese banquet in Paris, and, iu accordance with. the cu...
  81. ...re arc 67 old Union soldiers and 61 Confederates. Chinese on the Pacific Slope are refused letters of natur...
  82. ...Club has on its list 103 members and 17 yachts. A Chinese storekeeper on the Palmer had 92 oz. gold stolen ...
  83. ...he Czar of Russia. Capt. Anderson, commander of a Chinese gun- boat, has married a Mongolian lady nt Shangh...
  84. ...e a bargain about a big “ vegeteo-malhi” with the Chinese vegetable merchant. Marcus Clarke, the well-known...
  85. ...rs were called in New Zealand for a, public work, Chinese being excluded from the compotificn. The work tel...
  86. ...l of the fittest.” Restricted Responsibility. The Chinese question, in so far as regards its relation to th...
  87. ...st local legislation affecting the immigration of Chinese. But if the action of the Colonial Legislature is...
  88. ... not appear to have benefitted by the change from Chinese to European grooming. The Rev. J. G. Turner has s...
  89. ...ed Her. F. E. D. Paddington, June 16th. An Austro-Chinese Battle at Paddy’s Market. Jemmy Ah Sue Was a Chin...
  90. ...nese Battle at Paddy’s Market. Jemmy Ah Sue Was a Chinese Jew And vended his Botany greens In the markets a...
  91. ...ll. They play the same stale “Tfhreadbare farces, Chinese songs, duetts, etc., that s" d the ir first appea...
  92. ...n to tackle things—Forsyth at the rope works. * A Chinese firm of grocers deals with Government House. Inde...
  93. ... the poetical, set it up, “ Boiled by a Woman." A Chinese widow, rather than wed again hanged herself. This...
  94. ...a heavy snowfall at Braidwood. A steady influx of Chinese is going on to Otago, A Fine Arts Society has bee...
  95. ...is our most honest politician. We have On Lee one Chinese doctor in Sydney. The Burwood people are all maki...
  96. ...ngle bank clerk will object to the importation of Chinese cheap labour. Answers given by a certain rev. gen...
  97. ...absolute confidence. The simplest cuseword in the Chinese language would more than All out this line, but t...
  98. ...nguage would more than All out this line, but the Chinese have plenty of time and lots of alphabet. “ Neigh...
  99. ...lman rounded up thirty persons to attend the Anti-Chinese meeting at Newtown the other night- Each speaker ...
  100. ...ting her under the circumstances.” At the Newtown Chinese meeting one of the speakers urged that the Govern...
  101. ...ully receiving a compliment from a Victorian Anti-Chinese Association, returned the card of membership offe...
  102. ... fornia he will in all probability lecture on the Chinese question, and possibly reply to one or more of th...
  103. ...ket stump "orator, the other night, described the Chinese immigration to New South Wales as “a seething dis...
  104. ...y after all it was not entirely fanciful, for the Chinese are remarkable for being a conservative race, we ...
  105. ...ration at Port Darwin, by which a large number of Chinese tenements were destroyed, pigs were roasted in th...
  106. ...ch Sir Redmond states is grammati- cally wrong, “ Chinese ” being the proper word. The rule has not yet bee...
  107. ...at Sir Henry Parkes* letter to the Melbourne anti-Chinese agitators “ com- presses the whole Chinese questi...
  108. ...e anti-Chinese agitators “ com- presses the whole Chinese question into a nutshell.” A Wagga gourmand, the ...
  109. ...tial’s nose in that Oriental neighbourhood. • The Chinese, unabashed, has carefully wrapped his dismembered...
  110. ...ion to the slating given his judicial brother ? A Chinese prisoner in Inverell gaol delights his fellow con...
  111. ...er’s remarks concerning a re- porter m the recent Chinese libel case are justly charac- terised as Kerr-uel...
  112. ...nly six animals died on the voyage. AtJEchuca the Chinese cook of a steamboat, i unsuccessfully attempted t...
  113. ... authorities, who post procla- mations printed in Chinese upside down. They are building a coffee stall in ...
  114. ....- —At Hong- kong, the charge brought against the Chinese pirates arrested on the Bowen has broken down for...
  115. ...da. Mr. Granville Sharp, of Adelaide, defends the Chinese and says that their close application,protracted ...
  116. ...e solid hours talking politics to a copper-headed Chinese Ambassador, or about “ Georgie’s croup ” to a dea...
  117. ...Flat Riots and tl e “ roll- up,” made against the Chinese in 1860. Mr. Baker made every effort to allay the...
  118. ... of ancient barbaric legislation. 19 Abolition of Chinese. 20 Ditto imprisonment for debt. 21 Reform in lib...
  119. ...ed suggest the addition of the words “ Except the Chinese.” Others suggest that the words " At 25 per cent,...
  120. ...e “ Ayes " had it. Loafers, sly-grog sellers, and Chinese procurers nourish at Narandera, and the local ben...
  121. ... moment. The scare of Rockhampton just now is the Chinese leper. The fierce and plump-looking health office...
  122. ... enough to prospect should go to Port Darwin. The Chinese hold all the apparently good ground on the Margar...
  123. ...nd is serious. Troops are being hurried forward.— Chinese at Canton have at- tacked the E. C. missionaries,...
  124. ...n an Adelaide paper his intense admiration of the Chinese. Asks an Adelaide pressman:—“ Why doesn't the sel...
  125. ...o enchance its prosperity. Love never enters into Chinese stories. The hero is always a fellow who made his...
  126. ...t Moore Park appeared in neat cos- tumes of white Chinese silk, trimmed with lace, and wore charming French...
  127. ...ry gentleman wore a simple and tasteful attire of Chinese silk, with black sleeves, dark-kilted flounce, la...
  128. ...shove” of ours is not likely to be effective. The Chinese Shuffle. The policy of running with the Imre and ...
  129. ...n. From the day on which the question of limiting Chinese immigration came to the front he has been coquet-...
  130. ...other colonies are willing to do in the matter of Chinese immigra- tion. At any rate, this anxiety about th...
  131. ...the bush when it was found desirable to deter the Chinese from pouring into that territory. Yet its measure...
  132. ...resolved that they will not subject themselves to Chinese competi- tion in the colony. Their spokesmen and ...
  133. ...nuine work- ing of people minds. It isn’t because Chinese are dirty or celibate or immoral that their comin...
  134. ...ow better than any poor undersold joiner that the Chinese are literally too many for us. While he might smi...
  135. ...y sacrifice to convenances consisted of a pair of Chinese boots, a cabbage-tree-hat, duck continuations (wa...
  136. ...ter was 37,592, of whom 14,004 Europeans and 8543 Chinese were employed in alluvial mining, 14,909 European...
  137. ...oyed in alluvial mining, 14,909 Europeans and 136 Chinese in quartz mining. At Jamison Creek, Tam worth, a ...
  138. ... A 60oz nugget has been found at Port Darwin. 4OO Chinese have left the Palmer for the Coen Latest pearl-fi...
  139. ...ce?" Prompt reply—No. He didn’t w-tito-iw. u Tk®, Chinese always paint eyes on their junks, For, say they, ...
  140. ... Ye Ballarat and Sandhurst men, meditate on this. Chinese have found payable alluvial at M‘Leod s Creek, Pa...
  141. ... America has proved a decided success. Lee Guy, a Chinese, for the Kyehum (N.Z.) Imurder, has been committe...
  142. ...whole volume of ad- jectives in big job type. The Chinese ambassadress in London, who enjoys the “courtesy ...
  143. ...st graceful and intelligent manner. There are new Chinese slippers, Chinese robes, &c., and the hair is dre...
  144. ...telligent manner. There are new Chinese slippers, Chinese robes, &c., and the hair is dressed d la “ Marchi...
  145. ...San Francisco over the approach of the Ho Hung, a Chinese steamer. It was thought she would not be allowed ...
  146. ...ides, but a verdict for defendants was given. The Chinese have captured Hawaii. They already outnumber all ...
  147. ... next decade they will outnumber all the natives. Chinese coin has recently bought the Assembly and the Kin...
  148. ...Assembly and the King, and obtained for a line of Chinese steam traders a subsidy of £3600 per year. The ob...
  149. ...rs a subsidy of £3600 per year. The object of the Chinese capitalists is to make Honolulu the centre of the...
  150. ...ade, made one million a year clear profit. On the Chinese sugar plantation recently estab- lished between C...
  151. ...e. A farcical comedy entitled “Snowball” and “The Chinese Question” now form the bill of fare, Mr. Walter R...
  152. ...ran as follows — “ Can this be ? We are ruined by Chinese cheap labour, And he went for that heathen Chinee...
  153. ...dvertisement, cautions the public against another Chinese, who is practising in his name. The doctor is the...
  154. ... practising in his name. The doctor is the On Lee Chinese practitioner in Sydney. It is rumoured that in vi...
  155. ...ensland will either be an independent colony or a Chinese settlement. Fowler’s joke—to ask the Gov- ernment...
  156. ...r opposed to the introduction of large numbers of Chinese or other Asiatic races into this country; for it ...
  157. ...ecorated, the especial feature being a display of Chinese lanterns which festooned the shrubs in the ground...
  158. ...got frozen meat on the brain. There are seventeen Chinese gambling saloons in Sydney. Mr. Edwin Brown appea...
  159. ...nd preserves it against prevailing epidemics. The Chinese difficulty in the Northern territory I is what th...
  160. ...mptly done the hi orthern territory will become a Chinese settlement, be abandoned by Europeans, and the ca...
  161. ...s have been appointed in every part of Otago. The Chinese say that if the accused men are hanged Europeans ...
  162. ...ble diet for a short period, and let loose in the Chinese quarter, render a service that will be most grati...
  163. ...oyal, the Williamsons in “ The Snow- ball ” and “ Chinese Question.” At the Opera House “ The Royal Middy."...
  164. ...ight-hour demonstrations. Tea and whiskey fights, Chinese emigration, Trade and labor strikes. Stands upon ...
  165. ...rd trip from Melbourne, has returned to Sydney. A Chinese student, Yan Phow Lee Wow Row, carried off the pr...
  166. ... now at Shanghai, has been made a Mandarin by the Chinese Government. He is the first foreigner who has rec...
  167. ...arin is a civil office of great dignity among the Chinese. The Emperor of China, in whom is vested the appo...
  168. ...oundly learned. So familiar is Dr. Allen with the Chinese tongue that for a number of years he has edited a...
  169. ... from his present position. A £lO poll-tax on the Chinese, intended for operation in the Northern Territory...
  170. ... Hodgkinson, the landlady of an hotel scolded her Chinese cook. John, at first sulky, in a little while bec...
  171. ... other Deer- fT/Uvin- lain down to think over the Chinese ques- tion! tods of sack iu genera1 ’ Dr. Faustus...
  172. ...uring indus- tries amongst us. With regard to the Chinese Question. I am in favour of restricting their inf...
  173. ...of taking this colony for places where land 1 THE CHINESE QU I am in favour of an agreement all the Austral...
  174. ...nt all the Australian Governments law to prohibit Chinese immigrai because I believe these people to nists,...
  175. ...f devising a wise provision for the prevention of Chinese immigration. With regard to ether questions, I no...
  176. ...WEST SYDNEY. The Colonial Industries ” and “ Anti-Chinese Candidate. The premises of Messrs. Hales and Kemm...
  177. ...sons given at my meetings. I am not favourable to Chinese immigration, which can be restricted by limiting ...
  178. ...ng for its object the restriction of an influx of Chinese into the C °I°am in favour of the judicious exten...
  179. ... deserve to fall. With respect to the influx of a Chinese population into this colony, I am entirely oppose...
  180. ... to colonial wishes. It should be remembered that Chinese ports are open for trade, and not for the purpose...
  181. ...ing, there being nothing in the piece. Chang, the Chinese giant, who was exhibited some years ago in this c...
  182. ...ing with large public works. I strongly object to Chinese Immi- gration ; they unfairly compete with our Ch...
  183. ...ted. I am entirely opposed to the introduction of Chinese into the colony, their habits and mode of living ...
  184. ...our population. I object to any further influx of Chinese, believing them to be in every sense nndesirabloa...
  185. ... means of preventing the indiscriminate influx of Chinese. Am totally opposed to duties ou colonial exports...
  186. ...rains, recreation grounds, Ac., and he is against Chinese immigration, payment of members, remission of int...
  187. ...ry latest from the Coen is to the effect that the Chinese are doing well. There are only be- tween ten and ...
  188. ...nd, assaulted and stabbed three polio men. 15,000 Chinese are alleged to have arrived ; this colony since J...
  189. ... entry added, is equal to £lB4. There are now 800 Chinese on the Coen. Some are making £3 per week ; others...
  190. ...ing with large public works. I strongly object to Chinese Immi- gration ; they unfairly compete with our Ch...
  191. ...our population. I Object to any further influx of Chinese, believing ‘■beau to be in every sense nndesirubl...
  192. ...serve intact. I am opposed to the introduction of Chinese into the country. I would like to see the Liquor ...
  193. ...rench,” he simpered. A well-known champion of the Chinese has been summoned for his hotel bill, and condemn...
  194. ..., and condemned to pay it. “ How he must sigh for Chinese hotelkeepers 1” exclaims a contemporary. The edit...
  195. ...tened institutions, should eutert ain or tolerate Chinese cheap labour. My views on Free-trade are gathered...
  196. ...at district, how he would act in reference to the Chinese poll tax, and to show how he liked the Celestials...
  197. ...stials, made use of the following clause, “ These Chinese is getting a cuss.” If this man gets in we will h...
  198. ...oint. Ax me about the Chinaise.” R. “ Well, as to Chinese immigration ?” S. “ Och! divil’s cure to them. A ...
  199. ...nd food from the various Christian nations to the Chinese during the last terrible famine has resulted in n...
  200. ...rinting establishment to the Rev. Monsignor Cosi, Chinese Bishop, to assist him in printing his new Chinese...
  201. ...Chinese Bishop, to assist him in printing his new Chinese alphabet. Before the Bishop’s invention 30,000 si...
  202. ...igns were required, but now all the sounds in the Chinese tongue can be clearly expressed by this new alpha...
  203. ...er, also. Try again, Alfred. ■Something about the Chinese question will, perhaps, suit ns better. Ex-Alderm...
  204. ... opposed to the indiscriminate introduction c the Chinese or any of the Asiatic races, who, if pel raitted ...
  205. ...year, and about 200 men employed, among them many Chinese, who had the spouts, the picking, and the rolling...
  206. ... are going in bald-headed for a settlement of the Chinese question. Inspector Anderson has now completely p...
  207. ...ested last Saturday for assaulting and injuring a Chinese laborer are sous of respectable citizens residing...
  208. ...normous aggregate of 21,000,000 copies. The great Chinese famine was caused by drought and the pestilence w...
  209. ...g from Victoria. A Victorian digger says that the Chinese have cleaned out the gold from Port Darwin, and t...
  210. ...t phylloxera at Geelong. Joint legislation on the Chinese question has been agreed to. The Border Duties’ q...
  211. ...he Logan's crew, A. Drew, Mulholland, Govicr, and Chinese; the jnnk with seven Chinese; to say nothing of t...
  212. ...holland, Govicr, and Chinese; the jnnk with seven Chinese; to say nothing of the parties recently butchered...
  213. ...ejected M.P., who advocated putting a poll-tax on Chinese, has of late been taken for a Mongolian, being co...
  214. ...elbourne may be found Frenoh, Spanish, Dutch, and Chinese Cafes, restaurants and " eating houses." The hard...
  215. ...TOILET SETS, PHOTOGRAPHS, C. de V. FRAMES, VASES, CHINESE GOODS, INDIAN „ FANS, PORTFOLIOS, GERMAN TOYS, FR...
  216. ...s, says he is going to bring in a bill to prevent Chinese from :ibr»uring in mines. Sydney is now drawing o...
  217. ... it quite the attraction of the West. At Adelong, Chinese are being employed in preference to whites. Some ...
  218. ... news reaches Cooktown from the Coen. Some of the Chinese are returning. For a good while the average earni...
  219. ...ourne youths who were arrested for assaulting the Chinese hawker were, on Friday last, committed by the ben...
  220. ...TOILET SETS, PHOTOGRAPH! Cv i,; HE '.SITE FRAMES, CHINESE GOODS, INDIAN GOOI . A ,»••£. DILET GLASSES, DRES...
  221. ...he was in a state of “ comma.” We are copying the Chinese. On Friday morn- ing last, at the corner of Pitt ...
  222. ...ned at the Margaret rush, Port Darwin, chiefly by Chinese. A new gold- field, Boolboonda, Wide Bay and Barn...
  223. ...TOILET SETS, PHOTOGRAPHS, CARTE DE VISITS FRAMES, CHINESE GOODS, INDIAN GOODS. MIRRORS, TOILET GLASSES, ' D...
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  225. 1881
  226. ...o be seen, however, in one of these. No. 99, “The Chinese Question," by Mr. C. H. Hunt. Two men are absorbe...
  227. ...count of the line on their spotted wings. An anti-Chinese meeting, a la Lambing Flat, was held at Staunifer...
  228. ...o employs, and threatens still further to employ, Chinese labour. However, they subsequently held another m...
  229. ...nd Murray, miners, storekeepers, and employers of Chinese labour. The China Mail says :—“ Canton is covered...
  230. ...re the natives are taking a mean advantage of the Chinese monster’s helpless position. The police con- nive...
  231. ...r a table and an inverted gin-ease for a chair. A Chinese bigwig thinks it beneath his dignity to manufactu...
  232. ...ast general election he joined in the cries, “ No Chinese,” and “ Give us eight hours!" He also, it is stat...
  233. ...bertre, Dolmar-shape bein ' the most fashionable. Chinese silk is much used, hut is not so new. The Hon. Mr...
  234. ...s it fell through. No convictions for assaults on Chinese in Victoria. Great regret (now that the line t > ...
  235. ...ion of “ the paper that is always wrong.” ■When a Chinese has a standing inch ad. in a Northern paper, the ...
  236. ...n Islands becoming more frequent. Large number of Chinese murdered. Rev. C. D. Newman, of the Wol- lombi, d...
  237. ...iamsons are in Hobart with “ Struck Oil ” and the Chinese Question for a change. Flora Anstead is with them...
  238. ...quee was erected, and the garden illuminated with Chinese lanterns. Two of the Brighton ladies were discuss...
  239. ...TOILET SETS, PHOTOGRAPHS, CARTE DE VISITE FRAMES, CHINESE GOODS, INDIAN GOODS, MIRRORS, TOILET GLASSES, DRE...
  240. ...not true that the Hongkong Government deports its Chinese criminals to Australia. There are many books belo...
  241. ...e ways that are mean,” some other people than the Chinese are peculiar. Listen to the story from—well it mi...
  242. ...ring in the vasty deep (four feet of water). Some Chinese gardeners came to the rescue, and the coming cham...
  243. ...anted to buy it to use as a vegetable-basket. The Chinese made threepence out of the affair. Moral : « Neve...
  244. ...m Billy Lee’s place on the Punch-bowl road to the Chinese gardens, Canterbury—four miles. Then the accounts...
  245. ...erfectly white woman, with a white husband, has a Chinese baby. At least, the y oungster is a little yeller...
  246. ...y to retard Federation. The bold assault upon the Chinese Immigration scheme of the Crown Colony of Western...
  247. ...he ‘'marvellouslay” at Wagga. Biz mod. There is a Chinese leper at Uralla He is fed daily by a police- man....
  248. ... Mayor has condemned a lumber of dens occupied by Chinese in Castlereagh- itreet. On some of the stations i...
  249. ... net. How to save time—Let your watch run down. A Chinese adage—Love ’oo little, love Oolong. Telescope two...
  250. ...oy, it is feared, will become a total wreck.——The Chinese still continue to smuggle opium into Victoria. A ...
  251. ....” Chiarini is now in Bombay adding to his troupe Chinese, Indian, and Japanese jugglers. He returns to Syd...
  252. ...e are 400 members on the roll. On Thnrsday-week a Chinese patient, suffering from hydatid, died in Sydney I...
  253. ... advertisement from one of the local medicos. The Chinese are fast leaving the Palmer, because “they say ” ...
  254. ...advanced to the window and asked for a “chopper” (Chinese for a kiss). Not only was the luxury denied him, ...
  255. ...holy words, “ While there’s life there’s hope.” A Chinese wedding in high life was celebrated at Little Riv...
  256. ...tle River, Braid wood, a few days past. The usual Chinese ceremonials, in the way of kissing the bride and ...
  257. ...torian Manufacturers’ As- sociation declares that Chinese immigration is not un- desirable. Pine country fo...
  258. ...th the strings complete—the latter suitable for a Chinese puzzle—one dining table, perfect with the excepti...
  259. ...as been started. The police have been raiding the Chinese fan-tan houses in Cooktown, Queensland. A 20th sh...
  260. ...” during the present municipal year. There are 15 Chinese miners now on the Coen, who continue to average a...
  261. ...ut hope for better times. Fifty acres cane at the Chinese sugar planta- tion, Cairns, will soon be ready fo...
  262. ...to send a concert company te Adelaide. Chang, the Chinese giant, is exhibiting at Bur- nell’s Museum, New Y...
  263. ...nted that billet, from the postmaster down to the Chinese store- keeper, and therefore chaos ensued. When t...
  264. ...noagh’a Royal Hotel, Port Macquarie. “Dr.” Lee, a Chinese quack, has been sentenced, at Wagga, to 12 months...
  265. ...ere’s no necessity to dig no either the French or Chinese languages to mystify the public over it. If w rea...
  266. ...ecently attempted to shoe one ef the mules that a Chinese company who trade at the Hodgkmsou use as "pack-h...
  267. ...ra, is to be pre- sented with a gold medal by the Chinese diggers. Archibald Forbes writes that he will arr...
  268. ...t amongst Christians of all classes, Hebrews, and Chinese. Acting for years as agent to the New Hebrides Mi...
  269. ... and successful show at Bathurst. Great influx of Chinese to the New England tin mines. Ten thousand visite...
  270. ...ings exists at Honolulu. Small-pox, introduced by Chinese, is raging fiercely and decimating the inhabitant...
  271. ...s unmentionables. H.E. W. went home in a cab. The Chinese steamship line trading from Canton to San Francis...
  272. ...isco is pressing the Pacific Mail Company for the Chinese trade. The Prince of Wales gave a dinner to 25 gu...
  273. ...ten flour which are rich in phosphatic salts. The Chinese call a blustering, harmless fellow “a paper tiger...
  274. ...rberton tin mines, and has not since been seen 32 Chinese smug- glers were arrested by Inspector Brittain a...
  275. ...t as they can get the means. There are about 5000 Chinese, some of whom are working on the sugar plan- tati...
  276. ...iery explosion “‘ Ah Sun, a very innocent-looking Chinese, was charged with stealing,’ &c. Innocent-looking...
  277. ...nded all their exuberant fervour in regard to the Chinese Question. It would now really appear that the Chi...
  278. ...civilization and situated in King-street, where a Chinese gentleman is just now figuring for the respectabl...
  279. ...nolulu, small-pox, introduced by recently-arrived Chinese, is decimating the Island.” — DAILY PAPER. “About...
  280. ...ecimating the Island.” — DAILY PAPER. “About 1800 Chinese have, during the last few weeks, arrived at Sydne...
  281. ... 14th. “Crusader, from Hong-Kong. Passengers: 200 Chinese.” — Evening NEWS, April 20t. “From the Palmer Gol...
  282. ...ges for many years to two thousand white men, the Chinese have almost completely driven white labour.”— QUE...
  283. ...) -SQUIBS PIN WHEELS BLUE DEVII GOLD BLUE CANDLES CHINESE TREES FLOWEE ] DO PEINCE OF WALES’ I Is. 9d. per ...
  284. ... box. FIRE BALLOOI 65., 125., 215., 365., and 60i CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packe EXTEA SUPERIOR C...
  285. ...LOOI 65., 125., 215., 365., and 60i CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packe EXTEA SUPERIOR CHINESE 40 pack...
  286. ...E FIREW CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packe EXTEA SUPERIOR CHINESE 40 packets in box, red box, 6i Tom Thumb Chinese ...
  287. ... CHINESE 40 packets in box, red box, 6i Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz CHINE...
  288. ...inese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz CHINESE GUNS, extra superior Bs. dozen packets THE (Jity ...
  289. ...ve Council during the session before last, of the Chinese Immigration Regulation Bill, in excuse for allowi...
  290. ...d in the gravy of their indignation. But when the Chinese Regulation Bill was rejected, it was the public w...
  291. ...blic. But when last session was entered upon, the Chinese question was not a foremost item. There was a Con...
  292. ... it might come to pass that there would be merely Chinese provinces to Fede- rate when the day came. There ...
  293. ... his lecture is —“ The Heathen and the Gospel, or Chinese material for Christian conversion.” One of the gr...
  294. ... the 300 oz. previously picked out in nuggets 300 Chinese arrived in on week at Vegetable Creek tin mines; ...
  295. ...n this day’s issue.   BRIEF MENTION. Roll up ! No Chinese! Proctor’s legacy—M’Gubben! More fires at Aucklan...
  296. ...rn will be that which de- picts the haunts of the Chinese. In order to obtain material for this sketch, we ...
  297. ...icipal policy, but with his action in keeping the Chinese dens under strict supervision we certainly concur...
  298. ...evote his whole attention to the dwellings of the Chinese, in order that the municipal by-laws respecting t...
  299. ...she (Mrs. Ah Fan) would never have her learned no Chinese.” • • • After inspecting some more dens in the ba...
  300. ...ilthy, verminous walls by means of papers bearing Chinese emblems and cheap pictures ; but dirt, rottenness...
  301. ...oth, while the other was attired in a dilapidated Chinese suit. The contrast was singular. In this place th...
  302. ...entiment which appeared to be endorsed by the ten Chinese who were, as we entered, scorching, moth-like, th...
  303. ...ike those of all European women who live with the Chinese, were rotting away, and it was positively offensi...
  304. ...ave not taken advantage of the sud- den influx of Chinese to describe a den when crowded by immigrants, and...
  305. ...A SQUIBS PIN WHEELS BLUE DEVII GOLD] BLUE CANDLES CHINESE TEEES FLOWEE I DO PEINCE OP WALES' F Is. 9d. per ...
  306. ... box. FIEE BALLOOI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60t CHINESE PIREW - CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packet iEXTEA SUPEEI...
  307. ...OI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60t CHINESE PIREW - CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packet iEXTEA SUPEEIOE CHINESE ( 40 ...
  308. ...REW - CHINESE CEACKEES, 40 packet iEXTEA SUPEEIOE CHINESE ( 40 packets in box, red box, 6f Tom Thumb Chines...
  309. ...HINESE ( 40 packets in box, red box, 6f Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz 'CHIN...
  310. ...nese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz 'CHINESE GUNS, extra superior Bs, dozen packets Serpents R...
  311. ...d. bulletin. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1881. Free-trade v. Chinese. Notwithstanding Mr. George H. Reid’s creditably ...
  312. ...trade on the hip with respect to the exclusion of Chinese. Free-trade is, in New South Wales, a popular cat...
  313. ...is quite another. In this matter of excluding the Chinese, the Free-traders are demonstrably in the latter ...
  314. ...st —Eev. Dr. Who ? Ninian Melville’s weapon—“ The Chinese mus’ git." A painful operation—Perusing the Sixpe...
  315. ... we do?” shrieked the poetic Mr. Pitt at the anti-Chinese meeting. “ Yes, indade; they like ’em a great dea...
  316. ...e Morning Rum in a par. re its report of the anti-Chinese meeting : “On Thursday evening, Mr. Cameron's nam...
  317. ...j SQUIBS PIN WHEELS BLUE DEVIL GOLDI BLUE CANDLES CHINESE TREES FLOWER P DO PRINCE OF WALES’ F Is. 9d. per ...
  318. ... box. FIRE BALLOOI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60s CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS. 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR ...
  319. ...LOOI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60s CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS. 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE < 40 p...
  320. ... FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS. 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE < 40 packets in box, red box, 6s Tom Thumb Chines...
  321. ...HINESE < 40 packets in box, red box, 6s Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz, CHIN...
  322. ...nese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz, CHINESE GUNS, extra superior Bs. dozen packets Serpents T...
  323. ...g, said that we were Anglo-Saxons now, but if the Chinese were allowed to come here in swarms we “ might go...
  324. ...young gentle- man who is, at present, doing those Chinese sketches, a perusal of which the Sydney public so...
  325. ...ane arrived on Friday, 29th, and brought 380 more Chinese. ’ Anti-Chinese demonstration at Newcastle post- ...
  326. ...riday, 29th, and brought 380 more Chinese. ’ Anti-Chinese demonstration at Newcastle post- poned for a fort...
  327. ...on to make strong represen- tton° nS *° ® against Chinese immigra- Viners, Eogers & Co., whose works are si...
  328. ...e of about WXK). There is a heavy decrease in the Chinese popu- lation. r The artillery cadets—consisting o...
  329. ... boats during 1880 immigra- ted to Australia 2564 Chinese and emigrated 2569. One hundred and forty thousan...
  330. ... pie...... There are now about 400 whites and 200 Chinese in and near Cairns. On the Barron between 40 and ...
  331. ...ecided on simultaneous action with respect to the Chinese. The Adelaide Chamber of Commerce urges prompt ac...
  332. ...s. The Eev. W. S. Swanson has sojourned among the Chinese in their own country for twenty-two years, and he...
  333. ...his utterances, which must be correct —that “ the Chinese are the most deceitful nation on the face of the ...
  334. ...A SQUIBS PIN WHEELS BLUE DEVIL GOLD] BLUE CANDLES CHINESE TEEES FLO WEE I DO PRINCE OF WALES’ P Is. 9d. per...
  335. ...r box. FIRE BALLOOI 65., 12s„ 245., 365., and 60i CHINESE PIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packel EXTRA SUPERIOR ...
  336. ...LLOOI 65., 12s„ 245., 365., and 60i CHINESE PIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packel EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE ( 40 p...
  337. ... PIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packel EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE ( 40 packets in box, red box, 6i Tom Thumb Chines...
  338. ...HINESE ( 40 packets in box, red box, 6i Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz CHINE...
  339. ...inese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz CHINESE GUNS, extra superior Bs. dozen packets Serpents T...
  340. ...art over all other nations in the known world—the Chinese perhaps excepted. According to some, our harmonio...
  341. ...6,000 in dividends,about £l5 10s per £1 share The Chinese are said to be getting an ounce a day per man at ...
  342. ...ropean has penetrated more than 30 miles from the Chinese coast, which is pretty rough on the host of trave...
  343. ...ant is the most certain of his knowledge," says a Chinese sage; and our public teachers fully bear out the ...
  344. ...eat is precious as the apple of the eye,” saith a Chinese proverb, and though, at this present juncture, it...
  345. ...y-vo ! The Newcastle Herald says “ there are four Chinese general stores at Adelong.” We wonder how many Ch...
  346. ...se general stores at Adelong.” We wonder how many Chinese private stores there are. There is inTumut a girl...
  347. ...king an active part against the intro- duction of Chinese into Queensland!" We wonder to whom the editor of...
  348. ...| SQUIBS PIN WHEELS BLUE DEVIL GOLDI BLUE CANDLES CHINESE TREES FLOWER P DO PRINCE OF WALES’ F Is. 9d. per ...
  349. ... box. FIRE BALLOOI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60s CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR ...
  350. ...LOOI 65., 125., 245., 365., and 60s CHINESE FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE < 40 p...
  351. ... FIREW CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packet EXTRA SUPERIOR CHINESE < 40 packets in box, red box, 6s Tom Thumb Chines...
  352. ...HINESE < 40 packets in box, red box, 6s Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz. CHIN...
  353. ...nese Crackers, 40 strings in packet, 6s. per doz. CHINESE GUNS, extra superior Bs. dozen packets Serpents T...
  354. ...ol of Arts The conundrum is that referring to the Chinese. * * * * The Romanys also treated Barwood to “ Me...
  355. ...colonist. Our Governor, Sir Arthur Kennedy, met a Chinese deputation at Cooktown, and told them that he obj...
  356. .... If Sir Arthur remains here much longer, employs Chinese servants, and advocates un- restricted Chinese im...
  357. ...ys Chinese servants, and advocates un- restricted Chinese immigration, his popularity will become a burden ...
  358. ...ed with posters referring to a set of articles on Chinese Immigration, in which placards—“ Death on the Pal...
  359. ...ing forcible possession of the Domain for an anti-Chinese meeting, it declares that it will admit of no fre...
  360. ...fish. It is contemplated, we hear, in case of the Chinese agitation becoming more pronounced, to arm consta...
  361. ...or a missionary to superintend the work among the Chinese in N.S.W. It is said that a lady has, at a privat...
  362. ...t Wagga assizes with having stuck up and robbed a Chinese hawker, was acquitted. He was ably defended by Mr...
  363. ...h. The Boers and Kaffirs are quarrelling. A Eusso-Chinese treaty has been made. Strong Nihilistic speeches ...
  364. ...oa the men. We learn from the Evening News that a Chinese princess is stopping at Sun Kum On’s. It’s wonder...
  365. ...nd and Water says :—“ Divorce is common among the Chinese; so common that a man may get rid of his wives at...
  366. ...s will include Gen. Tom Thumb and wife, Chang the Chinese giant, the famous baby elephant and a number of o...
  367. ...r. * * * A subscription was started among the 850 Chinese who arrived by the Giamis Castle the other day wi...
  368. ... Plagiarism in its worst form.—Small pox from the Chinese. The needle on board the ship that went ashor e h...
  369. ...ton In several parts of the Bathurst district the Chinese are planting tobacco with great success The other...
  370. ...n the Western Empress died. The sagacity of those Chinese is something marvellous, Victoria had, during 187...
  371. ...till giving entertainments in New York Chang, the Chinese Giant, is likely to visit Australia and New Zeala...
  372. ...ning case A local doctor thinks that the supposed Chinese leper at the Aramac is not a leper at all, but a ...
  373. ... a housetop opposite to the premises of On Chong, Chinese mer- chant, whose child has been sick with small-...
  374. ...er- ciliousness of the Premier, who told an Anti. Chinese deputation which urged this very danger of small-...
  375. ... he is the “ father of eleven children.” The Anti-Chinese Association elation will be delighted to hear thi...
  376. ...i) recently decided to remove the poll-tax on the Chinese. Unfortunately for the latter, however, the darki...
  377. ... it something else. “ Patriotic Sentiments on the Chinese and Polynesian Questions ” can now be had for the...
  378. ...ou. Government interpreter at Melbourne says that Chinese leprosy is not contagions, and dies out in three ...
  379. ...ge is about to be established at Auckland N.Z The Chinese question is being dis- cussed at Auckland, on acc...
  380. ... Auckland, on account of a threatened invasion. A Chinese party at Corvoy's Gully, Otago, N.Z., un- earthed...
  381. ...home the loot! Last steamer took from Cooktowu 43 Chinese passengers, 1781 ounces of gold, and 4 cases of h...
  382. ...aper de nounces as slavery the system under which Chinese women are sold by auction to their countrymen in ...
  383. ...0. The wages alone amount to £7OOO. The infantile Chinese small-pox patient is convalescent. All the in- ha...
  384. ...s of small-pox now in Sidney have arisen from the Chinese recently arrived in the colony. No one will dispu...
  385. ... has been a prodigious bungle. Months ago an Anti-Chinese deputation tried to impress upon the Premier the ...
  386. ... danger that small-pox would be introduced by the Chinese, who had begun to arrive shipload after shipload....
  387. ...tiveness —every step for regulating the influx of Chinese which is now being resorted to. Chinese ports wer...
  388. ...influx of Chinese which is now being resorted to. Chinese ports were then, as now, “ infected places,” whil...
  389. ...e working classes on this, to them, vital subject—Chinese immigration would long since have been placed .un...
  390. ... suf- fered by shipowners engaged in transporting Chinese coolies to our shores. But, after all, suddenly t...
  391. ..., in Victoria, two boys went out shooting. One, a Chinese lad, accident- ally received a charge in the leg,...
  392. ...rl 1 What a sensation he made here 1 A half-caste Chinese boy, five years old, has been found dead in a wat...
  393. ... day, on the Shanghai River, a boat’s crew from a Chinese frigate was sent to Are into and sink a burning v...
  394. ...pox of the most violent type just discovered in a Chinese hovel at Waterloo. Luckily for us there is " no i...
  395. ...eglect of precautions against the introduction by Chinese of small-pox. The Geelong Advertiser has a leader...
  396. ... the premier claim on the Palmer Many hundreds of Chinese Tiave left the Palmer for the Mulgrave The Molong...
  397. ...e juries, has been admitted to bail The intending Chinese passengers from Newcastle by the Kembla were ejec...
  398. ...annia on Thurs- day, June 23, to good business. A Chinese clown and “ Mr. Silvester’s big monkey” are the d...
  399. ...you—none 1 ” G.S.   BRIEF MENTION. The demand for Chinese vegetables improves. Low Churchmen. —Mr. Hodgson ...
  400. ...being able to cut under all its compeers, employs Chinese as sewing machine operators. Mr. Clement Scott’s ...
  401. ...ibel cases. It is reported that a brigade of 3000 Chinese fought well for the Chilians in the late war. Bii...
  402. ...man, weighing twenty-three stone, resident at the Chinese camp. The sin of Adam and Eve was eating of the f...
  403. ... says that an Adelong storekeeper recently sold a Chinese girl, his servant, to a Wagga Celestial for £93. ...
  404. ...University. Owing to his great partiality for the Chinese, Sir Arthur Kennedy has been nicx-named “ the sma...
  405. ... is charged with having passed. At Newcastle, the Chinese vegetable dealers appear to have been effectually...
  406. ...orted that there was small-pox among the Qnnnedah Chinese a Morpeth doctor visited all their houses, but fo...
  407. ...ture. The two boys arrested for the murder of the Chinese lad Tommy Wing Hock, are wofully ignorant They te...
  408. ...lly ignorant They tell different tales of how the Chinese boy was killed, the younger saying that the elder...
  409. ...wo hours bombarded the house and its inmates with Chinese guns and stones. A fireball thrown into the veran...
  410. ...e words of his brother, 11 was never afraid.” The Chinese of N.S.W. have agreed among themselves to conform...
  411. ...murder of a blackfellow at Tewantin, Queensland A Chinese vegetable hawker has stabbed a European rival at ...
  412. ...he celebrated Enniskillen dragoons At Cooktown, a Chinese opium-smoking passenger by the Ocean died suddenl...
  413. ...rlier part of the recess, that they place an anti-Chinese paragraph foremost. In that para- graph there is ...
  414. ...rked as peculiar that, with the exception of anti-Chinese legislation—obviously due to a current agitation—...
  415. ...l Mall Gazette says. On the second reading of the Chinese Bill in the N.Z. Parliament, Major Atkinson, havi...
  416. ...ent, Major Atkinson, having given as a reason why Chinese immigration should be restricted when 5000 Celest...
  417. ...nd philosophical principles on which is based the Chinese Immigration Bill,' and on the great attention he ...
  418. ...be taken. This he has provided for in the case of Chinese. This new great principle for pro- ducing a model...
  419. .... there has been some talk of re-commit- ting the Chinese Bill with the object of increasing the poll-tax f...
  420. ...Then give him your daughter, Miss Lucy; she likes Chinese missions, and such like, and there can be no obje...
  421. ...on Monday, for £l6OO Warden Towner has driven the Chinese off the Mulgrave gold-field. The white miners, wh...
  422. ...younger of the two boys arrested for shooting the Chinese lad Tommy Wing Hock, cutting his throat and putti...
  423. ...ous business of atoning for their fault. The Anti-Chinese Bill, which, if brought in when the warn- ing was...
  424. ... of the Land Laws. Rumour has it that, should the Chinese Restric- tion Bill pass the Assembly in its prese...
  425. ...ibel law.* The testimonial which was given by the Chinese to Dr. Hodson was presented at the suggestion of ...
  426. ...nday mornings. Rev. Dr Hughes, who holds that the Chinese are “ the moat debased people on the face of the ...
  427. ...ne shilling. But as people can get plenty of anti-Chinese talk for much less than that, only twenty persons...
  428. ...nst the action of the inspector who compelled the Chinese to go into their house at Boyd’s Farm and bring o...
  429. ...n has been 'presented with a testi- monial by the Chinese, “ as a mark of their appreciation of the service...
  430. ...the champion snake story of the season of 1865: A Chinese gardener at Scone had a pet opossum, which he was...
  431. ... subjects—on the doc- trine of the Atonement, the Chinese question, the Dar- winian theory, and the advisab...
  432. ...wcastle, the people won’t buy vegetables from the Chinese. But they buy them from whites who procure their ...
  433. ...buy them from whites who procure their wares from Chinese gardeners at a very low rate. Fever, which attack...
  434. ...ty naval pen- sioner, served through the Crimean, Chinese ani West Indian troubles. 230 oz. more gold recei...
  435. ...te for ricS: growing, are about to be tested by a Chinese propose to take 5120 acres of land in that distri...
  436. ... acres of land in that district, and to introduce Chinese labour and English machinery. Half the capital is...
  437. ... during the session are Criminal Appeal Court and Chinese Immigration Bills. Mr. Turner, who, by the way, i...
  438. ... man says that Inspector Seymour’s description of Chinese immorality is so disgusting that in the presence ...
  439. ...which was not confined to the fellows who treated Chinese with brutal violence in the streets, but larrikin...
  440. ...cation, who made political capital by holding the Chinese up to public opprobrium—who betrayed violence deg...
  441. ...talised. He spoke for a quarter of an hour on the Chinese Bill on Thursday night. No wonder that his orator...
  442. ...the goody-goody books redolent of brimstone. Anti-Chinese orator : “ The thin end of the wedge of the Chine...
  443. ...inese orator : “ The thin end of the wedge of the Chinese invasion has been inserted, and I desire to know ...
  444. ...my.” By the a,dvice of the police it is said —the Chinese of this city presented Dr. Hodson with a testimon...
  445. ...that this world can span Rest in the bosom of the Chinese man P Nay, as I think, we each our share have got...
  446. ...n 1 V. TO DAVID BUCHANAN. [Vide his speech on the Chinese Question.] Alas, alas, it is in vain, oh, — Yes, ...
  447. ...ano. But smoke that renders men distraught 1 “The Chinese are above us,” —this Is the last sentiment he’s “...
  448. ...ce. It is now pretty clear that the wrong man — a Chinese—was hung tor the Naseby (N.Z.) murder. The Mongol...
  449. ...0 per acre Two tons and ahalf of tobacco grown by Chinese gardeners at Carcoar have been sent to Sydney.......
  450. ... which, in view of the prevalence of small-pox at Chinese ports, its actual introduction by immigrants of t...
  451. ...nce any suggestion ever seriously made by an anti-Chinese deputationist. The effect, also, of the Ministeri...
  452. ...here were desperate. The proclamations which made Chinese ports infected places in relation to New South Wa...
  453. ...y the dealings of the Government with the unlucky Chinese pas- sengers of the Ocean. * * * In the measure w...
  454. ...rick and a Government keepipg a whole shipload of Chinese twenty-four hours with- out water to drink, there...
  455. ... his back, and a Government hustling a shipful of Chinese from port to port, and finally insisting on their...
  456. ...ire to place such restrictions upon the influx of Chinese as shall secure Aus- tralia to the Caucasian race...
  457. ...,000 per annum. A poll-tax of =BlO a head for all Chinese landing in New Zealand has been passed by both Ho...
  458. ...ne, off Pitt- street, on Tuesday At Wellington, a Chinese belong- ing to the s.s. Bowen, found with 475 smu...
  459. ...re in Grafton 4000 people, and no pawn- shop. The Chinese question —“ Cabbagee, lettucee, to-day ?" The fut...
  460. ...og- eared already. With banner blazoned o’er with Chinese scalps, Buchanan seeks to climb our social Alps ;...
  461. ...that we should arrive at a speedy solution of the Chinese question ? Sir Henry Parkes might take note of th...
  462. ..., 1881.—Madame,—The two Princes are SENT PACKING. Chinese and Larrikins: A Hint to the Legislature.   SINGE...
  463. ...s “ political cowards ” all those who support the Chinese Restriction Bill. As everyone knows he is not int...
  464. ... he is not interested in those tin mines at which Chinese are employed in such large numbers, therefore, he...
  465. ...ursday morning last, a notice of amendment in the Chinese Bill, given by Mr. Buchanan, was called on. The o...
  466. ...ry. And pick out currants from the legal pie. But Chinese David draws his falchion keen, _ And strikes for ...
  467. ... for Large Orders. A delicious Tea in the cup. No Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese...
  468. ...Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese teas. We challenge comparison with our INDIAN TEA...
  469. ...led boy was only a half-caste. Had he been a full-Chinese. Master Hall would have received a medal. Poor Wa...
  470. ... Jacob. That gentle- man, in speaking against the Chinese Bill, said that it would be just as reasonable to...
  471. ...ang. Pee, one guinea.” The other day, at Cobar, a Chinese took the oath of allegiance. Immediately he had f...
  472. ...elds, which look well and yield pays ble returns. Chinese gardeners make a fair living by selling to packer...
  473. ...be to reward a' larrikin for throwing stones at a Chinese, or to collect money for the erection of a statue...
  474. ...ed. “ He’s in the hortillery.” * * * Mr. Dailey’s Chinese brief was marked =£2so. No wonder the attorneys w...
  475. ... for Large Orders. A delicious Tea in the cup. No Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese...
  476. ...Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese teas. We challenge comparison with our INDIAN TEA...
  477. ...g-irons. Constable and tracker in pursuit. Twenty Chinese merchants im- ported during 1880 to the value of ...
  478. ...la and other contagious diseases. Tbe natives and Chinese conceal all cases of small-pox they possibly can....
  479. ...of having saved the street from destruction. That Chinese leper again ! With much ease he changed his locat...
  480. ...njuries. In the Northern Territory there are 3690 Chinese, 660 Euroeans, and 30 Malays. Export of gold for ...
  481. ...tra-Bational. Mr. Lucas, in the discussion on the Chinese Bill, said it was a fact that when Chinamen einit...
  482. ... one realised £l4O. This shows the superiority of Chinese women over white wives, who never pay expenses. A...
  483. ...t the reason Mr. Dailey so fervently espoused the Chinese cause is that he loves the ckinfc-y (of coin). Th...
  484. ...being life-long friends. At Ararat police court a Chinese witness was asked how he wished to be swornOh, sa...
  485. ...ace in Woolloomooloo 1 Mr. Dailey’s speech on the Chinese Bill was in type in the Herald office before it w...
  486. ...er of Parliament, noted for his admiration of the Chinese, was asked, the other day, whether he did not int...
  487. ...til he was reached by a boat. At Maytowu, N.Q., a Chinese gambler lost his pouch, and hunted for it uuavail...
  488. ...n 230 ft. The boys Hall, one of whom murdered the Chinese lad. Tommy Wing Hock, have been sent to the Vieto...
  489. ...ch everyone stumped up.” The edition sold well. A Chinese storekeeper of has been sentenced to two years fo...
  490. ...ing translations of the inscriptions from off the Chinese tea-chests, or warbling free renderings from the ...
  491. ...; 9 others had been released • 36 Europeans and 2 Chinese had been sent to the Quaran- tm ? ground, sufferi...
  492. ..., suffering from smallpox, and 37 Europeans and 2 Chinese, not from infected houses, but not actually ill, ...
  493. ...convalescent except Lind- say), 6 Europeans and 2 Chinese; in hospital 10 convalescent and 7 progressing fa...
  494. .... There are now in Cooktown gaol 17 prisoners, ah Chinese. A tremendous meteor fell at Wide Downs, Queensla...
  495. ...t. 3. Ministers are to be invited The much-hunted Chinese leper is now located at Wylie Creek, near Wilson'...
  496. ... for Large Orders. A delicious Tea in the cup. No Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese...
  497. ...Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese teas. We challenge comparison with our INDIAN TEA...
  498. ... .£lOO for having an illicit still. There will be Chinese Town-hall contractors yet. It was evidently throu...
  499. ...thers, who were about 9 between them. There was a Chinese burr- cutter employed at the station, and he camp...
  500. ...ey respecting the importation of small-pox by the Chinese, so little Polly, imagining that they must all be...
  501. ...umour has it that “Pina- fore” has been done into Chinese. Perhaps it runs in this way: “Me neble, neble th...
  502. ... for Large Orders, A delicious Tea in the cup. No Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese...
  503. ...Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese teas. We challenge comparison with our INDIAN TEA...
  504. ...ow, Sir Arthur Kennedy employs, as is well known, Chinese servants, and it is a regularly understood thing ...
  505. ... anxious to know how he proposes to deal with the Chinese question. Mr. M'Elhone made one speech only last ...
  506. ..., unless wiped out under the ad- vancing hoofs of Chinese, Malay, and Cingalese scum, publish a polyglot No...
  507. ...e township on the Burdekin is growing rapidly The Chinese are working deep leads (cement) in the vicinity o...
  508. ...erhaps the defeat of the All- England Eleven by a Chinese team, —certainly small. pox, or horse-pox, among ...
  509. ...ge pulled the tail of one of Sir Arthur Kennedy’s Chinese servants. He says : —“ We fairly shrieked with la...
  510. ...barque Eden, which has arrived at Melbourne, from Chinese and Japan ports, are suffering from beri-beri, a ...
  511. ... for Large Orders. A delicious Tea in the cup. No Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese...
  512. ...Chinese admixtures. Goes twice as far as the best Chinese teas. We challenge comparison with our INDIAN TEA...
  513. ...of “ Council Medicine ” on the robust form of the Chinese Restriction Bill, after it left the hands of vour...
  514. ...s he really retired from aquatics for ever ? Four Chinese converts were baptized by the Rev. Dr. Steel on S...
  515. ...e for smug, gling opium, were selling the drug to Chinese at 255. per lb. 160 lb opium was found in their c...
  516. ...tition against th.e Council’s amend- ments to the Chinese Restriction "Bill The Kim- berley pearl, found at...
  517. ...clen for Mr. T A Matthews’ Wiitsgoona Station The Chinese sugar-growers of Cairns, N.Q , who have a splendi...
  518. ...also left a will Three oases of leprosy among the Chinese at Cooktown. One boat obtained £4OO worth of bech...
  519. ...Teas Our Teas are warranted to go twice as far as Chinese Teas. Yon best study economy, therefore, by US Ev...
  520. ...ill never again revert te “ Jack the Painter." or Chinese “ Posts and Kails." Good, my beware of jealousy. ...
  521. ...consider the amendments ot the Upper House on the Chinese Bill. This motion was allowed to pass without exp...
  522. ...emier was allowed to deal not only with the whole Chinese question, but with the consti- tution of the Uppe...
  523. ... em- ployed were mostly crape, cashmere, and thin Chinese silk, with here and there a heavy satin. The wear...
  524. ...ood. The Far Northern anti-Mongolian argument:— “ Chinese don’t buy from us; why should we buy from them ?”...
  525. ...-E (for description see The I ABORIGINALS-GOAS.YO CHINESE KANAKA SHOWS FAIR On WEDNESDAY, MR. LAWE eminent ...
  526. ...worn*, n—there will be races between Aboriginals, Chinese and Kanakas ; and on Wednesday night the great sc...
  527. ...e from. * # * The daughters of Mr. Kong Meng, the Chinese millionaire merchant of Melbourne, were conspicuo...
  528. ...ile, villanious, vegetable- vendor, of the cursed Chinese persuasion, actually walked through a group of fo...
  529. ... ever saw, since Naamau caught tho leprosy from a Chinese hawker. * * * * Levy has been arrested in Now Yor...
  530. ...Watt said that a few months ago not only did 4000 Chinese arrive in a few weeks, but arrangements had been ...
  531. ...slative Council insisted on the omission from the Chinese Immigration Restriction Bill of tho clauses impos...
  532. ...ion Bill of tho clauses imposing a £lO penalty on Chinese, and pro- hibiting their owning freehold property...
  533. ...School of Arts, to wit, an orchestra playing upon Chinese instruments, with songs and witticisms which have...
  534. ...irst appearance in Sydney of the famous HONG KONG CHINESE ORCHESTRA and OPE BA COMPANY. 20 IN NUMBER 20 (Di...
  535. ...N THESE COLONIES. Performing on all the different Chinese Musical In- etruments as used in China, and also ...
  536. ...sed in China, and also introducing all ite latest Chinese Novelties, with songs, sayings, and doings as per...
  537. ... that bad and adulterated teas were imported from Chinese ports, and the astonishing admission was made, th...
  538. ...he; “you are economical in dress.” So wo’ve got a Chinese opera company, who play on Chinese instruments! T...
  539. ...So wo’ve got a Chinese opera company, who play on Chinese instruments! The Influx Re- striction Bill will h...
  540. ...ely nice. «» • W A notice of Mr. John E. Fulton’s Chinese opera company will be found in “ Late Theatrical....
  541. ...nkee Captain who, when he saw a British crew in a Chinese port, shouted •* Blood is thicker than water,” an...
  542. ...er for the Western Pacific.” LATE THEATRICAL. Tho Chinese Opera Company, at the School of Arts, is a combin...
  543. ...undrel with an instrumental earth- quake called a Chinese fiddle, a demon with a wooden dram tho size of a ...
  544. ...rmer on the pro- gramme), a Chinaman, got up as a Chinese girl who had apparently “ gone wrong ’’ at a very...
  545. ...ctable “ number ” was followed by the “celebrated Chinese opera, entitled”—wo are quoting from the programm...
  546. ..., stewed sharks’ fins with chopped chicken, roast Chinese goose with ginger and cucumbers, ducks wrapped in...
  547. ...creasing.... The Detached Squadron is cruising in Chinese waters. The frozen meat per Cuzco, from Mr. John ...
  548. ...ora. It’s a more profitable spec, than euchre The Chinese workmen at the Goulburn tannery dis- charged T. D...
  549. ...OFFICE and STORES :-147 YOR2 STSEET, SYDNEY. OUEE CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TART & CO. Have much pleasure...
  550. ...ants to extend tho missions among the Aborigines, Chinese, and South Sea Islanders. Whatl And empty churche...
  551. ...e seize, And gallop hila straight at the subjoot-^Chinese. The peaceful Mongolian grows inters and peas. An...
  552. ...e lees j Say, what shall we do with these Heathen Chinese ? Like Sinbad the Sailor’s Old Man of 1 ho Seas, ...
  553. ...f 1 ho Seas, These alinon-eved, amber-hued, apish Chinese Bestride ns, on I agony of agouees! (Bad metre? w...
  554. ... Q’s and our P’s To mind when we wander among the Chinese. But their perfame still floats upon zephyr and b...
  555. ... is epos • Shall wo ever get clear of these awful Chinese ? Bet’s hope that Smith's prrj .'ct the Synod ivi...
  556. ...ils by seas; ’ “ From heresy schism," and—Heathen Chinese i 8 November 12, 1881. THE BULLETIN.   writing as...
  557. ...man elections confirm Bismarck’s political defeat Chinese gunboats destroyed uest of 200 pirate5......130 p...
  558. ...ghts" on the path in front big enough to suit the Chinese giant. Their whole chat was about "consersashiu a...
  559. ...would havo on a Darntoy Island mummy. There was a Chinese funeral the other day at Tumut, whan the remains ...
  560. ...this must at once see how dangerous it is to have Chinese in the country. The honest under- taker will sure...
  561. ... OFFICE and STORES:—II7 TORI STREET, SYDNEY. pURE CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TART & CO. Have much pleasure...
  562. ...sh, on which was placed the, roast pig, common to Chinese feasts and funerals. One of the party endeavoured...
  563. ... commenced pugilistic proceedings in the orthodox Chinese style- stones, gravel, punching, adjectives, and ...
  564. ...io remains of many a good man have helped to grow Chinese turnips. The New York Clipper of tho 15th ultimo ...
  565. ...tions of importance now before Parliament are the Chinese and Licensing Bills : of these the former will be...
  566. ...Kum On, On Chong! On Chong, KumOnl How’s that for Chinese ? The answer to the conundrum runs along in this ...
  567. ...omo sort of check, like asphyxia. The name of the Chinese oculist who suggested this remedy for cataract ha...
  568. ... not been disclosed. It’s nearly time wo had that Chinese Bill. Speaking of a certain metropolitan musical ...
  569. ...Tambora last waek and was successful; bunting and Chinese lanterns very ’pretty. Provider© of the vessel ca...
  570. ... palms, evergreens, and flowers inside, fliga aud Chinese lanterns entside Some handsome dresses worn. Tbo ...
  571. ...schools. A fund of .£3OOO "has been raised by the Chinese in N.Z. for the purpose of exhuming the bodies or...
  572. ...le of.tho dining-table. The floor is covered with Chinese matting, and the general aspect of the furniture ...
  573. ...d from out tho wings this many a day.” There is a Chinese tbeat e in San Francisco, and there's a great run...
  574. ... curious is the' plot. It's not known whether the Chinese author took it from the Bible, cr the Bible took ...
  575. ... it from the Bible, cr the Bible took it from the Chinese author; but the plot is neither more nor loss tha...
  576. ...l scene As it was when, with ease. Ton banned the Chinese And peopled our loved Quarantine. May no Proctor ...
  577. ... ho out of place had it not been flanked by a few Chinese lanterns and withered “dead finish." Upon the hai...
  578. ...the weather, passing vessels, the sickness of her Chinese servant, even the fretfulness of her babe; bat ne...
  579. ...870, 1873, and 1876, Business Announcements P UEE CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TART & CO. Have much pleasure...
  580. ... blue and p mk roses, was very graceful. Numerous^Chinese lanterns shed a soft light over the garden, in wh...
  581. ...intended for Victorian brokers. The other day, 48 Chinese passengers per Hungarian, from Melbourne to Hongk...
  582. ...rom tho genial P.P. On Separation Day, Ah Qnce, a Chinese, was hung at Brisbane for having murdered a compa...
  583. ...is report of the interview is not satisfactory. A Chinese correspondent wrote to the Brisbane Courier, comp...
  584. ...a- man’s bed," and he found another “ living in a Chinese brothel at Sale ” What do yon think the authoriti...
  585. ...PIRIT MERCHANTS, 65 Pitt-stroet, Sydney. P XI E E CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TAET & GO. Have much pleasure...
  586. ...en Uoks elegant on ladies dt mature? age When the Chinese Emperor travels among hiSbelotod subjects, he get...
  587. ...f niggerdqm. Latent from the Coen (Q.) is that 42 Chinese are making good wages. A parcel of fine reefy-loo...
  588. ...woman’s eye.” “Bough.—Ah! but she was my wife.” A Chinese vegetable merchant recently married Bridget Molio...
  589. ...blic banquet eie they depart. • • • At ’Frisco, a Chinese couple were lately married according to the rites...
  590. ...hue with a fringe 12 inches long. In his eighth “ Chinese Sketch,” the “ Vaga- bond” declares that "the Jes...
  591. ...E & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, 65 Pitt-strcet, Sydney. UEE CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TART & CO. Have much pleasure...
  592.  
  593. 1882
  594. ...stoms authorities to guard against evasion of the Chinese poll-tax, the Argus says we can’t forget our old ...
  595. ...ther day received a unique communication from his Chinese servant, intimating that he (the Chinkie) had pur...
  596. ... (the Chinkie) had purchased from a fruiterer his Chinese nursemaid for £6O, and wanted his master’s permis...
  597. ... can only whistle for redress It is said that the Chinese who vma recently murdered by niggers atSamsder’s ...
  598. ...said “ Certainly I will—l have always objected to Chinese." The elector who questioned replied that he did ...
  599. ...lector who questioned replied that he did not say Chinese, but cereals. This fairly staggered the would-be ...
  600. ...xcellent pawnbroker, who has a great contempt for Chinese, may not be a success among white electors. f • •...
  601. ...m her point of vantage at the window, she saw the Chinese cook take the vegetable marrow from the dish with...
  602. ...SS WOOD CARVINGS, ARCADE BUILDINGS, SYDNEY. P URE CHINESE TEAS. Messrs. QUONG TART & CO. Have much pleasure...
  603. ...ence with the conveniences of an hotel. A genuine Chinese almond-eyed beauty, 17 years of age, fresh from t...
  604. ... “ Mary Anderson, you are handsomer Than a lot of Chinese kites ; But, oh, do please oblige ns. And play a ...
  605. ... quite a shock on Saturday. Hap- pening to pass a Chinese cookshop, we saw a piece of turkey’s entrails dis...
  606. ...., WHO ‘ ESALE AND RETAIL TEA, SII K, AND GENERAL CHINESE MERCHANTS AND IMPORTER 3 * Show Rooms—2B, JH J IT...
  607. ...ibellous to proceed. The other day three wretched Chinese were brought up at Coonabarabran, charged with st...
  608. ...sband, a heche-de-mer trader, with a baby and two Chinese servants. On the 27th September the blacks came, ...
  609. ...espect from his countrymen, being followed by the Chinese band; while all the national customs were observe...
  610. ...tbSt accounts nedeiVed in Cooktown state that the Chinese will in a day d'i tfao “ring down from the Coen 6...
  611. ...worth bat £2l2s. 6d. p-r ounce. There aio only 30 Chinese working m the olil ground Mr. Hubert Dillon, late...
  612. ...tponed till Easter Monday......A patient from tno Chinese leper camp regularly visits Ballarat for nr , vis...
  613. ...hen he has only a big stomach. THE LONG SPLICE. A CHINESE TAIL.—IN FIVE STRANDS. INSPIRATION. Come now our ...
  614. ...ls, The sexton was a ringer; And joy lived in the Chinese dells. That nestle around Tingha. And now wo leav...
  615. ..., has married a Tiugha Chinaman named Hoy. When a Chinese girl marries a Kanaka we shall be said, we suppos...
  616. ...s marriage at Murrurundi lately. Mr. G. G. Hoy, a Chinese merchant, of Tingha, and of reputed wealth, was u...
  617. ... Hoy’s countrymen. The Rev. Mr. Marshall said the Chinese Bill was a most unjust and oppressive measure, an...
  618. ...Australian maids, for last week another gay young Chinese, over whose bead but fifty summers had flown, app...
  619. ...etropolis of the country, is entirely composed of Chinese, policemen, and Civil servants. That mernr man of...
  620. ...the other night. The topic of the evening was the Chinese Question, and one speaker becoming rather too for...
  621. ...to hold his d row. After some discussion tho anti-Chinese speaker was voted “ a useless and immoral member,...
  622. ...n. Mr. Tooth at the Gooma banquet, classified the Chinese with the Atheists. Yet Confucius was a better and...
  623. ...me people have a strong objection to those horrid Chinese making furniture. But that s nothing the wav it’s...
  624. ...B. Constable Smith, a native of Victoria, acts as Chinese interpreter in Melbourne. Ha studied the lan- gua...
  625. ...t personated Customs officer*, and routed out the Chinese quarters for “ smugglee cigars, John.” They are n...
  626. ...er it’s a new style of egg-hatching machine, or a Chinese translation of jokes from the Sydney Mail, we can...
  627. ...nd tobacco, valued at £lOOO 3 have been seized at Chinese Camp, Creswick (V.) A miner named Loose has been ...
  628. ...t, and three of ’em wore goggles Two full-dressed Chinese ladies were in the Royal dress circle on Monday, ...
  629. ...en appearing in “Kerry,” “The Snowball." and “The Chinese Ques- tion." They have quite “oruelled" a poor Mr...
  630. ...at the Hon. J. M. Mocrossan ‘‘put his foot on the Chinese.” The exciting question for Queensland debating s...
  631. ...puddiug. Still he is alive I . .. Ouonw Tart, the Chinese importer, is the per- notrdor"’ of a brilliant ho...
  632. ...” I’ll give you ‘ fancy man,’ yon yaller son of a Chinese monkey ” —thump I thump 1—“ you mahogany fnrriner...
  633. ...path. John picked himself up, and spluttering out Chinese oaths of dire import, rushed to his basket, and h...
  634. ...rling revenue from the opium trade with China The Chinese Government vainly struggles against the mis- chie...
  635. ...se of sly-grog selling preferred against Nep Cue, Chinese storekeeper Penrith has now a paper, published we...
  636. ...ered impassable by reason of the mob of screaming Chinese that were congregated there. Finding that none of...
  637. ...or assault, bo received, written on the card of a Chinese merchant the trans- lation of his barbarian ad. I...
  638. ...his, his chief feature, is so widely known, That “Chinese copy" has a proverb grown. What a thing’s for, Jo...
  639. ...ning for him in Far North- ern Queensland, In the Chinese township, on a certain famous river, (an-tan and ...
  640. ... bond fido selectors. Wong Gin, a Lithesmero (Q ) Chinese, who left tbe Bnrdokin for Woodstock by the marke...
  641. ... Colonial Secretary fn the moral interests of the Chinese. We admire the style of this local preacher. He n...
  642. ...e River, N.Q. Gobbled by niggers, most probably A Chinese died at Sandhurst Chinese camp. He refused to see...
  643. ...iggers, most probably A Chinese died at Sandhurst Chinese camp. He refused to see a medical man, as accordi...
  644. ... lock, who was living “under the protection” of a Chinese, was fined £1 10s, for using bad language and bei...
  645. ...a pretty wife and two lovely daughter?, engaged a Chinese gardener, who, when he had finished nicking the s...
  646. ...ertainty of the brother’s boot. « • • At 1 the" 1 Chinese New in Year Cooktown, the merchants held a levee,...
  647. ...h r OVOr ’ +r G Parsons in bis grateful mood! The Chinese in the Northern Territory have been tick- rinf Tn...
  648. ... on a Sunday ? According to the Manaro Mercury, a Chinese recently sold 86t oz. gold to a Cooma storekeeper...
  649. ...ld Population of S. Australia, 292,778 Ah Hong, a Chinese burglar, has been shot in the knee by the Inglewo...
  650. ... with advantage write a libretto for Mr. Fultons’ Chinese opera company, to be entitled—“ The Cockroach and...
  651. ...diture, £116,340; revenue, £100,211. The Cooktown Chinese are about erecting a monument to Ah Sam, the comp...
  652. ...expended £50,000. They are working the place with Chinese and aboriginals. A Mr. Bean has taken up 60,000 a...
  653. ...as been brimful. The last caper was an “ imposing Chinese banquet," at which the health of the Emperor of C...
  654. ...o- peans” had the bad taste to get np on the anti-Chinese rant, aud the peaceful hilarity of the banquet wa...
  655. ... an end to this villany. A woman who lives in the Chinese quarter at Ballarat weighs 27 atone. She is only ...
  656. ...ants to expel Jews from South Russia; Czar averse Chinese Minister at Washington, U.S , threatens to withdr...
  657. ...d ’cello, boy, that we had cut down for us by the Chinese carpenter. And now to witch the night with music:...
  658. ...y the next mail. At Dunedin, Chum Goon, an insane Chinese, chose a queer camping ground. A police officer, ...
  659. ...other words, opium that has been once used in the Chinese pipos, smoked it, and shortly afterwards died on ...
  660. ...h from the effects. Charcoal opium is sold by tho Chinese to the blacks at a very low rate, and even white ...
  661. ...taken idea of life when it is pictured after this Chinese fire- screen fashion. Wo, however, cheerfully adm...
  662. ... Ash Wednesday, the Feast of Tabernacles, and tho Chinese Now Year ? The Bourke Watchman, commencing a lead...
  663. ...ght. Another Australian at home ! Dr. On Lee, the Chinese medico, formerly of Sydney, has established himse...
  664. ...“ passed in Aus- tralia.” Houp-U. By the way, the Chinese specific for ophthalmia is oats’ eyes and sugar. ...
  665. ...amped 500 miles —have been refused admission. The Chinese firm which has displayed bo much (momv in sugar c...
  666. ... issued a halfpenny paper. At Mudgee, a miserable Chinese was charged with asking food from constable Mille...
  667. ...literary effort was a hymn to the Virgin Mary ! A Chinese gentleman has given JE'2OOO towards the new Chris...
  668. ... the new Christian College at Foochow, China. The Chinese Government has published an edict exempting Prote...
  669. ...g circuit Dr. Ellis “ demanded alms" on behalf of Chinese, hie own brethren (herald), and the blacks, whoso...
  670. ...on the Celestial. We’ll soon have an enterprising Chinese sueing Government for damages. There are more new...
  671. ...cluding an M.H.E., the Mayor, a few J.’sP., and a Chinese mer- chant, have been charged with gambling. The ...
  672. .... 8 in. in ten jumps. A foot-race, 200 yards, for Chinese, was one of the features of the St. Patrick’s Day...
  673. ...reek named Damala’...'....President Arthur vetoed Chinese Exclusion Bill Sir Henry Parkes to be banqueted b...
  674. ...r Miller introduced a Bill to Congress to exclude Chinese from the States for ten years; anti-Chinese leagt...
  675. ...clude Chinese from the States for ten years; anti-Chinese leagties being formed all over the States Turkey ...
  676. ... failed to override Presi- clent Arthur’s veto to Chinese Exclusion Fenian, Kinsella, who killed an informe...
  677. ...t him to attend his sister s child’s funeral 3COO Chinese have left Hongkong for the O S Russia fortifying ...
  678. ...eir expenses. An iguana brought into Adelong by a Chinese, and sold lor its oil, measured Bft. 6in Mr. Gibs...
  679. ...us, bat wore coiffure posies and pretty bouquets. Chinese lanterns threw a decorous amount of light among t...
  680. ...y 200 persons, and some fine dresses were worn. A Chinese lady attracted attention in lavender satin, trimm...
  681. ... guns, reported as having foundered in a gale off Chinese coast; all hands, num- bering 600 persons, lost T...
  682. ...per box. Cases containing every variety including CHINESE FIREWORKS, to form a brilliant display, A 3, lOs....
  683. ...831, there were 242 suicides in the Bepublic. One Chinese only committed suicide ; he was a young stu- dent...
  684. .... He persuaded a woman who had been living in the Chinese camp to leave, and wont with her to get her cloth...
  685. ...er box. Cases containing every variety 'including CHINESE FIREWORKS, to form a brilliant display, A 3, lOs ...
  686. ...n Gaorge-streat like that.” He con- tinues:—“ Two Chinese were killed on the Lynd River, thq other day, by ...
  687. ... decorated with flags, flowers, and greenery, and Chinese lanterns lighted the verandahs and garden—excepti...
  688. ... of 100 proaest, the room baing ornament*! with I Chinese lanterns, flags, plants, ta. Cosy oornarg and dim...
  689. ...d to impress on the faculty the excellence of the Chinese remedy for ophthalmia —tom-cat’s eyes and sugar. ...
  690. ...r^. San Francisco, it is found that when once the Chinese get a footing in a block of buildings thev free**...
  691. ...5OO to £7OO. It is iow let at a9O dole, rental to Chinese, 300 years neo the Spaniards of the Philippine Is...
  692. ... 200,000 of them the Spaniards gave it up and the Chinese control the industries of the islands. lue Sir Jo...
  693. ...er box. Cases containing every variety [including CHINESE FIREWORKS, to form a brilliant display, A 3, .Os,...
  694. ...hts passed Mr, Miller’s Bill for the exclusion of Chinese for ten years; official visitors and strident* ex...
  695. ...graph abont the beauty of perseverance, and how a Chinese woman had rubbed a crowbar on a stone till she ma...
  696. ...d.-..........Pre5ident Arthur has assented to the Chinese Exclusion 8i11...... Dublin murders ascribed to F...
  697. ...6d , 155., 80s , and 40s Cases containing every 1 CHINESE FIREWORKS, to display, £3, 10s., JBS, £7 ] and £2...
  698. ...umble plots enough fora Nihilist conspiracy ■or a Chinese maraet-garden into one play ana then ■expect anyo...
  699. ...rick ont- side his door, he has to either erect a Chinese Feast of Lanterns round it, or else contribute 40...
  700. ...per box. Cases containing every variety including CHINESE FIREWORKS, to form a brilliant display, £3, I Os....
  701. ...In New Zealand there are (exclusive. f Maori? and Chinese) 30,112 persons above 5 years of age wb- can neit...
  702. ... gum-leaves except upon the rare occasions whoa a Chinese hawker called round and gave us a plug of tobooco...
  703. ...spector of police, wonts a bit of feirying with a Chinese Charon, he ge’s the reply, “Me no chargee plisone...
  704. ...t, with long cream feathers. There were two cream Chinese brocades with velvet, tight-fitting, and underski...
  705. ...ly pretty, the spacious gardens being lit up with Chinese lanterns, which cast their soft light over the wa...
  706. ...sired to bring about a union I etween Sarah and a Chinese store- keeper, named Ah Lowe. As parents and chil...
  707. ... of the local churches. These were ordered from a Chinese storekeeper, notwithstanding the fact that two of...
  708. ...on after which the Crash of Doom will appear as a Chinese cracker. We haven’t space to soy more this week, ...
  709. ... even the first generation of half-breds. Wlien a Chinese bank fails, all the officers have their heads cut...
  710. ...by the local Mongolians to an officer of police), Chinese gambling has long been rampant, and the celestial...
  711. ...r domestic uses, is polluted by the deposits from Chinese stables, piggeries, &o. Our correspondent enquire...
  712. ...ed by shaking her fist and grinning defiance. The Chinese at Meroo subse- quently burnt down a hut old man ...
  713. ...pious journal in this city says of a suicide by a Chinese Jeper that that act damns his soul to ail eternit...
  714. ...d to spoil the affair Chin Pack and Jen Sin, both Chinese, were married at Cooktown by a Registrar in regul...
  715. ...g 1 tbe eommeroiul morality of a leading man. The Chinese vegetable merohant who thought he was sufficientl...
  716. ... indecent assault. Larrikin mob guyvered a Sydney Chinese store- keeper) Celestial ran out to iafliot condi...
  717. ...er of Lands told a deputation of miners that "the Chinese were most useful to the European communities as c...
  718. ...ng about and idling their time. Ho thought if the Chinese were driven away, the miners and residents would ...
  719. ...r-flask had been empty." Here is the very latest “Chinese” story. A Chinese cook, employed by a N.B.W. surv...
  720. ...mpty." Here is the very latest “Chinese” story. A Chinese cook, employed by a N.B.W. surveyor, got a chip o...
  721. ...lode owners up North find it lhard to £et labour, Chinese even refusing to work for £2 a week. Largo areas ...
  722. ...olice witnesses from an etsmity of brimstone. The Chinese question is being chewed over yet once more by th...
  723. ...ow, for our own part, we are sick to death of the Chinese and the Cninese question. The Chinese have brough...
  724. ...eath of the Chinese and the Cninese question. The Chinese have brought disease and filth and immorality to ...
  725. ... it as a snake-bite—burn it withoaustio. Make the Chinese who 'are here walk the plank into space in the go...
  726. ...f 125,825 males and 88,200 females. The number of Chinese was 11.229, of whom 23 were females: Polynesians,...
  727. ...ther the local police are paid for loafing in the Chinese camp- er whether they’re meant to look after the ...
  728. ... killed by wild beasts and venomous snake a. 3OOO Chinese coolies have saled from Hongkong for Victoria, th...
  729. ...orts ; the coat department was nndor fpedal care; Chinese lanterns and greenery decked i lie entry and cons...
  730. ...d writss asses e gainst the men who voted far the Chinese Bill,” says Henry Ward Beecher. But, if " ass ”be...
  731. ... dream of Assyrian splendour or the interior of a Chinese joss-house. A crimson carpet of Sidon covers the ...
  732. ... Church and the forensic profession because these Chinese cheap monsters—raised at one- tenth the price—are...
  733. ...rn— I but picked half a sheep.” • • • There was a Chinese funeral at Tnmut, the other day. The local paper ...
  734. ...day. The local paper says “ the rites enjoined by Chinese custom on such occasion were all duly observed; ”...
  735. ... and few persons know how to give such nice ones. Chinese lanterns threw their xue’low light over the groun...
  736. ...s a choice exhTbir, as “ a oiiina bowl of auciout Chinese porcelain.” Esthetic, tnatl A Northern paper regr...
  737. ...now who close upon the ft stive Thursday, are the Chinese starekeepere. A Brisbane auctioneer, ad- vertiein...
  738. ...a this fence la posted a legend written in choice Chinese, which informs the heathens how and where to get ...
  739. ...-lenders are agitating for payment of members The Chinese Exclusion Aet, passed by U.S. Congress, is a very...
  740. ...ct only prohibits the entry ot Celestials by sea. Chinese steamers from Hongkong are taking emigrants to Br...
  741. ...tions noticed.] “ J.C.E.” : You lose. The present Chinese popal a t ic> n of the Palmer does not exceed SHO...
  742. ... longest either, for we recollect hearing about a Chinese play that lays it over for longevity. The plot of...
  743. ... Ba:is the Colonies and India Muddle: *' When tho Chinese costermongers and market-gar- deners of Sydney re...
  744. ... showerfd upon them during the height of the anti-Chinese agitation, the population had to beg them to resu...
  745. ...shillings by chop- ping the neighbour’s wood. The Chinese lottery conductors in Melbourne are being slated ...
  746. ...RS, SPICES. TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  747. ..., and 600 have been snmmoned. A hundred and fifty Chinese were entertained at a tea-flght in St. Andrew’s s...
  748. ...of All Os. 61., and was witness to •thq exodus of Chinese miners." He says the miners honourably escorted t...
  749. ... of wry-necked storks flying through nothing, and Chinese junks, »nd gothic rosettes, and bee-hives, and co...
  750. ...tead. Mr. George Loo Hoo Ten, missionary, met his Chinese friends at tea last Thursday, in St. Andrew’s sch...
  751. ...their white brothers love them. Discussion of the Chinese Bill, ho wever, is postponed till the next occasi...
  752. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS. CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, ~ MATTING 3, „ SPECIALITIES a...
  753. ...s aspersions on other coves. Mr. Quongr Tart, the Chinese tea merchant, has had a grievance with the Evenin...
  754. ...nce with the Evening News. He prevailed upon some Chinese friends to attend the banquet to Sir Henry, and t...
  755. ...why they did honour to the man who brought in the Chinese Bestriction Bill. Quong called at the office and ...
  756. ...ch he stated that so much had been said about the Chinese being unwilling to enter into social life with Eu...
  757. ...ing, as well as to do honour to the father of the Chinese Bill. When Quong made his request to his countrym...
  758. ...is the way a red-headed squatter settles with his Chinese ringbarkers. “Well, Ah Foo, what do you want ? ” ...
  759. ...EPPERS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS. CHUPNEYS, INDIAN PEISEE CHINESE PEESEJ SILKS, „ MATTI] „ SPECI4 Give Special Atte...
  760. ... wrinkled satin or silk. FACT AND FANCY FOCUSSED. Chinese eager to get to Mackay from the Palmer are rushin...
  761. ...y, has let a contract for clearing 300 acres to a Chinese headman—not a bad gap to taka at one sweep out of...
  762. ...id lately that there is not a native in the whole Chinese Empire that can remove a tumour. What nice little...
  763. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  764. ...A. delegate some time back refused to endorse the Chinese Bestriction Bill, he no doubt had this little tax...
  765. ..., " Death before dishonour! ” • • • Recently, the Chinese of Tumut assembled in their grave-yard and ate ba...
  766. ...love equally well—dies. We won’t be licked by the Chinese then. Let the undertaker but give us notice, and ...
  767. ...essing collar around his neck just like those the Chinese fishermen fix around the neck of a cormorant to c...
  768. ...RS, SPICES. TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  769. ...seizing the first Mongolian he came across in the Chinese camp, he returned with him in irons to where his ...
  770. ... of words. Copeland has a great sileotiou for the Chinese, and in speaking on the Oaths’ Bill ha was conten...
  771. ...own races three weeks ago. A race to be ridden by Chinese only was one of the first things on the second da...
  772. ...te was fair. Cosy corners were found outside, and Chinese lanterns were as useful as usual; for, as Ovid sa...
  773. ...PERS, SPICES. TAPIOCAS. CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRES SR' CHINESE PRESE] .. SILKS, „ MATTI] ~ SPECIA Give Special A...
  774. ...diers were a funny lot. Wo never knew before that Chinese-looking people were employed in the Spanish polic...
  775. ...formances we remember to have witnessed sinse the Chinese Opera Company (direct from Lower George-street) g...
  776. ... the English policeman and is im porting him. The Chinese Government had not the received the report of Ah ...
  777. ...ES, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNETB. INDIAN PEESEEYES, CHINESE PEEBEEYE „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALIT Give Sp...
  778. ...epared. Under a large awning running fore and aft Chinese lanterns were suspended, while lamps hung romi4 t...
  779. ...PERS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PEESERV] CHINESE PRESER! m SILKS, „ MATTINI „ SPECIAL Give Special...
  780. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  781. ...ook some marked dollars, and went out to entrap a Chinese woman into wrong doing,” the whole law is unreser...
  782. ...f of the child was own brother to the mother. The Chinese tobacco-growers of Tumut are bolding out for bigg...
  783. ...wimming fish—in fact, con- vert it into a sort of Chinese lantern. The fish seems to like it ." J. 8.” (Lam...
  784. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHDTNEYd, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  785. ...nder sentence of death at Armidale —Jimmy Hong, a Chinese, for rape, and John M’Gaun, for murder M’Gann wil...
  786. ...possible for him to move without getting drowned. Chinese burglars prepare a compound of some potent ingred...
  787. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES. „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  788. ...scribe most of the jokes Bat they all go off like Chinese crackers, which is very much to their credit, as ...
  789. ...he subjects for disquisition were confined to the Chinese question, the Irish difficulty, and t>.e Besotted...
  790. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, SILKS, „ MATTiNOS, „ SPECIALITIES and ...
  791. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PR! SERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS. „ SPECIALITIES an...
  792. ...ritain, employed in active operations against the Chinese. He was also engaged in that war during 1859 and ...
  793. ...g 1859 and 1860, under General Ward, of the Anglo-Chinese army, which was • afterwards commanded by the fam...
  794. ...y, which was • afterwards commanded by the famous Chinese ” Gordon, and rendered such commend- able service...
  795. ...mo Irishman, I’d kick you all time 1 Thr f? Tumut Chinese tobacco growers have this season sold nine tons o...
  796. ...at Lambing Flat that the wnite diggers rushed the Chinese and ont oil their pigtails ** Dapto ’’: Sorry we ...
  797. ...PPERS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYB, INDIAN PRESERV CHINESE FRESER ~ SILKS, „ HATTIN SPECIAI Give Special Att...
  798. ...RS, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNETS, INDIAN PRESERVES, CHINESE PRESERVES, .. BILES. „ MATTINGS, .. SPECIALITIES ...
  799. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES,’ CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, ,, MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES a...
  800. ...k him to take a “ chance ” in the lottery for the Chinese dog. Now, she asVs him to take a ‘‘share.” As whe...
  801. ...CY FOCUSSED. A measured area of scrub land on the Chinese plantation at Cairns (N.Q ) gave three and a-haif...
  802. ...e The grounds and verandahs we o i.laminated with Chinese lanterns, and in the early evening, before the su...
  803. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS. CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES,; CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  804. ...graded, than the yellow-skinned Mongolian. Even “ Chinese Gordon ” hasn’t a good word to offer in feeble de...
  805. ...nother idol crushed I There has been an exodus of Chinese from tho Palmer. Tho European population has incr...
  806. ...come P“ Lastly, David’s euiogium on the merits of Chinese as soldiers, and his sneer at “what is vulgarly c...
  807. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PRESERVES,; CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  808. ... enlarged picture of a crocodile dinner-pUte—by a Chinese artist, we presume ; the other is the real skelet...
  809. ...tly “ Do you know where I can get a pair of plain Chinese shoes for tht» first act ? I think the price woul...
  810. ... sleeper on tbe sleeper. There is one naturalized Chinese in Tumut. On giving a deposition the ether day, h...
  811. ...ll” was a gem. Mr. A. Massey accompanied. Sixteen Chinese travelling between Granite Creek and Cairns (Q ) ...
  812. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNEYS, INDIAN PEESEEYES,: CHINESE PEESBEVES, „ SILKS, „ MATTINGS, „ SPECIALITIES an...
  813. ...mporary, describing scenes to be witnessed in the Chinese camp at Hay. Although his reve- lations were (tho...
  814. ...ew days ago a party of gentlemen went through the Chinese camp at Hay. 't hough pre- pared to see vice and ...
  815. ... end of a building 150 feet long ; round them are Chinese and whites, shearers, bnllockies, talent from tow...
  816. ...too much like a Caucasian slur upon the virtue cf Chinese females. And, by the way, though Mr. Leston’s “ m...
  817. ...ttle imp in grey—Carl—is particularly good Then a Chinese oorrobbotoe is executed, and the curtain drops up...
  818. ...r. Harnett’s grounds, Mosman’s Bay; a fine night, Chinese lantornr, fair items, and special steamer. In aid...
  819. ...S, SPICES, TAPIOCAS, CHUTNETS, INDIAN PRESERVES,; CHINESE PRESERVES, „ SILKS. „ MATT INS 3, „ SPECIAL IDLES...
  820.  
  821. 1883
  822. ...ound of street- goat and milker’s calf, which the Chinese butcher sells under the desecrated name of beef a...
  823. ...n, it is worth considering whether the well-to-do Chinese and Mohammedans would not also be customers for A...
  824. ... son of a mechanic expend at one pop as much as a Chinese jeweller could earn at hard work for a week in hi...
  825. ...ere was a free fight on Christmas Day between the Chinese cooks and English vaiters. One of the latter got ...
  826. ... Horsham, is that ths c victim was killed by some Chinese, who cut off his s bead to prevent identification...
  827. ...nated with the coy dim lanterns made by childlike Chinese ; but tho rain came down on those pretty lanterns...
  828. ...life, yet elaborate descriptions were given of my Chinese cook and domestic servants, while I was charged w...
  829. ...stic servants, while I was charged with employing Chinese “in all my tin mines,” whereas I never was intere...
  830. ... Eves, who is a Spaniard, says Dunn called him a “Chinese bastard.” 91 ostriches have arrived from Capetown...
  831. ...olians had levanted, a Scotch storekeeper meets a Chinese ditto, dh!" r **Hullo, John,your countrymen clear...
  832. ...man-loguo," What a difference 3 “ ake amongst the Chinese oven! Tho race the Inv»Vf DE Chinamen belonged to...
  833. ...med in his early youth. It is said that among the Chinese no relics are more valuable than the boots that h...
  834. ...ous, " atheist” cry Did not avail j The baseless “Chinese labour” lie Was raised—to fail j No secret stab t...
  835. ...land of yellow-skinned Mongolians they chip off a Chinese sausige-maker’s head it he steals a puppy dog. We...
  836. ...he steady advance of N Q. settlement Five hundred Chinese in one bunch are to he imported to Q leonsland fo...
  837. ...ydney election, theLTBE cried ont “ Away with ihe Chinese." When a man, the other day, was asked if ho like...
  838. ...le are very green. Where is your Columbus now ? A Chinese coin 3000 yeais old has been dug up In Cassiar, B...
  839. ...ed hangings and fringes, kerosene chandeliers and Chinese lanterns, in suob profusion that every- thing app...
  840. ...e arable of the Good Samaritan, the case of these Chinese —members of a race against whom a bitter prejudic...
  841. ...y the same disfavour as is popularly felt for the Chinese in this colony. It was that fact which gave point...
  842. ...ort of supercilious contempt and injustice as the Chinese now undergo. The legend, “ Ho Irish need apply,” ...
  843. ...e one who could eme him. Dr, Tarrant. There was a Chinese funeral out at Huslem’s Creek the other day. A su...
  844. ...ed on the tomb in accordance with an immemo- rial Chinese custom, were gone. About three graves off he foun...
  845. ...rds, and her talary ia £50 per yard per wees. The Chinese celebrated their New Year last week, and proved t...
  846. ...rds tho Kendall Fund, tho major portion came from Chinese This is a fact which should bo duly noted by the ...
  847. ...tly stuck-up seven Chinamen. Then it took fifteen Chinese, a Scotch trooper, and an Irish selector to captu...
  848. ...to the grave Shocking immorality continues in the Chinese camp at Ntrandera under the cloak of sham marriag...
  849. ... was a gigantic failure Our old friend Chang, the Chinese giant is in London again. Ho is a “perfect gentle...
  850. ...he opinion of Judge Cansdell for stating that the Chinese oath—cutting off a cock’s head, or of blowing out...
  851. ...h—is a Yankee invention; no oath being taken in a Chinese court Wo are glad Judge Cansdell is ad authority ...
  852. ...udge Cansdell is ad authority on law—it it’s cnly Chinese law. When Gladstone reads a book, he marks with a...
  853. ... the Coffee Company might do would be to supply a Chinese interpreter for the benefit of visiters who only ...
  854. ... somebody. The celebration of the New Year in the Chinese camp at Narandera was, it is said, a sight worth ...
  855. ...oh IP. THE NEWSLETTER. More amill-pox. Five or ox Chinese out of the 136 to hand per Menmnir, are " down*,*...
  856. ...e Menmuirs small-pox patients are recovering. The Chinese patients have Buffered severely T. C. Mmaro, ship...
  857. ...sonment of a trade striker for protesting against Chinese seamen than to demand the arrest of a. democrat—w...
  858. ...e of Palmerston (N. T. ) object strongly to “ the Chinese Interpreter being allowed to take his sevt in the...
  859. ... penny fares to waverly shall have my suporl, the Chinese in flakes I will not import but will vote for a g...
  860. ... I), was not what she ought to be,”&o., Ac....... Chinese advertisement from a Gippsland paperCaul ion.—I, ...
  861. ...The Royal puller of pigtails— Sir Arthur Ewmedy’s Chinese servants’ pigtails—Prince George of Wales la like...
  862. ... French, German, and Russian, and progressing: in Chinese, an ox-editor of that crime de la crime ot Austra...
  863. ... question of shutting up parsons on the Sunday. A Chinese merchant writes to the Press saying our fishery l...
  864. ... fishery lows are barbarous, and years behind the Chinese law. He states that the size of mesh required in ...
  865. ...ey. There are eighty saints of Corean origin, ten Chinese saints, and nine of Cochin China. This leads to a...
  866. ...ticed nothing so significint as the murder of the Chinese doctor at Armidalo. That this should have occurre...
  867. ...hat he is on the whole opposed to tbe butchery of Chinese doctors, but that is mere quibbling, and, as Sir ...
  868. ... as the Herald would put it— but reaby Ah Young—a Chinese quack doc ter, who buried his victim* «t Arojidsl...
  869. ...h< ads We counted twenty thr e old men as bald as Chinese babies And, by tho way, we may as well state here...
  870. ...pted—of course. Nothing is said as to whether the Chinese subscribers ware Christians or not. It was of no ...
  871. ...d the eyes gouged out. Eight wore dead. • * • The Chinese are fitting out gunboats and trans- ports to conv...
  872. ...tory, now—Toe fin or Tew fife? At Cairns (Q.) the Chinese are making huge strides in sugar-planting. They n...
  873. ... which is longer at Cairns than in the South, 100 Chinese, with a white sugar boiler, and a white engi- nee...
  874. ...an from the pone *.» in Lower (leorge-street. Ton Chinese m easily—there is no concealment— r iU ™e o 9 ler...
  875. ...ible for the intro- duction to this colony of the Chinese gentleman who edits the “leading daily ?’* The ms...
  876. ...he Sydney trams through the holidays......Another Chinese eaten by the Barron River alligators Very poor lo...
  877. ...since the railway nail is the murder of the local Chinese doctor. Even the editor of the local Chronicle is...
  878. ...astle Bantborne." Hem I J" imy Young, the Amidale Chinese doctor, wat, it is clear, murdered for hie money....
  879. ...ank, to ask him to discharge from bis service his Chinese o 'ok—the idea being that if Mr. Stevenson retain...
  880. ...etained the Asiatic others would follow suit, and Chinese cooks would be general Mr. Stevenson said he had ...
  881. ... equally near Hongkong and Ana. trails very cheap Chinese labour ia obtainable Willia m Farthing, a Melbour...
  882. ...street, Wool- lahra on Friday morning A Tam worth Chinese cook mistook a pint of yeast sent out to make hot...
  883. ...bonrne, tow under committal for the murder of the Chinese doctor at Atmidale, stated to him that he (prison...
  884. ...e evidence ot arson for the insurance..,.A weekly Chinese newspaper, published by Americans, and edited by ...
  885. ...ewspaper, published by Americans, and edited by a Chinese, is now being run in New York. No type is nsed, b...
  886. ...night lu.it weex, tome- body cat the ropes on the Chinese claims at tuners. JoSm cleared out Patrick Hunt, ...
  887. ... go-ting bread from a European baker instead of a Chinese one, was met by the significant throat: “You no t...
  888. ...eans. But I was reckoning without my host. As the Chinese lady Buffers, I am told, when her feet-bindinga a...
  889. ...n the past he tried to hand Hong Kong over to tho Chinese. It con- tinues:—"Sir John Pope Hennessy has not ...
  890. ...Devils, Golden Rains, Star- lights, Blue Candles, Chinese Trees, Double Crackers, Flower Pots, Prince of Wa...
  891. ...s, 4s po* box. FIRE BALLOONS, 6s, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2...
  892. ... BALLOONS, 6s, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2s 6d and 3s 6d per ...
  893. ...ts in box, 2s 6d and 3s 6d per box Extra Superior CHINESE CRACKERS—40 packets in box, red packets, 6s per b...
  894. ...ackets in box, red packets, 6s per box. Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 packets in box 10 strings in packet,...
  895. ...box 10 strings in packet, 6s dtz. or 20s per box. CHINESE GUNS, extra superior, 40 gnus in packet, 6s per d...
  896. ... Manufacture. CASES ASSORTED FIREWORKS, INCLUDING CHINESE FIREWORKS, <£3 10s., £5, £7 10s., JBIG, JE15, £20...
  897. ...There is a paper published in New York called the Chinese American. We are somewhat surprised that a paper ...
  898. ... miners was held to protest against the influx of Chinese to the diggings. The chairman was especially eloq...
  899. ...e, as reported, that his son was apprenticed to a Chinese blacksmith at Upper Temora. Tho chairman admitted...
  900. ... chairman admitted that his son was working for a Chinese employer, whereupon an indescribable scone of upr...
  901. ...vidently this chairman considered tbit though the Chinese wore not good enough for him they were quite good...
  902. ...ot lowered in tho least by his association with a Chinese black- smith In fast, tho only person who has a r...
  903. ...0. Eusborne, the scoundrel who sent a boy for the Chinese doctor" at Atmldale, and then, when the wretched ...
  904. ... me?” and now they’re engaged, and she’s learning Chinese. Hsnry V. courtship was simple compared to this.....
  905. ... uus borne, who is to bo hanged for ihurdenng the Chinese doctor at Armidalo, doesn’t a >em to care. He sin...
  906. ...vils, Golden Eaine, Star. 1 lights, Blue Candles, Chinese Trees, Double Crackers, Flower Pete, Prince of Wa...
  907. ...s, 4s pe' box. FIRE BILLOONd, 6s, 12a, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2...
  908. ... BILLOONd, 6s, 12a, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2h 6d and 3a 6i per ...
  909. ...s in box, 2h 6d and 3a 6i per box. Extra Superior CHINESE CBACK EBB-40 packets in box. red packets, 6j per ...
  910. ...ackets in box. red packets, 6j per box. Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 packets in box 10 strings in packet,...
  911. ...ox 10 strings in packet, 6a dc z. or 20a per box. CHINESE GUNS, extra superior, 40 guns in packet, 6s per d...
  912. ...Devils, Golden Bains, Star- lights. Blue Candles, Chinese Trees, Double Crackers, Flower Pots, Prince of Wa...
  913. ....- 4s pe* box. FIRE BALLOONS, 6a, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2...
  914. ... BALLOONS, 6a, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2j 6d and 3a 61 per ...
  915. ...box, 2j 6d and 3a 61 per box . . . Extra Superior CHINESE CRACK BBS—40 packets in box. red packets, 63 per ...
  916. ...ackets in box. red packets, 63 per box. Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 packets in box 10 strings in packet,...
  917. ...box 10 strings in packet, 6s dcz. or 20s per box. CHINESE GUNS, extra anporior, 40 guns ia packet, 6s per d...
  918. ..., Starlights. CASES ASSORTED FIREWORKS, INCLUDING CHINESE FIREWORKS, £3 10s., £5, £7 10s., £10, £15, £20 Pe...
  919. ...f with a saruonio “good evening." The other day a Chinese lep°r appeared in the main street of May town, Pa...
  920. ...ally high-class speci- mens of the best school of Chinese art. And hero we might remark that Mr. Barnet sho...
  921. ...ay in gaol five years ; George who chopped up the Chinese doctor at Armidale, is to be hanged. The Victoria...
  922. ... Euahborne, who is to be hanged for murdering the Chinese doctor at Armidale, appears to have been an arran...
  923. ...price of a six-foot grave. There was another anti-Chinese meeting on the Wild River (N.Q.), the other night...
  924. ...erton to oo operate with us to keep the influx of Chinese out of the district,” Mr. Gwynne, surveyor, moved...
  925. ...e they were cheap. He (Mr. Gwynne) had employed a Chinese, a Kanaka, and six Europeans. The Kanaka was the ...
  926. ...aHled on the miners to help them in expelling the Chinese, were actually employing Mongolians to clear thei...
  927. ...thorities protest against the ex- cessive tide of Chinese immigration from America Fagan, Pboen x Park assa...
  928. ...cile, Golden Rains, Star- i lights, Blue Candles, Chinese Trees, Double Crackers, | Flower Pots, Priroe of ...
  929. ...s. 4s pe* box. FIRE BALLOONo, 6s, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2...
  930. ... BALLOONo, 6s, 12s, per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2] 6d and 3s 61 per ...
  931. ...s in box, 2] 6d and 3s 61 per box. Extra Superior CHINESE CRACKERS— 40 packets in box, red packets, 6) per ...
  932. ...ackets in box, red packets, 6) per box. Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 packets in box 10 strings in packet,...
  933. ...ox 10 strings in packet, 6s dc z. or 20s per box. CHINESE GUNS, extra superior, 40 guns in packet, 6s per d...
  934. ... Manufacture. CASES ASSORTED FIREWORKS, INCLUDING CHINESE FIBEWORKSL £3 lOb., £5, £7 10s., £lO, £l5, £2O Fe...
  935. ...nd • Lot na bray; Tbe hangman says the end of the Chinese doctor’s butcher is only a question of tie-him. S...
  936. ...adulasti is nearly as easy as that of balancing a Chinese insolvent's books. Not long ago the Mayor of the ...
  937. ...en it transpired that he had brought a retinue of Chinese servants with him from Hong- kong. The Chinese fe...
  938. ...of Chinese servants with him from Hong- kong. The Chinese fever, which like the inter- mittent fever of the...
  939. ...as been stopped on the station, all hands and the Chinese cook being now exclusively engaged in operating o...
  940. ...that the Teu- ton was beaten at his own game....A Chinese laundryman in Cohoes (N.Y.) offers, it is said, t...
  941. ...e Devils, Golden Rains, Starlights, Blue Caudles, Chinese Trees, Double Crackers, Flower Pots, Prince of Wa...
  942. ...ss, 4s per box. FIRE BALLOONS, 6s, 12s per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2...
  943. ...E BALLOONS, 6s, 12s per dozen. Chinese Fireworks. CHINESE CRACKERS, 40 packets in box, 2s Gd and 3s 6d per ...
  944. ...s in box, 2s Gd and 3s 6d per box. Extka Superior CHINESE CRACKERS —4O packets in box, red packets, 6s per ...
  945. ...ackets in box, red packets, 6s per box. Tom Thumb Chinese Crackers, 40 packets in box 10 strings in packet,...
  946. ...box 10 strings in packet, 6s doz. or 20s per box. CHINESE GUNS, extra superior, 40 guns in packet, 6s per d...
  947. ... MANUFACTURE. Cases Assorted Fireworks, INCLUDING CHINESE FIREWORKS, £3 10s., £5, £7 10s., £lO, £l5, £2O Pe...
  948. ...ts lowest £5OOO, and for its highest £17,000. The Chinese authorities resolutely oppose the introduction of...
  949. ... of Rus- bourne, the murderer of Jimmy Young, the Chinese doctor, was quite a gay affair in its way. Howard...
  950. ...ounds were also made attractive by the display of Chinese lanterns, whilst now and anon a blue or red light...
  951. ...or vagrancy —The convict hanged for murdering the Chinese "doctor” at Armidale is believed to have been in ...
  952. ...ortherners threatened to boycott a bank a which a Chinese cook was employed, the manage coolly remarked tha...
  953. ...esent time the most popu- lar—or the ouly popular—Chinese in New South Wales. As a matter of fact, however,...
  954. ... occurred, and Quong Taxi; entertained a party of Chinese to a water excursion, introducing them to the cha...
  955. ...the western barbarian, and leading them into wild Chinese versions of hip-hip-hooray, and “ God Save the Qu...
  956. ...p in the ear to conceal his emotion.” A couple of Chinese firms write jointly to the Riverine Star with ref...
  957. ... Messrs. Swallow have 850 acres, and the Hop Wah (Chinese) Co. 31 to acres of sugar-cane to crush this year...
  958. ...ing. The most important sign of civilization is a Chinese cabbage garden; but, as a set-off, there are two ...
  959. ... his, or a member or connection of his family.” A Chinese named Ah Kett was murdered in Melbourne the other...
  960. ...When alive, Ah Kett kept an assignation- house. A Chinese gentleman and a European lady are in custody on s...
  961. ...umplings Civilisation is spreading fast. A Sydney Chinese insolvent has just “shoved,” leaving a select cir...
  962. ... standard edition of “Kent's Comtnentai'ios.” The Chinese Ambassador at Washington is a married man. His wi...
  963. ...them round on a rail amidst a gorgeous display of Chinese eighteen-ponny-a- packet crackers. ..“H.T.M.”: We...
  964. ...hai. France announces she will give no quarter to Chinese troops aiding the Annamese. Chinese navy at prese...
  965. ...no quarter to Chinese troops aiding the Annamese. Chinese navy at present consists of two frigates, one cor...
  966. ...etting. That Is to say, bis master did —Ah Jew, a Chinese prisoner, got twelve lashes at Port Darwin the ot...
  967. ...mony mines, Kempsey district. Death immediate.... Chinese rioting at Port Darwin. Local gaol, with accommod...
  968. ...iddle-height, and dis- tinctly shorter than their Chinese neighbours. Their complexion is darkerthan the Ch...
  969. ...se neighbours. Their complexion is darkerthan the Chinese; they have thiok skins, low foreheads, fiat skull...
  970. .... He knows the use I want him to make of it.” The Chinese are still laggards, and slow to adopt Christian p...
  971. ...aggards, and slow to adopt Christian practices. A Chinese merchant went bankrupt in Shanghai. His creditors...
  972. ...nt in N.Z.... The takings of On Lee, the Sydney “ Chinese doctor," atTemora, in one day, amounted to 80 gui...
  973. ...charge of that station used to dispense among the Chinese who comprised the bulk of the population a rude a...
  974. ...im binds his eyes with a hand- kerchief. Then the Chinese cook comes in and kisses him, and disappears. The...
  975. ...y all the Europeans and by most of the native and Chinese residents of Elopura. The body will be exhumed fo...
  976. ... dainty English dandy yachtsmen, mahogany-looking Chinese, tted Indian canoers, and sturdy blonds from Norw...
  977. ...t rods, weighing half a pound; and there is weird Chinese gear, use i when the world was young, and formed ...
  978. ...e. When is the idiotic tomfoolery of swearing the Chinese witness by blowing out a luclfer match or choppin...
  979. ...Queensland gaols should be turned into Coolie and Chinese boarding-houses. He sug- gests a tax on sugar in ...
  980. ... him, he asked: “Who is that “There are only four Chinese on the Coen diggings, N.Q., who are living in con...
  981. ...pectable" solicitor is wanted at Port Darwin. The Chinese up there have about seven thousand cases they wan...
  982. ...uth, has introduced a bill to exclude Coolies and Chinese from the gold and tin mines. This is merely an el...
  983. ...patch.” Rum-drinkin'< includes all other evils 18 Chinese, who left Cooktown for Hongkong the other day, to...
  984. ... who goes to Casino as P.M.: figure 100 sovs. The Chinese of Armidale district also made up a purse for him...
  985. ...om, Pitt- streot. The piece de resistance was 250 Chinese converts, who sanor hymns in their native tongue,...
  986. ...eir Sand- hurst (Vic.) countrymen, the Queensland Chinese are desirous of being naturalised. But there is a...
  987. ... The Christian Deity, the Jewish Jehovah, and the Chinese Joss, get exactly the same amount of support from...
  988. ...used a very large room, brightened with flags and Chinese lanterns, white lace curtains round the doors, an...
  989. ... July in Taraworth some holy Itoraans decorated a Chinese vegetable hawker with green ribbons. Then he met ...
  990. ... In S. Australia, Mr. Dash wood, when defending a Chinese, alluded to the absurdity of cautioning in Englis...
  991. ...or some equally suggestive phrase translated into Chinese, and keeping the “bobbies” on “stirabout” and “so...
  992. ...per, “The a hole of the native and nearly all the Chinese prisoners requested leave of the Deputy Sheriff t...
  993. ...e third. A Forbes squatter had a dispute with his Chinese gardener os to the amount ef wages duo to the lat...
  994. ...e tomahawk, choked him. “Then,” says Dan—mark the Chinese coolness—“ I opened his eyes to see if he was dea...
  995. ...eople possess to the stupid superstitions of the ■Chinese and aborigines in their midst. Acertain well-know...
  996. ...ngland has fought against Russia, the Sepoys, the Chinese, the Maoris, the Zulus, tne Boers, the Abyssinian...
  997. ...nce against Russia, Austria, Mexico, Germany, the Chinese. New Caledonians, Malagasy, Tonquinese, etc.: Rus...
  998. ...Lang did the like, and, further, used to term the Chinese the Chln-eese. Such trivial eccentricities, like ...
  999. ... swarthy Jewish man. Ris- ing from his knees, the Chinese would say, “Alas! He is not almond-eyed;” the New...
  1000. ...g the drilling of a squad of recruits. There is a Chinese stye atNaraudera, where betAveen throe and four h...
  1001. ...ng a Queens- land port and carrying more than one Chinese for every ton tons of tonnage is liable to a heav...
  1002. ...nd the captain Avas mulct. It Avas urged that the Chinese were passengers for Sydney and Mel- bourne, and h...
  1003. ...re apparent if wo consider that if a ship-load of Chinese proceeding to anyAvhero happen to be driA r en in...
  1004. ...and wit is something like Talleyrand’s. . . . 109 Chinese Avere landed from the Whampoa, and the “ brawny s...
  1005. ...It was already known and zealously guarded by the Chinese. Just as they knew of printing, gunpowder, and th...
  1006. ... River pirates were the terror of the country—the Chinese suzerainty held in contempt ; how the people woul...
  1007. ... waxed and flowers in their button- holes. . .The Chinese are coming to the front, and proving their aptitu...
  1008. ...t of the Pallas-plcking raven, was “shut up.” The Chinese have a custom which consists in driving out the d...
  1009. ... go to—well, it doesn’t matter. How rapidly these Chinese adopt civilised habits ! Plant a Chinaman down in...
  1010. ...or putative progenitors. John Chinaman. There aro Chinese in Victoria. They live as Chinamen only can live—...
  1011. ...-respondent in a divorce suit. But it is not with Chinese in the aggregate we have now to deal. Our busines...
  1012. ...uperiority of Australian legislation. A Victorian Chinese lost his way in the bush, and crossed the Murray ...
  1013. ...rong side of the river. . . . Some years ago, the Chinese authorities concluded that the sale of opium was ...
  1014. ... men were battening on the cursed trade. Then the Chinese Government said: “No more of this; no more of the...
  1015. ... her was an instrument like the altar- piece of a Chinese joss-house. It was some time before we discovered...
  1016. ...e popular with the larrikins.... Ho Ying, a young Chinese, is about to be appointed head- teacher of a coun...
  1017. ... ” patriotism It was during fhe finae of the anti-Chinese agitation that the folloylfto- little episode occ...
  1018. ...uppose, Pat, you aye in favour of poll-taxing all Chinese who pome here T* Pat (emphatically): “NotI, begor...
  1019. ...und the punchers like Never Never niggers round a Chinese hawker’s camp. The excavations (for the laying do...
  1020. ...ut and put in the grave. Some time ago, Ah Sue, a Chinese inter- preter in Queensland, petitioned the Gover...
  1021. ... halfpenny per ft., to the infinite delight of he Chinese A Coolie was sentenced to a month’s lard labour u...
  1022. ... lovely. The balcony was Closed in, and hung with Chinese lanterns. Lady Augustus Loftus looked stately and...
  1023. ...pon him and Favouritism marked him for her oavii. Chinese Goi’don was dis- tributing conical shell among th...
  1024. ...ss necessary art of hoxv to fight and to run, the Chinese Empix-o became his oyster. The Tacpings were put ...
  1025. ...dvise his Government that how despicable soever a Chinese coluxnn may be xvhen led by a Mandarin of three b...
  1026. ...ed the Coort. Two hundred and thirty-six boxes of Chinese bones, rame into the harbour lately. They were co...
  1027. ...he real character of bank reserve funds. Ballarat Chinese, intending to take up Queensland sugar lands, get...
  1028. ...urgeon in China, completely mashes this view. The Chinese smokers, who have the doctor’s hospitality forced...
  1029. ...Charters Towers, for some comments on a series of Chinese letters lately appearing In the Towers Herald. “ ...
  1030. ...apped his hands and asked for more... Coolies and Chinese are even In worse odour away North than they are ...
  1031. ... about in a wig. The missus reads the papers. The Chinese burnt the devil the other day at Ballarat. He is ...
  1032. ...n mourning'. But they have curious notions, these Chinese. They light tires annually tor the purpose of kee...
  1033. ... plished kettle-drum player (Savage-Club Student, Chinese-Gong Medallist, First-class Prizeman in Strepitib...
  1034. ...ion of Chinamen, Mr. Wong Chin Foo, editor of the Chinese-Ameri- cav, a journal published weekly in the cel...
  1035. ...Kearney in a public de- bate on comparison of the Chinese nation against the Irish—their morals, history, a...
  1036. ...ced comment might seem fairly natural, hit upon a Chinese gen- tleman as his Citizen of the World. Swift re...
  1037. ...to a Wiiter of tho Signet in Perth (Sc.) Whin Ihe Chinese plenipotentiaries presented themselves at Washing...
  1038. ...fairly distanced. It now appears that a forgotten Chinese artist, long befote the Cru- saders swarmed into ...
  1039. ...they don’t support him he’ll “shut up shop.” More Chinese have, there is every reason to believe, been eate...
  1040. ...t for hours everyday. Company Avon... At a recent Chinese Civil service examination, several hired substitu...
  1041. ... the “Ting Yuen,” or “Everlasting Peace,” for the Chinese, and armed it with four monster Krupps. Things we...
  1042. ...vels of the future. In Bathurst, the other day, a Chinese cabbage-peddler left his wares on the footpatn, w...
  1043. ...cle of the goats at his baskets, uttered seA'erai Chinese cx- clan ations (doubtless f 11 unfit for pub- li...
  1044. ...la- berty’eand their “malignant” clansmen. When a Chinese legislator leaves his native city to give an acco...
  1045. ...illustrates Due with the Japs,” the figures ftrfe Chinese ; that three Japanese women sitting round a hibac...
  1046. ...his is almost up to the prescribing of the N.S.W. Chinese doctor who choked his patient to death by trying ...
  1047. ... she dares to be, in dress. There is no soft bun- chinese about her; she Is stiff and trim in her shell hat...
  1048. ...s goings-on were not enough To quite demoralize a Chinese tea-ship, They might, to fill his China plate wit...
  1049. ... of Long Nose Point, Balmain, • The editor of the Chinese newspaper which is regularly published In New Yor...
  1050. ...terest- ing.to learn that the Marquis T’Seng, the Chinese a ™_oas»adlor who is fencing so cleverly with Fra...
  1051. ...s to the Quarantine Ground. These are a couple of Chinese lepers from Armldale. As the eloquent Bradley say...
  1052. ... all a matter of taste. Our taste inclines to the Chinese fashion. There is no limit to American audacity. ...
  1053. ...nny, if we know anything of fun. An observant old Chinese pagan was released from the Mudgee gaol a short t...
  1054. ...out as intelligible as the hieroglyphics upon the Chinese tea-chests, and jpi idea seems to be spread- ing ...
  1055. ... spelt wrong, and to trace the influence of the “ Chinese Doctor ” in the leading columns, which deal in th...
  1056. ...air, Sir Harry was a prisoner in the hands of the Chinese, taken while on a peaceful errand under a flag of...
  1057. ...ake of his own life, to make any bargain with the Chinese or to promise his influence to get them any etter...
  1058. ...any etter terms. From the time of the capture the Chinese knew his value as the chief Interpreter with the ...
  1059. ...hern hemi- sphere. That comes from his liking for Chinese. Nowhere outside of China would anyone suppose th...
  1060. ... Mr. QuongTart are to report to Government on the Chinese encampments of the colony, with a view to legisla...
  1061. ... countryman in heaven. The hanging of Ah Poo, the Chinese murderer, over in Adelaide, will be equally good ...
  1062. ...d him for £3O. But that very night, the childlike Chinese, fearing his master’s return, and feeling the pan...
  1063. ...zation still spreads. John Duan (not Don Juan), a Chinese, has just been divorced from his wife, up North.....
  1064. ...es till after mid- night. The oool fresh air, gay Chinese lanterns, and the sweet romance engendered in you...
  1065. ...since we hear of him subse- quently buttering the Chinese Viceroy, LI Hung Chang, at a banquet which the la...
  1066. ...eated a C. M.G. It’s less than ten years ago that Chinese Gordon wrote of Chinese troops “ However good the...
  1067. ...s than ten years ago that Chinese Gordon wrote of Chinese troops “ However good their arras, they won’t tak...
  1068. ... “ Long-handled Shovel ”), and the bar- maid of a Chinese public-house, called “ Big Sarah.” As the “bar” w...
  1069. ...alise his position”) made a running commentary in Chinese on the evidence, intermixed with such society exp...
  1070. ...is recreant to the traditions of his race. At the Chinese camp, Maryborough, Vic., resides Mrs. Wi Fook, a ...
  1071. .... For people who old India, and who battered down Chinese towns in order to make Celestials smoke Indian op...
  1072. ...t got any deeper into practical politics than the Chinese. When a representative of the people makes himsel...
  1073. ...ressed with the idea of going in for the study of Chinese and the Thibetlan dialects, with the ulterior des...
  1074. ...ium-smokers. A report and two petitions—all about Chinese and opium. The report comes from the Britisu Medi...
  1075. ...e of the Hongkong gaol— the petition, from Sydney Chinese. The present Colonial Surgeon at Hongkong complet...
  1076. ... owing to this narcotically-induced laziness, the Chinese gamble, loaf, annex peripatetic chickens, live in...
  1077. ...of all. It Is a petition from the New South Wales Chinese who use opium, and who resent the action of the p...
  1078. ...f the opium supply would entice a better c ass of Chinese to N.S.W. is purely visionary. It would rather ha...
  1079. ...nue in order to have their petition answered. The Chinese are ahead of us in this matter. They also pray fo...
  1080. ...e eyeballs of our enemies in Gehenna go bung like Chinese crackers. Mellefont, of the Queensland Leader, in...
  1081. ...Redpath, Chamberlain, Professor Blackie, Colonel “Chinese” Gordon, Wallace, and others who have advocated l...
  1082. ... at Haiphong made a sortee on the 9th, killing 50 Chinese. LARKS WITH SHARKS. WAITING. A NIBBLE I BROKE!   ...
  1083. ...khampton people were ferociously indignant when a Chinese patient was sent from Blackall to Dunwich, via Ro...
  1084. ...e Echo’s “ Table-Talkist ” curtly de- scribes the Chinese nation as composedof 200,000,000 of stultified cr...
  1085. ...ocratic secti >n of the British community and the Chinese. Matters with which it is intended that the propo...
  1086. ...ench force in Tonquin to be reinforced by 12,000; Chinese admiral at Canton enjoins foreigners to observe s...
  1087. ...bserve strict neutrality in the event of a Franco-Chinese war The Parnell fund was announced to close on th...
  1088. ... iot 1'ulace. This is a curious story. There is a Chinese Camp at Maryborough, Vic. Well, It has lost one o...
  1089. ... iron stock fixed around his nook, like the rings Chinese fishermen fasten around the necks of cormorants t...
  1090. ...Mick sweep the flure with the taycher.” Until the Chinese method of dealing with parents is introduced into...
  1091. ...om this date our books will be closed against all Chinese, except for cash.” That’s one for you, John. No s...
  1092. ...ther shower of fire and brimstone. That religious Chinese had a level head when he insinuated that the Fitz...
  1093. ...or £10, in spite of his assertion that it was the Chinese method in similiar cases. This is why there are n...
  1094. ... to this burning question. We prefer peace with a Chinese groveller, to an eternal tempest with a lady help...
  1095.  
  1096. 1884
  1097. ...vernment Interpreter (Vic.), protests against all Chinese being put down in the census-returns as pagans. A...
  1098. ...ment has been gall and wormword to Sam Cook 1 The Chinese service is getting gradually stuffed with Britons...
  1099. ....Q.),' graduate of Oxford, accomplished linguist (Chinese, Maori. Modern Greek, etc ), an all-round good fe...
  1100. ...ter one.. It is said that the Marquess Tseng is a Chinese ex-Jesuit, who, after having received instruction...
  1101. ...g some claims put forward on behalf of having the Chinese entered up as believers in God, the Akgds implies...
  1102. ... genus, etc , simply amounts to this—that, if the Chinese had a couple of millions of disciplined cut-throa...
  1103. ...t would reveal facts beside which the morality of Chinese camps would appear positively cheering. It seems ...
  1104. ...gh census. In one camp, that at Narandera, of 303 Chinese resident at the time, 14 described themselves as ...
  1105. ...he alcohol craving, it may De doubted whether the Chinese camp women are not in this respect more tolerable...
  1106. ...the Legis- lature shall take measures to suppress Chinese gambling. When one contrasts the injury done to t...
  1107. ...alence of European forms of gambling with that of Chinese games of chance, it cannot but appear a sort of i...
  1108. ...ocrites when an urgent invitation to suppress the Chinese vices is pressed, al- though our own vices, so tr...
  1109. ... Brennan bears to the generous disposition of the Chinese people, as illus- trated even by the dregs of the...
  1110. ... the very men who make money by importing it— the Chinese merchants, so much vilified of late in consequenc...
  1111. ...ch be indeed the ease, and the professions of the Chinese dealers be genuine, it is a heighth of magnanimit...
  1112. ... We learn from Mr. Brennan’s report that, in that Chinese Alsatia, the camp at Narrand era, the deni- Eens ...
  1113. ...th their consciences by a remarkable sacrifice to Chinese ortho- doxy. Just as Woolloomooloo contains, with...
  1114. ...rog seller in the neighbourhood. The trap was the Chinese cook to the station. This guileless Confucian obt...
  1115. ...ed for May —An Albury pedagogue ref used to let a Chinese boy into his school because he wore his hair in a...
  1116. ...rom the Overland China Mail we cull the following Chinese note “ There are not many really noble acts which...
  1117. ...t many really noble acts which can be recorded of Chinese Emperors ; but the Han Emperor is an exception. W...
  1118. ...is an exception. When raised to the throne by the Chinese Warwick, he was invited to select an Empress, and...
  1119. ...ntial, surely a good word might be put in for the Chinese, Hindoos, and others we kaowof? Put it on the “fr...
  1120. ...on it. However, r< tv- nimB a nos moutons (as the Chinese say), this affair has, we understand, caused a fe...
  1121. ...evlyn Hayter, whose habit it, has been to run the Chinese of Victoria under the heading of Pagans, is the r...
  1122. ...reter, translates a lot of what may be called tho Chinese book of common prayer into in- different English ...
  1123. ...Hayter, if the fact be as represented, to put the Chinese into their proper place. Students like to see at ...
  1124. ...he figures can be relied on. For instance, if the Chinese be totted up along with believers, it will be man...
  1125. ...n party was held at Saddleback, to open tlm year. Chinese lanterns illuminated tbo boautiful lawn, good mus...
  1126. ...manuel’s remains deposited in the Pantheon, Rome. Chinese Gordon, at request of Leopold of Belgium, ®<»nley...
  1127. ...lly moral place tbat! One thing you never find in Chinese literature—a proverb or an ordinance against stor...
  1128. ...\ ork in the Spring, as he intends to take in the Chinese Empire and Turkestan in liis travels,a lively tim...
  1129. ... their cabbages on a sirocco- blowing Sunday some Chinese at Blayney were fined. “ Me no breakee Shunday. M...
  1130. ... lot. Wah L >ong, of Nar- ramiera, is a converted Chinese, and, being anx>ous to secure a front seat in the...
  1131. ...d to be a victim to “ mistaken identity," and the Chinese interpreter, Mr. Hodges (who certainly ought to b...
  1132. ...nity. PLAIN ENGLISH. Two “Medioal Gentlemen.” The Chinese are ingenious in everything—even in their punishm...
  1133. ...om sending out big ships and big guns to make the Chinese cat opium, nor did it keep her sainted grandfathe...
  1134. ...ng if the next house is to be lot, or by thirteen Chinese hawkers and twiive sewing-machine men we may excu...
  1135. ...esleyan Conference, Mr. E. Youngman was appointed Chinese missionary for the whole of Australia. An ambitio...
  1136. ...re are more things in heaven and earth,” &c. Inrc Chinese Gordon, tho D.T. says that “He undertook his cele...
  1137. ...and before his mission was half completed, as his Chinese experience showed him to be a man that never did ...
  1138. ...iery explosion in Den-Ver, Norfolk. 57 killed- — “Chinese” Gordon, Governor of the Soudan... Hon. J. G. Fra...
  1139. ...- hibition of bravery and presence of mind by the Chinese cook, who throw himself into the water with a bow...
  1140. ...ar its whine, Your duty do, please, And help some Chinese— A vendor of teas— With a “line.” Father Tom Barr...
  1141. ...mes home after the vacation General Mesny, of the Chinese Army, who is now looking after Celestial interest...
  1142. ...n Anam, is a native of Jersey. He has been in the Chinese service since 1863. He speaks Chinese with perfec...
  1143. ...been in the Chinese service since 1863. He speaks Chinese with perfect fluency. This paragraph will be inte...
  1144. ...users and vest, white shirt and brass studs, with Chinese characters on them, white underflannel, cotton so...
  1145. ...E MOORE & J. C. WILLIAMSON, in STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices of Admission : DRESS CIRCLE, 65....
  1146. ...he Williamsons chip in with “Struck Oil” and the “Chinese Question.” We shall be there : we can’t help it. ...
  1147. ...ility is concerned, with the heirogiyphics on the Chinese tea-chests. The other day, a “ re- spected reside...
  1148. ...oms, which arc effectively decorated in the Anglo-Chinese style of art. • • • As the carriages rolled up to...
  1149. ...ignoring the rights of Indian princes, or seizing Chinese territory as part indemnity for the expenses of a...
  1150. ...f the French man- of-war, Lutin, and one from the Chinese gun vessel, Chen-to. Jean Crapaud won by several ...
  1151. ...GGIE MOORE & J. C. WILLIAMSON, STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices of Admission: DRESS CIRCLE, 55.;...
  1152. .... During last November a certaiu (a rank ir i the Chinese army corresponding to that of sergef m t in our s...
  1153. ...th a symmetrical—young man. At last the story of “Chinese Gordon” has been given to the world, and as told ...
  1154. ...of the rank of Mandarin and taking command of the Chinese forces; but, having made up hL mind that “anyone ...
  1155. ...f the material placed at Gordon's disposal by the Chinese lot. perial Government. When his arduous work wag...
  1156. ...E MOORE & J. C. WILLIAMSON, in STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices of Admission : DRESS CIRCLE, 55....
  1157. ...ich he made regarding the treatment of Indian and Chinese immigrants led to the appointment of a Royal Comm...
  1158. ...E MOORE & J. C. WILLIAMSON, in STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices of Admission : DRESS CIRCLE, 55....
  1159. ...e or chair while she is on the other. ♦ '•* The “ Chinese Question,” a piece of laugh- able absurdity, give...
  1160. ...ses, &c.; and on the Persian, which was hung with Chinese lanterns, the scene of glimmering lights reflecte...
  1161. ...band strike up the lugubrious dirge, ‘‘Wholesale “CHINESE” GORDON. plunder of the rich for the benefit of t...
  1162. ...stralian Colony may be sent, it more convenient. "Chinese” Cordon. Than “ Chinese ” Gordon, C. 8., and ex-M...
  1163. ...ent, it more convenient. "Chinese” Cordon. Than “ Chinese ” Gordon, C. 8., and ex-Major- General of H.B.M. ...
  1164. ...ent, that General Staveley, at the request of the Chinese Imperial authorities, selected Gordon to command ...
  1165. ...r, he had first to resign his commissionlll That “Chinese” Gor- don will do the work he has set himself to ...
  1166. ... account of their opposition to Palmerston re the Chinese war; but, in the following year, Gib- son (who ha...
  1167. ...n mentioning that he is about to give a lesson in Chinese, draws from a sceptical young friend the remark “...
  1168. ...ical young friend the remark “Do you ; understand Chinese, then?” “That’s not the | point, young man,” says...
  1169. ...he Army Medical Department about to be published “Chinese” Gordon reigned his commission in Her Majesty’s S...
  1170. ... of it. Strange how travel improves the mind. The Chinese in Hong Kong consider it a matter of complaint th...
  1171. ...What in the name of the bald-headed Mother of the Chinese Empire does Alfred’s “special correspondent,” who...
  1172. ...s about the Past Sydney election. F. Jones gave a Chinese patter- song, and his attire was a grand make-up;...
  1173. ...turned out. Soo Hoo preached a powerful sermon in Chinese, from the text “Abraham begat Isaac,” which was l...
  1174. ...me. The Rev. E. Price, we are told, “informed the Chinese that members of all the churches had sympathised ...
  1175. ...t three festive huro- pi ais recently visited the Chinese garden at Go. up—wherever that may be—on a melon-...
  1176. ...and cattle were rolling fat on the hillsides; the Chinese camp was in full swing with its opium dens, gambl...
  1177. ...sies with any person who happened round, from the Chinese fossicker to the looal member for the mining boar...
  1178. ... did duty as main street from the township to the Chinese camp, with a chunk of quartz for a pillow, whilst...
  1179. ...r with Confucian sentiment. Hero are a few funks (Chinese junks) thereof:—“Your own Confucius, my Chinese f...
  1180. ... (Chinese junks) thereof:—“Your own Confucius, my Chinese friends, was the ‘Great Master.of Knowledge.’ ‘II...
  1181. ...fterwards got a commission in the 9th Lancers.... Chinese Gordon is said to have paid “CHINESE” GORDON. sev...
  1182. ... Lancers.... Chinese Gordon is said to have paid “CHINESE” GORDON. several visiis to Few some years ago, an...
  1183. ...lady permission to be attended twice a month by a Chinese doctor who is in goal for stealing a horse. He mu...
  1184. ...l for stealing a horse. He must have been a silly Chinese doctor. If we had a lady so “shook” on our skill ...
  1185. ...n, as Oliver Goldsmith concocted his article on “ Chinese Metaphysics ” out of the articles on “China” and ...
  1186. ...ken Bacninh with slight loss. The Black Flags and Chinese in full retreat.... Graham ordered not to march o...
  1187. ... about New Orleans... Before going to the Soudan, Chinese Gordon left with Prebendary Barnes tho MS. of an ...
  1188. ...y referred to a yarn to the effect that General “ Chinese ” Gordon once paid several visits to the Kew Gard...
  1189. ... butcher. We’re having just a little too much of “Chinese” Gordon, lately—he’s following in the footsteps o...
  1190. ...erwards.’’ If this sweet tale had not been about “Chinese” Gordon we shouldn’t have believed it. Another li...
  1191. ...spondent says idiotically that Hake’s book about “Chinese ” Gordon “ has had no small share in the selectio...
  1192. ...dow with a Grecian bend two sizes two big for the Chinese giantess. She looked so fascinating, in fact, tha...
  1193. ...sp tor hours on every- thing from a gridiron to a Chinese fiddle, then touch ever so lightly a note on the ...
  1194. ...it proves him to be a gentleman of MARQUIS TSENG, CHINESE AMBASSADOR TO FRANCK remarkably attractive appear...
  1195. ...t table. The entire receipts to the credit of the Chinese Mission in Victoria, for the month of February, w...
  1196. ... Bd. The few vegetables that can be go t from the Chinese are six times as high as in the cities. As for fr...
  1197. ...good voice to sell fish, or to drink beer with in Chinese. We once heard of a woman who lost an excellent s...
  1198. ...l privileges of either barrister or attorney. The Chinese have many customs well worthy of imitation by nat...
  1199. ...nder, he is simply kicked out of office; with the Chinese, he would in all likelihood be publicly degraded,...
  1200. ...nt about every “mimberav the force.”—Rang Chee, a Chinese Mandarin, has been doing New South Wales, gatheri...
  1201. ...s. Let’s kill somebody.” ' The Two Misers. AN OLD CHINESE YARN. In Mie province of Qwangtung, lived two old...
  1202. ... announces by advertise- ment that Mrs. WhavFook, Chinese giantess weigh- C awnSrtestifies to Grace in Melb...
  1203. ...ston and a jury. Result, three years. A story of “Chinese” Gordon was told recently by an old Artillery pen...
  1204. ...rs from the principal maintenance men and leading Chinese gardeners apologising for their absence, and bear...
  1205. ... secured a real prize in Mrs. Whay Fook, from the Chinese camp at Maryborough. Mrs. Fook, in fact, represen...
  1206. ...onditions required of him. Apropos of the Frau co-Chinese difficulty, Chinese troops have in the past shown...
  1207. ...f him. Apropos of the Frau co-Chinese difficulty, Chinese troops have in the past shown a slow, but most de...
  1208. ... the ball- room and made splendid substitutes for Chinese lanterns. i Thus spake Father Pat in his churoh d...
  1209. ...bout as scarce up there as scented soap is in the Chinese quarter at Narrandera, for the following notioe i...
  1210. ... a registered letter, and are then roused up by a Chinese hawker, but to be woke up in the middle of a snoo...
  1211. ...en yeirs his life was as adventurous as that of “ Chinese ” Gordon. Most of the time he carried it in his h...
  1212. ...sits of inspection to the dens of the lower-class Chinese:—“ There are plenty ways of obtaining whatever in...
  1213. ...poor heathen, says ho wishes he could “build up a Chinese wall round the whole of New Guinea, to save the e...
  1214. ...mentation of the bereaved and the antics of Kit’s Chinese servant. Three yeais later on the Egertons are at...
  1215. ... 1 whatever they see. Our landlady once engaged a Chinese cook, and set about teaching him to make a cake. ...
  1216. ... were driven away by miraculous balls of fire and Chinese crackers that sprang out of the ground at their f...
  1217. ...ralia. THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN NOSE. A CHAPTER OF CHINESE HISTORY. After a long and dissolute reign, Kang C...
  1218. ... the Emperor’s own hand, in the approved style of Chinese instrument-makers, viz.—in with your gimlet in th...
  1219. ... Roman nose, which at that time distinguished the Chinese race. The stranger then, with a few mystic words ...
  1220. ... The Salvation Army in Melbourne are organizing a Chinese camp brigade. We suppose by this time Bt. Peter i...
  1221. ...eter is going round among the angels with an anti-Chinese petition. Anyhow, if this sort of promiscuous pro...
  1222. ...n’t as old as the grey-headed grand-mother of the Chinese empire ? Of course we believe in High Schools, an...
  1223. ...ndance. HY. WILLMORE, Proprietor.   The Shun Pao (Chinese journal published at Shanghai) thus reports the b...
  1224. ... considerably from that given by the French)“ The Chinese General Lau, had previously prepared mines, con- ...
  1225. ...campment On the arrival uf the French troops, the Chinese, feigning defeat, retired, surrendering three of ...
  1226. ...rench, who at once took possession. Thereupon the Chinese fired their rockets into the mines, which at once...
  1227. ...lown to atoms, (literal ’ killed and cooked.) The Chinese troops who w placed in ambush, at once rushed out...
  1228. ...the plain and the blood flnwPfl in rivpr . Of the Chinese soldiers oyer a t’ oouslnd were sllfn! The follow...
  1229. ...Mrs. Tilton in a knee-o-platonic way ? A book, by Chinese Gordon, is published in London by this time. It w...
  1230. ... him to work and keep him around. As Ah Chat, the Chinese pie- vendor, and Mrs. Mul- doon who sells apples ...
  1231. ...Chinee he is. Wong Chin’s latest fad is to form a Chinese dramatic com- pany to produce Chinese plays only,...
  1232. ...s to form a Chinese dramatic com- pany to produce Chinese plays only, and travel round, and give this antiq...
  1233. ... says it is a barbarian mistake to suppose that a Chinese drama takes thirty and forty years to play. “On t...
  1234. ...one bung. Wong Chin also modestly states that the Chinese Shakspeare (who wrote about fourteen hundred cent...
  1235. ... long for most, however, is to see a com- pany of Chinese Minnie Hopes and Agnes Con- suelos play “ Olivett...
  1236. ...ents Franeais.) Parkes then referred to the anti- Chinese legislation, and continued“ And nothing could pre...
  1237. ...ur old straight-half-mile of a friend, Chang, the Chinese giant, is pretty well, thank you, still; but we r...
  1238. ...e watched him preparing to represent Ah Chat, the Chinese pie vendor, and may we never tell a lie ag'ain if...
  1239. ...at His Royal High- ness translated the Bible into Chinese, and made several valuable improvements on tne or...
  1240. ...uch a task can’t expect much sympathy. The lowest Chinese soldier, gets 6s. 2d. per month, which is a lot o...
  1241. ...gh smells could be sampled in one trip to start a Chinese camp. Can we suggest a remedy ? No; we can’t. Lea...
  1242. ...en by commission and sent to London. Cham-fu, the Chinese General in command at Hong-hoa, seems to ha a ser...
  1243. ...ournal states that when Sir H. B. Loon was in the Chinese war, he was, with a Times’ correspondent, “taken ...
  1244. ...leading apes in hell are considerably enhanced. “ Chinese ” Gordon, in his spare time, took a special inter...
  1245. ... is something which ap- peared as a letter from a Chinese physician in the Gunnedah Advertiser, that oomes ...
  1246. ...rse him with a candle, a book, and a bell - and a Chinese cracker.   HE R SPEECH RESTORED. Clair View, Inve...
  1247. ..., and, subsequently, that noble organization, the Chinese opera, imported direct from “Little Canton, and t...
  1248. ..., the Times correspondent, who was locked up with Chinese Gordon in Khar- toum, has a history almost as eve...
  1249. ...dence and —Copeland. Tear Tack is the name of the Chinese Mis- sionary at Tingha. He is a dangerous man to ...
  1250. ... application of the manure of Mammon. Apropos of “Chinese” Gordon’s religion, this is the style in which he...
  1251. ...ed person. The notions he has picked up among the Chinese and Mussulmans are far too advanced and Christian...
  1252. ...m the seventh century b c.; the Five Kings of the Chinese, eleventh century b.c. ; the three Vedas of the H...
  1253. ... business wes a regular ambush on the part of the Chinese, from whom he asks ten million sterling by way of...
  1254. ...tions in the house of Ying. The Empress, who is a Chinese Catherine 11., is very good to her blokes, so lon...
  1255. ...he country papers now style Quong Tart “the great Chinese philanthropist.” We are glad to see modest merit ...
  1256. ...out in great profusion, and rare old Japanese and Chinese tapestry lend a picturesque look. Unique vases an...
  1257. ...about thirty days overdue in an engagement with a Chinese laundry, and also refers to the beauty herself as...
  1258. ...ntion of Tawhiao s dinner recalls the fare at the Chinese restaurant at the Health Exhibition: “Birds’ nest...
  1259. ...0. FIRE! 11. PRESENT ARMS: 12. STAND AT EASE! The Chinese Actively Propering for War.-(CYBLE NEWS) the best...
  1260. ...dment of Foochow was just a sickening massacre of Chinese, the description equally fitted the bombardment o...
  1261. ... Foochow. They have gone to the length of killing Chinese, and have committed arson, and assault and bat- t...
  1262. ...ts usual per- spicacity, says: “On the subject of Chinese clean- liness, it may be added that ony of the be...
  1263. ...he best-known doctors in Sydney declares that the Chinese houses in Lower George-street are cleanliness the...
  1264. ...ico “ has not only professionally visited several Chinese houses in George-street North, but he is a proper...
  1265. ...ner in the said locality, and his ex- perience of Chinese tenants has been uniformly good.” Greed, greed, g...
  1266. ...t drill won’t be - knee'd. The Mudgee Muddle “Tho Chinese (sic) making extensive preparations to meet an at...
  1267. ...om Wylde-street. The drive was lighted with large Chinese lanterns, and at every angle through the winding ...
  1268. ...he local mashers: and the latter by a vivacious “ Chinese Lady.” A married lady was charming as a “ Highlan...
  1269. ...nd magnificently fortified. There is a very large Chinese army en- camped on the hills at the entrance to t...
  1270. ...uld be an extremely perilous undertaking with tho Chinese attacking from the hills on either side of the ri...
  1271. ... has gone into ecstacies over a thirteen-year-old Chinese boy, the son of a wealthy Celestial merchant. She...
  1272. ...gster for three years. He will be dressed in full Chinese costume, and will accom- pany Mrs. L. in all her ...
  1273. ...A, AND ARE GOING BACK THERE SOON. WELL, HERE IS A CHINESE COIN I FOUND THE OTHER DAY, AND I THOUGHT, MAYBE,...
  1274. ...he Cloncurry. Now he is laying against the Franco-Chinese “ wires ” in the hopes of being shortly in a posi...
  1275. ...songs. The extensive grounds were lighted up with Chinese lanterns, and if the guests did not enjoy themsel...
  1276. ...y Mrs, Walton and Mias Isaacs; Miss Mactaen was a Chinese lady, with hair plaited over her head, and wearin...
  1277. ...the whole of, theTTeuton’s kingdom. The Iranco- v Chinese .trouble will be the subject of our ioutbern war ...
  1278. ...ade. Let us suppose, then, that a few millions of Chinese—they would scarcely be missed from that populous ...
  1279. ... . to legislate against this threatened influx of Chinese. England thinks it barbarous, for the simple reas...
  1280. ...s. The closet philo- sopher sees in the influx of Chinese nothing to cause alarm—nothing but the natural de...
  1281. ...ks from living cattle; it also reminds one of the Chinese system, under which a pauperised debtor is handed...
  1282. ...pparently touched up an old plate of Li Hung, the Chinese ambassador, in his official robes, and by substit...
  1283. ...wife —in that way, anyhow. A curious race are the Chinese, but few have ever suspected them of humour, thou...
  1284. ...rum along to Charles Campbell and Dr. Beatty. The Chinese Government have explained that their declaration ...
  1285. ...liged by a prompt settlement of the enclosed. The Chinese Empire. Dr. To account rendered—lndem- nity overd...
  1286. ...try is being ruined by assisted immigra- tion and Chinese cheap labour, while the erstwhile honest tank-sin...
  1287. ...ow your head well back, and think of Cicero.” The Chinese forts made but one reply to the French bombardmen...
  1288. ... you alt ’ ” (sic). Suddenly she asks for Mo, her Chinese boy H e has been photographed, she explains, and ...
  1289. ...York is good enough for me, after all!” while her Chinese boy, Mo, stands beside her, his eyes “ perfectly ...
  1290. ...ered it. As every one knows,' or should know, the Chinese idea of justice is that the man who pays the most...
  1291. ...from Ah*Man. As is usual in such cases, the local Chinese community subscribed liberally for the defence of...
  1292. ...ver Ruldja.” This is true Russian morality. ( The Chinese are embarrassed—let us attack them. .... At the l...
  1293. ...tumn army manoeuvres. Of course they did When the Chinese ambas- sador leVt Paris His Excellency went to—Be...
  1294. ...t at the latest engagement between the French and Chinese. All eatables having disappeared almost with the ...
  1295. ...r kind best; the other kind dies early. * * * The Chinese have destroyed the French cemetery at Canton and ...
  1296. ...hant); Mrs. Mul- doon (a fruit vendor); Ah Cat (a Chinese pie- vendor);" etc. (and more so), succeeded in c...
  1297. ... Foochow, they are bloodthirsty oppressors of the Chinese. Our motives are always pure; the motivee of our ...
  1298. ...Herbert Spencer’s works are to be translated into Chinese; and many papers have copied the statement, as if...
  1299. ...of sym- bols of concrete things is clear. Fancy a Chinese equivalent for this heading to an important secti...
  1300. ...cording to the last returns, there are now 12,128 Chinese in Vic- toria, and of these 447 are members of th...
  1301. ...arvest hand has, within our own memory, been what Chinese immigrants are to the handicraftsmen of Australia...
  1302. ...rea” will present the appearance of a veritable “ Chinese puzzle.” The simple, honest yeoman who goes to a ...
  1303. ...t enterprising young man, the Honorable Over the (Chinese) Garden Wall; OR, LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP. ! Alfred ...
  1304. ... indig- n«nt with the French for warring with the Chinese through lust of empire, and we are terribly shock...
  1305. ...re terribly shocked at their having destroyed the Chinese lleet. Such barbarism we did not imagine to be po...
  1306. ...r, and give him a million francs for sinking some Chinese gun- boats, and when they compare this victory to...
  1307. ...be recognised by the work- ing-men of America. No Chinese, however, will be there There were 60,000 applica...
  1308. ....” Just what The Bulletin is doing prat i 5.... A Chinese Viceroy recently quelled a riot between tee peopl...
  1309. ... of them:—“They exhibit the worst features of the Chinese character. So far are deceit and dishonesty pract...
  1310. ...ld be sorry to say that Alfred’s paper was run by Chinese. A ourious old brass cannon was discovered on Jon...
  1311. ...his revenne from assafeetida, so that b e may, in Chinese fashion barricade the valley with bad smells, and...
  1312. ...ised by the annexation of New Guinea, the Franco- Chinese war, the Egyptian Question, and other matters, so...
  1313. ...e “Young Australians.” So do we—to Australia. The Chinese offer 5000 taels for the head of the French comma...
  1314. ...and had issue. All his descen- dants are editors. Chinese artilleryman: “The French ves- sels are approachi...
  1315. ...ted on John Ah Sing and told him about the Franco-Chinese war. “Me no savey; me no care; Foochow too far ’w...
  1316. ...ul toil.” At a concert given in Port Douglas, two Chinese songsters favoured the audience with a stave from...
  1317. ...ith kerosene and set him alight, routed the whole Chinese camp, fired the lock-up, and thou st irted off on...
  1318. ... previously loved a sailor who went to China. The Chinese removed the best part of him, and stuck it on the...
  1319. ...pply from the prisons and execution grounds; “ no Chinese lady would ever consent to part with a single hai...
  1320. ...y in fighting trim—ln the affair at Lang Kep, the Chinese lost over 2000 men. 640 dead were counted in the ...
  1321. ...illage alone. In the Langson Road engagement, the Chinese had 2500 killed, inoluding their leader The Engli...
  1322. ... of wigmakers in- dignantly deny that the hair of Chinese malefac- tors is ever used in the trade. Imported...
  1323. ...n Knglish paper, could overpower our ileet in the Chinese seas, burn Hong Kong, levy a couple of millions i...
  1324. ...swered by a grape shot from the Yuen Woo, a large Chinese corvette, which cleared the bridge of the Volta o...
  1325. ...ning 300 men. The cowardice and incapacity of the Chinese leaders were indescribable. When the French tackl...
  1326. ...ews’ correspondent says that in seven minutes the Chinese fleet had practically ceased to exist. Apart. Why...
  1327. ...l 2 a.m. The grounds were prettily decorated with Chinese lanterns, and the dancers enjoyed the shady nooks...
  1328. ...here was a township ot a cemetery there. Now some Chinese gardeners have utilised the graves by growing cab...
  1329. ...uffrage. His Excellency Prince Li Hung Chang, the Chinese statesman who was so closely associated with Gord...
  1330. ...war, and who was regarded by Gordon as the ablest Chinese potentate in the Empire, was interviewed on Sep- ...
  1331. ...we had the Taeping rebellion on our hands, and no Chinese statesman was then acquainted with foreign affair...
  1332. ...fling, is it ? So. You’ve seen little articles of Chinese and Japanese bric-a-brac—wee models, where men’s ...
  1333. ... the lot by a girl of “ promiscuous ” virtue in a Chinese “ drumbut you're clean out of your reckoning this...
  1334. ... Kay is dead at last. Who was Sing Kay ? He was a Chinese prisoner in the Geraldton Gaol, Geraldton, W.A. P...
  1335. ...ely bombarded with rice that it was almost like a Chinese war, and the carriage en route drew a good deal o...
  1336. ...ement. At dark, the grounds were illuminated with Chinese lanterns, and, later on, with a grand pyrotechnic...
  1337. ...lar [captain is wrapped in a mantle of gloom. The Chinese cut off the heads of the Frenchmen killed in batt...
  1338. ...l choir or howling else- where. The girl whom the Chinese Tommy At- kins “leaves behind him” (unlike the Pu...
  1339. ...le and moved to the veremdah, to let Ah Chow, the Chinese cook, clear away, a horseman made his appearance,...
  1340. ...ired to sleep off his potations; Ah How snored in Chinese from his bunk across the yard; the curlews wore s...
  1341.  
  1342. 1885
  1343. ...mostly Cau- cHSlan. but with a fair sprinkling of Chinese and Negroes. In the gallery was one ferocious ban...
  1344. ...upported by such legs is a greater mystery than a Chinese juggler. Mias B de Fontaine as Carletto, is prett...
  1345. ...e was a cool breeze, and the golden candlesticks, Chinese lanterns, and wreaths of flowers all did duty for...
  1346. ... Gubetta from “Lucrezla Borgia.” Miss M’Coy was a Chinese Lady in a magnificent dress of damascened silk in...
  1347. ...was not do.mr “ active service ” down amongst the Chinese. And this is looked upon as a highly creditable a...
  1348. ...nd sooke every language, from English, Welsh, and Chinese to Hindostanee, Cherokee, and Double Dutch. Her a...
  1349. ...an officer tells a yarn aneut the mobility of the Chinese armies which tickles the Freneh very much. This o...
  1350. ... tri- colour flag on hi* tail, and broke up every Chinese camp about the district. All is honest, and truth...
  1351. ...stefully decorated with flowers, ferns, and large Chinese lanterns, making the whole a nice, cool, and refr...
  1352. ... costs only Od a . bottle. Sample bottles »d, y * CHINESE PICTORIAL VERSION OF THE CONFLICT AT FOO-CHOW : R...
  1353. ...is worse than all At a railway restaurant. When a Chinese woman wants to be rid of an infant, she fans It t...
  1354. ...l-tax. Smart, wasn’t it ? But not so smart as the Chinese Government which promptly beheaded 30 or 40 of th...
  1355. ...nt, in that grim interior, to sit upon a rlcketty Chinese- made chair, and gaze on the prospect without. Th...
  1356. ...s communications with her possessions in the Indo-Chinese peninsular are now at the mercy of England and Ge...
  1357. ...ons Euro- pean engineers are constructing for the Chinese Government tortressea on the newest model ail alo...
  1358. ...and that the sun, and moun, and stars are so many Chinese lanterns, as it were, hung up by a celestial ligh...
  1359. ...iano, made a speech, and sang a comic song in the Chinese language, in which all present joined. Other comi...
  1360. ...g her struggle with France. It is a pity that the Chinese did not hear this in time, and then they would no...
  1361. ...e peak, and spreading terror and dismay among the Chinese gardens on the banks of the Tumut River. He is no...
  1362. ...bly Hall. at n /Ks/rS’ decked with evergreens and Chinese la tems, vlmtlon of Mr and Mrs. C. W. Crawley to ...
  1363. ...e eve of his departure from London to convert the Chinese. Mr. Studd is one of the English cricketers who v...
  1364. ... living in a fashion that would shock the meanest Chinese. There will be found sullen, savage-looking men d...
  1365. ...m those leave behind them who go to con- vert the Chinese. If, instead of bringing discord among the adhere...
  1366. ...es annexation of that island by New Zea- land... .Chinese have blockaded the River Min .. Anarchists anarch...
  1367. ...ciently well known. His services in the pre- sen* Chinese embrogllo have already won for France, little, bu...
  1368. ...ably go on until disaster overtakes us.” A recent Chinese steamer from Hongkong to Tientsin brought as pass...
  1369. ...rs 13 German sergeants, or drill-masters, for tie Chinese army. They had Just arrived from Germany, and had...
  1370. ...rived from Germany, and had been en- gaged by the Chinese Government. On arriving at Shanghai they took pas...
  1371. ...lunteer cornstaiks to avenge the untimely fate of Chinese Gordon. Bravol Mr. Dailey: no dally- ing this tim...
  1372. ...i 5,t:—“ Now thatit has transpired that Gordon is Chinese the near-sighted polisy of English Government is ...
  1373. ...h Government is more plainer. The trechery of the Chinese is providential.” We expect the sub- editor will ...
  1374. ...opment. GORDON, IN HIS ROBES AS A MANDARIN OF THE CHINESE EMPIRE# CHINESE GORDON. FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN A...
  1375. ...IN HIS ROBES AS A MANDARIN OF THE CHINESE EMPIRE# CHINESE GORDON. FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN AT THE CONCLUSION...
  1376. ...tudd, the cricketer, has gone out to convert the— Chinese. “ Whell, can ye pay yer rent this mar- nln’?” en...
  1377. ...penny out of the sale of the photos of her little Chinese page. She has Just bad six new dresses from Felix...
  1378. ... declared; and the French, also, are fighting the Chinese without hav- ing declared war. It is significant ...
  1379. ...to the first blow dealt by the French against the Chinese. In each instance -the bombardments of Alexandria...
  1380. ...proved. The following is said to be the diet of a Chinese athlete in trainingDrinking is prohi- bited—i.e.,...
  1381. ... Henry Loch visited Beechworth the other day, the Chinese filled up the ruts on the road so that his carria...
  1382. ...h him. A Bench, however, who has no sympathy with Chinese extermination, fined him £5 10s., with alternativ...
  1383. ... be plenty who are celestial. A week or two ago a Chinese bride, imported by a diagonal-eyed storekeeper of...
  1384. ...ndent of the Evening News reports (referring to a Chinese row) that, when Ah Chit hit Ah Tay on the head wi...
  1385. ...hy verse— Whose namby-pamby similes are spread As Chinese cess stuff on a cabbige bed, “To force a churlish...
  1386. ...e French in Tonquin.” Tiio joke as been done into Chinese characters, and for- warded to the college of Wis...
  1387. ...our name behind.” The stillness of the grave is a Chinese opera com- pared to the unearthly gloom which set...
  1388. ...coming home, poor lad, with a gantaog. One of the Chinese recently baptised had a slight difficulty in sati...
  1389. ...ent things may be thought. It may be thought that Chinese firemen are more reliable, more tractable, and cl...
  1390. ...a worthy ecclesiastic of his Church who has had a Chinese cook for years, and yet he is as intolerant as th...
  1391. ...lldog, with which, to quote the words of a genial Chinese witness, he had “killed all the cats in Bragon's ...
  1392. ...admire former statesmen who murdered thousands of Chinese because they wouldn't eat 1 opium j or reverence ...
  1393. ...DICATE, and guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown by t...
  1394. ...more economical, and in everv way superior to the Chinese rival. Give the CALCUTTA TEA ASSOCIATION’S TEAS a...
  1395. ...ough the Anglican porch of the edifice six Sydney Chinese made their way into the great temple of Christian...
  1396. ...elves might have been there. But, enough. Th8 six Chinese were baptised into the religion of One who knew n...
  1397. ...ll try to gird ourselves up to bear the glory The Chinese Corps. To be composed of Chinamen who could not p...
  1398. ... gate cannot be kept secure by 1 bolting.' ” On a Chinese witness being called at Townsville Circuit Court ...
  1399. ...apoleon’s last days at St. Helena. They include » Chinese screen which used to separate the Em- peror’s bed...
  1400. ...hose envious, tantalizing veils, for 'ARRY ON THE CHINESE QUESTION. Dear Charlie, I sends yer a paper. Just...
  1401. ...er, and Co. is my dart. For I’m nuts on this ’ere Chinese question, And we’d very soon give ’em a start If ...
  1402. ...ong Meng, eldest daughter of Kong Meng, Esq., the Chinese Consul of Mel- bourne. was married to Mr. Charles...
  1403. ...re, or as soon after It as the price of flour and Chinese craekeis will allow of the demonstration being ma...
  1404. ...te him to give them his re- vised opinions on the Chinese Question, and will take no denial. Mr. Dibbs indi...
  1405. ...n liner. From the Straits Times (Singapore) “ The Chinese soldiers’ uniform consists of a blue tunic and as...
  1406. ... for a new gaol. Yes, the place is going ahead. A Chinese soldier gets IDs. a month, and out of that he has...
  1407. ...and heavy of fist—who’ve been led to the altar by Chinese. It is for the husbands that our commiseration ha...
  1408. ...d the discoverer of an antidote 1 They have had a Chinese leper scare at Harrletville (Vic.), and have run ...
  1409. ...own (N.Q.), some years ago, a debilitated-looking Chinese gentleman with a com- plexion like boiled pork wa...
  1410. ...eldest daughter of Mr. Kong Meng, the well- known Chinese merchant, of Melbourne, and his European wife, wa...
  1411. ...end. Both were covered with pieces of magnittcent Chinese embroidery. At half-past four the bride entered, ...
  1412. ...... .Our old friend Rochefort now speaks of “ the Chinese person known as Jules Ferry. American Co.’s Hop B...
  1413. ... The Melbourne Daily Telegraph editors defend the Chinese who were lately lined for keeping fan-tan parlour...
  1414. ...of a mixed and low type. There is an admixture of Chinese. Cingalese, Kanakas, and New Guinea men. Mr. O’Ka...
  1415. ...more economical, and In every way superior to the Chinese rival. Give the CALCUTTA TEA ASSOCIATION’S TEAS a...
  1416. ...DICATE, and Guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown hy t...
  1417. ...he Etheridge some years ago between two partus of Chinese, who beat tom-toms and fired guns day and night f...
  1418. ...ichael Bradford have saved no less than 532 lives Chinese gambling saloon in Little Bonrke- street, Melbour...
  1419. ...o Palmer (NVo ) CHaniv?n?» says some of the local Chinese tfave a funeSI custom of placing 1 a shilling in ...
  1420. ...n France and China has at last been signed.” [THE CHINESE QUARTER CELEBRATES THE MONGOLIAN SUCCESS OVER THE...
  1421. ...cigar. A new oath, that is said to be regarded by Chinese witnesses as hopelessly binding, has been discove...
  1422. ...eating rashers and drinking whisky. There are 300 Chinese In the Daylesford district, and it would be stran...
  1423. ...le a bull- dog attends to his rear, and that of a Chinese fowl- stealer afflicted with facial paralysis.......
  1424. ..., who had been in Cochin Chine, translate it into Chinese, It ran as follows :— " Me wantchee you be my glr...
  1425. ...appeared at the London Royal Academy this year in Chinese mourning; no weeds, although she has but very rec...
  1426. ...hough she has but very recently be- come a widow. Chinese mourning is the fashion now. The next fashion wil...
  1427. ... will probably compel be- reaved widows to cry in Chinese. No one looking at Mr. George Augustus Bala, and ...
  1428. ...a thril- ling account of an accident to the local Chinese cabbage purveyor, says “ the Celestial was shook ...
  1429. ...emiad of Thadeus O’Kane, one would imagine that a Chinese paper was about to be started at Charters Towers....
  1430. ...sh legislation should be asked for, excluding the Chinese altogether from our gold- fields.” But why, O Tha...
  1431. ...an has turned into hell, inhabited by the unclean Chinese, and the frivolous, impure French half- breed ? I...
  1432. ...handed over the sum of £i, and vowed to all th,e, Chinese gods that, if another friend of his dies unexpect...
  1433. ...DICATE, and guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown hy t...
  1434. ...tation on Irickett is worth about as much as that Chinese opm which is sold for sixpence a bushel—“B. M’Lea...
  1435. ... political life te had left unpaved A very astute Chinese official, not many months ago, remarked; —“ Engla...
  1436. ...ng of the kind. The only dif- ference is that the Chinese official is corrupt for money, the Englishman for...
  1437. ...them unless they can get a bill passed making the Chinese lawful game. There is a close season for several ...
  1438. ...oor, while upstairs he is not even a statesman. A Chinese Church. At Botany, the other day, Dr. Barry, the ...
  1439. ..., laid the corner-stone of a church for converted Chinese, and then laid himself out for an all-round disco...
  1440. ...lly comprehensive know- ledge. Of the few hundred Chinese who devote themselves to various humble industrie...
  1441. ... Lordship laid the foundation-stone of the Botany Chinese church. Whether the rescued brands are Ritualisti...
  1442. ... when I get to be a great big girl I bet I can.”. Chinese girls never kiss. We have seen many Chinamen, and...
  1443. ...e bodice. The room was nicely hung with flags and Chinese lanterns, and Messrs. Geddes and Corbett discharg...
  1444. ...lse raise every adult male in Australia —omitting Chinese and Europeans thrice convicted—to the dignity of ...
  1445. ...part- ment we can take some good lessons from the Chinese, who kill a man by sticking pins in him for ten o...
  1446. ... Golden Fleecers.” Mr. Quong Tart, the well-known Chinese trader, of Sydney, has initiated a movement for t...
  1447. ...ago, Northern Queensland was in trouble about the Chinese question, Mr. Thomas went to Cooktown, and settle...
  1448. ...he theatres at (Osaca, his drinking of tea in the Chinese Tea House, and his wanderings among the Towers of...
  1449. ...rnicious wicked- ness of the forces that, despite Chinese law, secure the Importation of the drug into the ...
  1450. ...- half of this produce (opium) is forced upon the Chinese market by the British, it will be perceived how l...
  1451. ... and Mul laly’s spacious stores last Friday week. Chinese lanterns, flags, and ferns tastefully adorned the...
  1452. ... living thing can stay. m * • Mr. Quong Tart is a Chinese trader, living in Sydney, and it occurred to him ...
  1453. ... of the Christian oat thatwe confeis a dislike to Chinese vocalism, and Mr. Tart appeals to know it. and ta...
  1454. ...th a view to a drawing-room nmflb. In gpeaklng of Chinese music here, there is no opinion offered as to the...
  1455. ...DICATE, and guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown by t...
  1456. ...nd, A symbol of the Human Mind!   That well-known Chinese gentleman, Mr. On Dit, says that as Mr. Graham Be...
  1457. ...quitable Taxation of all, Including Absentees and Chinese ; and to pay for the Soudan enormity, &o. Adverti...
  1458. ...e key of my portmanteau ? ” The papers say that a Chinese gentleman will be a candidate at the next Parliam...
  1459. ...the authorities for getting rid of both races—the Chinese by pink- ing, the aborigines by poison. It is rum...
  1460. ...ith flags and bunting, and lighted by innumerable Chinese lanterns, as were also the enclosed verandah and ...
  1461. ...tities of evergreens, and lighted by num- berless Chinese lanterns. Dancing commenced at 8 p.m , and was co...
  1462. .... * 8 reported that Quong Tart, the philanthropic Chinese tea-merchant, will go in for Parliamentary honour...
  1463. ...more economical, and In every way superior to the Chinese rival. Give the CALCUTTA TEA ASSOCIATION’S TEAS a...
  1464. ...tily deco- rated with flags, while the Inevitable Chinese lan- terns casta dim*religious llgnt over promena...
  1465. ...tions of flags, flowers, ever- greens, palms, and Chinese lanterns, that turned the enclosed verandah Into ...
  1466. ... have been disturbing our friends the Maoris. The Chinese tore up the English-made railway from Shanghai to...
  1467. ... the latter. We see by our exchanges that a blind Chinese mendicant has been going round the country towns ...
  1468. ...Cousin Jack,” K. for Cousin, and G. for Jack. The Chinese Church at Botany will shortly bo opened by Dr. Ba...
  1469. ...an. A Mr. Broadhurst over there engaged a gang of Chinese for a term of three years. The aggregate John str...
  1470. ...e about the “dentist scandal.” Sang Chai, the new Chinese giant, now travelling with a circus down South, i...
  1471. ...h, though on their side, is like one of those old Chinese cannons that are more fatal to the gunners than t...
  1472. ...sco, last July, to Mr. M. C. Nickels, a prominent Chinese merchant.... The last of the Woollahra private as...
  1473. ... plaoe across the harbour up at Cooktown for some Chinese affected with leprosy. Stringent regula- tions we...
  1474. ...pers communicating with the local abor- igines. A Chinese leper is company quite good enough for a blaokfel...
  1475. ...ptic has passed from England, and the enlightened Chinese become the rulers of the earth ? Jurists should b...
  1476. ...he eucalyptus conservatory, quaintly lighted with Chinese lanterns formed a pretty wind- ing bower ending I...
  1477. ...more economical, and in every way superior to the Chinese rival. Give the CALCUTTA TEA ASSOCIATION’S TEAS a...
  1478. ...DICATE, and guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown by t...
  1479. ...ersburg Museum. It was issued in 1399 B C. by the Chinese Government. It is said that bank notes were in us...
  1480. ...t as wide of the mark as those entertained by the Chinese concerning Western barbarians. As cunning whisky-...
  1481. ... but the promoters should travel and see what the Chinese and Hindoos are Some success may be had in Japan,...
  1482. ...those of the missionaries. Nothing can Induce the Chinese or Hindoos to adopt new fashions—thsy will only d...
  1483. .../.ea. The British certainly thrust opium upon the Chinese at the cost of two wars, and wool might be forced...
  1484. ...s well staged goes without the saying. ♦ ♦ ♦ “The Chinese Question” was rattled through as an afterpiece. E...
  1485. ...oods manufactured in China. If that failed—if the Chinese stupidly persisted in flooding the English market...
  1486. ...?, our map does not say i-'Tumbulgum, Saturday. A Chinese undertaker, named James King Long, was fined £5 a...
  1487. ...f Wolfe’s Schnapps In the hous ?. Woman Items The Chinese are progressing to olvilif ation. At the Korolt (...
  1488. ...-stable keeper, drove a four-ln-haud. In it was a Chinese lady, Mrs. Bam Hing, but laloly from the land of ...
  1489. ...ry, need not shrink from a comparison with recent Chinese legislation. It was John Stuart Mill who, in his ...
  1490. ...ever knew a doctor to care about a patient when a Chinese wall of professional jealousy had to be propped u...
  1491. ...his ingenuous young Victorian, with the strangely Chinese appellation, says:—“I am the most thoughtful empl...
  1492. ...copied from a Babylonian brick, or tne front ot a Chinese .loss-house. And this is but one of the marv ig- ...
  1493. ...DICATE, and guar- anteed Free from all Mixture of Chinese, Japan, or other deleteri- ous Tea, as shown by t...
  1494. ...ore economical, and in every •way superior to the Chinese rival. Give the CALCUTTA TEA ASSOCIATION’S TEAS a...
  1495. ...emselves.” In this matter, as in many others, the Chinese are far ahead of us. We’ve seen these almond-eye!...
  1496. ...ing an involuntary tour of the building—six stout Chinese pulling the rope, while as many were behind pushi...
  1497. ... held the public intelligence. We submit that the Chinese who burns down his house in order to obtain roast...
  1498. ...ties in England, filed kings in embryo, Dutch and Chinese plenipotentiaries, Italian nobles, &c. Created ba...
  1499. ...a having been struck by lightning, the Botany Bay Chinese, who were lately “ converted” and had built a chu...
  1500. ...s a queer world. Salvation versus Ass-afoetida. A Chinese Contingent. An odoriferous martyr Would anybody b...
  1501. ... American workman could produce as cheaply as the Chinese, or, in other words, was prepared to live on the ...
  1502. ...e Europeans starve. Brought into competition witu Chinese —a race taught frugality, patience and obedi- enc...
  1503. ..., cheap diet, and unremitting toil with which the Chinese are content, or they must control the influx of t...
  1504. ..., owing to the absence of restrictions, a million Chinese, with their wives and families, landed yearly on ...
  1505. ...sition. Indeed, he was then—on the account of the Chinese labour business—the most disliked man in the coun...
  1506. ...e when the top was lifted out would have turned a Chinese fisherman's hair grey. If the scientists who open...
  1507. ...back- bone of the British Army. We do not say the Chinese have this tenacity, but they have plenty of coura...
  1508. ...her yet. In our war with China the weapons of the Chinese Army were subjects of derision. It was reckoned b...
  1509. ...ision. It was reckoned by military wags that more Chinese were killed by their own guns than by ours. They ...
  1510. ...n carried far , enough, and connected with future Chinese lines, settle that difficulty, and make the groat...
  1511. ...lines, settle that difficulty, and make the groat Chinese Invasion quite au easy and comfortable thing for ...
  1512. ...power, because of the cat-like antipathy that the Chinese have to the sea. There are, of course, instances ...
  1513. ... not many. The mariners’ compass was known to the Chinese ages before it was discovered in Europe, and if t...
  1514. ...lves. It is a popular fallacy to suppose that the Chinese cannot do the same if they desire to. It is also ...
  1515. ... they desire to. It is also an old story that the Chinese are good Imitators but poor Inventors. They have ...
  1516. ... have not invented because until lately—lately In Chinese chronology, to which a thousand years is about eq...
  1517. ...they are all purchasable. Tbey are as open to the Chinese as they are to us—for money. When the knowledge o...
  1518. ...the dominant races’ They believe that a brilliant Chinese general is an impossibility. But they forget that...
  1519. ...ral is an impossibility. But they forget that the Chinese have had, comparatively speaking, no experience i...
  1520. ...European methods of warfare. They forget that the Chinese fashion of campaigning—fighting in the summer and...
  1521. ...arfare in Europe all through the middle ages. The Chinese make war now as they did two thousand years ago—l...
  1522. ...ognised rule of the game. ♦ ♦ ♦ So it is with the Chinese. They have done their fighting upon ancient lines...
  1523. ... while her husband, Lord Charles Scott, is on tho Chinese station. Sir W. J. and Lady Clarke leave for Euro...
  1524. ...er of one of the leading lawyers in Melbourne.”—A Chinese gardener speared by blacks near Palmervllle. All ...
  1525. ...e Prince of Wales was honoured with an onion— The Chinese in San Francisco employed in the cigar trade have...
  1526. ...Church at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney. The new Chinese Church at Botany Is to be placed la r.1e change. ...
  1527. ...price of cab- bages, the prayers of the converted Chinese will ascend to Heaven punctuated with the blasphe...
  1528. ...he woman Is true.” Bishop Barry is converting the Chinese. One Hoo Hoo Ten, of Sydney, is now a deacon ol t...
  1529. ...- men will now, we suppose, abandon the barbarous Chinese custom of buying their wives at auction. They wil...
  1530. ... if it were found necessary to employ some of the Chinese artists in Lower George-street to put a few thing...
  1531.  
  1532. 1886
  1533. ...look- ing stools. In politics, every system, from Chinese conservatism to Parisian communism, had its advoc...
  1534. ...t Waterloo was fought between the Yankees and the Chinese, that Glasgow was an Irish town whose chief indus...
  1535. ...coal and iron fields of China are tapped, and the Chinese, with their low wages and untiring industry, are ...
  1536. ...e Baroness Ulmen- -Bheim, who spoke Welsh, Irish, Chinese, Zingari. and Basque, and who, in all, was credit...
  1537. ...ne dead of night. On Sundays he J> reached in the Chinese camp, and alter the col- ection we used to go t )...
  1538. ...ker decorated the front of his establishment with Chinese lan- terns and eucalyptus branches on Christmas E...
  1539. ...ndeavour to cultivate friendly relations with the Chinese, asd show them that the con- siderution which, in...
  1540. ...between this determination and th 6 fact that the Chinese Christians at Botany have become numerous enough ...
  1541. ...ndent of the China Mail : —“Clear enough that the Chinese are going to have railways; and the brutal despot...
  1542. ...otism which the English and French wield over the Chinese Empire makes it exceedingly doubtful whether they...
  1543. ...Of Carington or Soudan scars, Of poll-taxation on Chinese, Of Christianising the Burmese, And turning them ...
  1544. ...ng in the mornin’. High, buck. Same again Lots o’ Chinese round’ere, did you say? My word, ’eaps on ’em. Ea...
  1545. ...stud, each with his music-stand lighted up with a Chinese lantern, whilst the stream of harmony on the stil...
  1546. ..., with bonnet en suite; Mrs. G. B. Simpson, white Chinese silk, trimmed with Toulon laoe and black velvet b...
  1547. ...* that fills one with gloomier re- grets that the Chinese tongue, or some aboriginal dialect was not the on...
  1548. ...tered the ring’ on horseback. 1 his was the grand Chinese entry. They rode better th*n any other Celestial ...
  1549. ...ive. The, manner in which, by means of water, the Chinese make deserts into gardens, and the Saracens made ...
  1550. ... more could be made of it than of the ledger of a Chinese insolvent—At a Westminister eleotion meeting Mr. ...
  1551. ...tory performance. In response to a request from a Chinese gentleman in the gallery, named Hong Kore, Miss R...
  1552. ...c will see to that. • a ■ There is trouble in the Chinese camp at Ballarat. Two of the almond-eyed Celestia...
  1553. ...y, in any shape or form ) is so out of place in a Chinese community that we are not surprised to hear that ...
  1554. ...t now comes the trouble. The swearing was done in Chinese, and the sergeant told his pig-tailed petitioners...
  1555. ...ve expres- sions. The sergeant pointed out that a Chinese curse might be a British blessing for all the law...
  1556. ...pectable citizen is subject through understanding Chinese. We have often suspected the gentleman who suppli...
  1557. ...really past all bearing That these yellow-cheeked Chinese Like troopers can go swearing And blaspheming whe...
  1558. ... curious part of the affair was, that some of the Chinese, who were 10 years of age, tried to pass themselv...
  1559. ... he passes his fourth decade—had there not been a Chinese interpreter on board. They couldn’t fool him, wha...
  1560. ...that he could newer look into the face of a young Chinese without a feel- ing of awe—the burden of countles...
  1561. ...le surprise in the shape of an oyster supper. The Chinese oysterman opened them at the back door, and Btood...
  1562. ... news gives us about as much concern as that of a Chinese raid on Thibet. IE Francs wishes to attack us, th...
  1563. ...though every schoolboy knows that Mar- quis is no Chinese name or title. Count Cagliostro was as free from ...
  1564. ...ad a slight difference of opinion with Ah Chow, a Chinese fruit hawker. Mr. Shepherd upset Ah Chow’s basket...
  1565. ...m there is an elabor- ate coloured ploture of the Chinese hell, the lead- ing Devil whereof has a face exac...
  1566. ...line that of Mr. J W. Inglis, M.L.A. To go to the Chinese hell must be a terrible punishment. The two Louis...
  1567. ...rites, like tbese, Acclimatise the meek and cheap Chinese— Who hope to crush the tiller that they hate By m...
  1568. ...“Kiss, but never tell!” [We believe “cum-shaw” is Chinese for “present,” and are of opinion that the above ...
  1569. ...of the cross-eyed heathen. At Armidale, N.S.W., a Chinese shep- herd, whose flock was counted weekly, was f...
  1570. ...diers to thB Soudan. Let us, brethren, send a few Chinese converts to England on a revival racket. The Sydn...
  1571. ...f Great Britain had no more interest than had the Chinese. It was further swelled to maintain the Hanoveria...
  1572. ...eform; 12. N<o State aided immigration; 13. Auti- Chinese legislation. The N.S. W working men have no assoc...
  1573. ...g under laws which would dis- grace the mediaeval Chinese. In England—and very properly so-all you have to ...
  1574. ...er hand to him through the chink in the slabs.) “ Chinese Refrain.” (No need for the cabbagee, lettucee, yo...
  1575. ...n’yun wall-eyed Confuoian to call round there. No Chinese need apply.) “ Little Birds are Sleeping.” (And w...
  1576. ... from Sir ’Enery’s diary, or a page torn out of a Chinese in- solvent’s ledger. Some of the telegraph clerk...
  1577. ...the puts tco much sugar in her tea.... Han Kar, a Chinese banker in Canton, is said to be the wealthiest ma...
  1578. ...and did not reply.” From the North China Mail:t-“ Chinese Joke: A. barber, shaving a customer’s head drew b...
  1579. ...entley, was very good, and the floor was perfect. Chinese lanterns were hung around the veiandahs and groun...
  1580. ...go, the slimy Bowen met Li Hung- Chang, the great Chinese Viceroy,(whom he at once i roceeded to beslaver b...
  1581. ...d nephew of that illustrious and pluoky crank, ** Chinese” Gordon, will, according to the Sydney Doubtful P...
  1582. ...GAWKESBURY. The gorgeousness of the attire of the Chinese mini-ter at President Arthur’s New Year’s recepti...
  1583. ...rch one Sunday Biting, scratch- ing, kicking, and Chinese maledictions were the order of the day in Brisban...
  1584. ...aledictions were the order of the day in Brisbane Chinese Joss House on the Sunday following Hurry up, ye o...
  1585. ... “planted ” by mistake in the portion allotted to Chinese in the Coonambla church—no, grave- yard, and at t...
  1586. ...ball. The grounds were beautifully decorated with Chinese lanterns and the ballroom was like fairy land wit...
  1587. ... perfect, and a large marquee, prettily lit up by Chinese lanterns and coloured candles, was erected on the...
  1588. ...on lords of the soil would appear to be between a Chinese digger and a European teamster; and they Beem to ...
  1589. ...sh and left an unpleasant impression. The Quaint “Chinese March” was, of cours?, one of the favourites, and...
  1590. ...hursleigh hospitality. The grounds were hung with Chinese lanterns, whioh proiuced the usual picturesque ef...
  1591. ...tsbio for us—indeed there isn’t. But Japanese and Chinese are very queer about their womankind. It seems th...
  1592. ...ut their womankind. It seems that in former times Chinese ladies never dreamt of wandering about the street...
  1593. ...s state of affairsjias so soandallsed some of the Chinese officials that it is proposed to pre- sent a peti...
  1594. ...r womenkind. What a peculiar sense of justice the Chinese must have, to be surel But perhaps the hearts of ...
  1595. ...ance of Mr. Darley, Q.C , wonld poll-tax like the Chinese. The ever-logical Frenchman has at last come to s...
  1596. ...oo prominent and »s<ertive for white attire.” “ A Chinese paper states that the new Empress of China has be...
  1597. ...f a tumbler. The story comes from China. It was a Chinese judge, and he improved on Solomon’s plan. P.acing...
  1598. ...ound like th, se zithers since Fulton organised a Chinese opera here, and one of the company played a solo ...
  1599. ...g ChaDg, which tbe office is now trans'atiDg. The Chinese titles of nobility descend one grade in rank with...
  1600. ...ndson as an earl, and so on. And yet we think the Chinese fools I There are, of course, no hereditary C. M ...
  1601. ...te empty. Will the Government kindly explain ? No Chinese soldier in Tonqutn during the late war lost an op...
  1602. ...panese lady played an instrument something like a Chinese fiddle, and a tiny boy played a drum accompanimen...
  1603. ...kies, you to whom the word “basement” sounds like Chinese—imagine spending a winter—the most cruel England ...
  1604. ...? p9rB , of cabbages. Than he laughed ba* bal (in Chinese) and resolved to improve upon *5i a altotfctber. ...
  1605. ...away down in popular estimation to tho grade of a Chinese joss house man. William Lloyd Garrison, the slave...
  1606. ...tection, New South Wales to allow an avalanche of Chinese to pour in upon her territory. And a peerage for ...
  1607. ...ks from living cattle; it also reminds one of the Chinese system, under which a pauperised debtor is handed...
  1608. ...aid that Douglas Siaden has taken up the study of Chinese. This is good news if it makes him write Chinese ...
  1609. ... Chinese. This is good news if it makes him write Chinese poetry. * * * The Emperor of Germany “ has given ...
  1610. ...g strongly for the supply of material for tne new Chinese railways—which won t last long if the Germans put...
  1611. ...of the factors of discord undoubtedly will be the Chinese question, whioh is an illus- tration of the oppos...
  1612. ..., there will be no difficulty in shutting out the Chinese, but if the colony is united, as now, there will ...
  1613. ... already rankles through the North. And this, the Chinese question, is only of a hundred upon whioh North a...
  1614. ... claims of the new rush on the Amoor (Siberia) in Chinese territory. 15 000 Russians and C inrse are on the...
  1615. ...asured exactness suggestive of the torture of the Chinese water- tower-where, a drop of water falling from ...
  1616. ...state ty as to who was acting and who wasn’t. The Chinese tragedian excels in the difficult art r f (assemb...
  1617. ...leman’s name we presume he is a missionary to the Chinese... "Camera”: Don’t spoil good paper by writing bo...
  1618. ... by the middle classes A universal boycott of the Chinese is meditated in California by the white workmen M...
  1619. ...struction of the Palmerston-Pine Creek railway by Chinese labour. “ Wo are Freetrade—yes, we are staunch an...
  1620. ...he difficulty of protesting against the employ of Chinese and still keeping fast hold of the old commercial...
  1621. ...tion of all parties and a great danger averted. 4 Chinese Charity. ‘At Redfern Court, before Mr. Yates, D.8...
  1622. ...u, we don’t want you, and won’t have you at all.” Chinese charities, forsooth! Chinese giving the net gain ...
  1623. ...’t have you at all.” Chinese charities, forsooth! Chinese giving the net gain of some outlandish performanc...
  1624. ...formance to the Melbourne Wo- men’s Hospital! The Chinese have piped, and the white fools have danced, and ...
  1625. ... the curse of Ham is the only proper heritage ? ” Chinese charity! Are we indeed fallen so low ? If we perm...
  1626. ...n? Nothing much to the money-grubber. Only a semi-Chinese social condition, the hands upon the dial of Euro...
  1627. ...nly, but polluted at the source. We are ruined by Chinese cheap labour. Yes, and we are polluted by Chinese...
  1628. ...Chinese cheap labour. Yes, and we are polluted by Chinese charity, and Bill Nye was perfectly right; and wo...
  1629. ...up to say about £2O per skeleton, on every box of Chinese bones exported from Australia to the Flowery Land...
  1630. ...ction of Point Nepean its beautiful collection of Chinese lepers. Long standing residents of the district h...
  1631. ...concile us to being hanged, it would be to have a Chinese Judge condemn us and watoh him putting on the bla...
  1632. ...erley goldfields prove payable, their proximty to Chinese ports will bring the yellow man in thousands. Say...
  1633. ...llow it to become a focus for the accumulation of Chinese filth and villainy there.” Further tests of bayon...
  1634. ... one end of the boat was lighted up with numerous Chinese lanterns, which, however, paled into insignifican...
  1635. ...ns on any Government work. And In South Australia Chinese are to be imported in thousands to build a Govern...
  1636. ...instead of the everlasting—though most piotureque—Chinese lanterns, was a great achievement, and proved a p...
  1637. ...t ‘‘we are utterly wrong in our references to the Chinese question as it affects North and South Queensland...
  1638. ...s it affects North and South Queensland. That the Chinese are hated in the South, but more popular in the N...
  1639. ... in the North the San Francisco resolution, “ The Chinese must go ” must soon be the watch- word....” Bombo...
  1640. ... .the German help to China during the late Franco-Chinese war? Wrong. It is because Cooktown so seldom sees...
  1641. ...upply of the exhausted tea-leaves thrown out from Chinese restaurants, and for which importers here some- t...
  1642. ...stand upon his hind legs and think. This is not a Chinese proverb, but it ought to be one, and it is sugges...
  1643. ...stood to be a nephew of tbat illustrious crank. “ Chinese ” Gordon, and has gained some notoriety—it is eas...
  1644. ...nt wrong in some way and would not work. However, Chinese lanterns were pressed into the service, and, as u...
  1645. ...d the Salvation major to hold knee drill, and the Chinese Tossman to burn coloured lights, and the abori- g...
  1646. ...oore. And the intensely amusing topical Farce the CHINESE QUESTION. The Williamsons in their original chara...
  1647. ...egan and souaded exceedingly like an explosion of Chinese crackers. I had been reading the leading articles...
  1648. ...e Queensland Ex- ecutive is going to hang another Chinese murderer, Wong Tong, who will swing next Monday. ...
  1649. ...oore. And the intensely amusing topical Farce the CHINESE QUKBTION. The Williamsons in their original chara...
  1650. ...he performance wound up with a farce called “ The Chinese Question.” It is thin, but the imitation given by...
  1651. ...iewing the housemaid over the back-fence when the Chinese cook was absent—had the Ce lestial been present h...
  1652. ...sked the landlord as he handed the bottles to his Chinese cook. “ All li; me plenty savee; gleenglage,” And...
  1653. ...main question is that the sugar planters want the Chinese, and that, as the latter can become naturalised a...
  1654. ...cription among the Clan Gordon for a statue to *• Chinese” Gordon has realised under £5OO A book called "Le...
  1655. ...oore. And the intensely amusing topical Farce the CHINESE QUBBTION. The Williamsons in their original chara...
  1656. ...e room was becomingly lighted with varieus shaped Chinese lanterns. White dresses were most conspicuous. A ...
  1657. ... night, and was caught by his feet. The life of a Chinese journalist is very precarious. Wongtzi, a yellow ...
  1658. ...oore. And the intensely amusing topical Farce the CHINESE QUESTION. The Williamsons in their orginal charac...
  1659. ...gest as a startling novelty the Introduction of a Chinese bones or some suoh variation, as a change on the ...
  1660. ...oore. And the intensely amusing topical Farce the CHINESE QOESTION. The Williamsons in their original chara...
  1661. ... on to enclosed verandahs, lighted with the usual Chinese lan- terns, with a refreshment-room conveniently ...
  1662. ... tie,” “illumined by cuffs just returned from the Chinese laundry,” "lighted by the glare of his soleless b...
  1663. ...hat's one thing a '’is R wgjgr .»«.•& ) about the Chinese. They are not particular, but are willing o do an...
  1664. ...n a sedate English Premier. This lie appears in a Chinese paper, so it is probably the work of some Mongol ...
  1665. ...ism, Circassian WomaD, Living Skeletons, Indians, Chinese, Japanete, Poultry Shows, Irish Giris and Boys, &...
  1666. ...e extinct, has bien discovered in Tasman'a, and a Chinese mis- sionary, accompanied by a few amateur scient...
  1667. ...hospital.” lam now satisfied from experience that Chinese leprosy, anyhow, is associated with Chinese fish-...
  1668. ... that Chinese leprosy, anyhow, is associated with Chinese fish-eating, and that it is non-contagious, and b...
  1669. ... was fussing around. The old man had mistaken the Chinese philanthropist, Presbyterian, and vocalist. Mr. Q...
  1670. ...ralian journal suggests as a means of meeting the Chinese difficulty to abolish the poll-tax now levied and...
  1671. ...m, Circassian Woman, Living Skeleton 0 , Indians, Chinese. Japanese, Poultry Shows. Irish Girls and Boys, &...
  1672. ... Alfred Boothman, the Communist; Mr. Leston, as a Chinese cook, who makes rabbit-pie out of cats; and Mr. T...
  1673. ...ns, at a future time, if competition with Lascar, Chinese, and nigger-manned steamers should again imperil ...
  1674. ...he same reasons which justified the" expulsion of Chinese from the A.S.N. boats’ will also be capable of su...
  1675. ...porting the seamen in their objection to allowing Chinese and Lascars to compete with them in other vessels...
  1676. ...in order to keep the Day of Rest unbroken...'.One Chinese firm alODe will next year grow on the Daintree Ri...
  1677. ...At 12 hours' notioe we could now procure 500 idle Chinese In Palmerston at a wage of 2s. per day, and many ...
  1678. ..., and he is ordered to appear for sentence..... A Chinese leper has been quarantined in Bundaberg (Q.). The...
  1679. ...at the men who threw out the bill to poll-tax the Chinese in South Australia and the Northern Territory, we...
  1680. ...gkong, “loyalty” appears to be exuding from every Chinese pore. Even our yel- low brother. Hi Yah, who driv...
  1681. ... it would be necessary to resort to Portuguese or Chinese coin- age to find a piece of money which would re...
  1682. ...(Q.), the blacks have killed and partly eaten two Chinese. Even a Chinaman is of some use in this world. He...
  1683. ...kingdom of Heaven! The New York world boasts of a Chinese re- porter—Wong Ching Foo. He is 33 years of age,...
  1684. ...dence offers a home to tbe aged and infirm, but a Chinese Joss-skeleton could hardly (according tothe old w...
  1685. ... with recriminations from Chung Fat, the ennobled Chinese washerman from the Far East. And on the other han...
  1686. ...cy in the British dominions.   PLAIN ENGLISH “The Chinese Mnst Go.” The Bulletin indictment of the Chinese ...
  1687. ... Chinese Mnst Go.” The Bulletin indictment of the Chinese appears in this week’s issue. From that account i...
  1688. ... revolution of the social system. The majority of Chinese coming to Aus- tralia are simply and literally sl...
  1689. ...ces as of all usefulness to the community. Give a Chinese labourer a three-roomed house to himself, and a w...
  1690. ...er by any honest labour. In Sydney there are some Chinese, other than the proprietors of stores—stores ofte...
  1691. ...ould be leas danger of evil from the existence of Chinese in our midst if people were aware of the mode of ...
  1692. ...o in America ; ’Frisco, with her oolony of 70,000 Chinese has at lest decided that absolute expulsion is th...
  1693. ... that absolute expulsion is the only remedy. “The Chinese must go!” is her motto, and that decision must be...
  1694. ...Alien Act must be at once repealed to prevent the Chinese from acquiring freeholds: known gamblers, burg- l...
  1695. ...at least find it not worth while to remain. “ The Chinese must go I ” Let this once be resolved, and the me...
  1696. ...a tramp made a regular practice of sitting on the Chinese graves and help'ng himself to the pork, fowl, and...
  1697. ...d blasted of a bush of hair which made us think a Chinese washimr-bill had taken root on the top of her hea...
  1698. ...ING. (A BIT OF REALISTIC ART, A LA BARNET).   THE CHINESE IN AUSTRALA Their Vices and Their Victims. Diseas...
  1699. ... —these are the Indispensable adjuncts which make Chinese camps and quarters loathsome to the senses and fa...
  1700. ...f civilised nations. What- ever neighbourhood the Chinese choose for the curse of their presence forthwith ...
  1701. ...ease bred in the dark, and filthy dens, where the Chinese reck'ess.y crowd, aDd where they allure the vie'i...
  1702. ...h are some of tbe results ol tbe existence of tbe Chinese Devil-fish in tbe citiss and towns of Aust alia S...
  1703. ...To set down, as we propose, a lew tsets about tbe Chinese in Sydney .(necessarily entails a charge ol seDsa...
  1704. ...nths we have been col- lecting information of the Chinese, aDd visiting them in tbeir most secret, and ther...
  1705. ...y—a calamity horrid 8 /’ ev 'jy day as lug an the Chinese hordes are allowed to defile ibis lair city-a Dec...
  1706. ... prostitutes and 36 women "mar ned to Chinamen 26 Chinese return themselves finh? r b 6 f ’ ar , d 193 sB ,...
  1707. ... borders on the impn bable. ,v 7! be 7»,7rj * be .Chinese settle In .Australia their ch ef incustry is the ...
  1708. ...rything is repellant, every- thing vile about the Chinese fan-tan dives. There is the heavy-bodied leering ...
  1709. ...oom, reek- ing with the odour of opium, fish-oi), Chinese cookery, sewerage, and all manner of muck—all the...
  1710. ...orked out their own enfranchise- ment. He imports Chinese women sometimes and sells them (asone was6old a f...
  1711. ...ires nothing more. For all practical purposes the Chinese are as independent of Australian authority as the...
  1712. ...act their business in that covert manner at which Chinese are adepts. It is absurd to suppose that the poli...
  1713. ...ntained in the Acts relating to gambling. And tbe Chinese have another means of self- ?rotection against th...
  1714. ...very objeo- tionable feature was magnified as the Chinese population became more dense; snd now, as a final...
  1715. ... Chinaman adapts his surroundings to himself. The Chinese camps and colonies all over Australia, from Cape ...
  1716. ...e stop short of no crime to obtain opium, and the Chinese, knowirg this, look upon one of their own country...
  1717. ...ck there are lanep, slums, and alleys tenanted by Chinese where the practice of immorality and the worship ...
  1718. ..., sneus capable of Bout. But a description of the Chinese quarter would be incomplete without an allusion t...
  1719. ...panionship also is occasionally pleasant. And the Chinese In suburban vegetable-farms are n- ceedugly hospi...
  1720. ... or goods is rarely repaid. The emissaries of the Chinese creditor remind the debtor of the obligation, and...
  1721. ...uction Thus the female European population in the Chinese quarter is maintained, nom*times mere school-chil...
  1722. ...oys and nick-nacks which are new and strange. Tbe Chinese, with calculating ge-erosity, give presents, whic...
  1723. ...hatever must effect the absolute expulsion of the Chinese Devil fish. So long as he remains, so long also w...
  1724. ...this evil o»ntinue. Repression is impossible ; if Chinese vioes be penalised, they will still continue to b...
  1725. ...Pekin’s walls.” Even If the vile instincts of the Chinese labourer were not unalterably fixed, his lack of ...
  1726. ...y and moderate comfort. But the weaker and stupid Chinese cannot da the work of a white man, be- cause he i...
  1727. ... * Such are some of the features and results of a Chinese oamp or quarter, and the descrip- tions and obser...
  1728. ...ith hundreds of others in the melting-pot of some Chinese town. That is if it be an Australian-coined sover...
  1729. ...of English ooinage. Prior to the departure of the Chinese mail-boat, the Chinamen who have determined to de...
  1730. ...rn to their own homes, go to some of the banks or Chinese merchants, and, handing over their hoarded notes ...
  1731. ...t thereby. And if it be asked what equivalent the Chinese render for this yearly tribute, the answer would ...
  1732. ...Mercury has as- certained that Mr Quong Tart, the Chinese philan- thropist, of Sydney, is of Scottish desce...
  1733. ...his attire. His name was M'Pherson, equivalent in Chinese to Hong Chew, but ne was immediately dubbed “ Tar...
  1734. ...mperial Canaway is writing a pam- nhlet about the Chinese. If he favours their con- tinuance here, there is...
  1735. ...nted on a variety of different papers-note paper, Chinese paper, andi coarse brown paper, on account of the...
  1736. ... inches of music down the performer's throat. The Chinese must go, and this man must go with them, for he t...
  1737. ...arliament, seems to us to be as men- daolous as a Chinese leper, and when he adds that Divine Providenoe ma...
  1738. ...nian Head Centre. In the worst room of the lowest Chinese crib in Sydney the prayer, “ God bless our Home, ...
  1739. ...est i made. The interesting question Is, who told Chinese that a raid was fixed for that night? Jnder motio...
  1740. ....B.W. Assembly Mr. Chanter idea to The Bulletin's Chinese article in the st commendatory terms. Interrupted...
  1741. ... columns. The articles are credit to the paper. ) Chinese were as bad as described, and an ;olerable disgra...
  1742. ...would, in some cases, be to the ad- ,ntage of the Chinese. It Is worth noticing that e Sydney Herald merely...
  1743. ...have received nalf-a-mile of petition against the Chinese. It is hard to believe that King Ludwig, of Bavar...
  1744. ...onoerning the horrible brutality of some of these Chinese cabbage-hawkers.... “New Guinea”: Will work them ...
  1745. .... THE BULLETIN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 188(5. The Chinese Invasion of Australia. The Mongolian in Australia...
  1746. ... writings of their sages of 20 centuries ago, the Chinese are unique among nations in that they have not ad...
  1747. ...f her ever increasing millions. The appliances of Chinese agriculture are such as sufficed before the Chris...
  1748. ...before the Christian era dawned upon Europe ; and Chinese com- merce has not expanded in response to the re...
  1749. ...r was the sure result. Thus the lowest classes of Chinese especially—the classes which, speak- ing generall...
  1750. ...es thus explains the disabilities under which the Chinese are placed in their competition with Australians ...
  1751. ...nnot compete man for man with the whites that the Chinese are ob- liged to form themselves into a species o...
  1752. ...itizens generally there would be less harm in the Chinese invasion, for they might ultimately come to be co...
  1753. ...e State, it is doubtful whether the scattering of Chinese through the community would not be a still greate...
  1754. ...the dangers consequent upon a continued influx of Chinese, is the worst feature of the case. Similar ignora...
  1755. ...ad, until, at length, when the resolu- tion—“ The Chinese must go”—obtained the full support of nineteen-tw...
  1756. ...rtain, and in the main, illegal. In that city the Chinese settled much as they have done in Sydney ; at fir...
  1757. ...ficulty in getting tenants for buildings near the Chinese quarter, the aliens were enabled to buy up more h...
  1758. ...alue, and so the colony spread. No sooner had the Chinese obtained freeholds than they began to alter the p...
  1759. ...bterranean galleries or passages, connecting each Chinese house with the others, was effected, so that now ...
  1760. ...r respect is evinced for local law. And from this Chinese quarter, slave labour stretches forth a grimy sin...
  1761. ...hose citizens who formerly were free. Over 70,000 Chinese now inhabit this quarter in San Francisco, for hu...
  1762. ...ely con- vict the perpetrators of outrages on the Chinese. Jurors seem to consider that, as these aliens ac...
  1763. ... are brought into common use. * * * To permit the Chinese to remain as they are in Australia, or to use hal...
  1764. ...ects. Australians now have the power to expel the Chinese, but so far do not seem to have the wish : in a f...
  1765. ...reme urgency. A sentimental objection to treating Chinese differently to other immigrants to the colonies m...
  1766. ... be accounted as lost to the criminal and sensual Chinese. PLAIN ENGLISH. Ajax Skips. Sydney Daily Telegrap...
  1767. ...cation of The Bulletin’s article con- cerning the Chinese in Australia has made the question a prominent on...
  1768. ...us acknowledging the truth of our descriptions of Chinese habits and customs, and asserting that the facts ...
  1769. ... own personal knowledge of the gross brutality of Chinese vegetable-hawkers and work- men. To those who com...
  1770. ...on- strated by cheap denunciations of the immoral Chinese,” “cheap morality,” “moral priggish- ness,” “ can...
  1771. ...olianism. But, while specially plead- ing for the Chinese, the 1). T. admits that The Bulletin’s charges of...
  1772. ...dies and Parliamentary scenes, are worse than the Chinese. This peculiar defence goes to prove that we were...
  1773. ...g the attitude of the D.T. with regard to bestial Chinese to be similar to that of lawyer and client; the b...
  1774. ...eason why some persons are willing to welcome the Chinese, with all their filth and crime, is that the labo...
  1775. ...elegraph mind, all the social evils for which the Chinese are responsible can be overlooked so long as the ...
  1776. ... are inclined to concede in favour of some of the Chinese, that with all their sins they are really not muc...
  1777. ...s used on various occasions. It was used when Sir Chinese Parjkes and others had been damaging the Ministry...
  1778. ... seems correct enough. The rea danger is that the Chinese evil may be tolerated until it becomes absolutely...
  1779. ...” (Armidale): We are knee-deep in articles on the Chinese Question just now.. Tinonee ’: Your joke would pr...
  1780. ... continue to oppose Pro- tection, to befriend the Chinese and other Orangemen to advocate Imperial Federati...
  1781. ...ity of your statements we could not print even in Chinese, but will notice a few items “ \our questions con...
  1782. ...ecretary Dibbs has been accused of a love for the Chinese, ho is now their most prominent and relentless fo...
  1783. ...   A RELIGIOUS OBSERVANCE. “The Newcastle (N.S.W) Chinese have just celebrated their great annual religious...
  1784. ...re be in its teaching ! A little knowledge on the Chinese question, a little practical examination of the i...
  1785. ...bring colonial criminal laws into accord with the Chinese code the better. It would be a mag- nificent idea...
  1786. ...t Johnny Ah Poo wrote the preceding leader on the Chinese question “Inquirer”: It is entirely a matter of o...
  1787. ...trick Jennings, who is often accused of employing Chinese cheap labour, to state that, whereas his neighbou...
  1788. ... the main items of which are the construction, by Chinese labour, of a great wall 40 feet high around the c...
  1789. ...nd. * * * The much-advertised Mr. Quong Tart, the Chinese merchant-philanthropist, has at length fallen a v...
  1790. ... sober. A Sydney Anglican parson asserts that the Chinese “ learn all their vices from Australian larrikins...
  1791. ...on a helpless girl in Moore Park, it drags in the Chinese question and as much as says that because the out...
  1792. ...ve such that is no reason why we should allow the Chinese to evade and defy our criminal laws, or swell our...
  1793. ...er so much worse by reason of the presence of the Chinese. After all the question is not so much a question...
  1794. ...its wealth is the birthright of white people. The Chinese bring no capital into the country, and they take ...
  1795. ...untry round here looks as green and as fresh as a Chinese garden,” writes a back-blocks editor. The editor ...
  1796. ...mself, we suppose, looks as yellow and fresh as a Chinese gardener.... Twenty-six Chinese gamblers fined 70...
  1797. ...ow and fresh as a Chinese gardener.... Twenty-six Chinese gamblers fined 70s. each at Townsville Says the R...
  1798. ...nced men who sit in judgment on defaulters. Every Chinese landowner or occupier who neglects to cultivate h...
  1799. ...CLOCK TUESDAY ALL LI. ME MAKE LEDDY ALL LI.” “The Chinese dens were raided last night, but no gambling was ...
  1800. ...nce from the other side of the Channel. The great Chinese festival of ‘ ‘ hunting the devil” has just come ...
  1801. ...ll the vices already proved to be inherent in the Chinese. But the police court proceedings ripped the edit...
  1802. ... / Williams : We adhere to our statement that the Chinese take £6OO-000 of solid capital from the colony an...
  1803. ...tials, then the balance of trade, gold shipped by Chinese firms to pay for tea imported without correspondi...
  1804. ...here is “no great moving cause or impulse for the Chinese to emigrate.” The tom-tom immediate y. Speaking o...
  1805. ...e of Kimberley. Price, Government resident, has a Chinese cook. The other day that dingy Asiatic was at wor...
  1806. ... long been compelled to let part of the ground to Chinese gardeners, whose presence would spoil even Para- ...
  1807. ...while walking in classic Sussex - street near the Chinese quarter, she was hailed by a philanthropic cabman...
  1808. ...ich is protected from fraud by registration. “The Chinese Church at Botany is making great strides." —Sydne...
  1809. ...opy of the Bible and ultimately finding it in the Chinese camp is a hoary jibe at white hypocrisy....“ Burd...
  1810. ... the value of £5.” What a hungry, Nebuchadnezzar! Chinese shearers and rouse- abouts have been employed on ...
  1811. ...n than a mantle made of the skin of a Russian fox Chinese merchants are flocking into Burmah. A dead heat b...
  1812. ... Pepper And Salt r . The swiftest solution of the Chinese trouble has been found in the American town of Re...
  1813. ...white man’s millennium is just about to boom. The Chinese must go, and Bridget’s the ger-ril to start them ...
  1814. ... their victuals fading away till they looked like Chinese perspective, used hungry western cusses under the...
  1815. ...ed us over a generation ago to force opium on the Chinese at the bayonet’s point is to-day engaged in “paci...
  1816. ... have got the empathy of all who knew them, and a Chinese will keep his eye on fan-tan and i )a £-a-pu swin...
  1817. ... man’s pocket The boycott is to be applied to the Chinese working on N.Q. mines. A diners’ Union for this p...
  1818. ...the bud.” At Port Darwin the shrivelled, witherec Chinese curse is beginning to show fight. Th poll-tax has...
  1819. ...ll combined seem unable to note the smells of the Chinese quarter in Lower George-street. Yet when we sniff...
  1820. ... peculiar to the country. The daily pittance of a Chinese or an Indian labourer would not stand an Australi...
  1821. ...ey”; All to hand. Are working up your ideas in re Chinese and railway-opening “ H.D.M.”: Thanks; the subjec...
  1822. ... have to find seven-eighths of the poor-rate.” 28 Chinese gamblers arrested at Charters Towers were jammed ...
  1823. ...d out in the Assembly at Wellington that the 5000 Chinese then in the The following extract re Sunday footb...
  1824. ... under- stood, now tells all his funny stories in Chinese. Truth says Bishop Moorhouse originally intended ...
  1825. ... may he ; the title is about equiva- lent to that Chinese distinction which looks like a cat having a fit i...
  1826. ...The Eight Hour banquet. Queensland Times boasts a Chinese sub- scriber. Poor John evidently can’t read. N.S...
  1827. ...ndac ,ty. ...“O. Tipple”: Puzzles us worse than a Chinese insolvent’s edger would. Ia any case we could not...
  1828. ...rified their atmosphere ” by the expulsion of the Chinese....... The petition for the release from gaol of ...
  1829. ...paid up, and the war- rant has been withdrawn The Chinese Ques- tion—Want ee cabbagee, missee ? An intere3t...
  1830. ... that Ah Moon, of Townsville, has joined the Anti-Chinese League, and paid his subscription. When the time ...
  1831. ...n Question in Australia—What shall we do with the Chinese ? “Dissolve! Dissolve!” shrieks the E. News. We d...
  1832. ...eener over it than when they are beating down the Chinese vegetable-man at the back door. It is now the fas...
  1833. ...ipe dress, stylish white Rat. /'Mrs. .Wise, white Chinese silk, with amber satin sash!" Mrs, Joseph, handso...
  1834. ... paper. THE BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1886. Chinese Slaves in South Australia. At the very time when ...
  1835. ...y colonist. We ref to the assisted immigration of Chinese in South Australia for the purpose of construe; i...
  1836. ...re o gome £60,000 of loan money. “Austral for the Chinese,” is the motto of the Ministr of South Australia....
  1837. ...n. With regard to this evil greater than war, the Chinese invasion, Im perial Federation would be worse tha...
  1838. ...stion ; ports could be ab- solutely closed to the Chinese, and the whole- sale importation of slave labour ...
  1839. ...efence against all foreign enemies, including the Chinese, is to be found in independence and federation of...
  1840. ...in the light of recent information concerning the Chinese labourers. On this point the straightly and stron...
  1841. ...formation. From its recent issues we gather that (Chinese labour is entirely controlled by local agents who...
  1842. ...lled for tenders, and the agents offered over 300 Chinese at wages ranging from 3s. 4d. to 4s. (Id. per die...
  1843. ...ent in Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Sydney, Chinese slaves and labourers con- tinue to obtain constan...
  1844. ...on with the Unemployed. This is the effect of the Chinese cheap labour in the present. From its wholesale e...
  1845. ...* * * It is not in the matter of wages alone that Chinese labour is advantaged. There is be- sides this the...
  1846. ...age decided upon by their all-powerful agent. The Chinese labourers are like “ dumb driven cattle ” : their...
  1847. ...tralian Govern- ment, in preferring the labour of Chinese to that of their own men, are simply acting upon ...
  1848. ...not over-estimating the importance of this use of Chinese slave labour in South Australia to say that it do...
  1849. ...force of all that we have hitherto written on the Chinese question by lending additional terrors to the evi...
  1850. ...in the form of Protection, and compulsion by anti-Chinese legislation are both required. If they are not pr...
  1851. ...outh Wales, who will all ultimately suffer by the Chinese in- vasion, if it be allowed to continue, will on...
  1852. ... in positions where they are about as useful as a Chinese idol in a synagogue. I ho fleet now chiefly consi...
  1853. ...—♦ A HERALD'reporter, who has visited some of the Chinese furniture-shops in Sydney and the suburbs, declar...
  1854. ...rbs, declares in a lengthy article that about 500 Chinese are employed in cabinet-making at an average wage...
  1855. ...d man, has got most of his infor- mation from the Chinese themselves, and seems not to' have been aware of ...
  1856. ...ed Mongol predominates, sug- gests the idea. that Chinese cheap burglary has been introduced into Australia...
  1857. .... directorate, did not vote for the employment of Chinese. He voted against it, but was over-ruled by a maj...
  1858. ...gold-mine for a huge sum proposes to work it with Chinese labour only. The whites, however, are beginning t...
  1859. ...nace the economists would say, “leave that to the Chinese, where labour is so cheap and nature so prodigal....
  1860. ...g fight that had ,°®. n struck by lightning, or a Chinese sermon elivered at midnight in a damp cemetery, o...
  1861. ...ortrait of Sir Henry Parkes has been painted by a Chinese artist.” -Sydney Daity Poper of equipment and org...
  1862. ...bably hud himself driven out of the market by the Chinese who in several important trades have supplanted t...
  1863. ...cabinet-making, andl furniture traa.es, which the Chinese are able to monopolism owing to the long hours th...
  1864. ...nder the heading ‘ 1 another royal kitten.”   The Chinese Petition. PLAYED-OUT WHITEMAN; “QUITE RIGHT, JOHN...
  1865. ...kroach-tourn- aments cause much excitement in the Chinese quarter at San Francisco. One Quong, a cockroach ...
  1866. ... why, in the name of common sense, won’t they let Chinese and Africans do the work that they won’t do ? All...
  1867. ...alia for the white man,” is the motto of the Anti-Chinese League of Queensland. The local suspension of the...
  1868. ...woman—and now the infant has developed distinctly Chinese features, and shows a striking resemblance to Cho...
  1869. ... make Mr. Ireland pay for the rearing of the semi-Chinese babe, and the victim desires to know if the white...
  1870. ...o son then puu l ments should do so likewise. The Chinese i° ago grasped this great principle, and ' vv^ell...
  1871. ... had risen to 881 acres. Since the passing of the Chinese Restric- tion Act of 1882, the number of these al...
  1872. ...lee.” No pig was roasted in Tack Sue’s honour, no Chinese tears watered his grave. It was remarked that ver...
  1873. ... QUESTION OF DECENCY.” PLAIN ENGLISH. Boycott the Chinese! It ia a melancholy fact that the Chinese are chi...
  1874. ...ott the Chinese! It ia a melancholy fact that the Chinese are chiefly supported in Australia by that class ...
  1875. ...t is the labouring classes who make trade for the Chinese labourers, whether these latter are furni- ture m...
  1876. ...od by daily labour : bereft of such patronage the Chinese retail shops would close at once, the gardens be ...
  1877. ...g to abstain he would likewise keep away from the Chinese shops, and help to starve the enemy out, but to r...
  1878. ...nction may be made between those w'ho are for the Chinese, and those who are against them. In the United St...
  1879. ...s severe has been taken in the way suggested. The Chinese shops are watched and purchasers registered on a ...
  1880. ...Labour from bondage to liberty. The supporters of Chinese are considered as “ blacklegs,” and social enemie...
  1881. ...daily opened in Sydney and the country towns, and Chinese labourers continually come to closer quarters wit...
  1882. ... quarters with their Australian competitors. Once Chinese were only employed on stations as cooks, and that...
  1883. ...our. Land has been secured in Woolloomooloo for a Chinese laundry, and oigar-making and boot-making are sho...
  1884. ...and boot-making are shortly to be “ assisted ” by Chinese labour Only a few days since when a lawn-tennis g...
  1885. ...its ugliest name—there must be a “boycott” of the Chinese, and of those who buy their goods or their labour...
  1886. ...e trouble was a coloured gal.” At an inquest on a Chinese flro-eater, Charters Towers (Q.), fl ve boxes of ...
  1887. ... no balance of any kind left. The Charters Towers Chinese petition that, “ although an Asiatic sun burnt on...
  1888. ... the sapient reporter put it down as “evidently a Chinese oath.” There are 36 gods in tho Mongol Pantheon, ...
  1889. ...ho considered it iniquitous to force opium on the Chinese at the bayonet’s point, these unfortunate adjecti...
  1890. ...im. Till   we fear he must—unless the Jews or the Chinese siltecrib’e the pfice of a statue of him—go witho...
  1891. ...the days whan David was lumping coal there was no Chinese competition worth speaking of, and when Providenc...
  1892. ... kept up until the small hours BRIEF MENTION. The Chinese question —Fine cabbagee ? A real Colonial Exhibit...
  1893.  
  1894. 1887
  1895. ...ting against the granting of driver’s licenses to Chinese. A resolution, approving the righteous protest, h...
  1896. ...facto. Demosthenes Palmer is the name of the Anti-Chinese Sec. at Cooktown (Q.) He is, in all human probabi...
  1897. ...w. Aus- ne. Two of the brothers in converting the Chinese might take advantage of the aborigines. “ Women o...
  1898. ...ed, the camp was incon- tinently abandoned to the Chinese cook, much to the dismay of that celestial worthy...
  1899. ...Victoria, is conspicuous, in connection wit?, the Chinese mission. Good. The average afinu b^*at$ mPt Cliow...
  1900. ...sting against toe granting of drier's licenses to Chinese. A resolution, approving to* righteous protest, b...
  1901. ...en de Demosthenes Palmer.is the name of tlio Anti-Chinese B*c. at Cooktown (Q.) He Is, in all human probabi...
  1902. ...ed, the camp was Incon- tinently abandoned to the Chinese cook, much "to tho dismay of that oelestlal worth...
  1903. ...y had ever understood the nature and depth of the Chinese plague in Sydney is too ridiculous a supposition ...
  1904. ...is, however, do we know. Since his mission to the Chinese the Primate has developed, if not acquired, Chine...
  1905. ...inese the Primate has developed, if not acquired, Chinese proclivi- ties. The ordinary Chinaman becomes sic...
  1906. ...■when suddenly they came on acart containing five Chinese and drawm by the wreck of an old hair trunk on fo...
  1907. ... is the new battle-cry. Low Koon is the name of a Chinese gambler convicted at Normanton (Q.) There is some...
  1908. ...hough he has made people very ill indeed The only Chinese subscriber to theCooktown Independent has withdra...
  1909. ... now ! ” Up North it has been discovered that the Chinese are manuring their gardens with tho re- mains of ...
  1910. ... Freetrade and Independence. In Cooktown (Q.) the Chinese municipal vote holds the balance of power, so tha...
  1911. ...hoice of C'hinkies. There will soon probably be a Chinese Mayor. S. M.: “Have you anything to say?” Crimina...
  1912. ...y had ever understood the nature and depth of the Chinese plague in Sydney is too ridiculous a supposition ...
  1913. ...eplorable. People who knew the condi- tion of the Chinese before the time of the Anglican mission and who c...
  1914. ...is, howevor, do wc know. Sinco his mission to the Chinese the Primate has developed, if not acquired, Chine...
  1915. ...inese the Primate has developed, if not acquired, Chinese proclivi- ties. The ordinary Chinaman becomes sic...
  1916. ...can be converted into a table with less labour by Chinese in Hong Kong than if made by Aus- tralians in Syd...
  1917. ...ney; the fact is notorious that English cloth and Chinese furniture can be imported and exchanged for a low...
  1918. ...er remuneration accepted by the English weaver or Chinese carpenter perverts the ultimate effect of this na...
  1919. ...emarkably cheerful articles on thel ject of “ The Chinese Hell." The par \\l takes our fancy most says : I ...
  1920. ...n the fun begins again tic novo. No® know why the Chinese live such moral® reputable livos. S   Premier bal...
  1921. ...can be converted into a table with less labour by Chinese in Hong Hong than if made by Aus- tralians in Syd...
  1922. ...dney; the fact is notorious that English doth and Chinese furniture can be imported and exchanged for a low...
  1923. ...er remuneration accepted by the English weaver or Chinese carpenter pervorta the ultimate effect of this na...
  1924. ... am*, create no unpleasant bother afterwards. The Chinese-a raoe who arc making gratifying advahees In civi...
  1925. .... Bp can feed and rim he bin..-elf <.n Ta k about Chinese ehcap laboul imme.lia’.c danger in Iter Maj.mC in...
  1926. ...ar attempted to give a square answer to question. Chinese question is evidently being HBvcd in America with...
  1927. ...d con- tribute very much to the conversion of the Chinese.” Good Heavens! who can write plate enough Englis...
  1928. ...ollector may call here for a subscription for our Chinese brother. We shall not be in. Hon. Pat. Buckley, C...
  1929. ...iend, the Melbourne Hospital, are doomed, all the Chinese residents, from the unctuous city mer- chant down...
  1930. ...after all. We have a few things to learn from the Chinese yet. Ore of them is how to deal with gentlemen wh...
  1931. ...rom acting this way. If it took a lessen from the Chinese the three-million deficit would soon be turned in...
  1932. ..., a market, helpless in face of slop, pauper, and Chinese and Indian labour, when with isir almost compulso...
  1933. ...s carried away by the floods at Ipswich (Q.). The Chinese must go- On clit that the affairs of a certain “ ...
  1934. ...d American monster has been caught trying to ship Chinese idiots to Australia He had about 100 in hand in a...
  1935. ...t they couldn’t even be trusted to blow their own Chinese noses. At every East Sydney Election there is an ...
  1936. ...the soil—the robbery of generations yet unborn—in Chinese labour, Colonial Peerages, and Blood and Glory ; ...
  1937. ...ement should go armed with a blunt meat-axe and a Chinese lantern. ** * * • “Nell Gwynne ” is going on at S...
  1938. ...are that the vilest blot upon British histoiy Hie Chinese opium-war—was undertaken in the interests of Free...
  1939. ...of approach- ing danger on every hand. Even now a Chinese army of imknown strength is reported to be pour- ...
  1940. ...* * # Sydney Gaiety is still run on somethinglike Chinese principles, with an amount of success which is ca...
  1941. ...principles in question, we may explain that, in a Chinese theatre, a siege is depicted by planting a kitche...
  1942. ...im. He is generally asked if he is Orange or anti Chinese, or something, and if he isn’t he is smote on the...
  1943. ...already to be sensible of either hope or fear 219 Chinese are working on Clermont gold-field. Yet only 64 m...
  1944. ...The Attorney-General would only pay for tea A new Chinese Joss-house has been consecrated with many cracker...
  1945. ..., MARCH 13, 1887. Price., 6d. The Queensland Anti-Chinese Wall. A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. “An anti-Chi...
  1946. ...ese Wall. A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. “An anti-Chinese meeting was held in the Town Hall, Brisbane, on S...
  1947. ...ns were passed in favour of the total stoppage of Chinese immigration, and that an annual tax be imposed on...
  1948. ...gration, and that an annual tax be imposed on all Chinese in Queensland, and a trade mark be placed on all ...
  1949. ... in Queensland, and a trade mark be placed on all Chinese goods ."—Brisbane Telegram.   THE BULLETIN. PUBLI...
  1950. ...o night.” * • • Ah Goon, an aged Celestial at the Chinese camp, Wangaratta (Vic.), when mooning about, lost...
  1951. ...rt to Queensland. But passing motions against the Chinese is very like the acceptance of a total abstinence...
  1952. ...nvoked, but we have a horrible suspicion that the Chinese question will not be finally settled until the ex...
  1953. ... of utilising the Yarra water. Why not rent it to Chinese gardeners ? As liquid manure it should fetch a hi...
  1954. ...ad-broke at Homburg, and there the baronet sees a Chinese Frenchman bobbing before a female and smiling his...
  1955. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. The public eye rejects as uninteresting more tha...
  1956. ...il is con- stantly on the increase. In 1866, 3092 Chinese arrived in the colony, all of whom were sup- pose...
  1957. ...le of buying naturalisation- papers from returned Chinese at Hongkong, and thereby came in on the cheap. In...
  1958. ...dy to hand from a dozen quarters....” V.F.W.D.’'; Chinese idea clever. Next week, probably “ A.C.” : We are...
  1959. ...d Polynesians, 1000 Samoans, Kotumahaus, Tongans, Chinese, and other nondescripts, and only 2000 Europeans—...
  1960. ...we confess, puzzled us, for we had to explore the Chinese quarter and give vent to whole dictionaries of pi...
  1961. .... The Vesper curse—the Sydney Evening Newsance: A Chinese leper has been haw king cabbagee at Rockhampton. ...
  1962. ...’s funeral if they could got the chance. The last Chinese New Year’s Day was celebrated in Townsville (Q ) ...
  1963. ...urrie, St. Kilda)—were all dressed alike in white Chinese silk and deep cream lace, and hats relieved by a ...
  1964. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. The public eye rejects as uninteresting more tha...
  1965. ...stly, Copeland is the man who stonewalled Parkes' Chinese Restriction Bill —a measure, which if it had not ...
  1966. ... year, aged 35, with a view to matrimonv.” If the Chinese nation were to pass in single file past a certain...
  1967. ...ast one sane action to celebrate her jubilee. The Chinese fleet is coming to Sydney, and a lot of fair, fas...
  1968. ...e is something very real and hide-lifting about a Chinese flog- ging, so that on the whole it is better to ...
  1969. ... in the eje and threw him out. They hunted up the Chinese cook, and asked him if he was ready to meet his J...
  1970. ...hese two frolicsome hoys are now in gaol, and the Chinese cook bids fair to bloom with his Joss in paradise...
  1971. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. The public eye rejects as uninteresting more tha...
  1972. ... do the washing and teach French ; a knowledge of Chinese would be considered an additional recommendation,...
  1973. ...tle (N.S.W.) by the arrival of a Mrs. Lee Tong, a Chinese lady, closely veiled. A local paper says, “Her da...
  1974. ... the Chita^ gf, fleet. At a late reception of the Chinese MinVi 3ter ’ ington the doors of the supper-room ...
  1975. ...n an hour because everything eatable was "gone. A Chinese servant seated at the d|™ r said, with a repressi...
  1976. ...bring the Empire into closer rela- tions with the Chinese nation, and the noble labours of the bankrupt Mor...
  1977. ...1 ’The results obtained under the Sew South Wales Chinese Restriction Act of 1881 form a striking commentar...
  1978. ...g in the Empire, and under the 10th clause of the Chinese Act the yellow British subject was expressly excl...
  1979. ...ause 11 further extended this freedom from tax to Chinese embassies, consequently the satisfaction of levyi...
  1980. ... without question or hindrance. Fully half of the Chinese who enter Austra- lian ports are provided with pa...
  1981. ...e will set in, sooner or later, another stream of Chinese immigrants directed towards the shores of Austral...
  1982. ..., and under the same 10th Clause of the Influx of Chinese Restriction Act their position will be as secure ...
  1983. ...me, as one day they will, the latter state of the Chinese settlements in Australia is likely to be worse th...
  1984. ...ither against the constantly-increasing stream of Chinese immigrants from Hong- kong nor against the inroad...
  1985. ...hiph will one day reach us via Rangoon, was. tips Chinese Restriction Act ever intended, apparently, to aff...
  1986. ...l Federation ever become an established fact, the Chinese question in Australia will enter upon a new phase...
  1987. ...he better subjugation of the conquered. * • • The Chinese Commission which is now visiting Australia has be...
  1988. ...thanks partly to the 11th clause of the Influx of Chinese Restriction Act. and partly to the respect which ...
  1989. ... received with respect and consideration. Wh* n a Chinese mission recently landed at San Francisco bound on...
  1990. ...ves would no doubt be desirable citizens, for the Chinese gentleman has few, if any, equals in honesty, ref...
  1991. ... Russian aggressions on the Affghan frontier, the Chinese are to be “turned on” against the Muscovite. It i...
  1992. ...o much for loyally in the capital of Britain. CHe Chinese in Australia seem to enjoy a larger benefit from ...
  1993. ...sky because he drinks that liqucr. But if you eat Chinese-grown lettuces, &c., without thoroughly washing t...
  1994. ... impoverished working classes of Maori- land. The Chinese have now completely driven the Eurepean market-ga...
  1995. ...ntinue to buy large quantities of vegetables from Chinese hawkers merely be- cause they are cheap, without ...
  1996. ...y and unwholesole such garbage must be Similarly, Chinese dealers have now almost entirely mono polised the...
  1997. ... of the leading streets of the city there we-e no Chinese shops, and owners of properties refused time afte...
  1998. ...par- ticular locality (Manners street) is full of Chinese shops, and the same process is going on all over ...
  1999. ...e same process is going on all over the city. The Chinese will soon have it all their own way, and the numb...
  2000. ...he tyrannous system of landlord ? sm. 2. That the Chinese leave and make room for only white im- migrants w...
  2001. ...to as- sistance, and that those whites who employ Chinese be taxed. 3. That when the Chinese de- i part, th...
  2002. ...tes who employ Chinese be taxed. 3. That when the Chinese de- i part, the whole colony be proclaimed a gold...
  2003. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. The public eye rejects as uninteresting more tha...
  2004. ...ods manufactured by half-pauperised Europeans, by Chinese who are highly paid at 3d per day in their own co...
  2005. ... contended that it was perfectly proper for a few Chinese slave mer- chants to appear personally before Par...
  2006. ...ckers were ex- ploded to kill a Czar, and all the Chinese delica cies of the season, includi' g those vari ...
  2007. ...ited 300 guests to revel over his nup- tials. The Chinese benedict oan afford to stag, “ Oh let us be joyfu...
  2008. ...ung Scotchman. General Wong Yung Ho and MrTTsing, Chinese Commissioners, have arrived in Sydney to find out...
  2009. ...steam-launch, and presented their cards, and as a Chinese card is a weighty concern which makes a man puff ...
  2010. ...thing to be gaped at, like an ourang- outang or a Chinese Commissioner. *# * * “ Lucrezia Borgia ” was revi...
  2011. ...ctorians, in disguise ? The members of the Sydney Chinese \.M,C.A. are forbidden to smoke opium, gamble, us...
  2012. ... long as there are heaven and earth there will be Chinese in Australia,” said Sir Quong Tart, K.C.M G . at ...
  2013. ...Australia,” said Sir Quong Tart, K.C.M G . at the Chinese Y.M.C. A. last week. We would ask what has gone w...
  2014. ...eceipt of Stamps or P.O Order. No. 1 Extra Strong Chinese Guns, Is. 6d. per dozen bundles. No. 1 Extra Stro...
  2015. ...RDAY, MAY 21, 1887. Prtcv 60. The Beal Boss. “The Chinese Commissioners paid an off[?] inl visit to the N.S...
  2016. ...ty political linen—it won’t wash 1 The poll-taxed Chinese of New South Wales are going to present a Jubilee...
  2017. ...he Sydney Daily Tele- graph of May 12—that on the Chinese Commis- sioners paying an official visit to the C...
  2018. ... many years ago. After the christening of the new Chinese Josshouse at Tenterfield (N.S.W.), the Chinkies o...
  2019. ...bayonets as by l he toughness of the Fenians. The Chinese Commissioners might en- lighten us upon one point...
  2020. ... gees right down to the back yard of an unsavoury Chinese fan-tan den in Sussex street. Sir Henry Parkes ta...
  2021. ...RADE RETRENCHMENT SUGGESTION. Why not utilise the Chinese, who work cheaply? Let Hung Fat he at once appoin...
  2022. ...everybody. Come and see or yourself.* Society The Chinese Commissioners are the very incarnation of the mos...
  2023. ...e pose of the figure is eminently suggestive of a Chinese opium- den. Surely the shapely damsels who do the...
  2024. ...t a reception given by the Mayoress of Pekin, the Chinese ladies would have been too well-bred to giggle. *...
  2025. ...man, John Bennett! Shades if Tom Brown! Wei On, a Chinese youih, secured first prize at the English Public ...
  2026. .... to 3d. per ’lb loaf. The visit to Sydney of the Chinese ConT misBieners has disclosed the astounding fact...
  2027. ...arantee sweeps, word-competitions, snake stories, Chinese Commissioners, aide-de-camps’ morals, nor men who...
  2028. ...oubts "Nanreik" (Sydney): The 11th section of the Chinese Re- striction Act provides that yellow ambassadsr...
  2029. ...(Q ), hap- pened to place his hands before him in Chinese Mandarin fashion, at if askiiig John to fall down...
  2030. ...rn provinces of Australia will be glad to receive Chinese pig tails. up “ Jubilee ” in the Dictionary, we f...
  2031. ...S.W., the other night, Walker asked Parkes if the Chinese Commissioners bore proper credentials from the Em...
  2032. ...peror and couldn’t recognise his handwriting. The Chinese Emperor's signature is probably just about the on...
  2033. ...> dence, Burdett Smith was there, and so were the Chinese Commissioners, who took great interest in the hor...
  2034. ...re not half so rich as the elegant brocade of the Chinese General s petticoat “Who is the god of battles?” ...
  2035. ...k Mr. Upward eased down his crew because he saw a Chinese hawker on Gladesville Wharf, whom he thought migh...
  2036. ...eceipt of Stamps or P.O Order. No. 1 Extra Strong Chinese Guns, 4s. 6d. per dozen bundles. No. 1 Extra Stro...
  2037. ...ay had a good week with “Mixed” at the Bijou, the Chinese Commis- sioners being thrown in as a special attr...
  2038. ...ood business without disturbance, and the eminent Chinese merchant continues to run his fan-tan establishme...
  2039. ...e Freetrade Ring rose Wise. Since the advent of a Chinese baker to Cootamundrn, N.S.W., the other bakers be...
  2040. ...e? The Northern Territory of Australia will be as Chinese as Hong Kong. During April 81 white men left ther...
  2041. ... ! It is now rumoured that the real object of the Chinese Commissioners’ visit is to ascertain if there is ...
  2042. ...oyous morn of June 21. Quong Tart, the well-known Chinese trader, of Sydney, who a short while since marrie...
  2043. ...iment.” Some years ago, Kong Meng, the well-known Chinese merchant, of Melbourne, got into a Rich- mond 'bu...
  2044. ...enough to speak English, or French, or German, or Chinese, or Dutch, I will converso with you, for all thos...
  2045. ...he church if they want to. Their Excellencies the Chinese Commis- sioners have visited Consul E. O. Smith, ...
  2046. ...rated with arches of evergreens, bouquets, flags, Chinese lanterns, &c The Governor and Lady Carington arri...
  2047. ...tised.- A loose button on a ST. JOHN REDIVIVUS. A Chinese Young Men’s Christian Association has been starte...
  2048. ...started in Sydney. After a week’s membership, the Chinese Christian young man developes wings. Little pictu...
  2049. ...etting in. They are saying giddy things about the Chinese Commissioners in Melbourne. An Irishman whose nam...
  2050. ... Ashe was born in 181 r he mutt bo nearer 72. The Chinese Commissioners have of course, been appointed hono...
  2051. ...of the members of the present Parliament. An Anti-Chinese League, 350 strong, has been formed in Bundaberg....
  2052. ...n a few years, we have Bent away no less than six Chinese lepers, and one died in quarantine here One, I ma...
  2053. ...G. W. Mayhew, editor of the North Australian, the Chinese m Pal- merston now take the functions of tailors,...
  2054. ...at there is no place they have visited w here the Chinese are in a more favourable condi- tion. Yes! your s...
  2055. ...uperised working men f N.S.W to ponder over I The Chinese Com- lissioners were entertained at a picnic down...
  2056. ... make a note of this. The Germans are indeed “the Chinese of Europe.” Here is a piece of bitter truth from ...
  2057. ...gaol for six months to give him time to heal. The Chinese Commissioners when in Mel- bourne'visited the Bij...
  2058. ...utifully decorated with ferns, palms, evergreens, Chinese lanterns, and flags. Lady Carington was attired i...
  2059. ...Gillies to cede half of Victoria to her clan. The Chinese Commissioners left the Mel bourne Town Hall under...
  2060. ...dies campauions.’ he give a treat to the dead, in Chinese fashion? There is’in the Necropolis many and many...
  2061. ...come when we in the same spirit would welcome the Chinese when then took up their residence amongst us, for...
  2062. ...ou mean to get rhyme....'* No Name” (Sydney): The Chinese Com- missioners may, as you suggest, not be genui...
  2063. ...nnes, Mrs. and Miss Stephen, and many others. The Chinese of N.S.W. are presenting to Queen Victoria a Jubi...
  2064. ... poll-taxed on the ground that he is a beast. The Chinese-address promoters must be terribly mean dogs. “ T...
  2065. ... in business as a colonial Premier. Last week the Chinese Commissioners visited Victorian Parliament Houses...
  2066. ... of real enthusiasm during the whole evening. The Chinese lanterns and the fairy lamps were a hideous mista...
  2067. ... Australian Club garnished their scandal-bin with Chinese paper lanterns and managed to approach the tout e...
  2068. .... Melbourne hospitality has afflicted bith of the Chinese Comonis.-ioners wi.h colic. One night las-t week ...
  2069. ...rvan in N S.W. Legislative Assembly It is not the Chinese, but the white workman of Sydney who are now livi...
  2070. ...own. The Bulli widow may starve, but nothing that Chinese lanterns can do to soothe ihe sorrow of the widow...
  2071. ...trange effect upon the internal arrangements of a Chinese. After putting away a few quarts of liquor under ...
  2072. ...s exists be- tween Australians, Burmese, Hindoos, Chinese, Maltese, and the hundred or so distinct peoples ...
  2073. ...ed by his interviewers as has the appetite of the Chinese Emperor upon the Australian rabbit-question. It i...
  2074. ...'CARTHY, Editor of the PEAK DOWNS TELEGRAM. A.nti-Chinese cabbage companies are the rage in Queensland just...
  2075. ... has given his cause clean away by saying : “ The Chinese are a law-abiding race, but those of them in thes...
  2076. ...rely Sir Boh spoke after dinner. Lee Si Moon, the Chinese burglar, when captured last week in Sydney had £9...
  2077. ...is a leader. As the Governor has feasted with the Chinese Commissioners, the Civil servants, and o her curl...
  2078. ...ses, and sweet girl graduates ; also one solitary Chinese mandarin. Almost all the leading male citizens of...
  2079. ...urch. He says it’s a heathenish practice. On anti-Chinese grounds, The Bulletin concurs. A DEMOCRATIC MENDA...
  2080. ... following the colours through Indian jungles and Chinese swamps, stand round the'pay-table with their acco...
  2081. ... it, heaps upon her all the hideous crimes of the Chinese opium-war and the Egyptian campaign, and the want...
  2082. ...ath ” another collection of gore by these eminent Chinese Hottentots from Central Africa, Messrs. Conquest ...
  2083. ...eague, the small-pox, the •Orangemen, Parkes, the Chinese, and the jaundice —be pegged out together, with t...
  2084. ...Diggings-street, vacancies, bal. rooms with green Chinese blinds and clematis climbing up the verandah post...
  2085. ... par- ticulars as to the views entertained by the Chinese, Peruvians, and other foreigners on the subject, ...
  2086. ... , lish language. He always called a Mongol a ! “ Chinese.” Mr. Pattison, M. L. A., of Rockhampton, Q., say...
  2087. ...occasion. Sir Anthony made a nice speech, but the Chinese residents let off a thousand crackers outside jus...
  2088. ...hurch the other morning. It is supposed that some Chinese vagrants slept there during the night and breakfa...
  2089. ...in the Lachlan Swamps is a statue of Jupiter in a Chinese joss-house. Sir Henry Parkes, in that jourr ey th...
  2090. ...he Forged Letter ” for £l6O. Last year the N.S.W. Chinese poll-tax yielded £11,990. This year the amountis ...
  2091. ...ays, “Better separate from England than allow the Chinese to come into Australia.” He has moved for a £5O p...
  2092. ...iust now. Lord Brassey, Sir Henry Parkes, and the Chinese Commissioners visited the Blue Moun- tains last w...
  2093. ...at a big profit, and so the business gees on. The Chinese at present have the Russell River (Q.) goldfield ...
  2094. ...rease sufficiently to give a white man a show the Chinese will be sure to let them know. It seems to be a m...
  2095. ...he bell had been muffled with a stocking, and the Chinese waiter, who ordinarily worked the pump (by which ...
  2096. ...Messrs. Luscombe and Riciiard3on, waited upon the Chinese Commissioners in reference to the Mongol immigrat...
  2097. ...e people of New •South Wales when they bother the Chinese Commissioners vith imaginary grievances.’’ We, on...
  2098. ...No one, of course, wants to see a great influx of Chinese; no one would like to see Australia, or any part ...
  2099. ...e to see Australia, or any part of it, swamped by Chinese or foreign races of any kind. We all Qesire to he...
  2100. ...nity? And if so, where doe 3 the objection to the Chinese come in ? The Chinese inhabitants of Hongkong &nd...
  2101. ... doe 3 the objection to the Chinese come in ? The Chinese inhabitants of Hongkong &nd their step-brothers, ...
  2102. ...tralia were all Orangemen, Primrose-Leaguers, and Chinese. We cercaialy fail to see why the ‘official” char...
  2103. ...’ China has more to comolain of than we have. The Chinese have cut out some of our workman in the cabinet- ...
  2104. ...pon that trade.” In other words, England robs the Chinese of his rice, therefore we should permit the Chine...
  2105. ...inese of his rice, therefore we should permit the Chinese to rob us of our bread. But why draw the line her...
  2106. ...ere ? England crams opium down the throats of the Chinese—we ought certainly not to object if the Chinese e...
  2107. ...e Chinese—we ought certainly not to object if the Chinese endeavour to demoralise our children in their own...
  2108. ...unable benefits accruing from the introduction of Chinese. Two cases of leprosy were the other day reported...
  2109. ... not too- well-washed lettuce of the vesper meal. Chinese cabinetmakers manufacture our chairs, which come ...
  2110. ...ough an invisible Death is already sitting there. Chinese wash our linen, and clothes mauled with fingers o...
  2111. ...a mysterious death in the folds of a garment. The Chinese must go! and take with them their abominable vice...
  2112. ...pplied by the local carpenter and the horses by a Chinese cabbage purveyor, who, when he has blacked up his...
  2113. ...use as a sacked relic. BRIEF MENTION. Cooksland ! Chinese Cooksland. Boundless—The Afghan frontier. General...
  2114. ...n editor. His subscriber arc all blackfellows ! A Chinese tailor at Cooktown (Q.) has been employed to make...
  2115. ...day, however, two men, who were white outside and Chinese within, knocked this tomb to pieces and “ raised ...
  2116. ...S. W. Ministry. “Why do the authorities allow our Chinese quarter to remain in the condition in which it is...
  2117. ...possible. * * * General Wung Yung Ho “thinks that Chinese women could not be induced to live in Australia.”...
  2118. ...n they pad their account of Maxwell’s exit. A fat Chinese last week performed on himself the operation of t...
  2119. ...that he has now complete financial control of the Chinese Empire. J. G. has evidently never been in court d...
  2120. ...y never been in court during the examination of a Chinese insolvent. A wedding of some interest to Sydney f...
  2121. ...ales is f'r less frequent among the Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2122. ...al 20/- Ditto—The large goat skin 15/-. A line of Chinese clothes baskets with locked lids, handles &c., in...
  2123. ...to say “ brutal vituperation. ” Jay Gould and the Chinese Dragon. Jay Gould threatens to become the mo3t te...
  2124. ...lionaire has undertaken the task of educating the Chinese nation up to the nineteenth century standard. He ...
  2125. ...chool in the world, is not likely to be “left” by Chinese whose narrow brains are un- versed in that branch...
  2126. ...importance : the influence of the treaty over the Chinese themselves, and the change it will work in their ...
  2127. ...e brunt of the conflict. Therefore it is that the Chinese as a'natlon work more continuously and more slavi...
  2128. ...ralian labour at 12s. per day of eight hours with Chinese labour at, say, 6s. per week of eighty-four hours...
  2129. ... trod: and from whatever market goods produced by Chinese labour under American direction, may come, the pr...
  2130. ...ary to bring many markets under the domination of Chinese manufactures. Every band of operatives thrown out...
  2131. ...They with prophetic voice declare that the use of Chinese labour will have a twofold effect —it will enable...
  2132. ...ters and the squatters. That the free im- port of Chinese manufacturers would benefit these classes we are ...
  2133. ...tion, grants of land, under easy conditions, to “ Chinese gardeners, traders, and others.” Each Chinese man...
  2134. ...o “ Chinese gardeners, traders, and others.” Each Chinese man and woman will be given an acre of land, and ...
  2135. ...r three years in succession ; and, furthermore, a Chinese farmer or gardener can buy up to five acres at 50...
  2136. ...d by honest whites or slant eyed lepers. The anti'Chinese agitation in Queensland is doing good work. The l...
  2137. ...t Britain had herself broken down the barrier the Chinese had erected between themselves and the outside wo...
  2138. ... the removal of this barrier was the cause of the Chinese influx of which Australians complain, and against...
  2139. ...ueenslanders’ concen- trated hatred of all things Chinese has at last been discovered. Cooktown possesses a...
  2140. ...has at last been discovered. Cooktown possesses a Chinese band. There is an old lady on the Mudgee rail- wa...
  2141. ..., from which we learn, among other things, that a Chinese suicide “ retired to his room,” that “blood was s...
  2142. .... General Wung Ho says that only the worst of the Chinese come to Australia. This is rough on dear old Quon...
  2143. ...ashamed of you Bung Hi stigmatises the Queensland Chinese poll-tax ss “an imposition.” Quite right, Bung. I...
  2144. ...izzard of an Australian lizard.” Wung Ho says the Chinese have done much to develope Australia. So they hav...
  2145. ...air at the spread given to Mud. J. Haynes, M.L.A. Chinese mining laws strictly forbid any Europeans mining,...
  2146. ...tory. This was pointed out by the Queensland Anti-Chinese League to rfurig Hi and Co. the other day. French...
  2147. ... thank Thee for allowing Thy servant to slaughter Chinese and Bteal Hong-kong, and to murder heathen and ap...
  2148. ...h; and if there is not something done to stop the Chinese fr m entering the colonies the white bush- man wi...
  2149. ...s foreign to Aus- tralia as are the thoughts of a Chinese Joss-house official—could prove that it was cheap...
  2150. ...to the Keristian standard of excellence. ♦ *' Our Chinese Fell©w-subjects.” General Wdnb Ho is a magnificen...
  2151. ...ernment to carry their project into effect. “ The Chinese Government,” he said, “ would make representation...
  2152. ...defiance of Wung Ho would be made eftectual—“ the Chinese Government would make representations to the Impe...
  2153. ...e. (6) The argument that the whites patronise the Chinese because their goods are cheaper than the whites’ ...
  2154. ...” said the judge to the exciseman. That versatile Chinese, Mr. Quong Tart, has been presiding in the “Jury ...
  2155. ...oth last week and this. His Honor sits dispensing Chinese justice in respect of an unfathomable dispute in ...
  2156. ...nt of view also to be taken. We all know that the Chinese resident in Austra- lia administer by some occult...
  2157. ... cently to register a claim under the ' name Anti Chinese. It was thereupon called Hurley. The Governor of ...
  2158. ... The hard knocks in the Charters Towers (Q ) Anti-Chinese address riled Bung Hi and Co. considerably. T. O'...
  2159. ...not consistently refuse to protect native against Chinese (as well as other) manufactures. Thirty-seven law...
  2160. ... have been invested with special solemnity by the Chinese demonstration in Melbourne. Under pretence of hol...
  2161. ...mystic millinery and gave us a fair notion of the Chinese army. Melbourne saw and terrembled. The spectacle...
  2162. ...ry to be a police court loafer, like you are.”/ A Chinese shopkeeper in Cooktown (Q.) has fix live young al...
  2163. ...s at May'town the other day for stealing from the Chinese.; When Tommy gets his liberty he will probably st...
  2164. ...emier that he found very little oppo°ition to the Chinese from the educated c asses of Australia. Never min...
  2165. ...ales is far less frequent among tne Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2166. ...y is guided by mere stupid, drivelling ignorance, Chinese mean- ness, and that hump backed quality of chara...
  2167. ...uded from honest- sunlight by a miasmatic mist of Chinese yellow, as that of America is by a cloud of threa...
  2168. ... German is not to be • feared half so much as the Chinese or—the Freetrader 'W. Green': If your visit was a...
  2169. ...«AL Tv* -TV* *7Y* TV* The gentlemen who started a Chinese Charity Carnival at Melbourne Exhibition haven’t ...
  2170. ...nd Labour organi- sations mean to absolutely stop Chinese immigra- tion. “ Chinese or no Chinese ” will be ...
  2171. ... mean to absolutely stop Chinese immigra- tion. “ Chinese or no Chinese ” will be the test question at next...
  2172. ...utely stop Chinese immigra- tion. “ Chinese or no Chinese ” will be the test question at next general elect...
  2173. ...d Co. took £4OOO entrusted to thembyCooktown (Q.) Chinese for distribution among their slant eyed relatives...
  2174. ...Bill offers no amendment whatever. At Cooktown, a Chinese masher made love to a fresh buxom young woman who...
  2175. ...wn Collin street. The Botany Bay people object to Chinese riding inside tramcars. They are getting viry hon...
  2176. ...ry honey down t here. Next thing will be that the Chinese will object to the sons or grandsons of convicts ...
  2177. ...e, smiling Ho— was poked into a frenzy by an anti-Chinese depu- tation at Townsville, and declared viciousl...
  2178. ...one for better or worse to fit Queensland for the Chinese.” And that oily, exasperating, long-headed man of...
  2179. ...tralia or New Zealand to have bones, and the next Chinese ambassador who visits these colonies should he co...
  2180. ...hamber, and the draughts are worse than ever. The Chinese Government have docked the salaries of all ambass...
  2181. ...th banners and masses of evergreens, mingled with Chinese lan- terns, fairy lamps, and flies, and the floor...
  2182. ...e boycott against the ChinamaD. There are several Chinese parsons in the colonies. And the neatest and most...
  2183. ...nts against their countrymen by the remark, “ The Chinese are a law-abiding race. You have your laws—why do...
  2184. ... not enforce them ? We do in China, and there the Chinese give no trouble.” That’s a fact. Notwithstanding ...
  2185. ...ti-Chin kie *: General Wung Yung Ho, the Imperial Chinese advance emigration agent, certainly stated in Mel...
  2186. ...’: Certainly ; your notion is a good one. Tax the Chinese, tax the ships that bring them ar.d the rubbish s...
  2187. ... fell asleep on the bench during the hearing of a Chinese case. The charitable public put it down to the pr...
  2188. ...m in railway bunks. A N.Z. paper asserts that the Chinese on the Russell River are making from 20s. to 30s....
  2189. ...did not state as o opinion the possibility of the Chinese supplants the white race in Australia. \AII that ...
  2190. ...lp negroes oU be a possible future difficulty, so Chinese would cause prospective tST ( jle ‘   Carnegie is...
  2191. ...urne, has been eDgiged by the iundaberg (Q ) Anti-Chinese L9ague to lecture ipon the Chinese question. Notw...
  2192. ...berg (Q ) Anti-Chinese L9ague to lecture ipon the Chinese question. Notwithstanding his omewJhat Scriptural...
  2193. ...o Ats His lectures will doubt- ess make the .anti-Chinese movement boom. For ways that are dark and mysteri...
  2194. ...he Melbourne trades propose a poll-tax of £lOO on Chinese visitors. May we suggest a saving clause in favou...
  2195. ... was a pity £2 10 3, per week should be paid to a Chinese cook while white men were starving. May his Honor...
  2196. ...ught down to the level of Englishmen, Germans, or Chinese. Strengthened by a limitation of outside competi-...
  2197. ...to the hands of Belgians, Germans, Frenchmen, and Chinese—not to men- tion Hindoos. Under the present regim...
  2198. ...rtainly had, joined in legislation adverse to the Chinese, it had not been from any low estimate of the Chi...
  2199. ...ese, it had not been from any low estimate of the Chinese charaoter, or from any sympathy with those who ha...
  2200. ...e sessions passed a Bill to impose a poll- tax on Chinese landing in the Northern Territory, but the money-...
  2201. ... * * * Forty four case 3 of liquor were seized ia Chinese dens, little Bourke-street, Melbourne, last week,...
  2202. ...Melbourne, last week, by excise officers. Ydt pro Chinese philan- thropists tell us that John doesn’t drink...
  2203. ...will become of that g’rl. * -X- -x- The Melbourne Chinese are to erect a gorgeous club house. Poo: John! Wh...
  2204. ...ded in Bega (ST.S. W.) just now over a slant eyed Chinese sly-grog case. Some of the inhabitants allege tha...
  2205. ...f bacon is imported to N.S.W. from Hong Kong. The Chinese have plenty pigs’ feed There is a constant supply...
  2206. ... men is only not quite so bad as competition from Chinese and Caffres. Instead of the leprous yellow-skin o...
  2207. ...y does it not openly ad- vocate the emp'oyment of Chinese lab mr ? As well employ Chinese as goad on our wo...
  2208. ...the emp'oyment of Chinese lab mr ? As well employ Chinese as goad on our women to compete agaiust us. The c...
  2209. ...y of the subject and an act of tyranny to prevent Chinese gardeners spreading garbage over the ground and d...
  2210. ... let into power Dibbs and the Protectionists, The Chinese viceroys and other officials are opposed tooth an...
  2211. ...sement cut from the West Australian (Perth, W.A.)“Chinese, Malays, and Maniiamen, forwarded on application ...
  2212. ...* It is complained (on orthodox grounds) that the Chinese cabbage-growers of Botany water their gardens on ...
  2213. ...A collector at Bombay has among his curiosities a Chinese god marked “ Confucian man idol,” and next to it ...
  2214. ...ained its grotesque maturity among the abstemious Chinese and Hindoos. Thus, while it would be absurd to at...
  2215. ...nd themselves on the Eame platform with regard to Chinese cabbage-growers. To Sabbatarians such an act is a...
  2216. ...ion of that oft quoted and emphatic dictum— “ The Chinese Must Go 1” ♦ “ Liquid Fire and Distilled Damna- t...
  2217. ...pe and the East the pauper-labour products of the Chinese, the Germans, and the French. Compared with simi-...
  2218. ... existence the latter has not much of a show. The Chinese fish-hawkera of Melbourne are described as “Anima...
  2219. ...ged in a suburban crusade against the unspeakable Chinese. Phillippics against the moral delinquencies of t...
  2220. ...cellent. * * * It is related that when one of the Chinese ia attendance on the Chinese Commissioners who la...
  2221. ...that when one of the Chinese ia attendance on the Chinese Commissioners who lately visited Australia caught...
  2222. ...tely at a shearing- shed and tried to explain the Chinese Question to the mob; but an old man nonplussed me...
  2223. ...icking for broken pastry a month since, employing Chinese cooks, on the only occasion they have of paying a...
  2224. ...s. Carpets and Floorcloths Curtains and Cornices. Chinese Lounge?,! Balcony chairs. Marble top Cafe tables....
  2225. ...to a drilling-ground for the accommodation of the Chinese troops from Hongkong. Many people wonder why need...
  2226. ...vellers had been attracted by the trange sound of Chinese cheering- in the Glue- Pot, and had tried to resc...
  2227. .... A big allegory here sticks out a mile. The Anti-Chinese movement proceeds under difficulties at Bundaberg...
  2228. ...roposes to deal summarily with the em- ployers of Chinese, and suggests that at the next general election n...
  2229. ...if brought forward, com- pelling all employers of Chinese or coloured lab! our to pay a tax of £lO per head...
  2230. ...ur to pay a tax of £lO per head per a mum on each Chinese they may employ, the procesds of such tax to go t...
  2231. ... to carry, till he seemed to be light porter to a Chinese garden, and as he also bore the lady s shawl and ...
  2232. ...sidents of Sydney, LOOK AT THIS. 150 Long shaped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12s. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcon...
  2233. ...haped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12s. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcony Blinds, complete, with cord and raokpulli...
  2234. ...firm determination to wage unwearied war j on the Chinese influx. S’ic might take it in her | head to come ...
  2235. ...n it comes to raising a point ef privilege with a Chinese bargainer, or rul- ing an old woman out of order ...
  2236. ...he colonies are making no provision in their Anti-Chinese Bills for the free admission of Chinkie parsons. ...
  2237. ...- looking clergymen in the diocese of Sydney is a Chinese priest of the Anglican faith; and some years ago ...
  2238. ...he Anglican faith; and some years ago there was a Chinese R.C. priest in Victoria, the Rev. Father Ah Lee. ...
  2239. ...s of the place. Now he is a millionaire. When the Chinese Commissioners visited Cooktowa they jaw the Mayor...
  2240. ...esty’: Now, what are you giving us?....'Senex’: “ Chinese Burg- lar” undergoing examination....‘J.C.H.’ (Bi...
  2241. ...is your letter a crypto- gram ?....' Brown ’: The Chinese who compete on slave terms makes slaves of us the...
  2242. ...dents of Sydney. * LOOK AT THIS. 150 Long shaped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12?. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcon...
  2243. ...haped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12?. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcony Blinds, complete, with cord and rackpulli...
  2244. ...avour when comparing our habits with those of the Chinese. But our very necessities may compel us in the fa...
  2245. ...ded by a “ Celestial ” environment Go through the Chinese quarters of, say, Castlemaine. Note how closely m...
  2246. ...Castlemaine. Note how closely men are packed. The Chinese sleep in beds which are never cool. As fast as on...
  2247. ...s have reared unto themselves various editions of Chinese pagodas —Celestial nightmares done in red and yel...
  2248. ...on wine. Yet you don’t object to the pro- duct of Chinese labour—which is not good work—and there- by you i...
  2249. ...is the difference between allowing the results cf Chinese slave labour to bs imported free of duty and allo...
  2250. ...taker. A dead baby was found on the doorstep of a Chinese cookshop at Goulburn (N.S.W.) a few mornings ago....
  2251. ...n a local preacher and a parson.” The Sydney Anti-Chinese League has asked Lord Carington for his patronage...
  2252. ... there were, and other impertinent questions. The Chinese invasion has no terror for the parsons. They don’...
  2253. ...ight through the bars of its cage ; we have had a Chinese baby left on our doorstep with a ticket attached ...
  2254. ... time as the evil has been abated and the tide of Chinese immigration turned from our shores. Wh'nlhat end ...
  2255. ..., but she’s apt to learn to hit out straight. The Chinese burglar arrested in Sydney had on him 23 pawn-tic...
  2256. ...r Rnsldanfia n* .» LOOK AT THIS. 150 Long shaped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12s. 6d. Not more than 5 of...
  2257. ...nd getting paid for their trouble. foME 44 of the Chinese residents in Victoria have been writing to the Ar...
  2258. ...(John) “Young’s Night Thoughts.”— Knighthood, The Chinese must go- the leper must chang a his spots. Hallor...
  2259. ...A., has been elected President of the Sydney Anti-Chinese League. This is ominous, and looks like real busi...
  2260. ...srs. Keenan and Walsh have written a roy- stering Chinese farce to prove that the Mongol must go. *# * # Wi...
  2261. ...sidents of Sydney, LOOK AT THIS. 150 Long shaped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12s. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcon...
  2262. ...haped, Chinese Cane Balcony Lounges, 12s. 6d. 150 Chinese Balcony Blinds, complete, with cord and rackpulli...
  2263. ...t them, hispur- pose of fitting Australia for the Chinese will prove somewhat less feasible than he lately ...
  2264. ...d it is probably owing to this fact that the Anti-Chinese apostle who owns the cog- nomen has not yet succe...
  2265. ...and. Mr. P. has written a pamphlet about his anti-Chinese trip through Queensland, but from this production...
  2266. ...with flowers borrowed from the Botanical Gardens, Chinese lanterns, and gas. The hair, aco ding to the D T....
  2267. ...lerine and Cholera prevail at certain periods The Chinese in New South Wales have long since learnt, thanks...
  2268. ...y condemned 51 stinking dens inhabited chiefly by Chinese. Then the Board vent home proudly complacent with...
  2269. ...y believe that those houses which are tenanted by Chinese will be pulled down within six months, or even wi...
  2270. ...He left just before the final day named, and some Chinese promptly succeeded him. In complete- defiance of ...
  2271. .... When these 51 dwellings, “ inhabited chiefly by Chinese,” were recently condemned, the Improvement Board ...
  2272. ...s of the Board. A new tax has been laid upon some Chinese, a new outlet has been afforded to the profitably...
  2273. ...ajority of these buildings “ chiefly inhabited by Chinese.” When the Sydney Improvement Board next travel r...
  2274. ... payment of the costs. “It is understood that the Chinese residents of N.3.W. are taking active steps in co...
  2275. ...ho had green in the white of his eye. Anyhow, the Chinese ought to be a little grateful to him. Judging fro...
  2276. ...lace. Had it not occurred, we might have been all Chinese to-day, with Australia twirling its pig-tail for ...
  2277. ...n- cense to our Old Man of the Sea. * * * But our Chinese cousins had another chance, and missed it. Long a...
  2278. ...it. Long after paleolithic man had passed away, a Chinese junk burst into these silent seas, with youth at ...
  2279. ... on its mysterious way. We said just now that the Chinese had their chance, and missed it. That was a rash ...
  2280. ...ther active persons to do the rough work of Later Chinese discoveries. colonisation, and after that his bla...
  2281. ...who Providence designed the “ pot” for. * * * The Chinese sharp-shooter sailed away. He was our pre-histori...
  2282. ...as a crudely practical one, * * * But if the pure Chinese strain wasn’t crossed with Dutch blood —if we don...
  2283. ... ‘LS.-T.’: Prove to us that Dibbs ever advo cated Chinese labour and we 11 give you an order on Abigail for...
  2284. ... Heathen ; Thanks. ...‘ E.P.B.’: There are 10,000 Chinese in Queensland. Only 56 of them are women....'Drov...
  2285. ...a cartload of fertiliser, and a ledger written in Chinese, May Confucius bo blessed for ever- more 1 Advert...
  2286. ... Mem ALL TWINS. BILL SMITH (to Bill Jones): “THEM CHINESE IS WONDERFUL LIKE EACH OTHER. THEY LOOKS AS IF TH...
  2287. ...n which it deals with the “ social evil ” and the Chinese fan-tan curse. * * * Turner and Ferris proved too...
  2288. ...mines—she has even helped the land of the leprous Chinese. Austra- lia has never helped England. It is a re...
  2289. ...m China by a tidal wave, and from the legen- dary Chinese explorer by the foresight of that astute navigato...
  2290. ...ar the way by a “ whiff of grape ” for the docile Chinese cheap labour which might in time “ be brought to ...
  2291. ...loving subjects. “ That the time has arrived when Chinese cooks should bs abolished.” This resolution must ...
  2292. ... a divorce. He is well versed in the Japanese and Chinese languages, and can translate from English. He ;'s...
  2293. ...lerine and Cholera p evail at certain periods The Chinese in New South Wales have long since learnt, thanks...
  2294. ...mines—she has even helped the land of the leprous Chinese,’ we do not wonder But ‘it s not our funeral.’ We...
  2295. ...er Parkes says that he is not only opposed to the Chinese comirg here in great numbers, but to any other ra...
  2296. ... send the place ahead. Unhappily, Millar is using Chinese labour largely. He introduced the small-pox. The ...
  2297. ...lowed to walk. * * * At a recent meeting of “ The Chinese Church Society” Primate Barry gave out that:— He ...
  2298. ...:— He would speak on two subjects—our duty to the Chinese inhabitants of this eity—first as a man, and then...
  2299. ...lerine and Cholera p-evail at certain periods Tbe Chinese in New South Wales have long since learnt, thanks...
  2300. ...ss....E M.A.: It is untrue that Dibbs ever upheld Chinese labor Gael: In the words of the American humorist...
  2301. ... Australian Federation is still a dream. Parkea’s Chinese admirers have agreed to pay his poll-tax, if he w...
  2302. ...of Collingwood (Vic.) openly sympathises with the Chinese. Chink makes the May or to go—out of oflloe, on h...
  2303. ...ht have bought up Parkes at some sorb of price. “ Chinese cooks are becoming very com- mon in our hotels."—...
  2304. ... circumstances, is the lowest depth of animal and Chinese abasement that a white man can well attain. Willi...
  2305. ...and unani- mously the meeting resolved that “ the Chinese have a tendency to dogrado our civilisation.” Iha...
  2306. ... off and be mulct in a fine of not less than £lO. Chinese naturalised elsewhere are not to be ad- mitted on...
  2307. ...respectfully directs tha at- -o’Sm° p of tbe Anti-Chinese League to this : While bo Ua Uvau and the rest ar...
  2308. ...was collected in the room." There is an extensive Chinese mission in Otago (N Z ), which is run by the Pres...
  2309. ...lerine and Cholera p-evail at certain periods The Chinese in New South Wales have long since learnt, thanks...
  2310. ...alian tradesman—without work. The niggers and the Chinese they have converted will turn the tables —or rath...
  2311. ...no half-measures. Such shibboleths as “ Down with Chinese Cheap Preaching,” “No more Shoddy Gospel,” “ Heav...
  2312. ...ttention. J.OC (Albany): Your letter looks like a Chinese death-warrant. The Sydney hotelkeepers are compla...
  2313. ...ed of the people would gee in any language except Chinese, and, so far as the eternal fitness of things is ...
  2314. ...a naval defence scheme, apian for keeping out the Chinese, a revenue of 8h millions per annum, and a great ...
  2315. ...ITY. BISHOP BARRY: “IT IS OUR DUTY TO EMBRACE OUR CHINESE BRETHREN IN THE HOLY CALLING OP RELIGION,” &c. .....
  2316. ...0 officers to re-organise her army. Thus do the “ Chinese of Europe ” coalesce with the Chinese of Asia. Un...
  2317. ...us do the “ Chinese of Europe ” coalesce with the Chinese of Asia. Unprejudiced persons, who have of late t...
  2318. ...ur next March, will result in the adoption of the Chinese poll-tax in the Northern Morgol-plagued portion o...
  2319. ...ulture, and religion on China, in the days of the Chinese re- fusal to trade. What were the facts, the nake...
  2320. ...the facts, the naked, inevitable facts ? The best Chinese saw the national corruption which was fol- lowing...
  2321. ...the habitations of a colony of squalid, gibbering Chinese fossickera who hived together like hogs in a crow...
  2322. ...as not brisk, but now that stand by was ruined by Chinese competition, and Michael could only find relief i...
  2323. ... lose custom for the sake of a few bricks; so the Chinese continued to walk off with hi* build- ing materia...
  2324. ...sed to know what could possibly have attached the Chinese so stroegiy to the Shsmrook. They had taken sampl...
  2325. ...rg the Mongolians narrowly. He was a strong anti- Chinese dog, and had been educated to regard the almond-e...
  2326. ... whilst the tcund of a spirited debate in musical Chinese echoed from the bar, his family was gathered a-ou...
  2327. ...t ” to help him protect his “pub” from a possible Chinese invasion. o;her bricks were crushed and yield9d s...
  2328. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2329. ...ises of our Premier in the Assembly, that no more Chinese would be naturalised, our worthy Go- vernor will ...
  2330. ...is prepared to admib that he can’t get on withoub Chinese assistance -who has fallen so low that he must ha...
  2331. ... the flag of Britain from the Persian Gulf to the Chinese Sea; were busied in driving the Dutch out of the ...
  2332. ... usual compli- ments of blasd boots and tte snowy Chinese vegetable, at their heads. Another pair—mani- fes...
  2333. ...r morning neglige, which consists of a slate-gray Chinese r@be of China silk, lined with white c. It is emb...
  2334. ...he hanging square sleeves and broad girdle of the Chinese womans garb. She wears a little white and gold ’k...
  2335. ..., doubtless, to the moral aspect of Free trade. A Chinese lady startled the Hay (N.S.W.) ladies the other d...
  2336. ...e for CHRISTMAS GIFTS ; Also a nice assortment of CHINESE ORNAMENTS, &a QUONG TART & CO.   ROYAL L VSSUIt m...
  2337.  
  2338. 1888
  2339. ...ad as much relevancy to the pleas advanced as the Chinese Emperor’s heal! h has to the Australian rabbit- p...
  2340. ...njure actresses in their pro- fession 1” ** * * A Chinese theatrical manager named Leon Ye Keung proposes t...
  2341. ...as seen strange sights in the coal-hole where the Chinese cheap labour roosts at the back of the fan-tan es...
  2342. ...ed up by anything weaker than a steam crane. Anti-Chinese Potts says that the Mongols are now acting as law...
  2343. ...local, as distinguished from German, British, and Chinese industry, is not acceptable to the long-drawn-out...
  2344. ...zon, while the assaulted shop keeper boo-hooed in Chinese sealed on the ruins of the premises. But he gathe...
  2345. ... the value of the «mash, and added on a bottle of Chinese medicine, pries £3 10s., which he swore the publi...
  2346. ...ipping carcase was brought upstairs by the tail a Chinese face looked in at the bar with an unfa’ homable C...
  2347. ...e face looked in at the bar with an unfa’ homable Chinese smile, and a hated voice asked mildly, “Publican ...
  2348. ...passengers struck on account of the odour of that Chinese stink pot, which still clung to his clothes, and ...
  2349. ...e B.A. Government send no mora police to keep the Chinese in order, the white residents will take the law i...
  2350. ...ilious beak. There are a good many points about a Chinese drunk, but the purchase uf a Whole keg of bee-, t...
  2351. ...ddington election has been lost to the nigger and Chinese labour cause in spite of the stupendous efforts m...
  2352. ...hich he was induced to send in his resignation. A Chinese syndicate which was endeavouring to 1 establish a...
  2353. ... tabernacle happened to be in the vicinity of the Chinese joss-house, and they resolved to go in and see th...
  2354. ...r oedar. Melville, on the other hand, considers a Chinese-made ziuo coffin would be too good for Haynes. So...
  2355. ...man. QUONG TART (log. IN THE NAME OF HIS IMPERIAL CHINESE MAJESTY I HEREBY CONFER UPON YOU THE DISTINGUISHE...
  2356. ...her party was subsequently sent out to see if the Chinese really were located within measurable distance to...
  2357. ...inging to a mast in a rsging sea. C P Hods s, the Chinese interpreter of Melbourne, has been promoted to be...
  2358. ...p with Bul- garian intrigues, Russian war-scares, Chinese campaigns, Egyptian piracy, and Burmese mas- -Bac...
  2359. ...arley rose to sound the lowest note of worse than Chinese degradation by describing Aus- tralasia, Canada, ...
  2360. ...ith spasmodic fireflies, and pimply in spots with Chinese lanterns. In fact, all the illuminations which fa...
  2361. ...ack frost of a very decided character. Everywhere Chinese lanterns tried to look lovely, and beautifully il...
  2362. ...y of a Celestial subject. Flags, mainly also of a Chinese origin, bannerets, &c., fringed the street and pr...
  2363. ... work was all done by eight-hour Australians, but Chinese, working for less than one-half Aus- tralian wage...
  2364. ...romotion of local instead of British, German, and Chinese industry, were debarred by their occupa- tions fr...
  2365. ...imited Liability Co. PLAIN ENGLISH. Let I's Stamp Chinese Goods. An Act which savours somewhat of Protectio...
  2366. ...aders were denouncing the injustice of compelling Chinese-made furni- ture to be stamped. It was “ un-Engli...
  2367. ...one. As a sort of postscript we would suggest the Chinese “ ling- chi ’ as an arrangement which ought to be...
  2368. ...aim on behalf of the Gt rmans, whom we term “ the Chinese of Europe ” only in point of frugality and un. co...
  2369. ...It you would get well take dr, bell’s biiters The Chinese in Victoria.—Oamany of the sheep-farms and sugar ...
  2370. ...y the local News to have publicly stated that the Chinese are a frugal, hard-working race, and that in the ...
  2371. ... is a really good argumen- for the appointment of Chinese as Crown Proset cutors and Police Magistrates. A ...
  2372. ... bricklayers down to 13. a day. Mast the European Chinese go too ? Either that or stop them coming Will Mr....
  2373. ... will not be a party to putting a poll-tax on the Chinese." Queensland electors should know the worth of Sa...
  2374. ... will send up Judge Forbes because he won’t speak Chinese and then things will be about square. * * * Some ...
  2375. ...and since then Clanricarde has been more abjectly Chinese than ever in his housekeeping in order to make up...
  2376. ... other remedy for the same class of diseases. The Chinese in Victoria,— On many of the sheep-farms and suga...
  2377. ...ass doors, extra- ordinary value, from 110s. each Chinese Balcony Lor n res, ve y st ong, extra- ordinary v...
  2378. ...y st ong, extra- ordinary value from 13s. Gd each Chinese Mattieg, full yard wide, extraordinary value, fro...
  2379. ...ussels, extraordinary value, from 3s, G I. each ' Chinese Balcony Blinds, strong green ones, ex’ra- pt dlna...
  2380. ...rfere. THE BULLETIN. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. The Chinese freetrader. The ever-rising tide of Chinese immig...
  2381. .... The Chinese freetrader. The ever-rising tide of Chinese immigration has at last brought the New South Wal...
  2382. ...eebly with it has been conspicuously wanting. The Chinese curse has served so long as a rallying cry for po...
  2383. ...upply its place. The moth- eaten watchword, “ The Chinese must go,” has done much good work at a multitude ...
  2384. ...st upon it are suffi- ciently aware that when the Chinese have gone, it will be impossible to find another ...
  2385. ...ons and grandsons for many years to come. The old Chinese anathema is now undergoing the process of being h...
  2386. ...e the same as in many previous agitations. If the Chinese curse proves a convenient political weapon then t...
  2387. ...abolished and Customs duties are unknown, and the Chinese poll-tax is a Customs duty—a tariff on leprosy, v...
  2388. ...so long as a China- man is unemployed, and as the Chinese increase and multiply, the time comes nearer when...
  2389. ...ded at half the cost of similar goods produced by Chinese labour in Australia. Free competition, according ...
  2390. ...scend to the same figure or Protection must come. Chinese imports are a danger ten- fold greater than Chine...
  2391. ...inese imports are a danger ten- fold greater than Chinese immigration in its worst form, and so long as Asi...
  2392. ...at the alter- native lay between Protection and a Chinese in- vasion, and deliberately and coldly the hollo...
  2393. ...phe ;of Freetrade cannot grant Protection against Chinese labour and Chinese goods without to utterly sacri...
  2394. ...annot grant Protection against Chinese labour and Chinese goods without to utterly sacrificing that gilded ...
  2395. ...an any other man, have resisted the influx of tin Chinese into the country. Not that 1 join "in the sensele...
  2396. ...eason why I am opposed to the introduction of the Chinese or any inferior race is that I only want people h...
  2397. ...en I nee a man advocating the introduction of the Chinese I am always inclined to ask him if he would like ...
  2398. ...as a possible weapon in a future election ; “ the Chinese must go” is the war-whoop of the future, but the ...
  2399. ... must go” is the war-whoop of the future, but the Chinese will not go so long as Parkes can gain a single v...
  2400. ...morning after the battle, and the other organs of Chinese industry followed in the same groove, and sounded...
  2401. ...te employes when the latter protested against the Chinese crews by which the Pacific steamers were manned. ...
  2402. ...t he might empty them into his head. So the illio Chinese stocked his cabbage ■ stake with boo- Sea and keg...
  2403. ... even tell for certain whether they were white or Chinese, but one of them a rid feebly to the other: “ Cum...
  2404. ...But he issues rat iocs and railway- passes to the Chinese who were expeTed for Illegally working on the Cle...
  2405. ...ter was the heavier of the two vessels. * * * The Chinese Young Men’s Christian Asso- ciation held a soiree...
  2406. ...h." * * 0 It is now alleged among the upper-class Chinese in Sydney that Qaong Tart’s gifts to the N.S.W, P...
  2407. ...al Bang Hi and Consul Hue Brick such as any other Chinese gentleman would forward to another who had entert...
  2408. ...ss doors* ext?a» ordinary value, from f 10s. eadh Chinese Balcony Lounges,- very strong, extra- ordinary va...
  2409. ...rong, extra- ordinary value, from 13s. fid each . Chinese Mattirg, fittl yard wide, extraordinary value, fr...
  2410. ...russels,- extraordinary vaiiie, from 3s 6 !. each Chinese Balcony B’inds, strong green ones, extra- ordinar...
  2411. ... aocording to Mr. John Potts, the Queensland Anti-Chinese delegate, a white man is employed in building a h...
  2412. ... old country to put their foot firmly down on the Chinese question.” William Walter Thwaites, an aged Aus- ...
  2413. ... enough that their interests are set aside by the Chinese- loving syndicates who rule from Adelaide, and th...
  2414. ... and the country is full of Chiaese epidemics and Chinese horrors. Foit Darwin has one of the finest climat...
  2415. ...who are budding up fortunes by the importation of Chinese slave labour into the Territory. The Adelaide Gov...
  2416. ...illingsgate rolled like a sewer in flood Till the Chinese brigade made him mem v er for Mud. Now the member...
  2417. ...ss doors, extra- ordinary value, from 110 s. each Chinese Balcony Lounges, very strong, extra- ordinary val...
  2418. ... strong, extra- ordinary value, from 13s. 6d each Chinese Matting, full yard wide, extraordinary value, fro...
  2419. ...n Brussels, extraordinary value, from 3s 61. each Chinese Balcony Blinds, strong green ones, extra- ordinar...
  2420. ...found half nude Earopean girls smok- ing opium in Chinese dens. We now proceed to give those zealous office...
  2421. ...d for signature against the loathsome and leprous Chinese, the wives of the men who are struggling hardest ...
  2422. ...ttle artieles of frivolous female finery from the Chinese hawker or the Lascar pedlar. Of course, it would ...
  2423. ...t the Chinamen, and yet in his own house eats the Chinese-grown beans and cabbages; is far more to blame th...
  2424. ...nd subverts the dearest interests of Labour. Anti-Chinese leagues, trades-unions, the maintenance of the pr...
  2425. ...ions as land-nationalisation, payment of members. Chinese immigration, and the like, the two sides of the H...
  2426. ... the State the time will ultimately oome when the Chinese will be pro- tected in order that Joss may be a f...
  2427. ... workman as against the cheap English, German, or Chinese artisan, possesses the only claim to represent th...
  2428. ...tends to support as the hereditary friends of the Chinese, and ignores the fact that the real friends of th...
  2429. ...and ignores the fact that the real friends of the Chinese are those who keep the ports of New South Wales o...
  2430. ...as a pretended Pro- tectionist to address an anti-Chinese meeting held by the Protectionist party, and he a...
  2431. ...e against Labour ? Whose dearest friends were the Chinese robbers of the workman’s loaf, and whose insol- v...
  2432. ...e Empire if they hadn’t boots for the winter? The Chinese must gc. Whoop ! He moved as an amendment that th...
  2433. ...serve his status. A Queensland paper chronicled a Chinese meeting under the heading of “Parliament of N.S. ...
  2434. ...fection - between the Australian Republio and the Chinese leper. The spirit of Hung Fat is aroused, and rec...
  2435. ...irmness, that England sha'l clear the way for Ihe Chinese in the Pacific. For many centuries, as Hung Fat p...
  2436. ...lishmen were permitted to trade and reside in the Chinese Empire while Hung Fat, whe, till then, had asked ...
  2437. ...unity comes ; if he ip. then the expulsion cf the Chinese from Aus- tralia will be the signal for retaliati...
  2438. ...of tte parchment obligation which promises to the Chinese free acc ES to every part cf the British Empire w...
  2439. ...ain is kicked in the bank account the question of Chinese invasion will come up for immediate settlement, a...
  2440. ...lly as | an old Irishwoman selling fruit and as a Chinese dog-pie vendor, and he has cast a halo of chival-...
  2441. ...act, we Imagine that the D.T. will have to keep a Chinese interpreter if it is going to go on wlih this lin...
  2442. ...minds of the good thus wrought among their fellow Chinese colonies. They con- sidered Mr. Wai eminently qua...
  2443. ...owever, The Bulletin s sub-edPo", who understands Chinese a good dea’, was present on one of these oooasion...
  2444. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2445. ... ruined the latter t > save a few pence Then came Chinese carpenters, and the other white men supported the...
  2446. ... they are the backbone of Austro- Hungary. Mayhap Chinese ancestors of French Basques were victors at some ...
  2447. ...d there is no West! But there is a South, and the Chinese are journey- ing thither. It all follows a law of...
  2448. ...r a “consis e paper ’ (1) To refuse admittance to Chinese v y et call out for the admittance of the fruit s...
  2449. ...*’A 1 *’A Brookes ” (Georgetown, ().): Thanks for Chinese and leprosy “Diogenes” considerable contract, but...
  2450. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2451. ...stralia lie could, on similar grounds, praise the Chinese cabinet-maker'. “ I have very clear and definite ...
  2452. ...erial Government on the question of excluding the Chinese, the best way was “to cut the painter at once, wa...
  2453. ...here ex- plain, can’t work so hard as a European. Chinese gentlemen never exert themselves more than is abs...
  2454. ... adherence to the party of German and Belgian and Chinese cheap labour, and the curse of Holy Roman slavery...
  2455. ...rs of old to the drays which drag the products of Chinese slave-labour from the Sydney wharves to the overg...
  2456. ...s of the Southern capital. The Wool-Kings ami the Chinese. A r r the instance of Mr. R. W. Thompson, the Ne...
  2457. ...mbly has appointed a committee to investigate the Chinese question, but as the result of the absurd custom ...
  2458. ...ally important that the numerical strength of the Chinese in various occupations should be ascertained, and...
  2459. ...Is it not a fact that those hells upon earth, the Chinese camps in the interior (particularly those at Nara...
  2460. ...ra and Hay) are maintained out of the earnings of Chinese who are engaged by squatters to “ lingybaky tlee ...
  2461. ...ct that, taking an average, the price paid to the Chinese for ringbarking is less than half the amount whic...
  2462. ... for the “improvement”? Is it not a fact that the Chinese have an entire monopoly of this and other work on...
  2463. ...on’s committee to find out what proportion of the Chinese population is temporarily employed at squatter’s ...
  2464. ...l be of such immense advantage to the colony. The Chinese population of New South Wales is larger than that...
  2465. ...it will be discovered that nearly one-half of the Chinese are at present em- ployed by squatters in various...
  2466. ...ious capacities. Perish the white man ! Live, the Chinese—and the sheep ! ♦ " Sideway , and I p and Mown.” ...
  2467. ... been cicatrised in the part used. Now as regards Chinese names, I see that the Mongol, who signs the note ...
  2468. ... Groom says that ‘ the Germans are no better than Chinese.” Didn’t they show this when, at the late electio...
  2469. ...he will reach it—if she is not over- whelmed by a Chinese invasion before she gets there. The idea of Austr...
  2470. ...ards five millions strong, and nothing—except the Chinese —can overtake us. The French and German possessio...
  2471. ...M. Herald, which pi;o- fesses to be a feebly anti-Chinese paper, sinks its washy principles for the sake of...
  2472. ...w Australians re beginning to feel dimly what the Chinese rvasion means. They are painfully recog- ising th...
  2473. ... authorities at Peking. Speaking re- ently on the Chinese question in the New iouth Wales Legislature, Sir ...
  2474. ...ustralian shores : “He was inclined to think that Chinese settlement in uistralia was assuming a form entir...
  2475. ...col- acted his information from the visits of the Chinese Com- ittssioners some months ago, and from some o...
  2476. ...gislature >f a bill prohibiting the employment of Chinese labourers for a term extending over he next twent...
  2477. ...will, of course, materially augment the stream of Chinese emigration to Australia. All these things caused ...
  2478. ...ll these things caused Sir Henry to think hat the Chinese Government itself was pro- noting what was now ta...
  2479. ...he lesign that by sending considerable numbers of Chinese to some remote part of the Australian territory—r...
  2480. ...rritory—remote from European population—they (the Chinese) might become strong enough to form a kind of Chi...
  2481. ...ese) might become strong enough to form a kind of Chinese colony. . . . He held, and he believed most peopl...
  2482. ...nd an outlet where she > ight possibly form a new Chinese Empire, or t any rate found a Chinese settlement....
  2483. ... form a new Chinese Empire, or t any rate found a Chinese settlement.” * • • This is the great danger ! Sir...
  2484. ...ur. In the Northern terri- tory he employs—what ? Chinese labour! With impatient greed of gain he explains ...
  2485. ...Northern Territory could not be developed without Chinese labour. Is there any necessity for developing it ...
  2486. ...hich to lull a child asleep. We forget that these Chinese of whom we speak so lightly have marched as conqu...
  2487. ...ood which interests itself in the non-marriage of Chinese immigrants or the immorality of fan-tan and opium...
  2488. ...mmorality of fan-tan and opium-smoking! 1 * • The Chinese are not moral from our Euro- pean stand-point. Th...
  2489. ...s from which to view the Mantchoorian deluge. The Chinese at present descending upon us are but re- peating...
  2490. ...an jave- lins. According to their own account the Chinese were once but a small horde of roving barbarians ...
  2491. ... the mag- nitude of the danger looming ahead. The Chinese Empire is very old, and the parent race is very v...
  2492. ... Ger- many lacks men, China has too many, and the Chinese Imperial authorities are assist- ing them in thei...
  2493. ...heir exodus, Many years, many centuries, have the Chinese tilled the earth until agriculture has with them ...
  2494. ... by nothing less than all his history.” * * • The Chinese movement in Australia is similar to the Jewish ad...
  2495. ...t,” and the thought has been well advertised. The Chinese are engaged on a second Argonautic expedition in ...
  2496. ...dy history actively and not passively. This whole Chinese problem is a problem embodying the old racial war...
  2497. ...this, and take into our own hands the .traffic in Chinese slaves. We might form them into gangs and drive t...
  2498. ...uverture. There is but one course— prohibition of Chinese labour on Australian soil. We must follow the lea...
  2499. ...ess of sanitary laws, to make life intolerable to Chinese im- migrants to this continent. It might be pos- ...
  2500. ...en in power, to impose a tax on every employer of Chinese labour representing the difference between the Mo...
  2501. ... offendthe Empire, and he endeavours to fence the Chinese question in a humble cir- cular, abjectly implori...
  2502. ...on principles which shoeh u( i a» a | sf ? men. A Chinese can never un g 0 interests himself in local polit...
  2503. ...me , t d« 4 'vorking bullock,. * er sojourn he is Chinese. He ne n n „ liewj, community; he has no thoug .y...
  2504. ... to be provided when two • s- 1 pjir tralians and Chinese, lnhab^ Already double sets of laws '“win? 10 foE...
  2505. ...abit our \ They Are But Sojol'R >tK |\ j„ it! The Chinese have but one 0 a ]ce hfrfCW Australia. That objec...
  2506. ...' everlasting abstraction of , a luC L, ! 1 ',;,. Chinese. Alines are of no re treasure is obtained by alie...
  2507. ... is made to the annual ia ", r ; n iiP aJ t pAe s Chinese criminals. More every month by the China b? comes...
  2508. ...ole tweb’e n ... # routes put together. >I A TftE Chinese Do j- ( For which many white gi l . alll jot. $ B...
  2509. ...st depths in the ordi» a ; l ■ -y favoured by the Chinese months ago told of a Mong » ai>- Ji> .p, whose wi...
  2510. ...sting further pursued. The deej j je cc’. je <. A Chinese celibacy inflict* 0 t»k e be plain enough to all....
  2511. ...on in its most deeply disastrous presentment, the Chinese quarter must be resorted to, and if anything more...
  2512. ... of our own in Aus- tralia without permitting the Chinese to add to the number. Yet they are now disseminat...
  2513. ...ngolian insures against the operation of the law. Chinese run fan-tan tables day and night all through the ...
  2514. ...ouths are promptly punished. As long as there are Chinese here they will carry on public robbery by means o...
  2515. ...ath. Generations of filthy living have inured the Chinese constitution to most of the diseases which existe...
  2516. ...d. But here again, in most Australian cities, the Chinese are highly favoured. White men by the dozen are c...
  2517. ...tinue to contain the fever-beds characteristic of Chinese settlement. The small-pox pestilence which issued...
  2518. ...eness which seethes through a house crush-full of Chinese. As he has vices of his own so also the Chinaman ...
  2519. ...one day be inoculated with the maladies which the Chinese now hold as a monoply. They are Independent of Lo...
  2520. ...h regard to the condition of their dwellings, the Chinese are unharmed by the penalties of the law. But the...
  2521. ...’s fortune. In all matters of civil law, too, the Chinese are at an immense advantage. Considerations of tr...
  2522. ...hese soulless cravens only. The great majority of Chinese immigrants are absolute slaves when they land her...
  2523. ... detective or police. In George-street, Sydney, a Chinese shopkeeper has been known for years as a wholesal...
  2524. ...us means of livelihood. Even by their physiognomy Chinese criminals are assisted, for identity is always a ...
  2525. ... farce of very consider- able proportions. If the Chinese are to stay here it will be necessary to construc...
  2526. ...d fact that every citizen has to re- cognise. The Chinese won’t elevate their labour to the Australian stan...
  2527. ...ccur Australian labour must be de- graded to the; Chinese level. It is with some per- sons the fashion to a...
  2528. ...s with some per- sons the fashion to applaud the 'Chinese for their “industry.” But there is a fallacy inhe...
  2529. ...t there is a fallacy inherent in such praise. The Chinese are not more indus- trious than white men while w...
  2530. ...ay. If union men worked during the same time that Chinese work the latter would be absolutely distanced in ...
  2531. ... for “ industry ” because they work 10 hours, the Chinese may be still more highly applauded for working 12...
  2532. ... men won’t work at his rates he can get plenty of Chinese who will. There are 440,000,000 of them. Emigrati...
  2533. ...ve means of keeping them back are adopted. To the Chinese, Australia is a sort of Tom Tiddler’s ground,, wh...
  2534. ...eater will be the rush for the new Eldorado ; the Chinese invasion of the past is not a circumstance to the...
  2535. ...al and re- ligious prejudices long restrained the Chinese within their own borders, but these prejudices ar...
  2536. ...settlements are ready to give certificates to any Chinese who wish to rob us of the poll-tax as a prelude t...
  2537. ...to clutching at our national wealth. And of these Chinese there are not less than 440,000,000 ! These are s...
  2538. ... crystallise into law that laconic command— “ The Chinese Must Go. ” Editor Bulletin.—Sir,—From certain “Ch...
  2539. ...se Must Go. ” Editor Bulletin.—Sir,—From certain “Chinese” items you have lately published, I incline to th...
  2540. ...stralia. Here —on the Ethe- ridge River- -we have Chinese butchers, bakers, storekeepers, cooks, carriers, ...
  2541. ... the Etheridge goldfield. I have thought out this Chinese question long since, and come to the conclusion t...
  2542. ...fishness and greed of the European population the Chinese would have been cleared out of the country long a...
  2543. ...f members of any other profession; but anything a Chinese does is done for so much less than an Australian ...
  2544. ...uces his prices so as to try and compete with the Chinese, the Chinese further reduce their prices, for the...
  2545. ...es so as to try and compete with the Chinese, the Chinese further reduce their prices, for they know perfec...
  2546. ...an. It is often said here, that we cannot without Chinese to grow vegetables. Now, tins is one of the most ...
  2547. ...d pay well, but if they started to glow them, the Chinese would be certain to sell tor less, because they m...
  2548. ...nd, consequently, having a great antipathy to the Chinese, of course he would have nothing do do with them....
  2549. ...thing do do with them. Just so. But, you see, the Chinese cut firewood for less than a white man would do i...
  2550. ...ood just when you want it.” On the same lines the Chinese were allowed to drive the engine and feed the bat...
  2551. ...headway amongst us.” There are no less than three Chinese, lepers on the Etheridge, who have passed their d...
  2552. ...bably few, even among Londoners, are aware that a Chinese quarter exists in the British metropolis. It is a...
  2553. ...aman is beginning to take root in London, and the Chinese curse will some day come home to the nation which...
  2554. ... bitter- n ?ss of spirit about the old cry, “ The Chinese must go,” and aliout the way they don't go all th...
  2555. ...ike meeting an old friend to again read about the Chinese curse in the dailies. Many a man got his first st...
  2556. ...he parson is also under deep obliga- tions to the Chinese curse. When lie failed to derive the customary in...
  2557. ...tomary inspiration from the Book, the staunch old Chinese curse was ever at his side to suggest a text. If ...
  2558. ...ust where the trouble arises in Aus- tralia. “The Chinese must go,” hut they keep on coming instead, and ev...
  2559. ...ut they keep on coming instead, and even the'dead Chinese come hack and show their papers at the Custom Hou...
  2560. ... there do congregate. * * # Fifteen years ago the Chinese camp at Ballarat East was a large and populous su...
  2561. ...e street in Ballarat East. He bore the ortho- dox Chinese baskets, a pair which had evidently been in activ...
  2562. ...andoned to the filth and utter loathsomeness of a Chinese camp. About 34 yeax-s of age, tall, l’ound, with ...
  2563. ...tent of the catastrophe. The country on which the Chinese camp at Ballarat is situated is nearly all “old g...
  2564. ... the narrow thoroughfare groups of sleek* looking Chinese, arrayed in their best imported togs, slouched wi...
  2565. ...lestial phenomenon was dressed in the very latest Chinese style ; gorgeous silks of many colours bedizened ...
  2566. ...winking. He was full of jokes, and a wild sort of Chinese humour. I have read that the Chinese delight in p...
  2567. ...wild sort of Chinese humour. I have read that the Chinese delight in punning; this man must have been the k...
  2568. ...lated into Queen’s English, implied that Sin Fat, Chinese cook, lived and plied his trade within, and was p...
  2569. ...s. Mrs. “He was full of jokes, and a wild sort of Chinese humour.” Bin Fat coolly removed the keys from his...
  2570. ...TIN, ”-SYDNEY, N. S. WALES— APRIL 14, 1888.   The Chinese Question. YOUNG AUSIRALI A: “I MUST KILL HIM, BUT...
  2571. ... is passed on first to an Anarchist and then to a Chinese laundry. And when a "funeral procession goes roun...
  2572. ...ion just at present. • * # Now that vigorous anti-Chinese legislation looms in the immediate future it is a...
  2573. ...e festivities. The pub. was situated close to the Chinese Camp, and as the residents of that balmy locality...
  2574. ... a few weeks past, any person walking through the Chinese camp al Creswick (Vic.) would have been attracted...
  2575. ...nless you happen to be a land- lord. Felton’s new Chinese Act in the U.S. is to be out-and-out prohibition ...
  2576. ...to its rich alluvial being utilised by a thousand Chinese gardens. Thus- does civilisation slowly crawl. Wh...
  2577. ...vers. Apply, ‘Bulletin Office. Shakespeare on the Chinese Leper Ques- tion : —“ Out damned spot.”—(Macbeth)...
  2578. ...y who trades with them, as wel' as boycotting the Chinese directly. People would speedily cease tolerating ...
  2579. ...er of his custom elsewhere. In a pamphlet on “The Chinese as Colonists in the 19th Century, ” published by ...
  2580. ...ictoria, appears the following with regard to the Chinese poll-tax : “ We venture to affirm that neither En...
  2581. ... ? A Victorian paper, urging the exclusion of the Chinese from Australia says: “No civilised State has ever...
  2582. ...is often the highest form of civility ” is an old Chinese maxim. It was evidently designed to facilitate Ho...
  2583. ...and stole a bucketful ot ancient eggs. There is a Chinese tea -pedlar named Hi Hawk in South Melbourne. His...
  2584. ...n burglar-proof safes. The Californian traffic in Chinese women has increased, notwithstanding the severity...
  2585. ...lian National party than An Chew can head an anti-Chinese crusade. . - * The creed of such politicians as P...
  2586. ...if England does not object ; he suggests that the Chinese influx, which owes its strength entirely to his e...
  2587. ...or 12 years he lias been the prop and stay of the Chinese becausejie wanted to keep Aus- tralia for the Aus...
  2588. ...hould be pleased —if it suits her —to beseech the Chinese Emperor to restrain his subjects from eating up t...
  2589. ...a British Act of Parliament. The expulsion of the Chinese is an essential part of the great Republican move...
  2590. ...ntry which could be relied on to grapple with the Chinese trouble. .Should the New South Wales Government e...
  2591. ...n of Great Britain. Australia can apply it to the Chinese invasion of its own territory. Jordan, the Queens...
  2592. ...pen your eyes.... “ B.B.” : The large majority of Chinese “ emigrants ” are criminals. They are collected b...
  2593. ...ralian labour cannot compete against the low-paid Chinese labour en- gaged in cabinet-making ? Dear Bulleti...
  2594. ... ker- rushed—“hung-ye-hookee,” we believe, is the Chinese name for it. Then an astute heathen, whose intell...
  2595. ...d when he closed his remarks there was a sound of Chinese applause in that back lane, and the cheers of the...
  2596. ...E JOHN. WITH OLD PASTEUR'S IN TOWN, AND THIS ANTI-CHINESE EXCITEMENT ON, I THINK YOU AND I HAD BETTER LIE L...
  2597. ... of the association. <( An English print says the Chinese thought little of the Amman earthquake, which kil...
  2598. ...if any facts remain in this world of villainy and Chinese furniture. There is a parson in one of the suburb...
  2599. ...oison ? Again, another lady was for months in the Chinese camp at Narandera, apart from her husband, but no...
  2600. ... t suppose you*receive hundreds of letters on the Chinese Question. Now, 1 Jus one. In the little town of C...
  2601. ... was all. They would not. promise to join an Anti-Chinese League. One of them said Chinaman did not affect ...
  2602. ...for each Chinaman (or Kanaka) em ployed. 2. Every Chinese trader to affix a £1 stamp to every article sold ...
  2603. ... been received fro the Australian colonies on the Chinese question have i ceived the attention of Lord Knut...
  2604. ... a treaty with China to secure t exclusion of the Chinese from Australia. Gillies and Griffith and the othe...
  2605. ... both defined th question of the expulsion of the Chinese from Australia as lying entirely between the Brit...
  2606. ... one. Yes, Duncan, but the publican s is nobbier. Chinese laundry.men are doing bio 1 busi- ness in Melbour...
  2607. ...an, and wounded others. Strong drink. I here is a Chinese druggist in Melbourne named Tuk Wing. Chows usual...
  2608. ...never-toucli-its can’t help tapping the claret. A Chinese hawker at Eudunda (S.A.) has been fined for not h...
  2609. ...N.S.W.), owned by a man with a Scotch name, has a Chinese overseer, and most of the hands employed on the s...
  2610. ...e behaviour of that Chow is the real state of the Chinese Question in Australia. That hard-working, meritor...
  2611. ...y intend introducing leprosy-microbes amongst the Chinese with a view to mitigating the plague. M. Pasteur ...
  2612. ... holidays in Sydney. The Doctor is an employer of Chinese labor, for there is a real “Chinkie” professor at...
  2613. ...mong the Wesleyans. bo it observed, doesn’t teach Chinese to the sons at Morrison’s establishment, but I ng...
  2614. ...s dependencies—Baron Carington, in fact. When the Chinese Commissioners were in Melbourne it was deemed exp...
  2615. ...e future Scrip- tures of Australia “ Fan Tan, the Chinese Governor, roasted a fat pig’, and set it up in th...
  2616. ...ueen-street, Brisbane, whose tenements are let to Chinese. Naturally enough, therefore, Griffith isn’t quit...
  2617. ...by the awful disease, communicated to his camp by Chinese—the loathsome wretches whom Parkes “ prefers to P...
  2618. ..., don’t to like this fashion and stick to the old Chinese style Fred, says because tliey, tlie frishiortrih...
  2619. ...rrespondent:— “Even Providence is giving the anti-Chinese agitation a lift—Chinkies, variously estimated at...
  2620. ... at Bondi, Sydney, there is a builder who employs Chinese carpenters. At Newtown, Sydney, the other day Mr....
  2621. ...loit Australia simply because of oui’ prospective Chinese difficulties. Better for us to have to fight Chin...
  2622. ...ural Sentences. Unnatural offences would, under a Chinese system of logic, be sequently enough punished by ...
  2623. ...What you think ? Says Inspector -Seymour “All the Chinese-tenanted houses visited (in Sydney) were very sma...
  2624. ...th at Dubbo Circuit for assault with intent, is a Chinese half-caste, born at Wellington (N.S.W.)   CORRESP...
  2625. ... Australian Governments take no steps to restrict Chinese immigration the people are jus- tified in taking ...
  2626. ...at the ways of mankind are as unfathom- able as a Chinese washerman s receipt. Meanwhile the old man has te...
  2627. ...y Creek, not far from the pole set up to mark the Chinese line of demarcation. Bag after bag did the weary ...
  2628. ...e to any English nobleman. We are speaking of the Chinese Leprosy; which has come to the City of the B.H. a...
  2629. ...matum in his pocket, would not help us out of the Chinese difficulty one bit. On the contrary, it would int...
  2630. ...Without let or hindrance. This is one side to the Chinese question which Mr. Purves and the Aus- tralian Na...
  2631. ... treachery go further? Let the corpulent organ of Chinese cheap labour and foreign sympathy lend its capa- ...
  2632. ...a pig- headed proclamation to the effect that all Chinese ports are infected with some vague complaint not ...
  2633. ...nt not specified, and that “ all vessels bringing Chinese passengers to any port in Victoria be detained by...
  2634. ...t is a confession of weakness which in- vites the Chinese Government to show fight, and places Victoria in ...
  2635. ...aces Victoria in an untenable position. The great Chinese Question cannot be kept in quaran- tine by any sa...
  2636. ...er Salt A distinguished Chow has stated that “the Chinese who voluntarily put thousands of miles of sea bet...
  2637. ... himself and the graves of his ancestors is a bad Chinese, always excepting a servant of the Emperor procee...
  2638. ...d, “ All right, Air. , not clean sock.” Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Why do they come across the...
  2639. ... , not clean sock.” Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Why do they come across the seas ? We beg them,...
  2640. .... Their ancestors they much displease — Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those b...
  2641. ...ey much displease — Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese- Foul sca...
  2642. ...Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese- Foul scatterers of strange d...
  2643. ...Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese- Foul scatterers of strange disease — They turn t...
  2644. ...t, Thus thinking to their gods appease— Those bad Chinese! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those ba...
  2645. ... their gods appease— Those bad Chinese! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Who pla...
  2646. ... Those bad Chinese! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Who play fan-tan and “ squa...
  2647. ...Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Those bad Chinese ! Who play fan-tan and “ square the P’s.” Denounc...
  2648. ... We’ll ship them back, protesting “These .Are bad Chinese, are bad Chinese.” Nasty Remarks. [Many Original,...
  2649. ...back, protesting “These .Are bad Chinese, are bad Chinese.” Nasty Remarks. [Many Original, and Some TBCE |j...
  2650. ...nro, M.P. for Geelong (Vic.), speaking at an anti-Chinese meeting in the Mel- bourne Town Hall last week, s...
  2651. ...was green. His present Kiama Ghost (the fear of a Chinese in- vasion should we cut the painter) is yellow. ...
  2652. ... says the pig-tail is a mark of allegiance to the Chinese Empire. Gillies must hide his under his hat then....
  2653. ...n to the alleged fact that Mr. Gee has em- ployed Chinese labour. “Ah Gee ! you’re afraid to Kum On,” remar...
  2654. ...a dozen new in- dustries have started. Of the 300 Chinese, brought to Australia by the steamer Afghan, ther...
  2655. ...odly, neither do the wicked prosper for aye. Some Chinese gardeners have been robbed of £3O at .Brunswick (...
  2656. ...been robbed of 30 red, golden sovereigns, and the Chinese Empire would have been the richer for that same. ...
  2657. ...ut a year ago a deputation from the original Anti-Chinese League waited on General Wong Yung Ho and Consul ...
  2658. ...en’s Faith? At the crowded and enthusiastic anti- Chinese meeting, held in the Sydney Town Hall the other n...
  2659. ...all hazards, a peremptory stop must be put to the Chinese invasion. He was a Jewish drummer, who travelled ...
  2660. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2661. ...ns, far from being terrified by the prospect of a Chinese invasion as a result of “ colonial ” independence...
  2662. ...ason ” : (1.) There are, we believe, six or seven Chinese lepers at Little Bay Hospital, Sydney. (2.) Lepro...
  2663. ...olumns the doctrine embodied in the phrase: “ The Chinese must go!” .... “ Alf. J. Stevens ” (Albert Park, ...
  2664. ...ber will dare to raise his voice on behalf of the Chinese.” So far, the result of the Queensland Elec- tion...
  2665. ...CEdipus, we must answer or be de- voured, and the Chinese Sphinx is only a single phase of a fierce struggl...
  2666. ... Christian forbearance—to retain in Australia the Chinese competitor against struggling white labour. In Ne...
  2667. ... they cannot consistently bar Australian ports to Chinese labour—the chief objection to which is that it is...
  2668. ...er-recurring alternative, “ Eat or be eaten.” The Chinese Restriction Act is a mere measure of partial Prot...
  2669. ...e in Aus- tralia, would be President of the Anti- Chinese League. • » * How to keep the market open to her ...
  2670. ...eet shoddy-ring, as well as to the em- ployers of Chinese and Kanaka labour in Queensland and the Northern ...
  2671. ...act with courage and promptitude in regard to the Chinese question. At that time the s.s. Afghan had not to...
  2672. ...er a certain date ; had they further apprised the Chinese Government of such a prohibitive emigratory measu...
  2673. ...emigratory measure,, and had they given intending Chinese emigrants an oppor- tunity “to make other arrange...
  2674. ... strained to its utmost limits, and when an anti- Chinese deputation waited upon .Sir Henry Parkes, Poet, P...
  2675. ...red up a fresh fear of the power of the “ great ” Chinese Empire. He said, in reply to a hint about cutting...
  2676. ...o-morrow you would be helpless with regard to the Chinese. ... I re- peat, if you separated from Great Brit...
  2677. ...uld be as helpless as children with regard to the Chinese. China would have a just cause in declaring war, ...
  2678. ...able power. She could do what she liked and plant Chinese settlements in Australia, in spite of all the pow...
  2679. ...eply, that we' ran far less risk of. opposing the Chinese now than if we waited until they had developed th...
  2680. ...l the dogs of war and powers of Cocytus anent the Chinese question, is only a style' of speech that ‘ ’ lon...
  2681. ...hey have done in regard to the restriction of the Chinese, and pats them with its jewelled fingers on the h...
  2682. ...atening the very staves of empire is issued ; the Chinese must go should the very Universe reel from the ho...
  2683. ... article in the current Nineteenth Century on the Chinese question in Australia. He has a slap at the Forei...
  2684. ...tralian Governments would either veto or minimise Chinese immigration at once. He con aiders that the prohi...
  2685. ...on at once. He con aiders that the prohibition of Chinese immigra- tion by Australia would be viewed with i...
  2686. ...based on the information he gained from prominent Chinese officials during his (Sn John Pope Hennessey’s) s...
  2687. ... ropey.” POLITICAL POINTS Is Uncle Abigail auntie-Chinese ? The Sydney dailies are now all “ turnifig dog ”...
  2688. ...urning 1 question in the co’onies just now is the Chinese one, and the impression is widespread tnat Johnny...
  2689. ...as treacherously and unpatriotically illumined by Chinese lanterns, and the ball-room a bower of somewhat s...
  2690. ... with his “ paper ” when he was in Australia. The Chinese Ambassador in London, H. E. Lew Ta-jen, has again...
  2691. ...arquis of Salisbury on the subject of restrictive Chinese legislation in Australia. He asks whether the imp...
  2692. ...isting friendly relations between British rum and Chinese opium. We really don’t think it is! But while the...
  2693. ...stick of Ipdia-ink on a scroll of rice-paper, the Chinese question in Australia is being settled by the Aus...
  2694. ... to poll-axe. The very latest is a cable that the Chinese will send gunboats to Australian waters. The Argu...
  2695. ...to the Braid wood (N.S.W.) Dispatch, two new-chum Chinese, who had lately arrived with their more civilised...
  2696. ...cal capital—loans. A native boom—a boomerang. The Chinese must get—bag and cabbage. There is a constable in...
  2697. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2698. ...mbugs. They thought to rise to heaven on the anti-Chinese wave,, which has, after all, only left them bruis...
  2699. ...able time was lost, also. The quarantining of the Chinese who embarked for Australia on the understand- ing...
  2700. ...ed them to land here, was a cowardly mistake. The Chinese ought to have been allowed to land because the ex...
  2701. ...y prohibit—in the very teeth of Great Britain—all Chinese immigration after a specified date. This would ha...
  2702. ...orkers in their objections to the presence of the Chinese. And yet men of his class are more dangerous and ...
  2703. ...rous and do more harm to the workers than all the Chinese that ever left China. The Duke is not here to pur...
  2704. ...f the New South Wales Government in regard to the Chinese passengers on board the Afghan, Tsinan, and other...
  2705. ...that one of the reasons why we should exclude the Chinese is that they belong to an “ inferior ” race ; we ...
  2706. ...es pleads for restrictive legislation against the Chinese. We admit the potency of the plea ; but we are no...
  2707. ...nd gratuitous injustice. Let us make amends ! The Chinese came here not even in error. Our statutes gave th...
  2708. ...considerable amount in pecuniary damages. • * The Chinese are the more to be pitied because they are the vi...
  2709. ...d fury of his defiant speech when introducing his Chinese restrictive measure, his been everything by turns...
  2710. ...rkes’ ambition was fired. The meeting of the Anti-Chinese League, with the Mayor of Sydney at its head, whi...
  2711. ... In order that the treaty may not be violated the Chinese in “ Australia,” according to the pro- visions of...
  2712. ...gislate, seeing that there are seven of them, the Chinese would have the right to live and trade in 35 Aust...
  2713. ...ty of rights existing between the English and the Chinese that Parkes pretends to be so anxious to preserve...
  2714. ...two things. First: It is all very well to put the Chinese in Australia —after they have /got here—on the sa...
  2715. ...ll legislate in an equally stringent fashion, the Chinese will naturally flock to that colony whose legis- ...
  2716. ...nough—put his finger on this weak spot in Parkes’ Chinese Restriction Bill. The Premier, said the doctor, h...
  2717. ...joint legislation respecting the exclusion of the Chinese from Australia. The act of pre- cipitant legislat...
  2718. ...ment of solidarity and Australian federalism. The Chinese on board the Afghan and the other ships in Sydney...
  2719. ...y Parkes’ insane and vaulting ambition. * * • The Chinese must go ! This is a decision we in Australia have...
  2720. ... sirous of pitch-forking them over the Heads. The Chinese must go ; but there are methods in their going. F...
  2721. ...Tasmania, and New Zealand, which it was hoped the Chinese agitation would expand, cement, and solidify, ha ...
  2722. ...vement for 50 years or more. And these persecuted Chinese are the innocent cause of a fresh feud added to t...
  2723. ...o the Afghan and other steamships having on board Chinese passengers, for setting aside the forms of justic...
  2724. ...hould subsist between all Australians, permit the Chinese to depart for Hongkong without making every repar...
  2725. ...scredited patriotism. The Greal Chlnese Fall. The Chinese upheaval in New South Wales lias furnished Parkes...
  2726. ...essfully borrowed and turned upside down, and his Chinese policy is the last and worst of them all. * * * A...
  2727. ... and worst of them all. * * * A few weeks ago the Chinese agitation pro- mised to pay no dividends, and the...
  2728. ...hysical force of the empire and devastated by the Chinese hordes, now strained the quaraiij tine laws in or...
  2729. ... week was that old-time panic over again. The new Chinese Restriction Bill is more hopelessly unworkable ev...
  2730. ...ssion to range all over the colony, and the “ntw” Chinese, who arete be restricted to five   "cities”—thoug...
  2731. ... two im- perious masters. The whole burden of the Chinese question, with it i possibilities of war and inva...
  2732. ...wondrous intricacies of the white man’s city, the Chinese problem re- lapsed into temporary quietude. The C...
  2733. ...y are at the present moment employing hundreds of Chinese at ring- barking and scrubbing, thereby debarring...
  2734. ...urely the squatter ought to he satisfied with His Chinese workmen, and not try to throw caretakers of ( Gov...
  2735. ...the police will follow his good example. When the Chinese habeas corpus cases were before the N.S.W. Suprem...
  2736. ...nt has been forced to release Lo Pak and 49 other Chinese from illegal detention in quarantine on a writ of...
  2737. ... Now for the Celestial gunboats ! At a meeting of Chinese in Brisbane it was decided to cable to Peking ask...
  2738. ...Is it a fact that any officer of the N.S.W. Anti- Chinese league holds an interest in premises used by Chin...
  2739. ...nese league holds an interest in premises used by Chinese for the purpose of gambling? ” Assistance has bee...
  2740. ...f human kindness. Fifty years ago, the celebrated Chinese traveller, Abbe M. Hue, wrote : “ The Chinese, in...
  2741. ...ted Chinese traveller, Abbe M. Hue, wrote : “ The Chinese, in almost all the wars they have waged, have bee...
  2742. ...suit the lawyers. Interviewed in Adelaide, re the Chinese question, Cardinal Moran said : “The Chinese in A...
  2743. ... the Chinese question, Cardinal Moran said : “The Chinese in Australia are of a low tribe, the scum of the ...
  2744. ... burning question in the colonies just now is the Chinese one, and the impression is widespread that Johnny...
  2745. ...in writing to the Sydney Morning Herald anent the Chinese question, was to publish, per medium of the most ...
  2746. ...onservative organ in Australia, the fact that the Chinese labour trade is carried on by British merchants, ...
  2747. ...d tp dispel the erroneotis common belief that the Chinese can or do emigrate as free agents like the popula...
  2748. ...hese sources and others that the spreading of the Chinese element over the Australian conti- nent, and the ...
  2749. ...than the incorporation of this continent with the Chinese Empire. Yours, Frank Clifton. The English financi...
  2750. ...ney are clamouring aloud for the exclusion of the Chinese and for CURRENT CASH! The people’s wish to us is ...
  2751. ...ook after her ow T n defence. Outside menaces—the Chinese or European States have very little effect with m...
  2752. ...sary for Australian leaders, in the prospect of a Chinese irruption which England has failed to give any he...
  2753. ...mier taking the part of despot. Those who say the Chinese should not have been allowed to land are wrong. T...
  2754. ... of the necessity of bringing about a stoppage of Chinese immi- gration to Australia, trusts that the N.S.W...
  2755. ... tion that the action of Australia in prohibiting Chinese immigration is opposed to international law and t...
  2756. ... probably rise in blooc stained insurrection. The Chinese up there hav sprung up like a flower and taken po...
  2757. ... is the fall of the Eulopean man in coi sequence. Chinese cooks are in possession ever; where, and the pale...
  2758. ...tled “ The Federated Chinaman,” prophesied future Chinese complications as the inevitable result of the pol...
  2759. ...ly bring the Empire into closer relation with the Chinese nation, and the noble labours of the bankrupt Mor...
  2760. ...darin Parkes doesn’t matter much. In his own dull Chinese way, he has understood that up in the assemblage ...
  2761. ...nalties and disabilities, and the countless Anglo Chinese race which is grow- ing up in Hong-Kong, the Stra...
  2762. ...twithstanding anything in this Act contained, any Chinese arriving in the colony who produces evidence to t...
  2763. ...shall be sufficient evidence of the claim of such Chinese to exemption under this section.” If the object o...
  2764. ... their stages in one sitting and have dropped the Chinese Restriction Bill of 1888 through the back window ...
  2765. ... new nation pure and un- defiled.. To England the Chinese question is a matter of profit and loss ; the Tur...
  2766. ...pulsive ; the enforcement of sanitary laws in the Chinese dens of Australia will give him somewhat of the o...
  2767. ...uise of cen- turies it has outgrown the burden of Chinese tradition and carved out for itself a new destiny...
  2768. ...ce. o * • Therefore we denounce Sir Henry Parkes’ Chinese Restriction Bill as one more addition to a long l...
  2769. ...ition to a long list of comparative failures. The Chinese subjects of Britain are multiplying fast ; in Sin...
  2770. ...icon is_ passed, the fiat has gone forth, and the Chinese Question has received its death-blow from the the...
  2771. ...ch this country has endeavoured to get rid °f the Chinese is unchristian.” Probably it is, but it neverthel...
  2772. ...a Spokfokth-slung brick.' It appears that all the Chinese want in order to make them one of the greatest po...
  2773. ...eration, make a voyage to China and give the poor Chinese this “ impress ” for which they are yearning. Let...
  2774. ...wrt j;jce for a certain client by a v ho. Are the Chinese ? Pjl- _ CheonGj th,|k Missionary and lecturer in...
  2775. ...h,|k Missionary and lecturer in Victoria, |“1 The Chinese and the Mon- golians ar» ri, ended together. The ...
  2776. ...together. The Mongols are very objectionable, the Chinese proper are not. 2. The Chinese do not want to emi...
  2777. ...objectionable, the Chinese proper are not. 2. The Chinese do not want to emigrate, because there is ample l...
  2778. ...ims.” General VVux.o Yung Ho.stated also that the Chinese were a decent and peaceable race, that they had n...
  2779. ...ers, and that no Opinion could be formed from the Chinese residing here, who were only of the lowest classe...
  2780. ...vv, putting these remarks tor gether, we find the Chinese delegates saying in effect that the Chinese prope...
  2781. ...d the Chinese delegates saying in effect that the Chinese proper find the mixed Mongolian population a' nui...
  2782. ... own criminals to these shores. Briefly, what the Chinese themselves cannot ■ stomach they coolly demand th...
  2783. ...transpor- tation ; that they are constantly under Chinese surveillance, and are compelled to live and act a...
  2784. ... convict regulations is reported by letter to the Chinese authorities, who punish the offender by harder co...
  2785. ... following questions naturally arise : —l. Is the Chinese convict population to be fed at our ex- pense ? 2...
  2786. ...een successful or not— are we to meekly submit to Chinese convietism? 3. If the con- vietism of our own rac...
  2787. ... Mon- *®!nselves ’w n „ \. se are too bad for the Chinese everv their own statement, have ® e rsp ec j a [ ...
  2788. ...ible, other- wise Mr. Dibbs’ amendment to Parses’ Chinese Restriction Act has our hearty endorsement. The v...
  2789. ...h does not provide for the total exclusion of the Chinese immigrants will be accept- able to this House. 2....
  2790. ...s House. 2. That any legislation in regard to the Chinese should, if possible, be the result of the united ...
  2791. ...e illegal acts of the Government in regaid to the Chinese.” , Co-operation and Land [?] Dear Bulletin, -Per...
  2792. ... who cordially disapproves of The Bulletin’s anti-Chinese attitude sends us the following with a request fo...
  2793. ...arin or something of China. Look at hi now If the Chinese Emperor caught him he would p * he Un S- chi --.....
  2794. ...p. We observe with pleasure that the in- fatuated Chinese race is beginning to put on heathen frills, which...
  2795. ... a useful purpose at last. It smuggled a batch of Chinese ashore in the cold gray mist of early morning, an...
  2796. ...abeas Corpus Act as they do in Ireland. In 1858 a Chinese Restriction Bill was re- jected by the Upper Hous...
  2797. ...-man’s Government. ” According to cable, the anti-Chinese atti- tude of the Australian colonies has incense...
  2798. ...verend brother rose to support the prohibition of Chinese. _ After prayerful wrest- ling with the subject t...
  2799. ...k for £4O a year. -this is a pos- sible result of Chinese competition which escaped Presbyterian calculatio...
  2800. ...action. The other day Heaton was cabled anent the Chinese diffi- culty, and the indefatigable advertiser im...
  2801. ...ance "of one or the other playing “low down.” The Chinese of Melbourne are refusing to admit unbelievers to...
  2802. ... throng of young people in a marquee lighted with Chinese lanterns and adorned by hanging baskets, fairy la...
  2803. ...ous Interference In Polities. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2804. ... in the article of the London Morning Post on the Chinese Question in Australia, in which it depre- cated a...
  2805. ... cations which have arisen in connection with the Chinese question. Still, the colonial Tory, who has learn...
  2806. ...ifhcsis, tl»e Trap, Last Saturday the N.K.W, Anti-Chinese League and the Sydney Trades-unions held a demons...
  2807. ...oes not unconnected with Sir Henry Parkes and the Chinese question. The cartoons represented said Parkes br...
  2808. ...eech on the occasion of the second reading of the Chinese Restriction Bill The Bulletin appeared with a sub...
  2809. ...te, Sub-In- spector Hyam, not to allow any of the Chinese passengers onboard the Afghan and Tsinan to land ...
  2810. ...orary his views on “ separa tion, federation, the Chinese question, and thing in general. ’ In the dulcet d...
  2811. ...the fire....“ R.w.” : Yes.it is beyond aoubt. The Chinese merchants themselves admit it re , e , y ,''' Mos...
  2812. ...lves admit it re , e , y ,''' Moseley ” : Let the Chinese only be per- mitted to reside in Freetrade consti...
  2813. ...W. Morant”: Half the officials of the Sydney Anti Chinese League are men who have long and earnestly worked...
  2814. ...kney ” : Please call “at Watson”: Saturday’s anti-Chinese demonstration in Sydney was attended by at least ...
  2815. ...tors spend their nights in imbecile discussion of Chinese and other problems while every hour some- body di...
  2816. ...ume. ( An old resident of China, lecturing on the Chinese Question in Melbourne the other night, said that ...
  2817. ...t present. If he satisfies us as a diplomatist in Chinese questions, the colonies might agree to extend his...
  2818. ...um. A correspondent writes from Wilcannia : “ The Chinese have a good hold here. We have Chinese grocers, b...
  2819. ...ia : “ The Chinese have a good hold here. We have Chinese grocers, bakers, fruit-shops, and the usual Chine...
  2820. ...inese grocers, bakers, fruit-shops, and the usual Chinese gardens—not forgetting a Joss-house. It amuses me...
  2821. ...e and gave him time. There are a great number, of Chinese and Japanese women at Port Darwin, and many there...
  2822. ...ous Interference in Polities. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2823. ...er ! There has just arrived in England an eminent Chinese scholar who is a direct des- cendant of Confucius...
  2824. ..., which practically crumbled Parkes’ melodramatic Chinese policy in the dust, was couched in language such ...
  2825. ... the land has enforced the release of a number of Chinese captives, and has declared in effect that all Mon...
  2826. ... of immigrants whose arrival suddenly changed the Chinese ques- tion into an imbecile Chinese panic, a grea...
  2827. ...y changed the Chinese ques- tion into an imbecile Chinese panic, a great number were not legally entitled t...
  2828. ...South Wales Upper House is likely to re- duce the Chinese difficulty to manage- able proportions for the br...
  2829. ...ircular Quay with a few remarks on the subject of Chinese cabbage-raising. Beyond this, things are pretty n...
  2830. ...ralism supports ; yet, except in the case of tiie Chinese Restriction Bill, it has never ven- tured to make...
  2831. ...Dwell saint enshrined ! Sydney. GEORGE BLACK. The Chinese Question treated Alcafcally. Cook’s great precurs...
  2832. ...Us? No, nor will e’en yet ninety nineties— It the Chinese has, however, ousted|HHHHl May 12, 1888. A. W.   ...
  2833. ...ouse, Palmers- ton (Q), it was resolved to form a Chinese society for the promotion of sanitary reform.” Af...
  2834. ...in Melbourne, announced himself as opposed to the Chinese. Mr. Catt’s reasons are obvious. According to Rev...
  2835. ... contingent of its writers with a vengeance., The Chinese llawker. Dear Bulletin, —I am a workman’s wife, o...
  2836. ...ary to an Australian’s physical happiness as even Chinese prohibition. Of course, you will say, “ Deal from...
  2837. ...les than my neighbours who continued to deal from Chinese hawkers. I did this in a pure spirit of patriotis...
  2838. ...of patriotism. My husband is a member of the Anti-Chinese League, although he is not patriotic enough to go...
  2839. ...although he is not patriotic enough to go without Chinese-grown vegetables. He told me that the Chinaman wa...
  2840. ...covered that he purchased all his vegetables from Chinese gardeners. I find now that nearly all the vege- t...
  2841. ...ts, and in various shops throughout the city, are Chinese- grown. The whole movement against the Chinese is...
  2842. ...re Chinese- grown. The whole movement against the Chinese is, I am inclined to believe, saturated with hypo...
  2843. ...singled out for accusa- tion. Why do not the anti-Chinese agitators pub- lish in the papers lists of the pr...
  2844. ...s whose dilapidated, ramshackle hovels are let to Chinese tenants for the foulest purposes, and serve as si...
  2845. ... says that, out of 400,000,000 inhabitants of the Chinese empire, fully 300,000,000 spend less than six shi...
  2846. ...e cruel impeachment of the moral character of the Chinese.” As regards,personal cleanliness, a .prominent S...
  2847. ...liness, a .prominent Sydney doctor says that- the Chinese are pn the average far cleaner than the whites wh...
  2848. ...so in gaol in various parts of this continent for Chinese cheap burglary, and thus the white man’s means of...
  2849. ...'of late, but the announcement that a shipload of Chinese will shortly arrive at Samoa, and be utilised in ...
  2850. ...obs—Nosey and the Baron —provided they are not of Chinese or other foreign extraction. In point of solemn f...
  2851. ...ation, Foreign Powers, Political Economy, and the Chinese Question with the steady pertinacity of an old Du...
  2852. ...ing up once more. •* _ * Mrs. Innocent, wife of a Chinese mis- sionary, in a private letter, tells a curiou...
  2853. ...Australia. Recently he visited the city where the Chinese mustn’t land, and, the question of street tree-pl...
  2854. ...ng starchy things to colonial Knutsford about the Chinese kick-up ; then there is MTlwraith in power with a...
  2855. ...his course of political ac- tion to him in re the Chinese question, but the * other side of the shield is n...
  2856. ...my and critic of Australian Nationalism. When the Chinese question sud- denly assumed the proportions of th...
  2857. ...on was purely and simply the outcome of that anti-Chinese meeting in Sydney Town Hall which adjourned, with...
  2858. ...opean miners at Croydon threa- tened to eject the Chinese from the goldfield within a fortnight unless the ...
  2859. ... as being hurt internally at the treatment of the Chinese in Australia. Among other expressions of grief an...
  2860. ...every Australian paper which [has raised the Anti-Chinese cry has stated distinctly that Australia wanted t...
  2861. ...were annexed in a similar selfish spirit, and the Chinese are selfishly permitted to come there because the...
  2862. ...ans and others whose interests are not injured by Chinese competition, and who are anxious for selfish reas...
  2863. ...tain the connection with the Empire, oppose anti- Chinese legislation lest it should lead in the end to sep...
  2864. ...ho have not suf- fered so far from the rivalry of Chinese cheap preaching’, and who selfishly make money by...
  2865. ...inally at least, the final court of appeal on the Chinese question m Australia, because they, in selfishnes...
  2866. ...il the claims of the opiumed pig- ' tail when the Chinese poll-tax was proposed during ’ the reign of the l...
  2867. ...10,000,003 are trained soldiers. The Australasian Chinese Conference challenges the “ British citizen” theo...
  2868. ...Act), and the 31 st December, 1887, the number of Chinese who departed from the port of San Francisco was (...
  2869. ... 30,089. Thus it clearly appears that 25,118 more Chinese left ’Frisco than got in again by either honest o...
  2870. ...les is far less frequent among the Colonists and (Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2871. ...ted into the Insolvent Court he was followed by a Chinese merchant, who, by the assistance of some very cut...
  2872. ...nd, John Haynes, lays down a new grovel in re the Chinese difficulty in New South Wales : “ The decision of...
  2873. ...les from Croajingolong (N.Q.) there is the wonted Chinese camp, where the game of fan-tan flourishes in com...
  2874. ...erally locked up for making a disturbance, but no Chinese son of a gun is ever run in by any chance. Do you...
  2875. ...ion of a huge conundrum in your capacious ear—the Chinese camp belongs to the P.M., and the yellow baboon, ...
  2876. ...her national decay. The complete expulsion of the Chinese and other servile races from Australia is merely ...
  2877. ...making a Parisian fancy he is being jawed at by a Chinese scholar in low circumstances. ## # # A benefit wi...
  2878. ...re-bell and rouse the Salvation Army and the Anti-Chinese League, and to place himself in communication by ...
  2879. ...try is of a retiring disposition. The N.S.W. Anti Chinese League have ordered a thousand jerseys with the l...
  2880. ...he wearers is intended. These letters stand for “ Chinese Must Go.” Plunkett, new member for the Logan (Q.)...
  2881. ...a for it to be practicable. * * A lecturer on the Chinese Question, speak- ing in the Collingwood (Melbourn...
  2882. ...ially recorded in a Govern- ment “minit” that the Chinese nation hasn’t drunk any of Marshall’s Tonic Nervi...
  2883. ...st, has col- lected £l5O in Melbourne in aid of a Chinese mission just when the people are “busting” themse...
  2884. ...ge at the same time. She also had been found in a Chinese den. She was not more than 18 years of age, and s...
  2885. ...r name already. This is one hideous aspect of the Chinese question. A CROSS BABY. Nothin a; is so conducive...
  2886. ...ales is far less frequent among the Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2887. ...evils. For a Freetrader to impose restrictions on Chinese immigration is, therefore, contrary to his creed ...
  2888. ... the community... .“B.B.” (Wilcannia): Thanks for Chinese yarn....“ W.H.”: You tell us that a N.S.W. Civil ...
  2889. ...ctors.would not speak to Christ.” ..“S.S.J.": The Chinese merchant is a gentleman in manner, anyhow, and hi...
  2890. ...of Customs, has thrown some official light on the Chinese Question as it affects Victoria. In 1883 only 433...
  2891. ...d Melbourne, they wired home strange telegrams in Chinese cipher to this effect: ‘"Ship lepers ad lib.” How...
  2892. ...ury, we oll ftem e . stQa 'kr col]iair, Wlt h the Chinese, and had in- China we maintained a large fleet w ...
  2893. ...ive I'totttsL d n °t like no.' This was why : The Chinese [yJßclejg■ fc,UBte d them our manners were bad, o...
  2894. ... thitvf/ llk ed. could S° abroad and They did nnf Chinese would have none thL 91 Wisdorn *° n */,“?* want u...
  2895. ...e none of these, S?'4Z me to bome* fo * them, the Chinese jWi' tile E UI , n etl the inflny >. when work n ...
  2896. ...n etl the inflny >. when work n °) ie an workman .Chinese immigrants con- jC hIi&PW iO3. a daV? UndhimBelf ...
  2897. ...per- S^' a fid in lr Will,tooo ®p ; W ! force ‘he Chinese, J? thch nuiriiio le *? u arld ke one of us; t£ ?...
  2898. ... , h .l ar a s ° od deal iJatg .ends i n , of the Chinese, as das den s of Jap* d? "’ S y dne y> and Mel- ?...
  2899. ... h , ioh walkfd B P°t- The Chin hlS tal - k about Chinese kV c 4erf n ,’ at) d quite ” aman is as moral as ...
  2900. ...road leading to a free united Australia, clear of Chinese, flunkies, bigots, bearers of bastard titles, and...
  2901. ...S. Mayne” : The fact is, of course, that fhe anti Chinese agitation is now thorough'y played out as a polit...
  2902. ...of horror through the land. He observed a wealthy Chinese inhabitant sunning his portly frame on the wharf,...
  2903. ...refore, a British subject, invariably wears full 'Chinese costume. He is simply idolised by Ms Victorian fe...
  2904. ...ast week sold at £1,901 per foot. The N.S.W. anti-Chinese agitators have enlisted the aid of the bagpipes. ...
  2905. ... whitey-brown horse in the van of the Sydney anti-Chinese procession last Saturday. Death on the pale moke....
  2906. ...e N.S.W. Government was very reluctant to let the Chinese land though shown by the Supreme Court that the d...
  2907. ...d how it came about that his opponent received 36 Chinese votes when only 15 lepers attended the poll. The ...
  2908. ...a most enchantingly retired spot to dis- cuss the Chinese question, extension of railways, and other intere...
  2909. ...te way in which the Australians have attacked the Chinese Question has shown them to be practical men liber...
  2910. ...ales is far less frequent among the Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2911. ...he country is racked by a doubt as to whether the Chinese should be poll taxed or provision made for the ca...
  2912. ...ondon Daily Chronicle in a leading article on the Chinese question speaks of Premier Parlces as “Sir Harry ...
  2913. ...red £25 to anyone who can prove that he ever sold Chinese-made goods. If he had named any other amount some...
  2914. ...ound more uncouth to English ears than Russian or Chinese poetry.- Yours, A rthur W. Bateman, Ry Ist one, N...
  2915. ..." W.H.C.It.” : We print your “ Motto for the Anti-Chinese League ” : ■ “ Australia for the British race And...
  2916. ...cepted as citizens, or do you class them with the Chinese ?.... “ H.W.” (Q.): A man who keeps a dam is a Go...
  2917. ...endeavour- ing to translate one single entry in a Chinese insolvent’s ledger.   Amusements, OYAL STANDARD T...
  2918. ...? ’ No. '2. : ‘ Are you in favour of bringing the Chinese under the Marsupials Act ? ’ No. 3: * Are you in ...
  2919. ...ales is far less frequent among the Colonists and Chinese than formerly. This is owing to the discovery by ...
  2920. ...gilists and no painters. * • * A professorship of Chinese is to be estab- lished at Cambridge. We in Austra...
  2921. ... to the ton. We earnestly draw the atten- tion of Chinese fossickers and others to the pro- pect thus opene...
  2922. ...uage popularly believed to be specially suited to Chinese comprehension, “ that not right, John; one wife g...
  2923. ..., to defend the Collector of Customs in the great Chinese alien case. He was finally rescued by a law repor...
  2924. ...an Catholicism ever passed the Doctor’s lips. The Chinese will probably wish to subscribe largely to the La...
  2925. ...ax removed, _ out of gratitude for which some 400 Chinese, in sombre European black, accompanied the doctor...
  2926. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2927. ...eral upheaval keeps on coming nearer. The leading Chinese of Australia are said to have received a proclama...
  2928. ... let them beware lest the popular nour, as in the Chinese Question, arouses the rnarckian spirit of Parkks,...
  2929. ...is sort of thing makes the white man mad. The old Chinese inventor never made the slightest use of his devi...
  2930. ...Europe, but it shows how lamentably deficient the Chinese are in the mechanical arts. They invented gunpowd...
  2931. ...ble want of resource is a hideous f eature in the Chinese character. * * • The Northern Territory is gettin...
  2932. ...all, but since Attorney General Wrixon led in the Chinese Immigration case, that opinion has been altered. ...
  2933. ...airns was to write to the Times in defence of the Chinese in Queensland. Major-General Cockburn is dead. Wh...
  2934. ...s of Haynes. On 31st December, 87, there were 113 Chinese in the Victorian charitable institutions, and 125...
  2935. ...ogative quoted by Attorney- General Wrixon in the Chinese Immigration case heard before the Victorian Supre...
  2936. ...r of his fellow-colonists. Tabletop (Q.) owns two Chinese lepers at ■esf nt. One has lost all his features ...
  2937. ...x v v* s*’ a ~~hs// cl c The Latest Aspect of the Chinese Question. (From a recent Illustrated Chinese Pape...
  2938. ... the Chinese Question. (From a recent Illustrated Chinese Paper.)   Mi Ritchie, tho President of :.<v-t»l F...
  2939. ...mous vote of confidence in Sir Henry Parkes’ anti-Chinese policy.” The Sydney D.T., whose proprietary appea...
  2940. ... on canvas many years ago. Dear Bulletin, — Three Chinese and two Malays are to be hanged here (Geraldton, ...
  2941. ...s Bay, where the murders were committed, none but Chinese and Malays are employed by the storekeepers and p...
  2942. ... interior. On one big station they are nearly all Chinese, from the carpenter down. Up at the N.W. coast th...
  2943. ... part of W.A. Judging from the style in which the Chinese are coming over to this colony, and their attitud...
  2944. ...re publicly charged with being the landlord;-; of Chinese gambling-dens they calmly ignore the allegation. ...
  2945. ...nsequently postponed. • * » Normanton (Q.) owns a Chinese lady who has abandoned the land where the fairest...
  2946. ...n effort to rouse her up, and he now reports that Chinese women are too reti- cent. He began by an affable ...
  2947. ...ty often sits down now and speculates in internal Chinese as to the reason why the white man broke off the ...
  2948. ...ymarket, Sydney, are occupied by no less than 533 Chinese who beast that they are lodged for an average of ...
  2949. ...n, who, professing with their tongues strong anti-Chinese opinions, quietly submit to see white men turned ...
  2950. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  2951. ...ight hundred years before the birth of Christ the Chinese rode bicycles, told the time by clocks, shot with...
  2952. ...rength. A Melbourne writer says that the wives of Chinese settled in Australia have no pull upon their dist...
  2953. ...t, a man of 30 years’ continuous experience among Chinese opium- smokers. He declares that Chinese who are ...
  2954. ...ce among Chinese opium- smokers. He declares that Chinese who are con- firmed opium-smokers, when put in ga...
  2955. ...he “Caucasian being played out” by a question of “Chinese cheap labour.” “John,” doubtless, de manded his w...
  2956. ...y wages to a man who parts with his coin only for Chinese-imported rice.. . “ S.M.C.” (Vie.): Some of it ex...
  2957. ...meda at Sydney return as passengers, and that the Chinese firemen are to be retained. This means war to the...
  2958. ...rk for Insolvency Court Judge Deffell. The N.S.W. Chinese Restriction Bill, which was only conditionally as...
  2959. ... see whether it is compatible with existing Anglo-Chinese treaties. As it is utterly and hopelessly incompa...
  2960. ...ere. I read that “ those idolators of beauty, the Chinese, are for ever at the feet of the beings whom they...
  2961. ..., mashers, jockeys, Starlights, Winters, Summers, Chinese, and the Devil, the latter gentleman being very f...
  2962. ...f them looked old enough to be the mothers of the Chinese Empire), the brilliant barber warned them to “be ...
  2963. ...s, say Port Macquarie, and a thousand families of Chinese settled upon it in one body, either as tenants at...
  2964. ...ralian actor is said to have realised £3lss. in a Chinese lottery. He has, consequently, relinquished the s...
  2965. ... by crystals, lime-lights, coloured glass globes, Chinese lanterns, and different forms of Oriental decorat...
  2966. ...for goading men into the Insolvency Court. If the Chinese must go, says Mr. O’Earrell in effect, what are y...
  2967. ...his name is as often Muggins as Moses. • The Anti-Chinese movement in Australia is not so much a racial as ...
  2968. ...efore the making of profits. The ejectment o' the Chinese from this Continent is a So- cialistic movement. ...
  2969. ... and to give valuable hints to the Lord. The anti-Chinese legislation of British Columbia and New South Wal...
  2970. ...the only individual who is to have any say in the Chinese question in Australia. The Australian intellect i...
  2971. ...a letter signed “ Jim Mullins,” stating that many Chinese were ar- riving in the North of this colony, I wr...
  2972. ... from Singapore bringing not more than six to ten Chinese, who find employment as gardeners or cooks in the...
  2973. ...dreds of N.S.W. Fr'etradsrs—vQ., Exclusion of the Chinese. History of Botany Bay. Van Diemen’s Land is as i...
  2974. ...ople who, whilst making a deal of use of the Anti-Chinese movement as agitators, have not scrupled to pocke...
  2975. ...sion of the Sydney Conference in reference to the Chinese Question. The Aus- tralian Governments obviously ...
  2976. ...ce and Representative in the Council, Mr. Zeal.   Chinese Cheap Labr: A Clerical View. CARDINAL MORAN (who ...
  2977. ...p Labr: A Clerical View. CARDINAL MORAN (who buys Chinese made furniture) SAID AT ADELAIDE THAT “THE HINESE...
  2978. ...?]OYS, CLARE OUT, O’IVE BROUGHT WID ME SOME CHAPE CHINESE TAYTOTAL PRASTES.”   r: A Clerical View. HINESE W...
  2979. ...?]OYS, CLARE OUT, O’IVE BROUGHT WID ME SOME CHAPE CHINESE TAYTOTAL PRASTES.”   Hope for the Deaf.— Nicholso...
  2980. ...any homicide which might be done by the oppressed Chinese who, taking the law into their own hands, should ...
  2981. ...the heads of the Supreme Court judges against the Chinese, and his own attempt to obtain a commutation of t...
  2982. ...The O’Kane then accords his patronage to the anti-Chinese party, which, he says : “ Deserved to bs encourag...
  2983. ...n the name of all that is wonderful, was the anti-Chinese question if not mainly a question of wages from i...
  2984. ... to boost the interests of English and German and Chinese labour has melted away like snow, and only 2105 c...
  2985. ...il of Blackall (Q.) are increasing the rentals of Chinese residing within the municipality. A weekly rental...
  2986. ...R.K.S.” attributes the N.S W. drought to the Anti-Chinese Demon- stration. A “Rabid, Kirk Snufflebusterhe e...
  2987. ...s on occasions of strikes unless a condition that Chinese shall not be employed on board the vessels be adh...
  2988. ...ralian colonies.” Thady O'Kane says that the anti-Chinese League collapsed because the committee changed th...
  2989. ...ts who said that the settlement of the Australian Chinese question lay solely with “US,” and that “ WE ” al...
  2990. ...is a very unfit settler for waun regions. But the Chinese may die ?, f L fa ® 11 ._ m the , T . err i*°! -y...
  2991. ... know the Latin name of the place he was aware in Chinese that be had been hit there, and he howled and rou...
  2992. ...er party’s grandmothers. Then they said “damn” in Chinese and went home, and the pale moon rose in the East...
  2993. ...kes ? Chief Justice Higinbotham’s judgment in the Chinese case, at Melbourne, is said by high authorities t...
  2994. ...olonial Secretary counts four hundred millions of Chinese as nothing, but five or six thousand miners—Yes, ...
  2995. ...urne for its capital—of course supposing that the Chinese, or some other Euro- pean Power, does not takei p...
  2996. ... possibly—but no, that would be too awful. +. The Chinese question is solving itself fast in Western Queens...
  2997. ...hen he wanted a billy and a blanket he dealt at a Chinese store. Now, if the news be true—and if it is not ...
  2998. ...ved. Principal Grant said that he didna like anti-Chinese legisla- tion, and he didna approve of Union mine...
  2999. ... (Q.) there resides an abo- riginal lady with two Chinese husbands. The family got on well enough for some ...
  3000. ...assertion that Griffith is the leader of the Anti-Chinese policy in Queensland. Against this we would point...
  3001. ...t out that Griffith was the man who prevented the Chinese being taxed years ago; that he did not ex- clude ...
  3002. ...ng taxed years ago; that he did not ex- clude the Chinese when he g ot the chance ; and that he has showed ...
  3003. ... If these things are the signs of Griffith’s anti-Chinese sentiments that politician must be built upside-d...
  3004. ...ed on summons with unlawfully living at the local Chinese camp and having no visible means of support, you ...
  3005. ... by crystals, lime-lights, coloured glass globes, Chinese lanterns, and different for ns of Oriental deorat...
  3006. ... clause of the Immigrants’ Statute, 1865, and the Chinese Act, 1881.” This one solid fact is almost the onl...
  3007. ... however, theAfghanwas only permitted to carry 14 Chinese in all, and Ah Toy, being one of the surplus 254,...
  3008. ... if it was in obedience to such commands that the Chinese Act was first drafted. Failing posi- tive evidenc...
  3009. ...try as the measure providing for the exclusion of Chinese immigrants, but neither has any right to advise t...
  3010. ...potent, and per- manently unworkable, or else the Chinese must have free access to Australia until the end ...
  3011. ...Full Court indirectly suggests that the Victorian Chinese Act, if distinctly as- sented to by the Crown, mi...
  3012. ...nternational or possible means of exclud- ing any Chinese or other hordes which might choose to rush her te...
  3013. ...It nullifies Australian legisla- tion against the Chinese, unless such legislation is “commanded” by the Go...
  3014. ... the subject. It casts discredit on the Victorian Chinese Act on the ground that its presence on the Statut...
  3015. ...rther lays down the law that it wouldn’t matter a Chinese curse even if it were so approved, as it requires...
  3016. ...minds us—ls the Melbourne statue to be inscribed “Chinese ” Gordon ? Ladies’ wire dress-stands for draping ...
  3017. ...essful.” Another little joke ! A new phase of the Chinese question has since the rumours of the intended wa...
  3018. ...on by the State is necessary. Dear Bulletin, —The Chinese must go. They are becoming unbearable. To-day was...
  3019. ...lad iesand ginblemen, is en- titled ‘ Blast those Chinese !’ by”—but the audience hoorayed and roared for t...
  3020. ...days, lasts through several genera- tions, like a Chinese play. Hundreds of expe- dients have been suggeste...
  3021. ...were set on fire by either a red-haired girl or a Chinese lantern—l forget which—and that, “after the opera...
  3022. ...uminates your viscera as a candle-end lights up a Chinese lantern, and forthwith pro- ceeds to demonstrate ...
  3023. ... Referring to bhe recent prosecution of Ah Mow— a Chinese agent for the dissemination of zymotic disease in...
  3024. ...clean food ; let every householder who objects to Chinese-raised vegetable* subscribe to a company for the ...
  3025. ...“ Those whom Bacchus loves die young.” Chang, the Chinese giant, who visited Australia some years ago, is a...
  3026. ...t has much the same mania. It is cabled that “the Chinese Govern- ment are furious with Sir Henry Parkes.” ...
  3027. ...en off may go ; Sauce and toy-men come and knock, Chinese hawkers show their stock, Canvassers call all the...
  3028. ...tection Cheap labour and dear law. Preetrade when Chinese and black- legs are concerned, Protection to the ...
  3029. ...d. Speaking of the utter “ nervelessness ” of the Chinese a writer in the North China Herald points out tha...
  3030. ...e a spider, his mouth wide open and a fly inside. Chinese school children will undergo an amount of confine...
  3031. ...at would drive Western scholars mad, and even the Chinese babies sit wherever they are dumped, and remain a...
  3032. ...ance are informed that Mr. Beecham is a civilised Chinese storekeeper in the City of the Plains. Rumour ave...
  3033. ...l suicide. The two others are the African and the Chinese. With these marriage is not a failure. Virility s...
  3034. ...kins are two of the five. After its vigorous anti-Chinese whoop Queensland is rather taken back to find tha...
  3035. ...he coast, and that, consequently, ships smuggling Chinese can escape legal penalties by disembark- ing thei...
  3036. ...election and his wife happens to be living with a Chinese cabbage-gardener in a shanty down Bombala way, th...
  3037. ... The London Times suggests in connection with the Chinese Question that Australia had better exclude all pa...
  3038. ...tewart. THE LATE KONG MENG, A PROMINENT VICTORIAN CHINESE MERCHANT. PHOTO. BY JOHNSTONE & O’SIIANNESSEY, ME...
  3039. ...islative Council was on the second reading of the Chinese Restriction Bill, when he made an eloquent appeal...
  3040. ...h’s Government re- pealed the law poll-taxing the Chinese entering Queensland. The reason given for the rep...
  3041. ...ding-room all day, but adjourns to a neighbouring Chinese restaurant where he has his meals for sixpence. *...
  3042. ... count the stars in the dark sky, and discuss the Chinese question and otherwise bthave after the manner of...
  3043. ...dead- beat as she recently legislated against the Chinese dead beat. Let U 3 profit by her example but with...
  3044. ..., poet and ex Chartist, against convicts, against Chinese, though not against a greater enemy to the commun...
  3045. ...rgest streets in our large cities are filled with Chinese gambling shops where fan-tan and opium smoking ho...
  3046. ...tary to the Newel Mile (N.S.W.) School of Arts. A Chinese merchant at Port Darwin (N.T.) is named HuDg Youn...
  3047. ...ll nations, and goe3 straightway and repulses the Chinese. He has a brother. in logic at the head cf a Stat...
  3048. ...r return, placing them under the operation of the Chinese poll-tax. Some queralous person complains in the ...
  3049. ... the colony of N.S. Wales What though the meanest Chinese cabbage-raiser will tell you that the be nighted ...
  3050. ... let Australia shift for herself in regard to the Chinese difficulty and settle the problem on her own resp...
  3051. ...n and our defencelessness against German greed or Chinese resentment was made the test of a “loyal” ser- mo...
  3052. ...h no man can play Skinner and long survive. The “ Chinese Question ” will make up the rest of the bill, and...
  3053. ...ht. The“‘ Times declares that the Australian Anti Chinese agitation is the “outcome of a poli- tical trick ...
  3054. ...iticians as it were. Ic is thought by some of the Chinese resi- dents of Sydney that Quong Tart will meet w...
  3055. ....] The above is from a Photo, by Tuttle & Co. The Chinese Government have Imposed a £lO poll-tax on British...
  3056. ...an Stofel, and a little afterpiece entitled the “ Chinese Question ” reveals the Dutchman and his daughter ...
  3057. ...g rf Mr. A. D. Brodie and Mi's Lena Taylor at THE CHINESE INVASION. BRITISHER: “MY YOUNG FRIEND, YOU SEEM T...
  3058. ...SHER: “MY YOUNG FRIEND, YOU SEEM TO UNDERRATE THE CHINESE. THEIR ARMY IS VERY LARGE, AND THERE ARE LOTS OF ...
  3059. ...LLIAMSON in their Famous Drama STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices as usual. Tickets for all parts ...
  3060. ...ociety puts newly-made crime to harden. Wong Way, Chinese store-keeper, Cooma, has assigned his estate for ...
  3061. ...the benefit of his credi- tors. It is not often a Chinese store keeper gce3 the wong way. A gay old Turk na...
  3062. ... bread will be as white as snow The Brickbat. The Chinese press is a solemn institution, but here and there...
  3063. ...th parties concerned. Amon other airy trifles the Chinese press contains a agony column in which the yellow...
  3064. ...le were observed in Queen-street, Brisbane with a Chinese flunkey bearing their offspring Probably a Chow i...
  3065. ...LIAMSON in their Famous Drama STRUC K OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices as usual. Tickets for all parts ...
  3066. ...deepest importance. While the free importation of Chinese manufactures (anc indeed merchandise of every kin...
  3067. ... New South Wales, it is a distinct advantage that Chinese should be admitted without let or hindrance. Our ...
  3068. ...mic standpoint that inducement should be given to Chinese workmen to come bo Australia. Then at leas; we an...
  3069. ...re-eminently grovel or nrr- lmmmtly busht. When a Chinese Emperor is to be married the bride-elect does, no...
  3070. ...LLIAMSON in their Famous Drama STRUCK OIL and the CHINESE QUESTION. Prices as usual. Tickets for all parts ...
  3071. ... with a large family is capable of anything.” Tha Chinese paterfamilias makes an annual arrangement with hi...
  3072. ... of fun just now n the Dark Continent. U A recent Chinese traveller describes the Mongolian troops as weari...
  3073. ...ould do well to study these facts in view of that Chinese invasion which is perpetual! looming on the Easte...
  3074. ...earn their living by the use of their brains. The Chinese difficulty has been solved in a part of West Quee...
  3075. ...they are bad they ought to be sent out of it, Our Chinese Ancestor. BY ARTHUR GAYLL. “ Long after palieolit...
  3076. ... “ Long after palieolithic man had passed away, a Chinese junk burst into these silent seas, witli youth at...
  3077. ...ator Knew no tommv-rob like this— This disgusting Chinese person Smelt far otherwise, we wis. Sloops there ...
  3078. ...ends speak of her as “ that stuck- up thing.” _ A Chinese Barber’s Mistake. (FOR THE BULLETIN.) Some years ...
  3079. ...e might easily have passed for second cousin to a Chinese mandarin, bht he never stooped to practise such d...
  3080. ...h much docility, but she refused to join in the “ Chinese Treaty Galop, ” and she threatened to leave the r...
  3081. ...ad at last taken alarm at the ceaseless influx of Chinese emigration into Siberia, and that decisive measur...
  3082. ...olution tf the Muscovite Government to oppose the Chinese in- vasion with the bayonets of her soldiers will...
  3083. ... still live, and some day, when the long-expected Chinese invasion becomes a realised fact, and the New Sou...
  3084. ...German princes never milk bulls. The inspector of Chinese in Sydney is Gordon. Chinese Gordon, we presume. ...
  3085. ...ls. The inspector of Chinese in Sydney is Gordon. Chinese Gordon, we presume. Just as no one ever saw a dea...
  3086.  
  3087. 1889
  3088. ...na they would to-day support the execution of the Chinese code to the letter. Did they live among Ashantees...
  3089. ...ing money Sue gave him the pound and he went to a Chinese gambling-den in Lower George-street. He came hack...
  3090. ...while very < ffectually hardening their hearts. ♦ Chinese and Wages The Northern Miner (Q.) objects to Chin...
  3091. ...nese and Wages The Northern Miner (Q.) objects to Chinese on moral, social, and intellectual grounds, bus n...
  3092. ...d morally, as Cninamen. As regards intellect, the Chinese, as a race, are by no means objectionable. Those ...
  3093. ...ot. Every point of difference between British and Chinese workmen comes finally down to differences in wage...
  3094. ... made much of the ethnological difference between Chinese and Britons, but his object in doingso was to bol...
  3095. ...tralian rates, the movement which has started the Chinese back to China should go on till Frenchmen and Ger...
  3096. ...hers against hostile attack. As an outcome of the Chinese not having demanded full wages, they have been th...
  3097. ... the cattle cannot get along without it.—L. • • A Chinese prisoner at Maryborough (Vic.) Gaol named Long Ch...
  3098. ...le to pro- vide for the Battenberg brood. • * * “ Chinese leper found in the centre of Sydney.” No, John, n...
  3099. ... cabinetmakers complain of having to compete with Chinese labour ; tailors and shoe- makers compLin of comp...
  3100. ...wnsville to edit a new daily, the Evening Stab. A Chinese magnate at Malacca recently died and his body was...
  3101. ...page in the history of Australia. Singapore has a Chinese alderman Mount Shad well, the Victoria eXtlndt vo...
  3102. ...ve his card, and third in ord;r are a quantity of Chinese hiero- glyphic j like a flat-iron under the influ...
  3103. ...squatter of Rivetina, has gone in exclusively for Chinese cos- tume. In wide holland trousers, blue tunic, ...
  3104. ... How tells the Canadian 1 Government that wealthy Chinese merchants in* tend sending a million Chinese from...
  3105. ...lthy Chinese merchants in* tend sending a million Chinese from the States td Canada and Australia. All lite...
  3106. ...(Sydney) three ordinary-sized houses in which 533 Chinese live, move, and have their being. There are 10 sl...
  3107. ...y from Mr. H. T. Donaldson, as to “Why we exclude Chinese?’ the Foreign- trader Fulsfobd replies, “Because ...
  3108. ...ly admit, therefore we desire not only to exclude Chinese labourers, but also the results of Chinese labour...
  3109. ...xclude Chinese labourers, but also the results of Chinese labour, in order that our workers may not be redu...
  3110. ...Furthermore, it is probable that the mport of the Chinese labourer would be less re- pugnant to us than tha...
  3111. ...evenue in some degree, how- ever small; while the Chinese-made article has no value outside momentary utili...
  3112. ...tion of condition, we must shut out, not only the Chinese produce, but the results of his toil. A “ noae cl...
  3113. ...rietor of Mel- bourne D.T.—sought to touch up the Chinese Restriction Bill with a proviso intended to suppl...
  3114. ...nto effect amended legislation on the question of CHINESE IMMIGRATION, it is our intention to ask the Legis...
  3115. ...lees would go to China and become the father of a Chinese Em- peror Mr. Stirling, In a paper in The Fort- n...
  3116. ...n to darkly insinuate that the Triumvirate employ Chinese cheap labour in the building up of these ballads,...
  3117. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 50a., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3118. ...rnal fiscal policies can reduce. • Consulting the Chinese Doctor. (FOR THE BULLETIN.) In that Sydney square...
  3119. ...at Sydney square which is called Wynyard dwells a Chinese doctor. Not a low- class Manchurian disease dispe...
  3120. ...nd other evil-smell- ing concoctions. No ordinary Chinese cracker, though his enemies say he was once an ex...
  3121. ...elicity attained by thrusting out cur tongue at a Chinese doctor. Therefore, were we to be found standing o...
  3122. ... duel was being fought between the fix- ings of a Chinese pagoda, those of a cigar-shop's back room, and th...
  3123. ...Iain and metal, with other grotetque ornaments of Chinese make, were scattered freely about, while, excepti...
  3124. ...ure was English and Austrian in style, even if of Chinese manufacture. Oj the wall some gilt mir- rors of t...
  3125. ...e intersected by pictures of the anti-perspective Chinese school and portraits In the Lower George-street c...
  3126. ...’ “Yes, So and So,” giving the name of one of the Chinese doctor’s former patients. At this staje of the pr...
  3127. ...he Square, wishing that we had been educated at a Chinese University and were owners of large gardens at No...
  3128. ...e mixture tasted like milk, we concluded that the Chinese doctor’s powder was chiefly chalk.   For Dyspepsi...
  3129. ...d he was an escaped Irishman from the bogs, and a Chinese pirate without any head. In short, he gave away t...
  3130. ...o import into our market from Hongkong say 10,000 Chinese babies, and offer them to the public at “ridicu- ...
  3131. ...ticle, its finished workmanship, the stamp of the Chinese manufac- turer, the beauty and holiness of encour...
  3132. ...s current last week that Mandarin Quong Tart, the Chinese Scotchman of Sydney, now on a visit to China, had...
  3133. ... obtained extensive currency among some truculent Chinese of Lower George- street, who seem to be of opinio...
  3134. ...lection has a sister who quite recently married a Chinese cook. He had a highly unpleasant quarter of an ho...
  3135. ...nd asked the intending M.P. what his views on the Chinese question were ? * * • That very laudable Sydney i...
  3136. ...y on harps which were made by inferior makers— by Chinese cheap labour, per- haps.—Yours, A Miner. • • ' • ...
  3137. ...es, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30.?. to 50j., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3138. ... It is true that the Australians have opposed the Chinese from the cheap-labour standpoint alone. Australia...
  3139. ...dpoint alone. Australia does noi seriously fear a Chinese invasion....“J.F.”; You “plea for a true patriot”...
  3140. ...g agitator, who took a prominent part in the anti-Chinese agitation on that famous goldfield. A N.S.W. coun...
  3141. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3142. ...le, who has never learned to real, but who owns a Chinese gambling- den in one electorate, and a public-hou...
  3143. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3144. ... of warfare. The British mer- chant Imports cheap Chinese or Indian goods Into England on the ground that t...
  3145. ...own the products of his Industry to the Indian os Chinese level the local factories are closed, and the Eng...
  3146. ...ney lately. A little while back there was a great Chinese case, wherein some 97 Chows sued the Chinese Doct...
  3147. ...reat Chinese case, wherein some 97 Chows sued the Chinese Doctor On Lee for wages, under some agreement whi...
  3148. ...ecommended the use of Westport (N.Z.)coal for the Chinese squad- ron. Thus does the Admiral get level with ...
  3149. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3150. ...ho had been rented out by her mother to live in a Chinese den and be the play- thing of a horde of Kanakas,...
  3151. ...ch common occurrence as hardly to deserve notice. Chinese immigration has been practically abolished in the...
  3152. ...an girl acquires the disease in some subterranean Chinese den and—well, her after fate is a mystery. She is...
  3153. ...re we wait anxiously for some wealthy landlord of Chinese dens to be stricken with the malignant contagion ...
  3154. ...r to the grave. This is the doom which we risk by Chinese contact. It is a consolation to know tlat wa all ...
  3155. ...a all risk it together, that the gold-glutted pro-Chinese is as liable to contamina' ion as was Naaman, the...
  3156. ...curable disease, and then perhaps the last of the Chinese may go. ♦ At Cierkenweli, London, it recently tra...
  3157. ...us Chinaman. Accordingly;., at midnight, when the Chinese healer was dream- ing of home and of, the mother ...
  3158. ...d the Salvationists, is beating the big drum at a Chinese station of the Army. A London exchange tells a co...
  3159. ...monuments of philosophic insight! Some Queensland Chinese statistics :—l5 Chinamen committed matrimony. Of ...
  3160. ...all the Devil’s Brigade at Port Darwin. The local Chinese, naturally litigious, and who for a number of yea...
  3161. ... the custom cf their native country. According to Chinese custom, the Em- peror, who has j ast been married...
  3162. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3163. ...d been wrecked some years before Id contained 800 Chinese, who were safely landed, fenced in a paddock, and...
  3164. ... labour. We might admit the free importa- tion of Chinese commodities without In the slightest degree affec...
  3165. ...r our present conditions, the free immigration of Chinese labourers would lessen wages.” Mr. George further...
  3166. ...hows him that the introduction of large bodies of Chinese into the United States lowers wages—indeed, In ma...
  3167. ... our present conditions, the free -immigration of Chinese labourers would Lessen wages,” and as he, judging...
  3168. ...aw and manufactured, could be sent free while the Chinese themselves kept rigorously on their own side. Mr....
  3169. ...e from foreign competi- tion, to come down to the Chinese level of wages aid living, or to starve. Those wo...
  3170. ...- rounded by a high wall and thickly inhabited by Chinese or by any people who earned little, lived upon li...
  3171. ...y one tf the leading denominations that has not a Chinese clergyman in Australia. Years ago Melbourne had o...
  3172. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30i. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3173. ...les can make raw material cheaper by substituting Chinese and Kanakas in place of white labourers, it is cl...
  3174. ...an be sent to the European fac- tories in a cheap Chinese junk in order to save freights; and then an era o...
  3175. ...a pair, let him rise in insurrection with a cheap Chinese general at the head of the movement, and try to f...
  3176. ...ed volume, thick and flabby with long handling by Chinese, Kanakas, Malays, vagrants, and moral lepers of a...
  3177. ...is “purely chimerical.” Qaong Tart has informed a Chinese inter- viewer that he thinks of entering the N S....
  3178. ...dliness. In Rockhampton a church stands “aside” a Chinese shanty dedicated to Venus, A maiden (address, Nar...
  3179. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Oane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3180. ...* thousands of patriots in support of a ba barous Chinese Emperor and a murderous Egyptian Viceroy ; and al...
  3181. ...ionalisation, we are told, are one; Socialism and Chinese cheap slops go together; universal freedom and th...
  3182. ...n the country and to open the ports to a flood of Chinese and Indian shoddy, bat to in- crease those duties...
  3183. ...y recommend that the same rules that apply to the Chinese should apply to all forms of imported pauper labo...
  3184. ...nstable on his intelli- gence and zeal. • • * The Chinese of Ballarat met together the other day to partici...
  3185. ... has glutted the market beyond recovaty. The only Chinese tax Is a land-tax, and amounts to three shillings...
  3186. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3187. ... by choice a distinct and separate country than a Chinese maj rity at Pekin could have to decide —by reason...
  3188. ...tends* any advice to Her Majesty ” concerning the Chinese Restriction Bill lately enacted by the Queensland...
  3189. ...her occasion took a passing glance at Heligoland. Chinese cheap labour, Chinese dirt, Chinese leprosy and i...
  3190. ...ssing glance at Heligoland. Chinese cheap labour, Chinese dirt, Chinese leprosy and immorality, and all the...
  3191. ...t Heligoland. Chinese cheap labour, Chinese dirt, Chinese leprosy and immorality, and all the other foul co...
  3192. ... wil' last,after the usual fashion of British and Chinese negotiations, until the Great Wall crumbles away,...
  3193. ...lomacy and a ton of wasted foolscap have left the Chinese pro- blem just where it was before, they will ex-...
  3194. ... grave concussion was not worth men- tioning. The Chinese question is assuming tre- mendous proportions, an...
  3195. ...ough which Australia is to be flooded by indented Chinese labour, it only remains for the Northern eolen/ t...
  3196. ...only remains for the Northern eolen/ to throw the Chinese immigrants and the elaborate document of the Colo...
  3197. ...ou, your worship, that among these poor, despised Chinese are some of the very best men on this field.” “ I...
  3198. ...ed about protecting labour when we ex- cluded the Chinese “Frank C.” (Camden): Under thoughtful considerati...
  3199. ... a sort of cress between a railway accident and a Chinese funeral, but these gatherings always come to an s...
  3200. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 80s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3201. ...Viceroy of Canton establish »■ branch of the Anti-Chinese League in that city, would be just a shade less i...
  3202. ...nt of the Japanese coal-mines is fast closing the Chinese market against Newcastle coal, and the only large...
  3203. ... nounced in public that he was going to eject the Chinese from New South Wales, and if the British crown di...
  3204. ..., we be- lieve, is there any visible reason why a Chinese army should not b,s planted in London so long as ...
  3205. ...lgnerona are this year employing large numbers of Chinese. It is indeed a blessed thing to think as you hol...
  3206. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. oo 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3207. ... protected against the products of the low-priced Chinese leper and hla almost equally miserable brother th...
  3208. ...sible then by any means that may come to hand—the Chinese will yet be ejected from Australia, and tha prese...
  3209. ...ee Its artlzvns competing on equal terms with the Chinese worker, who Is ready and willing to toll for a fe...
  3210. ... than it would guard Melbourne from the guns of a Chinese squadron anchored In Hobson's Bay. * ♦ « The univ...
  3211. ...at West Maitland selling private properties ! The Chinese at Haddon (Yic.)areeeiiously dissatisfied with th...
  3212. ...omplicated disaster for Lis proprietors ; and the Chinese com- munity have at last decided lhat if he goes ...
  3213. ...y with the efforts of tha Australian 3 to exclude Chinese from Australia. Vincent should sit down and think...
  3214. ...as must go !” was a Queens- land cry before “ The Chinese must go!” was heard on the Continent, but the Kan...
  3215. ...k you very much for this splendid victory.”   The Chinese Question in Queensland—a Sketch by a Chinese Arti...
  3216. ... The Chinese Question in Queensland—a Sketch by a Chinese Artist. “LORD KNUTSF ORD HAS SHELVED THE QUEENSLA...
  3217. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3218. ...Hoang-hc—the most shifting and treacherous of all Chinese rivers —suddenly burst Ils artificial embankments...
  3219. ...pulation of the country as there are In the whole Chinese Empire ; but the miserable hypocrisy of the day m...
  3220. ...00 w ere tested and one half proved worthless The Chinese Fami' e Fund in Melbourne is mounting up. It will...
  3221. ...the 87,000 words—moat of them curses—of which the Chinese languaae is composed, or for an African rain make...
  3222. ...d washed away civilisation, and commence, and the Chinese ques- tion, and Frretrade and Protection, and lan...
  3223. ...is- trate at Perth is quite in error. Assaults on Chinese are punished with even greater seventy in Eastern...
  3224. ... some exttnt the awful tangle and complication of Chinese arith- metic, and put the multiplication table on...
  3225. ...ness of the smallest and most ordinary subject in Chinese literature, where all the 80,000 characters in th...
  3226. ...e how far it is from here into the next street. A Chinese mile is made up partly of the distance you have t...
  3227. ...t ishard to be respectful to a man whom I got the Chinese cook to pull by the heels from under the c.ffeero...
  3228. ...fucius, was married recently to the daughter of a Chinese official at Pekin. Lord Chancellor Halsbury has r...
  3229. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3230. ... You were sober, Francis, and frugal; the patient Chinese were not more patient or long- suffering, more me...
  3231. ...mainly drawn from inspiriting coloqnies with your Chinese market-gardener. Your fitness for a specialist’s ...
  3232. ...he day of the toymaker who turned his back on his Chinese mandarins to pander to the propertied classes, an...
  3233. ... caught on deserted goldfields or found hidden In Chinese dens ; the leper Is an established feature in the...
  3234. ... Darwin (N T.) the telegraph department employs a Chinese boy to deliver dispatches. As he cannot read Engl...
  3235. ... upon the bush branches of bhe A.N. A. to repel a Chinese invasion it strikes me very forcibly that you’ll ...
  3236. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 80s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3237. ...tial drawn his last breath than his mate, in true Chinese fashion, gave the body a vide berth Toe captain w...
  3238. ...hin, white shoeblack polishing the boots of a fat Chinese. My friend does not allude, however, to the China...
  3239. ...s reflections—he himself was the man. Amongst the Chinese the hereditary prin- ciple has only a limited for...
  3240. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3241. ... St, George, and the Honor- able John Davies. Tne Chinese trouble is in a condition of exceeding vitality. ...
  3242. ...on races, the great drinking nations, and not the Chinese, Hindoos, blacks or copper-colored races, have be...
  3243. ...d people are Hawaiians, hut there are numbs rs of Chinese with a small proportion of Caucasians. When we la...
  3244. ...x-edltor of the SM. Herald, is looked upon by the Chinese in C oina as the wisest man in Australia. His spe...
  3245. ... are frequently translated and pub- lished in the Chinese newspapers. Parkes and Melville are looked upon a...
  3246. ...ty of men can be got at 3s. per day. That is what Chinese competition has brought the furniture trade to. J...
  3247. ... a dust on top of his vegetable; and all the dead Chinese saints with names like crippled pots and pans are...
  3248. ...bles, Iron Stands, Marble Tops from 30s. to 50-., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3249. ...want to appear consistent say they only object to Chinese on the ground that, being an alien' race, a bad t...
  3250. ...ourne. The way of the world. The recently-escaped Chinese leper Is sup- posed to be still on the loose in S...
  3251. ...eveiy possible emergency, and he is supplied with Chinese information about bow be is to speak and think an...
  3252. ...borne by two man- darins, singing Inoolyrently in Chinese that he won’t go home till morning, and with ms c...
  3253. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 50s,, Chinese Cane Lonnges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3254. ...at that is only a suphemism for Scotland. How the Chinese economise la thus ex- plained in the North China ...
  3255. ...istence of a high degree of culinary skill in the Chinese. Their modes of preparing food are thorough and v...
  3256. ...the veriest trifle. The ph/sioal condition of the Chinese dog or cat, who has to live on the leavings of th...
  3257. ...llectors swarm over all the roads of the country. Chinese women carry this minute economy into their dress ...
  3258. ...rasidents who gave their cast-off clothes away to Chinese may be assured the career of usefulness of these ...
  3259. ...s of these garments is at la»t about to commence. Chinese wheelbarrows squeak for the want of a few drops o...
  3260. ...is windows, could not be made intelligible to the Chinese. To them the average foreigners are mere soap-was...
  3261. ...amo deftly placed in a hole in the dividing wall. Chinese, in fact, saem to be capable of doing anything by...
  3262. ...so as to avoid the expense of coffin-bearers, was Chinese. Australians who—thanks to the autocratic Knuts- ...
  3263. ...nuts- ford—are still compelled to compete against Chinese cheap labour should study this story, if only to ...
  3264. ... great rate. An American Court recently granted a Chinese murderer a new trial on the ground that some o! t...
  3265. ...en and pigs are as they were 1 Brief Mention. The Chinese Relief Fund —The Poll Tax Perjury is now called O...
  3266. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505., Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3267. ...lay the difference between this statesman pud his Chinese and Siamese confreres ? If there was any, the sup...
  3268. ...day, and the transmission of our Divorce and anti-Chinese Bills to Windsor “to be approved or condemned ” b...
  3269. ...les, Iron Stands, Marble Tops, from 30s. to 505.; Chinese Cane Lounges and Chairs, Green and White Balcony ...
  3270. ... the determination of the colonies to exclude the Chinese, all treaties to the contrary notwithstand- ing ;...
  3271. ...e Chows who were holding him and 14 others in the Chinese capital. Two of Loch’s companions had previously ...
  3272. ... In Sourabaya roadstead, Straits Settle- ments, a Chinese passenger died upon a junk. A big coffin was orde...
  3273. ...good-nature and partly, perhaps, because ids keen Chinese faculty of observation told him that where- ever ...
  3274. ...steamer or of one owned jointly by British and by Chinese proprietors. * * * Thus it will be perceived that...
  3275. ...atfd derotes her Sunday afternoons to teaching a) Chinese class. The silver king, We are open to wagef, did...
  3276. ...rade with China, were met with a request that the Chinese should be allowed to come in here. Out- voice in ...
  3277. ...egates’ wishes, that this country must allow tl\e Chinese to come in so as to secure trade for England with...
  3278. ...is already being applied to his wife’s skull. The Chinese are the children of the Devil. Old Nick introduce...
  3279. ...e, tells how on circuit once they had a desperate Chinese case. The interpreter could not make one Celestia...
  3280. .... in Sydney who are paid to act as runners to the Chinese Fan-Tan Halls. AT last election for Northumberlan...
  3281. ...s. If he must figure in class-books let it be as “Chinese” Gordon, who spent some years of his inconsistent...
  3282. ... the displace- ment of free Australian workmen by Chinese, ■Kanakas, Belgians, Germans, and sweating-den ma...
  3283. ...vehemently when threatened with an importation of Chinese cheap labour, and then, like a disturbed sleeper,...
  3284. ...f we must have soldiers—and in view of a possible Chinese invasion in the adjacent future it would certainl...
  3285. ...ses—brought on, 1 imagine, by the cooks or by the Chinese gar- deners. If any of you want some good fishing...
  3286. ...re daily losing what few pence they may have in a Chinese gambling-den situated but a few doors from here. ...
  3287. ...d reprobation. The papers have been saying that a Chinese drama takes nineteen centuries to play. That is a...
  3288. ...nd the first corpse he had to inter was that of a Chinese pauper. Hogan said he wasn’t going to bury hay th...
  3289. ...e over 100 runs at cricket in Shanghai attired in Chinese dress and pigtail. Mr. Justice Windeyer—when in t...
  3290. ...ump, broke his ankle, tried to mend it himself on Chinese principles, and died. A Rock- Hampton doctor post...
  3291. ... ” : As you say, tha subscrip- tions for starving Chinese and Soudan fighters’ funds were large ; those for...
  3292. ...apon. * * # Out in the N.S.W. backblocks lately a Chinese prisoner who was being taken to gaol after receiv...
  3293. ...which brought Benny on the job. * * * A couple of Chinese storekeepers have waited upon the Victorian Minis...
  3294. ...apers. Here is a hunk of J effeeis’ latest—on the Chinese question ; They in Australia, he contended, were ...
  3295. ...orks for a living. The democratic doctrine on the Chinese question need not here be again recited, but part...
  3296. ...here be again recited, but part of it is that the Chinese must go, and that, in the words of W. H. Traill, ...
  3297. ... tickpen’ ” or “ ohillin for to buy ’emopim.” The Chinese gardeners also sell opium to the blacks, and in m...
  3298. ...r King, and was teaching a Sunday-school class of Chinese, turns out to be the moonshine predicted by The B...
  3299. ...t the price. We want neither the chinless nor the Chinese, nor the scientist, nor the lady of the legislato...
  3300. ... position. Why did he take so firm a stand on the Chinese Restriction Act ’—because he is a “ pro- fessiona...
  3301. ... and hitherto unspotted repu- tation, as it were. Chinese Competition. New South Wales is, according to the...
  3302. ... There are resident in Australasia to- day 57,300 Chinese. Of these no fewer than 16,800 are pursuing vario...
  3303. ... however, for small mercies ; the New South Wales Chinese Restriction Act has practically stopped the inpou...
  3304. ...t ! In the Sydney metropolitan area there are 394 Chinese furniture-makers competing on a refuse-rice diet ...
  3305. ...—wedded also to the principle of encouragement of Chinese cheap labour. It is desired to make out a case fo...
  3306. ...be employed in forty-six factories, while the 394 Chinese furniture-makers are engaged in turning out ramsh...
  3307. ...hegreater claim to the title of factories, as the Chinese furniture “ workshop ” employs on an average twen...
  3308. ...oys on an average twenty-three and three-sevenths Chinese per “shop,” and the European “factory ” employs o...
  3309. ...s at a rate suffi- ciently low to compete against Chinese-made fur- niture, “ fifteen women ” have to be pr...
  3310. ...ave to be pressed into service. To keep pace with Chinese competition, if the yellow brotherhood could subs...
  3311. ...en in furniture “factories,” run in opposition to Chinese “ workshops,” ought to be branded into the forehe...
  3312. ...alleged legislators who object to the branding of Chinese-made furniture as such. Oh ! for Heaven’s sake, g...
  3313. ... Sydney newspaper- proprietor owns, or has owned, Chinese gambling- dens? High Art Photography. —For artist...
  3314. ...ious Interference in Politics Foreign Titles, The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3315. ... shall be of their denomination. There is a large Chinese population in the colony. Is the religion of Joss...
  3316. ...f the British constitution, and yet in denying to Chinese aliens their legal rights under the flag, was pre...
  3317. ...ade. Dliiiiesse nine is eliean n.n Foreign trade, Chinese rope is cheap and plentiful in the Sydney market....
  3318. ...ver alone. The experiences in Sydney of the saved Chinese brother who wears “flock-coat all-a-samee Bishop ...
  3319. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3320. ...by newspaper readers of botl prose and verse. The Chinese cook of the Sweti mansion is a familiar sort of a...
  3321. ...ar. Inserted by his friend, G. Rignold. A genuine Chinese Comedy Company, the Swingtien Lo Royal Dramatic C...
  3322. ...e you aware, now that so much is being said about Chinese lepers, that there is in a Far North Queen town a...
  3323. ...itted a gross act of sacrilege. He discovered two Chinese reposing calmly in each other’s arms in the sacre...
  3324. ... for silver-fish is to keep a supply of the small Chinese crackers among your clothes. These have no smell ...
  3325. ...ince investing a few pence in these crackers at a Chinese store, and using them as directed, the pests have...
  3326. ...ho were not tailors. * * * . Mem. for Varley. The Chinese Amuse- ment Syndicate, Limited, has been formed i...
  3327. ...ry-go-round, and other similar amusements for the Chinese. There you are ! Ho the same thing here. Make Spe...
  3328. ...bars. * * * An Anglo-Indian lady boasted that her Chinese cook was much cleaner than her neigh- bour’s Indi...
  3329. ...nd has worked on provincial jealousy. Even on the Chinese question, the West Aus- tralian difficulty, and o...
  3330. ...it not for the indefiniteness of outline, and the Chinese sort of perspective that pertain to him we should...
  3331. ...erage politician. His shibboleth, however, is the Chinese, not the Pope. Whenever he lacks the material for...
  3332. ...at, bo far as New South Wales is con- cernect the Chinese question is now settled. That province has only a...
  3333. ...g thepast six months it would seem that about 050 Chinese have emigrated from the mother cdony to the Flowe...
  3334. ...se any further the mound of odium under which the Chinese are buried. The matter we propose dis- cussing is...
  3335. ...se dis- cussing is one of principle, of which the Chinese question is but an incident, * * If asked his obj...
  3336. ...thing but rice and fat bacon. With- out doubt-the Chinese do very objectionable things, though no crime has...
  3337. ...m in hounding them out. The real objection to the Chinese is strong enough to warrant almost any course bei...
  3338. ...skin are nur- tured all the traits which make the Chinese an enemy to our civilisation. * * ■* We object to...
  3339. ...nemy to our civilisation. * * ■* We object to the Chinese not because they are nnnituie-rnakers and market-...
  3340. ...lched from the barbarian Ihere are, however, more Chinese than come from China—at least, Chinese by habit. ...
  3341. ...ever, more Chinese than come from China—at least, Chinese by habit. During Z past few years the Italian haw...
  3342. ...e. They live as filthily and as closely as do the Chinese, hoping in a few years to sav e sufficient to ena...
  3343. ...heir skins to recommend them in preference to the Chinese. * * * To Italians and most other Europeans Aus- ...
  3344. ...ers has not yet arisen, except in the case of the Chinese, and with them Australia has dealt in no uncertai...
  3345. ...e is simply a danger to the community even as the Chinese are. The less he consumes and the greater his say...
  3346. ...ry vice of inordinate saving that avc condemn the Chinese, though he has the further vice of taking his sav...
  3347. ... our race. We have taken our measures against the Chinese, not be- cause of their yellow skin, but because ...
  3348. ...What groans from Collins - street. Talk abouQ the Chinese cabinetmakers ! why, there’ll be a tailors’ insur...
  3349. ...n of every other Chinaman —and you see it is only Chinese compe- tition that the Chinaman has to fear. John...
  3350. ...uring station by non-union shearers, 39 were from Chinese. He warns shearers that in the near future their ...
  3351. ... Prophet: Frightening away an Eclipse. AN ANCIENT CHINESE CUSTOM. RECENTLY ADOPTED IN NEW SOUTH WALES.   Th...
  3352. ...d go in and look round if I liked. Two boys—one a Chinese half-breed—were “putting in dis.,” three large ka...
  3353. ...olonial possession and Imperial naval station a “ Chinese treaty port,” and learnedly discourses on the rul...
  3354. ...nobbery prevails, and many a belle from the local Chinese camp turns up her nose at an otherwise eligible p...
  3355. ...uote things at liar had to play it all off on the Chinese lanterns. But the affair was well carried out, es...
  3356. ...an, a publican, a butcher’s run- ner, a broker, a Chinese cook in a Sydney hotel, and lastly, Madame Rumtif...
  3357. ...our children. We have shut our ports to England’s Chinese allies, we must keep our land from England’s spec...
  3358. ...ch—and was sworn thus. If it isn't possible for a Chinese to become white, it is now plain that a white may...
  3359. ...me white, it is now plain that a white may become Chinese in at least some things. —Yours, &c., Stickles, G...
  3360. ...nd labelled when in drives Mother Whackem, Avhose Chinese overseer had died not quite so suddenly, but the ...
  3361. ... 1 ?, who has conducted a missioft am on pa I the Chinese in the Canterbury district, has received a largo ...
  3362. ...gs and arms morticed to the body in acheap-anyhow-Chinese-furniture way that showed her future home was Col...
  3363. ...ollen optic, “I wish I was dead and buried in the Chinese Cemetery.” Mr. Rumpunch began to suspect that the...
  3364. ...ter and trot which is the usual gait of hacks and Chinese coolies. The monotony of the plains ceases at nig...
  3365. ...ne of Freetrade, would to-morrow import swarms of Chinese, Indian, Japanese, or Cingalese, men and women, a...
  3366. ...by special laws when introduced. The other is the Chinese race. There are dangers attendant in aggregation ...
  3367. ...ter, which are absent from the negro problem. The Chinese are subjects of a great and haughty nation. The r...
  3368. ...ly concern. It would be different with a horde of Chinese. Their cries would reach the foot of the throne o...
  3369. ...h inst.,. assisted by lady friends, a brass band, Chinese lanterns, refreshments and a young moon. This gid...
  3370.  
  3371. 1890
  3372. ...lexandria, believed to have its derivation in the Chinese. There are live solid acts to “ Judge Not,” and t...
  3373. ...sit to China): "I SAY, YOU KNOW I CAN'T LET THREE CHINESE LAND FROM THIS SHIP. SHE IS ONLY ALLOWE D TO CARR...
  3374. ...ents. They re- quire no more accommodation than a Chinese “boy ” in the east, who is entirely installed if ...
  3375. ...ot get it with any certainty here even at 3s. The Chinese tea you get at ordinary hotels can be landed in M...
  3376. ...ed should read the evidence given before the late Chinese Commission by certain members of the Sydney polic...
  3377. ...his that is growing up between the Scotch and the Chinese O # * A couple of Sydney doctors have just de- cl...
  3378. ...ent with a vehement attack made by Mr. Gaunson on Chinese credibility, the in- formers being two Chinese em...
  3379. ...on Chinese credibility, the in- formers being two Chinese employed direct by the Government officers, to po...
  3380. ...nformer’s visage. The mere mention of the fact of Chinese informers being employed to convict Europeans, or...
  3381. ...ash it. What a beautifully congenial work for the Chinese charac- ter ! Everyone knows, without being told ...
  3382. ... how truthful all Asiatics are. The re- spectable Chinese, above all, ought to discounten- ance this inform...
  3383. ...of the pantomime. Two things I don’t like are the Chinese drop-scene, which sug- gests typhoid oabbagee, an...
  3384. ...t Australia is quite justified in keeping cut the Chinese. When Hennessy was suggested as a Governor for on...
  3385. ... being that Hennessy’s household would consist of Chinese, and that he would heap favours on the race. When...
  3386. ...place, and in June of .the same year an influx of Chinese caused a disturbance which brackets Lambing Flat ...
  3387. ...rgotten. Dear Bulletin, — Let me tell y#u how the Chinese “locust” is being encourag’ed and sup- in the Nor...
  3388. ...est labour in the market. In point of numbers the Chinese outnumber ns by about ten to one. The white miner...
  3389. ...ry of great promise ; yet unless we can drive the Chinese out and thereby give room for Euro- peans we migh...
  3390. ...ts, can have no conception of how firm a hold the Chinese have of the Northern Territory of South Australia...
  3391. ...u are troubled with “unemployed agitations ” when Chinese are permitted, to do as they please in what shoul...
  3392. ...expense of Deniehey’s first interment. Chang, the Chinese giant, is on the war- path again and may possibly...
  3393. ... (Rail- way Co. for £5O damages for the loss of a Chinese Chow-chow slut given her by Lord Wolverton and in...
  3394. ..., and that three sides of a triangle are X plus a Chinese character, and has burnt the midnight taper over ...
  3395. ...ne, is a sister (Rose), another (Julia) married a Chinese Mandarin of goodness knows how many buttons, when...
  3396. ...army of Poles, Hungarians, Italians, Russians and Chinese, which has debased the lot of the worker in Ameri...
  3397. ...pectability on the silk umbrella he is carrying. —Chinese. A private letter from England states that a cert...
  3398. ...horse, or run into a spring- cart, or dismember a Chinese vegetable hawker, in addition to anything that co...
  3399. ...tinal sodas if they recollected this washy little Chinese joke at the tenth bottle. In “ My Jack,” at Sydne...
  3400. ...s,” He would make am excellent figure- head for a Chinese laundry, and Australia will be jit for nothing be...
  3401. ...n that scarcely dove- tails with his views on the Chinese puzzle. * Provi- dence has no more appropriate pl...
  3402. ...d, having made enough money by competing with the Chinese in cabbage-selling to clear the ancestral estates...
  3403. ...rld go wrong. * # #. A Sydney pawnbroker says the Chinese are his best customers, many articles being “put ...
  3404. ...he Banjo,” will appear in next week’s Bulletin. A Chinese doctor has been interviewed by the Adelaide press...
  3405. ...lisation is just about where Mahomet left it. The Chinese is, in the main, a teetotaller, and the Chinese i...
  3406. ...e Chinese is, in the main, a teetotaller, and the Chinese is a fossil. Yet drink is an un- deniable evil. I...
  3407. ...tection.” t9f a similar brand to those aroused by Chinese exclusion, of which latter restriction you approv...
  3408. ... been appointed editor of Sydney Echo. A grateful Chinese importer across the Murray has christened his fir...
  3409. ...illy Buck, has been saying for a long time that a Chinese man-o’-war is coming round to Port Jackson and Ho...
  3410. ...f Australia ? When the Foreign-traders barred out Chinese cheap labour, they fired the root of their creed ...
  3411. ...according to the daily press, a branch with three Chinese members was recently affiliated to the central bo...
  3412. ... the bull, but it was a beauty. “We are ruined by Chinese cheap labour.” Likewise, the impecunious English ...
  3413. ...enor as is expected of him. Au contrairey, as the Chinese say, Aggie Kelton has picked up enough of her voi...
  3414. ...r along the Collins- street Block. The nurse is a Chinese woman about 40 years old, in full Celestial costu...
  3415. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3416. ...eather top, 355, 455, 60s to 140 s MISCELLANEOUS. Chinese Cane Chairs, strong, 10s, 12s Gd, 15s, 20s, and 2...
  3417. ...ne Chairs, strong, 10s, 12s Gd, 15s, 20s, and 25s Chinese Lounges, 12s Gd and 20s Cafe Marble-top Tables, i...
  3418. ...der case, in which some years ago a woman and her Chinese paramours, Ah Kat and Jim Pong, were tried for th...
  3419. ... “ they are like women.” Writes “Spagnoletti —The Chinese Joss- House, South Melbourne, is quite a palace. ...
  3420. ...expected, but apparently earnest proselyte in the Chinese. The latest by cable is that the statesmen of tha...
  3421. ...ble demand of China that in the British dominions Chinese immigrants should be received on the same footing...
  3422. ...submit. In that ease it is almost inevitable that Chinese immigration will speedily assume such proportions...
  3423. ...e swamped and sunk by the weight of a predominant Chinese public opinion. The ultimate results may be somew...
  3424. ...uld stoutly refuse to yield to the demands of the Chinese diplomatists, results quite as awkward, and more ...
  3425. ...ect of her emigrating subjects of the latter, the Chinese would doubtless retaliate in like manner arid exc...
  3426. ...possible return for their toil. The (questions of Chinese and kanaka labour, which have been growing more m...
  3427. ...icial of 48 is in the same hilarious predicament. Chinese parents occasionally kill their children, it is s...
  3428. ...njust as a practical measure the exclusion of the Chinese, it follows that there is no peculiar authority a...
  3429. ...in the next breath denounced the exclusion of the Chinese as rigid Protection. In the first place, as wo ne...
  3430. ...severely restric- tive of all the Australian anti-Chinese Acts, which measure was drafted by a Cobden Club ...
  3431. ... logical termination, cannot see anything in anti-Chinese legislation but Protection. Parkeh and Wise and P...
  3432. ...hey consented to the unrestricted ad- mission of “Chinese cheap labour.” With all their bell-toppered disda...
  3433. ...nity that in agitat- ing for the exclusion of the Chinese they were pursuing a policy of pure Protection. T...
  3434. ...rticulars antagonistic to our own. We exclude the Chinese, as before long we will have to exclude “our fell...
  3435. ... law was passed regulating the immigration of the Chinese into certain parts of Australia the Hindoo elemen...
  3436. ...uweroftiny twelve shit ■ linii;: mot jit i‘ Walt. Chinese “ artisan. . II we may degrade, the term In using...
  3437. ... from the competition, lie chooses to exclude the Chinese. And as he treats the Chinese, so will he treat t...
  3438. ...oses to exclude the Chinese. And as he treats the Chinese, so will he treat the Hindoo, whether or not Engl...
  3439. ...ompetent to defend these shores against the whole Chinese nation. I have stated as clearly as language can ...
  3440. ...e. The Grand Old Man’s mistaken ideas re- garding Chinese virtues are accounted for by the fact that he has...
  3441. ...ncountered that great nation, save iu the form of Chinese ambassadors. We should like to take Gladstone for...
  3442. ...en Club Mr. Gladstone.deprecated the exclusion of Chinese from the colonies maintaining that they wore excl...
  3443. ...nfucius 'after a desperate struggle in which that Chinese sage was bitten in 16 places. And Dan. O'Connor, ...
  3444. ...if they don’t directly advocate the employment of Chinese labour on these tin- fields do so by implication....
  3445. ...s never proved a success till the advent of cheap Chinese labour. Now the tin-fields from which I write are...
  3446. ...worth h is keep. Sun Lun intimated, in colloquial Chinese, that Ki-Lee could poison, drown, shoot, or crema...
  3447. ...himself with a copious flow of ornamental Anglo - Chinese profanity, and started off for the township to ge...
  3448. ...n in order to force through Parlia- ment his anti Chinese law, will talk souie more treason about those che...
  3449. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3450. ... the cul-de-sac in which that places him over the Chinese exclusion question, by discussing it as an expedi...
  3451. ... in Australia for funds and volun- teers for some Chinese mission or other. Let them, instead of tinkering ...
  3452. ...sm, the temporal and eternal welfare of the whole Chinese nation, rump and stump—past, present, and future—...
  3453. ...it will be good to give a little encouragement to Chinese missions. When J. Bull gets a fair grip of Chowla...
  3454. ...and soon afterwards, to my amazement, Ah Foo, the Chinese cook at Rumford Plains, walked into the small apa...
  3455. ... now in England, denies that the exclusion of the Chinese from Australia was due to the Protectionists-! Ti...
  3456. ...ve that the Protectionist party did not eject the Chinese from N.S.W., but that Barkes and his followers ro...
  3457. ... sence. ” According to North China Daily News the Chinese claim that Christ was originally a Chinaman. Char...
  3458. ...d them. 'When we came to China I showed- it to my Chinese friends .{•ou; a previous occasion Niohblls had b...
  3459. ...seeing before him nothing but a crowd of grinning Chinese taunting him with the loss of his fortune. Two ar...
  3460. ...stralia. At Thursday Island we took on a few more Chinese passengers; but before reaching Cooktown one of t...
  3461. ...all his money. When we got to Cooktown one of the Chinese came to me and offered me this pearl for sale. He...
  3462. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3463. ...’—Shakespeare. Fifty thousand pounds spent by the Chinese Mission has resulted in the conversion of one sou...
  3464. ...ion has resulted in the conversion of one soul —a Chinese billiard-marker. Let us therefore support the Chi...
  3465. ...ese billiard-marker. Let us therefore support the Chinese Mission, for which m ney is now being drummed up ...
  3466. ...vent them doin ? it. Even the legendary system of Chinese cookery by which a small pig was put in a house a...
  3467. ...d. Possibly the Mongolian Emperor running an anti-Chinese movement in his palace at Pekin would present a c...
  3468. ...he Government have hit upon a new idea to prevent Chinese being smuggled into the colony They have decidetf...
  3469. ...ey have decidetfto have a photograph taken of the Chinese employed on board the vessels npon their arrival ...
  3470. ...the Benedicks, is now on his way to Singapore and Chinese ports, where he will open branches which will be ...
  3471. ...ss comes to the rescue the prospects of the great Chinese navy are far from gay. Half- a-dozen huge ships a...
  3472. ...are only a few of the smaller difficulties of the Chinese navy, and until they are overcome the invasion of...
  3473. ...ration suffer for her—which is a fine idea of the Chinese order and worthy of indefinite extension. For on ...
  3474. ...aly, late of Melbourne, that he had misjudged the Chinese question in Australia. The Grand Old Man post-car...
  3475. ... T^e'^xxSelzoi. SATURDAY. JULY 26, 1890. Will the Chinese Overrun the World? We had at first proposed the q...
  3476. ... question in a different form, namely, “ Will the Chinese conquer the world ?” On reflection, we sub- stitu...
  3477. ...hich fell to the lot of the late General Gordon — Chinese Gordon, as he was styled—during the major portion...
  3478. ...that Gordon stated to him his conviction that the Chinese are destined to overrun the whole world. Whether ...
  3479. ... an exalted appreciation of the efficiency of the Chinese as agents of civilisation. Emin, widely-travelled...
  3480. ...ed upon the subjection of the negro by means of a Chinese immigration under Ger- man auspices and control. ...
  3481. ...as to the destined domination of the globe by the Chinese. Emin is a faithful Teuton and Mould scarcely pro...
  3482. ...but spontaneous or organised by the rulers of the Chinese Empire. In order to realise the significance whic...
  3483. ...realise the significance which such a lodgment of Chinese might assume, it is merely requisite to recall to...
  3484. ...ce of all Caucasian civilisation under a flood of Chinese. * # # The Mongolian is the sole race respecting ...
  3485. ...cted in some degree, at least, the fringes of the Chinese popula- tion. The Malayan Archipelago and the aur...
  3486. ...direction. They have aroused the attention of the Chinese Government, hitherto almost unconscious of the ou...
  3487. ...s and inferior peoples. It is but recently that a Chinese ambassador conveyed to the Court of St. James a p...
  3488. ...r- emptory demand from his sovereign, that to the Chinese people should be extended the same privileges, th...
  3489. ...num- bers, 1,45(1,000,000. The inhabitants of the Chinese Empire make up no less than 450,000,000 of that t...
  3490. ...eaking people. There are about four times as many Chinese consolidated in one corner of Asia. * * # If the ...
  3491. ...h. Not much longer, can it lie supposed, will the Chinese be able, even if willing, to avoid intimate assoc...
  3492. ... future inhabitant of the world will be more of a Chinese than of any other typo. Since the Mongolians cons...
  3493. ...de fusion would be in type and featui’e one-third Chinese, about one-sixth European, and the balance, in va...
  3494. ...he combative' instinct still too predominant. The Chinese will have to conquer or to be conquered. Should t...
  3495. ... found knowledge, too, he cannot compare with the Chinese philosopher who bamboos the witness and hangs him...
  3496. ...eing better fitted for exportation than any other Chinese custom we ever heard of. SUNDRY SHOWS. SYDNEY SHO...
  3497. ...e the entire population- white, black, Maori, and Chinese, numbers four millions. Ask for Wolfe’s Schnapps ...
  3498. ...-sUyet), proves that Massage was popular with the Chinese 3000 years ago; that the Laplanders and .Finns em...
  3499. ...’CONNELL STREETS. Credit where credit is due. The Chinese introduced tobacco-growing intoTumut (N S.W.) dis...
  3500. ...along the prize quotation. It is taken from early Chinese literature —the 4th Epistle of Confucius, we beli...
  3501. ...r bayonet-exercise. No politician who voted for a Chinese Restriction Bill can afford to howl about the ini...
  3502. ... not very pretentious front elevation. Chang, the Chinese giant, could hardly stretch hims-lf in it without...
  3503. ...TE’S VIEW. The Bulletin has received from a half- Chinese gentleman a long and interesting letter, from whi...
  3504. ...r leader of 26th July bears the heading “Will the Chinese overrun the world?” Now, although your paper is r...
  3505. ...e world?” Now, although your paper is rim on anti-Chinese lines, aiK | p y oU rs truly, am a half-Chinese, ...
  3506. ...i-Chinese lines, aiK | p y oU rs truly, am a half-Chinese, you might ffk e to' beooW acquainted with my opi...
  3507. ..., secondly, the abuse any journal may hurl at the Chinese will affect their future just about as much as th...
  3508. ...ight, you assume the position to be this—That the Chinese are bound to mix with the other races of the eart...
  3509. ... of the earth: will the fusion be the result of a Chinese conquest or a conquest of the Chinese, or will it...
  3510. ...result of a Chinese conquest or a conquest of the Chinese, or will it be effected gradually and peace- fu]]...
  3511. ...e inevitable fusion w ill be effected partly by a Chinese conquest, and in a greater degree peacefully and ...
  3512. ... a greater degree peacefully and quietly, # * The Chinese have been, and are still, at the bottom, an essen...
  3513. ... entertained by Europeans 30 or 40 years ago that Chinese were useless as soldiers have now been dissipated...
  3514. ...ting of the Taeping Rebellion, or the late Franoo-Chinese war, and you will cease to doubt that Chinese sol...
  3515. ...noo-Chinese war, and you will cease to doubt that Chinese soldiers arc of stern stuff Gordon thought them a...
  3516. ...fear—ever growing among European nations that the Chinese will yet enter on a career of conquest spring fro...
  3517. ..., a “Tchengis or a Timour once more appears,” the Chinese will ever enter on a career of world- wide conque...
  3518. ...o not think they will go. * # * It is true of the Chinese “ That the common sense of most holds a fretful r...
  3519. ... sense of most holds a fretful realm in awe.” The Chinese are, in their own way, a well- educated people, a...
  3520. ...erable influence over an educated people like the Chinese. Therefore, all Chinese Governments for centuries...
  3521. ... educated people like the Chinese. Therefore, all Chinese Governments for centuries past have adopted, in t...
  3522. ...d to his children, especially his heirs male, the Chinese Empire opens its arms, claiming them as her child...
  3523. ...atural to the sex) in abundance mix and mate with Chinese. It is the old form of the forbidden fruit. Depen...
  3524. ...ct) knew female nature. I have occasionally heard Chinese who have served in high-class houses and families...
  3525. ...n all races of women, together with the number of Chinese and their peculiarity of being able to live in an...
  3526. ...that the ultimate fusion of races, so far' as the Chinese are con- cerned, will be more peaceful than, perh...
  3527. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese, Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3528. ... probabilities are that some legal remedy for the Chinese agony will be wanted in a great hurry, and there ...
  3529. ...seen your “ par.” that Millar Bros, have tired of Chinese miners’ labour and have replaced them with Euro- ...
  3530. ...-beds. # * * Queensland is not a colony where the Chinese leper enjoys a long life. His existence here is n...
  3531. ...an that he and his class are going to support the Chinese invasion henceforward, because the working people...
  3532. ...k stated, on respectable Chow authority, that the Chinese lottery hanks in Victoria scoop an average daily ...
  3533. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3534. ...t he finally gave it up as more hopeless than the Chinese cause in New South Wales, and more confusing than...
  3535. ...ow, selfish legislation, unworthy of a council of Chinese mandarins.” He declines to take part in the elect...
  3536. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3537. ...olid hours they extracted property by a system of Chinese cheap burglary, and sold it back again to the con...
  3538. ...thinks of handing the civil ser- vice over to the Chinese. Mr. Alexander Hutchinson, M.L.A, for Canterbury ...
  3539. ...near Bourke, N.S.W. It was written by the patient Chinese philosopher who cooks for the establishment; — . ...
  3540. ...e at pre- sent June 13th/ ISUo. Which is a humble Chinese way of stating that the curse of Joss and the ana...
  3541. ...s Interference in Politics. 1 Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3542. ...without actual loss. The trade in Congo ivory and Chinese cotton will then realise profits no more abundant...
  3543. ...off. All we can say is that our brick is ready. - Chinese Gordon used to tell a story of how he crushed a m...
  3544. ...tell a story of how he crushed a mutiny among his Chinese forces, caused by bad rations and stopped pay. He...
  3545. ...methods by which Truth is brought to light in the Chinese courts of justice. The mandarin of Yun-nan or She...
  3546. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3547. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3548. ...y. ~ # * * A P.M. is said to own one of the chief Chinese camps of Australia and to draw large revenues fro...
  3549. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3550. ...the Palmer days. Jack had a special aversion to a Chinese store- keeper who was a very objectionable class ...
  3551. ...dream in which Confucius or Mencius or some other Chinese philosopher came and told him that the devil woul...
  3552. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3553. ...us Interference in Politics'. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3554. ...she is always particularly civil to policemen and Chinese. # * * A well-known and brainy Sydney press- man,...
  3555. ...tered into the wildest dreams of many a starvin / Chinese agriculturist or Indian ryot, and his chronic dis...
  3556. ...y and labour spent in missionising the blacks and Chinese would be put to a better use in raising and educa...
  3557. ...with the cretonne- covered furniture of the cheap Chinese period half-rehearsed, incorrectly-costumed and n...
  3558. ...chest. ihe other day some of the Walgett (N.S.W.) Chinese having obtained an order authorising the exhumati...
  3559. ...een, on Ivory-coloured Ground, fluted shape. THE “CHINESE.” A very pretty border design of birds and floral...
  3560. ... who display their nationality by- plundering the Chinese shops on all occasions, and who are disposed to a...
  3561. ...ody which “displays its nationality by plundering Chinese shops on all occasions,” it is a burst of eloquen...
  3562. ...fight for our lives. They, however, preferred the Chinese to Europeans. Once the blacks caught a dozen of t...
  3563. ...hen, at the table of winch stood the inevi- table Chinese cook, just then engaged in break- ing eggs into a...
  3564. ...Keep your own counsel and trust me to settle this Chinese question in one act- Let its go down stairs, Jenn...
  3565. ...t denunciation of many strong men in their agony. Chinese screams on a crescendo scale also emanated from t...
  3566. ...d old treasury-filler, Teddy Ryan as Ah Luck, the Chinese servant, has to deliver several lick-spittling re...
  3567. ...s ex- pressed here at permission being granted to Chinese by the Government to exhume bodies of deceased re...
  3568. ...ists who went off by the MeUmuir to con- vert the Chinese Empire are a fair sample, the persons engaged in ...
  3569. ...idence. # * * Quong Tart, the enterprising Sydney Chinese merchant, entertained a party of aborigines the o...
  3570. ...dens. The last time the present writer heard of a Chinese gentleman entertaining the aborigines was in the ...
  3571. ... to hoist literature up to the mental altitude of Chinese settlements, we cull some sweet-scented blossoms ...
  3572. ...0 to 9000 subsidiary coloured workers —blacks and Chinese, &c. But even if this were the case, the white wo...
  3573. ...es by kanakas, the drunken street orgies, and the Chinese fan tan and opium dens which spring up for the al...
  3574. ...who displayed their nationality by plundering the Chinese shops on all occasions,” but “on one occasion.” T...
  3575. ...ulletin will fill him up with weird stories about Chinese cooks. The “ Cleopatra ” of Sardou and Moreau dif...
  3576. ... of Normanton (Q.) is also a Celestial. Still the Chinese will have to go ! Under - secretary - for - agric...
  3577. ...travelling through countries largely populated by Chinese are generally surprised how cleverly the Mongols ...
  3578. ... was involuntarily caught by the sight of the fat Chinese cook, with his cheeks blown up in the characteris...
  3579. ...ople counted amongst the most ardent believers in Chinese labour, I was but slightly acquainted with them, ...
  3580. ...st time that there is a leprous gin living in the Chinese camp at the foot of Mount Cook, whose mongrel pro...
  3581. ...and.... “Ted”: Unsober or insane—which ?... : The Chinese doctor probably gave you saliva, crow’s blood, de...
  3582. ...puna, New Guinea, the bleaching skulls of sixteen Chinese beche-dc-mer men, de- pending from the chief’s dn...
  3583. ...rs’billets, Kingsley filled up the vacancies with Chinese. He could not foresee that in enlisting nine or t...
  3584. ...nly white man who had remained on board after the Chinese invasion told his stoker, Sun Leo, to watch the s...
  3585. ...y would have thrown the individual and collective Chinese overboard but for the “missie matie.” Chapter 111...
  3586. ...s to their class implied in the engagement of the Chinese; manly enough to face them and strong enough to t...
  3587. ...man clutched poles, and ropes, and fenders, after Chinese paws had slimed them over, what could he expect b...
  3588. ...AND BY ANOTHER IT WAS SOMETHING ELSE. I tried the Chinese doctor, as I was determined not to leave anything...
  3589. ...relieve me, if not to cure me, of my misery. This Chinese doctor told me there was a large hole in my right...
  3590. ... on for explanatory purposes —were brilliant with Chinese lanterns. In the great hall groups of palms and s...
  3591. ...Lutetia. * # # A Cooktown (Q.) fair one entered a Chinese store the other evening to make some purchases. T...
  3592. ...fing ” with much interest, as from what I know of Chinese cooks the less we have to do with them the better...
  3593. ... even one person from retaining the services of a Chinese cook, I shall feel rewarded. Some years ago my hu...
  3594.  
  3595. 1891
  3596. ...wn to the water-level. John Potts, erstwhile anti-Chinese lec- turer, bore up for a seat in Queensland Parl...
  3597. ...dents who themselves know very nasty things about Chinese cooks, suggest that many of then friends attribut...
  3598. ...nt at per inch. He is also in possession of other Chinese items of a similar nature, still better calculate...
  3599. ...be recognised. CHEN* ATEAK. Agent, Jas. Ross. The Chinese must go—to a night-school. * * # How they do it n...
  3600. ...ay just to mention that all the stories about how Chinese cooks took cake-icing into their mouths and then ...
  3601. ...hurch in that country, says : “After studying the Chinese lan- guage for ten years, I translated the New Te...
  3602. ...ears, I do not yet think that I have mastered the Chinese language.” This should be immensely encouraging t...
  3603. ...l make no difficulty about introducing Indians or Chinese. # * * There is but one flaw in this comprehen- s...
  3604. ... and a lovely moustache might as well have been a Chinese god for all the havoc he wrought, and the queer f...
  3605. ...stage-mamma, had evidently gowned themselves from Chinese diagrams —colour and all. At a bachelors’ ball, g...
  3606. ...onal beauties? The very latest cookery book is in Chinese “ All Welly li.” There are 200 recipes in Pidgin ...
  3607. ... us. threatens to call round with a bell- mouthed Chinese fowling-piece and blow his front teeth and pronun...
  3608. ...mill, where their bodily wants were supplied by a Chinese cook and his half-dozen dusky satellites. The onl...
  3609. ...- tion. We may legislate for the exclusion of the Chinese and convicts, but we cannot, even if we would, de...
  3610. ...be glad of information on these points. * * * The Chinese-cook question again : Dear Bulletin, —I have seen...
  3611. ...stion again : Dear Bulletin, —I have seen much of Chinese cooks— in this land and in others. My aversion to...
  3612. ...my knowledge that the sort of people who employ a Chinese cook are not usually contented with the amount of...
  3613. ...ible-reading till breakfast, then a lesson in the Chinese language, and after that united Bible-reading unt...
  3614. ...fter that united Bible-reading until dinner, then Chinese again for several hours, interspersed with talkin...
  3615. ... holidays, the American Thanksgiving Day, and the Chinese New Year, as well as all the public holidays pecu...
  3616. ...rinciple at least ten years ago. At that time the Chinese mail steamers used to lie out in Moreton Bay, and...
  3617. ...e Gibbs case, above noted, came next, and now the Chinese case is sub judice. # # # Apart from the shocks a...
  3618. ..., to admit that we could not prevent an influx of Chinese, but if a majority of our Supreme Court say that ...
  3619. ...illy Wentworth cross-eyed?” There is said to be a Chinese cook, named Adam Macpherson, on a Queensland stat...
  3620. ... ISSY: “Oh, mamma, I’ll be dood.” Dear Bulletin,— Chinese cooks really are the mouth-artists that you repre...
  3621. ...hem to be. I remember, years ago, in Melbourne, a Chinese cook had a remarkable fame for the artistic man- ...
  3622. ...r. Steel, the successor of John Dunmore Lang as a Chinese enthusiast, assures us that “the Chinese are awak...
  3623. ...ang as a Chinese enthusiast, assures us that “the Chinese are awakening to a proper understanding of Christ...
  3624. ...d town. Just fancy eating roast fowl stuffed by a Chinese cook and served up with Mahomet sauce ! Thus the ...
  3625. ...d a daughter of mine wanted to go and convert the Chinese in company with a lot of young men and women who ...
  3626. ...fy- ing anecdotes concerning the unoleaniiness of Chinese cooks, and now tor a word apropos. The Chinaman i...
  3627. ...n The Bulletin concerning the culinary methods of Chinese cooks. \Vc hare one of those individuals here—and...
  3628. ...0s. Their secre- tary cites an instance where the Chinese cook and butcher, whose joint yearly salary amoun...
  3629. ...not so robust as he was. * * # By the same mail a Chinese seas-skipper re- ceived notice that he was winner...
  3630. ...t manhood in a de- pendency which cannot keep out Chinese scum without appeals to a foreign “Privy Council,...
  3631. ...uate Master of “Sh duffing ” under a certificated Chinese cook before being granted a permit to study for t...
  3632. ...pet pug, and who paused at the bedside of a dying Chinese. “ Is there anything you would like ?” she asked,...
  3633. ...s is his third Shakespearean subject. Playing the Chinese pieman in the “Irish Detective” on the eve of the...
  3634. ...pieman in the “Irish Detective” on the eve of the Chinese New Year, when there were thirty Chinamen in fron...
  3635. ... occasion. Y # * A hideous outcome of the eternal Chinese plague lias revea’ed itself at Cooktowu. ihere, o...
  3636. ...g by inches of leprosy, which she contracted from Chinese lepers formerly quarantined there, and with wh rn...
  3637. ...y to —the Sentinels. PRICE WARUNG. Three separate Chinese doctors practise in Fitzroy (Melb.), and all live...
  3638. ...e, he will give his life, if need he, to keep the Chinese out of Australia.” The Melbourne Trades and Labou...
  3639. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3640. ...to support freedom of contract between whites and Chinese, and to aid in having the Chinese poll-tax abolis...
  3641. ...ween whites and Chinese, and to aid in having the Chinese poll-tax abolished. That such a man should be a M...
  3642. ...ustralia, as they are in many ways worse than the Chinese ; their present license is, I presume, accorded t...
  3643. ...eir corruption with the usual surround- ings of a Chinese camping-ground. The lentcrfield (N.S.W.) poundkee...
  3644. ...e sent to “ an old hotel, very dirty, and kept by Chinese.” They “ marched back to the stables where they w...
  3645. ...ul- letin’s articles on “Shduffing,” and declined Chinese chew-mash. Nevertheless, The Bulletin thinks “Shd...
  3646. ... rather laughed at. When Parkes had concluded his Chinese bogey speech at the Convention on Friday, Lady J....
  3647. ...ted on a charge of stealing his last horse from a Chinese gentleman, and being unknown in the locality it w...
  3648. ...us Interference in Politic.'. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects us u...
  3649. ...51 The “WOODLANDS,” as shown, P “ SYDNEY SPRAY,” “CHINESE,” “ KEW,” “GREEK,” “BARONIAL,” ice 30/ 35/ 30/ 35...
  3650. ...bour to sell, and the other man sells his alleged Chinese herb, and they both want to get more money and to...
  3651. ...id of the Japan Islands, had they been peopled by Chinese and yoked to the Chinese government system. Direc...
  3652. ...had they been peopled by Chinese and yoked to the Chinese government system. Directly they became populous,...
  3653. ...itution Bill now before Convention. The barbarous Chinese Judges torture an accused person until he confess...
  3654. ... Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. 'i lie Chinese. Imperial Fed era t, i on. The public eye rejects...
  3655. ...und-Livingstone the vice-regal caravan. Some W.A. Chinese lately quarrelled over a game of cards. One of th...
  3656. ...dering how graphically The Bulletin has shown how Chinese cooks make stuffing, was raFner a well-merited fa...
  3657. ...Christian gathering. And then we had a model of a Chinese bride, a silent figure robed in red from head to ...
  3658. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3659. ...lan was a frivolous fizzle • Hibbs was a bunch of Chinese crackers, always popping and spluttering in a wea...
  3660. ...umbug, Queckett, is even better, though a regular Chinese puzzle in a logical way. The classical contingent...
  3661. ...te the agony would be for Algernon to negotiate a Chinese shduffin’ lunch. * * # The first performance of m...
  3662. ... name has quite dropped out of notice. ** * • The Chinese fight chiefly with stink-pots. That being so, the...
  3663. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3664. ...the first paper to direct public attention to the Chinese ques- tion, and so secure Australia to the Austra...
  3665. ...g in the same issue, and, subsequently, its Anti- Chinese Number was responsible for the arrest of the Chow...
  3666. ...ent out of its lumbering way to sneer at the Anti-Chinese gospel as “the stock-in-trade of a disreputable S...
  3667. ... Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles.. , The Chinese; : Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as...
  3668. ...rrangement across the way in all the colours of a Chinese lantern. A regular crash—headed by Lord and Lady ...
  3669. ...n the grand-stand had not been left to strings of Chinese lanterns, which went out or caught light in their...
  3670. ... beer-trade. Never will an Englishman do what the Chinese commissioner did—destroy £2,000,000 worth of opiu...
  3671. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3672. ...lysed by opium-smoking, a habit taught him by the Chinese gardener. * # * Captain Moore, of H.M.S. Penguin,...
  3673. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3674. ...ormer is paid whether he works or not, and even a Chinese intellect can appreciate the glaring injustice of...
  3675. ... not believe they do anything else. * # * A dozen Chinese laundries can now be counted in Melbourne. One Ch...
  3676. ...the good work done by the church among the Sydney Chinese. Dr. Andrew Ross, M.P., points out that in two of...
  3677. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3678. ...e former to G. B. W. Lewis, and little Julia to a Chinese mandarin. The real name of the family is Jones. T...
  3679. ...ous Interference in Politic*. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3680. ... fluous cussedness ; and when there is not even a Chinese potentate to fight for, the Briton will maul his ...
  3681. ....) lately. The people of Queensland have fought a Chinese question, have conquered a Kanaka question, have ...
  3682. ...rtain extent. Arthur Hang Gong, the leader of the Chinese who banqueted Governor Kintore at Port Darwin, is...
  3683. ...rticu- lar conspiracy afoot to make Port Darwin a Chinese settlement and North Queensland a second Jamaica....
  3684. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3685. ... decreasing, and most of the business was done by Chinese. There is a fine vein of humorous idiocy about th...
  3686. ... real thing.” While Irving was acting Hamlet, the Chinese Am- bassador, and staff, in full regalia, visited...
  3687. ...he selector with rabbits and other vermin ? ” The Chinese must go—but not to come back soon with their wive...
  3688. ...Clements Tonic. Laboratories, Newtown, N.S.W. THE CHINESE QUESTION. Ah Sin was held by people vers d In all...
  3689. ...e-vote ?....“E. E.”: A man born in Australia of a Chinese father is still a Chinaman within the meaning of ...
  3690. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3691. ...e secured a majority at the late elec- tions. The Chinese in Victoria have decreased in 10 years from 12,12...
  3692. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3693. ...ident Knight says “there are. only now about 4000 Chinese resident in the Northern Territory, and three - f...
  3694. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Im peri al Fed era t ion. The public eye rejects...
  3695. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. ■ The public eye rejects as...
  3696. ...al concession, and it brings in cheap Italians or Chinese or coolies to do the work, and turns them loose w...
  3697. ...r, and didn’t put up a solitary copper. Ah Kat, a Chinese sausage-maker of Cairns, N.Q., proceeds against c...
  3698. ... of his own work. In “ Evangeline ” the music was Chinese-y, v ith lots of big drum' in it- and the talk, 1...
  3699. ...ics, Foreign. Titles.- - : Y"f .-A*....-*.-.. The Chinese. .... *_*■— Imperial’Federate#. < >rTJLSTL- - ■ ....
  3700. ...—a deadly k looking creature-, with a face like a Chinese war god, re ceiving my attentions in a manner qui...
  3701. ...ondent advocates the abolition of the poll-tax on Chinese and the sub- stitution of total prohibition, with...
  3702. ... those who remain ; a tax on all those who employ Chinese labour and the public declaration by each employe...
  3703. ...ay, just loaded a lorry up with stage kanakas and Chinese, all sandwiched with placards—“ Vote for my welly...
  3704. ...iership. Some years ago Quong Tart, Sydney’s boss Chinese, was tendered a banquet locally. Reply- ing to th...
  3705. ...nd 1 e-vees.” Quong Tart, Sydney’s representative Chinese, gave a christening-party, and to it were bidden,...
  3706. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3707. ... commissioners of affidavits—and in places where ,Chinese witnesses are plentiful it booms the chicken indu...
  3708. ...sets’ Realisation Co., was insured for £5OOO. The Chinese epicure who, according to Charles jLanib, burned ...
  3709. ...r- ance l . Bowen is the Geelong of Queensland. A Chinese druggist advertises “pills that will change gills...
  3710. ...y their standing corn, because they preferred the Chinese cheap labor which pulls corn at just one penny pe...
  3711. ... penny per bag less than Caucasian labor, and the Chinese were late along this year. The white men who woul...
  3712. ...white men who would have been glad of the work at Chinese-plus- a-penny prices don’t sympathise, with those...
  3713. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3714. ... the Lemon- squeezers. At Sydney Police Court, in Chinese gambling case. Attorney Lowe (for defence): “ You...
  3715. ... 17 guineas from his menials. The ‘‘great raid on Chinese gamblers” in Sydney is purely a business move—the...
  3716. ...cations and has nothing to do w ith morality. The Chinese could not have been permitted to openly gamble so...
  3717. ...erritory there ia a move- ment afoot for catching Chinese secret societies oa the Sam Hop. George Martin, o...
  3718. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3719. ...rn- ment that nothing should occur to incline the Chinese rulers to cultivate terms of alliance with Russia...
  3720. ...s into a tight place it will strike for a jury of Chinese with an aboriginal foreman. The white variety is ...
  3721. ...ification, and actually gave a per- formance at a Chinese theatre, after drawing 65 cents from the treasury...
  3722. ...itating the wheezy, halting, jumbled wails of the Chinese instruments.; then she danced a Chinese cachuca, ...
  3723. ...ls of the Chinese instruments.; then she danced a Chinese cachuca, and concluded the performance by running...
  3724. ...es were being heard in Sydney, the other day, the Chinese “ banker ” occupied a place behind ihe dock-spike...
  3725. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3726. ...se- hood. The given reason for the importation of Chinese, Hindoos, Kanakas, ignorant low-class Italians, a...
  3727. ...elated that, walking down one of the streets of a Chinese town one day, the commo- dore saw two mendispujin...
  3728. ...sider.“ A. Mackenzie” : The landlords who let the Chinese gambling shops—they are the chief culprits “Clod£...
  3729. ...go whilst an escort was bringing down a string of Chinese prisoners to Rockhampton, (Q.) gaol two of them e...
  3730. ..., (Port Darwin) says it is a mistake to prosecute Chinese for perjury. All Chinamen are liars, and the only...
  3731. ...and the only thing neofessary to determine at any Chinese trial is—which side is lying the least ? It is no...
  3732. ...ous Interference in Politics, Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3733. ... Avrestling with the problem how to deal with the Chinese question. Mr. Thomas, after a short residence in ...
  3734. ... Kintore’s self-complacency. Besides settling the Chinese question, he disposes of the future of all tropic...
  3735. ... Polynesian Labour Act expires next year, and the Chinese are rigorously excluded. It is therefore difficul...
  3736. ...e condition that they undertook to import so many Chinese or Indian coolies to work on the land. By supplem...
  3737. ...eigner, is undemocratic, stupid and tyrannical. + Chinese “Raids.” The anti-Chinese deputation which recent...
  3738. ...tupid and tyrannical. + Chinese “Raids.” The anti-Chinese deputation which recently waited upon Premier Par...
  3739. ...for evermore. There is no more sense in raiding a Chinese gambler than there is in raid- ing a larrikin or ...
  3740. ... apparently no one ever thought of it before. The Chinese Anti-Gambling Association doesn’t want more frequ...
  3741. ...enary Hall, on Tuesday, 18th August. Repertoire: “Chinese Gordon,” “American Naval Battles,” and “ Abraham ...
  3742. ... as follows: Tuesday Evening, August 18, 1891, ac Chinese GS-ortion..” Thursday Evening, August 20, ' The C...
  3743. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3744. ... # « A journalist struck the Little Bourke-street Chinese gambling-bank for £4O, on a shilling ticket, last...
  3745. ...ous Interference in Polities. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3746. ...he gambling, immoral and insanitary habits of the Chinese. The delay of Parkes in appointing a Public Works...
  3747. ...missed, after six years’ faithful service, from a Chinese- haunted beat, for drunkenness, has since drawn £...
  3748. ...ous Interference in Politics. Foreign Titles. The Chinese. Imperial Federation. ■ The public eye rejects as...
  3749. ...alian ” admits, the examination is still stiffer. Chinese “justice” is notoriously corrupt and hideously br...
  3750. ... the station with the colonial-experience men and Chinese labour? &c., &c., &c. * # * No. 111. Letter from ...
  3751. ...Interference i.i Politics. Foreign Titles. r i he Chinese. Imperial Federation. The public eye rejects as u...
  3752. ...essions and frauds, The mandate is heard that the Chinese must go — Then Civilisation applauds. But when in...
  3753. ...ted in Sydney, to the great joy, no doubt, of the Chinese gardeners. Vege- tarians generally are quasi-hygi...
  3754. ... Hob- son’s Bay, collided with the s.s. Fusing in Chinese waters. The Fusing went down and drowned 200 Chin...
  3755. ...ation, and seeks to exclude aboriginals, Indians, Chinese, South Sea niggers, and other trash from the fran...
  3756. ... The illicit sale of opium within Aus- tralia, to Chinese manipulators who desired to prepare it for smokin...
  3757. ...ile “ History of Human MArriigc ” mentions that a Chinese husband can 'divorce his wife for being too loqua...
  3758. ...l the evidence to the contrary, might have been a Chinese leper or an intoxicated aboriginal; and they sent...
  3759. ...Saturday Review mentions that a number of MSS. of Chinese plays have been added to the British Museum. One ...
  3760. ...etin, — He your doggerel on the loquaciousness of Chinese wives and the conse- quent penalty. There is a tr...
  3761. ...er, and then for all hands, wind- ing up with the Chinese cook, who encountered her valiantly in Chinese, a...
  3762. ...he Chinese cook, who encountered her valiantly in Chinese, and the two went at it for hours. Finally, as sh...
  3763. ...et the distinctive mark of the difference between Chinese and European civilisa- tions he said, “ Show me y...
  3764. ..., of Cloncurry. An honest and trustworthy ” young Chinese in the employ of the Pest and • Telegraph Departm...
  3765. ...and clogs were in their places. Not long ago some Chinese were caught under rather ludicrous circumstances ...
  3766. ...t is but 2'82. In a leader on the West Australian Chinese question, the S.M. Hehald has the following It wa...
  3767. ... it isn’t better to employ nurse-girls instead of Chinese boys. Years ago another Chine e nurse was proved ...
  3768. ... Kintore wrote (I quote from memory) that, if the Chinese were taken away, the Palmerston (Port Darwin) res...
  3769. ...and accus- tomed to coloured service, went in for Chinese cooks, &c., and, as a matter of course, the other...
  3770. ...of course, the other officials followed suit. The Chinese were cheap, there were no white men to protest ag...
  3771. ...te men to protest against their employment, and a Chinese colony at once settled down and monopolised whate...
  3772. ...itory so much harm, was another attraction to the Chinese, who, on the return of the disappointed miners, t...
  3773. ... fell into the ways of the town, and employed all Chinese servants for their households. None but Chinese c...
  3774. ...l Chinese servants for their households. None but Chinese cooks were em- ployed on the different stations o...
  3775. ...into prosperous centres; Palmerston, official and Chinese - ridden, has lingered and languished. Governor K...
  3776. ...shed. Governor Kintore asserts that to banish the Chinese would deprive the residents of domestic servants,...
  3777. ...eaves no room for them. The absurd statement that Chinese labour is necessary to open the country is palpab...
  3778. ...gment. He landed at Port Darwin, was feted by the Chinese merchants who have sent thousands out of the coun...
  3779. ...o the heart that they should be deprived of their Chinese servants. As evincing any know- ledge of the Terr...
  3780. ...open we may close all the front doors against the Chinese in vain. In spite of Gov. Kin- tore, if Palmersto...
  3781. ...ston has to rely for its future progress upon the Chinese it will always remain what it is now — a settleme...
  3782. ...what it is now — a settlement of officials, and a Chinese quarter vegetating amongst a lot of vacant allot-...
  3783. ...d the mono- polist may be supplied with labour at Chinese rates ; and meanwhile the white toiler must cithe...
  3784. ...ly Telegraph, states that Australia is menaced by Chinese who meditate an invasion. If Australia hears any ...
  3785. ...ll placate the financial critics of the province. Chinese are being indented into West Australia in tidy-si...
  3786. ... for the N.T. “to remain passive in the matter of Chinese exclusion, and permit the existing Act to pass ou...
  3787. ... contrary not- withstanding. The Governors of the Chinese Provinces assert that the recent anti-European ri...
  3788. ...er has his sheep mustered by blacks, and shorn by Chinese. There are 40 stands in the shed, but the squatte...
  3789. ...re mostly Foreign- traders and believers in cheap Chinese, nigger, and European labour, for all these tilin...
  3790. ...hose harmony is outraged by the introduction of a Chinese-made seven-and-sixpenny “safe” in place of an oak...
  3791. ...hy not apply this principle to the rich owners of Chinese gambling-shops? It is nonsense to say the owners ...
  3792. ...hree gasps. c During the late shearers’ strike, a Chinese- publican in West Queensland was waited on by • d...
  3793. ...tation and informed that, unless he dismissed Ids Chinese cook, his house would be boycotted The Mongolian ...
  3794. ...re just as much out of place here as poems in low Chinese. You are only a base imitation of Punch anyhow .....
  3795. ...a packet containing four half-pound tins of opium—Chinese cooked opium for smoking purposes. Each of those ...
  3796. ... customed cigars found last week “ planted ” on a Chinese steamer in Sydney harbour. # #' * But the Chinese...
  3797. ...Chinese steamer in Sydney harbour. # #' * But the Chinese are the prize impromptu smugglers, and their stap...
  3798. ..., or a life-belt jacket. But the main weakness of Chinese smugglers lies in cigars, and their artful ingenu...
  3799. ...orth a hearing—though I have not yet beard of any Chinese evasion so good as the trick of the London firm w...
  3800. ...hes. * * * A vigilant Customs officer, boarding a Chinese ship, must look in the most unlikely places—in th...
  3801. ...s on deck, with calm, indifferent, sleepy-looking Chinese squatted near it, smoking in heavenly abstraction...
  3802. ...finding contra- band cigars, opium, or tobacco on Chinese boats that are searched very inquisitively at Coo...
  3803. ... ncses in French pink powders, nor your cheeks in Chinese rouge any more, please! But, talking about face-l...
  3804. ...ing of the head, which reminds one of those small Chinese figures which wobble their heads and put out thei...
  3805. ...rading business—demands some £6OO per annum ; the Chinese merchant has an equally capable and equally intel...
  3806. ...e privilege of a shake-down in the warehouse. The Chinese clerk and store- man receives food, clothes, and ...
  3807. ... in his case, are altogether omitted. The wealthy Chinese merchant—the boss of the establishment — lives an...
  3808. ...s in Shanghai. “White men employed and taught the Chinese and the Chinese drove them out. We could no more ...
  3809. ...White men employed and taught the Chinese and the Chinese drove them out. We could no more compete with the...
  3810. ...to whom recreation is an unknown quantity. In the Chinese laundries of New York and San Francisco work is n...
  3811. ...report that Indian tea is rapidly superseding the Chinese article in the markets of Europe. We are glad to ...
  3812. ...ishable, but it certainly seemed to be a bit of a Chinese god of some description ; and we object to drinki...
  3813. ... issue at all, but is going bald-headed for cheap Chinese goods and imported British shoddy and the extinct...
  3814. ...gs, pitfalls, ravines, ruts, gutter-ways, stinks, Chinese, goats, dogs, aldermen and other frightful var- m...
  3815. ...o be taken for granted somehow. The Triad (secret Chinese) society in the Northern Territory of S.A. has at...
  3816. ...remiah “Ignoramus”: The “ maund ” is 25lbs. Tael (Chinese coin) is supposed to be worth 4s. 10|d., but vari...
  3817. ...0|d., but varies in different parts of China. The Chinese “kin,” which we suppose you mean, is 1 jibs. Silv...
  3818. ...at he and six other miners murdered a party of 24 Chinese in Oregon four years ago and robbed them of 60,00...
  3819. ... 60,000 dol. in gold dust. Aus- tralia s Champion Chinese-shooter has not yet been legally found out, but h...
  3820. ... E. Ardill and the Rev. Soo Moo Ten—who, though a Chinese, is by far the most English-gentlemanly-looking c...
  3821. ...wdien its workers must either accept wages on the Chinese or European pauper scale—or else sec their indus-...
  3822. ...ds-the-jawbone beauties with an emergency slab of Chinese vegetable rouge in their pockets. On 6th instant ...
  3823. ...ture, nor body of letter. It begins with what our Chinese sub-editor informs us is “ Gentlemen,” and winds ...
  3824. ...fe.” Ebenezer Washing- ton Ward. p The corpses of Chinese who die in America are returned to the Flowery La...
  3825. ... so, The Bulletin considers that that part of the Chinese religion should, become, statutorily established,...
  3826. ...e-school children should be en- couraged to study Chinese anatomy. A Pigtail Day might be added to the list...
  3827. ...ade rates. But so long as it is utilised on cheap Chinese principles, a few hundred prisoners are suffi- ci...
  3828. ...e of the Bananaland gaolers cut off the queues of Chinese prisoners, and thus prevent them ever being “ pul...
  3829. ...agraph a few weeks back re Maytown, N.Q., and its Chinese storekeepers, why Maytown only ? The same applies...
  3830. ..., including the local union secretary, dealt with Chinese storekeepers, Europeans being equally handy. The ...
  3831. ... wanted to boss it ; if Mr. Maston wanted to be a Chinese gentleman, that doesn’t necessarily imply that h....
  3832. ...art the defence of his native land by killing the Chinese invaders of his back-yard without delay. f $ The ...
  3833. ...representatives. There is a show of reason in the Chinese Government explanation of those much-cabled massa...
  3834. ...vanities, are wanting to know whether Ins blessed Chinese mission is coming off under the circumstances. If...
  3835. ... and yet he may never know it, unless he sees the Chinese papers, or the street hoardings of Tim- buctoo! T...
  3836. ...helor, and his establishment comprised Li Chew (a Chinese cook), and a rouseabout who answered to the name ...
  3837. ...roprietor.” Li Chew has also some reputation as a Chinese doctor, and is making money. Baxter is a rouseabo...
  3838. ...d, in a loud voice, “ Hi-yek !” Probably it was a Chinese blessing. J. A. MUIRHEAD. Large, outstanding ears...
  3839. ...an and China. She lately said: “ I believe if the Chinese were properly civilised, Christianised, and organ...
  3840. ...ralia is now despatching in batches to China, the Chinese Government might very fairly retaliate upon Kanga...
  3841.  
  3842. 1892
  3843. ...and soul, to the party of Foreign-trade and cheap Chinese and European shoddy, and The Bulletin isn’t sold ...
  3844. ...of a pure manhood suffrage than it can understand Chinese poetry, and because Vickery is not to have an ext...
  3845. ...absolutely prohibited the further entrance of the Chinese, and our officials are vigilant to prevent their ...
  3846. ...t for eulogistic notices. at * * at The season of Chinese drama in Melbourne is bringing out plenty of new ...
  3847. ...y, his wife, and a brace of redeemed lepers, at a Chinese town, represented by a few yards of tapestry hang...
  3848. ...on trial, and that was where the real strength of Chinese drama came in. Virtue wasn’t triumphant. Nobody t...
  3849. ...nt officer when he is drunk? Ah Kim, the Cooktown Chinese trader who was murdered some time ago on Normanby...
  3850. ...tion of a tiffin among the Mongols is given ;—The Chinese nobility retire regularly to a vomitoriurn in ord...
  3851. ...st than the Chinaman, working for half wages on a Chinese scale. They are numerous on some of the stations-...
  3852. ...g process, by the way, always makes me think of a Chinese matrimonial sacrifice, where the groom only gets ...
  3853. ...at They Shouldn’t Know.” When the boycott against Chinese was first started in the western country, some of...
  3854. ...ing to a publican named All Foo about “ sacking ” Chinese cooks. Said Ah Foo : “ I sacky the —— Chinaman ;I...
  3855. ...ok, in a rash moment, to deliver a lecture on the Chinese question in Brisbane. Julian was not a good speak...
  3856. ...es the case for Australia generally. Rev. Cheong, Chinese preacher from Mel- bourne, lectures throughout En...
  3857. ...to war with China, because Commissioner Lin, with Chinese views of piety, destroyed two million sterling va...
  3858. ...the picters as kills.” ‘ S.S.’: One motive of the Chinese for opposing Indian opium is that they want to gr...
  3859. ...ng his own window in with the wood-axc. * # # The Chinese New Year was kept up in great style in Sydney las...
  3860. ... hi-yahs” were extremely numerous. Altogether the Chinese “ new year” was a gorgeous razzle-dazzle of, pom-...
  3861. ... Sydney representative at less than half ordinary Chinese rates. Mr. Frank Barnes is the local manager of t...
  3862. ... can all live on the N.T. civil servants, for the Chinese don’t usually borrow money. It can’t be true. Par...
  3863. ...rette at Melbourne quarantine station they have a Chinese leper, who, whenever he gets letters from home, b...
  3864. ...h rather patronise the sixpenny place down at the Chinese Therefore he tries to get level by eating thing o...
  3865. ...ditions of plays to be met with in Australia. The Chinese play at Melb. Hibernian Hall outran all th® local...
  3866. ...ses offend against fair - dealing by representing Chinese-made chairs to be of Caucasian work- manship. * *...
  3867. ...aid that “ he would like to see a great influx of Chinese to Australia.” The Reverend Hastings, F., (Good L...
  3868. ...isease— Makes him exalt his horn In praise of the Chinese. He’d have them here, he would, These Pagans clea...
  3869. ...es ? They are not welcome here, His meek and mild Chinese. And if he’s really “struck ” On them particular,...
  3870. ...parlia- mentary reports cover so many more pages, Chinese shopkeepers are the most foi’mid- able opponents ...
  3871. ...ts of the Perth (W.A.) Early Closing Association. Chinese never will close shops early. The white must clos...
  3872. ...stralia the eager-mawed capitalist is howling for Chinese ! —and lots of them. One Manger, who died in Melb...
  3873. ...bour; . coloured Not to allow the introduction of Chinese; Not to pay the survey fees of the Transcontiiiev...
  3874. ...ing, in fact, save go back to labour at less than Chinese rates on the Northern plantations. Most of them w...
  3875. ...ly modern brand, and flanked on the one hand by a Chinese-made chest of drawers, and on the other by a Chin...
  3876. ...nese-made chest of drawers, and on the other by a Chinese made dressing- tab’e. For all the world it looked...
  3877. ...Conference re- ports that during the past year 14 Chinese have been admitted into the visible church. The n...
  3878. ...ding to Coghlan, N.S. Wales has 13,289 full-blood Chinese, and 807 Mongolian half- castes. Of these, 001 ar...
  3879. ...d and 415 half castes. The great majority of male Chinese arc between 21 and 55 years ; most of the females...
  3880. ...are a good many between 21 and 35 years. Thus the Chinese number nearly 1.20 per cent, of the N.S.W. popula...
  3881. ... in per- fume ’....“A. Kelve.y ” : Too much fuss. Chinese fights are very harmless affairs, so far as Austr...
  3882. ...st & Co., 484 Collins-st., Melbourne. Australia’s Chinese Legacy. (FOR THE BULLETIN.) Leprosy entailed a hi...
  3883. ...- tory to indicate that he was more intimate with Chinese than the general run of bushmen. For eight months...
  3884. ...e, giving no sign of their leprous environment. A Chinese leper suffering from the mutilating form of the d...
  3885. ...lth. The family habitually bought vegetables from Chinese, but had no other special communications with the...
  3886. ...ga wind.” There are other male lepers, whites and Chinese, but they have retreated to their private apart- ...
  3887. ...to buy vegetables in tbc markets —frequently from Chinese. The exact period when he absorbed the leprotic g...
  3888. ...he Meroo—an old goldfield continuously haunted by Chinese, but the intercourse between the family and the C...
  3889. ...s of tea and sugar, and sometimes of boots from a Chinese storekeeper. Fish was a rare article of diet with...
  3890. ...droving, who never had special communication with Chinese or other Asiatics, who is not fond of fish and ha...
  3891. ...dashery in a small way. She habitually dealt with Chinese for vegetables, but never had closer communicatio...
  3892. ...s frequent contri- butions of reading matter. The Chinese lepers, of course, must content themselves with l...
  3893. ...n and two women. The nationalities arc as follows Chinese, 11 ; N.S.W. natives, 8 ; Javanee, 1 ; South Sea ...
  3894. ...ander, 1. On Ist January, ’9l, the tally was 13 8 Chinese, 4 N.S.W., 1 Javanee, One Chinaman and one N.S. W...
  3895. ...n died during the year. Live N.S.W. natives, four Chinese, and one South Sea Islander were admitted during ...
  3896. ...aret in ’B3, there have been 31 patients admitted Chinese, 19 (8 died) ; natives of N.S.W., 9 (1 died) ; an...
  3897. ... 6i. r/AZ/S, a w oon 4/j CHoo Sas SOLUTION OE THE CHINESE QUESTION IN AUSTRALIA. AFTER THE MANNER OF THE HI...
  3898. ...lish works on agriculture, and to start afresh on Chinese or Indian or Algerian principles. * # * Moreover,...
  3899. ...mooloo■ dialect, interspersed with* fragments of* Chinese profanity. Mr. Hammill’s- Gubetta was a peg above...
  3900. ... Japanese editors and business managers and cheap Chinese reporters would give it a fresh start. Anyhow, if...
  3901. ...s tune, was a blundcu g Irishman named M'Nulty. A Chinese case was on one day when Pohlman, who always spok...
  3902. ...the fooree gets a hit out of other evils than the Chinese. • # , # N.S.W. Presbyterian Assembly hopes that ...
  3903. ...hand.. .“Ben. Sun”: Crude, but promising “Dan.” : Chinese anecdote to hand... “ G.E.” Tdo tell us something...
  3904. ...hree yards long, she looks like some new- fangled Chinese cracker with the wick hanging out behind, lint I ...
  3905. ...rited of about ,£■>oo 000. * * The hostile Sydney Chinese factions are arming themselves —with Colt’s repea...
  3906. ...olt’s repeating-rifles. As there are about 16,000 Chinese too many in N.S. Wales, The Bulletin proposes tha...
  3907. ...! This may afford an idea of the odds against the Chinese lottery speculator. “ Nearly all fishermen are li...
  3908. ...riage, by the way, recalls a case in which a rich Chinese married (in Vic- toria) a sister of the wife of a...
  3909. ...alent in those cities of America which swarm with Chinese. —Yours truly, Lakomai. [Don’t we, indeed ! The l...
  3910. ...t, like the Czar’ to deal with what was to them a Chinese Question' they merely pursued a policy of repress...
  3911. ...erself in the no-thoroughfares of her person with Chinese rouge, it’s safe to bet that she means to look li...
  3912. ...“ 0.5.” : Mr. Fiaueis Abigail was chairman of the Chinese Commission. (2) We don’t know' w hether Mr. Abiga...
  3913. ...ther Mr. Abigail, solicitor, act i for one of the Chinese factions, or is lealed to the other Abigail “C.D....
  3914. ...ks- and-mortar politically slow Campbell. No more Chinese are allowed to enter the United States. From 1855...
  3915. ...but 17. Yet, in 1888, came the Act to exclude all Chinese workmen, and even that isn’t enough. Premier Grif...
  3916. ...ted wholly. E'en tho’ they’d worked the field, as Chinese do, Had “ bulled” each shaft and scraped out ever...
  3917. ...ce. The other day in a Sydney court the customary Chinese witness was asked how he would swear. He said che...
  3918. ...re is also an Act in force absolutely prohibiting Chinese immigration under any circumstances whatso- ever,...
  3919. ...fears that the Aus- tralians weren’t loyal to the Chinese in Australia, or that France wasn’t loyal to the ...
  3920. ... Bligh’s team, have sunk their private fortune in Chinese missionary work. One of the deluded martyrs recen...
  3921. ...ue to be rewarded, why not doubly enfranchise the Chinese, who are the thriftiest race in the world? “Polyp...
  3922. ...ause the public have a fondness for literature at Chinese or Kanaka prices these dreary consignments have s...
  3923. ...h. He demands that he should be protected against Chinese and Kanaka competition ; he regards it as the dut...
  3924. ...o- duced under a system that is cheaper even than Chinese cheap labour, and thereby denies to the pressman ...
  3925. ...rn Territory; West Aus- tralia swallows shoals of Chinese ; North Queens- land completes the trinity of sla...
  3926. ...boarding-house was chartered as a mess-house, and Chinese cooks engaged. The Mounted Infantry were first or...
  3927. ...shduffin’,”; they refused and said “they’d eat no Chinese and marched out. The permanent or full-paid and e...
  3928. .... But the men got paid dinners in the hotels; the Chinese were sent back to obscurity, and the food was iss...
  3929. ... he again broke bar- racks, and was arrested in a Chinese pub., playing the cornet. For this, 48 hours’ cel...
  3930. ...e tins at every place we touched at. We had a fat Chinese cook on board, and we used to chain him up betwee...
  3931. ...orted Asiatic devices of South Australia, and the Chinese tendencies of the politicians of Perth. Therefore...
  3932. ..., as its very first act of public policy, that no Chinese, Hindoo, or Polynesian labourer, or cheap indente...
  3933. ...berately rejects 6 ’ on account of the Kanaka and Chinese —-the only means whereby that problem can I settl...
  3934. ...he holds is probably very large indeed. * # * Two Chinese and a European (fellow-employes in the warehouse ...
  3935. ...n are giving him a ball. Up North— at a time when Chinese big stores were attracting the attention of the w...
  3936. ...ing-down were ever reported, and as he now kept a Chinese cook and gardener and spared no pains to provide ...
  3937. ... ordinate practitioner who does the work at cheap Chinese rates —the latter being generally a person who is...
  3938. ...nd appliqu6 hearts from whence it would require a Chinese length of nail to dislodge them. I liked a little...
  3939. ...o any unemployed white man is to seek work from a Chinese boss ! Minister Best (Vic.) will have to live dow...
  3940. ...rs was beaten by the votes of three Jaypees, five Chinese and one Kanaka. Quite a family cabal against him....
  3941. ...Melbourne Customs department has a suspicion that Chinese crackers are under- invoiced, and so is taking th...
  3942. ...re some half-dozen Japan- ese “ladies.” What with Chinese pirates, yum-yura maidens, coolies and abori- gin...
  3943. ..., at the roulette-table. Get an ordinary sixpenny Chinese lottery- ticket. Mark the hank on it every night ...
  3944. ...ighted islander, would not our restriction on the Chinese be a grim farce? In one respect the proposed new ...
  3945. ...itself in every direction. Any captain who brings Chinese to Australia is responsible for the .£lOO a head ...
  3946. ...landing unauthorisedly. The other day a couple of Chinese firemen escaped from a French vessel at Newcastle...
  3947. ...recalls the story of the N.Q. policeman whose two Chinese prisoners escaped him, and who calmly went and ha...
  3948. ...the result would be exactly the same, also if the Chinese were wiped out this afternoon there would probabl...
  3949. ...tration of Melbourne unemployed women against the Chinese leper laundries; every Australian should reinembe...
  3950. ...deavoured to supplant the white minets with bheap Chinese, turned out cm masse aim, drbVe tlie ldp-6ated Mo...
  3951. ...ance to us than the fact that three battalions of Chinese might be withdrawn from Corea under the some cond...
  3952. ...ployed until recently woman labor, and pays cheap Chinese wages to employes. Attorney Yon Doussa, at Mount ...
  3953. ... a cheap blackleg in Queensland ; and there is no Chinese difficulty, for the Chinaman’s wages are down low...
  3954. ...he railways to an American'syndicate. Hundreds of Chinese are flooding V estern Queensland across the S.A. ...
  3955. ..., Mr. Simpkins ; ” “ Morgue, Mr. Shrirnpkins ; ” “Chinese atrocities, Mr. Timpkins;” “Emerald Hill outrage,...
  3956. ...ent revenue in a dreary editor’s butter-wrap. The Chinese who are entering Queensland from Port Darwin were...
  3957. ...thout them as readily as we can get along without Chinese or coolies. Also, when the case is carefully cons...
  3958. ...els and Afghans is worse than the introduction of Chinese to the masses, especially in this district, I enc...
  3959. ...shing the bullock to get rid of some occa- sional Chinese bullock-driver, or tearing up the railways in ord...
  3960. ...) Land Nationalisation alone won’t keep out cheap Chinese and ether labour and its cheap products, and whil...
  3961. ...urves’ family interest in the matter is a sort of Chinese puzzle. His wife’s mother (when a widow) married ...
  3962. ...ent of industry, lor both of these essentials the Chinese are specially qualified, iferfbeforth, the Freetr...
  3963. ...g greeted, when he goes to England, as an eminent Chinese gentleman ? H. M. Stanley, may consider himself u...
  3964. ...ot of bad luck, determined just for once to fox a Chinese storekeeper and follow his luck on the totalisato...
  3965. ...was over a weary pressman was struggling with his Chinese mascotte as to who should be first at the pay- wi...
  3966. ...ept under compul- sion, because there are so many Chinese prepared to do whatever task it may be for a much...
  3967. ...r-away river where, accord- ing to a local paper, Chinese boys arc the clever servants all the way along. B...
  3968. ...per to lynch the hoard, sell their corpses to the Chinese gardeners, throw the securities into the ash- bar...
  3969. ...ot long ago. The money-order office was rushed by Chinese and old identities from every hole and gully in t...
  3970. ...ay into the advertised boarding-bouse, with cheap Chinese vegetables laid on, in Lonsdale-strect. ft is now...
  3971. ... to nowhere. It is bounded by lucerne patches and Chinese gardens, but the principal vegetation is that of ...
  3972. ...ething like that): MS. consists apparently of mad Chinese junks fighting in a sea of fire and tomatoes “Fre...
  3973. ...hern Territory (S.A.) railways are constructed by Chinese navvies at 3s. 6d. per day! A boss Chinaman suppl...
  3974. ...., ran the first professedly otectioinst and anti-Chinese paper in Adelaide, of }° y. ea « a «° and his ven...
  3975. ...ry public at an “ enormous sacrifice.” • * * Some Chinese, working for a European gold- mine owner, at Port...
  3976. ...” confess that he was the prin- cipal importer of Chinese wares into Sydney in the days of Robert Lowe? And...
  3977. ...Herald calls loudly upon the local P.M. to compel Chinese entering Court to let down their pig-tails, seein...
  3978. ...overn- ment that the tonnage limit now applied to Chinese immigration shall apply to unnaturalised and natu...
  3979. ...uralisation papers and consequent evasions of the Chinese Immigration Acts. It has not yet, we think, been ...
  3980. ...ke a back seat when such a damsel, fresh from the Chinese quarter, has the floor) and other slum-haunting f...
  3981. ...ent institution ? Music will always take at cheap Chinese rates— not otherwise. 4 ** * * Money didn’t make ...
  3982. ...s had the anti-Chow-influx regulations printed in Chinese on large bills, which are to be posted up in the ...
  3983. ...an seaports. Premier Shiels, however, not being a Chinese scholar himself, has been compelled to trust in a...
  3984. ...ng here (Port Darwin) is be- coming so entirely a Chinese transaction that it hardly matters to us whether ...
  3985. ...al detective, she soon found a clue. Ah Gett, the Chinese cabbage-merchant, had been seen with Muscovies in...
  3986. ...r got any further advanced. There is a species of Chinese stag- nation in New South Wales politics, and if ...
  3987. ...ion of a new law of inheritance, the exclusion of Chinese and cheap European labour, the legalisation of th...
  3988. ...he identification of criminals, but also with the Chinese poll-tax puzzle. * * * Rockhampton eccentricity e...
  3989. ...ere. Also, they want to escape from cheap Kanaka, Chinese, Italian, and other pauper labour, and to do so t...
  3990. ...earing of the future contract-work, with probably Chinese at weekly wages. This has not been verified, but,...
  3991. ... the Goat-end of the Butt—or anything—or nothing. Chinese witness in a Sydney court: “Me leed um Biblee ; m...
  3992. ...nts (supplied wholesale by city printing firms at Chinese rates), consisting mainly of pirated matter and l...
  3993. ...ertain holy young man, who used to evangelise the Chinese in an Australian city, not long ago, met an attra...
  3994. ... bank-boom. * * # Fifty thousand pounds’ worth of Chinese- merchant died in Sydney last week, and the under...
  3995. .... Menu cards in English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Aboriginal dialects, Welsh, and Irish—wi...
  3996. ...ty Pegasus “ E.C.0.” ; There would be no employed Chinese if the whites would work for the same wages “ A.C...
  3997. ...t for his constituents. fnbP 16 r olling-pin-eyed Chinese, still plenti- is L! ’ nt(J . Australia. Their si...
  3998. ...imiting provision that lire inn. g tle mnn ber of Chinese passengers to a proportion per tonnage. in Svd° r...
  3999. ...ft behind him. The deceased was Mr. Way Key, late Chinese merchant, of Sydney and Hongkong, a Mandarin of t...
  4000. ... preserve their pigtails, and are qualified for a Chinese cemetery. Which is another proof of the justice o...
  4001. ...North began to be lined with crowds of cleaned-up Chinese and more or less dirty Europeans from about 1 p.m...
  4002. ...chiefest among the mourners, wore that holiest of Chinese funeral attire, brown hol- land; the next lot of ...
  4003. ...n Saul ” for the special benefit of the listening Chinese angels. Some 70 white trash were hired for banner...
  4004. ...ular discs of paper, perforated with to represent Chinese money. This scattering was “allee same pay his pa...
  4005. ...opean coolies; after which the holy altar and its Chinese attendants. The oil-portrait of the dead man beam...
  4006. ... front, and, upon a square of praying-carpet, the Chinese adorers came, several at a time, to flop, to grou...
  4007. ...candles and the incense-puffing Joss. Suddenly, a Chinese performer commenced a queer nasal chant, the chie...
  4008. ...,” and Way Key was battened over. There were five Chinese pastors to boss the religious rites ; four genera...
  4009. ...versus Big Lip” was the recorded name of a recent Chinese petty assault case at Port Douglas, N. Q. # * # S...
  4010. ...ow up the Ktea. ij ow w lll Dio Association stand Chinese cheap football ? Tommy Corrigan’s a bit off-colou...
  4011. ...n in Sydney. The chief “ mute ” at the recent big Chinese funeral at Sydney was a well-known tragedian whom...
  4012. ...nce that is being overrun with Indian coolies and Chinese, engaged for two years, at wages that would not k...
  4013. ... # Apropos Sydney’s recent big and gorgeous £lOOO Chinese funeral. The other day in Maori- land a Chinaman ...
  4014. ...akes to Hongkong the remains of the late Way Key, Chinese merchant, of Sydney, was presented with .£3O by Q...
  4015. ...Coffey may also kill a Ministry. There are 19,000 Chinese and Polynesians Queensland, of which the proposed...
  4016. ...it at all hazards. “ We have seen the Kanakas and Chinese at work. We are told that white people are civili...
  4017. ...have started an opposition band, and whenever the Chinese start to play the opposition open fire and pande-...
  4018. ... the defenders appeared on the wall and asked the Chinese commander to sell him some gunpowder, as his own ...
  4019. ...tory to an attack on India. He also says that the Chinese don’t realize the danger of the situation. The re...
  4020. ...ituation. The real trouble is, probably, that the Chinese do recognize that the danger of the situation aff...
  4021. ... the situation affects England, not China. If the Chinese weren’t pretty sure that Russia aims at India, th...
  4022. ...t Russia aims at India, they might apprehend that Chinese interests are in peril. There is reason to believ...
  4023. ... Novosti’s declaration may have been intended for Chinese ears. ■ ♦ Melbourne Age— -which at heart secretly...
  4024. ...ak Imperial laws, in opposing the entrance of the Chinese should the British Government insist on our obser...
  4025. ...elled to read your own poem to an audience of mad Chinese! “J.F.D.” (Leichhardt): Declined with thanks “ An...
  4026. ...f the late Mr. WAY KEY, to thank his European and Chinese friends, and the public generally, for the kindly...
  4027. ...rone? It cannot be because it is ancient, for the Chinese throne is much more ancient, and therefore a fitt...
  4028. ... plural voting, bank swindles, cheap European and Chinese shoddy and other glaring evils, because it has do...
  4029. ...otel in Mr. Sam See’s carriage.” “ Sam See”— very Chinese, this. Now we understand why Treasurer See, inste...
  4030. ...a “true leper ” up at Cairns, N. the haunt of the Chinese-grown banana. Cairns is so thick with Chinese tha...
  4031. ...the Chinese-grown banana. Cairns is so thick with Chinese that they say in N.Q. you can always tell a Cairn...
  4032. ...d before the Australian Medical Congress concerns Chinese fruit-growing. Never buy from an Asiatic any over...
  4033. ...ambulance is outside waiting for you. Hoo-ki-la ! Chinese fruit—it makes our mouth water. # # # Ladies desi...
  4034. ... understood to be on the free-ljst with the local Chinese store- keepers. This is another Asiatic vogue imp...
  4035. ...- well letter for Mariar, which, being written in Chinese, was never deciphered. When the policeman came to...
  4036. ... Mongol sits upon the beach and smiles an ancient Chinese smile as he listens to the smashing of the furnit...
  4037. ...estrict the franchise, and swamp the country with Chinese, Polynesians, and other paupers, and to gaol the ...
  4038. ...cause of the Asiatic driver is very much like the Chinese inspiration of burning the house down in order to...
  4039. ...b. At Barcaldine Circuit Court, Paul requests the Chinese interpreter to ask the witness, his countryman, t...
  4040. ... imports at the invoice price. He started this on Chinese crackers, when the department realised profitably...
  4041. ... a sighing lover, but now I am a loving sire. The Chinese eat chrysanthemums. In that case they may keep th...
  4042. ...fly running off with a sack of flour “Ajax”; Good Chinese satire “G.W.R. ”: Blessed is he who sends in 36 p...
  4043. ...day (Oct. 15), by play- ing “Struck Oil” and “The Chinese Question” for her benefit. The theatre is now clo...
  4044. ...urymen who acquitted the alleged murderers of the Chinese, Mai IN mi. Its effect was spoilt, however, by th...
  4045. ...e Bay (Sydney) lazaret. Three Europeans and three Chinese have gone in since the beginning of the year. Of ...
  4046. ...uple of Melbourne detectives took tickets in some Chinese lotteries, and the Govern, merit used the prize-m...
  4047. ... over the border from the Northern Territory, the Chinese Restriction Act has been virtually can- celled in...
  4048. ...e pious band, While the cheap Hindoo and the vile Chinese Pour in Crowds on every hand, And a false and cor...
  4049. ...installed as general pipper in a bush pub. with a Chinese cook kicking him about. He had enough cash left t...
  4050. ...Mongol goes one better. Not long ago in passing a Chinese garden (within two miles of the centre of one of ...
  4051. ... A big umbrella, built of blossoms, was novel and Chinese-y, like the small but toothsome-looking display o...
  4052. ...English, German, an’ Welsh, an’ he knows a little Chinese. You can have him for half-a-crown. No, I don’t t...
  4053. ... taught him th’ orders in Welsh. He picked up th’ Chinese as he went along. Half-a-crown.” Phil, chipped in...
  4054. ... refuge in a great slab of profanity, and put the Chinese family at the extreme tail- end of the procession...
  4055. ...s that would make an Apollo Belvidere look like a Chinese burglar.   CLARKE’S PATENT “PYRAMID" & DOUBLE WIC...
  4056. ...tor. * * * Notwithstanding that there are but few Chinese at Newcastle, N.S.W., nine Jegal mar- riages betw...
  4057. ...ly he re- placed by others at reduced screw. When Chinese ledger- keepers and Kanaka tellers run these inst...
  4058. ...its persuasively on his head until he is extinct. Chinese suicides are curious things, and are often worth ...
  4059. ...uency—their own.—Yours faithfully, P.H. A typical Chinese story. Scene—Police- court of N.Q. seaport town. ...
  4060. ... story. Scene—Police- court of N.Q. seaport town. Chinese complainant (after blowing out match) swears he h...
  4061. ...ature. The country will be ruined and over-run by Chinese, Kanaka, and similar immigrants brought in by the...
  4062. ...ain and Ireland were to be given away gratis to a Chinese or other foreign syndicate, all the reverence in ...
  4063. ...tea-drinking. He used to take about eight cups of Chinese tea per diem. Since “ swearing off ” he has gaine...
  4064. ...ne, from the Twen- tieth Century, is a picture of Chinese justice as dealt out by the governing leper inthe...
  4065. ...e tossed up to see which should go first, and the Chinese horror won Ih3 judges were mild, good-looking men...
  4066. ...y.” The profits which, under this system of cheap Chinese labour, are large, will probably go in the end to...
  4067. ...lded over 45 millions of gold. In a recent N.S.W. Chinese case, Ah Lie and Too Fly gave evidence in the sui...
  4068. ...ing no hangman available, he cheerfully hanged 27 Chinese pirates at lOdols. a head. # # * Editor Bulletin,...
  4069. ... Express weeps tears of pity over a very-far-gone Chinese leper shifted from Bombala to Little Bay lazarett...
  4070. ... of 08 persons. The query this suggests is Do the Chinese ever observe a holiday like Euro- pean people ?--...
  4071. ...her day, at a Napier (Maoriland) race- meeting, a Chinese rode his nag, “Seventy Bob,” in one of the events...
  4072. ...ed by Ah Kit an’ his mate. We resolved thet these Chinese was sappin’ Th’ wealth o’ th’ land, an’ agreed So...
  4073. ...MELL’S SNOW-WHITE HOLLER ELOUE. The last act of a Chinese drama has just been played at Wellington (M.L.). ...
  4074. ...responded on be- half of an empty purse. The N.Q. Chinese lottery business was supposed to have been put do...
  4075. ...a pony track, the latest addition, which combines Chinese tugs-of-war and balloon ascents with the refining...
  4076. ...ad. * # « The mean white of Port Darwin helps the Chinese to defeat the law prohibiting Asiatics from hold-...
  4077.  
  4078. 1893
  4079. ...k he means that “it is an important fact that the Chinese like the language.” “IT IS THREE THOUSAND MILES L...
  4080. ...blue moun- tains stacked up against the clouds, a Chinese city slumbering beside a placid harbour, and in t...
  4081. ...omoters of any i nnovation.— Bakblox. Two hundred Chinese cabinet-makers have struck work, in Melbourne, on...
  4082. ...troduced into the Hawaiian Islands in 1865 by two Chinese; and so rapidly did it disseminate itself that, i...
  4083. ...it promises to do the most harm. PLAIN ENGLISH. A Chinese Strike. About 350 Mongolian cabinet-makers were o...
  4084. ...eaders as tp. now to handle the spike weapon. The Chinese are firm tlie disagreement between master's .and ...
  4085. ...s. The S.M. Herald is afraid that the Mel- bourne Chinese strikers will introduce revolution- ary labour pr...
  4086. ...cts in three- quarters of a column, all told, The Chinese still bang drums and things j n or der to prevent...
  4087. ...&c., left them by the deceased gentleman. A dozen Chinese who have a small farm at Blayney, send as much as...
  4088. ...on and put no restriction upon the importation of Chinese and Kanakas! Does The Bulletin approve ? Evidentl...
  4089. ...ay of the week are occupied by Cingalese hawkers, Chinese “all sorts,” Italian colonists, Kanakas and their...
  4090. ... week had a heavy headline, “ Dreadful outrage by Chinese pirates ; 1400 people killed, and a village burnt...
  4091. ...salem and jasper gates.. Once they asked our only Chinese patient— he had been gored by a pig—to favour the...
  4092. ...est baby-show do not offer a prize for the finest Chinese baby. A young woman went home to North Melbourne,...
  4093. ...terwards de- serted her, went to China, married a Chinese woman, and established a Chinese domicile. The Vi...
  4094. ...China, married a Chinese woman, and established a Chinese domicile. The Victorian wife followed him there, ...
  4095. ... Indians may now be seen roaming about Melbourne. Chinese, Hindoos, Kanakas, Syrians, Malays, American Inju...
  4096. ...Dominion was sold, and Hayes entered the Imperial Chinese service as commander of a gunboat. Another gunboa...
  4097. ... high tank, levied a system of blackmail upon the Chinese coasting junks that brought them (not the junks) ...
  4098. ...pirates procured for him a good standing with the Chinese authorities. Peese soon got into trouble, however...
  4099. ...rew (many of whom were Hayes’ arid Peese’s former Chinese naval pirates), the partners sailed for the Bonin...
  4100. ...at. At dusk Hayes went aboard and took the brig’s Chinese carpenter with him. On examination he Said the sh...
  4101. ...manity by professing to , be above it, and to the Chinese and the Kanaka who, by the Cdd tbe brutish monarc...
  4102. ...omes the authority for the yarn ? A soul-stirring Chinese tragedy is reported from Adelaide. Gin Gah, a tru...
  4103. ...oor to all the Irish and throw it open to all the Chinese.” Dear Bulletin,— The much-billeted gen- tleman a...
  4104. ...ueensland South Sea slave-trade : A man may carry Chinese coolies to Trinidad, Peru, or Cuba, but under wha...
  4105. ...“ A woman who buys her colour wants to sell it.” —Chinese. * # # “ Calico is needed for 50,000,000 African ...
  4106. ...of the miner who fell down dead at the sight of a Chinese baby is declined for various reasons “The Bralga ...
  4107. ...e liiin couK do with pencil and paper. He learned Chinese chiefly through his system of mnemonics, am has b...
  4108. ...y was believed to be a bloated capitalist amongst Chinese. I was fossicking in the gully and had the cradle...
  4109. ...n the third day I heard expostu- lations and wild Chinese cries proceeding from the hut. On the fourth day ...
  4110. ...urate Eng- lish, and the spoken one sounds like a Chinese riot in Lilly Boulke-stleet, and yet Patterson fi...
  4111. ... Advice to Young Men—Dr. Richards’ ad.,|p. 1. The Chinese invasion continues, says a Westralian paper. Twen...
  4112. .... At the Dunstan, Maoriland, a siek and destitute Chinese wished to enter the Benevolent Home. His friends ...
  4113. ...ving. He was found guilty, and the Judge told the Chinese interpreter to ask him if he had anything to say....
  4114. ...ales Minister Copeland’s contention that to debar Chinese from the privileges given by his new Mining Bill ...
  4115. ...ed compromise, by his declaration of objection to Chinese coming to Australia, with the reservation that th...
  4116. ... The white can’t hold a candle to John, the bland Chinese. He does not take to boxing, and “ cliket ” he di...
  4117. ... ! “Ha, ha, thou perjured villain!” he shouted in Chinese— Chuck Duck perceived the dagger and fell upon hi...
  4118. ...ing, etc. The Bulletin regrets that its supply of Chinese type is not sufficient to give an extended notice...
  4119. ...ugliness, offensiveness, dirt, neglect, disease,. Chinese dens, and all manner of leprosy and infec- tion. ...
  4120. ...ess directly, of dirt. The larrikin question, the Chinese question, the* nigger and cheap European pauper p...
  4121. ... keep his bananas to ripen under the bed, and the Chinese vegetable horror who stores his vegetables among ...
  4122. ...00 net! Mrs. Brown-Potter took ’Ome with her as a Chinese souvenir an executioner’s sword which had the day...
  4123. ...h (Vic.), the other day. Fraternal sentiment. ine Chinese do hang together. « # * Specimen of Australian gr...
  4124. ...n is sharper than a serpent’s tooth. +. Ti-Chack, Chinese vice-consul at Cooktown (N.Q.), tells a N.Q. Regi...
  4125. ...aws prac- tised by the U.S. and Australia against Chinese, and prophesies:— The awakening change is coming,...
  4126. ...f the world will be that between the Russians and Chinese in which the latter will prevail, the Anglo-Saxon...
  4127. ...the more reason why Australia should keep out the Chinese. Answers to Correspondents. No notice will he tak...
  4128. ...ered dames. Not a smile on John’s face, though. A Chinese opera co. plays once or twice a week at Mellx Hib...
  4129. ...rd and flowing robes. The “ heavy father ” of the Chinese troupe eyed the Ha-ure in a puzzled way for a cou...
  4130. ... would make Collins- street impassable. # * * The Chinese in Queensland know how to work the Pacific Island...
  4131. ...ed a nice girl and took her to a suburban home. A Chinese market-garden was close by, and, the other day, t...
  4132. ...eighbour he sought his three months’ bride in the Chinese den and found her there almost in a nude state sm...
  4133. ...too awful to be contem- plated. For there will be Chinese cheap preachers in those days who will preach 18 ...
  4134. ...e shadow of a yell left in him, for If he doesn’t Chinese competition will assuredly overtake him and tread...
  4135. ...iffil- wraith land-sale policy ; the abolition of Chinese, Kanaka, Indian, and all other forms of pauper im...
  4136. ... his hippodrome wrecked by an infuriated riiob of Chinese at the coolie-shipping port of Swatow. A coolie h...
  4137. ... — colours that have for a long time been left to Chinese lanterns and cheap wall-paper—mean to be in evide...
  4138. ...wns to, the Gulf, a squattage or plantation, with Chinese, coolie,, or black or yellow cheap labour of any ...
  4139. ...and Ah Mouv were among its promoters) did all the Chinese business and held their deposits, and, faot was t...
  4140. ...lass, and savours of it. He is the author of that Chinese puzzle, the contingent vote—tacked on to the last...
  4141. ...th, Banker, Age office.” Minnesota, U. S., forces Chinese within its borders to wear Euro- pean clothes. Au...
  4142. ...ears before Chris- topher the Navigator was born. Chinese- Buddhist monks are known to have settled in Mexi...
  4143. ...rat applicants l°L!i It, e th C fe ßbat i a was a Chinese, who tUe.J np the form for three shares. I* Weo. ...
  4144. ...ssful establishment of several brandies among the Chinese.” The wily Chow is nowadays open to support every...
  4145. ...—The circumstances attend- ing the discovery of a Chinese leper in a European lodging-house in Russell-stre...
  4146. ...rsonal contact with alien races. The practices of Chinese vegetable- growers, who avail themselves of human...
  4147. ... the vegetables sold by whites are mostly sold by Chinese — —better cat it cooked.—Ed. B.] Dear Bulletin, —...
  4148. ... looking wonderfully well.” Balder the Beautiful. Chinese medico On Lee, of Sydney, refuses to see female p...
  4149. ... the way, in the Dumaresq- river district (Q.). a Chinese cook is the reputed father of a child born to the...
  4150. ...o couldn’t get work here. When the Germans, the “ Chinese of Europe,” can’t get work, who can ? Apropos, th...
  4151. ...em. He cuts wages down, on one side by working at Chinese rates, and on the other by paying less than Chine...
  4152. ...inese rates, and on the other by paying less than Chinese rates to his own occasional employes. He has a de...
  4153. ...ffing themselves with “informations”? Even a good Chinese cook can command 30s. a week and his board and lo...
  4154. ...“full white.” This will be a terrible blow to the Chinese of Australia—everyone knows how the Pagan has lon...
  4155. .... At a little distance he looks like one of these Chinese-pump affairs where the buckets run up one side an...
  4156. ...ent, abolish capitalism, wipe out poverty, drink, Chinese and nigger-labour, and, in short, do anything. Yo...
  4157. ...ccording to Cheok &c., there are in Victoria 9000 Chinese, of whom only 17 are bap- tised. The Chinese are ...
  4158. ...9000 Chinese, of whom only 17 are bap- tised. The Chinese are as unsatisfactory, from a Christian missionar...
  4159. ...nd then ignorant outsiders, who don’t know what a Chinese wall separates the literary from the commercial d...
  4160. ...hink over the matter... “A Constant Reader”: “The Chinese vagrants who round poor females soar.” Did you ev...
  4161. ...s one may estimate the up-to-date position of the Chinese curse in the West. « # * The eccentricities of so...
  4162. ...ocal elector voted ?— Scribbler. The Q. law as to Chinese immigration is that a steamer can only land a max...
  4163. ...s. Forrest’s (Brother Alick’s wife’s) advt. for a Chinese cook, refused to insert, and re- funded the money...
  4164. ... too padded, and ] a tly because of an impossible Chinese-aboriginal half-caste, who speaks an impossible b...
  4165. ...istoric name of that gold-laced locality. • * « A Chinese Mission Church of England, in Little Lonsdale-str...
  4166. ...he Wesleyans have an excellent, commodious, brick Chinese church in Little Bourke-street, not a quarter fil...
  4167. ..., to see for themselves what manner of places the Chinese and other low quarters of the city were. One, to ...
  4168. ..., to show his cosmopolitanism, ate the whole of a Chinese pudding he had been invited to taste, and another...
  4169. ...ional parson, and pretending to join for life the Chinese cook and Maggie the housemaid —the latter “ willi...
  4170. ...d Bremen from Australia, and you ask —“When * the Chinese of Europe ’ can’t get work, who can ? ” I think y...
  4171. ... that during the 12 months ending April last, 959 Chinese seamen reached Port Darwin from China, and when t...
  4172. ...Colombia. Not only is one out of every ten of the Chinese inhabitants a leper, but 30,000 of the Colombians...
  4173. ...y-discovered VVedderburn gold-alluvial. * * * The Chinese miners have been stealing the stone from the Raub...
  4174. ...ady recovered hundreds of ozs. of gold. # # # The Chinese Restriction Act has already done one good .hi ig ...
  4175. ... 'Been had the Act not pre- vented perhaps 20,000 Chinese arriving here during the last few years? # # • An...
  4176. ...ersity. Young Tallowfat, on his travels, said the Chinese piays in the Flowery Land were instructive in the...
  4177. ...latial mansions on the blackmail they extort from Chinese gambling-houses and fallen women. It is said that...
  4178. ... water-right, and tram- way kings in the place of Chinese and gamblers; put Judges and Congressmen in the p...
  4179. ...de jjACK WALL FISU OF ONE, FLESH OF ANOTHER. “The Chinese are still swarming from the Northern Territory of...
  4180. ...ble emigrants—far superior to those objectionable Chinese whom we don’t admit-at least not by this catrance...
  4181. ...ne. Homeless, unemployed, and without credit at a Chinese laundry, they removed a few of their garments in ...
  4182. ...superiors bn the Bench. |. • * * Fowl, 6d,. Melb. Chinese restaurants Play suspected. # * * A cavalry herd ...
  4183. ...and is entitled “An Act to prohibit the coming of Chinese into the United Stales.” It confirms and enforces...
  4184. ...revious prohibitions, and deals with the existing Chinese population by compelling them to register names, ...
  4185. ...te the detection of new arrivals smuggled in. All Chinese not registered by May G, 1893, are to be deported...
  4186. ... are to be deported from the States. The American Chinese are controlled by what are called the Six Compani...
  4187. ...benefit purposes, but really exist- ing to uphold Chinese interests if in conflict with the laws. These com...
  4188. ...lict with the laws. These companies contract with Chinese immigrants to America, who practically become sla...
  4189. ... they tried to nullify its effect by ordering the Chinese not to register. * * * Their orders were obeyed. ...
  4190. ...as one of the most important tried for years. The Chinese were aghast. They had relied implicitly on the Si...
  4191. ... are no funds available; To send away the 100,000 Chinese in the States would cost about .£1,000,000, and "...
  4192. ..., and in the States where there is a considerable Chinese population, . the Act is thoroughly approved. Whe...
  4193. ...of the prohibitive Acts of the various provinces, Chinese are pouring in by thousands. The leak is greatest...
  4194. ...thern Territory of South Australia, where already Chinese rule the roast, and the humble white man goes fro...
  4195. ...y works were completed the greater portion of the Chinese remained in the Territory and weie engaged to wor...
  4196. ...y cannot lie relied on, and in many instances the Chinese have been known to swallow the gold when down the...
  4197. ...s very large ; these epidemics were traced to the Chinese, and many Europeans succumbed to the diseases. Th...
  4198. ...orship in secret a hideous porcelain image of the Chinese dragon god which stood on the mantelpiece, but he...
  4199. ...every morning and his shirt starched at the local Chinese laundry, doesn’t enter into the calcula- tion. An...
  4200. ...l Moran is expected to bring with him to Sydney a Chinese priest. The experiment was made in Archbishop Fol...
  4201. ...n. “North Queensland is fast becoming a miniature Chinese Empire. Ex. Does B. R. Wise support payment of me...
  4202. ...hurst (N.S.W.) have undertaken to teach the local Chinese reading, writing and English, and have already en...
  4203. ...y white males. Beauty is only skin-deep—and so is Chinese ugliness. • # * Mayor Willcox, of Adelaide, has r...
  4204. ...number of the Melbourne Trades Hall men found 300 Chinese working in the furniture factories:on Sunday. The...
  4205. ...ked that his clientele embraced a large number of Chinese gentlemen, The patient’s toothache dis- appeared ...
  4206. ...- street ” it is officially known now. • • # Some Chinese regularly take part in the choir-singing of a Bal...
  4207. ...ow quite equal to that of an expert tub-hand at a Chinese laun- dry : As the economies in 'vorking are perm...
  4208. ...nly defied the worker. Now may be found in plenty Chinese and Assyrian stores and boarding - houses, farms ...
  4209. ...nd boarding - houses, farms rented by Kanakas and Chinese, and the streets thronged vvitli alien races. Ita...
  4210. ...grandsons going on the wallaby in search of these Chinese wages, and their own daughters—when the old man i...
  4211. ...marked suc- cess in every way save as regards the Chinese- looking permanent decorations of the ball-room, ...
  4212. ...he evening would listen to a sermon preached by a Chinese missionary. Any superfluous parsons could do some...
  4213. ...nto our midst the foul and pestilential plague of Chinese. What then is the meaning of this loyalty to the ...
  4214. ...he thistle. It is loyalty which admits the scurvy Chinese, because they were recommended by Britain, and in...
  4215. ... made a treaty with China 50 years ago, admitting Chinese to all her dependencies. But courage ! This will ...
  4216. ...n Sun ” : Why should you curse so hard at the new Chinese church? The dismal grind of the supplication mill...
  4217. ... A.) is right in concluding that the N.S.W. Anti- Chinese laws are laxly administered. Contraband Chinese h...
  4218. ...- Chinese laws are laxly administered. Contraband Chinese have freely entered N.S.W, between Albury (Vic.) ...
  4219. ...000 acres of land, may be permitted to indent 200 Chinese labourers, free of poll-tax ! What a clever man S...
  4220. ... of such a new departure Augur.   The report that Chinese cross the southern oirdor from Victoria into N«\y...
  4221. ...that Sydney schoolroom, in which 400 44 Christian Chinese ” assembled, the other night, afterwards cleansed...
  4222. ... by the back- yard gate. # # * Apropos the N.S.W. Chinese mission, it is a curious fact that, with many lea...
  4223. ...tasteless lives. • « * It being admitted that the Chinese are not, from our standpoint, a musical race, why...
  4224. ...Stock of New and Popular Music. Tbo raids made on Chinese gamblers in Sydney are better planned than the pu...
  4225. ...The Bulletin attended on the opening night of the Chinese opera at Sydney Protestant Hall, and it never exp...
  4226. ...pects to hear distinctly with that ear again. The Chinese opera is like no other entertainment upon this ea...
  4227. ...high with a louder desolation.' All the same, the Chinese opera looks as if it was a paying speculation, an...
  4228. ...haracters of the Hargraves district (N.S.W.) is a Chinese hermit, who lives- on native bears and wild honey...
  4229. ... Cobar district (N.S. Wales) squatters is done by Chinese labour. A batch of 25 of the yellow heathens arri...
  4230. ...esia as a fish provider in the same manner as the Chinese use the cormorant. We read that the O.M.G-. list ...
  4231. ...s Queen, With a Fatman’s holy fervour atldacraven Chinese mien. Vain devotions, speeches sordid, lowing bac...
  4232. ...ctionable individual didn’t take it instead. “The Chinese Question” forms the rest of the bill, which is dr...
  4233. ...ingston has on the stocks a bill to make the S.A. Chinese Immigration laws east* iron. “ The masses live by...
  4234. ...ans, &c., under the same tonnage- restrictions as Chinese. Dibbs has obviously weakened on his Penrith utte...
  4235. ...ed Judge, it generally does. # # • One reason why Chinese laundries are rapidly monopolising the Melb. trad...
  4236. ...iona.Mf'. /s fj- <// DRIVING THE DEVIL OUT OF THE CHINESE CAMP AT BALLARAT. detective inquiring as to her h...
  4237. ...T C K O X L.” Followed by the Amusing Farce, “THE CHINESE QUESTION.” PRICES as USUAL. BOX PLAN at THEATRE. ...
  4238. ...p one act, The systematic importation of Kanakas, Chinese, and, other cheap, and; slavish aliens has since ...
  4239. ...er its tobacco-quid when our funeral goes by at a Chinese trot “ J.J.” ; Thanks “ A.AI.”: The hotel “barber...
  4240. ...er Co. Terry turned up at the Wat-randy (e (Vic.) Chinese corpse snatching case with Buzfuz Bartrop, P.M. A...
  4241. ...king up ”* in the Mudgee dis- trict. Ah Jack, the Chinese magnate of Windeyer, has bought 140 oz. gold from...
  4242. ...RUCK O I X..” Followed hy the Amusing Faroe, “THE CHINESE QUESTION." PRICES as USUAL. BOX PLAN at THEATRE, ...
  4243. ... in Col. Price’s Horse) was such as to give her a Chinese appearance, and Fire-low Price once enquired how ...
  4244. ...er last trip to Australia, by Japanese, replacing Chinese. Chaffey Baker, father of Adelaide National Ass, ...
  4245. ... the Block wearing a hatband inscribed with* gilt Chinese letters. This reminds us of a certain lady in ano...
  4246. ...RUCK O I Ij.” Followed by the Amusing Farce, “THE CHINESE QUESTION.” PRICES as USUAL. BOX PLAN at THEATRE. ...
  4247. ...ffirs, about two acres to each man. These are the Chinese culti- vators of this country. Every inch of a Ka...
  4248. ...cal work from them. This is just where the Star’s Chinese logic comes to grief. No one knows whether the “ ...
  4249. ...ic. Express, Geraldton, W. A., Sept. 1 Twenty mad Chinese are housed In the Asylum for lunatics at Fremantl...
  4250. ...sents Dealdn’s Bill making it compulsory to brand Chinese-made furniture, and raises the bogey of monopoly ...
  4251. .... Sister Dora up to date! * * » Ih N.S. Wales the Chinese, by working all round the clock and living on les...
  4252. ...ergeant of Uorowa with having farms, wherefor the Chinese influx is neglected. Customs has two acres of gar...
  4253. ...the Customs of Albury for stupidly thinking anti- Chinese laws were made to be used. If official laches in ...
  4254. ...nights in succession. The feminine mission to the Chinese heathen of Bathurst (N.S.W.) makes good pro- gres...
  4255. ...arryatville, S.A.): You throw no new light on the Chinese question. All your state- ments have been made a ...
  4256. ...OR THE BULLETIN.] “ Previous to the opium war the Chinese not only shut out the foreigner but shut in their...
  4257. ...ystem and there is some- thing to be said for the Chinese device of keep- ing a prisoner awake till he dies...
  4258. ... Tart and a couple of other prominent naturalised Chinese raised to the Commission of the Peace. te most lo...
  4259. ...Suez Oaiial; German, 292; English, 2581. A recent Chinese paper, the Shenpao, alluding to the examination o...
  4260. ...n another 12 months there will be no one here but Chinese and coloured labour. Zola, addressing the English...
  4261. ...omething “foreign, 1 ' from a Frenchman down to a Chinese. He knows much, or all, about were I not English,...
  4262. ...fashion of an impossible Jiouseholder lead- ing a Chinese existence at Leichhardt. Even il that alleged inh...
  4263. ...e same evils that have followed the influx of the Chinese. “We want,” says Fish, M.H.R. (M.L.), “a half-hol...
  4264. ...vidence of a prisoner - s grievance. *. * * , Two Chinese Freemasons are regular attendants at a Sydney lod...
  4265. ...es the takings were about ,£5OO weekly ; lately a Chinese gingerbeer-seller has rented it for 3s. per week....
  4266. ...ore, however, makes up for all deficiencies. “The Chinese Question” is thrown in by way of giving the galle...
  4267. ...only laughed. Cardinal Moran is bringing out four Chinese priests from the Propaganda College at Thirty yea...
  4268. ...ontemplate the free admission of Hindoos, whisky, Chinese, and so on; that there is no par- ticular advanta...
  4269. ...7, 231) PITT STREET (near Market Street), SYDNEY. Chinese fishermen on the Endeavour River (Q.) anchored sm...
  4270. ...two professional pugilists led the “China for the Chinese” party. So China has pugs! We may yet see a match...
  4271. ...ston, who importuned for a conference to restrict Chinese and other undesir- able immigrants. Premier Dibbs...
  4272. ...olonial conference at the present time. Dibbs, re Chinese exclusion. of a trans-Pacific cable at “ as early...
  4273. ...n is to be of steel and bamboo pipes covered with Chinese silk and surmounted by a metallic texture, the wh...
  4274. ... to be. Were an expert c °uld a tale nn f a , the Chinese camps he Je Chinese vewtawll* 1 affecb Hoverunien...
  4275. ...rt c °uld a tale nn f a , the Chinese camps he Je Chinese vewtawll* 1 affecb Hoverunient a , e ma rket, and...
  4276. ...locks attorney who does much business amongst the Chinese never allows a Mongol client to be sworn upon a l...
  4277. ...he dis- trict.” Quong Tart, the prosperous Sydney Chinese restaurateur, has a white wife and three children...
  4278. ...t is a pleasant reflection for Americans that the Chinese cheap-labour leprosy was brought upon them by “pr...
  4279. ...s never been permitted to too closely observe the Chinese methods of vegetable-growing. • # # Warrnamhool T...
  4280. ...n deck he was sitting on the main-hatch, with the Chinese carpenter (whose pipe he was smoking), and tellin...
  4281. ...ay. Marius conies as stage-manager. Chang 1 , the Chinese giant, is dead. He married a Melb* girl. Mile. Ba...
  4282. ...hich has been incon- sequentially arguing against Chinese and Afghans as Australian co-workers for several ...
  4283. ... don’t put it so nicely. # « # Dear Bulletin, —Be Chinese oaths. Now- a-days, if a Cow Lee wants to swear u...
  4284. ...political liberty, and to support the subservient Chinese leper and similar disasters. Yet, despite all thi...
  4285. ...es : “ Were an expert in leprosy to visit all the Chinese camps he could a tale unfold,” &e. Such a visitat...
  4286. ...y order of the Board of Health, of all the N.S.W. Chinese camps, “ and no further cases of leprosy, or dise...
  4287. ...gitation in various parts of N.S.W. to extend the Chinese Restriction Act to other coloured races makes a h...
  4288. ... a condemned man to prepare for the gallows.” The Chinese only, give three days, thinking it cruelty to pro...
  4289. ...enses returned, a face met mine; It belonged to a Chinese hawker whom I had passed on the homestead track a...
  4290. ...trewn with imitations of every vegetable known to Chinese industry ? One cluster was chillies, a head of ca...
  4291. ...om to trot off pigeon-shooting on an odd day. The Chinese began to do the same. But when one of their count...
  4292. ... road. I verily believe that the ignorance of the Chinese as to locality is caused by their sleeping all sh...
  4293. ...-way Shanty. After arresting a wanted Chow at the Chinese camp 10 miles away and getting him thus far safel...
  4294. ...had escaped from his bonds. Maloney suspected the Chinese cook at the Half- way, but what was the use of Su...
  4295. ...sease? “H.M.D.” further insinuates that “all” the Chinese camps of the province were visited last year by m...
  4296. ... writer flatly denies. Not dozens, bub scores, of Chinese camps were left unvisited, aa the discovery of ne...
  4297. ...s and hanged some- where among the side scenes; a Chinese washer- man who has_ no visible connection with t...
  4298. ...st horrifying incident occurred recently when two Chinese noblemen in tweeds occupied front^ seats. Eye-gla...
  4299. ...ss “Trust,” G.P.0., Launceston. # # #■ A wealthy “Chinese doctor” in Victoria lost a valuable diamond ring ...
  4300. ...f Ballarat, found and restored the jewel, and the Chinese was so pleased that he gave Tung .£lO. The item g...
  4301. ...jars, with a view to exhibition, by the ingenious Chinese. His face was pitted with small-pox marks, and sp...
  4302. ...and Co.) : “Burglars . . . sharpers . . . heathen Chinese . . . traitors . . . coveting des- picably the me...
  4303. ... treat with dull disdain, The white man’s God, or Chinese Joss, Sleep, ease, and food your highest gain, Do...
  4304. ...The pigeon-English Bible, issued in 1830, for the Chinese, is outrageously funny. Hardly one can be got now...
  4305. ...nce of the Sabbath. Since the death of Chang, the Chinese giant, it is seriously alleged that he was really...
  4306. ...ion and qualified for matriculation, with credit. Chinese were ever liars. One Ah Hong - , a patient in a N...
  4307.  
  4308. 1894
  4309. ...erty-stricken runs, on which they employ none but Chinese and aboriginals ? Well, so soon as these people h...
  4310. ... found at the Alligator River. Ten years age- the Chinese prophesied that the whites would eventually catch...
  4311. ...direction until she is called upon to wash a dead Chinese hawker. And all the full-flavoured stage-mana- ge...
  4312. ...g carrying round his cans when his doB stuck up a Chinese vendor of “whi’ bai.” Th e Chow fled, leaving the...
  4313. ...t any good. * • * In N.S.W. financial circles the Chinese are regarded as commercially more honest than any...
  4314. ...ax. Thus does Australia strain at the gnat, while Chinese junks land a hundred camels every month on the co...
  4315. ... • * * Despite the fact that Kingston is Premier, Chinese laundries flourish in Adelaide. * * # Korumburra,...
  4316. ...Times, 12th Dec. : Reporter: “ Why do you exclude Chinese ; they would be of greater use to you in developi...
  4317. ...f wages are to be reduced by competition with the Chinese.” A Hobart Mercury correspondent : Christraas-bel...
  4318. ...fortunate wretch was originally cap- tured from a Chinese den and made into a “ ward of the State,” that is...
  4319. ...-and-easy damsel, writing in Pall Mall Gazette on Chinese dressmakers in Japan, artlessly remarks : He (the...
  4320. ...ow use the North as a dumping-ground for Kanakas, Chinese, Javanese, Japanese and Malays; and wdio are figh...
  4321. ...stralia will be sorry to hear of the death of the Chinese general, Sun K’ai Hua.” Lower George-street and L...
  4322. ...cold tea. About ten years ago “Locky” went in for Chinese dress, and up to the time of his death always wor...
  4323. ...nal friendship, and date the communication from a Chinese den, or a “ disorderly house,” or some such place...
  4324. ... while ago.” • # # A Vic. contemporary : “ When a Chinese girl is married, her attendants are always the ol...
  4325. ...ou often make rude remarks about the way in which Chinese lower prices. There are numerous pubs, in Donald ...
  4326. ...erous pubs, in Donald (Vic.), but one is run by a Chinese. The white victuallers sell ale at 4d. and 3d., b...
  4327. ... drew attention to the alarming local increase of Chinese laundries (there are no Chinese laundries in Sydn...
  4328. ...local increase of Chinese laundries (there are no Chinese laundries in Sydney—why ?) and said that the work...
  4329. .... “ The practi- cal animal ” will always prefer a Chinese to a European cabbage if she can get it for a far...
  4330. ... The ugly hesi- tates, and loses—the train. * » • Chinese burglars at Singapore fill their pig-tails with s...
  4331. ...etropolis were just a vestige more certain than a Chinese lottery and only a shade less treacherous than a ...
  4332. ... been wreckers of trade, the billet is reduced to Chinese rate. Woman, in her endeavour to stick the quill ...
  4333. ...bourne Confidences. Melbourne, Feb. 27, 1894. The Chinese Mission Hall ceremonial of the other afternoon, a...
  4334. ...s, and thinly pervaded by soaped and frock-coated Chinese converts, was hopelessly respectable. We had expe...
  4335. ...rove home the idea—to my mind, at any rate — that Chinese, being as they are, should not be encouraged by e...
  4336. ...nded public feeling on the Murchison by running a Chinese cook. Of Alfred Deakin Lord Salisbury once said t...
  4337. ...ueens- land, but cannot find a market. Meanwhile, Chinese fruit runs merrily down the coast. Yet, the Celes...
  4338. ... Pauper”: “Damned” is a dull horror about a cheap Chinese hell. “ Nelson P. W.” : You Degin by explaining t...
  4339. ...appeared in another paper. r Barron .River (N.Q.) Chinese rice-growers are shifting to high ground in imita...
  4340. ...esque compensations. When Miss Shaw sees Kanakas, Chinese, Javanese, Japanese, Malays and Cingalese at work...
  4341. ... she couldn’t smile any se^ftw KM ‘toVre { CLObBO CHINESE' l| ■ueTTEiy/ ’m» 4.1 sank. 0.8. „<3 Jr ow» N cjT...
  4342. ... and the activity of the police, the whole of the Chinese lotteries in Little Bourke-street have closed. la...
  4343. ...ome in Johannesburg, one night, and had to pass a Chinese gambling-hell, where the police were making a rai...
  4344. ...ted.” Scene : Big Isisford (Q.) shearing station. Chinese cook calls on boss and “gives notice” thus:—“Miss...
  4345. ...a ; a Malay, who preferred the Koran; and several Chinese, who blew out matches. At Geraldton, where there ...
  4346. ..., where there is a motley population of Javanese, Chinese and Malays, Miss Margaret Lyons, sister of the Ge...
  4347. ...Reformatory Schools. Nothing has been done to the Chinese husband, nor has the “ parson ” been arrested for...
  4348. ...ng, it would appear, one of the few really decent Chinese- Japanese occupants of the city, and a smoky supp...
  4349. ...r, act created during the reign- of Charles 11. a Chinese named Ah Quio was sued - at the District Court fo...
  4350. ...ch had been festooned with ferns and adorned with Chinese lanterns and banners. The banners bore in parti-c...
  4351. ...-going, broad-beamed race built on the lines of a Chinese junk, and are about the only nation which thinks ...
  4352. .... Similarly the Imperial authorities of the great Chinese Empire have but faintly objected to their subject...
  4353. ...o has “consented ” to allow Australia to restrict Chinese immigration ; the “ consent ” of that crowned sha...
  4354. ...tesimal degree, a “fellow-subject.” The “Imperial Chinese authorities ” can’t object with any show of reaso...
  4355. ...astly more im- portant—they are not aliens in the Chinese and Afghan sense. In reasonable numbers they can ...
  4356. ...will render it impossible to introduce coolies or Chinese without a civil war, and thus the syndicators wil...
  4357. ...nery also reflects credit upon somebody, and “The Chinese Question ” rounds off a huge financial success. A...
  4358. ...mmunity 7s. and Bs. a week. We won’t be ruined by Chinese cheap labour while such heroes flourish. The bank...
  4359. ...” Latter-day theology is evidently tending to the Chinese belief that God is good and the devil not at all ...
  4360. ...e than the bruiser, I would say that probably the Chinese hawker is superior to both. The average Chow whos...
  4361. ...000 natives and half- castes, the remainder being Chinese, Japanese, and mongrel Portuguese. Of pure Americ...
  4362. ...ke the trouble to. vote one way or the other. The Chinese goose has served up sauce for the Yankee gander, ...
  4363. ...as served up sauce for the Yankee gander, and the Chinese Government now requires that Americans in China m...
  4364. ... l * (Kr« **W(? 4 c >■ f M, l a /\ ,1 .^f-v 6 THE CHINESE SQUADRON. News was received from the East by the ...
  4365. ... East by the steamer Menmuir on Saturday that the Chinese squadron had. reached Singapore, and that two of ...
  4366. ...ented at Bairnsdale, Vie. Most of the hotels have Chinese cooks, one a Japanese billiard- marker, and Chine...
  4367. ...inese cooks, one a Japanese billiard- marker, and Chinese are much employed all round the district. The hop...
  4368. ...screed, discovered on the back thereof three tiny Chinese characters, of which—so far had English displaced...
  4369. ...lice sub-inspector went round the New South Wales Chinese camps with the strict Q.T., and made eleven recom...
  4370. ...or shows this when he says in one breath that all Chinese smoke opium, and, in the next, that the New South...
  4371. ...opium, and, in the next, that the New South Wales Chinese, with few exceptions, deserve the character of be...
  4372. ...pium imported from India is far too dear for most Chinese consumers, and most of the opium used in China is...
  4373. ..., and most of the opium used in China is grown on Chinese soil. Victoria, the capital of Hongkong, has a po...
  4374. ...f you could succeed in taking away opium from the Chinese they would find a worse substitute. But in Austra...
  4375. ...h Wales would be to raise the price, and make the Chinese poorer for the benefit of their Queensland and Vi...
  4376. ...ests all vice, immorality and corruption with the Chinese, he talks deplorable nonsense. If with every thou...
  4377. ... deplorable nonsense. If with every thousand male Chinese landed in Australia comes but one Chinese woman, ...
  4378. ...nd male Chinese landed in Australia comes but one Chinese woman, the demoralisation of European women fol- ...
  4379. ...to cure, and suppress, in place of the opium, the Chinese who use the opium, The Bulletin will back them up...
  4380. ... knowing that, in spite of individual virtue, the Chinese in the mass are what America has long ago found t...
  4381. ...ace-edged knickerbockers with- out looking like a Chinese scarecrow, and the only thing which makes me doub...
  4382. ...ht expect to hear that crash of crockery in “ The Chinese Question. But it is possible that Maggie Moore wi...
  4383. ...rty. Nor can he for £l5O a year. About a thousand Chinese, farming 5000 acres, are settled on the Herbert, ...
  4384. ...the Herbert, N.Q. Rents from £1 per acre upwards. Chinese sampans on the river; Chinese costumes in the fie...
  4385. ...1 per acre upwards. Chinese sampans on the river; Chinese costumes in the field by day ; tom-toms and opium...
  4386. ...hat some Sydney policemen last raided a miserable Chinese fan-tan shop. Gov. Dull had “to dinner ” several ...
  4387. ...tions of one of these guests would buy up ail the Chinese gambling-dens in the Sydney metropolitan area. * ...
  4388. ...m brothel to gutter-ways, from gutter-ways to the Chinese opium-den, which even the Social Gimletesses reco...
  4389. ...ret of the family is hog, nevertheless. Here is a Chinese anecdote fit to keep company with that hideous Bu...
  4390. ...t they could grow vegetables quite as well as any Chinese; but they also found that when they offered them ...
  4391. ...n point, instanced the fact that in Melbourne the Chinese were gradually but effectively acquiring a mono- ...
  4392. ... out on the river flat. But it was granted to the Chinese, when in a similar predicament two years ago. Aus...
  4393. ...ddress): You say that a N.S.W. Minister employs a Chinese workman at 3s. a day at the expense of a white ma...
  4394. ...our is of the worst description in all Australia— Chinese, Japanese, Malay, Indian, Manila men, half-castes...
  4395. ...e Monarch went on to Singapore, shipped about 200 Chinese passengers for Sydney, and caught fire on the ret...
  4396. ...omething in Malay you want, no doubt; or is it in Chinese?” The woman recovered her arrogance. “ Non- sense...
  4397. ...unt in yours of last week, preferred to deal with Chinese vegetable-vendors is that, compared to the averag...
  4398. ...ahead.” “Fame’s illegitimate sister—Notoriety.” A Chinese doctor has screwed on his brass plate in Melb., w...
  4399. ...on another trip to China, He is already a sort of Chinese C.M.G., and hopes to return a Privy Councillor. T...
  4400. ...ing and well-turned letter of . Bill Sikes, aneut Chinese v. “ White ” vegetable hawkers, one is disposed t...
  4401. ... belledom is already scanning the horizon for the Chinese Admiral and his war-junks which are understood to...
  4402. ... by Rudyard Kipling.”— Snell. Kong Sing, son of a Chinese storekeeper at Inverell (N.S. W.), is articled cl...
  4403. ...Anglican clergyman in Sydney is Rev. Soo Hoo Ten (Chinese), who is the very apotheosis of a courtly curate....
  4404. ...derable distance ahead. In 1892, it was said, 200 Chinese crossed the Q. border at Camooweal. This year it ...
  4405. ...ovt., unbiassed by racial prejudice, suspends the Chinese Restriction Act, while the police receive, feed a...
  4406. ...among his leprous kin. Port Darwin is a veritable Chinese-castor. The Eight Hours’ banquet in Melbourne is ...
  4407. ...n given of iromut —the sleep-drug of the Kini ’’ (Chinese). “ Come with me to the cage and I will show thee...
  4408. ...h Mouy is full-blooded, and son of the Melb. boss Chinese who inherited 1 Kong Meng’s position. His two sis...
  4409. ...c, six million Chinamen go to sheol annually. The Chinese are a very, very old nation, which seems to have ...
  4410. ... “ meatless bones.” • * * There are now two rival Chinese churches in Little Bourke-street, Melb. Anglican ...
  4411. ... full of corn. He was going to sell the corn to a Chinese neighbour, and explained that, with a few acres o...
  4412. ... usually humble variety of artisan, or to wed the Chinese vegetable-JoiiN. Therefore, no one takes to the w...
  4413. ...oloured labour ; not to allow the introduction of Chinese ; not to pay the survey fees of the transcontinen...
  4414. ..., ™ oul i\! lg “ Up ff uard s and at ’em!” to the Chinese at Marathon Maori: Civil servants excluded from t...
  4415. ...de at Singa- pore, where officers are working for Chinese employers fft £5 to £7 10j. a month, and “ one ce...
  4416. ...iasm up to concert-pitch. There is much noise and Chinese opera about the patriotic fantasia, but it has ve...
  4417. ...le- ment, Mildura can give points to Maine. * ♦ * Chinese laundries are rapidly increasing in Melbourne, an...
  4418. ... her white brothers and sisters. Why are there no Chinese laundries in Sydney ? And why do they sell apples...
  4419. ... a relief! plain A. Cook (Britisher); Ah Sam War (Chinese tea-merchant) • J oseph Arrob (Syrian fancy-goods...
  4420. ... Chief Justiceship. Ltttg. Ali Mouy,JDfelbourne’3 Chinese soli- citor*'wears his pigtail down his back unde...
  4421. ...hat rot-gut poison is being sold on Wyalong ! The Chinese Mission Hall is now in full swing in Little Bourk...
  4422. ... of a sock.” , Dear Bulletin, —Thorfe are several Chinese laundries in Sydney. Ify ou want ocular demon- st...
  4423. ...zabeth, Gpulburn, Liver- fool,- and such streets. Chinese laundries ? Well, should smile I—]F.1 —]F. The mo...
  4424. ...pon a time, to settle a fight between Kanakas and Chinese. He armed himself with a heavy hunting-crop, stuf...
  4425. ...for gold in Victoria. Of these, 2143 were held by Chinese. * * * * Victoria’s total gold output from ’5l, t...
  4426. ... a bank up North charges 5 per cent, exchange (to Chinese and the like) on gold ? • ♦ * » Up to now South A...
  4427. ...is, he deliberately applied a thou- sand-year-old Chinese formula. Then he answered in Malay, “Of your mile...
  4428. ...uvial miners in that province are Chinamen. Where Chinese miners are employed along- side whites they work ...
  4429. ...nd his dirty window-curtains, and the view of the Chinese emporium from his front window. Therefore, Magist...
  4430. ...t Sydney Town Hall, and promises to go off like a Chinese fire- cracker. Among a batch of new music which I...
  4431. ...n aristocratic and close-fisted stranger gave the Chinese cook six hares to skin and clean. When they were ...
  4432. ...momal, &c.” “Etcetera” covers a multitude of sins Chinese laundriesare taking possession of Ade- -1 tide wa...
  4433. ...allel would be something like this: “Cow Fat, the Chinese sent to the lazarette last week, has, we hear, em...
  4434. ... there are 7100 male and 700 female Kanakas, 8200 Chinese, and 2000 Japs Javanese, and Cingalese. There is ...
  4435. ...aratively easy to arrive at. They have no Kanaka, Chinese, or other race problems of a serious character. A...
  4436. ...lway policy of Queensland and Westra- lia, on the Chinese influx of Port Darwin, on the M‘ll wraith immigra...
  4437. ... loftily at the religious darkness of the heathen Chinese at Hongkong, who (so a cable says) tried to scare...
  4438. ...ilated Chows” is to be found in the fact that the Chinese don’t believe in knife- operations of any kind. I...
  4439. ...at he was saying. He was half aboriginal and half Chinese, and was a boundary rider. Mr. Tan recalls a Fren...
  4440. ...eglected child. His father sold him for ,£lO to a Chinese brothel-keeper named Ah Kitt;_ and a legal deed w...
  4441. ...minent firms in the furni- ture-trade. A suite of Chinese-made furniture is sent to a white furniture-maker...
  4442. ... Celestial production. This having been done, the Chinese cabinet-makers are kept busily going with orders ...
  4443. ...o wants furniture made by white labour. Since the Chinese work at starvation rates, about 16 hours a day, a...
  4444. ... the day when Maoriland is finally annexed by the Chinese, they will find the coppers all ready to be hande...
  4445. ...■'to bring in a bill I to doulile the poll-tax on Chinese, and to place similar capita- tion restrictions o...
  4446. ...asm in the Treasury. And New South Wales lets the Chinese smuggle him- self into its territory with a vacan...
  4447. ...as firmly believed in the far north : —Act I.—The Chinese discover a leprous brother and hurl him forth int...
  4448. ...e Rev. Soo Hoo Ten, as a result of whose zeal 100 Chinese had been baptised, many confirmed, and 25 had bec...
  4449. ...theme allotted to the unfortunate president was “ Chinese Meta- physics.” But he grasped it manfully. Prefa...
  4450. ...ck, I would die before I would submit myself to a Chinese doctor .” Australia for the Australians ! Whoop !...
  4451. ...ressive when he gets the upper hand. When the big Chinese rush to the Palmer set in, about 1880, and there ...
  4452. ...he Palmer set in, about 1880, and there were 7000 Chinese to about 300 Europeans, the proud white was told ...
  4453. ...ew years ago, all the stores were in the hands of Chinese, and a drover, want- ing a bit of meat, overheard...
  4454. ...tion and com- pulsory arbitration; prohibition of Chinese and other Asiatic labour and of “ workers under c...
  4455. ...r, suggested that, as the boy was anxious to gain Chinese experience, “ a little transaction in tea ” would...
  4456. ...he biggest spectacles ever seen off the nose of a Chinese shop- keeper. LADY HOPETOUN. Mr. J. R. Fairfax, c...
  4457. ...entioned Government. Cairns Akgus regrets that 50 Chinese gardeners are leaving Cairns for the Herbert to p...
  4458. ...ein. i I | HI IV I lib 111 lyi jjj!| 1 i Jwo more Chinese arrived in Hobson’s Bay yesterday by the steamer ...
  4459. ...arter Chinamen under the tonnage provision of the Chinese Act. One of the celestials happened to be a youth...
  4460. ...eclining to bear unjust obligations than speaking Chinese, so the argument may be neglected. One thing is v...
  4461. ...nd it might go hard with our infant republic. The Chinese make good soldiers, though they seem averse to wa...
  4462. ...of money. The wealth of Australia already excites Chinese cupidity ; and the sacrifice of a few million liv...
  4463. ...rovinceis the easiest thing in the world. Already Chinese control the mines and agricul- ture of the Palmer...
  4464. ... commerce and shipping. At the census of 1891 the Chinese mustered more than three times the number of Euro...
  4465. ...s. For all practical purposes, the community is a Chinese community with a sprinkling of whites. * * * That...
  4466. ...Musgrave, and the importation of Coolies and more Chinese by the thousand as a first step to exploitation o...
  4467. ...ve been made to carry it into effect. Already the Chinese have worn a track from Port Darwin to every pro- ...
  4468. ...nce of the group, easily evading the poll- taxes. Chinese junks land upon the Northern coast passengers by ...
  4469. ...foreign-trade Government logi- cally continue the Chinese poll-tax? If so, why so? If not, where does princ...
  4470. ... Sun- day to petition the Cardinal to send them a Chinese priest who could' live on rice and water. • # * H...
  4471. ...deal of energy in the people." As for energy, the Chinese are the greatest gamblers on earth—and, as a race...
  4472. ...f Victoria. huge joke to anyone who knows how the Chinese secret societies enforce their edicts in countrie...
  4473. ...not so had),.., Boko Tommy : “ Who patronises the Chinese ?” Whodoesn’t? . U.B. : D T.D. : The yarn about t...
  4474. ...in the dim lamp-light—but a shadow with a kris! A Chinese house is never short of weapons-jars and vases wi...
  4475. ...es as at Ist January, ’94, disabled by law— viz., Chinese, 12,200 ; other aliens, 20,400 ; lunatics, 1834 ;...
  4476. ...me variety of logic, if the £lOO poll-tax on each Chinese immigrant were abolished, and 10,000 Chows arrive...
  4477. ... army must be ! A St. Kilda man, much bothered by Chinese and Afghan hawkers, has caused a genuine sensatio...
  4478. ... many cases, by prison labour, and to help on the Chinese manufacturers of Chicago, gave notice of their in...
  4479. ...he Botanical Gardens by the hair, but didn’t. The Chinese Mint does not assay its metal. It just chances it...
  4480. ...ker-out. Another M.L.A. told a weird tale about a Chinese fight in the bygone days at Clunes, Frank Madden ...
  4481. ...aring that they could get together in Australia a Chinese contingent of at least 2000. ! '' - Pfouef tfh Vt...
  4482. ...virginibus puerisque /”—A.M. Quong Tart, Sydney’s Chinese restaura- teur, last week sent out cards for “ ’i...
  4483. ...country isn’t educated up to the mysteries ot tne Chinese joke .. .Percy Fowler: Two such poems as yours wo...
  4484. ...ng-out to work alluvial. Many puddling- machines, Chinese and other cradles, sluioe-boxes, and every other ...
  4485. ...ralia is an absurd waste of money.—R. * • • « The Chinese are slowly but surely getting a big hold of the S...
  4486. ...ICTOR J. DALEY. One of the features of the recent Chinese plague was, according to the Hongkong Tele- gkaph...
  4487. ...railways, and all the Northern Territory may be a Chinese province, and half North Queensland may be a pieb...
  4488. ...ct/s&/77y ft-s-jarfrej yy IZkfop " s 4y tf To The Chinese Governor of the Island of onnosa has offered rewa...
  4489. ... the heads of Japanese officers and soldiers. The Chinese propose to raise a loan of i £10,000,000 in Londo...
  4490. ...and fruit-shops, 39 are run by Greeks. Unlike the Chinese, who, with characteristic reserve, refrain from f...
  4491. ...rs, hasdimin- ished' from 1022 to 471, whilst the Chinese cabinet- makers have only dropped from 320 to 200...
  4492. ...uction at the highest known price.”—Ex. , , , The Chinese name for Australia means “The New Gold Mine.” By ...
  4493. ...astyearemployed inminingabout6oEuropeans and 1000 Chinese. The latter raised 22,2560 z. of gold (£76,476) a...
  4494. ...and the bereaved shop- h°'vj ° ~ife d down to the Chinese quarters and bought „ Chinese stock to the unspea...
  4495. ... ~ife d down to the Chinese quarters and bought „ Chinese stock to the unspeakable disgust of John °u fc „ ...
  4496. ...e facts a few hours afterwards, that the Northern Chinese are arranging for a Bum .ation of the Parliamenta...
  4497. ...irst of all comes a permanent ill-feeling between Chinese and Japanese, who have a rooted dislike of one an...
  4498. ...d his brutal murder in Shanghai, winked at by the Chinese Government. Sixth, Japan is afraid, not without r...
  4499. ...knows exactly what China’s is worth. Aus- tralian Chinese take a different view. They rather like the idea ...
  4500. ...our fatalist is an awkward soldier to handle. The Chinese troops in Corea have none of the “medical comfort...
  4501. ...sh editor who runs his paper with his feet Bosco: Chinese item stale J.W.C.: We like originality, so here g...
  4502. ...ed parliamentary candidates seek consolation at a Chinese tea-p.irty... M’L. : An impossible drawing... ,C....
  4503. ...s urging the appointment, for trade reasons, of a Chinese representative at Sydney, and recommends Quong Ta...
  4504. ...ion. Quong Tart won’t do. When Aus- tralia gets a Chinese Minister, he must have a shiny moon-face and a pi...
  4505. ...dering verse.. .Otiosus: Crude Areka: Poem like a Chinese interpreter coughing through a spelling-book H.0....
  4506. ...s. Made in London. Apropos of the tendency of the Chinese to leprosy, the power of the race-factor in disea...
  4507. ...it should be. Here are a few points. Although the Chinese are very subject to leprosy, they withstand consu...
  4508. ...’s constituency. The other day they interviewed a Chinese elector, and after paying a few insidious complim...
  4509. ...y. Inaugural Productions: “STRUCK OIL,” AND “ THE CHINESE QUESTION.” Prices—3s., 25., Is. 6d., and One Shil...
  4510. ...e lascivious Celestial. They may seek to save the Chinese soul, but (as shown by American social experience...
  4511. ...Richard Stewart especially, is satisfactory. The “Chinese Question,” which comes in at the end, enables thi...
  4512. ...ladies are eloquent, but this lady is eloquent in Chinese. And John rolls up from the opium-den in full for...
  4513. ...IqJUONG Yiok Wah 80, the newly-established Sydney Chinese paper : 1 LOST LIGHT. (FOR THE BULLETIN) In starl...
  4514. .... Inaugural Productions: ‘STRUCK Oil-,” AND “ THE CHINESE QUESTION .” Prices—Bs., 25., Is. 6d., and One Shi...
  4515. ...gbong Express for his inimitable rendering of the Chinese character-song, “ Hi, yah, yah ; sing, sing, sing...
  4516. ...ST NIGHTS I LAST NIGHTS' “struck: oil,” AND “ THE CHINESE QUESTION" Tn T fh^ GllT ’ TI JURSDAY, Grand Ameri...
  4517. ...nterests and provincial independence. Cabled that Chinese commerce flies to neutral flags. Just as that of ...
  4518. ...ch ho eulogises General Tso, the commander of the Chinese forces, who was killed in the battle of Ping-yang...
  4519. ... the premises were deco- rated with streamers and Chinese mottoes. Amid the general hysterics a large num- ...
  4520. ...e pleasant billets in the islands, and reaves the Chinese vineyard, as much as possible, to the lady discip...
  4521. ...their visitors in a mixed dialect of blackfellow, Chinese, and stage French. The climax was reached when th...
  4522. ...phere. Russian will spread over a moiety of Asia. Chinese, Malay, Arabic, will divide among themselves the ...
  4523. ...its most clubable members were priests. * * * The Chinese, not con- tent with getting a big grip on the Syd...
  4524. ...phere. Russian will spread over a moiety of Asia. Chinese, Malay, Arabic, will divide among themselves the ...
  4525. ...o clear Kennion’s way to Bath. Li Hung Chang, the Chinese viceroy who has been moulting so rapidly of late,...
  4526. ...metre. It smashes up the General Gordon theory of Chinese domination, whilst vindicating The Bulletin doctr...
  4527. ...ng the least of its offences? — Dio- genes. - The Chinese Government has found that most of its vast supply...
  4528. ...l, Willis ; thus editor Yuck See, of our esteemed Chinese contem- porary, the Quong Yick Wah Bo (Sydney) Na...
  4529. ...nces, and, after throwing out the French, German, Chinese and English creditor, they settled down hard on t...
  4530. ...sia. Wall Fat, 83 years old, long a paid Wesleyan Chinese missionary in Melbourne, is dead. Such men encoun...
  4531. ...ftain. It is quite on the cards that the unwieldy Chinese empire may go down before Japan as Persia went do...
  4532. ...s there were constructed on his legs. ♦ ♦ * * The Chinese vegetable-man has a bad time just now. Nearly eve...
  4533. ...ge of the items you must be contemporary with the Chinese empire.....G.G.: “ Mighty spot of mud in a misty ...
  4534. ... Maoriland. The bill further limits the number of Chinese and other Asiatics to be imported to one for ever...
  4535. ...n, of the well-known sporting family. Pee Yung, a Chinese storekeeper who got .£5OO compensation for the de...
  4536. ... better eating than the ’possum. # # , Queensland Chinese profess to entirely disbelieve European cables re...
  4537. ...n Sun, this manoeuvre is most embarrassing to the Chinese, who, being a very gallant nation, cannot bring t...
  4538. ...* A prominent Brisbane journal said lately : “The Chinese are always careful to get their bones conveyed by...
  4539. ...i This is a common and erroneous belief. The rich Chinese of Java, the Babas, are always buried in Javanese...
  4540. ...ies be J n f to European merchants There are many Chinese wholesale merchants in Maonland, but not one of t...
  4541. ...anch of the human family, which includes Tartars, Chinese, Japanese, Turks, Esquimaux, and others. Probably...
  4542. ...and though they utterly crushed all the force the Chinese could bring against them, and took the capital, t...
  4543. ...olicitor in N.S.W, will be Mr. Kong Sing, a young Chinese, chiefly educated at Newington College, Sydney. M...
  4544. ...hee, the 16-year-old daughter of a Tumut (N.S.W.) Chinese merchant, passed the recent Trinity College music...
  4545. ...a procession of inebriated crabs wandering over a Chinese picture. To all appearance the discussion gets no...
  4546. ...st.,Melbourne. An American paper tells a story of Chinese justice. A Yankee trader had roamed into the inte...
  4547. ...ssing on him that foreigners aren’t wanted in the Chinese interior.   PULVERMACHER’S WORLD-FAMED C3--A.LA7-...
  4548. ...Your Name on You Bundle. Dear Bulletin, —Piloting Chinese over the N.S.W. border has become a regular indus...
  4549. ...ghout Riverina and elsewhere in N.S.W. is done by Chinese —even to shearing and wool-scouring. Chinese now ...
  4550. ...e by Chinese —even to shearing and wool-scouring. Chinese now monopolise the Vic. cabinet-making industry; ...
  4551. ...en greedy enough to employ them. There is a large Chinese camp at Wahgunyah with six stores, and most of th...
  4552. ...clearing in N.S. Wales. They are allowed to bring Chinese over the border, under promise to return them; bu...
  4553. ...ther day that Europeans “ always refuse to engage Chinese converts to Christianity as servants, “because th...
  4554. ... Japan thinks of taking, by way of indemnity, the Chinese ironclad fleet, <£100,000,000, and the island of ...
  4555. ... This, if it comes off, ought to about finish the Chinese bogy. China has lost Burmah, Annam, Ton- quin, Si...
  4556. ...Hongkong, Corea, and great slabs of Manchuria and Chinese Tartary, all within half a century, so that, in p...
  4557. ...Morrah, that makes Home Rule almost impossible. A Chinese opera co. is now travelling in N.. Queensland. Ev...
  4558. ... inability to distinguish which from t’other. The Chinese, however, are highly delighted ; and the R. S. Sm...
  4559. ... of the province. Way Lee, wealthiest of Adelaide Chinese, looked in at a daily newspaper-office, the other...
  4560. ..., the other evening, to supply a paragraph re the Chinese New Year. “ You come down night—all boy like clac...
  4561. ..., to establish a hierarchy in China. What price a Chinese Kyardinal furyiii^sfa^ |(j U lMlj It Hji kIWOUt ,...
  4562. ...aspect of i the woman question is practically the Chinese oheap- labor question over again. When women comp...
  4563. ...her clever artificers. Besides, why can’t we hire Chinese to fight for us ? Dear Bulletin, —Be the statemen...
  4564. ...lf- caste ; (5) half-Chinaman, his father being a Chinese cook. These last have been all gathered into the ...
  4565. ...oas). f nii. m nm c o o CD o cr o m m m \\ * P 5 “Chinese Mary . ” A STORY OF CHRISTIAN CHARITY (FOR THE BU...
  4566. ...ike a stone, and lay w here she fell, 44 Good old Chinese Mary !” yelled the crowd. At this moment a blear-...
  4567. ... Thursday, 1 p. m .—News has been received that a Chinese iron- clad, in trying to avoid torpedoes, ran "tm...
  4568. ... down with leprosy. Tommy Tanna will frequent the Chinese den and the Celestial bagnio—hence the trouble. T...
  4569. ...lisator. * * ♦ » In the sports of our country the Chinese are not quite “out of it.” Wollongong, N.S.W., po...
  4570. ... xed up by Worth, and every little row of tin-pot Chinese lanterns figures as a vision of Oriental splendor...
  4571. ...ver the world to photograph prize- fights, duels, Chinese executions (especially by the process of cutting ...
  4572. ... tobacco district in Victoria is worked solely by Chinese tenants? Tenants of whom? The answer would possib...
  4573. ...DGER (who has just picked up a copy of the Sydney Chinese newspaper) : “ Well, hang me if that ain't the bi...
  4574. ...aper) : “ Well, hang me if that ain't the biggest Chinese lottery-ticket I ever did see I ” The coalition !...
  4575. ...A. Govt, voted against James’ proposal to exclude Chinese and Asiatics from goldfields ; and also against t...
  4576. ...me member’s bill to prevent the naturalisation of Chinese. Their faces are white, but their hearts are yell...
  4577. ...e ground that he was acting in the service of the Chinese.” The Japs are not so civilised as the Turks. Dur...
  4578. ...e see now what is here ?” he said to himself. “No Chinese thieves do I want so close to my borders !” It wa...
  4579. ...ly, and perspiring. Beside him lay a chunkal —the Chinese spade-hoe—and at his feet a little surface of bla...
  4580. ...The China- men again !” was the cry, and even the Chinese “organ” lent its pipe to the weary old Press- fan...
  4581. ...o, for their part —having oracularly pronounced “ Chinese gang-robbers ! ’’—were apparently in- capable of ...
  4582. ...weetman unlocked the door, went out, and gave his Chinese butler cer- tain orders, with the result that, wh...
  4583. ...ttle children, na- tive nurses, Malay porters and Chinese traders, fare- wells, wel- comes, objurgations an...
  4584. ...er to the police. Thus the cable : Nov. 24th.—The Chinese fought gallantly, and re. fused to accept quarter...
  4585. ...to accept quarter. The Japanese lost heavily. The Chinese army occupy- ing Port Arthur, estimated to number...
  4586. ... on Port Arthur, the Ja- panese lost 250, and the Chinese between 1000 and 2000 men. . . Many of the guns w...
  4587. ...d 2000 men. . . Many of the guns were loaded, the Chinese having fled with- out firing them. Th" Chinese of...
  4588. ...he Chinese having fled with- out firing them. Th" Chinese officers led the flight. Which yarn is true? Prob...
  4589. ...ps, amocryphal, of an English sailor taken in the Chinese war, and ordered to kow-toW before a bedizened ma...
  4590. ... Australia’s bogey has changed its mask, and from Chinese become Japanese. The incidents of the current war...
  4591. ...e mass of popular opinion—the conclusion that the Chinese are not a fighting race, that they are not united...
  4592. ... any organised effort for the common benefit. The Chinese scare is over; but it looks as if soon, with much...
  4593. .... Six big Cobar (N..S-W.) policemen rounded up 29 Chinese, the other evening, and marched them safely to th...
  4594. ...more humane than the old Vic. method of tying the Chinese to- gether in pairs, queue by queue, and then bin...
  4595. ...out the funniest tug-of-war on record was between Chinese and Hindoos, on the closing night of the St. Patr...
  4596. ...ck’s Gamble at Melb. Exhibi- tion. At the start a Chinese-cwm-Hindoo equiva- lent for a ringing cheer went ...
  4597. ... has the following, by an English engineer on the Chinese cruiser Yang-Wai, re the treatment of those disab...
  4598. ...- ford-street, Sydney’s Seven Dials, the resident Chinese subscribed .£4OO. # • * Anglican children have ha...
  4599. ...nd a civil-servants mass meeting I would choose a Chinese opera.—O. Messrs. Hosking, T. S. Henry, and half-...
  4600. ...liation. Then I stood astonished ; for the girl—a Chinese girl, on the porch-top of a Chinese house—called ...
  4601. ...or the girl—a Chinese girl, on the porch-top of a Chinese house—called out in unexceptionable English—“ I’m...
  4602. ...cal little clumpy slippers, there was nothing un- Chinese about her but her speech. The flower- pot, I read...
  4603. ...placed empty and mouth-outwards on the porch of a Chinese house—proclaimed to all Mongolian bachelors the h...
  4604. ...ctured screens; fantastically gorgeous porcelain —Chinese enough, all this; and yet—this girl’s talk— “ Now...
  4605.  
  4606. 1895
  4607. ...Sydney Tele- graph to prove that the exclusion of Chinese from N.S. Wales by the poll-tax has not really be...
  4608. ...h declares that, in the 11 years, 1878-88, 29,310 Chinese came into N.S. Wales, while in the five subsequen...
  4609. ...he steamboat companies lost when their traffic in Chinese was knocked on the head. Every Free-traitor would...
  4610. ...s—a tin-opener and waterbag. logician that if the Chinese in China are the people who take our silver, then...
  4611. ...ke our silver, then, on his own showing, the more Chinese we bring to Aus- tralia the fewer there will be l...
  4612. ...hink that it obviously pays us better to keep the Chinese at a distance as customers for our silver than to...
  4613. ...n of Oily Deering in the royal dressing-gown of a Chinese emperor, several other people, and a battalion of...
  4614. ...are tolerably long and frequent, and the light of Chinese lanterns is shed upon sundry feasts at which refr...
  4615. ...overnor of N.S. W. laying the , corner-stone of a Chinese joss-house. A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE—OR THE FUT...
  4616. ...recommendations . Blue Something or Other (Tas.): Chinese obscenity declined. Send it to somebody like your...
  4617. ...cretary had made a bold sketch, in blue ink, of a Chinese washing-bill, and then sat down on it absent-mind...
  4618. ...o the knowing and unscrupulous.—G. * * * • Sydney Chinese, in transmitting , money to China, don’t, as a ru...
  4619. ... ken ! It is stated that the solitary Sydney 0.8. Chinese clergyman was so impoverished lately that he obta...
  4620. ...on of adjournment against him, and blew up like a Chinese cracker, he started out in his excite- ment to de...
  4621. ...ent on passing events. A Caledonian minion of the Chinese Emperor plays a more useful part in the business ...
  4622. ... won’t do. “ Gone bung ” means “burst up.” When a Chinese cracker bursts it “ goes bung ! ! !” “ Push ” is ...
  4623. ... to do under the circumstances is to bolt, like a Chinese army, after the first defeat, and leave the count...
  4624. ...the letters unread to Norway. It is stated that a Chinese Hill End (N.S.W.) doctor has successfully treated...
  4625. ..., he was advised to return to Hill End. There the Chinese doctor visited him and applied a poultice to his ...
  4626. ...elty, nevertheless. George Rignold recognised the Chinese New Year by hanging on his outward walls a pink p...
  4627. ...essional basso-prof undo. Hun Kum Tiy, the Sydney Chinese raer- chant, was a non-commissioned officer under...
  4628. ...raer- chant, was a non-commissioned officer under Chinese ” Gordon. George Collins Levey has made a fiasco ...
  4629. ...ohnson, the translator on the staff of the Sydney Chinese newspaper, is a native of Hongkong, but was educa...
  4630. ... indiscreet. THE BARD. Chow clients of the Sydney Chinese journal are cute. Many, when ordering the paper, ...
  4631. ...are cute. Many, when ordering the paper, write in Chinese, and put a Id. stamp on the en- velope, leaving t...
  4632. ...c insurrection in Sidney harbour, combined with a Chinese inva- sion and various other circumstances. The e...
  4633. ...er ben. at the Opera House, gave a bangle made of Chinese lucky-stone to Clifford Ferley, who had worked en...
  4634. ...he Great Amalgamated Army of Boomsters. •** • * A Chinese claim at Port Darwin (where nine claims in ten ar...
  4635. ...laim at Port Darwin (where nine claims in ten are Chinese) has had a Xmas crushing of 11 tons, 2640 z. Last...
  4636. ...n alone for the last eighteen months. » ♦ * • The Chinese storekeepers in theN.S.W. country districts are b...
  4637. ...ulletin. “Most of the old claims have fallen into Chinese hands. Many Europeans applied months ago for work...
  4638. ...that Govt, would employ all Europeans in place of Chinese after Ist July of this year ; but, up to now, a n...
  4639. ... Gibbons and for the diffusion of knowledge about Chinese lies passes comprehen- sion.   sdf Butchers’ Prod...
  4640. ...in Russia. A Maoriland paper notices that all the Chinese generals have the initial name of Li from Li Hung...
  4641. ...quick. The late Kong Meng, of Melb., was the only Chinese squatter in Austra- lia. Perak, his station, is a...
  4642. ...an thus : “ We have been unable to get rid of the Chinese market-gardener, simply because women prefer a Ch...
  4643. ... her superior huckstering ability; and likes the “Chinese nuts,” and the stray banana that he gives to the ...
  4644. ...ristmas- box. Ugh ! Woman is at the bottom of the Chinese agony in Australia. Will the “New Woman ” mend th...
  4645. ...ising in shape.” * # A large number of half- bred Chinese children attend Brisbane Normal School. Queenslan...
  4646. ...t be a humorless person. Anybody who ever heard a Chinese opera would prefer it to a meeting of civil serva...
  4647. ... . . come dimly with rushing of wings.” ....J.8.: Chinese inadmissible; not much, anyhow,... M.L.: Hardly e...
  4648. ...ur illustrated catalogue, posted free. The Anti - Chinese Vegetable Supply Co, OFFERS to Persons with Small...
  4649. ...they can grow. Apply to the Secretary of the AMTI-CHINESE VEGETABLE SUPPLY Co. Equitable Buildings, George-...
  4650. ...mark when trading, at Amboyna. At all events, the Chinese who bought the spirits complained that many of th...
  4651. ...and yet I haven’t heard of any special orders for Chinese lanterns. H.R.H. Prince Joseph of Battenberg arri...
  4652. ... had “Wance passed through Ballymena.” One day, a Chinese cook, seeking employment, exclaimed, when all els...
  4653. ...holesale European vendor. Go to the.suburbs where Chinese gardens abound, and the European retailer, if hon...
  4654. ...ransacts FIRE insurance business ONLY. The Anti - Chinese Vegetable Supply Co, OFFERS to Persons with Small...
  4655. ...they can grow. Apply to the Secretary of the ANTI-CHINESE VEGETABLE SUPPLY Co. Equitable Buildings, George-...
  4656. ...the ordinary shipments by banks, shipping agents, Chinese merchants, and so on, are accounted for among the...
  4657. ...e a Russian horde he’s not afraid, And to smash a Chinese army ma 3» be trusted, But he dreads to meet a sa...
  4658. ... we done to deserve this insult? E.P. : John, for Chinese, is possibly from Chang, pro- nounced Jong... Hug...
  4659. ...- self.—“ Ole Bill.” • * # At Killarney (Q.), the Chinese laborers are being ruined by European cheap labor...
  4660. ...n cheap labor. White boys are picking tobacco for Chinese growers at 6s. per week. John says: “Welly good E...
  4661. ...ble cancer subject, has been so far relieved by a Chinese doctor at Hillend as to seem cured. However, the ...
  4662. ...h the mills at their disposal.—■ Zadig. # • * The Chinese laundries do such a roaring trade in Melbourne an...
  4663. ...y, the other day, hung out his shingle, “ On Lee, Chinese Laundry, manager. J, Smith.” The Theosophical mag...
  4664. ... off ancient copies on the unsuspecting. The Anti-Chinese Vegetable Supply Com- pany has been instituted fo...
  4665. ...s-work.— Vosnibara. •"* • • Editor Bulletin, —The Chinese furniture--makeF when he sells his biz., sells th...
  4666. ...Christchurch (M.L.) has a smaller propor- tion of Chinese than any other Australasian city. But the fruit-t...
  4667. ...empt was lately made by a syndicate of Wellington Chinese to obtain a footing in Christchurch. A shop was q...
  4668. ...getables) surrepti- tiously buy supplies from the Chinese gardeners. • # » The two Melbourne morning papers...
  4669. ...ear B deletin', —The reason why woman prefer the “Chinese market gardener” to the “European vendor,” is sim...
  4670. ... on, too. One Judge, especially, in scarlet (like Chinese mourning) has a bad figure for a skirt; faced wit...
  4671. ...ALWAYS TELLY.' M R. SMALL[?]EAD ( English); “ Ha! Chinese , bai Jove! ” LI LONG (Chinese): “Hu-u! Blitish, ...
  4672. ... ( English); “ Ha! Chinese , bai Jove! ” LI LONG (Chinese): “Hu-u! Blitish, I bet!” with his throat cut, bl...
  4673. ...W.C.T.U. publishes on its pro- grammes advts. for Chinese laundries. Rev. W. G. Taylor, a Sydney Wesleyan p...
  4674. ... pirating our In- vention. , . Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlto i Terrace, Wynyard-sqp, Sydney....
  4675. ...ent) pirating our In- vention. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4676. ... early in April. Villiers has been doing the Japo-Chinese war for two London papers and the N.Y. Herald. Th...
  4677. ...art merchants are buying up the visible supply of Chinese tea, calculating that the war and cold season wil...
  4678. ...gh indisposition. Ah To Kong Sing, a bright young Chinese half-caste, has hung out his shingle in Sydney as...
  4679. ...bers would to-morrow vote for a bill for branding Chinese-made furniture. Why shouldn’t a quack-doctor have...
  4680. ...ies. It was Rockhampton that found a Mount Morgan Chinese guilty of homicide on practically no evidence at ...
  4681. ...-impressions, on the Parisian criminal system, of Chinese leaving temporarily, thus checkmating John’s old ...
  4682. ...es have domi- ciled me in the vicinage of married Chinese half- castes. The woman is a desperate toiler. Sh...
  4683. ...U.S.N. Co. s Wharf, BRISBANE. Dr. George On Lee f Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4684. ...ld have discovered it.” * » ♦ • Broken Hill has a Chinese laundry now. Imagine such a thing before the last...
  4685. ...of beer ! * * * Somebody advertised in the Sydney Chinese paper that he had land to lease on the Botany tra...
  4686. ...easier to back seven winners than to mark 10 in a Chinese lottery. The weak spot is not in that, but in the...
  4687. ...A Trial Solicited ** Medical. Dr. George On Lee 9 Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sqt., Sydney....
  4688. ... use Colemane and Sons Eucalypte Special Oil. The Chinese oath as administered in courts of law : Kim yit t...
  4689. ...ir disgusting lethargy in the matter of the local Chinese monopoly of cabinet-mak- ing. About 30 white cabi...
  4690. ... A Trial Solicited ** Medical. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4691. ...herself in as perfect condition as possible for a Chinese girl.” Most of our unappreciated belles want to g...
  4692. ...g Yankee.” • • • • Quong Tart, the popular Sydney Chinese trader, has just become an officer of the local C...
  4693. ...e ballet, to whom such work may be a god- send. A Chinese half-caste girl is making some mark as a Melh. vo...
  4694. ...zing high in air. At last he smiled, took up on a Chinese spade a little heap of red embers, walked quietly...
  4695. ...st few years, chiefly on the labor of a few score Chinese banana-growers ; but latterly the Chinese have le...
  4696. ...w score Chinese banana-growers ; but latterly the Chinese have left in cjuantity, and ruin and desolation s...
  4697. ...SON, 24, Old Bond St., London. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4698. ...SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1895. The Japanese Bogey. The Chinese bogey, which has done so much service in the caus...
  4699. ...e oft-told tales about the days to come, when the Chinese legions will over run the earth, have dropped int...
  4700. ... creates a void. Peace unto its ashes ! • • * The Chinese bogey died about two months ago, and before it wa...
  4701. ...th any- body. She has wiped up (he earth with the Chinese in one or two small disagreements in previous tim...
  4702. ...pecially foolish over it on sundry occasions. The Chinese bogey led a bloated and precarious existence for ...
  4703. ...ca- tions whenever some far-ofl nation scatters & Chinese mob in Corea. Then the Australian s days shall be...
  4704. ...n, and let him make his own ar- rangements. * c • Chinese puzzle. Why did J udge Windeyer endorse the Dean ...
  4705. ...hrippny bits —thrippny bits ! ” SILAS SNELL. “The Chinese Freemasons” advertise their meetings in the Sydne...
  4706. ...reemasons” advertise their meetings in the Sydney Chinese paper. Dear Bulletin, A tight place. One Queen’s ...
  4707. ...e moment as a larrikin in the gutter discharged a Chinese hunger alongside of him.— Ensign. Oscar Wilde up ...
  4708. ...NSON, 24, Old Bond St.,London. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doct.) , 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sqp, Sydney ...
  4709. ...hinery and progress. Trenwith was compared to the Chinese Mandarin who took this objection to a proposed lo...
  4710. ...the Japanese, (lushed with their victory over the Chinese, attempted to swoop down on these shores. Austral...
  4711. ...rths of the carrying trade to the goldfields; and Chinese are out-doing the Europeans at shopkeeping. * * •...
  4712. ...out-doing the Europeans at shopkeeping. * * • The Chinese 'washerman has now almost got into Bourke-st., Me...
  4713. ...GEORGE and BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. The need of a Chinese detective in Sydney is emphasised by the difficul...
  4714. ... a shark on allegories. Speak right out A.: “ The Chinese cook was straining the soup through a sock, and t...
  4715. ...ammars are the Pro crustean beds of language; the Chinese flower-pots which stunt a noble tree. The time sp...
  4716. ...wed, as I trod o’er ground all hollowed To enrich Chinese who wallowed, where white men had heretofore Work...
  4717. ... languish. Then there came that flood of anguish— Chinese from the ports of China surging up upon our shore...
  4718. ...alised—pubs, open, and theatres shut. Apropos the Chinese oath, the favorite story of a "Vic. County Court ...
  4719. ...ON, 24, Old Bond St., London. Dr. George On Lee , Chinese Doctow, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney A...
  4720. ...n’t beat Oolemane and Sons Eucalypte Extract. The Chinese of Sydney, some months ago, collected amongst the...
  4721. ....N.S. Wales. The compositions were forwarded to a Chinese literary society at Hong- kong, and the awards of...
  4722. ...an garden, and it came as a surprise to the local Chinese that a person possessing so much talent should no...
  4723. ...een installed on the literary staff of the Sydney Chinese newspaper, Quong Yik Wah 80. He is perhaps the on...
  4724. ... absolutely hideous as Ko-Ko lie was as ugly as a Chinese paper-knife; but yet he has the impudence when or...
  4725. ...with thanks .. Nebo (Coolgardie): The tale of the Chinese spy who supplied tire Russian Govt, with details ...
  4726. ...inting money tor some years past. Australia has a Chinese squatter ; it also had a full-blooded aboriginal ...
  4727. ...licit spirit. A burglar lately broke into a Melb. Chinese store, and got away with what appeared to be the ...
  4728. ...t, although the same market is partly supplied by Chinese. Unfor- tunately, the Chow’s ramifications are no...
  4729. ...s hold an impregnable position. For instance, the Chinese of Minjip, a Wimmera town, supply customers withi...
  4730. ...r sale any sort of vegetable whatever. Before the Chinese advent two white men were growing vegetables at M...
  4731. ...NSON, 24, Old Bond St.,London. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carltoa Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney- ...
  4732. ...ciple that a shut mouth catches no flies. m * * A Chinese leper has escaped from the lazar-house at Sorrent...
  4733. ...000 acres of land. Most of this has been grown by Chinese, who produce five tons to the Euro- peans’ one. P...
  4734. ...SON, 24, Old Bond St., London. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4735. ...ing the blessings of the Eight-hour system to the Chinese furni- ture-maker—the leper who now works with ha...
  4736. ...Mie Rosette.” Theatre Royal “Struck Oil” and “The Chinese Question." Her Majesty’s “ Shamus O’Brien.” Tivol...
  4737. ...f railways than there is of H. Parkes jumping the Chinese throne Chas. C. (Ch.): Will consider L.E.M.: No g...
  4738. ... should ever tell funny stories about how a blind Chinese mule sent him to grass in one flourish. I liked M...
  4739. ... was specially attracted to was one of a group of Chinese stewards, who had on the most perfectly-cut leg-o...
  4740. ...alings with the white. A digger one day entered a Chinese store with his great boot swung over his shoulder...
  4741. ... May 24, Queen’s Birthday, “STRUCK OIL,” and “THE CHINESE QUESTION.” SATURDAY, June I—“SWEET INNISFAIL.” PO...
  4742. ...es. It is becoming the fashion amongst the Sydney Chinese laundrymen to name their estab- lishments after t...
  4743. ...en to name their estab- lishments after the local Chinese newspaper. There are at least three Qnong Yiok la...
  4744. ...olony ever being flooded by hordes of Japanese or Chinese. A certain proportion of those races will no doub...
  4745. ...k harder than your bush- man .. .0.8. (Prospect): Chinese odes dated 900 8.0. are to be regarded with suspi...
  4746. ...itively Last Two Nights of "STRUCK OIL,” and “THE CHINESE QUESTION.’’ Maggie Moore as Lizzie Stofel & Kitty...
  4747. ...of a fracas at Raratonga between the Japanese and Chinese residents. Three Japs were shot dead and one Chin...
  4748. ...SON, 24, Old Bond St., London. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4749. ...ine, the horrible resemblance of its towns to the Chinese quarter of a decayed goldfield, the gloom of the ...
  4750. ...refully places in the poor-box or gives away to a Chinese mission. # * * A Melb. dame lately appealed to “ ...
  4751. ...S.W., and should be ended without delay. # # # In Chinese laundries it is customary for the Chow, when wett...
  4752. ...ith a cheap and utterly villainous description of Chinese tea. The same paper also complains that the prese...
  4753. ...SON, 24, Oldßond St.,London. J Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctou, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4754. ...er complimenting them on the way they smashed the Chinese, called for cheers for their signal victories. An...
  4755. ...y on earth save N.S. Wales, is a purely nigger or Chinese product with possible leprosy in it. S.A. Nationa...
  4756. ... Bulletin, —Sydney had better get along without a Chinese detective. Melbourne had one—Book Shing—who, for ...
  4757. ...ngols which is essential to the investi- gator of Chinese crime. Unless Sydney can get a Chow content to re...
  4758. ... business man that it would be as well to get his Chinese co-worker’s name before he left, as he might come...
  4759. ...es. It is not generally known that the Australian Chinese have a matri- monial agency in Hongkong, and thav...
  4760. ... Ararat (Vic.), during the periodical raid on the Chinese camp, when the usual Celestials’ concubine is sei...
  4761. ...by Russia’s undertaking to guarantee the imminent Chinese £17,000,000 loan) must strengthen still further t...
  4762. ...or by force, Russia will acquire new territory at Chinese expense. George Higinbotham: Democrat. Professor ...
  4763. ... suave and far more adaptable and docile than the Chinese. He looks upon Queensland as his happy hunting-gr...
  4764. ...t, on “ several ” of his mining pro- perties. The Chinese owners of the Tien Shing mine have netted a littl...
  4765. ...&p ifc*' j e^^‘ ft* ' ,s a*!e*fl'fls' fl$ * ii ■A CHINESE LOTTERY RAID. | THIRTY THREE ARRESTS MADE. dunno ...
  4766. ...licking comic-opera by comparison. * * * A Sydney Chinese labor-office announces that it is prepared to sup...
  4767. ...or-office announces that it is prepared to supply Chinese house- servants, cooks, station-hands, etc., in a...
  4768. ...bourne. ELLIOTT BROS., Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq... Sydney....
  4769. ...e man. # # • A case of international reciprocity. Chinese on the Palmer (N.Q.) mix strychnine with flour, a...
  4770. ... pfeller. In reply, blaekfellows ambush for stray Chinese, head eacii one off, kill him and eat him. Cobhon...
  4771. ...ic De- fender. Steff Cassander : “ Talk about the Chinese living cheaply and doing no good for a place. You...
  4772. ...as a rule, return home, but go in for vegetables, Chinese fashion. Tin y grow all the vegetables at Levuka ...
  4773. ...e arrested down south recently at a police-raided Chinese gambling den. About a dozen others amongst them t...
  4774. ...e of Royal Hotel), PROPRIETOR Dr. Lee, George On. Chinese Doctor, 33 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4775. ...MELBOURNE. [Established 1873.] Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4776. ... to pig-headedness, unreasoning incapacity, and a Chinese condition of mind which makes him in- capable of ...
  4777. ...reen-silk tea- gown, exquisitiyely embroidered by Chinese hands, and there is a whole trayful of real India...
  4778. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4779. ...tralian connection. The ultimate victories of the Chinese Restriction Act and the Marriage with a Deceased ...
  4780. ...e compositors out of work ! What is sauce for the Chinese goose is surely sauce for the typographical gande...
  4781. ...t, Sydney, to secure the finest leaf grown in the Chinese and Indian tea gardens. The tea is packed in 11b....
  4782. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctok, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4783. ...onceited or assertive because they had licked the Chinese, The Uniwise Frogs A LITTLE FABLE Qerhany U.ryv/i...
  4784. ...aven spreads. U # - _ _ . I*, i ■ Townsville (Q.) Chinese now nnd it ciesir- able to advertise that there a...
  4785. ... rate the buffalo will soon be extinct. ♦ • * * A Chinese bookmaker is now in full blast on Flemington flat...
  4786. ... as if he grew two acres himself, ho must get the Chinese to grow six acres. One hundred farmers growing 60...
  4787. ...es. One hundred farmers growing 600 a. tobacco by Chinese will flood the local market and reduce prices to ...
  4788. ...ou will. Your servant’s servant.— Tub Editor. The Chinese equivalent of “ returned with thanks.” A London c...
  4789. ...d the Rose of Australia; and they convoyed a real Chinese junk, from which they became separated in a typho...
  4790. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4791. ...Australian steamship line—killed by greed and the Chinese strike— is distributing its final winding-up div....
  4792. ...s on his estate about 30 men, mostly Italians and Chinese, at wages varying from 6s. to 10s. per week. Bore...
  4793. ... shearing sheds?—writes a Bulletin correspondent. Chinese workshops aren’t a sheds. There is one in the Gwy...
  4794. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Dootob, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4795. ...with its debts and difficul- ties, its Kanaka and Chinese question, its Separation Question, its annual dis...
  4796. ...would an English, or Queensland, or Maoriland, or Chinese institution u tier the like circumstances! The id...
  4797. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4798. ...d, and probably things will remain that way ; the Chinese story, if there As such a thing, is never listene...
  4799. ...to be expected—and leave the details of it to the Chinese official intellect, there is very little to choos...
  4800. ...ther. « Australia, of recent years, has taken the Chinese missionary craze badly. Many enthusiastic young p...
  4801. ...the most distant field look the greenest, and the Chinese apostle, and the Paraguayan emigrant, and the Sou...
  4802. ...y Australian girl-fanatic who wants to go on .the Chinese mission, would do well to remember that she not o...
  4803. ...e will probably assist rather than discourage the Chinese mis- sionary movement. There is an element of pat...
  4804. ...he present moment to recollect it. Therefore, the Chinese side of the case —for even so bad a case as this ...
  4805. ...of the case —for even so bad a case as this has a Chinese side which deserves a fair hearing —may be summed...
  4806. ...ey drowned there. So far as the evidence goes the Chinese and other Asiatics who formed the crew behaved re...
  4807. ...ed in ? * • • One of the Miss Saunders, killed by Chinese fanatics, in a letter to a Melb. girl friend, des...
  4808. ... Photo. by Newman. Rev. It. W. STEWART, killed by Chinese fanatics. More than one very big Australian estat...
  4809. ...ment, and not to provide toothpicks for converted Chinese or something of the sort. The place was stiff wit...
  4810. ... dif/zcc Saa/fry/r# ar/W4f & / 90' rC "/$ ! J THE CHINESE-MISSIONARY INDUSTRY.   [RAILWAY SENSATION. : 'a D...
  4811. ...s deficit.” He was opposed to the introduction of Chinese, yet he has been called Chinaman Dibbs. He feeds ...
  4812. ...sbane and Perth. SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS OP P XJ Ft E Chinese Washing Silks Ex s.s. CHANGSHA. There is somethin...
  4813. ... and the recent massacre ; direct from a sad-eyed Chinese merchant, who got them from his sad-eyed countrym...
  4814. ...vcnty-flvo shades of this celebrated make of PURE CHINESE WASHING SILKS, as pure as ever crossed the ocean....
  4815. ...ucted in “ pidgin-English,” the vernacular of the Chinese treaty-ports. “Pidgin-English” is a corruption of...
  4816. ...dlord, and tu lining on his heel, he shouted to a Chinese servant at the head of the stairs; “Boy! That pie...
  4817. ... hundreds remain on the tree. The book deals with Chinese government, lan- guage, home and social life, rel...
  4818. ... merchants and tiicks of trade, the poor, and the Chinese financial system. It has the vital quality of com...
  4819. ...ne abridged extract, to illustrate the methods of Chinese justice. A number of Chinese are charged with ass...
  4820. ...trate the methods of Chinese justice. A number of Chinese are charged with assaulting -an American : The ma...
  4821. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4822. ... favorable treatment he has received in the past. Chinese Missions. Apt corroboration of The Bulletin’s vie...
  4823. ...t corroboration of The Bulletin’s views regarding Chinese missions is found in a book to hand by a recent L...
  4824. ...e he tramped it to the Burma frontier. He knew no Chinese, had no interpreter, and had for companions only ...
  4825. ...nly low-caste coolies, and be made the journey in Chinese dress, with a pigtail fastened inside his hat, an...
  4826. ...ssessed with the strong racial anti- pathy to the Chinese common to in/country- men, but that feeling has l...
  4827. ...most charming courtesy. In my case, at least, the Chinese did not forget their precept, ‘ Deal gently with ...
  4828. ...tating native beliefs and prejudices. Sup- pose a Chinese missionary came to Australia, collected an audien...
  4829. ...ary of the China Inland Mission : The millions of Chinese (who have never heard the Gospel), what is to be ...
  4830. ...orrison, “ is the keystone of the religion of the Chinese ; ‘ the keystone also of China’s social fabric.’ ...
  4831. ...ected with it.’ China’s religion is idolatry, the Chinese are universally idola- trous, and the fate that b...
  4832. ...lake of fire.’ ” # * * Yet people wonder that the Chinese refuse the consolations which a belief that their...
  4833. ... statistics of previous years as published in the Chinese Recorder, «e find that they gathered last year (1...
  4834. ...they gathered last year (1893) into the fold 8127 Chinese—not all of whom it is fear dare genuine Christian...
  4835. ...vineyard ! At that rate, supposing the numbers of Chinese and mission- aries to remain stationary, the whol...
  4836. ...nd mission- aries to remain stationary, the whole Chinese nation (barring the few thousand millions who die...
  4837. ...• • # Consider the amazing variety of hunters for Chinese soul-scalps. At Hankow (where “every visitor is p...
  4838. ...hristians,” to which probably 99 per cent, of all Chinese converts belong. They are those who, in the Chine...
  4839. ...inese converts belong. They are those who, in the Chinese vernacular, “love Jesus because they eat Jesus’ r...
  4840. ...dney), Dr. Mor- rison remarks that nearly all the Chinese in Wanhsien have heard his doctrine described wit...
  4841. ... soul- catcher has been pleasantly likened by the Chinese to that of “a blind fowl picking for worms.” Brut...
  4842. ... debased China ! * * « And this is the picture of Chinese mission work which recurs in Dr. Morrison’s book ...
  4843. ...sion stations have been opened) have converted 11 Chinese: how long, then, will it take to convert the re- ...
  4844. ...ish Bible, like British opium, is thrust upon the Chinese at the point of the bayonet; that the chief resul...
  4845. ...hat the other results are the debasement of a few Chinese, the occasional massacre of a missionary or two, ...
  4846. ...onary or two, and the subsequent massacre of many Chinese to glut the revenge of the followers of Him who s...
  4847. ... luxury,” by inspir- ing the savage hearts of the Chinese to butcher the Protestant missionaries ! Strip th...
  4848. ...dered Misses Saunders has a local mission for the Chinese of East Kew, Vic. Melb. Arcus, apeing the Times, ...
  4849. ...rs to be that, in permitting {i.e., ordering) the Chinese missionary-massacres, the Omnipo- tent was only b...
  4850. ...ided to take up a collection. • # # C. P. Hodges, Chinese interpreter and Mandarin of the Crystal Button, s...
  4851. ...dly visit from anybody, male or female. # » • The Chinese are the most liberal sub- scribers to the Melb. h...
  4852. ... asafmtida several times a day, or to employ only Chinese lepers to serve out drinks, would be more likely ...
  4853. ...readful missionary-massacres in China is that the Chinese included the missionesses in the butcher’s bill, ...
  4854. ...ifference between a marine-insurance policy and a Chinese lottery-ticket? What is the difference between Fr...
  4855. ...n Sydney. Consultation Fee, 10 6. The Poorest Man Chinese Doctor, Ladies Parisian Female Powders restore re...
  4856. ... Parlia- ments to say that the Japanese, like the Chinese, “must go”—or, at least, that their coming be fin...
  4857. ...substitution of a Japanese bogey for the familiar Chinese one. The Chinese invasion was never a bogey : it ...
  4858. ... Japanese bogey for the familiar Chinese one. The Chinese invasion was never a bogey : it was a grave dange...
  4859. ...ears with surprise that there was a time when the Chinese in Victoria numbered about 13 per cent, of the ad...
  4860. ...er cent, of the adult male population ; when 4000 Chinese lay in quaran- tine on Fitzroy Island (Q.), the C...
  4861. ...ed the Government of the day to declare the whole Chinese Empire in quarantine ! There are still 40,000 Chi...
  4862. ...ese Empire in quarantine ! There are still 40,000 Chinese in Australia ; and in the Northern Territory, whe...
  4863. ...e were at the ’9l census only 1159 whites to 3392 Chinese. The Japanese danger is not substi- tuted for the...
  4864. ... The Japanese danger is not substi- tuted for the Chinese : it is added to it. And the Japanese invasion is...
  4865. ... in this respect more formidable rivals than the, Chinese. In the boats they are all ambitious to become di...
  4866. ...Kew and Hawthorn are the headquarters of the Vic. Chinese missionary, and many local Sunday-school young la...
  4867. ...fight. * # • The other day, at Charters Towers, a Chinese was charged with using obscene language. The offe...
  4868. ...ng mis- sionaries to preach brotherly love to the Chinese with a ease like that in onr very midst ! I don’t...
  4869. ...Tweed district (N.S.W.) there are 318 Kanakas, 10 Chinese, and 50 other Asiatics ; 86 blacks are tenant far...
  4870. ...pulation, 11 45 per thousand ; Polynesian, 43 93; Chinese, 10‘30. Note the disparity in the cases of the ca...
  4871. ... a bullock-rider. Many of the bullock-jockeys are Chinese, and the leading one is a Sunday-school superinte...
  4872. ...nary in China: “ The weather is very hot, and the Chinese are always quarrelsome in hot weather.” H’m. Do y...
  4873. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 317, Sydney. Dr, George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4874. ...hton (Vic.) Congregational Church are run- ning a Chinese school. The Celestials “ like-um lady teacher bes...
  4875. ... Pastor Bevan, of Melbourne, asks, apropos of the Chinese massacres, “Where would England be to-day if it w...
  4876. ...glish isn’t improved much by being told in pigeon Chinese... Conrad; There seems a genuine grievanot somewh...
  4877. ...ing above reproach—sar a bull-fight in aid of the Chinese mission?... T.K.8.; Well-written, but unconvincin...
  4878. ...years in London.” Rev. Haweis might also see mors Chinese joss-houses, and more hideous heathen gods, and m...
  4879. ... in Melbourne, whereas of the smellful, uncleanly Chinese there are fully 500 busily engaged.”—Melb. Age. A...
  4880. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4881. ...DRINK IN WINTER. WOLFE’S SCHNAPPS. Society Re the Chinese-mission industry. In Melbourne some girls (rangin...
  4882. ...ice were by no ‘means unaware Of the existence of Chinese gambling dens,, which were closely watched, and a...
  4883. ...ey employ, etc. In jy[ onar o District there is a Chinese wool-scourer, and Q m ey, at Junee, buys wool in ...
  4884. ... AGENCY, P.O. Box 347, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard-sq., Sydney. ...
  4885. ...me to football, cricket, horse-racing, organising Chinese missions, arguing about creeds, splitting hairs o...
  4886. ...dy’s bad debts. The Kwong Yick Wah 80, the Sydney Chinese paper, asserts that through the operation of Clii...
  4887. ... benefit of Tommy Tanna. In Jamaica, no coolie or Chinese plantation-laborer is allowed to enter or visit a...
  4888. ...ngs seem to be moving towards a per- manent Russo-Chinese alliance against England and Japan—land-powers v....
  4889. ...he North would show him that numbers of half-bred Chinese children (clever ones, too) partake of the blessi...
  4890. ...” he dumps English, Irish, Scotch, Welsh, French, Chinese and all other nationalities. At Townsville (Q.) a...
  4891. ...Melbournean : “L p North, a white man working for Chinese is no novelty; but the declasse must be rare in V...
  4892. ...c. Yet I have just ■*een a white man at work with Chinese, in their market-garden.”   WEST AUSTRALIA. SPLEN...
  4893. ...he sooner it- will come. PLAIN ENGLISH. Our Cheap Chinese Clergy. Rev. Dr. Torrance, of Melb., charges a’ n...
  4894. ...IHNSDALE, Tuesday. Oh Sunday afternoon last a new Chinese ('impel was opened here in connection with the Pr...
  4895. ...e whole of the cost was defrayed by Paul Young, a Chinese missionary here, who has saved t'-~* amount durin...
  4896. ...y in Australia is pretty grievous, but when cheap Chinese- parsons who can live on 9s. a week are pouredi i...
  4897. ...see that there is an economical side to the noble Chinese martyr-missionary question. If Chris- tian men an...
  4898. ... forming for single teaching of the Gospel to the Chinese. Early application. Apply within,” « « • “ I had ...
  4899. ...of a bazaar the other day, for instance, a little Chinese girl handed Her Acting Ex. some flowers, whereupo...
  4900. ...ss could commit in Australia— next to employing a Chinese cook 1 lb is announced in London that the attract...
  4901. ...ing in Lonsdale-street, Melb., is now occupied by Chinese cabinet-makers, who work from early morning till ...
  4902. ...tudley Park, Melb. Randolph Bkufokd. The new Anti-Chinese League of Welling- ton intends establishing a cen...
  4903. ...essed to the new copper Joss lately bought by the Chinese of Warren for £4 10s.), had as much as half-an-in...
  4904. ...g to ride out into the Pacific Ocean and become a Chinese mandarin. The scenery and the horse call for unli...
  4905. ...nising the foorce is the newest idea now that the Chinese have begun retaliating with battle-axes. In the w...
  4906. ...on of the honorarium magistracy were some strange Chinese documents, purporting to be receipts for cash pai...
  4907. ...Wales, 97| P er cent, of the tobacco- growers are Chinese, 90 per cent, of scrub-cutters, 75 per cent, of m...
  4908. ...’s feeder, but its blood-sucker. At Camooweal the Chinese are invading Queensland from the Northern Territo...
  4909. ...ither sends on his money ahead or leaves it witli Chinese cooks on the stations to be sent after him. A few...
  4910. ...hina."— {Sermon recently given in Brisbane on the Chinese massacres.) “ Grog-shops exist and flourish in ne...
  4911. ...they get a vote they will plump for any Syrian or Chinese fruit-hawker that pats up. The familiarity of man...
  4912. ...t is a country of vast monopolies. Sioux Indians, Chinese, Japanese, are the laborers of Canada. I believe ...
  4913. ...ustralian Museum, Sydney. Sept. 27, 1895. A Melb. Chinese doctor’s circular : Young Ohono Jock Laims Oil. T...
  4914. ...ent kinds of Herbs gethered from all parts of the Chinese Empire manufactured into oil is good to cure ten ...
  4915. ...of herbs from places of defferent climates in the Chinese Empire and made into oil of which we sell million...
  4916. ...l which has acquired such great fame all over the Chinese Empire by its won- derful cure is indispensable w...
  4917. ...yet put up £5OOO a year amid great enthusiasm for Chinese missions. Consequently, The Bul- letin is more an...
  4918. ...he Bul- letin is more and more convinced that the Chinese mission enthusiasm arises solely from the fact th...
  4919. ...y- one caring much about him. In other words, the Chinese mission enthusiasm, and the Soudan contingent, an...
  4920. ...ld also be able to waltz to the tender strains of Chinese opera. From Gordon and Gotch I have 'received ane...
  4921. ...earing about the Dean ease. * * * Tran slation of Chinese letter received by the proprietors of the Kwong Y...
  4922. ...eign business per- sons who wish to deal with the Chinese. We should not deal with people who do not invite...
  4923. ...enterprise. “Chinaman” Dibbs: “How about the Reid Chinese regime? Looking in the window of a Sydney Chinese...
  4924. ...Chinese regime? Looking in the window of a Sydney Chinese cabinetmaker’s, the writer lately saw a Chinaman ...
  4925. ...tractor getting a cheap line by subletting to the Chinese firm ? ” D^vUmties- Onc& Il^T7\&&«s^P/^SF lSYt'/!...
  4926. ...rs.” » » * • Account sent by N.S.W. attorney to a Chinese client July 30, ’95.- Mr. Jimmi Ki Syndi, Dr. to ...
  4927. ...s a common amusement. Be “ pidgin” English at the Chinese treaty ports. At Hongkong, a visitor after being ...
  4928. ... pn 7 7%~e Skye > */<•/-.J MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A Chinese netted Tik Luna.- ran “amok” at Bendigo yesterday...
  4929. ...t three-fourths of the medicine con- sumed by the Chinese in Australia —and they are great drug-takers—is o...
  4930. ...d, surmounted by some hieroglyphics which are the Chinese equiva- lent for ‘‘no tick,” adorns the gorgeous ...
  4931. ...ster to the trotter Conlgaidie. We have not bad a Chinese bookmaker yet, but if they once get a fooling in ...
  4932. ...atly reduced rate of interest, and to settle t! i Chinese question for all Australia, and to shut down on t...
  4933. ...entice evil in another and often a worse form. No Chinese factory or workshop-owner is to be permitted to s...
  4934. ... leper, will do more towards the abolition of the Chinese laundries in Victoria than a mile and a half of n...
  4935. ... white friends, never to stir out of doors in the Chinese baokblocKs without carrying poison. The most effe...
  4936. ...nd she didn’t see the joke. LOVE’S YOUNG DREAM. A Chinese leper was recently arrested in a Melbourne laundr...
  4937. ...u consequence of reading, a few years ago, that a Chinese leper arrested at duties was using a wad of pound...
  4938. ...egard to the competition between the European and Chinese in the labor- market the former must inevitably s...
  4939. ...are. Premier Kingston objects to the admission of Chinese into Australia, but protests against those who ar...
  4940. ...de slaves of.” This is just the root of the whole Chinese diffi- culty. If “ those who are here ” would liv...
  4941. ...graph version of the same cable: — Explosion on a Chinese transport. The soldiers rush the boats. Five hund...
  4942. ...he terrible explosion which took place on board a Chinese transport at Kin- chow, a seaport at the head of ...
  4943. ...n one huge grab, and working it on the nigger and Chinese principles commonly applied to such cases. On the...
  4944. ...orthern Territory, if it pleased, with an immense Chinese, Jap. and nigger population on its own account. I...
  4945. ...stolidity is particularly characteris- tic of the Chinese and Japanese races. They refuse to be surprised. ...
  4946. ...by Bft. deep ; prices, Is. to ss. 6d. each blind. CHINESE BLINDS made of fine split bamboo, painted green o...
  4947. ..., under syndicate rule, will be a huge nigger and Chinese province with a few white men to boss things, and...
  4948. ... objection- able. In short, it must be nigger and Chinese in race and instincts, for no other kind that is ...
  4949. ...arliament would have power to prohibit nigger and Chinese labor and to destroy its best sources of profit. ...
  4950. ... and a pair of socks counts two. As gardeners the Chinese are an easy first, both in cultivation and produc...
  4951. ...sert that they are a more formidable foe than the Chinese. They are strong, game and ambitious, and co-oper...
  4952. ...m i nat- ing in a short fat woman, the shape of a Chinese ohest-of-drawers, who was attired in pea-green wi...
  4953. ...” She is a tall, beautifully - formed woman whose Chinese husband had to put her in safe keeping on account...
  4954. ...Mrs. Wun Lung, or Ah Sin. From English deanery to Chinese camp. Peart, the diver of Fitz- geralds’ show, is...
  4955. ...ople who are very much in want of both. * • * • A Chinese miner in M’land advertises a crush- ing plant for...
  4956. ...ses a crush- ing plant for sale in the Australian Chinese paper, KWONG Yick Wah Bo: “I have a gold making i...
  4957. ...by Bft. deep ; prices, Is. to ss. 6d. each blind. CHINESE BLINDS made of fine split bamboo, painted-green o...
  4958. ...s provided that if an inspector hears sounds in a Chinese factory “as if Chinese were working in prohibited...
  4959. ...nspector hears sounds in a Chinese factory “as if Chinese were working in prohibited hours,” that will be h...
  4960. ...ed 1853.) he said, might imperil the liberty of a Chinese laundryman having a bath. The mad extrava- gance ...
  4961. ...Maryborough leading the latter by a few hundreds. Chinese are deserting mining, their number in ten years h...
  4962. ...ncil emphatically threw out the Bill to raise the Chinese poll-tax from £lO to £lOO. Nominee Chambers are a...
  4963. ... piously and philanth topi- cally oppose the anti-Chinese features of the measure with the argument that Jo...
  4964. ...ion of Australian territory. It is an essentially Chinese practice to seek to discover behind an offender s...
  4965. ...ints the following paragraph:—“ We learn from the Chinese shop- keeper, Mali Bew, that by the last mail ho ...
  4966. ...by Bft. deep ; prices, Is. to ss. 6d. each blind. CHINESE BLINDS made of fine split bamboo, painted green o...
  4967. ...Factories Bill provides for the stamp- ing of all Chinese-made furniture, any person removing the stamp to ...
  4968. ... to that disease only exists in races such as the Chinese and Hindoos, among whom tuberculous troubles are ...
  4969. ... (shop, Snssex-street); “ washing while you wait (Chinese laundry, Pitt-street). # * • Most Melbourne chari...
  4970. ...- upon comfortably, if not luxuriously. • • * The Chinese burglar has been successfully acclimatised in N.S...
  4971. ...ight be possible for them to import a Hindoo or a Chinese clergyman to attend to their spiritual wants for ...
  4972. ... Aug., illustrates what might happen if hordes of Chinese are permitted to settle in Aus- tralia. The disea...
  4973. ... was caused by the filthy habits of the low-class Chinese coolie, and was stamped out by the heroic conduct...
  4974. ... by Bft. deep; prices, Is. to ss. 6d. each blind. CHINESE BLINDS made of fine split bamboo, painted green o...
  4975. ...was he replied, “Oh, I don’t know, unless the dam Chinese cartridges were filled with sand.” A knowledge of...
  4976. ...ules are not made of Gelatine. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  4977. ...hemists and medicine vendors. Dr, G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  4978. ...ee, including medicine, 10/6. Or. G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  4979. ... boots cleaned, nor his linen newly got up at the Chinese laundry, and who has enjoyed few bathing faciliti...
  4980. ...would be another ghastly Botany Bayism.— Silex. A Chinese labor office has been started in conjunction with...
  4981. ...e has been started in conjunction with the Sydney Chinese paper. If hopes to get large patronage from squat...
  4982. ...ir hands. • * • *j At Hawthorn (Melb.) there is a Chinese Mission attached to St. Colomb’s Church. It is su...
  4983. ...Fee, inciting medicine, 10/6. Ur • George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  4984. ...udding, which had been made in the kitchen by the Chinese cook, proved to contain arsenic, and Brown was ar...
  4985. ...ll point; long yarn. Just invert them. Ah Wi: The Chinese seduction-yarn is pretty stale Onus : Not up Mort...
  4986. ...v-school —in Japan. Cardinal Moran has a somewhat Chinese cast of countenance, and, if fitted with a pig-ta...
  4987. ...eet with a friend, saw that gentlemanly • looking Chinese, the Rev. Soo Huo Ten (Anglican) pa*s by. “Ah,’’ ...
  4988. ... calls this a boxing- match. Same way he’d call a Chinese play a play, whereas it’s a funeral. The British ...
  4989. ...store at Manahiki, South Sea Islands, is run by a Chinese, who has been there for 30 years, and has about 5...
  4990.  
  4991. 1896
  4992. ...Fee, including medicine, 10/6. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  4993. ...of Geraldton, W.A., is 600. Of these some 200 are Chinese, 53 Japs and 22 Afghans. “ Room for the leper! Ro...
  4994. ...nd I hired a private room from a Mongolian in the Chinese quarter for our opium debauch. Parker smoked five...
  4995. ...on like this : “Yes, I guess it was just awful. A Chinese grandfather, a Chinese grandmother, and a grandso...
  4996. ...guess it was just awful. A Chinese grandfather, a Chinese grandmother, and a grandson, were all shot dead t...
  4997. ...d. “ No, though you have killed three unoffending Chinese. The police are bound to hang someone for those m...
  4998. ...hinaman lately wrote to Kwong Yick Wah Bo (Sydney Chinese paper) that a European gentleman had come to visi...
  4999. ...e to visit his garden, but didn’t visit any other Chinese garden. The gentleman said that the Chinese were ...
  5000. ...other Chinese garden. The gentleman said that the Chinese were very industrious, V V11V VillllVUV V.J : whi...
  5001. ...t that “ Young lady wishes to correspond educated Chinese gentleman, com. position,” is a distinct amendmen...
  5002. ... amendment on the male Australian sentiment, “The Chinese must go.” John must go—“tc the altar.” Of course,...
  5003. ...rous ground of all, adver- tising for an educated Chinese gentleman ? After all, marriage with a gilded Cho...
  5004. ...n in and around Hill End and Tamba- roora, as the Chinese storekeeper and others are con- siderable buyers....
  5005. ... C fu - ( his wife to fetch some money to pay the Chinese vegetable-hawker. Immediately the Chow saw the ma...
  5006. ...to regard the disease as non- contagious, but the Chinese evidently think other- wise.-Query. Brisbane.   M...
  5007. ...- ment have decided to grant hawkers’ licences to Chinese, Indians, Syrians, and other colored trash withou...
  5008. ... Pitt Street, SYDNEY. Medical. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5009. ...myself I was in a stinking little hovel that some Chinese gardeners used to own, and when Tom Abner saw me ...
  5010. ...nd Stamp or call for Circular. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5011. ...it drops. The other day I saw an inspector drag a Chinese hawker into the cells on the mere supposition tha...
  5012. ...Youl, the comic coroner, declares that an alleged Chinese doctor, who fell dead in Melb. recently, was real...
  5013. ...arters of the audi- ence. The Quong Yick Waii Bo (Chinese Sydney newspaper) on the pantomime at Her Majesty...
  5014. ... trary to this notice can expect the result.” The Chinese are getting themselves used to the smell of eucal...
  5015. ...re nearly 1000 Chinamen in Tasmania and but eight Chinese women. Moral ? No; the other thing. . The true op...
  5016. ...mp for Reply. Don’t Miss This. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5017. ...ned a Select Committee to inquire into Indian and Chinese immigration, and in 1855 he moved for a Committee...
  5018. ...d land. That mystical and glorified filibuster, “ Chinese ” Cordon, is gone, and the Mahdi has disappeared ...
  5019. ... played out in any case. Perhaps a show with four Chinese end-men might take for a little while as a novelt...
  5020. ...ke for a little while as a novelty, assuming that Chinese jokes don’t deal too exclusively with stolen chic...
  5021. ...way to report a case. In a recent Melb. instance, Chinese worked side by side in a laundry with an obvious ...
  5022. ...sincerest form of criticism. A new “un- sectarian Chinese Mission” has been inaugurated at Sydney, with (ac...
  5023. ...iddleston) “the idea of reaching the whole of the Chinese in N. S. W ales.” Ye-e-es! The childlike and blan...
  5024. ...NING. FATHER (out of work): “You see, my boy, the Chinese have ruined my trade —I am getting too old to"- L...
  5025. ...ject of the measure is to abolish sweating in the Chinese furniture-trade, and sundry Chinese boss furnitur...
  5026. ...eating in the Chinese furniture-trade, and sundry Chinese boss furniture-makers, who have been examined, ha...
  5027. ...over a Fitzroy (Melb.) shop-door: “ J. O’Hegarty, Chinese Laundry.” Cyclists who “ scorch ” in San Francisc...
  5028. ...eceive a death-blow now the Japs own Formosa. The Chinese Sugar- refining Co. of Hongkong at first paid div...
  5029. ...at may be considered a valedictory address to his Chinese and other supporters at Cairns, but is trying to ...
  5030. ..., Park-street, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Dr. G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5031. ...ly brutal murder in company. The second man was a Chinese, and the third an ordinary average murderer. In h...
  5032. ...that would grow any .nwrtal thing. In facf, • the Chinese came there ages ago,*Jba ving scraped 1 away the ...
  5033. ...eynolds’s Newspaper. Such is fame ! The name of a Chinese witness called to substantiate the charge of corr...
  5034. ...ree old women. A Sydney house-agent now puts in a Chinese bailiff at 4s. a day on distressed tenants. The r...
  5035. ...acks of corn, and 31,700 sacks of flour.. Also, a Chinese steamer arrived the same week with 5000 sacks of ...
  5036. ..., Park-street, SYDNEY, N.S.YV. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, > - 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, S...
  5037. ... to a syndicate, or a chartered co., to be run on Chinese and nigger-labor principles, is still alive. It i...
  5038. ...t charged with vagrancy. They had been found in a Chinese den. Panton, P.M., after giving them into the cus...
  5039. ...her six months, and really don’t know whether the Chinese have annexed Aus- tralia or not. A DVERTISING SOL...
  5040. ..., Park-street, SYDNEY, N.S.W. Dr. G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5041. ...he North Brisbane election. He was member for the Chinese constituency of Cairns, which he pro- mised in so...
  5042. ...NLR said the clause as origin- ally drafted was—“ Chinese includes persona having a Chinese father 'or* mot...
  5043. ...y drafted was—“ Chinese includes persona having a Chinese father 'or* mother.*’ At the instance of Mr. Stau...
  5044. ...tors the onus of proving that the I persons had a Chinese father or mother, whioh would be impossible, as s...
  5045. .... MURRATc SMlTH.—Supposing a man says he is not a Chinese, how are you goinz to prove it ? * J/eTel/p/meP/r...
  5046. ...ch, late of Sydney, now holds a commission in the Chinese army. Of Melb. Stock Exchange’s first roll of 32 ...
  5047. ...—a cross between, say, a mile-and-a-quarter and a Chinese opera. * * * * St. Alban’s Wilson is going ’Ome t...
  5048. ...rican Mail Steamers. Also, A Choice Assortment of Chinese Silks, AND Ladies’ & Gents' 1 Handkerchiefs, all ...
  5049. ...MELBOURNE; also ADELAIDE. Medical. Dr. G-eorge On Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5050. ... deficient ” ethical sense ? * * » * Half-a-dozen Chinese converts were lately baptised in public at St. Jo...
  5051. ...s at the last moment in the shape of a squatter’s Chinese gardener, to whom tbe half-dead maniac, if hard-u...
  5052. ... of branches of the most uncouth description. The Chinese are wonderfully skilful at in- laying fancy boxes...
  5053. ...K, 13 Castlereagh-st., SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5054. ...known as St. Chow’s, Chowthorn, on account of the Chinese classes conducted there by the plump and pretty p...
  5055. ...n no time, and then they are sent to Molokai. The Chinese are not so much dreaded by the whites as the nati...
  5056. ...nd will kiss and hug the patient to the last. The Chinese give lepers up at the first symptom—and don’t the...
  5057. ... here with a half- white daughter-in-law, and the Chinese laundry has refused to take in the washing alread...
  5058. ...S, 229 Collins-st., Melboubne. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYN YARD SQUARE, SYDN...
  5059. ...nk, whose “mean whites ’’ are spurned even by the Chinese who earn their livings for them. Byrnes sat for C...
  5060. ...in Fiji, and a cousin in Houndsditch. * * * * The Chinese Question —“How you sisse- tah ? ” * * * * The Cai...
  5061. ...have not ridden so far. What enormous profits the Chinese must make in selling opium to blacks and others !...
  5062. ...school and started life as coachman to a Ballarat Chinese doctor who, when he died, left all his property (...
  5063. ...rthenware brackets and pots hear the luck-bringmg Chinese lily, while on polished tables and sideboards of ...
  5064. ...ations of his numerous visitors, ihese consist of Chinese and Europeans in about equal numbers—the latter c...
  5065. ...pping, softgoods and hardware firms with whom the Chinese magnate’s firm has deal- ings. But ‘pidgin” is st...
  5066. ..., 229 Collins-st., Melbourne. Dr. G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, VVYNYARD SQUARE, SYDN...
  5067. ...ustralia is to open its ports to British, German, Chinese, oid all other manufactured products, and thereby...
  5068. ...g in line with Britain, is to be swamped by cheap Chinese and Japanese goods (filtered through Hong Kong an...
  5069. ...article published some time ago on the subject of Chinese girl mis- sionaries : Editor Bulletion. —Sir, —It...
  5070. ...espondent can adduce to show that its view of the Chinese mission subject was incorrect, but it flatly refu...
  5071. ...er with some joinery work on his handles, and two Chinese —one of them a laundryman taking home “welly ni’ ...
  5072. ...y the agricultural Gippsland members. * * * * The Chinese are rapidly eating up Gippsland. Wherever there i...
  5073. ..., 229 Collins-st., Melbourne. Dr. George On. Lee, Chinese Doctor., 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDN...
  5074. ...nce him. In 1880 Queensland had eleven lepers all Chinese. Not until 1892 was a European leper known to exi...
  5075. ...Victoria, up to 1892, 10 lepers were recorded—all Chinese, with one exception. In Nov., 1894, 26 cases of l...
  5076. ...sy existed in Queensland. Of the patients 11 were Chinese, 6 were Kanakas, and 7 -were of colored races oth...
  5077. ... Kanakas, and 7 -were of colored races other than Chinese and Kanakas. Two pnly were Europeans. The Chows l...
  5078. ...ill chorus of boys and a blaring band producing a Chinese discord that was novelty, at least. Gov. Hampden ...
  5079. ...to belong. Australia will soon have as many spicy Chinese scandals as Chinatown in ’Frisco, where the effor...
  5080. ... this year saw the admission as B.A. of its first Chinese graduate in young James Cheong, a former dux of t...
  5081. ... other Melo. Uni. students have been full-blooded Chinese, viz., missionary Cheok Hong Cheong, (father of-J...
  5082. ...ok a degree, but Ling Ah Mouy became Melb’s first Chinese solicitor. During the historical period when the ...
  5083. ..., 229 Collins-st., Melbourne. Dr. G-eorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5084. ... was deposited in bulk with a Melbourne bank. The Chinese merchant who made the deposit was undoubtedly ign...
  5085. ...feit-silver trouble to be just beginning, and the Chinese counterfeiters above-men- tioned to be the pionee...
  5086. ...wrooms. SOCIETY COOLLTA CAMEO Thus the Townsville Chinese in an address to Gov. Lamington : —“ That your Ex...
  5087. ...ading seeds, in four weeks they have pak-rhoi, or Chinese cabbage, lettuces, and radishes. In summer, if th...
  5088. ...months, they have all sorts of greens. Sam- shui, Chinese brandy, is always in the camp; very often a bottl...
  5089. ...S, 229 Collins-st., Melbourne. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5090. ...g and in the most distinct terms, her approval of Chinese immigration and her admiration of the nice, clean...
  5091. ...Govt, candidate has been returned for Cairns, the Chinese leper who has long been living in an old boiler o...
  5092. .... Wales Attorney- General, J. Want, tells how the Chinese in the in- terior of China, who have heard at all...
  5093. ...hest, again turns to office business. A nephew of Chinese Gordon now “over- sees ” one of the largest tract...
  5094. ... still they “go on the land.” But the Germans and Chinese and other aliens don’t leave their farms for such...
  5095. ...rices on application. Medical. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5096. ...ed 1849. Provident Society. Fireworks ENGLISH and CHINESE—Just Landed. Queen’s Birthday, May 25. MYERS & SO...
  5097. ... 6d, 3s 6d, ss, 7s 6d, 10s, 20s, 30s, and 40s box CHINESE CRACKERS, Is 6d, 3s 9d, 5s 6d, 9s 6d box of 40s p...
  5098. ...S, Is 6d, 3s 9d, 5s 6d, 9s 6d box of 40s packets. CHINESE GUNS, 3s doz. packets. 4s and 8s gross. ROMAN CAN...
  5099. ... HUNDRED other kinds. FIRE BALLOONS, JAPANESE and CHINESE LANTERNS. CASES FIREWORKS, assorted to form a bri...
  5100. ...surrounding Inlby. ’* * * Visitor : “ Apropos the Chinese Joss House, South Melb., I take it the faith repr...
  5101. ...st to hand, and such old favorites as the festive Chinese gun, the dazzling Catherine wheel, and the many s...
  5102. ...alvanic battery. Somebody put two charges in the (Chinese) starter’s gun, with the result that the starter-...
  5103. ...vices oh application* Medical. Dr. George On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE, SYDNE...
  5104. ...SYDNEY, ROBERT B. CAMERON, SECRETARY. ENGLISH and CHINESE — Just Landed. Queen’s Birthday, May 25. MYERS & ...
  5105. ... 6d, 3s 6d, ss, 7s 6d, 10s, 20s, 80s, and 40s box CHINESE CRACKERS, Is 6d, 3s 9d, 6s 6d, 9s 6d box of 40s p...
  5106. ...S, Is 6d, 3s 9d, 6s 6d, 9s 6d box of 40s packets. CHINESE GUNS, 3s doz. packets. 4s and 8s gross. ROMAN CAN...
  5107. ... HUNDRED other kinds. FIRE BALLOONS, JAPANESE and CHINESE LANTERNS. CASES FIREWORKS, assorted to form a bri...
  5108. ...gs, Dibbs and Reid. Melb. demise : Fook Shing, ex-Chinese detective. He returned to China, but came back ag...
  5109. ...ices on application. Medical. Dr. Greorge On Lee, Chinese Doctor, 23 CARLTON TERRACE, WYNYARD SQUARE SYDNEY...
  5110. ...ne incident Whiteman : “Why do the girls love the Chinese mission-class so ? ” Dear in- nocent, because the...
  5111. ...mission-class so ? ” Dear in- nocent, because the Chinese mission-class is Hospital Saturday all the time B...
  5112. ...bbub outside. The trio went to see. Billy had the Chinese cabbage-man by the back of the neck, and was thre...
  5113. ... elec- toral equalifications and exclusion of the Chinese —which a party of to-day puts forw'ard as a new p...
  5114. ...ith both hands —if not with his feet also, like a Chinese cabinet-maker. “ That Deakin ? ” said a compara- ...
  5115. ... WALSH, 51 Hunter St., Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, S 3 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydn...
  5116. ... town of Cromwell nearly the entire population is Chinese. W. Creek : “Theworld will smile, but by far the ...
  5117. ...own consump- tion, especially since the rise of a Chinese population on her shores.” !! ! It’s a wise fathe...
  5118. ...ce, among them English, Scotch, German, Austrian, Chinese, and others. According to the last available retu...
  5119. ...g-bodied, long-legged monstro- sities much like a Chinese idea of a bow-wow. I preferred Airedales—one litt...
  5120. ...out. Boor Tozer is always getting thrown out. The Chinese vegetable-gardens about Mel- bourne absorb a lot ...
  5121. ... WALSH, 51 Hunter St., Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Sqtiare, Sydn...
  5122. ...lb. Jaypee scandal, as to the running of bagnios, Chinese lotteries and totes. Mesfcon’s mission up in Cape...
  5123. ...mer, 19 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5124. ...” r# AUCKLAND, Thursday .—To check the arrival of Chinese with fraudulent letters of naturalisa- tion belon...
  5125. ... to is- sue anv more letters of naturalisation to Chinese pending the amendment of the existing law. by whi...
  5126. ...old in N.S.W. last year 21,343 men, including 833 Chinese, labored. The average value of gold per man was t...
  5127. ...er, 19 HUNTER STREET, SIDNEY. Dr. George On Lee , CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5128. ... co. has given “ nix for nil ” so far. The Sydney Chinese paper is in future to be printed from type, a “ f...
  5129. ... * * * A charitable movement is afoot amongst the Chinese merchants of Sydney to send about 100 aged and de...
  5130. ...ng at the fringe of a miserable make-believe. The Chinese Government has but one official representative in...
  5131. ...r at Cooktown (Q.), who proudly signs him- self “ Chinese Consul.” Sydney Truth describes the action of R. ...
  5132. ...ore starting. * * * * One substantial winner in a Chinese ticket-lot- tery the other night was a member of ...
  5133. ...ser, 19 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, !>3 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydn...
  5134. ... 40,085 69 31 *Capable of voting— i.e., excluding Chinese, Poly- nesians, and other Asiatic races ; prisone...
  5135. ... the fruit and vegetable trade is in the hands of Chinese ; the principal store is Chinese ; the baker is C...
  5136. ... in the hands of Chinese ; the principal store is Chinese ; the baker is Chinese ; the chief sport is a fes...
  5137. ...e ; the principal store is Chinese ; the baker is Chinese ; the chief sport is a festive Chow ; and the Eur...
  5138. ...mfort that her husband had probably married again—Chinese custom being by no means averse to bigamy, inas- ...
  5139. ...ere ecclesiasticism is weakening. The branding of Chinese-made furniture, as proposed by the N.S.W. Shops a...
  5140. ...gs and flash his Dover at London dinners ! Sundry Chinese lottery- runners, prosecuted by Vic. Crown Law De...
  5141. ...SScr 19 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5142. ...ther four provinces into federating on nigger and Chinese principles, the proposal to begin the great work ...
  5143. ...!” An overproof teetotal argument. * * * * A W.Q. Chinese hotelkeeper, a local Quong Tart, thus relates how...
  5144. ...r day as neglected children. They were found in a Chinese den, and the evidence showed that they had been v...
  5145. ...hts and beer reigned supreme, and next door was a Chinese laundry. However, he and his wife got the furnitu...
  5146. ... of desolation —on certain lines. Packed in among Chinese, Kana- kas, and Cingalese, the hapless traveller ...
  5147. ...he other day, called tenders for ringbarking. Two Chinese got the contract, although one or two whites tend...
  5148. ...tioned laxity, by means of whioh numbers of their Chinese debtors contrived to ’scape their usurious clutch...
  5149. ...ions and songs, Post Free.   Dear Bulletin, —That Chinese footrace re- minds me of an incident on the Ovens...
  5150. ...etin correspondent:—“lt was once thought that the Chinese would only cut the white bushman out of light wor...
  5151. ...But it’s a common thing nowadays to meet camps of Chinese tank-sinkers, drain- cutters and fencers. “ Who’d...
  5152. ...ser, 19 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace 9 Wynyard Square, Sydn...
  5153. ... by the white barbarian proprietors of the Sydney Chinese paper : PIL°J' h ,fJ lIU f n °';i S I)own ' Phil ...
  5154. ...ay, Lady Stout (the lady who publicly believes in Chinese immigration) brought down this resolution to a mo...
  5155. ...e in blistering terms. A VERBATIM REPORT . Scene: Chinese store; Gin Sing, storekeeper, INDIAN HAWKER: “ On...
  5156. ...sure of hanging you, sir ! ” T. H. PRIOHARD. Some Chinese gardeners residing near Laura, a far-north countr...
  5157. ...er, 19 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Dr. George On Lee 9 CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5158. ...ry’s enterprising gteat „ess is the number of its Chinese huotaii sdmps. The new light that comes from the ...
  5159. ...red the astounded heathens poured out a volume of Chinese language which nearly made the interpreter turn b...
  5160. ... * * * Nearly all the Townsville publicans employ Chinese, Javanese or other colored men as cooks, and this...
  5161. ...rate glasses are now kept for the especial use of Chinese customers. * * * » The story goes that a Chinaman...
  5162. .... In Australia the rich man defends employment of Chinese. He has little to lose when the Chow’s victim is ...
  5163. ...ts sit on their necks. * * * * Translation from a Chinese report (supplied to the Sydney Chinese paper by M...
  5164. ...ion from a Chinese report (supplied to the Sydney Chinese paper by Mr. James Lee Chung, of Ballarat) of a l...
  5165. ...r by Mr. James Lee Chung, of Ballarat) of a local Chinese charity football - match : There was a European b...
  5166. ...ootball - match : There was a European band and a Chinese band at the match. The gardeners, who were all fu...
  5167. ...e match. The gardeners, who were all full-blooded Chinese, wore white jumpers, and the miners wore blue jum...
  5168. .... Some of these were half-castes. The umpire wore Chinese slippers, but the players wore boots. The gardene...
  5169. ...es should have remembered that their fathers were Chinese. This caused a disturbance, because Yet Way’s pig...
  5170. ...x 920. 29 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, y.‘{ Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Syd...
  5171. ...struct the girls in the abstruse mysteries of the Chinese alphabet and language. This latter class is pri v...
  5172. ...ntlemen 7s. per hundred.” -** * * Sign at a Melb. Chinese laundry: Samuel Wun Lung— Laundry—Christian—membe...
  5173. ...d £1000 in cash. . Melb. University now numbers a Chinese lad amongst its medical students. Already it has ...
  5174. ... its medical students. Already it has graduated a Chinese lawyer m solicitor Ling An Mouy. Captain Randell,...
  5175. ...x 920. 29 York Street, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5176. ...Averred by Sydney Chamber of Manufactures that if Chinese-made furniture were compulsorily branded as such ...
  5177. ...such it would tend to popularise the better-class Chinese article. If this be so, why don’t the Chows thems...
  5178. ... that when he gave his wife money she spent it on Chinese paint for her complexion Complainant declared she...
  5179. ...Britannia ” in the streets and thereby annoying a Chinese open-air mission. What’s the good of a Briton ass...
  5180. ...is countrymen “never, never shall be slaves” if a Chinese mission can give him into custody and have him fi...
  5181. ...x 92«. 29 York Street, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5182. ...omen on the globe—French, English, Scotch, Negro, Chinese, Jap., German, Russian, and Mongrel —sit each in ...
  5183. ...rent clipping : The birth of the first full-caste Chinese hoy at Cairns V*-> was celebrated yesterday; 500 ...
  5184. ... hoy at Cairns V*-> was celebrated yesterday; 500 Chinese attended a banquet in honor of the event, and 17 ...
  5185. ...o the The mean Q. white is a ready sponger at all Chinese festivities, and the spectacle of an intelligent ...
  5186. ...one another to grab a gratis pot of ginger at the Chinese New Year is about the most humiliating Leperland ...
  5187. ...ugh the West coast miners of Tasmania tolerate no Chinese on the field, the man who would, perhaps, poll hi...
  5188. ...e only crew obtainable being a couple of new-chum Chinese whose nautical knowledge was strictly limited to ...
  5189. ... 920. 29 York Street* Sydney. Dr . George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5190. ...g of the northern end of George-street, where the Chinese fan-tan emporiums are—all these are works in whic...
  5191. ...ly Spirit!” she was simply obeying. She loved the Chinese because the Master loved them. (Applause).” Judgi...
  5192. ...rth of his son, the first locally-born full-caste Chinese baby, was attended by 400 guests, including many ...
  5193. ...Australia where it is en regie for whites to kiss Chinese babies and take off their hats to the infants’ fa...
  5194. ... helps to point out tb his fellow guests that the Chinese as a nation were decidedly far in advance of the ...
  5195. ...wed duck and bacon, fat pork stewed with giblets, Chinese preserved chickens (eggs hatched for 19 days and ...
  5196. ...mored, to be shortly reinforced by a natural! sed-Chinese corps. And all the time the poor Australian black...
  5197. ...n, a rifle, or a pontifical blessing. ♦ * * * The Chinese in Tasmania are almost entirely confined to the E...
  5198. ...white satin and brocade was made in Shanghai by a Chinese tailor! Ah Sin, I suppose, perpetrated this maste...
  5199. ...e in “Lilly Bluke”-street, Melb.— showing how the Chinese invasion is progressing. Sargood, M.L.C., the Mel...
  5200. ... 920. 29 York Street*’ Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5201. ...cal track. At various times, Griffith has opposed Chinese immigration ; has opposed coolie ditto ; has indi...
  5202. ...s opposed coolie ditto ; has indirectly supported Chinese until his political opponents nicknamed him Ah Sa...
  5203. ... School for Scandal.” Royal “Struck Oil” and “The Chinese Question.” Tivoli Rickards’Variety Co. MELBOURNE ...
  5204. ..., and farewells in good old “Struck Oil” and the “Chinese Question.” Friday is Miss Moore’s benefit, and, a...
  5205. ...mbling filters into brokers’ pockets. « * * * * A Chinese marine insurance co., the Yangtsze Insurance Asso...
  5206. ...tion : It is reported that a deputation of Sydney Chinese waited upon the Mission authorities, the other da...
  5207. ... and slow poison is suspected. Per- haps he has a Chinese cook. Vic. M.L.O, Wallace has an income (chiefly ...
  5208. ....V , II > <XvX •'• •> '<■ ,c- -t}- >2 .' f .% The Chinese ar«* placed by the Council- clauses on e\acti> th...
  5209. ...ture trade are fixed at a rate to merely suit the Chinese standard of living, the white workers in the busi...
  5210. ...ing the air blue with their contradictions ! When Chinese who cross over into N.Q. are captured and found t...
  5211. ...Saturday, and | “ STRUCK OIL,” and Monday f “ THE CHINESE QUESTION.” TRILBY BURL€SQU€. Tuesday, Wednesday, ...
  5212. ...e nearly related to his “ black boy ” than to his Chinese or Javanese cook. ROWLANDS MACASSAR OIL Preserves...
  5213. ... 920. 2.9 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5214. ...ecastle ! This is a great coun- try. Item : Sixty Chinese blouse-makers work- ing for a Chinese firm in ’Fr...
  5215. ...tem : Sixty Chinese blouse-makers work- ing for a Chinese firm in ’Frisco struck work be- cause their wages...
  5216. ...know.” * * * * Zeehanites (Tas.) are dead against Chinese, and rose in revolt lately when a resident import...
  5217. ...r and “ friend ” should leave with them. The anti-Chinese feeling is as strong on the West Coast now as in ...
  5218. ...!’ ” * * * * The S.A. Govt, purposes applying the Chinese Immigration Restriction Act 1888 to all colored p...
  5219. ... the Sorrento (Vic.) quarantine-station only four Chinese slowly decay. A large discrepancy. ♦ * * * The 11...
  5220. ...ogramme. The chairman frowned, but as several big Chinese merchants were present, the sentiment had to be h...
  5221. ... box 920. York Street* Sydney. Dr, George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5222. ...s that Won tile Empire was forcing opium down the Chinese throat, at the point of the Christian bayonet C.W...
  5223. ... * * Missionary Lawes, in defence and applause of Chinese and other missions, says that “ the loss of life ...
  5224. ... missionary body in Christianising the Australian Chinese. That probably comes from the fact that the Angli...
  5225. ... that the Anglican Church ordains and sends forth Chinese among their Australian countrymen, whereas the R....
  5226. ...be the one appealed against. * * * * lie the N.Q. Chinese publican who “ sacked ’’his yellow cook to avoid ...
  5227. ...lk right into and explore the residences of local Chinese without warrant, or other proper authority, will,...
  5228. ...ing money on paper security ? ' Siin Johnson, the Chinese interpreter of Kwong Yick Wah Bo told me, the oth...
  5229. ...th that shames the very devil. The Boodlewraith’s Chinese statistics are amusing. According to them only on...
  5230. ...x 920. 29 York Street, Sydney. Dr. Georye On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5231. ...d with the currency, and, in consequence, it is a Chinese puzzle. * * * * The wealthy directorate of a fair...
  5232. ... hours.” The life-task set himself by the average Chinese gardener in Australia is the accumulation of .£2O...
  5233. ...ith each other. Which is just as well. A Syd- ney Chinese merchant- known as a money- lender and a very har...
  5234. ...sn’t begun to think about yet. JOHN’S LATEST. “ A Chinese explained a stone tied co his scales by saying th...
  5235. ...k’s brofits und ve slightly pity him, Und dot his Chinese preaching do him goot ve have a doubt Ven der Syn...
  5236. ...x 920. 29 York Street, Sydney, Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5237. ...dit of companies’ accounts, the . shutting out ot Chinese and other undesirable immigrants, Local Governmen...
  5238. ...at they know when to give way. * * * * There is a Chinese insurance co. in Sydney with a comprehensive scop...
  5239. ...e, between Bourkeand Lons- dale-streets, half the Chinese population of Lilly- buck-stleet will be found in...
  5240. ...ostles will shock all the conservative notions of Chinese decorum by Western modes of dress and behaviour i...
  5241. ...The Chinaman now sells vegetables out of baskets. Chinese are a dishonest lot. The Only Certain Moustache P...
  5242. ...d O.K. 29 York Street, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5243. ... bogus system has called into existence a host of Chinese and Hmdoo makers op a small scale, who put up gau...
  5244. ...shop. In one week there have left Melbourne to be Chinese missionaries a daughter of Rev. J. J. Halley, a d...
  5245. ...r 7s. 6d. a week. * * * * There are about sixteen Chinese clans in Sydney, each taking its name from the di...
  5246. ... the girls who burn to go and enlighten the poor' Chinese. The sailor-woman is strongly in evidence on the'...
  5247. ...up with buckshot. In the past eight years only 19 Chinese have paid the N.S.W. poll-tax—less than an averag...
  5248. ... average of three a year. In the same period 5160 Chinese have left—an average of close on 700 a year. N. :...
  5249. ... O.K. BOX 920. 29 York Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5250. ...binet-trade Sydney and Melbourne are overrun with Chinese, and the white man (even with steam appliances) f...
  5251. ...lways been the Jews’ and let me tell you that the Chinese don t slink away when the hat comes round— oft-ti...
  5252. ...ing the South, when Q. Premier declared the whole Chinese Empire an infected port. It was in the days of th...
  5253. ...nd cute Brisbane mer- chants were importing eager Chinese in bat- talions sometimes at the rate of 1000 a w...
  5254. ...sel arriving from China, and at one time had 4000 Chinese in durance on Fitzroy Island, near Cairns. That s...
  5255. ...X 920. 29 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee. CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5256. ...etent to shark as any other sharks. ♦ '' Through. Chinese Spectacles. Translation of remarks in a recent is...
  5257. ...marks in a recent issue of the Kwong Yick Wah Bo (Chinese paper pub- lished at Sydney) re the anti-Chinese ...
  5258. ...(Chinese paper pub- lished at Sydney) re the anti-Chinese agitation at Darlington and Redfern, N.S. W. : So...
  5259. ...ot hold with it because they have learned, as the Chinese have also learned, that competition in business i...
  5260. ...its adversary. If these Europeans cry out against Chinese competition it is a sign that they fear it, and i...
  5261. ... accu- mulation taught us by our parents that the Chinese succeed in business in foreign lands, when they h...
  5262. ...when their brains have got them let them copy the Chinese and they will be able to get some competency. It ...
  5263. ...how them that we would exceed them in justice. If Chinese here gamble for a few pennies it is thought very ...
  5264. ...betting on races at Shanghai. This shows that the Chinese are not hypocrites and that they love justice. Co...
  5265. ...orm of government by pointing out that, while the Chinese empire had existed through tens of centuries to t...
  5266. ...k me.” According to Bourke Telegraph, a mob of 56 Chinese passed into Queensland, the other day, via Avon D...
  5267. ...ion of payment by results. C.R.: “Polite and oily Chinese hawkers now travel around the suburbs of Melbourn...
  5268. ... waß assuming a good deal to suppose that the I ■ Chinese would not make proper use of the * Jjiew powers c...
  5269. ...dopted with respect to the pro- digious influx of Chinese to Northern Queensland, attracted by the Palmer g...
  5270. ...loying less than four Europeans, or less than two Chinese, except where steam or other mechanical power is ...
  5271. ... less than six hands, regardless whether they are Chinese or Europeans, and also with the exception of thos...
  5272. ...ing four and five Europeans, and from two to five Chinese, employ more than 1000 operatives, and this numbe...
  5273. ... 920. -23 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5274. ...the Industrial School. The police took her from a Chinese den some time ago, but she always went back. Her ...
  5275. ...X 920. 23 York Street, Sydney. Dr, George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 33 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5276. ... 15 years’ experience in Govt, asvlums of all the Chinese that have come under his observations only four h...
  5277. ...r his observations only four have had g.p. As all Chinese are supposed to be opium-smokers, this statement ...
  5278. ...aratively calm, and there is nothing- in it but a Chinese riot and a blazing house, and about two dozen mis...
  5279. ...s pickin' 'em off one another all the afternoon.” Chinese statistics of a Centralian town Six Chow storekee...
  5280. ... and the villain suicides behind the sepulchre of Chinese Cordon. There is one very strong scene in the pla...
  5281. ... is the policy of The Bulletin with regard to the Chinese and other invading aliens. Only this paper, being...
  5282. ...ig, boiled rice, and the other paraphernalia of a Chinese funeral. Half way to the cemetery the horse bolte...
  5283. ... 920. 29 York Street, Sydney. Dr. George On Lee,, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, IVynyard Square, Sydn...
  5284. ...eman, who was just bursting through the window in Chinese costume to fight the boa at close quarters with a...
  5285. ...ociety COOLALTA CAMCO Maitland (N.S.W.) has run a Chinese mission for seven years past with the aid of a ch...
  5286. ...ly taken hold of anybody yet. There are about 300 Chinese in the district, and, at this rate of progress, i...
  5287. ...en weary years, and held open-air meetings at the Chinese gardens on the windward side of the sewage! * * *...
  5288. ...ted for him losing his money James B. : A band of Chinese carol-singers under the unhappy subject’s window ...
  5289. ...what? A Northerner tells The Bulletin that the Q. Chinese have a trick of posting their “ natural- isation”...
  5290. ....’”* * * * » A really smart buttoner for a Sydney Chinese lottery will sell £2O to £3O of sixpenny tickets ...
  5291. ... O.K. BOX 920. 29 York Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5292. ...’t be grown suc- cessfully like a dwarf tree in a Chinese flower- pot —however elegant the flower-pot. You ...
  5293. ...r. that “interesting ceremony” was jubilated by a Chinese choir. This points the fact, methinks, that m the...
  5294. ...X 920. 29 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee, CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5295. ...ng girls being allowed by their parents to attend Chinese mission meetings, already within a radius of four...
  5296. ...e in the family of a one-time strong supporter of Chinese missions. One alleged convert, when asked by a lo...
  5297. ...letin : Nelson’s and Tozer’s protest about so tew Chinese com- ing into Queensland is all rot, as they come...
  5298. ...X 920. 29 York Street* Sydney. Dr. George On Lee. CHINESE DOCTOR, 23 Carlton Terrace, Wynyard Square, Sydne...
  5299. ...He is never dull or heavy through over-gorging. A Chinese P°P, prepare a more elaborate meal than any- body...
  5300. ...efreshments. One of the visitors Was a well-known Chinese mission- ary. At the end of the business, the hos...
  5301. ...rs who had preceded him.” Cheok Hong Cheong, boss Chinese Chris- tian of Australia, used to run a fruit-sho...
  5302. ... is almost as good a platform draw as the defunct Chinese choir used to be. The glare in his eye, as shown ...
  5303. ...I live in the train.” —Ex. West Maitland (N.S.W.) Chinese mission has at last brought forth fruit. After se...
  5304. .... The per- formance came off in the presence of a Chinese choir, about 17 parsons, 103, or there- abouts, o...
  5305. ...regretfully gives it up. We would sooner tackle a Chinese conundrum J. Hoke : Stew is too painful a subject...
  5306. ...on : But, then, reliable statistics show that the Chinese have been decreasing largely since the poll-tax c...
  5307. ...o the left, Joful, and I’d a hit that fat- headed Chinese low- dah that don’t know the difference between s...
  5308. ... what?” EDIE (triumphantly): “As a hair-pin!” the Chinese gardeners’ revenues are much re- duced when the h...
  5309. ...nd though our children are taught to ridicule the Chinese fashion of preventing the ill- effects of eclipse...
  5310. ...reetrade Premier Reid can attitudinise as an anti-Chinese legislator—who, by that atti- tude, proclaims him...
  5311. ...mat pake) was introduced into Hawaii in 1838 by a Chinese cook in a native family. In less than 10 years al...
  5312. ... help the theory of brain evolution. The Hebrews, Chinese, and Arabs appear to have preserved their mental ...
  5313. ...ans in the crew, while the galley is managed by a Chinese cook. The preference of the pilots for the yellow...
  5314. ...the fixing of wages in the furniture trade to the Chinese, so the Council reluctantly altered this item. Th...
  5315. ...rrespondent :—“ An overdose of opium case had a ‘ Chinese doctor ’ called in. The leech sat feeling the man...
  5316. ...The game has been played before. Some years ago a Chinese Commission with a big retinue of servants travell...
  5317.  
  5318. 1897
  5319. ...e, and the rope had parted through old age. * * * Chinese medicines on regu- lar sale in Bendigo (Vic.) in-...
  5320. ...n. The reason is said to be that the flesh of the Chinese is peculiarly tender and palatable, owing to rice...
  5321. ...e years ago no whitfc, Aian was employed by Melb. Chinese. Now there are M. is there not some policy underl...
  5322. ...Actor Wakefield, of Brough’s company, is a capabl Chinese scholar. It is suggested that George Rignold ough...
  5323. ...of American grain and 17,960 tons of American and Chinese flour afloat for Sydney alone. Yet the present ha...
  5324. ...ew very red. * * * * Holdar M. : “The tale of the Chinese alleged convert and his instructress has been tol...
  5325. ...removed Palmerston (N.T.) from the map. That lone Chinese town has hardly a building left standing. The gal...
  5326. ...oud of dismantled shanties, Mon- gols, blasphemy, Chinese literature, kitten soup, and galvanised iron roof...
  5327. ... the other day in Sydney, Lee Choy Chong, an aged Chinese poet, and a member of the literary staff of the K...
  5328. ...fell a-kissing Of his servant fair and free.” The Chinese are solid on the realistic drama. An opera perfor...
  5329. ...ong red hair, and waved it triumphantly amid much Chinese applause. Honolulu has adorned itself with a big ...
  5330. ...t- house, and the whole business has fallen flat. Chinese missions are the only things that boom in Maitlan...
  5331. ...y R.B.H. : Not quite up O.M. : Plea for the cheap Chinese vegetable squashed .... Gills : Exclude The Bulle...
  5332. ...ch soclet y> P aid for the spree i Used being the Chinese doctor." AH aTandlea and sang hymns and played “ ...
  5333. ... who is familiar with leprosy and understands the Chinese language? ’ Where did the alleged expert get his ...
  5334. ...was midday in Goulburn-street, Sydney, out side a Chinese grocery-shop, plainly fitted up foi faro and—behi...
  5335. ...attar. Ara- bian, Syrian, Greek, Maltese, Cretan, Chinese, Hindoo, Polarck, Afghan, Cingalese, &e. Aus- tra...
  5336. ...n. Crf/ rfjtrfr^ 'i'olrfrf j (o° l{ '* I r «* The Chinese residents of Ballarat East art enthusiastic over ...
  5337. ...rovisions in order to admit of the importation of Chinese carpenters from Singapore. Govt., however, does n...
  5338. ...clone a sufficient excuse for the employ- ment of Chinese cheap labor, and is forcing the Port Darwin folk ...
  5339. ...lt Junk, 10,950 out of 30,000 shares forfeited. A Chinese specker drops most gilt over the luckless field. ...
  5340. ... “Last night I dropped into the Church of England Chinese mission church, Little Bourke-street —Lilly Buck....
  5341. ...he fell sick and lay down beside the track. Other Chinese going along the track passed over on the other si...
  5342. ... has children by white men, aboriginals, Kanakas, Chinese, and some other race not yet clearly defined. Was...
  5343. ...a. The Indian hawker is much in evidence, but the Chinese not very frequent. In this connection it may be s...
  5344. ... * N. : “ Apropos the hugger-mugger teach- ing of Chinese by young ladies in Australian Mission Churches. S...
  5345. ...e the men white, how indelicate it would be ! The Chinese seem to be regarded as a fourth sex. I remember h...
  5346. ... corrected by the interpreter, who said that many Chinese get through 40 shillingsworth of the drug every w...
  5347. ...naman has a strange, uncanny taste in funerals. A Chinese burial took place re- cently at Waikomiti (M.L.)....
  5348. ...nny top-hat. Two white laundry women have hustled Chinese out of laundry premises, in Russell-street, Melb....
  5349. ...Melb., and altered to “Australian Natives ” the “ Chinese ” on the sign.   Mn Teacoc/i tfpiarif yjh Ofi/qr<...
  5350. ...at Martin had not had British fair play or Cochin-Chinese justice, or something. The hearing was an amusing...
  5351. ...de at being able to point to grandfather in oils. Chinese market-gardeners love to raise large flocks of du...
  5352. ...arbitrary, un-Christian spirit in prohibiting the Chinese from landing in Australia. He formerly held diffe...
  5353. ... alter his opinions. From what he had seen of the Chinese he thought them a model of industry and thrift. M...
  5354. ...ying to get pigs out of clover and guess fiendish Chinese riddles at the same time. Only one joke was a rel...
  5355. ...ough I will say that Deston never had more than a Chinese notion of his busi- ness—his piloting the Ganges ...
  5356. ... * * * Latest Maoriland census shows that to 3685 Chinese males in that province there are only 26 yellow f...
  5357. ...trousers on!” Melb. : “I wrote about the Anglican Chinese Mission Chuurch, in Little Bourke-st with numerou...
  5358. ...ld near consent-cousen.ed " —Btrok «, u dati “The Chinese have decided to support Cardinal Moran because he...
  5359. ...r admiration for his-fearless championship of the Chinese ’ ” Ist Member of Deputation : “You catchee one t...
  5360. ...nence will have much pleasure in representing the Chinese interests in the Federal Convention ’ The N SAV P...
  5361. ...Island (Q.) : Europeans, 362 ; Polynesians, 156 ; Chinese, 61; Japanese, 179 ; Manilla-men, 207 ; Javanese,...
  5362. ... in Flinders - st. Townsville, to wit : Italians, Chinese, Japs, Kanakas, Cinga- lese, and Javan- ese. The ...
  5363. ...ing, &c.), and then John teaches his teacher some Chinese games. Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT BROUGH. Photo, by Falk...
  5364. ...ly dangerous. And what did the Marble Bar cost? A Chinese cook at a Yalgoo (W.A.) hotel was about to dish u...
  5365. ... to accept the hospitality and share the hut of a Chinese gardener at Brunswick. A week later another Champ...
  5366. ... land of the fragrant leper were fired ashore per Chinese steamer; on the 11th some 2000 bags flour dropped...
  5367. ... • » • Gov. Macgregor’s three-years’ exclusion of Chinese from the New Guinea goldfields is all right. And ...
  5368. ...minding each other that, when a hun- dred or more Chinese sought to invade Towalla goldfield (near Cairns) ...
  5369. ...Although Cairns always stank of Chinamen, never a Chinese has fossicked on Towalla since. The Palmer experi...
  5370. ...ay sadden the heart of “Melb.” to know there is a Chinese mission hall in Pitt-st., Sydney, close to Paddy’...
  5371. ... she will only marry another.” * * * » The Cairns Chinese have been banqueting again, to the unspeakable jo...
  5372. ...e white man !! ! After this, who will object to a Chinese invasion ? * * * * Recent Sydney D.T. “ wan teds ...
  5373. ...opposite, and to open the grimy front door to the Chinese vegetable- man, and to have the stairs opening st...
  5374. ... their teachers a tea. First time they employed a Chinese caterer but were quick to notice the poor appetit...
  5375. ...d hearers as ‘ most unedifying ! ’ J “ Apropos of Chinese cult, it’s not only goody- goody girls that pampe...
  5376. ...ever, the station-proprietor got a 'letter from a Chinese society in Sydney saying that the assaulted Ah Cu...
  5377. ... 200 self-denying persons are engaged in teaching Chinese at the local mission churches. In round numbers 1...
  5378. ...ing.” CURRA CURRA. After the Port Darwin cyclone, Chinese carpenters were paid 12s. to 14s. a day for their...
  5379. ... co’s is the insurance of gold coin ex- ported by Chinese merchants. The usual premium is 7s. 6d. per £lOO ...
  5380. ... extra £2OO being the exporter’s cost and profit. Chinese gardeners remit their tens and twenties to their ...
  5381. ...rs ago, while the Children of Melb. are ruined in Chinese opium dens.” Here are the facts, as stated by Mis...
  5382. ...e isn’t record-reign junket- ing. The victim is a Chinese gardener, and he is described as “in an advanced ...
  5383. ...he work for much less salary than was offered. A (Chinese lady, no doubt. The members of the Federal Conven...
  5384. ...was thought of. The Salvation Army is launching a Chinese Mission in Little Bourke-street, Melb., in rivalr...
  5385. ... : “I have heard, from a white woman married to a Chinese, a new version of the death of the Misses Saunder...
  5386. ...Now, I pledge you that this is the talk among the Chinese, although I believe it untrue. They say one of th...
  5387. ...rying to arrange her marriage with an influential Chinese man, who afterwards became one of her murderers, ...
  5388. ...he blankies have it * * * * At Longreach (Q.) the Chinese have a No Savee Union, under which all members ag...
  5389. ...s ! In city hotels and big board- ing-house where Chinese cooks are kept (and they are many) Bung Hi takes ...
  5390. ...owns of Townsville brought the first ship-load of Chinese to Australia’ Many Australian rivers at present a...
  5391. ...averley Pen.” Sold by all Stationers. A couple of Chinese cabinet makers were fined for evasions of the Fac...
  5392. ...ustry in which they are not likely to suffer from Chinese competition. Argus’s charity for the Chow is the ...
  5393. ...manity on its way. J. JINGLE. Dear Bulletin, —The Chinese must go 1 I am in a solicitor’s office. A week or...
  5394. ...e from M.L. on the" 21st; 4200 bags flour (mostly Chinese) arrived on the 17th ; 250 sacks arrived from sou...
  5395. ... 1500 tons flour to? (M.L.) on the 6th; 3500 bags Chinese flour on about 40,000 bags flour from various for...
  5396. ...he pro- prietors of the Kwong Yick Wah Bo (Sydney Chinese paper) : J J Dear Cousins,—Enclosed is 10s. Dr. c...
  5397. ...o. He is skilled and gentle. Tell this to all the Chinese in Australia twice for the 10s. which I send this...
  5398. ...umming gins, and a costume consisting of a little Chinese white and the tail of a Manx cat. A corroboree in...
  5399. ...you don’t know the difference between the Jap and Chinese types of blooms you are quite out of it socially....
  5400. ...axpence.” Nairne has very decided opinions on the Chinese question. Fox’s painting of Softgoods Sargood is ...
  5401. ...l burglar. R. : “Canon Potter in defence of fined Chinese washermen, remarks: ‘ After all, my work does not...
  5402. ... growers advocate handing over their sales to the Chinese That, however, looks like the blindness of desper...
  5403. ...r the Chow primacy. Some of the hotels there have Chinese cooks. Several of them buy their bread exclusivel...
  5404. ...eral of them buy their bread exclusively from the Chinese bakery. Strangely enough, these pubs, are mainly ...
  5405. ... they would be compelled to shut. Longreach has a Chinese cabinet-making fac- tory, and these pretended “ u...
  5406. ...be, in the same district, has a white baker and a Chinese ditto. It has only three hotels ; two of these pa...
  5407. ...jesty’s (Sydney) fills the Dost of librarian at a Chinese Sunday-school on Sabbath after noons. Also, more ...
  5408. ...of the pore heathen were to visit South Melbourne Chinese Syna- gogue at the right time it is ten to one th...
  5409. ...WUh 8 fathCT 3iDCe th< “ Act came into * A recent Chinese (N.S.W.) bankrupt- George Ah Kin—deposed to havin...
  5410. ...cliques in N.S.W. A programme of a concert at the Chinese mis- sion school of a Perth bethel proves that We...
  5411. ...onvert Wun Lung from the error of his ways. The “ Chinese choir and Mr. Sam Ken ” are to duet with “Miss Da...
  5412. ...r these missionaries while the mys- teries of the Chinese camp exist for feminine curiosity to pry into. Th...
  5413. ...on the Palmer diggings. A bobby came along with a Chinese prisoner in his charge, and concluded to camp alo...
  5414. ...d across, to the main- land. This looks as if the Chinese were willing to pay<£lo per head for a few weeks’...
  5415. ... defraud the revenue, and they quote instances of Chinese paying importing firms a lump sum to be landed in...
  5416. ...ney “service It is estimated there were about 300 Chinese and fully 400 Europeans present. The Chinese choi...
  5417. ... 300 Chinese and fully 400 Europeans present. The Chinese choir, assisted by the teachers of the mission, u...
  5418. ...l of the lady workers were attired in picturesque Chinese costume. Is it not remarkable that John, bent on ...
  5419. ...an lady,” lent by the French consul, has haunting Chinese-slanted eyes. The Union Club’s 'Vicat Cole had a ...
  5420. ...y, sawdust, and ground-up in- sects—which is very Chinese, and also very Christian. When one considers how ...
  5421. ...English, French, German, Austrian, Swiss Italian, Chinese and Japanese companies keep opening branches in A...
  5422. ...an ” endeavors to regenerate the heathen, * . The Chinese cabinet-makers of Melbourne are 0,1 strike again....
  5423. ...onises like neuralgia. He simply goes on a joyous Chinese racket, and has a great time, gambling away his c...
  5424. ...provi- sions of the Merchant Shipping Act and the Chinese restriction legislation of N.S.W., sea cap- tains...
  5425. ...S.W., sea cap- tains commanding vessels manned by Chinese crews have frequently a hard row to hoe. If a sla...
  5426. ...n of affairs which led to the bastinadoing of two Chinese sailors on the Tsinan and the subse- quent fining...
  5427. ...ly made a deal for the year’s vegetable supply. A Chinese firm tendered at fd. per lb. for all vegetables, ...
  5428. ...on is simple. Dripping is the per- quisite of the Chinese cook, who, therefore, carefully cuts off every ve...
  5429. ...rs pay- Is. an acre rent to Govt., and sub-let to Chinese lettuce, leplosee man for 10s. an acre. * * * p C...
  5430. ....) Record Reign demon- stration will be graced by Chinese, wearing medals, whacking gongs, waving banners, ...
  5431. ... sucking-pig, letting off crackers, &e., and by a Chinese band, provoking catcalls from instru- ments of it...
  5432. ... catcalls from instru- ments of its own make. The Chinese choir will halt in front of each public building ...
  5433. ... * * » • Cairns is becoming indignant at its pro- Chinese, or rather pro-alien reputation. Where- fore the ...
  5434. ...Quinlan’s best and only story relates how, when a Chinese witness had to be sworn, the interpreter seemed t...
  5435. ...gnificance beside some of the decisions in recent Chinese and sweating cases. Most of Tas. Treasurer Fysh’s...
  5436. ... Cairns gets a large proportion of iU smuggled-in Chinese from Port Darwin, per jog-trot overland. Butthere...
  5437. ... Mongrelia, alias Queensland, contains about 8000 Chinese, mostly adult males, and only some 20 or so Chine...
  5438. ...inese, mostly adult males, and only some 20 or so Chinese wives. Wha’ plicee whitee sissetah ? My wohd ! An...
  5439. ...or prayers in advance. Later on in the- evening a Chinese spook took possession of a lady with an Irish bro...
  5440. ...f 109,000—native Hawaiians, 31,000; Japs, 24,407; Chinese, 21,000 ; remainder, miscellaneous foreigners. It...
  5441. ... » • Amid all the racecourse betting prosecutions Chinese gamblers in Sydney are enjoying a well-earned res...
  5442. ... Judge Molesworth said he was glad to I hear that Chinese merchants regarded the in- ! ability to pay 20s. ...
  5443. ...ilee night. It had gone in almost exclusively for Chinese lan- terns. By 7.30 the rain had extinguished nea...
  5444. ...und deal, or the Bum ? had better wait until next Chinese Isew Year’s Day ; all Chinamen settle up on that ...
  5445. ...peans numbered 571; Malays and Manilla men, 150 ; Chinese, 73 ; aborigines, S. Sea Islanders, and mixed rac...
  5446. ...lls down dead suddenly Anti-Sing Ching : Shuddery Chinese horror t,o hand E.J.H. : Thanks Thos. B. (St Dete...
  5447. ...in, Miss So-and-so, has to sit between two of the Chinese at every prayer-meeting, and ’’—well perhaps it w...
  5448. ...hat he calls the “ infamous insult ” of tying one Chinese prisoner’s pig-tail to the handcuffs of another. ...
  5449. ...riter has seen, in Melbourne, a good two-score of Chinese gamblers hitched together by their tails, and, as...
  5450. ...hite female slavey, riding straddle-legged, and a Chinese cook. The woman won. What the Cloncurry and other...
  5451. ...in heaven. The parson let him in. 4. Pang Goon, a Chinese laundryman, was sum- moned to the Hawthorn (Melb....
  5452. ...ers of the church, the defendant being one of its Chinese converts.” This is a lesson in Clistianity which ...
  5453. ...eable old fellow he signed it! C. J. Hodges, Vic. Chinese interpreter, writes of O’Hara Burke, the ill-fate...
  5454. ...n a big Tattersall’s sweep prize. By the way, the Chinese are beginning to agitate against the Jap invasion...
  5455. ...in popula- tion by three, viz., one European, one Chinese and one Kanaka. A cosmopolitan disease, evidently...
  5456. .... Wales, from the association of leprosy with the Chinese bush-gardener. ‘Pass the leprosy ! ’ Ugh 1 (Often...
  5457. ...lass of sexual impotents, and nations such as the Chinese, whoso undeveloped faces are well-nigh bald, belo...
  5458. ...n Johannesburg, or tacking off a lee shore in the Chinese seas, or administering the Dogberry variety of ju...
  5459. ...ble to the “ swallowed-t lie-poker ” The Haussas, Chinese and black contingents from fhe outskirts of the E...
  5460. ... There was some humor in the official who put the Chinese envoy and the Pope’s special envoy in the same ca...
  5461. ...hands and feet have all dis- appeared. “ When the Chinese sailors on board the Whampoa saw the state of the...
  5462. ... his bunk.” The brotherly affection shown by this Chinese is remarkable. For years past he has been in cons...
  5463. ...ity Carnival on Aug. 28, at the Show Grounds, the Chinese are going to have a festival. They will borrow al...
  5464. ... a typical case. Doctors have assured us that the Chinese are among the cleanest patients received at the h...
  5465. ...save on the basis of “one adult one vote.” Sydney Chinese propose to establish a brigade to supply food and...
  5466. ...d then the Forrest policy would crumple up like a Chinese lantern struck by the Day of Judgment. OUTSIDE A ...
  5467. ... a ne’er-do-well, and the Prof, started the usual Chinese concert to cause the nag to exhibit his vicious- ...
  5468. ...s has pretty well played itself out 1 * * • * The Chinese merchants present at Quong Tart’s banquet, at Syd...
  5469. ...n passed with a special view to the injury of the Chinese, with whom the preservation of the pigtail is a m...
  5470. ...kies are specialists. as, f°r instance—“ Sun Fat, Chinese laundry; ladies’ ...f. 8, s P e . c l aht .V”— an...
  5471. ...epidemic among Mark’s numerous girl- adorers. The Chinese merchants met at dinner at Quong Tart’s rooms, la...
  5472. ...k, and arranged some sensa- tional events for the Chinese Festival to be held ton the Agricultural Show Gro...
  5473. ...ink. The dragon is going to be a feature, with 80 Chinese in its in- terior. There will be the Emperor’s al...
  5474. ...false teeth. He would have none of them, by gum ! Chinese names culled from the main street of a Northern t...
  5475. ... thought he had. Ain’t it sickenin’ ! At a recent Chinese banquet in Sydney, attended by about 50 Mongol st...
  5476. ...y about 50 Mongol storekeepers, some- one asked a Chinese how many of those present were opium-smokers. “ A...
  5477. ...TURDAY, August 28th. Ai) UoparalUM Show ! MONSTER CHINESE PROCESSION, In National Costume. A Magnificent Pa...
  5478. ...SION, In National Costume. A Magnificent Pageant. Chinese Bicycle Races, Sports, Chinese Musical Competitio...
  5479. ...gnificent Pageant. Chinese Bicycle Races, Sports, Chinese Musical Competitions. The Emperor’s Carriage, Mon...
  5480. ...lds obtained in many places, both by European and Chinese miners, leaves no room for doubt that, systematic...
  5481. ...goods store, was married yesterday to Tom Tone, a Chinese laundryman, at the home of her mother, No. 305 We...
  5482. ...lets his sister teach Chinamen deserves to have a Chinese brother-in-law. » * » * “ Snakejuice sends The Bu...
  5483. ...in-law. » * » * “ Snakejuice sends The Bulletin a Chinese version of a celebrated miracle : Dear Bulletin, ...
  5484. ...out the Silk Hat of Res- pectability. At a recent Chinese banquet in Sydney, the church, the law, medicine ...
  5485. ...of the dog that bit him.” In W.A. the other day a Chinese hawker was bitten on the leg by a dog. The Chow, ...
  5486. ... surname. In the same way, it is often found that Chinese with the surname of Cha Lee get it Anglicised int...
  5487. ...* * * The Sydney police admit the existence of 49 Chinese gambling shops in the area embraced by Liverpool,...
  5488. ... country beyond Dandenong excellent for the hardy Chinese tea-plant. He is also doing well out of cork-oaks...
  5489. ...d for it turned up at the annual meeting of Melb. Chinese mission, which fanatical gathering was duly repor...
  5490. ...ing Lond. Times correspondent Morrison for saying Chinese missions were a failure, and cheer- fully adding ...
  5491. ...en a recent raid was made on Little Bourke-street Chinese dens in search of illicit spirit, one of the plac...
  5492. ...et for every applicant. By this time some jars of Chinese spirit had been discovered in the back rooms, and...
  5493. ...10,000 sq. miles, and 805 miners, of whom 104 are Chinese. • * * * Croydon produced over 4f>,ooooz. gold du...
  5494. ...gold-miners (7182 quartz, 2424 alluvial), and 758 Chinese— a total of 10,364. But only 7927 miners’ rights ...
  5495. ..., or Sunday-school, or Salvation Army meeting, or Chinese-mission Sunday class ? Put her down as one more i...
  5496. ...ltural Grounds, Sydney- An Unparalleled Show. The Chinese Procession. A Magnificent Pageant. Costumes value...
  5497. ...OO. The Emperor’s Carriage. Dragon 150 Feet Long. Chinese Bicycle and Foot Race. Football Match. Chinese Ba...
  5498. ...g. Chinese Bicycle and Foot Race. Football Match. Chinese Bands. MONSTER MILITARY SPOIITS—I2 Events. Three ...
  5499. ...ath. ** * * The idea of the wondrously successful Chinese pageant held in Sydney last Saturday emanated fro...
  5500. ... Quong Tart, Sun Johnson, and J. A. Philp, of the Chinese newspaper, but these, knowing the disin- clinatio...
  5501. ...r, but these, knowing the disin- clination of the Chinese merchants to take part in public matters and the ...
  5502. ...hen Yee King Lee, Quong Tart, and other prominent Chinese merchants came into the movement. Law, M.P. for B...
  5503. ...yellow heathen into the fold. (Loud and prolonged Chinese cheers). By the way, a Chinese parson is this wee...
  5504. ...Loud and prolonged Chinese cheers). By the way, a Chinese parson is this week to be married in Sydney to a ...
  5505. ...rried in Sydney to a nice white lady, who teaches Chinese Sunday-school. • * * * Oae inan who escaped from ...
  5506. ...officers always keep a keen, inquiring eye on any Chinese who visit ships when in port. The Chow smuggles f...
  5507. ...lestial pageant. Vice-regal tone was given to the Chinese show by Gov. Hampden, who was taken into the mids...
  5508. ...to be only bruised, though he was badly scared in Chinese. Sehutze was asleep in the middle of the road, so...
  5509. ...lt of these curious evangelical requirements. The Chinese missioner evidently doesn’t do all his martyrdom ...
  5510. ...most graceful cyclists one sees off the stage are Chinese. The unemotional “ John ” cycles quite unconcerne...
  5511. ...N. A USTB A L EE WEDDING. Mr. James Fong Kam Yee, Chinese Missionary. Photo., Charleston. Miss Annie Fuller...
  5512. ...nesday (Sept. Bth) the Rev. James Fong Kam Yee, a Chinese missionary connected with the Presbyterian Church...
  5513. ...atives in N.S.W. The bridegroom is a full-blooded Chinese, and has been 18 years in Australia, for nine of ...
  5514. ...rademark in the tea - business of Quong Tart, the Chinese tea-merchant and restau- rateur, is two hearts in...
  5515. ...ing state) a tew weeks ago a tiger bounded into a Chinese bungalow in whioh two men were sleeping, and carr...
  5516. ...w soon, how very soon, Exeter Hall forgets ! When Chinese Gordon, the Christian Hero carried the sword of a...
  5517. ...keeper, Daveyston, S.A.* Outside suburban hotel ; Chinese to gene- ral servant, &o.: “You buyee vegetable, ...
  5518. ...DAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 25. Agricultural Grounda. 700 CHINESE ARRAYED IN GORGEOUS DRESSES. New Programme. New P...
  5519. ...E LENGTH OF THE PREVIOUS ONE. A Gorgeous Pageant. CHINESE LION. CHINESE UNICORN. HORNE—4OOO YEARS AGO. CHIN...
  5520. ...E PREVIOUS ONE. A Gorgeous Pageant. CHINESE LION. CHINESE UNICORN. HORNE—4OOO YEARS AGO. CHINESE BICYCLE RA...
  5521. ...NESE LION. CHINESE UNICORN. HORNE—4OOO YEARS AGO. CHINESE BICYCLE RACE. CHINESE TUG-OF-WAR. FOOT RACE. CHIN...
  5522. ...CORN. HORNE—4OOO YEARS AGO. CHINESE BICYCLE RACE. CHINESE TUG-OF-WAR. FOOT RACE. CHINESE KITE FLYING. £lOO ...
  5523. ...NESE BICYCLE RACE. CHINESE TUG-OF-WAR. FOOT RACE. CHINESE KITE FLYING. £lOO worth of day fireworks will be ...
  5524. ...ination to break something or anything, or a mere Chinese longing for fireworks. The reasons why they would...
  5525. ...... ... 8003 ... 600 Japanese ... ... 2179 ... 46 Chinese ... ... 7686 ... 124 Javanese ... ... 44 ... 27 O...
  5526. .... The Japs number about 47 men to one woman ; the Chinese about 62 men to one woman. The Javanese ladies mu...
  5527. ... rise in her wrath and throw off the accursed pro-Chinese stigma ? The other day a number of storekeepers i...
  5528. ...ght-side up again with a groan. , ; J b ? s^ <ald Chinese festival, on Saturday, was, like the first one, p...
  5529. ...r ” is to him. The latest American sensation is a Chinese tragedy. At the Y.M.C.A. Hall, on Friday evening,...
  5530. ...ts before nominations close. Thereupon some local Chinese fossicker will be run against him, and will win. ...
  5531. ...he town- clerk’s salary. They have had, though, a Chinese Mayor in that same Gayndah, in the good old past....
  5532. ...f the other dynamite crowd) says: “We employ many Chinese at our works, but whenever there is an explosion ...
  5533. ...-back-upons as firewood contracts, etc., you have Chinese competition. The salmon-netting and can- ning ind...
  5534. ...asts, but here again you have warm competition by Chinese, Japs, and Indians.—E.B.F., British Columbia, 29t...
  5535. ...hites who live in China get to look and talk like Chinese. A little brick in her way, it must be said that,...
  5536. ...eed being under the doctor’s care, of whom 55 are Chinese. A cranky Chow is about the most taciturn man op ...
  5537. ...how missioners) may be seen now toddling along in Chinese slippers. The shoes are highly ornamented, genera...
  5538. ...berite—Fleet Admiral. , * * * A Lilly Buck-street Chinese drew Ayrshire, the third horse, in Tattersall’s s...
  5539. ...s sweep ° n CauifieW Cup It is estimated that the Chinese spend £30,000 or £40,000 a year with Tattersall. ...
  5540. ...from owners of winning horses. * * • * Extract of Chinese letter to proprietor of Kwong Yik W*n Bo : “ Be s...
  5541. ...ion of the wild dog. A Vic. goldfields town has a Chinese camp; also a Chinese solicitor. One evening latel...
  5542. ...A Vic. goldfields town has a Chinese camp; also a Chinese solicitor. One evening lately, as the camp was bu...
  5543. ...ppers. Police-court proceedings followed, and the Chinese lawyer was engaged for the defence. Probably the ...
  5544. ...irst time, this, in an Aus- tralian court, when a Chinese lawyer has been on one side, appearing for Europe...
  5545. ...s been on one side, appearing for Europeans, with Chinese principals on the other side. THE AUSTRALIAN GEM ...
  5546. ... number of miners in Tasmania was : Whites, 3839; Chinese, 285 ; a total decrease on the figures for July-S...
  5547. ... July-September, 1896, of 350 —230 whites and 120 Chinese. Since leaving the tin- fields, whither have thos...
  5548. ...to see the men of the Texas district make an anti-Chinese law of their own. “God helps those who help thems...
  5549. ... of the offspring of that marriage. * * * * " The Chinese consider they should be given representation on P...
  5550. ...a drought, about three years ago, some Double Bay Chinese gardeners proved, in connection with a claim for ...
  5551. ...ittle or it. The best cooks are not the cleanest. Chinese are Francatellis in the art; but I once heard a l...
  5552. ...ed its dainty dishes, describe the horrors of the Chinese kitchen, into which she penetrated accidentally. ...
  5553. ...ported to have “sooled” on the police to suppress Chinese and other gambling-law trangressors, w hile on hi...
  5554. ...as old ones. It is only two years since a firm of Chinese merchants in Melbourne had to account for a large...
  5555. ...etective. The dispute between the diggers and the Chinese had developed into bitter civil war, and Cowper, ...
  5556. ...ian obelisk. The men wrestled in “RANJI” (THROUGH CHINESE GLASSES). Say ! Me no savee allee fuss ! Who Lanj...
  5557. ...ance, “ Parisian cyclists, male and female, carry Chinese lanterns instead of lamps. These many - colored l...
  5558. ...l93 14s. (id. for twelve months, of which sum two Chinese contributed £l3l. THE PRODIGAL’S REPLY. [FOR THE ...
  5559. ...anity, they still consider it good enough for the Chinese, Hindus, South Sea islanders and so forth. No dou...
  5560. ...e interesting to argue from this the place of the Chinese in the vital scale of races. In a Chinese theatre...
  5561. ... of the Chinese in the vital scale of races. In a Chinese theatre there is no scenery, no necessity for sce...
  5562. ...cenery, no necessity for scenery, since the vivid Chinese imagination takes as much as you please for grant...
  5563. ...ile boards, get up again, and walk off o.p. ; the Chinese eye sees a beautiful damsel, crossed in love, des...
  5564. ...lic-houses, then to the streets and the haunts of Chinese, and finally to the hospital and the grave.” Vale...
  5565. ...of fight, and some are full of beer, and some are Chinese and full of cat-pie, and most of them are as full...
  5566. ...leyan parsons to get comely single ladies for the Chinese mission-field. So far as The Bulletin can gather,...
  5567. ... : “I have exceptional opportunities for studying Chinese half-castes, especially on the girl side. No case...
  5568. ...under my observa- tion in which a legally-married Chinese proved an unkind husband. But the girly offspring...
  5569. ...ated well as Australiennes, and will not think of Chinese for spouses, but their grief is that the young wh...
  5570. ...aph have just left Aus- tralia to proselytise the Chinese. It is stated that Mr. F. W. Haddon, editor of Me...
  5571. ...up in the connection. One big family of half-bred Chinese owns a large portion of the town, and, in fact, t...
  5572. ... charity;—possibly the society for converting the Chinese, and if it wasn’t ad vis. able to exempt the form...
  5573. ...tesquely over the ‘Christian’ names of half-caste Chinese. So far, I have come across Lionel Ah Yen; Victor...
  5574. ...-Weslevan is a hunk of brown hypocrisy. Also, the Chinese Clistian is a joke to anyone in the know. Embo • ...
  5575. ..., should be restricted ni the same fashion as the Chinese, which would shutout Africans, Polynesians, Turks...
  5576. ... added that both among these tribes and among the Chinese, ministers,missionaries, native teachers, tourist...
  5577. ...ty nearly the whole Syrian crowd, and many of the Chinese and Japanese, are merchants, and those tha t didn...
  5578. ...he garden-beds, and under the camphor-laurels and Chinese lantern trees, breathed out a united frag- rance ...
  5579. ...t & oes on o ,? ay, 1 3 f ® a ? al u, 1S a pure y Chinese ,row— native Protestant villagers against Catholi...
  5580. ...t « obbling like an articulated porcelain nodding Chinese man- darin. Contemporaneously, his manner visibly...
  5581. .... Anil when the popular institution comes to “The Chinese Question,” and appears as a Chow maiden in black ...
  5582. ... light-coloured to be mistaken for Europeans. The Chinese strain is apparent in a decided majority. Some of...
  5583. ...is mar- ried to women showing both aboriginal and Chinese ancestry, and these women have made excellent wiv...
  5584. ... mating quadroons, octoroons, and nondescripts of Chinese and aboriginal ’’ ancestry might well puzzle a wi...
  5585. ...n- sidered necessary. Con Yek, one of our pioneer Chinese gardeners, passed away yesterday and was buried t...
  5586. ...The proposed Aliens Restriction Act shuts out the Chinese missionary from N.S.W. in the same way as any oth...
  5587. ... can’t help it. John says I must. My husband is a Chinese.” Mamma and papa and I just sat for an hour witho...
  5588. ...w well She sticks to her penchant 1 ” There was a Chinese gardener Among the favored few, That every Sunday...
  5589. ...e wid her !” Remarks the Kwong Yik Wah Bo (Sydney Chinese paper):— A Christian sect called the Wesleyans ha...
  5590. ...ecided to send Christian missionaries amongst the Chinese in Queensland. They decided to do this by only on...
  5591. ...se at hand. If they convert any of the Queensland Chinese to their way of thinking, the converts will make ...
  5592. ...ce of the Christians. The best way to convert the Chinese is to treat them with absolute justice, so that w...
  5593. ...hael had firmly plan- ted the Imperial eagle upon Chinese soil. In order to protect German commerce and Ger...
  5594. ... working success would be almost a certainty. The Chinese (who are working a large number of claims) do not...
  5595. ...on of Japan as a modern Power and the exposure of Chinese impotence.” Sydney Telegraph, of December 14 : Th...
  5596.  
  5597. 1898
  5598. ... li, so. that Pekin—if his capital is left to the Chinese Emperor—will altogether 1< >se its direct connect...
  5599. ...the naked eye. Japan conclusively showed that the Chinese army was a nonentity, the Chinese navy a cipher, ...
  5600. ...showed that the Chinese army was a nonentity, the Chinese navy a cipher, and the Chinese commissariat a cha...
  5601. ...s a nonentity, the Chinese navy a cipher, and the Chinese commissariat a chaos. Then, doubtless at Russia’s...
  5602. ...from the armed camps in Europe. Possibly, with no Chinese opposition, it may be possible to farm the most f...
  5603. ...ion, it may be possible to farm the most fruitful Chinese provinces at a profit ; but if the partition goes...
  5604. ...ain is that the aggregation of peoples called the Chinese Empire, after having preserved a separate individ...
  5605. ...entifiable. As a vast historical institution, the Chinese Empire is the most aged and most respect- able it...
  5606. ...a big salary, and whose reports were worse than a Chinese puzzle ? Glass, the first manager, died out there...
  5607. ...com- posed mostly of noughts and crosses. * * * * Chinese interpreter, to magistrate Pin- nock', at Brisban...
  5608. ...olored population (other than aborigines) in Q. : Chinese, 7888; Kanakas, 8248 ; Japs, 2632 ; Jav nese, 468...
  5609. ...ustrian design ! His English hat he places on The Chinese cheffomer, And drinks from his Italian glass His ...
  5610. ... That’s sufficient for the true Australi-an 1 The Chinese washstand in his room Is near the Russian rug; He...
  5611. ...tin-fields of N.E. Tas- mania, and located near a Chinese camp. When I got there the pig tailed multitude w...
  5612. ...ver the disappearance of two white girls whom the Chinese had recently bought by subscription for £1 a-piec...
  5613. ... Regiment, ‘Greycairn,’ Edgecliff.” This is not a Chinese puzzle, nor a character in the panto- mime.. It i...
  5614. ...in : I was born at one of the treaty ports; spoke Chinese from childhood ; and know better than most people...
  5615. ...arge of vile- ness of living we level here at the Chinese is returned with interest by them as regards the ...
  5616. ... the party who nowbuvs from the agent.” * • • * A Chinese dealer recently asked a firm of Southern merchant...
  5617. ...ther remarks. The rest of the story was told in a Chinese schedule filed shortly afterwards : Liabilities £...
  5618. ... bowling, bai jove 1 He is as English as Sydney’s Chinese Anglican clergyman, Soo Hoo Ten—who,‘viewed aft, ...
  5619. ...obacco- growmg. _ The persons responsible for the Chinese invasion include some very big squatters and past...
  5620. ...t of funds, there is no decrease in the number of Chinese ; on the contrary, people are still renting groun...
  5621. ...eople are still renting ground and sub-letting to Chinese. To give an idea of the beauties of hard graft, I...
  5622. ...has received about >*4oo as his share of 40 acres Chinese-grown leaf, j This man pays Id. per acre per annu...
  5623. ...he Chir c -~*> grew tobacco here. Why people want Chinese is a puzzle, as some of the tobacco-growers have ...
  5624. ... acid rather than accept such a wage. Most of the Chinese employers are natives. The Aus- tralian is the mo...
  5625. ...sk Berry’s wife is no gentleman. PLAIN ENGLISH. A Chinese Colony. S.A. Ex-Gov. Kintore has been prattling g...
  5626. ...across the Australian continent, and developed by Chinese labor,” which labor he “ doesn’t think there woul...
  5627. ...ld no more stay, if he could help it, in a purely Chinese settlement in North Australia than in a purely Ch...
  5628. ...se settlement in North Australia than in a purely Chinese settlement in China. He wants to have the white m...
  5629. ...have the white man to sell his cabbagee to ; in a Chinese settlement, with every Chow in the community grow...
  5630. ...ice as- serting that 10s. fid. was the fee of the Chinese interpreter —“ But I am not. a Chinaman, and I va...
  5631. ...tackles, first, a young lady engaged teaching the Chinese, atthe City Missions, and, secondly, one of the C...
  5632. ...Chinkies to attend the humdrum of services in the Chinese language ; now, they get the very pick of the com...
  5633. ...orm among them to twiddle a compact umbrella. The Chinese explanation of this assiduity is that they are de...
  5634. ...k for =£l a week, whereas one would have to pay a Chinese cook a fair wage of from =63 to <£4> “We are ruin...
  5635. ...a fair wage of from =63 to <£4> “We are ruined by Chinese dear labor ” ? '* * * * Dear Bulletin,— H. J. M‘C...
  5636. ...was an insult that shrieked for blood. The recent Chinese New Year’s Day passed off in Sydney without the c...
  5637. ...his reasons for advocating the establishment of a Chinese-and-nigger pro- vince in Northern Australia : His...
  5638. ...d “North Australia,” and to it the immigration of Chinese, coolies, etc., would be permitted. By taking thi...
  5639. ...le labor conditions, and in return for permitting Chinese immigration you could extract important concessio...
  5640. ...of Southern Tasmania, and the coolest part of the Chinese empire is equivalent to being far south of the fu...
  5641. ... July, 1880 ; acted as such about 16 months ; was Chinese Inspector for three years ; subsequently was tide...
  5642. ...ed. * * * * Melb. : “ To-day I observed the first Chinese shoemaker at work, that is to say on what may be ...
  5643. ... for the embargo there would be about two million Chinese in Australia now. Somebody writes from Brisbane :...
  5644. ...the British naval salt- horse men ran riot in the Chinese quarter of Cairns (Q.) till the valiant men of Jo...
  5645. ...and force their presence upon us very much as the Chinese do—passively, but surely. They do not till the so...
  5646. ...es, which is Morgan’s own country, as a field for Chinese settlement? Nobody would miss Wales very much. . ...
  5647. ...xcept innumerable song and dance, and scenery and Chinese lantern. Two or three people suffer from temporar...
  5648. ... captain of a Labor vessel tells how a well-to-do Chinese mer- chant called at the island of New Britain an...
  5649. ...JtiS ourn ~ta.il six eov /*4 ,' At Castlenralne a Chinese laundry' ' man was prosecuted to-day for a breach...
  5650. ...proof that the defendant’s mother and father were Chinese.. The Act defrnes a Chinese as a person whose fat...
  5651. ...other and father were Chinese.. The Act defrnes a Chinese as a person whose father and mother were both of ...
  5652. ...h for a long while yet. The Nineteenth Century re Chinese : Wearing as they do about six times as much clot...
  5653. ...e 537 recipients of charity, and of these 190 are Chinese ! As the yellow man is only about one-twentieth o...
  5654. ...o give any Xmas - boxes to their cus- tomers. The Chinese storekeepers were included in the league, and sai...
  5655. ... death there of Yuck See, the first editor of the Chinese Australian Herald. Our late fellow- craftsman had...
  5656. ...e of the present opium trouble, it seems that the Chinese merchants are slow to take consignments out of bo...
  5657. ...ßßg^^sSAia[^«4>^ ''Please_*ho vertiseroent .to • -Chinese* Publications. Geo. Robertson & Co., 361 & 363 Ge...
  5658. ...Wales: CO., KENT and UVERPOOL STREETS, SVDNFV   A Chinese Idol. [FOR THE BULLETIN.] Pru. Grundy had a call,...
  5659. ...straightway joined a ladies’ mission For bringing Chinese to the fold, And elevating their condition ; And ...
  5660. ... And makes most heterodox lament About her broken Chinese idol. Vic. SILAS SNELL. Can a street-walker be ve...
  5661. ...John Norton, Chino- phobe though he bo, polled 80 Chinese votes at Rhillip ward, Sydney, municipal election...
  5662. ...nson, editor of the Kvvong Yick Wah 80, the local Chinese organ, engineered his countrymen’s support for No...
  5663. ...opes that that is what those two lines of alleged Chinese do mean. It sincerely trusts Sun isn’t putting up...
  5664. ...th APRIL, at the Splendid Location, BELMORE PARK. CHINESE AUSTRALIAN HERALD, 19 HUNTER STREET, STPMEf; Plea...
  5665. ...REET, STPMEf; Please show this advertisement to m Chinese BICYCLES aod CORK ft CIS. KE-U CROSS a CTI WOOD R...
  5666. ...reign-bound steamer, which sends our girls to the Chinese holocaust. And as most of them, however honest an...
  5667. ...lars. * * * * , . “ Melb’s ” local discovery of a Chinese working shoemaker. Haw Hop, or Lee Woo, or ( a Bu...
  5668. ...o your laundry-work ; sell : ..v hat ‘“thing of a Chinese doctor, who within p may be consulted on >h«’in i...
  5669. ...ll to - night I noticed a nice-looking half-caste Chinese girl among the prayerful yellow brethren and thei...
  5670. ...he white woman said to be the first who married a Chinese. They were familiar in Haw- thorn. He had a nice ...
  5671. ...these marriages, for there seem to be no Catholic Chinese in Aus- tralia, although in China the native Cath...
  5672. ... England, is the presiding genius of the C. of E. Chinese Mission, Little Bourke-street, Melb. But for his ...
  5673. ...ou to go to Bananaland and become, if possible, a Chinese cook. The Chinese cook is the most flourishing an...
  5674. ...land and become, if possible, a Chinese cook. The Chinese cook is the most flourishing and best-paid indust...
  5675. ... white woman nearly always dresses his youngsters Chinese fashion. One would think the lady would perceive ...
  5676. ...vice,” says Minister Duffy. Dr. ON LEE , Sydney's Chinese Doctor. Photo., Stewart & Co., Melbourne. When Al...
  5677. ...toms but to re-label the stuff and sell it to the Chinese population as a new perfume. A tale of a persecut...
  5678. ... that stage of life by being transmigrated into a Chinese Jap. in this one. A cheerfully-crowded house watc...
  5679. ... appears in this issue, is an exceedingly wealthy Chinese, who has lived in Australia for 40 years. Some ye...
  5680. ...Some years ago he was created a man- darin by the Chinese Govt, as a recognition of servicesrendered to his...
  5681. ...missioned by his fellow countrymen to urge on the Chinese authorities the necessity of appointing a Chinese...
  5682. ...Chinese authorities the necessity of appointing a Chinese Consul-General for Australia ; and it is an open ...
  5683. ...dy, and his daughters are the belles of the Anglo-Chinese community in Sydney. An old woman died the other ...
  5684. ... bookie found betting in Bourke-street, while the Chinese lottery-shops and gambling-dens are allowed to ga...
  5685. ...! Some time agp the Customs authorities stopped a Chinese passenger But it has been; j ascertained that the...
  5686. ...aw (now abro- gated) against the sale of opium to Chinese exists m spirit in N.S. Wales. Twelve months ago ...
  5687. ...f them were as helpless slaves to the vice as any Chinese. That manager) too, on one occasion was summoned ...
  5688. ...out doubt a household necessity. Sold everywhere. Chinese cookery is much iri vogue in Wes- tern Q. Consequ...
  5689. ...e following item gleaned by writ&t from a book of Chinese travel tnay interest some folks : At an inn in Yu...
  5690. ...formed they had been kept underground a year, the Chinese belief being that they go rotten in the first six...
  5691. ...tly have before it a novel divorce case—between a Chinese and his white wife. * • * • James Kidman, baker a...
  5692. ...an women, hut we have not heard of one marrying a Chinese Haro: A paraphrase of Sydney Smith : “ The gigant...
  5693. ...opean reputation, is, it appears, a quarter-caste Chinese, which accounts for a lot of things. Here he was ...
  5694. ...eff ” tells The Bulletin he has dicovered another Chinese industry : Some time ago, after a cattle-drov- in...
  5695. ...619; Philippine Islanders, 60 ; aboriginals, 60 ; Chinese, 58 ; &e., &c. Japanese increase for year, 288. I...
  5696. ...l enemies in opposition to' the Federal Bill. The Chinese question is not a question of morality or of colo...
  5697. ...question of morality or of color. The sins of the Chinese are yellow, and those of white men crimson, but t...
  5698. ...or the mere sake of living? For the most part the Chinese in Australia do not have families, and, therefore...
  5699. ... of whom are Europeans, the balance consisting of Chinese, Kanakas, aborigines, and Hindoos. * • * * From o...
  5700. ... his time, he packs his chest and carcase on to a Chinese waggonette, and is driven into town by a bloated ...
  5701. ...ions. Can the writer of the par. tell me when the Chinese Government created Dr. On Lee a Mandarin ? or wha...
  5702. ...rin ? or what public services he rendered to the “Chinese” of this country to deserve any special mark of f...
  5703. ...try to deserve any special mark of favor from the Chinese Government ? The fact is that Dr. On Lee is a Man...
  5704. ...m. Also, can the writer tell me of another “ pure Chinese” resident in Australia? I don’t know of one, and ...
  5705. ...than he is. The “Yellow Agony ” you abhor is not “Chinese." ■lt is Harkar, Tartar, Mongolian, &c., &c. ; wi...
  5706. ...t is Harkar, Tartar, Mongolian, &c., &c. ; with a Chinese strain probably enough, but no more to be called ...
  5707. ...train probably enough, but no more to be called “ Chinese ” than the offspring of aboriginal and European c...
  5708. ...be called either aboriginal or European. The pure Chinese of rank are the most conservative and select peop...
  5709. ...that Dr. On Lee’* family do not socially know any Chinese, Harkar, Tartar, or Mongolian in Sydney, it is ha...
  5710. ...ee how hi* daughters can be “ belles of the Anglo-Chinese com- munity.” Quong Tart (properly Quong Mo.v) is...
  5711. ...e dates back a trifle of 2000 years or so. Re the Chinese Consul-Generalship, I fancy if a Consul- General ...
  5712. ...e added, was not unique *** . * Jimmy Ah Foo, the Chinese publican of Longreach (Q.) is gradually acquiring...
  5713. ... like iron,” is apparently losing ground over the Chinese trouble, and even the Tory press now talks of his...
  5714. ...s. crowd. A few fig- ures on the opium trade. One Chinese storekeeper in Brisbane pays in opium duty betwee...
  5715. ...all horse meetings shortly. » • * * A IG-year-old Chinese half-caste lad, rejoicing in the out-of-the-way n...
  5716. ... nick,” as his elder brother, Otto Kong Sing, the Chinese sol’-'tor, was, during hispupilage at Newington C...
  5717. ...ry. * * * * J. Murphy : “Passing a South Brisbane Chinese fruit-shop on St. Patrick’s day was astonished to...
  5718. ... rapid rendering of ‘ Kil- larney ’on (ye gods) a Chinese fiddle. Curiously entering, I found the artist to...
  5719. ...he Bulletin : “ Annie Ah P,” writing in praise of Chinese husbands reminds one of France :—“ Annette, do yo...
  5720. ...aste girl for himself, reminds me of a well-to-do Chinese storekeeper who married a “ crooked ” pretty girl...
  5721. ..., and the unmistakable smoked odour of everything Chinese. This riotous creature loudly abused the mission ...
  5722. ... “Never knew until the other day why nearly every Chinese ‘merchant’s’ shop has a clock which agrees virtua...
  5723. ...ical temper broke loose. In English, in Dutch, in Chinese, in Malay, he cursed them and their ancestors til...
  5724. ...necessary to do so, I should take the squadron to Chinese waters in spite of all the Premiers of Australasi...
  5725. ...igh compared with Australia, for writer remembers Chinese dealers in the North who would give you from twen...
  5726. ...stakably “almond-eyed” extraction (either Jap. or Chinese), whereupon, glancing at sig- nature on receipt, ...
  5727. ...” aren’t neces- sarily “ pathetic.” They are only Chinese. Dear B. —He that uninteresting cable about Lord ...
  5728. ...et your own country- men ?” he was asked—“ plenty Chinese carpenters in Narandera.” “No feah,” said John, ;...
  5729. ...m young and hale. For years past it ap- pears the Chinese coterie has been pushing in all its members who w...
  5730. ... Chow in China, and even a bit ahead of the usual Chinese camp life in Austra- lia, and had it not been for...
  5731. ...n Austra- lia, and had it not been for about 7000 Chinese charging down in a body on the institution and ma...
  5732. ...nd there are more than that number of naturalised Chinese in theward. So your inference is probably wrong. ...
  5733. ... is being made in Perth (W.A.) by the lower-class Chinese to establish a branch of their infamous Yee Hing ...
  5734. ... of billets for mem- bers of the society, and any Chinese cook, house- servant, or gardener outside the pal...
  5735. ...eeds of the levies made on the mem- bers, and the Chinese im- perial authorities regard the Yee Hing as so ...
  5736. ...o belong to it entails, capital punish- ment. The Chinese merchants of Perth, knowing that the Yee Hing, if...
  5737. ...ly furnished suburban mansion to sew for the poor Chinese. They dub themselves Gleaners, and aH the little ...
  5738. ...charities. T’other day, in a Bakblox (Q.) town, a Chinese shopkeeper was solicited for a subscrip- tion to ...
  5739. ... and crushed in an ordinary (i.e., extraordinary) Chinese mill, consisting of a flat millstone, with a wood...
  5740. ...ften are Music —for the man who finds them Music. Chinese Music is Musio for the Chinese, though 'the Chine...
  5741. ... finds them Music. Chinese Music is Musio for the Chinese, though 'the Chinese scale has but five notes. Th...
  5742. ...inese Music is Musio for the Chinese, though 'the Chinese scale has but five notes. The modern European sys...
  5743. ...Dick Jordon when looking for Gee-Hing copy in the Chinese camp. De- tective M‘Manamey, however, who was at ...
  5744. ...ug, formerly | f/. head of the Tsung-li-Yamou. or Chinese f ■/', Council on Foreign Affairs, now proves to ...
  5745. ...of tailings running from 1 to 3oz. available from Chinese old work- ings. Great Heavens ! John leaving 3oz....
  5746. ...eatre Royal. The house-boat scene appeals loudly— Chinese lanterns, crimson carpets, window-cur- tains, gay...
  5747. ...m. ” * * i * Apropos “J. Murphy’s” musical Irish- Chinese family (writes a bakblox correspondent), J once k...
  5748. ...ng cards and boozing, by the light of candles and Chinese-lanterns. Different as was the expected event, it...
  5749. ...as the omission, in historical mention of certain Chinese Emperors, of part of their prescribed style and t...
  5750. ... recollect that in the Cairns district alone 2400 Chinese make a living, and that two-thirds of these subsi...
  5751. ...hen questioned by the inspector of factories, the Chinese declare that they are receiving the stipulated wa...
  5752. ...ydney D.T. that much of the prejudice against the Chinese rested on illogical bases — that they were law-ab...
  5753. ... would not be produced but for their industry and Chinese half-caste girl, aged IT. Musician and singer. Ph...
  5754. ...st any mitigation of the policy of restriction of Chinese immigration. Now, having numerous friends and acq...
  5755. ...g numerous friends and acquaintances amongst both Chinese and Chinese half-castes, and knowing that the Eur...
  5756. ...riends and acquaintances amongst both Chinese and Chinese half-castes, and knowing that the European mother...
  5757. ... only due to the care and self-sacrifice of their Chinese fathers. The majority of the girls are educated a...
  5758. ... metropolitan district, and I happen to know from Chinese sources that Mr. Fosbery made careful investigati...
  5759. ...uiry as to the prevalence of illegitimacy amongst Chinese half-castes, that, though prob- ably some Chinese...
  5760. ...Chinese half-castes, that, though prob- ably some Chinese half-caste girls have English names, “no women wi...
  5761. ...lf-caste girls have English names, “no women with Chinese names have been registered as the mothers of ille...
  5762. ...alf-castes almost invariably .adopt the paternal (Chinese) surname, it may be taken for granted that illegi...
  5763. ... admission to any lying- in-home on behalf of any Chinese half-caste, or for charitable relief of any kind ...
  5764. ...-caste, or for charitable relief of any kind by a Chinese or Chinese half-caste. The standing figure is a C...
  5765. ...for charitable relief of any kind by a Chinese or Chinese half-caste. The standing figure is a Chinese half...
  5766. ...e or Chinese half-caste. The standing figure is a Chinese half-caste. Has won prizes shearing, and last sea...
  5767. ...tic caution as follows: “The freedom from vice of Chinese half-caste women compares favorably with what is ...
  5768. ...y into the fecundity, fertility, and sterility of Chinese half-caste women both here and in China would wel...
  5769. ...d of morality may be legitimately assumed for the Chinese half-caste women. N.S. Wales. J. A. PHILP. Land o...
  5770. ...s at Vicksburg, they retired Family Group.—Father Chinese, mother Chinese half-caste. Photo., Lemaire, Sydn...
  5771. ...they retired Family Group.—Father Chinese, mother Chinese half-caste. Photo., Lemaire, Sydney. and held a t...
  5772. ...tile pressure, and the rest fell to pieces like a Chinese puzzle. Alone and free, he could have done it—a v...
  5773. ...nest white man, who is also a good bushranger 1 ” Chinese half-caste youth. Won gold medal at Scots College...
  5774. ...M« I ■- parks as Bill Sikes’ sand-bag. Boy—Father Chinese, mother Chinese half-caste Photo., Osborne Bros.,...
  5775. ... Bill Sikes’ sand-bag. Boy—Father Chinese, mother Chinese half-caste Photo., Osborne Bros., Sydney.   While...
  5776. ...in Melbourne. The poorest part of the city is the Chinese quarter. For this do the Melbourne Chinese annual...
  5777. ...is the Chinese quarter. For this do the Melbourne Chinese annually give a carnival in aid of the local char...
  5778. ...e several occasions within the past 120 years the Chinese in Manila have been massacred to a man. Apropos o...
  5779. ... Executive Council from kanakas, blackfellows, or Chinese.” By the same token there never was, is, or will ...
  5780. ...who really knock a living out of the game are the Chinese—and not many of them. Also, it is a very poor liv...
  5781. ..., broad divans. In fact, so nervous was he that a Chinese light-o’-love, hair-bedraggled and blear-eyed, po...
  5782. .... W.) Grammar School. .... Piripi: Dull’s dull in Chinese or elsewhere. You can read heaps of such translat...
  5783. ...i- grant-ship bound for Victoria in 1858 with 300 Chinese on board, having gone ashore and been seized by a...
  5784. ...alised and fixed on new man C.B. : At the latest (Chinese) count there were 8500 Chinese in Victoria .... B...
  5785. .... : At the latest (Chinese) count there were 8500 Chinese in Victoria .... B.E. : “ Divided ” for illustra-...
  5786. ...y and lease it to one of Somers Vine’s nigger and Chinese syndicates (a danger that is always with us) it w...
  5787. ...that he is only “ suffering from the effects of a Chinese plaster applied to the leg four months ago,” and ...
  5788. ...es every sect but its own. * * * * He the eternal Chinese question. The high intelligence of half-bred Chow...
  5789. ...town S. school were taken by hybrid youngsters of Chinese paternity—the pure- bred Europeans coming in a po...
  5790. ...—Mr. Philp’s estimate of the virtue of half-caste Chinese girls is not sus- tained in Victoria. In Melb. es...
  5791. ... especially a fair proportion of the women in the Chinese quarter are half-castes, and as they are more sou...
  5792. ...e Murray country sou tli of Adelaide. * * • • The Chinese of Melbourne, with a view to taking the starch ou...
  5793. ...gled away to Lilly Bluek-st., whilst the 'Austral-Chinese got a cheap run home on the strength of the deal....
  5794. ...conspiracy. The chief witnesses and accusers were Chinese, and the interpretation was so conducted as to in...
  5795. ...dn’t make it clear. Maybe the Y.H., or some other Chinese Mafia has already a good footing, and is able to ...
  5796. ... in the Straits and the rice-countries, and knows Chinese like his own tongue. He was in Aramac hospital fo...
  5797. ...I went up to Kumara, I been ap- pointed an acting Chinese interpreter, it were 1887. I also representing mi...
  5798. ...Kwong Lee’s. Then he was in the employ of various Chinese storekeepers, acting as clerk in one for three ye...
  5799. ...came from, and how much of them was subscribed by Chinese and other foreigners ? Adelaide Observer, as most...
  5800. ...e skeleton of another man. I had equal parties of Chinese and Kanakas, with some few Islanders, working for...
  5801. ...ored alike made the most of this one. All but the Chinese ; they stood about, stolidly uninterested. Even Y...
  5802. ...osed ; but this time there was no skull. Even the Chinese found that surprising ; but when, about a yard fr...
  5803. ... their ex- citement became stupendous ! The whole Chinese contingent escorted the remains to the cookhouse,...
  5804. ...manager in Penang, had once brought bad luck on a Chinese-manned job by having, in spite of warnings, a dau...
  5805. ...—white Australians and Canadians, Malays, Maoris, Chinese, Sikhs, Bengalis, and many other samples— and the...
  5806. ...ould take a swig, and then, after the manner of a Chinese laundryman, spray the mouthful over the bunches o...
  5807. ...hybrid the sterility of the mule. That half-caste Chinese girls are generally well edu- cated, and the boys...
  5808. ...s, He’ll soon be in a nigger’s camp, or taking to Chinese. Now, look at that here slut of mine ! She isn’t ...
  5809. ...stay with white men for ten shillings a week when Chinese are offering fifteen!” Wherefore the Cairns Farme...
  5810. ...r up with intent to see if they cannot euchre the Chinese.” Poor, poor Cairns ! Not only does it takeoff it...
  5811. ...ons Aus- tralians would be lost among 400 million Chinese, and the blessings of majority-rule wouldn’t appe...
  5812. ...r closer proximity to Europe. , “ Texas ” : Re no Chinese making money out of tobacco in Australia. On this...
  5813. ...ensland Govt.’s complaint to South Australia that Chinese are in the habit of overlanding from the Northern...
  5814. ...lored lepers isolated on Friday Island, while all Chinese infected with the disease are sent back to their ...
  5815. ...ricultural areas such progress has been made that Chinese capi- talists can afford to hire kanakas at 15s. ...
  5816. ...nd set at rest a point doubtful in Aus- tralia. A CHINESE PUZZLE. INTRTPRETER : “He says he left his shovel...
  5817. ... the Premier of South Australia, re the influx of Chinese from the latter pro- vince into Bananaland re Cam...
  5818. ... goes to con- siderable trouble in his defence of Chinese immi- gration and racial inter-marriages. But, th...
  5819. ...his planet. And in this light the vitality of the Chinese and the fertility of their half-castes are only s...
  5820. ... kind of altar surmounted by a stone covered with Chinese remarks— probably complimentary. At each of the f...
  5821. ...redjto the memory ” or “ R.1.P.” But if all these Chinese epitaphs come before the trustees what a time the...
  5822. ...arket offices. For household decora- tion we have Chinese, Japanese, and Indian fans, textiles, and gew-gaw...
  5823. ....”: What disgusts me more than anything about the Chinese gambling-shops is the regular indulgence by white...
  5824. ...among his countrymen, Mr. Philp's contention that Chinese educate their children better than whites is all ...
  5825. .... redwood for fractured limbs with fragments of a Chinese fairy-tale, or reminiscences of gold-hunting on t...
  5826. ...yed our exit from this city.” Hertz appeared at a Chinese (as well as the local British) theatre, and there...
  5827. ...» * » Concerning the frequency of suicide amongst Chinese prisoners in Australian prisons, “ Timi ” writes ...
  5828. ...lian prisons, “ Timi ” writes to The Bulletin The Chinese, of all the alien races in Australia—and I includ...
  5829. ...iefly accountable for the proneness to suicide of Chinese convicts. This isolation increases the terrors of...
  5830. ...t would he a simple act of humanity to permit the Chinese to serve their sentences in some central prison w...
  5831. ...ly hooks-on to a speaker of any alien tongue —bar Chinese —and is specially delighted if the lingo happens ...
  5832. ...xtract of Malt. Aboriginalities. Re the influx of Chinese into Queensland : *' I saw twenty-eight live and ...
  5833. ...sland : *' I saw twenty-eight live and three dead Chinese,” writes a Northern traveller, “between Avon Down...
  5834. ... and Brunette Downs. The first I found dead was a Chinese boy—dead in the gidya, from fever and cold. At Co...
  5835. ... the cases in dispute concern Cingalese, kanakas, Chinese, Syrians, or hybrids. In witness whereof also Joh...
  5836. ... as velvet. At Shanghai she is put into a bastard Chinese dress—the upper half correct, and the lower half ...
  5837. ...n on a river steamer, and placed in a room in the Chinese portion of the boat. The match-board parti- tions...
  5838. ...hthalmia. Luckily she does not yet know enough of Chinese to un- derstand the foul remarks made about her b...
  5839. ...willing respect.” “ But the Dutchmen say that you Chinese like them better than the Javanese do ? ” “Sampaa...
  5840. ...s with acts we have to do—not motives ; and as we Chinese are perhaps the most constitutionally cruel race ...
  5841. ...tama- rinds, and burly little jars of unspeakable Chinese preserves. “ No ! Well, we remember—let. who will...
  5842. ... better than a fair face.” Is a cow better than a Chinese orchestra? What is the use of comparing things Na...
  5843. ...reat from the C.S.R. Co. to flood the market with Chinese and Javanese sugars brings the stubborn grower to...
  5844. ...secured the fresh-fish trade of Thursday, and the Chinese, who had previously run the business, de- parted....
  5845. ...le through the heart of the city to the shop of a Chinese friend. He arrived there dying, yet that Chow had...
  5846. ...ingston for saying that he knew nothing about the Chinese who were swagging it from Port Darwin (N.T.) to C...
  5847. ...the matter of the Torres Straits Pilot. Also, the Chinese cry against Jap. competition is again heard in th...
  5848. ...they had seen a certain man throw a stone at some Chinese, only to be contradicted within five minutes by t...
  5849. ...on, Lond. Times man, the other day, at his little Chinese house off Legation-street, Pekin. Con- versation ...
  5850. ...pledge. Tas. mines now employ 5016 whites and 262 Chinese. White increase over last year, 1036 ; Chinese de...
  5851. ...62 Chinese. White increase over last year, 1036 ; Chinese decrease, 64. Nobody seems to know’ where these 6...
  5852. ... his judges. * * * * Through the exertions of the Chinese Australian Herald an enquiry is being held into t...
  5853. ...onviction of larceny by the Parramatta Bench of a Chinese named Ah Pat. A constable found the Chow in posse...
  5854. ...office are now all nearly blind, and wear curious Chinese-looking glasses of various sorts, and not one of ...
  5855. ...erest... Selwyn : Seem admirably calculated for a Chinese news- paper of B.C. 384 A.A.G. : Poor “ Printer ’...
  5856. ... minutes! Between Ist Jan. and 31st May, 1898, 90 Chinese arrived in Victoria from Tasmania, as against 49 ...
  5857. ...edilections of this class of justices. Should the Chinese embroglio culminate in war, and Russia choose to ...
  5858. ...blic—that might be at once attended to. Scores of Chinese market-gardeners bring loads of vegetable to Belm...
  5859. ...course. * * * * “ The frequency of suicides among Chinese prisoners” (writes the travelled “Von Kotze ” to ...
  5860. ...was in full blast, about 10 years ago, a batch of Chinese laborers, who had deserted from the plantations a...
  5861. ...o with the movement of the hulk. After that, with Chinese cases, punish- ment followed delinquency without ...
  5862. ...ans. Officially disclosed that S.A. Govt, employs Chinese, at a wage running down to Is. a day in the North...
  5863. ...Well, so’s Aunty!” “T.P.” : From intermarriage of Chinese and Australians what improvement can be ex- pecte...
  5864. ... docile aliens are settling, already contains 500 Chinese and 300 kanakas —not a bad muster for a new, raw ...
  5865. ...w or a Chinky got the job of washing clothes. The Chinese question is not one of morality. That you have ne...
  5866. ...use more highly still. A Chow near Brisbane has a Chinese wife. Has also surrounded his house with a tall g...
  5867. ...ickshas with a newly-arrived young doctor (of the Chinese customs) when he, being in the Lad, stopped his m...
  5868. ...gements of the court seen to. Perhaps the largest Chinese owner of freehold estate in Australia is Ah Chee,...
  5869. ...n who advocates the immigration of a few thousand Chinese gardeners to grow vegetables at a reasonable pric...
  5870. ...orgets that their present dearness is because the Chinese have been so long in unrestricted competition wit...
  5871. ...bles is restricted, and prices are raised. If the Chinese are kept out, whites will come into the business ...
  5872. ...t. One of the greatest economic objections to the Chinese is that they monopolise the occupations best suit...
  5873. ...tal pictures quite sufficient to their needs. The Chinese are similarly satisfied at this day—making one ma...
  5874. ...n.— “ J. A.P.” would introduce into N.S.W. 10,000 Chinese cheap vegetable growers. Personally, I consider t...
  5875. ...es, like so many other industries; but as long as Chinese competition exists, improvement is impossible exc...
  5876. ...isters are strange mixtures —English, German, and Chinese names pre- dominating. A Castiemaine “show,” the ...
  5877. ...:— “I am told that the daughter of a high (white) Chinese-official who ran away with a married (yellow) hou...
  5878. ...ve than issue invitations for another massacre on Chinese soil. “At that ‘ Ministering Angels ’ bazaar, in ...
  5879. ...requented a Brisbane suburb where there were many Chinese gardeners, who all feared him. While orating from...
  5880. ...rating from his wood-cart one day, Dan observed a Chinese slinking by him and felt called upon to re-assure...
  5881. ... demand for legislation effective enough to check Chinese irruptions, ejaculated savagely, “Only way is to ...
  5882. ...proposal will be a Socialistic step forward. Some Chinese residents of Tasmania waited on Attorney-General ...
  5883. ...ssitous borrower what was freely accorded to this Chinese lady ? Yet that’s practi- cally all a well-framed...
  5884. ...* * “It is possible for any Chinaman, or even any Chinese woman, to become a deity by paying for the honor....
  5885. ...” element is reckoned to leaven the whole lump. A Chinese, at Melb. city police-court, re- cently, answered...
  5886. ...ench of sanctity. Let us send missionaries to the Chinese ! * * * » Standing by an open grave in a big ceme...
  5887. ...g that it is about time they were pole-axed ! Ihe Chinese Fook Shin Yong, or Good Work Society of Townsvill...
  5888. ... assist- ance to remove to China the bones of 110 Chinese COMING EVENTS. LITTLE BILLY (who attends funeral ...
  5889. ...to cost about ,£3OO, and all those who died under Chinese name will be carefully con- signed to their relat...
  5890. ...ntary fiction, skilfully woven and supported by a Chinese docu- ment and sworn affidavit. During a recent s...
  5891. ...ast 25 years, all the time struggling against the Chinese invasion—fighting, struggling for a miserable exi...
  5892. ...y the score. “ Von Kotze ” on J. A. Philp and the Chinese question : It is bad to suffer from pet-theory on...
  5893. ...rain. S. A. Philp asserts that he never advocated Chinese immigra- tion at all. Well, if he didn’t do so di...
  5894. ...e inference was unescapeable. He says, “ that the Chinese market gardeners are not equal to the supply of v...
  5895. ...lly a capital argument for my contention. Exclude Chinese, and the wages rise ! More than even I ever dared...
  5896. ... yellow hybrid. Lastly, the liking or dislike for Chinese is not a matter of taste, but of healthy racial i...
  5897. ...recent N.S. Wales election the proprietors of the Chinese Australian Herald received this note from a Bathu...
  5898. ...ianity is a wondrous thing! Ihe Maitland (N.S.W.) Chinese mission (Maitland has got the Chinese mission ver...
  5899. ...nd (N.S.W.) Chinese mission (Maitland has got the Chinese mission very bad indeed) is still struggling in t...
  5900. ...up at the last series of special services. As the Chinese minister didn't happen to be there,” a European r...
  5901. ...ich followed was not at all satisfactory, and the Chinese took up their baskets and went forth to hawk the ...
  5902. ...rblasts, copied into a Dunedin paper : “ That the Chinese are in- variably courteous to women ; that her pe...
  5903. ...imple- minded.” And now, being convinced that the Chinese are a nation of Galahads, one wants to know what ...
  5904. ...th America, 150 in India, and 250 in Hongkong and Chinese ports. As they are still on the increase the auth...
  5905. ...n totalled thusly Polynesians, 8344 ; Japs, 2675; Chinese, 7795; Javanese, 476; other Asiatics, 913. Total ...
  5906. ...ve its customary horns in Armageddon. *** . * The Chinese of Sydney, “ Clistian ” and pagan alike, recently...
  5907. ...en. In the latter capacity he was a terror to the Chinese. His salary as London secretary is <£7oo, with a ...
  5908. ...ould like to know why do you call the unfortunate Chinese people “ Chows ’’ in the fraud of a paper called ...
  5909. ...l print', or rather publish, bad things about the Chinese in the paper. Although lam an Australian, learnin...
  5910. ..., I have been almost all through China (which the Chinese which are known as a very kind race of people), h...
  5911. ...rpc/cts? fact £e/fer, 1 ■ 6u^t !? eSS ff 7 Ce ■ A Chinese mob at“ Pekm stoned Mr.. Mortimer, a member of th...
  5912. ... and true-blue Presbyterianism while builders and Chinese contractors carted the sand away from Ocean Beach...
  5913. ...ic. Assembly, to get a condition inserted against Chinese cooks being employed on pilot-vessels. The pilots...
  5914. ... and wife. Which is just as strictly logical as a Chinese opera. If the old woman has quarrelled with the o...
  5915. ...* J. A. Philp to Thbi Bulletin : Von Kotze’s :mti-Chinese logic is “chop” logic. He says that the relations...
  5916. ...hop” logic. He says that the relationship between Chinese exclusion and the increased price of vegetables i...
  5917. ...ment for his contention—that the exclusion of the Chinese means higher wages. Admitted so far, but can’t he...
  5918. ...o far, but can’t he see that my contention is “No Chinese, no vegetables at all”? — i.e., that under the ar...
  5919. ...S. Wales experience is that the fields tackled by Chinese fossiekers are too poor to attract white miners, ...
  5920. ... Maoriland —once a working miner himself and anti-Chinese to the finger-tips—publicly stated the other day ...
  5921. ...but for the gold fossicked out of old workings by Chinese. He certainly did not regard the Chinkie as a “ c...
  5922. ...s in the ballet 40 years ago, and is married to a Chinese gentleman. “ Melb.” : A Bourke-street bookseller ...
  5923. ...rosy or Confucian con- fusion. Although she had a Chinese Restriction Act with a poll-tax, she denied that ...
  5924. ...der that Privy Council decision, prevent a single Chinese, Japanese, Javanese, or, if they wished, Kanaka, ...
  5925. ...., cannot allay the Australian maidens’ fever for Chinese mission fields. Ten more have just had a send-off...
  5926. ...n, come’n arsk fur it.’ ” Speaking of Chinamen, a Chinese cook lately left his situation m a highly elevate...
  5927. ... elevated Sydney family to become sub-editor of a Chinese journal in this city. Four days later he came bac...
  5928. ...ial Office, with incredible folly, wanted to send Chinese Gordon to Maoriland, as Dictator. This was only c...
  5929. ...ean planter was fined 20d0dol -. for branding his Chinese coolies with a red-hot iron. Evidence showed that...
  5930. ...o 125 years, absolutely toothless, and with usual Chinese custom of emphasising sentences as if abusing lis...
  5931. ...d at all! All these men are ciever conjurors. Two Chinese lottery “banks” in Lillybucle- stleet put the shu...
  5932. ...use, and now met by the grow- ing- competition of Chinese, and what is falsely named charitable laundries. ...
  5933. ...ctetif riuiwj Ad) 1 . A/tiftwife I {post 1 "■ THE CHINESE CRISIS. f LONDON Friday.— Since the Dowager Empre...
  5934. ...and—we will now take up a collection m aid of the Chinese inland missions. • * * * At Sydney, Mrs. Quong Ta...
  5935. ...t he no speaka ver mooch; and Sun Johnson, of the Chinese Herald, gave out that Bohemia was a land situate ...
  5936. ... in mis- fortune not being reckoned first amongst Chinese virtues, it can easily be imagined that “ the woo...
  5937. ... then, the China-grabbers don’t mean to drive the Chinese out of their country. Much better to make soldier...
  5938. ... the solitary confinement T.B.P. : One injury the Chinese do the community is to make despicable certain oc...
  5939. ...own doctors think theM.M. was genuine?.... J.P. : Chinese opium-smokers in Australia who are desir- ous of ...
  5940. ...ing photo, shows the wooden collar as used by the Chinese for a punishment. It is a more severe infliction ...
  5941. ...ollar, which is considerable, the unfortunate THE CHINESE MASHER COLLAR. Photo., Afong, Hongkong.   Departm...
  5942. ..., what was the good of turning over the estate to Chinese officials, when such deserving residuary legatees...
  5943. ...ng will judge his pudding by his eating, however. Chinese cabinet-makers are not averse to the special stam...
  5944. ...-makers are not averse to the special stamping of Chinese-made furniture. Said one, “Supposin’ Misser Leid,...
  5945. ...d lives only by wharf- lumping and playing in the Chinese lottery. A stranger can find his way into town si...
  5946. ... Queensland-China. Cairns isn’t in it! There is a Chinese Consul, and a brass joss of very considerable san...
  5947. ...tor of the local paper. He, being an enemy of the Chinese, wasn’t in- vited. ■ * . * * ‘ * ’ There is a rai...
  5948. ...Sargood moved, unsuccess- fully, that the present Chinese exclusion regu- lations should be altogether abol...
  5949. ...tian ” Chinkies. Present writer visited a wealthy Chinese at his elegantly-furnished villa where he lives w...
  5950. ... Dear Bulletin.— Re'S. A. Philp’s instance of the Chinese boy who gained Scots College medal for most popul...
  5951. ... without cab- bage, then. And as soon as the last Chinese market-gardener has filed out, I'll take up the b...
  5952. ...Way Lee, the English wife of Adelaide’s principal Chinese, has-been in the first set at the Mayor’s ball. W...
  5953. ... OF THE NATIONALITY. KIND SHEPHERD : “Nice little Chinese boy, eh, John?” JOHN : “ Him no Chinese; him go S...
  5954. ...ce little Chinese boy, eh, John?” JOHN : “ Him no Chinese; him go Sunday-school, learny cursey swear, mash ...
  5955. ...ot over two years’ absence during that period. No Chinese or imported nigger need apply under any condition...
  5956. ...orthos” on J. A. Philp’s defence of the influx of Chinese to Australia on the ground that, under arid condi...
  5957. ...to the difference between the earnings of the few Chinese gardeners, and those needed to support Europeans,...
  5958. ...t (M.L.) goldfields would be deserted but for the Chinese—what of that? The pro- vince would simply be purc...
  5959. ...n) with the small profit made from miserably paid Chinese swaggers. Perhaps the real reason of the hideous ...
  5960. ... still tongue makes a strong head. The sum of the Chinese-vegetable con- troversy appears to The Bulletin t...
  5961. ...wn bit of vegetables when he can. Yet Ah Sue, the Chinese fossicker whose head was battered in near Bendigo...
  5962. ... suddenly de- clined to become responsible—with a Chinese crew —for the safety of 1500 lives and 1,000,000 ...
  5963. ...Chinamen, in the seventies, as too poor. Also, if Chinese were en- tirely removed now from “ abandoned ” go...
  5964. ...a man of phenomenally-mixed blood. He is son of a Chinese, and his mother’s father was son of a Hindoo fath...
  5965. ...ns him. From this stage it is a short step to the Chinese quarter. —Veldt (’Frisco). * * * * “S.S.” : A Sun...
  5966. ... there have been a couple of extensive strikes of Chinese and Malay workmen, and there has been a little “ ...
  5967. ...or who ever had his election-addresses printed in Chinese and circulated among his yellow con- stituents. T...
  5968. ...) credit. Solution of unemployed difficulty learn Chinese, and become private secretary to some slant-eyed ...
  5969. ...b. The blob of paint is said to be intended for a Chinese lantern. In his “Portrait of My Cousin, ” a dark ...
  5970. ... is not a large consumption of rice, excepting by Chinese. A fluty of £3 per ton is rather stiff, but still...
  5971. ...y that almost every patch that has been worked by Chinese would have been worked by whites, if left; and th...
  5972. ...ar sight to see whites tackle a show abandoned by Chinese. There are now whole tracts on these tin fields e...
  5973. ... the N. Ter itory with a European population, the Chinese being prohibited. A large extent of country, plen...
  5974. ...he word of more than one eminent surgeon that the Chinese patients are among the cleanest who come to the h...
  5975. ...how many are cribbed. One day she interviewed her Chinese gardener about five: missing oranges—her piercing...
  5976. ... nightly in the Garden of Gethsemane, lit up with Chinese lan- terns. The Kaiser’s trip, however, was all b...
  5977. ...wledge is ample and his touch sure. The lights on Chinese character in “ A Golden Shanty ” and “ Mr. and Mr...
  5978. ...but a Pat is a Chinaman (? abbreviation of paddy, Chinese-used for rice). A spieler or yuy-a-whack is a pro...
  5979. ...rlia- ment has at last succeeded in replacing the Chinese curator of Croydon courthouse by a white woman. I...
  5980. ...oomed to one day become part of the reconstructed Chinese Empire. The Vic. police, whose proposed rise of f...
  5981. ...e is occasion—is there not? —for us to regard the Chinese as barbarous on account of their prac- tice of pu...
  5982. ...ernon as a despotic form of Ko-Ko, and Lauri as a Chinese lessee of the local tea- shop ; also the French M...
  5983. ..., aged about 13, is called Olive Nie Tom. Father, Chinese ; mother, half-caste. Aqe advt. : “ Wanted, board...
  5984. ...r gets sandwiched in between a big battle and the Chinese question. The sooner the improvement you speak of...
  5985. ...val prominent Celestials undertook to pro- vide a Chinese procession in costume, the charity committee payi...
  5986. ... probate-duty. He died the same night. Verily the Chinese do not pay much towards the Government of the lep...
  5987. ...ings about Englishmen, Irish, Scots, Australians, Chinese and niggers And nine- tenths of the letters of we...
  5988. ..., two aborigi- nals, one Cingalee. “ There are no Chinese lepers in Queens- land,” say the Government apolo...
  5989. ...hes principally among those races that hang about Chinese shops in the Q. sugar towns. The report of the Br...
  5990. ...een me at that time you would have taken me for a Chinese, my skin was so yellow. Only I had not the almond...
  5991. ...s so yellow. Only I had not the almond eyes, many Chinese would have looked Europeans beside me. The compla...
  5992. ...white man. In Japtown (the Easterners’ quarters), Chinese children by the dozen play about all day long in ...
  5993. ...g in the heat. The gold, fields are all worked by Chinese labor, and hun- dreds of Chinese fossick about th...
  5994. ...re all worked by Chinese labor, and hun- dreds of Chinese fossick about the old alluvial claims; fifty pear...
  5995. ...few market-riggers bought a lot of mines from the Chinese for about £17,000, and then sub-divided these pro...
  5996. ...ey like, they are still the same £17,000 worth of Chinese gold-mine, and apparently not likely to pay inter...
  5997.  
  5998. 1899
  5999. ...e buyers call themselves pyrites- merchants. Some Chinese do good business in illicit gold buying. Many min...
  6000. ...em. Where there was no water to cause trouble the Chinese had been at work and had left very little behind ...
  6001. ...n tones of bitter disappointment, in- formed Vic. Chinese Missionary Society, the other day, that the relig...
  6002. ...ly convex at the sole and flat on top, not unlike Chinese bathing-shoes. They are still to be found, and th...
  6003. ...d law, which stops him from getting piece-work at Chinese rates as ho aid formerly, the bench over Hows wit...
  6004. ...oes a get To foreign parts.   “ Yang Anyut ” : Re Chinese power of dying at will. When I was living, as a b...
  6005. ...rtake John, but, upon seeking information from my Chinese nurse, 1 found that the victim had merely sat on ...
  6006. ...the under- taker’s little bill, for, according to Chinese custom, John would be compelled to give his siste...
  6007. .... Various Verses. [FOR THE BULLETIN.] A sarcastic Chinese yarn goes that when man was created his brains we...
  6008. ...in. Is. bottles. Made in London * Melbourne has a Chinese Quaker. “ Heaven is a remote colony of the Church...
  6009. ...d lady left in the same boat. Sam then solved the Chinese question—or at least made a suggestion— , For he ...
  6010. ...estorer. Large bottles Is. everywhere. * Thus the Chinese Australian Herald (Kwong Yick Wah Bo) re Australa...
  6011. ...wn countrymen : “ He is only an Irish- man 1 ” We Chinese can see that the ambition of Britain to rule the ...
  6012. ...e greater matters privately. We wish that all the Chinese may know that we are speaking to you, so that if ...
  6013. ...d at the Queen’s elbow, and can tell her that the Chinese in Australia think that the Imperial policy of Br...
  6014. ... Pritchard Morgan is said to have come out of the Chinese scramble loaded to the neck with mining and railw...
  6015. ..., COLLARS, STIFFENED AND IRON IN 11BST FRBNCH WAY CHINESE PLUMS fIiVEN To Add Customer. A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEX...
  6016. ...e expected of a pro- vince that, in the matter of Chinese, persists in remaining the dirty back-door of Aus...
  6017. ... red cent for mere windy disputation. • • * • The Chinese Australian Herald issues as a New Year (Chinese) ...
  6018. ...e Chinese Australian Herald issues as a New Year (Chinese) supplement an array of greetings from leading Sy...
  6019. ...d a good appointment in connection with the Anglo-Chinese Railway TYeaty, or something to that effect. Dr. ...
  6020. ... but neither pre- sents even a glimmering of true Chinese character; and vet with the opportunities our com...
  6021. ...rily be most agonising. The suffering entailed in Chinese-girls’ foot-constriction, also, is awful, yet mil...
  6022. ...sed a w’ily scheme for “ saving his face,’ as the Chinese expression goes. His whole career has been one of...
  6023. ...led in this fashion : “ Our contemporary lives on Chinese advertisements. . . . It couldn’t last a month if...
  6024. ... gone to the I lowery Land to see if he can’t get Chinese railway-sleeper contracts for the Forrests’ timbe...
  6025. ...heir “ fence,” and the bench at once waxed wroth. Chinese dealers are always willing to buy a few grains at...
  6026. ...st investment is made.” ( * * * ♦ Ah Do, the boss Chinese storekeeper on the Burdekin (Q.) is the owner of ...
  6027. ...e reputation of being a sure trier every time. He Chinese and sport it-is not generally known that Sydney’s...
  6028. ...rglar that wasn’t likely to be there. • * * * The Chinese of Sydney are just now in the qhroes of a “ good ...
  6029. ...k.” sent writer asked one of the most enlightened Chinese in Syd- ney if lie had contributed. “ Yes,” was t...
  6030. ...offor you laugh?” Some years ago one of the large Chinese secret societies in Sydney decided to disband, an...
  6031. ...hours. Some wanted to make a present of ic to the Chinese newspaper as a recom- pense to its proprietors fo...
  6032. ...ly proper way to spend the money was to produce a Chinese drama of a moral tendency, and that the represent...
  6033. ... longer, but a delicately-toned Oriental bower of Chinese lanterns, gold chrysanthemums, and genuine Jap. d...
  6034. ...fect. At Golden Point (Vic.), Lee May, an eminent Chinese physician, being suspected of “putting away” a fa...
  6035. ... 2s. Sold everywhere.* “ Yarrum ” : Used to think Chinese didn’t beg, but in this (Illawarra) district, the...
  6036. ...sy. Is a “ Clistian,” too. Why doesn’t the female Chinese missionary take him in hand ! Royal Agricultural ...
  6037. ...nsumers. At Port Douglas (N.Q.), the other day, a Chinese witness declared he was unable to read his own ac...
  6038. ...they had all been bought out of the mortgage on a Chinese Joss House ! Mr. Dolman, who will be remembered a...
  6039. ...erm of service as N.S.W. hangman. Which gives one Chinese to about eleven of all other nationalities simila...
  6040. ...o a competitor, who is, in fact, “ a full-blooded Chinese.” The fact that he is also “a matriculated studen...
  6041. ...Druid.” The question as to whether a full-blooded Chinese is necessarily a superior person to a half-caste,...
  6042. ...ious Australian Governments which have ranked the Chinese as an inferior race, and are not likely to be con...
  6043. ...e high intelligence and warbling abilities of one Chinese in particular. On official showing, The Bulletin’...
  6044. ...e.” Lee. Young, supposed to be Australia’s oldest Chinese resident, died at Ballarat East on 26th Feb., age...
  6045. ... sq. miles ; population, 70,000,000. Among’ Anglo-Chinese the scheme is laughed at, but little “ Prit.” is ...
  6046. ... a desperado as a Sunday-school teacher is like a Chinese comedian. A “ Christian Clergyman ” writes to Bri...
  6047. ...een me at that time you would have taken me for a Chinese, my skin was so yellow. Only I had not the almond...
  6048. ...s so yellow. Only I had not the almond eyes, many Chinese would have looked Europeans beside me. The compla...
  6049. ...mpanied Supt. Sander- son atthequellingof theanti-Chinese riots at Lamb- ing Flat, away back in the early 6...
  6050. ...ou send me letter at once in Condobolin Loong Lee Chinese Store, if you no wanted can you reply answer obli...
  6051. ...f with thunder is not altogether lost. The Cairns Chinese assembled lately in their chief joss-house and de...
  6052. ...as got. Letter received by the proprietors of the Chinese Australian Herald : — I have received your excell...
  6053. ...t smellful condition. Nearly all the mills employ Chinese cooks only. Water is often stag- nant, and mixed ...
  6054. ...ad—shot, etc.—and coins of all realms—in- cluding Chinese ‘ cash.’ ” This is called a partial clean —a full...
  6055. ...y the new trustees Allan Hut- chinson’s bust of a Chinese was submitted for sale ; but the newly-appointed ...
  6056. ...agle employs a special to closelv watch the local Chinese stores and note the Europeans who deal there. The...
  6057. ...hows, and the result is that already half-a-score Chinese storekeepers have been com- pelled to clear out. ...
  6058. ...ly paper " .A.L.O. : Who was it? We don’t publish Chinese puzzles. They are generally loaded H.S.P. : Humor...
  6059. ...when “ Aunty ” is at the pub., or too drunk), and Chinese dens (for European and Australian types as well a...
  6060. ...ens (for European and Australian types as well as Chinese—the variety of types and feminine beauty would su...
  6061. ...tolia; teach lillee boy Sunday-school.” Veritable Chinese •essence of Anglican ritual 1 • * * * Religious c...
  6062. ...shrieking like schoolboys was not infrequent. The Chinese joke is usually practical, and often turns on the...
  6063. ... : Regret only par.-value for us 6xB : Nothing in Chinese rhyme X. : Thanks : that’s just what we’ve been t...
  6064. ...ing the past nine months three speculators owning Chinese names have drawn £5817 10s. from Tatt.’s consulta...
  6065. ...vy training ; the whitest among them was a little Chinese, whose nationality was hard to dis- tinguish when...
  6066. ...to about 50s. Owing to the fact that nearly every Chinese tradesman in Melbourne is in the furni- ture biz,...
  6067. ...ers are the Straits Settlements, worked mostly by Chinese. Now, without digging up once more the sadly-batt...
  6068. ...sents them as demure and seri- ous as a parcel of Chinese missionaries. “Sas,” Williams and even Yin- cent ...
  6069. ... of father and f.our brothers. “Melbourne’s dozen Chinese she-missionaries are berthed in a>big terrace-hou...
  6070. ...is, the big, bare building went into ecstasies of Chinese lanterns and laughter, and decorations artfully t...
  6071. ...and immorality in a large European city than in a Chinese city of an equal popula- tion. Our faith has suff...
  6072. ...he screw driver was no good. When travelling on a Chinese railway I never venture to sleep; if I did I shou...
  6073. ...d ; but while this process was going on, a pretty Chinese girl in the stalls jumped up and sereanred out “ ...
  6074. ... country. » * * * Some little time ago an eminent Chinese actor appeared by Imperial command before the Son...
  6075. ...getic proceeding recalls what hap- pened when the Chinese reformer, Kang Yu Way,, thought it advisable, for...
  6076. ...re, and that he (Li), wishing to be polite in the Chinese way, asked his host what salary he drew for his s...
  6077. ...ductive of nothing better than the exclusion of “ Chinese and other Asiatic and African aliens” from those ...
  6078. ...one. In Mackay, Q., recently, the police raided a Chinese gambling den, but only to find the place empty of...
  6079. ...e] y decorated them, wt f u rtk , y - ea , r wore Chinese lanterns instead of hats ; the third year had pan...
  6080. ... you for “Assistant Clergy Fund,” “Mission to the Chinese,” &c., will forget that you 6ver lived. Mission t...
  6081. ..., will forget that you 6ver lived. Mission to the Chinese ! —while a good white man dies in an asylum ! —Ro...
  6082. ...aging, “unbeknownst” to the public, the influx of Chinese to the province by allowing the already-settled C...
  6083. ...LSfS Perth, receive tralian Herald, called by the Chinese “ Kwong YikWahBo.” This paper, established 1894, ...
  6084. ...e Australasian colonies, and is taken by over 800 Chinese storekeepers. Any commercial traveller can confir...
  6085. ... money spent in this way as from our advt. in the Chinese Australian Herald ... Many orders have reached us...
  6086. ... of the club are 22 in number, and are printed in Chinese so as not to give offence to-members. The only pe...
  6087. ...there” in a cab, and the horse bolted, injuring a Chinese hawker, and carrying the anxious bridegroom a qua...
  6088. ...ies of the fight between 15,000 European and 5000 Chinese miners. Spicer did 14 months in gaol for his ex- ...
  6089. ...ike the subdued explosion of an endless string of Chinese crackers. So Kessler felt very lonesome indeed, a...
  6090. ... may join later, or assist), the S.M. Herald, the Chinese Herald, the Freeman’s Journal, the Dawn, and the ...
  6091. ...andi- date. But they, the miners aforesaid, hired Chinese to carry their swags to the wharf, at Chinese pri...
  6092. ...red Chinese to carry their swags to the wharf, at Chinese prices, while the white carriers looked on. After...
  6093. ... Child Equilibriest and Juggler; THE ALLAS BROS., Chinese Acrobats ; ROSINA AQUINALDO, the Cuban Contortion...
  6094. ...say, he had pro- bably in him, besides kanaka and Chinese blood a strain of the white Queenslander. However...
  6095. ...all that Fysh ? On the Palmer and the Coen, where Chinese fossiekers swarm'.' leprosy is common enough amon...
  6096. ...gh among th e whites— presurnahly a Iso among the Chinese, but more difficult of discovery from the secrecy...
  6097. ... each member’s book had a label, with his name in Chinese and English. Present scribe wrote his own label, ...
  6098. ...te his own label, and, later on, learned that the Chinese version thereof was “long-haired, spectacled fell...
  6099. ...wears a hat.” I took the trouble to translate the Chinese “names ” on some of the other books. “Solitary bo...
  6100. ... Child Equilibriest and Juggler; THE ALLAS BROS., Chinese Acrobats ; ROSINA AQUINALDO, the Cuban Contortion...
  6101. ... £5,000,000 at the outside. This Bill is simply a Chinese copy of the American Constitution. Wild yell from...
  6102. ...ust as usual. And yet we send missionaries to the Chinese ! * * * * Gov Tennyson (S.A.) is suspected of pla...
  6103. ... even the Govt, roeat-and-bread contractors being Chinese.   DOAN'S BACKACHE KIDNEY PILLS Gradually Gaining...
  6104. ...d himself fortunate if he could have employed the Chinese laundryman to do his washing, instead of doing it...
  6105. ...al Government which runs the show. This Bill is a Chinese copy of the United States Consti- tution. — G. Re...
  6106. ...erri- tory, and its main population at present is Chinese, Japanese, and aboriginal. The term “New Australi...
  6107. ... North con- tinues cheerfully to employ the local Chinese to do its washing and hawk its vegetables. Vote f...
  6108. ...ter lining clothing with “seconds” (B. 15/3/’99). Chinese nearly always have a supply planted on some part ...
  6109. ...e from a white man in the street, make a bee-line Chinese garden, invest the lot in ‘ twang, plas- ter it o...
  6110. ...gestions now fly round. But I am sorry to say the Chinese Hekald has backslidden. An orphanage that deserve...
  6111. ...us is going to be annexed is a remarkable hunk of Chinese vanity. Concerning an interesting Westralian rail...
  6112. ...ss of law in far-out parts.—WERRIMEE. * * * • The Chinese cook and laundryman of a Western goldfield boardi...
  6113. ...ertain officers, did a roaring trade with the 700 Chinese then on the-mines. They issifed fan-tan “gambling...
  6114. ... in a loud voice to -the affrighted, opium - sick Chinese to plead. They would plead and be fined, and £10,...
  6115. ...ey will he the founda- tions of our progress. The Chinese system has meant running along the rich parts of ...
  6116. ...he rich parts of the reefs, discarding all else.” Chinese miners on wages get ss. or 6s. a day. As to Asiat...
  6117. ...e Johnny in order better than the rope’s-end. The Chinese have dis- covered this, just as they have that ot...
  6118. ...sed by the yell, and yells no more. Consequently, Chinese children, never needing to be slapped and banged ...
  6119. ... which, thej' have a chance of growing up, as the Chinese, not being a civilised race, prefer to do their i...
  6120. ...s well as great blowhards. * * * * Nearly all the Chinese in Australasia are from the southern provinces, m...
  6121. ...ovinces to issue no more naturalisation papers to Chinese, yet to make them pay the same taxation as ordina...
  6122. ...in the furniture trade of Sydney, 431 of whom are Chinese and 406 Europeans. The late Ninian Melville, who ...
  6123. ... lived and died in the faith that an Act obliging Chinese to stamp their goods would drive the yellow man o...
  6124. ... suggests the imposition of a JBSO license-fee on Chinese furni- ture-makers, with a limit to the number. •...
  6125. ...illiams was one of the first in Australia to “do” Chinese parts. The old man danced and sang in private up ...
  6126. ...ictoria will probably get the benefit of N.S.W.’s Chinese restriction system many years sooner than they ot...
  6127. ... He also confesses his inability to deal with the Chinese, who are such consummate liars, and are so much a...
  6128. ...ggest. In the Straits there are as many as 12,000 Chinese and other aliens working a single mine, mostly st...
  6129. ... SIGN OF SALVATION. CURATE: “Ah —your friend, the Chinese convert, how is he progressing? ” SHE: “ Wonderfu...
  6130. ...hem, and lowering the wages of shame in the local Chinese camp. Enquiry disclosed that the mother of one ch...
  6131. ...mother of one child disposed of her daughter to a Chinese rag merchant for the price of a jam- boree. It wa...
  6132. ... are two white males and two white females living Chinese-fashion among the people. They are unmarried, and...
  6133. ...did succeed in finding lodgings we found that the Chinese had made much more impres- sion on the seven inma...
  6134. ...e household, three men and four women, dressed in Chinese style, and never by any chance did anything for t...
  6135. ...ing for themselves that could be done for them by Chinese servants. The house- hold is presided over by an ...
  6136. ...hey can thus cheat the Almighty. It re- calls the Chinese custom of putting spurious coins instead of genui...
  6137. ...lows than is mostly the case nowadays. As long as Chinese sailors and stewards are allowed to land without ...
  6138. ...here at present is the employment on the mines of Chinese engine-drivers, most of whom know just enough to ...
  6139. ...of that cheap brand of labor, much favored by the Chinese bosses, have been suspended for two or three mont...
  6140. ...ndered back to civilisation, and practically only Chinese are now em- ployed again. Mr. Rosewarne has been ...
  6141. ...nd and third, black and tan ; fourth, of distinct Chinese caste ; fifth and sixth, white and black respec- ...
  6142. ...orthern China, and be a menace to any part of the Chinese Empire that may fall to the share of Britain. Bec...
  6143. ...n a riding-habit for a canter, when Ah Mooey, the Chinese storekeeper from neighboring town, rides up, and ...
  6144. ...lletin story. Only, as first told, it was about a Chinese Kiora : Chestnut Jay : The Australian province th...
  6145. ...or, in which case special exemptions are allowed. Chinese and Asiatics are shut out. Maximum pension is onl...
  6146. ...rant at his option. . . . The naturalisa- tion of Chinese is no longer permitted. Oeßiflcates of naturalisa...
  6147. ...n town down South t'other day the police raided a Chinese gambling-den. Among the European devotees arreste...
  6148. ...teacher, were found playing fan-tan with a lot of Chinese.” Hereupon the pride of the Sunday School begged ...
  6149. ...osed tax on opium and rice to be collected by the Chinese merchants. The speech covering this proposition w...
  6150. ... The speech covering this proposition was made in Chinese. Then the speaker said in English, for the benefi...
  6151. ...asked Kinder, an Englishman, Engineer-in-Chief of Chinese Rail- ways, why he used American locomotives inst...
  6152. ... approved by him. It was not through a Russian or Chinese scare, as is commonly believed, that the structur...
  6153. ...ngle scavenging' official before an outbreak in a Chinese town. Rodents appear especially susceptible, shee...
  6154. ... nursing and cleanliness, the mortality among the Chinese in the Canton and Hangkow epi- demics averaging 9...
  6155. ...he danger from plague. They are stopping tea from Chinese infected ports in America. Will Australia follow ...
  6156. ...so* with either the Indian draught bullock or the Chinese water-buffalo. Have been chivvied by both, and ho...
  6157. ...mi military British co. which would flood it with Chinese and nigger cheap labor —and said cheap labor woul...
  6158. ... exports. The Master Miners’ Association’, mainly Chinese, has been vigorously objecting to that for months...
  6159. ... however, there have been crushing remarks in the Chinese papers ; and who knows but that some Ctiinese vol...
  6160. ...out are among the curses of civilisation. * * » * Chinese humor. A Sydney trade-sign SOON LEE, FEDERATED AU...
  6161. ...r head—it looked to us like one of those old-time Chinese hats. One man said it was not a woman, but someth...
  6162. ...thfuls of water over them. It, reminded me of the Chinese cooks making iced cakes. The gong sounded again, ...
  6163. ...s for libel. The Amoor River, which separates the Chinese from the Russian Empire, contains in its bed an i...
  6164. ...estminster Abbey and Burlington Arcade, which are Chinese to the majority hereabouts. “T.S.” : It is necess...
  6165. ...y asserted that Q. police are often bribed by the Chinese. The Police Commission now sitting in Brisbane el...
  6166. ...ce of that brilliant ’tec is calcu- lated to mi a Chinese bobby with scorn. The conduct of the erring wife,...
  6167. ...hes and cross-flourishes the thing is a veritable Chinese puzzle, calculated to dazzle the strongest eyesig...
  6168. ... white woman in the main street with a half-caste Chinese child on one side and a ditto black youngster on ...
  6169. ... at the Police Commission that the reason why the Chinese gam bung-dens of Brisbane are never raided now 's...
  6170. ... departmental in- structions were issued that the Chinese were never to be interfered with except by expres...
  6171. ...ome will cover expenditure. “ X.” : My friend the Chinese mer- chant wears European clothes, and prays to t...
  6172. ... people are not cleanly. We have tea shipped from Chinese plague-im- fested ports, sweetened with black-lab...
  6173. ...by sea and land, a poll tax of £lOO be imposed on Chinese and other Asiatics. 13. No further alienation of ...
  6174. ...tz miners and 62 alluvial diggers, of whom 12 are Chinese. Alluvial output, 5780 z., of which a stony' patc...
  6175. ...sh 3, Danish 1, Queens- landers 1, aboriginals 2, Chinese 1, Pacific Islanders 14. Nine came from Mackay. N...
  6176. ...Britain herself has. Thus the Kwo.vo Yick Wau Bo (Chinese- Australian Llkkai.ij) : R r)yi h °!;? thaL !" th...
  6177. ...l ho aor e by. In Australia the British place the Chinese un« er political disabilities and hardships whi«h...
  6178. ... to class a few odds and ends such as a couple of Chinese and an aboriginal as legitimate corpses. The frac...
  6179. ... gor- geous one. Said Mac., the other day, to the Chinese complainant in an assault case, ‘ I don t believe...
  6180. ...vernment’s proposed guarantee of the .£15,000,000 Chinese loan which Pritchard Morgan had fixed up so nicel...
  6181. ...most crying evils in the North. In many parts the Chinese literally own whole tribes of aboriginals, body a...
  6182. ...ally wealthy spieler in Australia is a half-caste Chinese who owns several thousand pounds worth of city pr...
  6183. ...- planation of the continued existence of so many Chinese gainbling-shops, operating pub- licly day and nig...
  6184. ...t reports that there are a considerable number of Chinese dwellings in which games of fan-tan and pak-ah-pu...
  6185. ...ranslation of letter received by proprie- tors of Chinese Australian Herald (Sydney): Dear Cousins. —It is ...
  6186. ... read about Melbourne Cup in it and about all the Chinese being sent out of Queensland, and all of them, me...
  6187. ...ed on sugar, rice tea, molasses, opium, meal, and Chinese oil, coining from the South into the Territory ? ...
  6188. ...en dies, as a strict search would only offend the Chinese. — M.W. Some London dockers went on strike a few ...
  6189. ...itchard Morgan, is said to have got all those big Chinese mineral concessions by reason of occupying “a hig...
  6190. ...man in the cximmunity. (2) There will be a run on Chinese, Kanakas, and Africans—but happily the supply of ...
  6191. ...y. + * m m An incredible item from Singapore. Two Chinese were charged with obstructing and assaulting a po...
  6192. ... obstructing and assaulting a police-officer. The Chinese were dis- charged and the con- stable was allotte...
  6193. .... * » * * Yangan : Re the forensic “ swearing ”of Chinese. I remember once in Bor- neo, when a Chinaman was...
  6194. ... and from the gross figures a big per- centage of Chinese must be subtracted. Apropos of ancient mummers, t...
  6195. .... Before the cover was on the discs and while the Chinese were rowing I counted them. There were 18, theref...
  6196. ...tween. . Melbourne. EDMUND FISHER. Narrative by a Chinese cook : Missee Lobinson, Gland Hotel, come in kitc...
  6197. ...man’s indispensable- ness. BALM! EUROPEAN WIFE OF CHINESE PUBLICAN (who ha. been having altercation with sh...
  6198. ..., and the Tay bridge, with a passing reference to Chinese, Bohemian, and Russian bridges, till he reached “...
  6199. ...w and flat as to make him at first sight appear a Chinese half-caste. Lover- ing, the other amateur anarchi...
  6200. ... gave Dead-to- Rights a girl baby. It had a funny Chinese face andsandy hair that touched aphaseof theCaveM...
  6201. ...retenders. Mandarin Hong You Wai, a member of the Chinese Imperial Council of State, whose death was decree...
  6202. ... Council of State, whose death was decreed by the Chinese Empress for inciting the puppet Emperor to favor ...
  6203. ...now at Vancouver, 8.C., whence, per medium of the Chinese Australian Herald, he invites his fellow-countrym...
  6204. ...itteratim) : The church was nicety decorated with Chinese lanterns, etc, the congregation appreciated the b...
  6205. ...s, 440 Japanese, 103 Filipinos, 60 aborigines, 71 Chinese, 58 Malays, 44 South Sea Islanders, 54 Cin- gales...
  6206. ...0/’99). The practice still obtains with cer- tain Chinese missions of making a man’s screw dependent on his...
  6207.  
  6208. 1900
  6209. ... to “Klist.” Which looks like getting back on the Chinese missionary cranks. AN OCEAN GRAVE. [FOR THE BULLE...
  6210. ...healem him sinci ou’ ” * * * * Letter received by Chinese Australian Herald (Sydney) „ . ~ sx” barians. A b...
  6211. ...ith us when you have decided what the days of the Chinese year are to be. I have 23 unlucky days in my horo...
  6212. ...ry of the Death of Jummu Tenno, Christmas Day and Chinese New Year’s Day. The recent holidays have brought ...
  6213. ...he plain. They was sort o’ yellow color, Like the Chinese, only duller ; Thick as flies in Cunnamnlla After...
  6214. ...ly the two goblins that dance in the graveyard, a Chinese juggler who gets fearfully and wonder- fully mixe...
  6215. ...tions conduct schools in Sydney for supplying the Chinese with religion and a knowledge of the English lang...
  6216. ...N.S. W. country storekeeper with a con- siderable Chinese clientele received a commission to buy in Sydney ...
  6217. ...E: “ Well, John, which do you think the prettiest—Chinese girl or English girl?” JOHN : “Oh, you see, not m...
  6218. ...nister, they found in it a great quantity of cash—Chinese cash to the value of one and sevenpence halfpenny...
  6219. ...in his Ruth was dusting with much care A fiendish Chinese god. SILAD SNELL. JIM JAMIESON, OF TRING ABAR. [F...
  6220. .... But this rule applies only to the Austrians and Chinese. The New Zealand cry is—Why do the Austrians not ...
  6221. ... settlers, then they receive worse treatment than Chinese. Here is one example of how the Austrians are tre...
  6222. ...ations peculiar ; among them is one providing for Chinese mine- management, and another runs that one-half ...
  6223. ...er runs that one-half at least of the shares in a Chinese mine must be con- trolled by Chinese. Of course q...
  6224. ... shares in a Chinese mine must be con- trolled by Chinese. Of course quite disinterested persons are busy e...
  6225. ...el- opment of the country ” —which is just what a Chinese explained to a Queensland warden once when the la...
  6226. ...nified than the jackass, wno wobbles afoot like a Chinese mandarin’s wife of high degree. The jackass is po...
  6227. ...e still given to men who pass examinations in the Chinese classics. Many troops are regularly drilled with ...
  6228. ...eorge-street (Sydney) tram started operations the Chinese Monte Carlo at the north end, near Circular Quay,...
  6229. ...o his imagination as a term with poetry m it. The Chinese horror happened on another island, one of the Ent...
  6230. ...ture anything from 95° Pahr. to 110°. The wealthy Chinese are the only folks in N.Q. who know how to dress....
  6231. ...ong ago white, but the gradual mixture of Malays, Chinese, Javanese, Japanese, Kanakas, and the rest, is gr...
  6232. ...y, gambling, which is chiefly in the hands of the Chinese, though the Malays have particular games fancied ...
  6233. ...able way to use land is to rent it to Japanese or Chinese for either of these industries. There are games f...
  6234. ... Malays, less expert in the art of fraud than the Chinese and Japanese, play games which seem to give the n...
  6235. ...enty Coolies may sometimes be seen to come, and a Chinese' “ bank.” It is commonly believed (though the wri...
  6236. ...ortest of notice upon almost any subject short of Chinese metaphysics. Slightly Mephistophelean of aspect a...
  6237. ...loyalism applies to current events only. When the Chinese opium-war and the Crimean war and the American wa...
  6238. ...es, they were mere details beside the crowds. The Chinese were the great attraction. After them, the Bushme...
  6239. ...man— married young girl, and the first baby was a Chinese. The fellow couldn’t make it out until wife expla...
  6240. ...k the other day. He said book explained all about Chinese pak-A-pu lotteries. Bought one- and am just as wi...
  6241. ...—Chinamen are close as oysters about the game— in Chinese quarters of Sydney, Melbourne, Bendigo and elsewh...
  6242. ...ION), SYONTEY. Astonishing the forbearance of the Chinese towards the “Ulopean,” provided said “Ulopean” co...
  6243. ...thing easy,” he saidd good- humoredly. L.B.H. The Chinese question : “ Whaffor ?” A traveller from India, n...
  6244. ..., but make no doubt he is a prominent mem- ber of Chinese society in Cape Colony, and we thank him for his ...
  6245. ...without evidence... Phil Log: But “Joss” is not a Chinese word at all. It is merely a Chinkee rendering of ...
  6246. ...rit enough to do that all is well. The Australian Chinese Herald ar- dently and urgently supports the Lyne ...
  6247. ... never per- mitted his affections to twine around Chinese- made sofas or rocking-chairs. But with his wife ...
  6248. ...mited, and she relies MANDARIN KONG YEW WAI, late Chinese Minister for Labor, who will shortly visit Austra...
  6249. ... will shortly visit Australia in the interests of Chinese Reform. almost entirely on an impressive voice, w...
  6250. ...ng-ground for the British Army. Kang Yew Wai, the Chinese statesman who lately ranged himself under the fla...
  6251. ... Wai, formerly Minister for Labor in the Imperial Chinese Executive but who was expatriated by the all-powe...
  6252. ...y and popular Sydney actress is now living with a Chinese market-gardener up North. One of the alleged “ bu...
  6253. ...her day that a certain “ wanted ” nigger was at a Chinese camp about 13 miles away, so he despatched two of...
  6254. ...n us ”; a case of chin-chinning one’s Joss as the Chinese do and lying down to die. Every house should be g...
  6255. ...e car- riage were an American negro, an Afghan, a Chinese hawker, and four perfectly respectable, well-dres...
  6256. ...espectable, well-dressed, Europeanised half-caste Chinese girls. At Macdonaldtown two yrians got in, one a ...
  6257. ... station the Rev. What’s-his-Name, the well-known Chinese missionary—by the way, the most gentlemanly-looki...
  6258. ...Peters, dead at Dubbo (N.S.W.) was a full-blooded Chinese with a considerable Aus- tralian history. About 6...
  6259. ...s own and failed. As his English was good and his Chinese very good N.S.W. Govt, accepted him as interprete...
  6260. ...pped himself in gloom, and presently went off his Chinese dot. He has remained off the same ever since. His...
  6261. ...ing contract when, one Sunday, they called at the Chinese ring- barkers’ camp on the ad- joining block. “ H...
  6262. ...thusiastic congregation over the- festival Of the Chinese Mission. Many Chinamen present. This is one of th...
  6263. ...eckoning that the centre of the gold area. Mostly Chinese in the mines, he says, even in the few European- ...
  6264. ...s ” yarn of atavism (B. 3/3/’00) in the case of a Chinese octoroon’s baby emphasises one of the many reas >...
  6265. ... of virility that you can’t kill with an axe. The Chinese and bis cousins in their countless numbers threat...
  6266. ...marrying Chinamen (“A.G.,” B. 24/3/’00). I knew a Chinese trader in a country town to buy a white girl from...
  6267. ...from the union, all of whom heartily despised the Chinese and married whites. A half-bred Chow desires abov...
  6268. ...ca with one of the Q. contingents whose father is Chinese. He is a fine athlete, and has such a respect for...
  6269. ...hrough, the Mrs. ROBERT BROUGH, up to date. Anglo-Chinese will bear favorable comparison with other Austral...
  6270. ...Charles Godfrey, deceased. A Chinaman gives, in a Chinese paper, his impfessions of Maorilanders: — They li...
  6271. ...ruger Transvaal Nelson Henry Bathurst Smith.” The Chinese baby that was born in Wex- ford-street, Sydney, d...
  6272. ...-about kanaka.” This gentleman indulges mainly in Chinese gin and equestrianism. The latter is particularly...
  6273. ...e numbers, and the Chows themselves play. • * * * Chinese storekeepers are numerous around Coonabarabran, C...
  6274. ..., wishing to do good business amongst them, got a Chinese merchant in Sydney to write him a letter introduc...
  6275. ...s quite surprised to find he was travelling for a Chinese firm. * * * » Law-courts, when straining to be sp...
  6276. ...ed for dirty premises. Strangely enough, only one Chinese has so far faced the bench on this charge. This M...
  6277. ...eeny shirts of the men are most creditable to the Chinese population. The ladies’ choir all wore white, but...
  6278. ...depth might be white-ant proof.— C. P. * • * More Chinese philosopher. On the West Coast (M.L.), a Chow wor...
  6279. ...t found thcoueltcß waylaid at odd coiner* by four Chinese yoong liudiea, who have boen remarkably sureeMful...
  6280. ...ws as much of drawing from the round as I know of Chinese metaphysics, was quite sure that, whatever she wa...
  6281. ...t-office. * * * • Judging by the recent Melbourne Chinese procession there are more half-caste girls in Mel...
  6282. ...ake up the lately-invented antiseptic anklet. The Chinese dame owes her “golden hlies ’ to the olub-foot of...
  6283. ...g up to half-a-crown a dozen while he can buy the Chinese- grown article at one-seventh of the price. “Chow...
  6284. ...t.” However, in view of the nauseous mysteries of Chinese poultry-farming, and the fact that bacteriologist...
  6285. ... was the cause of restrictive legislation against Chinese immigration, qur Parliaments will doubtless soon ...
  6286. ...eserved eggs must hot be confounded with the real Chinese “ kept ” egg which “ John ” uses himself. It is s...
  6287. ... by whole races of people such as the Aztecs, the Chinese, and the Japanese; nor can it be demonstrated tha...
  6288. ...t the contention is not scientifically sound. The Chinese theory of the Yim and the Yeng, or the sexual pri...
  6289. ...all fours with the ideas of the M.L. scientist. A Chinese once pointed out to me the close analogy between ...
  6290. ...tion, this, of the macrocosm-micro- cosm notion.] Chinese poets also find in the rain- bow the mingling of ...
  6291. ... that this is a “war for humanity ” is merely, in Chinese phrase, “ saving his face ” while, forsaking Chri...
  6292. ...ently, a man who had had some clothes washed at a Chinese laundry called for them, snatched the parcel when...
  6293. ...and Co., and will devote himself specially to the Chinese shipping business of that firm. Nobody this side ...
  6294. ...nvitation, was gaily illuminated—there were three Chinese lanterns in front of the Bank of N.S.W. and a lav...
  6295. ... volunteers and five Government lorries hung with Chinese lanterns. An effigy of President Steyn so closely...
  6296. ...roceedings. At the 8-hours show, the Druids’, the Chinese, and last week’s the Mafe- king Relief show, the ...
  6297. ...has been insidiously advancing amongst the Sydney Chinese, and the Board of Health is awakening to the terr...
  6298. ...i suburban vegetable-hawkers. [ln fairness to the Chinese, it should be stated that overcrowding I rather t...
  6299. ...n. Ihe average number of plague cases amongst the Chinese is not greater than amongst any other nationality...
  6300. ...hat a way would be thereby opened for a stream of Chinese immigrants. It is possible, under the recent Act ...
  6301. ...t to do so for a greater number was more than his Chinese jaws could well under- take. That is an excellent...
  6302. ..., 1900. Price Sn. “CHRISTIANISING” CHINA .-By Our Chinese Artist. CHORUS OF THE POWERS (to Missionary): “Yo...
  6303. ...the plague. There were two lorries with lanterns, Chinese bands, gorgeous banners, and torches; also cracke...
  6304. ...hers. But this has been denied.” Some years ago a Chinese maiden, Ah Qua, was, by order of Govt., taken fro...
  6305. ...n Sydney market, this year, of over 100,000 dozen Chinese eggs, it may be interesting to learn that fresh e...
  6306. ...produce. Table birds, for instance, can be had in Chinese ports at 2s. per doz., and other things in propor...
  6307. ... : That leaden fancy wasted in English verse. Try Chinese Wallan Dooly: Should have hunted up a magistrate ...
  6308. ...svaal, and the Powers have started to peg-out the Chinese Empire. “ The excessive drain on the Treasury cau...
  6309. ...there are 20 times as good reasons for offering a Chinese contingent as there were for offering the S’Afric...
  6310. ...not enough to make a third-rate English city. The Chinese Boxers are reputed to number 11,000,000, and appa...
  6311. ...ransvaal war and the Ashantee rebel- lion and the Chinese trouble on hand all at once. If she wanted aid wi...
  6312. ...led alive by the Chinaman. Yet, somehow, when the Chinese murder an Australian woman with horrible tortures...
  6313. ...indly, this country went raving mad. Yet when the Chinese made war on British subjects and slaughtered pris...
  6314. ... anxiety to fill it was tremendous. Of course the Chinese row isn’t a pleasant thing to meddle' with. It is...
  6315. ...be a case of going to face heavy odds, and if the Chinese enemy captures you he probably saws your feet off...
  6316. ... ? Where is Purves, and where, also, is Dampier’s Chinese-war drama ? What has . become of the Bairnsdale p...
  6317. ... In the case of putting up goods for Assyrian and Chinese hawkers the work is done more cheaply still! Prem...
  6318. ...aken by the “Boxers” will have a bad time, as the Chinese torture their captives. When Sir Harry Parkes, Ca...
  6319. ...ation of London Times correspondent Bowlby by the Chinese in the days of long ago. When the account of his ...
  6320. ...nyone, never talk about it. . ...L.A.P. : But the Chinese are not “the filthiest patients ” who reach the h...
  6321. ...the cleanest. Present scribe has admitted lots of Chinese to hospital and knows what he is talking about W....
  6322. ...is due to the missionary business as a whole. The Chinese don’t want any of ’em —either Catholic or Protest...
  6323. ...e no name and address....E.L.S. : Will illustrate Chinese item.... G.B.V. and Co. : May possibly do somethi...
  6324. ...l. H.C. Cabled that when the allies captured some Chinese forts, the Jap. commander, in leading his men to ...
  6325. ... severs-the neck with one lazy-looking slash. The Chinese executioner never cuts twice —that would be benea...
  6326. ... knife. “ H. ” : The Boxers lead one to study the Chinese insurrection, which lasted, more or less violentl...
  6327. ...ve Britisher like editor Philp, of the Australian Chinese Herald. When told that Philp already had a charmi...
  6328. ...China now that the cold fit has come, is that the Chinese trouble “does not in any sense menace .the founda...
  6329. ...nnot meet a cripple without talking about feet.” —Chinese Proverb ., “A.A.A. ” : An old black and dirty tub...
  6330. ...t than they do now. Even the recent news that the Chinese had flayed a British subject alive and gouged out...
  6331. ... of Manchuria and Mongolia—about a quarter of the Chinese Empire—Japan wants to take as much, or more, for ...
  6332. ...ny Cawnpore- slaughter, to which, by-the-way, the Chinese affair bears some resemblance in the immolation o...
  6333. ... save them from the inconceiv- able atrocities of Chinese torture. The whole ghastly affair proves conclusi...
  6334. ...The British, French and Russians took part of the Chinese territory (Hongkong, part of Manchuria, &c.), and...
  6335. ...e Outlanders who came among them to get gold. The Chinese objected to the Outlanders who came among them to...
  6336. ...Outlanders notice to leave quietly by train ; the Chinese went in straight for slaugh- tering them wholesal...
  6337. ...eet 1,2, 3, 4. Bemm: Decide it’s rather early for Chinese war- poetry. Come back in summer... .F.A.A. : Che...
  6338. ... was stated a few days ago that the distinguished Chinese statesman, Li Hung Chang, had been summoned from ...
  6339. ...et’s see : How would he make up as a Sphinx ? The Chinese have a humorous way of cutting off the feet of th...
  6340. ... Household Suffrage. Most opulent Australian city Chinese resi- dents are believed to be favorable to the R...
  6341. ...business in the Assembly. Brisbane Govt, organ on Chinese troubles: "The Boxe s consist of the scum of the ...
  6342. ... and have adopted as cheir motto —“ China for the Chinese.” The audacity of the Chow ! Perhaps, however, he...
  6343. ...spoke of the rise in meat, the competition of the Chinese, the establishment of a rival laundry where they ...
  6344. ...It would seem as if all through the centuries the Chinese had been given some vague instinct, some inconsci...
  6345. ... and to batter down the closed gate of China. The Chinese are the most inoffensive of races. Their moral ch...
  6346. ...the possessions and liberties of others, then the Chinese have fully earned the quiet they desire. Subjecte...
  6347. ...le to control the mass of its sub- jects. But the Chinese have learnt how to control themselves. Their civi...
  6348. ...hina when the Briton was a painted barbarian. The Chinese communities have for ages been hard- labouring, i...
  6349. ... been hard- labouring, intelligent and happy. The Chinese character is the admiration of every un- biassed ...
  6350. ...tern of piety and love. Is it any wonder that the Chinese, considering the Europeans who come among them, k...
  6351. ... than he, that a man so much in sympathy with the Chinese in their resistance to Europe, should be one of t...
  6352. ...ith all an Australian’s prepossession against the Chinese as industrial competitors who in Australia and Am...
  6353. ...nd America reduce white men’s wages. He found the Chinese in their own land a friendly and civilised .race....
  6354. ...ssessed with the strong racial anti- pathy to the Chinese common to my countrymen, but that feeling has lon...
  6355. ...most charming courtesy. In my case, at least, the Chinese did not forget their precept, “ Deal gently with ...
  6356. ...irmly convinced of the necessity of excluding the Chinese from Australia. “ It is this class of Chinese,” h...
  6357. ...the Chinese from Australia. “ It is this class of Chinese,” he says, referring to the Cantonese of the S.E....
  6358. ... prevent at all hazards. We can- not compete with Chinese ; we cannot intermix orliiarry with them; they ar...
  6359. ...ng Z animals of low grade but great vitality. The Chinese is temperate, frugal, hard-working, and law-evadi...
  6360. ...h repugnance. Admitted freely into Australia, the Chinese would starve out the Englishman, in accord- ance ...
  6361. ...” In the small colon}' of Victoria there are 9377 Chinese in a population' of 1,150,000; in all China, with...
  6362. ... written in 1895. Since then the immi- gration of Chinese into Australia has been to some extent checked ; ...
  6363. ...ticu- larly, the immigration of races inferior to Chinese continues. And in Queensland last month, the Quee...
  6364. ...a contract for the erection of telegraph-poles to Chinese, at a trifle less than the amount previously paid...
  6365. ...abouring in China could convert in 1893 only 3127 Chinese, at a cost of £350,000 —which is at the rate of a...
  6366. ... use of opium is injurious t» health, or that the Chinese will ever stop using it. Tlieir home- grown opium...
  6367. ...drop mud on our good name. Even if the very small Chinese contingents now spoken of do materialise, and are...
  6368. ... + White Man and Chow.' “ Yang Anyut ” on matters Chinese, as regards the present far Eastern imbroglio : H...
  6369. ...oudly on friend Japan to help against the corrupt Chinese Govt, which she (Britain) has not only countenanc...
  6370. ...” who loafs half his time, puts in his leisure in Chinese dens, arid renders the secluded roads and paths o...
  6371. ...m Cinematographe arrangements seems to point to a Chinese origin. Between times Carden Wilson gave imitatio...
  6372. ...o repre- sent England’s greatness there. When the Chinese in 1870 attacked the French Convent at Tien-Tsin,...
  6373. ...ibly and shamefullv mutilated. * * * * The recent Chinese slaughtering should cool the missionary ardour a ...
  6374. .... So hideous, upon the whole, have now become the Chinese possibilities to European women that The Bulletin...
  6375. ...t “ the missionaries are at the bottom of all the Chinese trouble”—by explaining that the way the missionar...
  6376. ...has had anything to do with the present ferocious Chinese outbreak, while another lot avers that it is the ...
  6377. ...scord. , * • • * With quite unconscious humor the Chinese Reform residents of Sydney have decided to forego...
  6378. ...lum', av coorse.” Six years ago there was but one Chinese- laundry in Sydney. Now there are 20, and they ar...
  6379. ... T\7’E, the Members of the Hanover-street Baptist CHINESE CLASS, very glad for TEACHERS to tell us about th...
  6380. ...l reputation in China. The fact, that the current Chinese year has 13 months is considered ominous of some ...
  6381. ...try which will probably follow the recent hideous Chinese slaughterings, the views of Malie- toa, of Samoa,...
  6382. ...rds. - “Among the supposed victims of the alleged Chinese massacre is Miss Ethel Halley, the mis- sionary-d...
  6383. ...s has supplied at least three artillerists to the Chinese—Gapt. Close, Staff- Sergt. Naughton and Artillery...
  6384. ...tances to Miller, and was at once employed by the Chinese Govt. Mr. John Rae, Sydney’s first town-clerk, wh...
  6385. ...lly known that there is a race of men in the Indo-Chinese regions, THE BROKEN DOVE [FOR THE BULLETIN.] How ...
  6386. ...ved to have occupied, primitively, the whole Indo-Chinese peninsula. » * * * “P.H.C.’ : lie aboriginal tree...
  6387. ...R.K.: Pretty poor Gooramin : Dull E.M.D. : If the Chinese question could swallow it, that would settle the ...
  6388. ... question could swallow it, that would settle the Chinese question... .Muddler :We won’t deny the soft impe...
  6389. ...a man down as effectually as a sword’. Unlike the Chinese, however, the Australian blacks never torture. Th...
  6390. ...S TROOPS. / “AVENGE THE MASSACRES." I| F“GIVE THE CHINESE NO QUARTER." ct •*«£» ** LONDON, Saturday—The Kai...
  6391. ... tion and comparative honesty. PLAIN ENGLISH. The Chinese Maelstrom. “ Jerome Darnet ” writes on the Chines...
  6392. ...hinese Maelstrom. “ Jerome Darnet ” writes on the Chinese com- plication : When so many who really know lit...
  6393. ... When so many who really know little of China and Chinese character are gravely expounding, or are being so...
  6394. ...to expound, their opinions in connection with the Chinese upheaval, surely an Australian who speaks Chinese...
  6395. ...Chinese upheaval, surely an Australian who speaks Chinese (or rather a few of the myriad dialects which ex-...
  6396. .... Why should Australia assist in keeping open the Chinese door, when her avowed policy is to keep the Chine...
  6397. ...inese door, when her avowed policy is to keep the Chinese out of our continent ? The massacre of unfortunat...
  6398. ...erished. Of all the many writers on China and the Chinese, the Frenchman Hoo and our own “Vagabond” appear ...
  6399. ... our own “Vagabond” appear to have understood the Chinese character the best. The newspapers seem to genera...
  6400. ...igners. The “ Boxers ” who are assisting are real Chinese, but they are princi- pally inhabitants of those ...
  6401. ... Western foreigners and Japanese—the violators of Chinese territorial integrity—may be attacked by the wrat...
  6402. ...itorial integrity—may be attacked by the wrathful Chinese at the same time, for the troubles of China can b...
  6403. ...assified under three heads —Inter-racial (between Chinese and Manchus), Dynastic (being the Court intrigues...
  6404. ...s compelled the Manchu to govern him according to Chinese methods, as he has compelled all his various evan...
  6405. ... Manchu is ever the mark of the patiently-waiting Chinese butcher, who, with Oriental inscrutability, has w...
  6406. ...ch the Manchus could contrive to get exerted. The Chinese mass has always been unresponsive and inert under...
  6407. ...et N.S. Wales, for example, has drifted into this Chinese- contingent business just because nobody had the ...
  6408. .... The papers are now devoting their scare-type to Chinese cables, and the Boer kick-up receives c[uite casu...
  6409. ...lging in some pretty little recriminations on the Chinese mis- sionary question. The Protestant parsons all...
  6410. ... “ Oh, sinner, cease from straying.” The Brisbane Chinese are in a state of huge alarm over the troubles in...
  6411. ...ment of the profane outsider. A queer howl in the Chinese vernacular was passed off as one of Sankey’s hymn...
  6412. ...pity on Her Majesty. The gem of the evening was a Chinese orator who staggered the commun- ity by asserting...
  6413. ...ion of being deeply affected by both the Boer and Chinese campaigns. The relief of Mafeking brought the new...
  6414. ... a bank clerk, she’s been known to make eyes at a Chinese convert and cherish in her locket a tuft shorn fr...
  6415. ...* * * “ Yang Anyut” relates to The Bulletin a few Chinese amenities I have myself known a woman to be bound...
  6416. ...sty, or both H. : A big and rather dreary slab of Chinese history. We haven’t room to pub- lish slabs... .O...
  6417. ...ies (in one sense) only make things worse. If the Chinese are utterly smashed up, and the dividing process ...
  6418. ... describe that situation. Said a prominent Sydney Chinese resident about the Chow-Jap. war of a few years a...
  6419. ...unit through- out the world, except, perhaps, the Chinese them- selves. Meat and tea three times a day is t...
  6420. ...ustralia. Now cabled that there was no “ horrible Chinese massacre,” and that Dr. George Morrison is alive ...
  6421. ...t puts its cause to the test it broke up like the Chinese bogey when Japan trod so rudely on the decrepit d...
  6422. ...l. Anyway, Europe is big enough to manage her own Chinese quarrel. Where is the sense of sending Australian...
  6423. ...was for many years in the merchant service on the Chinese coast, which he knows well. He is a quiet, cool, ...
  6424. ... again at a discount. * * * * Quong Tart says the Chinese missionaries aren’t to blame, and his yarn gets b...
  6425. ...ing of the horrible butchery of Christians by the Chinese, he was in- duced to imitate them.” But what abou...
  6426. ...re beasts by education. .... Carlos : The Argus’s Chinese trade-figures, as given, certainly don’t add up c...
  6427. ... (July 31) had these consecutive sub-heads re the Chinese crisis: “A Gleam of Hope.” “More Missionaries Mur...
  6428. ...nd, when the mail left, the S’African war and the Chinese crisis were minor matters compared with the quest...
  6429. ... and began the deliberate slaughter.”—Ed. B.] The Chinese think a good deal of agricul- ture—so much that t...
  6430. ... Agricultural Festival to welcome the Spring. The Chinese farmer believes in two things religion and manure...
  6431. ...r ten acres of his native soil, calls himself the Chinese for squatter, and is considered a big man in the ...
  6432. ...is considered a big man in the neighbourhood. The Chinese State encourages the people to go on the land and...
  6433. ...y enough, a small sprinkling of diseased youth. A Chinese doctor had been in bed fourteen years. He' was a ...
  6434. ...ne will also rise to suggest that the cost of the Chinese Contingentshall likewise go peacefully into the f...
  6435. ...e before going west. After that India, but if the Chinese rising is still on the rise, the company’s Celest...
  6436. ...t. BOYCOTTING THE BOXERS. “ You ain’t been buying Chinese cit .hers, ’ ave yer? ” Early Prejudice Against C...
  6437. ...WATSON’S WHISKY. Aboriginalities. “Scotty”: These Chinese and niggers beat us in disregard of death and in ...
  6438. ... saw a man who is being strangled to death in the Chinese city adjoining the settlement. The fellow had bee...
  6439. ...nst him, as well as other charges. We thought the Chinese Govt, would behead him ; but they condemned him t...
  6440. ... the son of D.T. manager Wynne, reporter with the Chinese contingent, was sent away as salaried paymaster ;...
  6441. ...e method of the trade is : Ship is char- tered by Chinese, and, beyond navigating, the crew have nothing to...
  6442. .... m 9 m 9 Quaint notice upon the door of a Sydney Chinese laundry:— Deer Sirs—You will pies call for your c...
  6443. ...le —an old Bulletin anecdote E.O. : It takes 1000 Chinese “ cash ” to make a dollar—say, 260 to the shill- ...
  6444. ...lling. The tael, a lump of silver shaped like the Chinese woman’s crumped foot, represents about 3s A.8.T.:...
  6445. ...hat will happen, the partition effected, when the Chinese, having enjoyed the “inestimable blessings” of We...
  6446. ...ngolian with elephantiasis, St. Paul’s (London) a Chinese joss-house, Westminster Abbey a Chinese laundry, ...
  6447. ...London) a Chinese joss-house, Westminster Abbey a Chinese laundry, and the Anglican Cathedral, Sydney, and ...
  6448. ...rsities of dialect, have one tongue (“ Mandarin ” Chinese) compre- hended in every corner of the vast kingd...
  6449. ...that foreign methods are in any sense better than Chinese, but that the guns and ships of the foreign devil...
  6450. ...reign and native, held by the most progressive of Chinese progressionists. In wildest dreams they have neve...
  6451. ...ow or not, it can be easily effected, because the Chinese are cowards and can- not fight. There are, in one...
  6452. ...id. * * * * Whenever the fighting capacity of the Chinese comes up for discussion we have the inevitable re...
  6453. ...’s Ever Victorious Army as demonstrating that the Chinese can fight, if only led by English officers, but t...
  6454. ...them. In the next, the army, composed not of true Chinese, but of Mongol Tartars, had, even in Gordon’s tim...
  6455. ...r officers. The Taipings, on the other hand —true Chinese, wearing long hair and not the pigtail (Manchu ba...
  6456. ...ving foreigner can say with certitude whether the Chinese will, in the event of attempted partition, fight ...
  6457. ...nd is totally unable to understand the springs of Chinese action. Foreigners who have been a life-time in t...
  6458. ... the first to own they have no com- prehension of Chinese motives. To the ordinary intelli- gence, a Chow a...
  6459. ...he hottest-blooded Celt. The foreigner may have a Chinese servant with him for a, quarter of a century, may...
  6460. ...ng odds. We were mostly convoying salt-junks, and Chinese pirates are perhaps the most un- tamed devils of ...
  6461. ...ng to the Chu Kiang or Canton River. The Northern Chinese, though big, are a pretty soft lot, but Kiangsu, ...
  6462. ...een imported of late years. But not only have the Chinese the same contempt for foreign weapons they have f...
  6463. ...foreign weapons they have for everything else not Chinese, and which leads them to neglect the proper pre- ...
  6464. ... it lasted. It is probable, there- fore, that the Chinese armaments are not in first-class repair. Even all...
  6465. ...t remember the hundreds of thousands of lives the Chinese authorities can always afford, out of their enorm...
  6466. ...rritory seized in time of peace by Russia, as the Chinese have seen the Amur provinces, and that later on t...
  6467. ... inclined to think if you had been treated as the Chinese have you’d be just as un- civilised.   THE REMARK...
  6468. ...t these latter from falling into the hands of the Chinese), are now to be put in the same catalogue as the ...
  6469. ...,” it may be on the “ Afghan,” it may be on the “ Chinese ” border, but any border will do equally well ; t...
  6470. ...an writes thusly, in the British Australasian, re Chinese and Corean concessions : “ The deposits (in Szech...
  6471. ...er Cotter taking up a collection on behalf of the Chinese missions, the time he asked us all to bring a hal...
  6472. ...us all to bring a half-crown apiece to purchase a Chinese baby for Christianising.” “What’s that? I don’t r...
  6473. ...the circumstances which attended the obtaining of Chinese recruits to the True Faith. It appeared that the ...
  6474. ...ed specimens. In this way, by making the Catholic Chinese the pick of the basket, they hoped to extend thei...
  6475. ...ld you. “And did you fork out 2s. 6d. to buy some Chinese kiddy from a grave, where he would pro- bably hav...
  6476. ...in a Whitechapel slum, which is quite as bad as a Chinese town, allowed to murder their offspring in that m...
  6477. ...the Boer ant, or vice versa. You speak now of the Chinese war, demanding, in your silly blood-fury, vengean...
  6478. ...it- ing_ was in those dark days at Tientsin, when Chinese artillery out-ranged and out-classed the guns of ...
  6479. ...hat of Sydney was on fire in many places, and the Chinese slowly closed in and mutilated the dead and tortu...
  6480. ...ut of Tienstin on horseback, galloped through the Chinese lines under heavy fire, raced through whole villa...
  6481. ...- scare—what of the dilapidated and germ-infected Chinese dens at Botany, and elsewhere (built mostly of ke...
  6482. ...ut ” : Be preserved eggs (“ D.” B. 14/7/’00). The Chinese bury duck-eggs in a mixture of charcoal, paddy-hu...
  6483. ...s... ,J. Robertson: Two good ideas.... J.C.S.H. : Chinese subject may do ; others unsuitable 11.5. D. :To h...
  6484. ...al. grudge Zains?t£ S “ d ' mly underetJ *> d the Chinese teSri h»?f f ’" ,ss ' onaries is not on account o...
  6485. ...approval of Mr. Cecil Rhodes’ scheme to introduce Chinese into Rhodesia.” An interesting side-light on the ...
  6486. ...he recent acquittal, in Tasmania, of a half-caste Chinese girl who had shot two men (one fatally) for, as a...
  6487. ... in any case, it is alleged, “ within call of the Chinese camp, and situated on clear ground, so that the g...
  6488. ...when it sends two “assistant paymasters” with the Chinese contingent. A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION. Apply Sulphol...
  6489. ...—a sweet celestial vision ! Came a squad of eight Chinese. And they brought some Chinese toddy, And they as...
  6490. ...e a squad of eight Chinese. And they brought some Chinese toddy, And they asked me what would be Cost of le...
  6491. ...a song, showed the difference between English and Chinese ideas of music ; the complications in his native ...
  6492. ...o fund. ♦ * * * On the Manning River (N.S.W.) the Chinese threaten to become bosses of the vegetable indust...
  6493. ...ideous noise. ir Sir Robert Hart, Commissioner of Chinese Imperial Customs, who was among the slain in that...
  6494. ...t Pekin which never came off, when the infuriated Chinese stripped and hacked to pieces the European women ...
  6495. ... that that politician received 250 sovs. from the Chinese. The Bulletin isn’t a libel-factory.... Esther M....
  6496. ...vern- ment which, in ’BB, got together the Sydney Chinese Conference ; and is assured that Playford has eve...
  6497. ...Glasgow Herald re present troubles in China , The Chinese are about the most tolerant people in the world, ...
  6498. ...in China. They are supported in their defiance of Chinese authority by the R.C. priests, who again rely upo...
  6499. ..., status, ar.d authority of high officials of the Chinese Empire. Hence the wise decision of the Govt, to d...
  6500. .... It is beginning to be dimly understood that the Chinese grudge against the missionaries is not on account...
  6501. ...o have been murdered, described in a letter how a Chinese girl of 14 (alleged convert) refused to continue ...
  6502. ...gine that they are slaughtered simply because the Chinese dislike their religion ? There is no nation in th...
  6503. ... so indifferent on the subject of religion as the Chinese. It is because they and other nations have got th...
  6504. ...ot having any,” and Rhodes’s scheme for importing Chinese (vide, cable) is almost knocked on the head owing...
  6505. ...ad owing to adverse criticism. Failing Boei-s and Chinese, C. J.R. turns to Aus- tralians. What an honor ! ...
  6506. ...ence. Cecil Rhodes’ latest proposal, to introduce Chinese labor to Rhodesia, is a startling commen- tary on...
  6507. ... Registrar-General Bananaland possesses 9983 male Chinese to 93 Chinese women. The kanakas total 8826 ; Jap...
  6508. ...eral Bananaland possesses 9983 male Chinese to 93 Chinese women. The kanakas total 8826 ; Japs., 3063; Java...
  6509. ...its danger. John Lee Hing, having departed to his Chinese fathers from the precincts of Balmain (Sydney), l...
  6510. ... the matter, and try and discover definitely what Chinese law says on the question. Two Chinese men of wisd...
  6511. ...nitely what Chinese law says on the question. Two Chinese men of wisdom who were called to aid His Honor’s ...
  6512. ...t which silly woman voluntarily assumes. The poor Chinese female has to submit to severe distortion of her ...
  6513. ...up to date, with sad and boshy dialogue about the Chinese war, the brotherhood of the U.S. and England, and...
  6514. ...G OF SPRING.   rl J l"/e Ip 4 /T INGLEWOOD.—Seven Chinese gardener*, were charged at the police court: on T...
  6515. ... to “ play-up ” their cash somehow, they bought a Chinese lottery-ticket and gathered-in £2O 15s. This isn’...
  6516. ...g : “ Which war do you refer to; the African, the Chinese, \. or the Holy War now / raging in Sydney 1 ” S\...
  6517. ...d to be a gold brooch. An exaggerated idea of the Chinese popu- lation of the N. Territory prevails if the ...
  6518. ... report is that there are 1620 Europeans and 2180 Chinese, instead of the proportion of four or five Chines...
  6519. ...hinese, instead of the proportion of four or five Chinese to one European often talked and written about. A...
  6520. ... from Amoy to the Sunda Islands’(and chartered by Chinese, who super- vised the loading and unloading—the o...
  6521. ... proper tally. By the way, during the ’85 Franco- Chinese war, the Chinese were fortifying Formosa,, and bo...
  6522. ... the way, during the ’85 Franco- Chinese war, the Chinese were fortifying Formosa,, and bought an old Ameri...
  6523. ...(second mate), with three white engi- neers and a Chinese crew, ran this hooker, which leaked so that the p...
  6524. ...e used to call him “Bobby Leed” because he kept a Chinese servant —was an old political hand who had droppe...
  6525. ...... .H.W. (Hal.): Call that a poem ! it’s a whole Chinese war Waste Paper : “ The girl turned her toes up, ...
  6526. ....”) / London, Thursday.—The Kaiser’s reply to the Chinese Imperial edict has been warmly praised throughout...
  6527. ...ommenced. Unless the punishment is carried out on Chinese lines it will not be understood, and therefore ha...
  6528. ... and the glorification of civilisation’s God. The Chinese suicided by families, too, rather than face the i...
  6529. ...Colonies.   “ Yangan ” to The Bulletin on certain Chinese characteristics:— Spence Evison errs in thinking ...
  6530. ... brave and ever ready to quarrel and plunder. The Chinese pirates and bandits are mostly Southerners, and t...
  6531. ...oreigners, of whom no less than 2513 are Germans. Chinese come next—2B4 of them. Of Frenchmen there have be...
  6532. ...81 was taken there were in Australia about 80,000 Chinese, miscellaneous Asi- atics, Africans, Polynesians ...
  6533. ...ow a much greater increase. In Victoria alone the Chinese population is known to have grown by about 1900 i...
  6534. ...uinn, the poet, and Quong Tart, the Sydney Scotch-Chinese adver- tising tqa-man, were bracketed in the repo...
  6535. ...ory (8., 25/8/’00). The pariah dog that swarms in Chinese towns, nosing round for the succulent baby, has m...
  6536. ...* » » » An out-back N.S.W. cricket club has seven Chinese members, and in-a recent match against a team of ...
  6537. ... of Baden-Powell’s advertising-gas. Reported that Chinese from Canton and other Southern ports are flooking...
  6538. ...race levels have been turned out to make room for Chinese tenants who are prepared to pay higher rents, and...
  6539. ... Point) is clear of the Celestial. As yet the Pro-Chinese Gov. Blake and his nominee Leg. Assembly do not s...
  6540. ... their way to set aside a Euro- pean reservation. Chinese servants, too, have become very independent. They...
  6541. ...ory gold- mines it is now the custom to engage a, Chinese, who is put along with a white man to look after ...
  6542. ...ent:— “ The MacEacharn turned on plenty of palms, Chinese lanterns and champagne for his ball at the Town H...
  6543. ...ollowing : —“ I am opposed to the introduction of Chinese labour. I deem that every other means should firs...
  6544. ...her man’s country.” L. “ C.F.” to The Bulletin re Chinese coin:— You are not quite accurate in reply to “ E...
  6545. ... quite accurate in reply to “ E.O.’ (25/8/’00) re Chinese coin. The standard unit of weight and cur- rency ...
  6546. ...ove is a labored joke ; | in fact, it was made by Chinese cheap I labor, and Hop. holds himself in no wise ...
  6547. ...future M.L. Govt, will either altogether prohibit Chinese from keep- ing laundries, or compel them to obser...
  6548. ... with bells which jingle as the camel trots by. A Chinese pro- cession is gay ; but a party of Afghans out ...