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The China Mail, 1926-10-29

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CANTON'S PICKETS.
BRITISH CONSUL'S REPRESENTATIONS.
Mr. Eugene Chen's Attitude.
CHINESE POLICE TO CURB WHARG INTIMIDATORS.
Highly Commendable Attitude.
To Protect Commerce.
Described as Regalia.
TOO MUCH CARGO.
Boat Which Had to Refuse Shipmates.
Surtax Gladly Paid.
BOYCOTT POWERS.
Delegates to the "Severance" Association.
Others Prefer to Wait.
MANILA QUAKE.
Residents Rush Into the Streets.
BUILDINGS ROCK.
GOVERNMENT MOVE.
TIGER CAPTURED.
Caught Alive by Farmer at Shatin.
A NEW TERRITORY TRAP.
Animal's Leg Entangled in a Steel Vice.
Put Up for Show?
GEN. CHANG KAI-SHEK.
Previous Records.
Carried in Triumph
STOLEN PYJAMAS.
AMERICNA SEAMAN CHARGED IN COURT.
INTOXICATION AS EXCUSE.
BISHOP CAPTURED.
Outrage by Roving Outlaws in North China.
EMPIRE AVIATION.
"All Red" Routes in the Air.
FAR EAST PROSPECTS.
Speeches at the Imperial Conference.
Reducing Distances.
LOCAL CARTOONS.
To the Far East.
London to the Cape.

Title
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The China Mail, 1926-10-29
Bib ID
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NPCM19261029
Publisher
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Hong Kong : The Newspaper Enterprise Ltd.
Date Created/Published
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1926-10-29
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English
Accession No.
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NPCM19261029
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CANTON'S PICKETS. BRITISH CONSUL'S REPRESENTATIONS. Mr. Eugene Chen's Attitude. CHINESE POLICE TO CURB WHARG...
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Newspapers and Periodicals Reading Area, 4-5/F Hong Kong Central Library
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