THE CHINESE QUESTION.
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Wellington, M*roh 27. The " Evening Post " Bays 1— ' A few moiithß ago we mentioned thifc the Oliioesa In Wellington had recced a oommanicatlou from the Emperor eoj tinIng them not to eater ioto any baaineis Rrraoi>ea»Butß which would tend to retard thalr epocdy roturn t> thd F.owery L nd should a pr>.c arxvuiou to com h back be Uaued iio thfl i-nsuit of tha differences of opinion which ut praeeut exist between ibe Australian 0 •l-uies and the Government at Polrfu ou the aubj <ot of itnmU grAtiun We now barn that another cffioiftl dooament h^ajast been rr;o>ived by the Celestials of thia district impreeaiog apon them 'h.i neoeaaity of bearlug m mind the injo.no ion iv the prevlons oommati'oitioD, and tttiting that it is qu«ta poaaible they will bo called apon to ei'hec return to the land of thelc btrth or reman where they aro and obabo to bo regarded as Chinese subjects A gentlenun who la taking deep inter -at m the inuvemen-8 of the Chinese m W Ellington, informs as thai slnoe the last oommunloatton b»o come to h*nd many of the men htve beooma deeply oonoerned at the position of affairs, and are dhinollced to enter into new baainean arrangementii"
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THE CHINESE QUESTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
THE CHINESE QUESTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2096, 28 March 1889
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