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THE ALLEGED CHINESE "PROCLAMATION."

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Greybiouth, March 29. Chinese merchant* here know nothing of such a communication as the "Evening Post" states the We.llngton Chinese have received from the Imperial authorities, varoiog them not to ftntnr into any business engngemanta which would be ikely to embarrass them In returning to China If called upon to do so, consequent on any Immigration d fficalty with England and America T&ey aay they ceoelve copleß of the "Herald" (Chinese paper) every mail, and If anything of that kind were outemp'a'.ed or probable, that journal would have some reference to it, but it has uot contained a single word to Ihdio-tte the likelihood of such a contingency. ; Thoy discredit the story altogether.

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THE ALLEGED CHINESE "PROCLAMATION.", Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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THE ALLEGED CHINESE "PROCLAMATION." Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2098, 30 March 1889

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