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EASTERN NEWS

EXPECTED TROUBLE IN CHINA

(per prkss association.)

Thubsday Island. September 21. The Dutch have inflicted heavy loss on the Chinese, and the latter, being beaten, made a hasty retreat. The rulers of the neighboring pettj States have been fined so,coo dollars for allowing the invasion. It is stated that the Chinese Government have discharged all foreigners from the naval service.

It is reported that the Goveramen of Corea is insolvent.

It is anticipated that the Chinese Government will have trouble with the people living m the districts lately inundated. The latter, who are suffering great misery, display a most warlike spirit, and unless the Government render material aid without delay, a rebellion on a much larger scale than anything since the Taeping will ensue.

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EASTERN NEWS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2233, 23 September 1889

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