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United Pres3 Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright

Received June 22, 10.36 a.m. Chinese Boycott America. Sydney, June 22 , In connection with tho cable about the Chinese boycott of American goods the Sydney Chinese merchants have passed a resolution endorsing the action of the Commercial Guild of China. A branch of the Chinese Empire Reform Association here has received from America the particulars which led up to the action at Tientsin. It appears that whi'e negotiations were in progress for a Commercial treaty between China and America, the latter proposed to enact a law refusing Chinese merchants the right to conduct business in t.h« States. Thp Chinese Ambassador thereupon refused to sign the treaty. America then sent a special mission to Pekin to get the treaty signed. The result is that united action is being taken by the Chinese to urge their Government not to sign. A Roueh Passage. The Wimmera experienced severe weather on the passage from Wellington, heavy peas breaking on board, but no Berious damage was done. Kauri Timber Comnany, Melbourne, June 22 The Kauri Timber Company at a general meeting reported that the outlook in the Commonwealth is regarded as hopeful. Arrangements had been made for a further reduction of debentures to £162,000.

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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