LATE EASTERN NEWS.
THE REVOLT IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
A DEADLY TYPHOON.
[Per Press Association.—Copyright.]
SYDNEY. October 22.
Eastern news reports that the rebellion in the Philippine Islands continues to spread. Several Spanish detachments in the interior have been siirrounded by rebels, and some were cut to pieces. One place was surprised and eighteen Spanish soldiers were killed.
At Barcalor a large number of rebels rose and overpowered their guards. The regiment quelled the outbreak and shot forty of the rebels. A large number of armed convicts' have joined the rebels. A typhoon in the China Sea wrecked many native craft, and did immense damage at Hoihow. Many buildings in the city were completely wrecked, and between 200 and 350 persons were killed.
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LATE EASTERN NEWS., Evening Star, Issue 10451, 22 October 1897
LATE EASTERN NEWS. Evening Star, Issue 10451, 22 October 1897
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