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Tung Wah Index
Tung Wah Newspaper Index
11 May 1907
A notice from the Chinese Empire Reform Association says, although its Chinese name has been changed to diguo xianzheng hui ...
A notice from the Sydney Chinese Empire Reform Association says some other Chinese organisations in Australia, although they also advocate ...
Sydney Chinese Empire Reform Association and Tung Wah Times call for donations to flooding victims in China. Donations can be ...
Comments. An essay, written by anonymous author, on the relationship between Chinese literature and the civil administration in Chinese history.
Important report. Memorial report submitted by the ministry of civil affairs on the proposal to set up a general bureau ...
Usual phenomenon in the Chinese officialdom.
Statistics of national debt of France, Britain, Russia, Italy, Austria, America, Hungary, Germany and Belgium.
China news. Prince Qing has recovered and returned to work. Zhang Baixi, minister of communications, dies in Beijing. Beijing to ...
Guangdong news. French company is to join the building of railway from Beihai to Nanning, capital of Guangxi province. Governor ...
Germany to raise funds for their channel project which might be completed in 8 years.
More Japanese immigrants arrive in British Colombia for the railway building.
South Africa to lift its ban on Indian immigrants.
Australian taxation commissioner tells the colony conference in London that Australia should remain white forever.
Acting governor of South Africa seeks to send back all Chinese labourers.
Tens of thousands of people in Warsaw, Poland, join a strike.
On his way home, King Edward VII of Britain meets French president.
Japan and Russia reach a trade agreement.
Germany to set up bank in Teheran, capital of Persia.
Japanese envoy talks with French authority in Paris on their trade interest in the Far East.
Wang Kemin, Chinese student supervisor in Tokyo, has clashes with students and is to resign.
A letter from Guangdong suggests boycotting American goods again in order to seek fair treatment of Chinese labourers in America.
Brief description of the 18 provincial capitals in China.
A brief biography of Liao Bingxin, chairwoman of the Chinese women's association in Beijing.
Help our compatriots. Chinese community in Sydney donate to flooding victims in north Jiangsu province. Hundreds of names listed.
An English newspaper in Charters Towers, Queensland, claims that leprosy is infected from Chinese. Translation of the English report. And ...
Victoria state to build a bronze statue of Queen Victoria in Melbourne.
Australia exports coal to Singapore, Penang and other Asian ports.
Population in New South Wales.
Former London mayor comes to visit Sydney.
Number of immigrants naturalised in Australia in April and their original countries.
Statistics of imports and export in New Zealand and Australia in 1906.
Western Australian authority will not accept Jewish immigrants.
Australian communities, both Chinese and Western, donate to the famine victims of north Jiangsu province.
Discussion on banishment, written by anonymous author.
New York has the biggest library in the world.
Tung Wah Times thanks readers who have paid their subscription fees. Names listed.
Timetable of ocean liners.
Draft regulations of local civil service system in China.
Sun Yujun writes to Governor Duan Fang from his prison on the constitutional reform in China.
Thief pays his debt of gratitude. Social life in Japan.
Metaphorical story on the clash between reform and conservative parties.
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