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Tung Wah Index
Tung Wah Newspaper Index
12 November 1910
First part of editorial on the navy and its relation with national defence.
Imperial edict on August 24 on banning opium.
A public notice issued by Tang Entong, new Chinese consul general in Australia, and his letter to the Sydney Chinese ...
An open letter from Chinese consul-general in Wellington Huang Rongliang on his negotiations with New Zealand authorities over the working ...
Beijing news/ Russia has already started to take over Mongolia. Zai Tao on the new treaty between Russia and Japan. ...
Guangdong news/ Celebrations in Guangzhou on the birthday of Confucius. Road map surveyed for Guangdong province. Map of Shantou prepared. ...
Chinese government requires its diplomatic officers overseas to cut their pigtails.
National parliament of China, both the Lower and Upper houses, will be opened in 1915.
Greek foreign minister meets Emperor of Turkey to improve their relations.
Turkish people protest against Britain's involvement of the Persian crisis. Muslims countries respond to the crisis in Persia.
Prince of Germany starts his tour to the Far East.
Report on the British-Japanese exhibition.
Railway in Singapore under British administration.
Duke of Kent opens the parliament of South Africa on behalf of King George V of Britain.
Tsar of Russia meets the Emperor of Germany.
Chinese government is seeking an alliance with America.
Population increases in New York and the future prediction.
United States of America becomes the richest country in the world.
Regulations of the Health Society, drafted by Wu Tingfang and Li Yuying.
First part of a report submitted by Deng Xiaoke.
Germany's naval budget.
A report from Penang says that local government starts to ban any speech by Sun Yatsen.
Lord Kitchener, British military commander, starts his tour of Egypt and Sudan.
King George V and his wife will visit Germany next year.
An old Buddha status unearthed in Xi'an, China. An old palace under the sea near Korea.
New South Wales news/ State debt of New South Wales from 1901 to 1910. Examination result at the Sydney Chinese ...
Melbourne welcomes the new Chinese consul-general Tang Entong.
Australia to revise postal service regulations.
Former New South Wales governor dies in London.
Developments at the University of Sydney.
Chinese in Queensland Lu Huayue talks about his tour to China.
Australia's trade with Asia.
Customs officer in Sydney seizes smuggled opium and wine in an ocean liner.
Chinese consul-general in Australia Liang Lanxun is leaving for China.
Fiction/ A swindler.
Tung Wah Times thanks readers who have paid their subscription fee. Names listed.
Second part of the report submitted by Deng Xiaoke.
Third part of a message to the nation on the delay of establishment of national parliament, selected from guo feng ...
Further report on celebrations in Guangzhou on the birthday of Confucius.
Tung Wah Times commends Chinese students overseas.
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