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North China Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1902, Shanghai, Shanghai AND THE WEEKLY EDITION OF THE DAILY JULY 12 f mail dates Bir and Arrivals aad Departure of LEADING Russias Conference 197 OF 198 MISCELLANEOUS Fire Dangers in Shanghai 205 The Public 205 Education of Chinese in Shanghai 206 Her Majesty the Empress Dowager 207 The American Mail Papers 208 Notices of 210 211 Chefoo 211 Irhang 214 Kuangrfi 214 North Kiangsu 214 215 215 215 215 216 Notes from the 216 London 217 Paris 219 The Municipal Council 220 Hall and 222 The Flying 222 Sport In His Britannic it Death of Hugh 237 The Mixed Court Sundry Cases 238 COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE WEEKLY SUMMARY Market 241 Exchange 245 Share 247 The NorthChina Herald is partly tet up by the Linotype Composing Jfliacellaneaus LATEST MAIL England 24 San Francisco 28 27 Tientsin 27 22 28 22 A B Rowing Shanghai Yacht lut and Bank The Shanghai Recreation Club Rangers Sportsmans Jun Cluh The Coronation Celebrations The China Coast Toleration in China The Ningpo Road The Chefoo False Hongkong arnl Shanghai Bank Dividends Imperial Decrees Notes on Native The Funeral of MenofWar and Merchantman in Col lision The Shansi University from Within News from Manila Lord Kitchener King Edwards LAW ooo 2 2 224 225 225 225 225 226 228 228 229 230 230 234 Supreme Ostasiatische Lloyd Moore 234 ft Police Court Rosa Gutter Aaron 236 Bertha Bentley Bent ley 237 In thf Consular Court for Sweden and Inquiry re the Loss of the Kiangsi 237 7th the 24th of at Bubbling Well the wife of Gilbert of the 17th of at the wife of Ulick of a the 26th of at British Co isuate Theodore to Blanche Maud nf On the 24th of at at the Shanghai General uf typhoid Jeanne the beloved wife of in her 43rd Oberleutenanfc im Ostasiaiis chen on the 25th of at at tie Uerman Military age 1 33 on the 26th of on board the Pilotboat Hinrick Kreudeuthnl Licensed aged 63 METEOROLOGICAL meter metftr ln d S 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2 S West 2 1 South 3 3 845 790 J 4 800 S9 0 4 3 Initials blue aky clouds fog hail lightning misty overcast snow thunder z Fone fiom 1 to RUSSIAS CONFER ENCE LIKE Jekyll and Russia sometimes likes to appear in characters which under ordinary conditions Russias appearance as the advocate of universal while at the same time in her other character plotting the absorption without any pretence of of was the most remarkable instance of this faculty of duplication up to the but another and equally characteristic has just Of all the advocates amongst the nations of protection in its narrowest and most exaggerated form Russia has been the and her fiscal system wherever introduced is marked by the most complete exclusion of any reciprocal element it was there fore with no small surprise that we received on the 19th instant a tele gram informing us that Russia had appealed bo the Powers who signed the celebrated Brussels with a view of interesting them in putting an end to the arti ficial interferences with wholesome trade brought about by the system of bounties on exports adopted by certain of the Continental States and further pointing out the danger from an international point of view of the modern system of Prob able incredulity that Saul should also be f und amongst the prophets was the first feeling on receivjpg the a feeling not dismissed by Balfours equally remarkable sratement that the British Govern ment was actually seriously consider ing Russias proposal of a joint agreement to protect international It is not for us to throw discredit on any useful however unpromising may be ap parently the source from which it emanates and we are therefore quite
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