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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 August 1894

\(]|.. ). NO. 24. jfRRST OVERT ACT Japanese Fire on and Sink a Chinese Junk. . C HINESE ARE KILLED. . iiia| .larution of War Has a* N | m ii'-'1 ' N i, ,n Ma'lf, aiwl Negotiations for |,|, i(( , Al< . »iitl P.«*ing Carried On— •a Kinc '- :l Prisoner. „... July 28.—While there Hicud declaration of war v, | Japan, actual hos . begun last Wednesday by |panW e attacking transports loaded i ■ i Chinese troops off the coast [ n the engagement the Chi stewnship Kow Shing was an j it j, said 1,000 Chinese were The Japanese have also made a of the King of Corea and, it is , . iV ,. gent him to Japan. July 28.— The Chinese M.nkoir the coast of Corea by .. 2Una belonged to the fleet of „-- Ull ,r< which sailed from Taku ;..,„ W ith 12,000 troops. The fleet IftTjika under an escort of gunboats. , :i ,v,,f the transports proceeded . Vith the gunboats, while the * m cd with full speed, so as to ■ j t i K .ir troopa as soon as possible. ansportfl which arrived hrst at „„ coast were a few hun...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 August 1894

T'l-iB Islander snisciui'TioN PRICE, $1.50 per year Strictly in advance AI>VEKTISIN<; KATES : standing ads, 25 cents per inch, pfr week, single cclumn measurement. Reading burtnaai locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notice such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for Ural insertion and 10 conts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to Tin; [slahpkb must be signed with the name of the vriter, not necessarily for publication, but ana guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, AUGUST iM 1594. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON. Editor and Prop. The boldness and effrontery of the Tacoma Ledger in charging in its correspondence that Judge John K. Winn, of the superior court, and Martin Maloney, deputy collector; of customs, gambled away hundreds of dollars of the Democratic central eoounitte'B funds two years ago has created quite a sensation and the Ledger will have a heavy libel suit on its hands unless satis...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 August 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR*. STATE OFFICKRR. John H. McGraw 1)or VinveriV Kra.ik 11. Lnoe 1("1!\"' -stVt. o lames 11. P/i.-e S«creUry OzroA. Eowen State Iro. a. s i L ' 1 W C Jones Atto^lic Instrrcion Chas. W. Btan Sllllt VmnisVioner W T For.cst I-and Ctoinmia 1,,],,, l WUson Congressman......... John B Al]^ USSeoato»i j '. W C Squire SCPREME COURT. . , TllS tice TJ Andeis chie f jusuti... Dun|jar I J P Iloyt issociftte Justices, c p styles | Elmon Scott COtr>*TY OlllllM. . , t-.-ifre J fl Winn Superior Juage —.. A. Ellspernian County UerK J"h" Edens Joint Senator^ ;; j X Tllc]:er Kepresentetne .. j Mv Recorder.. CM. Tucker Treasurer •■■••••• ( , L Carter i-ainnAn -1 J. 11. Nichols Commissioners, 1-•;;;;;; Weslev Wariier , fltr ..'.'.. \V. H. Thacker Attornoy .Asiiton W. Thomas Sherii X \v Hajiison Assess" 1; ;;;;;; c E Cantine rUry»VSchool's. KM Waiwbrough slll) tot.Sclioois Dr.Geo.S. Wright j cS&onerU S court h DAmson : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. RE...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 2 August 1894

THE TARIFF SITUATION The Opinions of Newspaper Representatives. A (iLOOMY VIEW IS TAKEN. Quarrel Between the President and His I'arty Friend* In the Senate Ha« Aroused the IJltteregt Feeling Among I>«'iiio<ra(i<- Factions. Ni:\v York, July 28.—President Cleve land'^ letter, Senator Gorman's bitter attack upon the Chief Executive and Hill's reply have so entirely changed the aspect of the tariff bill's chances of pas sage that there is a diversity of opinion among the Washington correspondents of the mote influential New York dailies as to the ultimate fate of that measure. The majority, however, take a gloomy view of the situation. The followingare gome of the expressions of opinion: The World: The quarrel between the President and his. party friends in the Senate has aroused the bitterest feelrng among the factions of the Democrats in and oat of Congress, and is. generally re garded as the greatest misfortune that could have happened to the Democratic party at this time. W...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 August 1894

VOL. I- NO. 25. HI! HOCS LET LOOSE japan Formally Proclaims War Against China. NOIirKMVKN TOOTHER NATIONS • ,f nth«M P«wcn Will Henceforth r , ( ,intr;il>:i"<l Articles of War at „ ihiu Peril Minister and Con- B uH ItecaHed. 1,,. , Ugust 3.—A dispatch just . Japan made a formal decla ,. ;ir upon China to-day. Lord Kjmberly, upon receipt of notice from -, Minister that war had | ar ed, wind all the British rep resentatives abroad to warn the captains : vessels of the fact in order might form their cargoes ac- Aiiv contraband ware com the cargoes will be handled at : the owners ol the vessels. AOBLD TO TAKE NOTICE. „ August :;.— The Japanese gov has informed a representative o f the foreign powers here that a state „f war exists between Japan and China. I |,j 9 i s regarded as equivalent to a decla n of war. EH \M> CONSULS RECALLED. London, August 3. —Private dispatches a! Japan lias? closed her legation inPekingand recalled her Minister and I , sula from China. . i. Aiun-t 1...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 August 1894

TVm Islander SUBSCRIPTION riu< $1.50 per year Strictly in advance Al»vr.UTl>!N<. KATES : I>i*;)!;;y standing a«K 25 cents per inch, per week, un?l ei:!umn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per lino per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc, 10 cents per line for first insertion andl6 conts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, nt customary legal rates. All communications to Thk Islam-iij must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication; but as a guarantee of good laith. . THURSDAY, august o.i ism. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSOX, Kditorand Prop. The American Railway Conven tion, holding session at Chicago, adjourned on the 3d. Before ad journment a resolution was passed recommending workingmen to vote the populist ticket. As finally presented to the house, the appropriation for the Columbia river is reduced from 8250.000 to SIOO.OOO and for the Lake Wash ington canal from 8100,000 to 125,000. Does...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 August 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATK OFFICERS. ....John H. McGraw G0vern0r......""--"^- Frank 11. Luce lieutenant ! state fnum H. Pri«-e Sec, reTrk-urVrt Z Ozro A. Bowen ; slaU< vTieneral WC Jones AU'; ri1.? 1 1, i Instruction Chas. W. JWan gulVc S nissioner W T Forrest l,nd • OI11! 111 John L Wilson . t)! ,.nan.......... John fi AUen USS* 1 \ W C Squire SIPHKME COUKT. . - T.ißticc T J Anders Chief Joattee BODunbar J p Iloyt l9J ,ociate Justices, j " c p styles ( Elmon .Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . „ T n) i<re J X Winn Superior Jadgj Geo . A . Ellsperman John Edens J"il!t «e»ator... J. E. Tucker Representative • y L Ml)rray Bet-order. CM. Tucker Treasurer ■•••■■■ i\l. Carter i ..iAiiorii < J. H. Nichols Commissioners, 1-;;;;;; Weslcy Warner W. H! Thacker Attornej Ashton W. Thomas Shenn... E w Hurris on Assessor. C E Cantine ?;^^oho^;:::::::... v ii iio°- s- riht f," 1' 1, ' Dr. Gco. S. Wright V^u^ionerV S Court H D Allison : TIIE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— FRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. KF...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 9 August 1894

GOMPERS HAS HIS SAY Federation President Writes Upon the Strike. EUGENE V. DEBS EULOGIZED. He Call* the Strike One of the Greatest Labor Struggles in the History of the Country, and Says No slan I>oubU !><-I>m* llonestry and Sincerity. New Yokk, July 90 —Samuel Gompers will publish in the August number of the American Federationist an editorial on the recent great strike. He says in part: . "The strike of the American Railway Union to influence i'ullman to submit to arbitration in the controversy between himself and his employes will long live in the memory of man as one of the greatest labor struggles in the history of the country. Like many of its prede cessors, it has failed of its immediate object, but it has accomplished more good in directing attention to the under lying wrongs of modern society than all the lectures and publications could secure in a decade. Out of all the tumuli it has revealed to the world the character of one of its noblest sons, Eugene V. Debs...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 August 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 26. Hi (IT THEM IN TWO The Great Northern Rail- road's New Policy IS REGAED TO ELEVATOR RATES. H.wit r M»n Are Alarmed, as They Think Mr. Hill's I'olicy Means Ruin ,r 1 Mt-ir Int«T«-*its —The Cut is in the ,-,t of Discontented Farmers. ;. Minn., August 10.—TheEast ,ta, a part of the Great „ system, to-day issued a circu ig charges of handling and etor d terminal elevators at this „ in order to help the larm- Northwest, who have been ing more and more discontented as ie decrease in prices. Own e other elevators at once called Manager Farrington and > iiave the certificates of the Northern elevators ruled off the Duluth board if the schedule was put Mr. Farrington dared them „,,;,, it, saying they would take their , sa i Nsu\ here if they adopted such . The elevator men are j n consternation, as they think J. J. new policy means ruin for their s ts which involve millions. Mr. jcording to Mr. Farrington, looks nninal elevator as he does a ed, and wants to make no ! for h...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 August 1894

The Islander SUBSCRIPTION PBICK, 11.50 per year Strictly in advance ADVERTISING RATES: Display standing ads, 26 cents per inch, p«r week, single eclumn measurement. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc., 10 cents per line for first insertion and 10 c«nts per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary legal rates. All communications to The Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16th 1894. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON", Editor and Prop. The people of San Juan county belong to the "Industrial class" and it is not fitting that we should send a man to the legislature other than a representative of that class. "To the greatest number the great est good." The government is now the lar gest railroad operator in the coun try. The United States courts, through receivers, are operating 43,000 miles of track. ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 August 1894

~~~" OFF KUL DIRECTOR!. btatk officbm. John H. McGraw flovernor....-"-;--" Frank H. Lnce gicrewry "[ £ tato"-;; ozro A Bowen BUte Tre^'SiV": W (J Jones Sswng .--fVjS; ction Chas. W. Bean lur« l l!l ssioner W T Forrest i.til Commissioner- John L Wilson Congre»m*n-y John B AUen (jgSiaaio»i | '.'.'. CfeJquire SUPREME COURT. , f ,__ T J Anders eh l f Justice ••••• Dunbar "" J P Hoyt »ioel*t« Justices, r C P Styles *»|OC I Elmon Scott COCUTT OFFICERS. Tll( u re J R Winn Superior J™«2SS Geo. A. Ellsperman County <- !t, rll John Edens Joint Senator.. ••■ J. E. Tucker Represents^ c J L Murray Kecordcr ' M. Tucker Treaiurer ••- Vi L. Carter . -«, J ... J. H. Nichols Coitjnn"l<)ne ' j-• Wesley Warner *■ " W. H. Thacker Attorney .Ashton W. Thomas Slierin E W Harrison Assessor ■"■ c c Cantine Barreyor.---"v:r--"/; R M Wansbrough gupt of Scboow ...Dr. Geo. S. Wright iinner U*S Court H D Allison Coin""'"' '" __ : THE : San Juan County Bank —:of:— JRIDAY HARBOR, WASHINGTON. BESPONSIBIUTY, *5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 16 August 1894

MUSCLE DANCE ENDED Turkish Female Artists Ar rested by Officers. A RATHER BREEZY SENSATION One of the Artist* Languishes In .Jail, and the Other Three Are Out on Bond* and Apparently Happy-The Manager of the Troupe Mad. PoKTi.Axn, Or., August 11.—The city authorities yesterday arrested the Turk ish women who have since Monday been giving exhibitions of the danse dv ventre, or muscle dance, at two resorts in this city before large crowds, and they announce that they will allow no further performances. There was a rather breezy sensation on lower Morrison street about 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when Con stable Connor and two deputies emerged from the Esmond Hotel in company with three reputed-to-be-beautiful and gaud ily-attired Turkish women, who for sev eral days past have been entertaining aowds at the Anheuser concert and beer hall by exhibitions of the famous mns de " dance. Constable Connor had just arrested the women on warrants sworn out before Justice Geis.ler by Deput...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 August 1894

VOL. ). NO. 27. HIE FUTURE OF EZETA Much Speculation as to the rse to be Pursued. THE OKDKRS ISSUED TO THOMAS. ulorinn i:<fng«e May Have llin , our I'ouilh, or He May be ', rretl I'roiu the Beiiiiington iit >. : i; -in at Asylum. ;ov, August 18.—The State has finally decided that the n refugees now on the Ben ing beyond the three-mile -.;!, Francisco, shall have full •. ,!(unity to come into court ow , if they can, that they are not (tradition. Orders have been to Commander Thomas of the a, which were communicated !v tugboat, to keep his vessel : three-mile limit until theex ii papers arrive at San Francisco. a were handed to the San ,r Minister at 5 o'clock last Sun ! ii_ r, ami should reach San Fran .jsrt) to-night or to-morrow morning. . arrive they will be placed in v of the United States Marshal, ngton will steam to the harbor refugees will be taken into cus to«lv -Mid produced before the United esConrt They are General Ezeta, | a te \ e-President of San Salvador; i uu-he...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 August 1894

TPi-iE Islander silis* KII'TION I'KICi:, 51.50 per year StriWly in advance ADVKUTIS!N(. RATES : Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, f»er week, single column measurement. Heading Iwrtnnai l«>ca!-, 20 oemtm per hue per week. Notices, su< as Want' d. For Sale, etc., 10 cents per lino for first insertion and 10 cflnts por line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary tflffal rates. All communications to Tin: Isi,ani>kk must bo signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, hut Ma puar.intee of good faith. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23d, The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSON, Editor and Prop. PEOPLES PARTY CONVENTION. Notice is hereby piven that on Saturday, 15th, litf*4, at one o'clock, p. m., the Peoples Party, of San Juan county, Washington, will meet in delegate con vention, at the school house on Shaw island, in San Juan county, for the pur pose of nominating candidates for all county offices, of said San Juan county. Also for the pur...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 August 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY. STATE OFFICERS. John H. McGraw Governor..-""""-"^' Frank H. Lneo I'ieuwnant Governor ■ prf^ Secretary °,'£" "". Ozro A. Bowen ptato Tri^ "/r'aV'V.'. «»W U Jones Attorney «^njra Clias.W. Bt an c up t m'" " m v' • ncr W T Forrest iili-1 i-ommiMt onei .....John L Wilson Congressman....- • • John H Alen r | Senators, j\Z \V C Squire rKK.MK COURT. .. „ T J Anders Chief Jurtice ('" R 0 Dunbar I ■■■.■/. J P Hoyt . K ncinte Justices, ; " C P Styles *iSOCI | Elnion Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. . ,„.]„„ JHWinn Pnpfrior •'»age- Geo A Ellspennaii County < lerK John E(]ens Joint Senator-. ••• J. E. Tnckcr B«presentau> j L Murray Recorder CM. Tucker Treasurer ■ • . ..('. L. Carter . . „.„ j"■ ..'. J. 11. Nichols Comnnssiione r., ' .Wesley Warner v " W. 11. Thacker Attorney Ashton W. Thomas Sher>" . JE \V Harrison Assessor C E Cantine Surre.vor...-..-" •—•" R M Wansbroujrti supt ot Scliow^ Dr. Geo. S. Wright urt " DAllison S?gnerU"BC^rt:— H DAMbop ____: THE: San Juan County ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 23 August 1894

NO SIGNS OF YIELDING German Socialists and the Berlin Ring Brewers. THE VORWAERTS TAKES A HAND. Both Parties Have Suffered Greatly, But the Boycott Is Continued and the Fight Prolonged—Klgr Saloonkeepers Refuse Boyc«tter« Their Halls. Berlin, August KJ.—The struggle be tween the Socialist boycotters and the ring brewers does not grow lees. AW though both parties have suffered enough to welcome an end, neither thinks of yielding a point. The Vorwaerts, which leads in the fight for the Socialists, with daily columns of exhortation for friends and denunciation of enemies, says that the list of boycotted houses carries now gome 2,000 names. Many of these houses, however, are the smallest back yard sa loons, whose business interests are Maioely worth considering. The big Berlin saloonkeepers still refuse to let the boycotters use their assembly halls. The loss to the landlords on this account is heavy, although a part, of it is covered with subsidies from the Landlords' Asso ciation. The...

Publication Title: Islander, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 August 1894

VOL. 4. NO. 28. FOR EQUAL COINAGE. nized Labor Contributes the Silver Question. [EB AND PRESENT VALUES. utstlve Hartman of Montana , n t« involutions for the Free . , „f >ilver, Accompanied by an ..,.. ..f the Labor Leaders. , August 24. —Representa- • V mtana has presented ;. -nations for the free r, which are regarded by , i advocates as one of the ant expressions in favor of rhicfa have been elicited ■ >n of the past year. The ■ been considered and ring the present session by ■ powerful labor organizations :!:try, are strongly worded and . bj the chief officers of the The signers are J. D. ■ and Master Workman, and i [ayes, Secretary and Treasurer o f the Knighta of Lat>or; Samuel Gomp . ut of the American Federa : Marion Butler, President National Farmers' Alliance; tenor, President, and P. F. Secretary of the Brotherhood - and Joiners; P. M. Ar ef of the Brotherhood of Lo iL'ineers; C. A. Rollinson, lent of the Farmers' Mutual Bene brank Sargent, Grand r Workman, and F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 August 1894

"The Islander SUBSCKIPTXOX FItICE, 81.50 per year Strictly in advance * ADVTKTISIX; KATES: Display standing ads, 25 cents per inch, per week, sing lo eclumn llffinmnt. Reading business locals, 20 cents per line per week. Notices, such as Wanted, For Sale, etc.. It cents per line for first insertion and 10 rents per line each week thereafter. Legal notices, at customary Legal rates. All communications to Thk Islander must be signed with the name of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but aaa guarantee of good faith. THURSDAY, AUGUST 30th, 1894. The Official Paper of San Juan County. A. J. PAXSOX, Editor and Prop. PEOPLES PARTY CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, September 15th, 1894, at oneo'elock, p. m., the Peoples Party, of San Juan county, Washington, will meet in delegate con vention, at the school house on Shaw island, in San Juan county, for the pur pose of nominating candidates for all county offices, of said San Juan county. Also for the purpose of ...

Publication Title: Islander, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 August 1894

OFFICIAL DIRECTOR!. STATE OFFICERS. John H. McGraw : G? rc™°nt Governor Frank H. Lnce Lietl t«rv ofState -James H. Pri.-e j HecreTrJasure^ I.'"' Ozro A. Bowen j S tat« Tra^ l er al W C Jones AU° r pn: i)lic Instruction Chas. W. Btan Sap^ ,' nissioner W T Forrest Und C° r" n John L Wilson ,-ontr— n- •7;;;;;.;.. John B Allen y S Senators, | W C Kquire SUPREME COURT. , T ,-jif.p T J Anders Chief ustice -; R o Dunbar J P Hoyt Awoclftte Justices, -j c p styles A I Elmon Scott COUNTY OFFICERS. ,„_ Tnii«rf> J Winn Superior Judge-- .... Geo. A. perman W Lnator:*:: John Edens Joint Senawr.. j. c. Tucker Represents c .•»•-. y L Murray Recorder.. CM. Tucker rre«»arer •■••• ( % L arter .-„„(,,, J J. H. Nichols Commissioners, j •-;;;;-; Wesley Warner , . rll(iV ........V. W. H. Thacker Attorney " Ashton \V. Thomas Shen».-.. E W Harrison A^° f r ; C E Cantine Sirv/' >, Schools'". R M Wansbrough :l>i\':. ■• Dr- Geo. S. Wri ComnSioner U S Court H D Allison . : THE : San Juan County Bank —:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The islander. — 30 August 1894

WAR RUMORS DENIED No Recent Battle Between China and Japan. ANOTHER UNCONFIRMED BATTLE LI Hung Chang, Viceroy of China, Or der* the Mobilization of the Chinese Fleets in the Gulf of Pi Chi Li-The Opinion of a Corean. London, Airlift 26.—The Central Hem in authority for the statement that officials of the Japanese legation here deny that there has l>een an engagement recently either on land or on sea be tween the forces of Japan and China. Officials declare also that the dispatch to the Standard from Berlin, referring to Count Ito'a remarks concerning the interests of Japan and Russia in the completion of the Siberian railway, was the invention of the Chinese embassy in the German capital. Neither the foreign office nor the Chinese legation has received any news of the battles mentioned by the Times correspondent thin morning. At the legation the offi cials say that General Yen, who form erly commanded at Asan, has joined his force of 2,000 men to the Chinese north ern army at I'i...

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