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The Straits Times. vol.. XXXI PUBLISHED EVERY SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1875. SATURDAY EVENING No. 2.058

THE STRATIS TIMES SATURDAY, LNOVEMEBER 20, 1875 LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. [ARTICLE]

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THE STRATIS TIMES SATURDAY, LNOVEMEBER 20, 1875 LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS. st>l Pepper 10 Sarawak 2.47 i a ..tyne :*i>i 108 ••.iug« '-•<*>. J' 5 r ci.»th» Li*. do 14<) y*fLK«I OS LONl' B»uk bills 6 month* «itfb< t U \l..■utary •Us T.P.DockSharea >I paidtSlW r ud P :tl i i.,i

FORTNIGHTS SUMMARY. [ARTICLE]

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FORTNIGHTS SUMMARY. Pkk\k affairs have been the princiic of interest during tin- fortJust More the departure of ail, H. E. the Governor received graphic rejHjrt from Penang of the murder of Mr. J. W. W. Birch, late lial Secretary and then Queen's nei to Perak. Mi merely a report, but

THE NATIVE STATES. [ARTICLE]

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THE NATIVE STATES. Thk present state of affairs in Perak, while the source of considerable anxiety and responsibility to the Government, will probably have the etiect of bringing to an issue (teat principle that must be impressed sooner or later upon the minds of the inhabitants of all the Native

PERAK. [ARTICLE]

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PERAK. There are so many conflicting tele- grams and reports from what we sup- pose we must now call the seat of war," that it is difficult to form any idea as to how the disturbances began, what has actually happened, and what the actual state of affairs is, far

PERAK. [ARTICLE]

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PERAK. We think we are only expressing the general opinion when we say that the energetic manner in which the Perak trouble has been taken in hand is Worthy of all commendation. It is a fact worth noting that in about ten days a respectable naval and military force have

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Lookim; over the imperfect sketchmaps of Perak and Laroot, it appears to us on reconsideration that there need not be much difficulty after all in bringing condign punishment on all concerned in, Mr. Birch's murder and all who are now up in arms against British .rule, repudiating their engagements. Th%

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Our readers may be interested to know about Rajah Lelah, who seems by all accounts to have been the principal actor in the tragedy which we all deplore. He used to live up at Quallah Kangsa, about 150 miles from the mouth of Perak river. Mr. Swettenham thus describes the

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Sim k the alwve was written, we have been informed that there are two Maharajahs Lelahs, one of whom lives at Uualla. kangsa and the other at Passir Sala. There is a growing impression that the murder of Mr. Birch was not premeditated, and it is reported at the natives

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\I,VKRTIBKJIE»TB. tinement* m»dekn.wn into for long periods •II L :.>n» will ne 1(1 also in Ran*, .'RNHILL, 1...uiW1 Street, oity 1 Itmry in Caloopytae Ut all ill <..untermuii.l..l ugly. N I I N 1 s r. >}..-, tfully request fil to nation to the proprietors .-ul.nity iv tlu-ilehvervof Timely notice

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THI STR UTS TIM Weekly Edition MO P« Annum i II If Y.,,r:v M Bthi I"' W^^rly 5

THE PERAK EXPEDITION. [ARTICLE]

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THE PERAK EXPEDITION. T«E murder of Mr. Birch, Queen's Commissioner at. Perak, the subsequent death of Captain Innes and the wounding of Lieutenants Elliot and Booth and eigtft British soldiers, are matters aye import to every British sul>ject and every European in the Colony, and to British prestige throughout the

THE PRINCE OF WALES' VISIT. [ARTICLE]

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THE PRINCE OF WALES' VISIT. Tut Indian papers are full of nothing but the Prince of Wales' visit. We append a list of the Western Indian 1 Chiefs who were to meet the Prince i in Bombay ai'Ue, with their respective retinues. It may readily he imagined that rents have

ITEMS FROM THE JAVA PAPERS. [ARTICLE]

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ITEMS FROM THE JAVA PAPERS. (lWuMftsW for the Straits Time*.) It is requested of /mr coDt«nipjroiies th«t in repro<liictiuir theae translations, their onerin&l appearance in the Strattn Timer, may be acknowledged Accordiug to the latest received Batavia journals which come down to the 11 th instant, the Italian ship Ammmm

ITEMS FROM THE MANILA PAPERS. [ARTICLE]

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ITEMS FROM THE MANILA PAPERS. {Translated for the Straits Times.) ,1 Vi "g"* l l ?<" oouWmponu-iea that iv repro .etiUK thaw trau.ktion,, their original appearam-e m the Mntti Time, may be ackuowlc<Ljed.) In the Diario de Manila appear the following particulars of a fire on board a British vessel

Reuter's Telegrams. [ARTICLE]

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Reuter's Telegrams. li'indii BaAru Permi, \'-i//t Sorcmlifr. Gunboats blockading the River. Villages along Banks deserted. Occasional tiring from Malay stockade. Disaffected Malays from Larool and Salangore are reported joining the Ilebels, the Chinese are anxious to cooperate with the English. Tune* c«>rrespondent arrived esterdav. The Naval Brigade is going to

Correspondence.

TELEGRAPH CABLES. [LETTER]

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TELEGRAPH CABLES. To the Editor of the Dai!/ Times I>e\e Sib, 1 was greatly surprit reading a paragraph in your issue of ye* terday stating that the rapi I del "tion of the cable iv these waters to the ravages of insects or worms Such an unqualified statement is likely

THE VOLUNTEERS. [LETTER]

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THE VOLUNTEERS. To the Editor uf the Daily Times. Sib,— Through tin medium of jrou' widely circulated paper, will you kindly give effect to the following. Lost, strayed, or ihowing the while feather, on account of the Straits difficulties, some members of the Singapore Volunteer Ooip*. If all or any

FRIDAY, 19th NOVEMBER. [ARTICLE]

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FRIDAY, 19th NOVEMBER. Tin Btcwardi of the Sporting dab a meeting visterday afternoon, and, upon full eoeMoVfaAatM, unaniawMaly decided that under axiating rtaitif* it would be inappropriate ,i Ball. There will therefore be Race Kill a* usual to wind up the Meeting.

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Thk linti>li steamer Bea Y*Mp >'"'//, kin I>arkc, which arrived this iig from Bangkok] brooghl news Iliaion having oeenrrod batmen .miiTs, the fruigi-ul- of this 1 .mother Britiab steamer, Irom Hongkong, the RtJmmmUimmmitr, as both Droaatng tho bar of the Bangkok river outward boaaai. The araa kading and when on

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fiii.ia sc. iv.- t«> be fatality attending it the present moment in Scarcely a day passes withne casualty being heard o4 among A short time ago new- came the WUlm A Se'lcrlaii'U-n near Hatavia. Another Dnioh ilaaaacr the oWei is now rtportad as mioaing ami aappoood to be totally lost.

SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER. [ARTICLE]

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SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER. I'iiK Briti>li stcam.'r Mmimtmtff Capt Btnrroek, from London via Bel I Canal, arrived at I'anjong Pagni wharf yesterday altern, (v to China. Pas>kn.kkI 'ti.jkuny.— Lieut. -Col. Shervington, Mrs Shervington 4 daughters, and aane, tkaa and:! children, Mrs. Sutton, Mi- Wright. Mr. Moore. y, folumi Mr and Mrs.

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TW steamer Fltmn C—tU left for li iiatigthis mcrningat daylight, having the ahin JtrfmtMut, coal bdon. This arrangement will save much time, CaUNJ being a powerful tumaf The Pyuh Pekket leaves this aftcraaaau

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Wk understand His Honor the Chief j Jaatiee will dispose of the Summary j Court cases now on the list, sitting for i this, purpose on Monday.

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HttEununCl the Governor kit .arlv yesterday morning in the PbUt tor Perak, accompanied by Capt. Paton, D.( Lieut. McCallum, Private Se,i,t;in Major (ieneral Colborne and llonl.le Mr. Philipiw, Attorney (i. n.ial and Acting Puisne Judge.

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mbiut'i (iv'ernmeat Gn:el/e notities the appointment of Captain tughton, 1/lOth llegt., to be a Police Magistrate and Commissioner of the Conftof Requests at Malacca, and a Justice of the PaaOe of the Straits Scttl.nients. Ccrtilicatcs of naturali/ation have bean granted t<> Carl Chriatiaa v, Wee Chin Kow, Chan kve Mong,

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WTb arc re«|ue.-tc<l by Mr. Maxwell, Superintendent ut Police, to notify tinpublic that there is to be large Teo 1 hew Chinese precession on Monday, j which will block, up all the principal m the Chinese part of the town throughout the day. Merchants and othen nuning intu Town onthatdav,

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TiitKß are two, or rather three theories in regard to the cause and etigia ot the rising in lVrak. One is, that the murder af Mr. Hirch and Arshad his interpreter was simply the result ai a Midden access of rage, an OaaMl in ajnaad by the interpreter's blow with

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SHORTLI alter tlie tinipt of the news from 1\ rak of the murder of Mr. Hrah, tho aiiiuiiiiK-ement that tlie Maharajah of Joliore ititeii'lod to despatch his jjuuboat I'nliii to l'erak river occasioned KMM surprise and unfavourable comment* in our columns. have since Meerteined that His Highae— J action in

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Plan the Si am Ifn l. Ad re rimer of the lltli instant, we learn that OHicial news l>ave been moved mm the North to the rfhflt that the Siamese Kxpeditionarv Force had on jhe 80th September BtUehal the Cheea Hails, stormed their fortresses at See-tahu and Wi.t-chan, ami pat

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The same paper contains a return of the Imports and Exports of Siam .1 during the month of October, furnished by Mr. S. Batcman, Commissioner i of Custom, from which wi make the following abstract. The figures show :il a glance what an important market Bangkok is to Singapore. The

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Tin: following notilication appear in a Qmxettt Erf raordi miry of yesterday's dale GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATION No. 265. His Exielleuey the Governor gre:itly regrets to aunoujce the death of the llon'ble J. W. W. Birch, Colonial BaOMtarj, and Acting Qoeen'o Commissioner in l'erak. The Hon'ble J. W. W. Birch waa treaeluroiislv

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Tin-, following two Proclamations by Sultan Abdullah of Perak, copies Of which were laid Wore the Legislative Council last month, are of some interest in face of recent events: PROCLAMATION BY THE SULTAN OF PERAK. We Sultan Abdu:w.alah Mahomkd Shah, sou of the late Sultan Jakfik Ai. Muatham Shah, Sultan

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Thk Bombay Chamber of Commerce dawaawa the qajaation <>f postage rates in a paragraph in its Annual Report just issued which we extract in full below. It certainly is something absurd that postage should be cheaper from India to Berlin than to England. As the Bast India Association lately told

ADVRETISEMENT. [ARTICLE]

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ADVRETISEMENT. Berkeley. Sept. 1869. Gentleman, 1 feel it a duty I owe to you to express my gratitude for the great benefit I have dd rived by taking 'Norton's Camomile PilsI applied to your agent, Mr. Bell, Berkeley, for the above tamed Pills, for wind iv the stomach, from which

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

Arrivals. [ARTICLE]

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Arrivals. Saturday. 13th NoveauMr. British steamer AbboUlord tons. Patterson oinmander, Pen nig 11th Hoy., ouaeigaeei Soott, Wlibaai A Co. German barque Canopus, Mi" tons. Lunge comin.inder, Cardiff 7th July, consignees Messai; -rks Maritime*. German barque Hero, 1,0 J6 tout, Peteehisiro commander, Cardiff liitn July. Italian ship Sumatra, 770 tCOU, Moutecbi.iro

Departures. [ARTICLE]

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Departures. Monday, loth November. British Ttni Jeddah, Clark, for Peuaug aud Jeddah. I Spanish steamer Salvador.i, BotaMehoa, ■■MM I British rtfiaa Qawdof Ca-stlo, Crcig, lor Hongkong. Tuesday, llitli November. British Bancn, Reynolds, for Bangkok. British rtwm Ancbises, Butl;r, for Hongkong A Shanghai Italian barque Nuovo Guiseppino, Parodi, for Marseilles. Spanish

SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR. [ARTICLE]

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SHIPPING IN THE HARBOUR. Ship's Namks. Captains. Klau and Rig lons. I Ship's Namks. Xi A.; and Rio ions. ■>r arRIVAL. Whibi From CONBiaNKKB Oil AOKNTB. iDbstimation. MEN-OF-WAR 2 Timor de Wai I H. N. M. steamer STEAMERfc Weasel British steamer Pilot Fish Marshall British steamer 1 Sumner Suckling British

VESSELS IN DOCK OR LYING AT WHARVES. [ARTICLE]

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VESSELS IN DOCK OR LYING AT WHARVES. Victoria Dock P. 0. Wharf Borneo Company's Wharf New Harbour Dook Company Limited 6 Jardine, Muhesoß and Company's Wharf. 7 Bob Aooord Dock 8 Government Wharf 9 At Johore

THE VOLUNTEERS. [LETTER]

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THE VOLUNTEERS. U T,mn) -i Singapore has at last •i liis work J* ollect neopive Won Ma reaches I toast ready i *«d armed, tail. ive the I i tea, and as soon as 1h found at amoni» in truly, kEADY

Original Poetry. [ARTICLE]

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Original Poetry. i 1 «h ake vi ..I right, .ii_\ sun sad tr vitl bob; „-ht. .(uick u« it i roast. I To* t >ir.' ff tho room. I ;wt Mil .IU i mffio H 'h are tb<

News of the Week. [ARTICLE]

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News of the Week. MONDAY, l Si EMBER. turned yesterday niornPank. The only item of P< r.ik is the capture, at of Hadji Alii, one ol who had evidently out and report the I to Ins friends. The ••rciiching themselves at Bahru, (the Reeneaey) and were \t llent spi:

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t..rmeilv an othVer Tu'iku Dm < t'xliii, is g get together an auxi- of natives for the (iovernI.rate in concert with the We hear, ai the reeroitutg goea oa i- .i sufficient number of stamp an not easily got •I notice. c believe i tlii.- force lo 5

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i be nmre than one prowiing about the island bul we are informed Saturday, the tHh.andon Mon--Bth inst., a tiger was actually n 'he l.asseriau Kstate. On the on bo was in the ac-t of mak- rino; at s-onn-thinff, presumably .mil on the second slinking throngs the jungle.

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amend t<> the attention of I glin Club a new EwßMg Onm i the celebrated Boole for H. I'imee ol Wales and suit.- for iring the visit to India. This eream-eolored jacket K:.;. -kerlHH-ker-. with a narrow braidgold round the jacket front." We |i M wtU to be KMMlikea China

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CoNSIDEKABLE anxiety has been felt regarding the whereabout > of Mr. J. who htt some days ago interior of Salangore, ami had D heard from. W« arc tflad to •..rii that this morning a letter was 1 l.v the (i.'Virnment from Mr. Davidson, dated Mh November. He en a1 Cbervai,

TUESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER. [ARTICLE]

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TUESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER. W arc remitted to announce that n COM) j.i.u. <>t the Fancy Sale M aid tll-( UMM iiirU' School Uet at the Town Hall next ii. Lai* Jervois will be i in." from 4.an"tu U t. U. instead 12 to 2.

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liie steamer Pyak Pekhel, which arrived thii morning, brought news !>om Perak to the lUh inst. There 18 nothing later than already published. 'V' "till M Bandar Bahru, rytsiagwaf reported as perfectly .juiet when the I'yuh Pekket left

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P. i O. steamer Kashy.ir, which arrived this aßernoon, brought down Major General Cbßiorne, and 300 men of the 80th, to assist this (Jovernment in the Perak difficulty. H. M.S. Riuq. Hongkong for this port on the 9th instant, and the K.jerin, then daily ted from the north, would In-

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v HSI has the Hur/,- coolie mutiny ca«e been disposed of, before we have to chronicle another similar case, with the difference that this time the crime ot murder will be added to the eh*!**. On Saturday, we briefly noticed a reportd OOofie mutiny on hoard the schooner Liberty. It

WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. [ARTICLE]

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WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. rkon our aaHertiainff columns it will -n that Mr. Seliles.-elnnillli. Photograpoer, bat for sale Photographs of the late Mr. Birch. A large sized one ii left at onr office, and as it is speaking likeness," we can with confidence recommend it to our friends, not only as

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The troops brought from Beagkoaw bj the mail steamer yesterday will proceed to-morrow direct to Perak in H. M. S. Ringdove and Egeria, embarking Irom Taujoiig Pagar wharf. The steamer wohore has been chartered by Government to convey a native force of lUti men, under Mr. Fontaine, to Klaug, and

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The homeward P. O. mail steamer. Kas/iyar, Captain Baker, from Hongkoug 11th inst., arrived at the P. O. wharf yesterday afternoon, and will leave at I p. M. to-day. Passengers. For Singapore. Major Amiel, Major Tyler, Captain Howard, Lieut. Cole, Lieut. Y>\ Sbippard, Captain Creagh, Lieut. Prior. Major General Colborne,

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The following are the names of the offioon and the strength of the force which arrived from Hongkong by the itcaailir Kktkfmr yesterday Major C. F. Amiel, Brevet-Major C. J. K. Tyler, Captain C. F. Creagh, Ca]>tain W. Howard, Lieut. K. Prior, Lieut. C. C. Cole, and Lieut. W. 11.

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At the last races we were favored by seeing a winning horse called Samuel Pliwuott, and we cannot help thinking that the real PtimioU might In: of service at this port. It appears to be an understood thing that native owners of steamers load their steamers, not on the rule

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The following items from the China Mid are of interest We hear that the Hoppo lias, within the last last six months, nisei overUOO Chinese junks, and realized something like ?NOO,(XX) from their confiscation, together with their cargoes, and from lines in lieu of confiscation in some cases. A nice

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BMNMWn are in circulation that a leading .Manila house --Messrs. Htisselli, Sturj;is —lias MwpendoJ payment, the liabflities lK'in^ some Twenty Million Dollars. This includes lar^e sums on deposit. It is thought that the suspension is only temporary, tad we trust that this old and respected tarn will shortly be able

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A tilejram was this morning received trom Ainoy bj Messrs Hutterlield Swire, the Agents of the steamer Glrngyle ("Captain Carncil), announcing the total loss of that vessel at I) o'clock yesterday Dooming. She was hound to Swatow, •ad struck on an unknown rock in Three Chimney Hlutt's Passage. S. K.

THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBER. [ARTICLE]

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THURSDAY, 18th NOVEMBER. Thk llon'ble Major McNair, Colonial Engineer, proceeds to Perak as Acting Uueen's Commissioner, aud leaves today hi 11. M. S. Ringdove,

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TkU Submarine Telegraph Company's repairing ship Agnes returned to this port yesterday evening, after effecting the repair of the cable between this and Java. She will leave to-morrow for Penang, whence she will proceed at once to repair the break in the Madras cable, which is understood to be somewhere

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A tkllgkam has been received by the (jovernmeut this morning, stating that on the 15th inst., a combined land and water attack was made by 250 British troops and sailors, upon four stockades occupied by Malays, who made a (>roloaged and obstinate resistance, but after a long day's lighting the

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Thk following report on outward Mills of Lading by Canal steamers, lias been made by the Committee of the Bombay Chamber of Commerce BILLS OF LADING, OUTWARDS. It will be remembered that a meeting of merchants, and others interested in the trade with the East, was held at the London

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iftigrrUanroug. DR. J. COLLIS BRGWNES' CHLORODYNE. Is the Original and only (ienitine The Public nrc TAiTTiONEn a?a*nst. th.unfounded statements frequently i n 1 1 that "the composition of Chi.<'l<-)i>y#J i known to Chemists and the Medical Profession." The fact is. Cht.orodtne was Di-«. -veredand Invented hv Or J. Coi.LIS Brown