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[Received January 10, 2.10 am.]

THE CHINESE TROUBLE.

GERMANS IN ACTION.

SEVERAL HOURS' FIGHTING. FUTURE CHINESE CAPITAL.

London, January 9.

Colonel J. W. G. Tulloch, who with

force of Baluchi (Indian), Australian (navaO), and Japanese troops recently ad- vanced on Ivaoli-yung, to punish a body of anti-foreigners, who some little time since aittacked a European patrol with smokeless powder, and sent insulting mes- sages to the allies, has now Teturned to Pekin. He reports that the inhabitants of Kaoli-yung are submissive.

¿Pt is reported that the German troops, aiter a fight which lasted for several hours, succeeded in expeöing a force of 3,000 Chinese from, a town situated 20 miles north-west of the junction of the walls of Pekin. Of the Chinese force 200 -were käled or wounded, the German loss being one killed and four wounded.

Ohang-dhi-tung, the anti-foreign Viceroy of Shena, is urginig ishe Imperial Court to establish itihe future capital of the Empire in tihe Yangtse Valley.

It is announced from Pekin that identic protocols embodying the conditiona of peace have been presented by each of the allied Powers, through its représentative, to the Chinese envoys for their signature and for the Imperial- seal. Dr. G. E. Mor- rison, 'the Pekin correspondent of the "Times,"' (reports having been assured b? some of the leading Chinese officials that there is every reason to believe that the acceptance of the terms will be duly com-

pleted.

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