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CHINA. POSITION AT PEKING. EMPRESS DOWAGER RESUMES POWER. PRINCE TUAN'S PROCLAMATION. CHERISHING THE "BOXERS." SAFETY OF THE LEGATIONS. AID OF OFFICIAL SYMPATHISERS. RUSSIAN TROOPS IN THE FAR EAST. LONDON, July 10. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 12 July 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:59 EMPRESS DOWAGER RESUMIOS
A Ohinese ofñoial report at Shanghai
her authority on Juno 30, and appointed
forces, as her Primo Minister.
ahd recommended that thoy should con-
tinue tli3ir measures for the protection of
commands the Manohu garrison of 10,000
the " Boxers " his cherished " Braves,"
and promising thom abundant rewards.
»
POWER. ?
LONDON, July 10".
EMPRESS DOWAGER RESUMES
A Chinese official report at Shanghai
her authority on June 30, and appointed
forces, as her Prime Minister.
and recommended that they should con-
tinue their measures for the protection of
commands the Manchu garrison of 10,000
the "Boxers" his cherished "Braves,"
and promising them abundant rewards.

POWER.
LONDON, July 10.
PRINCE TUAN'S EXCUSES. NOT A PARTICIPATOR IN THE OUTRAGES. TRIED TO PROTECT TUE LEGATIONS. WHY THE "BOXERS" MASSACRED. LONDON, July 12. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 13 July 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:56 PEINCE TUAN'S EXCUSES.
lElED TO PROTECT TUE LEGA-
Prraea Tuon, who was roported to have
isizod the reins of Government at Peking,
on June 29 circulated on edict in Peking
directing the Chinese ambassadors to in
(arm the Powers that he had not partici-
ia tho capital, and that ho had tried his
utmost to protect tho legations.
Hen von Kettolor, the German Minister,
and other outragea to the natural fury
of tho " Boxers " when they hoard of
tia destruction of tho Taku forts by the
soldiers of tho Powers inflamed the
populace,
detained ia Poking under Imperial pro-
tection. _
LONDON, July 12.'
PRINCE TUAN'S EXCUSES.
TRIED TO PROTECT THE LEGA-
Prince Tuan, who was reported to have
seized the reins of Government at Peking,
on June 29 circulated an edict in Peking
directing the Chinese ambassadors to in-
form the Powers that he had not partici-
in the capital, and that he had tried his
utmost to protect the legations.
Herr von Ketteler, the German Minister,
and other outrages to the natural fury
of the "Boxers" when they heard of
the destruction of the Taku forts by the
soldiers of the Powers inflamed the
populace.
detained in Peking under Imperial pro-
tection.
LONDON, July 12.
CHINA. THE HEIR-APPARENCY. PRINCE TUAN'S SON DEPOSED. LONDON, Dec. 2. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 3 December 1901 page Article 2014-09-24 20:52 blaming Prince Tuan for the Boxer troublos,
deposing his sou from tbo heir-iipparency to
tho Throne, and expolling him from the
THE HEIR-APPAKENCr.
LONDON, Dee. 2.
blaming Prince Tuan for the Boxer troubles,
deposing his son from the heir-apparency to
the Throne, and expelling him from the
THE HEIR-APPARENCY.
LONDON, Dec. 2.
CHINA. MONEY PACIFIES PRINCE TUAN. LONDON, April 6. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 7 April 1903 page Article 2014-09-24 20:49 they Iiuve therefore desisted for the present
from proceeding with their enterprise lo
place.Pu-chun on the Throne.
Prince Tuan and Tung-fu-hsiang sent un ulti-
should depose the Einporor Kivtiug-lisu and ¡nstal
Pu-chuu, Prmco Tumi's son, as Emperor. Otherwise
the nrince and his geuor.il threatened a partition,
erecting the provinces of Shcnsi and Ivansu into ii
separate kingdom, with lisian tis the capital.
they have therefore desisted for the present
from proceeding with their enterprise to
place Pu-chun on the Throne.
Prince Tuan and Tung-fu-hsiang sent an ulti-
should depose the Einporor Kwang-hsu and instal
Pu-chun, Prince Tuan's son, as Emperor. Otherwise
the prince and his general threatened a partition,
erecting the provinces of Shensi and Kansu into a
separate kingdom, with Hsian as the capital.
CHINA. MONEY PACIFIES PRINCE TUAN. LONDON, April 6. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 7 April 1903 page Article 2014-09-24 20:47 The Empress Downger has pacißed Prince
Tuan and Tung-fu-hsiang with monoy, and
*
The Empress Downger has pacified Prince
Tuan and Tung-fu-hsiang with money, and

PRINCE TUAN'S REBELLION. LONDON, March 7. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 10 March 1902 page Article 2014-09-24 20:45 PRINCE TUAN'S REBELLION. I
PRINCE TUAN'S REBELLION.
PRINCE TUAN. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 24 November 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:44 J. E. Rodgen. J. O. Smith- A. A. Locke. Aldermaa John Young. M. Moan. W. Wilkle. 1 F. Gartrell ' J J Bromwleh
R. Muir. W. H. Goddard. N. Hopson. H. Moses. H. Chapman, M.L.A. E. 0. Aitken. F. A. Morgan. T. T. Forsyth W H Hoeklnm.
P. 0. Butler, E. Wahlberg. F. Thomaa. H. A. Young.
(D. Bernard, SwiaB Btudioa, Bourke-street, photo.)
J. R. Rodgers. J. C. Smith. A. A. Locke. Alderman John Young. M. Moran. W. Wilkie. F. Gartrell. J. J. Bromwich.
R. Muir. W. H. Goddard. N. Hopson. H. Moses. H. Chapman, M.L.A. E. G. Aitken. F. A. Morgan. T. T. Forsyth. W. H. Hoskings.
P. C. Butler, E. Wahlberg. F. Thomas. H. A. Young.
(D. Bernard, Swiss Studios, Bourke-street, photo.)
PRINCE TUAN. (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 24 November 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:41 I'rinee Tuan, the leader of the 1! 'ver
movement. to whom chiefly is duo :h>
reign of terror in China, has been des-r:' ed
ns a man of mystery. The mystery 'i'« in
his suddenly acquired contvo! of all the
forces of icvolt. and g^nerilly in his aims
secret. ? He is the hrother of the old Km
peror. and. eonsenuentlv, uncle of the
weakly young ruler. Kwang-Su. ah-iut
whose fate there has been so much himvr
tainty. Born some 40 years ago. Tuan :s a
young man as age runs in the cape ff
statesmen and leaders of men, but a jrl.-iT'.-e
of much of the power he vrieMs. It a
strong face, grim and determined, the eye--,
the mouth, and the heavy iaw being the ;
of the typical "bruiser." He is a man ? f
great physical strength, a trained atlil.; ,
and until the rebellion broke out he .!
voted much time to keening hims.'ii
"condition," tr^ use a sport'ng phrase.
I'KIXCK TUAX.
Prince Tuan, the leader of the Boxer
movement, to whom chiefly is due the
reign of terror in China, has been described
as a man of mystery. The mystery lies in
his suddenly acquired control of all the
forces of revolt, and generally in his aims
secret. He is the brother of the old Em-
peror, and, consequently, uncle of the
weakly young ruler, Kwang-Su, about
whose fate there has been so much uncer-
tainty. Born some 40 years ago, Tuan is a
young man as age runs in the case of
statesmen and leaders of men, but a glance
of much of the power he wields. It is a
strong face, grim and determined, the eyes,
the mouth, and the heavy jaw being those
of the typical "bruiser." He is a man of
great physical strength, a trained athlete,
and until the rebellion broke out he de-
voted much time to keeping himself in
"condition," to use a sporting phrase. ||
PRINCE TUAN.
PRINCE TUAN. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 13 October 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:35 Tbc conspicuous Prince of Tuan is the
The conspicuous Prince of Tuan is the
PRINCE TUAN. (Article), Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919), Saturday 13 October 1900 page Article 2014-09-24 20:35 Yit-Sung, offended againdt the dynastic
Yit-Sung, offended against the dynastic

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