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ingawhich is population and, with the Chinese, only population means confidence and business. Kwang-chau-wan is undoubtedly a credit to the money spent on it, and it has the appearance of a quiet little watering place. M. Doumer having failed to obtain his desired sanatorium at Macao might well use this port for such a purpose.
In anticipation of business, however, the French are already commencing to construct spacious quays, and have arranged
to build a steam tramway round the settlement with a termin u s, like that of the famous British North Borneo Railway, somewhere in the country. Everything is being prepared for the accommodation of the population, foreign and native, by a
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