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Twentieth Century Impressions of Hongkong, Shanghai, and other Treaty Ports of China.djvu
Title Twentieth Century Impressions of Hongkong, Shanghai, and other Treaty Ports of China
Editor Arnold Wright
Year 1908
Publisher Lloyd's Greater Britain Pub. Co
Location London
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CONTENTS.

HONGKONG, SHANGHAI, AND OTHER TREATY PORTS   page
Early History and Development. By Arnold Wright 13
HONGKONG
Constitution and Law
The Local Legislature 99
The Courts 101
The Laws. By C. D. Wilkinson 102
Executive and Legislative Councils 105
Finance. By The Hon. Mr. A. M. Thomson, Colonial Treasurer 113
Education. By G. H. Bateson Wright, D.D. (Oxon.), Headmaster of Queen's College, Hongkong 121
Public Works. By The Hon. Mr. W. Chatham, C.M.G., Director of Public Works 129
Posts, Cables, and Telephones 133
Flora. By S. T. Dunn, B.A., F.L.S., J.P., Superintendent of the Botanical and Forestry Department, Hongkong 135
Fauna
General. By J. C. Kershaw, Author of "Butterflies of Hongkong" 138
Butterflies. By J. C. Kershaw 139
Birds. By Staff-Surgeon Kenneth H. Jones, R.N. 141
Hongkong (Descriptive). By H. A. Cartwright 145
The Sanitary Board. By A. Shelton Hooper 157
Harbour and Shipping. By Commander Basil Taylor, R.N., Harbour Master 188
Hongkong Industries 235
Sport, By J. W. Bains, Sports Editor of the "China Mail" 250
Health and Hospitals. By The Hon. Dr. J. M. Atkinson, Principal Civil Medical Officer 262
Police, Prisons, and Fire Brigade. By Captain F. W. Lyons, Acting Captain-Superintendent of Police, Hongkong 266
Navy, Army, and Volunteers 272
The Hongkong Volunteer Corps. By Major Chapman, Commandant 274
The Foreign Trade of China 278
The Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs 282
The Currency of China 288
The Silk Industry 290
Tea. By H. T. Wade 294
Cotton. By James Kerfoot, M.I.M.E. 302
The Flora of China 304
Ceremonies and Customs of the Chinese. By S. W. Tso 307
Chinese Characters. By James B. Wong, B.A. 319
Ecclesiastical
The Roman Catholic Church. By Father J. de Moidrey, S.J. 321
The Anglican Communion. By The Ven. Archdeacon Banister 326
Protestant Missions in China. By The Rev. J. Steele, B.A. 332
The Ancient Faiths of the Chinese. By The Rev. T. W. Pearce 337
Social Life 341
The Press. By W. H. Donald, Editor of the "China Mail" 343
SHANGHAI
Description of the Settlement. By H. A. Cartwright 368
Local Government and Law. By H. A. Cartwright 399
Police. By K. J. McEuen, Deputy Superintendent of Police 409
Volunteers 413
Shanghai Fire Brigade 429
Public Works. Supplied by the Public Works Department 432
Health and Hospitals. By Arthur Stanley, M.D., B.S.Lond., D.P.H, Health Officer 434
Finance and Banking 438
Shipping, Commerce, and Customs 452
Education 484
Posts, Cables, and Telephones 490
Sport. By W. R. Parkin 498
Meteorology
Hongkong. By K. G. Figg, Director of the Hongkong Observatory 509
Shanghai. By The Rev. Father Froc, Director of Siccawei Observatory 512
Leading Residents of Shanghai 516
Prominent Chinese Residents 525
Industries 573
The Foreign Commercial Community 602
The Oriental Commercial Community 662
The Railways of China 666
Mines and Minerals in Manchuria. By Reginald Bate, F.R.G.S. 682
Information for Tourists 683
TREATY PORTS AND OTHER FOREIGN SETTLEMENTS—
Hankow 692
Tientsin 724
Peking 755
Newchwang. By Reginald Bate, F.R.G.S. 763
Chefoo 767
Ningpo 772
Weihaiwei 773
Nanking 778
Canton. By H. A. Cartwright 782
Macao. By Pedro Nolasco da Silva 798
The Lappa Customs. By A. H. Wilzer, Commissioner of Customs 805
Tsingtau 810
Amoy. By Cecil A. V. Bowra, Commissioner of Customs 813
Swatow 829
Foochow 837
Chinese Weights, Measures, and Money 841
Concluding Note 842
Index 843