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CHINESE LABOUR. I A Parliamentary paper issued on Tuesday contained! the correspondence between Lord Elgin, Secretaxy for the Colonies, and Lord Selborne, High Commissioner in South Africa, with regard; to the stoppage of the further importa- tion of Chines6 indentured labour into the Transvaal. The final decision of the Home Government with regard to licensies for impor- tation already granted is to the effect that under all the circumstances the licenses in ques- tion must be allowed to stand', the responsibility for their being granted ',be:in,, one which must entirely rest with their predecessors. The Government, adds Lord) Elgin, require that, from the date on which they assumed' office, nothing shall be done to add. to the number of Chinese labourers under contract for employ- ment in South Africa until the Transvaal shall have had an opportunity of declaring its opinion through an elected and really representative Legislature.

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