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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
November 16th, TuesdayP. 3 (i) The Embassy^ announced on the 13th that Ambassador Lit., was able to revise a case in 1911 when a Chinese C.P.R. worker was killed by a car. The company had promised to compensate $500., but until 1915» the relatives of the victim received riot a penny. ^ £%j 3^ and ""^ 2*- ^ upon the request ofVftv.vSjtvW-^V Wi V.lvi. \the victim's relatives asked help from Lim. Lii>. theii dealt with the company and was able to collect $500. to be sent to the victim's relatives.(2) When a Blue Tunnel ship arrived at Victoria on the 15th, one of the Chinese passengers had disappeared. It was suspected to be a case of murder after an unfair gambling game
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