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September 29P3 1) wrote to Chee Kung long in Victoria on August 30, saying thathis mission to the general convention in San Francisco was to discuss with the representatives about sett ing up an ancestors' temple, a political party and a newspaper for Chee Kung Tong. He pointed out that since Chee Kung long wanted to establish a political party, it should focus its attention on Peking which was the centre of political activities. It could join with the one who ideology was similar to its own so that it could exert influence in China. also wanted to remind the overseas Chee Kung Tongs togive notification if they had received the constitutions of Attached with this letter was also a protest against the restrictive im- migration law that was written by , the vice president of 2) The association for protest against the restrictive immigration law(Kamloops) demanded a clarification from the H.Q in Toronto about Whether it had received the $200 donation fund or not since the secretary had written to acknowledge of receiving the funds, but this was later denied by the treasurer
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