The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
July 6 P3 1), seeing that the Canadian Parliament was not likely to revise the restrictive immigration law, made a last effort by appealing to the governor-general, hoping that he would veto the passing of such a law. About $9 was spent in the telephone call. $7 .was donated by and the rest was donated by & .At the same time,also sent his writings to the London Times and also to various famous news- papers in all provinces of Canada.2)A continuation on June 18 of the letter of the representative commttee to the H.Q. for protest against the restrictive immigration law. The committee emphasized that since they represented the Chinese Canadians in the protest, they made very cautious and thorough consideration before taking any action and that the H.Q. for protest was always consulted before any move was taken. As for the suggested revision of terms 26 & 27, the 3 advisors proposed to go back to the old immigration law in 1917, namely false merchants could be exempt from deportation by paying extra head tax.3)An association for protest against the restrictive immigration law was set up in Nanaimo. Funds were raised to support it.4)announced on July 3 that he would cancel his resignation upon the request of the head Chee Kung Tong and the branches.5)thanked all Chee Kung Tongs for their warm welcome for him and their enthusiasm in buying the realty of the association.6)Ambassador Lim announced on Jly 4 that those who had bought the Chinese government bonds could dlaim their interests now
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