The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
May 16 WednesdayP.3 1) of Vancouver telegramed to Ambassador Chau and the OverseasChinese representatives in Ottawa on May 15 asking them to presist on pro- testing against the restrictive law and if their appeal was disregarded, they could just refuse to accept the law.P3 2) News from Ottawa. The Overseas Chinese representatives had already talked to a few members in the House of Lords about abolishing therestrictive immigration law. Also had helped by negot-iating with some party leaders. Proposals had been presented to the Invest- igation Committee who would call for a meeting on Monday. It was hoped that the rpresentative could attend the parliament meeting so as to voice the opinions of the Chinese. The Chinese representative committee had also sent & to Montreal to consult with thepresident of the CPR Co. who would then introduce them to the leader of certain party. The Chinese representatives who were sent to Ottawa to protest against the restrictive immigration law were as follows:(Victoria); , (Toronto);, (Montreal); (Ottawa);(Calgary).P3 3) An association for protest against the restrictive immigration law was setup in Prince Rupert. Executives were elected.4) was recruiting shareholders for in Calgaryand Saskatoon. Names of the new shareholders for the realty of in Vancouver.5
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