The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
April 30, WednesdayP.I 1. A report of the letter sent byabout promoting education and commerce.P.3 2. Ambassador Yeung had argued against those laws that prohibitedChinese from employing female whites, and also the $100 license fee imposedon the Chinese hawkers. The City Council had promised to look into the casesHowever, the Council thought that the $100 licence fee was essential on everyhawker who sold goods as expensive as those from other companies. The hawkersmight earn more for they did not have to pay rent or tax as the company ownersdid
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