The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 16p.2 1) 5 Chinese opium smokers were arrested. One was bailed out at $200, other at $25. p.3 2) The 5 Chinese who were arrested for smuggling opium onboard the liner Czarinawas tried. 4 were fined $1000 plus court fees or 3 months in prison. The 5thone and the longshoreman were subject to further trial.3) The Chinese Embassy in Ottawa gave financial account of money remitted to China.4) CKT Calgary - new members were admitted.5) of Victoria was always regarded as a benevolent character. In order to support the fund drive, he held a tea party at his home, whereby Consul Gen- eral Yip and many VIP's were invited. Total funds were over $300.6) The sentence matching competition was out
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