The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
February 14p.2 1) CKT Van. - would admit new members Feb. 19th. A party would be held Feb. 20.2) The World Newspaper reported that Consul General claimed the Chinese residentsin Van. and Vic. were enthusiastic donors for famine relief, e.g. the Van. Chinese had previously raised $4200, while the Victoria Chinese $2500. This had all been remitted to China. Later, the Vic. Chinese also set a goal to raise $5000 more, and now they raised another $1500. Recently they were holding a charity bazaar in order to raise more funds.3) The 2nd son of Chan W. Chung married the daughter of Wong.C. Sam. ( ). The bride just arrived in Vancouver from China.4) Fund drive through a bazaar - report on the charity bazaar held on Feb. 12. There were many enthusiastic donors and buyers. There were many female helpers.p.3 5) A Chinese gave a false alarm to the police by stating that there was a tong war on Fender Street.6) CKT Van. - ex-president had previously returned to China, now he was back and after hearing of the fund drive forethe Hoyaun School, donated $250.7) 96 Japanese gamblers were arrested. They were bailed out by a fellow Japanese at $2475.8) B.C. Commercial Companies held a meeting in order to draft a brief to the govt. demanding all imported eggs should have lables showing where they come from.In order to prohibit the manufacturers to use eggs imported from China, the government should order them to "advertise" on their doors stating that they used eggs from China.P.3 9) Hoysun Assoc. H.Q. - the secretary of the Hoysun School Est-ablishment committee arrived in Vic. on Jan. 30; a welcoming party was held on Feb. 10 when Wong S. King Save a speech on the conditions in Hoysun; decisions were made on the school site. Representatives were also sent to Van. tc discuss with the Hoysun Association there.10) CKT H.Q. - announced that a spring festival celebration would be held on Feb. 13. ( A report of the celebration on Feb. 13 - speeches were mde).11) Cumberland - fund raising for famine relief was underway. $110 was raised.12) Hoysun Assoc. the Hoysun School advocating Association gave a report on the donations collected
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