The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
January 10p. 2 1) Chinese Shingle Workers Union of Canada: held a meeting on Jan. 10 when over700 members attended. The reason for the meeting was that many shingle factories were cutting off workers and decreasing the wages of the Chinese workers. In one of the factories, when the Chinese went on strike to protest against the low wages, other workers came in accepting the lower wages which put Chinese out of work.P2-3 2) and Presbyterian Church were trying to raise funds for the draught inN. China. They intended to get permission from the mayor to have a n orricial public fund raising day during which the women-force would be employed.P.3 3) 5 Chinese were arrested in 24 Canton Street for possession of opium, liquor and guns.4) Mr. Kwan of Victoria died.5) Kuomingtang Cumberland - was the ex-president of the Kuomingtang. Recently he was charged with possession of ammunition and opium.6) CKT Victoria - the H.Q. was rquested by a resident in Nanaimo to fetch a Mr. Fung, a get-a-way, who owed him a large sum of money. The H.Q. thus hoped that all branches would help to find Fung or persuade him to go back to Nanaimo.7) CKT Kelowna - a name list of donors for the anniversary
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