The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
January 31p.3 1) Hoysun Assoc Vic. - names of initiators for establishment of secondary school2) Recently the gambling places in Chinatown were under severe surveillance by police. All gamblers were now required to pay $50 bail instead of $25. Asa result, illegal gambling had decreased, and many gambling places were shut down. Police had searched a gambling joint on Jan. 29 and only 9 gamblers were arrested.3) News from Halifax - about 3000 Chinese workers were on board the steamer. Due to the influenza, the ship was detained. It was reported that a Chinese later died from pneumonia and 5 others were sent to hospitals
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