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The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
1. In its meeting an Wednesday, the Eagle Club passed the issue that they would negotiate with the city and provincial goHernments to look into the unemployment of Orientals and to deport them. 2. ^\^f-^lc^h (Wah-min School ) summer holidays. 3. Work on the new church was started. News from other cities 1. San Francisco: Cwing to jealousy, the Nanking government ordered earlier for the arrest of Hung ( ), manager editor of Hung-chang Newspaper ( ^fl^J^ife )• Hung tias gained much popularity among overseas Chinese because of his sense of justice. Recent news from Nanking states that the Nanking government is no longer aresting Hung. 2. Victoria: in the special meeting on July 17, the B.C. Agricultural committee announced that regulations re the distribution of agricultural products would be strictly carried out. Orientals who offend these regulations will be punished.
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