The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
January 30P.3 1) The CBA in Victoria announced that the names, origin, dates of birth and death of Chinese (especially these from small towns) had to be handed into the CBA so that the bones for shipment would not get confused. Those who failed to giae this information would have classification of "No name", and the relatives in China would be unable to claim them for burial.2) The Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Victoria announced on Jan. 29 that all Chinese stores had to keep the business time regulation because city council had refused to modify the law for the sakes of the Chinese workers.3) The Chee Kong Tong in Prince Rupert intended to establish a reading room and it was hoped that the members of Chee Kong Tong in Canada could give monetary support.4) News from Winnipeg: there was a letter sent to the Chinese Times stating that the community in Winnipeg had planned to establish a LBA for one year, however, due to internal conflicts, the Chinese residents became indifferent to the establish- ment; moreover, there were always insufficent particiation at the meetings to carry forth an election. On Jn. 23, there was a sudden election in which mostof tfee temporary executives were absent. Out of the 1000 Chinese residents in Winnipeg, there were about only 20 present to vote. As a result, there were complaints about the CBA; and they suspected that such unjust election was organized by Kuomingtang
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