The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
December 6th, Thursday P.31. The whites were punished as severely as the Chinese when they had offended the liquor regulation: eg.a whiterois fined $100 or 2 mos. in prison when he was found to possess a large bottle (quantity ?) of liquor.2. After Ambassador Yeung had made an agreement with the Canadian government, any Chinese Ambassador in Canada could have the authority to claim the legacy of a dead Chinese and send the money back to the bereaved relatives: e.g. Ambassador Yeung had claimed and sent the money ($188.40) of a dead Chinese to his relatives in Canton
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