The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
November 26th, Monday, P.31.members on Nov. 24th. J^n "$&. 1&. from the headquarter was also there to give speeches. 6 additional executives were elected toassist the affair of the association..&, i£.2. 20 executives were elected by the *'« "A. reading room onNov. 25th. They would be elected for posts on Nov. 26th. ij& : £&-. £'2$ > an employee in the Chinese Embassy resigned his/Ay V .^9 / "4position. He would become an overseas representative of a Chinese mining company in Canada.Chee Kong Tong in Vancouver had held a meeting to introduce the new"3.4.Ambassador Yeung announced on Nov. 21st that those Chinese workers who left Canada between Jan. 1st, 1917 and Nov. 15th, 1917 were allowed to come back to Canada freely within 6 months after armistice. However, those who left after Nov. 15th, 1917, had to return within 1 year, otherwise, they would be required to pay an additional $500 head tax
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