The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
July 12th, Friday P.2-31. A copy of the report sent by g ^ %<- to the external affairs minister in China in January 1917. This content was about his attack on Ambassador Lim and the report was ordered to be published by the external affairs minister.2. The Chee Kong Headquarter announced on July 10th that a general meeting would be held on July 12th to discuss how to strengthen the Republic of China.3. Ambassador Lim announced on July 12th that the rebellion and restlessness in China were supressed. All power was in controlled by the Republicgovernment.&%%\ 1$ 2. and fJL -< sent a letter on June 30 to criticize the Hoysun Branch Association in Vancouver."%) They said that the branchassociation was inefficient and lazy and hoped that modification could be done to reactivate the association. jjl tE > ^ who was the temporary executive was accused of ignoring the association; and choating (stealing?) the official money. The branch association was also blamed for neglecting the shipment of bones to China
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