The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
January 8th, SaturdayP.3 The gambling and opium business in Chinatown was booming. The gambling clubs even put out banners to attract customers. It was reported that the atmosphere now in Chinatown could compare to the previousv3D 7} "t-uy^ Th£ °Pium dens were securely protectedfrom the uninvited visitors by having strong front doors and back escape doors. There were also alarm systems and spies to ensure that only the right people could get in
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