The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
July 30P3 1) A lagge amount of ammunition had been found in a Chinese home. They werewell-packed in trunks. The police believed that they would be sent to Chinafor the war there.2) 3 members were sent by to Victoria to discuss with the members there about setting up a school In3) held a banquet to welcome4) The headquarter for protest against the restrictive immigration law was informed by & from Ottawa, that the governor- general had already signed the new Chinese immigration law. With regard to the law, all Chinese had to register with the government. The H.Q. planned to help them to register so as to save them from being forced to pay extra taxes. Help would also be given to thse who had lost their tax receipts. A supplementary one could be issued upon paying $25 to the immigration office.It was learned from the Chinese embassy that except in London, all Chinese embassies in Europe would be closed down soon. The embassy in Ottawa might follow the same track due to insufficient funds. If these really closed down, discrimination against the Chinese would surely be intensified.5) News from Ottawa. All Chinese transients in Canada had to undergo thorough body check-ups, moreover they had to pay $1000 deposit which would be re- funded upon their departure. This also applied to Chinese crews.6) Names of donors to Chee Kung Tong in Duncan
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