The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
September 3.2 1) News from Victoria: when the ex-education;minister of China wasin Victoria on Sept. 1, he was assassinated. At 7:30 p.m., wason Fisguard Street, in front of , and he was shot once in the headand twice in the body by , who ran away and killed himself..2-3 2) A report on Van. Chee Kong Tong on the celebration of the 5-ancestors remembrane day on August 31st. The acceptance ceremony of the and theintroduction of new members on August 31st, and also the celebration or welcoming banquet on Sept. 1st..3 3) The City Council ordered that all Chinese vegetables stores had to give ina report of their business; the cost and price of their goods before Sept. 5th. (Previously there was a report that the Chinese vegetable sellers had raised the price of vegetables which would influence the meat-fasting activity during war times.4) A picture of was posted. It was reported that had arrived in Victoria on August 30, and he was warmly welcomed. On Sept. 1, he was invited to a banquet by the clan members. Ambassador Wong,'s employee, and were also present. Later,Wong even accompanied to his hotel after the banquet. But when they were passing , came to walk with and shot him 3 times.Later, he even tried to shoot Ambassador Wong who ran for his life. It was employee who shoujfted for help and when the police came,killed himself. was a district members of he was a barber4) in Victoria and the reason for assasination was not found yet.5) There was an announcement to encourage more donations for the establishment of the Chee Kong Tong in Canton. It was stated that andhad been the recent heroes of the Chee Kong Tong who appealed to the agriculture and commerce department for recognising Chee Kong Tong as an official society. In addition they had asked for the establishment of an ancestor temple in Canton. The general convention on April 1st in San Francisco was a meeting to recruit members and discuss the estabalishment of the temple. It was thus hoped that all the members could help the establishment by giving generaous donations
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