The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
1. The Province received a letter re Chinese farmers in Vancouver. However, it is difficult to tell, from the content, whether the writer was for or against Chinese. 2. Chaifl Wing-tsau H.Q. ( ^-^^)^>'^ ) celebrated its fourth anniversary. 3. The total sum received by the Christian Organization for Abolshing Unjust Laws ( %'fa$3$L$l/% ) is $1,390. This amount will be remitted to Shanghai. The organization was responsible for all the expenses pertaining to the charity show. Therefore all donations can be remitted to China. 4. The match between the Chinese soccer team and the U.B.C. was a draw. 5. The 2 Chinese arrested for possessing opium the other day are not Vancouver citizens. The bail is sfet at $15,000. This case will be tried on March 14. 6. A Chinese was arrested for operating a gambling joint. He was fined $50. The 3 gamblrs were fined $10 each. Another Chinese was prosecuted for selling gambling tickets, and was fined $50. News from other cities 1. *'J : CKT - spring banquet; dart coon club - spring banquet. 2. Victoria: the CKT Reading Club (ft^^f^ * fefa ) had its 62nd meeting for speech yesterday. The title was "My Expectations". 3. Nanaimo: A Chinese was found dead in front of the stove inside his house. 4. New Westminster: the Red Indian who killed a Chinese because of a liquor abuse was sentenced to jail for 2 years.
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