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The Chinese ex-assistant Consul in Vancouver, Mr. Wang-ching-- ( has been promoted to the position of vice-eonsul in Chicago after transferring to the Consulate in New York. Chinese Wong Sing ( ) was prosecuted for violating liquor regulations He was fined $100. Honolulu, Hawaii: due to devaluation, most Chinese in Hawaii have remitted their money to China in the hope of gaining more interest when the value of the currency rises. The total value of remittance is estimated to be over one million dollars. Toronto: CKT ( ) joint meeting, January 21. Victoria: THE CKT Reading Room ( ?/$#fefc£> held its 56th meeting for public speaking. Prince Rupert: 4 cans of opium and some liquor without a labael were found in the chicken stack belonging to a Mr. Wong. He was prosecuted for drug possession. Mr. Wong is the owner of a restaurant. Montreal: well-known merchant Wong Leung-yen ( ^ }\Q ) had been sick since last year. He passed away on Jan. 27. Mr. Wong was in his sixties. Seattle ( Jfr* $o ): after stealing $300 from her sister in Oakland, an American born Chinese girl eloped to Seattle with her American boyfriend. Apparently her boyfriend had just divorced his wife.
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