Newspaper Article - 11 September 1914 - reference to Chinese
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Sidney and Islands Review, 11 September 1914, Page 8.
“Joe Lee, the Chinese gardener, wishes to inform the owner of the horse impounded for being in his garden last week that if he will call upon him he will refund the amount of the pound fee. J...
Newspaper Article - 2 October 1919 - on Chinese immigration
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Sidney and Islands Review, "Incorporation of the 'Heathen Chinese'", 2 October 1919, Page 4.
"Incorporation And The 'Heathen Chinese'"
To a disinterested observer, one of the things which appears most need...
Newspaper Article - 7 August 1919 - on Asian immigration
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Sidney and Islands Review, "The Review's Oriental Policy", 7 August 1919, Page 3.
"The Review's Oriental Policy
The attitude of The Review on the Oriental question should by this time be well known. We have on several o...
Newspaper Article - 25 April 1913 - Chinatown reference
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Sidney and Islands Review, “The Incorporation Of Sidney Is Still A Very Live Topic”, 25 April 1913, Page 2.
“Before we can, however, hope to develop, as our situation and natural facilities warrant, many matters must be attended to. Probably the...
Newspaper Article - 26 May 1921 - reference to Chinese
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Sidney and Islands Review, "An Important Industry Visited By Our Reporter", 26 May 1921, Page 1.
"An Important Industry Visited By Our Reporter
A visit to the Bazan Bay Brick and Tile plant last Saturday, which is now in ful...
Newspaper Article - 27 September 1928 - reference to Chinese
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Sidney and Islands Review, 27 September 1928. Page 1.
No, this is not a Chink laundryman or general merchant in Chinatown, it has to do with an "elevated" growth on a prominent Sidney man's back shed roof. We have...
Newspaper Article - 17 February 1927 - Chinese person drowned
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Sidney and Islands Review, 17 February 1927, Page 3.
"The Body of Knapp Island Chinese Found
The mystery of the disappearance since January 8th of a Chinaman, Wong Chang, has been solved with the appearance of his body on a beach at the sou...
Newspaper Article - 24 April 1919 - on Chinese population
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Sidney and Islands Review, 24 April 1919, Page 2.
"The Canadian Registration Board states in its report that there were 186,747 males over 16 years of age in B.C. on June 22, 1918, of which 63,479 were aliens, including 27,422 Chinese."
Newspaper Article - 2 October 1914 - reference to Chinese merchant
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Sidney and Islands Review, 2 October 1914, Page 8.
“Quong Lee Luen, the Chinese merchant, has moved his stock of provisions and other goods into his new store, two doors west of his present location on Beacon avenue, on Wednesday of this week. ...
Newspaper Article - 27 November 1914 - reference to Chinese
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Sidney and Islands Review, "Many Cases Of Clams Are Being Packed Each Day", 27 November 1914, Page 1.
"Many Cases Of Clams Are Being Packed Each Day
The present staff is capable of putting up about 85 to 90 cases during a te...
Newspaper Article - 25 September 1914 - reference to Chinese store
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Sidney and Islands Review, 25 September 1914, Page 1.
“Dominion Government Buys Post Office Site
The Dominion Government have at last completed arrangements for the purchase of the post office site in Sidney. The property purchased is on the cor...
Newspaper Article - 6 March 1919 - reference to Chinatown
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Sidney and Islands Review, “Trade Board Will Ask Premier To Intervene”,6 March 1919, Page 1
“Trade Board Will Ask Premier To Intervene
Chief among the nuisances mentioned was that at the local Chinese quarter on Sixth Street, where a very filt...
Newspaper Article - 25 September 1919 - on the 'Oriental Menace'
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Sidney and Islands Review, "The Oriental Menace", 25 September 1919, Page 4.
"The Oriental Menace"
The Oriental, the Chinese, the Japanese and the Hindus, are taking a most important place in the development of British Columbi...