Newspaper Article - 16 June 1921 - Chinese caught with opium
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“Was Fined Four Hundred Dollars – Ah Chung Found Guilty of Violation of the Drug Act; Premises Raided by Provincial Constable Agassiz. -- Police court is quite a rare occurrence in Sidney, and quite a large crowd of spectators gathered at the co...
Newspaper Article - 6 December 1912 - Chinese gored by bull
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“Chinaman Gored To Death By Bull – Town Pung, a well-known Chinaman in the district as a farmer, also as a charcoal burner, was gored by a bull on Friday last and died as the result in the hospital on Saturday.
The bull belongs to Mr. J. B. Knowle...
Newspaper Article - 24 February 1916 - Chinese found dead
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Body of Chinese Boy Found In Roberts Bay – While Fishing Boys Make Gruesome Find and Report to Police.
On Sunday afternoon last Constable McDonald received a telephone message from a residence on Robert’s Point informing him that the body of a Chi...
Newspaper Article - 21 September 1922 - Chinese boy born
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James Island News Items ….
Our “Jeff,” whose real name is believed to be “Yung Yeu,” and who has already three or four Yung Yeus, has now a still younger Yung Yeu, born last Wednesday – a very fine boy.
Newspaper Article - 26 December 1913 - Chinese wedding
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We in British Columbia have a great many Chinamen living here with us, but there are very few Chinese women amongst them owing to the stringent immigration laws. A Chinese wedding, therefore, when it does occur, creates quite a little excitement ...
Newspaper Article - 8 October 1941 - memoriam for Chinese
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Home Call Of Wong See, Affectionately Known As ‘Black Jack’
By Edith A. Mason.
I am sure many will miss the friendly smile of Wong See, his kindly ways had crept into the hearts of many people. I was so pleased to learn some loving hands have pro...
Newspaper Article - 18 December 1935 - Chinatown being demolished
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“Chinatown Is Coming Down – ‘Chinatown,’ one of the oldest landmarks in Sidney, is fast disappearing as wreckers demolish the series of buildings between Fourth and Fifth Street on the south side of Beacon Avenue.
Bill Stacey and Len Bowcott have ...
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Cylindrical tin container with printed paper label covering with cellophane (yellowed) over it. Papaer seals on base and top. Paper wrappers have been cut around the side of the container. Label has Chinese writing and Chinese/Japanese illustratio...