Due to the "offensive state of [his] Chinaman's garden on Adelaide Road, he was instructed to install 'sanitary appliances', as per local bylaws, by the Wellington City Council 'Inspector of Nuisances'.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Cooke, Peter. 2006. “Mt Cook, Wellington - A History.” Retrieved (http://mtcookmobilised.pbworks.com/f/MtCook_History-COOKE.pdf). Page 9
- ↑ Lee, L., Lam, R., & Dominion Federation of N.Z. Chinese Commercial Growers. (2012). Sons of the soil: Chinese market gardeners in New Zealand = Huángtǔ zǐsì. Pukekohe [N.Z.: Dominion Federation for New Zealand Chinese Commercial Growers.] Page 121
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