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51 Pender Street East,
April 10th 1939;
Vancouver, B.C,
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltmited,
Vancouver, B.C,
Mr, Lira Gock Bin trave ling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan April 14th 1939.
Dear sir:
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant
of this city will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of
Jppan sailing from Vancouver en April 14th 1939-
He is travelling in the Open Third Class under
ticket Form P4 Lumber 390276 issued by us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting aim to go ashore
while tne ship is in port of Honolulu,
We will assume responsibility for his bond of
One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that
port.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LILTED Vancouver, B, C,
November 10th 1938.
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passeng r agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. long SJauk Yin travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Canada" November 12th 1938.
Dear Sir:
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant
of this city will travel to Hong Kong by "Empress of
Canada" sailing from Vancouver on November 12th 1938.
He has booked in the Tourist Class in room
336 Berth B. under ticket Form P4 Lumber 36896O
issued by us.
He desires to go ashore at Honolulu to visit
friends, and has requested us to make arrangement
for him. Will you please arrange; with the United
States Immigration Authorities permitting him to
go ashore while the ship is in port of Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond
of One Thousand Dollars as required by regulation.
Trussing for a favorable reply.
Yours vary sinoerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED, /
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR  313 BENTL.EYS CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ■MT.JLllll 19.1.1'
J, J. Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B. C.
Deer sir:      Re: Mr. Wong Suk Yin travelling from Hong Kong
to Vancouver by Qmpress ef Japan,
The above-named passenger will be leaving Hong Kong on
Majl 27th, 1938, by the Empress of Japan in the Tourist Class,
As ha desires to go ashore at Honolulu to visit friends, and has
requested us to make arrangement for him, will you please arrange
with the United States Immigration authorities to permit hiffi
shore leave while the ship is in port there? oe will assume
responsibility for his bond of $1000*00 as required by regulation.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
Yip Sang Company Limited,
per CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC  AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER  AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER       B#   C,
May 12th, 1938,
Messrs, Yip Sang Co, Ltd.,
51 East Pender St.,
Vancouver, B.C,
IN REPLY PLEASElREFER TO
J/51-JBS.
Dear SirsJ-
EMPRESS OP JAPAN ARRIVING VANCOUVER JUNE 15TH
MR, WONG SUK YIN,
Referring to your letter of May 9th,
Please note in accordance with your request
we have sent a letter to our Representative in Honolulu asking
him to be on the look-out for the above passenger and complete
arrangements so that Mr, Wong Suk Yin will be permitted to go
ashore while the ship is in Honolulu,
We have also sent a letter of introduction to
our Agent in Honolulu to this passenger in care of #1 on the
Empress of Japan,
Yours very tru]ky,
J,J.P( CANAOIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC  AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER  AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER
June 10,  1938
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no. JXlB-WMG
Messrs. Yip Sang Company,
51  East Pender Street,
Vancouver, B. C,
Gentlemen:-
PREPAID TICKET DELIVERY - WONG SUK YIN.
Further to my letter February 14*
We are in receipt of advice from pur Hong Kong
office to the effect that Feng Suk Yin will arrive
Vancouver on the Empress of Japan June 1%
WJK
Yours very truly,
J.   J.   FORSTER TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C _M?ik.27th 193.8.
J.J.Eorster Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
C. P. S, Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr Lee quong,Mr Lim Hon Fong and Mr Lim
Dear Sir: Soon Dock travelling to Hong Kong on
Empress of Japan April 30th 1938.
The above named passengers , Chinese merchants of this
city, will be leaving for Kong Kong on the Empress of Japan sailing
from Vancouver on April 3oth 1938.
The above oarty Is holding Enclosed Third Class in
roon 401 under tickets Form P4 No 340889,340890 and 340891.
Trill you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting them to go ashore while the
ship is in port of Honolulu.
Wi will assume responsibility for their bond of one
thousand dollars each for their going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
Yip Song Co.,Ltd.|
per
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August 19th    37.
J. J,Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver , B.C,
Mr. Wong Mon Sang travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Rus-flaW"August 19th 1937.
Dear Oir:-
The above named passenger a friend of mine will travel
to Hong Kong on the "Empress of Lussia" sailing fro as Vancouver
on august 19th 1937.
Sir, Wong is holding Open Third Class ticket Form P4
nx^mber 329344.
Will you please arrange with the Onited States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore while the
shin is in port of Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond of One
Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
SH
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED
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. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C Feb....21st. i 935.	
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Stearashio General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. Lim Tong travelling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan February 23rd 1933
Dear Sir:
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant
of this city will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of
Japan sailing from Vancouver on February 2Jrd 1935.
He has been booked in the Enclosed Third Class
in room 410 under ticket Form P4 Number 236788 issued
ny us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
while the ship is in nort of Honolulu.
We will accept responsibility for his bend of
One Thoursand Dollars for his going ashore at that
port.
Trusting for a favourable renly.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED^ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER  AGENT
C.P.R  STATION
VANCOUVER,   J3#Q#
February 22nd, 1935,
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no. 429,
Messrs, Yip Sang Co, Ltd,,
51 East Pender Street,
Vancouver,  B. C,
Dear Sirs:-
Referring to your letter February 21st,
Enclosed please find letter of introduction for Mr,
Lim Tong to Messrs. Theo H. Davies & Co., our agents at Honolulu. I am
requesting them to complete necessary arrangements so that Mr. Tong
may go ashore while ship is in Honolulu.
Yours very truly,
J.J. FORSTER
BY:-, TELEPHONE SEYMOUR  313
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT   FOR'CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER -STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C _ _?^.Mr._^Mt.11 1 9_?£.
J.J,Forster, Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamshtps Limited,
Vancouver , B.C,
RE-MR HARRY KWOOG TRAVELLING TO HONG KONG
ON EMPRESS  OF CANADA. JANUARY 12th 1935-
D.ar Sir:
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant of Vernon,
B,C, will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of Canada sailing
from Vancouver on January 12th 1933*
He has been booked in the Enclosed Third class in room
305 under tifeket Form P4 Number 236741 issued by us.
Will you kindly arrag»s with the United States Immigration
Authorities permitting him to go ashore while the ship is in
port at Honolulu.
We will accept responsibility for his bond of One
Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED
I CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J  J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER  AGENT
Vj»<M,l.   .!|
CP.R: STATION
STEAMSHIPS
1 COMMUNICATIONS
VANCOUVER,   g#Q#
w§U
January 14th,
1935.
^^r
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no. 331-JRS.
Messrs. Yip Sang Company Ltd.,
51 East Pender Street,
Vancouver, B. c.
EMPRESS OF CANADA JANUARY 12th - MR.  HARRY ETONG.
Dear Sirs:-
Referring to your letter of January 10th, and confirming conversation Saturday with Mr. Yip Him.
Under date of January 12th, we wrote Messrs, Theo,
H. Lavies & Co., our agents at Honolulu, to arrange with the United
States Immigration Authorities, for Mr. Harry Kwong's release while
the ship is at Honolulu. As per our conversation with Mr. Yip Him we
also gave passenger a letter of introduction in this regard.
Yours very trulyj
J.J. FORSTER TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 ,"*> BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  8c   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C..A°Ye^.^..Ah.  1 9II*.
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger ^gent,
Canadian Pacific Oteamshins Limited,
Vancouver, B.C,
Re Mr. Harold Chin travelling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Canada Novemberl7th 1934.
Dear >ir:
The above named passenper, a Chinese merchant
Of this city, will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of
Canada" sailing from Vancouv r on November 15th 1934.
He has been booked in the Enclosed Third Class
in room 400 under ticket Form P4 Number 236603 issued
by us.
Will you kindly arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities oeraitting him to $0 ashore
while the shin is in port at Honolulu,
We will accent responsibility for his bond of
One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that
port.
Timeting Lot"-a favourable reply.
Yours very sine rely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC ACKNTS FflR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
C.P.R STATION
Vancouver,   November 16,
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
n0j      330-JR3
1934.
Messrs.  Yip Sang Company Ltd.,
51 Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER,   B.     C.
EMPRESS OF CANADA NOVEMBER 17.    -    MR.  HAROLD CHIN
Gentlemen;
Your letter of November 15 relative above named.
Will be alad to meet your wishes in this connection and
have written our General Agents in Honolulu, Messrs.  TLeo. H. Davies
& Company,  to arrange permission for Mr.  Chin to go ashore while the
ship is in Honolulu.
I attach letter of introduction to Messrs. Theo.H.Davies
& Company which Mr. Chin will present to them on arrival Honolulu.
Yours very truly, TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 BENTLEY'S CODE
JITll
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51'   PENDER   STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C....October..16th 19-34.,
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steaaships Limited,
Vancouver,B.C,
Re Mr. Lim Lip Foon travelling to
Shanghai, China on "Empress of Jaaan"
October 20th 1934.
Dear Sir:
The above named passenger, a Chinese merchant,
of this city, will travel to Shanghai by "Empress of
Japan" sailing from Vancouver on October 20th 1934.
He has reserved Enclosed Third Class in room
422 under ticicet Form P4 Number 243303 issued by us.
Will you kindly arrange with the United Stat s
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
during stay of the above steam r at Honolulu,
We will accent responsibility for his bond of
One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port,
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED FORM   I03A    CJN
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
437
Messrs. Yip San Company,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver, B. C.
FILE OR CLAIM
Vancouver, October 17,  1934.
Attention Mr. Yip Him.
RE MR. LIM LIP FOON TRAVELLING TO SHANGHAI
ON THE EMPRESS OF JAPAN OCTOBER 20, 1934
Dentlemen:
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
STEAMSHIPS
COMMUNICATIONS
HOTELS
Your letter October 16.
Shall be pleased to make these arrangements and have written
our General Agents, Honolulu, to be good enough to do so. Attached is letter
of introduction for Mr. Lim to be presented to Mr. Dawson, or his representative.
Immediately ship reaches Honolulu. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR .313
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C.....®^..$3$k 1 9.3.*.?.
J. J.Forster ,issq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Oteamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Re- Miss £6e Gim Yuck travelling to
Hong Kong on "Empress of Jaaang
June 30th 1934.
Dear Sir;
The above named passenger, a school teacher of
the Vancouver Chinese Public, will travel to Hong Kong
by "Empress of Japan" sailing from Vancouver on June
30th 1934.
She has reserved Enclosed Third Class in room
424 under ticket Form P4 number 238667 issued by us.
will you fiindly arragge with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting her to go ashose
during stay of the above steamer at Honolulu?
We will accept responsibility for her bond of
One Thousand Dollars for her going ashore at that
port.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SaNG COMPANY .LIMITEB FORM   103   gft
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE   OR   CLAIM Jtt«0    26, 1934.
&L0-JRB
0     >, L. Ortvioo L Oo.  Ltd.,
.,    f,    H.
■Lloaon;
Tills will nerve to introduce Lis-., Le® Gin Yuofe relative isii«a
2 Lavo written you under ooparnto cover.
Yours very truly,
cc: Messrs. Theo. H. Daviee & Co. Ltd.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Miss Lee dim Yuck, a teacher in the Chinese Public School,
Vancouver, has been booked in the Enclosed Third Glass to Kong Kong on the
EMPRESS OF JAPAN sailing from here June 30, by Messrs. Yip Sang Company our
Chinese Agents, Vancouver.    She is particularly anxious to go ashore while
the ship is in port at Honolulu,  and I would appreciate your making necessary
arrangements, for vnhich this Company v.ill accept the usual responsibility.
Thanking you in advance.
cc: Messrs. Yip Sang Company,
51 Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Referring to your letter June 25. Attached is letter of
introduction to Messrs. Theo. H. Daries & Co, Ltd., Honolulu. March 7th       3*
J.J.Forster,Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships,Limited,
Vancouver,B.C,
Re- Mrs, Gordon Lim and Master Lim Bark Sang
travelling to Hong Kong on "Empress of Japan"
March 10th 1934.
Dear Sir:
The above named passengers will travel to Hong
Kong, by "Empress of Japan" sailing from Vancouver, on
March 10th 1934.
They have reserved Enclosed Third Class in
room 406 under ticket Form P4 number 238384 issued by us.
Will you kindly arrange with the United states
Immigration Authorities permitting them to go ashore during
stay of the above steamer at Honolulu?
S?e will accept responsibility for their bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold each for their going ashore at
that port.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours very truly,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED-
Per. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
, TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER,
MaPttli 9th,      1034.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO.
:- ooars* ®ieo» H# 'fHtffie* Ift So, Ltd,,
.icromwj,   t,i.
featleaen i
Tikis will aerv® to inrfapoduee Mrs. Gordon fclft and Laeier
Hn Sspfe Mg relative »h<M 1 haw written you ua&cs. soper-st© cow*,
ff^rtftflig ftm in advance for, eny essisttsicc rendered.
Yew. a vary truly,
cc: Lessrs. Theo, H, Davies ft Co. Ltd.,
Honolulu,  rf.H.
cc: Messrs. Yip Sang Company
Vancouver,  B. C,
03 CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
FILE    OR    CLAIM
423
Vancouver, March   9th,      1934.
FORM    103
Messrs. Theo. H. Levies & Co. Ltd.,
HONOLULU,     T.H.
EMPRESS OF JAPAN MARCH 10TH    -    MRS. GORDON LBS AND
LiASTER UM BALK LANG
Gentlo'oen:
The above named passengers are sailing on the -S&3P3SE8S OF JAPAji
March 10th to Hoag Kong occupying Enclosed Third Class Cabin 406.
They desire to go ashore at Honolulu v&ile the. ship is in port
to visit friends and we have been requested by our Chinese Agents here to
Will you be good enough to complete arrangements with the
ftWllffttlH authorities, for which we will accept full res onslbility, and
oblige.
Yours very truly,
cc: Yip Sang Company,
Vancouver,  B, C, TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. c .November..29th_ 1 9 33.
J.J,Forster,Esq.,
SteamshippSneral Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr,Y.C.Leong travelling to Hong Kong on
"Empress of Canada" December 2nd 1933*
Dear oir:-
The above passenger, a brother-in-law of mine, has
bookdd First Class passage to Long Kong, China by the "Empress
of Canada, sailing from here on December 2nd with Room 232, and
will return to Vancouver by the same steamer which sails from
Hong Konp on January 16th 1934. As he wishes to go ashore at
Honolulu during both stays of the above steamer at that port,
we would like you to make arrangements with the Onited States
Immigration Authorit lee to permit him lo land there, Oe will
assume responsibility for his bonds of fl06O.QO Gold as required
by regulation on both occasions.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED
Per. CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS, LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER,     B.C,
December 2,   1933,.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER T0
N0-  324-LRS.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
STEAMSHIPS
COMMUNICATIONS
HOTELS
Messrs. Yip Sang Company,
51 Pender Street,
Vancouver, B,C.
MR. Y. G. LEONG - HONG KONG AND RETURN.
EMPRESS OF CANADA DECEMBER 2 - RETURNING
JANUARY 16.
Gentlemen:-
Thank you for your letter November 29.
We are arranging with our Honolulu representatives  to allow Mr.   Leong to go ashore  at
Honolulu on  both going and returning  voyages.
Yours vary truly,
J  J Ft IflTEB
BY:. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS   &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.^J*.!*»1WL 1 9»«
J,J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships,Limited,
Vancouver,B.C,
RE- Mr.& Mrs. Chin Ying Fat travelling to Hong
Kongon "Empress of Japan" November 4th 1933*
Dear Sir:-
The above named passengers will travel to Hong Kong,
China, by "Empress of Japan" sailing from Vancouver, B.C, on
November 4th 1933*
They have reserved Enclosed Third Class in room
421 under ticket Form P4 number 218360 issued by us.
Will you kindly arrange with the United States
Immigration authorities permitting them to go ashore during
stay of the above steamer at Honolulu?
We will accept aesponsiblility for their bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold each for their going ashore at that
port,
Trusting for a favourable reply,
Yours sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED
Per ADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS   POH
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
C.P.R. STATION
Vancouver,   November 2nd,    1933.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no.  421-LRS
Messrs. Yip Sang Company Limited,
51 Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Attention *Tr. Yip Him
Gentlemen:
Your letter of October 30th.
Have much pleasure In enclosing letter of introduction
to Messrs.  Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd.,  our Agents in Honolulu,  who
will arrange for Mr.  and Mrs. Chin Ying Fat to go ashore while the
ship is  in port at Honolulu.
Yours ver^/truly,
J.   J./VRSTER
BY: TELEPHONE SEYMOUR  3.13
.,       .   ,,     ,•• BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C July.7th  1 g$|f
J. J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, B.C,
RE-MRS.YIP GIN FROM HONG KONG TO VANCOUVER
BY "EMPRESS OF JAPAN" AUGUST1 list 1933.
My dear Mr. Forster:-
I beg to advise you that Mrs. Yip Gin will llong
Kong, China for Vancouver, B.C. by the "Empress of Japanfi
which sails from Hong Kong on August list 1933•
She is a sister-in-law of mine, and is travelling
by Enclosed Third Class.
Will you kindly arrange with the United States
Immigration permitting her to go ashore during stay of the
above steamer at Honolulu?
We will accept'responsibility for her bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold for her going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a iffavnurable reply.
Yours sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED,
Per TELEPHONE  SEYMOUR   313
BENTLEY'S CODE
m
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C !M*.*3**J -1 9?A.
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J,J,Forster,Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships ,Limited
Vancouver, B.C.
RE-MRS. YIP GIN TBAVTLLINO TO HONG KONG
BY"OMPRESS OF JAPAN" LARCH 83th 1933•
Dear Sir:-
Mrs. Yip Gin is going to leave for Hon, Long,., China
by the "Empress of Japan" sailing from Vancouver, 0.0. on
March 25th 1933 •
She is a sister-in-law of mine and is travelling by
Enclosed Third Class in room 405.
fill you kindly arrange with the United States
Immigration permitting her to go ashore during stay of toe
above steamer at Honolulu?
, e will accept responsiblity for her bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold for her going ashore at that port.
True-ting for a favourable reply.
Yours sincerely,
• - I   \'
YIP SALG COMPANY LIMITED
Az
Per.
\ CANAT-hAN-"PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
C.P.R. STATION
J. J. FORSTER,
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER  AGENT
VANCOUVER,
March 21st,  1933.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO.        41?
Yip Sang Company Limited,
51 East Pender Street,
Vancouver,     B. C.
Attention Mr. Yip Him
EMPRESS OF JAPAN MARCH 25TH    -    MRS.  YIP GIN
Gentlemen:
Acknowledging your letter March 17th.
Have much pleasure in enclosing letter of introduction, also
letter covering request, to Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Company our Agents
in Honolulu, which please have Mrs. Yip Gin present on arrival at
Honolulu.
Yours very truly, TELEPHONE SEYMOUR   31.3 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C._ **!*"L«L 1 9 »'.
J,«t.Forster,Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific steamship,Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
RE- MR. YOUNG 3H0NG CHINESE MERCHANT,VA1D 0UY.R,B.C.
TRAVELLING 10 HONG KONG "EMPRESS OF JAPAN" DECEMBER 5th 1931.
Dear Sir:-
Lr. Young Shong, a Chinese Merchant, of Vancouver, 3.0.
is travelling to Kong Hong, China, by "Empress of Japan" on
Docember 5th 1931•
He is travelling by Tourist Class on room 208 berth M.
under ticket Form PA.number 18455? Issued by us.
Lill you kindly arrange with the United States Immigration
permitting him to go ashore during stay of the above steamer at
Honolulu.
We will accept responsibility for his bonds of One
Thousand Dollars Gold for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favourable reply,
Yours sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY, LfT\ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
I   TRAFFIC 4BENTS   FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER,
December 4,   1931*
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no.       409-TK,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
"PRESS JAPAN DECEMBER 5TH - TO HONGKONG
MR. YOUNG SHONG - Chinese Merchant
Yip Sang Company Ltd.,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver, B.C,
Gentlemen:-
This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of
the 1st instant.
We have requested our H@nolu.lu Agents to furnish the
above named with landing permit while the Empress of Japan is
in port, advising that you are assuming responsibility for his
"bonds ©f G$1000.00.
Yours very truly, TELEPHONE: jETflOUR   313
•"NTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C.„■??«*•*_.$** ... 1 9f&!
J.J,Forster,Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver,B.C,
RE-MR. LI YUEN CHONG TRAVELLING TO HONG K0- G
BY "EMPRESS-OF JAPAN" OCTOBER 10th 1931.
Dear Oir:-
Referring to ©UP letter of October 2nd re above,
Y.e beg to advise that we have received a letter from Or. Li
Yuen Chong stating that when the Empre-s of Japan arrived at
Honolulu no arrange, ent had been made permitting him to go
ashore.
As we had accepted the responsibility fo his bond
of One Thousand Dollars Gold which would permit him to go ashore
during stay of the Empress of Japan at Honolulu, we cannot
understand why arrangements were not made in this matt r.
We shall be glad to hear from you in this regard.
Yours sincerely,
YIP SE.G COMPANY
By. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
BENTLEY'S CODE
.J01U
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT   FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.„...G^eber-2?id-- ' %*-,
J. J. Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, 0,0,
HE-MR. LI YUEN CHONG TRAVELLING TO HONG KONG
BY"EMPRSSS OF JAPAN" OCTOBER 10th 1931.
Bear Sir:-
Or. Li Yuen Chong is go lag .to leave for Hong Long,
China by the "Empress of Jaoan" sailing from Vancouver, o.C. on
October 10th 1931.
Xie is a brother-in-law of mine end is travelling by
Enclosed Third Class in room 406.
.ill you kindly arrange with the United Otates
Immigration permitting him to go ashore during stay of the above
steamer at Honolulu.
Se will accept responsibility for his bonus of One
Thousand Dollars Gold for his going ashore atthat pert.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours sine rely,
J2vc • YIP 03/A^^gQ|^NY' . LTD.
Per-^.—.
1  _ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC  AGENTS   FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER,
STEAMSHIP  GENERAL  PASSENGER  AGENT
C. P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER,
November 27
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
1931.
I REPLY PLEAst REFER T
408-TK.
EMPRESS OE JAPAN OCTOBER 15TH AT HONOLULU
BR, LI YUEN CHONG
Yip Sang Company Ltd.,
Chinese Ticket Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B0 C.
Gentlemen:-
Att. Mr, Yip Him.
we offer the
In reply to your favor of the 5th instant may
following explanation in this regard.
Request was passed along to our Honolulu office that Mr,
Li Yuen Chong ber permitted to go ashore while the JAPAN was at that
port and they were advised that you would assume responsibility for his
bonds,
Messrs Davies, Honolulu, advises that this letter was given
to the clerk who was bonding passengers at the Pursers office, from time
of arrival until three hours later.
All third class passengers desiring to debark while our ships
are in Honolulu are requested to present themselves at the Purser's office
immediately after the ship has docked,to complete bonding arrangements
and it would appear that Mr. Li Yuen Chong failed to do this, as written
across the bottom of our letter to Messrs Davies & Co is the following
notation:"Did not apply for landing permit".
Along with numerous other duties while our ships are in port
our Honolulu agents usually have from 75 to 100 persons bonded out over
night and it is hardly possible for us to ecpect them to canvass the ship
for passengers desiring to debark.
In view of the above you will agree with me that the fault
lies witjl the passenger in this connection and had he only made request
to go ashore in Honolulu this would not have occurred.
Yours very truly,
BR, I
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Aug.2nd
37
J, J,Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr, L. Chu travelling to Hong Kong on
"Empress of Canada" August 7th 1937.
Lear Oir:<
The above named passenger, a Chinese merchant of this
cit;y will be leaving for Hong Kong on the "Empress of Canada"
sailing from Vancouver en August 7th 1937.
Mr, Chu has beer, booked in the Enclosed Third Class in
room 410 berth B under ticket number Form P4 #318966 iesv.ee
by us.
He desires to go ashore at Honolulu while the above
ship is in port to visit friends, and has been requested us
to arrange.
Will you please arrange with She United States Immigration
Authorities permitting Mr. Chu to go ashore while the above ship
is in port of Honolulu .
vVe will assume responsibility for his bond of One Thousand
Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANS 00MPAJY
[TED.
^ CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS   FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J.J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENSER A6ENT
C.P.R STATION
VANCOUVER      s  q
August 3rd,  1937.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
no.   347 -JRS,
Messrs. Yip Sang Co., Ltd.,
51 East Pender St.,
Vancouver, B.C,
EMPRESS OF CANADA AUG. 7th - MR. L. CHJ.
Dear Sirs:-
Heferring to your letter of August 2nd, also phone
conversation date.
We take pleasure in enclosing letter of introduction
in favor of Mr, Chu to Mr, H.L, Dawson, Honolulu, We have also
written Air. Dawson, Honolulu, under separate cover.
Yours very truly,
J.J. F0ROTI-- CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J   J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
C.P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER
July 7, 1937
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO. 3>47""*WMG
C>7o    '
Messrs. Yip Sang Company,
51  East Pender Street,
Vancouver, B, C#
Cy^k&&
EMPRESS OF CANADA AUGUST 7 - VANCOUVER TO HONG KONG
MR, C. Ii. CHU
Confirming conversation with this office recently.
Take pleasure in advising that we are now holding
enclosed third class berth B in room 410 on the Empress
of Canada August 7, Vancouver to Hong Kong, in favour
of Mr. €|W.. Chu,
Please advise acceptance of space offered together
with particulars of tickets issued to cover at your
earliest convenience and oblige*
You^^yerjr truly,
3.
3JK April 13th      37.
J.J.Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agont,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, B.C,
Mr* Lum Tong travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Canada April 17th 1937.
Dear SirI*
The above named passenger, a Chinese merchant of
this city will be leaving for Hong Kong on the Empress
of Canada sailing from Vancouver on April 17th 1937•
Mr. Lum has been booked in the Enclosed Third
Class in room 310 Berth B, under ticket Number Form P4
313860 issued by us.
He desires to go ashore at Honolulu while the above
ship is in port to visit friends, and has be n requested
us to arrange.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting Mr. Lum to go ashore
while the above ship is in port of Honolulu,
We will assume res onsibility for his bond 0^
One Thousand Dollj&ars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANYol^flTED
%>
\A January 8th     37.
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J IS I Forster , Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
0'«.xi...ui;.>. Paeifio steamships Limltea,
Vancouver, e.g.
■/
Mr. ^,uan Wing Tai travelling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan January 9th 1937
IN. 4 j Oir:-
The above named passenger a Chinese nerohant of
%als city will be leaving for Kong Kong on the impress
of Japan tailtag from Vancouver on January 9th 1937•
/     Or. Quan has been booked in the Enclosed Third
/CI;bs in room 423 Berth B-,under ticket Form 04 No.
/310308 issued bynus.
) ffill you Please arrange v. ith the United States
/Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
while the aboTO ship is in port of i.ion< lulu.
$0 will assume responsibility for .his bond of
pie ihousar.d Dollars for his going ashore at that port,
Trusting for a favorable renly.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SAOG COMPANYTfcBBXEb
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J.J.Forster/Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Halted,
Vancouver, 3,C,
Mr. Jung Jin Sow travelling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan January 9th 1937
Dear Sir:-
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant of
this city will travel to ^ong Kong on Empress of Japan
sailing from Vancouver, B.C. on January 9th 1937.
Mr. Jung has been booked in the Enclosed Third
Class in room 410 under ticket Form P4 Lumber 310302
issued by US.
Villi you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
while the above ship is in oort of Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond of
One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trustmgg for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SAOG COMPANY LIMITED January 5th      37.
J.J.Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger agent,
Canadian Pacific oteam.sb.ips Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. Lew Gow, Mrs. Lew Gow, Mr. Hong Lew and
Miss Mae Lew all travelling o Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan Enclosed Third Class
sailing from Vancouver on January 9th 1937.
Dear Oir:-
The above named passenpers are wife, son and dauphter
of .~r. Lew Gow, a Chinese merchant of this city will be
leaving for Hong Kong on the Lmpres of «.anan sailing
from Vancouver on January 9th 1937.
They have been book d in the enclosed Third Class in
room 404 and 408 under ticket Fora P4 number 310309
issued by us.
They desire to go ashore at Honolulu while the abose
ship is in port to visit friends, and have been requested
us to arrange.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities per .littimg them shore lesve during
stay of t>e above ship at Honolulu.
We will accent responsibility for their bond of One
Thousand Dollars each for their going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
YIP SANG COMPANYOMMITED October 13th     36,
J,J.Forster, Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger agent,
Canadian Pacific steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mrs. Chan Lun, Mrs, Edward Mar, Misses Jennie
Chan, and Nellie Chan all travelling to Hong
Kong on Empress of Canada uctober l?th 1936.
Dear Sir:-
The above named passengers will be leaving for
Hong Kong on the "Empre-s of Canada" sailing from Vancouver
on October 17th 1936,
They have been booked in the Enclosed Thirl Class
in room 346 and 318 under tickets form P4 numbers 303952»
to 303953 issued by us.
They desire to go ashore at Honolulu while the
above ship is in port to visit friends, and have been
requested us to arrange.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Iifjmigration authorities permitting them shore leave
during sSay of the above ship at Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for their bond of
One Thousand Dollars each for their going ashore at that
port.
Tr ustlng for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
uNG company/limited Telephone  Douglas  5589
Vancouver Shirt «& Overall Mfg. Co.
MANUFACTURERS    OP
QUALITY   GARMENTS   FOR   MEN   &   BOYS
,9    EAST   HASTINGS   ST.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
October 10,  1936
Wing Sang Company,
Chinese Passenger Agent,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver, B.  C.
Gentlemen:
;
My mother,  law Shee, my sisters, Jennie
Chan an£ Annie Chan  (Mrs.  Edward Mar)  and my niece
Nellie Chan will be  leaving for China on the SS
"Empress of Canada"  sailing from Vancouver on Oct.
17th.    They desire wery much to go ashore for a
visit at Honolulu when the boat arrive there.
Kindly made the necessarily arrangement for them.
I am
Thanking you very much  in anticipation,
Most sincen October 15th    36.
J.J.Forster/Esq.»
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
RE MRS.EDWARD MAR
Bear Sir:-
Please refer to our letter of October 13th.
Mrs. Edward Mar notified us to-day that on account
of urgent matter that she is unable to leave for Kong Kong
on the "Empress of Canada" sailing from Vancouver on
October 10th, her reservation being Enclosed (Third Class,
Cabin 518, under ticket Form P4 numb r 303953.
Will you kindly cancel the arrangement for
permitting her to go ashore at Honolulu while the Empress
of Canada is in that port.
Trusting this matter will not cause you inconvenience,
and thanking you in anticipation.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITEL September 15'.th   36
J,J,Forster, Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Lee You Wah travelling to Hong Kong
on Empress of Japan September 19th 1936,
Dear sir:«
The above named passenger, a school teacher of1 the
Vancouver Independent Chinese School, will travel to:
Hong Kong on Empress of Japan sailing from Vancouver on
September 19th 1936,
He has booked in Enclosed Third Class in room 403
under ticket Form P4 number 292074 issued by us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore while
the above ship is in pout of Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond of One
Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP  SANG COMPANY LIMITED
L» September 15th
36
J.J.Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Miss Jennie Chan, Mrs. Chan Lura and Mrs.Edward Mar
all travelling to Hong Kong onEmpress of Japn
September 19th 193&.
named
Jatan
Dear Sir:-
The above
on the Empress of
19th 1936.
They Save
room 415 under ticket form P4 numbers
and 292077 issued by us.
passengers will travel to Long Kong
sailing from Vancouver on September
booked in the Enclosed Third Class in
292072, 292076
They desire shore leave during stay of the above
ship at Honolulu, we would appreciate your making necessary
arrangements with the United States Immigration Authorities,
for which we will assume responsibility for their bond of
One Thousand Dollars Gold each.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
YIP  SANG COMPANY OLMITED 	
Telephone  Douglas  5589
Vancouver Shirt & Overall Mfg. Co.
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MANUFACTURERS    OP
QUALITY   GARMENTS   FOR   MEN   &   BOYS
,9    EAST   HASTINGS   ST.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
September 3.5th, 1936,
■_,:».-
Messrs. Wing Sang Co.,
Canadian Pacific Agent,
Pender Street East,
VANCOUVEB, B.C.
Dear Sirs:-
My Mother (Mrs. Chan)  and sisters, Annie and Jennie, are taking
a trip to Hong Kong via the Empress of Japan,  sailing on the  19th of this
month, and would much appreciate it if you could arrange for them to land
at Honolulu to see the City during the boats stay at  this Port.
Thanking you in advance for your co-operation in this
matter,
I am,
Yours teriy,     ..
4*. p-
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cbk/bs September 15th  36,
J,J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. Wong Goon, Masters Wong Jack and 'Wong William
travelling to Hong Kong on Empress of Japan
September 19th 1936.
Dear Sir:-
The above named passengers a Chinese Merchant
and his sons of this city will travel to uong Kong by
Empress of Japan sailing from Vancouver on Se*pt«19th 1936.
They have been booked in the Enclosed Third
Class in room 403 under ticket Form P4 Number 292069
issued by us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting them to go ashore
while the above ship is in port of Honolulu.
?,re will assume responsibil- ty for their bond
of One Thousand Dollars each for thoir going ashore at
the t port.
Trusing for a favorable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPA.n£;LIMITED. August 20th      36,
J.J.Forster, Esq*1
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, 0,C.
Mr. Lee Quon Jin travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Canada" August 22nd 1936.
Dear Sir:-
The above named passenger a Chinese merchant
of this city will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of
Canada sailing from Vancouver on August 22nd 1936,
He has been booked in the Enclosed Third Class
in room 538 under ticket Form P4 Number 292017 issued
by us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
while the above ship is in port of Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond
of One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Your s very truly,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED? TELEPHONE SEYMOUR  313 BENTLEY'S CODE
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IMPORTERS   8c   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT   FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C $*&£.%$.§ 1 9.JMh
J, J, Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ltd.,
Vancouver, B, C,
Re: Mr. and Mrs. Yip Park travelling to Hong
Kong on "Empress of Japan" July 25, 193b.
Dear Sir:-
The above passengers, brother and sister-in-law of mine,
have booked Enolosed Third Class passages to Hong Kong, China, by
the "Empress of Japan" sailing from here on July 25th with Room 418,
and will return to Vancouver by the same steamer which sails from
Hong Kong on October 16th. As they wish to go ashore at Honolulu
during both stays of the above steamer at that port, we would like
you to make arrangements with the United States Immigration Authorities to permit them to disembark there. We will assume responsibility for their bonds of |1,000,00 Gold each person as required by
regulation on both occasions.
Trusting for a favorable reply.
Yours very truly,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMITED,
« * > « ,»... Feb. 6th
36,
J.J.Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger ■gent,
Canadian Paoifio steamships, Limited,
Vancouver, 3,0,
RE- KBNN2TH YIP
Dear Sir:-
Kenneth Yip it; going to leave for Kong Kong by the
Empress of Janan soiling from Vancouver on February 3th
i-930.
He le a nephew of nine and is travel.!.lag by Enclosed
Third Glass in room 404 under ticket form. ?4 number 284020.
'Aill you kindly arrange wit)! the united States
Immi ration Authorities permitting aim to go ashore during
stay of the above steamer at Ilonojlulu.
We will accept responsibility for his bond of One
Thousand Dollars Gold for his going ashore at that Port,
Ta&Bkiag you in anticiaetioh.
\
\
Yours very truly, (
YIP OALO COMPANY LIMITED TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 BENTLEY'S CODE
JJMLPAJJ
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.....N.?y©?^.e?...2§*^....... 1 9.?.?..•
J.J,Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C,
RE- MESSRS. 0. S. VVlNG AND Q.UAN 0. YU.
Dear sir:-
The above named passengers, Mr. Q. S. Wing, a Chinese
merchant of this city, and Mr. ouan C. Yu, alias Gilbert
Q,uon, a Chinese merchant of thJft city of Victoria, B. 0,
both will travel to Hong Kong, China, on the "Empress of
Japan", sailing from Vancouver, B.C. on November 39th 1935.
Mr. Wing has booked in the enclosed Third Clase,
room 417, under ticket fore P4 nember 278214, issued by us.
Mr, Quon has booked in the inclosed Third Class at Victoria,
and requested us through Mr, Seto Store to make arrangement
for him to go ashore at Honolulu. As both of these gentlemen desire shore leave during stay of the above ship at
that port, we would appreciate your making necessary
arrangements with the Unit d states Immigration Authorities,
for which we will accent responsibility for their bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold each.
Trusting for a favorable reoly.
Ycurs very sincerely,
YI" SANG COMPANY LIMITED
-An
77,  \q20-. November 27th    35
J,J.Forster, Esq*,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C,
He Miss Violet Chang Travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Japan", November 30th 1935*
Dear sir:
The above named passenger, a daughter of Mr. Charlie
Suey of the City of Vancouver, will tavel te Hong Kong,
on the "Emoress of Ja->an" sailing from Vancouver, B.C. on
November 30th 1935.
She has booked in the Enclosed Third Class room 420
berth B, under ticket form 3P4 number 278207 Issued by us.
As she desires shore leave during stay of trie above
ship at Honolulu, we wo Id aaoreciate your making necessary
arrangements with the United States Immigration Authorities,
for which we will accept responsibility for her bond of
One Thousand Dollars Cold,
Trusting for a favorable realy.
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG C0L0A0Y LIMITED TELEPHONE SEYMOUR  313 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C AUgUS.t..22rM 1 9JJL*.
1  I ,\   \s
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, J.J.Forster, Esq.,
Steamshin General Passenger Agent9
Canadian Pacific StMNfttos Limited, -   /
Vancouver, B.C. ,     {:. \ f.^0
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essrs James Lim, Lim K. King and Lim Dane- \       t\
avelllng to Hong Kong on "Empress of Asty«^ fe^ \
August 32nd 1935. I - v   \
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Dear Sir:- \
\.
The above named passengers are all Chinese   I
Merchant in the City of Vancouver will travel to Hong Kong, \
China by "Impress of Agla" sailing from Vancouver, B.C. on
August 22nd 1935*
They have booked in Enclosed Third Class in
room 431 and 435 under tic&st From P4 Numbers 267973, 74 aid
75 all issued by us.
Will you lindly arrangerwith the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting them to go ashore duriig
stay of the abo.re steamer at Honolulu?
We will accept responsibility fcr their
bonds of One Thousand Dollars Gold each for their going
ashore at tha t Pterjf.
Trustin g for a favourable reply.
Yours very sincerely,
YD? SANG COMPANY LIMITED CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
mm
C.P.R  STATION
VANCOUVER,    B.C.
RAILWAY.
STEAMSHIPS
COMMUNICATIONS
^     HOTELS
September 4th,
1935.
^Ksvstem/M'
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
Nft     335.
Messrs. Yip Sang Co. Ltd.,
61 East Pender Street,
Vancouver, B, D.
Dear Sirs;-
Referring to your letter of September 3rd.
Enclosed please find letter of introduction for Mr.
Louie G-ar Yez to Messrs. Theo H. Davies & Co., our agents at Honolulu.
I am requesting them to .complete necessary arrangements so that Mr.
Yez may go ashore while ship is in Honolulu.
Yours very truly,
j.j. FORjrrER September 3rd    35,
J.J,Forster,Esq,,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vanceuver, B.C.
Mr. Louie Gar Yez a Chinese Merchant of this
City travelling to Hong Kong on Empress of
Canada" September 7th 1935.
Lear Sir;
The above named passenger..a Chinese merchant in
connection with t bo firm of Kwong Man Sang Company of
this city will travel to Hong Kong by Empress of Canada
sailing from Vancouver on September 7th 1935«
He has been booked in the Enclosed Third Class in
room 527 under ticket Form p4 Number 267976 issued by us.
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration Authorities permitting him to go ashore
I while the ship is in port of Honolulu.
■■
We will accept responsibility for his bond of
One Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at.that port
Trusting for a favourable reply,
YIP SANG COMPANY LIMT TELE~HONeVEYMOUR 31 3 .9ENTLEVS CODE
LRU
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST                          ^   jj^                         ^
VANCOUVER, B. C. 19	
J.J.Forster,Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships,Limited.
Vancouver,B.C,
-IE-MR. CHAN DONG,CHINESE MERCHANT,VANCOUVER ,B.C .
TRAVELLING TO HONG KONG "EMPRESS OF JAPAN"
APRIL 25th 1931.
Dear Sir:-
Mr. Chan Dong, a Chinese merchant of Vancouver,B.C.
is travelling to Kfeng Kong, China by "Empress of Japan" on
April 25th 1931.
He is holding steerage ticket Form P6 Number
124936 issued by us.
'will you kindly arrange with the United States
Immigration permitting him to go ashore during stay of the
above steamer at Honolulu,
We will accept responsibility i.or his bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a fabourable reply,
Yours sincerely,
, -., --•> ■- >rv TA-Oa. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS   FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER,
STEAMSHIP  GENERAL  PASSENSER  AGENT
C. P.R. STATION
VANCOUVER,   0,0,
-,-j-, A   ~\       Of- "I   Q17; 1
JliJ.    OiO a      X «.?<_> J_o
IN REPLY PLEASE R*EFER TO
no. ' 05-TK,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Messrs*  Yip gang Co.,
51 Pender St,,   0.,
Vancouver,   3.00
RE. M ■;.  CHAN DGKC-.  CHINESE ]   RC .   L     ■ .     y,
rO. 0 LLING TO HONG HONG  "BMPBBSS  OF JAPAN*"
AIL 25TH.
Lear Sirs:
Thank you very much for your letter of April Jb8th,   in
connection with   the  above  named   ' a-tleman.
Oe have today written to  our agents. Messrs.  Theo. a.
Davies and Company and have r equTSSTED    them to arrange*
Yours  very truly,
O.Jo  FOBS .'
BY:
v TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ^ri 1.8th 1930.
J.J.Forstar,Esq.,
Steamship General Pasuenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships,Lt#.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Re-LE.2 HONG SHOE AND LEONG SHEE ON CABIN 308
TA'O CHINESE LADIES ENROUTE TO CHINA "EMPRESS
OF CANADA APRIL 17th 1930.
Dear Oir:-
The above two Chinese ladies are enroute to China
by "Empress of Canada" sailing from Vancouver, B.C. on Au.il 17th 1930.
Will you kindly arrange with the U, S, Immigration
permitting them to go ashore during stay of the abbve steamer
at Honolulu.
We will accept responsibility for their bonds of
One Thousand Dollars each for their going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favourable reply.
Yours sincerely,
,.  P   SANG   COMPANY,   LTD.
_J CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
STEAMSHIP GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
W.R. STATION
Vancouver, April 10-1930.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
■*    301.
j .CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Messrs.   Yip Sang Co, Ltd.
51 Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
Gentlemen:-
Your letter April 8.
Shall be pleased to meet your wishes and am writing
our Honolulu office accordingly.
Yours very truly, TELEPHONE SEY MOTJF!   3 i 3
BENTLEY'S CODE
IT I
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
December 29th  .^31,
VANCOUVER, B. C  ........... 7. 1 9..***.
J. *T. Forster, Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamship Limited,
Vancouv- r, B.C,
RE- MESSRS L.F.CHU AND CHEONO qUQITO POY
CHINESE GMTLEMSH VALCOOVER TaAflLLING TO
HONG KONG "IMPRESS OF CANADA■'JANUARY 2nd 1931.
Dear Oirs-
The above two Chinese gentlemen will travel to
Hong Kong, China by "Impress of Canada" sailing from Vancouver,
B.C. on January 2nd 1931 *
They have reserved Enclosed Third Class in room
504- under tickets Fonts P4 number 187763 and 187764 issued by us.
Will you kindly arrange-with the united States
Immigration permitting them to go ashore during stay of the >
above steamer at Honolulu?
Ae will accept responsibility for their bonds of
One Thousand Dollars Gold each for their going ashore at that
por t.
Trusting for a favcuable reply.
• '"'La-?
Yours very truly,
YIP   SANG-   0OM54NY,   LTD'. Printed in Canada
Porta 101
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Inter-Department
Correspondence
FILM
312-TK
Vanoouver, B.O* DECEMBER 31, 1931.
Messrs* Theo. H* Davies - Honolulu
EMPRESS OF CANADA JAUUARY 2 VANCOUVER TO KQMG  KOMO -
MESSRS. L.F. GHU & CHEOMG .JJOHG POY
We have booked the above gentlemen in Third
Class room 504 this sailing, Vancouver to Hong Kong, tioket
numbers P4 1877*^ and
Kindly arrange with the Immigration Authorities
that these gentlemen be allowed to go ashore while the
Empress of Canada is in your port, noting that our Chinese
Agents, Yip Sang and Company will assume responsibility
for the bonds of $1000.00 eaoh.
RSTER
CC:  Messrs*  Yip Sang Company - V&aet>uver
Your letter December 29,   1933L* CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
TRAFFIC  AGENTS   FOR
CANADIAN  PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS. LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT  PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
C...R,  STATION
VANCOUVER,
.ril  29-1924.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
N0   9006-CEB.
Mr.Sang Yip,
51 Bender St.E.
Vancouver,B*C.
Dear Sir:
OCEAN   TRAFFIC PASSEDGER DEPARTSND ,
MR.SETO MORE.ASIITIC  PAS3GR.AGT.
In order  that ycu may receive
the  sympathetic co-operation that your section
of our growing business demands, it has been
further arranged that you address all requests
through this Office,  to Mr .Seto More, in connection
with business effecting the  Pacific Service.
Your hearty co-operation in
the  future, as in the past, will be  greatly appreciated.
Yours very truly,
J.J.F0RS1SR,
BY 6%<A^*73^
y? P. O.   BOX   15,   VANCOUVER,   B.C. TELEPHONE.   SEY.   313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
(Eanafcum put fir ©watt ^rotoa, ffittntij. b
SI   PENDER STREET,  EAST
Vancouver, b.c Mo§mMx..M.tMi9M.
J.J*Porstcr,:Osq*f
General Agent passenger Lept*
Canadian Pacific  Ote-nuship Ltd*
Vancouvdr,   B*   C*
MR.   JALOS 0,   mm LMROUTL  TO HOLO KO.iG,   VIA.
n-r :   i . .0 OP HUSSTa" m&MB m 27th 1923*
Oear  0ir,«
Will you kindly arrange with the Ijnmip-ration Lop artment
for release at Vancouver for temporary stay of  above mentioned BOrae*
TLe above gentleman who i i a passenger coming from Lew
York, L.Y, enroute to Hong Kong, China la to leave by 'Oiimpreon of
iiusDia*' due  to  le-,ve  tLir; poet  on Lecemoee 27 th 1923*
3""r*  Jas.ies B*  Long is a Chinene Lerchaat of Lev; York
City.   Le is expected to arrive here Ly mo ruing train of tLo 19th irat,
1 will accept responsibility for him during his  atay at
Vancouver until Lis departure to CLina by "ianpresu of Lussl&w
Lecembcr  2Vth 1923.
Yours very truly, CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS  FOR
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT  PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
C.P.R.  STATION
VANCOUVER,
July 25-1922,
IN REPLY PLEASE REEER TO
NO.
4103-
NEW
SERVICE
LONDON
AND
PARIS
IN A WEEK
BERLIN
IN  NINE DAYS
EMPRESS
OF
SCOTLAND
EMPRESS
OF
FRANCE
FOR
CHERBOURG
SOUTHAMPTON
HAMBURG
FROM
QUEBEC
FORTNIGHTLY
J2Lr.  Yip Sang,
51 Penaer St.E,,
Vancouver,B.C.
TRANSPORTATION - MR.   YIP KEW  SHIM
TRIP PA3L #Y5843G   -  VAUCOWLR TO KINGSTON.
Dear Sir:.-
Referring  to  our conversation July 15.
Attached please  find above oass exteja^ed
to  October 31. ^ —-"
"•■»»_.   v P. O.   BOX   IS,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
TELEPHONE,   SEY.   313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
(Hawaiian pttfit Wtmn &»nrtr*0, 3. tart ted
SI  PENDER STREET,  EAST
Vancouver, b.c July.~.28.Lli~
19   9?
J. J.Poroter,Esq*,
General  Agent,
G anad i an P aci f 1 e 81 e sb i ■ shi p, Lt C.,
Vancouver,  31.  C.
Lear Sir,-
I Leg to  acknowledge  receipt of your letter of the
25th inert.containing a pass extended to  October 31st in
favour of my son lip Kew Giia from Vancouver to Kingston.
Thanking you   -gain for tMs kind favour.
Yours very truly, CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
TRAFFIC AGENTS FOR
THE   CANADIAN  PACIFIC OCEAN  SERVICES  LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER .c,_p .r.-pAP.'f
GENERAL  AGENT   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
C.    P.    R.    STATION „        1   Q O O
VANCOUVER _      • k—XJC
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
9006
Mr,   Yip -..-.   ,   Vancouver, Mr.   Yick Chong,  Lanaimo.
.  Aelee Y.Quan, Victoria. '. i     p   Cumber:
t'-.
CHINESE   .AOOAOOAi   -   P' :g; ;.!.:■   ,
Bear  Sir:-
1 eased to advise  pea  that we  are
in a position to authorise   issue  of prepaid tichets for
Chinese  steerage business.
Prepai"       tes are  as  follows:-  TTLerpress  of
La,w "Empress of Russia,-' "Empress  of Canada,"  and
"    lpress of . Australia," Mex.fl50.
bt   ' rate  be careful  to  note  that the
rate  is Mex.0150.  and   that  it will j e     sees i  ry for
yon to  first secure  the  exchange  rate from the Bank
of Montreal on Mez,Bollars,  and  collect sufficient
aadian dollars  to maize rate  of I"    .$150.,  and that
collection must be  made  according to  rate   in effect the
day. the  ticket is  sold.    Pie as a- acknowledge your  under-
star
Form P8 must be   used in connection,  and  those
agencies not holding  this form will please  communioate
.th this   office  for  issue  of prepaid ticks"'
I ...*_•' ;   .' |
Yours very truly,
^¥va^ P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B.C. TELEPHONE, SET. 313
YIP   SANG
- CHINESE AGENT FOR
(EattaJMan Parifir ©rean ^frntwa. Slum tr-ii
51   PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B.C A&ri-L-LLtL 19.g2~~
J*J.Porster, Lsq, t
General .Agent Passenger  fl^ea^     -   ~
Canadian Pacific Steamship Ltd. -
Yn couver, 3*  0*
Dear Sir,-
I Leg to acknowledge receipt of your favour of the
7th in at file  Lo.   9006.
In regard to  the CMneoe prepaid steerage  the rates
of which -'.re 0150.00 Lexioan Loney on the L&presses of "Asia",
*3ussiaH,"Canada",   and "Australia",
According to your instructions when  quoting rate I
will  secure the excLanage rate from the Bank of Lont^eal oh
0150,00 and collect sufficient Canadian dollars to cover that
amount,   on the day the  ticket being sold.
I   shall Le glad if you would kindly let me Lave
some copies of Porta P8 used for issue of prepaid ticket's,
T3bajolcing you for your kind advice.
Yours very truly, P.O.   BOX   15,   VANCOUVER,   B.C. TELEPHONE,   SEY.   313
/
/
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
(Eattaiitatt iJartfir <S.ri?att ^vcvxttB, Sltrnftei-i
51  PENDER STREET,  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B.C JlUlG....23.r.d 1922.,
J.J.Porster,Esq,,
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamship,LtvU
¥a oow-er,B»C*
m.zmm: worn mm zou ./illia iss  ■■    co
HOHG KONG ,¥IA.*EKPRESS  OP GALALAn  JIMS 29th 1922.
Bear Sir,-
Lill you kindly arrange with the Immigration Department
for release in Vancouver for a few days of above- mentioned names.
The above gentlemen who are passenger coming from
Lew York,If,Y»  enroute to Hong Kong are to leave by "IXapreoo of Canada"
due to leave  this port on June 29th 1922*.
Or.   Joseph Wong and Kr» Lilliam Long are Chinese Lere.aits
in Lew York City.  They are ease op ting to arrive here on the 25 th inst-
I will  accept  reoponoieality far their capitation    tax
during the time  tLiey stay in Vancouver,  0.  C*
An early reply,  will oblige,   I  reaain.
Yours very truly, P. O.   BOX    15,   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Telephone, Sey, 313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
Qknaiiiatt ptrtfir ©rt?an £>tmtta, flJutrtteft
51   PENDER STREET,  EAST
Vancouver, b.c March 4th 1923..,..
J.J.Porster,   Esq.,
General Passenger  Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean Services,   Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
Re-Lr.¥ong Hong  enroute  to  Hong Kong,   Via.
••Empress  of  Russia"  March 10th 1921.
Lear  Sir,-
Will  you kindly arrange with  the  immigration Department
for  release   in  Vancouver for  a few days  of Mr.  Wong  Hong.
The  above  gentleman who   is a passenger coming  fsraraa
Philadelphia,   Pa.enroute  to  Hong Kong  is  to  leave  byPEmpress
of   Russia"  due  to  leave  Vancouver,   March 10th 1921.
Mr.  Wong Hong  is one  of  the  Chinese Lerchants   in
aLs-~€^-
Philadeljbhia,   Pa.   He  will^ Seattle,   Wash,   on March 4th night
bo at  expecting  to   arrive  here  on  5th inst.
I  will  accept   responsibility for his  capitation  tax
during   tne  time he  stays  in   Vancouver,   B.   C.
Yours very truly,
NO.1041*J. August 20th.       20-
J.   J.   Forster,   Osq,,
General Passenger  Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
RE MR.P01G  YARN MEN TSNRCUTK  TO  HOW  KQ?JG,VIA.
"IMPRESS  OF  ASIA"   AUGUST 26th.1920.
Bear Sir,-
Will you kindly arrange with the Immigration "Department
for release in Vancouver for a few days of Or. Pong Yarn Ken.
The above gentleman who is a passenger coming from
Hew York City enroute to Hong Kong is to leave by "Empress of
Asia" due to leave Vancouver, August 26th. 1920.
}.'r. Pong Yarn Men is one of the- Chinese Merchants in
connection with the firm of Q,U0HG MEE YEE, "ew York City. He will
leave i'ontreal, Can. on August 18th. 1920 expecting to arrive
here in a few days.
I will accept responsibility for his capitation tax
during the time he stays in Vancouv r,B. C,
An early reply, will oblige, I remain.
Yours very truly,
SO. 1041-J. m ±
faftmm'**Jk4
*
51   PENDER   ST.   EAST
VANCOUVER,   B. C.  CANADA
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