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 51 BEEONT STREET.
Between Carrall Street and Columbia Avenue.
Telephone 3J3
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P. O. Box
 J.90A\A
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**"«»' <>f WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHINA MERCHANDISE,  JAPANESE DRY GOODS,  &c.
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aAo* CANADIAN    PACIFIC
RAILWAY   COMPANY
SPECIAL   SERVICE   DEPARTMENT
Vancouver,   Dec.   6th,
1912.
Mr.
Wing  Sangj
51  Dupont   Street,
Vancouver.
Dear
Sir,
•
Will  you please  arrange t
o have two nen wash  down  all the
wood
work,   ceilings  and side walls 4s?d the six rooms occupied
by the U.   S.   immigration officers  in the  detention shed.
I hey
will
need two  step ladders  and
a plank.     We would like t
o  have
them
start   on Monday ,the  16th.
We would like to have two men
assigned to this work  and keep
at   it  until the rooms  are
corn-
plet.
3d,     Will  you  arrange to have the work  done  at that
time
and :
send bill  to this office.
Will  you kindly  advise me
by
return mail of you will have t;
lis natter  attended to.
Yours truly,
/AowTTyi f I I i S   AH  G & C0MPA1Y.
CHINESE MRRCHAHTS.
51 Pender St. Hast,
Vancouver, B.C,
Bay 12, 1914.
. W. F. Salsbury,
Local Treasurer, Can.Pac.By.Co.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
During my absence in China from 14th inst. to
the fall of this year, Or.Yip Kew Mow Is authorized to
sign for and. receive any money payable to myself or to
Wing Sang & Company.
MT*Yip Kew Mow's  signature  follows,-    /^A%   AtAo /k~^w
"Trol>rieT6'r7~TTng SangT~CoT t I 1 f   8AHG   &         COMPAEY.
J—	
CHIHKS.B KBCHANTS.
51 Pender ot. Oast,
Vancouver, 3.0,       May 12,  1914.
-
Or.
■V. P. Salsbury,
Local Treasurer, Can.Pac.By.Co.,
Vancouver, B.C,
Dear Sir:-
During my absence in Chine from 14th inst. to
the fall of this year, Or,Yip Kew Mow is authorised to
B*gn for and receive any money payable to myself or to
Aing Sang k  Company,
Air.Yip Kew Mow's signature follows,-
Yours tral.y,
_?reprl«i©r, Wiiig" Sang g. o©< P.O,   BOX   15 VANCOUVER, B.C,
TEL.  SEY.  313
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE      MERCHANDISE     AND
^  JAPANESE     DRY     GOODS  ^
51   PENDER   ST.   E.,
VANCOUVER,  B.C,,
May~2»tir;
.191
•4-
Your  refer no
A.   31405
H.   0,  Orodie   0sc>,
General I assenger Agent
01    v »    3P,    ti *    Co.,
Vancouver,   B.C«
Dear  Sir;-
1   oeg to  thank you for above  commua. I cation regarding conversation mentioned.   And  beS  to  saythat we  8haU  be glad  to  submit  to
the arraageia*at you mention,  with regard to  this matter.
Yours  truly, H. W. BRODIE,
General Passenger Agent
O. H. BOWES,
Asst. General Passenger Agent.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
WESTERN  LINES—LINES WEST  OF  FIELD  AND  KOOTENAY  LANDING
OFFICE   OF   THE   GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
VANCOUVER, B.C. jjay    26,     1914
In your reply refer to File No.
A 31455
Salary of Norman Poykiving Wough.
Mr.  Yip Sang,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Dear Sir,
Our conversation in regard to the above.    I
nave arrange:! to add this amount to your next commission
voucher in the  shape of  a cap commission, which you will
understand is a strictly private  arrangement to   re-imburse
you fully for the salary paid Chinese  Assistant.    Please
acknowledge receipt.
Yours truly, P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 3TI
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
J*    JAPANESE     DRY    GOODS    -*
51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
Vancouver. B. CO, December.....9th 191 5.
C. B. Foster, Esq.,
Assistant Passenger Traffic Manager,
Montreal, Can.
My Deer Poster,-
It is with much gratification that at tais time
of the year I am able to recall my pleasant acquaintance and
association with you both personally and in. business matters,
^nd   I take the opportunity of sending you a small gift in
token thereof.
I hope that you and Kra* Poster will spend the
Christmas season with enjoyment, and that the New Year will
bring to you a full measure of prosperity.
Yours sincerely, CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
/ ■ OFFICE OF THE DEPOT TICKET AGENT
H. W. BROPIE
General Passenger Agent ArJC. 9 1915.
Vancouver, B.C. VANCOUVER, B.C. AU&«        **        X    X    '
C. MILLARD, P-HEK.
Depot Ticket Agent, ......
Vancouver, B.C. In your reply refer to tile No.
34086
D0MOI0I EXPRESS  MONEY ORDER -  CUEU  GCOK.
Messrs. u^muWS^it  Co.,
Chinese Agents, C.P.R.
51 Pender  St.  E,
* Vancouver, 3.  C*
Dear Sirs:
On June 29th a Chinaman named Guen GoonArecelved a
telegram from a Chinaman at Vancouver named Guen Gruen
reading as follows:-
"Send me fifty dollars care Of C.P.R. Agent at
Vancouver for ticket I come back."
Agent at Killarney enclosed a Dominion Express
money order for $45*00 in a letter addressed "Yuen
Yiuen, care of C.P.R. Ticket Agent, Vancouver" and
when this was received by me it was placed on the
Bulletin Board in expectation that the addressee would
be calling seeking for mail.  I did not open it of course
as it was not addressed to my name. However, as,  it has
remained on the Bulletin Board for about five weeks, I
have opened it and find the money order together with
copy of telegram as quoted above, and also a memorandum
reading "Guen Guien, 27 Pender St. Vancouver. The Chinese
say this is his address."
Will you kindly advise whether the man at #27 Pender
   Street is still waiting for this money or whether he has	 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
H. W. BRODIE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.C.
C. MILLARD,
Depot Ticket Agent,
Vancouver, B.C.
OFFICE  OF THE  DEPOT TICKET AGENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
—     2     «•
Aug.     9,     1915.
In your reply refer to File No.
34086
W& Co.  continued*
paid his own fare to Eillarney and the depositor there
will expect his money back.
Yours truly,
' CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
H.  W. BRODIE.
GENERAL  PASSENGER AGENT
.VANCOUVER, B.C.
)
C.  MILLARD,
DEPOT TICKET AGENT
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
7
OFFICE   OF   THE    DEPOT   TICKET   AGENT
DA.
VANCOUVER,    B.C.
BAGGAGE     -     LEE CIIG1T6 SING.
Yip Sang, Esq.,
Chinese Agent,
51 Pender St. East.
Vancouver, E.C.
ov ember 15, 191i
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER   TO   FILE   NO.
35579
Dear  Sir:- %
I have  to-dsy received  letter  from Mr Ii.W.Sroclie,   G.P.A.
in connection with above,   as   follows; -
"mr Mulliner,   laggagelltaster at~Yretbria Wharf,  advises that
he  has  on hand a Chinese trunk marked  "Lee  Chong Sing"   in
Chinese  characters.
It   is possible that  this trunk m^ belong to  one   of the
bonded  Chinese at present   in Montreal Detention Shed.       [These
Chinese will  come   forward   in two parties,   one  for the  C.S.A.
"luanila Maru"  November   £6th,  and the   other   for the  JJ.Y.X.   "Sado
Liar}*!'  November  30th«       Cn their arrival  in Vancouver  please
arrange  for  Chinese Agent  to ascertain if Lee  Chong Sing is  one
of the party and   advise him to claim  this  trunk  in Victoria,
advising me a'
Please   advise when this has been done.
Yours  truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. FORSTER.
SENERAL ASENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
VANCOUVER  NOV* 29 19l6
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER T*
NO.
405
Messrs* Wing Sang & Co*,
Vancouver,
RUSSIA NOVEMBER  CHINESE PARTY ROOM 35©
SECOND CLASS,
Dear Sirs:-
The following passengers have "been hooked for
Room 350*
MR* WONG LION
MR* YAN CA LION
MR* YON CHIN
MR. YON NAI FEN
P2 #5669
P2 5680
P2 5681
P2 5682
Please alter their tickets and see that passengers
occupy Room 350 instead of 330*
Yours very truly,
J» J« FORSTER*
by//
T/M INTER-DEPARTMENT
CORRESPONDENCE
FORM 101
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver,  B.C.,   Nov.  7th,   1916.
file TP29SM.
/
Mr. Tl'fr Sang,
Vancouver,   B»C.
!r. Lee Mocg Row,
Victoria,   B.C,
MERCHANDISE     HAND! ED   AS  BAGGAGE
Dear Sirs:
Please note  the following extraction^ Mr. Maguire's
letter:- \
"For your information, and such action as you may consider
"necessary, I wish to advise that our local chirese Transpacific passengers from Vancouver and Victoria are taking
M..'ith them as baggage, large quantities of merchandise, such
"as sieves, bads, bureaus, sewing machines, shovesr framed
pictures, boxes of soap and large packing cases, some of
"them weighing 4CC  pounds of v-'hich v.e have" no  knowledge  as
"to   the  contents".
"For sailing of  Empress of  Asia yesterday,   1  estimated
"that  about seven  ten weigh of merchandise tag chipped  as
"baggage  from Vancouver  and Victorif- has   about  three tons.
"This" would  represent  about 5C   ton cubic, f estimeasurenent."
In vie?,   ef  the  ebove I  wish ycu will   use your utmost
effords to  discourage our Chinese passengers in  regard cf carrying
merchandise,   etc.   as baggage,  without  jeepardismg the business.
If  this situation  is  getting any worse we may  compel 1   to  form  an
agreatest with the other lines to limite  all   the Chinese baggage
to   a regulated weigh*
fours truly,
ASIATIC  PASSEKCER   AGENT P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C.
TEL. SEY. 313
WING
SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE
MERCHANDISE     AND
*
<*    JAPANESE    DRY    GOODS    •*
51   PENDER STREET E.,
Vancouver, b. c,
Nov
9 th.
6
Mr Seto Oore,
Asiatic Passenger Agent,
Vancouver,   0.0.
Dear Sir:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your 1
®tter
W Kb        i*iiv
?th.   inst.   and  have  noted  the  contents.   In
rega
.rding
our local
Chinese Passengers to
carry merchandise  as
vine
baggage,   I  will
do wy best  to  advise
our ehinese Passengers srifcLl not
carrying
any more merchandise
in  future.
3
Ly         Vi^<L«^ Vancouver, B.C.,
March 21, 1916.
. H. W. Brodie,
Q.P.A., C.P.Ry.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir :-
If you will arrange with the Immigration Department
for release in Vancouver for a few days of Mrs. Lee Shee and
two children who arrived here ex the "Monteagle" and are enroute
to Baltimore I will aocept responsibility for their Poll Tax
and will see that they are returned to the Detention Shed before
their departure for the East if required by the Immigration
Department.
Yours truly, December 16th.    6.
C* B. Foster, Esq,,
Montreal, Can.
Ky deir Or. Pester,-
It is with much gratification that at this lime
of the year I am ible to recall my pleasant acquaintance
and association with you, and I take the opportunity of
sending yeu a small gift in token thereof.
I hope that yeu aae. Urs.. Foster will spend the
Christmas season with enjoyment, and that the hew Year
will bring ta you, a full measure of prosperity.
Yours very trul.v,
P.S.   the parcel  will   forward by  Dominion  Express. iU* HS 4^ a®
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Seto More,
AsiATic  Pass. Agent,
C. P. R. CO.,
VANCOUVER, B.C. WING SANG & CO.
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X Second Class Jasaaengers
Mr Chong Bow Berth D. Room 336 Ticket Form P2 No 2519
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Mrs Yuen Big Her Sai Berth C. Room 368 Ticket No 2554
Mr Wong Kee  Berth D. Room 330 licit No 2555
/  April 13th.        6,
H. W. Brodie, esq,, - ; -
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, 3.C.
Dear Sir,-
"Will you kindly arrange with the Immigration
Department for release in Vancouver for few days of JOr.
Lee Oina and Lee Wah, They arrived here from Seattle and
a re going to China by "Empresa of Russia". 1 will accepts
responsibility for their Poll tax and will see that they
are return to the Immigration Building before they are
going down the boat.
Yours truly, P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 313
WING  SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
g    JAPANESE     DRY    GOODS    -*
51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
Vancouver, B. CO, June  oth, 1916
Mr H.W.Brodie,
G.P.A. C.P.Ry
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Jill you kindly arrange with The Immigration Department
for release in Vancouver for a few days of Or Leong Joe, who
arrived, here by  Smpreso of Russia and is enroute to New York. I
will accept responsibility for hi! loll Tax and will see him return to the Immigration ouilding before he departure for the  ast.
Yours truly, "~
HP
1 Octooer 3rd,
H. 9*  Brodie, Esq.,
Gene-',1 Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
Vancouver, B.C..
Re-Ng Loke  from New York,   N.   Y*
Dear Sir,
.ill you kindly arrange with the Immigration
Department for liberty in Vancouver of Mr, Kg Loke,
who will arrive here on October 4th 1916,' he is going
to China by "Smpres: of Hussia". I will accept
■responsibility for his Poll Tax.
Yours truly,* !!■
-fe.
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44
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in
4  LETTERS   OF  CREDIT
TRAVELERS'   CHECKS
TOURS AND TICKETS
EVERYWHERE
DRAFTS   ON   ALL
PARTS   OF   THE  WORLD
FOREIGN    REMITTAL
MAIL   OR   TELEGR^
TELEPHONE ST. PAUL 2752
CABLE   ADDRESS  "DIENER"
Theo. H. Diener «& Co.
STEAMSHIP PASSENGER AGENTS
FOREIGN   MONEY   AND   EXCHANGE
217   EAST   BALTIMORE   STREET
NOTARY    PUBLIC
PASSPORTS
March  10th,1
BALTIMORE,  MO.,
IN  BEPI-T  PLEASE   BEFKE TO No.
Yip Seng,
Chinese Agent,
Canadian Pacific Rwy Co.,
Vancouver, B.C,
Dear Sir:-
Ivlrs . Shee and her two children arrived per ss Empress of -Japan.
Your Hew York office furnished us with a prepaid order for those passengers routed from Vancouver "best route to Chicago and then B. & 0. SE to
Baltimore.
We are writing to ask that you will please see that the pasen-
gers travel over this route.  'Jill you. also please telegraph us when
passehgers ' leave Vancouver" arrrr~wheri they can~ he-'Bxpeeted to arrive in
Baltimore.
yours respectfully,
Theo,K,Diener & Co,,
P.S. Please arrange that these passengers enter U.S.through
Dakota,
'er *
i v   ,
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. V.0
J. JTFORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
Jan, 25/17
.Y PLEA$i
1787
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER T*
NO.
Messrs* Wing Sang & CO*,
51 Pender East,
Var
'ancouver
, B* C*
MR* SETO CHOW.
•°ear Sirs*
Ws have received advice from the Treasurer ef the C. P* 0* S„
Montreal that en December 4 they sent Mr* Sete Chow of Lun Chong
& Ce*, Pender Street, Vancouver, cheque for #4,00, hut the
receipt which he returned and is new attached herewith is not
signed by himself*
We are enclosing fresh copies in duplicate and shall he
obliged if you will arrange to have them properly signed and
returned te us as soon as possible*
T/M
Yours very truly,
J, J* FORSTER.
BY w
CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
-BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
TRANS-PACIFIC  SERVICE
OFFICE  OF   THE   DIVISION   FREIGHT  AGENT
F. H. CLENDENNING.
DIVISION FREIGHT AGENT. (STEAMER LINES)
J, G. McNAB,
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT, (STEAMER LINES)
"All rates quoted are subject to acceptance
in writing, and cannot be protected until published and filed in accordance with the provisions of the Canadian Railway Act. or Inter-
gtate Commeica Act, as the case may be.
VANCOUVER,  B.C. ?.§.b.0.9 cia*
191
IN   YOUR   REPLY   PLEAS
'}
i   Lcouver   iYharf     A 374- "MonteagleS  Oo-"
£77  Boxes  Salt Herrin .
.:.,.,_ a „
v,mg  panp &  oo.
51 Pender  St.,  East,
Vancouver,   3.0.
Dear  Sir-s:^
I have year letter 8th, , requesting refund.
of 000.9 6 for excess freight paid on eignt boxes shipped
to Eongkorig on the "Monteagle" 08-0.
eiiis shipment checked eight boxes short here but bill
of lading was issued to you for 077 boxes.  It v;as necessary
the matter be taken up with Hongkong so that refund of charges
would not be made at that end.  Immediately upon advice settlement has. not been made we will make adjustment with you.
Yours truly, Jan.   Sth>
J,Black  Oaq.,
Claims  Agent,
Vancouver,   B.C.
uear  Oir:
Undone herewith our copies  of yours Vancouver Wharf B/L
374   of Dec.   I5th.   1916,   covering  our  shipment  to  Hong Kong,   China
Of  .07?   Ooxes  Salt  Herring  total prepaid  charges #726.42,   Being  a
shortage  of  8  boxes  from Progressive  Steamboat  Oo.,   Ltd.   ae per
Mr J,   jAb-rams checked,   and herewith attached hie letter to me  of
Dec.  20th,   1915  file  K,   53343,   We  beg  to make  claim for  refund  of
said prepaid  charges  or:-
Cn  basis  of  0/L b boxes at  02.62 per box::   -^20.96.
Will  you please   remit  this  amount  at your earliest  con/
venincs.   h/h 375  of  same  date   constituting  the  balance  of lot  of
507  is  send   to  you for your information.  Kindly  return both of
these   (3/L,
Yours  truly, CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIP SERVICE
TRANS-PACIFIC   SERVICE
OFFICE  OF  THE   DIVISION   FREIGHT  AGENT
F. H. CLENDENN1NG,
DIVISION FREIGHT AGENT. (STEAMER LINES)
J. G. MCNAB,
DISTRICT FREIGHT AGENT. (STEAMER LINES)
.TJA11 rates quoted are subject to acceptance
in writing, and cannot be protected until published and filed in accordance with the provisions of the Canadian Railway Act. or Inter.
state Commerce Aet, as the case may be.
VANCOUVER, B.C. Agr.il....2.7.fch 191
IN   YOUR   REPLY
REFER TO FILE  NO
PLEASE^
S-6310,
ATTENION 0? MR, YIP MOW.
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St., Sasf,,
Vancouver, B, 0. •
Dear 3irs:-
Heferring to conversation with you of recent date in
regard to alleged shortage on the "Mont eagle' 68-W., I would ask
you to kindly furnish me with a letter cancelling your claim for
shortage.
Division Freight Age
H CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN  SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS   AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. J.  KOBSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
SETO MOIiE
Asiatic Passenger Ag-ent
Vancouver, B. C.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER0UNE    g   ,'1?
IN  REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
TO  CHINESE  AGENTS.
/
/Vancouver, b.c,
victoria, 8* c.
nanaimo, s. c*
EDMONTON, ALT'!
MEDICINE HAT, ALTA.
MOOSE JAW; 8ASK.
SASKATOON, SASK
REGINA, SASK
BRANDON, MAN.
WINNIPEG, MAN*
FORT WILLIAM, ONT.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
NELSON, B.C.
R0S3LAND, B.C*
FERNIE, B* C.
CRANBROOK, B.C.
LETH8RIDGE,3.C.
CALGARY, ALTA*
DEAR SIR,
YOU ARE HEREBY INSTRUCTED TO NOTIFY ALL MALE CHINESE
BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND 45 YEARS WHO DESIRE TO LEAVE
CANftDA FOR CHINA, MUST OBTAIN PERMIT SCHEDULE 8, IN ACCORDANCE
WHTH THE PROVISIONS OF THE ORDER IN COUNCIL NO. H33» m  THE
IMMIGRATION OFFICE AT VANCOUVER OR VICTORIA.
ASSENCER AGENT,
i. \
CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN  SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
VANCOUVER      AyG#   4/,?
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
MR* €.. MILLARD
PR. J* MOE
MR. W, 8. STEWART
Ms**, d, e* brow
MR, W, VI. MCQIRR
MR, J. 8« CARTER
MR* L* D. CHE-THAU
MR, E. E, PENN
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MR. 0* C, OKEEFE
MR. a* F. SPEAK*.*!
MR. F. L. BASIN
MR, A. A. POLHAMUi
MR. W, C, CASEY
MESSRS. WING 8AN0
MESSRS. SUN BAN
CANADIAN NIPPON SUPPLY
JAPANESE MERCHANTS ASSOC IATION
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VANCOUVER
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VANCOUVER
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SEATTLE
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SAN FRANCISCO
LOS. ANGELES
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
SJttfsj class homeward space    trans/pacific snips,
BEAR SIR/
KINDLY NOTE THAT ADVICE HAS §EEN RECEIVED THAT ALL SECOND CLASS
ACCOMMODATION ON HOMEWARD TRANS/PACIFIC SHIPS HONGKONG TO VANC WER
HAS BEEN SOLD UP TO fBf F*»8T Of JANUARY NEXT.
YOURS VERY fW~S*
J, J* FORSTER,
I CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
W.  BRODIE,
GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
MILLARD,
DEPOT TSCKET AGENT
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
OFFICE   OF   THE    DEPOT   TICKET   AGENT
J/JK* Vancouver, b.c. August 101   1917 •
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER  TO   FILE   NO
44960*
C.     P.   0.  S.  Form P § 3,
Yip Seng,
51  Pender Street,  E.t
City.
Besr Sir,
As  arrangements no\.  have  been completed with Mr.
J.J,Forster,   General Agent,   Canadian Pacific Ocean Services,
ltd,,  to supply yoxx with tickets form P3  in future, will you
kindly return to out all   stock of raina you have  on hand at
7\
once and   oblige,
Yours  truly CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER  IISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.  PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
J.  FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
17B1
Sir. h. ^*  Chatham,  o.p.o.,   viotoria, S.U,
Mr.  a.   r. Mo uirr,  age^t, HanaJU&o,  5,c.
Mr. l~»e Sang K.O'%  Agont,  Victoria,  B.c,
Mr. Yip --»ang,   Agent,  Vancouver,  B.C.
,0r,   ..-.  Tawura,   "''--uii B&n%  ^tTliOtiTir,  S.O,
Mr. Yiek o^ang,  Aft-tNt,  TTanatmtj   *.S«
AUXAXXC  SSJEgRAIOi tfAHS© TO fHK 0KX8KT
oaar SJori>
^leaae not a affaetiv# ♦Mmtaatfcar first A«i&tio
>ittex*g« 3far»3S to oh&n/$ial, ii©n«3fi«ag and Manila will b© at
follow*;*
llitpraass of  S*tSStil 8*S~t ^apraae of Asia    f>6o*0O.
ia«praas of Jrqmn .and B«    ;* Monteagle      S55«00
Thare will alao ha an incraaaa in U*hira Olaea xatoa
particular© of ahi oh also now rat©  sahaet will b<? given yw later.
Yours vary truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LSi
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
.  FORSTER. , STATION
>ENER~L AGENT VANCOUVER
MOVEMENTS   OF   STEAMSHIPS
Nov. 23,1917
G.A, CIRCULAR NO, 67.
TRANS-PACIFIC
THIRD CLASS ACCOMMODATION
TO AGENTS;
Attached is copy of leaflet covering the new
Third Class accommodation on the "Empress of Russia" and
"Empress of Asia."
The fares to Canadian Pacific ports of call are
shown on the front page.
The rooms contain four and six berths; all are
numbered and space may he secured from this office.
Kindly call the attention of likely passengers to
the above, and oblige,
Yours very truly,
J.J, FORSTER,
 GENERAL AGENT,	 Aug 25th.
J.J.Forster Esq.,
General Agent,
C. P. 0. S. Ltd,,
Vancouver, B.C.
RS Asiatic Steerage Fares To The Orient.
Dear Sir:
Your instruction of Aug 22th 1917 refer no 1781 was
received, and have noted the contents.
Yours very truly,
Chinese Agent „   „ TEL. SEY. 313
P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C.
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
J*    JAPANESE     DRY    GOODS    <*
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51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
VANCOUVER,  B.  C, 191	
Sept   6th. 7
Seto More Esq.,
Asiatic Passenger Agent,
C. P. 0. S. Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Re the Statement.
Dear Sir:
Your letter of the 5th inst. was received. On the 4th
inst. I have mail to you the statement for the last of two boats,
trusting that you will received for the same.
Tours very truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS   AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
FORSTER.
ENERAL AGENT
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lAsiatic Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
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_ CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS   AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
ORSTER. STATION
IERAL AGENT VANCOUVER
Sept, 20,0?
G.A. CIRCULAR NO. 59,
PALL MOVEMENT ASIATIC STEERAGE
SAILINGS SEPTEMBER 27 TO DECEMBER 21 INCLUSIVP
To Agents:-
Starting with the sailing of the Empress of
Russia, September 27, we anticipate the usual heavy fall
movement of Chinese to the Orient,
In order to avoid over hooking, please note it
will be absolutely necessary to secure accommodation from
this office before issuing any tickets,
Kindly advise all concerned, acknowledge receipt
to me and oblige,
Yours very truly,
J.J. PCRSTER,
I GENERAL AGENT. Vancouver, B. C.
Sept 20, 1917
To the Chinese Agents,
In view of the heavy Steerage business during the Pall
ana Winter months, you are hereby instructed to make application to the office of the General Agency at Vancouver
for required Steerage accommodation, directly, or through
the local C.P.R, agent by mail or by wire if necessary, before
issuing ticket.  And no ticket shall be sold in any case until
needed space is secured.  This will be effective from 1st October to 31st December 1917,
Seto Mor<
ASIATIC PASS'NGER AGENT CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
EASTERN  LINES
OFFICE   OF THE   ASSISTANT   PASSENGER  TRAFFIC   MANAGER.
MONTREAL,
September 14,   1917.
Mr.   Yip S&ng,
Pander St.
Vanci Bfer,   a
iy dear lip,
Shia   will introduce Ur.   C.   S,    'o
Philps,   of St.   Joan,   N.   B. ,   v. ho   &&.& -with
the C.   P.   E.j  St.   John,  N. B. ,   when I joined
the services ef the Comoaaty ia tli«   early
Din e Oa as.
Mr.   Fhilas is on & little
vacetio}, trie   to  the Coast ana I hvrt
assured him that you,  as one of ray old
friends in that   a act ion,   v/oulo bo a lad to
s& e hi.\i.
X si        eiao on a  trip   to  tat:
Pacific Coast this  -irt&r mymlt and m
l©aklng   forward to   th    plawmre of a I'ittS
rlalt  Kith you.
Yours truly. Dec.   Sto.
ft*   J.   forster,   Esq.,
General   Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,Ltd.
Vancouver,   3.   0.
HE   ASIATIC   STBiSRA^.
De-~r   Sir,*
Please   reserve  150   Asiatic   Steerage   for   "limpress  of
Avsia"   sailing  on   December 20th.   1917,   and  oblige.
Yours  very  truly, Dec.   8th.
Sato tore,   Osq.,
Asiatic Passenger  Agent,
Canadian Pacific   OaSean   Oervi cea, Ltd,
Vancouver,   B,   C.
RO   ASIATIC   STESKAGE
Dear  Oir,«
Pleaae reserve 150 Asiatic Steerage for "Empress of
Asia" sailing on Deaember 20th. 1S17, and oblige.
Yours truly, N@v.   26th. 7.
J.J.Parster,   Esq.,
General   Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,Ltd.,
Vancouver,   B«   C,
RE   API ATIC   STEERAGE
Bear  Sir,-
Please reserve 100 Asiatic Steerage far "Empress
af Japan" sailing sn December 6th. 1917, and ©blige.
Ysurs tery truly, Sept 21 at
J.J.Forster Esq.,
General Agent,
C. P. 0, S. Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Re  Asiatic Steerage.
Dear Sir:
Your Circular No 59 was received and have noted it. please
reserve about Sixty Steerage for Qapress of Russia sailing on Sept
27th 1917.
Yours very truly, a@v.   26th.
>et»   uiare,   Esq.,
Asiatic Passenger   Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Oervi ces,Ltd.,
Vancouver,   3.   C.
RE   ASIATIC   STEERAGE
Dear  Sir,«
Please reserve  100  Asiatic  Steerage  f©r  "i&npress
•f  Japan"   sailing on  December 6th.   1917.
  XSurat truly, Oct  29th.
J.J.Porster Esq.,
General Agent,
C.P.O.S.Ltd.,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Re Asiatic  Steerage
Dear Sir:
Please  reserve  250  Asiatic  Steerage  for Empress  of  Russia
sailing on Nov 22nd 1917.
Yours very  truly,
. Oct 29th
Seto lore Esq*,
Asiatic Passenger Agent,
G.  P.   0,   S.   Ltd.,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Re Asiatic Steerage
Dear Sir:
llease reserve 250 Asiatic Steerage for Empress of Russia
sailing on Nov 22nd I917,
Yours truly, Oct.   1st,
J.J.Porster Esq.,
General  Agent,
C.P.O.S.Ltd.,
Vancouver,   13. C,
Dear Sir:
Please  reserve 30  Asiatic  Steerage for Empress  of Japan   ,
sailing on  Oct  II,   1917.,   and 200  Asiatic  Steerage  for Empress  of
Asia sailing on Oct  25th.   1917. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
I /
MANAGERS   AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
VANCOUVER   Jan.   3/18
IN  REPLY  PLEASE REFER TO
NO.
1274.
Mr. Yip Sang. Chinese Agent
51 Pender St, E,
Vancouver, 1, 0*
Dear Sir:
I take pleasure in enclosing permits to visit
our ships for the year 19l8, in favor of your goodself
Mr. Yip Kew Mow and Mr. Yi? Kew Hia*
Yours very truly, January 7th,
8.
This   reply please   refer to  your  Oa.   1709*0,
J.   J.   Forster,   Esq.,
General   Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,Ltd.
Vanco-iver,   B.   C*
Dear  3ir,»
Your favor of   the  3rd.inst.   containing
permits to visit  the  Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,
<yy^<y
Ltd^   for the  year 1918 was gladly  received,   for which
please   accept  our  thanks.
Yours very truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
J. J. FORSTER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
GENERALA6ENT
VANCOUVER
nm* i/n
.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
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MHN8 C. M4LLAR0
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
MR. i,   S.   STEWART
MR.  L.   0*  CHATHAM
VICTORIA
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MR.  a*   V.   MURPHY
PORTLAND
MR.   «j.   F*   SPEAXMAN
SPOKANE
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SAN FRANCISCO
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VANCOUV
CANADIAN NIPPON SUPPLY
Vancouver
JAPAffTSE tCRCH&NTS AS3N
VANCOUVER
MR. F.   YOSHY
VANCOUVER
'CANCELLATION OP MONT CAGLE SAIL INS
DEAR SIR/
KtNDLY NOTE THAT  THE  %   &. MONT EAGLE  WMIOf WAS  SCHE8ULE0
TO SAIL H-0M VANCOUVER MARCH 7 *ILL NOT  3E  mtfcMfcl FOR
PA83EN-1ERS.
YOURS TRULY
4m <i« POOFTER.
^ CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   USTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
J. J.   FORSTER. STATION
GENERAL AGENT
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STATION .
VANCOUVER  DEC*   5/I7
IN  REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
YIP SANG AND COMPANY     51 PENDER ST* E* VANCOUVER
MESSRS. SUN BAN        213 DUNLEVY ST© VANCOUVER*
CANADIAN NIPPON SUPPLY   362 POWELL ST* VANCOUVER
•JAPANESE MERCHANTS ASSN* 367 POWELL ST* VANCOUVER*
MR. P. YOSHY 102 MAIN ST* VANCOUVER*
TRANS/PACIFJC COMMISSION ALLOWANCE*
DEAR SIR/
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY COMMISSION ON ALL TRANS/PACIFIC
THIRD CLASS TICKETS WILL BE FIVE PERCENT OF TARIFF RATE*
NOTE THIS IN NO WAY EFFECTS PRESENT RATE OF
COMMISSION ALLOWED ON ASIATIC STEERAGE TICKETS*
YOURS VERY TRULY*
J* V. FORSTER*
GENERAL AGENT* CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VAMCSUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
J. J.  FORSTER.
• ENIRAL AGENT
VANCOUVER
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TRANS/PACIFIC  SAILING LIST.   NO,   5*
DEAR SIR/
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MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER DISTRICT  GENERAL  AGENCY.   PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
I. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION _ O   /      O
VANCOUVER-POD*    lO/lo
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
No.
l895»G
Mr. Yip Sang,
Chinese Agent
City.
RHMJHE FORM Pb NO.   6766
Dear Sir:»
Enclosed you will find cheque value #?0*25 to   cover
refund on the above.
Please sign the enclosed receipts and return to me
promptly*
Yours truly
J.   J.   FORSTER.
2    ■ CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. J.  FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVE
MR.
U.   MOE
MR,
W*  8*   STEWART
MR.
L,   0.   CHETHAM
MR*
C.   MILLARD
MR,
E.   E.   PENN
1*0.
U*   V*   MURPHY
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D*   C*   OKEEFE
MR.
J.   F*   SPEAKMAN
MR*
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MR,
A.   A.   POLHAMUS
KM,
YIP  SANG
MR*
1,  TAMURA
MR*
KOQAMA
JAPANESE  MERCHANTS
MR,
W,   C.  CASEY
NBC.
F.   Y08NY
ASSN
8, 8. MONT EAGLE.
3an* 19/18
IN  REPLY PLEASE  REFER
NO.
1950/T
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
SEATTLE
PORTLAND
TACOMA
SPOKANE
SAN  FRANCISCO
LOS.   ANGELES
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER.
DEAR  SIR/
PLEASE  NOTE THAT  THE   S.   8*   MONT   AGLE   IS   NOW  SCHEDULED TS
LEAVE  HONGKONG  FEB.   OOCCO.O   YyKOHAMA  TWELFTH   ARRIVE  VAfCOUVER
TWENTY SEVENTH  AND  WILL SAIL   AGAIN EO^  THE  ORIENT   ON MARCH
SEVENTH.
PLEASE  ADVIOE   ALL   CONCERNED,
YOURS  TRULY
J.   J,   F9RSTER,
iY, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER  DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
MAR*  l/l6
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MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL   AGENCY,   PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
Feb.   18/18
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO.
1709»G
Mr.  Ho Lung
Care Yip Sang
Vancouver,   B.   C,
Dear Sir:-
Please call at this Office at your earliest
convenience and oblige*
Yours very truly
J. J. FORSTER.
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FORSTER.
IENERAL AGENT
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY
STATION
Vancouver  April 5»   1918
IN  REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO-     1709-T
Mr.   Wing Sang,   Chinese Agents
Pender St.
City.
Dear Sir:
We have received advice from our Montreal
office that voucher will he paid in favor of Mr, Sear
Suen and check will be received by him, through you,
in due course.
Yours very truly,
J.J.FORSTER.
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BY CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY.  PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
3-lH.y.L.*-AetO'',   O.A.
XR* A. A.POLUALSbS,   0.. A.
iJOSQ BAT.G
wmnm, soo b.m
CAHA.OlAa' Mt-I'QS SUPPLY
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER %
i-ay 21,1918
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO.
SAN FBARCISCO
LOO AlfGSLES
papoa'R ST.
211  BOIL..VY AVE.
362 POIBM, ST.
9,   S.   "TOTTRAGL3*.
JXap-v Sir:
Kindly .tote that tha os »H«.nt«ael«"
will new n&il  from Vancouver Juris 2.1.>w,     The
sailing date of  the  wlktprees of Japan"   remains
the  sa.*ne,   Sfttnm  20th*
Yaw re  vnro truly,
,t, J. :wo-.hi:oo.
BY  Kl
J CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN   SERVICES, LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER  DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
J. J. FORSTER,
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
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~Mfc-^ .1.,   .W^pl»%*
IN  REPLY PLEASE  REFER
.r,  La© JOang Ko-a,   C.A.
Mr, Yip 'Sang,
Messrs,  Sun Ban
Canadian Ilippon Supply",
Victoria,  B.C,
Vancouver,  B.C,
Vanc&uver,  B.C.
Vancourer,  B.  ©,
Dear Sir:
'Je notice on the advice  atubs?   'both
second class and steerage which you sent in
and art  forv.&rded by us to the Auditor,   that
in  avery case you showed the net amount
without  including the sar tax and we are
therefore  sending samples of advice stubs
so  that  they may be made up correctly in
future.
If you will bo kind enough to
■so-air aa all advice  stubs  the  cash  collected
as  indicated on  the- attached sample,   it -still
greatly assist    our accounting work.
please acknowledge receipt.
Yours very truly,
J.J.F0R3TKH.
BY PI 4
Form P2 No. 3903
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services,   It 4
Trans-Pacific Lines
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Steamship..impress.of.Japaa	
Sailing. .April.2% 191.8.
From                   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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Names  of Passengers      Age
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Agent..J,J,Forster..
At,.Vancouver,.B,.C,
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J.J,Forster Esq.,
General Agent,
C. P. G. S. Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C
Dear Sir:
My wife Wong Yip Sang and my children Hiss Yip 01 ng and
Yip Ke?»' Yacht (age 5} are going to China on a visit by the "Empress
of Asia" leaving Vancouver, O.C. on Aug 30th, 191?.
The Company in the past has oqgii  to allow me a reduction of
25^ from the usual price of the tickets, I shall be glad if that
arrangement can be continued in the present instance.
Yours very truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
J. J.  FORSTER.
GENERALA.ENT
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT GENERAL AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
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51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
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C. B, Foster Esq.,
Assistant Passenger Traffic Lanager,
c. p. a. Co.,
Montreal, Canada,
Dear Mr Foster:
This will introduce to you my son Yip Kew Jiow
who is leaving here to-night on a business trip to your City.
It will be his first visit to Montreal and if you can be of
any service or assistance to him while he is there, I should
appreciate it very much indeed.
With my best regards, I am
 Yours faithfully,
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CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
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H. W.  BRODIE.
GENERAL  PASSENGER AGENT
e. H. BOWES.
ASST.  GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT
WESTERN   LINES-WEST OF  FIELD AND  KOOTENAY  LANDING
OFFICE   OF   THE   GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
Vancouver, b.c.    October 13,   1915
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER  TO   NO.
A  59091
Chinese  Passenger Traffic from Vancouver*
Mr. Yip  Sang,
Vancouver,   B.C*
Dear Sir,
It has been quite evident to me for some
little t.ime,   and this was male quite  apparent recently,  in  connection with the handling of our
Chinese  steerage  business on the  "Monteagle",  that
there is trouble  between you and Mr.   Seto More,  our
Asiatic- Passenger Agent.
When I employed Mr. -Seto More  as Asiatic
P.ssenger Agent,  it was for the purpose of placing
in charge of this business some one  whom I could  rely
upon to  advise me properly,   tnd to  supervise the handling of the business by our numerous agents*
It seems to me,  from mv  observations,  that
too  little  attention is paid by you and your son to
Mr.  Set© MQre's requests,   and there seems to be an
absence of respect on your part for hit position with
this Compsny,   all of which is not in the best interests
of our business.      I would,  therefore,  like to hear
from you to  the effect that you understand fully hie
position,   end that his requests and instructions in
regard to the  henoHiag of our Asiatic traffic bear the
•same  weight as if given by me personally.
Yours truly, Vancouver,   B.   C.'
Oct,   14&h,   19.15,
H.   W,   Brodie Esq.,
General  Passenger Agent,
C.   P.   R.      City.
Dear Sir:
I beg   to  acknowledge receipt  of your  letter
of  the  thirteenth  instant,   and have noted  the  contents .
thereof.     In  reply  I wish to  say that in   the past  I  have
always  done  the best in my power to  carry  out your instructions  and also   the instructions  of your Mr.  More,   and
furthermore I  will   say  that in  the future I  will   continue
to   do  the best  in my power  to   carry  out your wishes  and
thus  secure  the greatest possible benefit  for  the  Company.
Yours   truly, P.O,  BOX 15 VANCOUVER. B.C, TEL,  SEY.  313
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE      MERCHANDISE     AND
N2 JAPANESE     DRY     GOODS  ^
51 Pender St. E.,
VANCOUVER,  B.C. „M.t*   lith,     191 5.
H. W. Brodie Esq.,
General Passenger Agent,
C. P. R.    City.
Dear Sir:
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the
I3th. inst. and have noted the contents thereof. In reply I wish
to say that in the past I have always done the best in my power
to carry out your instructions and also the instructions of
your Mr. Seto More, and furthermore I will say that in the future
I will continue to do the best in my power to carry out your
wishes and thus secure the greatest possible benefit for the
Company,
Yours truly, CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
WESTERN   LINES-WEST OF  FIELD AND   KOOTENAY   LANDING
H. W. BRODIE.
GENERAL  PASSENGER AGENT
C. H. BOWES,
ASST.   GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
SETO MORE
Asi*^ Puitsengvr A stint
V3r;c()i?v<*?. n, p.
OFFICE   OF   THE   GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
Vancouver, b.c.   July       7th,     1916*
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER  TO   NO.
ASIATIC  C0W.1I SSI OH
Mr. Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. Lee Mong Kow,
Victoria,  B.C.
Dear Sirs:
In order to  give our  Asiatic Agents more convenience
and to  avoid the necessity of vouchering  and daisy of time, we
decided to  imarove the  situation by aaying our agents the com-
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mission immediately^ the  tickets are puschased. This change will
be  affective on  August 1st,  1916.
You  are hereby  instructed to report to me every  sailing
the number of tickets sold immediately   after each sailing and to
have your reports contain  the name of  steamer,  date of sailing,
destination,  class of  ticket,   amount of  fare collected,   and  amount
of  commission paid.
Please  acknowledge receipt of  this letter.
Yours truly,
ASIATIC  PASSENGER   AGENT, -
Vancouver, B.C. July 10to. 1916.
r, oeto io re,
Asietic Passenger ^ Agent,
C,   F.   H.   Go.$
- Vancouver,   B.C,
ASIATIC   COMMISSIOH.
Dear  Sir,-
Your letter  re  above  of   t-Iie 7th inst.  -received*,
Yours  truly, a
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51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
VANCOUVER,  B.  CO, N.O.V... 1.6th.. 1915.
My Dear Mr Brown:
Having in mind the approaching Christmas Season. I
take the opportunity of conveying to you my  very best greetings and
of expressing the wish that it may bring to you a fullness of happiness
and good cheer.
It seems to me that at this time of your nation's
gigantic struggle for right and freedom, and in view of the increased
efforts and responsibility which such a struggle must impose upon
you in the discharge of your arduous official duties that even my
small but gratiful remembrance of you may in some slight measure help
you to look upon the bright side of things, and I heartily express
the fervent hope that your nation , with which I j-ajdly' i dent if y
myself, will soon successfully and with honor emerge from the present war.
Yours very sincerely,
Geo. Me. L. Brown Esq.,
62 to 65 Charing Cross,
(Trafalgar Square ) S.W.
London. February 13th. 5  5.
I,  Blake  Robertson,   Oaq.,
Assist,   General  Superiattendant of Immigration,.
Ottawa,   Canada,
Dear  Sir*?,
I   received   to-day from Mr.   3   oilifie  a  cheeae  value
i. 500.00  being  a  refund  of Head-Tax paid   on behalf  of Lee   Ohee
..(i~r5. Yin Kew Shuen)  who arrived  in  Vancouver during  the  time
yo u %-e. re v.i sti ng he re«
Will you please accept the sincere© thank*of myself
and father, for the interest you took th.i a case and t.hereby
securing  a  refund  of  the Tax.
Trusting  that we will have   the  pleasure  of  seeing
you the  nex"k  time  you  are visting  Vancouver and  again  thanking
you for all  favors,   I   remain.
Yours   since rly,
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OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL    PASSENGER   AGENT
VANCOUVER,    B.C. M= u     1,     1916
A  65305
Transportation -    George Y.K.SOaen*
H. W.  BRODIE,
GENERAL   PASSENGER  AGENT
C.  H.  BOWES.
ASST.   GENERAL  PA5SENGR  AGENT
Mr.  Y:*-  Sa"hg,
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favor of your son,  George  Y.K.Shuen,   -s  re que si May 2nd.
6,
H. '?/. Brad I e, K h q.,
General Passenger  Agent,
0. P. ii. Co.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir,-
I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your
Railway Pasa from AOontrea! to Vancouver Oo Z  15619 for
my son Geo, Y. ft, S^uen, and thanks you for your kind
favors.
Yours truly, May  16thiitt
6.
R.W.Brodie,   Esq.,
General Passenger   Agent,
c. P. R. Co*,
Vancouver,   B.C*
I)e-r Sir,-
Will you kindly arrange with the Immigration
Department for.release in Vancouver for few days of I r.
Chu Yee, w. o rill arrive from Seattle on AednesCay morning -nd going to China hy  "3mpress of Asia". I will accepta
responsibility for his foil t x«
Youra truly, Ap ri 1  8 th.
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Capt.   A.   Bradford
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Dear Sir:-
Enclose herewith a cheque Forty five dallars ($45.) fo;
payment on attach aill.
Kindly acknowledge with receipt.
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ours  aru*y,
Wing  Dang c. Oo *,
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CHINA   MUTUAL  STEAM   NAVIGATION   CO..   LTD.
BLUE FUNNEL LINE
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DODWELL & CO., LTD.
PACIFIC COAST AGENTS
TACOMA
TACOMA    BUILDING
SEATTLE
HENRY   aUlLDING
VICTORIA
BELMONT   BUILDING
VANCOUVER
YORKSHIRE   BUILDING
PORTLAND
CONCORD   BUILDING
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- A      n „ 1 he omat)e r 24 th,
Ohas. I-. Blaney, Osq.,
2837-3rd.V.. ,
Vancouver, 0. 0.
yy  dear Ar. Blaney,
I am sending you a. small token of ay regards
and best wishes for a Oerry Christmas and a Happy Kew Year
for both yourself and £ rs« .Blaney.
Yours very truly,
—-■ —•*~ —:_ December  24th.
7.
K.w.Brodie, „ ♦
G ene r al  Passe n g e r  Ag e a t,
Canadian pacific  Railway  Oo,,
Vancouver,   8.   0.
Da s r Si rgi-
I   MB   sending  you   a   small   token  of my   regard,
and  best wishes  for  a o.erry Christmas  and   a happy hew
| SFaar    for both yourself  and O.rss.   Brociia,
Youre  very   truly, P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 313
WING  SANG & CO.
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WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
<*    JAPANESE     DRY    GOODS    g
51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C, DSC...4th, 191.6.
Geo* Mc L. Brown Esq.,
62-65 Charing Cress
(Trafalgar Aquare) 8.W,
London , England.
• My Bear Brown:
It is with much gratification that at this time
of the year 1 am able to recall my pleasant acquaintance and
association with youe and 1 take the opportunity of sending you
a small gify in token thereof.
I hope that you and Mrs Brawn will spend th® Xraaa
season with enjoyment, and that the lav Year will bring to you
a full measure of prosperity.
Yours Sincerelys P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 313
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE AND
J*    JAPANESE DRY GOODS J*
51 PENDER STREET E.,
VANCOUVER, B. C, Decp. 2.2 191 5
Hen W. J. Bewsser
Victoria, B.C.
Pear Bowser:
It is with much gratification that at this time
of the year 1 am able to recall my pleasant acquaintance
and association with you, and I take the opportunity of sending you a small gift in token thereof.
I hope that you and Mrs Bowser will spend the
Christmas season with enjoyment, and that the Mew Year will
bring to you a full measure of prosperity.
Yours sincerely,
P.S. The parcel will forward by Dominion express.
~    / P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 313
WING  SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
■*    JAPANESE    DRY    GOODS    <-»
51   PENDER  STREET  E.,
Vancouver, B. C, Deo. -23rd, 191.6...
M.W. Brodie Esq.,
Shanghnessy Heights,
City.
Dear Ut  Brodie:
Please accepts a small token of my regard and
Pest wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for both
yourself and Mrs Brodie.
Yours Sincerely, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY,   PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
J.   J.   FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION _        _ n
Vancouver June 20,191o
1N  REPLY  PLEASE  REFER TO
NO.      2008-T
ing Sang & Co
Messrs, Sun Ban
Canadian Nippon Supply
Japanese Merchants Ass'n
Pender St.
213 Dunlevy Ave*
362 Pender
369 Powell
SS "MONTEAGLE" - JUNE 25*
Dear Sir;
Kindly note that the SS "Monteagle"
will now sail from Vancouver June 2J.th.
Yours very truly,
J, J. PORSTER,
BY 1/i CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J.   J.  FORSTER,
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
,ug. 00,1918.
IN  REPLY PLEASE  REFER TO
NO
1719-P
Mr, C, E, Benjamin, G.P.A,,
Montreal, :£uo.
HBFUND - YIP SANG FAMILY.
Dear Sir:-
Attached arc  tickets form P8 #4307  reported
at  value 5129.40,  P/B August 31,1917 and form Pd #4$7&
reported at  value *125«00,  P/8 January |l*i9i8*
Both of above ticket* were issued to family
ox   Mr,   Yip  Sang,   our Chinese Agent here.     Passengers
were unable   to   secure accommodation on  our awn Line
ana were  cDispelled to   same Aoraaard via  the 03  "Senator
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Pleaae arranps refund  in Oavor oA Mr*  Yip
Oaag,   Vancoaver ana  oblige.
Yours  very   truly,
w «      w ,
Mr,   Yip Sang,   Agent,
Vancouver,   B,   C,
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MANAGERS  AND   AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL  AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT V A N COU V ER SOP t *       4/l8
IN  REPLY PLEASE REFER
NO
1838
Messrs* Wing Sang &  Co.,
51 Pender St. E.
City.
TEMPORARY RELEASE CHIN SHUNG NA.
Dear Sires -
Your letter Date.
Have arranged release with the Immigration Department
as requested. Oct 25th
8
J. J, Forster Esq.,
General Agent,
C. p. 0. S. Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Yours Commissioner Circular of Oct 23rd 1918 was received,
and have noted it.
Yours truly, OCTOBER 1, 1915
AGENTS IN THE UNITED ST A TES
AND CANADA.
Effective November 1, 1918, five per cent, commission will be paid
on all classes Trans-Pacific tickets sold at regular fares.
No  commission  will   be   allowed  on   tickets  issued   at   special   or
reduced fares to Army, Navy or other Government Officials.
BLUE FUNNEL LINE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES LIMITED.
CHINA MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.
NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE.
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA.
OSAKA SHOSEN KAISHA.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
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Dear Mr Bredie:
Please accepts a small token of my regard and
hope that you and Mrs Bradio will spend the imas season with
enjoyment nnd  that the New Year will oring to .you a full measure
of prosperity.
Yours Sincerely, P.O.   BOX  15 VANCOUVER, B.C, TEL.  SEY.  313
WING SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE      MERCHANDISE     AND
^  JAPANESE     DRY     GOODS  ^
51   PENDER   ST.  E.,
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To Whom it may Concern:
It gives me pleasure to  say I have known Capt,  %,  Archibald
favorably and well for the past twenty five years of service with
the Canadian Pacific Railway during \<»hiah interim be served as
Commanding officer of one of their Empress Liners,   and later hers
as Ships Husband for their Trans-facific Fleet,
Bis deaire and integrity is bsyong question,   and I  can faithfully
command him for any service becoming his past experiences.
Yours respectfully,
Wing Sang & Co.,
per ogr. CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
EASTERN     LINES
GENERAL    PASSENGER    DEPARTMENT—RAIL    LINES
WM. stitt,
GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
EMILE  J.   HEBERT,
FIRST   ASSISTANT GENERAL   PASSENGER   AGENT
FRED.   O.   HOPKINS.
ASSISTANT  GENERAL  PASSENGER   AGENT
WALTER   MAUGHAN,
ASSISTANT GENERAL  PASSENGER   AGENT.
WA.
IN   YOUR  REPLY   PLEASE   REFE
MONTREAL,   P. GlOCt . 24/16
R  TO   FILE   NO. &       1      1     Y      6      **      UX.
• Chin Hay lion,enroute to HongEong,via EMPRESS OP ASIA
•      Novamber 2nd* m
Mr. H. W. Brodie,
General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver,  B*G.
This will serve to introduce
Mr.Chin Hay Mon, who is a passenger coming from
Boston enroute to HongKong to connect with the s/S
"EMPRESS OP ASIA" due to leave Vancouver,November 2nd.
This gentleman is one of the
leading Chinese Merchants in Boston and would like
to have his freedom while in Vancouver. Will you
kindly do the necessary and oblige*
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT* .cVI\£0.-.-0
AO
- iru 5€ Bsanqisjciv.sfloijfloa oj ■ i o-tfletaoM —n aiaa
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• osilo'c  arts \"sijaa©oon &jf£ os vXjbni^
• TUaDI   flSDMi OA1 JAH&K3D P. O. BOX 15, VANCOUVER, B. C. TEL. SEY. 313
WING  SANG & CO.
WHOLESALE
CHINESE     MERCHANDISE     AND
J*    JAPANESE     DRY    GOODS    <-«
51   PENDER  STREET   E.,
Vancouver, B. C, sep.t~~4.th 191 ...a
Chin  Shung Ka,   enroute  to  hong Kong,   via
3.0-Aionteagle  Sept  5th  1918.
J.J.iorster  esq,,
General   .\gert
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Vancouver,   B.O.
j)ear Sir:
Will  you kindly  arrange  with  the  Immigration  Department
for  release   in Vancouver for a day  of Or Chin  Shung ,0a,   who
is  a Chinese t<-erchant  from New york  and   is going  to   China  by
S.S.Monteagla,   I  will  accepts  responsibility for his Poll   tax.
Yours   truly, CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
MANAGERS  AND  AGENTS
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY,   PASSENGER   DEPAR
J.   J.  FOffSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
Mr. 3.  Ckmlet,   Agent,
ttr • J. 3. Oft. rt or * c s, j*, A.
Mr, Ls« Monp' Kovr,  Agent
.   Yip 0*!{nt»   ■"        - ,
Chinese Agent,
Chin     ■  Agent,
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER
oot*   'o,191<.
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO
0107-B
New *asta3,»*teri B.  o.
ea,
Victoria, ft* c*
Vancouver,  ft*  C.
ftmriMySicn „, ft* c*
Hanrtireo,   B.C.
Uft -    - MVK MOV.   1,1910,
r iiir.«-
Attached herewith g&eass find oopy of  eejti j     ion
circular   -I-eotive loverafc r 1,1918,    -hioh   state* phee  on
anil after ^ovamber 1,1910,   five percent oonMlae* iff  -eil! be
paid, to all c.l- a  - g cl *fra«8»iaaoific tiokets sold at
regular fare*
Pie        ■ cknowle-oipe receipt of  crlraular a« ■
ii
Your*,  very truly,
J.  J. i
OCTOBER 1,  1918.
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA.
Effective November 1,  1918, five per cent, commission will be paid
on all classes Trans-Pacific tickets sold at regular fares.
No   commission   will   be   allowed   on   tickets   issued   at   special   or
reduced fares to Army, Navy or other Government Officials.
BLUE FUNNEL LINE.
CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES LIMITED.
CHINA MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.
NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE.
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA.
OSAKA SHOSEN KAISHA.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
TOYO 'RISEN KAISHA. P. O.   BOX   IS,   VANCOUVER,   B.C. TELEPHONE,   SEY.   31
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
(Eanantau Parifir QDr t?att ^r-rttirr-B, Vtintti~a
51   PENDER STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B.C. I_S*K.JP** 1920-
Mr W.G. Annable,
General iassenger Aigent,
C. 1. 0. S. Ltd.,
Montreal, Can.
£ after ~- r An n ab 1 e :
Having in mind the approaching Xmae Season and
I ta&e the opprtunity of sending you a small gift in tohen of my
regard.
I hope that you will spend the Xmas Season with
enjoyment and that the New Year will bring to you a full measure
of prosperity.
Yours sincerely,
The parcel   forward by
Dominion Oixpress. p. O. Box IS, Vancouver, B.C.
Telephone
, Sey.
313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
<£anaohm Parifir (2. a.an ^rrairr-a, ICimitr-ii
SI   PENDER  STREET,  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
17
Pec
19
20
Mr C
,  ft.   Poster,
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Montreal,
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Can.
hear
Mr Poster
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ple-3
se  accepts  a  sraali  token  of my
rs
.gard
and
hope
that  you
and 1
rs Poster will   spend  the  Snas
season i
with
en jo
yrnent  and
that
the  New Year will  bring  to  you
a
full
measure
of  p
rosperity.
Yours Sincerely, O. BOX 15. Vancouver, b. C.
TELEPHONE! SEY.   313
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street. East
Vancouver, B. C -Dec  24 th 192 Q
Mr J.J.Porster,
1855 - 16th Ave W.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Mr Porster:
Please accepts a small gift in token of my regard
and hope that you and Mrs Forster will spend the Xmas season with
enjoyment and that the Hew Year will bring to you a full measure
of prosperity.
Yours sincerely, P. O.   BOX   15,   VANCOUVER,   B.C. TELEPHONE,   SEY.   313
YIP   SANG
CHINESE AGENT FOR
(Hattanian Parifir (Drr-an #enrtn~a, fCtmiiri-
51   PENDER  STREET,  EAST
VANCOUVER, b.c 2let   Nov. 19 19
Canadian Pacfcfic  Ocean Services Ltd.,
Montreal.
Gentlemen:
Mr, C. Yip Yen, who is a nephew of mine, is making
application for the position of compradore for the Company at
Hong Kong, and I am very  pleased indeed to give him any support
that I can in connection with such application.
He came with me to this country in the year 1881, and
was actively associated in business here with me until he returned
to China in the year 1905; h© has 'been  engaged in mercantile business
at Hong Kong ever since that time, and is now on a temporary visit
to this country, intending to return to Hong Kong in January next.
He was Official Ohinese interpreter for the uustoms Department at
Vancouver from 188? to 1904, and was also agent for the sale of
Canadian Pacific ocean tickets for a considerable time.
I can speak unreservedly in regard to the integrity and
ability of Mr.C. Yip Yen, and feel that if he is appointed to the
position he will give good and faithful service to the "ompany
and satisfy their requirements as compradore at iiong Kong in
every respect.
Yours truly, P.  O.   BOX 15. VANCOUVER.   B. C. TELEPHONE, SEY.   313
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
VANCOUVER, B. C Pee  24th 192  0
Mr A. L. Jolliffe,
1994 -1st Ave, &.,
Vancouver, B.C,
Bear Mr Jolliffe:
Please accepts a small gift ir, token of my
regard , and hope that you and Mrs Jolliffe will spend the Xaaaa
season with enjoyment and that the New Year will bring to you a
full measure of prosperity.
Yours sincerely, P. O.   BOX  15. VANCOUVER.   B. C. TELEPHONE. SEY.   313
WING SANG 8c CO.
i CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street. East
VANCOUVER,  B.C.        ^SO   24th ;_     i920
Mr William Plumeteel,
946  -  12th  Ave  §*,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Dear Hr Plumsteel:
Pleaae accepts  a  email  gift  in  token  of my  regard,
and  -wish  you  and  Mrs Plumsteel   a Kerry 36aaa  and  Happy Hew Year.
Yours  truly, P. O.  BOX 15, VANCOUVER.   B. C.
TELEPHONE.  SEY.   3
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
Vancouver, B. C Dec  24 th
192
0
Mr J.  38.  Mather,
1972  Reason  St.,
Vancouver,   3.C.
Dear Pred:
please   accepts   a small  gift  in   token  of my  regard,   and
hope  that you and Mrs father will  spend   the  Xmas season with
enjoyment,   and  that  the Vm Year will feting   to  you  a full measure
of prosperity.
Yours  sincerely, U  '
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