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THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA        Vancouver. B.C.,.
July  2Z ; 19 20
Messrs,   Ping  dang Co
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comply with the following particulars as set forth
under the "Factories Act".
Install collapsible gate on elevator,   This
is for the purpose of preventing injury to occupants
of elevator by coning in contact with, projections in
shaftway.   Ihis gate must always be closed before the
elevator leaves the landing.
You are further requested to notify this
department in writing when the above mentioned improve-
me n t s h av e been c o mp1e ted.
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the Pire Department as being "unsatisfactory in construction
from a fire protection point of view"*
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be advised to make a thorough investigation of same with a
view to affording every possible protection.
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VANCOUVER   BOARD   OF   TRADE
DINNER
GUESTS   OF   HONOUR:
SIR  HENRY  DRAYTON HON.   GIDEON   ROBERTSON
D3.   S.   F.   TOLMIE
PRESENT    THIS    CARD    AT
O.   B.   ALLAN'S   OR  AT
BOARD    OF   TRADE   OFFICES
Monday, Sept. 20,  1920
7:30 P.  M.
Hotel Vancouver
J W. J. BLAKE WILSON, President
J. P. D. MALKIN, Vice-Pbesident
W.   E.   PAYNE,   Secretabx
TELEPHONES:
Boakd   of   Trade   .   Sey.    1148.1149
W.   E.   Payne    (Fkiv.)    Set,   4910Y
Vancouver Board of Trade
BOARD  OF TRADE  BUILDING
402   PENDER   STREET   WEST
Vancouver, B. C,
September 1, 1920.
MEMBERSHIP  DINNER
Dear Sir:
The Council of your Board considered that it would be very fitting if we
could commence our meetings this year with a great "Get Together Dinner,"
and to this end invited Sir Henry Drayton, Minister of Finance; Honourable
Gideon Robertson, Minister of Labor; and Dr. S. F. Tolmie, Minister of Agriculture ; to be our guests of honor.
All these gentlemen have accepted our invitation, and an opportunity is
thus being afforded us of hearing three of Canada's leading statesmen on
subjects of vast importance to every business man. It is expected their subjects
will be "Finance," "Labor," and "Agriculture."
The dinner will be held on Monday, September 20th, in the Hotel Vancouver, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be placed on sale at 0. B. Allan's, Rogers
Building, on Tuesday, September 14th, and also at the Board of Trade offices.
Tickets will be $2.00 per plate, and on account of there not being sufficient
room at the Hotel to accommodate all our members, tickets will be disposed of
to those who make immediate application.
"We need not impress upon the members the importance of this occasion
and the necessity of being present.
Enclosed is a card which kindly present when purchasing your ticket.
Yours very truly,
W. E. PAYNE,
Secretary. FAULDS & PEARCE OIL SYNDICATE.
626 Hastings St. West,
Vancouver, B C.
Bulletin No. 10. August 28th, 1920.
•To our Unitholders!
I have just received full and complete information
from Messrs. Pearce & Pearce, giving a complete audited statement
up to June 30th, and have pleasure in enclosing same herewith for
the information of our unitholders; showing number of barrels of oil
sold, amount received for same, as well as equipment,cost of labour,
and other expenses connected with operation of the leases, which
will aid our unitholders in seeing why dividends have been d.eferred.
It probably is unnecessary to mention in this connection that all proceeds from the sale of oil go directly to the
Guarantee Title & Trust Company for leases four and five; and these
funds are not available for our use until we have shown these
amounts either to be owing or already paid by us, the latter being
the case with each lease up to the present time.
Our production early in the year -was such as to promise large and frequent dividends, but water conditions, over which
no one had control, has decreased production for the time being to
such an extent that distribution of dividends has not been possible*
When a well is brought in on an adjoining lease the
owner of the land can require, according to the laws of the state,
that an offset be started within sixty days; and to protect our
leases from suits for damages which might be brought, Pearce &
Pearce have found it necessary to have these wells drilled., which
were financed by themselves.
This, together with the cost of equipping has cost
a great deal of money, but it must be remembered that all of this
equipment belongs to the lease in which you have an interest.
Pearce & Pearce advise me that they are trying at
all times to keep the expenses at a minimum, making no charge for
office rent, stenographer, personal services or many other items
which the auditor mentioned as being just charges against production.  Their interest in the various leases is sufficiently large
to amply repay them later for these services.
Their first annual inventory is now being taken, and
when completed will permit a complete statement showing value Of
leases, equipment of all kinds, including wells, oil engines, casing for each well, buildings of all kinds, tanks, boilers, etc. -2-
Probably the most important news item we have for
our shareholders is the contemplated joining of all the Pearce
properties into one compact organization, on a basis that will
permit a most satisfactory and equitable solution for all.
This will in our opinion offer an opportunity for
those who desire to sell or otherwise dispose of their interests
with us, as the plan calls for establishing a market for these interests through their various offices as well as through several
of the large investment houses of New York and Boston.
They have gone into this matter very carefully
with the heads of several of the large oil companies, such as Mr.
Burge, the President of the Orland Petroleum Company (the largest
producers in the Pea-body field) explaining to them that they wished a plan that would be to the immediate advantage of every one
of their shareholders, and without exception our plan has been
heartily endorsed.  Full details of this plan will be given within
the next few weeks.
Respectfully submitted,
BCUa
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Chairman of Advisory Committee PEARCE & PEARCE, INC,
LEASE #5 - SECTION 16-40 ACRES - PBABODY -KANSAS
STATEMENT
DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATING WORK
TO JUNE 30, 1920.
Fixed Charges and Assets
Buildings 3,590.71
Well Equipment 14,835.46
Gen'l Lease Equipment 4,142.63
Autos  219.17
Total Fixed Charges
Operating Expenses
General Labor 1,789.50
Superintendence 895.51
Mscl. Production Expense 506.23
Freight and Hauling 317.22
Auto Expenses 315.21
Repairs and Replacements 4.00
Pumping Fuel 91.22
Insurance 92.34
Interest 101.62
Total Operating Expenses
Drilling Expense
6/30/20 Total Advance Charges to date
22,787.97
4,112.85
5.00
26,905.82
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LIABILITIES AGAINST ABOVE
Accounts Payable - Unpaid
Atlas Supply Co. 92.63
Black Sivails & Bryson 30.00
Continental Supply Co. 3,199.47
Jarecki Mfg. Co. 58.68
Oil Well Supply Co. __  3.58
Total Unpaid Invoices
Due Pearce & Pearce for cash Advanced
3,384.16
23,521.66
26,905.82
3 SS SS SX IS « 33 33
Note.  Well No.1 drilled in at Cost
Pearce & Pearce,
Correct
Not charged in abo
(Signed)
Buffalo, N.Y.
July 12, 1920.
An unusual condition has existed in well
as the rods were being destroyed by some
water mixed with the oil from this well.
entirely solved this difficulty, and have
apparently considerable improvement. On
mentioned, we have as yet been unable to
test. We believe however it will repay e
a profit.
of 028,500.00 by
ve statement.
Richard W. Henderson,
Auditor
number one of this lease,
chemicals present in the
We have now apparently
deepened the well with
account of the rod trouble
give this well any fair
very dollar invested with PEARCE & PEARCE, INC.
LEASE #4 - SECTION 15-40 ACRES - PEABODY - KANSAS
CASH STATEMENT OF OIL PRODUCTION
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Compiled from Statements of Guarantee Title & Trust Co.
Wichita, Kansas.
Receipts from Prairie 0.& G. Co.
12/20/19 runs 12/1/19 to 12/15/19
1/26/20 «' 1/1/20 " 1/15/20
1/ 3/20  w   1/1/20  "    "
2/14/20 »
2/27/20 "
3/12/20 M
3/27/20 "
4/13/20 "
4/26/20 "
5/11/20 "
5/26/20 tt
6/15/20 B
6/26/20 M
1/16/20 " 1/31/20
2/ 1/20 ■ 2/15/20
2/16/20 " 3/29/20
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3/15/20 " .5/31/20
4/ 1/20 " 4/15/20
4/16/20 " 4/31/20
5/ 1/20 " 5/15/20
5/16/20 « 5/31/20
6/ 1/20 M 6/15/20
Total Cash from
Oil Production to 6/30/20
Turned over to Pearce & Pearce, Inc.,
for use in payment of Invoices
for Equipment - Expenses, etc.
Production 6 Months ending May 31/20
"   "   183 Days -
Barrels
Price
RECEIPTS
255.68
2.50
639.20
264.32
2.75
726.88
1,236.02
3.00
3,708.06
Steam
3.01
1,701.92
3.00
5,105.76
613.38
3.00
1,840.14
915.86
3.00)
604.91
3.25)
4,713.54
1,200.03
3.50
4,210.61
889.75
3.50
3,114.13
675.4 7
3.50
2,364.15
Steam
89.27
656.81
3.50
2,298.84
990.29
3.50
3,466.02
990.36
3.50
3,466.26
1,354.79
3.50
4,741.77
12,349.59
40,487.64
9,732.15 bbls.
53.18 bbls. daily
Avge. price per barrel        $5.18.2  -   $ 169.22 per day
i|8,458.33
Operating Expense 183 days - to 5/31
"       "   Avge. per day
Correct
Buffalo, N.Y.
July 12, 1920.
(Signed)  Richard
$46.22
Henderson,
Auditor
This lease has been somewhat disappointing in production up to
date, altho many of the best oil men believe it will pay all
their money back and a profit.  The total production of this
lease is now about 80 bbls. per day.  We are still endea.voring
to get 5-inch casing for number one well, which we are convinced
will materially increase production. •
•
PEARCE & PEARCE,
INC.
LEASE #4 - SECTION 15-40 ACRES -
PEABODY -
KANSAS
OPERATION & PRODUCTION
STATEMENT
To and Include June
30, 1920.
Fixed Charges and Assets
Buildings                  4,359.77
Well Equipment             31,058.05
Lease    M                 8,877.50
Autos     «                    325.42
Total Fixed Charges
44,680.74
Operating Expenses
.
General Labor               4,115.51
Superintendence             1,329.60
Mscl. Production Expense     1,519.75
Freight & Hauling           1,311.37
Auto Expenses                 507.46
Rprs. & Replacements           423.64
Pumping Fuel                  266.35
Insurance                     92.33
Interest                      204.20
,
Trustees Fees & Expenses         6.70
Total Operating Expenses
9,776.91
Drilling Expense #2 Well
30,207.00
6/30/20 Total Advanced Charges to date
84,604
.65
CREDITS
Cash from Fuel Oil Sales
2,156.00
Cash from Guarantee Title & Trust Co.)
from oil Sales per Stmt.            )
40,487.64
Total Cash from Oil Sales
6/30/20  Balance - Lease Indebtedness
42,643
.64
4l796T
~01
Summary of Indebtedness
Due Atlas Supply Co.          3,571.50
"  Black Sivalis & Bryson    641.10
"  Continental Supply Co. .   749.57
-
"  Jarecki Mfg. Co.          146.44
"  Gessaman & Staner         875.00
"  Oil Well Supply Co.         51.33
"  Stearns Streetor Co.    19,089.25
"     »        «    Note   10,000.00
"  Bridgeport Machine Co.     42.00
35,166.39
Advanced by Pearce & Pearce
6,794.62
Total Indebtedness
41,961.01
Correct
(Signed)  Richard W. Henderson-,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Auditor.
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July 12, 1920. JOHN   \l_'>  PECK   &   OCT LTD.
MANUFACTURERS IMPORTERS
CLOTHING,    SHIRTS,    CAPS TEXTILE   WOOLENS, . HATS
WINNIPEG,    MAM.
August 16, 1920.
Dear Sirs
Now that the crop situation in Western Canada is known, you
will bo able to correctly estimate your requirements for the Fall
Season.  If for any reason you have delayed purchasing your
Clothing, Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc., we would suggest that you communicate with us and we will arrange to have our traveller call
on you immediately.
After .some difficulty, we have secured large and comprehensive stocks at our Winnipeg warehouse especially adapted to
Western trade requirements.
For your information, we might say that the reports concerning a general downward trend of prices are grossly exaggerated
and misleading, more especially regarding prices obtaining for
the Fall season.  The sharp and continuous advance in wages and
other factory costs will in all probability affect prices in the
opposite direction in the very near future
The stock on hand at our Winnipeg warehouse was provided for
months ago, and representing as it does special purchases, the
prices will be found to be extremely low.  Below we give you
quotations on a few specials, and which sire extra good value:
CLOTHING
MEN'S SUITS?Grey stripes, grey mixtures, grey herringbones, and
.     brown diagonal tweeds.  Brown check and grey stripe
worsteds. Staple three button models. Extra well made.
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SER3E SUITS:Fine twill, dark shade, blue serge suits. Three-button
_   single breasted, conservative style.  Corset lining.
Sizes 36 to 44 $23.00.
Other blue serge suits in two and three button models,
from $23.00 to $56.00.  Plain brown serge at ..$25.00.
MACKINAWS:Men's Fancy, Pure Wool Heavy Weight Mackinaw Coats, red,
"    brown green and grey checks.  Yoke Norfolk model, full
belt, Shawl collar; two pockets. Sizes 36 to 44.,$ 9.50.
FQR COLLAR 0V^C0£^t Black Melton, Double Breasted Overcoat, with
~~~ "" "        genuine Marmot collar, Quilted lining, rubber
interlining. Knitted wrist band. 48" long.
Sizes 33 to 48.. $28.50.
Sams as above, only curly lined. 30.00.
GENUINE CHAMOIS LINED OVERCOAT:Black Melxon Overcoat, fine Marmot
"""  -  "    '     collar; twill serge lining; CHAMOIS
interlined throughout. D.B. 48" long.  Sizes 38 to 48..$35.00. •
*
John W. Peck & Co. Ltd.
SHIRTS
FINE
SHIRTS: There is still an acute shortage of print cloths for
fine shirts.  We are able to offer three lines in neat
stripe patterns, cut roomy and well made. Double cuffs and
separate collars. Sizes 14 to I7f. Price per dozen. $25,00.
CAMPTJ
S SHIRTS
A few lines in Madras cloths, neat
double cuffs, separate collars. At
woven strines,
$42.00 and*$45.00
PECK'
S LEVIATHAN:Work shirts for big men. An ov'ei
-size make in neat
BLUE
CHAMBRAY
blue and black pinhead check. This is the biggest,
strongest garment offered today. Sizes 15| to 19.
Per dozen $24.00.
{•For harvesting. A medium weight, good reliable work
FLANNELETTE N
XGHI SHIRTS  $24.00.            PYJAMAS     $30.00.
BOY' S
WORK SHIRTS. Send for samples. Prices from
$12.50 to $15.00.
HATS   &   CAPS.
FUR FELT HATS
: The re is still a very limited supply of fur felt
hats to be had.  We have, however, been able to secure quantities of all the newest styles in the
leading Canadian and American makes, priced from
$45.00 per dozen up, for immediate delivery.
PECK'
S CAPS:
ffe have in stock a large assortment
English tweed and worsted caps, for
Winter wear. Priced from $21.00 per
of Men's fancy
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dozen.
BGY • S
piece
CAPS:
well
styles;
3ur stock of Boys' Fall and Winter caps is large and
assorted, in fancy and staple, eight quarter and one
with and without fur bands. Priced from $10.50 up.
Enclosed is an order form and return eriv
convenience when ordering.
elope for your
Yours very truly,
HWL.CRH
JOHN W. PECK &
; CO. Limited. SF?        Ill
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ATTENTION   OF              Mt .       MUTrSgV,
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51  Pender  St. East,
Vancouver,     B.C.
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Dear  Sir:-
RE  LIMPQRD  V YIP  SANG:
We  are   enclosing herewith  our account tor
services  rendered  in   this action "which  shows  a  balance   of
$57.05.       We   trust  you will  find   same   satisfactory.
Yours   truly,
BOWSER RE ID   viOiLLBRIDGE  D0UGLAS&   GIBSON,
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In the event of any difference being discovered, please
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Banh of Canada, Montreal.
It is important that you heep the Banh informed of any
change in your address.
SW" All deposits should be entered in the pass-boohs at
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To our Shareholders,—
Your directors wish to report our activities during the last couple of months. As you are no doubt
aware, the switchmen's strike in the eastern States has worked a great hardship on our shippers, causing
innumerable and most annoying delays in the transportation of freight. At the present time only six or
seven cars of machinery have arrived. The writer has just returned from a trip to the various factories at
work on our machinery and supplies, and finds that everything possible is being done to hurry deliveries.
The Canadian Ingersoll-Rand Co., which have the order in hand for our heavy machinery, \vere
obliged to buy certain rolls in the United States, as they were not procurable in Canada. These orders
were placed the latter part of the year and shipped the latter part of February,, but, owing to, the aforesaid
freight congestion, they have not been received at Sherbrooke, Quebec. The machines are all complete,
awaiting the arrival of the rolls, and can be shipped within a few days after the receipt of same. Since the
writer's return two of these rolls have been located, and the third one is expected in a very short time.
At the Canadian General Electric plant, where some of our electrical equipment is being manufactured,
five hundred men have been out for a considerable time on strike. This has caused delay in this part of
the machinery.
This week two 150 h.p. boilers arrived at the plant, and are being installed. Two carloads of machinery, including washer and refiner, passed Moose Jaw on the 15th, and should be here by the first of next
week. A car from the Bawden Machine Co. of Toronto, with moulds and cores, is promised to leave on the
21st, and should be here shortly after the first of the month. These different delays have all been caused by
strikes, which, as you are aware, are entirely beyony our control and the control of the manufacturers.
Two shipments of rubber have arrived, and are now at our plant. Our fabric, zinc oxide, sulphur, and
various other chemicals, are arriving on one of the "Dollar Line" steamships, coming direct from New
York, which gives us much quicker delivery than by rail at this time. The different foremen are at the
plant at Port Coquitlam, and are installing the machinery as it arrives.
Let us assure you that every possible effort is being put forth to have this factory operating at the
very earliest date possible.
Hoping that you will appreciate the various difficulties under which the management has been laboring, we remain,
Yours very truly,
THE GREGORY TIRE & RUBBER CO., LIMITED.
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15 THE   ROYAL   BANK   OF   CANADA
HEAD   OFFICE
Montreal, May 31, 1920
Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B.  0.
Sir (or Madam) :
Pursuant to the notice to shareholders dated the 23rd day of April, 1920, and in
accordance with a resolution passed by the Board of Directors of the bank to-day, 34,000 shares
(of the par value of $100 each) of the unissued authorized capital stock of the bank have been
issued and allotted at $150 per share to the shareholders of the bank of record at the close of
business on this date pro rata in proportion to their respective holdings.
As the holder of 12 shares on May 31, 1920, you have been allotted    2	
shares of new stock.
Calls of 10% ($15 per share) upon each share allotted to you will be payable on the
following dates :
1st   Call—July 2,  1920
2nd Call—August 2, 1920
3rd Call—September 2, 1920
4th Call—October 4, 1920
Sth   Call—November 4,  1920
6th Call—December 6, 1920
7th Call—January 6, 1921
8th Call—February 7, 1921
9th Call—March 10, 1921
10th Call—April 11,  1921
Bach shareholder is given the option of paying any or all calls in advance on or after the
2nd day of July next, and the new stock will be entitled to dividends from the dates of the
respective payments. All branches of the bank will receive and transmit without charge sums
deposited in payment of shares hereby allotted.
Allotments of new stock may be accepted at the Head Office of the bank in Montreal,
either in person or by duly authorized attorney. If inconvenient for you to call and accept in
person, please sign and return the enclosed Power of Attorney, which will enable the attorney
named therein to accept your allotment on your behalf.
Rights and new stock will be transferable only on the books of the bank at its Head Office
in Montreal. New stock fully paid up by shareholders whose holdings of stock are upon the
Halifax, N. S., Toronto, Ont., Winnipeg, Man., London, Eng., or Georgetown, B. G., Register
will be transferred to the respective Registers after the dividend period next succeeding payment
in full.
Rights on the new stock cannot be transferred until the allotment is accepted, and the
new stock cannot be transferred until all the calls thereon have been paid. Shares of new stock
which have been fully paid up may be transferred prior to the date of the next dividend payment
only after the difference between the amount of dividend actually due on such shares at the next
dividend day and the full quarterly dividend has been paid to the bank. Information as to the
amount to be paid the bank in this respect may be obtained on application to the Transfer Clerk,
Montreal. The right to accept allotments of new stock will expire on the 30th day of September, 1920,
and any shares not accepted by the allottees on or before that date, together with the shares
resulting from the fractions which under the terms of the Bank Act cannot be allotted, will be
offered for subscription to the public in such manner and on such terms as the Directors may
hereafter prescribe. Any sums in excess of $150 per share which may be derived from the sale
of the unallotted fractional shares will be rateably distributed to the respective shareholders
from whose shares the fractions arose.
By order of the Board,
^AtsrAUAAA,
General Manager
N. B.—Envelopes containing remittances
forwarded to Montreal should be
addressed to The Transfer Department, The Royal Bank of Canada,
Montreal, Que. /
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FAULDS & PEARCE OIL SYNDICATE,
626 Hastings St, W.,
Vancouver, B.C.,
June 24th, 1920.
To our unitholders:'
Since issuing our "bulletin Ho. 7 of June 11th, we
have received further and more detailed information in regard to
operations in the Peabody Field:
NO. 4 Lease:
No. 1 well is reported pumping about the same capacity as stated in the former "bulletin.
No. 2 well:  This well has practically doubled its
production, and is reported now to be producing over 100 barrels
per day, and it is considered that it will be further increased
when the new string of casing has been put down, which will shut
off the water, this having been giving so much trouble.  At date
of June 15th they were practically ready to run the new casing
completed with new collars.  New five inch casing will also be
run in the No. 1 well to immediately above the second pay sand,
so that the water in both wells ought to be entirely eliminated,
this being caused meantime by faulty and cracked casing.
Mr. Pearce advises us that they are working on a
plan at the present time to merge their No. 1 and No. 3 leases
with No.4 and No.5, on a re-capitalization sufficiently large to
take care of all units, with a view of endeavoring to secure the
principal sums invested by all unitholders with a fair profit,
they still retaining their proportionate interest in the large
block of acreage consolidated in the Herrington District.  Full
and complete details of this plan will be sent to us within thirty days,which we will immediately communicate to all unitholders.
Herrington Acreage:
It is reported that a commercial well has been
drilled in between Delavan and Wilsey, which is still getting
nearer our Woodbine and Delavan Acreage.  No definite report of
production, however, has been made.
A completed statement of production, operating
expenses, and fixed charges in respect to Lease No. 4, and also
Lease No. 5, compiled to May 31st, is enclosed herewith for the
information of all unitholders.  Insofar as the production on
Lease No. 5 is concerned, the last report stated that the tanks
were full of oil, but marketing of same was held up on account
of the Prairie Oil & Gas Co. not yet having completed their pipe No.2. - F. & P. SYNDICATE.
Bulletin No. 8.
line, to that particular lease.  You will note that the production from the No. 4 Lease amounts to $31,271.20.  This production,
of course, is practically only over four months operations, with
considerable trouble with broken casing and water.  Considerably
better results should now be shown, in as much as we have two
producing wells on this lease, reported to be producing approximately 200 barrels.  Another statement of production will be
issued about the end of July, which will be immediately mailed
to all unitholders.
The above information just received is very encouraging, and with continued careful development, there should
be no question of good returns within the next few months.
Yours faithfully,
TRUSTEE & CHAIRMA!?/
of advisory Committee.
Bulletin No. 8. PEARCE & PEARCE INC.
LEASE FIVE
SEC. 16-40, Acre Lease.
May 31st, 1920,
FIXED CHARGES:
Buildings  (bunkhouse, tool houses, etc.)
Well Equipment  (casing)
General Equipment
(oil engines, coiling, tanks, etc.)
Automobiles  (pro rated)
OPERATING EXPENSES:
Supt. & Labor
Miscellaneous
Freight.& Hauling
Auto Expense
Repairs &  Replacements
Pumping fuel
Drilling Expense
Insurance
Interest
3590,71
14652.56
4124.67
219.17
2081.30
409.31
284.97
260.59
4.00
91.22
5.00
92.34
94.99
Balance due Pearce &  Pearce
25910.83 PEARCE & PEARCE, INC.
Lease #4, Sec. 15, 40 Acres.
FIXED CHARGES:
May 31st, 1920.
Buildings  (Toolhouses, bunk houses, etc.)
We11 Equi pment  (c as ing, etc.)
General Equipment  (Oil engines, etc.)
Automobiles  (pro rated with other leases)
3484.77
15061.97
9132.01
325.42
OPERATING EXPENSES
Supt. & Labor
Miscellaneous
Freight & Hauling
Auto Expense
Repairs & Replacements
Pumping Fuel
Drilling Expense
Well #1 (deepening)
Well #2
Insurance
Interest
Trustees Fees & Expenses
4481 a 31
1462.45
1262.62
445.85
376.50
266.35
377.00
29560.00
92.33
64.22
6.70
CREDIT:
66399.50
Net cash from Oil sales turned over
to Pearce &  Pearce
31271.20
Balance due to Pearce & Pearce
35128.30 * "J. A .CUNNING HAM,PRESIDENT
MORTON   GREGORY, VI CE-PRES: DENT
FRANK   PARSONS,SECRETARY
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March 29th,   1920.
To the shareholders,
"THE GREGORY  TIRE & RUBBER CO.   LTD."
Dear Sir,   or Madam,-
It being the desire of the Directors
to keep the shareholders fully informed of all
our activities, I have been instructed to give
you a review of our progress to date.
Re. Building.  The main building is
a three storey reinforced concrete construction
building 70 X 180' and the boiler-house is of the
same construction 40 X 60'.  Both buildings are
rapidly nearing completion and over
been expended to date on same.
$40,000 has
Re. Machinery.  As already pointed out
we are installing new high grade machinery and we
will have one of the most modern and up to date
rubber plants that could be found anywhere.  Most
of the machinery was ordered some time ago.  Some
of it is at the factory now and a car load left
Eastern Canada on March 13th. and shipments will
follow regularly we are promised by the factories.
Over $50,000 has been paid on account of our
machinery orders and as well as buying to good
advantage through having the cash in hand we have
been able to have the machinery company allow us
six per cent for prepayment.  This in itself goes
a long way towards taking care of our small operating expense at the present time.
Re. Raw Material.  We have already
placed our orders for raw rubber and the other
materials are being taken care of.
Mr. Gregory and the writer are devoting
their entire time to the affairs of the Company at
the present time.
BUY B. C. PRODUCTS '
J.A.CUNNINGHAM,PRESIDENT
MORTON   GREGORY, VI CE-PR ESlD L"NT
FRANK   PARSONS,SECRETARY
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BregoryTire & RuBBigR Co..Ltd.
OFFICE-STANDARD BANK BUILDING
T ElEPHONE.SEY.2667
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Factory
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Re. Staff. Mr. R.O- Kellogg, a man of
life long experience in the rubber industry has been
appointed Factory Superintendent and we have arranged for four foremen who are all exceptionally high
grade men in their particular departments.  These
men are of the best to be found anywhere and we are
confident that our product will be known as quality
goods and thus reflect to the credit of the Company
and its shareholders'.
Re. Stock Sales.  These are now about
$450,000 divided between seven to eight hundred subscribers and reflect the appreciation of the public
as to the prospects and management of the Company.
The payments on these subscriptions have been made
in the most satisfactory manner and the way the
shareholders have increased their holdings, on our
progress, has been most gratifying.
In closing, let me assure you, that each
and every director appreciates his responsibility as
a trustee of your investment and the affairs of the
Company are being conducted in an economical and
clean cut business manner and every effort is being
put forth to make this the largest and best industrial concern in Western Canada.
Thanking you for past confidence and cooperation and asking for a continuance of same, thus
building up Western Canada industrially and keeping
Western money in the West for Western people,I remain
Yours very truly
F.P./W.
A-    V
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SECRETARY.
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COPY'OP REPORT Oil A PORTION  OF  THE HUPP LEASE HEAR  FLORENCE,   KANSAS,
by CHESTER  GROW,   Geologist,
La Harpo,  Kansas,   March 18th,   1920.
ThG Pearce  Petroleum Co.,
Wichita ,
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Gentlemen:
:
I have made  a careful  examination of the  land  in  the north half
of  tho  southwest  quaxtor   of  Section"eighteen   (18),   Township twenty-
one   (21)   south,  Range  S&tg   (5)   oast,  which is   covered bg   the   oil
and gas .lease  you rcooirgj pur oj -a s c d,     I   wcjoso  herewith a   struct-'
ural map  of  this  area   shewing  contours with an  interval  of   ton foot,
tho  key bod-used being  tho  Vnnf bold  forrna-tton.
Stratigraphy:     The   formations  at   tho  surface  aro   entirely of Permian
age,   being designated technically as   tho  Florence  Flint,   gnn  Riley
limestone,   Doylo  Shale   ana b in field   formations, ■ gb-o   yortical soct-
ions  of, the   outcrepging beds  covers  a sirs.Liigigxphie range   of about
135  foot,   boneath ttjesn   f o- nr-,lores  aro  rocks   of bernsg,. mman ago.
The   great  oil pools  o4"  O'l?hrwxu  ar-i Ktrxsas ,   such as  0 ash wig,
Eldorado,   Augusta,,   Pbbbblg  oigd  Efbi.hg all  derive   fhoi;,   oil  from  the ■
Pennsylvanian,   this  format-sen  is   she   groa best   oil  bearer  in not  only
tho  Mid-Continent  field  tut   she   entire   or1 cod States
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Domes,   Anticlines  and Terraces*   ft bos boon  ocnobusivoly proven
during recent years   thorn abb  largo   oil  fig ids  "Mo  under Anticlines,
Domes  and Terraces.     The  reason  is   this,'  most Wrf b~ho moious  strbt-
aficd rocks  aro   filled rite rater,   ox's  ox   y?,   the   oil  and  gas  boing
lighter   than water   is  cons Gently seeding a  higher  low].,   therefore
tho  upper parts   of   too   tobas  or   the   sxhbor flaibwbwg of   the  strata
aro   ideal  for   tho   aeo'Wiwlaxicn  or   o one on tr a "wen   w:  olb  and gas,   the
water,   oil and gas  arrangxng  thornselyos  according to   their  specific
gravities.
Florence  Structure:     The   ~lox mcc  stiuoturo   is  a   core?notion  of    /
anticline   and   terraco,   the western pari  boing  a  per fold half  anticline .with a   terrace   on  two   oast,"the   terraci  astbxs  place  has   tho
same   effect as  a   complete   closure,   so  tbat a -large   quantify of  oil
may be   lodged beneath  it,
Your  land lios  very favorably with reference   to   the  Fjcror.ec  structure' being  in almost per fees pose, tion,   it   is  also   onljj two  Locations
from  the   disc-every well  in.  this good'     PuCwng all  tnese   together
It would lead  one   to  belxevo   iLa.\.  this  'p.y in dgxlax   60 -acres   is  sure,
to  product  cxcxhxont  oelbs..    .1   can   thei of ore -recommend it  very
highly,   and cowfidonilg  ewpoct  it  to prodaco  a   largo   quantity of
oil when properly developed-. " ............
R e sp oc tf ull y your s,
(Signed)  CHESTER  GROW. Showing Our Lease Now Being Developed By
The Pearce Petroleum Co.
Wichita, Kansas
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1 HE WJCH1TA EAGLE PRESS c FAULDS & PEARCE OIL SYNDICATE.
626 Hastings St. West,
Vancouver, B.C.,
June 11th, 1920.
To our unitholders:-
Probably all of us have been just a little
bit anxious at not receiving any definite information in
regard to development on our properties since the last
bulletin issued March 24th; but this has been due to the
Trustee not being in possession until within the last week
of accurate information.
No. 4 Lease.
On No. 1 Well on this lease the production has fallen
considerably within the past sixty days and is reported to
be now pumping between 100 and 150 barrels per day.  The
present intention is to further deepen this well with a
view to further opening up the pay sand and getting back
to our original production or as near thereto as possible
under general conditions.  I have requested a statement
of the total revenue from this well to May 31st and total
expenditures made and as soon as I have this will issue
another detailed bulletin.  In the bulletin of March 24th
I gave the price per barrel of $3.75.  This was the price
fixed by the Standard Oil Co. but I find they have never
paid us more than a flat rate of $3.50 per barrel at the
well on our"total flow from the tanks.  It is predicted
however that a raise of 50 cents per barrel and possibly
more will take place very  shortly.
No. 2 Well.    This well was drilled in 2542 feet
on May 25th and struck the pay sand at that depth with a
•production estimated at about 50 barrels.  The well was
then drilled in 35 feet deeper with the expectation of
striking second pay sand, as we did in the No. 1 Well but
same was not found and it has seemed advisable to plug the
bottom of the hole and pull the casing back to the first
pay sand and put it on the pump.  There is an excellent
showing of oil at the 2542 feet depth and nothing further
as to its future can be ascertained until it is placed on
the pump which will be forthwith.  It has been a keen disappointment to all of us as the oil men all felt certain
we should get a better well than No. 1 even.  However we
are fortunate in getting a commercial well.
No. 3 Well.    It is arranged to start a third well
on this lease just as early as new casing can be secured.
This well will no doubt be located 400 feet due south of
NO. 1 Well in order to prove the lease on that location
and an offset to the well on the adjoining property which
is reported a good producer. There are seven more locations for wells on this lease. NO.2.  F. & P. .syndicate.    Bulletin No.7.
Nof5. Lease.
No.l. Well.  Considerable difficulty has been experienced
right along in bringing this well into production on account of
faulty casing and considerable water to contend with as outlined
in our bulletin No.6, This well has been giving a production
estimated at approximately 50 barrels per day.  It is the intention to also deepen this well which oil men and authorities claim
should increase the production and make a better well. They also
experienced considerable trouble in this well with the pumping
rods.  It has however only recently been equipped with new rods.
No.2. Well. Nothing further has been done as yet in regard
to a second well on this lease until the No.l. has assumed a
steady production.
Herrington Acreage.
There is now a very keen interest being centred in this
northern district firstly in and around the Wilsey District on
account of the gas showing in three different wells, and also
because of a new oil well at Antelope, which is about six miles
north of Marion and three miles east or about eighteen miles
direct north of our Peabody location; and thus bringing the production now to within eighteen miles of Herrington.  This is a
small well having been reported all the way from 50 to 250 barrels per day.  It is interesting to note however that it is in
a direct line between our leases in Peabody and our leases in
Woodbine district to the north.
Mr, Forrester is still drilling on the forty, one mile east
of our lease at Woodbine, and is setting the 6M casing, and is
planning to go 2800 feet if necessary, but hopes to strike the
pay sand earlier. He is now down 2700 feet.
South of this there have been four or five wells drilled in
with no results; this however does not particularly effect us as
this is some miles distant from our leases, which are nearer the
well at Antelope, and also the gas wells at Wilsey,
A balance sheet and certified statement of accounts as at
March 31, 1920, is enclosed herewith for the information of all
unitholders.
Yours faithfully
Bulletin No.  7.
TMJSTB1 and
..OfiAlRMAN of ADVISORY COlflfflTTEE. JOHN J. BANFIELD, PRESIDENT
ernest f. gunther, vice-president
327 Seymour Street
SECRETARY
Vancouver, B. G
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SUNT  WITH
BANFIELD, GUNTHER & BLACK, LIMITED
(JOHN J. BANFIELD,  ESTABLISHED 1891)
INSURANCE,  LOANS  AND  REAL  ESTATE
representing the
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. Limited
New York Underwriters' Agency
British and Canadian underwriters
Agencies. Limited
TELEPHONE: SEYMOUR 1S3
CABLE ADDRESS: MATSQUI
WESTERN UNION CODE
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BANFIELD. GUNTHER & BLACK, LIMITED
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PER.. JOHN J. BANFIELD, PRESIDENT
ERNEST F. GUNTHER, VICE-PRESIDENT
327 Seymour Street
Vancouver,
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IN  ACCOUNT/WITH
BANFIELD, GUNTHER & BLACK, LIMITED
(JOHN J. BANFIELD,   ESTABLISHED 1891)
INSURANCE,  LOANS  AND  REAL  ESTATE
representing the
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, limited
New York Underwriters* Agency
British and Canadian underwriters
LOANS:
Agencies. Limited
TELEPHONE: SEYMOUR 153
CABLE ADDRESS: MATSQUI
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PER.. JOHN J. BANFIELD, President
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327 Seymour Street
Vancouver, B. G,
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IN ACCOUNT WITH
BANFIELD, GUNTHER & BLACK, LIMITED
(JOHN J. BANFIELD, ESTABLISHED 1891)
INSURANCE,  LOANS  AND  REAL  ESTATE
representing the
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Limited
New York Underwriters' agency
British and Canadian Underwriters
LOANS:
Standard Agencies, Limited
TELEPHONE: SEYMOUR 153
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July Y§t, 1919
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SCHEDULE
OVERLEAF
NACC^fS    VANCOUVER CITY WATER WORKS
To WATER RATES       for Current Half Year FROM JULY 1st to DEC. 31st, 1919
Arrears from January 1st to June 30th, 1919,   NETT	
Arrears prior to Jan. 1st, 1919,NETT	
Water   Rates hereunder are due and  payable  in advance ■-.
at Water Rates Office on July 1st, 1919. Gross Total
Current Account subject to Cash Discount of 30 per cent.
if paid on or before August 31st, 1919. Discount
THIS BILL MUST BE PRESENTED WHEN PAYING N«tt Total
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FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES yearly
Dwelling     ibuse   (without bath and toilet), one family $3.00
" with  bath(s)   only,  one family $4.50
" "       with toilet(s) only, one family. $4.50
"       with bath and toilet, one family $6.00
Stable for one Horse or Cow, including washing one vehicle.. .$2.00
Each additional Horse or Cow — 50
Washing  one   Automobile .... $2.00
Each  additional  Automobile    ..... 50
Sprinkling with Garden Hose, 50 or 66x132, for the Season $5.00
" " " "      50 or 66x 66 for the Season. .'. .$2.50
" " " "      25 or 33x132, for the Season... .$2.50
FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES (ABRIDGED)
Bakers,  not  over   five employees.... ..,..$0.00
Each   additional   employee      .50
Butcher Shops, not over five employees. $6.50
Each additional employee...... 50
Offices,   not   over  five  employees $4.50
Each additional employee 1 50
Stores, without use of hose, not over five employees $4.50
Stores, with use of hose,  not over five employees $6.50
Each additional employee 50
Workshops, not over five persons  . $5.00
Each additional person    ,  50
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When premises are about to become vacant, owners should
notify Water Rates Office, in writing; the • water will then be turned
off and the rates will be discontinued from date of such notification,^
There will be no further charge until the water is again in use. If
water rates have already been paid for period of such: vacancy credit
will be allowed on next payment of rates for such portion of time
as the water is turned off. No allowance for any period of vacancy
will be allowed unless the water is officially turned off by the
Department.
This Department must be notified in case suites, etc., become
vacant, otherwise no credit will be allowed until such notification is
received (which, of course, must be in writing) and duly recorded on
our books. Failure to notify the Dept. of re-occupation within 3
days   will   cancel   any   credit   under this clause.
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INCORPORATED I860
EAST END BRANCH:
VANCOUVER, B.C.
March 2.nd*.,l?20»;;ig
Mr. Yip mow,
51 Pender St.
City;*	
DEAR SIR
WE BEG TO ADVISE THE FOLLOWING  ITEMS AT YOUR. SUiL&k*.	
purchase 10,000.  gold coins  from  San Francisco.
111,749.61.
Yours "truly,
Pro Manager. •/
PAULDS  &  PEARCE  OIL  SYNDICATE.
626 Hastings Street, West,
Vancouver, B.C.
February 27, 1920.
In further reference to our Bulletin No, 4 of 19th
inst., a General Meeting of the members of the Syndicate was
held at 1538 Matthews Avenue on Tuesday evening, the 24th inst,,
with the following members present:-  G,:H. Kickerson, Julius
H. Griffith, Leon J, Ladner, E« W. Keenleyside, A. V. Gardiner,
N, J. Smillie, Edgar S* Lee, f. A- Sheppard. Chas. E. DawscSi,
W» J. Trapp, J, A. Morrin, Dr. R. Melville Large, A- H, Pearce,
John E* Sultan, D. Y4 McNa-ir, Mrs, Jessie FauldS-;, Mrs,, M. A» Ingle,
Miss Ada C «. Halpin, P* G» Nickerson, James Ma-pier, p. M, McQueen,
H* R, Puller tor),
Mr. J., A» M. Paulds occupied the Chair,
Mr* James Napier acted as Secretary for the meeting,
Mr. Paulds advised the meeting that the. total subscription
of £.100,000, had been, received and that the Syndicate had been
closed, and also advised what development had taken place in all
our holdings i„ e* Lease No. 4 Well No*. 1, Lease Ho, 5, Well Ho. 1
also the Herrington pield*
Moved by Mr. Ladner, seconded by Mr, Lee and RESOLVED
that an Advisory Committee of seven (7) be appointed, one  from
Seattle, one from Victoria and five from Vancouver, any three of
which to constitute a quorum. Carr-i^d.
The following gentlemen were nominated to act on the
Committee,:-
Mr* Ladner of Vancouver nominated by Mr. Griffith
Mr, Lee    n    "       ,! " Mr, Smillie
Mr. Newtpn Ker  *!       " " Mr. Dawson
Mr. McNair      "       " " Mr. Pearce
Mr, Jk H« Pox of Seattle " " Mr., Paulds
Mr. T* S*. McPherson of Victoria M Mr. paulds
Mr,' J* A, M> laulds.
Moved by Mr* Griffith, seconded by Mr, F, G» Hickerson
that nominations be closed, - Carried.
Moved by Mr* Pullerton, Seconded by Mr. Dawson and
RESOLVED that the members of Paulds & Pearce Syndicate present at
meeting held on Tuesday February 24th hereby authorize the
Directorate to draft a Pooling Agreement and granting the said
Directorate full power to act in the sale, lease, etc* etc, of
all holdings in paulds & Pearce Syndicate to the best interests
of the Syndicatet  - Carried* J
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List  of Unitholders   in the  Pai
No.  Units.
10
Oil  Syndicate a
Total  Payment-,
$10 ,,000.,00
i^ame
City
Mrs»   Jessie Paulds
Vancouver,   B.C.
Mrs,   T,  J* Bridge
Do
4
4,000.00
Mr0 W*  J. Ker
Do
■                         2
2,000.00
R« Verrall
DO
.1
500,00
Mrs.  C A» Whitelock
Do
i
500,00
Edgar S . Leec
DO
2.
2,000,00
Julius Su  Griffith
Do
1
1,000,00
Mrs* Hd  F«  Drummond
*
Do
1
1,000.00
Granville SyndeE.S.
Lee.
Do
■§■
500,00
Greeley Invest .Co-,
M
Do
-A-
500000
D. Y,  McNair
DO
1
1,000,00
A.  Mason,
DO
1
1,000,00
Mrs,  Hilda Napier
,D0
JL.
500*00
Mrs,  Sonia V/achtin
Do
'■S
500.00
James A»  Mclntyre
Do
"?
•    1,000,00
Mrs.  Nellie  Nickerson
Do
1
500.00 •
Geo, E,  McFarla-ae
Do.
10
10,000,00
A. E,  Dinsdale
Do
X
4
2gO000
C .  H. Bowes
Do
1
$
•       3
250,00
W, H» Deacon.
DO
•                            500,00
F* A« Harrison
DO
i
2
5.000.00
J, E. Sultan
W-« H. Kahlke
Do
'.500.60
5064,00
DO
~2
Eric W.  Johnson.
Sumner,  Wash.
I., 500,00
Kelson Johnson
Do
%&•
1,2 50.;, 00
Paul  Rogers
Do
II
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Wm. B»   Stephens
Do
1
1,000c00
Wm, Brenegnan
Do
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25c, 00,
Mrs,   Irene Pearce
Vancouver, B,C.
3
3,ooc4oo
Mrs*   C.   P.  Owen
New
York. City
3
3,000,00.
Mrs,  T.  H.  Miller
Vancouver,  B»  C».
2
2,000=00
J«  H.  Pox
Seal
ttle,  Wash*
2
2., 00 0,00
W,  H,  Jenkins
Do
2   .
2,000*00
J. A.   Thomas
Sumner,  Wash.
ii
500.00
Mr s«   AL ex ♦  Pa ul ds
Vancouver,  B»  C>
2
2,000.00
Geo.   jj,,-- Ni ck er s on
Do
1
500.00
Wm. J,   Twiss
Do
I
1,000.00
Chas .  Ting.
DO
-k
250,00
G»  H,  & At-B.MFrench,Ltd,
Do
1
1,000.00
W. A.  Sheppard
Do
1
1,000,00
Chas*   D,  Hunter
DO
1
1,000,00
J.  A,   Morrin
DO
1
1,000,00
Mrs.   Helen Howie
Lim Duck   Chew
B inghampt on, N, Y.
H
2,250,00
Vancouver,  Bi,C«
1
1,000.00
Yip Him & Yip Mow
DO
1
500.00
Dr,  J,  E. Brouse
Do
X
4
250,00
A.  & C.  Grocery Co,
DO
1
1,000,00
Tom,  S,  McPherson
Victoria,  B.C.
1
1,000,00
Alfred Y,   Quan
Do
1
75i
 mM
175,500.00 ...
Feb*   15th,   1920. •
Sheet  No,   2,         List  of Unitholders.
Lame                                   City
No,
75i
1
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1
1
1
1
1
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2
1
2
X
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2
1
1
1
1
3
X
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3
X
2
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Units,
Total Payment.
175,500,00
1,000,00
3 4 ooo., oo
500,00
1, 000 4.00
1.000,00
1,000*00
1 ,000,00
'250,00
500,00
1,000,00
2,000.00
250,00
1,000*00
SOOaGO
1,000.00
igoboboo
1. COO ,00'*
500,00
250,00
500,00
250,00
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250,0-0
250,00-
500,00
500.00
500,00
250,00
1.2,50.00
750.00
250,00
250.00
250.00
250   4,00
250,00.
Brot.  Fwd,
' Miss Bessie Johnson Sumner,  Wash,
F,  M.  McQueen               Vancouver,  B,C»
Ross  Hendrix                             Do■
Mrs,  Elizabeth Ifccintyre Do
Philip Bond                                Do■
Chas.  Dawson                             Do
Geo. B.  Johnston                .Do
Seto More                                   Do ■
W. J. Trapp                             Do
Mrs,  N, A,   Taylor                  Do
Geo. E.  Housser                     Do
Miss Ada Halpin                      Do
0. A. Anderson                        Do
Lee Dan                            Victoria, B.  0*
H.  C.   N.  McKim                         Do
Ladner & Cantelon      Vancouver,  B.  G'»
A. E.  Disney                 New York  C.ity,N,Y»
Dr. R,  M. Large          Vancouver, B*  C,
Wong Gow                          Vancouver,  B,   C,
A. V.  Gardiner                        Do.
Quong  Check                               Do
H. R,  Fullerton                      Do
N.. J.   S. Smillie                    Do
E,  Chevalier                           Do
E, Ajren                                     Do
J, A*. Holmes                  Sudbury,   Ont,
E» W... Keenleyside      Vancouver,  B.   C,
W,  S.. West                                 Do
Mrs. M. A.   Ingle                   Do
Mrs, -Eva Brown                        Do
T,  Saiki                                     DO
S.  Matsuminya                          Do
H.  Honda                                       Do
W.  c. Hoffman                         Do
Mrs.  Svea Hoffman                 Do
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Moved by Mr. Ladner, seconded by Mr. P. 6, Nickerson
that a hearty Vote of Thanks be accorded to Mr, & Mrs. Faulds
for their kindness in allowing their home to be used for the
meeting. - Carried unanimously,-
The meeting adjourned at 10 P»
Ladner,
A meeting
Lee, McNa i r
of the Advisory Committee consisting of Messrs<-
and Paulds was held on the 25th inst. at 4 P.M.
at Mr<> Ladner's office, and arrangements made to have the Pooling
Agreement drawn up and the signatures of the members secured as
soon as possible.
Mr. James Napier having been appointed Secretary of the
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can be obtained
from him at 626 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C and farther
Bulletins will be issued as soon as authentic information has been
received on the arrival of Mr, Faulds? at peabody <»
Syndicate,
the absence
ir. James juapier navmg oeen appointed beer
any information pertaining to development,
i of Messrs. Faulds & Pearce in the South c;
A copy of the list of Unit, Holders is enclosed herewith
for your information showing the total subscription.
Yours faithfully,
JAMF/H
J. A. M. Paulds,
Chairman of the Advisory ■
Committee, Faulds & Pearce
Oil Syndicate.,
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Z.  A.   LASH.   PRESIDENT
HEAD   OFFICE,   TORONTO,   ONT.
GEO.   D,   PERRY.   GENERAL  MANAGER
RECEIVED AT 516 HASTINGS STREET WEST, VANCOUVER, B. C.   Telephone 5SS0-5881-5882
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SEATTLE WASH  702P FEB 16  1920
WING   SANG   AND  CO 636
Si PENDER  STREET   EAST  VANCOUVER  BC
TELEGRAPH, Mi THREE  THOUSAND  AND  SEVENTY  FIVE DOLLARS  SHIPMENT  ARABIA
ALL  THREE  SHIPS   SAIL  TONIGHT WILL  BE  HOME WEDNESDAY MORNING
C   A  CALKINS
708 PM PAULDS    &    PEARCE     OIL     SYNDICATE,
626    Hastings  Street,  West,
Vancouver,B<C#    pebruary 19th/2Q*
We are now pleased to advise  our  shareholders  that  the
syndicate  is  now closed^  the  total  subscription of ^100,000 having
been received*
$99,000  of this amount represents  the purchase price  of
the properties  secured as  per prospectus already  in your hands.
The balance viz.*  $1,000. being retained by us  for miscellaneous.
expenses. . •
before Messrs.  Paulds and Pearce leave for  the South we
would like to meet as many  of our unitholders as possible to discuss
the best methods  of future operation  in  regard to  our various
holdings   especially our  three leases   in  the Northern Herrington
Pi*ld and with this   end  in view we hope, that as many  of those
interested will meet together at^l^B^Matthews Avenue,-,   the'"-home
of Mr»  Paulds  on Tuesday  the 24th  inst,,   at 7»30 P.M.   for  this
.purpose and also   to appoint  two Directors  to act with Mr.  paulds
as a Board when we  have our Trust Agreement completed at Wichita,
at  the  same   time giving  this Board  full and complete powers  to
act   for and  on-behalf  of  the Syndicate  in all matters  pertaining
to  its welfare  in the  future.*
LEASE No-.4, WELL NQ.l.t    There  is  nothing new to report  on
this property with the  exception that  this well  is still  steadily
producing  500 barrels per day,
LEASE NQ.   $ WELL NO*.I,* . Latest reports give us an  estimated
production on this well   of around 5^0 barrels,  but  it   is  expected
that   the well will be a larger  producer  than No,l Well 'on No«.4
Lease. Purther and more  detailed  information regarding both
properties  and second wells being drilled on same will be given you,
on Tuesday   evening*
The price of oil   is .$3*00 per barrel,  at  the well*
HERRINGTON    PIELD   .' There have been a  few interesting
developments  in this  field full and complete particulars  of which
will also be given you  on Tuesday evening.
Don't  forget the 24th.
Yours    faithfully,,
PAULDS     &     PEARCE,
BULLETIN    NQ,4 , 768 SEYMOUR ST., VANCOUVER, B.C. JAN. 1st, 1920
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Slips will be provided, however, at the
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name, telephone number,■etc., and amount to
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-■'   l.ll.rfl* ASSESSMENT ROJJ, No j...             CITY OF VANCOUVER, 1920
District
Lot
Block
Owner
or
Tenant
No. of
Household
Actual value of
Buildings and
Improvements
, Value of
Buildings and
Improvements
for Taxation
L,and
Value
Total
Lot "
Size
Assessed
Value
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rTf-JSp.     TAKE NOTICE that you are assessed  as above specified  for the year 1920,  under
UfcSS        the Statutes.     If you deem yourself overcharged or otherwise improperly assessed,
you or your agent may notify the City Clerk, in writing, of  such overcharge or  improper
assessment,   at  least   TEN   DAYS   previous   to   the  first  meeting  of   the   Court   of   Revision,
and your complaint shall be tried in conformity with the provisions of the Statutes, by the
Court  of   Revision,   of   the   City   of   Vancouver.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Feb. 7th, 1920.                                                          Assessment  Commissioner.
To the CITY CLERK, Vancouver:    Sir:—Take Notice  that  I  intend  to  appeal  against  the
above Assessment  for  the  following  reasons: CANADA    PO#i
THE   ADDRESS  TO   BE   WRIT1EN    ON  rJH
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IN3QRPORATED   18SS
EAST END BRA.NCH:
VANCOUVER, B.C.
..February....!.?, , ia.,20.
Yip-Mo-w, Esq*-,	
c/o ling Saag.A Go,r
.51...E.en.der....St. E»., City-	
DEAR SIR .    .   .
WE BEG TO ADVISE THE FOLLOWING  ITEMS AT YOUR.....S.S.P..3,t...»...
Coat of Telegram to Seattle re |480.
to C. A. Calkins 31 cents.
B^BB^ik PHONE SEY*-~-UR 4458
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Vancouver,  B.C., UyB^ ■   ~S> I
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5s....yzyyy..BX:yZ._.	
IN ACCOUNT WITH
FRANK LITTLE SHEET METAL WORKS
CORNICE
SKYLIGHTS
ROOFING
ALL KINDS OF SHEET METAL WORK
WARM AIR HEATING A SPECIALITY
FURNACES
GASOLINE TANKS
BLOW PIPE
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UNICIPAL HALL. Cor. 43rd Avenue  (Wilson Road)  and Fraser Street
ASSESSMENT, 1920
OFFICE  HOUR
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9 TO 5 DAI
SATURDAY
9 to ta
Phone Fraser
Please take notice that the following Lands in the above Municipality for which you are Liable for Municipal Taxes ^
are respectively Assessed as follows:
N°/    ,of      District Lot Block      nSub'      n*  S-ub-       Lot        Plan No. ,    t
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The first annual meeting of the Court of Revision will be held on the Eighth day of February, 1920, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
W. THOMPSON, Deputy Assessfr. \
APPEALS TO COURT OF REVISION
SECTION 216.
(1.) Any person who is of the opinion that an-error or omission exists in or upon -the assessment roll as prepared by the
assessor, in that his name has been wrongfully inserted in or omitted from the roll, or that his land or improvements has or have
been wrongfully entered upon or omitted from the roll, or that his land or improvements has or have been valued at too high
or too low an amount, or that his land has been improperly classified, may, personally, or by means of a written communication
over his signature, or by a solicitor, or by an agent authorized by him in writing to appear on his behalf, come before the Court of
Revision and make complaint of such error or omissibn, and shall in general terms state his ground of complaint, and the Court
shall either confirm the assessment or direct the alteration thereof.
(2) If any person who appears upon the assessment roll as the owner of land or improvements within the Municipality, or
any person who has a registered interest in any such land or improvements, is of the opinion that an error or omission exists in
or upon the assessment roll as prepared by the assessor, in that the name of any person has been wrongfully inserted in or
omitted from the roll, or that any land or improvements within the municipality has or have been wrongfully entered upon
or omitted from the roll, or that any such land or improvements has or have been valued at too high or too low an amount, or
that any such land has been improperly classified, he may, personally, or by means of a written communication over his signature, or by a solicitor, or by an agent authorized by him in writing to appear on his behalf, come before the Court of' Revision
and make complaint of such error or omission, and may state his ground of complaint, and the Court shall either confirm the
assessment or direct the alteration thereof.
(3.) The Municipal Council may, by its clerk, solicitor, or otherwise, make complaint against the said roll or any individual
entry therein, and upon any ground whatever, and the Court of Revision shall deal with the matter of such complaint, and
either confirm the assessment or direct the alteration thereof.
(4)    Every compkiint shall be made in writing and shall be delivered to the assessor at least ten days prior to the first
annual meeting of the Court of Revision. JOHN J. BANFIELD. PRESIDENT
ernest f. gunther, vice-president
327 Seymour Street
Vancouver, B.
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IN ACCOUNT WITH
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(JOHN J. BANFIELD. ESTABLISHED 1891)
INSURANCE.  LOANS  AND  REAL  ESTATE
representing the
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510 Hastings Street, West,
Vancouver. B.C.
August 8th 1918.
Chines® nationalist Loagae,
1918
Jane 17th,
^7e & JOHISON,
Solicitor, &o.
Attending on Yip Sow and
drawing letter in duplicate
from League to Hegis'trar for
Vancouver Centre re registration
of Chinese on gsni,
This .is ay bill 9 .-ft OS. :•*
(514)
612 Standard Bank 31dg.9
510 Hastings St.  W.,
Vancouver,   3.C.,
August 5th 1918.
Messrs.
flag Sang & Co.,
51 Tender Street, 1.
City,
IN ACCOUNT WITH
f. I. Johnson, ■
Solicitor. &c.
1918.
June 6th*
Attending Yip Mow and drawing
application in duplicate to Food
'Board for Retail .Grocer's License,
and attending to take Statutory
Declaration of Yip Mow re sans.
1*60
This is my bill B & OR Yip Sang,
<T or
616 Standard Bank Building,
Vancouver, B.C.
13th, August, 1919X
IN  ACCOUNT  WITH
W. H. Johnson, Solicitor &c«
To commission at 5%  on amount collected from
Tatsudo Hato in connection with purchase
from you of property at Steveston, amount
collected being #440*
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of two powers of attorney in connection with your bank account
$8« 50
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January 24,1919
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1918
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of napers In connection with your
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January 24,1919
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Mr.Yin Mow,
51 lender ST*1*,
Vancouver,
In Account With
VISUM,Mo QFME  ft JOHSSOI
Barristers,etc.
1918
July 24 TO charges in connection with laattor
of Yip Kwon Chang..................... #-2e 50
Vaneouver,B.C.
January 24.1919
This  is   o-\ir bill herein.
WISMER   MCGEER  &>JOHNS0N •
Hung Sun Co.,
Pender St.5.,
Vancouver.
In Account Vith
|$rs&  %*n Ttf--*!?  8.   Tr\tr«TqnT«
Barristers,oto,
1919
Jan*80 To charges re declaration of
partnership
-Paid Court fees
Vancouver,B.C.
January 84,1919
$5.00
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Attending you and Bong Ying Tu & inte:
view & special letter to Controller o:
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Doug Ying Hung,
'letter to you advising on receipt of
letter from Mr. Jolliff©
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Vancouver, B.C.
lot  T)pfi 1Q1Q
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W. H. Johnson, Solicitor, &c.
1919
Nov.     4
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Quong,
"ip Sang, Yip Yen,
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Mow and o,
taking instructions for agreement re
handling fish bought from Wallace
fisheries, and drawing agreement in
triplicate (special)
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ISnd Branch)   interviewing manager re
letter of credit
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ship space, when same definitely
arranged for, and attending to so
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YIP SMS,
In Account With.
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1919
Sept. 2
My bill
Drawing & attending on execution of agreement
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of 2 s©.in.e net boats*.
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418 Standard Bank Building,
510 Hastings St. West,
Vancouver, 3.C.
May 21st.1918.
Kwong Chu Club,
Vancouver, B.C.
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May 10th.
May 14th.
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rendered ....       $17.50
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Club Manager re actions
of Police in preventing
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Vancouver, B.C.,
June 28th, 1918,
Vancouver Chinese Independent School,
Vancouver, B.C.
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1910.
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^26.05
This is my account  3SoOE 418 Standard Bank Bldg.,
510 Hastings St. W.,
Vancouver, B. C,
June 28th, 1918.
Yip Sang,
51 Pender St.E.,
Vancouver, B.C.
IM ACCOUNT WITH
W. H. Johnson,
Solicitor.
1917.
July 17,
1918.
Peb. 22,
Mch. 4.
June 6.
June 17
To amount of account rendered re Canadian Bank of Commerce lease § 5.00
re personal property taxes
Letter to Tax Collector, Galiano, re
your personal property taxes for 1917     1.00
Attending Yip Him re letter' from Tax
Collector, and letter to Collector In
reply enclosing your cheque, for
§76.40 in payment of taxes 2.00
re Pood Board.
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Pood Board covering month o>f April and
drawing letter for you to  send to Board
re matter 2.50
re Canadian Bank of Commerce.
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to Bank re rent of premises at South
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RENT   OF Z.-. * :..:.r.:.Xgkk
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TO L..1.A- k, / jOB 19...kS^S?
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RENT   RECEIPT
VANCOUVER,   B.C..
.A..J. 19..
..DO(*«RS,
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. ST R E ET,   FOR .,kkx^X:?.:k—:C: MONT H<7
Wing Sang & Co.
PER R? 152
RENT   RECEIPT
VANCOUVER,   B.C...:
.19..
Received from
THE   SUM   OF.......:k .:..;. '.. /	
..DOLLARS,
RENT    OF <     :....:.  Nk^k.... I.	
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 .s^./-y^ryy<^s^SL^'. <.:.....^ A. street, for ,:.y.-y^y. month
FROM W*T~^ ...-,/. 19
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TO
m
19	
Wing Sang & Co.
PER... Form \o 71a. This is a duplicate of a charge made to your account to-day
TObe IRo^al Bank of Ganaba.
INCORPORATED 1869
Vancouver, East End, 	
Debit   to the Account of fi$Aimi -	
nmmi h$m imwir^k ift* ,IW0
191
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N? 176         fAA?
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_ VANCOUVER,    B.C.^1.  ...ggX X , >./l9 ':.?T>
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RECEIVED FROM^ZCOSr^C ^^^^^^...-..-'a :2 '
THE  SUM   0¥.^^.By^BB. )/BzBB.BB::ZB*fy. DOLLARS,
TOO
~yy~-™ y/yy-
rent oF..CZry'LZff^....^yAAZZrA^.IZr^.y ,.: : no.Zy..y.. :..
 ZAL.'T?TA^y??yyy?Z^^.7..L^^  ., street, for .^kkkg;^^.....^ month
->'* v /      444^a™> ^^-..a--.. ~,~ .,.
FROM..r*.€r.g...k..:.k)l...k;:.X....:..„k ~aZZZ..\s        5*" *
to .^B^BBrr^y<L..... k'....k:T9. "Z^-A >                  WING   SANG   &   CO.
3pk-k £a.  per L^^^yy^^^ /.	 m     153
RENT   RECEIPT
Received from.
the suj	
RENT    OF.
FROM •:..: 19.
TO	
.19.
$..
VANCOUVER,   B.C '     1 19..
..DOLLARS,
.STREET,   FOR..
no B...BB...ZZ......
 -..':. month   -g
Wing Sang & Co.
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per ^^...tyy?. v.
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RENT   RECEIPT
VANCOUVER,   B.C
RECEIVED from.
-re* M   of
'ta
..DOLLARS,
RENT   4,     	
FROM.
TO	
.19.
.19..
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....STREET,   FOR :. MONTH
Wing Sang & Co.
$.:
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Great Moisth Westeskw Telegkap:
OF  CANADA
C. H. DANIELS,
Manager
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The registration fee for  the  cable  address
Ql xrv,a --11  expire )m a^-eA g C/f^/ .
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If it is desired to continue this address
for another twelve months please remit $S,50, accompanied
by the notice below, which should be detached and returned.
Great North Western Telegraph Co,
CH. Daniels, Manager. ■   - ?
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MANAGER  TELEGRAPHS.
T. D. Form 106
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   CO.'S   TELEGRAPH.
TELEGRAPH    DEPARTMENT
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T. D. FORM 106
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   CO.'S   TELEGRAPH.
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J.  MCMILLAN, ' . ' - J- -!*»**
MANAGER   TELEGRAPHS,
Messrs.   Wins
-   51- Penc
(.oti     CJ 1  vs a £s"1"          T?n £*4"  ,
-
B©ar Sin
la accordance with- your instructions, w<s
haire renewed registration""of jour cable address   Lngsarig'
for on© year both her©'and at the offie© of the Great -
forth Western Telegraph Company.
Yours truly,
0." P« R. Telegraphs *
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Canadian Pacific Railway
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a"'-    -..-*,- Vancouver, B.C.,   December 13,   1920
M
r    Wing Sang     (51 Pender  St East)
956  -  12th Ave West
SAND, GRAVEL,
CRUSHED ROCK,
AND
BUILDING   MATERIALS
TO
The Ritchie Contracting & Supply Co. ltd.
THEkJCQNTRACTQf^^
OFFICE AND  BUNKERS :
FOOT  GRANVILLE   STREET—FALSE   CREEK.
PHONE  9084
TERMS I
28138
391
Dec  10/20
£     yds    Torpedo
4.75       9.50
k--
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9.50
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2.3332       S5--kt ,
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PHC        SEYMOUR 4458
Vancouver,  B.C.
1168 SEYMOUR ST.
&Z..y^4...
IN  ACCOUNT WITH
CORNICE
SKYLIGHTS
ROOFING
FRANK LITTLE SHEET METAL WORKS
ALL KINDS OF SHEET METAL WORK
WARM AIR HEATING A SPECIALITY
FURNACES
GASOLINE TANKS
BLOW PIPE
31 Jy^yLzytByAAyri
^yzBzB^yz-^0'
Ah-A
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A\-£° R. V. Perry
E.   Brettell
i
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PHONES: SEYMOUR 815 and 816 ^^
Hattnwuer, &.(£.,
r.f.....Yip...Mow, .(.cont'.d.l......
lEbrtni: §«pplg $c (Eottirarting (En* Utmttefc
EVERYTHING    ELECTRICAL    FOR    HOME    AND    OFFICE
REPAIRS    OF    ALL    KINDS
781   GRANVILLE STREET
BETWEEN  ROBSON Sc  GEORGIA STS.
ORDER NO. 1610.
Brought Forward,
To 13 Ft. |" Gonduit,
5  7 f" Pipe Clips,
1 Pkg. 1x8 Screws,
13" Box,
2 §" Bushings,
1 f" Locknut,
tt
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ji
4 *••
3 LB ■§■" Gondulets & Covers,
3 G^as^ Mantles,
1 Roll Rubber Tape
3? in Pipe Clips,
1 #" Blank G0ver,
3 60W. Lamps,
35-f Hours, time,
IV    '   helper* s time,
$152. 37 J,  Chubchland
\
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R. V.  Perry
PHONES!  SEYMOUR 815 and 816
>r, ti
E.  Brettell
Vanrauttrr, ti. GL, Mar-ch....12.th/.2.Q..
Mr.......K.ip..,Mo.ir..,	
\ c/o Wing Sang Co.,
-51 ...Penderi-St--E-.., C--I--T--Y-.-
lllntnt §>ttpph} $c Cknirarimg (tin. Uimtfrft
EVERYTHING    ELECTRICAL    FOR    HOME   AND    OFFICE
REPAIRS    OF    ALL    KINDS
781 Granville Street
between Robson a< Georgia Sts.
\ .
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ORDER NO.     1610.
To   2
*     2
1 -
1 -
1 -
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7 -
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12" Balls,
6W Be co Holders,
iu  LB Condulet,
3. It  m '       II
-§"   LL
■|-M Water Elbows,
Ft. i5 Water Pipe,
Et. Lamp Cord,
Permit,
■g-" H15 Condulet,
S.P. Snap Switch,
•§rw  Conduit,
£■" LR Gondulets,
IB rp        «
Benco Sockets,
- Ft. #14 Wire,
- f" Couplings,
_ in   n
s
CRd. Ford.
6.50
4.00
DR.
.20
.15,
.06
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1.2Cj|
1.40
1.75
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8,00
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PHONES: SEYMOUR 815 and 816
..Y.i.p...Mow...E.sq...., (..Cont.'.d.)....
lEteirtr Supply $c (Eflttiradtng QkL Utmtt£&
EVERYTHING    ELECTRICAL    FOR    HOME    AND    OFFICE
REPAIRS    OF    ALL    KINDS
781   GRANVILLE STREET
BETWEEN  ROBSON & GEORGIA  STS.
Order no.
DR.
CR.
Brought Forward,
To 1 Acorn,
%i       8 Hours, electrician time,
"   8   "    helper      "
1.50
.90
7. to
12.00
7,20
ABaBa/
$50.62 J.  Churc'hland
R. V.  Perry
PHONES:  SEYMOUR 815 and B16
n^' t
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E.   Brettell
Yip. Mow...E.s.q........
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EVERYTHING    ELECTRICAL    FOR    HOME    AND    OFFICE
REPAIRS    OF    ALL    KINDS
781 Granville street
BETWEEN ROBSON Se GEORGIA STS.
ORDER NO.    1907 }.
DR.
CR.
To  21 Ft.  i"  Conduit,
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77 Ft. #14 Wire,
15 Ft, #10   "
1 Ground Clamp,
1 1" H. Condulet,
1 5 Amp. Switch,
2 -|" Bushings,
8 Ft, Green Cord,
2 B.B. Key Sockets,
4 •§" Pipe Straps,
3 •§" Locknuts,
1 i" LL Condulet,
1 6" Benco Holder,
1     ?  Socket,
1  Close Hippie •§"
Brought Forward,
.19
.OS
.04
.08
.10
.06
.83
.02
.05
3.99
1.00
1,20
1J20
3J08
1,20
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1„14
,75
,20
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1.70
,08
,15
1.20
4.15
2,00
.10
$23
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/
Received from ....yBzBp. B^i^AuB^..
Vancouver, B. C, ZAl....Zti..C..h., 1924	
A.
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9#£„ M^BBB-^.W.
M...
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Dollars
Marpole Coal Co., Ltd.
perZyihZMB,..
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/  DUPLICATE—TO  BE  HELD   BY  THE   SUBSCRIBER
-™     I9fi7      a     THE GREGORY TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY
J> . ±6D t A LIMITED tj
V»f -       I 4
±>. tX.,i/-«..:-^---|-^ -/- —-i-'X-
Vancouver, B. C.,\fi  AZ       -•■    -----     -1919.
To The Gregory Tire & Rubber Company, Ltd., Vancouver, B. C. I
I hereby subscribe for J.^J  shares of Common Stock of the par value of $10.00 each,
and agree to pay therefor the sum of $ y..tA
. f.yfy^ji^M^AU*.
aS^f                                                                                                                   '                               I 7                                                             /   J
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I request you to allot me the foregoing shares, and agree to accept the same or any smaller number that may be allotted to me, and to pay the
balance of the purchase price as above mentioned. I authorize you to register me as holder of said shares. I hereby acknowledge that the foregoing
subscription  for  shares   is  based  on   no  other  representations   than   those   contained in the Company's official Prospectus,  a copy of which  I have perused.
Notice to Subscriber: All cheques and other forms of settlement must be made payable to the Company. Any other form of settlement will be at subscriber's risk.    Certificates for the allotted shares will not be issued until the Compata has received cash payment in full.
...,.- -* ,.y i *4a%% *<* B-K^Sfxyy^^^^^zB^	
,4    P (Signature of Subscriber) .-°|Address)     '" j (Occupation)
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\/       " Authorized  Representative: y\y..ji...,...jLMx^v^%,' . y °"? ".«.	
J N9        202
RENT   RECEIPT
VANCOUVER,   B.C*X X...,:...X.g.^fe^Xg.... ;.....19..
Received from.
THE   SUM   OF kX.glk	
RE1^(
-<gAL-
FROM 19.
TO : 19..
$..
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No..
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.STREET,    FOR..
MONTH
Wing Sang & Co.
PER. NT?       . 201
RENT
RECEIPT
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VANCOUVER,   B.C  	
k . /   i        yf
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.
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RENT   OF jkg.'f.-'.'-Wk	
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PER 	 p. o. BOX 15. Vancouver, b. C.
Telephone. Sey. 313
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHirk*SE  MERCHANDISE AND JAPANE>-kDRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
Vancouver, B. C.    2I,st ...March192 I
Miss Susan Yip Sang,
Whittier Hall,
Colurah ia Uni versi tj,
ilevr York,   M.Y.
]}®m Si§ter:
Enclosed here's/it!! ten dollars,  please do your best
to buy the follewing name's of--books for me
The Young and .Field
Literary Readers
Book One
A Primer and kirst Header
By Ella klagg Young
And
Walter Taylor Field
Ginn and Company
Boston or kew York U.S.A.
Please "buy two copies of tke akoire nained "books,.
and one yeari.iASIC.A.rn (Magazine)   Journal of the. .American Asjgfetie
Association. ' .. ■-••».-
You can get ASIA    at
.Asia 'Publi ailing 0e#,
8gf Lexington Ave,
lew York City.
Tell them send direct to my house.
Yip How
956 - 12th Ave, ?/.,
Vancouver, B.C.
The balance of my money you can keep it as for my Piaster Present, Form No. 12
REMOVAL PERMIT
This policy is hereby transferred to cover same property removed to and contained in the aMQ	
storey ...fram©  building occupied as  §.%QT3.3...A.....B,p.§tl.%M^n%M    situate
 514_..Mai.G Sir eg&jt C MysM. :lM&Swe$A..M*&ik	
All liability in former location to cease from this date.
j^ched to and forms part of policy n-mber  SSQ133.  of THE STUYVESANT INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK and issued to  IMS Sang Ta..i...Co. g.	
Amount..3.Q.Q.0..8..0.Q. Expiration !ay.....8/3Q>ld Rate 2L4S  New Rate Z.,2B...    Additional
Dated Im^Mh.^ 19 SO® •  ^    _     ^     a_ ,  £
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Sheet 1?  Block..
88
No..
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SEELEY  &   CO.,   General   Agents  Pa<,ifie   Coast   and  Western  Canada
San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vamjouver, IJ. C,
Agents. PHONE
SEYMOUR   3929
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3 5c  FISHING JmOLIES
Cotton   Ducks,   Ropes,   Twines,   Sails,   Tents   and  Awnings
Agent for Arthur James' Fish Hooks and Jos. Gundry & Co's Salmon Nets'and Twines
el. Sey. 6031 68 Water St.
■old to
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ftPhone Sey,  9513
Vancouver, B. C
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192
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; the ra,
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:e,of. 8% thirty days
48 Hasting*) St. E.
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rectified within
three days
> CLASS OF SERVICE
SYMBOL
Telegram
Day Letter
Eire
Night Message
Nite
N ight Letter
NL
If none of these three symbols
appears after the cheek (number
of words)   this Is a telegram.
Otherwise its character  is  Indicated by the symbol appearing
a1;!er the check.
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TELEOHAM
HEAD  OFFICER TORONTO,   ONT.
CLASS OF SERVICE
SYMBOL
Telegram
Day Letter
Blue
N-ight Message
Nite
Wight Letter
NL
If none of these three symbols
appears after the check (number
of words)   this  Is a telegram.
Otherwise its character is Indicated by the symbol appearing
after the check.
GEO.  D,   PERRY. GENERAL MANAGER
RECEIVED AT 516WINGS STREET WEST, VANCOUVER, B. C.   Telephone, Seymour 5880-5881-5882
A106P0   17 5   EXTRApY heiYONK  NY   1010A   19
WlNG.SANchr^
51 > PENDER   ST EAST ,  VANCGUVER SC
mm my family leaves Vancouver to Montreal please answer
. IMMEDIATELY   BY   WIRE        /
LEUNQ  DO   CHUNG 38  MOTT  ST NOYORKGITY. i
192! MAY 19' AM   8
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RECEIVED
THE   SUM   OF Lk~»™^
RENT   OF.rUi. -:''....] '-...
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RENT
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VANCOUVER,   B.C.   ,..;.' i 19       rj
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from ...Zy...yyf..
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RECEIVED from,
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from Lyy..Ayj. :..../. /.	
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TUNG    SING    CO.
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS
ilk
VANCOUVER, B. C.
APR 2 8 1321
. ^.C ^wv*-j2. ^vaxo .Q>.,...•) fiv^y-.
DATE
&A
ITEMS
To Statement Rendered.
To Mdse
Terms: Nett,   No   Discount
DEBIT    |i       CREDIT      ||    TOTAL
m
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INVOICE  NO.
SOLD   TO
At. LI
TUNG   SING   CO.        !
WHOLESALE   MERCHANTS
26    PENDER    STREET    WEST Z~\ ^
(h VANCOUVER, B. O ...LXJlf\,..'....k..Y
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THIS   MEMORANDUIVI   «s an acknowledgment that a Bill of Lading has been issued and is not Shippers No-
the Original Bill of Lading, nor a copy or duplicate, covering the
property named herein, an$ is intended solely for filing or record. Agent'* No.	
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consigned and destined as indicate<i_ below, to be carried upon and subject to the conditions on the face and back hereof, to the usual place
of d©liverx_aL^ai4,;4rg^0a'tioil.
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SEE CONDITIONS ON BACK HEREOF CONDITIONS
(A) With respect to Pacific Coast water carriage:
IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED (1) that the Water Carrier has liberty to make deviation, to sail with or without pilot, to tow and assist vessels in distress or lo be towed, to MJjj at any
ports in any order for any purpose, to convey goods in lighters to and from the Ship, at the risk of the owner of the goods, and in case su'ch Ship shall put back or into a Port of Refuge or be
prevented from any cause from commencing or from proceeding in the ordinary course of her voyage to ship or tranship the goods to their destination, by any other ship.
2. That the Carrier shall not be liable for toss or damage occasioned by causes beyond its control; by the perils of the sea 6r other waters; by fire from any cause or wheresoever occurring by -barratry of the master or crew, by enemies, pirates o: robbers; by arrest or restraint of princes, rulers or peoples i by compliance with the orders or instructions of any civil, military
or naval officials or authority, whether legal or illegal, and whether incidental or not to any state of war at any time existing; by riots, mobs, strikes or stoppage of laboi\ iflsuffiefency of
labor or any labor disturbances; by explosion, bursting of boilers, breakage of machinery or insulation or of shafts or any latent defect in hull, machinery or appurtenances, or by collisions,
jettison, stranding or other incidents of navigation of whatsoever kind (even when occasioned by the negligence, default or error in judgment of the pilot, master, mariners, or other servants
of the shipowners, not resulting, however, in any case from want of due diligence by the owners of the Ship or any of them, or by the sKip's Husband or Manager) ; nor for loss or damage
occasioned by frost, heating, climate, temperature of holds, decay, putrefaction, rust, sweat, vermin, change of character, drainage, leakage or breakage, hook marks, or injury from hooks;
injury to or soiling of wrappers or packages; contact with or smell or evaporation from any other goods; coaling at any time; nor for any loss or damage arising from the nature of the
goods or the insufficiency of packages; nor for illegibility, obliteration, errors, insufficiency or (psence of marks or numbers, addresses or description, nor for risk o£ craft bulk nor transhipment; nor for any loss or damage caused by the prolongation of the voyage.  The shipowner's responsibility shall commence and cease at ship's slings over the ship's side.
3. That the Carrier shall not be liable for Gold, Silver, Bullion Specie, Documents, Jewelry, Pictures, Embroideries, Perfumeries, Works of Art, Silks, Furs, China, Glass, Porcelain.
Watches or Clocks in any respect; nor for goods of any description whatever above the value of $5.00 per cubic foot; and in no case is the carrier to be liable for goods the value of which is
beyond $100 per package unless bills of lading are signed therefor with the value therein expressed and a  special agreement is made.
4. That shippers shall be liable for any loss or damage to ship or cargo caused by inflammable explosive or dangerous goods shipped without full disclosure of their nature whether such
shipper be Principal or Agent, and such goods may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time, without compensation.
5. That the Carrier shall have a lien on and right of sale over the goods for all freights, primages and charges, and also for fines or damages which the Ship or Cargo may incur
or suffer by reason of the illegible, incorrect or insufficient marking, numbering or addressing of packages or description of their contents or any other particulars required by the authorities
at the port of delivery, and also for the expense of exercising any such lien. And that if on sale of the goods at destination for freights, liens and charges, the proceeds fail to cover said
freights, liens and charges, the Carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from the Shipper.
6. That the Master of the Ship, and owners or agents of the line or railway company, shall have a lien on the goods, not only for the freight and charges herein and for all payments
made and liabilities incurred in respect of any charges stipulated herein, to be borne by the owners of the goods, but also for a*ir previously unsatisfied freight and charges due to them by the
consignees, and whether payable in advance at the port of shipment or not-That the Shipper and / or owner of the goods are liable together or separately for freight and charges as per margin,
and for all other expenses incurred in the event of goods unclaimed or refused by consignees a"nd sold by Company's Agents or by Customs not realizing sufficient to pay same in full.
7. That in case the Ship shall be prevented from reaching her destination by Quarantine, the Carrier may discharge the goods into any depot or lazaretto, and such discharge shall
be deemed a final delivery under this contract, and all the expenses thereby incurred on the goods shall be a lien thereon and shall be paid by the owner of the goods on demand.
8. That the Ship may commence discharging immediately on arrival, and discharge continuously, regardless of weather. The Collector of the Port (if there be one at the port of discharge) being hereby authorized to grant a general order .for discharge immediately on arrival and upon discharge the responsibility of the Carrier shall cease and the goods shall be at the risk
of the Consignee, and if not taken by him within such time as is provided by the regulations, if any, at the Port of Discharge, they may be stored by the Carrier at the expense and risk of
their owners. 'Porterage of the delivery of the Cargo at their option to be done by the Agents of the Ship at their tariff rates at the expense and' risk of the receivers of the goods. Tonnage
and shed dues shall be payable by the receivers of the goods. When the goods are carried to a port or place where there is no wharfinger, warehouseman or other responsible person to ?""**«*,,,
same on behalf of the consignee, the consignee shall be on hand to receive the goods, package by package as discharged, and if the consignee is not on hand to receive the said goods parage
by package as discharged, the master may deliver the goods by depositing the same on any float, landing stage, wharf, or on the sea shore, or on the bank of the .river, or other usual place
for delivering goods at the place of destination.
9. That full freight is payable on damaged or unsound goods; but no freight is due on an increase in bulk or weight, caused by the absorption of water during the voyage.
10. In the event of claims for short delivery when the ship reaches her destination, the price shall be the market prices at the place and time of shipment, unless a lower value has been
declared, and unless written notice of any claim for loss or damage to any goods shall be given before taking delivery thereof.
11. The shipowner is not to be liable for any damage to any goods, however caused, which are capable *of being covered by insurance, nor for any claim notice of which is not given
before the removal of the goods; nor for claims for damage or detention to goods; whether under through Bills of Lading, or otherwise, where the damage is done or detention occurs whilst
the goods are not in the possession of the Shipowner; noivin any case  for more  than  the  market  price aforementioned  or declared value of the goods whichever shall be the least.
12. Freight payable by weight is to be paid on the gross weight landed from the ship, unless otherwise agreed, as in the case of grain and seed. Parcels for different consignees collected or made up in single packages addressed to one Consignee to pay full freight on each parcel.
13. That goods destined to ports, places or docks other than the Ship's port, place or dock of discharge are to be forwarded from thence at the expense and risk of their owners and
subject to all conditions exacted by the Carriers who complete the transit. "   g      •
14. That in the event of the vessel being prevented by ice. shallow water or other obstructions to navigation from reaching destined port, the Master reserves the liberty of either
landing Cargo at nearest open port he can reach with safety or bringing it back to port pf shipment or transhipment, in either ease at owner's risk and expense, but charging outward freight
only; or should the last vessel of the season have sailed for the above destined port the goods may be sent to the port nearest to their destination with which there is direct communication, or
they may be warehoused at the intermediate port at the expense and risk of the owners of the goods.
15. In case the whole or any part of the goods specified herein be prevented by ahy cause from going in the ship, if any named herein, or be overcarried or landed at an intermediate
port, the Carrier is only required to forward them by a preceding, or succeeding steamer of its line, or by the first available steamer of any other line; and incurs no further liability. The
statement in this Bill of Lading as to the shipment of the goods shall not be conclusive against the Carrier if such goods or part thereof, are not so shipped, and notwithstanding that notice
to that effect be not given.
16. Also that this Bill of Lading, duly endorsed, be given up in exchange for delivery order.
17. Also that freight prepaid will not be returned, good's lost or not lost.
18. Also that in accepting this Bill of Lading, the shipper acting for himself and on behalf of the owner and / or consignee of the goods and the holder of the Bill of Lading agree
to be bound by'all its terms, stipulations, exceptions and conditions, whether written or printed, as being the contract on which the rate of freight is based, and that it is binding on such
shipper and/ or owner, and /or consignee, as fully as if the said terms, stipulations, exceptions and conditions were all signed by them, notwithstanding any custom or usage of any port at
which,the vessel may load or discharge which may in any respect vary or conflict with any of the said terms, stipulations, exceptions or conditions. Connecting Carriers, their servants and
employees shall not be held to be the agents, servants or employees of the Ship or her owners; and no liability shall attach to the ship on this Bill of Lading, for any goods not carried by her^
which may be covered hereby; and the Ship's contract is completed on discharging as herein provided the identical goods delivered to her at her port of loading, irrespective of the description'
of same in this Through Bill of Lading.
19. Also that in the event of the owner, agent, charterer or master, or anyone on behalf of the Carrier paying any claim for loss of or damage to any of the said goods, they shall be
subrogated to that extent in the rights of the owner, shipper, consignee, and, or insured with respect to any insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of the said goods, and
entitled in every way to the full benefit of any such insurance with respect to the amount so paid.
20. Also that the Master of the Ship and owners or agents shall have a lien oh and right of sale over the goods, not only for the freight and charges herein, and for all payments made
and liabilities incurred in respect of any charges stipulated herein, to be borne by the owners of the goods, but also for all previously unsatisfied freight and charges due to them by the
consignees, and whether payable in advance at the port of shipment or not. That the shipper and / or owner of the goods are liable together and separately for such freight and (Charges and
for all other expenses incurred in the event of goods unclaimed or refused by consignees and sold by company's agents or by Customs not realizing sufficient to pay same in full.
21. Carrier is not required to notify  Consignee of arrival of goods.
22. Ceneral average payable by cargo according to York-Antwerp rules !890, without any allowance for credit or discount, one pound sterling being considered equal to $4.80 American
gold.
23. The foregoing conditions respecting Pacific Coast water carriage shall also apply to goods-to be subsequently forwarded by rail, until the goods are actually on board cars; and
on rail shipments to be subsequently forwarded by Pacific Coast water carriage from time goods are unloaded from cars.
24. This Bill of Lading is issued subject to al] the terms and provisions of, and all the exemptions from liability contained in "THE WATER CARRIAGE OF GOODS ACT."
enacted by Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chap. 61 of Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII., Section 4 of which is as follows:
"4.   Where any Bill of Lading or similar document of title to goods contains any clause, covenant or agreement whereby:
(a) The owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising from negligence, fault or failure in the proper loading, stowage, custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them to be carried in, or by the ship; or
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of agy ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip and supply the ship, and make and keep the ship seaworthy, and make and
keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship in which goods are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation are in any
——•wise lessened, -weakened or avoided- or-' *—■——  • — --_.-...-- .} ... ,	
(c) the obligations of the Master, officers, agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods, and to care for, preserve and properly deliver them, are in any wise
lessened, weakened or avoided; such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegal, null and void, and of no effect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with
the other provisions of this Act."
(B) With respect to Railway Carriage: -,k . . -
The following conditions are the only conditions applicable to the shipment while being transported by rail, and do not apply to Pacific Coast water carriage.
Sec. I.   The Carrier of any of the goods herein described shall be liable for any loss thereof or'damage thereto except as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 2. In the case of shipments from one point in Canada to another point in Canada, or where goods are shipped under a joint tariff, the Carrier issuing this Bill of Lading, in addition to
its other liabilities hereunder, shall be liable for any loss, damage, or injury to such goods from which the other Carrier is not by the terms of this Bill of Lading relieved, caused by, or resulting from the act, neglect or default of any other Carrier to which such goods may be delivered in Canada, or under such joint tariff, or over whose line or lines such goods may pass .in
Canada, or under such joint tariff the onus of proving that such loss was not so caused or did not so result, being upon the Carrier issuing this Bill of Lading. The Carrier issuing this Bill
of Lading shall be entitled to recover from the other Carrier on whose line or lines the loss, damage, or injury to the said goods shall have been sustained, the amount of such loss, damage or
injury, as it may be required to pay hereunder, as may be evidenced by any receipt, judgment, or transcript thereof. Nothing in this section shall deprive the holder of this Bill of Lading or
party entitled to the goods of any remedy or right of action which he may have against the Carrier issuing this Bill of Lading, or any other Carrier.
Sec. 3. The Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage, or "delay to any of the goods herein described, caused by the act of God. the King's or public enemies, riots, strikes, defect, or
inherent vice in the goods, or the act or default of the shipper orowner.for differences in weightsof grain, seedorother commodities caused by natural shrinkage or discrepancies in elevator
weights when the elevators are not operated by tbe Carrier, unless the .weights are evidenced by Government certificate; the authority of law or by quarantine. For loss, damage or delay,
except where cartage is to be performed by the Carrier or its agents, caused by fire occurring after forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or in the case of bonded goods seventy-two
hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written notice of the arrival of said goods at destination or at port of export (if intended for export and not covered by a through Bill of Lading)
has been sent or given, the Carrier's liability shall be that of warehouseman .only. Except in case of negligence of the Carrier (and the burden of proving freedom from such negligence shall be
on the Carrier), the Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay occurring while the goods are stopped and held in transit upon the request of the party entitled to make such request.
When in accordance with general custom, on account of the nature of the goods, or at the request of the shipper, the goods are transported in open cars, the Carrier (except in case of loss or
damage by fire, in which case the liability shall be the same as though the goods had been carried in closed cars), shall be liable only for negligence and the burden of proving freedom from
such negligence shall be on the Carrier.
. Sec. 4. No Carrier is bound to transport said goods by any particular train or vessel or in time for any particular market or otherwise than as required by law, unless by specific agreement endorsed hereon. Every Carrier in case of physical necessity shall have the right to forward said goods by any railway or route between the point of shipment and the point of destination, but if such diversion be from a rail to a water route the liability of the Carrier shall be the same as though the entire carriage were by rail.
The amount of any loss or damage for which any Carrier is liable shall be computed on the basis of the value of the goods at the place and time of shipment under this Bill of Lading
(including the freight and other charges, if paid, and the duty if paid or payable, and not refunded), unless a lower value has been represented in writing by the shipper or has been agreed
upon or is determined by the classification or tariff upon which the rate is based, in any of which events such lower value shall be the amount to govern such computation; whether or not
such loss or damage occurs from negligence.
When under the terms of the classification or special reduced tariffs, the goods are carried at owner's risk, such conditions are intended to cover only such risks as are necessarily incidental to transportation, and shall not relieve the Carrier from liability for any loss, damage or delay which may result from any negligence or omission of the Carrier, its agents or employees, and the burden of proving freedom from such negligence or omission shall be -on the Carrier.
Notice of loss, damage or delay must be made in writing to the Carrier at the point of delivery, or to the Carrier at the point of origin, within four months after delivery of the goods, or
in case of failure to make delivery, then within four months after a reasonable time for delivery has elapsed. Unless notice is so given the Carrier shall not be liable.
Any Carrier or party liable on account of loss of or damage to any of said goods on reimbursing to the insured the premiums paid in respect thereof, shall have the full benefit of any
insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of said goods so far as this shall not avoid the policies or contracts of insurance-
Sec. 5. Grain in bulk consigned to a point.where the Carrier has an elevator or warehouse, or where there is a public or licensed elevator or warehouse, may be there delivered arid
placed with other grain of the same kind and grade without respect to ownership; provfded that this shall not apply to a point of final delivery if it is otherwise expressly noted hereon.
unless'the grain is not promptly unloaded after written notice of arrival has been sent or given to the person named herein. Grain so delivered shall be subject to a lien for elevator charges
in addition to all other charges hereunder. '   , . ' ,  '.
Sec. 6. Goods not removed by the party entitled to receive them within forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or, in the case of bonded goods, within seventy-two hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written notice has been sent or given, may be kept in car. station or place of delivery, or warehouse ji the-'Carrier, subject to a reasonable charge for storage
and to the Carrier's responsibility as warehouseman only, or may, at the option of the Carrier (after written notice of the Carrier's intention to do so has been sent or given), be removed to
and stored in a public or licensed warehouse at the cost of the owner, and there held at the risk of the owner and without liability on the part of the Carrier, and subject to alien far Wl freight
and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge for storage.
Goods in carloads shipped from a private siding or a station, wharf or landing where there is no duly authorized agent, shall be al the -risk of the owner until the car is lifted or Bill of
Lading is issued by the Carrier, and thereafter shall be at the risk of the Carrier. Goods in carloads destined to a private siding or station, wharf or landing where there is no duly authorized
agent, shall be at tbe risk of the Carrier until placed on the delivery siding. '■ ' "
All goods shall be subject'to necessary cooperage and baling, at owner's cost. - , ^ .:——■—
Sec. 7. No Carrier shall be bound to carry any documents, specie or any articles of extraordinary value not specifically rated in lhe_publislied classification" or tariffs unless a special
agreement to do so (the duty of obtaining such special agreement to be on the Carrier when the nature, of .=urh_gr.oc!4.-is--drsclosed herein), and a stipulated value of the articles are endorsed
hereon.    If such goods are carried without a special agreement and the nai'irs-iA- tb^-g^ix!., ;a not disclosed hereon, the carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage thereto.
Sec. 8.    The owner or consignc. shall .p.-iy tl-~ freight and all-other lawful charges accruing on said goods, and if required shall pay the Same before delivery.   If, upon inspection, it is
_ascixtajned.-tliirt--t htrgoods shipped are not those described in this Bill of Lading, the freight chargesmust.be paid upon the goods actually  shipped,  with any' additional  penalties lawfully
payable thereon. k' ■   ',.        '
Sec. 9, Except incaseof diversionfrom rail to waterroute, which is provided for in Section 4 hereof, and except as provided hereafter, if a|l or any part of said goods is carried by water over any
part of said route, such water carriage shall be performed subject to the liabilities, limitations and exemptions provided by statute and to the conditions contained in this Bill of Lading, not
inconsistent with such statute or this section and subject, also to the conditions that no carrier or party in possession shall be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the perils of the
lake, sea or other waters; or from explosion, bursting of boilers, or breakage of shafts, not arising from the negligence of the'Carrier, or from any latent defect in hull, machinery or appurtenances; or from collision, stranding, or other accidents of navigation, or from prolongation of the voyage. And any vessel carrying any or all of the goods herein described shall be at liberty
to call at intermediate ports, to tow and be towed, and assist vessels in distress, and to deviate for the purpose of saving life or goods.
The term "water carriage" in this section shall not be construed as including lighterage or car ferriage across rivers or in lake or other harbors, and the liability for such lighterage
or car ferriage shall be governed by the other sections hereof. If the goods are being carried under a tariff which provides that any Carrier or Carriers party thereto shall be liable for loss
from perils of the sea, then as to such Carrier or Carriers the provisions of this section shall be modified in accordance with_the provisions of the tariff, which shall be treated as incorporated into
the conditions of this Bill of Lading.   .
Sec. 10. Every party, whether principal or agent, shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full written disclosure to the Carrier or its agent of their nature, shall be
liable for al! loss or damage caused thereby, and such goods may be warehoused at owner's risk and expenses, or destroyed without compensation.
Sec. 11. Any alteration, addition or, erasure in this Bill of Lading shall be signed or initialed in the margin by an agent of the Carrier issuing the same, and if not so signed or initialed
shall be without effect, and this Bill of Lading shall be-enforceable according to its original tenor.
And FINALLY in accepting this Bill of Lading, the Shipper, Owner and Consignee of the goods, and the holder of the Bill of Lading, agrees to be bound by all its stipulations, exceptions
and conditions whether written or printed, as fully as if they were all Signed by such Shipper, Owner, Consignee or Holder. " -■'
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It is mutually understood and agreed between the purchaser and the seller that there are no terms,
implied -warranty or verbal agreement of any kind other than specified herein and in the Begg Motor
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FORM  T. D. 2B
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J.  McMILLAM,  Manager Telegraphs,  Montreal.
Check
Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to:
kETTERGRxk'
Vancouver, 8/3O.   52 paid.
To Shareholders
Gregory Tire and Rubber Co. Ltd-
We V;ant to warn you to bold on to your shares*  Progress
made by Company kas "aeen  extraordinarily good.   Steady increase
in value of shares certain. - We  want to see you make good profit
on your investment.  kick up some more shares if you can.
Progress letter being mailed within two weeks.
R.J.McGIVERk & COlvukikY LTD. : V       Her
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W. J. CAMP, Assistant V      teer, Montreal, Que,
D. H. BOWEN, Supt., St^^fy, Ont.~
C. L. LEIGHTY, Supt., Toronto, Ont.
. W. D. NEIL, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. MARSHAL!., Assista^a-aManaajer, Winnipeg, M«n.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., YJ>uver, B.C.
D. L. HOWARD, Supt^Kgary, Aita. «
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E, M. PAYNE, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162.
DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that^ said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepealed telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of jone-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages',; suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to. the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.      |
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in additjion to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent. fGr any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices: if a message is sent to such office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts fort that purpose as the sender's agent;_if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent of the
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in Eny case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than ifs standarcl telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) Words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate for such fifty words
■hall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
•re, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French.    Code language is not permitted.
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addresses, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver. ^ »
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER cm the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named abov&,  "
;
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August 27-21*
Yip Mow,   Esq.,
51 Pender  St.&.
Vancou"ver,  B.C.
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