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 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C J-  BLACK,        *
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B    ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF   AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
* MONTREAL, CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
C.  J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF   AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL,
I— ■l
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   R'Y.  CO.'S  TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO ALL  PARTS  OF  THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
221RABR  RS
MONTREAL QUE  SEPT  21   1922
W TENNANT
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR
VANCOUVER  BC
YOURS   FOURTEENTH  HAVE   INSTRUCTED   PROSAIC  TO  TRAVAIL  PENDULOUS  YOUR
CLIO   INCLUDING   KNIT TARNISHED   IF NECESSARY .SO  YOU   CAN  HABERDASHERY
BESTIAL   PRIGGISH .''TAKE  AS  MUCH   AMAZEMENT  UNDRESS   AS  ROT  TO  UNCERTAINLY
RECUPERATE.
C  J  BLACK
1752K % %
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Buffer Ifr ^    'rv:in:~
1  rind it  rather difficult to write in and fully explain
condition;   "but no  doubt  >rr«   Baddy htm   in the meantime exr>l;lined natter:
■ I :   tit!' aved,   antit am satisfied
tr:at by cur;Lin£ bacic e;radually I will  soon be able to  tachla my usual
work.  My   ^thip]-^ tank Aom  not W»f% any too  well,    aid 1  an taking on 0t6e£
checks etc.   to work up >its for regular duty,  i find  that being
idle does   not  fit *r?e   ■$&• cure ie worse than the disease**   tt I  find that
;he naehinery does  not  rar?, sroothly :; will  take a mmlk or two on the road.
it  cle-'Vi*  ap hm&t ke  the  trip  to ?  Impart  p  Jia;iaaut   which
*e both overdue for check#  Ttorover,   I  r.ant  to  ret at my owa delayed work
aa  eoon ae  po&sibDo and   alao i 33: any ole  files   that are waiting*
I  certainly appreciate  the consideration fcho'sm by thia
department,   ?ncl ^y only vihln ia   to pet  bnoh  to  normal ae  sco*» ae £o*eible.
" iB-.ir: yeta  all  tj&* eoraplij   ,nt& of tbta aaas   £*■
rj  truly- Canadian Pacific Railway
LAND  DEPARTMENT
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PANY         ^
LNCOUVER, b. c,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Denartment <
du DECEMBER 31ST    1921. vour Contract No 	
hots . m. Blocks	
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stands as under :                                                                                                                               Total Sale Price $	
.
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
1               TOTAL
^
p
	
%
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
	
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.    All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Townsite Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Certified Correct:
Date.......	 Form  io
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY COMPANY
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Auditor
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Vaicouvsr Wharf
traffic
O/s a/e Pacific ;ip Line
"transhipped tt Victoria,
fo
urs of
:7as I-.
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<a y, «•
rr*   Wiflgbt udvisea   that  I .e   reaeral  question of bad
Use 9 at vie toria,   ha&  bee* referred "by Pacific
*fic Department  to  their "anar^onent at San ft .co,
scted that shortages   in   chit  conriactxan will ba  reduced
and   it   ie
to -a minimum.
'r.  Wrigkt did not  surest   fee   that  companjf that   they
should stand the transportation af euch petty sborte  - Seattle  t©
neouver-,  "but he will  do at  if an  improvement  ia   not made  in
icUxt:   future  shipments,     ^harf A.~ent lias n askad to   refer any
73rB bills   to  .aim,   and,   if charges   involved are  not  serious,   .ae
will   request Pacific  ?/s  sine  Ij pay such lighterage.
Prepayment at Seattle would  not be  necessary if  cnair
Mt here would agree  to  pay tha charges   involved.
I  pointed out  to  -,;r.  Wrigfct   bltist  properly spdakisg  trie
s/b T.ine should deliver  theae goods at Victoria for |Uxtfa#l*aao^
neouver,   m which caee  it would coat   ihem l?t // p%r 100 lbs,
to Victoria.   It   ia  therefore reasonable  ta  expect   that  they
to  absorb lighterage  involved on   trie direct movement,
Vancouver.   :fr.  ^'ri.rht agrees.
General
Pacific
-e  to  Yt
it tie
be will in.':
Seattle   to
fours   truly,
T.At •
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^\ CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
Print«<l in Canada J FORM lOI
I
«4   *
Inter-Depahtment *   2    t   2   1   8   *
Correspondence file
c taaaoorar,     . .•  April JOtJa, 19>o* gl4»«a.
.saaaat. nmq*, fmmtnwm* LaaaJU
,lf.Xa»aa#  m%** tm.:w.y y
mmr airs* Hknillag of Ha**©* Beat* truffle batwaaa MMM w.m
■Hd th'i Wartli siiara u.urtw# tiia tlaa. iiaa©a& iarrawa
Har&ftm oat af aaiaadUiatea*
Par yoar paraoaal iafb? a I am attae-
«aa«r«l -suaarlataa- o*;i»» lattar ta c Haari, .aiae motmmem
aaat wmm abasia to mm tmmmmmm& la aaaaaatian ,7 7   tkia tina*
toa will aa*aiva it ia atataa that traffie faanAlaA bstwaaa
t»a Oaaajiiaa raaifli ■ alia nad <    ImMi lat*raha«#if m wail
aa oeraiaaata batw«aa In taa la«**t#a aa    *  •  • traam ia Vmmmmr aaa
taa E»ytb  jhora m<l viaa traraa, will oa at tariff 4irtaiaaa aa alraa&y
ararida* far. win oh maveaaat mat ba aararai ay jraraaaa awiteh ©r&ara.
mvmmm&t af laadad oars froa mm lAaavahajiea te  ta. barga alia, ilthar
** ar i aaaanftitlaa, will ba parfaaaad sy ©ar yard a-mai witbaat
paltaM arfiara eat aa a list aappUad toy tlia iiarber Board ta tha
Oaaaml Yardiiaatar.    *B*a ravaxaa taaranaok. that ia fra* Ixutp alia ta
tatarehaitaa will likawiaa aa ©erfbistad aa a a:jr#a Hat i        lad ay taa
Harbor mm& ta oaaeral Yarn r.    rlfw aargp liat «u,. Uad la aitkar
diraatioaa aaat atiow tha aamaoaity ia ardar that aaaaaanaat way 'aa w&aa ia
aaaardaaaa vita arraa#§»aata «r • Harbor Board a 7- -*uala. rla.,
$l*m ©r ft.00 par oar.    xt mat tea alaarly aadarataaci tbat tha rata af
ImOQ a aajr af whaat      -   ..»a aaly aa waatbaaad imtm hmJL C*M. witaat far
taa iUdlaa* Faalfia aiav ttor.    «■>« - •'?• laa,   tatai whaat for midland "uelfia
alawatar, wa will ia»»a awitah ardor aaa allow tha Harbor Board %im tariff
divieions.
A atataiastt abaald aa aofitailad eaah aalaaaa alaaat paxiad
aovaria^ tha aa*« i*>via# to>«r |       i.uo ar . 2.0u rata eatwaaa iataroHaaga
aad barge alip. '-aid, thia at* t will ba aade aa froa eaXige 11ata
oarer la^ the lo aid an a a alas of tha So -hare barja, *«4 praaaatad
ta ilia Haraai • payi^at*      «ftar atataraaat la ao^lloa, i& ate»al&
ba abaaltae: by uaf^r i«aaia« aaaa % .intaraaa^e rtporta ta aaka
©artala a© aar aw»aara kava baan ararlaaka4L«
tlia t«Wf»lliaa* Attditar,     ■«     t—aat» attrlaas that aaalaa
aallaata4 fraa tlia Harbor **o«j*t aarariai? ^ra aoriag ba^aaa aar«e alip aa4
lataraaaa#fa aJtettlcl ba taraa to apaal -ait a-adar ;^roap *C*»
Yoara tialy.
Aaaiatant a# CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R. W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
G.   F.   BARKER,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
B. Montreal    February 18 th,  1929,
G.   J 8 I 7  6 6 - 0.
A. W. lennant, Esq.*
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
i ,
Vancouver Wharf 0/S a/c Pacific Steaaship Line
_ _ , traffic transhipped atJTictoria.	
Your letter of 11th instant. I note you state you
have had our Wharf Agent take up with General Agent of ^. Pa£:s. S.
Line and have also suggested that our District Freight Agent be
asked to follow up with the Traffic Department of that Company.
In the last paragraph you state "The adjustment
f\-    involves a lot of detail work and would cause me to suggest that
P.C.S/S Line should be asked to pay the charges Seattle to Fancouver".
Agent in his letter to Mr. Wright, District Freight
Agent, February 4th, suggests that the freight charges on these
overages should be billed prepaid. Would not this, if agreed to by
#.a*S,S. Line cover charges Seattle to Vancouver? Please advise if
Mr. Wright made this suggestion to &.PCS.S. Line and if they have
agreed to do this in future.
Yours truly,
Auditor of Agencies. :
?
///////// Vancouver, B.C. feby.llth/29
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aV
B. Arnum, Esq. f
Auditor of Agencies f
"font real.
^ear Sir:-
m Vancouver Wharf o/s a/e Pacific steamship Line
% traffic transhipped at Victoria.
In my  report #2564 ?eby.9th, second last paragraph page
C^        3, I ma&e mention of the detail work: involved in adjustment of
charges on above traffic.
I had agent take this up with the General Agent of the
Pac, S.S line, and alse have since suggested that our D.J1.Agent be
asked to follow up with the Traffic Department ef that Company.
You will note that there \mr®  eight patty shortages in
shipments handed us at victoria, and these were afterwards discharged
at Seattle and forwarded hare from that point direct. The charges em
the latter waybilled #1.10 collect, but only 24/ of this was actually
collectable froa the F.C.s/s Line, the balance 86/ fur clearance a/c
revenue having been already shown on  Victoria billing.
The adjustment involves a lot of detail work, and would
cause m.&  to suggest that the P.C.s/s Line should be asked to pay the
charges Seattle to Vancouver. They, at least, should take steps to
be more careful in their discharges at Victoria.
Yours truly,  *    •
.ar  Sir:-
C. 3.3.*   d%*/*m-0
iny,
Agent Pacif j-p
President,
collect ion tr$
will hart
Victoria.
JL     3 JL
' iii<
.11     fe]
i^hip
.c M329Se   ;:!*>©  HTa   G-rahamfs  t
inst.  regarding above.
icon • ■,   Usi*
I  -nd make
t at        couvor.  iuu no doubt
3 uq accounting wff-ie^ at
o ui u   tr uly f
Auditor. Form 1714-9.15.1919.   3M
Andrew jb. Graham,
Agent
The Admiral Line
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
603 Hastings St. West
yanoouvBr,b.0.       August 3.8th 1920.
In Reply Refer to Eile
i?-i
Mr* H.  J. H&rtneli,
IBmrf Freight   A^erit,       Can* Pac.     Hly.,
Victoria,  B. c.f
Bear Sir:*
e are experiencing  some  difficulty and delay in revising
Manifests received here,   ex your steamer #0fT^R#t   covering shipments
received %t Victoria ex our  steamers  *lHmiatt£* and *0OlffiBJfQB®,  and In
order to effect quiver despatch I  would he greatly obliged if you would
arrange  to prepay your lighterage  from fiotoria to Fancouver and charge
to our aoooant. We will ar to pay you  direct or throw:
Ahrams,  your C**t#  whichever ym  desire*
"Collect** column will,   the ref ore,   only  show your Vancouver
handling charge,   wharfage and fancouver cargo dues,   which charges are
collectible from the consignees.
I  would alse appreciate it Tory roach (if consistent) if you
could arrange to advance all charges shown on our Expense  ^ille and prepay —
all ehargea shown as  ^prepay heyond11 and either deduct from or add to
total of eneh amounts on our lighterage "bill and in this way effect
a complete  settlement for e-\ch-ship In one transaction*
1   am sending a earbon copy of  this letter to rr.  A.   W.  Tennant, —*
alao  to Mr. J.  Ahrame.
Mr# 1'ennant advised me to take  this rs&tter up wife you in
writing so Start you might he ahle to  secure  the necessary p ;r lesion for
this credit. /
Ymwn truly9
~
abg/d
c. a.   A. f. Te nnant,
JmJQ.T&mm*
A
AS1H? CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY COMPANY
1U33&9&-K
Vancouver Wharf,  B*C*,   August 16/20*
A»   W.   Tennant,   Esq.*,
Travelling  Auditor,
City.
Dear Sir:
Enclosed please find copies of letters exchanged
in connection v/ith freight discharge! at Victoria ex pacific Steamship vessels,   destined Vancouver*     Ail  charges
are being billed forward by  the Agent,   Victoria,  with  charges
collect,   whereas shipments  should be prepaid to ^ancouver in
the majofcifcy of cases*    ^Ehe only charge collectible fr
consignee is the wharfs^ stud harbour dues*
I understand Mr*  Grahauti is writing  Agent Victoria,
requesting Mr*  Hartnell to put the Pacific  Steamship (jo.   on
his credit list*     This will enable  Agent to prepay lighterage
on this freight,   and have same prepaid on the waybill.     At
the present time all charges are billed collect,   revised by
Mr*  Graham here,   showing tue amount the Pacific steamship c°*
will pay,   and expensed accordingly*    it will  save c onsiderable
trouble if the  Agent,  Victoria,  will bill the lighterage pre^
paid as  shown on the pacific gteamship company  s manifest*
SKmUl
h^rf *raight  %ent* Victoria,   B* Ca     July     19th,   -,933
~.1B4B0:~ ,
E-1329 2
J.   Abrams,   Esq* f
Vancouver Wharf*
Pacific Coast  SS Company  s Transhipments
» = <&*»*«.
Dear Sir*
In  reply to your letter of the  -[6th inst*,   re
the above,   I beg   to   say in effecting rny waybill  7308 of jUly
38th,   i  was not in possession of competitive Tariff  2271 and
therefore assessed Victoria wharfage over and above the freight
charges*     j have,  however,   this ^ariff now ai;d will be guided
by its  authority*
Regarding the pacific coast expense bills j  will
be glad to   attach you  copies of these as i have made  arrangements
for obtaining  same  from  the  Steamship  Company here.     As regarding
the prepayment of ligu"berate a*.d wharfage on these  shipments as
suggested by-you,  j note in M^Mc^a^.s file  A-1647 of Tuly   14th,
that he instructs* bnat Vancouver will  collect from   consignee
Vancouver wharfage and handling  as well  as lighterage*     Tf,  how.*
ever,  you   consider the prepayment of this lighterage  and wharfage,
etc* ,   will obviate your accounting,  I will be glad to comply with
your request,  providing you obtain authority from the   Auciit office.
Yourstruiy
(sgd)
HaJaHartnelle 1647
Vancouver,   B.C*,   August  ^3th,   -^920
Mr.   Ja Abr rns,
Mr*  H.J.Hartnell,
Penally Charges «. Pacific -Steamship
Company  rprxi.shipment ^reight vic^oria
to ^ancouver7
Please refer to  the BaCC. S.Competitive    ariff
No* 2271 providing for proportionate rates charges on cargo
handled from Victoria to ^ancouver,   account pacific <^teamshi
Co*,   a^d note  that heavy pieces should be  charged in'so   far
as this Company is concerned,   90$ of  the penalty  charges
applying  as per through bill of lading*
(sgd) % J.G.McNab, IU1329 2
Vancouver, wharf,  B.C*,   July  16th,   20.
H. J.Hartnell,   Esq.,
Victoria wharf,   B.C*
Dear Sir;
Please refer
covers freight ex  the i
to your waybill   7108,     uly   15th,   whichw
• s* ^resident" forwarded by  the  s.s* ^Otter11*
j note that  all charges' have bee*, billed collect,     rphis
is  contusing  as i ar as this office is concerned,   as j understand the
lighterage is prepaid on the manifest,     ^o  avoid any error in expensing,   and charging  consignee,  i  think it would be advisable that
due  from  the pacific s. s.Co.   should be billed prepaid,
issued to you to   cover*     Also if  the expense bills handed
you by the pacific s. s* Co.   cou   d accompany the killing,  it would
facilitate matters*
the  charges
arid    a   PaPaOa
'
I notice the handling  assessed by you is  at the tariff
fay© of $1*20*    .diaa includes Victoria handling,   whereas BCCS
Competitive Tariff  2271,   B-1547,   st vtes that  the lighterage of
4*00 #or 3.50 includes handling  at victoria*
I   shall be pleased to have your views as to whether you
consider this  v~o uest way of handling  this freight*
yOuiS truly,
Wharf ^reight ASent* B«1647
EU13129 2
Vancouver,   BaC. ,  July   15th,   -*9 20«
pacific s. s.Co.  Transhipment freight Victoria
to Vancouver*
J.   Abrams,   Esq* ,
Following my letter yesterday in connection
with the  above*     pi closed is copy of competitive Tariff
BaCaC. S*   No* 2271.
Mr.     Graham of the pacific/ s* s*   Co.   advises me
tb*  settlement  should be made with his office here   as regarda
charges.    You   to   see  that our wharfage  and handling is  also
collected*     Will you please  arrange.
(sgd)    JaG.McNaw* Vancouver Fnarf,  B.C.,  july  16th,   ]920
DL23292
Pacific Sav^ouiP rfo*   Transhipment freight
Mr*   Kirfcup,
#    Please note the following letter received from |fr.  1ffcNab,
fou will  receive competitive tariff #2271 in   3ue  course.
J.   Abrams,
Vancouver,  B.C. *   July   14th,   1920*
A* 1637
I*J.Hartnell,   Esq*,
V& cto ri a*
Commencing txAs week the pacific Steamship  ^onrpany 'will
tranship  their Vancouver c^rgo   at Victoria*     We have made 'arrangements
to handle same each  Thursday night with the  ss  %tterw*
O^r Divisions will be a?s follows:  Victoria to ^.anuOuve*.
Ejlc&u *prujuu» & Vegetables, $4.00 per ton weightier
m easu rem en t,   as p er v aeffi. c
ss Cto ts bill of lading.
Freight N.O. Sa  $3.50 per ton,\,wgt.  or meast.   as per
Pacific  ss cofs bill of lading*
In addition to  this we , ill collect at ^aneouver from
consignees regular Vancouver wharf age and handling  charges as would
apply on pacific c°ast  steamship business  delivered at  'ancouver direct
by  their steqmers. Tr
BeC. C. S*   competitive Tari.ff No. 2271 will be your author! y
for this Division*
sgd*     J.G.McNab.
j.c.J. Abraras,   Esq*,   to note. %
  •. Vancouver,  B.C.   ?ehy.llth/29
B. Arnuia, Esq.,
Auditor of Agencies,
Montreal.
Baar sir :~
Vancouver Wharf o/s a/c overcharge in advances on
traffic ex Pacific Steaaship Line.
We are frequently obliged to reduce weight and lighterage
charges - Seattle or Victoria to Vancouver- on shipment® ex ahove
steamship line transhipped at theae points.
In such instances the consignees dispute the advances
up to transhipment point and decline to pay advance charges as
rendered. This offers an excuse to delay payment of any charges on
such shipments, and agent is obliged to enter into all the necessary
detail explanation and ask agents to adjust and &end ¥20  waybills.
I have talren the stand that the charges must be paid as
renderedj as we have no contrel over advance charges. You will note
from the attached correspondence that D.F.Agent Wright haa advised
Agent  that consignees should he referred to the General Agent of the
Pacific steamship T,ine, who has agreed to prjaptly adjust with the
consignees direct.
The number of corractions in this direction is quite
serious and creates delay and correspondence in clearing up these
petty overcharges, I have instructed agent to see that consignees
are not permitted to abuse thier credit privilege in this diraotxea
in future.
fours truly,
r.A. COPY
Vancouver B.C.,  January 16th,  1929.
0  2*421.3
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Please refor  to
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. i .CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
ii/ic
B.   ARNUM Jg
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R    W    URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
6.   F.   BARKER,
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
Montreal     March 4th,   1930.
M -41164b
PACIFIC"
A*  W.   Tennant,  Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Yanc o uver,  B * G.
Expense Bills from Pacific Steamship Co*0
instead  of Manifests*
I herev/ith return expense bills received
with Vancouver Iharf Balance Sheet p/Ending February 21st, in
connections with wharfage charges Group C a/c S^S.Adniirai
Moser, Pacific Steamship Company*
Agent may retain these expense hills in
the future for his office records, as all the necessary
particulars are being shown on the manifests.
^3rff*^y3y
Auditor of agencies* ^/ ^CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
6
jsh/fg
OF  AGENCIES
B.   ARNUM,
AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
G.   F.  BARKER,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF   AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
Montreal   February 27th,   1930*
M - 4  1  1   6  4 8
Aa Wa  Tennant, Esq**
Travelling Auditor,
+ Vancouver, B*C*
Expense Bills from Pacific  Steamship Go*,
instead of Manifests*
With reference to my  letter  of February 19th,
I herewith return expense bills received with Vancouver
Wharf B/Sheet P/Ending February 14th in connection with
wharfage charges,  Group C a/c S*S*Mmiral Wiley,  Pacific
Steamship 0ompany*
Agent will require these for his records*
y
Auditor  of Agencies. /////////
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... •
Arnun, 35*q.,
■diter ef Ageaeiei*
Utatrtai*
>-411648*
Dtar isir:**
lxp*^«t BiMi   £**•» Pacific ;?tt»H*ahi# C#.^
itttad tf tfaniftttt*
gte;f#rr-isc  fct ytur lttt*r February 19 tk,
I iavt rttum#4 txp#nit kill* tt ng»«t ftr filing witk
his  ft.   4 ruc^rdt,  and w#uld adviat titat rt
all  n^catfcary particular*   t® aaafel* ytm  It ektc
fctmlaal ciar^tt du# i?ar otityMQF^
ttatatt will nk#w
all timarfagt' tr ttiMM?
Ytmut  truly,
Tf A* 4 CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
•^ 4   •
B.   ARNUM. JSH/FO
AUDITOR^)F  AGENCIES
R.  W.   URWIN,
ASST.  AUDITOR OF  AGENCIES
G.   Ft   BARKER.
ASST.   AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
Montreal February 19th,  1950<
M-411648
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
A* W* Tennant, Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*G*
Expense Bills from Pacific Steamship Go*,
instead of Manifests*
Referring to your letter February 4th, and
returning expense bills*
You may arrange to have Agent send me the
statement, giving full particulars of each shipment showing
clearly how the wharfage is arrived at, so that I may be in
a position to check same, keeping the expense bills for his
records.
Statements returned with your letter did not
show weight but I have checked, in this case, from the
Expense Bills*
Handling and any other miscellaneous charge
should also be shown on this statement.
Auditor of Agencies, •        1*6
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;ifctr tf
tcitt.
W-411c48.
aa#kIf Of,
I  rttmra all pajptn  ancltstd witk yfiarf tf January 29tk.
;mB dieeutdtd witk tkt Ottmtral  frtigkt Rtpt-1
at timt tit Pac. s/s Cs. okangt, and it wat aAiittti tkat wt
csuld  att dtnaadl taat tat usual  farm tf i&anxftat ha yrrnxd^d ky tkat
stayaiqr,
l  i fart agrssd bkat tna axpsaaa hills,  ia litw tf
laaifaat,  kt stmt ymr tffiet  in rjrt tf wkarfaga taraiags  r^trttd,
aad a summary tf tkt sxpsast bills h-s mads up ftr ytur ifciftraatita.
Tt avild tkt additianal vtffc tf writias ay tht lafcDtr
gtatt»tatf   tkt attached .nanifsst f#rm wat ^#d tt wartksusa tkffH,
witk carbta tkttt next,   at tkat suamary and wartktuaa fettle ctuld kt
ladt up witk tkt tat writlag.
Owlaf tt  tkt kwpqsjr knavy paper uatd im wartktutt bttk
ftni agtat eaaatt tbtaim a cltar carbta ctpy by using tkt wartktutt
tkttt at  tkt triginal,  but tfee carbta ctpy fa tht lattar ftra is y%ry
cltar. Ytm art at dtukt awart that tkt Pac. s/s Ct.   kt#f alwaya
igsutd thsir twa txptatt bill ftrmt and baadad taut  (ptrtltaa 1,2 &-3)
in witk aiaaiftst. Wt ussd thtat txptaat bills  ftr advict and dslivsry
tf shipments, but wt nevtr k vt kad aa tffiet rtctrd.
A ctpy tf tkt manifast wat prtvidtd ektcksr and saaat
filsd in tatd nanifatt rtotrd. Tkt ft.2 txptatt bills aad tkt wmrtktmtt
b#sk wart tkt tmly rtctrdi istld ia agtnt'a tffiet, at trxginal saaaiftst
was 8tut ym in supps rt tf wkarfagt tarmacs acoturned ftr. .
Oadtr tit prtatnt arraagamtat,  cktekar it  supplitd witk
a ctpy tf tkt custsas laadiag maaiftst ftr check tf oargt,  uad tkit
appears tt bt aatisfactary,   .
rtwtvtr,  I wtuld sucsttt t&at tkt axptast kills atw
*rtvidsd,   in litu sf maaifaat,  bt uatd %y c^scktr and tkta filtd ky
ttfftat as  tffiet raotrd *T®*  4,, Eut. tkat lit writs up tkt full detail #2    B.   Ariuii,   Ksq.f
date rip-twill kt
-kts tr Mtaaurtamtat,   xn wartktust kttkf  st   tmat ym
a ptaititii t# prtptrly aback wkaffaga earning* aast&ssd*
Tkt ariglatft-wfi'ttag h^in.f seat ytii, as waa d#&t ia tkia cast, Itaviag
feta ctpy in ware in tut t kttk ftr suBeeuatxng purparts.
I consider tkats sioi a stateaeat it all   taat ym will
rsquirs,  and tfeat tkt erlgiaal aaaifsst
particular vtiLae te ym,
x f
pitasa advise m% .
S ^^n^rail   £
syatpatk) i   tkis caaaft
ma na** tat at at Baa "^raaeieca
ctnsidtrtd kaffft affelag
stand.
iua billt)   are if »•
«,abls tt yea l   -vili
igt acctrdingly.
tat tf 3/3 Ct*   teat   att
-wfeatiag,  ^t I uadar&taitd tkat  tkt
as a&vlatd kirn that  tkt matter was  fully
«§•■#■  *»4 tkat tkt pr#sant tyettaa is  tt
fsurs   uruly^ t .   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
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OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM.      •><JSH/]?C
auditor of agencies Montreal      January 29th,  1930*
R.   W.   URWIN.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
G.   F.  BARKER,
ASST.   AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
M -411648
A* W*  Tennant, Esq*,
Travelling Auditor,
Tancouver, B*C*
Expense Bills from Pacific Steamship Go*
 instead ox Manifests*
I herewith enclose complete file, please note
Agent1s letter January 11th*
I presume you are conversant with this
arrangement and you might see if records are complete in
Agentfs Office seeing he is sending the copy of expense
bills in with balance sheets to support his wharfage debits*
You understand, we require the information on these expenses
to check the wharfage debits and if the expense bills are
necessary for Agentfs records then the statement must give
the full particulars of the shipment to enable me to check
the wharfage*
Let me have your remarks, with early return of
complete file*
^
Amditor of Agencies* Printed in Canada
• :
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FORM 103
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
A 31 Tennant,  Esq* ,
3 J* Eirkup  Esc*
Vancouver Wharf,  B*C*,
January 8th,  1930*
A 168646
W. L*  iright, Ssq*,
Bivision Freight Agent,
Vancouver,   3.  G*
Dear Sir  :~ ♦
Confirming  fphone conversation the ADMIRAL MOSER
arrived yesterday with freight ex Pacific Steamship Co.,  and
instead of being hggided a manifest with expense bills, lira Be asley,
local representative,   advised us that the manifest had heen
eliminated by their head office in San Francisco and that in
future we would only get a copy of expense bill in lieu at
manifest.       I do not  think this la in accordance  \idth the
Oompanyfa agreement with the Paciflo Steamship Co.,  as a matter
of fact it is rery unsatisfactory to us*    W have to send to
Montrealt  with our balance sheet,   a oopy of the manifest covering
frei^t received ex these vessels and it means that we  will have
to make up a manifest ourselves for this freight to send to Audit
Offiee.    This additional work I do not think we should be expected
to do and I should be glad if you would take this matter wp with
the Pacific  steamship Co.,   to see if we  cannot be  supplied as in
the past with copies of steamers1 manifests*    lould it not be
possible to put this in effect before the next vessel arrives  ?
I understand the Pacific Steamship Co.,  have eliminated
having Freight Clerks on  their vessels and that these expense bills <r
are issued by head office in San Francisco*
I would also like  to mention the fact that it means
before we make deliveries to consignees under present system, we
%$ill have to abstract  each shipment before deliveries can be made
which,   in some cases, may cause delay to consignees in obtaining
their freight*
Yours tmly,
A.
iharf Freight Agent*
_' ////////// Vancouver, B.C. Nov. 28th/27
:'.  l* Bal taa, 2a<|.,
Auditor of .Agencies*
Heat reel.
Dsar sir:-
0-348571.
Shipment* of Salt - Pacific steamship C©y
stored in Pier "Ra Vancouver Wharf.
further ta my latter of September 13th.
A nmm laaae hae since h.#n signed and delivered by the
Pacific steamship Company an th* 22nd inst. with elauee inserted reading!
*It ie mutually agreed ta hy and hetweea th* partiea hereto
that the Xesaer ia not in any way responsible for the salt
stored on th. above mentioned premises, whether any damage,
loss, shortage or misdelivery occur through the negligence
of the Lessor*e employees or otherwise"
This would now appear to fully caver the point raised.
Yours truly,
i.. A. v7
4 /////////   Vancouver, B.C.  Sept.l3th/27,
I, J. "Dalton, Esq.,
Auditor of Ageneift*, 0-348571.
"Montreal.
T^ear sir;-
Shipments of Salt - Pacifxc Steamship Coy
stored in Pier "H* Vancouver Wharf,
Referring to your letter of Auguat 2"7th.
Mr. McMullen considers it necessary to insert a clause
in lease to take care of the point raised.
The present lease expiree October let, and he hae
requested the Right of Way Department to cover this feature when drawing
up a new lease.
I will keep thie file before me, and advise when this
has been arranged.
Youre truly,
- .A. *
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v0<V   CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
-    • OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
4 •
.4J" audZ of agenc.es      M MONTREAL,        AugUSt   17th,   192?*
8.   ARNUM.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R.   W.   URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
G~5485?X~0
km  Mm Tennanti  Esq..,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.  C.
Dear Sir:-
Shipments of Salt - Pacific Steamship Coy
stored in Pier "H" Vancouver Wharf
Your letter of July i6tlu
tn regard to our responsibility for subsequent deliveries after consignees have given us clear receipts, when salt is placed in the portion of shed allotted
and leased by them.
As per our conversation I would suggest that
you see our Solicitor im Vancouver with a view to having a
clause inserted in lease, or a release executed, or inserted
on receipts given us, relieving this Company of responsibility for subsequent deliveries on sub-orders.
Please advise when this has been arranged.
Yours truly,
"3777773
Auditor of Agencies* %     A
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7
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33333 * * •
///////// Vancouver, B.C. July 16th/27.
H. J. Dal tan, Esq..,
Auditor of Agencies,
Mentreal,
^ear Sir:-
Shipments of Salt - Pacific Steamship Company
stored in Pier *H" Vancouver Wharf.
For your information I am enclosing copies of letters
exchanged hetween B.F.A. Wright and Wharf Agent regarding the lease of
a portion af shad »H" for storags of salt shipments consigned te Agents
of the Leslie Salt Co., San Sranoisce, Cal.
The space allotted farms part af our general shed, and
cannot "be separated so that tha consignee* have private control ef
that portion. Our checker therefore acts for the consignees and makes
sub-del ivories for which we get an earning of 30/ on each bud- order.
At the time this arrangement was proposed X advised Mr.
Wright that X wae of the opinion that we should obtain a clear receipt
for the shipments at time of discharge, and that checker would be
acting far tha Pacific coast steamship Co, whan making these sub*
deliveries.
Our recent eheek shows that the Ho. 2s have been held
by checker, deliveries endorsed on back, and not turned in until tbe
entire shipment had been delivered. This results in Ho. 2s being held out
for month*, and takes up valuable time in tracing to find out why they
are not on file. Besides, the date of deliveries would indicate that
storage was due us, and each transaction had ta be questioned in our
periodical examination af accounts.
You will note that Mr. Wright ha* now instructed agent
that in future consignees will take out delivery orders and give us
clear receipts at time mt placing this salt in the portion of shad
allowed them.
X presume this manner af avoiding regular Etarage is in
ordsr. You might wish to question the manner of subsequent deliveries,
and our responsibility of same.
The Lease ie executed by the Paeifie Coast steamship Co.
General Warehouse Lease under the Leaseholds Act,      *
Xf necessary please advise.
Yours truly, Printed in Canada
* 3" o
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
YHTCOTJTEB.B.C.  OOB01BR 27th,1926
iNtER-DEPARTMENT
* Correspondence file    ,&—6680
0 PRIVASS
Mr. S.L. MsCrea.
Your A-116447, October 26thf In connection with shipments of
salt ex Pacific Steamship Company's vessels.
As explained to you verbally, Mr. Maharg, Superintendent, has
agreed to allot a certain specified space in Pier "HH to the Pacific SeS.
Coe, at a nominal rental, to assist them in securing some of this salt
business, which has, as you are aarare, for some months past been handled
by the Kingsley navigation Coe and the Canadian Government Merchant Marine.
My understanding of the arrangement is that the Pacific S.S. Go. will
assume any costs incurred in delivering this traffio to such location on
Pier trEnm      In addition to the rental which they pay our Company we will
earn wharfage charges on basis of 5(fyf per ton.
I understand delivery will be lacked after by original consignee
direct.  If however we are requested to perform deliveries and arrange for
split shipments regular charges covering sub-orders and sorting, etCe should
be collected in accordance with regular B.C.C.S. Tariff 245.
I do not lenow that any formal lease has been executed, but I am
sending copy of this letter to Mr. Maharg and if it is desired that formal
lease be executed same can be attended to without delay.
WLW/jLB
DIVISION FHSISH3? AGEED
Mr. CS. Mahsgg.
To note in connection with our recent conversation. If you
consider it necessary to have formal lease executed I presume you will issue
necessary instructions.
wlw/ab
DIVISION PHEIGHT AffENT
COPY • f ■
FORM  103
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
G.   I    McCrea,  Ssq. f
Vancouver,  3.0., November  lstt1926.
A~668o
r>^r^ A-116447
Your A-116447  October  J>Qth re   special
arrangement with Pacific  Steamship Cc.
I regret   that my letter to you of October
2?th did  not specifically mention the  commodity to be taken care
of under this arrangement.     This proposixiton is to  take care  of
shipments  of salt handled  on Pacific  Steamship Company*s vessels
and  only when the  said Steamship Company authorizes the  placing of
specific shipments in such leased space.     No wharf storage   is  to
be  collected on such ship shipments.
Sgde   W.I.  Wright.
DIVISION FREIGHT AGRBT. Printed in ^Canada
FORM   103
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
Vancouver Wharf,  3.0.,
October  3Gth,l926.
AS11644?
W.   I*  Wright,  Eflfe ,
Division freight  Agent,
Vancouver, B*S*
Dear Sir  :~
Your  letter October 2 7th  file A^-668 0 regarding
a portion of Pier   tH*  allotted  or   leased to Pacific  Steamship
Go.,  for the handling of salt.
Your letter does  not state  that no storage  charges
are   to be  assessed  on salt  stored under this arrangement.     It  is
my understanding that you do not wish storage charges assessed.
Will yoa kindly confirm*
Yours truly,
GLM/A.
Wharf Fre i ght  Age nt* o
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a  dif..-ec  l#»i
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time  tnat we t&aKa aattla-
. ...verf   and  tkt LI   "v,a
se» ia practically av*
.t  3® katk  Cay's il  ta
;he praaiim  on  ii .11   ba
. .ar  t aid  k -a
t£' tkat way.   I aak-
»t  wa -paid tfcem §28.049,49
:a   ag#  ab#ut
UE .
I Bay that  ir.  Flaw x,
thi&f   ant  I painted aut  that  the  £U£&aatiam aacaied rediculaua,   advising
at  ia i  it wae a saattai*   :      ;  wauld kara  t#  ba i ttad t#
ntreal,
ia  ie  raally a traffic • mattarf   and iir.  Pl#w has  Lad
£#me carrespc b  Kr.  Sawlaa   \ ^mv the latter1 &  fila B-25969,
« ckippara  arid  i •  tajciag advamtaga  ef   fcka
exchnaga   aiiuatiam,   and it   is   af c©urea  ^xpentive   ta  the P.w..:.0«* tv
# 2 C.J.Black,   Baq.f
Camadiam shippere prepay tha freigiit   lo   J.J , *a  ami itagt
3± sllectien  af sauna  fr@m U.S.   kuyara.       i     xcan  I ;ra   to  Can.
paints  art   in* true sad nut   ta  prepay  frei. I 3   ae   to  av^id  costing  tha
kuyer the  transfer  if auek  funds   ta   UeS*   3311^.13,*   Eke  P.S.S* rta
a queued hath way a,   and        . ..aima  why our  tettlexaenta  all  run  the  em*
way*
I  under et and P.c.s.S.Ge kave  &«igaeatad  tf  «ur Traffic
Officials   that,   I*@M   Alberta,   and SaB.fc,f   art?  witk   ti   •    \       ptiam  af
{felaem,   aid a few a trier  peinta,   net  eeayatitive v#j 11  rail
ha&la,   and wanted ta demand -   mt  xn  UfeS*   af 1 rata   t *a*
previncee,   allowing Maniteka td  stand aa a campatitiva provi.acei     Bmt I
understand  I r,   Sewlee  dsee   nee  agree   v. 1 ,   expressxa$   I ill
'.rioua  queatiea ia/iitaba firaa having  branekea >ka      ^
t3t  provinces.
ikeve  fullj tka eituafciea,  and have
n»"G  tmeagfet   xz neeaesary  se sea P.C.S.Se   General Agemt  aere   x:j   wiie
sat tar,
a e u.r &  fer <aX^ ^
T.   A. m
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY    COMPANY
f OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
a>
C*.   J.   BLACK. /     ?
AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
H.   J.   DALTON,
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
W.   H.   BLACKALLER.
ASST.   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
MONTREAL, Januarv  2nd.    l&#f.
G -  1  0  5 2 9  2.
A*  W»  Pennant,   Esq.,
$ravell:5ng Auditor,
Vancouver,  B*C.
Dear Sir:-
Settlement with Pacpflc S.S.Co;/.
Please note  copy of telegra      Dec.   22~23rd and letter
December 26th  from the Auditor of above Company re settlement
at Vancouver.
As his wire referred to  was not  clear - seeing we ?fou!d
of course willingly  "accept American  funds without exchange*  as we
would profit  from so  doing at present - I w3red him to write us
details  and his letter Is the result.
look into
I would like you to ma*sc this and let me have your report
I  cannot  see what advantage a settlement <Jn the net balance would
be,   at Vancouver as we would pay them and they us,   any balance due
in Canadian   funds ~ It is possible however the traffic Department
at Vaneouver have matter in  hand,   as  indicated  and may have arrived
at a satisfactory solution?
Please let me have early report*
Yours truly,
H
Auditor of Agencies'. A s
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lours  truly,
i • Jk • Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Department on DECEMBER 31ST,   1921, your Contract No.
Lots  Block D.L	
stands as under;
Total Sale Price $...
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.    All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Townsite Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Certified Correct:
Date.. "
V CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
C.   J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
R. w. urWin,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM.
ASST- AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
6-208200   Montreal,  September 21st, 1922*
A. W. Tennant, Esq.»
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B»C*
Dear Sir:-
Xours of 14th instant re leave of absence.
I regret to hear of your indisposition and have wired you
today granting the usual vacation, and as such additional^^^
as will be required to allow you to thoroughly recuperate.
I would understand fro® Mr. McConnell*s
note received yesterday that he has been assisting you
with the ships recently, and have wired him to take over
any work you have in hand.  I will endeavour to send assistance as soon as possible.
Tou will have received, my advice of 12th
instant re Inventory of Stores October 51st.  If you are not
able to resume by that date I presume you will give Mr*
McConnell.all information possible to assist hint in getting
the necessary assistance and making a good cut-off so that
this work may be satisfactorily completed.  As you say, the
freight offices will have to await your return, but you might
give Mr. McConnell sufficient instructions to see that the
Vancouver Wharf Freight agency is properly handled at the first
of October when the agency will be consolidated with CUP*S.S.
Ltd. ,.• one Balance Sheet being rendered this office, as was
done (temporarily) last year when we became Traffic Agents
for the C.P*S.S.  This date synchronises with the taking over
of the Oriental agencies (headquarters at Hong Kong) which will
from that date^report direct to this Department*  I am writing:
Mr. McConnell ltli*yrregarding this*
I presume I should forward your salary cheque
to Vancouver as usual* Shall 1 send it care Mr. McConnell so ^ V CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
V
C.   J.   BLACK.
AUDITOR  OF  AGENCIES
m MONTREAL,
R.   W.   URWIN.
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
B.  ARNUM,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
A,, W* Tennant, Esq*,      -2-
that he could forward ?
Trusting you will have a rapid and
complete return to your normal healtfiu
lours trulyf
Auditor of Agencies* I T *M  ,jfiy. 7?e»n
I i ret r I it /ao
also   additional i ..    ... . »a$t -
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I *»X«/     !.u.^iUc y    U?k t   J —  ~  ^e**»Jf    . mMV wwi vu   a ;u t     jirv ■,;! J MiiXfl^    ju
AS |    thiS   |a#t    tlVCryy   ! ift&Tt   tQ   77 it rate
ally; it   iA :   condition can
only "be overrode 1 rtfc  'flor a,
re te
Ae lo L.ios^ly <jm£\mi i xi^Km illness  or moeerfe  McConnell    and
CI eland,   Alfitf  that  r >r^nt  rc-^nrr"^ en1   oi a me more
.a   to r.iht*.:cre ,••!'.la  r.7 it tea,
sent eoYic, tlon vill  act  j. .n ■;,e to   : \&t . .
;ci i  fe forced to  i   ! £$*u'      !  '
3   •'Island ii   i.v.ti"oving,   and  has  130^:3vituC rc^uraing to
'•■'"ork ;i.n -tfyrrce. ef his  doctor* s adtleej   Bs i at this,
:   C vtiili  tc   'cal t "111  return to  v/urk in 1 it$e*| ■•all..-
>:>rt  for ut«ty an or before October 1st. 1
Canadian Pacific Railway Company       *%
LAND  DEPARTMENT
VANCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Denartment <
in nFTEMRFR  !31csT    1901.  vour Contract No	
Lots                                                               Block...
mm y          -   ^ ,     .,
d.t	
statin's as nnHer !                                                                                                                                           Total Sale Price $	
•
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal
Interest
TOTAL
_gm
	
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Will you kinc
enclosed envelope.    Al
to Townsite Agent, Va
Certified Correct:
lly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN
I cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Rai
tncouver, B. C.
Youi
I    PROMPTLY in the
[way Company and remitted
•s truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Da
te                               ...                            _ # 2 C.J •Black,   Jisq.,
I fr-ii'-rht offices liar, can,  v/ith your approval  stand
until I  f«t back;  36ft I do not feol  that X o«n handle the annual storoe
■ <;ry,   and this  -fill have  to ha ar^n/ed #3 "unnull.
I have not y«t wade any plans;  7. 1  that a few weeks
in th; lid ha the beet \0 ' '")
  ;an | ruquosfc i     LL2  &£1   0g£  to   drop work
-after 7r.   Q% si and "M  to le paexi7i, stealers.
.a-c   truly,
\ Canadian Pacific Railway Company
LAND DEPARTMENT
I
VANCOUVER, B. C,
January 20th, 1922
At an Audit of this Department on DECEMBER 31ST5   1921, your Contract No.
Lots  Block D.L :	
stands as under;
Total Sale Price $...
PAYMENTS  MADE
Date
Balance of
Principal Unpaid
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Date
Principal Interest
TOTAL
Will you kindly certify to the correctness of above payments and RETURN    PROMPTLY  in the
enclosed envelope.    All cheques should be made payable to order of Canadian Pacific Railway Company and remitted
to Townsite Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
Yours truly,
NEWTON J. KER,
Townsite Agent
Certified Correct:
Date..

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