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 ///////// Vancouver, B.C. T)^c .10th,1927.
T*   ^1*1 ton,  ?sq*t
Auditor of Agencies,
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Vancouver ^harf -  J.  Gumming ~  iteport #2369.
Your letter of the  3rd intt*
srewith return carbon copy of receipt refsrrad to,
Your6   truly,
31 u i, CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
H.  J.  DALTON
AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
8.   ARNUM.
ASST.  AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
R*   W.   URWIN,
ASST. AUDITOR OF AGENCIES
OFFICE   OF   THE   AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES
D-        Montreal,  December 3rd., 19E?.
G - 5 3 0 H 6 - 0»
A. W* Tennant, Esq.,
gravelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*C*
VALUE
Dear Sir:-
Vancouver Wharf - J. Gumming - Report #2559.
As ree^uested in your letter £5th. ult., 1
herewith enclose carbon receipt dated August 81st,l**_2* for
§60.00 signed for Vancouver Harbour Commissioners by *B.#..
Cuthill11 signature being in original handwriting though *
of receipt is a carbon copy* Please return after It has
served its purpose* The original was attached to  Balance
Sheet and is now with voucher, I presume however this will
not be reouired.
tdurs truly,
Auditor of Agencies
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T. Bal ten, Esq.,
Auditor ef Agencies^
Mentreal*
0*330846*
Bear Sir_<*
Vancouver Wharf ~He Je  Claiming *  Report #2359*
WBtrntrim to ^y letter ^ec.2ath/26*  enclosing statement
ef amounts recovered from above clerk*
Item ( t * #54.00  { pt $60.00)   was paid to the Vancouver
Harbour Commissioners w/l leby.7th/27, and that transaction was
considered closed*
fhe Vancouver H.C* have recently had some trouble with
one of their collectors,  and in the check-up of transactions between
them and our Company,  it develops that the #6.00 paid them Aug,31st/26.
was not accounted for by their collector*
In order to show their Comptroller some evidence of
our having paid the #6*00,  it will be necessary to produce receipt
(reading as for #60.00)   sent you with above papers,  m doubt the
signature on that receipt will satisfy him that the #6*00 was actually
paid to his collector, and will enable him to recover amount*
I think the receipt sent you was a carbon copy, as, no
doubt,  the original would be attached to balance sheet Aug*  31st,1926,
in support of credits taken in this connection*
I trust that you will be in a position to send me one
of these receipts for V.H.Cemmiesione^e inspection*
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TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO ALL  PARTS   OF THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Sent No.
Sent By
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following Message, subject to the terms orinted-oft the back hereof which are hereby agreed to:
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ft W. D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que*
D. H. BO WEN, Supt.,Sudbury, Ont.
W„ M. THOMPSON, Supt.,Toronto,Ont.
J. MITCHELL, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. MARSHALL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Maa*
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, 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 damage*
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated 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 frora-
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^ne-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 addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, fo^any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for 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. s 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 for 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 any 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 its standard 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 word3
shall 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
are, 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 on the day of its date during regular pffice hours, subject to
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. fjLYTr^TLy^ ■
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TELEGRAM
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CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALl THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN. General Manager of Telegraphs. Montreal.
STANDARD TIME.
MONTREAL QUE  DEC  15TH  1926
A W TENNANT.
TRAVELLING  AUDITOR,
VANCOUVER  B.C.M
YOUR LETTER TENTH.  LOCKSMITH NEUTRAL MUST NOT  BE XWXXXXNS EXCITING   IN ANY
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TELEGRAM
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FORM T. D. 1
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO ALL  PARTS   OF THE   WORLD
& J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal,
Dec. 14th, 1986.
P»niard Position Portray Poped.es Poked Permeation ixpeet
ftim Present,
A.Vi'I»3m»at« CANADL
PACIFIC
TELEGRAM
FORM T. D.
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CABLE   CONNECT4GNS   TO  ALL   PARTS   OF  THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montrea
: Vancouver,  B.C. Dec.  13th,1926.	
Paesahle Potency. Jerking Neutrals Ligature Perusal Poppy
Posiiien Popular Poked. Him Peme&tion Pontiff Porch Poked And faking
taciturn* _o Cadger And Military Government Slaup.  Alto imprecate Andrew
Psniard Position Portray Pop#d#» imr Grasping Divisions. Iconoclast Was
Uncertainly G@al-ed And crater Copyist Han Salary 'Bw&nr Ligature
rrorei. Unpreductien Bate Betwixt Unflagging Preasjfele Portal Portond
Poorly And Granitic Zammmm May Sociable Weekly "But Am Violin Iniquitous
Bohert Overhaul Lifted Thm Miawrva. Overh&nl I_#la©afcle justification
I# Harvesting lamest Poetry When Peril,
___ A.w.Tennant. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   R'Y.  CO.'S  TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO ALL  PARTS   OF THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Vancouver,  B.C.  Dec.  13th,  1926.
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Montreal a
Passable- Potency, Jerking Heutrals Ligature Perusal
>oppy Position Popular Hae Permeation Pontiff Porck Poked and taking
Taciturns  to Cadger and Military Government Sleep.Als© Imprecate
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Iconoclast was Uncertainly Goal-ed and Former Copyist has Salary every
Ligature Mirrored. Unproduction date Betwixt Unflagging Preamble Portal
Portend Poorly and Granitic Lamias may Sociable Weekly hut am Violin
Iniquitous Robert Overhaul Lifted the Minerva.   Overhaul  Implacable
Justification to Harvesting lamest Poetry when Peril. CA!
TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
FORM  T. D. 1
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO ALL   PARTS  OF  THE   WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal,
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Portend Poorly and Granitic Lama* may Steia&la Weekly But a* Vi#lim
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Auditor tf  -■'■ :
I regret to report that our j? accountant ,_£*; Ifr.  J.
t$ev   at Vancouver *"harf is  feund to have I J.i»h©neet#
ira  to  tha luipire gtevado ring
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4.82 f:   i, 14,10  a/o
Lug enargea  overpaid   , tssi throu; ...1  explain irection
Wltiy. e amounts  were paid I e ago,   and were used
hy hmim in remittance >v,18th,  "but no  debit taken,
"3 Sep1-, inland Trangf#r co.   turn in
their nettl .   .     hxch he checked and turned over te  the
cashier, ,   , "o,t  aa |HMP arif%nge»#nt#^  hand us varioue cheques
received I. I   the balance at  in cash,  Cumelnge has
chad his  epport and  turned in  the  above cheques  |48.82 6: #14.10,
uivilalent t in by I ,0#.
ae  admitted having  stolen  theee  ar.ioun.tB,   7nd lias-  alee
p:iven irtteulafe  of amounts  £16.82 6; $17.06 handled in a fti«ilar
ti*.
I turn in .'..:..?;. yesterday,  and. also
^ed III id over $33«S8 to  agent       '   re leaving off.u
x»o ni^h**
-.•ve  le  declared to he  Ike  extent of hife manipulate
-iane,  but  1 am ti gtcpa   to  Invest fully.
I  have had hi^r-  removed I »«itiea I   uef .Acol1,
• &% it  retaining 3 -;r a few daye  in tlae office fox* tha purpose
lag tap &eY<*r?*.l files  that Mr.  : nge ii &• fawil; th.
ni hie vacation on 17th inet.
A it  ti r~in-law to &•& log  a/e the latter*a
.Ith.   ! If  a i/Obfcibility  that mpi*  may cancel  the transportation,
and,  will  no doubt,  hold hie  *ag«! until  furt-hur inveetijjJttien it nude.
UI  report fully at  «e#i ;ihle#  in the       i iiiiue
we uld like yeu to wire m at once if it  is .your i an will
net be employed in any position in thi©  office*   There  is  an inclination
to  cone id er retaining him In p. one c opacity,  hut I  have expressed an
opinion that y#u would nox with ) i-ndling any accounts whatever? 2 H.J.Bal ton,   Esq.,
m a r@ry valuable mmn*  having more knowledge
of .   Y':at any other dark in Vancouver;   hut the
feted letters  will  shew his   extreme  treachery in a direction *utoat
.ily he discovered 1*3 M><
He hae admitted having lo&t over §1000.00 this last
three months  on buying  indu& 1 I  that  irregulantxee
only started sine* ».
I I y#a  tonight| not the
ti&ie  ti  give you  t tails, ;.  do  not  expect  to
x xnci any u*1j -• x*** u. e^ , ^SJt 51 ii couxo. po se # oi e
handle  ia  limited.
Yours  truly,
1 , A.
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Vancouver Wharf September 24/26,
I'-91210
Empire stevedoring: C©,»
Vancouver, B,&»
Dear Sir:-
Op lag over past T'.anifests   for our  "Empress**"
Stealers,  I  find that  there were a rawher of shipments ehert shipped ©n
the  "Impress  of Asia11 arriving g.j        >.r 1925 and the following is a
Xttt«r&ndu_i of these items,  she log .sight and tt.aeareiR.nt.  As account
hae "been passed on the basis of 45 4 per ton,   there is a refund due our
Company of $44,10.
ts of .Russia" Voyage  59-E,   i'-rriving April
78 bales
;ing,
aont
ich
On tha
1925,   there was a eh.
was given as  29  tons  1  ft,   instead of 18  tons 17  ft.  a difference of
10 tons  24 ft.  and $4*92 freight,
I ehall be pleased te   receive your cheque for urtount ©f
.02 at your ea.rli.ftt convenience.
"E/Asia"
Shanghai 9120
9125
9123
9124
9135
1695/1697)
1713/1716)
9131
188
9122
1712
1694
66
67
Lbs.
A. At ,
165
"~272ir
364
1.18
65
.03
449
1.05
14607
17.02
19666
21.18
5000
4*ii
6707
4.18
3080
1.31
1714
1.28
34132
24.07
6947
O.JLm
10988
7.35
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arf ^rei^ht  Arent. COPY.
Vancouver Wharf,  Qctoher 26tk/26
F-11526?.
T>apire Stevedoring Co.,
325 Howe street,
Vancouver,"5. C.
r>ear sir:**
Below ia a Memorandum of shipments whiek were short-
landed hy tha   "TVVtueaia* Voyage 68-1 in the month ef August,   Tonnage
statement   - -red the original  firurea  aa we expected that the
Short .-rive hy a subsequent Impress  steadier.  Same,
however,  were hrou':ht forward hy the S.S.   *Tyndareue* which discharged
at       i    -llantyne Pier.
The differonce
bens which at the rate of 40/
it  %g   1^14  cu.ft.   or iiS-l/4
nt  to  |14.10
convenience.
I shall appreciate your ekeque
,OA,r earliest
«C  JLA\t*
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ft.
Ta
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bale's    476
21 "
bales 400" ft.
943  40
944
23
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944  25
581
17
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947  30
713
21
485
946  00
..     1547
48
..   1293
949  25
617
ft.
14
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4878
3464 Tt,
Yours   uruly,
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CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
TIME FILED
CHECK
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to.
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v -yd J* MITCHELL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que.
D. H. BOWEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt., Toronto, Ont.
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg,
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver. B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, 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 damage-
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negli*
gence 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 one-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 addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for 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 for 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 any case for damages, unless the same bc
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 its standard 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
shall 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
are, 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 addressees, 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 on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. FORM T.D. 2 X.
TIME FILED
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH
TELEGRAM
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to.
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/ J. MITCHELL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que.
D. H. BOWEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt., Toronto, Ont.
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W, D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg,
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver. B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, 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 damage-
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated 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 one-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 addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for 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 for 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 any 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 its standard 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 word-
shall 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
ere, 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 addressees, 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 on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject to
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. CANADIAN   PACIFIC  R'Y.  CO.S   TELEGRAPH
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