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Array CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE OF THE GENERAL AUDITOR.
H. L. PENNY,
GENERAL AUDITOR,
hm
Montreal,   January 21st* lios-
1430*
A* 9m  Tennant, £*$*»
travelling Auditor,
Vancouver* P*  B*
Dear Sir :~
I enclose herewith Northern Pacific Railway Company's
authority to check our cars whilst on their line for 190§ .
Please acknowledge receipt and return authority for 19G8 if
not already done  *
Xours truly
General Auditor
■v ^3 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY,
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.    PENNY,
GENERAL   AUDITOR, D* MONTREAL, ^nUd^ itll. 1909       .
A* ff** Eennant* Esq*.*.
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B*C*,
Dear Sir:-
gRAIN C11E0KIMG »
In January last year instructions were sent, to all ^ravelling Auditors
that the Auditing of Grains was to be considered a part of their regular
duties* but from the nunbor of reports received* it is evident that this work
has not been seriously undertaken*
I am therefore again writing to call attention nore particularly to
the importance of this work* and to request that it be taken up systematically
and regularly*
Reports should be sent to ne covered by the usual form 153* a record
of which will be kept* so that neglect of this work may be promptly noticed *.
As stated in Clause #18 of the instructions referred to* many trains
can be checked by one man, and in cases of mail line trains* the Sleeping
Cars can be checked alone *
I trust that your response will be prompt, and that it will not be
necesary to complain of the neglect of this work in future m
Please acknowledge receipt m
Xours truly*
General Auditors CAN^JIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
7'
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.    PENNY,
general auditor _»„ Montreal, February      13th.      1908
X~*^f
1430
^Oa,
A* W* Eexmant,  Esq*, ^Af
travelling Auditor*
VAUCODUB,   . !/ *
Dear Sir:~
AUEHQRm FOR CHECKING OH
RQKCHERN PACIFIC m.  COtS LIME _.
Your letter of Feby* 7th*.
I note what is said therein, but think it more desirable you should hold
the authority* it can be obtained from you by either of the other Auditors,
whenever they are making trip south* and may require it for use returning
it to you when done with * If held by anyone else* their absence from City
might cause inconvenience should it be required • Please advise the two
auditors concerned , so that ajfc occasional checks be made when south of
the line •
lours truly*
i
/
9
General Auditor*
i
' CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY.
H.    L.    PEN&/,
general auditor.
D.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
Montreal, March      25th. 1907
1430
sii Xy3*3yy:d*<:
U* Ws  Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:-
Train Auditing
I enclose herewith authority from the Northern Pacific Ry.
to check our Sleeping and Parlor Cars between Mission Jet* and Seattle
good until December 31st* 1907.
Please acknowledge receipts
Yours truly,
General  Auditor* H.    L.    Pwl^NY,
GENERAL AUDITOR.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
MONTREAL, _ 1 St k*	
I®*
A.  W.   Tennant 3sq. *
Travelling Auditor,
Calvary,  W.   D.
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H.    L.
/ENNY,
GENERAL   AUDITOR.
0.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
Montreal,     October      30,
14    5    0*
1905,
PERSONAL
A.W.Tennant.   Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary.      W.D*
Dear Sir:-
Your letter of October 14th.  enclosing envelope which
covered my letters of October 6th*
I found the envelope of your letter had been steamed and
the muscilage dissolved on arrival here.        If your correspondence is being
opened it will be as well to take extraTprecautions with it*
In the meantime,  I have requested Special Agent Thompson
of Winnipeg to have investigation made.
Yours truly,
General  Auditor. \
H.    L.    PENNY,
GENERAL  AUDITOR.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY,
OFFICE    OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
Montreal,      6      October    1905.
0.
A. W. Term ant.  Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary.    W.B.
18    3    0.
p£RSONAL
Dear Sir:-
Conductor Gallagher.
Referring to yours of September 29th.
As you started out with the intention of checking No.2. and it
was nearly a month since you had checked this Conductor before, it would
have been O.K. to check him again on that.date.
You understand of course* that you can check them at any time,
but it is not advisable to do it so often as to make them think you are
especially picking them out, unless you think there is something wrong,
and a close check will accomplish your purpose.
Yours truly,
7
^7^3/
General Auditor.
yt CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.    PENNY,
general auditor. Montreal,    6    October    1905.
0. 14    3    0.
A. W. Tenn ant.   Esq., ^
Travelling Auditor. «BSOJ\fAL
Calgary.    W.B.
Bear Sir:-
Train No. 11.   September 25th.  Conductor D.McNeill.
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Referring to yours of September 35th.  in which you ask if there is
any objection to your advising District Land Agent,  in connection with
Passenger who was travelling on a land seeker's ticket, which you think
he was not entitled to have,   and was trying to beat Conductor;    would
say,  that there is certainly no objection to your advising him of the
circumstances, but I would not indicate or suggest'any course for him
to take in the matter,   for if ,on your suggestion or request, he was to
refuse to give the party an order,   and it turned out that he was actually
intending to purchase some of our land,   and through his action the sale
was lost,  it might lead to a good deal of trouble.
Let the Land Department do what they think best,  and dont ask or
advise them to take any particular course.
Please say if understood.
t., '""" ""• fix
General  Auditor.
A CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.    PENNY, *.r.rmT-
general auditor. MONTREAL*     4       0ctober     1905.
C* 14    3    0.
;-■;<
A.f*Tennant.  Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary* W.D.
Dear Sir:-
Check Conductor W.K.Thompson,  Train -No*9f  Sept. 25.
Referring to your report of September 24th*  re the above.
You do not mention anything re tickets issued by Porter in Parlor
Car.      I presume he was not checked,   account of your being alone or
lack of time.
Please advise if this is the case, and if so, I shall be obliged
if you will, in future, when Porters are not checked, mention same in
report.
In the case of Passenger riding in Parlor car, on a second class
ticket;    you should have taken this up with Porter,  to see what explanation
he had to offer for same. Will you kindly do so should a similar
case occur.
Yours truly,
y /yji>X^
General  Auditor*
! ^_^__  ...—_—   	 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.    PENNY,
GENERAL  AUDITOR. MONTREAL,      23 Sept.       1905.
C. 14    3    0.
A.W*Tennant.   Esq.,
Travelling Auditor. ^__«r%MAl_
Calgary. W.D. ££*WJft/***
Dear Sir:-
Report ?30>  T^ain Ho* 10,  Conductor Thompson.
Referring to yours of September 2nd.
I think it would be advisable for you to bear Conductor Thompson,
in mind,  and arrange at a favorable opportunity to check him again to
see if instructions you have given, have been carried out.      Win you
please do so.
In regard to the Conductor afterward giving you return portion of
ticket,  and claiming it covered traveller;  while that may be correct in
this case,  it would be as well,  should another case of this kind occur,  to
take number and date of the return ticket,  and ascertain name of traveller
is possible,  and get his certificate number,  and it would then be possible
to ascertain if this man had actually travelled on the going portion,
if
that is,  he was in the vicinity that date.
Will you kindly keep this in mind should another case of this
nature arise,  as it is possible he only bought to Mirdrie,  and Conductor
covered him from that point to Calgary with a ticket he had held
out of previous collection.
7y
Yours truly
c*
General   Alitor.
• jj/YiX CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L.   (      NNY,
'general auditor. T*J*C* Montreal,    2 May 1§05#
14 39,
A* W# Tenn ant* Esq., $*B&SQf-
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary* W.DD.
Dear Sir:-
Ohecking of Trains on Main Line.
Y©ur letter of March 28th. advising me of party having been
called in for some irregularity.
I shall be glad if you will tak© aa—gayiy. ^w, of completing
this transaction if he has since returned to duty.
Yours truly,
M
717
Generi Auditor. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
'_ ..rala'ud.tor. T.J*C. MONTREAL,      18  April  1905.
14 3 0.
A.W. Tennant. Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary.    W.D.
Dear Sir:-
Train Auditing.
PERSONAL
:\M
Since your letter of September 1st.   acknowledging mine of August 26th.
I have had seven reports of Train Audits from, you, which in each case
vras done alone. This ±$ very satisfactory,  and I desire to express my
appreciation of your work in this particular.
Regular work of this kind will have a beneficial effect on the
accounting and I trust you will continue to devote'such time as you are
able to this part of your duties.
Acknowledge receipt.
* Yours truly,
x
General Auditor. \
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
■*. OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H      L      P ^m! N Y
'general auditor.   T.J*C. 14 3 0. Montreal,    March 7,  1905.
A.W.Tennant.Esc. , 3NAL
Travelling Auditor,
Calgary.    W.D.
Dear Sir:-
I 'am desirous of having CondgCctor Niblock on the Crows Nest Branch
and Conductor Burton, between MooseJaw end Medicine Hat,checked at the earliest
possible,date* You can omit the Sleeping Cars, that is so faras Porters are
concerned,  if this will facilitate matters.
Win you make the necessary arrangements for another Auditor to
assist you,   advising me.
Yours truly,
General Auditor. CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE   GENERAL AUDITOR.
T.J.O,
Montreal, November IS, 1904.
14 3 0.
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER   TO...
A* W# Tennant. Esq., PE
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary* W*D.
Dear Sirs-
I should like to have one or two Train Checks made on the
Crows Nest Branch if it can be arranged.   Please advise me what your
prospects are of doing this work within the next week or so.
Yours truly,
General Auditor.
m \ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE   GENERAL  AUDITOR.
o
T. J* C*
Montreal, October 24f1904,
14 3 0*
in your reply refer to...
A.W*Tennant.Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary.W*D*
Dear Sir:-
Report Ho*614, Train Audit.
PERSONA!
Yours of October 18th.   I do not think that Conductors request
to show tickets will be any draw back to the Audit, but rather the contrary,
should there be any passengers without transportation, they would be just as
much alive to the fact of a check, if nothing was said;  It seems to me that
if you muzsle the Conductor, you are likely to lose more by his silence, than
would be gained*
It seems to be an advantage to have the Conductor accompany the Auditor
through the train, and I would not make it disagreeable for him to do so*
Yours truly,
O
/ /A3>
General Auditor*  /
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-7 CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
9 OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L-    PENNY,
genera auditor. Montreal, September JL, 190 4...
T#J*C* 1430.
A*W*Tennant.Ssq*, * p
Travelling Auditor*
#al$ary*    W*D,
Dear Sir:-
Re. Prince Albert Branch*
1bur letter of September 4th* confiirms the information I already possess
as to the condition of matters on the above.   The suggestion you make is
adlright if the other party is willing, his "factotum" should not know of it.
lours truly,
X/y
General Auditor.
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF THE  GENERAL  AUDITOR.
7
MONTREAL,
S.J.o.
IN  YOUR   REPLY   REFER   TO..
A* W* Tenant. %>,
pEBSO^
M
Oalga^y*    W*D.
a;v,
the
of work of tl
,et* months at al3
to thi
.ctory, m
. of your
Sours truly,
)r» CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY. >
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR
H.    L.    PENNY,
GENERAL  AUDITOR. MONTREAL,- «J.Uly 1.6.., 190 Am
T*J*C* 14 3 0*
PERSONAL
A. W#Tennant*Esq*,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary* W*D*
Bear Sir:-
Please arrange to make check of trains on the C*& E*& Q*A*L.L.Ry#
as soon as possible*
Yours truly,
-
General Auditor* CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE   GENERAL  AUDITOR.
T.J.C.
M
ONTREAL,     May 11,1904«
IN   YOUR   REPLY   REFER   TO.
1430.
A.W.Tennant.Esq.,
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary.
r.D.
PERSON AV
Dear Sir:-
Report No.555,
I reported to General Superintendent Jamieson the interference
m.
^Ca^33
by Brakeman ?rhen epaged in train audit, and am advised under of 4th.inst.
that the natter has been taken up in such a wayifthat it is not likely to
occur again.
Yours truly*
General Auditor, CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THS   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
L gePnEeraNlYaud»tor. 1430. MONTREAL,      October,  3rd.  1903.
A*W.Tennant, Esq.,
Travelling Auditor. PERSONAL
Mofttroali  Que?
-&XA^C/f&7*9<y    77m*^
Dear Sir. {
Train Ckecking.
In future you will take advantage of any opportunity that presents
itself, to check trains whilst travelling on the business of the Department;
there should be many occasions where the time occupied, in going from one
station to another, could be provitably employed in this way.
Many Branch line traifis ( and main line trains when not too heavy)
could be checked by one man. If alone, and there are sleeping cars in the
train, you can omit checking the Porter, or on another trip check the Porter
only.    If you require assistance, you can arrange for another Auditor to
help you. The Auditing of trains mtist be considered part of your duty,
of course, you will exercise judgement as to the frequency that the same train
is checked, but the moral influence of a systematic and frequent train Audit9
can scarcely be over-rated.
Xours truly*
General Auditor* CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
_..-FICE  OF  THE  GENERAL  AUDITOR.
MONTREAL August     8th     1902.
1430.
A. W. Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, C.P.R.,
Calgary, Alba.
Dear Sir:-
Report #'580 Train No. 2, August 1st. Betwwn Morle? & Cochrane.
Regarding transportation of Sleeping Car passengers left in their possession. It you will refer to Porter's book of Rules #5? you will notice that the
intention there is that when a change of Conductors is made after passengers will
/idtm/l    / 3
have retired, the first Conductor win take up the passage tickets, and berth
checksf enclose same in an envelope and hand to Porter* The incoming Conductor
will receive same from Porter ,check them over and hand them back to the Porter.
It would not appear that this train comes under the above conditions, and
therefore passengers transportation was properly in their hands* I am aware that
Porters frequently lift passengers transportation for the night whether a change of
Conductors is to be made or not, but I do not know of any rule requiring them %o
do so except as before mentioned*
I might say that this matter is receiving attention with the idea of
ing some change in the rule, and so facilitate the checking of trains after Sleeping
car passengers have retired.
mak-
Yours trulyt
*
General Auditor. /^ CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY,
OFFICE   OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
L   GENERAL AUDITOR MONTREAL, Jtlly 11th 1902*
1430.
A. W. Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, C.P.R*,
Calgary, Alba.
Dear Sir:-
The General Superintendent has advised me that it has been brought to
his notice that evasion of fares is being perpetrated on the line between Calgary
and Edmonton and Regina &  Prince Albert* These trains were advised to you on Feb*
8th and 19th for auditing,and you have made some checks ther% I should like you
to check up the trains as soon as possible*
lours truly.   a
General Auditor* o
W.B.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    AUDITOR   OF   AGENCIES.
C.   J.    BLACK,
AUDITOR  OF AGENCIES
309400.   IK
A. W. Tennant, Esq.,
Asst. Travelling Auditor,
Calgary,  W.D.
MONTREAL,
July  9,
•02,
Dear Sir,
Your letter June 29th re train checking received.  I note your
explanation and have also had Mr. Penny note*
With regard to Mr. Wright, as you are aware» I have called him
to Winnipeg where he will be held for a week or two on work in connection with
the Dining Car Department.   If you require him again, please advise me.
Yours      truly,
Aug.  of Agencies. r
0                        CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY,
OFFICE   OF   THE   GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.   L.    PENNY,
GENERAL AUDITOR.                                                                                                                              MONTREAL,           Jjgy          31st               1902.
1430.
A.'W.   Tennant Esq.,
Travelling  Auditor,  C.P.R.,
Calgary>  Alba.
Dear Sir:-
If in the future trouble arises with Commercial Travellers whilst you
are engaged in train checking please let me have following information with your
report.  Certificate number,name of Traveller, and the name of the firm.
J Yours truly. J
General Auditor. H.    L.    PENNY,
GENERAL AUDITOR.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
MONTREAL,   May      21st      1902,
1450.
A.W.Tennant Ksq.,
Calgary, Alba.
Dear Sir:-
On February 19th I wrote you about Conductors on the Main Line west of
La?gan, and I shall be glad to have a report from you as soon as possible.
Yours truly.
General Auditor. CANA^'AN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE   OF   THE  GENERAL  AUDITOR.
MONTREAL       MaY        16th
1902.
1430.
A. W. Tennant Esq.,
Travelling Auditor, C.P.R.,
Calgary , MHH. Alba.
Dear Sir:-
Your Report No. 551.
Had there been more time it would have been desirable perhaps to have had
Conductor take up these passengers tickets that were leaving the train whilst
check was in progress. Under the circumstances, however, the best thing was done,
as
andAthis is the first occa»sion,that this point has been raised in our train checking,and I do not think it necessary to issue explicit rules on the matter; it is
one of those cases where the circumstances must govern.
Yours truly.
General Auditor. MARIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
-"OFFICE.  OF  THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
m
ontreal    February    19th    1902*
143Q*
A* W. Tennant Esq.,
travelling Auditor, C.P.R.,
Calgary, Man.
Dear Sir:-
I send you herewith a list of Conductors on your division which it is
desirable to have checked (when in charge of trains carrying passengers)*
Some of them only run occasionally,but I wish you would take an early opp*rtunity
of Auditing them.
It is not intended that this work should interfere with any appointments
jnade for you by the Auditor of Agencies,but I wish to have an early start made so
that the Auditing may be systematized,and become a regular feature of your duties*
Please acknowledge receipt.
Yours truly.
id
General Auditor. W* H. Elson*
J. Herchmer.
J. Hopgood.
A. McDonald
A. Penser.
D. W. Stevens-
r. H. Cunliffe/ ■
JT. A. Burton.
Thos. White. / *l/>
T. C. Terry. *
f*  Crawford.
R.  Nelson.
Geo.  Noble.
A. Marsh.
Geo.  Hysop.
S.   D.  McMicken /
S.  Holdsworth./
S.   Hold^orth./
S.   D.  McMicken.t^
6 * y^uk **^^
HI
A. W* Tennant.
PACIFIC DIVISION.
List of Conductors to be Checked.
4
Laggan to Kamloops,
do.      do.
do.      do.
do.
do.
do,
do,
do.      do.
WESTERN DIVISION*
Moose Jaw to Medicine Hat.
do. do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
Medicine Hat to Laggan,
do.      do.
do.
do.
do.      do.
North Portal to Moose Jaw.
do.       do.
do.       do.
Regina to Prince Albert.
do       do.
P\m&$&my$!mmm*
- CAN^IAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
/ICE  OF  THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
rONTREAL pebruary 8th*   1902*
1430*
A*W.Tennant Esq.
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary*
Dear Sir,
Train Checking.
I send you herewith a list of Conductors on your Division whom it is desire-able to have checked (when in charge of trains carrying passengers) some of them b&
\ay only run occasionally,but I wish you would take an early opportunity of auditing
them* It is not intendedthat this work should interferewith any appointments made
for you by the Auditor of Agencies, but I wish to have an early start made, so that
the Auditing may be systematisedfand become a regular feature of your duties.
You will arrange with Mr Sullivan or Mr Western for any assistance you reqif
ire. Please acknowledge receipt.
Yours Truly.
7,7
7 I df /  //
General Auditor.
J
Calgary and Edmonton Ry*
onton ftw.
77
S.W^dark . T.R.Ilett .D.Mc/Neill .  Gallagher.
1 1 H.    L     PENNY,
GENERAL  AUDITOR.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
MONTREAL,
June 15th.   1§01
A.W.Tennant.Esc.
*•*«..«.**♦*»#»• «^***. ***#**■*. ♦
Sjraitft&l 'itor,
V?tmTmmt.*******..*
Dear Sir/-
rcial Travellers Certificates.
* . * »'*#»#**#****. *   $  *
In performing your duties as Skfe&ii Auditor circumstances may arise
when it- will be necessary to examine the Certificates held by Commercial !    lei
t£& I hat the 1   resident has decide    ;.:-
• \tor is an AGE H 1 of the Company and aa such is eatitl'
hose certificates11.
Id your request for sa    refused you m*f  ask Conductor to obtain
it for you*
Lei mo hav- full   :.rt ineludir    of Certificate and name of Ooaraercial
Traveller in all ca;. for certificate is made.
lours   truly
t, y
General Auditor, H.    L-    PENNY,
GENERAL  AUDITOR.
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
- 1071 - Montreal,   16th May 1901.
A* W. Tennant* Esq*
Travelling Auditor«
Calgary* W* D*
Dear Sir -
Please acknowledge receipt of my letter of May the 4th, advising
you to discontinue train checking until further notice*
Yours truly,
General Auditor.
       -*__»__, CAhT^AM   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
=   OFFICE  OF THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
- 1071 - MONTREAL,       4th May  1901*
A* W* Tennant. Esq*
Travelling Auditor*
Calgary* W* D*
Dear Sir -
Please discontinue train checking until you hear further from me«
Yours truly,
' '    1AX
,./,
* >.
General Auditor. r
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CAN     JAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
- 1071 -
MONTREAL,      29th April  1901.
h*  W. Tennant. Esq.
Travelling Auditor.
Calgary - W. D.
-■•'
Dear Sir m
Referring to yours of April the 23rd, regarding Conductor Terryfs
change of run* You will check him on the present run at the first opportunity*
Regarding Conductor Flett. I note that you will bear this man in
mind* and check him when he is next running on a passenger train*
Yours truly,
General Auditor* CA      DIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO,
OFFICE  OF  THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
L
- 1071 -
MONTREAL,
20th April 1901*
A* W* Tennant* Esq*
Travelling Auditor*
Calgary.
Dear Sir -
Please arrange to check Conductors J* H. Cu^nlltfe, between
Moosejaw and Medicine Hat; R. Nelson, between Medicine Hat and Laggan, and
* ■
J* Hopgood, between Laggan and Kamloops.
Yours truly,
General Auditor. CA^):DIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE   GENERAL AUDITOR.
- 1071 -
Montreal, i7th April 1901*
A* W* Tennant* Esq*
Travelling Auditor*
Calgary - Alba*
Dear Sir -
- Check of Train No* 2* -
Yours of April the 1st seems to indicate that my letter of March the
18th was not understood. Please refer to Instructions regarding Checking
Train Accounts. Vice Presidents authority mentions that the lowest nui&-
C3l/<    y- y **~<.yX  (st-Je
bered hat checks will be isst*«d. Clause 3 reiterates this} the idea is
that the hat checkstearing lowest number shall be sent in with report*
Yours truly,
77    A
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• l  ! i
General Auditor.
X' CAN    MAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE   OF  THE  GENERAL AUDITOR.
m £071 **
MONTREAL,      15th April 1001*
km  W* Tennant* Ssq*
travelling Auditor*
Calgary. Alba*
Dear Sir ~
m Check of frain Ito* 86, April 5th* lour report #144,
Conductor W* Gallagher*
Although I gave this ©onductor twice in my letter to you^ showing him
on each branch, the object was not to have him checked twice, but to give
you a choice of Branches in making check* As, however, the Conductors
check was not altogether satisfactory on the Edmonton Section# I think it
desirable to make another check shortly on the Mckeod Branch*
lours truly,
General Auditor. CA.   \DIAM   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
OFFICE  OF  THE   GENERAL AUDITOR.
- 1071 -
MONTREAL, 10th April 1901*
A. W* Tennant. Esq.
Travelling Auditor*
Calgary* Alba.
Dear Sir -
Replying to yours of the 5th inst, regarding mine of March the
21st* It does not make any difference whether the train you are to check
is a night train or a day train* You will notice in letter of Instructions
to you, you are told that passengers who have retired are not to be dis**
turbed; and it is not necessary to disturb them* The Porter always should
have his duplicate half of any checks issued, and if the checks given to
you correspond with all the berths occupied, that is sufficient for your
check. In other words, - Berths for which he does not give you a check
are supposed to be unoccupied* this you can verify by looking through the
car* Please say if you now understand how the check should be made*
Yours truly,
General Auditor* f
CANADIAN    PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY.
OFFICE    OF   THE    GENERAL   AUDITOR.
H.    L-    PENNY,
GENERAL AUDITOR.
- 1071 -
Montreal,     gist March 1901.
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40
A. W* Tennant* Esq*
Travelling Auditor*
Calgary ~ Alba*
Dear Sir -
- Checking Trains. -
7
Please take an early opportunity of checking the following trains on
your Division: -
V* Gallagher,     Calgary & McLeod*
¥* itallaghar , Calgary & Edmonton*
W* Crawford,
B. Kelson*
Terry*
Holsworth,
Flett,
"MedicineHKt^"^"TSggan.
M&Qgfejwt &  £S^<K£i|*e Bflt*
Medicine Hat &  Laggan.
Medicine Hat & Laggan.
legina &  Prince Albert*
Calgary & McLeod*
Yours truly,
General Auditor.

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