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[File no 340-R, correspondence regarding asking for Asiatic steerage berths and accommodation, Empress… Wing Sang Company 1919

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 October 13th.  20.
J. J. Forster, lsq.f
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services,Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C«
f,Bmpress of Russia* Hovember 18th* 1920*
Dear Sirf**
Baring this time of the year many Chinese are returning
AAiyA^yt^,
to China. On account of which the passenger becomeslpnusually
heivy. And as a rule the bookings from Vancouver are the most
numerous.
I shall be much obliged, if you will reserve for me Two
Hundred (200) Asiatic Steerage berths for the * impress of Russia**
sailing from Vancouver November 18th. 1920.
1 am making this application f$C in advance because I
want to hold the passengers for the Company, and the Tyndareus
of the Blue i**unnel Line is to leave Victoria, B. ۥ on November
l?th. 1920*
Thanking you in anticipation. An early reply will oblige.
Yours Y®ry  truly. THE   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
TRANS-PACIFIC TRANS-ATLANTIC
J.   J.    FORSTER, C.   P.   R.      STATION
GENERAL  AGENT.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT VANCOUVER J&H «       3f   192
IN   REPLY  PLEASE  REFER TO
No.
2277-s
Mr. Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B. U.
HUSSIA JANUARY STEERAGE ACCOMMODATION 12?.
Dear Sir:-
Further to my  letter of December 11.
Take pleasure in advising that I am nowin a
position to offer you 55 more berths this sailing and
would thank you for early advice as to the sale of this
allotment in order that I may be able to offer you c<
further allotment.
Yours very truly,
J. J. FORSTER,
BY /
Oct.   24th,
19.
J.   J.   Fbrster,   2sq.t
General Passenger   *^ent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,   Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
itef.   \'s.   2187-B.
Dear Sir,-
I  beg  to   acknowledge   receipt  of your letter
of  the  22nd   inst giving me  une  Hundred  and   Twenty Five
(12§)   steerage  berths  for the   Mtpress  of   Unset**
H#vemberf   1919   Instead  of 150.
Yours very trul^r,
ytA¥-
■?340-R. CANADIAN   PACIFIC OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT   GENERAL   AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
J. J.  FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION
VANCOUVER        Oct.    22,1919
IN  REPLY  PLEASE  REFER TO
N0" 2187-B
Mr. Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B. G#
RUSSIA NOVEMBER - STEERAGE ALLOTMENT 12?.
Dear Sirs-
Referring conversation several days ago.
Regret to advise I now find it necessary to
reduce your allotment t© 125 this sailing in order
that I may properly take care of business arising
in the territories.
Please acknowledge receipt of this letter
and oblige*
Yours very truly,
J. J. FORSTER.
BY   /^> Oct.  10th.
19.
J.   J.   forster,   Esq.,
General Passenger   Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean  Services,   Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.  C.
Eef.   Mo.   2187~B.
m*m3SlA MGV1MBBR  STUIiAGI  ACOOBKODATIQIIS
De^r Sir,-
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the
8th. Inst, giving me One Hundred %n6.  Fifty (150) steerage
berths for the "Empress of Russia** November, 1919.
I will follow your instruction according to your
letter of the above date.
Kindly advise me if you hear my  further information
regarding spaces in this sailing, I remain*
Yours very tinaly,
# 34Q*»a.
**  - ■■ .... CANADIAN   PACIFIC  OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT  GENERAL AGENCY.   PASSENGER   DEPARTMENT
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
STATION q
VANCOUVER  Oct. O, J-9X9
IN REPLY PLEASE
no 2l87iB
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
Mr. Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B. u.
RUSSIA NOVEMBER - STEERAGE ALLOTMENT 1^0
Dear Sir;-
Your letter of October 7.
Take pleasure in advising that 1 have reserved
for you in connection with the sailing of the "Empress of Russia11
November 27* 150 steerage berths as above noted.
Will thank you to keep your reservations well in
hand in order that# should Montreal wire withdrawing space
this sailing, you may be in a position to do so, without
seriously effecting our interests.
lours very truly,
J. J. PORSTER.
BY  ^ Oct. ?th. 19.
J.   J.  Forater,  Esq.,
General Passenger Age»t,
Canadian Pacific Ocean  Services,   Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
•BagaSoS  Qg RUSSIA11  HQV.   1919.
Dear Sir,-
Please reserve One Hundred and Pifjry (150) Asiatic
Steerage berths for the ♦'Impress of Russia19 sailing it
Vancouver on November, 1919.
An early reply is requested if the above mentioned
steerage berths are ^vailabie.
Thanking you in anticipation, I remain.
Yours very truly, August 30th,
20,
J.   J.   Forster,   Esq.,
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Oce^n  Services,Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
"EMPRESS OF  RUSSIA*   SEPTEMBER 23rd.   1920.
Dear Sir,-
Please reserved One Hundred and Seventy Five (175)
it
Asiatic Steerage berths for the Empress of Russia® sailing
at Vancouver on September 23rd. 1920.
An early reply is requested if the above mentioned
steerage berths are available.
Thanking you in anticipation, I remain.
Yours very truly,
NO.602-A. March 29th.
2C
J. F.   forster,   ^sq.,
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific  Ocean Services,Ltd.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
*£FPri:*:83   OF  RUSSIA11   APRIL 6th.   1920.
Deir Sir,-
Blease reserve Seventy Five (75) Asiatic
Steerage berths for the ^i^apress of Russia11 sailing
at  vanco ?ver,   3.   C.   on   April 8th.  1920.
An early  reply is  requested  if the  9.bove
mentioned  steerage berths  are available  and also
give me  the berths number.
Thanking you  in anticipation,   1  remain.
Yours very truly,
Ho. 240. R. "' A^J^ THE   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
TRANS-PACIFIC TRANS-ATLANTIC
J. J.  FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
C. P. R.  STATION
Vancouver  Jan*   12,1920
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO.    2277-B
Mr.   Yijb  Sang,
Vancouver,   B.   C#
RUSSIA JANUARY -   STEERAGE ACCOMMODATION 1^0.
Dear Sir:-
Further to my  letter of January 3 and confirming
conversation with you this afternoon.
Take pleasure in offering the additional allotment
of 25 steerage berths, making total allotment your office
this sailing 150 berths as above noted*
For your further information I may addfthat for
this sailing at least, we arein a position to offer you
almost unlimited space for a further allotment^after you have
disposed of this extra 25•
Yours very truly,
J. J. FORSTER.
BY  /%■
sn THE  CANADIAN   PACIFIC   OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
TRANS-PACIFIC TRANS-ATLANTIC
J. J. FORSTER.
GENERAL AGENT PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
C. P R.  STATION
VANCOUVER        DOC     11,1919
IN   REPLY  PLEASE  REFER  TO
NO.     2277-3
Mr. Yip Sang,
Vancouver, B# C.
RUSSIA JANUARY - STEERAGE ACCOMMODATION RESERVED 70,
Dear Sir:-
As above noted take pleasure in offering 70
steerage berths your territory and may advise in this
connection that our regular steerage allotment has been
practically cut in two, hence my inability to offer you
further space this sailing.
Kindly acknowledge receipt and oblige.
Yours very truly,
J. J. FORSTER.
BY <^ Oct.   25th. 20.
J.  J.Forstec;  Esq.,
General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Ocean  Services,  Ltd.
Vancouver,   B#   Cm
Ref.  Number 2292-M
"IMPRESS OF RUSSIA11'  NOVEMBER 18th.   1920   STEERAGE.
Dear Sir,-
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the
16th inst. giving me One Hundred (100) Steerage berths for
the wi&ipress of Russia*1 lovember 18th. 1920.
As the above one Hundred berths allotted to me have
now been alreadly disposed of, I beg to apply for further
reservations. Should you be able to offer me any additional
space. Kindly advise me at your earliest convenience.
Thanking you in anticipation,
Yours ver truly,
	 SM.  20-8-20
THE   CANADIAN   PACIFIC   OCEAN   SERVICES,   LIMITED
TRANS-PACIFIC TRANS-ATLANTIC
J. J.  FORSTER,
GENERAL AGENT PASSENGER  DEPARTMENT
C. P.  R.     STATION
VANCOUVER
t.   16-1920
Messrs.  Yip
Chinese
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October  1.
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IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO
NO.
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19.
J.  J.  Forster,  $aq.,
General Passenger  Agent,
Canadian Pacific Ocean Services,   Lt«L
Vancouver,  3.   6.
•IMPRESS OF RUSSIA11   JANUARY 22nd.   1920.
Dear Sir,-
Ilease  reserve  One  Hundred  and  Fifty  (150)   Asiatic
Steerage berths for the   ^Itopress of Russia*  sailing at Vancouver
on January 22nd.   1920.
An early  reply is  requested  if the   ^ftowe mentioned
steerage berths are  available*
hanking you  in  anticipation,   I   remain.
Yours very trul;
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