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Letter from Jim [James Goldie] to J.E. McAllister, February 12, 1930 Goldie, James Feb 12, 1930

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Feb. jt*£h.  1930.
A balance Sheet o^ our hooks  today would show frhe
Llqmid  Assets and Liabilities as  follows.
Liquid Assets
Sundry Aeets,  Feoeivable 594.72
:lash in Bank 5092.^
Sstimated Returns  for
Winter Apples
Advance payment
received on above      EI700.22
$40700,
Estimate of cash still
tobe received   ~—
Estimated Cash Assets
Feb.ESth. 1930.
.Estimated '^ash Liabilities
-19000.00
24687.60
4975.02
Sundry Accounts  Payable £01t17
Wages  payable 321.93
Eeceiver Gen.   (income Tax) 455,72
MeD*n*ld Garage(Spray Machine) 971.20
Sstimated. Sxpense  for  Feb. 1000.§0
..  2quir..ment purchase 700.00
..  bonus  to Goldie 825.00
... allowance for  Income Tax) 500.00
Estimated Cash Liabilities
as at Feb.  EBth.1930 4975.02
Setlasted Surplus still
available        ~ | 19712.5^
Distribution Jmn  Ilth
4000.00
Total 'Sstimated  year Surplus  23712.S^
Amount of Account Sales  received  to date
Cherries
Crabs
Wealthy
nmmi
Mcintosh
net
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*$m%,%%       3435.S4
Wmii   531£*97
tomff
14382,£6
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£3324.69
This Total Wet return is les^  than our original guess by $12X3,    but there
should be a rebate on handling charges of about four Cents a box   ,  which
would reduce  this  difference t* about six or seven hundred*
In estimating -the  returns  for the winters in the above statement we have reduced
our guess on them by ^3100.
SlSOO.   too high*
Our guess on Jonathan alone is siwe  to be
Final figures are not likely to  be available until  the middle of May.
The  Pools  will be closed  fairly early thin  year but  the rebates cannot  be made
much earlier. o
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Feb.   /ftjn.   1950,
A bal^nse Sheet o* our books   t#day would  show jrha
Liquid  Assets and  Liabilities a^  follows*
Liquid  Assets
Sundry Aeets*  feceivable
Stsh  in Bank
Sstimated  Returns  for
Winter Apples $40700.
Advance  payment
received  on above       21700.22
594.72
5092.SS
Estimate of cash still
tobe received   -—*•
Estimated Cash Assets
Feb.23th. 1930.
^.Estimated  Oath Liabilities
•19000.00
24887.30
4975*02
Sundry Accounts  Payable 201,17
Wages  payable 321*93
Receiver (Jen.   (income  Tax) 455t72
McDonald Gara?e(3pray Machine) 971*20
Sstimated  Sxpense   for  Feb. 1000.9.0
. .   3quiY"ment  purchase 700.00
..  bonus  to  3oldie S25.00
..  allowance  for  Income  Tax) 500*00
Estimated  Hash  Liabilities
as  at  Feb.   Mih,Ift3Q 4975*02
Estimated  Surplus  still
available  --.--$  I97I2.5S
Distribution Jan Ilth
4000.00
Total  list imated   year Surplus   23712*5^
Amount  §£ Account  Sales  received   to  date
Cherries
C-rabs
Wealthy
MMmi
Mcintosh
n* t
* •
\vs*fe&
3*4%«&&
I93*6i<-
3431*84
5312*97
I4388#2fl
I     23324*69
This  Total ?Tet  return is  less   than our original guess  by §12123.     but  there
should  be  a  rebate  on handling  charges  of about  four Gents  a   box-  ,   which
would   reduce  this   difference  M  about   elX  if seven hundred#
In estimating tha  returns  for the  winters  in tha above  statement   we have  reduced
our guess on them  by $3X00. Our guess  on  J#nathan ■  is  suite   to  be
IliOO.   too  hi^h. .
Final  figures Bre not  likely to  be available until  the Middle of May.
The  Pools   will  be  closed   fairly early  this   year but   UlS  rebates  cannot   be Made
?nueh earlier. Feb. I2th. 1930
Dear Ut$  McAllister •-
Regarding Income Tax.  Our books now show
one share inyour name f one share in mrs. McAllister^ and 252
shares in the name of D2G.McAllister.
V* declared a dividend of 35;>S in our last Financial Statement
and next month we will send in our report of Wages and Dividends
paid out during 1929.   This will show $35. paid to You
35*  **  *. Mrs. McAllister
$ B320.  ..  .. D.G* McAllister
As I understand it you should report $35. as dividend and
Donald should report the ftSS20.
The question might be raised that the eash for this dividend
was actually paid in 1928 , but as the Dividend was not declared
until 1929 we could not report having paid it :>ut until now* •
I noticed that/had made the mistake in writing the last cheque
and I am glad that it did not eause you any inconvience.  The present
cheque is m^de out to you, but will be charged up Co D.G* McA.
#hen vou come lest This Summer we will have to discuss the
ways and means of handling this present dividend. Also the transferring
the stock back into your name if you wish it*

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