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Letter from J. E. [John Edgar] McAllister to Mr. [James] Goldie, May 31, 1916 McAllister, John Edgar May 31, 1916

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15   KING   STREET   WEST
TORONTO
May 31st, 1916,
Jas, Goldie Esq,
Okanagan Centre, B.C,
Dear Sir:
I have your letter of the 21st and have written Lambert to
know when there will be~&&p money available to pay off the amount owing
Rainbow by Bellevue for hogs.     Have also asked him about the ton
of wheat which you agreed to take.      Until I can get out there it
is almost impossible for me to tell how^things are going, as I have not
been able to get the information from LMlSoFt injirdejc  to drrte^ yp  the
books.
I quite a
and myself if he qu
that hi has put for
was no easy thing t<
he certainly has.
and when his expectations
This,coupled with the fa
the few items of inform.
accounts, probably gets/ o
pay, the arrangement wi"
7$
)th Lambert
ha^ef/backed him in everything
^hpbughout last year when it
*ver had a chance to make &ood,
his optimism carries him away,
realized he becomes discouraged*
:hat he seems to find it impossible to get
forward to me necessary for keeping the
his nerves, but unless he can make the place
of course terminate itself sooner or later.
In a letter written on the 22nd, he speaks of a heavy frost
which has done considerable damage to the orchard, but beyond this
everything seems to be moving along there alright.
Hoping that all is going well with you.
Yours very trujy,
P.S. -Thanks for the small photographs,  1/gather from your letters/that we are at
last going to come out ahead at Rainbow this year if no serious setback happens.  This is surely good news^ana I know will be to Dormer also.
In my letter to Lambert to-day I have again asked him for a statement of
sundry debtors as of March 1st, and the Vernon Fruit Union credit account of
produce shipped to them.  This, with the value of potatoes and any other
produce he had on hand at March 1st is the information I am short of, and if
when you see him, you could see that he gets this to me it would help out.
JEM/T

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