Skaguay, Sunday, June 30, 1912.
The Motor section cars arrived on the Dolphin and one of them was loaded yesterday for Greenough: think it moved today on "powder" train. I had T.J.S. send a supply of gasoline on this train to Caribou for use on the Motor Car; Grashel is going to Caribou with the car to show Williams how to run it: it went up to the Shops yesterday; will probably go to Caribou in day or two. No invoices have been received for these cars so the only thing we could do was to use the figure given in Mr. Dickeson's letter ordering the cars and we couldn't tell whether that was the cost of both cars or each of them so we took the safe side and billed Greenough's at $675. If that is the price for both cars he may have trouble in getting a refund of the excess duty from the Canadian Customs. We used $675. for the Customs but added freight, etc., on the bill for collection. However, if the regular invoices from the Buda Company show two cars for $675. I presume a refund can be arranged from the Customs. Copy of letter to T.J.S. enclosed.