Edward Maughan Atkin
Excerpt:inadequate. In cases where there has been a margin of any considerable amount it has been found almost indispensible, to enable the Elders to make themselves presentable for travelling, for which reason I have not felt justified in recommending a reduction of the fares. I hope to make arrangements with one of the Saints, who is going to Zion this month, for an exchange of money, whereby I will obtain sufficient funds, at your last mentioned rates, for the return fares of Elders J ...
Excerpt:Gisborne, New Zealand Feby 14th 1893. President Wilford Woodruff and Counselors. Salt Lake City Dear Brethren; The two letters from Brother Reynolds containing £15.0.0 for a brother Fryer, and $2500 in green backs for Elder Nebeker came safely to hand. We will require four Elders to take the places of Elders that will be released to return home about July 15th they should come by the Steamer which is booked to leaveDates:February 14, 1893
Excerpt:Auckland New Zealand July 14 1893 Presidents W. Woodruff and Counselors Salt Lake City, Utah. U. S. A. Dear Brethren, Elders J. M. Hendry, J. M. Hixson, J. G. Nelson and Ewd. Atkins having performed a good faithful mission in this land have been honorably released and will leave tomorrow per "S. S. Monowai" for Zion. [sideways text] ^2 more Elders^ [end of sideways text] In addition to the ...Dates:July 14, 1893