were as kind as ever. Left $50.00
with Myers to paper & Kalsomine
our house - sorted the mail, signed
a lot of official papers & returned to
the boat where we were called upon by
a number of our friends. Heilig,
Hess & Mr. Charles remain here, but
Mr. & Mrs. Perry & others come aboard.
Passed 40 Mile at noon - at Dawson
at 11 p.m., but owing to the slowness of the
customs officers we remained on board till
morning, though those who resided in Dawson
were permitted to go ashore about 12 oclock.
At Regina Hotel for breakfast - visited with