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First Victoria directory, third issue, and British Columbia guide, comprising a general directory of… Mallandaine, Edwd. (Edward), 1827-1905 1869

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Array FELL & FIBLJlYBOI,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
GROCERlEagPROVISIONa FRUIT, IC,
AND
GENERAL ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN,
FORT STREET, VICTORIA. V I.
Have always on hand an assortment of the Choicest Articles that can bo
obtained, to rival the best Groceries on the Pacific Coast, and the belt Wines.
Fell's Coffee will, upon trial, be fout.d to bare no equal.
All Goods, whether for the Royal N-v/ at Esquimalt, Merchant Ships,
Traders, or a'ny part of the City or Suburbs, will be securely packed and
promptly delivered Free of Cost.
Fresh Eggs and Butler received every week from the Outlaying Districts.
flgg" ALWAYS ASK FOR FELL'S COFFEE AT THE MINES.
THIRD   ISSUE,
AND
BRITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE.
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1869.
A. B. CRAY.
GrOTTVE! ELS? 3MLE2I«a"a?   STREET,
V^ICTOKIA. V. I.
IMPORTER OF
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New   Goods   received   Overland    monthly
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BRITISH COLONIST PRINT, VICTORIA, B. C. aovERisr]Nd[E]srT steert,
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
IMPORTING   STATIONERS
AND
It BOOKSELLERS,
have all the facilities of supplying every article in their line.
Keep on band and en route sufficient to meet immediate orders.
Are prepared to furnish nearly every variety of Stationery in ase, with
peculiarity of form required, including Printing, Ruling and Binding.
On hand—Admiralty Coast Charts, Photographic Albums, Mathmetical
Instruments,• fine Pocket Cutlery, Gold Pens, Copying Presses, Printing and
Wrapping Paper, Music—manuscript and printed.
Receive subscriptions for Blackwood's Magazine, and the English Quarterly
Reviews.
Have on band tbe most standard and popular books upon Science and Art,
History, Religion, Law, Medicine and Schools, Novels, Juvenile andVToy Books.
THOMAS RUSSELL, ~~
COR&ER OF FORT AED BLANCHARD STREETS,
VICTORIA, B. C.
Goods delivered to any part of the City and Esquimalt Free of Charge.
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OEIENTAL    MARKET,
fort Street near Blaochard, Victoiia, B. G.
SHIPPING SUPPLIED.
STAFFORD & HICKIN,
QUEEN'S  MARKET.
(Corner Government & Johnson streets.) Dispensing Chemi
English Prugs. Chemicals Patent Medici
and Perfumery.
JtlLEY'g
LANGLEY  STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
If: G. BAILEY
Pegs to return thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for past
favors, and to inform them that he is still to be found at his Old Stand,
where every attention i3 paid to the comfort of his Patrons.
I Attached to the HOTEL is a BAR, where the Best of
WINES,   SPIRITS   ANB GIGAftS
WILL BE FOUND.
A Fire-proof SAFE io the House
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Wines, Spirits and Cigars,
Corner of Waddington  Alley & Yates Street.
W. P. MARSH       -       -      -       Proprietor.
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AND   DEALER  IN
PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW  GLAS
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT.
Fcrt St., ab3V3 Douglas- Residence, tcp of Fort st,
PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD, OR LEASED,
AND BENTS  COLLECTED.
Loans Negotiated and Money Invested.
jgg^*Conveyances, Leases, Mortgages, Powers of Attorney, &c,
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VICTORIA, V. I.
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MANUFACTURER OP AND DEALER IN
ISLAR3) LUMBER &SPARS
IMPORTER OP AND DEALER IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, ROSEWOOD AND ALL KINDS OF DRESSED
LUMBER, MOULDINGS, &C
VICTORIA, V I. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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EN, SEEDSIEII FLORISTS,
YATES AND COOK STREETS,
VICTORIA.-
Fruit Trees & Bushes, Evergreen & Deciduous Shrubs,
GREENHOUSE ANu OTHER FLOWERINS  PLANTS
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Victoria Nursery and Seed Establishment.
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NURSERY   &   SEEDSMEN,
LANDSCAPE   CAR.DENERS, &C-,
Have always on hand Large and Select Stocks of
Fruit Trees, Bushes, Ornamental Trees &
Shrubs, Roses, &c.
CHOICE   QREENHOUSBPLANTS &BTJLBS,
And every Garden re}uisite always in Stock.
Agents for Messrs Vietch & Sons, London.
SEED  STORR OCCIDENTAL BUILDIXGS.
NURSERY GROUNDS FORT STREET.
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House, Sign & Ornamental Painter,
DEALER  IN
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, PAPER HANGINGS, &c.
[ESTABLISHED   1858.
Yates Street, near Government Street, VICTORIA, B. C.
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WHAEF STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
GSWEBAIi AGENT FOR Til E
Imperial IFire Insurance Co.,
Pacific Marine^Insuranee Cc>
Glasgow life Insurance Co.
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Boots & Shoes, Blankets, &cJ?
WHARF STREET. VICTORIA, V I.
LONDON OFFICE :   31 Great St. Belens,~Bishopsgate St., London.
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ENGLISH MERCHANDISE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IIST DRY GOODS. <feO.
MASONIC HALL.  BU5LDING.
GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B. C.
DAVID GREEN,
''GMMer & fei©ral ©itfttte
OLIVER'S BUILDING,
GOVERNMENT STREET, NEAR JOHNSON STREET.
COLONIAL "HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
This well-known Hotel has been enlarged by the addition of a Brick Building,
WITHJANDSOMELY FURNISHED BEDROOMS AND PARLORS,
Under the Supervision of Madame Ernest.
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR LADIES ?AND FAMILIES.
S. DRIARD, Proprietor.
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TOWNSEND & GIFFEN Proprietors.
Cor. Fort and Broad streets, Victoria-, B. C.
HE BEST WINES, LIQUORS* CIGAR
N. B.—A FIRST RATE BILLIARD TABLE
TAILOR   .A2STD   DYER,
CLOSEBTC- EB^OVATED dt REPAIRED.
Yates Street, nexUo Wells, Fargo * Co.'s
VICTORIA, V. I.■ ■ VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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GOVERISTMElSrT   STREET*
Next to the Mason's Building, Victoria, V. I., B. 0.
A well selected stock of fine Gold and Silver Watches and Jewellery always
on hand
REPAIRING in all its Branches done and GUARANTEED.
Jewellery made to order.    Hf5^= Visitih1. Cards Pbiktkd.
Order? from British Columbia and Puget Sound solicited and promptly atten'ed  to,
WATCHIAKERJEWELLERfflGRAIR
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Near St. Nicholas Hotel.
Cleaned, Repaired and Warranted.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JEWELLERY MADE TO ORtDER.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING NEATLY EXECUTED.
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JOHNSON St., opposite ORIENTAL ALLEY J
JAMES ORR, 3P2ro^>arlotoi*.
Fancy Cake and Bread Bakery,
FORT St., next to FELL & FINLAYSON'S
Victoria and the Vicinity Supplied.     Orders executed at the ehorteit notice- AJN"    OFEICIAX,    LIST,   &c,  «fcc,
BY EDWD. MALLANDAINE,
ARCHITECT.
VICTORIA, V. I.,
PUBLISHED BY E. MALLANDAINE.
T. N. HIBBEN k CO., and D. SPENCER, Victoria, V. I.; A. ROMAN & CO.,
Bookseller, Agent, Montgomery street, San Francisco, Cal.,
and all Booksellers.  FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
PREFATORY   REMARKS.
The lateness of the appearance of the present work, which
was unavoidable, is the author's apology for the shortness of the
general remarks he has to offer.
In a political sense, matters being now somewhat settled, the
Colony of British Columbia seems to require for its prosperity :—
1.—A revision of the tariff, whereby articles capable of being
produced here shall pay such a duty as shall encourage home
production, while other things shall be admitted with almost
nominal duty.
2.—The setting aside of a comparatively large sum for public
works, of which the collateral advantage would be the offering
of employment to»new arrivals.
3.—The execution of public works at periods when a dearth of
other employment is most likely to occur.
4.—The setting aside yearly of a certain sum for the purpose
of assisting population to these shores, paid agents in Enrope
and a line of vessels to form part of the scheme.
This is the more necessary when the inmates of English
poor-houses are compelled by law to emigrate, and we find numbers of skilled workmen co-operating to settle up the lands ot the
States.
5.—The forming of good trunk roads, if in this island, say
from this port to every available harbor on its shores ; by which
is meant a good summer road completely cleared, say from five
to six yards wide ; and the tall timber cut down say, 100 feet
wide. It is a fact that many men will travel along a main track
and explore right and left; but who, naturally, will not travel
through the unbroken forest or over the pathless waste. These
roads would offer immediate employment to new arrivals at a
certain small figure of remuneration, and could be paid for half
in land. *T
PREFATORY REMARKS.
6.—The initiation of a liberal land system; the suggestion is
to fix upon enough (or ten to twenty holdings, say 50 to 100 acres
each, as free grants, say 10 "miles.apart, on these trunk roads.
Actual residence and improvements, on p\in cf forfeiture, to be a
sine qua non. These fixed stations would invite settlements
around and facilitate the sale of adjoining lands.
7.—An intelligible and fixed Indian policy by which the natives would know what would be done with and to them.
Let certain  allotments on a  liberal  scale be made to them
as near as possible to their present  camps.    Let them  be  compelled to reside there.   Let a certain yearly sum be expended to
provide them with a resident agent and assistants if necessary.
Let them be improved first by being taught how to secure
comfortable shelter, then shown how to grow or procure abundant food and clothing. Having ;i friend at hand to advise aud
assist they will gradually improve ; possibly acquire some useful
trade. After this will be time enough to teach reading and
writing and the improvement of the menta' and moral powers.
It is to be regretted that the very reverse of this has been the
system hitherto followed.
To recapitulate, we want then :
1.—A revision of the tariff to exclude goods that can here
be produced, and vice versa.
2.—A liberal and regular outlay on public works ; and
3.—The execution of these when labor is cheapest.
4.—A thoughtful and economical immigration scheme :
5.—The forming of numerous, trunk roads;
6.—A liberal land system and free grants ;
7.—An intelligible Indian policy ; and to add
8.—A grant of public money for the establishment of any
new line of industry, such as the opening of a new coal
or copper mine or a fishery, to be paid after, say, five
years, existence of the latter.
With these eight suggestions, carried out in their integrity (and
many others crowd on the mind such as the revision of our
mining laws Ac, with a view to facilitate fie investing of foreign capital) we can afford to let stand such weightier matters as
Confederation and Reciprocity with the States. The latter to be
advantageous must be a mutual want, and the former, if it comes, PREFATORY   REMARKS.
13
the author firmly believes, will be at the most innocuous, incapable of dointr us material good, without an Atlantic and Pacific
railway on British ground.
Ooe thing may be taken as quite certain : without CoDfedera"
tion the transcontinental railway will never be built ; and in
the author's opinion, without the railway (for a waggon road
would be simply nowhere) the results of Confederation, if not
prejudicial, would be simply nil. But with the railway, we cannot help adding, a future worth calling one is before this Colony.
Its vast mineral werlth of the regular English type, its exceeding harbor facilities, and its position relatively to China, the Sandwich Islands, India or Australia, all point to wealth and greatness. Even Free Port, which again has its advocate,s would fade
into insignificance.
But when will English statesmen learn to treat public questions
with a view to Imperial interests ? and not in a spirit of pandering to popularity and economical views !
It will only be necessary, shortly, to allude to tne sudden demise of our late Governor. His absence in the North at the
time of the celebration of the Queen's birthday was felt by all.
His unexpected removal from us by death, on the 10th inst.,
drew forth the largest funeral attendance, as a token of respect.
E. M.
[FOR STATISTICS SEE INDEX.]
Erratum—la last issue, page 17, line 16, for £4000 to £5000, read £3000 to
£4000
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IONEER SIRUP, SODA k CIDER WORKS,
Peppermint and. Ginger Beer.
FORT ST., NEAR BLANCHARD ST,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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GOVERNMENT STREET,
HEAR JOHNSON STREET.
in\LM  ALPH a. BETIOAIi
LIST OF NAMES.
Abernethy Mrs., Blanchard street
Adams J. R., Douglas street, W. side
Adams Daniel Fowler, carpenter, Douglas street, E. side
Adams A Beaven, general outfitters,   Government street and
Trounce alley
Adams Robt. H., (See Adams A Beaven) resid. Blanchard st.
Adamson Mrs., road to Cary Castle
i Caha, Foul Bay road
i Chin, Fairfield Fstate, Victoria district
i Ching, laborer, Fort street
i Choo. oysterman, Fort street
i Chu, laborer. Fort street
i Ching, res. Cormorant street
a Chung, wood dealer, Johnson street
i Chow, cook, Comorant street
i Coy. Foul Bay road
i Fork, washerman, Johnson street
i Funar, hired man, road to Cary Castle
laborer, Mount Tolmie cross-road
lodging-house keeper, Cormorant street
., laborer, Mount Tolmie cross-road
l Kong, laborer, Mount Tolmie cross-road
i King, Fort street A Cadboro Bay road
l Klak, hired man, James Bay
i Lee, gardener, Government street
a Ling, Government street
i Long, gardener, Fort street A Cadboro Bay road
i Lohn, cigar manufacturer, Johnson street
i Lunn, woodman, Fisguard street
I Mowey, servant, Fort street
i Pal, woodman, Cormorant street
I Pow, wood dealer, Humboldt street »
Quong, store, Cormorant street
i Sam, wood dealer, Johnson street
h Lee, Fort street A Cadboro Bay road
a Shaw, hired servant, Foul Bay road
it Sing, hired servant, James Bay
i Song, Fort street A Cadboro' Bay road
i Sting, Fort street A Cadboro' Bay road
l Tone, laborer, Mount Tolmie cross-road
i Tong, laborer, Cormorant street
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h How
h Keen 16
FIRST VICTORA  DIRECTORY.
Ah Toy, wood dealer, Johnson street
Ah Ting, tailor, Yates street, below Waddington Alley
Ah Wann, servant, Beacon Hill Park
Ah Way, washing, &c, Johnson street
Ah Wing, cook, Franklyn Restaurant
Ah Wung, res. Cormorant street
Ah Yeh, store, Cormorant street
Ah Yung, pig-feeder, Store street
Aikman H. B. Willson (See Drake, Jackson A Co.)
Aime Guilloteau, merchant, Wharf street
Alexander R. H., office of H. Nathan, Wharf street
Alexander Chas., farmer, E. Road, S. Saanich
Alexander Forest, empl. F. Dally, Government street
Alep Geo., Athens market, Johnson street
Allard 0., H. B. Co., Fort Langley
Allatt Thos. Smith, builder, City councilman, Cook A Fort sts.
Allnian Ch., baker, Government street, S. of Johnson street
Allport C. A., Nanaimo
Allsop Thos., land agent, Government street,7ET side
Alston Hon. E. Graham, barrister-at law, registrar of  deeds, Supreme Court, resid. Fort street
Alston Peter, farmer, Esquimalt district
Amateur Dramatic Club—President, Robt. Burnaby; Treasurer,
B. P. Griffin; Secretary, ; Scenic Artist and st»ge manager.   A.
R. Howse; Managing Committee, Godfrey Brown, B. P. Griffin, A. Keast,
Chas. Good.
Andean W.. general store, Government street
Anderson Alex. Caulfield, farmer, N. Saanich
Anderson Jas. R., office Findlay A Durham,
Anderson jr., Alex., with A. C. Anderson
Anderson Robt., Jarmer, Loch End, Victoria district
Anderson John, with R. Anderson
Anderson G. J. farmer, Salt Spring Island
Anderson W., laborer, Esquimalt Road
Anderson Elijah Howe, outfitter, cor. Johnson street and Oriental
alley
Andrew John, office H. B.>Co., Victoria
Angela College—Principal Miss Pemberton. For further particulars see end of names
Anglican Church in British CoLUMBiA-r-Victoria : the Cathedral, officiating: The Right Rev. the Bishop of Columbia, the Verv
Rev. Dean Cridge, B. A., Rev. W. E. H»ymaa ; at St. John's. Rev. P.
Jenns ; Indian Mission, the Rev. B. Owen ; Cowichan, the Ven. Archdeacon Reece, M. A. ; Esquimalt, St. Paul's, the Rev. F. Gribbell ; Nanaimo, St. Paul's, Rev. A. 0. Garrett ; New Wes minster, Holy Trinity
Church, and St. Mary's, Sapperton, Ven. Archdeacon Woods ; Lytton,
the Rev. J. B. Good ; Cariboo, Rev. J. A. Reynard ; Nass, Rev. R. Tom-
lin9on ; Missionaries and Teachers to Indians: Metlahkathla, Mr. W. Duncan ; Yale, Rev. D. Holmes; Cowichan, Mr. W. H. Loraas ; Saanich, Rev
J. 0. B. Cave; Alberni, Rev. X. WiUemer aud Mr. A. Guillod*
Archambaut A., trader, San Juan
Armour James, empl. W. G. Bowman LIST OF NAMES.
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Armstrong W. J., merchant and importer, New Westminster
Arnold W., miner of Cariboo, Johnson street
Arthur W. A D., liquor dealers, Esquimalt Town
Ash Dr. John, office and residence Fort street
Askew George, farmer, Chemainus
Astrico Andrew, prop, ;< Pacific Telegraph Hotel," Store st.
Astrico Constantine, with A. Astrico
Attwood Mrs., teacher of music, Johnson street
Auger Nicholas, farmer, Burnside Road
Auger Joshua, with Nicholas Auger
Austen —, Fort street N side
Austen Robert Howe, Fort street N side
Austin Joel John, deputy sheriff and clerk in Land Office, res.
Quadra street
Avons B., Victoria
Bacon C. A., assayer Bank British North America, res. Fort st
Bagnall John, piano-forte maker and dealer Broad street
Bailey N. C. hotel Langley street
Bailey James, farmer, "Royal Oak,'- Lake district
Bailey Madison, Meares street
Baillie Mrs. Margaret, private boarding, Fort street
Baker George, Richmond Estate, Victoria district
Baker sen. Richard, Richmond Estate, Victoria district
Baker jun. Richard, Richmond Estate, Victoria district
Baker Michael, Richmond Estate, Victoria district
Baker George, Naraimo
Baker T. J., accountant, Broughton street
Bakes Samuel, miner, Jeffery's Rooms
Bank of Bbitish Columbia—Inspector, Alex. Watson; Manager,
W. W. Francis ; Accountant, Walter Powell; Teller, C. H. Lawrence.
Bank of British North America.—Interim Manager, Robert
Bnrrell ; Acting Accountant, J. Goodfellow ;  Teller, W. Lawson ;  Clerk,
W. B. McKenzie; Messenger, E. A. Whittingbam.
Balden John, merchant, Cormorant street
Baldwin J., general store, Cormorant street
Baldwin, Mrs., washing, Fisgard street
Ball Charles, empl. G. C. Gerow
Ball Hon. H. M., stipendiary magistrate, New Westminster
Bales James Chestney, (sec Jay A Bales.)
Balls George, McClure street
Banna Manuel, employ H. E. C. Seeley
Barnard, F. J., Express Office, Yates street—Gilbert, agent
Banman Fred, View street
Barnard, C. F., M. D., surgeon dentist, Douglas street W side
Barnes Joseph, miner, Yates street above Douglas
Barnett A. Wallis, store J. Blackbourn
Barron D. F., cabinet maker, Meares street
Barry J. bootmaker, Blanchard street
Barry Miss, infant school, Blanchard street 18
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Bath W., miner, Dallas road, James Bay
Baxter W., residence Fisguard street
Baxter P., Blacksmith, Cormorant street
Barry Thomas, drayman
Bartleman Peter, blacksmith, South Saanich
Bate Mark, Interim Manager Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo
Bartleman Mrs., dressmaker, Douglas street
Baude Mdme., French laundry, Fisguard street
.Bawden Alfred, contractor, adjoining Quadra street
Beadon R., Mountaineer Saloon, Store street
Beal W., laborer, Sooke district
Beauchamp Jos., blacksmith, James Bay
Beaumont W., farmer, Maple Bay
Beardsdall J. T., Jeffery's Rooms, Johnson street
Beaven Robt., (see Adams & Beaven) resd. Beechy street
Beck Win., London Hotel, Johnson street
Becker John (see Vigelius A Becker) resd. Vriew street
Beckingham George. Wharf street
Beckwith Herbert, Esquimalt road
Begg John, carpenter, Jeffery's bnildings
Begg Jonathan, laborer, Esquimalt district
Beecroft John Birkett, surveyor
Begbie Matthew Baillie, Chief Justice B. C. Mainland
Bell Frank, farmer, Burnside Road
Bell Wm., stone-cutter, Yates and Quadra streets
Bellamy, R. N., —, Esquimalt town
Bennett Fred., master mason, Fisguard street
Bennett A. J., farmer, N. Saanich
Bescowit Abel, Johnson street above Douglas
Bessellen C. K., empl. C. H. Charity
Bevis A. H., lighthouse keeper, Esquimalt
Bibby John, tinsmith, empl. J. S. Drummond
Bigne John, hotel keeper, Victoria
Billing John, gardener, Beechy street
Bishop Robert, attorney-at-law and solicitor, Bastion street
Bishop Wm., bootmaker
Bissell J. empl. S. L. Kelley, resid. Michigan street
Bissett Jas , ch. tra. H. B. Co., resid. Esquimalt
Black P. L., Painter, Douglas street
Black. A. W. S., M. D., coroner for New Westminster district
Blackbourn Jos., butcher, Union Market, Douglas and Fort sfcs.
resid. Kane street
Blanc Antoine, Oakland estate
Mrs. Blanche, Douglas street
Bland Mrs. Fisguard street
Blay Wm., engineer, resid. Collinson street life
Blenkarn Mrs. resid. Fort street
Blenkinsop Geo., the Gorge road
Blessing, (see Gordon A Blessing)
Blum Leopold, Magasin Frangais, Johnson street LIST OF NAMES
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Board man W. Johnson street
Boileau F.. farmer, E. road S. Saanich
Boake George, farmer, S. Saanich W road
Boardman George, miner, Pandora street
Boise James, empl. Bailey's Hotel
Bocion P., soda water manufacturer, Johnson street
Bodes Charles, steamboat man, James Bay
Bond Willis, contractor and house-mover, View street
Bond George, laborer, Johnson street
Bone A Carrington, furniture and variety st^re, Fort street
Bone Thos., (see Bone A Carrington) resid. View street
Bons George, laborer. Sooke district
Bonwick —. engineer, H. M. S. Beaver
Booth Mrs., Fort street, N. side
Booth E. A., teamster, Fort street
Booth Samuel, teamster, Fort street
Booth George, H. on the Sir James Douglas steamer
Booth Wm. farmer, resid. Esquimalt road
Booth John Patten, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Boscowitz J. Yates street
Boscowitz Leopold, Fort street
Borthwick Ralph, moulder at Albion Iron Works
Bossi Carlo, grocery & provision store, cor. Johnson <fe Store sts
Bossi Giacomo,empl. C. Bossi
Bossi G. empl. C. Bossi
Boswell D., baker, Johnson street
Botterell Matthew, farmer and butcher, Johnson street
Bouillet P., with P. Corbiniere
Bowden Wm., inspector of police, the barracks
Bowden, jr., Wm,, compositor, Colonist office
Bowless F., French grocery, Yates st., resid. James Bay
Bowman Wm. Gustavus, livery stables, Yates street
Bowman Mrs., private boarding, Yates st., above Blanchard
Boyce E., trader, San Juan
Brady P., bootmaker, Yates st., below Government
Bradbury R.. farmer, N. Saanich
Brafford E., baker, Johnson street.
Bramwell P., machinist, Kane street
Branch S., miner, View street
Braverman Isidor, cigar and tobacco dealer, Yates A Govt. sts.
Braverman S., general dealer, Wharf street
Breban C, house and sign painter, Johnson street
Brew Chartres,
British Colonist and Chronicle (Daily A Weekly)—Proprietor
and Editor. D. W. Higgins ; reporter, J K. Snter ; printers, GNorris, T
J. Dearberg ; compositors, E. M. Brown, W. Bowden, J. Collins, E.Rob*
inson, L. LeLievre ; pressmen, J. Murray, J. Larkin; carriers, H. E. and
Alfred Lyne.
Brodrick Richard, coal dealer, bonded warehouseman, and a'g't
for N. P. T. Co.'s S. S. line, Union and City wharves 20
FIRST VICTORIA  DIRECTORY.
Brookman W., resid. Esquimalt town
Brown Godfrey, auctioneer, Store street
Brown Henry, empl. Victoria House
Brown Chas. B., Parsons Bridge Hotel, Craigflower
Brown Mrs. Wilson, Church Bank Academy, Rae street
Brown Robt. farmer, N. Saanich W. road
Brown Wm., Commercial Hotel, resid. Fort street
Brown E. M., compositor, Colonist Office, resid. Courtenay st.
Brown Wm., carpenter, Fort street
Browning Rev. A. Wesleyan Church, New Westminster
Brulan J. B , farmer, Sooke harbor
Bryant J. D., farmer, N. Saanich
Bryant W. C, farrier, Johnson street
Brydon W., miner, Cariboo
Buck Geo., store of J. Cowper
Buckner Armstead, farmer. Salt Spring
Buler A Co., clothing and variety store, Government street
Buler Asbury, (see Buler A Co.)
Buie Mrs. Thos., resid. Johnson street
Bull C, Johnson street
Bullen John, bricklayer, Herald street
Bullock William, farmer, Esquimalt district
Bun&ter Arthur, brewer and miller, Johnson street
Bunte John G., upholsterer, at J. Sehl
Bunting Chas., cabinet maker, foreman U. H. A L. Co., Yates st
Burgess F., Topaze Avenue
Burkin Geo., farmer, Esquimalt district
Burnaby Robt., land agent, Government st., resid. Beechy st.
Burnes T. J\, American Hotel, Yates street
Burnes J., barkeeper at E. Thomas
Burnes J., office J. Wilkie A Co.
Burns M., laborer, Work's farm, Hillside
Burr W. Henry, Colonial school, Yates street
Burr Hugh, schoolmaster, New Westminster
Burrell, Jas., empl. A. Bunster
Burrell Robt., Bank British North America
Burroughs Wm. Geo., tailor, Oriental alley
Bursiow Henry, pony express office, Humboldt street
Barstowe, jr., H. with H. B.
Burt Stephen S., retail grocer and baker, Government street
Bushell A Mordaunt, "Blue Post," Douglas and Johnson streets
Bushell F., pianoforte tuner, Douglas street
Bushaw—, laborer, Sooke district
Bushby Hon. A. T.,  Registrar and Postmaster   General,   New
Westminster.
Butcher Thos., Esquimalt road
Butler Mrs. Sarah Jane, Johnson street
Butler C, school teacher, Saanich
Butler W., rear of Union Saloon, Johnson street
Butler Robt., printer, Michigan street LIST OF NAMES.
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British Columbian—Proprietor and editor, John Robson; business manager, H. E Seelye; compositors, F. Waterman, J. C.Brown ;
boys F. Meakin J. Robson,jr.: pressman, A. Phelps; carriers, J. Doran-
R. While.
Cadell Phillip, resid. View street
Caire A Grancini, iron and hardware merchants, Wharf street.
Caledonia Benevolent Society—President, Thos. Russell; vice-
presidents, j. Orr, Arch. Dods; Treasurer, John Smith; Secretary, F.
Page; assistant secretary, John Ross; Chaplain, Rev. Thos. Somerville;
warden, Thos» Gorrie.
Calder Alex., clerk in Treasury, resid. View street
Cameron David, resid. Belmont
Cameron Thos. farrier and blacksmith, Cormorant street
Cameron Duncan, receiver, James Bay
Cameron Wm , empl. J. H. Turner A Co.
Campbell Mrs. A. C, Kane st
Campbell Geo., general store, Fisguard street
Campbell Frank, cigar and tobacco dealer, Gov't and Yates st.
Cadman George, labourer, Cedar Hill Road
Camsusa Michel, office A. Casamayou
Cantrill Thos., gas meter fitter, Johnson st
Carey J. W., land surveyor, Kane street
Carmichael J. H., telegraph office, Yates street
Carney Fred., miner, Pioneer street
Carr Richard, commission merchant, Wharf st. res. James Bay
Carswell James, provision store, Cowichan
Carter C. H., empl. H. Schultz, bootmaker
Carter Paris, porter and crier, Pandora street
Casamayou Antoine, merchant and importer, Yates street
Caselton Richd., empl. W. G. Bowman
Casse Mrs., View street, above Quadra
Casson Caesar, waiter, Oriental Hotel
Casson Michael, Johnson street
Cassel Martin, laborer, Chatham street
Cave Rev. J. C. B., South Saanich district
ChadwickThos., Garricks Head, Bastion st. resid. International
Yates street
Chambers Coote M., clerk at S. P. Moody's mills, Burrard Inlet
Charnton R. T., dry goods store, Government street
Charity Cornelius H., bootmaker, Government st., near Johnson
Charles W., ch. tra. H. B. Co., Thompson river
Charles T.. H. B. Co., Fraser Lake, B. C,
Charteris W. B., blacksmith, Wharf street, resid. Pembroke st.
Charteris E.. farmer, Sooke district
Chartres F., Victoria
Child Henry, grocer, &c., cor. Broad and Pandora streets
Chin Wing, Dr., Cormorant street
Ching Fung, empl. Franklyn restaurant
Christian —, laborer, South Saanich
Christopher Augustus, hand-cart man, Ellis point *T
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Christopher Miss, dressmaker, Douglas street
Christy Stephen, weigher, Nanaimo
Chute Thos., miner, View street
City Council—Jas. Trimble, M. D., Mayor ; Yates streetward,
T. S Allatt, Thos. AMsop ; Johnson street ward, John Russell, G. C.
Gerow; James Bay ward, M. W. Gibbs, J. G. McKay; Town Clerk, W.
Leigh ; messenger, J. Joseph.
Clanton R. T., (sec Buler & Co.) resid. Fisguard street
Clark W., ship carpenter, Yates street, above Quadra
Clark Mrs., fancy Berlin wool store, Fort street
Clark Wm., capt. Sir James Douglas tug
Clarke Geo., engineer, Kane street
Clarke Thos., resid. Langley street
Clarke G. D., farmer. Cedar Hill road
Clarke P. H., resid. View street
Claudet T. P. Govt, assayer, New Westminster
Clayton John, nurseryman, Moss street
Clemens John, farmer, Twin Oak farm
Clemens John, empl. M. R. Smith
Clute John S., importer, New Westminster
Cloake Isaac, A Vogel, farmers, N. Saanich
Clonass Mrs, Orleans House, Cormorant street
Cogan H., farmer, Craiarflower
Cohen H. M., clothier, Yates street, resid. Broughton street
Colman —, painter, with G. C. Gerow
Coleman E.T., librarian, Mechanics Institute
Coleman Geo., Prince of Wales Saloon, Government street
Coles Geo., farmer, Metchosin district
Collegiate School—Principal, Rev. F. B. Gribbell ; assistant
master, C. Newton Young.
Colley —, laborer, N. Saanich
Columbia Lodge, No. 1187, F. A A. M.—W. Bro.Henry Nathan,
jr., W. M.; Bro. Eli Harrison, S. W.; Bro. George Creighton, J. W.:Bro.
F. B. Gribbell, Chaplain; Bro. I. Raeazzoni. Treasurer; Bro. R. H. Alexander, Secretary; Wm. Harrison, S. D ; Geo, Robinson, J. D.; James
Grahamslaw, D. C; Jer. McCarthy, Steward.; Jno. Winger, I. G ; W. H.
Thain, Tyler.
Comumbia Royal Arch Chapter, No. 120, of Scotland—M. E.»
Robert Burnaby, 1st Principal; M. E., Fred. Williams, 3nd do, M. E., T-
S. Allatt, 3rd do ; S. E., H. Nathan ; S. N„ W. H. Thain ; Treasurer, J-
Blackbourne ; 1st Sjr., Alex. Theakstone ; 2ndSjr., E. Harrison; Janitor, George Creighton.
Colvine Wm., packer, Collinson street
COMOX NAMES, see index
Connant T. W., baker, Johnson street
Conesa Manuel, family market, Goveanment street, near Yates
Consuls—Allen Francis, United States; Henry Rhodes, Sandwich Islands
Constantine M., carpenter. Fort street
Caesar Randall, hair cutter, street, near Langley street Carrington, (see Bone A Carrington)
Coones Stephen, teamster, Johnson street
Cooper Capt. Jas., Beehive Hotel, also marine surveyor & valuer,
resid. James Bay
Cooper Harry, Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo.
Cook R., steamer Enterprise
Copeland Solomon, steward Enterprise
Copeland Abraham, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Copeland Richard, James Bay
Copperman Mrs. A., Johnson street N. side
Corbiniere Paul, retail grocer, cor. Broad and Yates streets
Corry John, variety store, Fort street, S. side
Costello W., contractor, Humboldt street
Cotsford Thos., Chatham street
Couves Gustavus, barkeeper, tbe " Brown Jug "
Courtney Henry C, solicitor, Government and Bastion streets
Coudie Frank, empl. W. G. Bowman
COWICHAN NAMES, see index
Cowp3r Jesse, bootmaker and dealer, Yates st., resid. Meares st.
Cox W. H.. ranch, Cook street
Cox Mrs. Annie, resid. Cermorant and Blanchard streets
Craig J. Augustus,  Theatre photographic gallery, resid. Douglas street
Craigie T., laborer, Esquimalt district
Crait John, painter, empl. E. Harrison
Crarey Robt., farmer, W. road Lake
Crate A. T., farmer, Cowichan
Crans Adolphus, empl. A. W. Piper
Cranwcll P., grocer, Johnson street
f-reaseH. Perkins PeUew, Attorney Gen., resid. James Bay
Creighton Geo., Blanchard street
Cricklow Thos.. Johnson street
Cridire V. Rev. E., Dean, resid. Rae street
Crockford W.. brewer, at C. Gowen's
Crosson & Co., groners, cor. Yates and Douglas streets
Crowther Richd. A., painter, etc., 106 Yates street
Crowther John Atkin, painter, Yates street, resid. Pandora st.
Crump James, tinsmith, Johnson street
Cudlip Thos., warder, Police barracks
Cunningham Jas., importer and merchant. New Westminster
Cuthbert W. P., clerk H. B. Co.'s wharf'
Dalby W., trunk maker and saddler, Yates street
Dall R., cabinet mrker, Ni Park street
Davie J. C, M. D., Bastion street
Davie Alex., (see Pearkes & Davie) resid. James Bay
D avie —, office of Robt. Bishop 24
FIRST VICTORIA  DIRECTORY.
Davies. & Co. J. P., auctioneers and cattle salesmen,  Wharf and
Fort streets
Davies Joshua, office J. P. Davies & Co
Davies Joseph, empl. A. F. Keyser
Davies Henry, office of J. P. Davies A Co
Davis Rosina, washing. Quebec street
Davis Catherine, washing, Quebec street
Davis A. C. farmer, Metchosin
Davis Richard, miner, View street
Davis W. Pandora street
Dawson Geo., painter, Fort street
Deans Geo., Oakland farm, Victoria district
Deans Jas.. farmer, Victoria district
Dearberg Thos. J., printer, Colonist Office, resid. Fort street
Deas John Sullivan, tinsmith, hardware and stove dealer, Fort st.
DeCosmos Amor,resid. Victoria
Peeks Geo., farmer, W. road, S. Saanich
Delite —, trader, San Juan
Devereux Capt., Collinson street
D'Herbomez. Bishop B. C. New Westminster
Perners Rt. Rnv Modesto, R. C. Bishop, Collinson street
Dempster David, farmer, Metchosin district
DeNeuf A., store of J. L. Jungerman, jeweller
Deniger J., grocer, Johnson street
Denny Wm., manager Victoria House, resid. Pandora street
Derham Bartholomew, baker, Johnson street
Dickinson Edward, empl. Findlay & Durham
Dickson John, stove and hardware dealer, Yates street
Dietrich Jas., teamster, Johnson street
Dietz Geo., lumber merchant and mill owner, New Westminster
Dillon Miles, bootmaker, empl. J Larman
Dixie Miss. Fort street
Doane Jos. Homer, Etquimalt town
Doane Wm. J., Adelphi saloon, Yates and Government streets
Dobrin M. C, clothier, Johnson street, S side
Dodd Martin, the " Gorge Retreat," Victoria Arm
Dodgson Lewis, cattle dealer, Johnson street
Dods Archibald, blacksmith, Cowichan
Donnell, Rev. C. J.,R. C. mission
Dool Victor, empl. Oriental restaurant
Dorman John, miner, resid. James Bay
Dorman Simon, empl. J. L. Jungerman
D'Osier T., laundreyman, resid. Pembroke street
Dougall J., machinist, resid. Blanchard street
Doughty Geo., brushmaker, Fort street
Doughty Jas., with G. Doughty
Douglas, Sir Jas., K. C. B., resid. James Bay
Douglas Wm., teamster, empl. W. G. Bowman
Downey —, farmer, N. Saanich, W. Road
Downs Sauil. sailor, Yates street S. side Dowling W. on board the steamer Enterprise
Drake M W. Tyrwhit (see D., Jackson A Aikman) resid. .Rock
Bay Jl£€4fLfjAA<&^ ^/Z&ZU*^, ^6^ fc^fv/L-/.
Driard Sosthenes, Colonial Hotel Government street       / <^*^&. *fl
Drummond Jas. S., tinware & stove dealer, Yates streeVT?esid.
Rae street
Dubel J., Collinson street
Duck <fe Sandover, carriage builders, Government street, W. side
Duck Simeon, (see Duck & Sandover) resid. Herald street
Duncan William, Metahkathla Mission, Fort Simpson
Dunlop Jno. Thos., livery stable, Broad street
Dunn Jas., farmer Esquimalt district
Duponi Chas.. market gardner and farmer, Cadboro Bay road
Durien Very Rev. Father, Vicar Gen., New Westmsnster
Durance John, farmer, W. road, Lake district
Dutnall Geo., farmer, Esquimalt district
Dwyer Jos., empl. E. Thomas   ^     ^
Eastman J., meat salesman, resid. View street
Eckstein J., (see Leneveu A Eckstein) resid. Douglas street
Eden W., waiter, Colonial Hotel
Edmonds H. V., auctioneer, commission and land agent N. West.
Edgeson B., Cariboo
Edwards J. E.,vstock grewer, N. Saanich district
Edwards A Burns, furniture, &c, dealer, Yates and Broad sts-
Elder Jas. W., carpenter, Fort street
Eickman Ch., teamster, Johnson street
Elford Robt., carpenter, Cadboro Bay road
Elford Wm., market gardner. Cadboro Bay road
Ella Capt, B., resid. Fort street, above Cook street
Elliott A. C, high sheriff, resid. James Bay
Elliott W.H., engineer H. B. Co.'s steamer Otter, Sitka
Elliott Mrs. Anthony, resid. above Cook street
Elpin W., James Bay
Elvin Capt., Esquimalt road
Emery Wm. H., carpenter and builder, cor. Fort and Broad sts.
Engelhardt J., office R. Brodrick & Co., resid. Bellot street
Ennor Jos., miner, Chatham street
Estes Jackson, farmer, E. Road S. Saanich
Essina Jos., Fort street
ESQUIMALT NAMES, see index
Evans W., mechanic, View street
Evans W., empl. J., Hey wood
Evans Dudley, office Wells, Fargo & Co.
Evans W., butcher, Douglas street
Everett Patrick. "Horse A Jockey,'"' Esquimalt road
Evershanks, tailor, Jeffery's rooms Johnson street
Ewer Alex., game and fish market, Fort street
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Elliott Jonathan, resid. Foul Bay road
Edgar John, empl. J. T. Dunlop
Eickhoff Fred, general dealer, New Westminster
Eickhoff Henry, tailor, New Westminster
Faragon S., fish dealer, Johnson street
Fardoa G. W., photographer, Langley street, near Yates st.
Farina —, sausage maker, View street
Farnhill R., laborer, Superior street
Farron Thos.. Yates street Saloon, resid. Pandora street
Farron W., Yates street saloon, resid. Pandora street
Farwell S., (see Mohun & Farwell)
Fawcatt Thos. Lea. upholsterer, Govt, st., resid. Kane St.
Fawcett Rowland W.. upholsterer, Govt, and Kane streets
Fawcett Edgar, with Thos. Fawcett
Feck D. F., engineer, Herald street
Female Infirmary—President, Mrs.  Hills ; treasurer,   J.  G.
Shepherd ; secretary. Vory Rev. Dean Cridge.
Feillet A., locksmith. Johnson street, N. side
Fellows Roscoe & Co., iron merchants, Yates street. W. side
Fell A Finlayson. retail grocers, Fort street
Fell Jas., (seeFell A Finlayson) resid. Broad street
Ferguson James, empl. W. G. Bowman
Ferguson James, farmer, N. Saanich
Finlaison C. S., clerk in custom house, New Westminster
Finlayson Roderick, chief factor H. B. Co., resid. Saanich road
Finlayson John (see Fell & Finlaj'son) resid. Broad street
Finnerty John, vegetable and produce dealer, Yates street
Finnerty Mien., at store of J. Finnerty
Findlay A Durham, importers of dry goods A clothing Wharf st.
Findlay Geo. Jas., (see Findlay A Durham) resid. Rae street
Fire Department—Chief Engineer, John  Kriemler ; Assistant
Engineer, John Vogel.    Board of Delegate? :    President, John Dickson :
Secretary. Frank Sylvester; Treasurer, E  B. Marvin.    Delegates: Wil.
liam Mc-Niffe,  William Keohan,   Chas.  Taylor, Samuel Hams, William
Drtlby, Robt. Jenkinson, AiJolphns Peel.
Foreman : C.  E   Bunting, U. H & L. Co.;   Archibald Dods,   Deluge No. I
Thomas J. Burnes, Tiger No 2.
Fish Robt. & James, farmers, Lake districs
Fisher & Lawrence, farmers, Esquimalt district
Fisher M., importer and commission merchant, New Westminster
Fisher W., engineer, Esquimalt town
Fisher J. L., auctioneer and commission merchant,  Wharf street
Fisher J. B., resid. with W. Fisher
Fisher, W. R., farmer, Esquimalt district
Fitere Pierre (see Grelley A Fitere) resid. Cormorant street
Fitz Allen John, farmer, Cadboro Bay road
Fletcher Charles, blacksmith. Johnson street
Fletcher James, blacksmith, Johnson street
Fletcher John, blacksmith, Johnson street
Fleming Capt., steamer Lillooet, resid. New Westminster Flewin Thos., porter, P. M. Backus
Flotte B., Oriental restaurant, Yates street
Flotte James, Oriental restaurant, Yates street
Fogue in Ton, Dr., Cormorant street
Force W., tailor, Yates stree;, N. side
Foot Wm., farmer, Victoria district
Ford Mrs., dressmaker, &c, Pandora street
Ford W. S., Franklyn restaurant, Government street
Ford John, empl. J. W. Williams
Forman Henry, drayman, James Bay
Forsyth John, James Bay
Foster Maj. Geo. F., Esquimalt road
Foster Robt., stone cutter, Rock Bay bridge
Fowler T., farmer, Esquimalt district
Fowlis Thos. W., store of Fellows A Roscoe
Fox Alsey, brickmaker, Saanich road
Fox Geo., cutler and saw sharpener, Yates and Broad streets
Frain Capt.. steamers Fly and Emily Harris
Francis Allen, U. S. Consul, Langley street, resid. Pandora st.
Fiancis W. W., manager Bank British Columbia
Francis A. rt., retail gro. and pro., Fort st, resid. Quadra st.
Francis Jas., farmer, Lake district
Francis G., livery stable. Broad street, resid. Courtenay steeet
Francis Matthew, farmer, Esquimalt district
Frankel A., wholesale furrier, Wharf street
Frankestein Hermann, empl. J. Sehl
Franklin Lumley, auctioneer, Yates st., resid. James Bay
Fraser Mrs., Chatham street
Fraser Donald, farmer, Metchosin district
Fraser Peter, at D. Fraser
Fraser Andrew, at D. Fraser
Fredison Daniel, farmer, S. Saanich, W. road
Freeman Thos. Palmer, resid. Broad street
Freeman Asher, variety store, Johnson street
Free School—Principal, John Jessop, resid. Douglas street
Freer Joseph, resid. Johnson street
French Benevolent Society—President, S. Driard ; Vice-
President, H. M. Cohen; Treasurer, J. Kriemler; Sa^retarjr,C, Trehart;
Committee, J. Rueff, P. Lelouis, H. Passerard
Fried Jos., propr. St. Nicholas Hotel, Government street
Friedman M., bootmaker, Johnson street, S. side
Friedman James, clerk J. VV. Waitt & Co.
Fry H, resid, Church Reserve
Fry Henry, empl. A. B. Gray
Frye George, tide-waiter custom-house, resid. Saanich road
Fuller Samuel, carpenter, San Juan
Fuller —, empl. A. Gilmore
Fuun, hired servant, Foul Bay road
Fung, hired servant, road to Cary Castle ^
Fulton, Thos,, Metchosin district 28
FIRST VICTORIA  DIRECTORY.
Gagnon Antoine, Humboldt street
Galley Wm., Topaze avenue, Saanich road
Galley Wm., with J. E. Edwards, N. Saanich
Gardner Wm., farmer, Cedar Hill district
Gardner Capt. W.. pilot, resid. Labouchere street
Gardner, Wm. Thomas, store A. McLean & Co.
Garibaldi Jean Baptiste, barkeeper, Adelphi saloon
Garesche F., agent Wells, Fargo A Co., resid. James Bay
Garre.t Rev. A. C, Rector St. Paul's, Nanaimo
Gaston Herbert, solicitor, sec Q C. Coal Co., resid. Yates street
Gaynor S. laborer, Sooke district
Gee Wo, washing Ac, Yates street, above Douglas street
George Capt. Wm., trading schooner, Nanaimo
George Richard, miner, Nanaimo
Geiger Thos., (see Geiger A Becker) resid. View street
Germania Sing Verain—President, H. F. Heisterman ; Vice-
President, A. Hartnagel; Secretary, F. Sehl; Treasurer, F. Sehl; Librarian, J. Loewen.
Gerow G. C. wheelwright, Government St., cor. Pandora st.
Gerrittsen John, baker and general store, Humboldt street
Gibbon W. Reid, saddler, with H. T. Mann
Gibbs Mifflin Wistar, councilman, resid. James Bay
Gibson Alexander, warehouseman, Lowe Bros.
Gibson, James, brewer, empl. A. Bunster
Gideon D. empl. Pacific Telegraph Hotel
Giesselmann Chas., porter, J. Rueff, resid. Collinson street
Gilligan Patrick, Mountaineer Saloon, Store street
Gillingham Charles, resid. Esquimalt road
Gilmore Alex., tailor, Yates street, near Government street
Gilmore A. laborer, Sooka district
Gillon James, Bank British North America
Glassey John, Evening News office, Victoria
Gleed Thomas, farmer, Metchosin district
Glide H., drayman, James Bay
Glover S. H., lucifer match manufactory, Douglas street
Golden Thomas, Brown Jug, cor. Fort and Government streets
Golden Barney, schooner Langley
Goldwich, waiter, Colonial Hotel
Goldsworthy W., empl. W. Quarles, Government street
Golledge Richard, Victoria district
Good H. Berkely, Pandora street
Good Chas. B., acting Colonial Secretary, Pandora street
Good Rev. J. B., Episcopal mission, Cariboo
Goodacre John, butcher, Fort street
Goodacre Lawrence, empl. Stafford A Hickin
Gorrie Thos., general store, Fort street
Gosling Wm., miner, Yates street
Gosnell Jos., grocer, cor. Cormorant and Douglas streets
Gowdie Jas., miner, Collinson street
Gowen Charles, miller and dis. cor. Yates and Blanchard sts. Graham James A., ch. fac. H. B. Co., Cariboo & New Caledonia
Graham Jas. 0., clerk H. B. Co., Victoria
Graham J., chief clerk in charge of Treasury
Grahamslaw J„ carpenter and builder, Yates street
Grancini, £ (see Caire A Grancini) resid. Douglas st.
Gray Mrs. resid. Johnson street
Gray A. B. draper and dry goods dealer, Government street
Green Bros., Steamboat Exchange, Esquimalt town
Green Wm. Sanders Sebright, solicitor, Government street
Green F. W., surveyor, Bronghton st. resid. Beechy street
Green A. Ruperti. office Janion, Green A Rhodes
Green David, outfitter, Government street
Grunbaum & Bros. H., general & liquor dealers, Johnson street
Grunbaum H., (see Grunbaum A Bros.) resid. View street
Greenslade Robert, farmer, Lake district
Greenwood George, sailmaker, resid. Church hill
Gregory W., gardner, James Bay
Greig John, limeburner, Craigflower
Greenwood J. K., empl. Millard A Beedy, resid. Pandora st.
Grelley A Fiterre, liq. mcrch. and imp., Wharf street
Grelley Prosper, (see Grelley A Fiterre)
Grelley Frank, wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Gribbell Rev. Frank B., rector St. Pauls, Esquimalt, and Principal of Collegiate school, resid. Vancouver st
Griffin Benjamin Pitt, Boomerang Inn, Langley alley
Gudin Joseph, gardener, Mount Tolmie cross road
Gin —, laborer, Victoria district
Guerra H. B , constable
Guild A. H., merchant, James Bay
Gullion Charles F., laborer, Victoria district
Hah Choo, fish curer, Cormorant street
Hales John, coppersmith, Michigan street
Hall Richard. Chatham street
Hall Phillip J., Steward Fire Department, Broad street
Hallet S., laborer, James Bay
Hamilton Mrs., dressmaker Fort street W side
Hamilton Christopher, View street
Hamilton Gavin, clerk H. B. C. Fort Shepherd
Hamley Hon. Wymond, collector of customs, Government street
Hankin Hon. J. P., officer administering H. M. government, res
James Bay
Harman George, laborer, Burnside Road .
Hardesty James, purser, steamer Enterprise
Hardesty Joseph, chief trader H. B. C, Fort Shepherd
Hardy A Page, farmers, N. Saanich
Hardy John,"" (see Hardy A Page )
Harman John, boat builder, James Bay Bridge
Harnesfeiger J., boot maker, Johnson street
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Harnett Legh, Leech river mines, Sooke
Harris Thomas, family market, Government street
Harris Hermann, tailor, Yates street U
Harris Sam., dry goods dealer, Johnson street
Harris John, empl. F. Reynolds, butcher J ^>
Harris Sam., general store, Cowichan . s
Harrison Eli, house and sign painter, Yates street
Harrison George, painter, empl. E. Harrison
Harrison Geo., office Geo. Pearkes, solicitor
Harrison W., foreman S. R. W. Works, resid; View street
Harrison W.. shipwright, James Bay I
Harrison William, at Murray's bakery'
Hartmell A., cook, Colonial restaurant
Hartnagee A. V., president Germania Gesang Verein
Harvey James, steward, the Uplands farm, H. B. Co.
narvey Rout, resid. James Bay
Harvey W., clerk H. B. Co., Yale
Hastings hon. G. F , Rear Admiral H. M. S. Zealous, Esquimalt
Houghton J., guard, Police barracks
Hanpts Rev. Leon, teacher, St. Louis College *
Havelock hon. Henry, Cariboo Sentinel office, Barkerville
Hawkins Arthur, barman, Loudon Hotel
'Hawkins F. larmer, Esquimalt district
Hay Alex., book-keeper, Yates street l-g.£
Hayman Rev. W. E., the Cathedral, Victoria
Haynes Wm., bandmaster, V. R. Corps, resid. James Bay    ug|
Haynes W., laborer, S. Saanich
Hayward A Jenkinson, contractors and undertakers cor. Fort and
Langley streets
Hayward Ch., (see H. A Jenkinson) resid. Fort street
Hayward Mrs., teacher, Angela College
He Ching, Store street
Heal John, tailor, empl. A. Gilmore
Heathorn W., bootmaker, Government street
Hebbard W., resid. Saanich road
(Hebrew)  Congregation Emamu el—President, J.
Vice President, Jules   Rueff;   Secretary, J. Braverman ;
Blum; Trustees, H. Schultz, D. Aleufeld, M. Dobrin.
Heisterman H. F„ land agent, Langley streej, rear Custom-house
Helgeson Hans L. farmer, Metchosin district
Helgeson Martin, Metchosin,district f*
Helmcken hon. John Sebastian, M. L. C, Dr.. resid.  Janies Bay
Hemmingway George, office G. Pearkes ^1 ••
Henly Henry, Clover Point Hotel        f% | I
Hennessy John, drayman    p * H "* •'•:
Hep worth J. empl. A. Gilmbre
Herbert James, Chemainus *V '?
Herring John, hotel keeper, New Westminster
Hcrron R., saddler, at W. Newbury's; ai
Hewlings John Quantrick, clothier, resid.: Kane street
W. Keyser ;
Treasuaer, L.
C* LIST of names.
31
Heywood Jos., ham and pork dealer, Yates street near Broad st.
Hibben A Co. T. N., booksellers, &c, Masonic building
Hibben T. Napier, (see Hibben A Co.) resid. Pandora street
Hickin B.. (see Stafford & Hickin)
Hicks N. M., Williams creek, resid. Richmord Estate
Higgins David W., proprietor British Colonist, resid. Quadra st.
Higgs Geo., farmer, N. Saanich
Hildebrand E., tailor, Oliver's buildings, Government street
liillier Wm., Henley farm, Lake district
Hills Rt. Rev. Geo. D. D , Bishop of Columbia, resid Church res
Hilton Joseph, empl. Victoria House, Government street
Hind A. empl. S. Dn'ard, Colonial Hotel
Hobbs Mrs., Fort street, S. side
Hocken George, grocer, Earles street
Hodges Thomas, baker, Douglas street, near Johnson street
Hodgson John, laborer. N. Saanich, W. road
Hoffmeister George, merchant, San Juan
Hogan H., wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Holman J. R., laborer, Fort street
Holness J., empl. Stafford & Hickin
Holmes T. R. Auditor's office, resid. Johnson street
Holbrook Henry, merchant, Mayor of New Westminster
Holmes Peter, carpenter, Laurel Point
Holmes Alex., butcher, Store street
Holden James, farmer, S. Saanich
Holland Matthew, mason and miner, Yates street
Holloway Robert, pioprietor,«Cariboo Sentind, Barkerville
Homfray Robt., civil engineer, Trounce alley
Hop Sing, washing, Ac, Humboldt street, N. side
Horie John, farmer, Lake district west road
Horrell H.. painter, Quadra street
Hon-is, Rev. E. M. J., R. 0. clergyman, 0. M. T., New Westr.
florin C, book-keeper, F Reynolds
Honnslow Ch., civil engineer, View street
Howard John Thomas, Royal Oak, Esquimalt
Howarth H., tinsmith, at J. S. Druraraond's
Howsman W., barkeeper, Mousquetaires Saloon
Hudson G. R.. '"Coach and Horses," Esquimalt road
Hughes Lewis, empl. A. Gilmore
Hughes Rich., laborer, Burnsidf. road
Humher M.. bricklayer and contractor, Courtenay street
Hunt Wm.. farmer. Esquimalt district
Hunt J., laborer, N. SSanich, E. road
Hunt Geo., blacksmith, Formorant street
Hut.ter P. revenue officer. Esquimalt town
Huston Guy, gun and locksmith, Yates street, resid Quadra st.
Hi tcheson Jas., clerk J. P. Davies & Co.
Hutchins Wm., laborer, S. Saanich, W. Road
Hutchinson J. guard, Police barracks
Hurt Hockley, empl. R. Reynard 32
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Hutson John, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Huxtable W. retail grocer, &c, Fort street
Hays Mrs. Rosa, property holder, Johnson street
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY—Chief Factors, Victoria :    Dr.
W. F. Tolmie, Roderick Finlayson, Esq.
Victoria Office—Accountant, A. Munro ; Cashier, W. T. Livock; Clerks:
John A. Andrew, J. 0. Graham, J H. Lawson. Frederick Widdowson.
Store: in charge, C. Thorne ; Clerks, A. McKenzie, Wi H. Newton, T.
Theobald, David Work; Assistants, Donald McKay. John B>vd, W.
Simpson- Wharf: Dr. Tuzo. Ch. tra; laborers, coopers, etc., Humphrey
Sulhran, John Flett, —Brown, James Jack, Gordon Lockerly
Esquimalt Store and Wharf—James M. Bissett, Ch. tra ; Clerk, P. Leech
Stations—Fort Langley : 0. Allard; clerk, H. Wark Fort Hope : J. Yates.
Fort Yale: J. W. MKiy. Ch. tra ; Clerk, A. Harvey. Cariboo: J. A.
Grahams, Ch. tra. Barkerville. J. Wark, Ch. tra; Clerk, Hugh Ross.
Quesnelle: Robt. Williams. New Caledonia; Chief traders, J- A. Grnhame
C. Thomas, H. Moffatt, Pet^r Ogdfr ; Clerks, J M. Alexander. Gavin
Hamilton, Ferdinand McKenzie, P. S. 0=rden, H. T Young. Fort Shepherd:
Joseph Hirdesty, Ch. tra., Clerks, J. 0. Allard, T Kruger, R. McLean,
M.Phillips. Semilkameen : John Tai'. Fort Colville: Ch. tr*.. A. McDonald ; Clerk, J. McKpnzie. Thompson's River: Ch. tra., Wm. Charles ;
Clerk, G. R. Lay'on. Fort Simpson : W. Maoson, Ch. tra.; Clerk, R. G .
Cunningham.    Fort Rupert: Capt. W. A. Mouatt
Stbamsrs:—"Enterprise," Master, J. Swanson; Purser, Ja3. Hardesty;
Steward, Solomon Copeland : deck,hands, &c, W. Dowling, W. A. Sou-
lay : night watchman, A Shields. "Otter," Master, Lewis; Purser, J.
Smith , engineer, W. H. Elliott.
Innes Thos. Newman, resid. View street
Insley Asbury, New Westminster
Igo Dennis, teamster, Brodrick's wharf
Irvine J. G., empl. J. S. Drummond
Irvine T., usher S. C, resid. James Bay
Irvine George, empl. W. Heathorn
Irvine Peter, farmer, Metchosin district
Ivrine Wm., farmer, Metchosin district
Irvine John, farmer, Victoria district
Irvine Robt., resid. Victoria district     *
loyal Rev. Father, 0. M. I., Cath. clergyman, New West.
Ibbotson Samuel, messenger, Wells, Fargo A Co.
Irving Capt. T., steamers Reliance and Onward
Irving Arthur, empl. F. Reynolds, butcher
Irving Peter, shoemaker, Beechy street
IRON WORKS (ALBION) Messrs. Spratt &!Kriemler.  proprs.
Machinists: B Jones, Jos. J tcques, J. Madden, J " Brarowell, R.S-mple.
Moulders :*John Dougall, Charles Moss, R*lpb Borthwick. Blacksmiths :
J. Robertson, J. McDougall, J. Milne, David^Dallien, J. Lissett, Patternmaker, E. F. Lang* ; Furnace man, Isaac Walsh
I. 0. 0. F., Victoria Lodge No. 1.—James Gillon, N. G.;   Jos.
Davies, V. G.; Chas. Hayward, Rec.Secretary ; Geo. Norris P. Seerttary,
Tbcs. Golden. Treasurer.
Jack Jas., fireman, H. B. C, wharf, resid. James Bay
Jackson Thos., farmer, Lake district
Jackson E. H., farmer, Cedar Hill
Jackson Oliver, empl. J. S. Drummond LIST OF NAMES
Jackson T. H., bootmaker, Government street, near Johnson st
Jackson J., empl. W. Heathorn
Jackson Robt. Edwin, (see Drake, J. A Aikman) resid. Richardson street
Jackson J., ostler, at J. W. Williams
Jackson Mrs., farmer, E. road, S. Saanich
Jackson —, farmer, Highland district
Jacobs John J., pvopr. St. George Hotel, View street
Jacques Jos. machinist, Albion Iron Works
Jacques John, waiter, New Westminster
Jacques Geo., empl. E. Anderson A Co.
James David, wheelwright, empl. G. C. Gerow.resid. Pandora st
Jameson Mrs., wool and fancy work store, cor. Broad A View sts.
Jamieson W. G., watchmaker <fe jeweller. Government street
Jamieson Rev. Mr., Presbyterian mission, New Westminster
Janion R. C. & Rhodes, merchants and importers, Store street
Jay A Bales, nursery and seedsmen, Yates street, Jame3 Bay, and
Cook street
Jay Geo., (see Jay & Bales) resid. Cook street
Jedd Chas., tailor
Jeffrey R., mason, Johnson street
Jeffrey W., mason, Quadra street
Jenkins, laborer, M unt Tolmie cross-road
Jenkins —, resid. James Bay
Jenkinson Robt., (see Hayward & J.) resid. Vancouver street
Jenman Miss, nurse, cor. Rae and Blanchard streets
Jenns Rev. Percival, rector St. John's Church, Douglas street
Jessop John, principal of Free School, Tesid. Douglas street
Johnson Mrs., toy and fancy store, Fort street
Johnson Adam, farmer, Lake district
Johnson L., resid. Metchosin district
Johnson E. C, tanner, resid. Saanich road
Johnston Matthew T., manager Sproat A Co., resid. Moss street
Johnston Phillip T., (see Mitchell A Johnston) res. Humboldt st.
Johnston James, nightwatchman, resid. Meares street
Johnston W., laborer, Lake district
Jollibois J., farm laborer, Victoria district
Jonckau Rev. J., teacher, St. Louis College
Jones R. L., assistant at Langley A Go's
Jones Thomas, boat builder, at Lachapelle's %
Jones —, Johnson street
Jones Alex., laborer, Meares street
Jones W., resid. faanich road -»
Jones B., machinist, Albion Iron Works
Jones W., sash and door factory, Cormorant street
Jones John Craven, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Jones Thomas, carpenter, resid. Saanich road
Jot Lee, washerman, Johnson street
Josephs J., messenger, City Council Chambers
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Kamelehehe W. Rogers, resid. James Bay
Kammerer Christian W., store T. N. Hibben & Co., Gov. street
Kaufman David, tailor, Yates street, below Government street
Keast Arthur, empl. G. J. Stuart, Spring Ridge
Keays G. C, empl. Fellows, Roscoe & Co
Kelley Samuel, iron, tinware and stove dealer, Yates street, resid
Pandora street
Kelly Mrs.. McClure street
Kelly John, steward, Naval Hospital, Esquimalt
Kelso Henry, miner, Johnson street
Kennedy J. R., constable, Police Barracks
Kent Charles, empl. E. Marvin
Ker Robert, auditor general, resid. Foul Bay road
Keyser Julius W., storekeeper, Yates street, above Broad street
Keyser A. F., cigar & tobacco dealer,  Government street, next
to Masonic building
Kibblewhitc Nathanial H., firmer, Sook harbor
Kim Waw, washing, &c, Government street
King Henry, farmer, Cedar Hill road
Kiug Christopher J., milk ranch Foul Bay road
King Joseph, Mousquetaire? Saloon, Johnson and Govt, streets
King E., resid. James Bay
Kinsman J., bricklayer and contractor, resid. Saanich road
Kiney Rev. Patrick, R. C. mission, Collinson street
K rkwood Mrs., dressmaker, New Westminster
Kotit' liu —, resid. Cormorant street
Koy Lee, bootblack at Geiger A Becker
Kow K*.pt. laborer. Mount lolmie crossroad
Kriemler John, (s-e Spratt A Kiiemler) resid. Cormorant st.
Kruger T. clerk II. B. Co.. Fort Shepherd
Kung, resid. Cormorant street
Kung, laborer, Mount Tolmie cros^ road
Kwong Lee & Co., merchants and importers, Cormorant street
Labelle R., laborer. Mount Tolmie cross road
Lachapelle John, boatbuilder. James Bay bridge
Lachaux L. P., French laundry, Chatham street
Ladner i'hos. E„ logging contractor, New Westminster
Lafleur A. laborer, Mount Tolmie cross road
Laing Robt., ship carpenter, LaLgs' yard, James Bay
L'.'ing Andrew, with R. Laing
Lamb Frank H., division superintendent W. U. Telegraph Co.,
office, Yates street
Lammon Jos., empl. Thomas Harris
Lamotte J., teacher. St. Louis College
Landale C. J., C.E., Queen Charlotte IsLnd
Lange Gustavus, watchmaker, cor. Yates st. and Oriental alley
Lanuley A Co. C, chemists A druggists, Yates street
Langley A. J., chemist A druggisCresid. Foul Bay road
Larkin John, pressman, Colonist office LIST OF NAMES
35
Larman Jas., bootmaker. Government street, near Yates st
Lash Chas., farmer, Victoria district
Lavoie Thos., laborer, Cedar Hill road
Lavender Joseph, laborer, Cedar Hill road
Lawless Joseph, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Lawrence Mrs. Geo., View street, above Quadra street
Lawrence Mrs., resid. Fisher A Lawrence, Esquimalt district
Lawrence —, farmer, (see Fisher A Lawrence
Lawson Wm., teller, Bank British Fortn America
Lawson J. H. clerk, H. B. Co., Victoria
Lawson Geo., empl. E. Harrison, painter
Lawson Robert, resid. Rock Bay
Lawson Peter, trader, San Juan
Layton G. R empl. H. B. Co., Thompson river
Leach John, carpenter, Yates street, above Douglas street
Leech Peter J., H. B. Co.'s office, Victoria
Lee Chas. steamboat man, resid. Humboldt street
Lee Chung A Co., gardeners, resid. Spring Ridge
Lee Mellor & Lascelles, farmers and dairymen,  Cadboro Bay rd.
Leclerc Noel Aime, farmer, N. Saanich
Leclerc A., farmer, Cedar Hill ro <d
Leclerc Louis, laborer, Sooke district
Leggatt Geo., office Sproat & Co., resid. Ross Bay
Lcggatt C. J., office Drake, Jackson A Aikman
Leigh Wm., town clerk, resid. James Bay
Leigh W. T., office T L. Stahlschmidt & Co.
Leigh Ernest A., with W. Leigh
Lelouis Felix, cooper, H. B. Co., Victoria wharf
Letuyer F., laborer, Humboldt street
Leneveu A Eckstein, produce and grain dealers, Wharf street
Lenevue David (see L. A Eckstein) resid. Store street
Lester Fred, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Lester Peter, resid. Vancouver street
Lester jr. Peter, empl. E. Harrison, painter
Lettice A Mitchell, painters, Broad street
Lettice Thos., (see L. A Mitchell) resid. Cadboro Bay road
Levy Mrs. Esther, confectionery store, Government street
Levy Emanuel, oyster saloon, Government street
Levy A., empl E.. Levy
Leunenblatt R. H., merchant, San Juan
Levi S. D., store A. Mayer A Co., Nanaimo
Lewin Herman, cigar and tobacco dealer, Yates st., next but one
Government street
Lewin Marcus, empl. H. Lewin
Lewis Lewis, clothier, Yates street, next Fellows Roscoe A Co.
Lewis John, Johnson street
Lewis W., groom, Esquimalt road
Lewis Jas.. Pointer town, Johnson street
Lewis H. B., stage proprietor, New Westminster
Lewis Richard, undertaker and builder, Government street 36
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Lind Peter, hotel keeper, S. Saanich
Lindsey Daniel, farmer, Quamichan
Lindsey Geo., farmer, Lake district
Lineker T. H., agent, resid. Langley street
Lineker Mrs., nurse. Richardson street
Ling —, laborer, resid. James Bay
Lipsett J., miner, Pandora street
Little John R., empl. Duck A Sandover
Livock W. T., clerk H. B. Co., resid. James Bay
Lockerly Gordon, H B. Co.'s wharf Victoria, resid, Douglas st.
Loewen Jos., \see Lovett & Co.) resid. Broad street
Lombard C, empl. and resid. J. L. Jungerman
London John, farmer, Esquimalt district
London W., steward, Government House, New Westminster
Long J., brewer, empl. C. Gowen, Yates street
Longhurst J., saloon-keeper
Louston —, laborer, Fort street and Cadboro Bay road
Lovett A Lowen, Bank Exchange saloon, cor. Yates & Gov. sts.
Lovett Jos., (see L. & Lowen) resid. Langley street
Lowe Bros., importers and insurance agents, Wharf street
Lowe J., (see Lowe Bros.) resid. Humboldt A Vancouver streets
Lowe Thomas, (see Lowe Bros.) resid Fort street
Lowenburg Leopold, real estate agent, Gov. st. near Broughton
Lingkhee, washing, Store street
Lung, laborer, James Bay
Lu Wing Dr., Cormorant street
Lusch W, Park hotel, Beacon Hill Park
Lnxon Geo., farmer, N. Saanich
Lydgate Duncan, farmer, cross-road S. Saanich
Lydgate M., laborer, S. Saanich
Lyne Henry E., carrier, British Colonist
Lyne Alfred, carrier, British Colonist
Lyons Jos., Drury Lane saloon, cor. Wharf and Johnson streets
Madigan W., prop. American Ho^el, Yates st
Macdonald W. J.. J. P., resid. Gordon street
Mady James, Market Exchange Hotel, Fort street
Mahoney Mrs., private boarding house, Broughton street
Maidment Charles, Half-way house, Esquimalt road
Maison de Sante Fran9aise—Dr. Powell, Medical Attendant;
Steward, T. Chauveau.
Maitre Mdme Anna, provision store, cor Johnson and Broad sts
Major Charles J., importer A general dealer, New Westminster
Mallandaine E.. architect, Government st., resid. Rae st
Mann H. T., saddler and harness maser, cor Broad A Fort sts
Mann W., contractor Rae street
Mandart Joseph, R. C. mission, resid. Collinson street
Mansell George, furniture dealer, Yates street near Douglas st
Mansell H., bootmaker and dealer, Government street
Manson Phineas, cooper and fish curer, Humboldt street list of names.
37
Manson H., farmer, Lake district
Manson W., chief trader H. B. C, Fort Simpson
Manuel —, empl. H. E. C. Seeley
Marcore H. A Papillou, farmers, S. Saanich
Mars George, empl. St. George Hotel
Marsh W. P,, Phoenix Saloon, Yates street
Marshall Benj., empl. " The Hall."
Martin J., mariner, Esquimalt road
Marvin Edgar, iron and hardware merchant, Wharf street
Marvin E. B., ship chandler and sail maker, Wharf st. W side
Marwick J., laborer, View street above Quadra
Matthews Charles, empl. C. H. Charity
Matthews John, empl. C. H. Charity
Matthews John D., watchman, Quadra street
Mayerant J. B., empl. A. Casamayou
Maynard Rich., boot & shoe dealer & maker, Occidental building
Maynard Mrs., photographer, Johnson street
McCaffrey Edward, Fort street
McClearn James, general dealer, New Westminster
McDonald Duncan, empl. Verdrier A Engelhardt, S. Saanich
McDonald A., chief factor H. B. C, Fort Colville
McDonald Mrs., Fort street above Quadra street
McDonald Miss, organist and teacher of music
McDonald W., carpenter, Herald street
McDonnell A. J., tailor, cor Government street
McDowell Wm., farrier, Johnson street
McDowell Joseph, waterman, Yates street
McDowell John, carpenter, resid. Pandora street
McDougall Wm., Grotto Saloon, Government street
McFadden J., farmer, Salt Spring Island
McFarlane Patriek, empl. A. Gilmore
McPorlingtine Jeffrey, teamster, Johnson street
McGee Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street
McHugh H., farmer S. Saanich. resid. Fisgard street
McHugh jr H., with H. McHugh
Mclvor Donald, laborer, Herald street
McKay George, miner, Government street
McKay J. G., liquor saloon. Government street
McKay J. W., chief trader H. B. C, Yale
McKenzie Kenneth, farmer and navy contractor, Lake Hill Farm
and Craigflower
McKenzie jr Kenneth, clerk in navy yard, Esquimalt
McKenzie W. B., clerk bank British North America
McKenzie Alex., Douglas street
McKenzie G., laborer, Cameron's Mill, Belmont
McKenzie A., clerk H. B. C, Victoria
McKenzie James, clerk H. B. C, Fort Colville
McKeon W., (see McKeon A Trehant) resid. Douglas street
McKearnie —., clerk H. B. C, New Caledonia 38
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
McKinna — , steward, Fort street
McKinnan D., sail maker, resid. Laurel Point
McLean Alex., general outfitter, Scotch House
McLean R., clerk H. B. C, Fort Shepherd
McMillan J., farmer, S. Saanich
McMillan James E., prop. Evening News, resid. Cormorant st
McQuade P., ship chandler, Wharf street
McQuade E., empl. P. McQuade
McTiernan P., general store and produce dealer, Government st
McTeirnan J., empl. P. McTeirnan
McWhinnie John, tailor, empl. A. Gilmore
McWhinnie Willi m, tailor, empl. A. Gilmore
McBride J., gaoler, Police barracks
McCarthy J., constable, Police barracks
McCoy Owen
!McOrea W. H., custom house
McCredy W.. empl. E. Marvin
McCreight J. F., barrister-at- law, Colonist building, resid. James
Bay
McCulloch Capt. Wm., schr. Black Diamond, resid. James Bay
McGreavy Mrs., resid. Yates street, above Cook street
McKay W., plasterer, Cormorant street
McMillan R., police constable, the Barracks
McNiel W. H., farmer, Foul Bay road
McTeiffh John, drayman
Mechanics'  Literary Institute—President, Lumley Franklin |
Vice'President, James Fell:  Hon. Sec, A,. B. Gray ;   Hon. Treasurer, T.
Allsop ; Librarian, Edmund T. Coleman.
Mebius Chas.,. cooper, Rae street
Meesou W., farmer, Sooke district
Meldrum John H., ship carpenter, Herald street
Meloner P., empl. A. W. Piper
Melrose Robt., farmer and contractor, Victoria Arm -<s
Menner P. H.aempl. A. W. Piper
Mentras Lucas, bootblack, Government street
Merle J., empl. Caire & Grancini
Meyer E., wigmaker, Government street
Miles Mrs. E., resid, Sooke district
Millard A Beedy, importers A com. merchants, Wharf street
Millard Ch. T., (see Millard A Beedy) resid. Pandora street
Millington W., farmer, Esquimalt district
Mitchell <fe Johnstone,  seedsmen   ard nurserymen,    Occidental
building,.and Cadboro Bay road
Mitchell H. (see M. A Johnstone) resid. Cadboro Bay road
Mitchell Thos. P. (see Lettice & Mitchell) resid. McClure street
Mitchell T., farmer, S. Saanich E road
Mitchell' Ch., farmer, Sooke
Moffatt.N., ch. tra. H. B. Co., New Caledonia
Mohun A Farwell, civil engineers, Fort street
Moody John, lumber yard, Store street, resid Pandora street Moore A Co., chemiets and druggists. Yates A Langley streets.
Moore M., (see Moore A Co.) resid. Kane street
Moore Nathaniel, Pandora street
Morby Fred, empl., S. Nesbitt
Mordaunt A. E., (see Bushell A M.) resid. Fort street
Moresby Mrs., school teacher, New Westminster
Morgan John, laborer, Sooke district
Morris Jacob M.. (see Wolff & M.)
Morrison George, drug store J. G. Norris. resid. Humboldt st
Morrow Robert, inspector of distilleries, New Westminster
Moses W. D., farmer N. Saanich
Moss Charles, resid. Fort street
Moss James, "The Willows," Cadboro Bay Road
Mouatt W. A., chief trader H. B. C, Fort Rupert
Muir sen. John, farmer, Woodside, Sooke district
Muir jr. John, farmer, Woodside, Sooke district
Muir Michael, farmer, Woodside, Sooke district
Muir Edward, empl. H. Schultz
Mull Isaac, farmer, Metchosin district
Munro Male dm, contractor, Fort street
Munro Alex., accountant H. B. C. Victoria, resid. James Bay
Murphy D., California saloon, Johnson street
Murray J., pressman British Colonist office
Murray John, cattle dealer and butcher, resid. Fort street
Murray Minian, baker, Fort street
Myers H., handcart, resid. Cormorant street
Mandart Very Rev. V". G., Superior St. Louis College
Mason H J., clerk attorney general, resid. James Bay
Mason George, barkeeper, Collinson street
Mahomet Assam, general store, Store street E side
Maltby Richard-, farmer, Highland district
Maltby Thomas, farmer, Highland district
Nagle Jeremiah, shipping agent, Bastion street
Nathan, jr.,  A   Co.,   U.,  importers and commission merchants,
Wharf street, resid. Douglas street
Navant M , empl. French laundry, resid. Chatham street
Needham J03., Ch. J., Vancouver I., resid. road to Cary Castle
Negree J., milk ranch, Mount Tolmie cross road
Nesbitt Saml., cracker bakery, Yates street
Neustadt Norton I, sec. S. R. W. W. Co., off. Government street,
NewbliEry W., saddle, harness and trunk maker, Government St.,
resid. James Bay
Newell Robt., dairyman, Yates street, S. side
Newton H  E., Jeffery's buildings, Johnson street
Newton W. H., elk. H. B. C, Victoria, resid. James Bay
Newton H., laborer, Victoria
Nicholson J. C, agent B. C. & V. I. S. L. A Sawmill Co., Wharf
street
Nicholson J. N., storetnan, resid. Store street 40
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Nicholson, senr., John, farmer, Saanich road
Nicholson, jr., farmer and contractor, resid. Saanich road
Nicholson Jos., farmer, Saanich road
Nicholson Geo., farmer, Victoria and Lake districts
Niles J., last U. S., Consul for British Columbia
Nias Mrs., resid. James Bay
!Norn Sam., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Norris John Gustavus, comm. merchant and gen. agent, Bastion
and Gov. sts., also drug store.  Occidental buildings
Norton J. 0., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Norton M„ with J. 0. Norton
Norris Wm  Geo., variety store, Store st., resid. Cormorant st
Norris Geo. printer. Colonist office, resid. Amelia street
Noltemeier Bros. (Noltemeier Friedrich, Wilhelm, Carl August)
boot and shoe store, Government street
Nunn Mrs., dancing academy, Esquimalt
Nuttall T. C-. land agent, agent Phoenix Ins. Co.
NANAIMO  LODGE   1090,  E,  R,—W. Clarke
port, S. W.; Sara Cliffe, J. W ; John Sabiston, S  D
J. D ; Mark Bate, Treasurer; Secretary, ; I. G
Arthur Fenny.
off. Gov. st
W, M.;  C. Al-
Geo. Bevilokskv,
Dr. Car.-ol; 0. G-
NANAIMO NAMES.  For the i
W.. P
res
Aitken, M. A., Rev
byterian Church
Allen William
Allen John
Allen James
Alport C. A., Van.  Coal Co
Alport Arthur
Arthur John
Akenhead Thomas
Bate Mark, Van. Coal Co.
Barton William
Bell George
Beaucharap Robert
Bevilockway George
Bevilockway Moses
Beck James
Brinn Richard
Buckley Noad
Butler Thomas
Burrell James
Bilboa Francis
Baker George, butcher
Bryant C, school teacher
Bryden John, Van. Coal Co.
Cartwright William
Choak Richard
Christie John
nost part miners.
Curry John
Cooper Harry
Cliff Samuel"
Crosbv Rev. T
Indian teach.
Cunningham Bros, merchants
Davies William
Dock James
Dick Archibald
Dombrain Robert
Drew Richard
Drummond Charles
Dunn Daniel
Dunsmuir Robt
Emmett C, shoemaker
Fenny Arthur, carpenter,
Fid dick Samuel
Finlay Christopher
Fletcher Ambrose
Foster Josiah
Frew David
Fulton Robt.
Ganner Elijah
Ganner jr. Elijah
Ganner Joseph
Galloway Alex.
Garrett Rev. A. C. St. Paul's
Church LIST OF NAMES
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Gibbs Benjamin
Gilbert J. K.
Gillespie James
Glaholui' Thomas
Gough Edwin
Gough Samuel
Grandum John
Grant Kleeir, M. D.
Green Ashdown H., surveyor
Grey Robert
Griffiths David
Grimes W. H.
Haggard J. M.
Hamilton James
Harper Joseph
Harris Samuel
Harris James
Harrower Samuel
Hoslane Richard
Hawks Thomas
Hencock Thomas
Hilton George
Hirst John, merchant
Holden John, blacksmith
Hope David
Hopkins David
Howse George
Howse James
Hunter Andrew
Hunter John
Isbister William'
James Thomas, merchant
Jeffray William
Jenner David
Jerome H., Old Flag hotel
Johns Isaac
Johns John
Jones Wm. M., M. D.
Jones L. D.
Jones Thomas
Jones Robert
Kearney Patrick
Kenny John
Lawless Joseph
LeBoeuf Theodore
Levi S. D., empl Mayer & Co
Lewis David
Lewis D. L.
Lindsay Henry
Locus Henry
Mahaffy Moses, teamster
Malcolm John
Mallado Bruno, carpenter, &c
Malpass John
Mame John
Manuel William
Marten A. W.
Marten Peter
May William
Mayer A Co. A., merchants
Maxey David
Meakin John
Meakin Frederick
Miles Thomas
Miles James
Morgan William
Muir Archibald
McClusky Peter
McDonald John
McGregor John
Nightingale Richard
Nixon George
Old George
Owen William
Papley Alexander
Papley Peter
Parker Thomas
Parkin William, grocer
Parry Thomas
Payne Charles
Peck T. A.
Prindible Dennis
Raudle Henry
Raudle Joseph
Raper Benjamin
Raper Alfred
Raybould W., dea. dry goods
Reid James
Reid William
Reece William
Renwick John
Rich William
Richardson Richard
Richardson John
Richardson Hugh
Roberts Samuel
Robertson George
Sabiston John, harbor pilot
Sabiston J., Identical Hotel
Sabiston Eneas 42
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Sage Jesse
Sampson William
Sampson jr William
Selleck William
Smith Bryan
Ppaulding W. R., Stip. Mag.
Stebbins Robert
Stepney Adam
Stewart William, constable
Storey James
Stove James
Tamence Thomas
Taylor Peter
Tennant John
Thomas Price
Thompson John
Thompson William
Thompson James
Tranfield George, butcher
Tregoing William
Nanaimo District—All Farmers.
Biggs John
Biggs William
Bonell Henry
Brown James
Caulfield John
Chantrell C. W
Chappel Richard
Crawford George
Dingman Thomas
Dolholt John
Dupuy Theophilus
Ferguson Joseph
Francis Samuel
Gordon James
Goss Henry
Hamilton James
Turner Richard
Wancington Samuel
Walker Edward
Watts Thomas
Watkins Richard
Webb, W. E., baker
Webb Joseph, Miner's  Hotel
Webb Moses, teamster
Wenburn Frederick
Westwood Joseph
White Rev. E, Wesleyan mis.
White Cornelius
. Wiles Emanuel
Williams H.
Williams John
Wilson Edward
Wood Aaron
Wyatt Edward
Yorke Charles, butcher
Heath Henry
Hogan William
Hogan David
Hughes Wil iara
Hunter B. H.
Innis John
Kemp John
Lockart William
McGuffy Thomas
Nicholas Thomas
Sabiston Peter
Smallbone C. R.
Veale Francis
Westwocd W. J.
Westwood David
White C.
NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES including SAPPERTON
Allen P., schoolmaster
Anderson Robt., tinsmith
Andrews Richard, baker
Armstrong William, farmer
Armstrong W. J., J. P.
Armstrong Joseph C, miner
Armstrong Thos., watchman
Armand J., wine & spirit mer.
(Atkins Edward R., farmer
I Ball Hon. H. M., S. M., district
Bean Alex., fisherman    of N W
j Beers James, Cooper
,Begbie M. B., Ch. Jus. mainland
British Columbia
I Bennett Geo., butcher
Black G., stock dealer A imptr.
Ashwell Geo. R., general dealer|Blackie Walter, blaeksmith S^rV
LIST OF NAMES
43
Black A. W. S., M. D.  coroner
N. W. district
Bloom field J , cook
Bonson L. F., carpenter
Breed Chas. T. brewer
Brown E-, wine & spirit mer.
Browne 0. W., barber
Browning Rev. A., Meth. clerg,
Bruce Henry, carpenter
Burr Hugh, schoolmaster
Bushby Hon. A. T.,  J. P., Registrar & Postmaeter Gen.
Cafferty Edward, miner
Cafferty McNeal. gen. dealer
Churton A., tanner
Clarkson William, farmer
Clarkson G. C, gen. dealer
Claudet T. G., Gov. assayer
Clute J. S., imp. A gen. dealer
Cook T., steamboat steward
Cooper James, bootmaker
Cotton Ben., teamster
Cox John, miner
Crart Philip, miner
Cummings A., miner
Cunningham J., imp. & gen. dea
Davis James, engineer
Davis J., photographer
Dean R. W., carpenter, &c.
Deben R., general dealer
Dietz Geo., lumber -merchant
Dickinson R., butcher
Dixon J. retail spirit dealer
Drewery Richard, groom
D'Herbomez Rt. Rev. Dr., Cath
Bishop
Durien Very Rev. Father, Cath
Vicar General
Edmonds H. V., auctioneer, &c.
Edwards William, constable
Edwards William, gardener
Eichoff F., general dealer
Eichoff Henry, tailor
Finlaison C. S., customs depart.
Fisher W., imp. A com. mer.
Fisher William, cook
Fleming Capt.  John R.,- stmr.
Lillooet
Flux James, laborer
Forrester T., steamboat steward
Foster William, farmer
Franklin J., general dealer
tyerman P., landing waiter
Gilbride R., hotel keeper
Godfrey Frank, laborer
Grelley F., wine A spirit mer.
Guerra H. B., constable
Hall Jas., stonemason
Hall Matthew, stonemason
Harvey William, baker
Hawkins Alfred, bricklayer
Herring John hotel keeper
Herring S. W., farmer
Herring Arthur, clerk
Hickley D. B', gardener
Hogan H., wine A spirit mer.
Holbrook Hon. H.,  J. P., imp-
A com. merchant, &c.
Hooper William clerk,
Eorris Rev. E. M. I., Ca. clergy
Howell Robt., road maker
Hume Robt., miner
Hume James, clerk
Hyde George, miner
Holmes Miss, school teacher
Jackman P., whipsawyer
Jamieson Rev., Presby. clergy
Janes John, lawyer
Jaques John, waiter
Jenkins W., hospital steward
Jnsley A., steamboat pilot
Johnstone Wm., bootmaker
Johnston John, bootmaker
Johnston P. L., miner
Jones W. T., baker
Jones Ellis, miner
Irving Capt. Wm., steamrs. Reliance and Onward
loyal Rev. Father, 0. M. I. Ca.
clergyman
Kaye Fredk., fishmonger
Keary James, teamster
Kent Chas., cook
Kirkwood Mrs., dressmaker
Ladner Thos. E., logging contr.
Lee Christopher, engineer
Lewis W. R., stage proprietor
Little David, fireman
London W., steward Gov. Ho.
McColl Mrs., dressmaker 44
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McClearn J., general dealer
McMurphy J., farmer ]
McNamara J. constable
McNeil J., logger
McRoberts Hugh, farmer
Main G. B., fisherman
Major C. G., imp. & gen. dealer
Masters Stephen H., clerk
Maynard Joseph, carpenter
Miller Johnathan, logger
Milligan David, clerk
Moresby Mrs. school teacher
Morey Johnathan, constable
Morrow Robt. inspec.distilleries
Murrey John, bootmaker
Murrey G., telegraph operator
Musselwhite J., whipsawyer
Nicholles W., retail spirit deal.
Odin George, cooper
Page George, fisherman
Picht E., wine A spirit mer.
•Pollard Wm., fisherman
Pooley C, reg. Supreme Court
Powers Robert
Pritchard C. J., J. P.,  warden
of Goal
Reed Thos. tailor i
Richardson A. G.. tel. operator
Rogers J., logging contractor
Rylett R. M., stonemason
Sanders William, miner
Scott John, retail spirit dealer
Sempiere David, laborer
~mith H. W., drug & chem
Smith J. 0., pilot
Sorel Joseph, baker
Stark J., fireman
Sullivan Peter, millman
Sullivan J., steamboat steward
Sutherland H., shingle maker
Sweeny Cha3 . engineer
Tate K. B., clerk in post office
Thisleton J., barber
Turner Geo., retail spirit dealer
Walsh Thomas, tailor
Ward A. J., miller
Waters Hugh, tinsmith
Watson John, tinsmith
Webster John A. imp. A dealer
Weir Wm., logger
Whitfield J., bootmaker
Wintermute J., carpenter
Wise James, fishmonger
Withrow D., cabinet maker
O'Dwyer Patrick, resid. Government street
O'Dwyer Andrew, empl. E. McCaffery
Ogden Peter, chief trader H. B. C. New Caledonia
Ogden J. S., clerk H. B. C. New Caledonia
Ogilvy David A. W., resid. the Gorge Road
Ogilvy Mrs., resid. James Bay
Cldendurg Oran, general store, Store street
Oliver W. H., merchant
Otto J., farmer, North Saanich
Orau John, carpenter, Humboldt street
Orr James, prop. King's Head, and Steamboat Exchange Saloons
Own Shin, washing, cor Humboldt and Courtenay streets
Owen W., clerk F. Reynolds
Owen H., water carrier, Spring Ridge Water Works Company
Ow^ns Rev. B., Indian mission, Victoria
Pack, hired man, Cadboro Bay road
Pagden C, barkeeper, Beehive hotel
Page Francis, empl. J. H. Turner A Co.
Page Wm., farmer, (see Hardy A Page
Page H., farm laborer, S. Saanich
Payne F., hairdresser, Johnson street LIST OF NAMES.
45
Palmer Digby, prof, of music and singing, Kane street
Pamphlet Thos., pilot, resid. James Bay
Papillon J., farmer, S. Saanich
Parker Thos., empl. J. W. Williams
Parker John, farmer, Metchosin
Parker James, farmer, Esquimalt district
Parmiter W. H., resid. Craigflower road
Partridge T. J., empl. H. B. Co., sexton St. John's church
Partridge John, empl. H. Mansell, bootmaker
Partridge Thomas, empl. Henry Short
Partridge Sam , empl. W. Newberry
Passerard Honore, carpenter, Johnson street
Patterson M. W., empl. N. Murray
Pawson John, The Hall, Fort street
Peacock W., empl. Edwards & Burns
Pearkes A Davie, solicitors, &c, Mason's building
Pearkes Geo., (ste P. & Davie) resid. James Bay
Pears George, farmer, Metchosin district
Pears Wm., farmer, Metchosin district
Pearce —, teacher, St, Louis college
Pearce John S., farmer, N. Saanich
Peatt Arthur, farmer, Traveller's Exchange, Esquimalt district
Pearson Bros., tinsmiths, Barkerville, Williams creek
Peel Adolphus, resid. Langley street
Pembroke —, porter, Sproat A Co.
Pemberton Hon. Aug. F., S. M., com. of Police,  resid. Foul Bay
road
Pemberton Joseph Despard, farmer, adjoining Cary Castle
Pender Dan., lieut. com., H. M. Sur. S. Beaver
Pendola A., merchant, Barkerville
Penn Charles, empl. Reay Bros., N. Saanich
Petchzler Geo , cooper, resid. James Bay
Petchzler Mrs., store, Johnson street
Petibeau Mrs., Fairfield academy, Fort street
Peters Peter, fruiterer, Government street
Pfluger H., farmer, Esquimalt district
Pheiper Thos., stock dealer, View street    .
Phelps E., contractor and house mover View street
Phillips Ch. empl. W. Quarles, Government street
Phillips M.M., H. B. Co., Fort Shepherd
Phillips James, farmer, N. Saanich
Phillips Alex., soda water and cider manufac. Fort street
Phillips W., laborer, Sooke district
Phillips P., Smith's saloon, Government street
Picht Ernest, wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Pike Caleb, farmer, Highland district
Pike Wm., farmer, Highland district
Piper A. W., coffee saloon and confectionery, Government st.,
Pitts Mrs., resid. Meares street
Pitts S. J., mer. and imp. corner Wharf and Fort streets 46
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Plaskitt W., teamster, empl. W. G. Bowman
Plnmmer Robt., resid. James Bay
Plummer H., messenger, Bank British Columbia
Pointer Nathan, resid. Johnson street
Pointer W. H.. hosier, <fcc, Oliver's buildings, Government st.
Pollock Ch., boiler maker, res. Cook street
Pollock C. prov. and gro. store, cor. Pandora & Cormorant sts.
Pooley C. E., registrar S. C. mainland, New Westminster
Porter Robt., farmer, Lake district
Porter A. brickmaker, Saanich road
Portway R., empl. Verdrier & Engelhardt, N. Saanich
Postern John, teamster, empl. W. G. Bowman
Potter W., engineer, Jeffery's buildings
Pottinger W. empl. Hillside farm
Pottinger James, resid. James Bay
Powell Walter, accountant, Bank British Columbia
Powell I. W., M. D., Douglas street
Powell Robert B., empl. M. Moore A Co
Power Robert, resid. New Westminster
Power jr Robert, resid. New Westminster
Powers Ephraim, lumberman, Johnson st
Poye — market gardener, Cemetery roid
Prevost C. C, empl. W. S. S. Green, resid. Fisgard street
Price Thomas, tailor, Government street
Prichard C. J., J P., warden of gaol, New Westminster
Pritchard Thomas, resid. Meares street
Promis A Sanders, grocers, cor Johnson st and Oriental Alley
Promis Giraud, (see P. A Sanders)
Prossenburger H., hunter, Store street
Prypts — baker, Store street
Punchie — hired man, road to Cary Castle
Presbyterian Church—Victoria, Rev. T.  Somerville, M. A.,
Minister Church of Scotland; Esquimalt, Rev. T. Somerville, Church of
Scotland; Nanaimo, Rev. W. Aitken, M. A., Church of Canada; New
Westminster, Rev. R. Jamieson, Church of Canada; Langley, Rev. R.
Jamieson, Church of Canada,
Police and Gaol Department—Commissioner of Police, Governor of Gaol and Stipendiary Magistrate, Hon. A. F. Pemberton; clerk,
A. Theakston; Inspector. W. Bowden; Constables, R. McMillan; T. R. R.
Kennedy, J. McCarthy; Gaoler, A. McBride; Assistant Gaoler, P. Woola.
cott; Superintendent of Convicts, J, Truran; Guards, J. Hutchison, T. H.
Cudlip, J. Smith, T.Haughton, D. R. Rappitt.
Provincial Grand Lodge of British Columbia, F. A A. M., R.
S., R. W., J. W. Powell, Prov. Grand Master; R. W., N. I. Neustadt, Dep,
Grand Master; R. W., R. H. Adams, Sub. Grand Master; R. W., Simeon
Duck, S. G. W.; R. W., S. D. Levi, J. G. W.; V. W., J. Robertson Stewart,
G. Treas.; V. W., H. F. Heisterman, G. Sec; V. W., George Grant, G.
Clerk; V. W. and Rev. Thos. Somerville, G. Chaplain • W., W. M. Waitt,
S, G. D.; W., J. C. Hughes, J. G D.; W., Wm. Dalby, G. Architect; W.,
Jonathan Nutt, G. Bible Bearer; W., J. Gillon, G. Director of Ceremonies;
W., CooteChambers, G. Organist; W., Dr. W.'Jackson, G. Sword Bearer;
W., P.J.Hall, G  Tyler. I.,S.
Quarles W., Eureka Music Hall, Government street
Quong Hang, washing, Store street
Quong Sing, Sacramento restaurant, Waddington Alley
Rabson Thos., general store, Esquimalt
Ragazzoni J., coffee and spice dealer, Johnson street
Randall — resid. Kane street
Rappitt D. R., guard Police barracks
Raymur J. A., manager at Burrard's Inlet of B. C <fe V.
and Saw-Mill Co., resid. James Bay
Read J. M., empl. R. Maynard
Read Edward, empl. W. Quarles
Reay William & Charles H., farmers, N Saanich E road
Redfern Charles E., watchmaker and jeweller, Government st.
resid. Quadra street
Reed C. Oakland Hotel, Cedar Hill Road
Reece Ven. W. Sheldon, M. A., Archdeacon of Vancouver, resid.
Cowichan
Reid W.. White Horse Saloon, Humboldt street
Reid W., farmer, N. Saanich
Reid D. B., empl. W. Reid, N. Saanich
Reynard Rev. J. A.. Episcopal Mission. Cariboo
Reynolds Fred , butcher and navy contractor, London Market,
Yates st; Leadenhall Market, Johnson street
Reynolds Matthew, contractor, Victoria
Rhodes Henry, (see Janion A Rhodes) Consul Sandwich  Islands,
resid. Blanchard street
Richards F., empl. J. W. Williams, livery stable
Richards F., Topaze Avenue, Saanich nad
Richards W., Topaze Avenue, Saanich road
Richards F., Theatre Paloon, Government street
Richards Dan., carpenter, Quadra street
Richards H., resid. Superior street
Richardson George, Victoria Hotel, Government street
Richardson W., farmer, Burnside road
Richardson W., farmer, South Saanich
Richardson H., waterman, Yates street
Ricketts Samuel, farmer, Lake District
Rickman Augustus, (see Willson & R)
Ridley R., miner, Fisgard street
Ring David Babington, barrister-at-law, Langley street
Ripper Philip, laborer and contractor, Victoria
Rippon William, confectioner, Yates st above Broad st
Rithett Robert P., empl. Sproat A Co
Robb B., painter, empl. Eli Harrison
Robb J., land recorder and collector of road tax, Comux district
Roberts Timothy, teamster, Yates street
Roberts Richard, tailor, Government street
Robertson Alex. Rock, barrister-at-law, Bastion street
Robertson Mrs., resid. Kane street 48
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Robinson George, resid. Woodbine Cottage, Esquimalt road
Robinson Victor E., compositor, British Colonist office
Robinson W. C, empl. R. Brodrick A Co
Robinson J. D., empl. J. Robertson Stewart
Robinson — , sailor, Jeffery's building
RobinsOn H., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Robson Hon. John, prop, and editor British Columbian, Fort st
Robson — , blacksmith, Herald street
Rhode Joseph, baker, &c, Store street E side
Rogers Jeremiuh, loggiug contractor, New Westminster
Rogers W., (Kamelhehe) H. B. C. store, resid. James Bay
Rolls R. H., cook, resid. Fort street
Rollings Edward, empl. W. Heathorn
Roscoe F. J., (see Fellows, Roscoe A Co)  Lieut. Commanding
V. R. C, resid. Foul Bay f
Rose Alex., prop and editor British Columbian Examiner, Yale
Ross — , clerk H. B. C, Barkerville
Ross Mrs. Genevieve, resid. Foul Bay Road
Ross David, engineer, Meares street
Ross John, empl. A. B. Gray
Rosman Edmund, farmer, Esquimalt and Metchosin districts
Rothwell W., Esquimalt Town
Rowbottom Mrs., View street
Rowbottom A. J., store D. Spencer
Rowden Moses, farm laborer, Lake district
Rowland Matthias, farmer, Victoria and Esquimalt districts
Rowland Samuel, empl. M, Rowland
Rueff Jules, commission merchant, Wharf street E side
Rudlin George, captain schr Black Diamond, resid. Pandora st
Rupert A., cook, Fisgard st
Russ Rev. A. E., Wesleyan Mission, resid. Broad street
Russell John, City  Councilman Johnson Street Ward, resid.
Esquimalt road
Russell Thomas, grocer, corner Fort and Blanchard streets
Ryan— , blacksmith, North Saanich
Ryan — , farmer, Cedar Hill Road
Roman Catholic Church.—Victoria.—St. Andrew's Cathedral'
Humboldt street: Right Rev. Modeste Demers; V. Rev. Joseph Mandart, V*
G.; Rev. C, Seshers, acting pastor and chaplain to St. Ann's Convent;
Rev. L. Haupts and P. Kirly, assistants ; St. Lonis Church : Pastor, Very
Rev. Joseph Mandart; The Fleet: Rev. J. Jonckau, chaplain; St, Anns'
Mission, Cowichan : Rev. P. Rendeau, missionary and chaplain to the
Convent, The Indian girls are taught reading, writing, spinning, knitting and sewing. New Westminster, &c—incomplete:—Rt. Rev. Bishop
D'Herbomez; V. Rev. Father Durien, V. G.; and Rev. E. Horris, 0. M. I.,
y   Rev. Father loyal, 0. M. I.
Sadler John, farmer, E road Sovjfh Saonich and Lake
Sam Hing, washing and ironing, Gov't st cor Courtenay st
Sam Kee, tailor, Yates street below Waddington Alley
Sampson Henry, farmer Salt Spring Island LIST OF NAMES 49
Sampson W., drayman, Wharf street
Saunders H., (see Promis & Saunders)
Sam Ching, washing; Broad street
Sandover Stephen, (see Duck A S.)
Sandrie George, fruiterer, &c, Government street E side
Saners C  G., clerk Bri. Col. and V. I. Lumber Co Burrard Inlet
Savage Robert, express waggon, Johnson street
Savage R. W., express waggon, Johnson street
Sayward  Wm. Parsons, lumber merchant, Wharf street, resid.
Collinson street
Sayers Mrs., resid. Kane street
Scammell Alex., farmer, Metchosin district
Schmidt John, farmer, North Saanich
Schultz Hermann, bootmaker, Oliver's Buildings, Government st
Scott L., farmer, Metchosin district
Scully L., painter, empl. Eli Harrison, resid. Fort street
Seeley W. C. S., Australian House A sea baths, James Bay bridge
Seghers Rev. Ch., offic. St. Andrews R. C. Church, Humboldt st
Seelye H. E., reporter British Columbian, resid. Rae street
Seitz Julius, furrier, Johnson street S side
Sehl Jacob, furniture warehouse, Government and Broughton sts
resid. Douglas street
Sehl & Wolff, Teutonia Hall. Government street W side
Sehl Frank, (see S. A Wolff)
Seidon C. Michael, Mosquito Creek, Cariboo
Selleck W., wharfinger, Esquimalt
Seymour Geo. T., (see Pierce A Seymour) Broad street
Shade David, carpenter, Fort street resid. Humboldt st
Shakespeare Noah, photographer, Government st W side
Shing Lee, washing, Johnson st above Douglas st
Short Henry, gunmaker. Government st near Johnson st
Shuug, hired mar, Foul Bay road
Skitch Thomas, farmer, South Saanich E road
Skitch M., laborer, Cadboro Bay road
Sinclair Capt, W., resid. James Bay
Sidgmore Fred., carpenter, empl. A. Bunting
Simms Walter, slaughter house, Fort street
Simpson Jonathan, farmer, Esquimalt district
Simpson Elijah W., farmer, Highland district
Simpson Alex., resid. Oakland Estate. Cedar Hill road
Simpson George, farmer, Lake district
Simpson Donald, empl. A. Gilmore
Sin Kee, general store, Store street
Skinner T. J., farmer, Comiaken, Cowichan
Skinner Robert, farmer, Comiaken, Cowichan
Skinner Ernest J.; farmer, Comiaken, Cowichan
Slocum James, laborer, Burnside road
Sloman Benjamin, clothier, Yates street adj. Oriental Alley
Smallwood Charles, laborer, Rupert street
Smith John, carpenter, Meares street 50
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Douglas St
Smith M., empl. J. W. Williams
Smith Philip, Highland Mary saloon, Government street
Smith Charles, miner, Johnson street
Smith Moses Roe, bread, biscuit and fancy cake maker, Fort st
Smith W., Swan Lake Hotel, Victoria district
Smith jr W, empl. J. Durance, Lake district
Smith C. McKeavers, builder Government street
Smith H., milk ranch, road to Clover Point
Smith John, police constable, Blanchard street
Snider W., empl. J. W. Williams
Snider John, empl. D. Lindsay, Lake district
Soar Henry, empl. W. Newbury
Solomon Bros., clothiers, Government street
Solomon S.. (see S. Bros.)
Somerville Rev. Thomas, Presbyterian Mission, resid.
Som Yang, empl. Sam Kee, tailor
Sopranis Ernest, drayman, Victoria
Soulay C. A., 2nd steward stmr Enterprise
Southgate Joseph Johnson, merchant, resid. St. George Hotel
Spark John, paymaster R. N., Esquimalt
Spelde John, sexton to Cathedral, resid. Quadra street
Spence Wm., tailor, Fort street near Qu tdra
Spencer David, stationer and importer, Government street
Spencer J., empl. A. W. Piper
Spotts Fielding, farmer, South Saanich
Spring Capt. Thomas, late scbr. " Surprise," resid. James Bay
Sproat A Co., com. merchts., Wharf st.   M. T. Johnston, manag.
Spratt & Kriemler, Albion Iron Works, Store street
Spratt Joseph, (see S. A Kriemler) resid. Blanchard street
Spring Ridge Water Works Company—Office, Government st—
Secretary, W. Siffken; Foreman, W. Harrison; Carriers,  R. Andrews, W.
Fox, W. Owen, T. Dean.
Stewart John, (see Wallace A S.)
Stahlschmidt Thos. Lett, commission merchant, Wharf st, resid.
near Cary Castle
Stafford A Hickin, butchers, cor. of Gov't and Johnson streets
Stafford John, (see S. & Hickin)
Stamp Capt. E., resid. Park street, James Bay
Stannard J., empl. J. H. Turner A Co. resid. Kane st
Starks James, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Steel & Longhurst, saloon keepers, Bastion street
Steel Peter, (see S. A Longhurst)
Steel Mrs. W., Mount Tolmie Cross roads
Stelly George, wood dealer, teamster, &c, Johnson st
Stemmler Louis, empl. J. Weiler, Fort street
Stephens Edward, civil eng. and sur. Richfield, Williams creek
Stephens George, carpenter, View street
Stevens J., engineer "Eliza Anderson," resid. Kane street
Stevens John, Half-Way House, W road
Stevenson Thos., miner, Johnson street 1
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Stewart J. Robertson, commission merchant and insurance agent,
Wharf street, resid. Cadboro Bay road
Stewart James, farmer, Esquimalt district
Stockham F., store keeper, Esquimalt Town
Stone M. J., messenger H. B. C, Victoria
Stokes Richard, flyman, resid. Kane street
Storey Thomas, carpenter, resid. Pioneer street
Stow Cyru^. farmer, Sooke district
Strachan James D., Ship Inn, Wharf street
Strong Arthur, dust contractor, &c. Victoria
Strauss C, merchant, Barkerville
Struthers H., farmer, Lake district
Stuart G. I., brewer, Fort st and Lion Brewery, resid. Raest
Stuart Capt. G. J., asst. lib. Mechanic-*' Institute, resid. Kane st
Stubbs Samuel, empl. H. Mansell, bootmaker
Sullivan Humphrey, H. B. C. wharf, resid. James Bay
Sutton John, engineer, View street
Suter J. K., r porter British Colonist, resid. Langley st
Sutro & Co. G., cigar and tobacco dealers and importers, corner
Yates and Wharf Greets '
Sutro Gu-stav, (see G. Sutro A Co) resid. Pandora street
Sutro Emil, (see G. Sutro A Co) resid. Pandora street
Swanson John Cap:., strnr Enterprise, resid. James Bay
Sylvester Frank, empl. H. M. Cohen, Yates street
Stevens John, Pembroke street
Stevens Solomon, teamster, Discovery street
Stevens John, teamster, Herald street
Shields James, night watchman, resid. Saanich road
St. Andrew's Society—Sir James Douglas, K. C.B.,Hon. Pres.;
President, Alex. Watson; V. Presidents, G. T. Findlay and R. Wallace;
Chaplain. Rev, Thos. Snmerville ; Physician, James Trimble ; Treasurer,
vacant; Secretary, James Burns.
St. John's Choral Society—Pres., Walter Powell; Canductor,
J. J. Austin; Secretary, C. E. Redfern; Treasarer,_H. C. Berkely.
St. Louis College, Pandora Avenue—Superior, V. Rev. J. D.
Mandart; D:rec>or and Teacher, Rev. J. Jonckan- assistant Teacher. Rev.
R. L. Haupts; Rev. P. Kirly; and F. M. Dube, student in theology.
Tait John, clerk H. B. C, Semilkameen
Tapson. W., carpenter, Johnson street
Tarte J., empl. F. Stockham, Esquimalt Town
Tarte James, watchman. Esquimalt Town
Tate K. B., clerk Post-office, New Westminster
Taylor John, cook, Chatham street
Taylor G. J., resid. Pandora street
Taylor Charles, empl. J. Dickson
Taylor Charles, pork butcher
Teague John, carpenter, resid. Cook street
Theobald Thomas, H. B. C. store, resid. Fisgard street 52
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Thain J. N.. merchant, resid. Broughton street
Thain. W. H., teamster, Humboldt street   ■
Thain J. Murray, mariner, Humboldt &:reet
Thain Capt. John, master mariner, resid. Fisgard street
Theakston Arthur, clerk Police Court
Thomson Mrs. M. J)., dressmaker, Port street
Thomas Charles, chief trader H. B. C, New Caledonia
Thomas George, fanner, W road South Saanich
Thomson C. W. Ringler, sec. Gas Company, resid. Pembroke st
Thomson William, farmer. W road South Saanich
Thomson George, baker, Fort street
Thorne Cornelius, H. B. C. store, resid. Meares street
Thornhill R.. farm laborer, James Bay
Thornbnry F., empl. D. Leneveu, Esquimalt district
Thrope Jonah, farmer, Sooke
Ti Hong, fish dealer, Fisgard street
Timmerman J. B., real estate agent, Fort, street
Tissette E.„ milk ranch, Cedar Hill road
Tissette James, laborer, Courtenay street
Tissette P., Johnson street S side
Tod John, farmer, Cadboro Bay road
Tod jr John, trader, San Juan Island
Tod Joseph, trader, San Juan Island
Tod James; farmer, Cedar Hill road
Todd Jacob H., merchant, Cariboo
Todd Robert, empl. Leneveu A Co
Tolcson Bros., tailors, Fort street
Toleson Seth, (see T. Bros)
Toleson W. B , (ste T. Bros.)
Tolmie Dr. W. Fraser, chief factor H. B. C. res. Cloverdale
Tomlinson Rev. R.. Episcopal Mission, Naas
Tong Hang, washing, &c. Trounce Alley
Tooley H., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Torello N., fisherman, Store street
Tothill H., farmer, Mount Tolmie Cross Road
Towne & Bunster, farmers, W road N Saanich
Townsend & Giffen, British Columbia Hotel, Fort street
Townsend Alfred Allatt, (see T. A. Giffen) resid. View street
Townsend W. B., empl. F. Reynolds
Travers Aug.. drayman, Yates street
Trehart C. H., Oriental Hotel, Yates street
Trevail'lot Capt., ageut, Richfield. Cariboo * -     |   *
Trimble James, M. D., Mayor of Victoria1, Broad street
Trounce. Thomas, builder and contractor, resid. James Bay
Truran E., superintendent of convicts, Police Barracks
Trutch John, resid. Foul Bay road
Trutch Hon. J. W., chief commissioner of lands and works, resi d.
Foul Bay road
Tung How, druggist, Cormorant street
Tugwell Thomas, Crown Hotel, Esquimalt Town Turgoose W., farmer, E road South Saanich
Turner A Co, J. H., importers of dry goods, London House
Turner J. H., (wJ. H. T. A Co) resid. Rock Say
Turner Arch., empl. H. Mansell, bootmaker
Turner David, surgeon. Johnson street
Turner Fred., farmer, Sooke district
Tuzo Dr. H. A .. chief trader H. B. C. wharf, resid. Park st
Tye Thomas Hickman, (see Fellows, Roscoe & Co) res. James Bay
Ty Shing, wood and charcoal dealer, Cormorant street
Ty Soong A Co., merchants, Cormorant street
Valentine J., furniture dealer, Store street
VanAlmon J. C, firmer, Victoria district
Vaughan John, empl. J. Goodacre, Fort'street
Veitch Andrew, farmer, Victoria Arm
Venn J., empl. H. Simpson, South Saanich
Verdrier Alphonso, farmer and hotel keeper, South Saanich
Verdrier Etienne, farmer, South Saanich
Vereydhen Charles, builder and contractor, Gov't street
Vianer Wm., empl. Alex- Ewer, Fort street
Viensseux Charles Edward, boys' school, James Bay
Vine Edward, farmer, Pedder Bay
Vigelius Louis, St. Nicholas hair cutting saloon, Gov't street
Vigelius Andrew, empl. Louis Vigelius
Vigelius Antoine. empl. Louis Vigelius
Vogel A. J., Victoria Brewery, Government street
Voutrain B., empl. A. Leclerc, Oakland
Vancouver Lodge, No. 421, F. A A. M—S. Duck, R. W. M.;
T. S - llatt, D. M.; A. Frankel, S. M ; W.Jackson, S. W.; W. Dalby, J. W.;
James Gillon, Treas ; R. B. Powell, Secretary; Thos. Somerville, Chaplain.
Victoria Gymnasium, (Turn Verein)—President, A. F. Keyser ;
V. Pres., Joshua Davies; Sec , R Lowenbeny; Treas., 0. Lombard; Sugwart
J. Vaughan; Turn warts, J. Stemmler and E. McQuade.
Victoria Lodge, No. 783, F. A A. M., E. R.—Jos. Blackbourn,
W. M ; Godfrey Brown. S. W.; Samuel L Kelly. J. W.; A. R. Robertson;
Treas.; Wm. Leirb. Secretary; J, G. McKay, S. D.; Fred. Dally, J. D.,
J. W. Barnett; W. H. Thain, Tyler.
Volunteer Rifle  Corps—Lieut. Commanding, F. J.  Roscoe ;
Ensign, J. H. Turner;  Lieut, and Adj., J. G. Vinter;  Qua. Master Sergt.,
%    E. MalUndaine; Color Sergt. A. Peel.        , ^        ^
Wadham E. A., office Millard A Beedy
Wagner J., waiter Pacific Telegraph Hotel
Waitt J. W., resid. Quadra street
Waitt M. W., store Hibben A Co., Quadra street
Wakeman Plowden, clerk "Navy Yard, Esquimalt
Walden Miss A., empl. W. Quarles
Waldron John, empl. Eli Harrison
Wale Wm., (see White A Wale) 54
first victoria directory.
Waikem George A., barrister-at-law, Richfield
Wtilker Hobson P., barrister-at-law, Richfield
Walker Geo. G., ship carpenter and builder, Yates street
Walker K. Smith, empl. Duck A handover
Wallace & Stewart, feed store, Wharf street
Wallace Robert, (see W. A Stewart) resid. Saanich road
Wallace James, empl. J. W. Williams
Wall Mrs. E. L., dressmaker, Fort street
Waller Henry, fruiterer and confectioner, Fort street
Waltham M., farmer, Esquimalt district
Ward Holroyd, store G. Mansell, Yates street
Ward James, gardener, Foul Bay road
Wark John M., chief trader H. B. C. Barkerville
Wark Heary, clerk H. B. C, Fort Langley
Walsh Peter, Bridge Tavern, Saanich road
Washington Thornton, Yates street west side
Waterham Thomas, laborer, Esquimalt road
Waterman Joseph, cor. Cook and Yates street
Watkins — View street
Watson Alex., inspector Bank of British Columbia
Watson Mrs. Johnson street below Quadra street
Watts John, tailor, Chatham street
Webster W. Cowper, tanner, Point Ellis
Webster John A., importer and gen. dealer, New Westminster
Wetter John, upholsterer, Fort street
Wei mer J., laborer, Cadboro Bay road
Weir Robert, farmer, Gordon Bush, Metchosin
Weir John, farmer, Gordon Bush. Metchosin
Weir Andrew, farmer, Gordon Bush, Metchosin
Weir Hugh James, farmer, Gordon Bush, Metchosin
Weir Will., logging contractor, New Westminster
Welch W. empLMuir & Co., Sooke district
Wellington Edward, empl. F. Reynolds
Welles George, clerk Navy Yard, Esquimalt
Wells, Fargo A Co., bankers and express agents, Yates st; agent,
F. Garesche; clerk, D. Evans
Wells Michael, contractor. Collinson street
West Wm., farmer, Sooke district
Westgarth Thomas, practical  engineer, Government inspector of
steamers, Government St.; resid. View street
Westlake — empl. A. Bunster
Western Union Telegraph Co.—Dist. supt. F. H. Lamb; agent
and operator, M. Gilbert.
Whear R. H., tailor, Fort street near Broad st
Whear Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street near Broad st
White Mrs., resid. Blanchard street
White Henry, (see Young & White)
White & Wale, farmers, E road Lake
White James, (see W. A Wale)
White James, farmer, Victoria district LIST OF NAMES.
55
White George, empl. J. Heal, Lake district
White Thomas, farmer, Sooke
White Andre, laborer, Mount Tolmie Cross road
White Thomas, barkeeper, Prince of Wales, Goverment street
White Richard, resid. Saanich road \
White W., hired man, Pandora street
Whitley S., washing and ironing, Douglas street
Whitley Wm., carpenter, Johnson street
Wi hong, baker, Cormorant street
Wilby E., expressman, Esquimalt Town
Weitcham J., commission merchant, Barkerville
Wilcox James, Royal Hotel, Wharf street
Wilkie& Co. John, merchants and importers, Wharf street
Whittingham Edward Augustus, mess. Bank B. N. A.
Williams J. W., livery stables, Johnson st resid. Kane st
Williams Charles, farmer, Happy Valley, Metchosin
Williams C. H., teamster, Johnson street
Williams Robert, M. A., resid. View street
Williams Robert, clerk H. B. C, Quesnelle
Williams Fred., Navy Club, Foster's wharf, Esquimalt
Williams John, farmer. North Saanich
Williams Peter, farmer, Esquimalt lagoon
Williams John, farmer, Lake district
Williams Edmund, farmer, Lake district
Williams George, printer', Government Printing office
Williams R. T., empl. T. N. Hibben A Co
Williams George, waiter, Oriental Hotel
Williamson Thos. A., Blue wing Saloon, resid. Kane street
Willson A Rickman, grocers, corner Fort and Douglas sts
Willson Edward, (see W. A Rickman)
Wiggins J., laborer, Superior street, James Bay
Wilson & Co. Thos., dry goods store, Mason's building
Wilson W., empl. T. Wilson & Co
Wilson Wm., clothier, Government street
Wilson Joseph, empl. W. Wilson
Wilson Mrs., laundry, Fort street E%ide
Wilson Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street
Wilson W. B., office Millard & Beedy
Wilson R. H., liquor saloon, cor. Gov't and Humboldt sts
Wilson John, with R. H. Wilson
Wilson Thomas, cabinet maker, empl. J. Sehl
Wilson A. A W., gasfitters, plumbers, &c. Fort st near Broad
Wilson Alex., (see A. A W. Wilson) resid. Pandora street
Wilson J., drayman, H. B. C. wharf
Wilkinson Thos., empl. Dr. Trimble
Wi throw D., cabinet maker, New Westminster
Witty John, farmer, Metchosin district
Wolfenden R., Government printer, resid. James Bay
Wolff A Morris, boot and shoe dealers and clothiers, Yates street
and Barkerville 56
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Wolff Peter, (see Sehl A Wolff)
Wolff Lewis, (see W. A Morris) resid. Johnson street
Wong Yang, Cariboo trader, Yates street
Wood Mrs., Johnson street
Wood E., empl. J. M dy, Market Exchange
Wood T. L., barrister-at law, Gov't st resid. Foul Bay Road
Wood Thomas, storeman, Grelley A Fiterre
Wood Virtue, Government street
Wools— miner, Johnson street
Woods Ven. C. T., Archdeacon Columbia, New Westminster
Woods R., Registrar Supreme Court, resid. Victoria Arm
Woollacott Philip, assistant gaoler, Police Barracks
Wootton Henry, post-master, resid. Rae street
Worcester H , jobber, cor. Fort and Quadra sts
Work Mrs., Hillside farm, Saanich road
Work John S., Saanich road
Work David, clerk H. B. C. store
Wattman John, laborer, resid. Fort street
Wren Charles, butcher and contractor, Foul Bay Road
Wrigglesworth Mrs., resid. Port street
Wylde C. S., revenue officer, resid. James Bay
Wylly Miss., resid. James Bay
Wyme Geo., drayman, Herald street
WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES :
BARKERVILLE.
Alder H., saloon keeper
Adams A Pearcy, tinsmiths
Amm & Christie, blacksmiths
Blanc Louis, photographer
Bank British  Columbia   agent,
0. S Jones; clerk, W; Fraser
Bank British North America agt,
G. Grant; accountant, G. Staples
Beak G. M., butcher
Barnard's Express Office
Bendixen Louis, saloon
Brown Robert, miner
Bruce & Mann, contractors
Burns George, bowling alley
Campbell A. C, blacksmith
Cariboo Sentinel office, Robert
Holloway, proprietor.
Chipp Dr., drug store
Cohen & Hoffman, clothing and
dry goods
Coulon M., laundry
Cunio N., saloon keeper
Davison — merchant
DeNouvion A Kurtz, merchants
Dodero C, merchant
Duprett Mary, saloon keeper
Ficht F., New England bakery
Flynn T , baker
Fritz from Lillooet
Funk Mrs., saloon keeper
Government Assay Office
Grunbaum Bros., merchants
Greenbaura & Co. L., merchants
Harper A Co., butchers
Holt A Burgess, carpenters
Hough Joseph, carpenter
Hudson Bay Co., merchants—J.
A Graham, C. F; J. Wark,.C
T.; Hugh Ross, clerk
Harney Geo., barber
Hesse Madame, Victoria
Johnston A., shoemaker
Kerr A Son, brewers
Kwcng Lee A Co., merchants
Langdon W., tailor A sal. keep.
Lewis H., barber
Lipsett Robert, saloon
Malamond M., carpenter 'BIST OF NAMES
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Macpherson A., watchmaker
Manetta P., merchant
Moses W. barber
McCullura C, merchant tailor
Nathan Mrs., Saloou
Nott John, carpenter
Oliver N., shoemaker
Ord Miss Eliza
Pagden Prank, saloon keeper
Parker Mrs., boarding house
Parker S. P., hotel keeper
Patterson & Goodson, restaur't.
Pendola A., merchant
Pearson A Bro. E., tinsmiths
Price D. T., miner
Ritchie J. D., carpenter
Sheldon Miss A.
Shepherd G. L., shoemaker
Sterling Saloon
Strouss C, merchant
Taylor — drug store
Thompson J. S., agent
Tibbs Rebecca, laundry
Todd J. H., merchant
VanVolkenburgh Benj., butcher
Vignolo A., brewer
Waldon O, wood dealer
Wheeler W., dancing master
Wilkham J., commis. merchant
Wilde L., shoemaker
Wolff & Morris, clothing store
Rennie W., bootmaker
Reynard Rev. J. A., Epis'cal ch1 Wilson Miss F., saloon keeper
RICHFIELD.
Barnstm John S., bar.-at-law Penberthy Mrs., hotel keeper
Hickman Miss, restaurant Steel R., restaurant keeper
Kirwin J., saloon keeper Stephens Edw'd, C. E. and sur
Manny N., saloon keeper jTrevaillot Capt., agent
Mclntee P., blacksmith Walkem G. A., bar.-at-law
Park Jos., barrister-at-law
Pelletier J., butcher
Walker Hobson J., bar-at-law
Wilmott — livery stable
GROUSE  CREEK.
Kelly A., saloon keeper |0'Neil C. P., blacksmith
McWha A Co. W.. merchants
Rogers L. A.
merchant
MOSQUITO CREEK.
Allen Mrs., boarding house
Cunio A Co., brewers
Jeffrey & Mills, merchants
Lowell & Co. Jos., merchants
Lambert D., merchant
Oakin George, expressman
Walker S., hotel
Yale J. M., Burnside road
Yardley F., mail carrier, Esquimalt
Yates J., H. B. C, Port Hope
Yet, gardener, resid. Cormorant street
York Joseph, carpenter, Oakland Estate
Young H. S., clerk H. B. C, New Caledonia
Young J. Judson, clerk Colonial Secretary's office, Victoria
Young Alex., teamster, Sayward's lumber yard
Young Ch. Newton, asst. master Collegiate school, resid. Fort st
Young A White, New England coffee saloon, Government st
Young H., (see Y. A White)
Zeigler Lewis, cooper, Wharf street
Zincke Mrs. Constancia, dressmaker, Yates street 58
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Adamant Stephen, laborer, Mount Tolmie cross road
Ah Chow, market gardener, Cemetery road
Ah Cue, farmer, Cordova Bay road
Ah How, labourer. Foul Bay road
Ah Lout, laborer, Foul Bay road
Ah Phaw, laborer, Foul Bay road
Ah Pong, laborer, Cadboro Bay road
Allard J. 0., clerk H. B. C, Fort Shepherd
Alep— with George Alep, Athens market
Alexander J. M., clerk H. B. C, New Caledonia
Anthony John. Discovery street
Baker Wm., Mount Tolmie cross road
Blenkinsop George, H. B. C. wharf, resid. Gorge road
Bowles R., hired man, Cadboro Bay road
Boyd John, H. B. C. store, Victoria
Brown H,, gardener, resid. Foul Bay road
Brown H., resid. James Bay
Burling R., empl. A. W. Riper
Bruce & Mann, contractors, Barkerville
Burrell Robt., manager Bank B. N. A. resid. Maplewood
Calhoun Wm., labourer. Foul Bay road
Cardell Edward, empl. R. Roberts, Government st
Carpenter J., resid. James Bay
Chauveau Thomas, steward French Hospital
Chipp Dr., drug store. Barkerville
Christiansen H-, captain schr Surprise, resid James Bay
Claveris Alexis, milk ranch, Mount Tolmie cross road
Cluet Joseph, laborer, Lake district
Conlin Thomas, driver, Spring Ridge
Constantine G., fisherman, Store street
Cunningham R. G., clerk H. B. C, Fort Simpson
Cuvereau Pierre, farmer, Cemetery road
Dodero P., merchant, Barkerville
Duros Philip, laborer, James Bay
Earl P., empl. Pierce A Seymour, Broad st
Edwards Bros., merchants, Barkerville
Franklyn Sidney, office Sproat & Co
Furze John, empl. H. Cogan, Esquimalt district
Gilbert Mortimer, agent Barnard's Express and Western Union
Telegraph Co., Yates street
Greenbaum & Co. L., merchants, Barkerville
Grunbaum Bros., merchants, Barkerville
Higgins George, butcher
Imrie P., farmer, North Saanich
Jackson John, cattle dealer, resid. Kane street
Jeffrey A Mills, merchants, Mosquito creek
Jungerman J. L., watch ma. A jeweller, Gov. st res. Humboldt st ADDENDA.
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Knowles J., laborer, Foul Bay road
Kriemler J., (see Spratt A K.) ch. eng. VFD. res. Cormorant st
Kwong Lee & Co., merchants, Barkerville and Victoria
Lambert O., merchant, Mosquito Creek
Lovell A Co. J. B., merchants, Mosquito creek
Manetta P., merchant, Barkerville
Marino — fisherman, Store .-treet
Maroney J., farmer, Victoria district
Mason H. S., clerk Attorney-General, resid. James Bay
Maunsell D. C, private sec. to the Governor, resid. Cary Castle
Merriman Peter, farmer, Cedar Hill road
Merriman Wm., empl. P. Merriman
Moncks Wm., baker, Store street
Mordigan Beriah, steamboat eng.. prop American Hotel, Yates st
Morgan Wm., carpenter, Cormorant street
McCulloch T., Indian store, Store street
McCulloch James, engineer, stmr Sir James Douglas
McFarlane John S., empl. G. Stelly, Johnson street
McWha & Co., merchants, Grouse creek, Cariboo
McKenzie C. C, farmer, Lake district
Mclntyre J., farmer, North Saanich
Mclvor M., empl. Chief Justice Needham
McLean Charles, empl. S. Norn, Cedar Hill
Nicholles Dr., resid. Humboldt street
Nicholson Norman Alex., Store street
Pierce & Seymour, furniture dealers, Broad street
Simpson H., farmer, South Saanich
EERATA.
Brulan J. B. read Bruleau J. B.
Burns J. office J. Wilkie & Co. read  Burns J.,  (see
Edwards & Burns)
Barstowe jr. read Burstow jr.
Crans Adolphus read Crate Adolphus
Fire Department foreman read foremen
Fowler T., farmer, read Fowler Peter
Harnagee A. read Hartnagel A.
Jones R. L. read Jones Hugh Loyd
Kibblewhite Nathaniel H. read Kibblewhite Henry
Lindsey D. read Lindsay D.
Louden John read Landon J.
Madigan W. read Mordigan B.
McDonnell A. J., corner Government st read corner
Government and Broughton streets
Newberry W. read Newbury W.
Orau J. read Oran J.
Prevost C. C. read Prevost J. C.
Shuug read Shung
Wall Mrs. E. L. read Walls Mrs. E. L.
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COMUX NAMES :
Bailey J
Brown A
Brid es Charles
Carwithiu C. J
Clark W
Coleman R. C
Coulter C
Drabbles P
Duncan W
Duncan —
Findlay T
Fitzsrerald J
Fletcher C
Ford G
Gordon D. W
Green C
Gnnderson J
Hart J
Home A. G.,HBC
store
Lawrence J
Marwick J
Maude H
Menchen —
Moore P
Musters W. C
Murphy P
McBreton —
McKelvie J
McNieck J
Pryce C. act. M.D
Ritchie R
Robb J., col. taxes
Robb jr. J
Rodello, store kep.
Ross H. M
Somerville
Thomas R
Thompson J
Wilson J
COWICHAN NAMES—Cowichan Proper
Bale James
Blyth —
Brooks T
Brenn P
Brennan P
Botterell M
Cregan F. store
Campbell I)
Carswell Jas. store
Chisholm W
Dabson B
Denside F
Quamichan.
Alexander D
Boudot Peter
Carver T
Dugan James
Dugan jr. James
Duncan W
Evans D
Fleming James
Comiaken:
Beaumont Wm.
Bednall Samuel
Bousall H
Campbell'R
Dring Wm.
Drummond H
Edson M
French John
Flett James
Dodd A
Harris Sam. hotel
Kinnear James
Lemon John
Lennox Thomas
Marshall Thomas
Marshall M.
Marriner E
Marriner H
Mahony J
Pattison W
Fleming jr. Jas.
Gillard George
Humphrey T
King Jabez
Lindsay D
Lindsay A
Mearns James
Robertson —
Furniss George
Hales John
Leask J. C
Morley John
Miller Robert
Morton C
Richards T
Rennall R
Simpson Thomas
Reece Ven., W. S.,
M.A., Archd Van.
Richardson R
Rogers A. W
Rondault Rev. P
Shaw T. B
Three Sisters of St
Ann's Convent
Smith Thos.
Wisdom Thomas
Williams Thomas
Sinclair J
S}mge George
Smith T. u
Todd A
Tuckwell W
Weir James
Wing H. N
Skinner T. J
Skinner Robt
Skinner Ernest J
Stonier Wm.
Spence Thos
Williams John
Williams James
Williams W
Windsor Thomas SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
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Somenos:
Allard N
Allard E
Crate A. F
Bell Neil
Davie Wm.
Shawnigan:
Clarke— ;
Gaborrie James
Hopkins Thomas
Manley W
McLennon R
Davie H
Drinkwater W
Drinkwater T
Keir A
Kier J
McLennon P
Pimbury Jos.
Pimbury W
Pimbury John
Inwood J
Lewis L
Lomas W. H
Nicol Thos.
Sollett James
Shepherd Thomas
Sherring W
Sinclair —
Von train M
ESQUIMALT NAMES:
Arthur D., 'Ship Inn'
Arthur W., 'Ship Inn'
Bevis A. H., lighthouse keeper
Bellamy D.,M.D Royal Hospital
Bissett James, ch traderff. B. C
Brookman W., Navy Yard
Calvert Peter, restaurant keep'r
Cameron 1)., Belmont
Cook Mary, washing
Coker John, miner
Doane J. Homer
Dobbin T. S., clerk Navy Yard
Dodds Thomas, cooper
Downer P., clerk Navy Yard
Fisher W., engineer
Fisher % B.
Fisher J. L., auctioneer
Foster George F.,
Gibbs W., washing
Gibbs George, miner
Gillingham Charles A
Gray Joseph, laborer
Green C. T., carpenter
Green Bros., Stmboat Exchange
Green A. R., (see Green Bros.)
How Thomas, washing
Howard J. T., Union hotel
Hunter P., revenne officer
Kelly John, steward, Navy Hospital
Leech Peter J. elk H.B.C. store
Lewis W., groom
Michaels E., farmer
Man Sing, washing
McCausland, carpenter
McCormack W., waterman
McDonald R., farmer
McKinan, J., waterman
McKenzie jr K., elk Navy Yard
Ylillington Wm., farmer
Mist R. N. Capt.
Montgomery Mrs.
Rabson Thomas, store keeper
Roth well W., land owner
Ruford Walter, miner
Scarf George, boatman
Sellcck W., wharfinger
Spark John, Paymaster R. N
Stockham Fred., store keeper
Tarte James, elk with Stockham
Tarte J. F., waterman
Tugwell Thos., Crown Hotel
Wade Sergeant, constable
Wakeman Plowden, clerk Navy
Yard
Waterhouse Tbos., labourer
Welles Geo., clerk Navy Yard
Wilby E., expressman
Wilkington Wm., farmer
Williams F., 'Navy Club'
Yardley T., postmaster 62
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SALT SPRING LSL aND NAMES— Burgoyne Bay— Ackermaun
James Fuord Fred., Lenney James, Maxwell Judn, Mucnell John, b| arow
Joi n, Tyne- M cha I, Williams 1'homis. Admiral Bty—Anderson Geo.
W., Isaacs Win., Hollins H., Miles Walter, Overton D. Vesuvius Bay—
Booth John Patten, Copeland Abraham, B'ickner Armstead, Jones Juhn
Craven, Harrison H., Norton John Oi, Norton M., Robin.-on Henry, St<rks
James, Thompson —, Wiims Hiram. Begg's Settlement—Griffith 8 H see
B.inn & Griffiths, Hutson W.. Lawless Joseph, Martin F., McFadden Jas.,
Perry Thomas, Sampson H , Smith W.
CHEMAINUS NAMES:
Antoine M
Askew George
Browa John
Edwards —
Fuller —
Hobart James
Mainguy D
McEwen Charles
Loate T
Moore David
iMoore James
'Richardson F
Thomas —
Warren T. D.
SAN JUAN NAMES—See Index.
YALE NAMES:
Alway J., teamster
Andrews Frank, watchman
Bailey & Lawrence, merchants
Barlow A., general dealer
Barnard F. J., stage proprietor
Beedy J. C, merchant and forwarding agent
Black James, t amster
Burr James, saddler
Burr Joseph, constable
Caughill W. F., butcher
Claive P., merchant
Delaitre Mdme, boarding house
Douglas B., saddler
Dunbar & McMicking, saloon A
livery stable keepers
Evans Ch., clerk F. J. Barnard
Harvey Wm., clerk H. B. C
Herman & English, blacksmiths
He Tie, merchant
Holmes Rev. D., Episcopal miss
Kai Kee, merchant
Kelly & Laue, saloon keepers
Kwong Lee & Co., merchants
Liddle James, blacksmith
Montrouse Ch., elk J. C. Beedy
iMuller B. T., boarding house
(McCulley — carpenter
iMcLardy A., baker
'McYliking R. B. \fee Dunbar A
McMiking) telegraph operator
McGarry W., bootmaker
Oppenheimer S. & L., dry goods
merchants
O'Reilly P., stipendiary magis.
Perrier A Co., Colonial hotel
Pipe Charles E., toll-keeper
Robinson Geo., blacksmith
Rose Alex., printer
Ross & Co., saloon keepers
Rush — painter
Schooleey J., carpenter
Stott James, wheelwright
Strouss C, merchant
Ward Wm., teamster
Yan Wo Sang & Co., merchants
Angela College—(for girls)—Visitor, the Rt. Rev. the Bishop
oi Columbia; Principal, Miss Gribbell; Teachers, Mrs. Hayward, Miss M.
Pitts; Music, Miss Pitts, Miss McDonald, Mrs. Nicbolles; Singing;, Miss
Pitts; French, Madame Blum; Drawing, Mr. E. T. Coleman; Needlework,
vacant. Tbe above Institution was founded in 1860 and now numbers
over 90 pupils ; the charges are the lowest that will defray expenses.
Wesleyan Mission—Victoria, Rev. A. E. Russ; Nanaimo, Rev. •
E. White; New Westminster, Rev. A. Browning ; Cariboo, Rev. Mr. Derrick; Indian mission, Rev. Mr. Crosby. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Roman Catholic Missions and Clergy (mainland) District of
New Westminster—Si. Peter's Cathedral [officiating] Risrht Rev. Bishop
D'Herbomez, 0 M I.; V. Rev. P. Durien, vie. gen. 0 M I; Rev. Edward M.
J. Horris, 0 M I; Indian chapel of St. Charles, Rev F loyal, 0 M I; Indian
chapel of St, Mary's, Revs. Fathers Durien and Lamiere; and thirtythree
other chapels. District of O'Kanagan Lake—Church of I. C. of B. V. M.
Rev. F. Gende, 0 M I and Rev. Father Pandosy, 0 M I; and six other
chapels. District of Williams Lake: St George's Church, Rev.F. Lejucy;
St. Patrick'3, Cariboo, Rev. V. McGuoken, O. M. I; and nine other
chapels. District of Queen Charlotte Sound: St. Michael, Harbletown
Mission, Revs. Father Fouqnet, 0. M. I., and Marshal, 0. M. I; Church
of Assumption, B. V. M., Fort Rupert.
Schools—New Westminster, St Louis, for boys; young ladies Academy, un«
der the Sisters of St. Ann; St Mary's, man. la. and indust., for Indian
boys, and for Indian girls ; also the same at O'Kanagan Lake, Williams
Lake, and St Michaels, San Juan.
Recapitulation—Priests, 10; churches, 6 ; chapels, 49 ; schools, 1 ; convent
schools, 1 ; Indian mission schools, 4; female do, 1.
PRACTICAL ENGINEER&DRADGHT
GOVERNMENT STREET, V. I., B. C.
Lumley Franklin,
COMMISSION I REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Begs to announce that he has taken the Eire-proof Brick
Building on YATES STREET, nearly opposite Messrs. Wells,
Fargo A Co.'s Express Office. Having had eleven years experience in the Auction Business, he respectfully solicits a renewal
of public support.
COMMISSION MEHCH-AISTT,
DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions and Oregon Produce,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. 64
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
INCORPORATED   BY   ROYAL   CHARTER.
T
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HEAD OFFICE,
VICTORIA BRANCH,
CARIBOO,
124 Bishopgate St., London
Yates Street
Barkerville
ESTABISHMEEsTS IN THE COLONS.
Montreal,
Qukbec,
Toronto,
Kingston,
Hamilton,
Brantford,
London, Ont.
Ottawa,
St. John, N. B.
Halifax, N. S.
Victoria, B. C
AGWTS mi CORRESPONDENTS.
New York,     -     Walter Watson, C. M. Mylrea A A. McKinlay
San Francisco, - J. G. Shepherd and T. Menzies
Australia,     -    Union Bank of Australia
Paris,     -     -      Marcuard Andre A Co.
Bills of Exchange and Gold Purchased,
DRAFTS ISSUED ON
London, New York, San Francisco, Canada, New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia, and on all the Branches of the National Bank
of Scotland and the Provincial Bank of Ireland.
ASSAY OFFICE.
Gold Dust Melted and Assayed.
Ores of every Description carefully Assayed.
The Bank receives Money and Gold Dust on Deposit, returnable on demand; undertakes the Purchase and Sale of Stock, the
Collection of Bills and other Money Business in the United
States and British Provinces.
ROBERT BURRELL, Interim Manager.
Victoria, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
65
The Standard Life Assurrance Company.
[established 1825.]
Constituted by Special Acts of Parliament.'
Governor,      j      -     His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry, K. G.
Dep. Governors,  5 ™e Right Hon. the Earl of Dalkeith, M. P.
'  { The Right Hon. the Earl of Stair, K. T,
Chairman op the London Board,       -       The Right Hon. Lord Elcbo, M. P.
Manaser and actuary - - William Thomas Thomson, F. R. S.E
The business of the Company has increased steadily year by year since its
establsshment in 1825. During the last 20 years its progress has been very
rapid.
The total ameunt of Insurances effected in 20 years, was £11,289 450 6 10
Being a yearly average of upwards of half-aimillion sterling; but since 1865,
the amount of new Assurances effected has considerably exceeded a million
Sterling annually.
The Accummulated Fund is now nearly £4,000,000.
The Annual Income exceeds £680,000.
The Directors invite particular attention to the terms and conditions of the
Free ssurance Scheme, under which persons assured are allowed to reside
in any part of the world free of extra premium.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS, VICTORIA. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THOS. HARRIS, Esq., ex Mayor, j KENNETH McKENZIE, Esq., Lake Hill.
GUSTAV SUTRO, Esq., Victoria,        | T. L. STAHLSCHMIDT, Esq., Victoria.
MEDICAL ADVISER Dr. Jas. Trimble.
AGENT AND SECRETARY Robt. Burnabt.
***•••••
C.F.BARNARD,M.D^
OFFICE—Douglas St., first house on the right, south of Fort st.
ADVIOU   GRATIS.
branches of the Profession skillfully executed. ==^r
a9
"Who has had the great advantage of a London Residence for
the study of his profession, under a late Fellow of the Institute
of Architects, and several years Colonial experience, begs to
announce that he has resumed practice as an Architect, and
solicits commissions from Property-holders and Gentlemen interested in Building.
OFFICE—Government Street foot of Broughton Streets 66
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW YORK, CALIFORNIA I EUROPEAN
ElXPMaSS & EXCHANGE CO.
OAPITAL-
$10,000,000
Forward Letters, Packages and Treasure to all parts of
the Pacific and Atlantic States and Europe, make Collections
and attend to Commissions for the Purchase of Goods.
BILLS OF EXCHANGE
Drawn on San Francisco, New York, Boston and London,
at Current Rates.
OFFICE.
Yates Street, Victoria, V. I,
LONDON Eives & Macey, 61 King William Street
SOUTHAMPTON Dunlop & Schoales
HAVRE.... Davidson & Co
HAVANA, CUBA E Ramirez & Co.. 8 Calle de Mercaderes
SAN FRANCISCO Corner Montgomery and California streets
NEW YORK 81 Broadway
BOSTON 38 and 40 Court Square
PHILADELPHIA 607 Chestnut Street
PRANCES <3&BIS@H)8, Agerat*
Corner of Yates and Wharf Streets,
VICTORIA, 1. C.
The Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
 JAIMEES ORB., Proprietor.
Has always on hand and for sale
WALL PAPER, OILCLOTH,
Carpets,   Mattrasses,   Lounges,
And a large variety of
jhbc m&jLtm rap de
All kinds of Upholstering done
FOBT STREET, NEAR BROAD STREET. LIST OF OFFICIALS
OF THE
NT OF BRITISH GOLuH:
Civil : SALARY.
Governor—Anthony Musgrave, Governor of British
Columbia and its dependencies and Vice-Admiral
of the same  $19,400
Private Secretary, D. C. MaunseU       1,452
Messenger, 500 ; Contingencies, 600       1,100
Clerk to Legislative Council—Charles Good  600
Messenger, W. Franklin, 2C0; Contingencies, 100        300
Colonial Secretary—Phillip J. Hankin       3,880
Assist. Col. Sec, Charles Good, 1,840 ; Clerks,
John Connell, 1,454 ; J. Jduson Young, 1,450 ;
Messenger, D. Deasy, 500 ; Contingencies 200..      5,544
Printing—Superintendent, R. Wolfenden, 1,320
two printers, Geo. Williams,  R Butler, 1,9200 ;
assist, printer and messenger Legislative   Cou-
cil, W. Franklin, 620  . .^       3,880
Treasurer—(Office in abeyance) ; Chief Clerk, (in
temporary charge of Treasury), John Graham,
1,900; Clerks, Alex. Calder, 1,452; W. C. Berkley, 1,200       4,552
Auditor General—Robt. Kerr      2,425
i lerk, Tbos. R. Holmes       1,452
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works & Surv.
Gen.—J. W. Trutch         3,880
Assist. Surv. Gen., B. W. Pearse, 1,900- Clerk,
R. Howse, 1,224; Draughtsman, J. B.Launders,
1,224....'       4,348
Customs—Csllectorof Customs, Wymond Hamley..      3,152 50
Chief Clerk, W. H. McCrea, 1940; Clerk, C. A.
Finlaison, 1,452; Dep. Coll., Southern Boundary
J. C. Haynes, 1,700       5,096
Revenue Officer, Chas. S. Wylde, 1,704 ; Landing Waiter , Geo. Frye, 1,704 ; Richd. Hunter,
920; two Boatmen and Watchmen, 1,392; Rev.
Off. and Constable at Burrard Inlet, Tompkins
Brew, 900; Constable at Osayoos, 1,224       7,844
Registrar-Gen. and Postmaster Gen.—A. T. Bushby 2,425
Registrar-Gen. of Titles, Victoria. E. G. Alston 2,485
Assistant in office         250
Postmaster, Victoria—Henry Wootton, 2,000; clerk
and Messenger, New Westmr, J. Tait, 750       2,750
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74,795 50 68
OFFICIAL LIST.
Note—Of the foregoing salaries and expenses, $42,058 are
provided by vote of t^e Legislature, and tbe remainder
$32,737 50, are provided under the Crown Offices Salaries Act.
Judicial :
Chief Justice Supr. Ct. Brit.   Col.—M. Baillie
Begbie  5,820
Registrar of Court B. C, Chas. E. Pooley  1,452
Chief Justice Sopr. Ct. Vanc Is.—Jos. Needham. 5,820
Registrar of V. I., Richd. Woods, 1,500 ;   Messenger, J. Irvine, 500  2,000
Attorney-Gen.—E. P. P. Crease  2,425
Clerk,  H. S. Mason  1.008
High Sheriff—Andrew Chas. Elliott  Fees
Amount in lieu of traveling expenses  1,500
N. B.—Of these amounts $5 960 were voted and the remains
der $14,065 provided as before.
94,820 50
Police, including Prisons :
New Westminster Police—Actg. Police Magistrate,
A. T. Bushby_^ 3&2S/fi^/%r?&4&&i2f. ^fc^2,425
Constable, 700; Indian Messenger, 180  880
Gaol—Warden, Chas. J. Pritchard, 1,224; One
Gaoler, 708; Medical Officer, A. W. S. Black,
500       2,433
Victoria—Stip. Magis., <fec, A. F. Pemberton       2,250
Clerk, A. F Theakston, 1,200; Insptr. of Police,
Wm. Bowden, 900; Three Constables, $1 75 per
day 1,916 25. Gaol—Gaoler, A. McBride, 912-
50; Asst Gaoler, 730: Supr. of Convicts, E. Tru-
ran, 912 50; Two Convict Guards 1,277 50; two
Door Guards and one Cook 1,733 75 ; Medical
Officer, 600     10,195
Notb—$2,425 provided   under Crown Salaries Act, $15,757
Toted by the Legislature. ■
113,002 50
Gold Commissioners, &c. :
Columbia & Kootenay Dis.—Not finally nominated     3,00©
Constable. R.  Vowell, 1,404; Clk. and Const.,
Kootenay, J. Normansell, 1,704 ;  Const.  Kootenay, 1,404; Clerk and Const., Ft Shepherd, 500     5,012
Cariboo, including Quesnelle—Assist.  Gold Comsr.,
C. Brew       3,400
Clerk, H. M. Cochrane, 1,500; Chief Const., W
H. Fitzgerald, 1,500; two Constables 2,448; two
Constables, 2,016; Constable at Quesnelle. J. H.
Sullivan, 1,224       8,688
Hope, Yule and Lytton :
Chief Const., Yale, H. Burr, 1,104 ; Const., E.
Coffee, 1,008; Chief Const., Lytton, AS Hall,
1,104 ; Toll Coll., Yale, C. E. Pope, 1,104       4,320 OFFICIAL list.
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Lillooet, Clinton and Soda Creek—Asst. Gold Commissioner, E. H. Sanders	
Chief Const., W. Evans, 1,104 ; Constable, Postmaster and Toll Collector, Clinton, — Hughes
1,104	
"Nanaimo—Magis., and Coll. of Rev., W, R. Spald
ing.
Constable, W. Stewart,
2,400
2,208
1,704
730
144,464 50
RECAPITULATION :
Civil Establishments   74,795 50
Judtcial Establishments   20,025
Police  18,182
Gold Commissioners, <fec,  31,462
Total Civil List .-   144,464 50
Services exclusive of establishments :
Pensions         970
Revenue Service      1,000
Administration of Justice      4,400
Charitable Allowances     10,500
Police and Gaols    12,000
Rent          875
Transports       6,660
Conveyance of Mails     29,400 «
Works and Buildings     12,000
Roads, Streets and Bridges    62,500
Interest     22,000
Drawbacks and Refund of Duties      2,100
Temporary Loans 100,000
Government Vessels     16,800
Lighthouses    10,000
Total required for 1869..
317,705
.$462,169 50
This will agree with published Estimates 419,355 50
Add Crown Salaries    49,227 50
468,563 00
Deduct amounts not voted      6,393 50
462,169 50
Revenue for the year 1867 $483,105 40
Civil List,  British Columtjia, 1865 217,925
Civil List, Vancouver Island, 1865     96,300
Total for joint Colonies, 1865 314,315 00
The last three totals are taken from the British Colonist newspaper, December 14th, 1868. 70
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
iGULAI
THE SPLENDID .NEW AMERICAN STEAMER
-   Commander,
PLYING WEEKLY BETWEEN
AND
mi
iRTS ON PUGET SOUND,
HAS SUPHHIOR
AGC0MM0BATI0N   FDR   PASSENGERS
HEALS SERVED ON BOARD 1ST THE BEST STYLE.
Freight cr Passage at the most Reasonahle  Rates,
For Hours of Departure and further particulars, apply on Board or
at the Office of
R. BRODRIOK & CO-
Union Wharf.
FOR  SkA.3NT   J"D.AJX1\
THE   STEAMERS
OK EMILY HARR38
CARRYING TBE U, S. MAILS
Will Sail every Tuesday ffiorninff,
FOR THE  ABOVE PLACE.
Returning same   Day.
For Freight or Passage, apply on Board. STATISTICS   OF TRADE
IMPORTS.
The total imports of merchandise into British Columbia for 1868
in value were  $2.383 051
Total amount of duty   paid   was  362,976
The total Imports for 1867 were  2,139 000
The total imports tor 1st quarter  1869   were  305,145
EXPORTS. ions.
The total shipments of Coal for 1868 from tbe port of Nanaimo,
including home consumption,  were ■  43.775
The total Exports for the year 1868  30,524
The total shipments from Nanaimo for   1867  31,239
The total shipments  from Nanaimo for J of 1869  15,998
The total exports of lumber for 1868 from all parts, representing
18 to 20 million feet, including spars, in valre were  $ 184,135
The total exports of furs  204.428
The total exports of coal  198,405
The total value of all other exports viz, cranberries, fish-oil, fish,
hides,  etc,  53.944
Total exports  $   640 912
Total value of re-shipments of imported goods        107,987
For 1869 the figures will probably be much larger.
TREASURE [ SHIPMENTS   FOR   1868,
[all through Wells Fargo & Co.J
Bank of British Columbia  $915,288 60
Bank of British North America   667,115 75
Wells, Fargo &  Co   198,182 71
 1,780,587 08
SHIPMENTS DURING  PREVIOUS YEARS !
1863 $2,605,154 79
1864  2 678,518 95
1865  2,067,061 30
1866  $1,625,311 19
1867  1,859,758 25
Tbe year 1868 was distinguished as a. very dry  season,   and this materially
reduced the yield of gold.
RECAPITULATION.
Total value of imports into Colony for 1868  $2,383,851
Total value of exports exclusive of gold      640 912
Total value of treasure shipments  1,780,587
■■S VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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IMPORTER  OF
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HARDWARE, SIBYES, TINWARE, GRATES,
BAR IHOIST A.ISTD STEEL
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, CUTLERY. SILVEP.-PLAT-"D WARE, &C
CORNER FORT AND BROAD STREETS.
FJlEEIIH & E0B8ESH'
JOHNSON STREET NEAR WILLIAMS' STABLE.
Shoeing done with dispatch and on the principle of the Veterinary College, and particular pains taken with livery and interfering horses. All lame and crippled horses will find immediate
relief by shoeing on the above principle.
N. B.—All work warranted to give satisfaction or the money
refunded.
9
g|r|j Manufacturer of Saddlery, J||il|
Harness, Trunks, Valises and Leathers  of every
description.
YATES STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
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COR. FORT AND WILCOX STREETS,
JABXES  MADY, Proprietor.
DEALKU IH
WIISTES.   LIQUORS & CIQ^JRS.
BSU FAMILIES SUPPLIED.«©a VICTORIA MUNICIPAL AMENDMENT ORDINANCE,
MARCH 15th 1869.
By ckuse 1 the qualificatio i of Mayor and Councillors to be,
bein-r the owner at the time of election and three months before
of real estate of the value on the Assessment Roll of five hundred
dollars. 2. The tax on real estate may be increased from | to ^
per cent. All rates and taxes shall be deem -d to be due on the
1st April, yearly. Interest at 12 per cent, charged after one
month on real estate taxes ; al er one year the interest and costs
may be registered against the land with interest at 18 per cent.,
&c, &c. By clause 6, the boundaries as per Ordinance, 1857,
altered so as to exclude Beacon Hill Park.
By the Road Ordinance, March, 9thv 1869, the City of Vic-
thria is a road di trict. All male residents and all holders of
property not exceeding ten acr s to pay two dollars yearly ; the
money to be expended in improviug the streets.
The Fire Companies' Aid Ordinance, 1869, gives power to
levy a rate of | of one per cent, on all owners of real estate, payable in the first instance by the tenant or occupier, unless such
property be already assured against fire through a Victoria
agent, in half it-> municipal assessed value. Fire Assurance Co.'s
to make yearly returns of assurances effected, and pay a tax of 5
of one per cent. The total tax not to exceed $3,000 in one year,
and to be paid over to the Fire Companies iu the city.
Br the Health Ordinance, 1869, the Corporation of Victoria and the Municipal Council of New Westminster are Local
Boards of Health. A Health officer to be appointed by the Governor to superintend Local Boards, &c , &c; penalty for offering
him any obstruction one to two hundred dollars.
The bylaws under the old Act of 1862 re-enacted, with greater
penalties, but only after notice first received. A penalty of $50
is imposed for all persons found selling for food unsound live
animals or meat. The port of Victoria to be part of the health
district; ships may be boarded and inspected.
The Common ?chool Ordinance of 1869 repeals the Common
School Act, 1865.
School districts may be created on petition to the Governor
by two-thirds of resident householders in the district. (For particulars see the Act) No petition required from any existing
-school district. A Local Board may be elected of three members
annually. The Victoria Corporation and New Westminster
Council are hereby Local Boards. The Local Boards by public
meeting are to decide how the sum required to supplement the u
SAN JUAN NAMES.
public grants shall be raised.    Tuition fees, if any, not to exceed
$2 monthly.   The Local Boards to have power to levy an annual ^^ ~
tax not exceeding $2 per head on all resident bouseholderSfin 'Jhof^^
district in  lieu of fees.    The Governor  may approprnvtrmff'^
exceeding five hundred dollars for the  purpose  of assisting  the
payment of  salary of a school  teacher,  &c, &c. on the Local
Board giving satisfactory evidence that the portion promised by
them has been secured. Every minister of any religious de-
denomination shall have access to the school for the purpose  of
instructing: the children of his denomination.
SAN JUAN NAMES
Beagon J. farmer
Bell W. school teacher
Bird Col. American Garrison
Bowker J. S. trader
Boyce J. C, farmer
Brewn M., farmer    ^
Carney J., farmer
Charters J., clerk
Comayoo C, boatman
Cooper J., farmer
Conmett P., farmer
Dawson W., telegraph opp.
Delacomb Capt., British Gar.
Falerdoo S., farmer
Firth B., farmer
Fleming J., farmer
Fraser W., farmer
Fraser J., farmer
Fuller S., carpenter
Grouse H., farmer
Hanbury Dr., British garrison
Hankinson J, farmer
Hannah R, farmer
Hanney J., farmer
Haskell Capt. comdg. Am. Gar
Hoffmeister A., trader
Inman Lieut., British garrison
Keddey J., farmer
Lumpblad D.. farmer
Little J„ farmer
Lawson Peter, farmer
Madden D., farmer
Madden C, farmer
|Mercer G., trader
IMontogomery J., farmer
(McCarthy J., shepherd
j McDonald A., farmer
jMcGarey L., farmer
McKenzie D., farmer
Nelson P., farmer
Mckerson J., trader
O'Dwyer H., farmer
,Pasceroo U., farmer
[Peterson S., farmer
Peterson Lieut. J. P.,   quartermaster American garrison
(Pierce Sergt. American Gar.
•Reynolds Dr., American Gar.
j Rosier A., farmer
Sandwith J. farmer
jShampoo B., farmer
Smith G. W., farmer
Smith Capt. A.,
Taylor J., farmer
Taylor S., trader
Todd jr. John,
Thornton Thos., farmer
Thornton B., farmer
Walker G., farmer
Whetstone Sergt., Am. Gar.
Wylly B., farmer VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
75
The undersigned respectfully informs his Friends and the Public
that the old established Gallery is now coudncted by him.
Ambrotypes, Melaintypas, and Cartes de Visits
DONE IN THE BEST STYLE.
Also, Solar Pictures, life-size and life-like,
J. AUGUSTUS CRAIGG.
Et f% imj in n py
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I ff SB Y (& 1JIILS PShh^h|
IATES ST., BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND BROAD,
Victoria, "XT. I.
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Proprietor.
O
ffilAGES,    BUGGIES,
AND
Good Saddle & Carriage Horses.
Broad street (E. side Fort street), Victoria.
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VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL
f m mum kmm$«    -*~
FAIRFIELD TERRACE, FORT ST.
Mates. PSTSBEATOr   |   -   PriaeHpaJ.
The  instruction   comprises   the   nsual  English  Branches, French, Fancy
Needle-work, etc. *3"v ,\
3S^TJSIGi EXTRA.
The school is very accessible at all times, Fort street, being planked  all  tho
way.
Parents and guardians cnnnot find a school on the Island so well situated, the
land comprises about five acres, in an elevated and healthy position, with
beautiful piny grounds, shade, &c.
Tbe number of Boarders and Scholars is limited.   Entrance by Foit,   Meares,
and Belcher streets.
For Tetms, &c , apply to
THE  PRINCIPAL,
m>
^
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL
HERS, CATTLE DEALERS, &c,
FAMILY MARKET,
GOVERNMENT St., VICTORIA, B. C.
,s Mil MK1 ff
LOMBARD ST. AND CHARING CROSS, LONDON.
Sst«,1ol±sl3L©cS. 1782,
For Insuring every kind of Property in all parts oi the World
trotn Xtoss or Damage by Fire.
The promptitude and liberality with which its engagements are always met
by this company are well known, and the importance of its relations with tbe
public may be estimated from the fact that since its establishment it has paid
more than Nine Millions Sterling in discbarge of claims for Losses by Fire.
Tbe security offered to tbe public by the Pbcenix Office is unlimited, comprising, in addition to tbelarge invested capital ot tbe Company, the whole fortunes
of numerous proprietors, composed of some of tbe most opulent merchants and
others in tbe United Kingdom. Annual and short time Insurances are effected
upon all kinds of Property in Vancouver Island and British Columbia on the
most favorable terms.
Prompt Cash Payment and full power to settle all losses and claims without
referring to the Head office in London.
Rates and Particulars of Insurance may be had on application to
THOS. 0. NUTTALL, Agent,
Government street opp. Masonic Hall, RATES OF  POSTAGE.
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FEOM BRITISH: COLUMBIA.
INCLUDING COLONIAL CHARGE OF FIVE CENTS.
C0UNTKIE3.
Aspinwall	
Australia	
Austria	
Belgium via France	
British North American Provinces...
Cape of Good Hope	
Chili	
Cuba	
China	
Denmark	
France	
German States	
Great 3ritian and Ireland	
Greece (by French mail)	
Holland via France	
Mexico	
Norway	
Panama	
Peru 	
Poland 	
Portugal via England	
Prussia	
Eussia (Prussian enclosed mail	
Sandwich Islands	
Spain via France	
Sweden (Prussian enclosed mail)	
Switzerland (French Mail)	
United States ,	
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Note—In every case tbe Colonial Postage snu«t be paid. VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS. VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
79
Just Arrived and more on the Way.
"WM.   DAXjBY,
YATES STREET,
Has received from England a large Assortment of
Ladies' and Gents' Riding Bridles, Whips,
Spurs, Saddles, &c.
And wonld respectfully ask the attention of the inhabitants of Vancouver
Island, British Columbia and Puget Sound his Prices and Goods, as he is con-
fidc-nt he caa sell a better article for less money than any other house in the
City.    He will not be undersold.
Concord Himess, H-ok do.. Clip do. Mexican Saddle Trees, Wooden Stir',
raps Sinches, (Jir'hs, Halters and Hvlter fhain?, Hickory Whip Stalks best
Whalebone Whip Sta k». Roller, Girth, Rein and Halter Web, Buckles, plated
tinned and j-tpanned, S iddlers'Silk, Mane and Curry Combs, Curds, &e.
HARASS LEATHER. APERAJOS. BRIDLES. LEATHERS, &C.
Trunks, Valises.   Ladies* and Gents' Sole Leather Trunks made
to Order.
Parties in the trade supplied at a liberal discount.
tMtlt Ik #
*s>
WMXUi ME) MM1SS
Hare received direct from London tbe largest and best assortment of
Saddles, guaranteed to fit horses backs, Ladies' and
Cents' .Riding TO tips, English & American
Buggy Whips, Whips for Farmers'
use, &c. Ac.
A large assortment of everything in  their line kept constantly
on hand, which they will guarrantee to be
One Hundred ptr cent, better, and Fifty per cent cheaper than
at any other house iu Town.
*j. B.—Horse brushes sold, and Composition and Brushes  for cleaning and
polishing Harness.
English Solid Leather Trunks and Valises, Walking Canes, &c.
COR. FORT AND BROAD STREETS, VICTORIA, B. C. IHSTDEIK.
Paqe
Addenda.	
A ngela College 	
Anglican Church	
Banks....'    17
Collegiate School	
City Ordinances, &c	
Cowichan Names	
Chemainus Names	
Comux Names 	
Errata	
Esquimalt Names	
Fire Department	
Hudson Bay Co 	
List of names	
. Paob.
Mechanics' Institute  38
Na-iaimo Names  56
New Westminster Names... 42
Officials, List of  67
Presbyterian Church  46
Postal Rates  77
Roman Cath. Chnrch.... 48 63
San Juan Names  74
Statistics of Trade  71
St. Louis College  51
St. John's Choral Society.. 51
Volunteer Rifle Corps.... 53
Wesleyan Mission  62
Yale Names  62
)|f|y Bridgman Samuel, Port street near Douglas st., Victoria.
'mmm mm
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FINE HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES,
YATES STREET OPPOSITE BANK BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
pB iwiifimnr,
9
M\
y£r&
e^
^/tc/&\/
| ESQTJIMALTV^
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
IS PREPARED TO TAKB
SOLAR  PICTUEE8.
LIFE SIZE AND LIFE LIKE
Also, Enamelled Pictures, Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, Ferrotypes,
with neatness and dispatch.
A Collection of Indian Pictures on hand.
PHOTOGRAPHIC  GALLERY, GOVERNMENT STREET
Next the Theatre, Ground Floor. WESTMINSTER ADVERTISE*ENTS_
81
^ .xm t>wt»TL DEALER IN
WHOLESALE AND RETaH,
BBfffS   ANB SHOES.
Assortment   of Gocds
A.  Large
CONSTANTLY   ON   HAND. . Ht£liP9
IQH*  fcV WEBSTER,
British Columbia & Vancouver Island v M
SPAIV, LUMBER & SAWMILL UQ.'S MILLS,
Wholesale and B.etail Dealer in
o
'J
GROCERIES
fettle OTMK««>
■s. VIftWI»fcll» .t&«-
ShipP'1* S"PI>
,Uoa on reasonable ten™. T«4**-
NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
mmwmw
Have added to their comfortable
HOTEL   AND RfesTA.TJBA]SrT
irlSPLEjroiD
?4l
i
In which will always be found thj^best
x>x^.xi%rxsL^ jGltstxj* cigar
In connection with tbe ahove, theyna*e opened a' Store stocked with the
Choicest Brands of
9
WINES, ALES, BRANDIES, CIDER, CORDIALS.
LIQUORS, PORTER,     .   BUM, SYRUPS, BITTERS.
Which tbey will sell by the Bottle, Gallon or Case. Also the best Brands of
^QA^s^kfJmT mInilla, and ntis&koftrl.
JKHEnOT"  \7CrS!STMIJDa-STEIR.
J^ers^xecuteA .srit^, neatness and despatch^-
W. side, Victoria.  m
OMIPC^W    HOViK,
GOVERNMENT   STREET.
' import the ©rsr
i mm& miummi
AND
FANCY   GOODS
Of every Description.
AND SELL mjk
WHOLESALE   OR   RETAIL
At lh« most Reasonable Ratt-St
OOIiljEGrlATB SCSOOIj
VISITOR.. |l   LORD BISBOP OF COLUMBIA
PRINCIPAL.. ...I: REV. F. B. GRIBBELL
VICE PRINCIPAL «............... CHARLES N. YOUNG
DRAWING MASTER .T^g.t>f>ttU.C<p,ST..frE>WARD COLEMAN
DRILL il.J
 M@$ii
 J. GORDON VINTER
^FREDERICK DALLY, |
pea® iragMMi© mtwm
FORT STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
KVERY KIND   OF   PHOTOGRAPH   TAKEN
Cartes de Visite, Ambrotypes, Melainotypes,
Mvate ILesi&esieesi H@rs©§8 &e.
N. B.—A Large and Beautiful Collection of Views taken in British Columbia
and on the East and West Coasts of Vanconver Island, Puget Sound, &c.
PHOTOGKAPUS OF L\DIANS MAV BE HAD AT THE GALLERF.
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