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First Victoria directory, second issue, and British Columbia guide. Comprising a general directory of… Mallandaine, Edwd. (Edward), 1827-1905 1868

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   THE UNIVERSITY OF
 BRITISH COLUMBIA
 LIBRARY  
importers of and dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUIT, L,
AND
GENERAL ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN,
FORT   JSTiFLESJST.
VICTORIA, V. I,
Have always on hand nn assortment of all the Choicest Articles that can be
obtain?d to rival the best Grocers on the Pacific Coast.
Fbt.l's Coffee will upon trial, be found to have no equal.
All Goods, whether for the Royal Navy, at Esquimalt, Merchant Ships,
Traders, or any part of the City or Suburbs, will be securely packed and
promptly delivered Free of Cost. .
Fresh Eggs and Butter received every week from the Outlying Districts.
g®- ALWAYS' ASK FOR FELL'S COFFEE AT THE MINES.
F I H S T
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SECOND   ISSUE,
AND
BRITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE.
Hi
IMPORTER OF
ENGLISH DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES,
Hair Brushes, Combs and Fancy Articles,
Perfumeries of all Kinds; Jiidsou's Dyes; Rowland's Macassar Oil,
TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS & SHOULDER BRACES,
And all other Articles usually kept in a First-class Drug Store.
Prescriptions carefully put up of the best English. Drugs.
CORNER   OF   GOVERNMENT  AND  FORT  STREETS,
VICTORIA, V. I., B. C.
HIGGINS & LONG, Printers, Victoria, B, C. STREET,
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
IMPORTING STATIONERS
BOOKSELLERS,
Have all the facilities of supplying every artide in their line.
Keep stock on band and en route sufficient to meet immediate orders.
Are prepared to fnrnisb nearly every Tariety of Stationery in nse, with
pecnliarity of form required, including Printing, Ruling and Binding.
On band—Admiralty Coast Cbarts, Photographic Albums, Mathematical
Instrument?, fine PocKet Cutlery, Gold Pecs, Copying Presses, Printing and
Wrapping Paper, Music—manuscript and printed.
Receive subscriptions for Blackwood's Magizine, and the English Quarterly
Reviews.
Have on hand tbe most standard and popular books upon Science and Art,
History, Religion, Law, Medicine and Schools, Novels, Juvenile and Toy Books.
JESSE   COPPER,
(LATE WEBSTER & CO.,)
YATES  STREET,
Opposite the Express Offices, Victoria, V. I.,
'JD&sCI&jc ±n
1
LEATHEE & FINDING-i
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
LADIES"    SHOES
OP ALL KINDS.
BOOTS &  SHOES  MADE  TO  ORDER.
STAFFORD & HICKIN,
BUTCHERS,
QUEEN'S   MARKET,
(Corner Government & Johnson streets.) VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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WHOLESALE  & RETAIL   DRUGGISTS,
YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. C,
IMPORTERS   OF
Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
FRENCH AND ENGLISH PERFUMERY,
PAINTS,    OILS,    VARNISHES,    WINDOW   GLASS,
COLZA OIL, COAL OIL, AND COAL OIL LAMPS,
SHAKER'S GARDE? SEEDS.
WHOLESALE) AGENTS  FOR  THE)  SALE  OF
HOLLO WAY'S OINTMENT  AND   PILLS,
D.   D.  JAYNE   &   SON    and   JDK.   J.  C.   AYER  &   CO/S
CELEBRATED   MEDICINES,
AND
PERRY DAVIS & SON'S PAIN KILLER.
63   GOVERNMENT   STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Proprietor;
MEALS AND SUPPERS AT AEL HOURS.
AIL1
£Lt
[LATE EBERHARDT'S],
LA.1STG-LEY  STREET,       '":||
VICTORIA, B. C.
N. C. BAILEY    -----   Proprietor
PETEB McQUADE & CO.,
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AND   DEALER IN
PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW CLASS,
41 WHARF STREET. VICTORIA. VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Dispensing Chemist <£ Druggist.
IMPORTER  OF
English Druses, Chemicals Patent Medicines
'O'
and Perfumery,
55   JOHNSON   STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
4.J&.S
tt.
MERCHANT   TAILOE,
YATES   STREET,   VICTORIA,  B.  C,
Third Door below Government street,
Has on hand and is constantly receiving a large .Assortment of
8&Q)?H)9, 6iS8C»lii® § ipiijiil
Which he is prepared to make to order in the most approved etyle.
A general  assortment of Cnstoro   Made   Clothing, and  Gents'  Furnishing
Goods, Davis & Jones' Shirts, &c.    £@j"° Repairing promptly executed.
Ill
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Proprietors.
TOWNSEND & GIFFEN"
Corner of Fort and Broad streets.
THE BEST WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS.
N.B.—A FIRST RATE BILLIARD TABLE.
rm
THOMAS  RUSSELL,
GOVERNMENT   S TREET,
Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
VICTORrA, B. C.
Goods delivered to any part of the City Free of Charge. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
!j§lTHE   EOT.
VICTORIA,
X,
vj£*zss*M        «i- &B
'.SJS
LESSEE.
This Theatre, sitaated on Government street, opposite the Masonic Building
having been leased for a term, has been beautifully renovated and decorated by
thn Lessee ; has a fine Dress Circle and Parqaette, with Cushioned Seats; a Pit
and Four Private Boxes, capable of holding One Thousand persons.   A large
Stage, with a fine stock of Scenes, Dressing Rooms, Green Room, &c.
STARS or EXHIBITORS of any kind wi!I apply by Letter or Telegraph for
Terms to
R. Gh MARSH.
#.fe(#^§^    IIP 1 tefeiS
GOVERNMENT  STREET,
VICTORIA,
FIRE-PROOF  BUILDING,
J. FRIED ....   Proprietor.
Visitors will find the Rooms at this Hotel the most comfortable and elegantly
furnished in Victoria, and the charges very moderate.
RETA
fWAITT,
PROVISION * FEED STORE,
WHA-RE   STREET,
Li
OPPOSITE YATES STREET. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
J.
1GENT, &c,
GOVERNMENT  STREET,
VICTORIA.
& g„ VMIIiMI&llo
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT.
Fort st, above Douglas.   Residence Tcp of Fort st.
PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD or LEASED
AND RENTS COLLECTED,
Loans Negotiated and. Money Invested.
jjg^* Conveyances, Leases, Mortgages, Power of Attorney, &c,
prepared with care.
. SUTRO
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
cigars and tobacco
MEERSCHAUM   PIPES, &c,
CORNER YATES AND WHARF STREETS,
VICTORIA, B. C.
WM. P. SAYWARD,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
lltili L¥MB1E & 8Pj§lR8
IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, REDWOOD AND ALL KINDS OF
DRESSED LUMBER, MOULDINGS, ETC.
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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REAL   ESTATE   AGENT,
BRICK BUILDING, No. 2 LANCLEV STREET, (Next to Yates St.),
(And just in the Rear of the Custom House),
VICTOBIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Every Branch of the above Business promptly and fully attended to.    Town
Lots and Farms in all pans of the Island for Sale or Lease.
Plans of the same may be seen at my Office.
Dwelling Houses for Rent or Sale.    Rents  collected.    Mortgages and Con
veyances drawn with care and despatch at reasonable rates.
Persons living in the conutry or the States, or territories on the Pacific Coast
will find it to their convenience to apply to the above.
References by Permission:—
R. Finlayson, Esq., Chief Factor of Hudson Bay Company.
Donald Fhaskk, Esq , Thomas Pritchaed, Esq.
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French Boot & Shoe Manufacturer, |*_
GOVERNMENT   STREET,   NEAR   YATES,
AdjoiniBg St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, B.C.
? An Assortment  of   Boots  and Shoes constantly on  hand.    Repairing
neatly done at short notice.
IMPORTERS OF EI&LISH MERCHANDIZE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, &c
MASONIC   HALL BUILDING,
'    GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C-
R. A. CROWTHER,
?^W
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GILDEE,   &c.
106  YATES   STREET*   VICTORIA
k9 VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
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FORT    STREET,   VICTORIA,   B.   C,
Gentlemen's Clothing made to Order,
WITH LATEST ENGLISH STYLES.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing promptly and neatly Executed.
|gp CHARGES MODERATE, -©a
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MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF
HARNESS. SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS.
COLLARS, SADDLERY WARE,
BEST   LADIES'    SADDLE,   BEST   TEXAS   RANGER   AND
MEXICAN SADDLES,
AND  BEST
Buggy Harness, Riding Bridles, Eorse Cbthiug, &c,
YATES STREET, [One door above Government street.]
f   SE"1
3>¥E,
£^
BROAD AND YATES STREETS,
WGT@EltA,   V. 8.,
Keeps constantly on Hand and for Sale a Large and General
Assortment of
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MAHOGANY BOARDS & PLAMS, VICTORIA  ADVEBTISEMEXT3.
SAY & BALES,
NURSERYMEN. SEEDSMEN | FLORISTS,
YATES   &   COOK   STREETS,
VICTORIA,
Fruit Trees & Bushes, Evergreen & Deciduous Shrubs,
GREENHOUSE AND OTHER FLOWERING PLAXTS ALWAYS
 ON HAND,	
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OP
Furniture, Mirrors, Upholstery & Bedding1,
SPRING, CURLED HAIR, MOSS, PULU AND STRAW MATIRASSES
ALWAYS ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER;
—ALSO—
Spring Mattresses, Lounges, Sofas, Chairs, &c.
REPAIRED AND RECOVERED IN HAIR, CLOTH, PLUSH, &c.
Cabinet and Upholstery Work of every Description done in a
Workmanlike Manner, at Reasonable Rates,
CORNER GOVERNMENT &BROUGHTON STS..
VICTORIA, V. I., B. C.
BISCUIT   BAKERY,
CORNER YATES AND BROAD STREETS.
The Largest and Freshest Assortment in the City.   Consisting of:
Soda, Be ston, Butter, Sugar, Water & Picnic Crackers,
NAVY AND PILOT BREAD, SOLD WHOLESALE' AND RETAIL,
Cheaper than at any other Establishment.
VICTORIA. B. C.
Would cOl the attention of the Public to his very Large Assortment of
LADIES' OTFliraS5 MISSES'  & CHiLDRSNS' BOOT?,
SHOES, GAITERS & BALMORALS,
Manufactured by the best London and Philadelphia Makers, which he offers at the
Lowest Cash Prices.
GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
R. STEWART,
88I0N MERCHANT
WHARF   STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
AQBBIT   FQR    THIS
Imperial Fire Insurance Co.,
Pacific Marine Insurance Co.,
City of Glasgow Life Insurance Co.
GRELLEY & FITERRE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
W1EM
W       &±&
1    M^M^iK!)9
wbla.re street,
VICTORIA, B. 0.
FIRE-PROOF  STONE BUILDING,
AGENT FOR BRANDS OF
Choicest Champagnes, Wines and Cognac.
It
■Jo
COAL & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
ujsrioisr wiia-HF,
VICTORIA, B. C.
AST" Vessels' Cargoes discharged with accuracy and dispatch. Goods Stored
at Moderate Rates, and a GENERAL COMMISSION and FORWARDING
BUSINESS TRANSACTED. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
11
SPROAT  &  CO.,
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A81NT8   F@R
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
AND FOR
Boyal Mail Steam Packet Company,
STORE   STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
G. M. SPROAT, London. SPROAT & WELCH, San Fbakoisoo.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMF1
FOR
FIRE   AND   LIFE  INSURANCE.
CAPITAL $10,000,000.
HEAD ©FPZ€JBS :  II^BHPOOSi 6l IOMS0I?,
AGENTS FOR VANCOUVER ISLAND AND BRITISH COLUMRIA,
SPROAT   cfc   CO.,
STORE   STREET.
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MPORTER& COMMISSION BUYERS
AND
GENERAL  AGENTS. 1
FIRE-PROOF BRICK BUILDING,
WHARF STREET, (Foot of Yates street), Victoria, B. C.
GOODS FOR SALE IN BOND.
A LARGE STOCK 0? GENERAL GOODS ALWAYS Oitf HAJCD, 12
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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ra.
HJlIi
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Next to Mason's Building, Victoria, V. I., B. 0.
A well selected Stock of fine Gold and Silver Watches and Jewellery always
on band.
REPAIRING in all its Branches done and GUARANTEED.
Jewellery made to order.       J3@?" Visiting Cards Printed.
Orders from British Columbia and Paget Sound solicited, and promptly attended to.
JBliaJu
WATSOBF,
™1KERJEWELLER$ENGRA?ER
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
Near St. Nicholas Hotel.
CHRONOMETERS AND WATCHES
Cleaned, Repaired and Warranted.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JEWELLERY MADE TO ORDER.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL ENGRAVING NEATLY EXECUTED.
THOMAS GOLDEN.
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JIJ©   ©J&Si'
Corner Government & Fort streets,
VICTORIA, V. I.
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PIONEER SYRUP, SODA & CIDER WORKS,
Peppermint   and   Ginger   Beer,
FORT ST., NEAR BLANCHARD ST.,
VICTORIA. B. C. FIRST
VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
SECOND   ISSUE,
AND
fct<    BRITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE.       jl
COMPRISING A
GENERAL DIRECTORY OF BUSINESS-MEN & HOUSEHOLDERS
IN VICTORIA AND THE DISTRICTS;
INCLUDING
A LARGE PORTION OP THE MAINLAND OP
BRITISH COLUMBIA ;
ALSO,
%u ®f rial fist Ijoslal ^rrangtweitts, fciom ^mt
Skiff ani llltmiripl ^t-%abs;
WITH
PREFATORY  REMARKS   ON  THE   COMMERCIAL   AND   POLITICAL
PROSPECTS OF THE COLONY.
1868
sSs is*? ■<£/ **=* a
BY  EDWD.  MALLANDAINE,
ARCHITECT.
VICTOBIA, V. I,
PUBLISHED BY E. MALLANDAINE.
TO   BE  OBTAINED   OP
T. N. HIBBEN & CO., and D. SPENCER, -Victoria, V. I.; A. ROMAN & CO.,
BOOKSELLER,   AGENT, MONTGOMERY  STKEET, SaN   FRANCISCO,  CaL.,
and all Booksellers.
April
mdccclxviii,  FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
PREFATORY   REMARKS.
A Directory may be thought by some quite superfluous in
a place of the size of the good City of Victoria. Twice before,
however, has one appeared, and not without some degree of
success.
The author of the first one has again ventured to appear in a
work of the same character. Prom his intimate knowledge of
the Colony, and some of its requirements, he has had unusual
facilities for compiling a correct work of the kind named ; and
would observe, that his list is not limited to that of the City
proper, but embraces most occupiers of land in the Country
Districts, and a majority' of business-men and others on the
mainland.   .
In the course of the many years elapsed since the last publication there have been many changes to record. The Colony of
Vancouver Island, that was long prosperous under the sway of
Governor, now Sir James Douglas, who in connection therewith
controlled the legislation of the then Colony of British Columbia
—has twice since then altered its position. Unity of action in
Council and execution under the then system, arising from the
interests of the Executive being on the one hand bound up in
the prosperity of the freer and the older community, and on the
other hand, identified with the advancement of the mainland in
all material development; unity of action rendered the community, as a whole, prosperous.
Liberty of every kind was not so great as at present.   The 16
PREFATORY REMARKS.
Hudson Bay Company, to whom the Colony is in many respects
indebted, had not yet withdrawn from the prominent position it
at one time held. A struggle of more or less intensity was
carried on between a population daily increasing and a Corporation yet unaccustomed to competition.
The representatives of 'the people increased gradually from
six, which formed the House of Assembly, when the Colony was
proclaimed in Nov. 1859'; to ten in the next House, elected in
1860 ; to fifteen in the popular branch of the Legislature, from
and after 1st June, 1863. This, the last House of Assembly, was
put an end to by the Proclamation of last year, uniting the
Colonies under the name of British Columbia.
During the administration of Governor Douglas the practically
united Colonies were almost continuously prosperous, their early
beginning rapid. And not the Island alone, for the mainland
was already remarkable for its system of roads and their durable
character.
But just then political agitation had gained a certain head,
and become to a certain extent a habit, not of the people but of a
class who aspired to rule them. Through the efforts of this
party, and but a small and noisy party they were, the latter part
of the rule of Governor Douglas was subjected to much, as it,
afterwards proved, unmerited obloquy. A man, who from his
high position with the Hudson Bay Company must needs be
suspected of partisanship, was triumphantly, when too late,
proved guiltless. Personal contumely had even been resorted to.
By the machinations of a class of politicians, at least they took
the credit or the onus of it: by their machinations a change was
brought about, not of Governors alone but a more radical change.
In the spring of 1864, Vancouver Island and British Columbia
became for every purpose not only legally but actually separate.
The unity of action, which all lovers of the two dependencies
desired to see strengthened and intensified, was for the
time defeated and counteracted. Retrogression insensibly
occurred. With the two Governors, divergence in the public-
opinion of the two Colonies crept in and increased. Of this, the
Bute Inlet massacre afforded one test. An offer of service to
assist British Columbia by a large number of individuals,
tendered through Governor Kennedy, as the result of a publie
meeting, was rejected. One hundred thousand dollars was expended on the mainland and no satisfactory results obtained. PREFATORY REMARKS.
17
An administration which opened on the Island with considerable popularity, and another administration which was also very
popular on the mainland, could not and did not work harmoniously together. Pifty thousand dollars was voted, and about
$35,000 actually expended by the Vancouver Island Assembly to
provide or erect a suitable residence for Governor Kennedy.
The popularity of the latter also increased on the discovery of
the Leech River mines ; to aid in the discovery of which, and
in exploration generally, His Excellency had the tact and the
foresight to offer $2 for every one subscribed by the community.
The mines are reported to have yielded in the first season
$150,060.
As to the mainland, the Legislative Council of British Columbia, in the joy of the moment at having a separate Governor,
voted many officials an increase of pay, and raised their Governor's salary, by vote, from ,£4000 to £5000 ! His, in their ,
eyes, successful termination of the Bute Inlet affair, was a further
title to their regard.
But separation and indifference between the Colonies presently assumed the aspect of hostility to Vancouver. It was
sought to build up New Westminster at the cost of Victoria, as
though the latter had legislated adversely for New Westminster.
Victoria had been favored by nature and position, and through
commercial freedom had prospered. New Westminster must be
made at least to rival it. The money which, judiciously expended,
would have opened up the resources of both Colonies, was
squandered in subsidizing a steam company to take ocean
steamers to New Westminster ; when considerably less than the
amount so expended would have doubled the steam communication of the two Colonies with the outer world, to the increased
prosperity of both.
Further, a system of differential duties was carried out, by
which the amounts levied ad valorem on goods, was calculated
not on that at the place of purchase, but at the place of last
shipment. The short-sightedness which dictated this measure
prevented its being seen that had the quantity of merchandize
received and transhipped at Victoria been doubled or trebled,
the duties received on the mainland would probably have far
exceeded the fruits of such one-sided legislation.
It would be tedious to enumerate any more instances of the. 18
PREFATORY REMARKS.
adverse feeling gradually creeping up against the Island on the
mainland, or rather its Capital.
Time wore on : by a singalar fatality the Acting Colonial
Secretary for Vancouver Island—he had at least the blame for
much of the mischief produced—the Colonial Secretary, soon
after the advent of Governor Kennedy, was a man, a stranger to
the place, equally with the Governor, whose intimate friend he
was. The Governor and the Colonial Secretary had, no
doubt, been blinded by the large Civil List imposed on the
Colony by the Duke of Newcastle, as a sine qua non of separate
Government, for which it was erroneously thought in Downing street, we had been panting. As an old resident here
justly remarked, a Civil List of $200,000 we could manage to
meet, though at a very early date the effects of separation began
to be felt. But Governor Kennedy and his Colonial Secretary
prepared a budget of $487,000 (if the author's memory is good) ;
and when this was discussed in the House of Assembly, and the
amounts cut down, the Secretary brought forward a supplemental
estimate of about precisely the amount so cut off!
Vancouver Island having to pay all her own officials, a separate
Staff, and with diminished resources in every way from which
to draw the funds, as first, her own private business had
diminished, times had altered; and again, her Executive could
no longer divert for her benefit a portion of revenues from the
sister Colony to which she was fully entitled as part of a
prosperous whole.   The Island prayed for economy.
The administration of Governor Kenaedy was marked by
a thorough discussion of the question of Crown Lands, which, we
believe, it was the object of his official life to pass to the Colony
and get the latter to meet the whole Civil List. An exhaustive report appeared from the Committee of the House of
Assembly, appointed to examine the matter, but no results followed ; and in Vancouver Island the Crown Lands are yet what
their name imports.
While displaying considerable administrative ability, Governor
Kennedy, it was soon evident, was not friendly to popular
institutions. He quickly perceived that there is a weakness of
purpose in a number of legislators, and loss of power and time, PREFATORY REMARKS.
19
But he failed to notice that increase of popular power is
the order of the day; and he, no doubt, miscalculated the
resources of the Colony. It required a friend and an old
resident to estimate at its full value the altered position of the
Colony ; one, magnificent in resources, of whieh no alien influence and enmity could seriously affect the progress, a Colony
of which the rightful population, speaking of 1859 and 1860, was
absorbed by California, by means of interested mis-statements
and from want of direct communication with Panama. The very
riches averaging in gold exports alone in 1859, $150,000 per
month were credited to Portland! But when, after separation, the
inimical feeling and legislation of the sister Colony was brought
to bear, in addition to its other evils, the morale of Vancouver
became affected. Depression, serious depression, gradually set in.
Her Legislature, it may almost be said, in a fit of despair at the
turn things were taking, prayed the Home Government, prayed
earnestly, and prayed repeatedly for Union of the Colonies, to
stop the ruin which all saw approaching.
Relief came so suddenly as to be unexpected.
Governor Seymour, of the mainland, enjoyed great influence at
home. Several letters written by him, in February, 1866 (and
March, 1865), from a foreign Capital, where he was temporarily
residing, produced a certain effect on the authorities in Downing
street. Coupled with the urgent prayer of the Colonists for
Union, they brought about the singular result:
1. Of causing the prayer of the petitioners to be granted with
a celerity unexampled in British Legislation.
2. The clause which stood in the Bill of Union (of itself likely
to be unpalatable to the petitioners), ordered to be
printed by the House of Commons, 11th June, 1866, leaving the Bill for approval of the Vancouver Legislature ;
was struck out. ^
3. Governor Seymour himself,   who   had   animadverted -to
freely, not to say unfairly, on the feelings and resources
of the Island Colonists, was sent out as Governor.
The feelings of the inhabitants of Vancouver might then have
been expressed shortly as one of baffled anger and extreme disappointment. However, before the arrival out of the new Governor, a certain resolute calmness prevailed among men of the 20
PREFATORY REMARKS.
world, who resolved still to give him a loyal, if not very cordial
reception.
The Capital question, long an irritating matter unsettled
between Victoria and New Westminster, produced some faint
show of interest yet remaining in public matters.
The first session of the new Legislative Council was held at
New Westminster. By a large majority Victoria was voted the
Capital. On fresh reference to the Council by the Governor,
at their second session, and after recent despatches from Downing Street, a fresh majority of nine decided by vote the Capital
question in favor of Victoria. It is to be hoped the sittings of
the Council will be altered in conformity.
It seems a marvel to the author that so much stress should
have been laid on the situation of the Capital. It is, of course,
well that the Legislature should not be out of reach of ascertaining the popular wish. In the present instance, the decision
of the matter may affect beneficially the general good. It came
none too soon, the. old feeling of restlessness was beginning to
work. A meeting was held in September, having for its object
to hasten Confederation with the British Provinces of North
America, and certain steps were soon taken by some of the
leaders of the movement. It will barely be necessary to say
that a meeting, and a great deal of persistent advocacy in favor
of Annexation to the United States, had some year before,
ignominiously failed.
This brings us to the present time : as a summing up, it may
be said, one good result has at last been finally brought about by
these changes, costly as they have been. Legislation will now
be one, and will display a breadth of feeling for the good of the
united communities, before impossible. We are, in short, where
we ought to have stood in 1864 ; where we were, in fact, before
Governor Douglas resigned, minus our Assembly, minus our
cheap Government. We have a uniformity in our method of
revenue, probably a considerable advantage, on the whole. We
have to struggle back to our old vantage ground if we cannot
even introduce full responsible Government. Already the estimates for this year are at a much lower figure than last. But
we might greatly retrench, and we shall do it by slow degrees,
and show a balance of revenue.
Should Confederation ensue before these good results are PREFATORY REMARKS.
21
brought about, it will probably place us in a much better position
at an earlier date, and leave us the more to appreciate the change
when it comes.
The introduction of politics in a work of this class has been
unavoidable, from the fact that the summary runs over so long a
period, and the changes have been so affected by Government
alterations.
Follow, a few figures and statements which will say more for
the prospects and material wealth of British Columbia than
pages of expression of hopes or fears.
But before giving these, the author would state that the work
contains:
An Alphabetical List of Business-Men and Householders.
An Official List, with Salaries.
A Postal List; the Latest Rates.
The British Columbia Tariff.
Abridged Extracts of the Incorporation Act.
Several of the more Important Corporation Bye-Laws.
The total amount  of  treasure  (dust and bars)   shipped by the
Bank of British Columbia, for 1867, was $499,603 12
Do                do          Bank of British North America        do 1,145,781 00
Do                do          Wells, Fargo & Co.                               do 215,266 9
Total     $1,860,651 04
The whole of the above was forwarded through Wells,
Fargo & Co.
For the whole year previous -(1866) the total quantity for the
three Banks, whfch left the Colony, per Wells, Fargo & Co.'s
Express, was  $1,625,311 00
And, from accounts already received from Cariboo, and the
good opinion generally entertained from the extended prospecting of last year, and the fact that tbe mining season has commenced some six weeks earlier, the gold yield for 1868, it has been
already estimated, will far exceed that of 1867.
N.B.—For other statistics, which did not come to hand in time for insertion
here, see farther on, Index.
Vancouver Island, or we will now say British Columbia, is a
country rich in resources, mineral outside of the precious metals, 22
PREFATORY REMABKS.
and coal, and commercial as a receiving and distributing centre,
with matchless harbors ; and now exporting lumber of the finest
quality. It has an area of agricultural land, small perhaps in
proportion to the total surface, but amply able to support the
largest population the country will hold till able liberally to pay
for imported food. The manufacturing interest needs but to be
encouraged to assume large proportions.
But a country that can export its half million sterling of gold
to a population of 6,000—produce with a handful of miners 5,000
tons of coal a-month—and as a eommon occurrence, imports and
distributes yearly its half million sterling of merchandise, and
last, not least, with a climate, which, it would be a mere truism
to say, cannot be surpassed; has no cause for serious depression at
temporary mismanagement and misrule. Its motto has ever
been and probably will be, nil desperandtjm. As Colonists,
we shall find our strength to lie in thinking less of governing
and more of developing .material resources, when a glowing
future is before us. E. M.
[for statistics seb indbx.]
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LIST  OF NAMES
SEE ALSO SUPPLEMENTAL LIST,
lit   CONTINUATION*
Adams John R., Douglas street, W. side
Adams Daniel Fowler, carpenter, Douglas street, E. side
Adams Robert H., hatter, Government street, E. side
Adamson Mrs., road to Cary Castle
Ah Lohn, cigar manufacturer, Johnson street
Ah Sam, washing, &c., Johnson street
Aikman H. B. Willson (See Drake, Jackson & Co.)
Aime Guilloteau, merchant, Wharf street
Alexander R. H., office of H. Nathan, Wharf street
Alexander J., at the " Gorge Retreat"
Alexander Chas., road overseer and farmer, E Road, S. Saanich
Alexander H. W. & Rodell, provision dealers, Nanaimo
Allatt Thomas Smith, builder, Cook street, and Port street
Alport C. A., Nanaimo
Alport J., Cariboo
Allsop Thomas, land agent, Government street, E. side
Alston Edward Graham, barrister-at-law, Government street, E.
side ; registrar of deeds, Supreme Court
Anderson Alex. Caulfield, farmer, N. Saanich
Anderson Robert, farmer, Loch End, Burnside road
Anderson G. J., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Anderson Jas. R., office of Findlay & Durham
Anderson   &  Co. E-,  Clothiers, corner Johnson  street   and
Oriental alley
Andrew, John, Office of H. B. Company
Angela College—Principal, Miss Pemberton ;  Assistants, Mrs.
Hay ward, Mrs. C. N. Toung ; for Music, Mrs. Nicholles,
Miss Pitts; Fancy Work, Miss Thain ; Drawing, &c. and
German, Mr. H. 0. Tiedemann
* N.B.—The names and particulars of Corporations, Societies, Public Insti-
tmtions, &c, Trill be found under tbeir proper letter. 24
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Archambaut A., trader, San Juan
Armstrong W. J., merchant and importer, New Westminster
Arthur W. & D.. liquor dealers, Esquimalt Town
Ash Dr. John, Office Government St., W. side; residence, Fort st.
Ashe A,, St. Nicholas Hotel, Goldstream
Askew Geo., farmer, Chemainus
Astrico Andrea, proprietor Pacific Telegraph Hotel, Store street.
Astrico Constantine, Pacific Telegraph Hotel
Attwood Mrs., teacher of music, Johnson street
Augur Nicholas, Burnside road
Austen , Port street, N. side
Austen Robt. Howe, Fort street, N side
Austin Joel John, deputy sheriff and collector, Gov. st., W. side
Avons B., " The Willows," Cadboro Bay road
Backus Philip M., Auctioneer, Wharf st., residence Cormorant st.
Bacon C. A., Assay Office, Bank British North America
Bagnall Jas., music and pianoforte dealer, Yates st.
Bailey N. C, hotel, Langley st., and boarding house, late Mrs.
Heal, Fort street
Bailey Jas., farmer, E. Road, Lake District
Bailey N., Meares street
Baillie Mrs Margaret, private boarding, Fort st., above Douglas st.
Baker Geo., Richmond Estate, Victoria District
Baker Geo., Nanaimo
Baker T. J., accountant, Yates street, above Douglas street
Bank of British Columbia—Inspector, Alex. Watson ;  Man
W. C. Ward j Accountant, W. W. Francis
Jackson ;  Clerks, C. S. Jones, J. B. Fisher
Bank of British North America—Manager, J.  G.  Shepherd ;
Accountant, Jas. Gillon ; Cashier, A. G. Gilkeson ;  Clerks,
G. M. Staples, B. McKenzie; Messenger, Whittingham
Bales Jas. Chestney (See Jay & Bales)
Balls Geo., " Identical," Corner of Yates and Wharf streets
Barnard F. J., Express Office, Yates st., next Wells, Fargo & Co.
Barnard C. F., surgeon dentist, Douglas street, W side
Barnett Joseph, at store J. Boscowitz, Yates street
Barnett A. J., at store J. Blackbourne
Barry J, bootmaker, Blanchard street
Barry Thos., drayman
Bartleman Peter, blacksmith, N. Saanich
Bates Mark, Nanaimo
Bayley Chas. Alfred, provision and vegetable dealer, Fort st.
Bawden Alfred, contractor, adjoining N. Park street
Beal Fred., store of Moore & Co., druggists
Beaumont W., farmer, Maple Bay
Beaven Robt., land agent, ag. for Phoenix Fire Ass. Off.. Gov. st.
Becker A. (See Vigelius & Becker)
Beckingham Geo., Wharf street
Begg Jon., at Geo. Butnall's, Albert Head
nager,
Cashier, E. R. LIST OF NAMES.
25
Begbie Matth. Bailie, Chief Justice, British Columbia, proper
Beecroft John Birkett, " Gorge Retreat," Victoria Arm
Beck W., View street
Bennett A. J., farmer, N. Saanich
BeemanS. 0., office H. B. C.
Bentley Wm., tailor, Langley street
Bell F., farmer, Burnside road
Bell & DeBeck, coal dealers, Kavanagh's wharf, Government st.
JBigne J., Proprietor Hotel de France
Eigne V., employe Hotel de France
Bishop Robt-, attorney-at-law and solicitor, Bastion street
Bissell J, store of S. L. Kelly, ironmonger, &c.
Bissett Jas., H. B. C, residence James Bay
Bismark C, at A. W. Piper's
Blackbourne Jos., butcher, Union Market, Douglas and Fort sts.
Blanc Antoine, Oakland Estate, Victoria District
Bland Jas., " British Admiral," Yates street
Blenkarn Mrs., residence Fort street, above Cook street
Blenkinsop Geo., the Gorge road
Blessing W. (See Gordon & Blessing)
BLUM Leopold, Magasin Frangais, Johnson street
Boardman W., Johnson street
Boise Jas., empl. Bailey's Hotel
Bond Willis, contractor and house-mover, View street
Bond Geo., carpenter H. B. C Johnson street
Bone Thos., carpenter and turner, Fort st., above Douglas st.
Bon wick , engineer, H. M. S. S. Beaver
Booth Mrs., Fort street, N. side
Booth E. A., Fort street
Booth Samuel, teamster, Brodrick's wharf
Booth Geo. H., " Rock Bay House "
Booth Wm., farmer, residence Esquimalt road
Booth Jno. P., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Boscowitz J., cigar and tobacco dealer, Yates st., near Wharf st.
Boscowitz L., ditto residence Fort street
Borthwick Ralph, miner, James Bay
Bossi Carlo, retail gro. and pro. store, liquor deal., Store st.
Bossi Giacomo, store of C. Bossi
Bossi G., ditto
Boswell D., baker, Johnson street
Bosworth C.
Botterell , (See Reynolds & Botterell)
Bowden Wm., Sergeant Police, the Barracks
BowlessP., French grocery, Yates street, residence James Bay
Bowman Win. Geo., livery stables, Yates near Broad street
Bowman Mrs, private boarding, Yates street above Blanchard st.
Boyce , trader, San Juan
Brafford E., baker, Johnson street
Braverman ii.j[cigar and tobacco dealer, cor. Yates & Go^
sts.
Braverman Isador & Lewin, cigar a,ud tobr&al.rcor, Ystesrst. 26
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Breban C, house and sign painter, Johnson street
Brew Chartres, Stipendiary Magistrate
British Colonist and Daily Chronicle—Proprietors and Editors,
Higgins & Long; Printers, Geo. Norris, F. Waterman ; Compositors, Tboa.
Dearberg, Jos. D. Sullivan, Jos, Davies ;' Pressmen, Jas. Murray, A. R.
Kennedy; Carriers, Henry Dyne, Alfred Lyne
Brockleman, Peter, Victoria City
Brodrick Richard, feed store and coal dealer, Union and City
Wharyes, residence Douglas street, near Government street
Brown Godfrey, office of Janion, Rhodes & Co.
Brown Henry, store of J. H. Turner & Co.
Brown C. B., Parson's Bridge Hotel and Half-way house, Esq.
Brown Mrs. Wilson, Church Bank house, girls' school, Rae street
Brown Robert, farmer, N. Saanich
Browning Rev. A., Wesleyan Church, Pandora street
Bruce John, miner, Fort street, above Blanchard street
Brulau J. B., farmer, Sooke harbor '
Brunn A. J., clothier and tailor, Yates street, cor. Langley st.
Brunn Jacob do do
Bryant J. D., farmer, N. Saanich
Brydon P., miller, at Bunster's, Johnson street
Buck Geo., store of J. Cowper, Yates ptreet
Buckley Peter, " Orlean's House," Cormorant street
Buckley John, res. " Orlean's House "
Buckner Artnstead, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Buler Asbury, clothiug and variety store, Government street
Bull W. K., Bee-hive crockery and general store, Fort street
Bull O, Johnson street
Bunster Arthur, brewer and miller, Johnson street
Bunte John, at J. Seal, Government street
Bunting Charles, cabinet maker, Yates street, near Douglas st.
Burgess F., Topaze avenue
Burnaby Robert, land agent, Government street, E. side
Burnes T. J., Tom's Saloon, Yates street
Burns J., office J. Wilkie & Co
Burns W., laborer, Work's farm, Hillside
Burns J., barman Eugene Thomas
Burr W. Henry, Colonial school, Yates street
Burroughs Wm. Geo., tailor, Oriental alley, Yates street
Burt Stephen S., retail grocer and baker, Government st., E. side
Bushell Fred & Mordaunt A. E., | Blue Posts " and " Theatre
Saloon," Douglas street and Government street
Butcher M., Esquimalt road
Butler , (See Charity & Butler)
Butler Capt. W., Union Telegraph Co.
Butler W., back of Union Saloon, Johnson street
Byrne Stewart, office J. A. McCrea
Byrom P. (late deal's Restaurant;
Cabanot Mrs. Francis, Richmond Estate, Victoria District LIST OF NAMES-
27
Caire & Grancini E., iron and hardware, merchants, Wharf
street, W. side
Calder , at Wren's, Johnson street
Callinghmn W. J., Fort street
Cameron David, residence Belmont
Cameron 1 homas, farrier and blacksmith, Cormorant street
Cameron Duncan, miner, residence James Bay
Campbell A. C, James Bay
Campbell Frank, cigar and tobacco dea., Yates st. & Johnson st.
Campbell Mrs., B'lanchard street
Camsusa M., office A. Casamayou
Caravella !>., Victoria City
Carey J. W., Kane street
Carmicliael J. II, Telegraph Office. Government street
Can- Richard & Welcker, commission merchants, Wharf street
Carr Richard, (See Carr & Welcker), res. James Bay
Carrington Thos., empl. G. T. Seymour
Carswcll James, provision store, Cowichan
Casamayou Antoinc, merchant and importer, Yates street
Case!ton Richard, porter at J. A. McCrea's
Castle , at Murray's bakery
Cave Rev. A. C. C. Sapperton. New Westminster
Chadwick Thos., " Garrick's Head," Bastion street
Chambers Coote Mulloy, agent Barnard's Express, Victoria
Charnton R. T., dry goods, Government street
Charity C. H. & Butler, bootmakers, Gov. st., near Johnson st.
Charles W., cashier,H. B. Co.'s office, res. Fort street
Charteris W. B., blacksmith, Wharf street, near Yates street
Chartres	
Child Henry, farmer, Metchosin district
Christopher Augustus, hand-barrow, Ellis point
Christy Stephen, weigher, Nanaimo
City Council—Jas. Trimble. M. D., Mayor ; Councilmen : Yates
street Ward, R. Lewis, T. S. Allatt; Johnson stieet Ward, Jo3. Jeffrey. J.
Crump; James Bay Ward, M. W. Gibbs, J. G. McKay; Town Clerk, Wm.
Leigh : Messenger, J. Joseph.
Clark W., (See Jenkinson & Clark)
Clarke Wm., Capt. Sir James Douglas tug
Clarke, Chas., Victoria Dramatic Club
Clarke & Co. G. D., butchers, cor. Johnson st. and Wad. alley
Clayton John, nurseryman, Moss street
Cleal Daniel, late restaurant keeper
Clements John, Burnside road
Cohen H. M., clothier, Yates street, res. Broughton street
Coleman, Edw., librarian, Mechanics' Institue
Coles Geo., farmer, Metchosin district
Collegiate School—Principal, Rev. C. T. Woods, M. A. ;   Asst.
Master, C. N. Young ; and two tutors
Conant T. W., baker, Johnson street
CONSULS—Allen Francis U. States: Henry Rhodes, Sandwich I. 28
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Caesar Randall, haircutter, Yates st., near Langley st,
Cooness Stephen, Johnson street
Coovcs Gustavus, barkeeper " the Brown Jug "
C oper Capi. Jas., harbor-master, res. James Bay
Cooper Harry, Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo
Cook 11.. i teamer Enterprise
Copland John, attorney-at-law, Colonist building
Copeland Solomon, steward ' Enterprise"
Copeland Abraham, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Copeland Richard
Copeland . James Bay
Corbiniere Paul, retail grocer, cor. Broad and Yates streets
Cormack W. E., public library, New Westminster
Corry John, variety store, Fore street, S. side
Costello W., contractor, Humboldt street
Cotsford Thos., Chatham street
Courtney Henry Classon, solicitor, Langley alley
Cowper Jesse, boot maker and dealer. Yates street, N. side
Crarey Robt., farmer, W. road lake
Crate A. P., farmer, Cowichan
Crate Adolphus,, at W. Lohse
Crauvelli P.,'grocer, Johnson street
Crease Henry Perkins Pellew, attorney general, N- Westminster
Creighton Geo., Blanchard street
Cridge v. Rev. Ev, Dean, Rae street
Cridge Miss, infant school, James Bay
Crowtlier, Richard Atkin, painter, 106 Yates street
Crowthcr John A., painter, Yates street, near Government st.
Cuthbert W. P., clerk H. B. wharf
David Jules, broker, Wharf street, W. side
Davie J. C, M. 11. C. S. E.. res. James Bay
Davie J. C. jun., M. D., office Government st.
Davie Alex., office Geo. Pearkes
Davics & Co., J. P., auctioncrs,-&c, Wharf st., W. side
Davies Joshua, office of J. P. Davies & Co.
Davies J. C. farmer, Metchosin .
Davies Joseph, compositor, Colonist office
Dalby W., leather dresser, Yates St., S. side
Dally Fred., photographer, Fort St., S. side
Deans Geo., Oakland farm, Victoria district
Deans Jas., farmer, Victoria district
DeBeck j (See Bell & DeBeck
Dearberg Thos., compositor, Fort street
Deas John Sullivan, tinsmith, Yale
DeCosmos Amor, M. L. C, res. Victoria
Dechent Chas., market gardener, Cadboro Bay road
Deeks Geo., larmer, on road S. Saanich
Delite , trader, San Juan
DeVeuille , Courtcnay street LIST OP NAMES.
29
D'Herbomez, Bishop R, C, Esquimalt
Demers Rt. Rev. Modcste, R. C. Bishop, Humboldt street
Dempster David, farmer, Metchosin district
DeNeuf A., store J. L. Junger.nan, Jeweller
Deniger J., grocer, Johnson street
Derham Bartholomew, baker, Johnson street
Dickerson Dr., Johnson street, above Douglas street
Dickinson & Marshall, butchers, cor. Gov. and Brou<rhton sts.
Dickinson Edwd., (See Dickinson & Marshall), res. Broad st.
Dickson John, tinware and stove deilcr, Yates street, W. side
Dickson Jas., M. D., Government st., cor. Bastion st.
Dillon Miles, tanner, empl. W. C. Webster's
Dixie Miss, Fort s reet
Doane Jos. Homer, Esquimalt
Doane Capt., Adelphi Saloon, Ya'es and Government streets
Dobrin Maurice C, clothier. Johnson st., S. side
Dodd Francis, contractor. View street, W. side
Dodie Jas., Esquimalt district
Doolan Rev. P. B.. Mission clergfmau
Doran W., Park rd., Victoria
Dorman John, miner, res. James Bay
D'Osier T., laundryman, Pembroke street
Dousrhty B., Central square, Fort street
Douglas Sir Jas., K. C. B., res. James Bay
Douglas Wm., drayman
Downie Mrs., Louglas st., near Humboldt st.
Drake, Jackson & Aikman, solicitors and notaries public, Bastion
street, corner Langley street
Drake Mont igue W. Tyrwhitt, (SeeDrake, J. & A.)res. Rock Bay
Driard; Sosthenes, Colonial Hot3l, Government street
Drummond Jas. S., tinware and stove dealer, Yates street
Duck & Sandover, carriage builders, Government street, W. side
Duck Simeon (See Duck & Sandover
Duncan William, Metahkathlah Mission, Fort Simpson
Dunlop Jno. Thos., livery stable, Broad street
Dunn Jas., farmer, Esquimalt district
Dupont Chas., market gardener and farmer, Cadboro Bay rd.
Durance John, farmer, W. road, Lake district
Dutnall Geo., farmer, Esquimalt district
Ea=tman J., salesman G. D. Clarke & Co.
Eckstein J., {See Leneveu & Eckstein), res. Douglas street
Eden , waiter, Colonial Hotel
Edwards H. V., auctioneer and real estate agent,N, Westminster
Edwards J. E., stock grower, N. Saanich district
Edwards D., furniture, &c. dealer, cor. Douglas and Yates sts.
Elford Robt., market gardener, Cadboro Bay road
Elford Wm;. at Robt. Elford's
Ella Capt. B.. res. Fort street, above Cook street
Elder Chas., James Bay 30
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
and Fort sts.
street
Elliott A. C, high sheriff, res. James Bay
Elliott W. E., engineer H. B. Co.'s stmr Otter;-Sitka a&
E liott Mrs. Au:.liony, res. above Cook street
El|)in W., James Bay
Elvin Capt., Esquimalt road
Emery Win. H., cirponter & builder, cor. Broad
Eugdhardt b\, offi k W. & A. E. Siff.cen, Wnar
Estes Howard, fanner, E. road, S. Saanich
Evans B., | The Willows," Fort street
Evans Dudlev, office Wells, Fa'-go & Co.
Evans W., (Ses Kcit & Evans)
Evans [)., farmer, E. road, Lake district
Everett Patrick,il Horse & Jockey," Esquimalt road
Ewer J., sailor, Courteuey street
Faragon S , fish dealer, Johnson street
Fardon G. W., photographer, Langley st., near Yates st., S. Ev
Farron W., Yate  street Saloon, res. Pandora street
Farwell S. (See Mohun & Farwell)
Fawcett Thomas Lea, upholsterer, Gov. st, re?. Kane st.
Fawcett Rowland W., upholsterer, Gov. and Kane streets
Fawcett Edgar, store Thomas Russell
Feillet A, locksmith, Johnston street, N. s.
Female   Infirmary—President, Mrs. Hills ;   Treasurer
Miepherd; Secretary, Very Rev. E. Cridge
Fell & Finlayson, retail grocers, Fort street
Fell James, (See Fell & Finlayson)
Ffcilayson Roderick, Chief Factor, H. B. Co., res. Saanic
Finnerty John, vegetable and produce dealer, Yates street
Finncrty Mich., at store of J. Finnerty
Fire  Department—Chief Engineer,   S.   L.  Kelly;   Assistant
Engineer, John Krieroler;   Board of Delegates,  President,   John Dickson;
Secretary,   Even 0. Holden ;   Treasurer, E.  B. Marvin ; Delegates,   James
Gillon, Robert Jemdnson, W. R. Gibbon, J. Muddon, J. Fneeman, S. Harris.
Foremen : C. G. Bunting, D". H. & L. Co.; Wm. Lobse, Deluge Engine Co.;
T- J. Burns, Tiger Co.
Secretaries : Wm. T. Leigh, U. II. & L. Co,; J. G. Vinter, Deluge Engine Co.;
A. G. Gilkinson, Tiger.
Fish Robt. & Jas., farmers, Lake district
Fisher & Lawrence, farmers, Esquimalt district
Fiterre Pierre, (See Grelley & Piterre), res. Pandora street
Piatt John, carpenter, Montreal street
Fleming Mrs. Capt., res. Mrs. Kohl, Gordon street
Flewin Thos., porter P. M. Backus
Flotte P., Oriental restaurant, Yates street
Flotte James,       ditto ditto
Foot Wm., farmer, Victoria district
Ford M
I
Forman Henry, drayman,-'-James Bay
Forsyth John, James Bav
J. G.
1 Road
Ford Mrs., dressmaker, &c., at Mrs. Good, Cadboro Bay rd.
Ford Miss, res.;Mrs. Sparrow, N. Park street LIST OF NAMES.
31
Forton Jos.. James Bay
Foster Major Geo. F., Esquimalt road
Foster Robt., stone cutter, Rock Bay bridge
Fowlis A., store ot Fellows, Roscoe & Co.
Fox Arch, brickmaker, Saanich road
Fox Geo., store Yates street, near Douglas street
Francis Allen, U. S. Consul, Langley St., res. Pandora st.
vFrancis W. W., cashier Bank British Columbia
Francis Abner Hunt, retail grocers and provisions, Fort street
Francis Jas., farmer, Lake district
Francis G., livery stables. Broad st., res. Courtenay st.
Francis Matthew, farmer, Esquimalt district
Frankel A., wholesale furrier. Wharf street
Frankenstein Hermann, empl. J. Sehl
Franklin Lumley, res. James Bay
Franklyn Wm. Hales, res. James Bay
Fraser Donald, res. Humboldt street. N. side
Fraser Donald, farmer, Metchosin district
Fraser Peter, at D. Fraser
Fraser Andrew,        ditto
Fredison C, farmer, S. Saanich
Freeman Thos. Palmer, variety store, Johnson street
Free School—Principal. John Jessop, res. Douglas street
French Benevolent Society—President, S. Driard; Vice-
President, H. M. Cohen; Treasurer, P. Tisset; Secretary, J. Merle; ComN
mittee, J. Rueff, 0. Breban, A. Camsusa.
Fried Jos., pro. St. Nicholas hotel, Government street
Friedman M., bootmaker, Johnson street, S. side
Fry Mrs., res. Queen's avenue, Saanich road
Frye Geo., custom-house, Government street, James Bay
Puller Sam., carpenter, San Juan
Gagnon Antoine, Humboldt street
Galley Wm., Topaze avenue, Saanich road
Gardner Wm., farmer, Cedar Hill district
Gardner Wm., store A. McLean & Co.
Gardner Capt. W., pilot, res. James Bay
Garesche F., agent Wells, Fargo & Co.,.res. James Bay
Garrett Rev. A. C, Rector St. Paul's, Esquimalt
Gastineau John, civil engineer, Humboldt street
Gaston John, Sec. Queen Charlotte Coal Co.
Geddes Alex., shipwright, Indian reserve
Gee Wo, washing, &c, Fort street
George , fisherman, Johnson street
George ,       ditto ditto
George Capt. Wm., trading sehooner, Nanaimo
George-Richard, miner, Nanaimo
Geiger Thos., (See Hegele & Geiger)
Germania Sing Verein—President, J. L. Jungerman ; Vice-
President, L. Vigelius ; Secretary, H. F. Heisterman ; Treasurer, W. Lohse;
Librarian, A. Hartaagel. 32
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Gerow Gideon C, wheelwright, «fcc, Gov. st., cor. Pandora st.
Gerittsen John, baker, &c., Humboldt street
Gibbon W. R., saddler, at H. T. Mann
Gibbs Mifflin, Wistar, Councilman, res. James Bay
Gibson Alexander, Victoria
Gideon D., empl. Pacific Telegraph Hotel
Giesgelmann Chas., porter J. Rueff
Giffen Edward (See Townsend & Giffen)
Gilkeson A. G., cashier Bank British North America
Gilligan Patrick, " Mountaineer Saloon," Store street
Gillingham James, res. Esquimalt road
Gilmore Alex., tailor, Yates street, near Government street
Gilmore R,, steam saw-mill, Belmont Lagoon
Gillon Jas., accountant, Bank British North America
Glassey John, general agent, Victoria
Girandeau Edwd., empl. Hotel de France
Gleed Thos. farmer, Metchosin district
Golden Thos., " Brown Jug," cor. Fort and Gov. streets
Golden Barney, " Great Eastern," Wharf street
Goldstone Bros., importers and merchants, Wharf street
Goldwich, waiter Colonial hotel
Golledge Richard, Victoria District
Good H. Berkeley, farmer, Cadboro road
Good Charles B., Assistant Colonial Secretary, N. Westminster
Good Rev. J. B., Episcopal clergyman, Yale
Goodacre John, butcher, Fort street
Gorrie Thomas, general store, Fort street
Gowdie James, Quadra street
Gowen Charles, miller and dis. Hope Point, res. Pandora st.
Graham Buchanan, office Drake, Jackson & Co.
Graham James A., ch. fac. H. B. C, Mouth of Quesnelle
Grahamslaw E., carpenter, &c.
Green Fred., stage driver, Esquimalt town
Green Wm. Sanders Sebright, solicitor, Government street
Green Fred. Walter, surveyor, Broughton street
Green A. Ruperti, office Janion. Rhodes & Co.
Green David, farmer, N. Saanich
Griinbaum & Bros. H., gen. deal. & liq. deal., Johnson street
Greenwood George, sailmaker, Fort St., below Gov. st.
Gregory W., gardener, James Bay
Greig John, Four-mile house, Craigflower
Grelley Prosper, & Fiterre, liq. merch. and imp., Wharf street
Gribbell Rev. Frank B., Rector St. John's Church
Griffin Benjamin Pitt, "Boomerang Inn,"Langley alley
Gudin James, Kanaka road
Guild A. H., merchant, James Bay
Gullion Charles, laborer, Victoria district
Hall Richard, Chatham street
Hall Phil. J., Broad street LIST OF NAMES.
33
Hamilton Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street, N. side
Hamilton Christ., Fort street, adjoining gymnasium
Hamley Hon. Wymond, Custom-house, Government street
Hardesty Wm., purser " Enterprise "
Hardesty Jos., H.B. C, British Columbia
Harman John, boat-builder, James Bay bridge
Harnesfeiger, L., bootmaker, Johnson street
Harnett Legh, sub-editor, British Colonist, res. Broad street
Harris Thomas, Family Market, Government street, E. s^ide
Harris H., tailor, Government street, E. side
Harris Sam., dry goods dealer, Johnson street
Harris
general store, Cowichan
Harrison Eli., house and sign painter, &c, Yates street
Harrison George, farmer, S. Saanich
Harrison Wm., shipwright
Harrison Wm., baker, at Murray's, Fort street
Harvey R., res. James Bay
Harvey Wm., empl. H. B. C, Yale
Hastings Hon. G. P., Admiral, H. M. S. Zealous, res. Esquimalt
Bavelock Henry, (See Rose & Havelock), Yale
Hay Alex., office R. Brodrick
Haynes John, Messenger Gov. buildings, bandmaster V. R. V.
Hayman Rev. J., Rector Holy Trinity Church, N. Westminster
Hay ward John, carpenter, res. Fort street
Hay ward Mrs., teacher Angela College,
naure Honore, Hotel de France
Heal John, farmer, Lake district, E. Road
Heathorn W., bootmaker, Government st., near Telegraph office
Hebbard & McTiernan, furniture dealers, Government street
Hebbard W., (See Hebbard & McTiernan), res. Saanich road
Hebrew Benevolent Society—Committee pro. tern. J. W. Key-
ser, A. Jacobs. L. Anthon, Sec.
Hegele & Geiger, San Francisco baths, Government street
Hegele Charles (See Hegele & Geiger)
Heisterman H. F., land agent, Langley street, rear Custom-house
Helgeson Haus L., farmer, Metchosin district
Helmcken Hon. John Sebastian, M. L. C, Dr., res. James Bay
Hemmingway Jacob, office G. Pearkes
Henley Henry, Clover Point Hotel
Hennessy John, drayman
Henderson John, Telegraph office
Herbert James, Chemainus
Herron R., saddler, at W. Newbury's
Hewlings J. Q., clothier, Government street, E. side
Heywood J., ham and pork dealer, Yates street, near Broad st.
Hibben & Co. T. Napier, booksellers, &c, Mason's building
Hickin B. (See Stafford & Hickin)
Hicks A. Fred., Victoria
Hicks Nath. Milby, William Creek, res. Richmond Est.
Higgins David W. & Long, Proprietors British Colonist paper 34
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Higgs Geo., farmer, N. Saanich
Hildebrand E.. tailor, Johnson street
Hillier Wm., Henley farm, Lake district
Hill Miss Sophia, Royal hotel, Wharf street
Hills Rt. Rev. George, D. D.,Bishop of Columbia, res. Church res.
Hilton Joseph, empl. Victoria House, Fort street
Hobbs Mrs Sarah, Fort street, S. side
Hocken George, grocer, Earles street
Hodges Thomas, baker, Douglas street, near Johnson street
Hoffmeister George, merchant, San Juan
Holbrook Henry, merchant, Mayor of New Westminster
Holden Even Charles, res. cor. View and Douglas . treets
Holden J., farmer, S. Saanich
Homer James A. R., inspector of weights, <fec, James Bay
Homfray Robert, civil engineer, Trounce alley
Hop Sing, washing, &c., Humboldt street, N. side
Horie John, farmer, Lake district, west
Horton Robert, James Bay
Howard John Thomas, " Royal Oak," Esquimalt
Howarth Wm., tinsmith, at J. S. Drummond's
Hudson G. R., % Coach and Horses," Esquimalt road
Hudson Bay Company—Chief Factors : W. F. Tolmio, R. Fin-
layson; Jas. A. Graham, .Month of Quesuelle. Chief Traders : Jas. Bissett,
W. Charles, J. S. Helmcken, H. A. Tuzo, W. A. Mouatt, Fort Rupert; J. M.
Warii, Cariboo. »
Accountant: A. Munro; Clerks: W. H. Newton, C. Thorne, W. T. Livock,
S. 0. Beeman, J. Andrew, J. Law son, D, Work, T. Theobald, Jas. 0.
Graham, W. P. Cuthbert, D. McKay ; John Tait, Semilkamin ; W. Harvey,
Yale.
Stations—Fort Simpson, W. Manson ; Fort St. James and Stuart's Lake,
Peter Ogden, Clerk, Harrison Young; McLeod's Lake, F. McKenzie;
Connelly's Lake ; Fraser Lake, T Charles; Fort Babines, G.Hamilton ; Fort Shepherd and Colville, Ai MeDonald; Fort Langley, A. Allard ;
Yale, J. W. McKay; Hope, in charge, W. Yates.
Hutson John, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Humber M., bricklayer, Courtenay street
Hunt Wm., farmer, Albert Head, Metchosin
Hurd Edmund, William Creek, Cariboo
Huston Guy, gun and locksmith, Yates street, cor. Com. street
Hustable Wm., ret. groc, &c, cor. Fort and Blanchard streets
Irvine , James Bay
Irvine John, farmer, Moss bank, Victoria district
Irving Capt., stmrs. " Reliance " and '' Onward," N. Westminster
Jacobs A., scourer and cleaner, Yates street, N. side
Jack, H. B. C. steamer " Enterprise"
Jackson Dr. James, Royal Hospital
Jackson Edwd. H., cashier Bank British Columbia, res. Hillside
Jackson Rob. Edwin (SeeDrake Jackson & Co.) res. Richardson st
Jackson Mrs., farmer, E. road, S. Saanich
Jackson Thos., farmer, W road Lake LIST OF NAMES.
35
Janion R. C. & Rhodes, merchants and importers, Store street
Jamieson Mrs. C. O., ret. grocer, cor. Port and Douglas streets
Jamieson W. G., watchmaker and Jeweller, Government street
Jameson Mrs., wool and fancy work, Broad street, E. side
Jaques Geo., store E. Anderson & Co., clothiers
Jay Geo. & Bales, seedsmen and florists, Yates st. & Springfield
Nursery
Jefferson J., boot store, Johnson street, E. side
Jeffrey Joseph, City Councilman
Jeffrey John, carpenter, &c, Blanchard street
Jenkins W. H., Union Saloon, Johnson street
Jenkins J., atN. M. Hicks, Richmond Est.
Jenkinson G. & Clark, carpenters, Iiangley street
Jackinson , Scoresby street
Jenns Rev. Pereival Episcop. Church Nanaimo
Jesse Robt., New Westminster
Jessop John, principal, Free school, Fort St., res. Douglas street
Johnson Miss, teacher Church Bank Academy, Rao street
Johnson Adam, farmer, E. road Lake
Johnson J. D., Lager Bier Saloon, Store and Johnson streets
Johnson E. C, tanner, W. Dalby's Saanich road
Johnston Matthew T., manager Sproat & Co., Store street
Johnston Philip T. (See Mitchell & Johnston) res. Foul Bay rd.
Jollibois J., farmer, Burnside road, Victoria district
Jones W., sash and door factory. Cormorant street
Jones Richard, drug store, Langley & Co.
Jones C. S., clerk Bank British Columbia
Jones H., farmer, Saanich road
Jones John Craven, farmer. Salt Spring Island
Jones J., boat-builder, at Lachapelle's
Jones J., back of Union hotel, Johnson street
Jones Thos., Victoria
Jones D., Victoria
Josephs J., messenger City Corporation
Jungerman J. L., watchmaker and jeweller, Mason's building,
Government street
IRON"   WORKS,   ALBION—Messrs.    Spratt   &   Kriemler;
Machinists : B. Jones, Jos. Jaques, P. Bramwell ; Engineer : Robt. Simple ;
Moulder: J. Dougall: Blacksmiths, &c; J. Robertson, J. D. McMillan ;
Pattern Maker; Jos. Boyd; Boiler Makers: A. .Fowler, 0. Pollock;
Carpenter : J. Gosner ; Furnaceman : J. Welsh.
Kammerer G., store of T. N. Hibben & Co.
Kaufmans D., tailor, Yates street, below Gov. street
Kibblewhite Nathaniel, farmer, Sooke
Keast Arthur, office G- J. Stuart, brewer
Keffier Frank, schooner " Sweepstakes "
Keile J., cooper, Hudson Bay wharf
Kelly S. L., tinware and stove dealer, Ch. Eng. FireDept., Yate3
street, N. side
Kelly Mrs., res. McClure street mmsmm
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Kennedy J. P., pressman, Colonist Office
Kent Chas. & Evans, Birmingham house, Fort street
Keyser J. W., general store, Yates street, N. side
Keyser A. F. & Lowenberg, cigar and tobacco dealers, cor. Yates
and Government streets
King Jos., "Mousquetaires Saloon," cor. Johnson and Gov. sts.
King Chr. J., milk ranch, Foul Bay, Gov. road
Ki"g Henry, Cedar hill
King Richard & J., milk ranch, Cedar hill
Kinsman J., bricklayer, Saanich road
Kim Wah, washing,'&c, Government street, W. side
Kohl W., res. Gordon street
Kwong, Lee & Co., merch. and imp., Cormorant st., above Gov.
Lach
Lafo
lapelle J., boat builder, James Bay bridge
nt Thomas, Alhambra Music Hall, Yates street
raiuui xnuuias, Jxiiiumuru oiusic nun. J-<
Laing Robert, ship yard, Victoria harbor
Lalere F., carpenter, Victoria
Lamb F. H., Suprt. West Union Telegraph, Government street
Lange Gustavus, watchwaker, Yates street, Oriental corner
Langley & Co., chem. and drug., cor. Langley alley and Yates st.
Larkin Peter, Victoria
Larman James, boot maker, Yates street, near Wharf street
Lauffester P., empl. Hotel de France
Lawless Jos., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Lawrence Geo., View street
Lawson Peter, trader, San Juan
Lawson Jas., H. B. C. office
Leclaire Aime, Oakland, Victoria district
Leclaire Noel, farmer, N. Saanich
Lee & Co., farmers, Cadboro Bay read
rlv^J Leech T^TYates stree, S. side
Leech Corp^Explorer, empl. H. B. C.
Leigh W., town clerk, res. James Bay
Leigh W. T., office P. Weissenburger
Leigh Ernest A., James Bay
Leneveu David & Eckstein, seed and feed store, Wharf street
Lester Peter, res. Vancouver street
Lester Fred., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Leslones Felix, cooper, H. B. C. wharf
Lettuce Thos., house and sign painter, Yates street
Leunenblatt R. H., merchant, San Juan
Levy II. E., Arcade Uyster Saloon, Government str<
Levi S. D., store A. Mayer, Nanaimo
Levy N. L., dry goods dealer, Johnson street
Lewin H., tobacconist, Yates street
Lewi.n M.
Lewis Richard, City Councilman, undertaker & builder, Gov, st.
lewis L. P., farmer, S. Saanich, E. road
Lewis Lewis, clothier, Yates street, opposite Langley street
reet LIST OF NAMES.
37
Lewis Mrs. Pointertown, Johnson street
Lewis Philip, fruit and tobacco dealer, Johnson street
L'Hotelier L., merchaut, Wharf street, res. Yates street
Liddell James, carman
Liddle John, at C. J. King's ranch
Lind, Peter, hotel, S. Saanich
Lindsay Dan.,accountant and collector, Bastion street
Lindsey Geo., farmer, Lake district
Lineker Thos. H., Saanich road
Lippett J., store A. Frank el
Lisk J., Esquimalt road
Livock, W. T., office H. B. C.
Loewen Jos.& Sehl, " Teutonia," Government street
Lohse W., veg. and prod, dealer, Government street
Lombard L. store J. L. Jungerman
London W., Cary Castle
Lovett Jos., Kane street
Lowe Bros., com. merch. and navy contractors, Wharf street
Lowe Jas. (See Lowe Bros.), res. Vancouver street
Lowe Thos. (See Lowe Bro.), res. Fort st., above Blanchard st.
Lowenberg Leopold, real estate agent, Government street
Lowenberg Robt. (See Keyser & Lowenberg)
Lusch W., Park Hotel, Beacon Hill
Luxon Geo., farmer, N. Saanich
Lydgate Duncan, farmer, Cross road S. Saanich
Lyne Henry, carrier, Colonist office, res. Fort street
Lyne Alfred       ditto ditto
Lyon W., " Great Eastern," cor. Wharf and Johnson streets
Macdonald Hon. Wm. John, M. L. C, res. Gordon street
Mack , grocer, Government street
Mahoney Mrs. P., private boarding, Broughton street
Maison db Sante Franchise—Dr. Powell, med. att. ; Steward :
J. Chauveau.
Maitre Mad., prov. store, cor. Johnson and Broad streets
Malatesta B., French bakery, Johnson street
Mallandaine Edwd., accountant and collector, Gov. St., res. Rae st.
Manetta P., provision store, Johnson street
Mann H. T., saddler, &c, Yates street, above Gov. street
Mann Wm., contractor, Rae street
Mansell H., bootmaker and aealer, Gov. st., E. side
Mansell H., fnrniture dealer, Yates street, near Douglas street
Manuel Geo.. Chatham street, N. side
Manuel \ at W. E, C. Seeley's
Marcotti H. & Papillen, farmers, S. Saanich
Marks Eli, jeweller, Government street
Marsh R. G., lessee Victoria Theatre, res. Yates street
Marsli W. P., Saloon, Yates street
Martin John, retail grocer, Humboldt street
Martin J., Esquimalt road 38
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
xt Custom-houge
Marvin Edgar, iron and hardware store, Wharf street
Marvin E. B., sailmaker, Wharf street, W. side
Matthews Ch. shoemaker, at Charity's,
Matthews T. JL, mess house, Government street
Mayer Alex., grocer and provision dealer, Nanaimo
Mayerant J. B., office of A, Casamayou
Maynard Rich., bootmaker and dealer, Fort street
Maynard Mrs., photographer, Johnson street
McHugh Henry, farmer and road Com. S. Saanich
McHugh Jas., do do
Mebius Charles, cooper, Church hill
Mechanics' Literary Institute—President.   Dr.   Ash ;   Vice-
Piesi lent, E. G.Alston; Librariae, Ed n d. Coleman ; Sec, Tbos. Allsop.
Medana Paolo, res. James Bay
Meeson W., farmer, Sooke harbor
Mercer George, trader, San Juan
Merriman Peter, farmer, Cedar hill
Meyer P., haircuttcr, <fcc, Government street, ne
Michaud P., milk raneh, Cedar hill road
Miles Walter, Saloon cor. Gov. and Fisguard streets
Miles Mrs. Eliz., res. Fort street
Millard Chas. & Beedy, merch. and com. agents, Wharf st.
Miliington W., bricklayer, Esquimalt
Mills Margaret, dressmaker, Government street
Mills Miss, school cor. View and Douglas streets
Mills Hulon, farmer, Saanich
Mills Duncan, farmer, Saanich
Mitchell H., & Johnston, seedsmen and florist. Yates street
Mitchell Henry, (See Mitchell & Johnston), res. Fort street
Mitchell J. L., house and sign painter, Yates street
Mitchell Geo., store R. H. Adams, Gov. street
Mitchell Thos., farmer, E. road, S. Saanich
Mitchell Fabian, dry goods store, Gov. st.,- res. View street
Monks Wm., cracker bakery, Johnson street
Monro Mrs., private boarding, Rae street
Moody Thos., lumber mills, Burrard Inlet
Moody H., ditto
Moody Joshua,        ditto
Moore & Co., chem. and drug. cor. Yates and Langley streets
Moore N., res. Pandora street
Mordaunt A. E. [See Bushell & Mordaunt)
Morning News Office—(Weekly paper), Prop, and Editor, Jas.
E. McMillan ; Compositors:  John  Collins,  Wm. Botyden; Carrier: John
Collins. »
Moriarty R. N., Capt., res. Fort street
Morley John, Stip. Mas:. & land recorder, res. Cowichan
Morris L., (See Wolff & Morris)
Morns John, cigar dealer, Johnson street
Morris J., messenger Barnard's Express
Morrison Geo ! Norris's drug store, cor. Fort and Gov. streets LIST of names.
39
Moss Charles, res. Fort street
Moss Wm., Gardener, Moss street
Moss James, Victoria
Moses Saml., tailor, &c. Government street
Mouatt Capt. W. A., chief tra. H. B. C, Fort Rupert, V. 1.
Muir senr. John, farmer and lumber dealer, Sooke harbor
Mnirjun. John ditto 'ditto
Muir Michael ditto ditto
Muirhead J., joiner, Yates street
Muuro Alex., accountant H. B. C.
Mull Isaac, farmer, Metchosin district
Murphy J., Saloon, Johnson street
Murray John, butcher, Store street
Murray Noah, baker, Fort street
Murray J., pressman British Colonist office
Myers Jas., Chemainus district
McCutchan, Port street'
McCulloch Capt.. res. James Bay
McCaffery , tinsmith, Fort street below Government street
McCoy Owen, a% " Metropolitan," Store street
McCreight J. P., barrister-at-law, Gov. st.. res. James Bay
McCrea Jas. A., auctioneer, Wharf street
McCrea W. H., clerk Custom-house, Gov. street
McCredy Mrs!, res. View street
McCredy W., store Edgar, Marvin
McDonald Mrs., Port street, above Quadra street
McDonald Miss, teacher ot music and organist. Fort st.
Cedar
miroaa
McDonald J . farmer,
McDonald W., farmer, S. Sartnich, W. road
McDonald James, farmer, Salt Spring Island
.McDonnell A. J., tailor. &c, cor Gov. and Broughton streets
McDougal W. & McXiffe, " The Grottc," Government street
McDougal  , cor. Pandora and Vancouver streets
McFadden James, farmer, Salt Spring Island
McFarlane R., store A. Gilmore. Yates street
McGreavy Mrs., res. Yates street, above Cook street
McKay J. W., H. B. C, Yale
McKay J. G., liquor dealer, City Councilman, Bastion street
McKeuzie Kenneth, farmer and navy contractor, road commis.,
Lake hill farm and Craigflower
McKeuzie jun. Kenneth, clerk Paymaster's office, Esquimalt
McKeuzie Geo., millman,'saw-mill R. Gilmore
McKenzie B., clerk Bank British North America
McKeon W., Oriental Hotel, Yates street
McMillan Jas. E.,Pro. and Ed. Morning News, res.
McLean Alex., Scotoh House, Fort street
McNeil W. H., Foul Bay road
McNiffe W. (See McDougal A McNiffe).
McTeigh John, drayman
McTiernan Patrick (See Hebbard & McTiernan)
Cormorant st. 40
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McTiernan baker, Johnson street
McWhinnie Wm., empl. A. Gilmore
McWhinnie, John,       ditto
Nagle J. R., shipping agent, Bastion street
Nagle H. H., gen. agent/ Government street, near Fort street
Nathan junr. & Co.,Henry, imp. and gen. com. inerch., Wharf st.
Ncedham Jos., chief-justice, V. I., res. adj. Gary Castle
Negree J., milk ranch, Cedar Hill
Nesbitt Samuel, cracker bakery, cor. Broad and Yates street
Neustadt Norton J., sec. S. R. Water Works, Fort street
Ncwbogger N., Johnson street
Newbury W., saddler, etc., Gov. st., Colonist building
Newton W. H., clerk H. B. 0.
Newton H., Victoria
Nicholl ■, Saloon Johnson street
Nicholles Dr., office Gov. St., res. Humboldt st.
Nicholson A. C, Wharf street
Nicholson J. N., storeman, Dickson, Campbell & Co.
Nicholson J. G. & Jos., farmers and contractors, Vic. & I
Nicol A. C, Vancouver Coal Co.
NOLTEMEIER F., boot and shoe store, Gov. St., near
Norn Samuel, farmer, Cedar Hill
Norton J. A., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Norton M..        ditto ditto
Norris John Gustavus, col. and gen. agent, cor. Bas. &
Norris J., tinsmith, at J. S. Drummoud's
Norris Geo., printer, Colonist office
ikedis.
Yates st.
Gov. sts.
O'Brien Dr., Victoria
O'Dwyer Mrs., Government street, Victoria
O'Dwyer John, ditto
Ogilvie Mrs., res. James Bay
Oldred H., Upholsterer, Yates street
Oliver H., rear of Union Saloon, Johnson street
Oliver Jas., empl. Pacific Telegraph Hotel
O'Neile J., " Great Eastern "
O'Reilly P., gold commis. and magis., res. Rock Bay road
^Otto H., bookbinder, res. Trounce alley
Owens, Rev. , missionary clergyman
Own Sing, washing, Ac., cor. Humboldt and Gordon streets
Pagdon Ch., barkeeper " Bee.hive Hotel "
Page H., Topaze avenue, Saanich road
Page W., farmer, N. Saanich
Page H., at store J. H. Turner A Co,
Palmer Digby, prof, of music and singing, Kane street
Papillon &Marcotti. farmers, cross road, S. Saanich
Pardoe C, bootmaker, Fort street
Parker, Saloon, res. Government street LIST  OF NAMES.
41
res. Cadboro
Parker John, farmer, Metchosin
Parker James, farmer, Esquimalt district
Parmiter W. H., Craigflower road
Partridge Thos. J., sexton, &c, St. John's Church
Passerard Honore, carpenter, Johnson street
Patterson A., late Cleal's Restaurant, Gov. street
Paine Fred., haircutter, &c, Johnson street
Paw^on John, " The Hall," Port street
Pearse Geo., farmer, Metchosin district
Pears W.       ditto ditto
Pearce J. S., farmer, N. Saanich
Pearse Benj. W., assist. Col. Sur., Capt. V. R. V.,
Bay road
Pearson A Bros. E., tinsmiths, Yale
Peatt Arthur, farmer, " Traveller's Exchange," Colwood Plains
Pecall W. H., saloon, Johnson street
Peel Adolphus, ranch, near Cook street
Pemberton Miss, Principal Angela College
Pemberton Aug. F., stip. mag., coroner, &c, res. Foul Bay road
Pemberton Hon. Jos. Despard, M. L. C, for Vic. dis., res. ditto
Perazzo P., grocer, Government st.
Petchzler Geo., cooper, Johnson street
Petchzler Mrs., retail grocer, &c, Johnson street, S. side
Petibeau Mrs., girls' school, Fort street, above Cook street
Pfluger Henry, fanner, Esquimalt district
Phelps Edward, honse-mover, View street
Phillips Ales., soda water, &c. manufac Fort st., res. Kane st.
Phillips James, larmer, road overseer, N. Saanich
Phillips R., Smith's Saloon, Johnson street
Pierce Ph., rear of Union Saloon, Johnson street
Pierre J. S., res. Pioneer street
Pike Wm., farmer, Lake district, W. road
Piper A. W., confectioner and coffee saloon, Government street
Pitts J. Horatio, Humboldt stree:
Pitts S. J., groceries, Port street, below Government street
Plummer junr. Robt.. road overseer, Victoria dis., res. James Bay
Pointer Nathan, Johnson street, above Blanchard street
Porter Arthur, brickmaker, Saanich road
Porter Robert, Aden farm. Lake
Portway W., farmer, N. Sainich
Pottinger W., gardener, <fec, Work's farm
Pottinger J., Cariboo Sentinel office, Cariboo
Powell Isaac W., M. D , offiice and res- Broughton street
Powell Robt. B., store of Moore & Co., Druggists
Power Robert, New Westminster
Power Robert, junr.,     ditto
Prevost C. C, office of W. S. S. Green, Government street
Pritchard Thos., res. cor. Cook and Meares streets
Pritchard Capt., New Westminster V. R.
Promis Geo., retail grocer, &c, Johnson street, W. side 42
FIRST • VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Quarles W., Eureka Music Hall, Government st., E. side
Quevero V., farmer, Cedar Hill
Quong Hang, washing, &c, Store street, E. side
Quong Sing, Sacramento restaurant, Waddingtou alley
Rabson Thos., retail trader, Esquimalt town
Ragazzoni G., coffee dealer, Johnson street, W. side
Raymur James A., merchant, res. James Bay
Read E., tailor, Government street
Reay W. A C. C, farmers and stock growers, N. Saanich
Redfern Charles E., watchmaker and jeweller. Gov. st.
Reece Rev. Wm.     icldon, M. A., Cowichan Miss.
Reid W., "White Horse Inn," Humboldt street
Reid W., farmer, N. Saanich
Reid D. B., bootmaker
Reid J., shoemaker, at R. Maynard's
Reinhart A Co., Simon, merchants, Wharf street
Reeve Rev. J. P., Episcopal Church, Fort Hope
Refazzo A., restaurant, Johnson street
Reynard Rev. J. A., The Cathedral, res. Humboldt street
Reynolds F. & Botterell, butchers and navy contractors, corner
Yates and Douglas streets
Rhodes Henry (See Janion, Rhodes A  Co ), S. I.  Consul, res.
Blanchard street
Richards II., res. Superior street, James Bay
Richards EL, proprietor, Topaze avenue
Richardson W., farmer, S. Saanich, E. road
Richardson W., farmer, Victoria arm
Richardson Geo., Victoria Hotel, Government street
Ricketts Sam., Cedar Mount farm; Lake district
Rickman A. (See Willson A Rickman)
Ridley Robert, res. Pandora street
Ridley Charles, rear of Johnson street
Ring D. Babington, barrister-at-law, Langley street
Ripper Philip, contractor. London hotel, Broad street
Rippon S., confectioner, Yates street, near Broad street
Rithett Robt. P., office of Sproat A Co., Store street
Roberts Timothy, drayman
Robertson Alex. R., barrister-at-law. Colonist building
Robertson J. R., liquor dealer, Johnson street
Robertson Geo., res. Richmond Est.
Robson Hon. W.. prop, and editor British Columbian. N. West.
Robson Rev. J., Wesleyan Miss., New Westminster
Robinson Alex., tailor, Government street, E. side
Hobinsou Geo., photagrapher, Theatre building
Robinson J., office J. R. Stewart & Co.
Robinson W. C. R., clerk, res. Fort street
Robinson W. H.. farmer, Salt Spring Island
Rode Jos., baker and general provision dealer, Store street
Rodgers W., Hudson Bay store LIST  OF  NAMES
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Rogers Jos., H. B. C. store
Roe Charles, rear of Johnson street
Rollins E., shoemaker, Johnson street
Roman Catholic Church—St.  Andrew's  Church :   Rt.  Rev.
Modeste Demers, Bishop of Vancouver  Island ; The Revs. Chas. Seghers
and" W. Moloney. Assist. Priests. St. Louis Church, Pandora street:
Roper W., 107-mile house, B. C.
Roscoe F. J. (See Fellows, Roscoe A Co.), res. Foul Bay road
Rose Alex. A Havelock, pro. and ed. B. C. Examiner, Yale
•Rossman Edmund, farmer, Albert Head, Metchosin
Ross Genevieve, Foul Bay road
Rossler C, trader, San Juan
Roth well J. A;, res. Esquimalt town
Rowbottom A. J. at D. Spencer's bookstore
Rowbo'tom Mrs.j View street
Rowland Matthias, farmer, Burnsido road
Rowland Samuel,        ditto ditto
Royster Mrs., Fort street
Rudolph II., working jeweller, Government street, E. side
Rueff Jules, commission merchant. &c, Wharf street
Russell John, road com., Esquimalt Board, res. Esquimalt road
Russell Thomas, retail grocer and provision dealer, Gov. st.
Rutherford A., steamer " Enterprise "
Ryan Mrs., McClure street
pring Island
Sadler John, farmer, E. road, Lake
Sam Hing, washing, &c, Government street, E. side
Sam Kee, tailor, Yates street, N. side
.Sam Hye,"baker and grocer, Cormorant street
Sampson He.nry, farmer and special constable, Salt £
Sampson W., drayman
San Chong, washing. Broad street
Sanders A., at Feillets. locksmith
Sandover Stephen (See Duck A Sandover)
Sandrie Geo., fruit dealer, Gov. st.. near Trounce alley
Sauers C. G., office Capt. Stamp, Mason's building
Savage R. W., carman. Yates street
Savage Wm., carman, Yates street
Sayers Mrs., res. Kane street
Say ward Wm. Parsons, lumber fnanuf. and deal., Wharf st-
Sayyea John, farmer, W. road, Lake
SCHULTZ HERMANN, bootmaker and dealer, cor. Gov. and
Yates streets
Scott John, res. Pioneer street
Scott W. A., farmer, Chemaiuus
Scully Wm., Moss street, Victoria district
Scully V.. store A. W. Piper
Seeley W. E. C, Australian House, James Bay bridge
Seelyc H. E., editor Cariboo Sentinel, Barkerville
Sejrhers Rev. C, St. Andrew's Church, Humboldt street
Sehl Jacob, furniture dealer, cor. Gov. and Broughton streets 44
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Sehl J. (See Loewen & Sehl)
Seitz Julius, furrier, Johnson street
Seres J. B., Richmond Hotel, Victoria district
SEYMOUR His Exc. Fred., C. B., Governor of Brit. Columbia
Seymour G. T., furniture dealer, Broad street
Shade David, carpenter, Fort street
Shell F., baker, New England bakery
Shakespeare Noah, operator Gentile's Photographic gallery
Shang Lee, washing, Johnson street
Sharp A. J., caulker, Pandora street
Shepherd J. Grant, manager Bk Brit. N. Am., res. Maplewood
Shiug Lee, washing, &c, Store street
Short Henry, gunsmith, &c, Gov. street, above Johnson street
Short, G. W, tinsmith, J. Dickson's store
Shotbolt Thos., druggist, Johnson street, near Gov. street
Siffken Bros. (W. A A. E.). com. merchants, Wharf street
Simple Robert, Esquimalt road
Simpson Capt., farmer. N. Saanich
Simpson Henry    ditto ditto
Simpson C. fruiterer, Johnson street
Simpson Jonathan, farmer, Esquimalt district
Sinclair W., clei k G. D., Clarke & Co.
Sisters of St. Ann, View street— Principal:  Sister Mary, of
J?rovidence.    They have an orphanage under their care.
Skinner T. J., farmer, Cowichan
Skinner Robert, Cowichan
Skinner Ernest, Cowichan
Skitch Thos., farmer, S. Saanich
Sloane Thos., farmer, S. Saanich
Sloman B., res. View street
Smith Philip, " Highland Mary " Saloon, Government street
Smith Wm., carpenter, Kane street
Smith R., baker, Johnson street
Smith W., milk ranch, adj. Foul Bay road
Smith W., builder, Kane street
Smith R. & Tyler, farmers, Yew Tree farm, Esquimalt
Smith C, trader, H. B. C, steamer Otter
Smith J., brewer, Lion brewery
Smith D., carpenter, Gordon street
Smith Jas., hop-grower, Humboldt street
Smith Moses Roe, baker, Johnson street
Smith Wm., millman, James Bay
Smith Josephine, washing, James Bay
Smithers W., Saanich road
Snider Wm., S. Saanich district
Solomon Bros., clothiers, Johnson street
Solomon Nathan, Indian store, Johnson street
Somerville  Rev. Thos.,   St. Andrew's   Presbytei
Broughton street, res. James Bay
Sopranis Ernest, drayman, Victoria
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Soulay W. A., Victoria .
Sparks J., paymaster R. N., Esquimalt
Sparrow A. M., agent Grouse Creek Plume Co., Cariboo
Sparrow Mrs , res. N. T>ark street
Speed Thos. W-, res. Esquimalt district
Spelde John, sexton to Cathedral, Quadra street
Spence Mrs , res. James Bay
Spence W.; tailor, Quadra street
Spencer D., bookseller, Government street
Spencer J., painter, Yates street, near Gov. stredt
Spotts Fielding, farmer, E. road, S. Saanich
Spratt Jos. A Kriemler, Albion Iron Works, Store street
Spring Capt. Tbos., schooner Surprise
Sproat A  Co., com. and assur. agents, &c.—Manager : M. T.
Johnston; Clerks: G. C. Wigham, R. P. Rithett, Sidney Franklin.
Stafford J. A Hickin, butchers, Queen's Market, Gov. street
Stamp Capt. E., Burrard Inlet lumber and spar  mills, office
Mason's building, Government street
Standi'sh M. G., mason, Yates street
Staples Matthew G., clerk Bank British North America
Steel H., office of Leneveu A Eckstein
Steel Peter, Saloon, back of Wharf street
Steel Mrs. L., Richmond Estate
Steel Mrs. Eliz., Cedar Hill
Stelly Geo., Johnson street
Stemmler E., upholsterer, Fort street
Stephens Edward, C. E., Langley and Kane streets
Stevens-John, farmer and road overseer, Half-way House, Lake
Stevens John, drayman, Victoria
Stock'ham Fred., Victoria
Stokes Rich., flyman, Kane street
St. Andrew's Society—Sir Jas. Douglas, K. C. B., Hon. Pres. ;
President, J. G. Shepherd ; Vice-Presidents, J R. Stewart and Jas. Lowe ;
Chaplain, Rev. Thos. Sooierville ; Physician, Jas. Trimble ; Treasurer, W.
F. Tolmie; Secretary, Jas. Burns ; Committee of Management, Thos. Lowe,
J. G. McKay, R. Wallace, A F. Alain, J. Straehan.
St. Lodis College—Under the Patronage   of  the Rt.   Rev.
Bishop Deraers—SuDerintendent, Very Rev. Jos. Mandart, V. G.; Teachers,
Revs. S. Kearney, L.' Haupts, J. Jonckau, Messrs R. L. Pearce, J, Lamotte.
St.  John's Choral Society—Chairman, Rev. F. B.  Gribell;
Treasurer, Co. te M. Chambers ; Secretary, W. Leigh, Town Clerk.
Stewart J. (See Wallace & Stewart)
Stewart Jas., firmer aud road overseer, Esquimalt district
Stewart J. Robertson, com. merch. and agent for the Assur. Cos.,
Wharf street
Strachau Jas., " Hiip Inn," Wharf street
Strong Arthur, contractor, Victoria
Stuart' G. J., brewer, Wharf street, res. Rae street
Sullivan, Jcs. D., compositor, Colonist office
Sullivan Humfray, H. B. C.
Sutro A Co., Gustav, cigar and tob. deal., cor. Yates A Wnarfsts. Hfinni
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Sutro Emil. (See Sutro A Co.)
Sutro Adolph. (See Sutro & Co.
Swanson John, Capt. steamer Enterprise, res. James Buy
Sylvester Frank, store H. M. Cohen
SAN JUAN NAMES, not given before:.
Garrison
in Garrison
Allan Major, Amerioan Garrison
Beagon J., Faimer ■
Bowker J S., trader
Boyce J. C , farmer
Brown M., farnfer
Brown Sergt., American Garrison
Burrows Lieut., Br. Capt., Am. Ga
Butler W., boatman
Chartres J , clerk
Chartres R., clerk
Comayon C, boatman
Cooper J., farmer
Courvett, P., farmer
Delacombe Capt,, Brit.
Delainee Sergt., Ameri 	
Dissette J. W., Telegraph Operato
Falerdo S., farmer
Finh B.,        ditto
Fleming J.,    ditto
Follantine, T., -contractor
Fraser W., farmer
Fraser J.,     ditto
Fuller Saml., carpenter
Gray Capt., American Garrison
Hanbury Dr., Brit. Garrison
Hankinson Jas., farmer
Hannah R., farmer
Hauffmeister, A., tiader
Hibbard A., limeburner
Humphrey W., Am. Garrison
Inman Lieut-, Brit. Ganison
Kady J , farmer
Kellog S., Carpenter
Lamplugh D., farmer
Little J., farmer
Lawson Peler, farmer
Lux Lieut., Am. Garrison
Madden D., farmer
Madden C, farmer
Mercer Geo., trader
Montgomery J., farmer
Montgomery J., farmer
Moore D., farmer
Morris J., farmer
McCarthy J., farmer
McDonald A., farmer
McGarey , faimer
McKenzie D-, farmer
McMillan D., messenger
Nelson P., farmer
Nicol J , farmer
C'Dwyer H., farmer
Pascaro U., farmer
Peterson S., farmer
Pullen Sergt., Am. Garrison
Sandwith J., farmer
Shampo B., farmer
Simple D., Ara. Garrison
Smith Capi. W.
Taylor J., farmer
Terl T., farmer
Tod junr. John, trader
Thornton Jas., farmer
Thornton A., farmer
Walker G., farmer
Weir H. D., farmer
Wylly, B., farmer
Tait John, clerk H. B.
Tapson W., carpenter,
Taylor J. C, ex polic<
C., Sirailkameen
empl. T. Storey
... T,     ,„.       e constable, res.'Quadra street
I eague John, (See Swigert & Teas
Tcnniel Chas., Victoria
Thain Jas. Neaton, merchant, res. Vic
Uiain Murray, sailor, res. Humbol
iain H. W., drayman
uard stree
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ictoria
It street
district
T
I'hain Capt. John, res. I
Theakstonc A., Victoria
Theobald Thos., clerk H. B. C. store
Thomas Eugene, liquor dealer, Yates street
Thomas Edwd. R., '• Beehive Hotel-," cor. B
Thomas T., laborer, N. Saanich
Thomas Harman, Lcec
Thomson C. W. Ri
road and Gov. sts.
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n
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River
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Thomson Geo., Vancouver bakery, Fort st., res. Rock Bay
Thomson .W., farmer and road overseer, Cross road, S. Saanich
Thomson Mrs. M. D., dressmaker, Fort street
Thomson Alex., Sooke
Thorne Jas., engineer
Thorne Cornelius, clerk H. B. C, res. Meares street
Thornhill Jas., res. James Bay
Thrope Geo., farmer, Sooke district
Tiedeman Hermann Otto, arch, and civil eng., res. James Bay
Timmermann J. B., land agent, &c, Fort street
Tissette Pierre, grocer, Johnson street, treas. French Society
Titcombe J. L., pilot, res. rear Langley's drug store
Tod John, farmer, Oak Bay. Victoria district
Tod John, trader, San Juan
Tod Jas., farmer, Cedar Hill
Toleson Bros. (Seth & W. B.), tailors and cleaners, Fort street
Tolmie Dr. Wm. Fraser, chief fac. H. B. C, res. Cloverdale
Tomlinson Rev, Robt., Church Mission, Naas
Tong Hang, washing;, &c, Trounce alley
fothill Henry, farmer, Cedar Hill
Towne A Bunster, farmers, N. Saanich
Townsend W. B., butcher, res. Kane street
Townsend Alfred Allatt, & Giffen, Brit. Col. Hotel, res. View st.
Trahev Jas., ship builder, res. Indian reserve
Travis Aug., drayman, Yates street
Trimble Jas., M. D., Mayor, res. Broad street
Trounce Thps., contractor and builder, res. James Bay
Truran Edwd., supr. of chain gang, Police barracks
Trutch Hon. Jos. W., com. lands and works, New Westminster
Trutcb John, contractor, New Westminster
Tugwell Thos., Half-way house, Esquimalt road
Tuon Hang,.washing, &c , Trounce alley, W.'Side
Turgoose W., farmer, S. Saanich, cor. E. and Cross roads
Turner A., bootmaker, Gov. street,.E. side
Turner John H., London House, Government street
Turner Fred., farmer, Sooke district
Turner David, surgeon to the Caledonia Society, Johnson street
Turn Verein Victoria,  (Gymnasium)  founded June,  1863.—
President, H. F. Heisterman; Vice-President, R. Lowenberg; Treasurer,
Geo. Mitchell; Secretary, W. W. Francis; Zengwart, E. McQuade;
Turnwart, C. Dechant; Onaman, E. Stemmler.
Tuzo H. A., chief trader H. B. C, res. Park road
Tye T. H. (See Fellows, Roscoe A Co.), re?. Ross Bay
Ty Soong A Co., merchants, Cormorant street
Ty Shing, wood and charcoal dealer, Cormorant street
Tyler J., at Henley's Hotel, Clover Point
Valentine J., furniture dealer, Store street
Van Almon J. C, farmer, Victoria district
Veitch W., farmer and contractor, Victoria A
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Verdrier Alphonse, farmer, S. Saanich, W. road
Verdrier Stephen,       ditto ditto
Vereydhen Charles, builder and contractor, Victoria
Victoria Gas Company—Chairman, J. J. Southgate; Vice-Pres.
and Tieas., E, Grancini; Sec, C. W. R. Thomson.
Vieupseux Chas. Edwd.. boys' school, James Bay
Vigelius L. & Becker, St. Nicholas hair-cutting Saloon, Gov. st.
Vine Edwd., farmer, Peddar Bay
Vinter James Gordon, Lieut, and Adj. V. R. C, res. Esq. rd.
Vogel A., brewer, Victoria.
Vancouver Lodge, No.  421—M.  W. Waitt. W. M.;   E.  C.
Holden,  Dep.  M.; T. S. Allatt.  Sub.   M.; S.  Duck, S. U.;   F. H. Lamb,
J. W.; H. E. Seelye, Sec: F.  Weissenburger, Treas.; P. J. Hall, Tj
er;
M.
Jos.
Rev. T. Somerville, Ghaplain.
Victoria Lodge,   No. 783—I. F. McCreight, W.
Blackbourne, S. W.; J. W. Trahey, J.  W.; G. Brown, Treas.; W. Leigh,
Sec; Chaplain, ; S.   L. Kelly, S. D. ; J.   G.  McKay, J. D.;   R.
Plummer, D. C; P. Medana, Organist; J. Ragazzoni,  J.  G.; J. N. Thain,
Tyler.
Victoria  Lodge,  No.   1.  I.  0.  0.  F.—J.   S.   Drummond,
D. D. G. M. ; Chas. Goweu, N. G.; J. P. Davies, V. G. ; Josh. Davies, R. S.;
Jas. Gillon, P. S.; Robt. Lettuce, Treasurer; Rev. T. Somerville, Chaplain.
Victoria Police and Gaol Department—Stipendiary Magistrate, County Contt Judge, Coroner and Head of Police and Gaol
Department, A. F. Pemberton ; Clerk of Magistrate, H. B. Gaerra; Acting
Insr>. and Seret., W. Bowden ; Constables, Warders and Guards, R.
McMillan, T. Cudlip, P. Woollacott, J. McBride, R. White, J. McCarthy, J.
Hutchinson, J. R Kennedy, J. Haughton, D. Rappitt, Supt. of Convicts, E.
Truran.
Volunteer Rifle Corps, Victoria—Capt. Commanding, B. W.
Pearse; Lieut. J. Moorhead:  Ensign F. J. Roscoe; Adj. and Lieut. J. G.
Vinter; Paymaster and Lieut. J, H. Turner; Color Sergt. J. G. Norris.
Waddington Alfred, res. cor. Douglas and Fort streets
Wadham Mrs., res. Rae street
Wain Henry, farmer and road overseer, N. Saanich
Waitt Hfr W., seed and feed merchant. Wharf street
Waitt<J. W., store T. X. Hibben A Co.
Wakeman Plowden, Paymaster's office R. N., Esquimalt
Wale William, farmer, Lake district
Walkom Geo. A., barrister-at-law, Mason's bnilding
Walker, Hobson P., barrister-at-law, office and res. Broad street
Wallace Robt., & Stewart J., seed and feed merchants, Wharf st.
Wallace Mrs. A., res. Rock Bay
Wallace C. W., empl. H. B. C, Fort Rupert
Walhce Mich., res. Rock Bay
Waller Henry, fruiterer, Fort street
Walls Mrs. Lucy Eliz., dressmaker, Fort st., above Douglas st.
Walsh Peter, Bridge Tavern, Douglas street
Ward Wm. Curtis, manager Bk. Brit. Col., res. Fort street
Wark John M., chief trader, H. B. C, res. Bastion street
Waterman Fred. J., Printer, Colonist office
Waters Hulon, res. James Bay
Watson Alex., insp. Bk. Brit. Col., res. Fort street LIST OF NAMES.
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Watson Edward, jeweller, &c, Government street
Watson Adam, iron-founder
Webber John, farmer, N. Saanich
Webster John A., New Westminster
Webster W. C, tanner, Rock Bay
Webster Mrs., res. View street
Weiler John, upholsterer, Fort street, above Broad street
Weims Hiram, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Weissenburger F., land agent, Government street, E, side
Weir Robt., farmer, Gordon bush, Metchosin
Weir John,   ditto ditto
Weir Wm.,    ditto ditto
Weir Adam, ditto ditto
Weir Hugh Jas. ditto ditto
Welcker W. T. (See Carr A Welcker)
Wells Mich., contractor, Courtenay street
Wesfc-W., farmer, end of Sooke harbor
Westgarth Thos., inspect, of steamers, &c, res. View street
Westwood W. F., farmer,Nanaimo district
Whear Robt. P., tailor, Fort street, above Douglas street
White H. (See Young & White)
White Jas., farmer, W. road Lake
Whitley Stephen, laundry, Douglas street
Widdowson F., clerk, Dallas road, James Bay
Wigham G. C, office Sproat & Co., Store street
Wilcox Jas., at Royal Hotel, Wharf street
Wilde Chas., Custom-house, Government street, res. James Bay
Wilkie &.Co. John, merchants, Wharf street, E. side
William* Robt., M. A., res. View street
Williams J. W., livery stable, Gov. and Johnson streets
Williams W., farmer, Lake district
Williams John, farmer, Lake district
Williams Edmonds, farmer, Lake district
Williams Charles, farmer, Mint valley, Metchosin
Williams R. T., store T. N. Eibben A Co.
Williamson Mrs., milliner, &c, Fort street
Wilson Jno, liquor dealer, cor. Humboldt and Gov. streets
Wilson W., clothier, Gov. street, res. Park road
Wilson Jos., store of W. Wilson
Wilson & Co., Thos., dry goods, Mason's building, Gov. street
Wilson Wm., store of T. Wilson A Co.
Wilson R. H., baker, Victoria
Wilson Thos., carpenter, Princess avenue, Saanich road
Wilson A. A W., plumbers, &c, Fort street
Wilson Mrs., Fort street
Wilson J., drayman, H. B. C. wharf
Wilson Mrs., View street
Willson A Rickman, retail grocers, cor. Fort and Douglas sts.
Witty John, farmers, Metchosin
Wolff Lewis A Morris, clothiers, Yates street 50
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Wood T. L., Crown'soiicitor, Government street, W. side
Wood Virtue, Government street
Wood E., barkeeper, Market Exchange
Wood W. E., res. Johnson street
Woods Rev. C. T., M. A., Princ. Collegiate School, evening
lecturer St. John's, res. Vancouver street
Woods Rich., Reg. Supreme Court, res.Garbally house, V. Arm
Woollacott Philip, constable, Bastion street
Wootton Henry, postmaster, res. Rae street
Worcester H., jobber, cor. Fort and Quadra streets
Work David, clerk H. B. C.
Work John S., empl. H. B. C.
Work Mrs, Hillside farm
Wren Chas., butcher, res. Foul Bay road
Wrigglesworth Jos-, larmer, Saanich district
Wrigglesworth Mrs., res. Fort street
Wright Capt. T., steamer Diana, res. Mrs. Bowman's
■ Wright Gustavus Blinn, res. Mrs. Bowman's
Wright E., res. Pioneer street
Wylly C. G., land agent, Government street, E. side
Wysham Geo. M., teamster, res. James Bay.
Yale, J. M., W. road. Lake district and Victoria district
Yan Lew Dr., Cormorant street
Yan Sang, woodman, Cormorant street
Yardley J. H., res. Rae street
Yates W., H. B. C, Fort Hope, in charge
Yates Jas., The Gcrge, Victoria
Yah Sam, Cormorant street
York Jos., Oakland Estate
Young Hon. W. A. G., Col. Sec, res. James Bay
Young Judson, A-sst-ASec, James Bay   J0£c& 4?
Young Chas. Bedford, merchant, Johnson street
Young Chas. Newton, Asst. Mast.
Young Mrs. C. N., teacher at Angela College
Young Alex., teamster, Kavanagh's wharf
Young Harrison, clerk, Stuart's, Lake, H. B.C.
Zinke, Mrs., ladies' furniture store, Yates street, above Gov. st.
ERRATA..
For Avons B., " The Willows," read Avons, " Oakland Hotel "
— Bawden A., above Cook st., read near Harris' pond
— Doran W., read Doran J., S. Park street
— Dorman J., miner, read Dorman J., caulker
Flewin Thos., porter at P. M. Backus, read porter at G.
Sutro A Co. SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
51
For Elliott Mrs., above Cook street, read Elliott Mrs. Hannah
Chatham street
— Fiterre Pierre—See farther on
— Jenkinson & Clark, carpenters, read Jenkinson & Hayward
— Lyne H.) carriers for  Colonist office, res. Fort street, read
— Lyne A. j res. Frederick and Quadra streets
— Papillon & Marcotti, farmers, read Papajou & Marcore
Robson Rev. E., inserted in errer
Robertson A. R.,    ditto    ditto
J. P. DAVIES A CO.—Would call attention to their Large
Maps of Victoria and Suburban Property ; and Esquimalt
and Surrounding Property.—See Page 22.
R. P. WHEAR—Outfitter, has Cloths, Hats, Caps  and Shirts
of all Varieties—See Page 2o.
H. MANSELL-tfee H. Mansell, advertisement, Page 9.
SUPPLEMENTAL LIST OF NAMES,
Allard 0., H. B. C, Fort Langley
Anthon L., sec. Heb. ben. Soc, View street
Anthony J. M., tobacconist, Yates street, res. View street
Apples Wm., joiner, James Bay
Arnold Mrs., View street
Askew S., Rae street
Augur. J oshua, with Augur Nicholas
Ah Choo, oysterman, Store street
Ah Chow, cook, Cormorant street
Ah How, lodging keeper, Cormorant street
Ah Lee, gardener, Government street
Ah Ling, res. Government street
Ah Lunn, pedlar, Government street   •
Ah Pal, woodman, Cormorant street
Ah Pow, wood dealer, Humboldt street
Ah Quong, store; Cormorant street
Ah Yong, laborer, Cormorant street
Ah Sam, wood dealer, Johnson street
Ah Tong, laborer, Johnson street
Ah Wang, store, Cormorant street
Ah Yeh, store, Cormorant street 52
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Ah Yung, pig-feeder, Store street
Am Lunu, woodman, Fisguard street
Amateur Dramatic Club—President, R. Burnaby ; Treasurer,
B. P. Griffin; bee, M.Wallace; Managing Committee, L. Franklin, J. C.
Callingham, Godfrey Brown, C. Clarke, A. Keast. Tbis Association
was formed for the promotion of the drama, and the giving of histrionic
entertainments. Its members have never been appealed to in vain for aid
in any charitable object.
Anglican Church in British Columbia—Victoria:  the Cath-
edr.il, officiating : The Right Rev. the Bishop of Columbia, the Very Rev.
Dean Cridge, B. A., Rev. J. A. Reynard ; at St. John's. Rev. F. B. Gribbell,
Rev. C. T. Woods, M, A. ; Indian Mission, the Bev. J. K. Wakeman.
Cowichan, the Rev. W S. Recce, M. A.; Esquimalt, St. Paul's, the Rev. A.
C. Garrett, M. A.; Nanaimo, St. Paul's, the Rev. P. Jnnns. New Westminster, Holy Trinity Church, Rev. W. E. Hayman ; St. Mary's, Sapperton,
Rev. J. C. C. B. Cave ; Lytton, the Rev. J. B. Good ; Nass, the Rev. Li. Tom-
linson ; Missionaiies and Teachers to Indtans: Metahkathla, Mr. W. Duncan ; Yale, Mr. D. Holmes; Cowichan, Mr. W. H. Lomas; Victoria, Mr. II.
Guillod.
Baker Mrs. C, dressmaker, Douglas street
Baldwin J., general store, Cormorant street
Baldwin Mrs., res. Fisguard street
Ball Thomas, rear of Dunlop's stables
Balls Geo., res. Humboldt street
Barrow Don. Fraser. cabinet maker, Mearcs street
Bath W., miner, Dallas road' James Bay
Baudo Mine., French laundry, Fisguard street
Baxter B., blacksmith, Cormorant street
Beadon R., " Mountaineer" Saloon, Store street
Beau champ Jos., blacksmith, James Bay
Beckworh, H., res. Esquimalt district
Benuekt Fred., master mason. Fisguard street
Ressellen C. K., shoemaker, Government street
Black P. L., painter, Douglas street
Boardman Geo., miner, MoClure street
Bouillet P., store of P. Coruiniei-e, Yates street
Bowden W., compositor, Morning News office
Boyd S., pattern maker, Victoria
Bramwell P., machin., Kane street
Branch §| miner, View street
Brown J., res. Yates street
Buie Mrs. Thos., res. Johnson street
Burrell Jas., empl. A. Bunster
Butler C, school teacher, Saanich
Butler Donald, shoemaker, Government street
Cadell Phil., View street
Campbell Geo., general store, Fisguard street
Carney Ford, miner, Pioneer street
Carrington Thos., cabinet maker, N. Park street
Carter Paris, porter at P. M. Backus
Chin Wing, Dr., Cormorant street SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.                                           53
Chute Thos., minor, View street
Charles T., H. B. C, Fraser's Lake station
Clarke W., carpenter, Yates street
Clarke Geo., eugineer, Kane street
Clarke Thos., res. Langley street
Cogan H., farmer, Burnside road
Conesa Manuel, general produce store, Johnson street
Constantine, carpenter, Fort street
Cox Wm. H., ranch with A. Peel
Cox, Mrs., res. Cormorant and Blanchard streets
Cox E., res. Cook street
Craig Aug. J., res. Collingwood street
Cricklow Thos., Johnson street
Cndlip Thos., warden, Police barracks, James Bay
Caledonia Society—President, J. K. Suter ; Vice-Presidents,
Thos. Russell and John Robinson ; Treasurer, John Smith ; Secretary. John
D. Millar); Chaplain, Rev. T. Somerville; Physicians, Dr Comrie, R. N. and
Dr. Turner.
Columbia Lodge—Thos.  Harris, W. M.; A, F. Main. S. W.;
H. Nathan, junr., J. W.; P. Medana, Treasurer ; A.  Theakston, Secretary;
Eli. Harrison, S. D.; Geo. Creighton, J. D.; Inno. Ragazzoni, J. G.; J. N.
Thain, Tyler.
Columbia Royal Arch.   Chapter, No. 120—Supreme   Grand
Roval Arch. Chanter of Scotland : M.  E., Dr. J. W. Powell, 1st Principal;
M.Jp  Robert   Bnrnaby,  2nd do; M. E., T. S. Allatt,  3rd  do; E., N.J.
Neustadt. iScribe E  ; E.,   W.  H.  Thain,  Scribe  N.; E.,   Fredk. Williams,
Treas.; E.. John  E. Hunt,   1st  Sojourner; E., Jas. Blackbourne, 2nd do ;
E . Henry Nathan, 3rd do.; Corap., Geoige Creighton, Janitor.
CO MUX NAMES, all farmers.
Brown A.
Fitzgerald J.
McBratney J.
Baily^J.
Ford G.
McCord W.
Bridges C.
Gordon D. W.
McCutcheon J.
Bursage C. R.
Green C.
McFarland S.
Carwithiu C. J.
Gunderson J.
McNish J.
Clark J.
King J.
Ritchie R.
Coulter C.
Mac'bin W,
Robb J.
Drabble P.
Marwick J.
Rogers A.
Drake J.
Maude H.
Ross H. M.
Duncan W.
Moore P.
Thomas R.
Fletcher C.
Murphy P.
Thompson J.
Finlay T.
Musters W. C.
Wilson J.
COWICHAN NAMES, all farmers, Cowichan Proper.
Bale Jas.
Chisholm W.
Richardson R.
Brooks T.
Dabson B.
Rondelet P.
Brenn P.
Harris Sara.
Shaw T. B.
Brennan P.
Lennox Thos.
Three Sisters of St.
Botterell M.
Marshall Thos.
Ann's Convent
Cregan C, store
Marriner E.
Smith Thos.
Clean Jno.
Marriner H.
Wisdom Thos.
Campbell D.
Mahony T.
Williams Thos.
Carswell Jas., store
Pattison W. 54
SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
Quamichan.
Alexander D.
Alvre |i
Clementson W.
Carver T.
Crate A.
Duncan W.
Fleming T.
Humphrey T.
King T.
Lindsay D.
Marns W.
Offilvie T.
Reece Rev. W. S.
Sinclair J.
Todd
Tuckwell T.
Weir T.
Wins T.
SOMENOS.
Bell W.
Blackie R.
Caldwell Chas.
Drinkwater W.
Drinkwater T.
Kiers J.
Inwood J.
Lewis W.
London J.
Lomax W. H.
Nicol Thos.
Potter Thos.
Smith W.
Sollett Jas.
Comiaken.
Beaumont Wm.
Bedwell Sam.
Campbell R.
Dring Wm.
Drummond H.
French John
Flett J.
Furniss, Geo.
Leask J. C.
Lowe Jas.
Morley John
Miller Robt.
Miller John
Morton C.
Richards T.
Rennall R.
Skinner T. J.
Skinner Robt.
Skinner Ernest J.
Stonier Wm.
Spence Thos.
Williams John
Williams T.
Williams W.
Windsor Thos.
bHAWNIGAN.
Gabois J.
Lennard A.
Maulev W.
Pembery Jos.
Pemberv W.
Sbepperd S.
Sherrinsr W.
Dall R., cabinet maker, N. Park street
Davis Rosina, washing, Quebec street
Davis Catherine, washing, Quebec street
Daw Rich., miner, View street
Dawson Geo., painter, Fort street
Devereux Mrs., Collinson street
Dickson J., res. Johnson street
Dixie John, empl, Mrs. HounslOw
Donnell C. J., Roman Catholic Church
Doran Philip, laborer
Dougall J., mech., Blanchard street
Dougall J., moulder, Albion Iron Works
Doughty Geo., empl. Geo. Thomson, baker   .
Down Sam., sailor, Yates street
Paries Mrs., res. Rae street
Edgeson B.. empl. R. E. Jackson, Richardson street SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
Elder Jas W, carpenter, Fort street
Ennor Jos., miuer, Chatham street
Evans W. mechanic, View street
Evans H., res. Cormorant street
Evans E., res. ditto
E\ans B., " The Willows," Cadboro Bay road
ESQUIMALT NAMES, not given before:
Armstrong W.
Arthur D., publican
Arthur A.        ditto
Bevis A. H., lighthouse keeper
Bellamy D., M. D.
Brayfield (J., farmer
Brookman W., clerk Navy Yard
Cook Margaret, washing
Coker Thos.
Dobbin T. S., clerk Navy Yard
Dodds Thos., cooper
Downe B., clerk Navy Yard
~Eden Jos., boatman
Fisher W., engineer
Foster Geo. F.
Garrett Rev. A. C, Rector St. Paul's
Gibbs W., washing
Gray Jos., laborer
Green C.T., publican
Green A. R.. expressman
How Thomas, cook
Howard J   T., puhhcan
Hunter P.
Kelly John, steward
Keen W., farmer
Michaels E.
Moors F., barkeeper
Muug Sing, washing
McCautlisb, barkeeper
McCausland, carpenter
McCormack W., waterman
McDonald R., farmer
McKirman J., waterman
Mc.Kenzie Jno. K., clerk Navy Yard
Napier Chas., Esquimalt road
Nicholes W., carpenter
O'Brien J., farmer
Perry R. C, Admir. Sec.
Rabson Thos., store keeper
Rothwell W., land owner   .
Ruford Matthias, laborer
Scarf Geo., boatman
Selleck W., wharfinger
Stevens T-, steward
Stockeni W. N., store
Taite Jas., clerk, in store
Taite J. F., waterman
Thomson J. B., publicnn .
Wakeraan Plowden, clerk, Navy yd.
Waterhouse Thos., machinist
Welles Geo,, clerk Navy Yard
Wilby E., Expressman
Williams F., publicaa
Williams P.
Wittington F., farmer and laborer
Fnrnhill R., laborer, Superior street
Fisher J. B., clerk Bank British Columbia
Fiterre Pierre (See Grellcy A Fiterre), res. Cormorant street
Ford W. S., steward, Pandora street
Fowler A., boiler maker, Albion Iron Works
Flett John, cooper, H. B. C.
Frain Capt, steamers Fly and Emily Harris
Freer J., res. Johnson street ,
Gant Mrs., res. Pioneer street
Gardiner Capt. John A., Labouchere str<
George Sam., sailor, labouchere street
Gibson Jas-, brewer, at A. Bunster's
Glide H., drayman, Fisguard street
Glover A. D., empl. A. Bunster
Gclliboro Mrs., farmer, Burnside road
Goss J., clerk, Yates street
Gosnell Jos., grocer, Douglas street
Gosner J., carpenter, Spratt & Kriemler 56
SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
Graham Jas. 0., clerk H. B. C.
Grahamslaw J., carpenter, Yates street
Gray Mrs., res. Johnson street
Greenslade J., farmer, Burnside road
Greenwood J. barkeeper
Groves S. H., miner, Yates street
Guerra H. B., clerk Police Court
Hah Choo, fish curer, Cormorant street
Hales John, coppersmith, Michigan street
Hallett S., laborer, James Bay
Hamilton G., H. B. C. station. Fort Babir.es
Hartmel Adolph., cook, Col. restaurant
Harris John, butcher, at Reynold's
Harrison W., empl. Geo-. Pearfce's
Harrison W., foreman of S. R. W. Works Co., res. View street
Haitnagel A., libr. Germ. Gesang Verein
Harvey Geo., steward, the Uplands farmer, Victoria district
Ha ugh ton J., guard, Police barracks
Haupts Rev. pbn, teacher St. Louis College
Hawkins G,. at Henley's, Clover Point
Hawkins Edwd., laborer, James Bay
He Ching, Store st.eet
Henderson J., Telegraph operator, Gov. street
Henley H. hotel. Clover Point
Hills Rt, Rev. Geo., D. D.. Bishop of Columbia, res. Church res.
Hilton John, res. Yates street
Holloway Robt., pro. Cariboo Sentinel, Barkervillo
Holmes Peter, carpenter, Laurel Point
Holmes Alex., butcher, Store street
Horth Robt., store H. B. C.
Hounslow Mrs., View street
Horrell H., painter, Quadra street
Hutcheson Jas., clerk, J. P. Davies A Co.
Hutchinson J., guard, Police barracks
Hunt Geo., blacksmith, Cormorant street
Irvine Geo., Esquimalt district
at J. W. Williams' st!
Jack Geo., foreman H. B. C.
Jackson J., ostler
Jacobs John J., pro. St. George hotel, View street
James David, res. St. George Hotel
Jedd Chcs., tailor, Yates street
Jeffrey W., mason, Quadra street
Jeuman Miss, nurse, cor. Rae and Blanchard s
Jonckau Rev. Jas., teacher St. Louis College
Johnson L., Mount Ararat Hotel, Leech
Johnston Jas., watchman, Fort street
Jones B , machinist, Albion Iron Works
river
reets SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
Jaques J.,    ditto ditto
Jot Lee, washing, Johuson street
Jutson Jos., Esquimalt
Kelly Jas., Saloon, Wharf street
Kennedy J, R„ Police constable, the barracks
Kim V/ah, washing, Johnson street
King John, dairyman, James Bay
Kirk Capt., res. Fort street
Lamotte J., teacher St. Louis College
Landalc C. J., C. E. and mining eng., Esquimalt
Lang John, Quebec street
Laumeistcr F.
Lavender Jackson, laborer, Burnside road
Lavender Joseph, Burnside
Lawson W., res. Fort street
Lee Yo. pig-feeder, Cormorant street
Lewis F., teamster, Victoria
Lin Yoo, fisherman, Cormorant street
Lipperraan Geo., California Saloon, Johnson street
Long Thos., Holmes (See Higgins A Long)
Longhurst S., Saloon, Fort street
Lunjr Khee, washing, Store street
Madden J., deleg. Fire depart.
Mady Jas., pro. Market Exchange, Fort street
Mahomet Assam, general store, Fisguard street
Mahoney Rev. W., Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt street
Man Go, store, Fisguard street
Mandart Very Rev. V. G., supr. St. Louis College
Manson \Y., H. B. C, Fort Simpsou
Marwick David, farmer, the Uplands
Marshall Ben., barkeeper, The Hall
Mason Geo., barkeeper, Bailey's
Matthews J., res. Goldstream
Matthews H.,       ditto
Matthews J. D., teamster, Quadra street
Melrose Robt., farmer and contractor, Victoria Arm
Merle J., empl. Caire & Grancini
Miller Mrs., res. Government street
Millington H., bu,tcher, Fort street
Milton H., empl. R. E."Jackson
Minnie F., White Horse Saloon, Humboldt street
Moore Miss, Pandora street
Mulholland F., res. Fort street
Murray Jas., pressman, Colonist office
Myers EL, handcart, Cormorant street
McBride J., Police off., res. Pandora street
McCarthy J., guard, Police barracks . 58
SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
McDonald A., H. B. C. station, Forts Shepherd and Colville
McGregor T., res. Blanchard street
McHardy W., carpenter, Amelia street
McKay Donald, clerk H. B. C.
McKay W., plasterer, Cormorant street
McKeuzie F., H. B. C. station, McLeod's Lake
McKinnon J., Laing's ship yard
McMillan D., empl. Spratt A Kriemler
McMillan R., Police constable, the barracks
W
J., Master M.
Nunn G., res. Johnson street
Nanaimo Lodge, No. 1090, E. R.--W.  Clarke,
Phillips, S. W. ; John Brown. J W.; H. W. Alexander, Sec.:
Treas.; Edward Wilson, S   D. ; Chas. Allporf, J. D.; A. Fenny, J
Sabiston,  Tvler; W.  If.  Franklyn. P.M.; Dan.  Pedder, R. N.,
Master M.; E Beverley Bogg, R. N., P. S
NANAIMO NAMES :
/    Gr.mtbam John
George R.
Il.-islom Richard
I    Hirst John
'   I    Hume Peter
Jarvie Alex.
Kelso Wm.
M.; W. H.
W. U. Phillips,
: John
s. w..
Allen
Beviloksy Jos.
Cartw right
Cooper H.
Duasmu ir Roht.
Gorge Edward
Franklyn Wm. H.
Langstay Job,
Malcolm
Malowanski M.
McGratb Jos.
Nicol K.
Spalding W. R.
J3@* SEE  FARTHER ON
NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES
Ainsley A., pilot stmr  Ltllooet.
Allan J. H., City bakery
Armstiong W.J, provision mtrch
AshweiiG. R., general dealer
Baptiste J, hairdresser
BerKelev W. C. Treasury
"Black Dr. A. W. S., M R. C. S.
Brew Totnkins, constable
Bonson L., carpenter
Brown E , Liverpool Arms
Bushby A. T., legist. S  C.
Butler R.. printing office
Cafferty Mrs. E.. general store
Cafferty N., Saloon
Calder Alex., clerk in Treasury
Calder John, hardware
Cave Rev. J. C. B , Sipperton
Chute J. S., dry goods
Clarkson  W.,  mercb., New West. I
bouse
Clarkson G. C, bookseller
Claudet F. G, chief assayer, Gov.
assay.
Connell John, clerk Col. Sec. Off.
Crease II. P, P , Attorney General
Cunningham Bros., hardware, &c.
Dean R. \V., contractor
Dickenson Bros., butchers
Dimz Fred.. Moody's mill
Edmonds H V , auct. & land agent,
deputy sheriff
Eickhoff F., groc. & gen. deal.
Westwood W.
FOR REMAINDER.
Ellard Jas., grocer
Elwyn Tho?., slip, raag^., M. L. C.
Ferris W. P , dr.iyman
Finliiison C. S., clerk in Custom ho.
Fisher Wm., at H  Holbrook's
Fitzgerald J., hairdresser
Fleming J. R., C ipt. stmr Lillooet
Franklin Jul., barber
Franklin VV„ Printing office
German Peter, Custom-house off.
Good Chas., Asst. Col. Sec.
Graham John, clerk in Treasury-
Gray Alex. B., dry goods
Grt-lley & Arnaud, C lonial hotel
H imley Wymond, coll, of customs
Hayman Rev. W.E., Holy Trin. Ch.
Hayues Geo., supr.
Hicks P., grocer and baker
Hitchcock W., raelter at Assay aff.
Hockin 0. M., hotel, Burrard Inlet
Holbrook H., merchant
Holmes J. R.,'Audit officei
Hooper J., at A. B. Gray's
Hughes J. C, acct. Burrard Inlet
Irving W., Capt. steamer Onward
Jesse Robt., cieik Audit odea
Jones McNaughton, M. D.
Johnstone D.
Johnstone W., boot & shoe maker
Ker Robert, Auditor General
Lewis Mrs. W. R., Oro bouse
Lewis W. R., stage driver SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
59
Msjor C. J., clerk Cunningham Bro
Murray John, boatbuilder, Camp
Nelson Hugh, Moody's Mill
Nuttall T. C, clerk at Burrard In.
Pagden F., publican
Picht E , brewer
Pooley C. E , reg. Sup. Court
Price Tbos., tailor
Pritcbard Cant., Supt. of jail, Capt.|
of N. W. Volunteers
Richards F. G.
Robson John, editor of Columbian
Roman Catholic   Church — The
Rev. Bishop D'Herbomez
Scott J. S., Pioneer Saloon
Sing Lee, laundry
Smith H. A., druggist
Tait V. B., clerk at Post office
Van Bremer Jas,, cattle dealer
Walsh Thos., tailor
Webster J. A.
Wintermute Jos;, contractor
White Rev. E., Methodist
Williams Robt., printer
Withrow David, furniture
Wolfenden R., Gov. printer, Ensign
N. W. R. corps
Woodcock W. H.
O'Brien Dr., Victoria
Ogden B., H. B. C, Fort St. James and Stuart's Lake
Ogilvy D., Rock Bay
Oldburg J., general dealer, Store street
Omybee Argus, farmer, Victoria district
Pah Woo, store, Fisguard street
Pamphlet Thos., Capt. steamer Isabel
Patterson, empl. N. Murray's
Pawson Jolin, The Hall, Port street
Peacock W., empl. D. Edwards
Pearee Ricb. L., teacher St. Louis College
Phillips J., ostler at W. G.  Bowman's
Pierre T. Whitney, tailor, Pioneer street
Plaskett Wm., drayman
Pollock C, general store, Broad and Pandora streets
Pollock C, boiler maker, Albion Iron Works
Prosse'nburger H., hunter, Store street
P.rypts Jos., baker, Store street
Provincial Grand Lodge of British Columbia, F. & A. M.. R. S.
R. W., Dr J. W.Powell, Prov. Grand Master; W., N. J. Nenstadt, Dep.
Grand Master ; W., R. H. Adams, P. G., S. W. ; W., J E. Hunt. P. G., J. W.;
W.WA. G.Richardson. P. G., Sec.; W., J. Robertson Stewart, P. G., Treas.;
W., A. C. Campbell. P. G., S. D.; W., E. 0. Holden, P. G., J. D.;
Director of Ceremonies ; W., H. B. W. Aikman, P. G., Sword Bearer;
W., P. J, Hall, P. G., Tyler.
Quong Hang, washing, Store street
Raby W., Humboldt street
Ram Hing, baker, Cormorant street
Randon Chas., clerk at Sproat A Co.
Rappitt D., warden and steward, Police barracks
Reid Chas., musician, View street
Reynolds Geo., contractor, Fort street
.Richardson H., Spring R. W. Works Co.
Robertson J., blacksmith, Spratt <fe Kriemler's
Rolls Ellen. Cook and Fort streets
Roulay Pierre, painter, Douglas street 60
SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
Rowbottom Mrs., View street
Rowbottom J., store D. Spencer
Sang Hong, wood dealer, Cormorant street
Shang Guy, storekeeper, Store street
Sbang Lee, washing, Johnson street
Short G. W., tinsmith, empl. J. Dickson
Sing Yee, laborer, Cormorant street
Stone M. J., porter H. B. C.
Sullivan H. C, warehouse H. B. C, res. Cormorant street
Ta Ching, wood dealer, Johnson street
Tang How, druggist, Cormorant street
Taylor Chas., tinsmith, J. Dickson, Yates street
Todd R. L., Saloon, View street
Truran E., supr. of chain-gang, the barracks
Ty Lee, storekeeper, Cormorant street
Vaughan J., empl. Jos. Blackbourne
Vogel A. J., brewer, Victoria
Waterhouse Robt. A Saml , res. James Bay
Welch J., empl. Spratt & Kriemler
"Welch Isaac, empl. S. L. Kelly
Westlake W, empl. A. Bunster
White R., asst. gaoler
Wiesson E., res. Quadra street     »
Winger John, butcher, Pemberton street
Wiggins John, laborer, Superior street
Wolffe J., empl. Thos. Hodge's
Woollacott Philip, warden, the barracks
Williamson Thos., Fort street*
Wilson Walter, at J. Dickson
WILLIAMS' CREEK Names, Cariboo :
Barkerville :
Adams, Pearcy & Co ,  stoves   and
hardware
Adamson & Hurd, merchants
Allan Alex., miner
Barnston J. G, barrister-at*law
Bell Dr.
Bendixen Mme., Saloon
Bezzuzzi grocery store
Blanc Louis A , watchmaKer, &c.
Buie Bros., merchants
Carroll Dr.
Castanetta Frank, store keeper
Chipp Dr.
Edwards D., storekeeper
Floyd & Co., Fashion grocery store
Hammond, butcher
Harper & Torraic, butchers
Hurd Edmund (Adamson & Hurd)
Rwong, Lee & Co., merchants
Kelly A., coffee saloon
McPherson, watchmaker
Miller J., New England bakery
Moses W. D., hairdresser
Ord Eliza, Exchange Hotel
Park Jos., barrister-at-law
Pearson & Bro , E., tinsmiths
Pool R , agent Barnard's ExpreBS
Riviere W., hairdresser
Shaw George, teamster
Siddall Dr.. Cameronton
Stephens Edwd., surv. E. C.
Stirling W., Saloon
Strauss C , merchant
Suter J. K., agent & commis. agent
Thomson J. Spencer ,
Todd & Co., J. H., grocery store
Vanvolkenburg, butcher
Weill Isidor, store keepor
Wilmot H., livery stable
Wilson Miss Florence, Salooa SUPPLEMENTAL LIST.
61
RlCB FIELD :
Deville Joseph, Saloon
Dewdney Saml., C. E.
Gillette E. C, mining surv. & engr'
Kilwin Patrick, billiard saloon
Lallier Francois, merchant
Sundry Names :
Adler & Barry, S iloon "
Benrimo M, A., collector
Bowroc J., librarian
Cohen & Hoffman, drug store
Cunio N., brewer. &c.
Davies J., grocery store
Hudson Bay Co., J. M. Wark, C. T.
Jones S., brewer
Ker J., brewer
Meacbamer W., Steam saw-mill
Patterson & Godson, Wake-up Jake
restaurant I
Lee F, Valentine, Auctioneer   and
Deputy Sheriff
Neufelder F., merchant
Reeve J., blacksmith
Wadham E. A., Sec. B. R. F. Co.
Taylor J., drug store
Vitte Jacob
Winnard W., blacksmith
Briggs   & Co.,  W.,   storekeepers,
Cameron'own
Hare Oliver, miner. Cedar'Creek
Llndhard J. W., Van Winkle stoie
Manetta   &   Dodero, storekeepers,
Cedar Creek
Mclnnis J., Saloon, Grouse Creek
McLeese Robt., contractor, Soda Ck
Wright A , 127-mile house
Bank British North America—Agent, Robert Burrell; Clerk,
George Grant
Bank British' Columbia—Agent, H. Shirley Blunt; Clerk, R.
Fraser
YeastT., late H. B. C, Enterprise
York Jos., Oakland Estate
YALE Names :
Alway & Bailey, merchants
Barlow A., general dealer
Barnard F. J., stage proprietor
Barry J., Saloon
Black James, teamster
Bowden Mrs, boarding house
Brouse Dr. J. E.
Burr J., saddler
Burr Jos., school teacher
Deas J. Sal I i van, tinsmith, &c.
Delatre Mdme, boarding house
Dunbar Geo., livery stable keeper
Evans Charles, clerk F. J. Barnard
Frauentbal J., dry goods
Greenbaum L., merchant
Harvey W., clerk H. B. C,
Havelock H. (See Rose & Havelock)
Holmes Mr. D., episcop. mission
Kimball & Gladwin, merchants
Kwong, Lee & Co., merchants
Letremonillier Pierre, Colonial
Liddle Jus., blacksmith
Nelson & Co. Uriah, merchants
Moorbead Chs., elk. U. Nelson & Co
Mclntee P.
McKay J. W., H. B. C.
McLardy A., baker
McMiking B., Telegraph operator
McQuarry W., bootmaker
Oppenheim L. & S., dry goods
0"Reilly P., slip, mag., &c.
Possi E.. toil-sate keeper
Reece J., butcher
Robinson James, blacksmith
Rose Alexander & Havelock, B. C.
Examiner, proprietors and editors
Ross Alex., barber
Sharwood S., chief constable
Sutton W. H , saloon keeper
Ward J imes, blacksmith
Ward John, teamster
Yan Wo Sang & Co., merchants
Zealous, H. M. Ship—Rear-Admiral, Hon-  G. F. Hastings ;
Flag-Lieut.. A. T. Brook; dec , II. Perry; Clerk, C. R Drew; Captain,
R.'D-iwkins'; Commander, W. H. Liddell. Lieuts., J. L. Way, L. Ching, H.
E. McLean, R. W. Stopford, G. E. Summerset; Additional: G. Usborne,
Hon. E. Browne; Staff Com , G. L. Call; Staff Surgeon, M. Burton, M. D.;
Capt. Mar. Artil., L. Williams; 2nd Lieut. Mar., L. Fortescue ; Chaplain,
Rev. T. R.Hamilton; Naval Instructor, R. H. A.E.Nelson; Paymaster,
. H.Burniston; Chief Eng.. J. C.Robinson; Sub-Lieuts., T. Sacklins', P. H.
Richards ; 2nd Master, J. R. Veitch ; Asst. Surgs.. S. Simpson, M. D., A. S.
Crowdy ; Asst. Paymasters, C. P. Walk, H. Colling, M- Wellington. '62
PREFATORY REMARKS  CONCLUDED.
ADDITIONAL, Cariboo, omitted :
Campbell A. C, hardware
Cariboo Sentinel, Barkerville—Prop. Robert Holloway; Editor,
H. E. Seelye ; Compositor, J. Pottinger
Deffis B., professor of languages, Barkerville
N L'Ecuyer A Brunn. Hotel de Erance, Barkerville
Rennie W., bootmaker, Barkerville
Lovell A Co. J. B., general merchants, Centreville
Michael Wm., Centreville Hotel, Centreville
Pearce Jesse, Willow Saloon, Centreville
Penbcrthy Mrs. J., London and Paris Hotel, Richfield
Erratum—For Bank of British  Columbia, <fcc, Page 24, read,
Inspector, Alex. Watson; Manager, W. C. Ward ; Acting Accountant  and
Cashier, C. S. Jones ; Clerks, E. H. Jackson and J. B. Fisher.
in
After a delay of two weeks, and owing to repeated disappointments on application, the author is not able to offer so complete a statement as he could wish ; and is only in a position to
give the following few additional figures :
O O CJ
The total imports of merchandise in Victoria f r the eleven
months preceding the imposing of the tariff [a large increase of course, due to the desire to avoid duties]  were     $2,039,000
The total imports on  which  duty was paid in the  United
Colonies for 1867, was    1,068,060
The total amount of duty paid     256,250
The total imports for the first quarter, 1868 fnot the largest
quarter in the year] approximate estimate  349,000
Amount of duty paid the first quarter, 1868, against $27,000,
in 1867  80,000
The total exports of coal from tt)9 Port of Nanaimo for the
year 1867 were  Tons    19,273
The total produce of the Nanaimo mines for the same period,
of which a port;on also was exported on mail steamers, was 31.174
The total produce of Coal lor 1866 was   25,212
The total produce of Coal   for the first quarter, 1808, of
which was exported 9.387 tons I   13,804
The total exports of lumber and spars, unfortunately, could
not be obtained. In one mill, however, that of the Messrs
Moody, they largely increased from 1866 to 1867. A new mill
has been started at Burrard's Inlet, under Capt. Stamp, specially
resorted to for spars. At both these mills, shipments in 1868
are far in excess of the corresponding period in 1867. A mill
in Vancouver Island, owned by Mr. Sayward, produces its two
million feet yearly, chiefly for local consumption.
The rich trade in furs must not be forgotten here, while speak- VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
63
ing of exports.   Of this, it need hardly be said, the Hndson Bay
Co. have the largest share.
The really noticeable feature for the Colonies this year, viz.,
the agricultural, owing to irregularity in some quarters, is the
most imperfect, in point of statistics. The valuable information
usually transmitted to the Lands and Works, by the country
magistrates, has not come to hand, except for the least important
and last settled districts. For these, however, the accounts are
most flattering. Taking this information, and that received from
various sources, of well-authenticated private information, the
author thinks he is justified in stating that the quantity of land
under caltivation, and the number of head of stock for the Island
alone, may be taken at an average for all the districts, of 100
per cent, on last years' (1866) figures.
There was brewed in Victoria for the last twelve months an
aggregate of 3,000 hhds. of ale, which is fast shutting out
English barrelled ale from the market.
With these few additional remarks the author would close this
imperfect sketch.
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C0RSR9SSSI0N
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2 Commercial BoWj Wharf street,
VOQTQEIIIA.   V. K
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VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
INCORPORATED   BY   ROYAL   CHARTER.
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HEAD OFFICE
VICTORIA BRANCH
CARIBOO   .
124 Bishopgate st., London.
Yates street.
Barkerville.
ESTABLISHMENTS IN THE
OOLONIESi
Montreal
Hamilton
PUNDAS
Quebec
Brantpord
St. John, N.
B.
Toronto
TENDON, Ont.
Halifax, N.
S.
Kingston
Ottawa
Victoria, B.
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AGENTS AND CORRESPONDED.
Nfw York .       .   Walter Watson, C. M. Mylora & H. Simpson
San Francisco     .   F. H. Grain and T. Menzies
Australia   .       .   Union Bank of Australia
Bills of Exchange and
Jold Purchased,
DRAFTS ISSUED M
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 op 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.
?.   $,   SBEPBSS.D, Manager.
Victoria, B. 0. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS-.
6 5
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
[INCORPORATED BY ROVAL CHARTER, 1862.]
CAPITAL   $2,500,000.
[With power to increase.]
Head Office—East India avenue, Leadenhall street, London.
BRANCHES   AND   AGENCIES.
Victoria ; British Columbia ; Barkerville, Cariboo, B. 0.
San Francisco; Caliporhia ; Portland, Oregon.
Agents in SCOTLAND British Linen Co.'s Bank
IRELAND The Bank of Ireland
CANADA The Bank of Montreal
SOUTH AMERICA...The London Bank of Mexico and South America
NEW YORK .".....Messrs R.Bel! and F. Gundry, Agents for Bank of
Montreal
VICTORIA OFFICE—Government street.
Drafts granted upon the  Head  Office of the Bank in London, and upon any
of the above Branches and Agents.
Every description of Banking business transacted.
Gold Dust and Bars purchased.
Wax.   C.   WAILS,  Manager.
The Standard Life Assurance  Company.
[established 1825.]
Constituted by Special Acts of Parliament.
Governor .    His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbrrry, K. G
, ( The Right Hon. the Earl of Dalkeith, M. P.,
Dep. Governors | The Right Hon   tbe Earl of Stair, K. T.
Chairman op the London Board
Manages and Actuary
Tho Right Hon. Lord Elcho, M. P.
William Thos. Thomson. F. R. S. E.
The business of the Company has increased steadily year by year since its
establishment in 1825. During the last 20 years its progress has been very
rapid.
The total amount of Insurances effected in 20 years, £11,289,450 6 10
Being a yearly average of upwards of half-a-raillion sterling; but since 1865,
tbe amount of new Assurances effected has considerably exceeded a million
sterling annually.
The Accumulated Fund is now nearly £1,000,000.
The Annual Income, exceeds £680,000.
The Directors invite particular attention to the terms and conditions of the
Free Assurance Scheme, under which persons assured are allowed to reside
in any part of the world free of ex'ra premium.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THOS. HARRIS, Esq., Ex Mayor, I KENNETH McKENZlE, Esq.. Lake Hill
GUSTAV. SUTRO, Esq., Victoria,        | ROBERT BURNABY, Esq., Victoria.
MEDICAL ADVISER       . . .Dr. Jas. Trimble.
AGENT AND bECRETARY   . .       .   J. G. Shepherd. mm
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VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
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II YORK, CALIFORNIA * EUR
EXPRESS & EIOHAN'
PE
CAPITAL
$10,000000.
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 Curkent Rates.
OFFICE -
"STaies Street. Victoria, V. X.
LONDON    .
SOUTHAMPTON
HAVRE .
HAVANA, CUBA
SAN FRANCISCO
NEW YORK .
BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA
PRINCIPAL  OFFICES:
.    E.ves & Macey, 61 King William street.
Dunlop & ScboalPH.
Davidson & Co.
E. Ramirez & Co.. 8 Calle de Mercaderes.
Corner Montgomery and California streets.
81 Broadway.
38 and 40 Court square.
607 Chestnut street.
FB.ATCCXS   GARSSCHE,   Agent.
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CARRYING MAILS, EXPRESS AMD PASSEN2ER8.
WILL   LEAVE   YALE   EVERY
MONDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock,
And Connect every THURSDAY EVENING with Steamer
ENTERPRISE
At SODA CREEK, for QUESNELLE ; reaching BARKERVILLE on SATURDAY Evenings.
3P*«tr©  to   Soda   Creels.,  $80.
Fa3t Freight contracted for at reasonable rates.
PASSENGERS by this LINE must leave VICTORIA by FRIDAY'S Steamer
to make the Connection.
Office, next door to Wells, Fargo k Co , Vates street.
C00IE M. CHAMBERS, Agent. LIST  OF  OFFICIALS
FOR   THE
OF BRITISH
REVISED.
Gov
CrviL :
'.rnor—Frederick
SALARY
Judson Young, 1,220 ;
Contingencies, 200
R. Wolfenden,   1,220
printer and messenger
Seymour, Governor of British
Columbia and its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral
of the same .... $19,400
Private Secretary, D. C. Mannsell -       -     1,450
Messenger, 500 ; Contingencies, 600     - -     1,100
Cleric to Legislative Council—Charles Good      -       -        600
Messenger, W.Franklin, 200; Contingencies, 100 -       300
Colonial Secretary—William A. G. Young       -       -     3,880
Assist. Col. Sec,   Charles  Good, 1,940 ; Clerks,
John   Connell,   1,450 ;   J.
Messenger, P. Deasy, 250 ;
Printing—Superintendent,
two printers, 1,800 ;  assist.
Legislatiue Council, 600.
Treasurer—(Office in abeyance) ; Chief Clerk, (in
temporary charge of Treasury), John Graham,
1,900; Clerks, Ales. Calder, 1,450; W. C.
Berkeley, 1,2 >0 ; Messenger, J. Holland, 250
Auditor General—Robt. Ker,
Chief Clerks, Thos. Holmes, 1,450; R. Jesse, 1,200
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and Surv.
Ge?z.—J. W. Trutch      - - -
Assist. Surv. Gen., B. W. Pearse, 1,900 ; Clerk,
R. Howse, 1,220; Draughtsman, E. Landers,
1,220 ; Messenger, P. Deasy, 250
Customs—-Collector of Customs, Wymond Hamley -
Chief Clerk. W. H. McCrea, 1,940 ; Clerk, C. A.
Finlaison, 1,450; Messenger, John Holland, £50;
Dep. Coll., Southern Boundary, J. C. Haynes, 1.700
Revenue Officer, Chas. S. Wylde, 1,700 ; Landing
Waiters, Geo. Frye, 1,700; J.German, 600; Rich, i
Hunter, 720 : Two Boatmen and a Watchman,
1,396 80 ; Collector at Burrard's Inlet, C. Hocking, 250; Constable at Osayoos, 1,220
Registrar-Gen. and Postmaster-Gen.—A. T. Bushby -
Registrar-General of Titles, Victoria, E. G. Alston
Assistant ....
Harbor Blaster and Government Pilot—James Cooper
Postmaster, Victoria—Henry Wootton, 1,450 ; Clerk
and Messenger, New Westminster, J. Tait. 750
78,959 30
5,060
3,620
4,800
2.400
2,650
3,880
4,590
3,152 50
5,340
7.586 80
2,425
2,425
300
1,800
2.200 EMWWHSW
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OFFICIAL LIST.
Notk—Of the foregoing salaries and expenses, $44,281 80 are
provided by vote of the Legislature, and the remainder,
$34,677 60, are provided under the Crown Offices Salaries Act.
Judicial :
Chief Justice Supr. Ct. Brit. Col—M. Baillie Begbie
Chief Justice Supr. Court, Vane. Is.—Joseph Needham
Registrar of Court, B. C, Chas. E. Pooley, 1.450;
ditto cf Vancouver Island, Bieh. Woods, 1,5C0 ;
Messenger, V. I. J. Irving, 500   -
Attorney-General—H. P. P. Crease
Clerk, G. Mason - - -
High Sheriff— Andrew Chas. Elliott
Amount in lieu of travelling expenses
N. B.—Of these amounts $5,
$14,065 provided as before.
100 were voted, and the remainder
Police, including Prisons :
New Westminster Police—Chief Inspector of Police
Chartres Brew ; High Constable, Tomkins Brew,
970 ; Two Constables, 1,400 ; Indian Messenger,
Ac, 200. -
Gaol— Warden, Chas. J. Prichard, 1,220 ; Two
Gaolers, 1,400; Medical Officer, W. M. Jones, 500
Victoria—Stip. Magistrate, Ae., A. F. Pemberton
Clerk (vacant), 1,000; Sergt. of ."olice, Wm. Bow-
den, 900; Three Constables. $1 25 per day, 1,916 25
Gaol— Gaoler, A. McBride, 912 50 ; Assist.
Gaoler, 730; Supr. of Convicts, E. Tn ran, 912 50;
Two Convict Guards, 1,277 50; Two Door Guards
and one Cook, 1,642 50 ; Medical Officer, 600    -
Note—$2,425 provided under Crown Salaries Act; $17,831 25
voted by the Legislature.
Gold Commissionefs, «&c. :
Columbia and Kootenay His.—Not finally nominated
Clerk to ditto, John White, 1,700; Constable R.
Vowell, 1,400; Clerk  and   Const., Kootenav. J.
Normansell, 1,700; Const. Kootenay, 1,400; Clerk
and Const., Fort Shepherd, 1,400 -
Cariboc, including Quesndle—Assist-  Gold Commis.,
C. Brew - -
Clerk, 1,940; Chief Const., 1,940; two Constables
2,900; four Constables, 3,500 ; Constable at Ques-
nclle, 1,220 -
Hope, Yale and Lytton—Assist.  Gold Commissioner,
P. O'Reilly ....
Chief Const, Yale, 1,100; Constable, 1,000: Chief
Const., Lytton, .1,100 < Toll Coll. Yale, 1,100     -
Lilloet,   Clinton   and   Soda   Creek—Assist.    Gold
Commis., E. H. Sanders
5,820
5,820
3,450
2,425
1,000
Fees
750
93,024 30
2,425
2,570
3,120
2,250
9,891 25
113,280 55
3,0Q0
7,600
3,400
11,500
2,400
4,300
2,400 official list.
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Chief Const., 1.000; Constable, Postmaster and
Toll Collector, Clinton, 1.000       - -
Nanaimo—Mag. and coll. of reven., W. R. Spalding-
Constable, W. Stewart . . .
RECAPITULATION
Civil Establishments
Judicial Establishments  -
Police
Gold Commissioners, &c. -
2,000
1,700
730
157,510 55
As a completion of the Estimates merely, tn«y be added the
following:—Pensions, letirrd allowances and gratuities,
$3,395; Revenue Services, 500; Administration of Justice,
5.200; Charitahle Allowance, 5.000; Education, 6,00OX;
Police and Gaols. 13.000 ; Rent, 700 ; Transport, 5 910 : Conveyance of Moils. 29,400 ; Works and Buildings, 5.300 ;' Road,
Streets and Bridgfs, 50 000 ; Miscellaneous Services. 9,000;
Interest, 99,840 ; Drawbacks and Refunds, 1,100 ; Redemption
of Bonds, 40 000; Sinking. 50,197 50; Temporary Loins,
70,000; Government Vessels, 11,000; Lighthouses, 10,000.-
78,959 30
19.265
20,256 25
39,030
157,510 55
415,542 50
$573,053 05
N B.—Owing to a vote of the Council of $500, this exceeds by that sum the
amount in the printed estimates. E. .M.
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Agents for the Union Marine Insurance Company, San Francisco.
IMPORTER  AJSTD
WHARF  STREET*
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VICTORIA. ADVERTISEMENTS.
REGULARS!. S. MAIL.LINE.
THE SPLENDID NEW AMERICAN STEAMER
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I3IA.S   SUPERIOR.
AGG0MM0DATILN  FOR PASSENGERS.
MEALS ON BOARD SERVED IS THE BEST STILE,
Freight and  Passage at the most  Seasonable   Kates.
For Hours of Departure and further particulars, apply on BOARD or
at Office of
Union Wharf.
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GO V^ERHSTMEJSrT   STREET, INCORPORATION ACT.
71
ORDINANCE   TO   INCORPORATE
THE  CITY OP VICTORIA,
2nd April, 1867.
Leading Features
and six Councillors.
—The Corporation to consist of a Mayor
Some of the qualifications of Mayor and
Councilmen are, residence in the Colony six months prior to
election, the being rated on the Municipal Assessment Roll for
$5(J0 freehold or $100 yearly rental of leasehold property. Ss. 3
and 4. Some of the disqualifications, being a minister of
any religious denomination, a sheriff or sheriff's officer, or a
naval or military officer on full pay.
The qualification for voters is, residence in the Colony for
three months prior to election, being rated on the Municipal
Assessment Roll, and having paid all assessments; s. 15.
By Sect. 22, every person who shall present himself for
nomination, and shall have been elected Mayor or Councilman,
must strve, or pay a sum of $250 and costs, recoverable by the
clerk before any Justice of the Peace.
By Sec. 25, all contested elections to be tried before the Judge '
of the Supreme Court, the petitioner giving security for costs.
Four members of the Council to constitute a quorum; s. 28.
Public notice required of any meeting of Council; s. 30.
By s. 34, are exempted from the | per cent, assessment, all.
real estate held in trust for Her Majesty or for the public uses of
the Colony, all property held in trust for Indians. By s. 36,
seven-tenths of owners of property have power to cause streets
to be paved, lighted, &c.
By s. 46, votes of expenditure are to be carried in a meeting
of not less than five members, and confirmed in a subsequent one
held not less than seven days after. By s. 49, all Municipal
rates to bear interest at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum.'
After five years default, property may be sold ; no informality to
vitiate the sale. All Bye-laws may be vetoed by the Governor
(S. 52.) By S. 58, the Municipality must appoint a clerk.
By S. 60, Corporation property may be leased for any term not
exceeding fourteen years.
No act to be called in question done bona fide under the Incorporation Act 1862; s. 61.
S. 62. This act to come into force immediately after the
election of 8th Nov., 1867.
City Boundaries.—Alterations.—It is needless to quote'the
Act, but the alteration in the boundaries consists first in following the northern side of Pembroke street till its junction with 72
INCORPORATION ACT.
the continuation of Blanchard street; taking the limits to the
farther side of Pembroke street, continued (at an angle); taking
the limits eastward as far as the farther side of the street next
against Spring Ridge ; including to the southward, the whole of
tbe block the property and the residence of Thos. Pritchard ; continuing the boundary straight down the east side of Cook street
to its junction with Partington street; carrying the boundary
down the south side of this street, and then in a south-westerly
and westerly direction round a property of A. G. Dallas to tho
corner of lot 1,694, block 56; the City then includes the whole of
the Beacon Hill Park, and after excluding all Victoria West
and the Indian Reserve, resumes its old lines round the Bay
property, following the west side oi Montreal street to the seashore in its usual irregular manner. [Schedule.]
Note.—It was intended to give a much longer synopsis of the Act, but space
will not allow. E. M.
CITY—Ordinance on Nuisances, 23rd Sept., 1862.
1—No Slaughterhouse, Tannery, Distillery, &c, shall be conducted within
the limits of the City.
2—No person shnll ride or drive exceeding: eight miles an hour.
3—No person shall lead or drive any horse or cart on any sidewalk. Penalty
for these three, £l sterling.
4—All pigs and goats astray, to be impounded, and after seven days to be
sold.
5—No fireworks or firearms to be discharged, and eo loaded or dangerous
weapons to be carried about tbe person.    Penalty £5.
6—Footpaths not to be cumbered beyond six hours.    Penalty £l.
7—While building, no person to take more tnan one-third of the street, to
fence in, and keep lights all night.    Penalty £5.
8—No filth or ashes to be deposited in any public place. Fine £1. And
no obstruciion in any road.   Penalty £10.
10—No rubbish or filth to be thrown into the harbor. First effenee £5 ;
second offence imprisonment.
11—No doormats, &c., to be beaten in the streets ; no rubbish or offal to be
placed or caused tc^go in any drain or well, &c.; no night soil to be emptied or
carried about between six in the morning and eight in the evening.
13—No privy or cesspool to be suck nearer than two feet to any adjoining
premises, nor less than twenty feet from a street.   Penalty £1.
BYE-LAW OF 10th Jan., 1866.—1—No owner or occupier of premises shall
have or permit any gutter, ditch, drain, privy or ashpit, emitting any noxious
or offensive effluvium ; any swine to be offensive ; any matter in a state of fermentation or putrefaction.
2 and 4—Three members of Council shall be nominated as a Sanitary Committee, to have power to enter any premises ; and 7'— The Corporation, in the
absence of owners, to abate any nuisance, and recover the cost by action as
work and labor done.
BYE-LAW AGAINST FIRE.—No. l.-3rd Oct.. 1862.—2—No naked light
to be used where any combustible matter stored.
_ 5 and 6—All flues to be kept clean, and stoves to be placed not nearer than
sixteen inches to any woodwork.
9—^re Wardens may enter any premises, and notify as to any irregularities. INCORPORATION ACT.
73
BYE.-LAW No. 2.—Fire.—1—One Councillor in each Ward shall act as firewarden.
2—The Wardens have power to order any person, not a member of a Fire
Company, to assist at a fire.
3—The Mayor and the Councillors are to attend all fires; and the Firewardens, with the Chiel Engineer, &c, to authorize the demolishing, or iemov-
ing of any building or fence, necessary to check fire.
11—Any pesson riolating any of the provisions or bye-laws shall be liable
to a penalty not exceeding £10, or imprisonment not exceeding one month.
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VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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BOARDING A DAY SCI
FOR YOUNG  LADIES,
Fairfield Terrace, Fort street
aims. FETSBEAW    -  -
Tbe instruction comprises the usual English Branches, French, Fancy Needle*
work, &c.
HVTulsIo Er^ti-a,.
The School is very accessible at all times, Fort street, being planked all the
way.
Parents and guardians cannot find a School on the Island so well situated,
the land comprises about 5 acres, in an elevated and healthy position, with
beautiful Play Grounds, Shade, &c.
Tbe number of Boarders and Scholars is limited. Entrance by Fort, Mearea
and Belcher streets.
For Terms, &c, apply to
THE PRINCIPAL.
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GOVEBJSTMEHSTT   STREET.
VICTORIA, V. I., B.C.
Bedrooms Furnished aid every Attention paid to the Comfort
of Travellers.
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR LADIES & FAMILIES.
S.   BRIARS,   Proprietor
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IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
■Stoves', Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Zinc
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COOKING, PARLOR I OFFICE STOVES.
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The Celebrated Mississippi Cooking Stove.
YATES STREET (2 doors from J. Cowper.)
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO STEAMBOAT WORK, BRITISH COLUBSBIA TARIFF.
The Following Articles will be charged with Specific Duties,
as follows:
Ale and Porter, in wood  15 cts per gall
do in bottle  30 cts per doz (qts)
Bacon and Haras    4 cts per lb
Barley, Oat?, Field Peas, Malt  30 cts per 100 lbs
Beans, Split Peas  1 ct per lb
Bitters  $150 per gall
Butter  10 cts per lb
Candles,           5       do
Cheese       5       do
Cider  15 cts per gall
Cigars  $2 per 100 (2ctsea)
Coal  $1 25 per ton
Coffee, raw  3 cts per lb
do     manufactured  6       do
Eggs  12| cts per doz
Flour     $1 50 per bbl
Fresh Fruits, viz : - "
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Currants,
Raspberries, Strawberries and Gooseberries   1 ct per lb
Gunpowder, sporting  6     do
do blasting  3     do
Hay  $4 per ton
Lard  5 cts per lb
Lime  50 cts per bbl
Lumber:
Rough, Fir and Cedar  $3 per 1000 feet
Dressed        do   $5 do
Shingles  $1 per 1000
Fence Pickets  $2        do
Laths  $1       do
Live Stock:
Horses and Mules  $2 per head
Beef Cattle  $3     do
Milch Cows  $2     do
Sheep and Goats  75 cts per head
Hogs  $2 do
Potatoes  5 ct per lb
Rice  1^ cts per lb
Sugar, raw  2 do
do   refined  2£       do
OpintS: ACCORDING TO PEOO».
Brandy  $2 per gall
Gin, Whiskey, Rum, and all other kinds.. $2     do
Tea  12| cts per lb
Tobacco  25       do 76
THE TARIFF.
Vegetables, viz:
Onions	
Other kinds, fresh         	
Wheat 	
Wines, viz:
Champagne and Moselle ,
China Medicated	
California, red and white	
Claret	
Port, Sherry, and all other descriptions
Bran and Shorts 	
Buckwheat	
Oatmeal ,....
Cornineal	
Hops	
Shot !
2 cts per lb
1 ct   do
35 cts per 100 lbs
$3 per doz (qts)
$1 50 per gall
25 cts per gall
20       co
75 cts per gall
25 cts per 100 lbs
1 ct per lb
1 do
h     do
10 cts per lb
2 do
On the Following- Articles the several Ad Valorem
opposite each aiticle will be cnarged :
Duties set
PER CENT
Axes   15
Beef, salt 10
Billiard and Bagatelle Tables    12J
Blankets   20
Boots and Slioes   20
Bread    20
Curds, playing;   50
Chocolate     20
Clothing, ready-made   15
Confectionery      30
Drugs, medicines   20
Dry Goods   12J
Earthenware   12£ [Vegetables, preserved and
Finh. preserved, dried and
salt   15
Firearms    12J
Fruit?, preserved and dried 12}
Furniture    15
PER  CENT
Nails, ]  12J
Nuts and Almonds  12|
Oils  15
Opium  25
Paints  10
Pork, salt  10
Plants, Trees and Shrubs. 12}
Poultry, dead and alive .. 25.
Quicksilver  10
Rope, Cordage and Twine   5
Soap  15
Stationery  12£
Tinware  25
salt   10
Waggons, Carriages  20
Trunks    12}
Watches and Clocks  12J
|Window Sashes and Doors 20
Glass and Glassware   12} IShip Building  Materials
Groceries    12} |    viz:
Hardware & Ironmongery. 12}
Harness and Saddlery'..   .  20
Hemp, Canvas, &c     2}
Leather   15
Jewelry   20
Machinery   10
Matches." J2}
Meat, preserved   12A
do   fresh   20*
Molasses  12£
Manufactured Sails ....  20
Cotton Canvas     5
Woodenware   12|
Yeast Powders  12}
All other articles not enumerated in either of the
above lists, nor in the
following list of free
goods     12£ VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
77
The Following Articles will be admitted Free of Duty:
Agriculural Implements, Books Printed and Manuscript, Bricks,
all Fresh Fruits not enumerated in Schedule of Specific Duties,
Coin, Gunny Sacks, Iron and Steel, all kinds of Woods not
enumerated in Schedule of Specific' Duties, Calves under 12
mont is old, Personal Effects, Silt, Garden Seeds, Grain for Seed,
Tar and Pitch, Tin, Copper and Zinc, Wire (iron and brass) Copper Sheets, Boiler-plates and Bolts and Patent Metal for Ships,
Iron Hoops, Sheet Iron, Rough and Partially Manufactured
Woods used in construction of Carriages and Wagons, and Steel
Springs, Anchors, Cables, Chains and Copper Bolts for Ship
Building, Fresh Fish, Fish Oil, Whalebone, Raw Hemp for Rope
making, Tallow, Gas Retorts, Fire Clay, Furs, Hides Lemon and
Lime Juice. Guano, Wool, Oakum, Jute, Wagon Axles, Ship's
Blocks and Junk, and Blacksmith's Coal, Lead in pipe, sheets and
bars.
CORMORANT  bTRKET,
IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF
ie iliiiiii
&   BHT   GOODS.
'9
s*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IM
iSi
PRINCIPAL   HOUSES:
Kwoxg U- Shing, Canton. Kwong-man-Fung, Hong-Kong.
In   Connection ■with
Hop Kee & Co., 705 Dupont stceet, San Francisco, California.
BRANCHES  AT
Yale, Lilloet, Forks Quesnelle, Mouth Quesnelle,
Barkerville, Cariboo.
ALWAYS ON HAND
A Large Stock of Groceries. Provisions, Eice, Tea, Sugar, Cigars,
Tobacco, Opium, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hardware. Mining Tools.
Which are offered for Sale at Reasonable Rates, Wholesale and Retail.
KWONGr LEE & CO |
Victoria, V. I., B. C. 78
victoria advertisements..
!i»'
ST.
VIRGINIA AND CUBA T
ADELPHI   OORNERs
VICTORIA, V. I.
IMPORTER OP AND  DEALER IN
mmm mm mmm®
MEERSCHAUM,
Brier, Single & Bouble-ender Pipes,
ALL ORDERS FROM ABROAD PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Give a Ca'l b afore Purchasing Elsewhere,
3
mmm gi
iC
%    :f
PS
CI
$3
'§
J. T. DUNLOP
'ropnetor.
OAEEIAGES,   BUGGIES,
AND
Good Saddle & Carriage Horses,
FUR SALE OR HIRE ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
Horses taken on Livery by the DAY or WEEK.
BROAD STREET (E. side of Fort street), Victoria, V. I.
m
«8
srs
£n£
FORT STREET, (Opposite Broad street.)
Childrens'  Clothes made to Order.
H.B.—Ge|neral Machine Sewing. RATES OF POSTAGE.
79
.TBS
SsTCS
iSTA^l
FEOM   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,
INCLUDING COLONIAL CHARGE Of FIVE CENTS.
COUNTRIES.                               N0£°oIer No£^er
Aspinwall  — 15
Australia via Panama  — 30
Austria  -- 35
Belgium via France  26 47
British North American Provinces... — 15
Cape of Good Hope  — 50
Chili  - 39
Cuba   — 4^^r
China     — 25
Denmark  — 40
France  20 40
German States  — 33
Great Britain and Ireland  — 25
Greece (by French mail)  — 65
Hollind via France  26 47
Mexico  — 15
Norway     43
Panama  *&
Peru  — 30
Poland  — 40
Portugal via England   — 50
Prussia  — 35
Russia (Prussian enclosed mail)  — 40
Sandwich Islands  — zo
Spain via France .• - 26 47
Sweden (Prussian enclosed mail)  — 40
Switzerland (French mail)  — 50
United States  15
West Indies^British  — 4(>
Notb -In every case the Colonial Postage must be
Payment,
Compulsory.
Do.
Optional.
Do.
Do.
Compulsory.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Optional.
Do.
Do.
TDol O&tY*'
Do.
Do.
Compulsory.
Optional.
Compulsory.
Do.
Optional.
Compulsory.
Optional.
Do.
Compulsory.
Do.
Optional.
Do.
Do.
Compulsory
paid.
/a.
/j- 80
VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
TO   VISITORS   FROM
Iragon, T
7!
orner of Fort & Houglas streets,
VOQTQEtllA,   V. !U
Will always be found a Large and Choice Assortment of
: 1 ra
(§©0®
'3
Mantles, Millinery, Flowers, Laces, &c.
At Yery moderate prices, and of tbe latest styles, the Goods being imported
from Europe by Express monthly.
Th.e Usual Assortment of
£raaAPlL»:E2   GOODS,
SUCH   AS
-wBDTi ft Pilifii liuii^
etingSj   Flannels,   Linens,   Blankets,
UPHOLSTEi Y GOODS, &c.    *
ALSO ON HAND IN GREAT VARIETY.
Wm. DENNY. Manager.
GEORGE JAMES FINDLAY.
tfVWHT.ftV   M,
JOHN HENRY DURHAM.
InV w
m e
m
IMPORTERS OF
Boots & Shoes, Blankets, &c,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
LOUDON OFFICE: 31 Great St. Helens, Bishopsgate street.
tm° FOR   REMAINING  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS—See  next  Pago
but one—and outside. INDEX.
Facie
Anglican Church  52
Auctioneers § Commission Merchants
Davies & Co. J. P     22,51
Banks—
Bank British Columbia 24, 61, 62, 65
Do           N. America...    21. 61, 64
Wells, Fargo & Co      66, 82
Biscuit Baker—
Nesbitt Saml  9
Boot § Shoe Makers and Dealers—
Cowper Jesse  2
Mansell H   9,51
Noltemeier F  7
Butchers—
Stafford & Hickin  2
Cattle Sale Yard—
Davies & Co. J. P  22
Cigars and Tobacco Dealers—
Campbell P  78
Sutro & Co. G  6
City Ordinances, kc  72
Clerk 4r Coll. Roid Commis., §c.~
E. Mallandaine  70
Commission Merchants, Importers, <yc.
Brodrick R  10
Casamayou A  63
Frankel A  73
Kvvong Lee & Go  77
Lovre Bros  69
Millard & Beedy  11
Nathan junr. & Co. H  63
Norris J. G    73
Rueff Jules  69
Sproat & Ce  11
Stewart J. R  10
Comux Names  53
Cowichan, $c. Names   53
Drugs, Dealers in, and Chemicals—
Moore & Co  3
Norris J. G  1
Shotbolt T  4
Dry Goods—
Wilson & Co. T  7
Victoria House—W, Denny   80
Errata    50
Esquimalt Names  55
Express Offices—
Bernard F.J  66
Wells, Faigo & Co  66
Fire Department  30
Furniture Dealers—
Sebl J  9
Seymour G. T  8
Weilcr J  82
Paqi
Grocers, &c.—
Fell &Finlayson  1
Russell Thos  *
Hardware, Stoves, $c.—
Kelly S. L  74
Harness $ Saddle Makers—
Mann H. T  8
Hotels—
Bailey's Hotel, and Boarding... 3, 82
British Columbian Hotel   4
Colonial Hotel and Restaurant.. 74
Hotel de France   3
St. Nicholas Hotel   5
Hudson Bay Co  34
Importers of Wines, <$•<:.—f
Grelley & Fiterre  10
Incorporation Act     71
Inspector of Steamers, Government—
Westgarth T.     82
Insurance Co. Agents—
Lovre Bros., Marine  69
Sproat & Co., Royal   11
Stewart J. R., Three Comp  10
Land Agents—
Allsop Thos  73
Burnaby Robt  6
Heisterman H.F  7
Life Assurance —
The Standard  65
City of Glasgow  10
Rsyal  11
List of Names  23
List of Names, Supplemental  51
List of Officials  67
Livery and Sale Stables—
Dunlop J. T  78
Lumber ana Spars—
Say ward W. P  6
Mechanics' Literary Institute   38
Nanaimo Names [Portion of)  58
\New Westminster Names  58
Nurserymen, Sfc.—
Jay & Bales  »
I Officials, List of  67
Painter, House and Sign—
Crowthei R. A  9
Postal Rates  79
\ Prefatory Remarks   15
Printing Offices—
British Uolonist  26
Morning News  86
Provision and Feed—
Waitt J. W  5 82
VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
Page | paoe
Photographers— Steamer—
Dally F  86       Eliza Anderson      70
Robinson Geo  82 Soda Wa(er and Syrup—
ShakespeareN  86       Phillips A     12
Roman Catholic Church  43 Tailors, Merchant—
Saloons— (iilmore A	
Golden T  U
San Juan Nar,
46
School. Boarding and Day—
Petibeau Mdme      74
Ship Chandler—
McQuade <fc Co. P       3
  4
Toleson & Bio  78
WbearR. P    8, 51
Tariff, British Columbia  75
Volunteer Rifle Corps   47
Watchmakers, $c.—
Redtern C E    12
Watson E    12
Stationers                                                  I William's Creek Names   59
Hibben & Co. T. N       2 \ Yale Names   61
Statistics   21, 62. 63 | Zealous, H. M S   61
WELLS, FARGO & CO . Express Azents and Bankers, Yates street.
WGM
©fflWE^I
PHOTOGRAPHER,
THEATRE BUILDINGS, GOVERNMENT STREET.
PRACTICAL ENGINEER&DRADGHTSMJ
Government Inspector of Steamers.
Temporary Office :— With E. Mallandaine, Governiricnt st., V.I.
i ¥ xa i m ** sx 9
(Late of F. Stemmler A Co.)
HAS ON HAND AND OFFERS FOR SALE
WALL    P» A T L E,
Spring, Hair, Wool and Straw Mattresses, Lounges, Braes Window
Poles and Cornices, White, Bluff and Green Window Blinds, Brass
Stair Rods r.nd other Upholstery Goods.
All  sorts   of   Upholstery done,  such   as   Repairing Sprtng Mattresses and
Lounges, Sewing and Laying Carpeis, Fixing  VVinduw Curtains  and Blinds,,
Hanging Wall Paper, &c, &c, at Prices to suit ilu- times.
JOHXtT   WEX&Sll.
TOO LATE FOR INSERTION—Remainder of Nanaimo Names; Roroaa
Catholic Mission; Presbyterian Mission. SAN  FRANCISCO  ADVERTISEMENTS.
MERCHANTS
MUTUAL MARIE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OFFICE:
ISTo.  4=OS  California   Street,
flgp   SAF ffRAffCISCO.
BOAED OP   DIRECTOES.
C. L. TAYLOR, JABEZ HOWES,
F. ROEDING, A. L. TUBBS,
ISAAC E. DAVIS, C. AD0LPHE LOW,
J. B. SCOTCHLER, W. J. ADAMS,
A. k. SIMPSON, R. E. RAIMOND,
JAMES IRVINE, JAMES P. FLINT,
H. B. WILLIAMS.
J. B. SCOTCHLER, JABEZ HOWES,
President.
Vice President.
E. W. BOURNE, Secretary.
NO FIEE RISKS DISCONNECTED WITH MARINE,
INSURED BY THIS COMPANY.
Losses  paid, promptly in United. States Gold Coin.
NOECROSS'
Mi   PIONEER FACTORY
O F
Military and Navy Goods,
AND EMBROIDERIES
OF     BVEEY      DESCRIPTION.
| Silk and Bunting Flags,
Together with all other Articles for
MILITARY AND CIV1G PROCESSIONS.
NORCROSS&CO.
Masonic Temple, 5 Montgomery
• Sole Agents for WMester and Mam's Celebrated Preparations. TREADWELL & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
J5>
Farming, Mechanic and Mining Tools and Implements,
mmm itohoti &» wmmwwm0
Belting, Packing and Bolting Cloth, Grist Mills and Mill Stones.
Manila  Rope   and   Nails.
Agents for the Kirhy Mowers and Reapers, Russell's Threshers,
Haines' Headers, Cahoon's Seed Sowers.
HUTCHINSON'S   WINE   AND    CIDER    MILLS.
Collins*   and   Peoria   Steel   Plows.
Corner Front and Market Streets,
•   San Francisco.
Price per Single Copy, 15 Cents.]
ESTABLISHED JULY 20, 1856.
Snbscription,
NEWS LETTER
AND
DEVOTED TO THE
Leading Interests of California and the Pacific Coast.
DICKSON, CAMPBELL & CO.
OoamisMfrHi Henritanti
Corner Wharf and Johnson Streets,
wmmmEm w& $&
DICKSON,  DE WOJLYF &   CO.
Merchant Street, San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO  ADVERTISEMENTS.
Jl.. S. HALLIDIE Ac OO.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
IRON AND STEEL  WIRE ROPE.
ESTABLISHED   I3ST   1857-
Office and Depot, 519 Front Street, • • Works, North Beach,
Agents for R. S. NEWALL & CO., the well-known Wire Rope Manufacturers, of Newcastle on-Tyne. We keep a full assortment of their Wire Ropes on
hand of all sizes and lengths
In  Bond—or  Duty  I*&1<±.
MINING COMPANIES, FERRYMEN AND SHIPMASTERS
Are informed that "Wire Rope can be furnished them, considerably under the cost of
Hemp, or Manila Rope of equal strength, and we would call their attention to the following important pacts: Wire Rope does not stretch or shrink by change of weather;
it does not absorb water like Hemp or Manila Rope; it is as easily spliced under all circumstances ; it is from 3 to 5 times as durable as the best of Hemp or Manila Rope.
Iron Wiro Rope weighs 40 per cent, less than Hemp, and is less than one half the
diameter, for equal strength. Steel Wire Rope weighs 60 per cent, less than
Hemp, and is only one thii d the diameter tor equal strength.
Wire Rope is almost exclusively used by the leading Mining Companies and Ferrymen,
and thirty years experience has tested its merits and proven its great economy and superiority over any other kind of Rope for
SHIP'S STASNJDIMG R1GGS3MC.
Iron wire Hope,   i    From 1 to 6 inches in circumference, for hoisting from Mines,
Steel Wire Hope, f &c, &c.
Galvanized Iron Wire Rope, for Ferry Ropes, Guy Ropes, Ship's Standing
Rigging, &c.
IPlat Iron Wire Hope,  ) 2i*i| inch to 6X1 inch,
FTat Steel Wire Hope,  ) for hoisting from Mining Shafts.
Iron and Copper Wire Cord, ~)     } to J inch circumference, for hanging
with > Windows, Sashes, Pictures, Dumb Waiters,
Blake's Metallic Cord Sash FuUeys, ) Signal purposes, &c.
Galvanized Iron Wire Strand, £ to | inch diameter for fencing in land, &c.
Note.—Steel Wire Rope is about one third the weight of Hemp Rope of equal strength. Its extreme lightness effects quite a saving in freight to remote points. It is admirably adapted for Derrick Fall Ropes, and with suitable sheaves will outwear flvo or six other ropes, being as tough as
lead and as strong as steel. See following table of weights, strength, and sizes of different Rope of
the same strength:
IRON.
STEEL.
HEMP.
equivalent 1
strength.   1
Cir-
cum.
|   Ins.
1M
2H
3
Weight.
pr 100 ft.
40
90
138
Cir.
cum.
Ins.
Weight
pr 100 ft.
Cir-
1   cum.
Ins.
Weight.!
pr.100 ft;
Working
Load.
Pounds.
1M
2
2%
28
60
85
M
6
W
78
140
230
1.600
3.700
5.000
A full scale of weights and strength, with prices, can be obtained from any of
our Agents, or by sending to A. S. HALLIDIE & CO., who will forward the
same by return mail.   Wire of all kinds, for sale in lots to suit.
Galvanised and Ungalvanized Wire. Telegraph and Baling Wire.   Brass Wire.   Copper Wire.
WIRE     STTfiH^rEEKTSHOaST    BRIDGES.
We are prepared to contract for the erection of SUSPENSION BRIDGES
and AQUEDUCTS, guaran:eeing our work ; and can refer to the many Bridges
erected under the superintendence of A. S. Hallidib, C. E., during the last
eight years on this coast, of spans from 200 to 400 feet. g|
MATERIAL for Wire Suspension Bridge construction furnished low.
WIRE of all kinds constantly on hand. PH0T06RAPNIC ABTI8T,
FORT   STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I.
EVERT KIND OP
PHOTOGRAPHS  TAKEN,
Cartes de Yisite,  Ambrotypes,  Melainotypes,
Private Residences, Horses, &c.
N.B.—A Large and Beautiful Collection of Views taken in British Columbia,
and on the East and W est Coasts of Vancouver Island, Puget Sound, <fec.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF INDIANS MAT BE HAD AT THE GALLERT.
PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY MOBBING,
BY JAS. E, M'SIILLAN 1 CO.,
SMITH'S BUILDING* GOVERNMENT ST ,
VICTORIA, V? I.
JOB PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED.
CARDS, BILL-HEADS, PROGRAMMES, VISBTIN6 CARDS, &c,
Mark the Fleeting Shadow!
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
CORRECT   LIKENESS.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Begs leare loinform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Victoria, British Columbia
that he is now prep >red to execute all Orders he maybe fnvorod within tbe
most artistic manner.
The Far-famed ana justly Popular
CAETES   DE   VISITS,
Taken in unsurpassed  excellence of stvle.
Also, Ambrotypes, Melainotypes ; Miniatures Inserted in lockets
Brooches and Finger Rings Views of Residences, Ships, &c. taken
and satisfaction guaranteed.
GOVERNMENT STREET, (next the Theatre Royal.)    

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