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Array  R. T. WILLIAMS,
I PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL |
BOOK BINDER,
lUov't St., Vtctort«,B.c|     Fell & WLnl&y&Qnj
Importers of and Dealers in
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
-AND-
AL 3?AUAI WlfilMllSSllSa
Fort Street, Victoria, V. I.
nve always on hand an assortment of the Choicest Articles that can be
obtained, to rival the best Groceries on tbe Pacific Coast, and the best Wines.
Pull's Coffse will, npon trial, be found to have no equal.
JUl Goods, whether for the Royal Navy at Esquimalt, Merchant Ships,
Traders, of any part of the City of Suburbs, will be securely packed and
promptly delivered Free of Cost.
nrresh Eggs'and Butter received every week from the Outlying Districts
K@~ ALWAYS ASK FOR FELL'S COFFEE AT THE MINES ~W&
R. T. WILLIAMS, BOOKBINDER & RULER,
tostMf& Mmiat-tiT,
FOT7RTH ISSUE,
,— AHD -—,
BRITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE,
1871.
XjOisrnDoisrKioTJSE!
RETAIL—GOVERNMENT STREET,
*VV*±ioles£tle—WHarf street,
VICTORIA, B. C
Import tie Best Dry Goods, Millinery
...AND.,.
Fancy Goods of every Description,
And sell Wholesale or Retail at the most Reasonable rate*
London F*b« —J. P. Tbnstall & Co., 8 Bow Cbvrch Yard, London, 
STREET.
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
AND-»
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have all the facilities for supplying every article in, their line.
Keep on hand and en route sufficient to meet immediate orders.
Are prepared to furnish nearly evetty variety of Stationery in use, with
peculiarity of'ibrra required, including Printing, Raring andi Kiuditcgi
On hand—Admiralty Coast Charts, Photographic Albaras.,. Mathemetigal
Jnstitumeiits, fine Pocket Cutlery, Gold Pens, Copying Presses, Printing and
SVraj-ping Paper, Music-«-inan*sc«p.t and printed.
Receive subscriptions for Blackwood's Magazine, and the English Quart
teily Itevuwj.
' Have on hand the most standard and popular books upon science and Art,,
History,. Religion, Law, Medicine and Sc-hoois, Novels, JJaveJuta aud Tu.y
Jiuo-ks.
CORNER FORT & DOUGLAS STREETS,,
VICTORIA, B. C,
TEA AND COFFEE MEECHAKT.
JOHN YAUGHAIV*
BTJTCHEB-
FORT STREET, NEAR BLANCHARD ST., VICTORIA, B, C.
Shipping Supplied,
&
BUTCHERS,
^TJEEN'S    MAEKET,
(Corner, Government & Johnson streets.). VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Dispensing Chemist and Druggist,
IMPORTER OF
English Drugs, English and American Patent Medicines &
Perfumery-.
AI50, Manufacturer of Soda Water, Lemonade, Ginger Beer and Syrups.
ESP"" Orders left at the Drug store Johnson strees-, or at the Aerated Water
Works, corner of Cook and Ta-te3 street, will -receive prompt attentioc.
VICTORIA, B.C.
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LANGLEY   STREET.
L/Oids Richards Sf Charles Morion       -        -        Proprietors.
This old established basioess having teen purchased by tbe above, will
fee carried on wiih strict Tegard for the comfort of their Patrons, and tlte.j
hope by so doing to merit a continuance of the liberal share of Patronage
accorded to their Predecessor.
The scale of charges will be as before, viz :
Board and Lodging per week ,., S>5 to §6 50
" "      per day $1
Single Meals -oJ^cts. | Beds 5«cts..
The Bar is well supplied with the best Wines, Liquors, Ale, Porter and
Cigars.      jggF° A IPire-proof Safe in the SHouse Hia
WINES, SPIRITS AID CIGARS.
COR. OI< WADDING TON ALLEY£ YATES ST.
W. P. MARSH
PROPRIETOR
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A"ND DEALER IN
"Wharf street, Victoria, B. 0,
3© 9 YICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ffatctater, Jeweller ail Engraver,
Near St. Nicholas Hotel
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Cleaned, Tepaired and Warranted.
Every Description of Jewellery Made to Order
Plain and Ornamental Engraving Neatly Executed.
MASONIC   8UILDING,,
'G-cv^rnment   Street,
Victoria, V. I.
1^°" Chronometers, "Watches, Jewelry, Spectacles, Etc.
Repaired and Warranted.
Johnson street, opposite Oriental alley,
JAMES ORR,
Pioprietor,
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Of 1KP H
C0R. PORT AND WILCOX STREETS,
PROPRIETOR.
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SEALER  IN
SfiISS, EJQU81S 111 §!§*!§«
FAMILIES SUPPLIED VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS,
IMPORTERS OP
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CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES,
JOHNSON, STREWT, ■ VICTORIA, B. C
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS.
Gr-IFLT^NIB^TTnVL", BROS.,
DEALERS   IN   GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS,
 AND 	
GEN ERAL    MERCHANTS,
BARKERVILLE AND VAN WINKLE CREEK,
CARIBOO.
Victoria Nursery and Seed Establishment.
MITCHELL & JOHSTON,
NURSERY & SEEDSMEN, LANDSCAPE GARDENERS, &C.
Have always on hand Large and Select Stocks of
FRUIT TREES, BUSHES,  --^
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Roses, &e.
CHOICE GREENHOUSE PLANTS AND BULBS,
And every Garden requisite always in Stock
Agents for Messrs. Veitch $ Sons, London.
Seed Store Occidental Buildings. | Nursery Grounds Fort street.
ZPIJLIETO - PORTE
TUNER AND REGULATOR,
KANE STREET. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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VICTORIA.
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Fort street, above Douglas, Residence top of Fort street.
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iVE^S rfl"^ COR. OF BROUGHTON ST.
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Near the Theatre, Victoria, B. C.
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
Islstaad XjU.33o.Tooz- stud Spstrs?.
.   IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Rosewood and all Kinds of Dressed Lumber ,Mouldings,$c
' VICTORIA, V. I. "VICTOltlA ADVERTISEMENTS
O. M. SPROAT,
Lime Street Square, London.
M. T. JOHNSTON,
Victoria, B. CL
SPROAT A dOit
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
AGENTS FOR THE
Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool,
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.,
L OND ON.
VICTORIA, j3_ CL
«3RO. JAMES FINDLAY.
JOHN HENRY DURHAM.
J. H, BR0D3E
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IMPORTERS OF
600TB AND SHOES, BLANKETS, &C,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B, 0,
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LONDON OFFICE: 31 Great St. Helens, Bishopgate St,, London.
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VICTORIA VANCOUVER ISLAND.
{ Union Insurance Co., (Marine), of San Francisco.
AGENTS FOR -j  Buena Vista Vinicultural Society, of California.
{ Henry Brace & Co.'s Saddlery, Walsall, Great Britain
"Bold foil stock of staple imported goods.
Liberal advances made on approved merchandise shipped to their friende
in South Americrfj Sandwich Islands, Australia^ China and Europe, VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS'.
...-.■  THOS. WILSON & GO.,
IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH MERCHANDISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Sealers in Dry Goods, &c.
TJIA.SONIC   b v s & b s ET CJ-,
GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B. C.
.A.   Z   Xj   O   ZE& 7
GOVEKNMENT STEEET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
iUliUiuiiJj liUl£ijj miU IlLulnUliiiiU,
GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
This well-known Hotel has been enlarged by the addition of a Brick Building,
Witli Handsomely Furnished Bedrooms & Parlors,
Under the Supervision oj Madame Earnest
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FOR LADIES AND FAMILIES,
S. DRIARD, Proprietor.
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CORNER LANGLEY AND YATES STS.,
WM. MMSIgia     -     I     -     2FIE(Q)2P3EIE211,®2E.
THE BEST   '
iWIN£S. LIQUORS AND CIGARS DISPENSED.
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AT THE HEAD OP
^3® 12 S3 8® S3   S IF IB IS 8.7* FIRST
VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
4*
THIRD ISSUE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE,
COMPRISING A
KRS
ADELPHI SALOOK
I   COR, YATES AND GOVERNMENT STS., VICTORIA, B. C.
PATRICK MURPHY,
Proprietor.
BEST Oi
•Hifitos. Bsks aal Si|«»» co Wmk.
Virginia 4 Culm Warartmi,
DEALER IN
CIGARS, PIPES, PLAYING.CARDS^ETC.
ADELPHI CORNER, VICTORIA, B. 0.
VICTORIA, V. U
PUBLISHED BY E. MALLANDA1NE.
TO  BE OBTAlh'ED 07
T.X. HIBBEN & Co., and O.SPENCER, Victoria, V,  I., an& BooKSBttsa*
is Toronto and Mostrbal.
KBCCCLXXI. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS',
'.. ■   THOS. WILSON & CO.,
IMPORTERS OP ENWJSH MERCHANDISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Healers in Bry Goods, &c.
MASONIC   BTniiBIETG,
GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, B. C.
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This wel
With
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THE BEST
iWINSS. LIQUORS AND CIGARS DISPERSES).
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VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
ci\»
tshid issue.
BEITISH COLUMBIA GUIDE,
COMPKISING A
General Directory op Business-men and Householders
in victoria and the districts
WITH   FULL LISTS OP
EVERY IMPORTANT DISTRICT IN THE COLONY
ALSO,
AN OFFICIAL LIST, jig &C,
WITH
PREFACE AND STATISTICS
1871-
BY  EDWD.   MALLANDAINE.
ARCHITECT.
VICTORIA, V. U
PUBLISHED BY E. MALLANDAINE.
TO BE OBTAINED OF
T.N. HIBBEN & Co., and O.SPENCER, Victoria,  V,  I., and Bq-omsllm*"
in Toronto and Montrbal.
MDCCCLXXi.  FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
I860 Issue.—A proof of tbe spirit of enterprise which characterises the
colonists in British Columbia is atforded by the receipt in London (through
Mr. G. Street, of Cornhill), of the First Victoria Directory and British Columbia Guide." It comprises a directory of "business men and householders
in Victoria and the districts, including a larye portion of the mainland of.
British Columbia," together with other particulars,and is compiled and published by Mr. E. Mallaudaine, architect. A work of thi3 kind is no small
undertaking for a new place x>f limited dimensions.—Daily News.
PREFATORY REMARKS.
Two years have nearlv elapsed since this work last issued.
Many and important changes have occurred since then. "We
are now under the shadow of Confederation with the Dominion,to use a borrowed expression. Though often enthusiastically advocated, and as often pertinaciously rejected by its
opponents,Confederation mavbe regarded as an accomplished
fact. Become a Government measure, it was carried in the
Council. The report of the delegates sent to negotiate terms
and the address of the Queen thereon, were adopted simultaneously.
These terms will be found at length further on (A) a constitution followed inaugurating Responsible Government
with the first session,after Confederation nccomrjlished. The
7 A.
heads of the bill will be found following the terms. (B) It
may not be unnecessay here to add on an absorbing topic at
this end of the line, namely the terminus of our Pacific
Railway, a few words quoted from a letter by one who has
not unaptly been termed the "Great Overlander" Mr.
Alfred Waddington " Mr. John Roebling, he says, the engi-
neer of the Niagara bridge span 800 feet, cost £105 per lineal
foot,would not mind adapting the principle to a span of 2000
feet or more'' Nothing more need be said the greatest,
possible length not exceeding 1800 feet in one span required
for a railway to connect Vancouver and the mainland. A
better system even than Niagara bridge that of John Dredge,
carried out in many examples, would considerably reduce
the cost, with increased strength. PREFATORY REMARKS.
The labours of the Joint High Commission at "Washington have produced anything but satisfaction here. Great
fears are entertained on the San Juan question, as elsewhere
dissatisfaction on the fisheries question. Reliable maps have
been found in the archives of this colony, bearing the impress
of high official sanction in the United States, which clearly
cive San Juan and other islands over to the British.
a!    preamble.
During tbe last Session of she Legislative Council, the subject of tbe ad
mission af the Colony of British Columbia into tbe Union or Dominion of
Canada was taken into consideration, and a resolution on the subject was
agreed to, embodying the terms upon which it was proposed that this Colon/
should enter the Union.
At the close of the Session, delegates were sent by the Government of this
Colony to Canada, to confer with the Government of the Dominion with
respect to tbe admission, of British Columbia into the Unign upon the terms
proposed.
After considerable discussion by the delegates with the Members of the
Government of the Dominion of Canada, the Terms and Conditions hereinafter sdecified were adopted by a Committee of the Privy Council of Canada,
and were by them reported to the Governor General for his approval.
Such Terms were communicated to the Government of this Colony by the
Governor-General of Canada, in o dispatch dated July 7th, 1870? and are as
follow :
TEXT OF THE TERMS.
1. Canada shall be liable for the debts and liabilities of British Columbia
existing at the time of Union.
2. British Columbio not having incurred debts equal to those of tbe other
Provinces now constituting the Dominion shall be entitled to receive, by
half-yearly payments in advance from the General Government, interest at
the rate of five per cent, per annum on the difference between the actual
amount of it3 indebtedness per head of the population oi Nova Scotia and
New Brunswick ($27-77), the population of British Columbia being taken at
00,000.
3. The following sums shall be paid by Canada to British Columbia, for
the support of its Government and Legislature, to wit, an annual subsidy
of $35,000, and an annual grant equal to 80 cents per head of the said population of 60,000, both half-yearly in advance, such grant of 80 cents per
head to be augmented in proportion to the increase of population, as may be
shown by each subsequent decennial census, until the population amounts to
400,000 at which rate such grant shall thereafter remain, it being understood
that the first census be taken in the year 1881.
4. The Dominion shall provide an efficient mail service, fortnightly, by
steam communication between Victoria and San Francisco, and twice a week
between Victoria and Olympia; the Vessels to be adapted for the conveyance PREFATORY REMARKS.
of freight and passengers.
5. Canada will assume and defray the charges for the following Services-.—
A. Salary of the Lieutenant Governor.
B. Salaries and allowances of the Judges of the Supreme Courts and the
County and District Courts.
C. The charges in respect to the Department of Customs.
D. The Postal and Telegraph Services.
E. Protection and encouragement of Fisheries.
F. Provision for the Militia.
G. Lighthouses, Buoys, and Beacons, Shipwrecked Crews, Quarantine
and Marine Hospitals, including a Marine Hospital at Victoria.
H. Geological Survey.
I   The Penitentiary.
And such further changes as may be incident to and connected with the
services which by tue British North America Act of 1867 appertain to
the General Government, and as are or may be allowed to the other
Provinces.
6. Suitable Pensions such as shall be approved of by Her Majesty's Government shall be provided by the Government of the Dominion for those of
Her Majesty's Servants in the colony whose position and emoluments derived
therefrom would be affected by political changes on the admission of British
Columbia in the Dominion of Canada.
7. It is agreed that the^exiting Customs Tariff and Excise Duties shall
continue in force in British Columbia until the Railway from the Pacifio
Coast and tbe system of Railways in Canada are connected, unless the Legislature of British Columbia should sooner decide to accept the Tariff and
Excise Laws of Canada. When Customs and Excise Duties are, at the time
of the Union of British Columbia with Canada, leviable on any Goods,Wares
or Merchandise n British Columbia, or in the other Provinces of the Domin -
ion, those Goods, Wares, or Merchandise may, from and after the Union,be
imported into British Columbia from the Provinces now composing the
Dominion, or from either of those Provinces into British Columbia, on proof
of payment of the Customs or Excise Duties leviable thereon in the Province
of Exportation, and on the payment of such further amount (if any) of
Customs or Excise Duties as are leviable thereon in the Province of Importation. This arrangement to have no force or effect after the assimilation,
of the Tariff and Excise Duties of British Columbia with those of the Dominion,
9. British Columbia shall be entitled to be represented in the Senate by
Three Members, and by six Members in the House of Commons. The representation to be increased under the provisions of the M British North America
Act, 1867."
9 Tbe influence of the Dominion Government shall be used to secure the
continued maintenance of the Naval Station at Esquimalt.
10. The  provisions   of the   "British North America Act, 1867," shall
(except those parts thereof which are in the terms made, or by reasonable
intendment may be held to be specially applicable to and only affect one and
not the whole of the Provinces now comprising the Dominion, and except so
far as the same may be varied by this Minute) be applicable to British Columbia, in the same way and to the like extent as they apply to the othey PREFATORY REMARKS.
provinces Of the Dominion, and as if the Colony of British Columbia had
been one of the Provinces originally united by tbe said Act.
• 11. The Government af the Dominion undertake to secure the commencement, simultaneously, within two years from the date of the Union, of the
construction of a railway from the Pacific towards the Rocky Mountains,and
from such point as may be selected east of the Rocky Mountains, towards
the Pacific, to connect the Seaboard of British Columbia with the railway
system of Canada ; and further, to secure the completion of such railway
within ten years from the date of Union.
And the Government sf British Columbia agree to convey to the Dominion
Government, in tru3t, to be appropriated in such manner as the Dominion
Government may deem advisable in furtherance of tbe construction of the
said line of railway, a similar extent public lands along the line of railway
throughout its entire length in British Columbia, not to exceed, however, 20
miles on each side of the said line, as may be appropriated for tbe same purpose by the Dominion Government from the public lands in the North-West
Territories and the Province of Manitoba. Provided that the quantity of
land which may be held under pre-emption right or by Crown Grant within
the limits of the tract of land in British Colurabiato be so conveyed to the
Dominion Government, shall be made good to the Dominion from contiguous
public lands ; and provided further, that until (he commencerrent, within
two years as aforesaid from the date of Uniou, of the construction of the
said railway, the Government of British Columbia shall not sell or ame! enafe
any further portions of public lands of British Columbia in any o'her way
than under right of pre-emption, requiring actual residence of the pre-emptor
on the land claimed by him. In consideration of the land to be so conveyed
in aid of the construction of the said railway, the Dominion Government
agree to pay to British Columbia, from the date of Union, the sum of $100,-
000 per annum, in half-yearly payments in advance.
12. The Dominion Government shall guarantee the interest for ten years
from the date of the completion of the works, at the rate of five per centum
per annum, on such sum, not exceeding £100,000 sterling, as may be required for the construction of a first class Graving Dock at Esquimalt
13. The chargo of tbe Indians, and the trusteeship and management of the
Lands reserved for their use and benefit shall be assumed by the Dominion
Government, and a policy as liberal as that hiherto pursued by the British
Columbia Government shall be continued by the Dominion Government after
the Union.
To'carry out such policy, tracts of land of such extent as it has hitherto
been the practice of the British Columbia Government to appropriate for that
purpose, shall from time to time be conveyed by the Local Government to
the Dominion Governmet in trust for the use and benefit of the Indians on
application of the Dominion Government; and in case of disagreement between the two Governments respecting the quantity of such tracts of Land to
be so granted, the matter shall be referred for the decision of the Secretary
of State for the Colonies.
15. T,he Constitution of the Executive Authority and of the Legislature Of
Biitish Columbia shall, subject to the provision of the "British North America Act, 1867," continue as existing at the time of the Union until altered PREFATORY REMARKS.
under the Authority of the said Act, it being at the same time understood'
that theGovernment or'tfie Dominion shall readi'y consent to the introduction
of Responsible Government when desired by the inhabitants of British Columbia, and it being likewise understood that it is the intention of the Governor of British Columbia, under the authority of the Secretary of State for
the Coloni'S.to amend the existing Constitution of the Legislature by providing that a majority of i>s members shall be elective.
The Union shall take effect according to the foregoing terms and conditions on such day as Her Majesty by and with the advice of Her. Most Honour-
aisle Privy Council may appoint (on addresses from the Legislature of the
Colony of British Columbia, and of the Houses of Parliament of Canada, in
Teims of the 14C.h action of the "British North America Act, 1867,) and
British Columbia may in its addresses specify the Electoral Districts* for
which the first election of Members to serve in the House of Commons shall
take place.
* Electoral Districts.
District of Victoria.—Lake No
rth oaaoic
h.   South   Saanich,   Espuimalt
(including Metchosin and Highland Districts), Sook, Salt Spring, and Cowichan (including Somenos Quamacnan, Comiaken, Shawingan, and Che-
mainis.)
District of Nanaimo.—Nanaimo (including Mountain, Cedar, Cranberry
and Coraox.)
District op New Westminster.—New Westminster city and suburbs,
Langley, Chilliwack and Eurrard Inlet.
District of Yale —Yale, Hope, Rock Creek, Lytton, Nicola Lake' Cache
Creek, Kamloops and Okanagan.
District of Lillooet.—Lillooet, Clinton, 21-Mile House, Canoe Creek and
Lake La Hache.
District of  Kootenay.—Wild   Horse  Creek,  Perry  Creek  and French
Creek.
Disttrict of Cariboo.—Barkerville, Lightning Creek, Keithley Creek,
Quesnelmouth, Williams Lake and Omineca.
City of Victoria District.—Not divided.
And New Westminster City District.    Cowichan District.
Comox District.    Esquimalt District. See Constitution Act, 1871.
BRITISH COLUMBIA  UNDER CONFEDERATION.
The Local Government has to provide       -     - $236,073 75
The Dominion Government has to pay   -       -   282,301 96
The estimated revenue of B. Columbia for 1871 is 533,950 00
The Dominion Government takes   -       -    . -   363,500 00
Local revenue left
170,450 00 PREFATORY REMARKS.
Subsidies bvtheDominion Government
212,908 00
Total revenue of British Columbia - - 383,358 00
Amount at present appropriated by B. Columbia
Government - - - - - 235,073 00
Balance in favour of British Columbia yet unap-	
propriated 147,285 00
[B.]   THE CONSTITUTION ACT, 1871.
Comprises 49 sections and a schedule.
By Sec. 8, the Executive Council shall not exceed five ]">er-
sons such as the Governor shall think fit, including in the
first instance, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney Gen.
and Commissioner of Lands and Works By See. 4, in case of
vacancy by death, resignation, etc., the Governor may appoint substitutes during pleasure, and prescribe their duties.
The duties of present Executive officers shall be those of the
new Council so far as not repugnant to this act. Sec. 5
By Sees. 6 and 7 a Legislative Assembly may be established
consisting of 25 members; all of whom shall be elected from
12 electoral districts (see above) all legislation shall be subject
to the ''British JSTorth America Act, 1767," or to any order
of Her Majesty in Council or any act of Parliament passed
to effect Confederation with Canada. JSTo person holding
any office of emolument shall be eligible as member of the
Assembly, but members of the Executive Council not disqualified for Assembly, provided elected while holding such
office. Sees. 8 & 9. Any disqualified member sitting and
voting shall forfeit $2000 each day, recoverable by action of
debt or information. Sees. 10,11,12. All existing laws with
respect to voters and members, unless absolutely repugnant
to this Act, shall remain in force. Sec. 13. In the absence
of dissolution by the Governor, members shall hold their
seats during four years and no longer. Sec. 16. Sees. 23,
24 and 25 provide that nine members including the Speaker
shall constitute a quorum; the majority of votes present
shall carry any measure, a casting vote by the Speaker in
case of tie.   Sees 38 to 42 provide for the payment of mem- PREFATORY REMARKS.
hers $5 a day for a period of 50 days and 15 cents per mile
eoinsr and coming from the place of residence of each mem-
ber to the House of Assembly. By Sec. 43 the omission or
neglect to elect, a member in any district shall not invalidate
the Assembly or its proceedings. By See. 44 the immunities
and privileges of members shall not exceed those of the
British House of Commons. The appointment to public
offices shall rest with the Governor and the Executive Council, except to the Executwe Council itself. This act to be
construed as subject to all the provisions of British Isorth
America Act, 1867.
The Directory wi.ll be found to contain this year:
An alphabetical list of names chiefly of Victoria City and
the immediately  adjoining  districts but interspersed
with those of leading business men in other districts;
Lists of names of every district in the Colony as accurate
as the imperfect means at command would allow, headed with statistical remarks:
Postal Rates for British Columbia ;
A page  devoted   to  imports and exports for 1870.;
The British Columbia and Dominion Tariffs in Parallel
columns;
A Census sheet of the population, followed by Agricultiiial
Statistics for the Colony;
A List of officials with salaries :
Which
Together   with   the   copy    of   the   terms  and   other
matter contained  in this Preface,  will afford, the author
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FORT ST., EAST OF DOUGLAS ST., VICTORIA. -AJLIPH-A-IBETiaAXi
LIST OF NAMES.
Abernethv. Mrs. Mahela. Kane street
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Alexander R. II., empl Hastings Mill, Burrard Inlet
Austin Joel John, should r<a<l....-John Joe
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Barnett A. Wallis, empl. T. W. Eastman
Bawden Alfred, farmer. K Saanich
Bone Thos., furniture dealer, Yates street
Cameron David...  Lightning Creek, should read Esquimalt
Clarke Mrs.. Berlin and fancy store, Fort street
Carr R... .should read Wharf street
Constantino M., carpenter. Fort street
Devereux Capt   lohii. Col'insou street
Ellard J., merchant, New Westminster
Graham John, clerk in charge of Treasury, Government st^
: Grelley F., wine and sp'rit merchant, etc. Wharf street
Han bury Dr., should he Allen Dr, British garr. San Juan
Nicholson C. A., page 30, should read J C.
Plummer & Pagden ... .should read Wharf street
Kaymur J. A . should be Hastings mill A not V I. A B. Cmill
Robson J., editor "Daily British Colonist," res Pandora st.
\ Shakespeare Noah, photographer, Government street
Sleele P., liquor dealer, Bastion street
*Tuzo 11. Atkin, should read II  Atkinson
Todd J. II., merchant, Barkerville
Vinter J. G., Lieut, and Adj., V. R. V., Fort street
Waitt H. "W., should be M. W.
Young J. Judson, Clerk Col. Sec. office, res. James' Bay
Ah Sam, market gardener, Fairfield Estate
Ah Taie, store-keeper, cor. Cormorant street and Oriental
alley
Ah Yew, labourer, Cormorant street
Aikman, H. B. "Willson, (see Drake, Jackson & Aikman)
res. Pandora street
Aitken, Rev. "W., M. A., Presbyterian mission, Nanaimo
Allard, Louis, (see Hautier & Allard) VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENT.
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FORT ST., EAST OF DOUGLAS ST., VICTORIA. LIST OF NAMES
Abernethy, Mrs. Mahela, Kane street, Victoria
Adair, John, Miner, Cariboo
Adamant, Stephen, labourer, "W. road, South Saanich
Adams, John R. miner, Douglas street
Adams, Daniel Fowler, builder and contractor, Douglas st.
Adler, —, Oriental Hotel
Ah Chew, market garden, Cedar hill road
Ah Chew, labourer, Government street
Ah Cue, labourer, Yates street
Ah Click & Wo Chin, store-keepers, Cormorant street
Ah Ching, labourer, Fisgard street
Ah Ching, labourer, Cormorant street
Ah Few, labourer, Cormorant street
Ah Feau, labourer, Cormorant street
Ah Fong, pig-feeder, Cormorant street
Ah Fou, wood-dealer, Douglas street
Ah Hau, market gardener, Mount Tolmie cross-road
Ah King, fisherman,' Cormorant street
Ah King, labourer, Government street
Ah Loun, cigar maker, Johnson street
Ah Lee, labourer, Cormorant street
Ah Liu, labourer, Cormorant street
Ah Ling, market gardener, Rifle Road, Victoria dist.
Ah Sam, washing, Johnson street
Ah Sam, labourer, Government street
Ah Shue, labouier Government street ,
Ah Sui, labourer-, Cormorant street
Ah Sing, market gardener, Cedar Hill road
Ah Chang, market gardener, Cedar Hill road
Ah See, market gardener Mount Tolmie cross-road
Ah Sun, market gardener, Mount Tolmie cross-road
Ah Kwi, market gardener Fairfield Estate
Ah Sam, market gardener, Fairfield Estate
Ah Taie, store-keeper, cor. Cormorant street and Oriental
alley
Ah Yew, labourer, Cormorant street
Aikman, H. B. Willson, (see Drake, Jackson A Aikman)
res. Pandora street
Aitken, Rev. "W., M. A., Presbyterian mission, Nanaimo
Allard, Louis, (see Hautier & Allard) FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
3°:istrar
deeds, Su-
Allatt, Thos. Smith, builder, Fort street
Allen, J., school-master at New Westminster
Alep, Geo., Athens market, Goveinment street
Alexander, Henry, pattern maker, Store street
Alexander, Forest, res. View street
Alexander, Charles, farmer, E. road South Saanich
Allsop, Thos., land agent, Government street
Allport, C. A., employ Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo
Alsfbrd, —, labourer, W. road, N. Saanh'
Aiston, E. Graham,   barrister-at-law, R(
preme Court
Alston, Peter, farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Andean, Wm., variety store, Government street
Anderson, Alex. Caulfield, J. P., N. Saanich
Anderson, Jas. R., employ Findlay Durham A Co..
Anderson, Alex., with A. C. Anderson
Anderson, Elijah Howe, outfitter, Johnson street
Anderson, C. C, labourer, Store street
Anderson, Wm., miner, Store street
Andersen, "Wm., cabinet maker, near Government street
Anderson, Robert, farmer, Loch End, Victoria dist.
Anderson, John, with R. Anderson
Anderson, Geo. J., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Andrew, John A., clerk H. B. Co., res. Fort street
Andrews, R., employ S. R. W. W. Co.
Andrews, James, shoe maker
Andrews, R. J. W., empl. J. T. Dunlop
Angela College, See Index
Ankars, Thos., ship carpenter, Chatham street
Archambaut, A., trader, San Juan
Ackermann, John, farmer Salt Spring Island
Armour, James, empl. W. G. Bowman
Armstrong, W. J., importer etc., New Westminster
Armstrong W., bar-keeper, Johnson street
Arnaud, James, wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Arnold, Thomas, miner, Johnson street
Artenar, Adolphe, employ S Driard
Arthur, Wm., Ship Hotel, Esquimalt
Ash, John, M. D., Fort street
Askew, Geo. T., farmer, and spar dealer, Chemainus
Astrico, Andrew, Pacific Telegraph Hotel
Astrico, Constantine, empl. A. Astrico
Attwood, Mrs., school and teacher of music, Douglas street
Auger, Nicholas, farmer, Burnside road
Auger, Joshua, with N. Auger
Auger, Peter, labourer, Burnside road
Austen, Joseph, Fort street near Douglas
• FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Austen, Robert Howe, Agent, Fort street
Austin Joel John, Clerk Land Office res. Quadra st.
Bacon, Mrs C. A., res. Humboldt street
agnail John, pianoforte maker and tuner, Yates street
iailey Madison F., plasterer, Meares street
ailey Nicholas C, Parsons' Bridge Hotel
aillie Mrs. Margaret, private boarding, Fort street
aker T. J., accountant, Yates street
ukcr John T., clerk
aker Charles, engineer, Johnson street
aker Nicholas, Johnson street
aker Richard, farmer, Mt. Tolmie cross-road
aker jr. R., with R. Baker
aker W, with R. Baker
aker Michael, market gardener, Cadboro Bay road
aker George, market garden, Foul Bay road
aker J., Oriental hotel
aldein Mrs. Catherine, Fisgard street
ales J. Chestney, (see Jay & Bales) res. Indian Reserve
alls Charles, empl. G. C. Gerow
alls Geo. empl. J. G. McKay
aruard F. Jones, express office, Yates street,  res. Pandora
street
Barnard C. Francis, M. D., dentist, Douglas street
Barnett — labourer E. road N. Saanich
Baronovich W., fur trader, Store street
Barron Jas. R., blacksmith, Cormorant street
Barron Mrs. D. F., Meares street
Barron D. F. cabinet maker, Nanaimo
Barry Thomas, drayman, Yates street
Barry John, bootmaker, Blanchard street
Barry jr. John, empl. R. Maynard
Barry Miss, infant school, Blanchard street
Bartleman Peter, blacksmith, W\ road S. Saanich
Bawden Alfred, farmer, W. road S. Saanich
Beaven Robert, clothier, Government street
Beck Wm., London Hotel, Johnson street
Becker R. John, (see Geiger A Becker) res. Fort street
Beckinscham George, res. North Park street
Beckwell Jas., empl. Yv~. C. Bryant
Bedard Joseph, labourer, empl. Mrs. Carter
Begbie Matthew Baillie, Chief Justice B. C.? res. Cormorant street
Begg John, carpenter, Johnson street
Bell Frank, farmer, Burnside road
Bell James, miner, Kane street- FlRSr VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Bellamy Mrs., Esquimalt town
Bennett Andrew Jackson, farmer, N. Saanich
Bent Geo., Fort street
Berkely W. C, clerk in treasury, res Dallas road
Beswick Abel, wood dealer, Cormorant street
Bevis A. H. Fisgard light, Esquimalt dist.
Bibby John, tinsmith, empl. J. J. Dickson
Bigne John, Oriental restaurant, Yates street
Bishop Robt; attorney-at-law, Bastion street
Bissell John empl S. Kelly
Bissect Jas. chief factor H B Co. res. James Bay
Blackbourn Joseph, stock grower, Thompson river
Bland James, Halfway House Esquimalt road
Bland J. W., Esquimalt town
Blenkinsop Geo , empl, K McKenzie, Craigflower
Blequire Matthew, res. Esquimalt road
Blinkhorn Mrs Annie, res Fort street
Bloomfield Chas. police constable, James Bay
Blum Leopold, Magasin francais, Johnson street
BIy James. Cormorant street
Booth Benj., farmer, W. Road, Lake dist.
Boardman G. W., miner, Gordon street
Bocion Paul, manfactnrer syrups and cordials Johnson street
Bolus John, empl. S. Nesbitt
Bond Geo., empl. H. B. Co., res. Johnson street
Bond Willis, contractor, Quadra street
Bond Thos., furniture store cor. Yates and Douglas streets
Bonwiek Charles, engineer, Rae street
Booker J. G. C, Temperance Hotel
Booth Wm., farmer, res. Esquimalt Road
Booth John, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Booth Geo. H., steward steamer Douglas, res. Douglas st.
Booth Sam. J., teamster Brodrick's wharf
Booth Edwd. A. teamster, Fort street
Borthwick Ralph, miner Omineca
Borthwick Mrs., res. James' Bay
Boscowitz Joseph, fur dealer, Fort street
Bossi Carlo, provision dealer, Johnson and Government sts
Bossi G., empl. C. Bossi
Bossi G., California Saloon, Johnson street
Bosworth'Bavid, baker, Johnson street
Bosworth Wm., empl. D. Bosworth
Bouillet E., empl. P. Corbuaiere
Bourke G., labourer, Victoria Gas Works
Bowden Dr. T. J. Mills, dentist, Government street
Bowden W"., Inspector of police, Pandora street
Bowker J. S., farmer, Mt Tolmie cross-road
■ FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Bowles R., Yates street
Bowman Wm. Gile, livery stable, Yates street
Bowman Mrs, private boarding ~5£ates street
Bowman Frederick, res. View street
Bradbury J.W., farmer,cross-roads S. Saanich
Bradbury J., labourer, Lake dist
Bradford Thos., Wharf street
Bradley H., Humboldt street
Bradley Joseph, seaman View street
Brady P., empl. H. Mansell
Brauch Saml., miner, N. Park street
Bowrcn John, postman and librarian, Camerontown
• Brabant Rev. A., St. Louis College
Bravermann Isador, cigar, tobacco dealer, Yates street
Brayfield Chas., labourer, Esquimalt dist
Brew Tomkins, revenue officer and constable Burrard Inlet
Briaia Emanuel, empl. W. C. S. Seeley
Briggs T. H., Camerontown, Williams Creek
Brodie J. H., (see Findlay, Durham A Brodie) res. Rae st.
Brookmau W., Navy Yard., Esquimalt
Brousfield Mich.j with F. Augusturs
BIG BEND NAMES, see Index
Brousseau A., lessee Quesnelle fer±y
Brown G. H. Wilson, farmer, res. Rae street
Brown Mrs. Wilson, church bank academy Rae street
Brown Mrg. E., Meares street
Brown Capt Geo., Johnson street
Brown Chas. Berry, wood dealer, Esquimalt road
Brown Chas. Monaghan, farmer, Metchosin dist.
Brown Geo*, sloop Thornton, res. Johnson street
Brown William, Fort street
Brown W., cabinet maker, Fisgard street
Brown James, ship carpenter, Pandora street
Brown J. 0., compositor Colonist office
Brown E* M., compositor do
Brown John, carpenter, Store street
Brown Henry, empl. Victoria House
Brown Robert, farmer, W. road N. Saanich
Brown H., market garden, Foul Bay road
Brown Robt. A., accountant, Barkerville
Brown & Gillis-, Occidental Hotel, Quesnelle
Brown E., wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Brule J. B., farmer, Sooke
Bryant W> C, farrier, Johnson street
Bryant J. D.> farmer, E. road S. Saanich FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Bryant Rev. C, Wesleyan mission, New Westminster
Bryden J., empl. Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo
Bryden J., miner, Caribop
Buck Geo. E., empl. J. Cowper
Bucket W., labourer, Esquimalt
Buckwer Armstead, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Buler Asbury, variety store, Government street
Bullen Jonathan, plasterer, Heraid street
Bullock W., farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Burgess F., plasterer, res. Saanich road
Burkin Geo., farmer, Lake dis\
Burnaby Robt., land agent, Gov't, street
Burns James, (see Dwyer A Burns)
Burns J., (see Edwards A Burns)
Burnes T. J., American Hotel, Yates street
Burr W. II., importer and dealer, New Westminster
Burrell Robt, accountant bank British North America
Burrough W. G., tailor, Oriental alley
Burroughs John, dairyman, Pakinffton street
Burstow Henry, pony express, Humboldt street
Burfc Stephen S., grocer and baker, Government street
Bunte John, empl. J. Sehl
Bunster Arthur, M. L. C, brewer, Johnson street
Bunting C. E., cabinet maker, Yates street
Bushell F. S., pianoforte tuner, res. Kane street
Bushell Mrs., private boarding, Kane street
Butchear Fred., farmer, E. Road N. Saanich
Butler Geo. S., farmer, S. Saanich
Butler Mrs., school, S. Saanich
Butler Robert, printer, Government Gazette- office
.Buie Bros., store, Lytton
Bushby Hon. Arthur T., postmaster
S. M. County Court judge
Butts H.,.labourer, Esquimalt dist.
Byrn Stavert, empl. Standard office
Byrnes Geo., deputy sheiff, Camerontown
Brodrick A Co., R., coaldealers, bonded warehouseme and
a'gts for N.P.T. Co.'s S. S. line,Union and City Whaves
Cahn H., Johnson street
Caire A Grancini, hardware merchants, Wharf street
Cake Thos. labourer, Johnson street
Calderch, butcher, Johnson street
Calderch Alex., clerk in treasury, res. Fort street
Calvert P., 4-mile .house, Craigflower
Cameron A Hyde, Beaver Pass House
Cameron David, Belmont Lagoon, Lightning Creek
Cameron Duncan, labourer, James' Bay
gen,
New Westminster FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Campbell Frank, cigar store, Adelphi corner
Campbell John, hotel keeper, Bonaparte River
Campbell Alex., labourer, Esquimalt district
Camsusa M., empl. A. Casamayou
Carey Jos. W., City Councillor, res. Rae street
Carne Fred, miner, Omineca
Carne Mrs., Pioneer street
Cargotich Peter, trader, Skeenamouth
Carlossi Antonio, Store street
Carmichael J. H., empl. telegraph office
Carr Richard, commission merchant
Carr R. R., empl. Wm. Craswell
Carter Pa "
Carter jr. Paris
Carter Mrs. farmer
Carter John empl. Mrs.  Carter
Carrington Thos., furniture dealer, Fort street
Carroll Hon. R. W. W., M. L. C, M. E. C, Barkerville
Casab'an H., empl. S. Driard
Casamayou & Co. A., importers and commission merchants
Yates street
Caselton R., empl. J. Rueff
Casse Francois, labourer, Burnside road
Castle Martin, baker, Johnson street
empl. L. Franklin
empl. C. II. Charity
Saanich. road
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Caulier H. Skipton, commission merchant, Wharf street
Chadwick, Thos., "Blue Post," Johnson street
Chambers Coote Molloy,empl. Moody A Co's Lumber Mil
Chang Lee, agent Kwong Lee A Co., Barkerville
Chancey D., carpenter, Store street
Charity Cornelius H , bootmaker Government street
Charity W. B. empl. C. II. Charity
Charles W. ch. tra. cashier H. B. Co., res. Fort street
Charters W. B., blacksmith, Wharf street, res. Sooke
Charters John Fagan, farmer, Sooke
Chauveau Thos., in charge French hospital
Chick Henry, brewery, Yates street
Child Henry, grocer, Pandora and Broad streets
Ching Fun, Dr., Cormorant street
Chipp John, MiD., Barkerville
Chong, labourer, Cormorant street
Chong Kee, labourer Cormorant street
Christiansen J., mariner, James' Bay
Christopher Aug., carman, res. Point Ellis
Clanton R. T., clothier, Yates street
Clark, Philip H, res. View street
Clarke Wm., carpenter, Yates street 8
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Clarke C. D., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Clarke W., master Sir J. Douglas, res, Kane street
Claveris Alexis, farmer, Cadboro Bay road
Claudet T. G., gov. assay office, New Westminster
Clayton John, nurseryman, Moss street
Clemens John, labourer, Burnside road
Cloake Isaac, farmer, N. Saanich
Clute, J. S., importer and general dealer. New Westminster
Coan, market garden, Rifle road
Caesar Richard, hair dresser etc., Yates street
Cogan H., farmer, Craigflower
Cohen A Hoffman, merchauts Barkerville and Quesnelle
Cohen Lewis, (see Cohen A Hoffman)
Cohen, Samuel
Cohen H. M., clothier, Johnson street
Coles W., blacksmith, Johnson street
Coles Geo. farmer, Metchosin
Coleman F., empl. H. Schultz
Coleman Geo., "Prince of Wales," Government street
Collegiate School—Principal Rev. F B Gribell; assistant
master, Thos. Nicholson
Collins Jas., Store street
Colley Wm., labourer, S. Saanich
Colston Robt., private messenger, James' Bay
Colwell D., hand .cart, Wharf street
COMUX NAMES see Index
Connell John, clerk Colonial Secretary's office
Cook Wm., labourer, Burnside road
Cook Geo., farmer, Metchosin
Cook Geo., washing, View street
Cook Geo., empl Bates' store, forks of Quesnelle
Cook Robert, teamster, Store street
Cook Robert, carpenter
Cooness Stacey, teamster, Johnson street
Cooper Barney, James' Bay Bridge
Cooper James, res. Cadboro Bay road
Copeland S. steward str. Enterprise
Copland Richard, Quebec street
Corbiniere Prosper, grocer, Yates street
Coulter David, drayman, cor. Cook and Yates street
Courtney Henry Clapen, attorney-at-law,Langley street, res*
Pandora street
Couves Augustus "Brown Jug" Fort street
COWICHAN NAMES see Index FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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K\nvper Jesse, boot and shoe dealer, Yates street
"Cox, Mrs. Annie, Blanchard street
Cox W. H., market garden, Oakland
Cracow II., labourer, N. Saanich
Cruigg J. Augustus, theatre photographic gallery
Craigie Thos., labourer, Esquimalt dist
Crarey Robert, farmer, Lake dist.
CARIBOO NAME
see
Index
Craswell Wm., Belmont saloon, Government street
Cr tuvelli, P., fruit and provision dealer Johnson street
Crate A. F*, farmer, Cowichan
Crate Adolphus. with A. F. Crate
Crease Henry Pering Pellew, Puisne Judge,  B.   C, re*.
James' Bay
Cridge Very Rev. E., Dean Christ Church Cathedral res,
Rae street
Cridge John Allen, empl. T. Shotbolt
Crimp Jas. L., empl. J. II. Todd, Cariboo
Crockford W., empl. C. Gowen, brewer
Crofton II., empl. G. Steely
Ciogan Fred., gardener, Frederick street
Crosson Mrs. J., res. Rae street
Crown Heiurich, farmer, N. Saanich
Crowther Rich. Atkin, carver and gilder, Yates street
Crowther John, painter, Yates street
Crump Jas., tinsmith, Johnson street
Cummings John, empl. L. Zeigler
Cunningham A Hankin, general store, Skeena
Cunningham Robt, (see Cunningham A Hankin)
Cunningham J. J., importer and general dealer New Wstr.
Cut now W., Rock Bay House, Point Ellis
Curry Thos., prop. Oakland Hotel, Cedar Hill road
Cuvereau Pierre, farmer, Cedar Hill road
City Council—A. Rocke Robertson,  Mayor; Yates street,
Wwrd, Jas. E. McMillan, W, Heatborn ; Johnson  street  Ward,   John
Ruesel'jG. C. G?row ; James Bay Ward, J. W. Carey, D. Spencer.
Dalby, Wilson & Co., saddlery harness and trunk manufacturers Government street
Dalby Wm., (see Dalby, Wilson A Co) res. Pandora street
Dale David, labourer, N. Park street
Dale Victor, Pandora street
"Daudridge John, labourer, Johnson street
Dare J., empl. W. Arthur, Esquimalt town
Darsonville E., empl. S. Driard
Davey A. W., carpenter, Fort street
Davie J. C, M. D., Langley street, res. Douglas street 10
FIRST VICTuRIA DIRECTORY.
Davie Alex., E. B., attorney-at-law, Occidental building
Davie Theodore, empl. R. Bishop
D ale II., farmer, Somenos dist
Davies A Co., J. P., auctioneers, Wharf street
Davies J. P., (see J. P. D. A Co.)
Davies Joshua, empl. J. P. Davies A Co.
Davies Henry, empl. do
Davies David,   empl. do
Davies Joseph, assistant foreman, Standard office
Davis John, James' Bay
Davis T., Humboldt street
Davis H F., miner, Yates street
Davis J., photographer, New Westminster
Davison W., watchmaker, Barkerville
Dawson H., labourer, Johnson street
Dawson James, whaling co., Store street
Dawson W., telegraph operator, San Juan
Dawson P. Septimus, of Dawson Whaling Co., res. Store st.
Dean W., ship carpenter, Store street
Dean Solomon, farmer, E. road, S. Saanich
Deans Geo., farmer, Oakvale, Victoria dist.
Deans Jas., farmer, Victoria dist
Dearberg T. J , compositor, Colonist office
Deas John Sullivan, tinsmith and dealer in hardware, Fwrt
street
DeCosmos A Long, proprietors   Victoria Daily Standard,
Government street
Deeks Geo., farmer, S. Saanich
Deffis Mons. B., professor of languages, Barkerville
Deighton J., wine and liquor merchant New Westminster
Delacombe Capt, British garrison, San Juan
Demers Rt Rev. Modeste, R. C. mission, res. Humboldt st
Denegri Jean, fruiterer, etc., Johnson street
Dennell F., Store street
Dennett Jos., labourer, Fisgard street
Denny Wm., manager Victoria House, res. Pandora street
DeNouvion A Kurtz, traders, Barker, ille
Derrick Rev. Thos., Wesleyan Mission, Barkerville
Dewsnap Joseph, pound keeper, Alfred street
D'Herbomez Rt. Rev., R. C. mission, New Westminster
Dickinson Edwd., empf. Findlay, Durham A Brodie
Dickinson Frank, New Westminster
Dickinson Robert, butcher, New Westminster
Dickson John, tinsmith and dealer in stoves, Yates street
Dickson John, labourer, N. Saanich
Dietrich Jos.,empl. J. Frain
Dietz Geo, (see Moody Deitz A Nelson), Burrard Inlet FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTOR Y
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Dillon Miles, empl. J. Larman
Doane J. Homer, Rae street
Dobbin T. S., cierk Navy Yard, Esquimau
Dock S., labourer, Store street
Dodd Martin, the Gorge Retreat, Victoria arm
Dodgson Lewis, farmer, Twin Oak Farm
Dods Thos., cooper v'c ualingNavy Yard, Esquimalt
Dods Archibald, farmer, Cowichan proper
Donald Edwin, res. James Bay
Donaldson Alex, steamer Store street
Dooling Barthol, fireman, steamer Ent-rprise
Doran John, "Coach and Horses" near Esquimalt
Dorman John, miner, James' Bay
Doscher H. W., washing Pembroke street
Dougall John, moulder, Fisgard street
Doughty Geo ,  brushmaker, Fort street
Doughty Jas., with G. Doughty
Douglas Sir Jas., K. C. B., res. James' Bay
Douglas W. T., drayman, View street
Douglas A., seaman. Store street
Downer R. L., storeman, Navy Yard, Esquimalt
Downey J. J.-, farmei, N. Saanich
Downs Richard, N. Park street
Drake, Jackson & Aikman, solicitors and notaries public,
Bastion street
Drake Montague W. Tyrrwhitt, (see Drake, Jackson & Aikman), res. Point Ellis
Driard Sosthenes, prop. Colonial Hotel
Drummond J. S., t n mith, dealer in stoves, etc., res. Raest
Duck A Sandover, carriage and waggon builders, Gov't st
Duck Simeon, (see Duck & Sandover^
Duck E., Herald street
Dun lop J. T., livery stable, Broad street
Dunn E. D.,
Dunn Jas. farmer, Esqnimalt dist.
Dunstan J, labourer, Esquimalt town
Dupont Chas., farmer, Cadboro Bay road
Durance John, farmer. Lake dist.
Dutnall Geo., farmer, Albert head, Esquimalt dist.
Dutnall John, drayman, Wharf street
Duros Philip, labourer, James Bay
Duvall W., labourer, empl. Mrs. Carter
Dwyer A Burns, liquor saloon, Yates street
Dwyer Joseph (see D. A Burns)
Earl Wm., carpenter, Kane street
Earle Thos., empl. J. RuefF, res. Douglas street IS
First Victoria Directory.
Eastman Thos, butcher, Johnson street, res. Victoria
Eckstein Leon, hotel and store, S. Saanich
Eckstein David, U. S. Consul, office, Langley street
Edmonds H. V. auctioneer, etc., New Wrestminster
Edwards J. E., farmer, N. Saanich
Edwards R., miner, Discovery street
Edwards W., constable, New Westminster
Edwards David (see Burns A Edwards)
Elford Robt, carpenter, Cadhoro Bay road
Elford W., market garden Cadboro Bay road
Ella H. B., pilot, Fort street
Elliott J© lathan, milk ranch, Beacon Hill park
Elliott A. 0. high sheriff, res. Fort street
Elliott W. A., steamboat engineer, res. James Bay
Elliott Mrs. Hannah, res. Chatham st
Ellory Geo., tripe dealer, Spring Ridge
Elm'Ore Martin P. merchant Quesne'l j
Elvin Geo,, mariner, Esquimalt road
Enffelhardt J., empl. R. Brodrick -& Cok
En nor Joseph, carpenter, Discovery street
Erb A Loewen, Victoria Brewery, Government street
Erb —, (see Erb A Loewen)
E^sener Joseph, tuner and builder, Fort street
Estes Howard, farmer, S. Saanich
Estes JacksouA., farmer, S. Saanich
ESQUIMALT NAMES see Index
Ettershank John, mariner, Store street
Evans W...pork butcher, Fort street
Evans W., empk Roscoe, Tye A Co
Evans Benj., farmer, Cook street
Evans Dudley, empl. Wells, Fargo & Co., res. Yates  street
Everett Patrick, "Horse and Jockey" Esquimalt road
Fairhead Walter, driver, Yates street
Fardon G. R., photographer, Langley street
Farr Joseph, (see Robertson & Farr)
Farrall Patrick, constable Beechy street
Farron W. P., Pandora street
Farwell Stanthrope, (see Mohun A Farwell
Fasanaro D., restaurant keeper
Fawcett Thos Lea, upholsterer, G^v't. st,
Fawcett Rowland W. empl T L Fawcett
Fawcett Edgar, do do
Fee David F, engineer, sts. Enterprise
Feillct Jean, blacksmith, Johnson street FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Feck Matthew, clerk H. B. Co., Fort Rupert
Finlayson B., ch. fac. II. B. Co. resid Saanich road
Fell & Finlayson, grocers and tea dealers, Fort street
Fell Jas., (see Fell. A Finlayson) res. Broaa street
•Fell Fred., Omineca
Fellows Alfred, iron and hardware dealer, Yates street
Felix J, cook, steamer Enterprise
Ferguson Thos., farmer, N. Saanich-
Ftuchs P., empl. W. Lohse
Field W., carpenter, Government street
Finch D. B., Captain steamer Olympia
Findlay, Durham & Brodie,importers and wholesale dealers
in dry goods and clothing, Wharf street
Findlay Geo., J., (see F., Durham & Brodie) res. Rae st.
Finlaison C. S. customhouse department, New Westminster
Finlayson John.(see Fell A Finlayson
Fish Robt. A Jas., farmers, Lake dist.
Fisher A Lawrence, farmers, Esquimalt dist
Fisher W. R., (see F. A Lawrence)
Fisher A., blacksmith, Chatham street
Fisher W., Esquimalt
Fisher J B., cashier Bank of British Columbia
Fisher W., (see Holbrook Fisher & Co.)
Fiterre J. P., (see Grelley & Fiterre) les. Cormorant street
Eitz-allen John, farmer, Cordova Bay
Fleming Capt. J. R., steamer Lillooet, New Westminster
Fleming Mrs., res. with Mrs. Bowman
Fletcher C, blacksmith, Store street
Fletcher F., empl. W. B. Townsend
Flett John, cooper H. B. Co., Yates street
Flewin Thos, porter, empl. Lowe, Stahlschmidt A Co
Foley Wrm., labourer, Craigflower
Foot Wm., farmer, Lake dist.
Force Wm., tailor, Yates street
Ford Mrs. S. S., dressmaker, Pandora street
Ford John S., empl. J. W. Williams
Forrnan H., teamster, James' Bay
Forsyth John, James' Bay
Foster C, bootmaker, Alfred street
Foster Robt, stone cutter, Point Ellis
Fox Geo., cutler and saw sharpener, Government street
Fox Mrs., res. Saanich road
Frain Jas., wood and coal dealer, Store street
Francis Allen, fur trader, res. Pandora street
Francis Abner Hunt, grocer, fruiterer, etc. Fort street
Francis James, farmer, Lake dist.
Francis Matthew, farmer, Esquimalt dist 14
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Franklin Lumley, auctioneer, Yates street
Franklin W. A. printer, Quebec street
Fraser Wm., clerk Bank of British Colombia
Fraser Donaldr ftirmer, Metchosin dist.
Fraser Wm. labourer, Cedar Hill road
Fredison Daniel, farmer, Lake dist
Friedman Jos., prop. St. Nicholas Hotel
Freeman Thos. Palmer, variety store, Johnson street
Frye Geo., tide waiter,. Custom house, res. Saanich road
Fnglep8 W., empl. Erb A Loewen
Fuller Wm., Oriental hotel
Fuller Sam. carpenter, San Juan Island
Fulton Thos , farmer, Metchosin dist.
Furze John, labourer, Burnside road
Finnerty John, farmer, Mount Tolmie cro§s-roa&
Finnerty Michael, do- do
Gabriel L., empl. T. Harris
Gagnon P., miner, Johnson street
Galley Wm., miner, Saanich road
Ganion F., farmer, Sooke dist.
Gant Mrs. Catherine, Pioneer street
Gardner W., pilot, James- Bay
Gardner W. A., empl. A. McLeans
Garesche F , agent Wells, Fargo & Co., res. James' Bay
Gastineau John, C. E. and Surveyor, Humboldt street
Gaudin Robt., ship carpenter, Collinson street
Geiger, Becker A Co., hair dressers, San Francisco  Saloon
Geiger Thos., (see Geiger, Becker A Co.x res. View street
Gerard Peter, teamster, Store street
Gerittssen John, grocer, etc., Humboldt street
Germansen J., miner,, Omineca
Gerow A Johnson, Cariboo express office, Government st.
Gerow Gidfeon C"., waggon and carriage builder,   Gov't,  st.
Ghurka H., empl. Jos. Boscowitz
Gibbon W., Reid. (see H. T. Mann A Ce.)
Gibbs Mifflin Wistar, James' Bay
Gibbs W., school teacher, Lake dist., res. Langley street
Gibson W., grocer, Yates street
Gibson Jas., brewer, empl. A. Bunster
Giesselmann. Chas., teamster, Collinson street
Giffin T. H., (see Townsend A Giffin)
Gilligan Patrick, Mountaineer saloon
Gillis Hugh (see Brown & Gillis) Store street
Gilmore Alex., merchant tailor, Government street
Gilmore W., labourer, Muirs' lumber mills
Girod A Guichon, merchants, Quesnelle, FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Girod Jean, (see G. & Guichon)
Guichon Laurent, (see Girod & G.)
Glassey John, reporter Standard office1
Gleed Thos., fetTwier, Metchosin
Glendenny W., Oriental hotel
Glide Henry, drayman, James' Bay
Godding John, empl. Mansell & Holroyd
Gohr Chas., farmer, Esquimalt lagoon
Golden Thos., liquor dealer, res. Government street
Golden Chas., butcher, Pacific Telegraph hotel -
Golledge Rieh.y Esquimalt dist.
Good Chas., assistant Colonial Secretary, res. Dallas road?
Good H. Berkeley, clerk Police Court, res. James' Bay
Goodacre Lawrence, empl. Stafford A Hickin
Goodacre John, butcher, res. Broad street
Goode Geo., bricklayer, Pacific Telegraph hotel
Goodfellow John, Bank British N. America, Barkerville
Gorrie Thos., fancy store,. Fort street
-Gordon T., labourer, Saanich Road
Gosnell Jos., grocei etc., Douglas street
Goudie Jas., saw sharpener, Fort street
Goudie J. J., empl. J. Greig, S. Saanichi
Gowen Chas.,. brewer, Yates street
Grahame Jas.. A., chief factor. H. B» Cos,- res. Bastion- street
Grahame Jas., clerk H. B. Co-
Graham Joseph, collector and agent, Broad street
Grahamslaw Jas.,. contractor, and builder, Yates street res.
Pandora street"
Grancini Ernaldini, (see Caire & Grancini),. res. Douglas st.
Grant Geo., clerk Bank British N-. America
Gravelle F., farmer,. Sooke-
Gray A. B., importer of staple dry goods,  Government st.
Gray W., labourer, N- Saanieh
Greaver D>. F., agent Lane & Kurtz Co., office J. P. Davies-
A Co., res. Victoria
Green Bros., photographers, Fort street
Green AshdOwn,. Surveyor C. E., Nanaimo
Green Fred. Walter, Surveyor and C. E., Broughton st.
res. Beechy street
Green Bros., "Steamboat Exchange," Esquimalt
Green David, clothier, Government street
Green Geo. R., (see Green Bros.,) Fort street
Green Rowland E.. (see Green Bros.,} Fort street
Green C. T.,. carpenter,, (see Green Bros.,) Esquimaltc
Green A. R.. (see Green Bros.) Esquimalt.
Greenhalgh J. labourer, S. Saanich.
G reenwood. Mrs.,/Vancouver, street 16
First victoria directory.
"Greenwood J. K., porter, empl. Millard A Beedy
Greep John, police constable, the Barracks
Greig John, farmer, S. Saanich
Gribbell Rev. Frank B., principal of Collegiate School and
rector St. Paul, Esquimalt
"Gribble John, farmer, Metchosin
Grier D., miner Cariboo
Griffin Benj. Pitt, "Boomerang Inn," Langley street
Gregory Wm., gardener, James' Bay
Grool Thos., packer, Store street
Grala David,  James' Bay bridge
Grunbaum Bros., pro vision and clothing store, Johnson st
Grunbaum H., (see G. Bros.)
Grunbaum E., (see G. Bros.)
Grunbaum Bros., merchants, Barkerville
Guild N. II., merchant Quadra street
Gullion 0. F., labourer, Herald street
•Gustafsen Julius, empl. A. W. Piper
Guthrie Thos., miner, Yates street
Hadley Wm., porter, Custom House
Haley Robt, miner, Leech river
Hale'W., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Hall Mrs. Richard, Chatham street
Hall jr., Richard, empl. W. Denny
Hall John, compositor, Standard office
Hall Thomas, feed store, Yates street
Hall Philip J., Broad street
Hall J., Oriental hotel
Hamilton Gavin, clerk H. B. Co., New Caledonia
Hamilton Mrs. A., dressmaker, Fort street
Hamley Hon. Wymond, Collector of Customs, res. Rae st
Han bury Dr., British garrison, San Juan
Hankey J., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Hankin Hon. P. J., Col. Sect'y., res. Dallas road
Hankin Thos., (see Cunningham & Hankin)
Hankinson J., carpenter, San Juan
Hannam Geo., labourer, Esquimalt dist
Hardisty Geo., purser steamer Enterprise
Hardisty Jo's., chief trader H. B. Co., Fort Shepherd
Hardy W., empl. F. Augustus
Hardy Wm. R., blacksmith, Humboldt street
Harris Thos., butcher, Government street, res. Broad street
Harris Saml., clothier, Johnson street
Harris Saml., hotel, Cowichan
Harris Wm., fireman, Johnson street
Harris J., empl. F. Reynolds FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Harper Gaston, labourer, Discovery street
Harrison Eli, painter and decorator, res. -Cadfeoro Bay road
Harrison jr., Eli, office Pearkes & Johnson
Harrison Geo., farmer, S. Saanich
Harrison Wm., empl. Fell A Finlayson
fjlarrison Wm., foreman, Spring Ridge Water Works
Harrison Wm., empl. A- W. Piper
Hart Michael, special officer, -Store street
Hart Ockley, empl. W. Heathorn
llartnagel A. Cook, res. View street
Harvey  Rout,  wholesale department,  J. H. Turner, res.
Spring Ridge
lHarvey W, clerk H. B. Co., Yale
pllaskell Capt., commanding American gariison, San
llautier & Allard, hotel keepers, Lytton
Ilautier Louis, (see Hautier & Allard)
Hawkins A., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Hawkins Geo, labourer, Esquimalt dist.
IHawkins G. F., empl. J. T. Howard, Esquimalt
Hayes Mrs. Rosa, Johnson street
Haynes Geo., empl. Burrard Inlet mills
JIaynes Wm., bandmaster V. R. Corps, res. James' Bay
Hayward A Jenkinson, contractors and builders
Hayward Chas., (see Hayward and Jenkinson)
Heal John, farmer, Lake dist.
Heal jr., John, empl. A. Gilmore
Heath Chas. Howard, (see Boyd A Heath)
JU£
n
jathorn W., bootmaker, Government street
Gor-
Heistermann H. F-, Land Agent, Bastion street,  res.
don street
Helgeson Hans L., farmer, Metchosin, dist
Helmeken John Sebastian, M. L. C, M. E. C, Bastion  st,
res. James' Bay
Hemingway Geo., res. Broad street
Henly Henry, hotel, Clover Point
Hep worth Jas., empl. A, Gilmore
Hernn Thos., blacksmith, Government street
Herring Sam., hotel keeper, New Westminster
Herring W., clerk, New Westminster
Hener Geo., empl. Dalby, Wilson & Co.
Hewlings John Quantriek, librarian Mechanics' Institute
Heywood Jos., dealer in pork and hams, res Fort street
Hibben A Co., T. N., stationers and booksellers,   Gov't,  st.
Hibben T. Napier, (see T. N. Hibben & Co.) res. Pandora st
Hick Wm., carpenter
Hick Geo., miner, N. Park street
Hicks Robt., labourer, Saanich road IS
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
ra st.
Hickin Geo., (see Stafford A Hickin)
Hicklin Benj. farmer, Lake dist
Iliggins David W., prop. B'riti h Colonist, res. Pandorf
Higgs Geo., farmer, W. road S. Saanich
Hildebrand.E., tailor, cor. Fort and Douglas streets
Hillier Wm., farmer, Lake dist
Hind A., groom, Fort street
Hink J., empl. C. D. Clarke, Cedar Hill road
Hitchcock W., Government assay office,  New Westminster
Hodges Thos., baker, etc., Doualas street
Hodgson John, labourer, N. Saanich
Hoffman Abraham (see Cohen A Hoffman)
Iloffmeister A., trader, San Juan
Hogan H., wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Holbrook, Fisher A Co., general and commission merchants
Few Westminster
Holden J., farmer, S. Saanich, E. road
Holloway Robt., prop. Cariboo Sentinel, Barkerville
Holmes Thos. R., audit office, res. Kane street
Holmes Peter, butcher
Holmes Alex., empl'. F. Reynolds
Holness Jas., empl. Stafford A Hickin, Victoria dist.
Holroyd Ward, (see Mansell A Holroyd
Bomfray Robt., C. E., and Surveyor, res. Trounce Allej
HOPE NAMES, see Index
Hop Sing, washing, Trounce alley
Horie Jol.n, farmer, Lake dist.
Home W., blacksmith, Cormorant street
Home A. G., empl. H. B. Co.
Horris Rev. E. M, J., R. C. mission, New Westminster
Home Jos., clerk H. B. Co., Comux
Hornsb.v Sam., plasterer, Johnson street
Horth Chas. W., empl. F. Reynolds, Yates street
Horton Robt. H., empl. H. B. Co., res. James Bay
Hosking Solomon, prop. Temperance Hotel
Hocking J., empl. N. C. Bailey
How, empl. Ty Chong
How Chong, makef gaiden, Fairfield estate
Howkins E., labourer, St. Laurence street, James' Bay
Howarth H., tinsmith, empl. J. S. Drummond
Howse A. R.. clerk Land Office, res. James' Bay
-Hubbock Thos., empl. Findlay,-Durham A Brodie
Hudson G. R., empl. W. McNiffe
Hughes Lewis, empl. A. Gilmore
Hughes Bich., labourer Burnside road FIRST VICTORIA D1RECSDEY.
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HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY—Chief Factors, Victoria :
James A. Grabame, Esq., Roderick Finlay-on, Esq.
Victoria Office—Accountant, A. Munro -T Cashier, Wm. Chnrlps ; Chief
Trader ; C.erks : J. H. Lawson, John A. Andrew, J. 0. Grahame, P.
J. Leech.
Store—A. McKenzie in charge ; Assistants, David Work, Donald M'-Kay;
John Boyd. Depot: James Bissetc, Chief Trader in charge; Cork,
O. Thorne. Wh-irf: James Jack, in charge; Clerk, Gordon Lockerby}
Toll Collector, George Bond ; Indian Trade Shop, Robert. fior.on in
charge.
Esqitimalt Stor«: and Wharf—Clerk, W. T. Livock, in charge.
Stations— Fort Langley, 0. Allard, Clerk ; Furt Hope, J. Yates, in charge.
Quesnelle, K Williams. Barkerville, J. M. Wark, chief trader ; Hugh
Ross, Clerk. New Caledonia, Thomas Charles, Chiet Trader : Wm.
Sanson and Hamilton Moff»ttr Chief Traders : Gavin Hamilton, Cl< rk ;
J. M. Alexander, Clerk ; Ferdinand McKinzie, Cleik ; Charle3 Ogden,
j lerk. Semilkameen, John Tait, Olerk.' Karnloops J..Mt Kenzie,Cloik,
G. R   Layton.    Fort  Simpson,   C.   F.  Morrison,   Clerk, tort Rupert.
'.: JitMatihew Feak, Clerk.    Comux, Joseph Borne, Clerk.
Rt^ameiS—"Enterprise," J. Swanson, Master ;   George H
'■Otter," Herbert Lewis, Master, J. Smith, Purser.
irdisty Purs
:; i (    i'er, S. Saanicn
assistant gaoler, res. Pandora street
Hughes J. C, empl. Moody's mills
1 lumber Morris, bricklayer, Courtney street
Hunt Wrm., farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Hunter A. W., empl. W. Beck, London hotel
Hunter J., surveyor, Barkerville
Hunter Richard, constable, Esquimalt town
Hurd Edmond, empl. J. R. Stewart
Hurrell Henry, painter, empl. E. Harrison
Huston Guy, gun and lock smith, Yates street
Hung Gee, market garden, Mt. Tclmie cross-road
Ilutcheson Jas., (see Wallace A Hutchesonx.
Hurchins W
Hutchinson John W.
liuxtable W., grocer, Fort street
Hyde G. Norman, carpenter, Store street
Uyde G., (see Cameron & Hyde)
Ibbotson James, Herald street
Ibbotson Sam., Herald street
Igo Dennis, labourer, Store street
In man Lieut., British garrison, San Juan
Lmis Thomas Newman, labourer, View street
Insley J., steamboat pilot, New Westminster
loyal Rev Father, 0. M. I., New Westminster
Irvine Jas., usher Supreme Court, res. James' Bay
Irvine John, farmer, Cedar Hill road
Irvine Robt., labeurer, Cedar Hill road
Irvine A., labourer, Cadboro Bay road
Irving Peter, farmer, Metchosin
Irving jr., Peter, farmer, Metchosin 20
F:R1T MCICR'A DIRECTORY.
Irving Wm., farmer Metchosin
Irving Capt. Wm., strs. Reliance and Onward, New Westa.
Irving Robt., labourer, Saanich road
Isaacs Wm., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Isbester J., labourer, Esquimalt
Jack James, H. B. Co's. wharf, Victoria
Jackson E. H., farmer, Cedar Hill
Jackson Dr. W., Royal hospital
Jackson Bobt. Edwin (see Drake, Jackson A Aikman) res*
Richardson street
Jackson W. H., farmer, S. Saanich
Jackson T. H., bootmaker, Government street
Jackson John, cattle dealer, Eane street
Jackson jr., John, empl W. Heathorn
JacksonOliver, empl. J. S. Drummond
Jamieson Rev* T., Presbyterian mission, New Westminster
James John, attorney, at Jaw, New Westminster
James Thomas, warehouseman, res. Amelia street
Jarvis J., labourer, N. Saanich
Jay & Bales, nurserymen and seedmen, Yates street
Jay Geo., (see Jay A Bales) res. Cook street
-Jaques Geo., empl. E. H. Anderson A Co.
Jaques J., machinist, Pacific Telegraph hotel
Jeffrey Rich., labourer, Gas Works
Jeffray Miss, empl. J. H. Turner, A Co.
Jeffries A Miles, store keepers, Mosquito creek
Jenkins B. M., labourer, Mount Tolmie cross-road
Jenkinson Robt., (see Hayward A Jenkinson) res. Fort st.
Jenkinson George, grocer, eta, Fort street
Jenns Rev. PercivahRector parish of St. Johns res. Douglas
Jennings J. G., general store, Antler Creek [street
Jessop John, school teacher, Yates street
Jim, (Chinamaa) empl. H. B. Co., Discovery street
Johns Edwin, farmer, E. road N. Saanich
Johns Robt., labourer, S. Saanich
Johnson Edwin (see Pearkes & Johnson)
Johnson Adam, farmer, Lake dist.
Johnson J. B., office steward, Trounce Alley
Johnson Geo., miner
Johnson Mrs., Happy valley Metchosin dist.
Johnson Mrs, English Bazaar, Government street
Johnston Matthew T.,   (see Sproat & Co.) res. road to Cary
Castle
Johnson Philip T., (see Mitchell A Johnston) res. Humboldt
street
Johnston Jas., nightwatchman, Meares street FTRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Johnston W labourer, Lake dist.
JolliboisJ., farmer, Burnside road
Jollibois P. labourer,        do
Jones C. Septimus, clerk Bank British Columbia
Jones Wm. McNaughton, M. D., Nanaimo
Jones Mrs. Margaret, Victoria
Jones Wm., carpenter, Saanich road
Jones Thos., boat builder
Jones John Craven, farmer,
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Salt
Spring Island
osephs J., city messenger, Johnson street
Jourdin Vincent, W. side Store street
Jungermann J. L,, watchmaker and jeweler,  Government
street, res. Humboldt street
Kammerer Christian W., empl. T. N. Hibben A Co.
J. S
teeHl
•., empl.
3t Arthur, {see Stuart & Keast) res Pandora st
J\.ast
Keat
Keayes G. C, miner, Omineca
Keenan N. C, miner, Yates street
Keil James, carpenter, Store street
Kelly John, steward Royal Hospital, New Westminster
Kelly S., tinsmith A stove dealer, Yates st., res. Pandora st.'
Kelly James, farmer, res. Collinson street
Kene Wm., empl., Robinson & McDonnell
Kennedy Jas. T. res. Scoresby street
Kent Chas., empl. Edgar Marvin, res. Yates street
Keogh or Keehoe, H., teamster, Johnson street
Keong, market garden, Rifle Road, Victoria dist.
Ker  Robt., Audit General, res. Foul Bay road
Key, market garden, Rifle road
Keyser J. W., furniture and fancy store Government st. and
Keyser A. F., empl. J. W. Keyser [Yates st.
Kibblowhite H., farmer, Sooke dist.
Kim Wah, washing Government street and Esquimalt town
King J. H., Mousquetaires Saloon, Johnson street
King C. J., milk ranch, Foul Bay road
King; Jabez, with C. J. King
King S. E., milk ranch,. James' Bay
King H., farmer, Cedar Hill road
King Thos., empl. T. Carrington
King J., labourer, Cormorant street
Kinsman J., bricklayer and builder, Saanich road
Kirley Rev. P, R. C. mission, Humboldt street
Kirsop Geo., mason, Fort street
KOOTENAY NAMES see Index, 22
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Kopp Vincent, trader, Fort Hope
Kriemler John, farmer, Esquimalt and Lake distircts, res..
Krusa, carpenter, steamer Emily Harris-        [Cormorant'st.
Kurtz David, (see DeNouvion A Kurtz)
Kwong Chang, agent Kwong Lee A Co., Barkerville
KwongLee A Co., merchants, Cormorant street, and Ques-
nellemouth. and Barkerville
Kyle Geo.-, stone-cutter, Fort street
Labelle B., labourer, Mt. Tolmie cross-road
Lachapelle J., boat builder, James Bay bridge, res. Esq. rd.
Lachaux M., French laundry, Chatham street
Ladner T. E., logging contractor, New Westminster
Lafleur, A., labourer, Mt. Tolmie cross-road
Lagin Jas., Oriental hotel
Latryte J., French bakery, Johnson street
Laidlaw Wm., miner, Temperance hotel
Laing Robt., ship builder, James' Bay
Landers Jas., draughtsman, Land office
Landon J., farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Lane A Kurtz, gold mining Co., Cariboo
Lane Charles C, (see Lane A Kurtz) res.  Humboldt street
Landvoigt J., merchant, Hope
Lange G'ustavus W. A., watchmaker and jeweller,  Yates-
street, res. Fisgard street
Lange Wm.,. empl.. G. W. A. Lange
Langley A Co. C, chemists and druggists, Yates street
Langley A. J., (see C. Langley & Co.,) res. Foul Bay road
Larkin John, pressman, Colonist office
Larman James, bootmaker, Government street
Lascelles James, labourer, Cedar Hill road-
Lavender Joseph, empl. John Taylor
Lawless Jos., faimer, Salt Spring Island
Lawrence Geo., water carrier, View street
Lawrence John, (see Fisher A Lawrence)
Lawson W. cashier Bank of British N. America
Lawson J. H., clerk H. B. C, Victoria.
Lawson John, miner, Yates street
Lawson Chas., engineer, Kane street
Lawson Robt., painter, Humboldt street?
Lawson W. G., painter, Yates street
Lay, washing, Yates street
Layton G. R, clerk H. B. CO; K<amloops;
Leash Chas., farmer, Cedar Hill road.
Leach John., carpenter, Yates" street
Leavitt John, Victoria
Leblanc A., labourer, Mt. Tolmie crossroad! FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Lebrun J., empl. Oriental Restaurant
Leclere N. A., farmer, Cedar hill N. Saanich
Leclere N., farmer, cross-road road
Leech P. J., empl. H. B. Co., Victoria
Legassiz P., labourer, Hill-side Farm
Lee Ong, with Chong A Tong Hop
Lee Pong, agent Kwong Lee, Victoria
Lee Shang, cigar and tobacco dealer, Cormorant street
Lee Sun, cook, Cormorant street
Lee Thos., dairyman and hop gro-wei?, Cadboro' Bay road
Leggatt & Sword, stock growers, Madsqui dist. Fra3er R,.
Leggatt Geo., (see Leggatt & Sword)
Leggatt C. J-, empl. Drake, Jackson A Aikman
Lee Toy, cook, Cormorant street
Lee Wong, butcher, Cormorant street
Leigk Wm., clerk City Council, res. James'-Bay
Leiarh Wm., T., accountant, View street
Leigh Chas., steamer hand. Johnson street
LeLouis Felix,, cooper, H. B. Co., Wm Humboldt street
Lelievre Lyndon, master Ctaigflower-school
Lemliu Chas. A. Barnard's express agent, Thompson River
Leneveu David, seed and feed store, Wharf st. res. Store st.
Lester Peter, Vancouver street
Lester Fred Douglas, farmer, S. Saanich.
Lester jr.,. Peter, painter, Vancouver street
Let ice Robt., (see Lettice & Mitchell) res. Fort street
Levy Joseph, prop. Arcade Oyster  Saloon, Government st..
Levy John, empl. J. Levy
Levy A. B., empl. J. Levy-
Levy Emmanuel, Government street
Levy Mrs., confectionery and fruit store Gov't st.
Lewin Heiman, cigar and tobacco* store, Yates street
Lewin Mareus^, empl., H.. Lewin
Lewis Herbert, E>, master steamer Otter, res.  James'  Bay-
Lewis John C, labourer, Johnson street
Lewis Lewis, clothier, res. Johnson street
Lewis Richard, architect, Government and Broughton sts*.
Bewis T. P., farmer, S. Saanich;
Liddell Mrs., nurse, Quadra street
Liddell John, empl. Duck A Sandover,-
LILLOET CLINTON^ NAMES see Index;
Lindsay Geo;, farmer; Lake dist.
Lineker T. H., accountant, Discovery street
Li nvers Antonio,. W. side Store street
Lipsett John,, miner, Pandora, street 24
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Lindhart, (see Beedy A Lindhart)
Livock W. T., in charge H. B. Co.'s store. Esquimalt
Boat Ctu\, empl. V. I. and B. C sawmill, Burrard Inlet
Lockhart J., Oriental hotel
Lockhart J. H. empl. saw mills, Burrard Inlet
Lockerby Gordon, empl. H. B. Co., Victoria
Loewen Jos (see Erb & Lowen)
Lohse Wm., Bank Exbhange Saloon, Yates street
Lombard Chas., empl. Caire A Grancini
Long Thos. Holmes, (see DeCosmos A Long,) res. Fort street
Long David, (see Thomas A Long)
.Longhurst J., empl. P. Steel, Bastion street
Loveil Jos. B., trader, Mosquito and Lightning Creeks
Lovett Jsseph, saloon, O-overnment street, res. Blanchard st
Lowe, Stahlschmidt A Co., commission, merchants and importers, Wharf street
Lowe J., (see Lowe, Stahlschmidt & Co.) res. Humboldt st.
Lowe Thos., commission merchant, Wharf st., res Fort st.
Lowenberg L., land agent, Government st, res. Cormorant
Loyne W., farmer, Pacific Telegraph hotel [street
Lung Kee, Kwong Lee A Co., Cormorant street
Lush W., Ten-pin alley, Government street
Luxon Geo., farmer, W. road S. Saanich
Lydgate Duncan, farmer, cross-road Saanich
Lydgate Wm., labourer, S. Saanich
Lyne Henry, Colonist carrier
LYTTON NAMES, see Index
Macdonald W. J., J. P., res. Gordon street
Macdonald Duncan, farmer S. Saanich
Madden J., empl. A. J. Works, Store street
Madden Jos., labourer, N. Saanich
Mady Jas., Royal hotel, Fort street
Mahoney Mrs., private boarding house, Broughton street
Maitre Mdme., groceries, etc., cor. Johnson and Broad sts.
Major C. G., importer and dealer, New Westminster
Mallandaine Edwd., architect, Government st., res. Rae st.
Maltby Rich, and Thos., farmers, Highland dist.
Mandart Rev. Jos., V. G., prin. St. Louis college res. Collin-
Manetta P., branch store, Lightning Creek [son st.
Mann A Co., H. T., saddlers and harness makers, Fort street
Mann H. T., (see H. T. Mann & Co., res. Broad street
Mansell Henry, bootmaker, Government street
Mansell A Holroyd, furniture store, Fort street
Mansell Geo., (see Mansell & Holroyd)
Man Sing, washing etc., Esquimalt town FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Mansfield J., Oriental hotel
Manson Phineas, fish curer
•Manson John Duncan, farmer, Lake dist.
Manson Wm., ch. tra. H. B. Co., New Caledonia
Manwell Geo., miner. Pandora street
.Mara J. A., merchant, Big Bend
Maringowitch M., empl. P. Murphy
Marcore Ixcavier, farmer, S. Saanich |
Maroney Edward, farmer, Cadboro' Bay road
Marsh W. P., Phoenix saloon, Yates street
Marshall W., barkeeper, Yates street
Martin T., James' Bay Bridge
Martin J., labourer, N. Saanich
Martin T , Esquimalt road
Mirtin A. J., general dealer, mariner, res. Johnson st.,
Marvin E. B., ship chandler and sailmaker, Wharf street
Marvin Edgar, iron and hardware store, Wharf street
Marwick IX. D., in charge, H. B. Co , No'rth Dairy farm
Marwiek Jas. D., labourer, View street
Maslin Thos. W., labourer, Lion Brewery,
fMason George, bar-keeper, res. Humboldt st.
Mason Jesse, Mason street
Mason Henry Slye, attorney-at-lay, res. James' Bay
Matthews J. Beauchanp, M. R. C. S., Langley street
Matthews Chas., empl. C. H. Charity
Mayer A Co A., merchant, Nanaimo
Mav'eran J. B., (see Casamayou A Co.) res. Yates street
Maynard Rich., bootmaker, Fort street
Maynard Geo. H., bootmaker, Fort street
Maynard Mrs., photographer, Johnson street
McBride J., gaoler, New Westminster
McCall W., assist, assayer, Barkerville
McCarthy J., police constable, Fort street
McCarthy P., labourer, Mt. Tolmie cross-road
McCrea W. H. clerk Custom house, res. Rae street
McCulloch W. F., clerk, New Westminster
McCulloch Thos., general store, Store street
McCulloch W., pilot, James' Bay
McCullum, packer, Savana's ferry
McCormack W., empl. W. Steinberger
McCreight J. F., barrister-at-law,   Gov't, st.," res. Jas.' Bay
McDonald J. N., ship carpenter, Herald street
McDonald Benj., lumberman, Kamloops
McDonald Mrs. J., res. Fort street
McDowell John, carpenter, View street
McDowell Joseph, water carrier, Yates street
McDougall J., ship carpenter, Store street FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
McDonnell A. J., tailor, Government street
McDonnell R. J., (see Robinson A McDonnell) res. Gov't, st.
McFarlane P., empl., Gerow & Johnson, Government st.
McFarlane J., empl. G. Stelly
McGregor Rev. S., Presbyterian mission, res. James' Bay
McGu'cken^Rev. Father, St. Patricks' Church, Barkerville
McHugh Henry, farmer, S. Saanich and Fisgard st.
McHugh jr. Henry,     do do do
McHugh Wm., with H. McHugh
Mclmrie Peter A Mcllmoyl James, farmers, N. Saauich
Mcintosh Jas-, master str. Emily.Harris
Mclntyre A., labourer, Esquimalt dist., res. Fort street
McKenzie Kenneth, farmer and navy contractor, Lake Hill
Farm and Craigflower
McKenzie jr. Kenneth, clerk Navy Yard, EsquimaLt
McKenzie C. C. master Cedar Hill school;
McKenzie B., labourer Saanich road
McKenzie George, farmer, Esquimalt dist.
McKenzie G., empl. L. Eckstein
McKenzie A. in charge store H. B. Co., Victoria
McKenzie Ferdinand, clerk H..B. Co., New Caledonian
McKenzie J. clerk II. B; Co., Kamleops
McKay J, W., chief factor, H. B. Co., Yale-
McKay Donald, empl. H..B. Co , Victoria.
McKay Mrs. J. G., Rae street
McKay W.. plasterer, Amelia- street
McKay Robt, miner, Store street
McKeon A Trehart, props. Oriental hotel, Yates street
McKeon W., (see McKeon A Trehart) res
McKeon Walter, miner, Leachs' rooms-
McKeon John, miner, Yates street.
McKinnon J., res. Saanich road.
McLean A., miner, Yates street
McLean Alex., clothier, Scotch house, Fort street
McLinden Anthony, (see McWha A McLinden)
McMickihg R H.,te.'egraph operator,and Barnard's express
agent, Yates street, res> Fort street
McMillan Jas. E., foreman. Standardoffice,res. Cormorant st,
McMillan Wm. T., compositor Standard office
McMiDan Jesse, farmer, S. Saanich E. road
McNeil tiaffc W. H., Foul Bay road.
McNeil II., F@ul Bay road
McNeil Alfred, empl. F'. Reynolds-
McNiffe Wmv,.G'rorto< Saloon, Government street
McPheil Angus, labourer, S. Saanioh
McTeigh John drayman, Discovery street
McTiernan J., feed store, Government street-
Do usrlas str<
i.eer McQuade Peter, ship chandler, Wharf street, res. R'ae street
McQuade Edward, empl. Peter McQuade
McWha W., hotel keeper, Lytton
McWha A McLinden, general store Grouse creek
McWoollahan J., labourer,-Mt. Tolmie cross-road5
Meaeh W., president Bed-rock Flume Co., Barkerville-
Meacham W. A, empl Saw Mill Co., Burrard Inlet
Meaching J., furnishing store
Meaching J , school teacher, Yates street.
Mebius Chas. E., cooper, Bae street
Mebins R. A., washing,. Yates street
Mee Hing, washing, Fort street '
Mee Wah, washing, Yates street
Meeson J. C, farmer, Sooke !
Meiss H., hand-cart, Johnson street
Meldrum J. H. ship carpenter, Herald street
Mellor F., empl. R.. Roberts
Melrose Robt., labourer, Craigflower
Menagh Geo., farmer, E. road N. Saanich
Mene Mrs., McCluie street
Menkin W., labourer, Pacific Telegraph hotel:
Menz A., packer, Fort Hope'
Merriman Mrs., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Merriman W., with Mrs. Merriman
Metcalfe E., empl. J. Hey wood
Meyer, E., wigmaker, Government street
Midland Alexandre-
Michael Robt. or John, labourer, Store street
Middieton Robt., printer, Barkerville
Milburn H., Discovery st
Miles Mrs. Eliz., res. Sooke dist.
Miles Walter, provision dealer, Johnson street
Miles Thos., (.see Jeffries & Miles) Mosquito creek
Millard Chas. T., merchant and importer, Wharf street
Miller Sergeant, American garrison, San Juan,
Miller W., teamster, Johnson street
Mills Thos., carpenter, empL R.. Lewis;
Mills H., Blanchard street
Millington W. farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Millington HL, empl. T'..Harris-
Mist —-, commander, H. Mi S.. Sparrowhawk, res: Esquimalt
Mitchell  A Johnson,  nursery and. seedsmen, Occidentals
building and Cadboro' Bay road
Mitchell Thc-s, farmer,. S. Saanich-.
Mitchell H., (see Mitchell A Johnston) res. Cadboro' Bay rcL
Mitchell Capt. J., Mitchell's bridge at Forks, of Quesnelle;
Moflatt Hamilton, ch. tra. H. B. Co., New. Caledonia. 2§
FIRS'T 'VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
.Mohun A Farwell, C. E., and surveyors, Fort street
-MOntero • Joseph, drayman
•Mon'tgome'ry E. >J., 'miner, -Johnson street
Montibia J., general store, Store street
Moody, Deitz A Nelson, lumber mills, Burrard Inlet
Moody Joshua, 'lumber yard, Store st., res. Pandora st.
-Moody Thos. Gage, with J. Moody, res. Pandora street
Moore Mich., chemist and druggist Yates st.
Moore James, empl. C. Langley A Co., Yates street
Moore William^ mariner, View street and Skeena river
Moore David, res. Pandora street.
Moore the Misses, res. Pandora street
Moore Mrs., res. Fort st.
■Mordaunt A. E., Store street
Mordigan Beriah, steamboat engineer, Point Ellis
More-11 E., labourer, N. Saanich
Morley John, J. P., Cowichan
Morley Christopher, empl. T. Shotbolt
Morley Fred., empl. Sam, Nesbitt
Morris Hermann, hand-cart, Broad street
Morris Sergeaiit, American garrison, San Juan
Morrison  George,  drug store,  Occidental   building,   res.
Douglas street
Morrison Charles, ship earperter, Store street
Morrison W., with Geo, Morrison, Douglas street
Morrison C. F., clerk H. B. Co. Fort Simpson
Morrow Robert, inspector distdleries, New Westminster
Moses D. D., farmer, N. Saanich
Moss Chas., steward, res. Fort street
Moss James, gardener, fruit store, Fort street
Moss Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street
Mow-en, market garden, Cadboro' Bay road
Muir John, farmer, Woodside, Sooke dist.
Muir jr. John, steam saw mill, Sooke
M uir Michael, do do
Muir Robert, empl. M. <te J. Muir, Sooke
Muirhead Jas., carpenter, Yates street
Munro Alex., accountant H. B. Co., res James' Bay
Munro Mrs. Malcolm, res. Fort street
Muldoon W., empl. T. Shotbolt
Mull Isaac, farmer, Happy Valley, Metchosin dist
Muller Ernest, tanner
Mulloy Chas., miner, Pacific Telegraph hotel
Mulholland F., Fort street
Mulholland Mrs., dressmaker, Fort street
Munger W. R., engineer, Albion iron works, res. Saaaich rd.
Murray Ninian, baker, Victoria FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Murray Jas. C., pressman Colonist office
Murray John, butcher.
Murray W., miner, Store street
Murray J., caulker, Store street
Murray J., fireman, steamer Enterprise
Muiphy P., prop. Adelphi saloon
Murphy Patrick, eooper, Kane- street
Musgrave Anthony, Governor of British   Columbia and!
V ice-Admiral, res. Cary Castle
Musgrave jr0 Anthony, Private {Secretary to- his Excellency
NANAIMO NAME'S see Index
Nabrego A., empl. F. Augustus
Nagle J. J., shipping agent, Bastion street
Nasott! IthieJ B\, lumber merchant
Nathan jr. A Co., H*, com. mer. and importers Wharf street
Nathan jr. H., (see H. Nathan jr. & Co.) res Yates street
Navarette A , washing, Chatham street
Neil Henry, seaman, N. Park street
Neile W. J. C, drug: store, Douglas street
Nelson "Uriah, res. N. Park street
Nelson Mrs. R H. A. E., Fort street
Nelson Hugh, M. L. C, Burrard Inlet
Nesbitt Saml., cracker bakery, Yates street
Newbury W., saddle and harness maker, Government st
Newell Robt., drayman, Yates street
Newell A„ carpenter, Yates street
Neutelder E. C, Richfieldi
Newufelder Francis, merchant, Richfield
Newton W. H., farmer and stock grower, mth. of Fraser RL
Newton H., tailor, Johnson street
Newton E. H., labouier, Johnson street
Newton Geo., wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Newton E,, baker, JEsquimalt dist.
NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES, see Index
•Nias Mrs., res. James' Bay
Nichol Wm., Union Saloon, Johnson street;
Nicholas Geo., fruit and fish store, Government street
Nichols W,, Alhambra Saloon, Yates st., res. Humboldt st.
Nicholles Dr., Humboldt street
Nicholson, Th©*.,- teacher Collegiate school
Nicholson John, res. Saanich.
Nicholson jr., John, farmer and road contractor, Saanich rdt
Nicholson Joseph do   .       do do do Sfr
TTRgT VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Nicholson Geo., farmer, Saanich road
^Nicholson C. A., agent V. I. A B. C. Saw Mill Co, Mason's
Nicol C S, Vancouver Coal Co., Nanaimo [building
Nieolson A. N., warehouseman, Store -street
Noltemeier Bros., boot and shoe store, St. Nicholas building
Noltemeier A., (see Noltemeier Bros.)
Norn Saml., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Norris J. Gustavus, commission merchant and general agt
also drug store, Government street
Norris W. G., variety store, Store street
Norris Geo., printer, Coloniit office
Norris Fred, empl., Dalby, Wilson A Co.
Norton J. O., farmer, Salt Spring Island
Norton E.-, with J. 0. Norton
Nuttall T. C, land agent, agent for -Phoenix Fire Assurance
Co., Government street
O'Donnell T-., farmer, S. Saanich
Ogden Chas., clerk H. B. Co., New Caledonia
Ogilvy D. A. N., miner, Omineca
Oldenfeerg W. H., general store, Store street
Oliver W. H., merchant, Langley street
On Hing, general store, Fort street
On Hing. general store, Fisgard street
Oppenheimer A Co. C, merchants, Barkerville
Orr Jas.-, prop. King's Head hotel, Johnson street
Otto Charles, bookbinder, Spencer's store
Otto John, farmer, N. Saanich E. road
'Ousterhardt Peter, empl. R. Brodrick & Co.
Owen John, Humboldt street
Owen W., empl. F. Reynolds
Owen H., water-carrier, S. R. W. Works
Own Shin, washing, etc., Humboldt street
Owston R. H., Birdcage walk
Pagden A White, props. Oriental restaurant
Pagden Chas., \see Pagden A White)
Pagden Frank, (see Plummer A Pagden) res. Douglas st.
Palmer Digby, professor of music, Fort street
Palmer John, empl. Jas/ Orr
Palmer J, labourer, Esquimalt dist.
Pamphlet Thos., pilot, James' Bay
Pan Shuts, empl. L. Vigelius
Park Joseph, barrister-at-law, Barkerville
Papillon J., farmer, S. Saanich
Pappenher Geo., W. side Store street
Parker John, res*; Victoria hotel FIRST 'VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Parker John, farmer, Metchosin
Parker Thos., empl. J. W. Williams-
Parmiter Thos., res. Craigflower road
Parsons H*, "miner, Omineca
Parsons Robt, empl. Mrs. Carter, Saanich road
Parsons Philip,        do do do
-Partridge T. J. watchman H. B. Co.
Partridge Thos., empl. H. Short
Passerard Henore, carpenter, Johnson street
Patten Geo., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Patterson W. D, surveyor and C. E., Alfred street
Paul Petit, W. side of Store street
Paul Charles, Oriental hotel
Payne Fred., barber, Johnson street
Peachy D., ship carpenter, Pacific Telegraph hotel
Pearce R., teacher, St. Louis College
Pearkes & Johnson, solicitors and notaries public, Gov't, sli
Pears Geo., farmer, Metchosin dist
Pears Wm.,
do
do
Pearse Benj. W., assistant sur. gen., res. Cadboro'Bay road
Pearse John, farmer, E. road N. Saanich
Pearson & Brother, Edward, tinsmiths and hardware merchants, Barkerville
Peatt Arthur, farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Peele Adolphus chemist and druggist New Westminster
Pemberton Aug. F., Commissioner of Police and S. M.,
res. Foul Bay road
Pemberton Jos. Despard, farmer, Gonzalo cottage, Victoria
Pennin A Swan, packers, Savana's ferry [dist
Penny David, labourer, N. Saanich
Perrodin J., Johnson street
Petchzler Geo., cooper, Johnson street
Petchzles Mrs., fruit and grocery store, Johnson street
Peterson John, packer, Thompson river Kamloops
Petibeau Mdme., Fairfield Academy, Fort street
Petit Jacques, empl. J. Feillet
Pew Kung, Cormorant street
Pfluger Henry, farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Phelps Edward, pressman, Standard office
Phillips Alex., syrup and soda water manufactory, Yates st
Phillips Chas., empl., W. Lush
Phillips James, farmer, E. road N. Saanich
Phillips W-, labourer, Sooke
Piaggio Giulio, Lytton
Pieht E., wine and spirit merchant, New Westminster
Pickett A Co., auctioneers and com. mer. Yates street
Pierre Thos. Whitrey, tailor, etc., Yates street j $2
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Pike Caleb, farmer, Highland dist.
Pike Wm.,       do do
Pimbury Edward, empL C. Langley A Co^
Pimbury Augustas, farmer; Shawnig&ii'
Pimbury Edwin,       do do
Piper Andrew W, confectioner, etc.-, Gov't st and Fort st
Pitts Sydney J., res. Fort street
Pitts L., labourer, Burnside-road'
Plummer A Pagden, auctioneers^ valuers, etc,
PlummeyR©bt. (^ePluaramer & Pagden) res. James' Bay
Pointer Sathati', clothier, Johnson street
Pointer W. H., with N. Pointer
Poirrier J. B., farmer, Sooke dist.
Pollock Chas., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Pollock Jas., empl. A. Gilmore
POoL Robt., acting agent Barnard's express, QuesnellemoutBr
Poole Henry, farmer, S. Saanich
'Pooley C. E , deputy registrar, Supreme Court, Esquimalt
Pope Joseph, empl. A. J., McDonnell
Pope Henry, miner, Omineca
Porter Arthur, brickmaker, Saanich road
Porter J?aisesr empl. A. Porter
Porter Robert, farmer, Lake dist.
Porter James, farmer, Esquimalt dist
Porter B. C, Theatre Saloon, Government street
Postel Geo., brewer, Yates street
Pottinger W., empl. Mrs. Work, Hillside farm
Pottinger Geo., school, Broughton street
Pottinger J., compositor Standard office
Pottinger. W, empL F, Reynolds
POwell I- ~Wn M. D'. and surgeon, Douglas street
Powell Walter, agent Bank British. Columbia, Barkerville:
Powers Robt., res. New Westminster
Powers Ephraim, lumberman, Johnson street
Prentible D., labourer,, Fisgard street
Price Thos., tailor, Government street
Priest T., Cedar Hill road
Pritchard Thos., res. Meares street
Promis A Saunders, grocers, Johnson street
Promis Giarandi (see Promis A Saunders) res. Pandora st.
Pryce C, acting M. D., Comux
Pung hired servant, Pandora street
Qnagliotti John, storey JLytton and Germansen Creek
Quitte.nden Henry, laboprer, S. Saanich
Quong, store, Cormorant street FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY;
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QUESNELLE NAMES see Index
RabsoDf TM store keeper, Es.quim.alt town'
Raffray Antonio, cook, Fisgard street
Ragazzoni L, coffee and spice dealer, Johnson street
Randall Robt, labourer, Yates>steeet
Randall Phillis
Rattray Thos., miner, Johnson street
Raymur J. A., manager of B. C.. and V. I. Lumber'audi
Saw Mill Cot,, ues. James' Bay
Read W., clothing store, Johnson street
Read John, M., boot and shoe maker, Johnson street
Reay W. & C. H., farmers, El road N. Saanich.
Reece M. A., Rev., Wm, Sheldon, Archdeacon of Vancouver, Cowichan
Reid J. R., carriage maker, Johnson street
Reid J., James' Bay bridge
Reid W-, second steward str. Enterprise
Reid W., White Horse hotel, Humboldt street
Reid W., farmer, N. Saanich.
Reid D. B,,    do do-
Reid J., Barnard's express agent, Quesnelle
Reitzenstein Gustav, empl. A. W. Piper
Rennie Jas., empl., J. Essener
Reynard Rev. J., Anglican mission, Barkerville
Reynolds F., butcher and navy contr.,Yates and Johnson sts..
Reynolds Dr., American garrison, San Juan
Rhode Jos., baker and grocer, Store street
Rhodes H., com. mer. and, imp*, Store st., res. Blanchard.st.
Richards Frank B.,. Alhambra saloon, res. Blanchard st
Richards Fortune, Topaze-avenue, Saanich road
Richardson Geo-., Victoria, hotel, Government street
Richardson Henry, labourer, Park, street
Richardson. W., labourer, S. Saanich
Richardson Geo., telegraph operator, New Westminster
RiGkman A., (see Willson. & Rickman.)
Rdckman James, ostler
Ridley Chas,, miner, Fort street
Roberts Timothy, drayman, Yates street
Roberts-E.y, carpenter, Leach's buildings, Yates street
Roberts Rich.,, tailor, Government street
Robertson A*. RoGke, barrister.at-law, Mayor, Bastion street
res. Johnson street
Robertson* A Farr, blacksmiths, Johnson street
Robertson J., blacksmith, Blanchard street
Robertson L. A.,. Chatham street
Robertson,.— marble ^orks Yates street 34,
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
Robertson W., (see Dalby, Wilson,& Co.,) Store street
Robinson John D , com. mer., Wharf st,res. near C. Castle
Robinson A McDonnell, soap manufactory, Humboldt st
Robinson S., (see Robinson A McDonnell)
Robinson W. C, res. Broad street
Robesco Lazore, labourer, Sooke
Robesco Louis,       do do
Rodgers A. S., general store, Grouse creek
Rogers, W., empl. H. B. Co., Esquimalt
Romano Lorenzo B., store keeper, Lytton
Rondault Rev. P., R. C. mission, Cowichan
Roscoe, Tye A Co., iron <aud hardware mers. and imps,
Yates street
Roscoe Frank J,   (sag Roscoe, Tye & Co.,)  Lieut.  V. R.
Corps, res. Foul Bay road
Rose Alex., compositor Standard office
Ross Mrs. Genevieve, Foul Bay road
Ross Alex., labourer, Foul Bay road
Ross Hugh, empl. H. B. -Co., Barkerville
Reid Edwin Geo., Johnson street
Rossman Edmund, farmer, Esquimalt dist
Rowden Moses, labourer, Lake dist.
Rothwell W., Esquimalt town
Rowland Mathias, farmer, Burnside road
Rowland G., with M. Rowland
Rudlin Geo., scbr. Black Diamond, res. S
pring
Rridsre
Rudolph H., watchmaker and jeweller, Government.st.
Rueff Jules, com. mer. and impr., Wharf st, res. Broad st.
Russ Rev. Amos E., Wesleyan mission, res. Broad st.
Russe Antonio, W. side of Store street
Russell John, City Councillor., res. Esquimalt road
Russell Mrs. Thos., Blanchard street
Rutherford Archibald, Courtenay street
SAN JUAN NAMES see Index
Sabiston John, harbour pilot, Nanaimo
Sabiston J., Identical hotel, Nanaimo
Sale Geo, cook, Johnson street
Salvison Bent, labourer, James' Bay
Sam Kee, tailor, Yates street
Sampson Henry, farmer, constable, Salt Spring Island
Sampson Alex.,-drayman, cor. Government and Johnson sts.
Saudelle J., hunter, Lake dist.
Sandover Stephen, (see Duck A Sandover,) res. Broad st.
Sangre Gabrielle, labourer, Esquimalt dist
Saunders H., (see Promis A Saunders; tfjR'ST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
launders Frank, The Hall, Fort street
Sauers C. G., agent Gerow and Johnson's express, Yale
Savage R W.,^carman, Johnson street
Savage W. do do
:Sayers Mrs., res. Quadra street
Sayward W. Parsons, lumber yard, Humboldt st, res. Col-
"Schenck J., farmer, Esquimalt lagoon [linson street
'Schenck Aaron, Johnson street
•Schmidt John, farmer, Courtenay street
Schmidt Peter, Cormorant st.
Schoelim (Charley,) farmer, Sooke dist.
Schultz Hermann, bootmaker, Government street
Scott J. H., steward, Pioneer street
Scott Lewis, farmer, Metchosin
Scott W. A. Herald street
Scott Charles, barman
Scott J. Vincent, labourer, S. Saanich
Scott Mrs., farmer, Cedar Hill
Scully W., painter, res. Moss street
Scully jr., W., empl. W. C. Bryant
See Charles, deckhand steamer Enterprise
Seeley W. C. S., Australian house
.Seelye H. E., reporter Coloniit office
Seelye W., labourer, Burnside road
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eghers Rev. C, R. C. mission, Humboldt street
Sehl Jacob, furniture dealer, Government street
Sehl Frank, Teutonia saloon, Government street
Seitz Julius, furrier, Store street
Selkim J., labourer, Burnside road
Selleck W., wharfinger, Esquimalt
Semple Robert, machinist, Esquimalt road
Seres J. B., Richmond hotel, Mt Tolmie cross-road
Seymour G. T., furniture dealer, Broad street
Shade David, carpenter, Fort street
Shae W., seaman. Store street
Shang Lee, washing, Johnson street
Sharp C. N., carpenter, Pandora street ,
Shaw Alex., labourer, Saanich road
Shepherd Jas., empl. W. Evans, Fort street
Shepherd J., labourer, Burnside road
Shields Jas., watchman, steamer Enterprise
Shong, labourer
Short Henry, gun and locksmith, Government street
Shotbolt T., dispensing chem., and syrup and ginger beer
manufacturer, Johnson st.
Siflken W. C, sec S. R. W. Works Co., res. James' Bay
Silvia John, fruit and vegetable store, Johnson street §sr
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Simms Walter, labourer, Yates street
Simpson Jonathan, farmer, Esquimalt dist.
Simpson Elijah W., empl. G. Stelly, Johnson street
Simpson Alex., tailor, Government street
Simpson Donald, eiMffcLA. Gilmore
Simpson H., farmer, E! cross-roads S. Saanich.
Simpson Geo , farmer, Lake dist.
Simpson Capt., r.es-i Lake dist
Sinclair W.,.farmer,. Cedar-Hill road
Singleton R., American hotel
Sin See Gee, wood dealer, Cormorant street
Sin Sow Lee, barber, Cormorant street
Sin Yo, market garden, Fairfield
Si Quy, labourer, empl. A»,. Phillips>
Skinner T. J ,.farmer, Comrakeni
Skitch Thos;, farmer, S. Saanich
Sloman Benj., res Herald street
Smethurst W., labourer, Saanich road'
Smith John, Lion Brewery tapy Spring.Ridge'
Smith Mrs. E., Meares street
Smith H., seaman, Store-street
Smith Moses Roej baker and' confectioner, Fort street
Smith H., milk raneh, Foul Bay road
Smith C. McKeavers,  carpj.and hml&evy. Standard building
Smith J. Staple, hop grower, and market gardener F..P* rd.
Smith Peter, carpenter, Oriental alley
Smith Peter, miner, Store street
Smith Peter, seaman,       do
Smith John, empl. J. Hey wood!
Smith James, carpenter,-. Discovery street
Smith Thos., prop. Dominion hotel, Government street
Smith Martin, empl. Stafford A Hicken
Smith Capt. Geo., Pacific Telegraph hotel
Smith W., farmer, prop. Swan Lake hotel.
Smith jr., W., farmer, Swan Lake
Smith A. W-, plasterer, Kane street
Smith J. McB., empl. C. Oppenheimer
Smith Sam., trader,.Keithley Creek
Smith Rbbt.eom. mer., Lytton
Snider W., farmer, Si Saanich
Suider Johnr labourer,- Lake dist
Soar H., empl. W. Newbury
Solomon S., dry goods store, Government street
Sopiaims Erpest, drayman,  Johnson st.
Souther J., market garden Cadboro' Bay road.
Spark S. J., paymaster in charge Navy Yard.
Spauldtng Warner Reeve, S. M,, Nanaima FJRST VICTORIA. DIRECTORY-
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Spaulding H., serg. American garrison, San Juan
i*5peed Thos., labourer, Saanich road
Spelde  John,, sexton Christ Church parish, res. Quadra st,
Spelde J.„labourer, Cedar Hill road
Spence W.r tailor, View street
Spencer- David,, bookseller, etc., City Councillor, Gov't, st.
SfHtts Fielding, farmer, S. Saanich
Spratt & Irving, Albion Iron Works, Store street
Srratt Joseph, (see Spratt A Irving,) res. Blanchard st.
Sproat & Co., com. mors., and imps., Wharf street
Stafford & Hickin, butchers, Government street
Stafford John,, (see Stafford A Hickin,) res.  Pandora street
Stahlschmidt  T.  L.,   (see Lowe, Stahlschmidt A Co.,j res,.
near Cary Castle
Stamp Edward,   mer.T Government st.
Stannard John, erepl J. H. Turner A Co., res. Kane  street
Stanovoitch John, miner, Leachs' building, Yates street
Staples Matthew G., assayer Bank B. N. A., res. Rae street
Starks Lewis, farmer, Salt Spring Island
Steel W., engineer, View street
Steese H., empl. Young A White-
Steinberger W.,. distiller,. Yates street
Stelly Geo, contractor, wood dealer, Johnson street
Stemmler Louis, upholsterer, etc.,. Yates street
S:ephens Edwd, surveyor and C. E., Government street '
Stepney Adam, labourer, Discovery street
Stevens. Chas., labourer, Foul Bay road
Stevens Geo., carpenter, View street
Stevens John, farmer, Lake dist. :
Stevens John, drayman, Herald street
' Stevens Sol. H., drayman, Discovery street-
Stewart J. Robertson, com. mer. and imp., agent, Wharf st,
Stewart John, gas fitter, Yates street
Stewart Jas., miner, Amelia street
St.-wart A., ship carpenter,. Store street
Stewart Jas., farmer, Esquimalt dist..
Stewart John,, with Jas.. Stewart
Stewart W., constable Nanaimo
Stockham F., labourer. Craigfiower mills-.
Stokes Rich., flyman, Kane street
Stone Corp., British garrison, San Juan
Storey T. E. C, carpenter, and contractor Government at.
Stort W., empl. A. Davey, carp., Fort St..
Stow Cyrus, labourer,. Sooke
Strander John, farmer, adj. Fredk. street
Strachan J., Ship inn,Wharf street
Strachan J. D., empl.. J. Strachan 5&
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Strouss C, com. mer. and imp,, Wharf st, res. Douglas st
"Stuart Capt J. R., late 19t!i foot, res. Victoria
Stuart, & flteast, brewers, Wharf st-and Lion -Brewery
Stuart G. J., (see Stewart A Keast,) res. Rae street
Stnbbs Sam., foreman H. Mansell
Styles J. Thomas, bricklayer, Amelia street
■Sullivan John, labourer-, ^Collinson street
•Sullivan fiumphrey D., empl. H. B. Co., res. James' Bay
■"Sute Geo., cook, Johnson sWeet
Suter J. K., prop, and edtr. Mainland Guardian, New Westr.
•Sutro A Co., G., cigar and tobacco dealer, Yates street
Sutro Emil., (see G. Sutro A Co.) res. Pandora street
Swan son John, ■master str-. Enterprise, res. Dallas road
•Sweeney Chas. B. engineer, Amelia street
Switzer John, labourer, Victoria dist.
•Sylvester Frank, empl. J. P. Davies A Co.
Taie Lee, Washing, Government street
Tai Song A 'Co., merchants, Govt. st. and Barkerville
Tia Loy, store, Barkerville
Tait John, clerk H. B. Co., Semilkameen
Tait V. B-, clerk in post office, New Westminster
Tapson W., carpenter, Johnson street
Tarsey J., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Taylor J G> res,. Pandora street
Tayior Charles empl. J,Dickson Yates steet
Taylor John, Blue Jacket restaurant, Johnson street
Taylor Crispin, empl. J. Heywood
Taylor Charles, labourer, Cormorant street
Taylor H., deckhand, str. Enterprise
Taylor T., labourer, res. Fort street
Taylor T., labourer, Metchosin
Taylor J., trader, San Juan
Taylor J. P., drugstore, Barkerville
Teague John, carpenter, Discovery street
Tempel W., labourer, Cedar Hill road
Thain John M., master mariner, Fisgard street
Thain James Nealon, merchant, res. Cadboro Bay road
Thain Murray, res. Humboldt street
Theakston Arthur, Omineca mines
Theobald Thos., empl. L. Franklin
Thiebault Lucy, res. Discovey street
Thistleton Jas., empl. Chief Justice Begbie
Thomas A Long, farmers, W. road S. Saanich
Thomas Geo., (see Thomas &"Long)
Thomas Baptiste, farmer, Sooke dist "rrRST victoria Directory.
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'THOMPSON RIVER NAMES, see Index
Thompson Geo., baker, Fort street
Thompson C. W. Ringler, secty. Victoria Gas Works, res.
Pembroke street
Thompson W., farmer, cross-road S. Saanich
- Thompson J. S;, edi'or Cariboo Sentinel, Barkervill^;
Thorny Oorweteas, empl. H. C. Co., res Meares street
Thorn'hill Thos., blacksmith, Johnson street
Thornhill R., labourer, James' Bay
Thorp A., packer, Fort Hope
Thrope Jonas, farmer, Sooke dist.
Tie E., merchant, mouth of Quesnelle
Tiernay W., gardener, adjoining Frederick street
Timmermann J. B., land agent, Fort street
Tisset Pierre, farmer, Johnson street
Tisset E., farmer, Cedar Hill road
Tod John, farmer, Cadboro' Bay road
Tod jr. John, trader, San Juan Island
Tod James, farmer, Cedar Hill road
Todd Robt. L.. empl. Edwards A Burns
Todd Mrs. C. S., school, Frederick street
Toleson Bros., tailors, drapers and cleaners, Fort street
Toleson W. B., (see Toleson Bros.^
Toleson Seth B., (see Toleson Bros.)
Tolmie W. Fraser, Cloverdale farm, Victoria dist.
Tolmie jr., W, with W. F. Tolmie \
Tomlinson Rev. R., Episcopal mission, Naas
Tong Hop & Long Ching, traders, Cormorant street
Toop Hector, farmer, Metchosin dist.
Torelli Nicholas, fruiterer, etc., Government street
Towner A Bunster, farmers, N. Saanich
Townsend A Giffin, Omineca saloon and B. C. hotel, Fort st
Townsend Alfred Allatt, (see Townsend & Giffin)
Townsend Alfred, empl. Beedy A Lindhart
Townsend W. B., poulterer, etc., Fort street
Travers Aug., drayman, Yates ts.
Tree C, labourer, Esquimalt dist
Trehart C H. (see McKeon A Trehart) res. View street
Trevaillot Capt, agent, Barkerville
Trevor Dr., postm. and const. Quesnelle
Trim Henry, seaman, Pacific Telegraph hotel
Trimble Jas., M.' D., res. Broad street
Trounce Thos., builder and contractor, James' Bay
Trudell Lewis, labourer, S. Saanich
Truran E., superintendent of convicts, res. James' Bay       1
Tugwell Thos., Esq. dist. ffl
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Trutch Hon. J. W., Ch. Com., of Lands and Works,  res.
Foul Bay road
Trutch John, res. Burdett street
Tuite Chas.,. musician, N. Park street
TunstaU'J. P:, (see J. H. Turner & Co.) res. Ellis Point
Turgoose W., farmer,. S. Saanich
Turner A Co., J. H.,. wholesale A retail dealers in dry goods*
Wharf street and Government street
Turner J. H., (see J. H. Turner A Co-,) res. Point Ellis
Turner David, surgeon, Johnson street
Turner Richard, Mason st.
Turner Arch., empl. H. Mansell
Turner Fred., farmer, Sooke dist.
Tuttle Guy, labourer, Amelia street
Tuzo H. Atkin, manager Bank B..N. A.
Tu Wing Dr., Cormorant street
Ty Chong, gen. store, Cormorant street
Ty Lee, grocer, Cormorant street
er Wm
res. Foul Bay rdc
Ts
farmer
Highland dist.
Underbill Jas., Leachs' buildings" Tates street
Hre Jas., carpenter, Alfred and Putnam streets
Van Bremer J., steamboat ferry, Burrard Inlet
Vance Alex., agt. Barnard's express, Bonaparte river
Vaughan John, butcher, Fort street
Veitch Wm., labourer, Gor^eroad
Verdonan John, labourer, Burnside road'
Verdrier Alphonse, farmer, S. Saanich
Verdrier Etienne, farmer, Mt. Tolmie- cross-road' Vict, dis
Vereydhen Chas., architect, Government street
Vickers J., res. Oriental hotel'
Vieusseux Ch. Edwd., boys school, James''B'ay
Vigelius A Becker, hair dressing saloon, Gov't., st.
Vigelius Louis, hair cutting saloon. Government street
Vigelius Anthon. empl. L. Vigelius
Villachon J., Oriental hotel
Vine Edward, labourer, N Park street
Vine Edward, farmer, Redder Bay, Metchosin dist.
Vine:H., labourer, Metchosin dist.
Vine J., labourer, S. Saanich
Vogel J., brewer, res. Yates street
Von Almon J. Casper, farmer, Saanich road
Walton Marcus, labourer, Metchosin dist.
Wadhams E. A., accountant, Rae street
Wain Henry, farmer, N. Saanich EIRST "VICTORIA 'DIRECTORY.
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"Waitt H. W., empl. T. N. Hibben <te Co., res. Pandora st.
Wakefield Benj., chimney sweeper, Fort street
"Wakeman Plowden, clerk Navy Yard, Esquimalt
Wale Wm., erapl.'G. C. Gerow, Government street
Wall John, tailor, Oriental alley, res. Chatham street
Walkem G. A.,'barrister-at-law,   Masons'
building.
Gov't.
Walker R., empl. Duck & Sandover
Walker G. G., ship carpenter, Yates street
Wallace A Hutcheson, seed and feed store, Wharf street
Wallace Robt., (see Wallace A Hutcheson,) res. Saanich rd.
Wallace J., empl. J. W. Williams
Wallace Alex., 13 Mile house, Quesnelle
AValsh Peter, Identical sal. and Bridge Tav., res. Saanich rd.
Walton Marcus, labourer, Happy Valley, Metchosin
Wrark J. M., ch. tra. H. B. Co., Barkerville
Wark Mrs. J. M., res. Chatham street
Wark Henry, clerk H. B. Co., Fort Langley
Ward W. Curtis, manager Bank B. C, res. Moss street
W'ard Robt., clerk Audit office
Ward John, empl. S. Driard
Ward Jas., market garden, Foul Bay road
Washington Thornton, carpenter, Yates street
Waters Fred., gardener, Fort street
Watkins John, porter, res. View street
Watson Edward, watchmaker and jeweller, Government st
Watson J., miner, Store street
Watson J., labourer, Metchosin dist.
Watson Mrs. Alex., Fort street
Watson Mrs. Adam, Johnson street
Webb Jos., Miners' hotel, Nanaimo
Webster W. Cowper, tanner, res. Point Ellis
Webster John A.,  whol. and retl. dealer in dry goods, etc.-,
New Westminster
Webster Geo. C, imp. and deal., Burrard Inlet
Webster W., empl. Stafford A Hickin
Weeks T. J., preacher, San Juan
Weiler John , upholsterer, Fort street, res. Humboldt st.
Weir Robt., farmer, Gordon Bush, Metchosin
Weir John,        do do do
Weir Adam,      do do do
Weir Hugh J., empl. Burrard Inlet mills
Welch Capt. J., Humboldt st.
Welch C, labourer,'Burnside road
Welch Jas., labourer, Sooke dist.
Wellington E., empl. F. Reynolds
Wells, Fargo A Co., bankers and express agts., Yates street
Wells .Mich.., contractor, Collinson street 4SL
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Wells-Wm., miner
Wems Hiram, farmer,.. S. Saaniefc
Wems G.,.labourer,.Burnside road and "Victoria harbour-
West Wm.^farmer, E. end of Sooke-
Westgarth Thos., inspector of steamers^elerk in Eand'office
res.- View st_
Whear R. P.,.tailor,..Fort street
Whear Mrs., dressmaker; Fort-street
White Edwd., (see Young A White) res. Government st.
White Eden, (see Pagden A White)
White James-,- farmer,Cedar Hill road
White Geo.,,farmer, do
White Thos., labourer, S. Saanich
White;Mi, Miners' restaurant Johnson street
White L. B., miner, Blanchard street
White W. C, drayman, Wharf street
White Thos., farmer, Sooke
White Mrs., res. Blanchard street
White Rev. E., Wesleyan mission, Nanaimo
Whitley Stephen, laundry, Douglas street
Whittingham Edwd. Augustus, mess. Bank B. N. A*.
Wickham, Jas., agt.Barnard's express, Barkerville-
Wilby E., carman, Esquimalt town
Wilcox Jas., Royal hotel, Wharf street
Wilcox jr., Jas.,   do do
Wilder D. S , miner, Omineca
Wilkihs John, labourer, Esq; dist-
WiJ kin son. Thos-., empl. Dr. Trimble
WilliamsRobt, M. A. res View street-
Williams R., clerk H. B. Co., mouth of Quesnelle
Williams Robt. T., bookbinder, etc., at T. N. Hibben A Co-
Williams W., empl. F. Payne
Williams J. W., livery stable, res. Kane street
Williams T.' H rempl. Drake,. Jackson A Co..
Williams F.', Navy club, Esquimalt
Williams Geo-., printer Gov't. Gazette office, .res. Douglas st.
Williams John, chimney sweeper, Oriental alley
Williams J., farmer, W. road N. Saanich.
Williams W. H, do       do do-
Williams W., labourer, S. Saanich:
Williams.Peter, labourer, S: Saanich'
Williams Edmund, farmer, Lake dist..
Williams--Char] esj.farmer, Happy Valley,. Met oh ©sin.
Williams R., stone mason, Yates street
Williams Ch., agent H. B. Co., Kamloops
Williamson.T..,,.Bottled Beer sal., cor. View-and Douglas sta- FIRST-VICTORIA DIRECTORY:
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WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES, see Index, .
Wilson. A..& W., plumbers-, etc., Fort street
Wilson Alex., (see A. A W. Wilson,) res Quadra street
Wils©n W., (see A. A W.. Wilson,) res. James' Bay
Wilson Jos., empl. A. A W. Wilson,.res. James- Bay-
Wilson John, Gapalcks* Head, Bastion street
Wilson Alex;, with W. Scully, Mbss-street
Wilson & Co. Thos., dry goods store, Government street
Wilson Thos., (see T. Wilson A Co.,) les. Birdcage walk;
Wilson Thos., empl J. Sehl, res. Saanich.road.
Wilson W., empl. T. Wilson A CO:.
Wilson W., clothier, Gov't, st, res. Pemberton st
Wilson Jos., empl. W. Wilson
Wilson R. H., dealer in coffee, etc., Fort street.
Wilson W. B., adu. J. Wilkie &.Co.
Wilson Geoj, drayman, Johnson st.
Williams Mrs., res. View street
Willson EdwaEd,.gro@er and tea dealer, Fort st
Willson P., labourer, Albert head
Wilton Thos.,.drayman, Pandora street
Walton —,. empL.E. B* Marvin:
Winger John, butcher,- core Fort and Douglas streets-*
Winter--^,.empl. J; Lowe,,Foul Bay road
Wirth John C, trader, Hope
Witty John, farmer, Metchosin dist.
Wo Chun (see Ah Click & Wo Chun
Wolfenden R., Government printer, James' Bay,
Wblff Lewis, gen. clothier, Yates street
Wolff Jacob empl. L. Wolff
Wood John, labourer, Lion Brewery:
Wood David, labourer, Craigflower.-
Wood E., Victoria saloon. Douglas- street
Wrood Thos., porter, res..Cadboro'-Bay. road":
Woods Ven. Chas. T. archdeacon.of.B..C.', res Sapperton?
Woods Rich, registrars, C, res, Garbally house, Vict. Arm:
Woods Miss, schoolteacher, New.-Westminster
-Woollacott Philip, gaoler, the barracks
Wootton Henry, postmaster,.Gov't st., res. Rae st.
Work Mrs., Hillside farm, Saanich road
Work David, clerk H. B. Co., Victoria.
Work John, farmer, Hillside farm, Victoria dist.
Wo YIng. Low, .agent Kwong Bee & Co.
Wren Chas., butcher, res. Johnson street
Wrigglesworth Joseph, liquor dealer,.Government streets,
Wrigglesworth Mrs., res. with T. S. Allatt
Wl-ight Thos.,.master mariner, Paridora-street. -41
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Wright Gustavus Blin, contracter, Giscome Portage
Wylde C. S., rev. officer, res Pemberton street
"Wylly C. G., secre. Real Estate ccmmiss., res. Birdcage wk.
Wynne'Geo., drayman, Herald street
YALE NAMES, see Index
YALE-LYTTON NAMES, see Index
Yan Wo Sang, mer. and imp., Cormorant street
Yardley Thos., carman, Esquimalt town
Yardley Miss, infant school, Fort street
Yates James, in ch. H. B. Co. store, Fort Hope
Yost Fred., mate str. Enterprise
Young A White, New England bakery
Young H., (see Young A White) res. James' Bay
Young Alex., empl., W. P. Say ward
Young Guy, baker, Cormorant street
Young H.,-farmer, E. road, Lake
Young H., labourer, Mt. Tolmie cross-road
Young W., labourer, Esquimalt dist.
York Joseph, carpenter, empl. Hayward A Jenkinson
Yuen Ghong, baker and confectioner, Blanchard street
Zeigler Lewis, cooper, Wharf street
Zeigler Edwd., empl L. Zeigler
JZincke Mdme., dressmaker, Government
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Abraham C, clothier, Yates street
Ah Chung, barber, Cormorant street
Ah Chin, cook, Pandora street
Ah Chew, labourer, Fisgard street
Ah Fean, cook, Johnson street
A!i Foon, wood-cutter, Jofenson street
JStn-Fimg, gen. trader,        do
Ah Hon, wood-cutter, do
Ah Jee, cook, Johnson street
Ah Kay, wood dealer, Johnson street
Ah Knn> labourer, Fisgard street
Ah Pue, wood dealer, Rae street
Ah Tale, labourer, Fisgard street
Ah Way, barber, Cormorant street
Alexander John, res., Meares street
Alexander II., pattern maker, Albion Iron Works
Anderson Geo., labourer, Fort street
Ashero
ft Mrs. empl. His Excellency
Avery Mary, res-WSHew street
Avons B., lobourer, Cook street
Banermann F., labourer. View street
Barry John, empl.. W. P. Say ward, Cowichan*
Bell Mrs., res, Kane street
Bishop Thos., painter
Blackbourn Mrs., res. Kane street
Blo}'d Martha,- res. Cormorant street
Bland H., butcher, Bailey's Hotel
Blume Jos-, merchant, Pe'ace river
Board'man G-. W., Pandora street'
Boscowitz L. & J., fur dealers, Wharf street
Botterell Matthew, farmer, Pioneer street
Boughtou Walter, miner, Oriental hotel
Bowman F., labourer, View street
Brassfield Alex., labourer, Chatham; street
Brown Jas., carpenter, Cormorant street
Brown John, farmer, Cowichan
Brown Robert, miner Cariboo
Brown J., master sloop John Thornton
Budlong G. P. J., miner, Jamieson creek
Budlong S., do do
Budlong J., do do
Bullock W., Fort street
Cadell Philip, miner, View street
Calton C, master sloop Hamley
Cameron W.^res^ Store street 46
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Cameron Thos., res. Johnson street
Cameron Mrs. Thos., blacksmith, Cormorant street
Campbell Geo., grocer, Store street
Carson John, Johnson street
Cave Thos., labourer, Johnson street
Chins' Mun, general trader, Cormorant st.
Chin Fun, Dr., Cormorant street
Clay Saml., Johnson street
Clifford Saml., labourer, Yates street
Clifton Jas., fireman str. Grappler
Collins John, Fort street
Colson Robt, private messenger, empl. His Excellency
Constantine W., carpenter, Fort street
Cook W., labourer, View street
Cooper Chas., miner, Herald street
Copeland Richard, engineer, Dallas road
Coulter H., miner, Cariboo
Crease Miss, prin. Auge.'a College
Cruz J., labourer, Government street
Davis Mrs. Catherine, Quebec street
Deherage Carl, shoemaker,*Johnson street
Dickson D,, fireman str trappier
Dirk H., master sip. Ocean Queen
Dobrin Morris, clothier, res. Pandora street
Doughty B., miner, Cariboo^
Doughty R,,   do do
Down Saml., Yateg street
Driscoll Dennis, Fisgard street
Edgar Thomas, barber, View street
Emmerson W„ miner, Cariboo
Ensign miner, Gold stream
Evans J. N., farmer, Cowichan Valley
Fisher Ch., Johnson street
Foster H., sailor, Cormorant street
Foster Geo., miner, Cariboo
Foster A., bootmaker, Frederick street
Fox Wm., deck hand str, Grappler
Franklin J., empl, str. Sir James Douglas
Friedman J,, empl. E. Willson
Fuller John, boarding house, Herald street
Gardner Mrs., Foul Bay road
Garibaldi S,, sailor schr. Alert
Gerard Peter, deck hand str. Grappler
Gibsen John, labourer, Kane street
Gibson L. C.. miner, Omineca
Gideon D., empl. A. Astrico
Glover Sandford H. bar keeper, Johnson street FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Gohram Chas., labourer, Kane street
Goodwin "Saml., Pandora street
Cribble John, miner, Kane street
Gribble H., Pioneer street
Griffith John, View street
Hague Mrs.-, res. Fort street
Hancock G. B., miner, Omineca
Harris Alfred, labourer, Fort street
Harris L., sailor, schr. Eliza
Harris W., fireman str. Grappler
Harris Wm., empl. W. P. Sayward Ccwichan
llattersley E., engineer str. Grappler
Hemmings H., fireman str. Sir James Douglas
Henry Miss, res. Blanhcard street
Holloway Mrs., R., res. Cormorant street
Hocking Saml., miner, Cormorant street
Hop Sing, grocer, Cormorant street
Hurdle Jas., Fort street
Hemming John, empl. W. P. Sayward, Cowichan
Innis W., teamster, mainland
Ireland Moses, miner, Government street
Jackson H., miner, Goldstream
Jameson Mrs., dressmaker, Broad street
Jeupts James, labourer, Johnson street
Johns Jas., miner, Goldstream
Johnson Julius, shoemaker, Johnson street
Johnson J, D. liquor dealer,       do
Johnston John, mail-carrier, Kootenay, re3. Blanchard sL
Jolly Miss, res. Meares street
Jolly John, miner, Herald street
Jones Columbus, labourer, Collinson street
Joss Son, wood cutter, Store street
Keayes Mrs. G. C, res. Blanchard^ street
Kelly John, labourer, Chatham street
Khun Henry, Johnson street
King John, milk dealer, Scoresby street
Knowles John, labourer, Jeffrey's building
Laing Andrew, empl. G. C. Gerow
Lammeren Anthon., fisherman, Store street
Lascelles Thos., labourer, Frederick street
Lay kin Mrs,, Foul Bay road
Lee Wm., labourer, View street
Leon Mrs., res. Pandora street
Lequere F., labourer, Fort street
Lester M. W., empl. str. Sir James Douglas
Leung Kee washing, Store street
Lewis John, porter, Douglas street 48*
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Lewi* Wr I eaapH His Excellency
Lomeax Ge©-.r eook, str. Grappler
Lhrero Sebastian g«n. dealer, Store 9&*eti
)Lyon M. T., res. Yates-street
Lyons W., liquor dealer, res., Humboldt st
Margotich J., schooner Favorite
Matthews John, water carrier, Quadra street
McCormick P., carpenter,- Cormorant street
McCully Mrs-., Fort street
MoEwen W., constable, Police Barracfe
McGlone J., constable, Police Barracks
McKeuzie K*, emp. P. Gilligan, res.. Fort street
McKenzie B.iW., elerk Bank B. N. America
McKinnon Hector, hand-cart Cormorant street-
McKay John, re?. Quadra street
McLean Alex., lumberer, Sooke
McMillan R., constable, Police Barracks-
McMillan Jas. cooper, Store street
Mee Say,>*vashing, Trounce Alley
Mellor F., tailor, Bailey's hotel
Middleton H., master schooner Eliza
Mitchell Capt. W., in charge steamer Beaver
Moohr Chas., carpenter, steamer Grappler
Moore Chas., moulder, Fort street
Morrell G. II., miner, Humboldt stseefr
Morris J. Store street
Morton A Richards, prop. Bailey's hotel
Morton L.T (see Morton A Richards)
Moses Mrs., res. Kane street
Murray John, butcher, Cormorant street.
Nelson Oh., res. Pandora street
Newman Jas., Oriental Hotel.1
Nicholas Lewis, fishmonger, Cormorant street
Nunn Mrs., res. Douglas-street
O'Rell S., emp. P. Gilligan
Oran Matthew, carpenter, Hunaboldt street
Otto Charles, baiter, Johnson1- street
Otto George, tailor
Paquire R., fisherman, Store street
Pardoe Charles, shoemaker, Fort street-
Partridge Sani'L, emp. W. Newbury
Pearkes Edward, res. Yates street
Pcble Wm., labourer, View street
Perpius H., res. Fisgard street
Peterson P., sailor, Store street
Peterson J., carpenter, Fort street
Phillippo Mrs. Geo., res.JDallas road ADDENDA.
49
Pickett & Co. R. F., auction and comm'n agents, Yates at
Pickett S., emp. R. F. P. & Co.
Pierce P., miner, Herald street
Pierce, Mrs., res- Pandora street
Pitts Philip, labourer, Chatham street
Praed W., labourer, View street
Price Jos., Jeffrey's buildings, Johnson street
Pritehard R., master sloop Eagle
Rappitt D. R., police constable, the Barracks
Reynolds Mrs., house-keeper, Birdcage Walk
Ridgway Mrs., private boarding, Broad street
Richards L. see Morton A Richards
Richards James, farmer, Cowichan
Ripper Philip, miner, Herald street *
Robinson Virginia E , compositor, Colonist office
Ross John, emp. J. H. Turner A Co., Government street
Rourke Michael, res. Johnson street
Rowbottom Mrs.
Russell D. W., labourer, Humboldt street
Ryan Edward, emp. His Excellency the Governor
San Chong, washing, Broad street
"Scott John H.,- labourer, Pioneer street
Scott Jas., miner, Leech river
Scur R., miner, Bailey's hotel
Sharp Alex., miner, Cariboo
Shaw A., labourer, Dallas road
Shepherd J., logger, Say ward's mill
Shewin Wm., empl W. P. Sayward, Cowichan
Sleightholme W., carpenter, Pioneer street
Smith John, painter, Pioneer street
Smith James, miner,       do
Smith H., tailor, Store street
Smith Geo., labourer, Frederick street
Smith John, labourer, Humboldt street
Smith W, farmer Cowichan
Smith John, empl. His Excellency
Soule Jos., lumberman, Nanaimo
Soulay Chas., res. Government street
Stafford T., constable, police barracks
Stan dish W. G., miner, Humboldt street
Stenson Edwd., miner, Bailey's hotel
Stephenson J. W., miner, Cariboo
Stewart Mrs., res. Pandora street
Stockand J., labourer, Herald street
Sutcliffe Thos., cooper, View street
Taff John, miner, Herald street
Tai Chong, grocer, Cormorant street
us &o
ADDEKDA.
Taylor Jas., labourer, Humboldt street
Taylor W., Store street
Taylor Chas., Blanchard street
Tenson W., labourer, Meares street
Thistle W., liquor dealer, Yates street
Thomas W., miner, Herald street
Tomkins John, labeurer, Yates street
Toiig Ham, labourer, Fisgard street
Turner W., miner, Cariboo
Valdez H., labourer, Chatham street
Yan Chans, fisherman, Store street
Voutrain J., logger, Sayward's mill
Walsh J., labourer, Park street
Walsh Isaac, empl. A. I. Works, Pembroke street
Watson W., painter, Johnson street
Ward J., blacksmith, Cm-ibo©
Welch Geo., carpenter, Cormorant street
Weller D., miner, Cariboo
Wheeler W., labourer, Pandora street
Williams John, labourer, Herald street
Williams W., teamster, Johnson street
Williamson Mrs., dressmaker, View street
Wong Lee-,, grocer,. Fisgard street
Workman A., labourer, Fort street
Yardley Miss, schoo.', Fort street
Young A Sou, miners, Cariboo
Angela College-— (for Girls)—Visitors, the Rt. Rev. the
Bishop of Columbia, tbeWery Rev. the Dean of Christ Church, the
Rev. P. J«nns ; Principal, Miss Crefise ; Teachers, Miss Woods, Misa
Devereux ; Music, Mrs. Jtficholles ; Singing, Mrs. Nicholles ; French^
Airs. Beckingham; Drawing, Mrs. Johnston ; Needlework, vacant. The
above Institution was founded in 1860, and now numbers 26 pupils ;.
the charges are the lowest that will defray expenses.
FAIRFIELD TERRACE,. FORT oT..
w&wm. wmyi^mm
msRwmsej&F*
The instruction  comprises  the  usual English Branches, Frenck, Fancy
Steedlc-work, etc.
MUSIC   EXTRA.
For terms, <fec, apply to
THE PRINCIPAL. BURRARD INLET NAMES.
61
BURRARD INLET NAMES.
Burrard Inlet Mill—Proprietoi
(S. P. Moody, Geo.  Dietz, H
Coote M. Chambers.
Nelson) ;
Moody, Dietz & Ne
Accountants. J. C. H
Hastings Mill—Manager, J. A. Raymur; Aeeountant,
Loat: Machinist, P. Leadbeater ;
MILLMEN AND OTHER EMPLOYEES r
Ashton, T. Foster, R.
Aikman, Thos.      ■ Forbes, G. M.
Bovce, E. Fitzgerald, J.
Gauche, A.
Gannon, F.
Grafton, C.
Gibson, J.
Hamilton, G.
Harman, L.
ison ;
ughts,
Chr.
' Boune, A.
Butler, G.
Burdin, W.
Bovce, E.
! Bradford, G.
Beedy, J.
Brew, J.
Bushwell, H.
Bridges, N.
Blake, J.
Burr, IL
Burr, W.
Cadwallader, A.
"Challenger, R.
Cole, Geo.
Cooper, Thos.
Coutlee, F.
Cotterell, J. A.
Milman, R.
Merrifield, A.
Murphy, J.
Nichols, Ch.
Newman, A-
Parr, J.
Plant, Peter
Perkins, IL
Handy, 0. W.
Haynes, G. W.
Hartnon, M.
Hutton, G.
Humphreys, J.
Heywood, F.
Hall, J.
Hunt, C,
Hackett, D.
Hayward, T.
Jackman, P.
Enowles, F.
Cunningham, J. H. Lewis, C
Chick, J. N.
\ Crawford, W.
Creary, A.
Camp, J.
Cvsrenne, John
, Devine, W.
Davis, J.
! Daggett, C.
Decker, S.
Dickson, T.
: DeBeck, G.
\ DeBeck, Warren
:DeBeck, Ward
Donnelly, AY C.
Folkingham, J.
iFisher, T.
Linn, L.
Lister, J.
McAndrews, J.
McNeil, H
McDonald, A.
McDonald, J.
McDonald, J.
McLachlan, J.
McBroom, A.
MeEwen, Walter
McEwen, W.
McDougall, J.
McKenny, W.
Main, G.
Marmion, J.
Milward, J.
Phinney, W.
Powers, W.
Paul, C.
Paul, A.
Porter, J.
Patterson, R.
Rivers, P.
Reed, J.
Reed, D.
Richardson, F.
Russell, L.
Rodgers, J.
Ridgeway, C.
Sullivan, P.
Spear, F.
Slater, G.
Sweet, P. H.
Smith, A.
Sweeney,. Ch.
Thornton, J.
Voight, A. T. J.
Wilson, T.
White, A. F.
Walker, Ch. W.
Wilson, T.
Watson, J.
Wilcox, J.
Wood, Silas
Weir, Hugh J.
Wharton^ EL ■52
BURRARD INLET AND CARIBOO NAMES.
TRADERS.
Black Geo , butcher Fernandez G., imp. A deal.
Brown E., wine and spt, mer. McCrummon J., bootmaker
Burr J., farmer Michaud Max, hotel keeper.
Brew T., rev. off. and const.   Silvia J., fisherman
Brew G. E., rest, keeper       . VanBremer J., steam ferry
Deighton J., w. A s. mer.       Webster G. C, imp. A dea.
CARIBOO NAMES ;—
ANTLER CREEK.
Jennings J. G., general store
Adams Jas.
Atkinson Geo.
Bridges Thos.
Bundage Edwd.
MINFRS.
Cooper Bernard
Crothers Jos.
Garagon Dennis
Harris Fred.
Neil Robt.
Porter Alex..
Rawley Jos.
Ridley Robt.
Bell Wm,, miner
CEDAR CREEK.
Hare Oliver, miner
GROUSE CREEK.
McLindon Anthony, (McWha A McLindon)
O'Neil Chas, store
Rodgers A. S., general store and saloon
Allen Jas.
Herring Wm.
MeArthur D.
MINERS.
MeArthur P.
Mallady Anth
McLinden P.
Robertson D.   '
Smith Stewart
Wilson Thos.
KEITHLEY CREEK.
Moorehead J. N., empl. Bates' store
Smith Saml., trader
Veitch & Co.
(Veitch Geo.,) butcher
MIXERS.
Burrell Andrew
Brown John
Cunningham Jos.
Dibble Fred.
Fairbrother Geo.
Harris Thos.
Hart Jas.
»Irvine Jos.
McGregor Donald
Munro Arch.
Pritchard Robt.
Simcock Saml.
Springer Benj.
Syyer John
Watkins David
Wilby Wm. CARIBOO NAMES,
$3
LIGHTNING CREEK AND  TRIBUTARIES.
Allen Mrs., sal. <te bding. ho. Harper J., butcher
Beedy A Lindon, gen. store   Hines Wm.. carpeuter
Beedy J. C, (see B. A Lindhart) Hyde Geo. (see Cameron A H.
Bendixen Mdme., saloon       Lovell J. B., store keeper
Cameron A Hyde, Beaver   Magirl R., with J. C. Beedy
Pass house..
Magirl R,,
Manetta P., branch store
Cameron M., (see C. A Hyde Robertson H., carpenter
Gannon P., hotel keeper        Shaw A. Lauderdale,teamster
Graham A., empl. J. Harper
Miners
P
bert Argand
Aime
Al
Allen Thos.
Anderson Robt
Bailey Wm.
Bannaa Wm.
Bell Jos.
Bertrand Pierre
Bilsland Wm.
Birminghan Thoe
Black John
Blackwcll Edwd.
Blythe John
Bo"oth Robt.
Brown P. T.
Brown Wm.
Bruge Jos.
Bunskill M.
Bynues Dan.
Cadman S.
Cameron Arch.
Doscher H.
Dowling Wm.
Duff Geo.
Ettershank Chas.
Evans John
Farquhurson F.
Fenton Wm. L.
Fitch S. S.
Fuller Albert
F urn ess George
Galsteral A. C. A.
Gannor- John
Gartley Geo.
Gerald Jas F.
Gilmore Jos.
Girre Robt.
Glover Wm,
Grant Jas.
Guest Hugh
Halladay Alex.
Halliday Wm.
Caruthers Matthew Halliday Thos.
Ciark Wm.
Charlton Wm.
Charlton Henry
Colmay Martin
Cooper E.
Cocking Philip
Crate Edwd.
Crolly Owen
Crompton John
Cummings Jas.
Dabson Thos.
Davis Rees J.
Davis John
Dodd Jas,
Handley Wm.
Harking Jas.
Harper E.
Harte Jas.
Healey Benj.
Hendrich Chas.
Hewlinffs Wm.
Holmes John ,
Holmes Jacob
Hooper Wm.
Houseman W.
Hutcheson Jas.
Jenkins Jacob
Job James
Job Wm,
Job Thos.
John Rich,
Johnson John
Johnstone N.
Johnston A. R
Jones John
Jones Humphrey
Jones Wm. 0.
Jones Hugh
Jones E. R.
Keller Aug,
Lewis Jas.
Lewis H, M.
Lewis Morgan
Lipsett Isaac
Lynch Patrick
Mackie John
Martin -Geo.
Martnot J. B.
Merritt Saml.
Minton Jos,
Mitchell John
Montgomery S. H.
Morgain Lewis
Moore Edwd.
Moore Wm.
Muir John C.
Munster John
MeArthur Neil
McByrne Francis
McBrown Andrew
McCormick John
McDonald Alex.
McDonald Donald
McGie R. $4
CARIBOO NAMES-,.
McLeod G.
McLean Dugald
McLean. R..
McLean Adam
Orr James
Osborne Thos.
Patterson John
Pearce Thos.
Peleraino E.
Roberts Harman
Roberts J. F.
Roberts Rich.
Robertson J. R.
Rosetti C. H.
Rosewell Henry
Ross D. H.
Ross Adam
Ross Donald
Swanson W.
Thorne H. J.
Trethway Saml.
Trethway The**-.
Trignon E.
Tucker Wm.
Turner Wm.
Hrquhart Walter
it
Ken-
tfcvtti G.
Pemberthy Joseph R©we Chas-
Perry Daniel Sampson John
Phillips Hugh Saunders Jas.
Phillips Thos
Watson Ralph
Wilkinson John
Williams John
Polgiass Emman.
Pol mere John-
Pollock James
Powell John W.
Prentice Adam
Rawlings Richard
Shearer E., foreman Williams WraMay
Smith David?
Somers M.
Steel Adam*
Stevens John
Stephens Jas.
Stemner H.
MOSQUITO CREEK.
Wilson John W
Wilson W.
Woods J. W.
Wright E.
Wright R.
Young William,
Erb Loikls,. brewery
Jeffries A MH&, store-
Mills Thomas, (see Jeffries A MiTIs^
Sadoux Chas, store
Mvaers ::
CTockihg Phillip-
Cocking Joseph
Devlin Robt..
Griffith Jer.
Jenkins-W. IL
Pendray Wm.
Rathbone Jos.
Simmons EdwcL
Thomas Davies-
Thompson W.
FORKS OF QUESNELLE,
Barry John, toll collector, bridge.
Cook Geot, empl. Bates' store-
Mitchell,. Capt. Isaiah, Mitchell's Bridge, North Fork
RICHJETBLE\T€>'CLINT©N WAGGON ROAD.
Adler A Barry, hotel keepers Cohen T*., trader
Ball H, M., Stip. Mag.. Danielsoh C'., fferryman
Barry J. T., (see Adler A B.) Downes Wm, H., farmer-
Barry Wm^, c&>
Bates O. S.r farmer
Bell J„ empl. F. J. Barnard"
Blanc L. A., photographer
Brousseau. Antonie, farmer
Chassot Jos., butcher
Calbreath John C, farmer
Crow Isaiah, trader
Duhig John, hotel; Quesnelle-
Bnnlevy Ph. C.,. hotel keeper,.
Soda Creek
Dunn J., teamster
Felker Hy., tav. keeper, etc*.
Felker Geo.,.        do
Felker R. D.,        do
George John, shoeniaken- CARIBOO NAMES'.
Gillis Hugh, hotel keeper
Hamilton Jas., stage driver
Hamilton John, cattle dea.
Hickey Patrick, boatman
Haugh R., millman
Kern J M., telegraph operator
Malbceuf Antonio, carpenter
Marshall Theo., labourer
Manson Steph., stock grower
Maury N., hotel
Meason W. D., farmer
Mene-fee T. S , farmer
Miller Wm., labourer
Moore John, labourer
Murphy farmer A stock gro.
Mdntyre J. F., tailor
McNerhamie Jasv, carpenter
McVittie Chas., farmer
Neufelder E. C, merchant
Nolan Dan., farmer
O'Hara Patrick, cattle dea.
Pacey Robt., hotel
Pelletier John P'., hot. keepr„
Porter Wm., farmer
Prossean L., ferryman-
Robertson A S., carpenter
Sullivan J. H., recorder
Thom-aaRobt., carpenter
Wilmot W. C, expressman
Wright C.K, pur. str. Victoria
Yates H., telegraph operator
Soda Creek
Other Residents, Miners, $•<
Abbott Joel
Anderson S. F.
Archdale Thos. G.
Bacon L. C.
Bailey 0.
Bennett R.
Bogk Emm.
Brahagan John
Brodie R.
Brown Peter
Brown Joseph
Bryan Jas. Bl
Byres Michael W.
Cahill Joseph
Cameron John
Clarke Michael?
Darroch Donald!
Davies H.,.
Deacher R P..
Dexter Roberfr
Dodd Wm. B.
Dow George A..
Duckworth D. N.
Dufan Jean
Edwards Benj...
Elliot Henry
Elwyn T.
Enda John
Ercole D.
Evans Ebenezer
Field Silas
Freeman George
Funnoal Wm.
Giscome John R.
Goldstadt H.
Goodson Lovel
Griffin Jas.
GuttonsKy 0.
Harris John B_
Hiek S.
Holwell A. M.
Home Henry
James Thomas
Johnston H.
Jones Albert-
Knight John
Knight Henry
Leach M. C.
Manir Victor
Mayers Christian
Metz John
Miller Edwards.
.Miver Adam
McBain J.. L.
McEvoy James-
McGuin Alex.
McKenny Francis
McKinlay James
McKinlay Ogden A_
McLean Chas.
McPhail Angus
Nelson I M.
Neudrexier F..
Nordberg W..
Paefitt Nath..
Parker B.
Peterson John
Pinchbeck Wm..
Reed Thos S.
Bribe- Jesse
Reeg Griffithi
Robinson. G. W..
Rooves Enos
Ross Murdoch
Sainsbury G.
Sanderson John
Saul Issae-
Saul W. J.
Schmidt Joseph
Stesfez George
Steitz Fred..
Stephens Thos.
Stevenson John
Stewart Alex.
Sylvester    Rufus>
Omineca express;
Tavlor Green W„ $6
COMUX AND COWICHAN NAMES.
Tindal John
Veangara John
Wax! 1 eigh Job. n
Waldron Wm,
Walker Chas. W
Ward O. J.
Willaid R. C.
.Wilscn Arnold
Wilson Chas.
Wood P. H.
Wormold Wm.
N. B.    The District of Cariboo contains a population of 920
Whites, 685 Chinese, 570 Natives and 32 Coloured persons.
Total 2207. There are 1698 acre&under cultivation. There are
in operation 2 steam saw mills, 1 water mill, 1 quartz mill and
1 flour mills steam, and water      (See statistical   tables
for further information)    The yield ot gold is  estimated at
1,047,245 dollars,
FOR REMAINDER OF CARIBOO DISTRICT SEE WILLIAMS CREEK.
COMUX NAMES
A
! B.    The district of Comux  contains a population of '102
Whites, and 1100 natives.    Total. 1202.    There vere last
year 666 acres under cultivation.    There are over  500 head
ofeattle.
Bridges Charles
Bratuie James
Brown John C.
Brown Alexander
Bell William
Beacham Robert
Coleman R. C.
Coulter Charles
Coates Philip
Carwithen R. T.
Clarke James
Calhoun William
Duncan Oliver
Duncan Wrilliana
Drabble G. F.
Ford George
Finlay Thomas
Fitzgerald John
Farr Calvin
Green Charles
Gunderson S.
Gordon D. M.
Borne A. G.
Hardy John
Jones Abraham
Machin William
Musters William
Maud Henry
Moore Patrick
Mountain Robert
Murphy Patrick
Mar wick John
McCord William
McBratney James
Pillon John
Pidcock John Doe
Perry Robert
Robb James
Robb W. R,
Rodello Joseph
Ross H. W.
Ritchie Robert
Rodgers Andrew
Reece Rees
Somerville James
Scott Robert
Thomas Robert
Thompson James
McFarlane William Thomas John
McGilvray Alex.     Thompson Robert
McNisle James       Wilson John
COWICHAN NAMES:
JV. B. No returns have yet been received from Cowichan valley
bid the population for Whites and Natives, including Salt
Spring Island and Chemainus, may be estimated at 1400. It
is one of the most productive districts in the Colony. COWICHAN NAMES.
57
Boale James
Blyth —
Brenuan P.
Botterell M.
Oregan F.
Campbell D.
. Chisholm W.
Dabson B.
Denside F.
Dodd A.
Alexander D.
Boudot Peter
Dugan James
Dugan jr. James
Duncan W.
Evans .).
Fleming Janes
Wing II. N.
Beaumont Wm.
Beduall Samuel
Bousall H.
Campbell R.
Charlie James
Dring Whi.
Drummond H.
Edson M.
French John
Flett James
Allard F.
Allard E.
Crate A. F.
Bell Neil
Davie Wm.
Davie H.
Drinkwater W.
Blagner C. II.
Dupuy Wm.
Gaborrie James
Hopkins Thomas
COWICHAN PROPER,
Harris Sam. hotel
Kinnear James
L'emon John
Lennox Thomas
Marshall Thomas
Marshall M.
Marriner E.
Marriner H.
Mahony J.
Pattison W.
QUAMICHAN.
Fleming jr. James
Gillard George
Humphrey John
Lindsay D,
Mearns James
Reece Ven. W. S.,
M, A, Archd. Van.
Richardson R.
Rogers A. W.
Rondault Rev. P.
Shaw T. B.
Three Sisters of St.
Ann's Convent
Smith Thomas
Williams Thomas
Williams T. J,
Robertson Wm.
Sinclair J."
Synge George
Smith T. C
Todd A.
Tuckwell J. S.
Weir James
COMIAKEN.
Flett John
Hales John
Leask J. C.
Lowe James
Morley John J. P.
Morley H. A.
Miller Robert.
Miller James
Mitchell Thomas
Richards T.
SOMENOS.
Drinkwater T.
Green A.
Keir A.
Keir J.
Inwood J.
Jordan Wm.
SHAWNIGAN.
Manley W.
McLennon R.
McLennon P.
Pimburv J. G.
Rennan P.
Simpson Thomas
Skinner T. J.
Skinner Ernest J,
Stonier Wm.
Spence Thomasj
Symonds Wm.
Williams W.
Windsor Thomas
Lewis L.
Lomas W. II
Nicol Thomas
Sollett James
Smythe Wm.
Skinner Ambrose
Pimbury P.
Pimbury John 't
Sawer John
Sepberd Thomas m.
SALT SPBIN© ISLAND k ESQUTHAL-T NAMES',
Shewing W.
Sinclair John
Voutrain- M.
SALT SPRING ISLAND NAMES—Burgoyne Bay—Ack-
ernjann James, Fooid Frtd., Llenney James,-BaxwelOohn, Mitchell
George, Sparrow John, Gyves J'ohir, William's Thomas. Admiral Bap
—Anderson George W., Isaacs Wm., Overton D. Vesuvius Bay—
Booth John Patten, Copeland Abraham, Buckiier Armstead, Jones
John Craven, Harrison H., Norton John p., Norton K, Pobinsoa
HeDry, Starks Lewis, Whims- Hirum, Beg<f*£ Settlement—Griffith's-' Vf.
(see Brinn & Griffiths,) Hutson W.. Lawless Joseph, McFadden Jumes,
Perry Thomas, fcainpson H., Smith W.
Antonie M,
Askew George A.
Fry W. H.
Fuller —
CBEMAINUS NAMES.
Hubart James
Mainguy D.
McEwen Charles
Loate J.
Lampkin W.
Richardson F.
Thomas —
Warren T. D.
ESQUTIMALT TOWN" NAMES :
N.M
JEsqmmalt Town contains Ik adults, Whites, 51 Natives-
;es^
(See tables)
9 Colowed and Chinese.    58  children,   Whites, 29 Nativ
Total 221
Armand J., boatman
Arthur W., "Ship Inn"
Batemau J.
Bellamy Mrs.
Bishop  C, storeliouseman,
Navy Yard
Brookman   W,  store-man,.
Vituall'ir>g Yard]
Buckit Wm., boatman?
Cameron IX, Belmont
Dare J., empl. W. Arthur-
Dobbin'T. S. elk. Navy Yard
Dods Thos , cooper Vict.Yd,
DcwnerR. L., storeho'man do
Dunstan J.
Fisher W.
Fisher J. B. clerk Bank B. C
Gray Joseph, carpenter
Green Bros, Steamboat Ex.
Green C. T., see Green Bros.
Green A. R., see Green Bros.
Greig j«..J., empl. H. B. Co.
Guard W., boatswain
Howard J. T , Union hotel,.
postmaster
Hunter R., constable, rev. off:
Isbester J.
Kim Wah, washing
Livoek W. T.r clerk in charge
Man Sing,, washing, etc.
Millmgton W.
Mist W.- W. commander R. N.
McCausland C, carpenter
McCaudlish J.
Pooley C. E., dep. reg. S. C.
Rabso-n T., store keeper
RothweM W.
Sand'ford IL, empl. H. B. Co.
Searf Geo., boat man
Spark S. J., paymaster in cg(v
Smitli G. E. [P. N.
Selleck Wm., wharfinger
Wakeman Plowden, elk. N.Y-
Walford W.
Waterhouse T., labourer
Wilby E. express waggon
WilkinsR.    •
Williams F. Navy Club
Yardley Thos., expres wagon HOPE AND KOOTENAY NAMES.
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HOPE NAMES AND SUBURBS
Anderson John
Bower Joseph
Camilos Spacker
Ernst Henry
Forsyth Matt., farmer
Gallaway Charles
Grey Wm.
Glenney Mrs.
Hamilton Thos.
Hicks Thos.
Herring Charles
Hunter Chas.
Jones Wm.
Kopp Vinconf, trader
Lazaro C, packer
Loivnzotti Andrea, farmer
Menz A., paclcer
Murphy Chas, miner
Murphy Jas., miner
Michand M.
Paulson Chas*
Poland Wm.
Poland Richie A.,farmer
Richardson G., farmer
Santa Anaa P,
Smith J.
Thorpe A.
Walker H, saw mill man
Landvoigt George, merchant Wirth John.G.
Landiz John teamster Yates William.
KOOTENAY DISTRICT NAMES s
N. B. The District of Columbia and Kootenay contains a
population of 108 Whites, 139 Chinese, 2 Coloured and 553
Natives. Total 802. It has one saw mill water power, in
operation, 1 bed rock flume in construction. The industrial
pursuits are chiefly gold mining, sluicing and teaming^
PERRY GREEK.
Buckley Wm., lager biersal.   Lyons D. J., hot. and sal.
Eeley 1., butcher and dealer Oppenheinaer <fe Co., naerch,
Heiley W., billiard* saloon and packers
Heron Joseph, Spokam saloon Smith T., barber
WILD HORSS CREEK.
Brown Jos., horse ranch, St.
Mary's
Carrington J., constable
Church D., but. and gen. tra.
Decker Geo., packer and tra.
Freeman Jos., packer and
cattle dealer
Galbraith John, prop. Kootenay ferry
Galbraith J., packer and tra.
Haydn Jos., milk ranch
naynes J. C., Stip. Mag.
Lyons D., restau. and saloon
Milby A Co., merch. and tra.
McGraw P., packer and tra.
Normansell Jas.,  chief con-.
stable and postmaster
Phillips Mich., rancher aud
trader, St. Mary's
Sam Kee & Co., Chinese mer,
Shaw    John,    rancher,    St.
Mary's river
Stevens John, store
Wade W., packer and tra.
Ward Jaa., blacksmith $0
KOOTENAY AND LILLOOET-CLINTON' JTAMES,
SEMILKAMKEN  YaLLEY.
Allison J., A Hayes J., stockranchers and gen. traders
Hudson Ba}r Co., John Tait manager, Station  Karambis,
liquor merchants general traders
0SOYO03 LAKE.
Hudson Bay Co., Theodore Krenger ,manager, liquor merchants and general traders
Custom house, W. H. Lowe, constable, J. C. Haynes, S. M.
and revenue officer
Note.—There are nearly 1000 hd. of cattle at these 2 stations
ROCK CREEK.
Smith A Landvoigt, L. Johnstcn clerk, liquor merchants
and general traders and packers
FORT SHEPHERD.
Hudson Bay Co., J. Wannicot, manager, fur and trading sta.
Custom house, Donald McDonald, resideut
FLAT BOW, KOOTENAY RIVER.
Hudson Bay Co. post, Manager, Joseph Hardisty; Clerks, D.
McLaughlin, Louis Lee
LLLLOET-CUNTON NAMES:
N. B.    The district of Lilloet- Clinton returns a population of
of 235 Whites, 80 Chinese, 3 Coloured, 909 Natives.    Total,
1224, and contains 2 saw mills, 2 flour milts, 1 saw mill and
flour mill combined.    (See statistical tables.)
PACKERS, TRADERS, AND MINERS.
Allen Dallas
Bird wig E.
Black Jas.
Brady M.
Brown Alex.
Campbell Jos.
Carskin R.
Caughill W. F.
Clawson E. L.
Cole J. J.
Crozier S. Royer
Cullen Phillip
Doltarios Bi*
Maxfield J.
Milley John
Mowralot Lc
Eastman Frank
Ennery Thos.
Evans Wm.
Hoey Thos. Marie Jas.
Howard H. McCarthy Mich
Hughes T. L. Shaw McCombs J. C.
const, Clinton     McGilverv J.
Jamieson W.
Johnston W. H.
Laing A.
Majors H.
Marshall Thos. G.
Marshall John
McLean Dan.
McLellan C. N.
Nathan Thos.
Nelson Wm.
Paisley E.
Richie J. M. LYTTON AND NANAIMO NAMES.
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Robinson Henry
Salter George
Sampson Wm. 1
Shubert A.
Slomcken John
Smith Wm.
Smith J. L. Swart J. H.
Smith Frank Swart L. 0.
Somers F Tinker George
Spelman Thomas Tyuon E., trader
Sproat Robert Young Cyrus
Stone W. S. Yates John A.
LYTTON NAMES:
Anderson James, carpenter
Boyd J T., chf const. A P. M.
Blachford Henry, blacksmith
Barger William, blacksmith
Boucherat Jean, storekeeper
BuieBros., store-keepers
Bailie George, farmer
Cavanagh George, carpenter
Chapman James, flour mill
Coxon George, store-keeper
and forwarder
Earl Thomas G., farmer
Earensham Byron, miner
Good Rev. J. B , clergyman
Hautier Louis A Allard Louis
Hogar Henry, ferryman
Hansell William, farmer
Hemsworth William, miner
Hazelgrove Joseph, miner
Irving Robert, ferryman
Kilray Patrick, butcher
Loring Lorenzo D , farmer
Leighton James B., clerk
Lattemer Henry, blacksmith
McWha William, hotel kpr.
McCormick Mich., stable kpr
MeBride James, tinsmith
Mclntyre John, miner
McNeil David, miner
Romano Lorenzo B., str-kpr.
Quagliotti John, storekeeper
Ribidu Frank, carpenter
Roles Charles, farmer
Roberts John C, farmer
Smith Robert, com. mer.
Seward Thomas, farmer
Swartz Thomas, farmer
Trimble Thos. B., carpenter,
Thieffry August, farmer
Watkinson Joseph, farmer
Jt@~ See also Yale-Lytton names.
NANAIMO NAMES.   For the most part miners.
N. B. The District of Nanaimo, V. I, returns a population
o/601 Whites, 36 Chinese, 29 Coloured and 850 Natives.
Total 1579, has 1 saw mill in operation. Shipped in 1870
27,000 tons of coal.
Aitken,  M.   A.,  Rev.   W.,
Presbyterian Church
Allan William
Allan John
Allan James
Alport C. A., Van. Coal Co.
Alport Arthur
ARenhead James
Akenhead Thomas
Akenhead Walter
Archer E C,
Argall Francis
Archer Samuel
Bate Mark
Barton William
Bell George
Beauchamp Robert
Bevilockway Joseph. 62
NANAIMO NAMES.
Bevilockway George
Bilboa Frank
Blank Charles
Bolton Henry
Bleach William
Bryden John
Burrel James
Butler Thomas
Brinn Richard
Beck James
Cartwright William
Canfield John
Choak Richard
Choak Philip
Crosby, Rev. Thomas
Cliffe Samuel
Cooper Harry
Capella John
Curry John
Curry Joseph
Christie John
Dawes J. G.
Dally Cornelius
Dick James
Darkin Anthony
Dick John
Dick Archibald
Dickson John
Dingle William
Dombraine Robert P.
Douglas John
Douglas John
Drew Richard
Drummond Charles
Dunsmuir Robt.
Dunsmuir James
Eaton Thomas
Edwards George A
Emriek Courad
Emanuel Thomas
Evans David .
Fahey Patrick
Fear Thomas
Fenny Arthur
Fiddick Samuel
Finlay Christopher
Fletcher Ambrose M.
JFoster Josiah
Foster John
Frankly n Harold
Fulton Robt.
George Richard
Gibbs Benjamin
Gilbert John R.
Gillespie James
Glaholm Thomas
Gray Robert
Gray John
Grant Klein
Ganner sen. Elijah
Ganner jnr. Elijah
Ganner Joseph
Galloway Alexander
Grandtfm John
Griffiths Griffith
Gullion Charles
Griffiths Walter
Gough Edwin
Griffiths Perry
Gough Samuel
Grimes W, H.
Hayes John
Hamilton J.
Hamilton Styla B. -
Hamilton Archibald
Hamilton Frank
Harper Jcseph
Harris Samuel
Hallern Michael
Harris James
Harris David
Harrower Samuel
Hampton Charles H.
Harvey James
Hawkes Thomas
Heath Henry
Hilton George
Hirst John
Holden John
Hopkins David
Howse James
Hunter Andrew
Hunter William
Hunter John
Humphrey Edward NANAIMO NAMES.
63
Hurley Cornelius
Isbister William
Jeffray William
Johns James
Jones Thomas
Jones T. D.
Jones Robert
Jones M. D., W. M.
Jerome Henry
Jones Samuel
Kane Thomas
Kearney Patrick
Kenny John
Kelly John
Kemp Thomas
Kemper Henry
Lawless Joseph
Landale John J.
Langston Job
Levi S. D.
Leonard James
LeBoeuf Theodore
Lindburgh Peter
Lindsay Henry
Lougman Thomas
Little Francis L.
Lake John
Lockhart Charles
Lyons Dennis
Malcoln John
Malpass John
McHaffey Moses
Mann John
Manuel William
Martin Peter
May William
Mayer Alexander
Meakin John
Meakin Frederick
Mills James
Miles Thomas
Milburn Thomas
Mitchell Andrew
Morgan Thomas
Morris Evans
Muir Archibald
McNeil John
McGloskie Peter
McDonald John
McKinlay Andrew
McGregor John
McFarlane William
Nightingale Richard
Nixon George
Norris Richard
Owen Rev. H. B.
Old George
Orwin William
Orton Morris
O'Brien James
Page Louis
Papley Alexander
Papley Peter
Papley Joseph
Parry Thomas
Parkin William
Parkin Robert
Pawson John
Payne Charles
Pearson William
Peck Thomas E.
Plant Joseph
Prindible Dennis
Please John
Power Wilmot E.
Handle Joseph
Handle Henry
Handle William
Raper Benjamin
Raper Alfred
Raybould William
Reece William
Reid James
Reid William
Reid John
Renwick John
Rich William
Richardson Richard
Richardson John
Richardson Hugh
Robb William
Roberts Samuel
Riley Jeremiah
Rowe Marcus >-
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nanaimo Names.
Spalding Warner B.,Stip.
Sabiston John
Sabiston J. McKay
Sabiston Eneas
Sampson William
Sage Jesse
Sage William
Stubbings Robert
Stewart William
Storey Thomas
Stove James
Starrall Robert
Stoddard James
Smith Bryson
^Scales John
Tate Charles M
Taylor Peter
Tennant John
Thomas JohH
Thomas Pirce
Thomas Richard
Thompson John
Tracey John
Thompson James
Tranfield George
Tregoning William
Turner Richard
Waddington Samuel
M. Wall Thomas
Walters George
Walker Edward
Watson George
Watson Ralph
Webb Joseph
Webb Moses
Webb William E.
Welsh John
Wenborn Fredrick
Westmoreland Matthew
White Rev. Edward
Wilkes Thomas
Wiles Emmanuel
Woodward William
Woodward John
Wilkes William
Wilkinson Michael
Williams David
Williams Thomas H.
Williams John
Williams John
Westwood Joseph
Wren John
Wyatt Edwin
York Charles
Young Charles N., teacher
NANAIMO DISTRICT—ALL FARMERS.
Baines Richard
Biggs John
Biggs WiMiam
Brown James
Bonell Henry
Chantrell C. W„
Chappie Richard
George Crawford
Dingman Thomas
Dolholt John
Dunn Daniel
Dupuy Theophilus
Dickson John
Edgar Magnus
Frew David
Ferguson Joseph
Francis Samuel
Gordon James
Goss Henry
Haslam Richard
Hogan W. M.
Hogan David
Hughes William
Hughes Robert
Hunter B. H.
Innis John
Kemp John
Nicholas Thomas
Sabiston Peter
Westwood W. J.
Westwood David
White C.
Wiles Emmanuel NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES.
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NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES:
N. B. The District of New Westminster (see also Burrard
Inlet and Fraser mouth lists) returns a population of 1292
Whites, 27 Chinese, 37 Coloured, Natives no returns, say 300.
Total with natives. 1650, contains 3 saw mills capable of
cutting 1SZ,000 feet of lumber datfy ; 1 grist mill and 1 die*
tillery.
Allen P., schoolmaster Deitz Geo., lumber merchant
Anderson Robert, tinsmith     Dickinson R., butoher
Armstrong William, farmer  Dixon J., miner
Armstrong W. J., J. P. Donnelly P.
Armstrong Joseph C. miner Dreweiw Richard, groom
Armstrong Thos., watchman D'Herbomez  Rt.  Rev.  Dr.,
Armand J., w._and sp. mer.        Catholic Bishop
Durien V. Rev. Father, R. C.
Vicar Gen.
Edmonds H. V., auctioneer
Edwards William, constable
Edwards William, gardener
Ashwell Geo. R., gen. dea.
Atkins Edward R., farmer
Beau Alex., fisherman
Beers James, cooper
Bennett Geo. butcher
Blackie Walter blacksmith
Black Mrs. A. W. S.
Bloomfield J., cook
Bonson L. F., carpenter
Bowden W. J., compositor
Breed Chas. T. bre.ver
Brown E., wi and sp. mer.
Browne 0. W., barber
Ee Hop, washing
Eichoff F , general dealer
Eichoff Henry, tailor
Elliott H, teamster
Elliott R. S., carpenter
Ewen Alex., fisherman
Fannin J bootmaker
Finlaison C. S-, customs dep.
Bryant Rev., Metho. clergy   Fisher W., imp. A com. com.
Bruce Henry, carpenter Fisher A., clerk
Burr W. H., schoolmaster      Fleming Capt. John. R , str.
Bushby A. T., S. M., County    Lillooet
Courtjudge, & Postmr. Gen. Flux James, labourer
Cafferty Edward, miner Forrester T., steamboat stwd.
Cafferty McNeal, gen. dea.     Foster William, farmer
Campbell A., cooper Franklin J., general dealer
Clarkson Wm, nursery.gard.
Claudet T. G., Gov. assayer
Cook T., bar keeper
Cooper James, bootmaker
Cox John, miner
Crart Pnilip, miner-
Cummings A. miner
German P , landing waiter
Gilbride R., hotel keeper
Godfrey Frank, labourer
Greer J., dealer
Grelley F., wi. and sp. mer.
Hall Jas., stonemason
Harvey William, baker
Cunningnam J, im.&gen.dea Harvey J. W., clerk
Davis J., photographer Hawkins Alfred, bricklayer
Deane R. W, carpenter, Ao. Herring John, hotel keeper
Deben R., general dealer       Herring S. W., farmer €6
NEW WESTMINSTER «AM3BH?.
Herring Arthur, clerk Mason A., cooper
Hogan H. wine A spirit mer. Masters Stephen H., clerk
Hoi brook H., J. P., imp. A Maynard Joseph, carpenter
com. mer, Ae. Milligan David, clerk
Horris Rev. EMI, Ca. clergy Moresby Mrs., school teacher
Howell Robt. road maker       Moresby H., constable
Howes S. C, carpenter Morey Jonathan, constable
.Hume Robt., miner Morrow R., insp distilleries
Hume James, clerk Murrey John, bootmaker
Holmes Miss, school teacher Murrey G, te'leg. operator
Jackman P., whipsawyer       Odin George, cooper
Jamieson Rev, Presby. clergy Page George, fisherman
Janes John, lawyer Peele A., chemist A druggist
Jacques John, waiter Picht E., wine A spirit mer.
Jenkins W., hospital stwd.     Prichard T. H.
Jen Lee, washing.
Insley A., s'earn boat pilot.
Johns Isaac, clerk
Johnstone Wm., bootmaker
Johnston John, bootmaker
Jones W, T. baker
Johnston P. L-, miner
Jones Ellis, miner
Reed Thos.. tailor
Rogers J., logging contractor
Rylett R. M., stonemason
Scott John T, retail spt dea.
Sempiere David, labourer
Smith J. 0 , pilot
Stark J, fireman
Sullivan J , steamboat stewd.
Irving Capt Wm., smrs. Reli- Sullivan Peter, millman
anee and Onward Sutherland H, shingle maker
loyal Rev. Father, O. M.  I. Suter J. K., newspaper pro-
Catholic clergyman • prietor
Kaye Fredk., fishmonger        Tait V. R, clerk in post office
Keary J., teamster, hot- keepr Turner Geo, relail spirit dea.
Kelly J , royal hospital           Varnen W., fisherman
Kirkwcod Mrs , dressmaker   Walsh Thomas, tailor
Lee Christopher, engineer      Waters Hugh, tinsmith
Watson John, tinsmith
Webster John A-, imp. A dea.
Wilson Geo., miner
Lewis W. R., stage prop,
Ling Sing, washing
Little David, fireman
LondonW., steward Gov.Ho. Wintermute J, carpenter
McBride A. gaoler
McNamara J., constable
McRoberts Hugh, farmer
Main G. B., fishmonger
Major C. G., imp & gen dea
Municipal Council :—W J.
Wise James, fishmonger
With row D , cabinet maker
Woods Ven. C. T., Archd. of
British Columbia
YoungH, retail spirit dealer
Armstrong,   President;   W.
Clarkson, C. G. Major, L. F. Bopson, J. 0. -Armstrong, W. Fisher, C.
Lee, D. Witbrow, G. Turner, Ht Elliot, E. Brown, H. V. Edmonds,
Clerk,
Public Library, N. W., B. C :—W. J. Armstrong, Chair~
man; A. T. Bnshby, F. G. Claudet, H. Y, Edmonds, H.Holbrook,
Board of Management, "NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT NAMES.
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L. C. Royal  Columbian Hospital, N. W., B. C :—W. J.
Armstrong, President; R. Dickinson, Vice-President; H. V. Edmonds,
Secretary ; F. G. Claudet, A . T. Bushby., E. Brown, H. McRoberts,
Bo .rd of Management.
Odd Fellows
/& :—New Westminster Lodge, No. 3, B. C,
I. 0. 0. F. Officers for tire present term.—W. J. Armstrong, N. G. ;
J. T. Scott, V. G.; H. V. Edmonds, Secretary; D. S. Milligan,
Treasurer ; J. Ellard, W. ; A. Peel, C.; J. Kelley, 0. G. ; H. Elliott, I.
G. ; A Ewen, R. S. N. G ; W. Blockey, R. S. V G.; A, Barnes, L. S.
Y. G. ; D. Withrswr, R. S. S. ; W. Harvey, L. S. S.
Rifle   Volunteers •—Captain   commanding,    Arthur   T.
Bushby; Lieu'
. and Adj., Henry V.   Ed
monds ; Ensign, Francis G.
Claudet;  Qu.
M. Serg.,   Rebert   Dickinson;   Color Serg.,   William
Harvey ; Serg.
and Drill Instructor, Arth
ur McBride.
Seymour Artillery, N. W., B. C :■
—Lieut.   Com., J.  T.
Scott; Qua. M
. Sergt., J. Murray ; Sergt.
Major, A. Bain ; Drill Sergt,
S. C. Howes.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT AND FRASER R,
For the most part Farmers
NORTH ARM FRASER RIVER.
Betts E.
Ferris W. P.
McGee H.
; Boyd H.
Garrippe S,
Pickles Wm,
Brighouse S.
Kilgour Alex,
H,obson D.
Briu Jonathan
Mold H.
Rowling W.
DeBeck H.
McGleary S.
S cratch ey W.
Ferris E,
McGleary F.
Smith Jas.
SOUTH ARM FRASER RIYER.
BainbridgeW.
Hosking J.
Ladner W. H.
Bunne E.
Hosking jr. J.
Sanders A. W
Everett W.
Hume Jas.
.Simpson Geo.
Green A. R,
Ibbotson John
Simpson Jas.
Green C T.
Ladner Thos. E.
MUD BAY.
Smith W.
Morgan D.              Despard
J.
MATZUE.
Andrews R. W.
Evans J; D.
Morr C.
Barnes John
Holm Jane
McClure John
Burton R.
Kelly John
Passmore S.
Cormick John
Leggatt Geo. A
Smith Alex.
Couch John
Sword J.
Turner Geo.
Evans 0. H.
Miller C. H.
Williams E,
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0M1NECA NAMES.
Anderson P, L
Bales N. P.
Campbell Wm.
Chadsey Geo.
Cadsey Wm.
Chadsey Chester
Collinson Thos.
Griffiths D. W.
SUM ASS.
Hardison J.
Hodgson R. W.
Lewis Thos.
Miller D.
McKinnen W.
McDonald Sam.
Prest W.
Rain James
Turk John
Vedder Adam
Vedder Allan
Vedder V.
Wilson Chs,
York Thos,
Amory Dan
Bateson H.
Blanchard John
Caswell C.
Cooper H.
Donnelly James
Gardner Robert
Green Saml.
Hall John
Hall William
Hall Edward
Hall Matt.
CHILLIWACK..
Kipp Isaac
Kipp Henry
Knowles Reuben
McCutcheon John
MeMillaii R
Musselwhite J.
Neleus 0.
Peers A.
Perkins C.
Portway R.
Reece J.
Roberts John
Shannon W.
Shannon Ths.
Shelford John
Sickers J.
Strouss H. W.
Starn F..
Steward J.
Sweetman Mich.
Wells Allen
Willey John
Willonghby R
Young Chs:"
FRASER RIVER ABOVE NEW WESTMINSTER.
Anderson R.
Bailey Robert
Bell j. E.
Black Geo.
Bough J.
Dalzell R.
Dawson H.
Digby Chas*
Foster J.
Greenham T.
Hammond G.
Howison W.
Holmes W.
Jenkins W.
Johnstone M..
Maxwell J.
McKinney J.
McFarlane J.
Mclvor J.
McFarlane J.
LANGLEY.
Allard Ovid,H B CCudlip Thos
Baker P.
Bradley II.
Churton A.
Clark J!.,
Cotton B.
Cromarty P.
Freeman T,
Gilmore A.
Houston J.
jolly J.
Kennedy J.
Mackie J.
McMurphy J.
McLean Capt.
Muench J.
Nelson S.
Newton W. II.
Robinson W.
Ross W.
Todd J. H.
Wickwin J.
Morrison K.
Mcintosh A.
Nicholls W.
Robie R.
Robinson S.
fTaylor J.
•Ward A  J. OMINECA NAMES.
w.
OMINECA AND SKEENAMOTTTH NAMES:
N. B,   For  the most part via Skeena River.   Note :—A
large proportion of men, tfaveUmg through Victoria, bound
for the new mines, having taken the Fraser River route, their
names were not obtained.
MINERS, TRADERS AND OTHERS. ■
Adams J H.
Agathen H.
Allen W.
Ardiel T. G.
Arunbage J.
Armstrong W.
Babbitt   Charles
Baker 0. Carroll J.
Baker C. Carswell A.
Ballister J. A. L.      Castle John M.
Bargwanna ThomasCantion George
Camia R.
Campbell R.
Cann E.W.
Cargotich P.
Carlisle J.
Carne F
bington GeorgeCarr Howard
Carragher J.
Barker John
Beegan F.
Belcher F.
Belknap H.
Bellinger J. H.
Benson W.
Black F.
Blaney Chas.
Bligh John
Block H.
Blyth A.
Bohn Michael
Bond W.
Booth Frank
Brady B.
Bridell Perry
BrittainC. W.
Broach S
Browman James
Brown Wm
Brown David
Budlong G. P.
Budlong G. E.
Budlong N. C.
Burmeister Jacob
Burns James
Burnseth J.
Burr Joseph
Bute L.
Byrne John
Demprey J.
Dewar J.
Dewdney   Edgar,
gold comr.
Donahue J.
Dooley W.
Dorgan J.
Dorland S.
Doyle John
Duecott J.
Duffy B.
Dunn Elias
Dyer Edwd.
Cavanagh W.
Chapman J. stock- Dysor Nath.
Chaseur H. [grower Earle W,
Childer G.
Christie James
Clements J.
Clark C. H.
Collins W.
Collins Thos.
Connor N.
Coot Phillip
Cox S. R.
Collinwood T.
Craddock C.
Cramer N.
Cunningham Robt.
Curnow W.
Daggett D. O.
Dall R.
Daly Cornelius
Dalziel A.
DartB.
Davenant J.
Davenant W,
Davie John
Davie J. B.
Davis Hiram L.
Davis Philip
Degner D.
Demingo W. L.
Eaton W.
Edwards R.
Edwards Thos.
Egan F.
Emmett W.
Ennor Thos.
Enton Chas.
Ersdale T. G.
Everett John
Evans Rees
Evans John
Evans J. M.
Evans Chas.
Fell J., trader
Fennessy M.'
Finiay F.
Fiscus F. W.
Flanagan P.
Fogerty Daniel
Ford John
Foster John
Fraser Alex.
Fraser P. J.
Fraser Jas.
French G.
Frledriehsen J.
Gale B. F. 70
OMINECA NAMES.
Galvin John
German sen J.
Gibson J.
Girl Robert
Gifford L. W.
Graham J D.
Graham John
Gray B.
Gray John
Green John
Gribble John
Gribble H.
Griffith Jer.
Griffiths W.
Griffiths G. J.
Grover S.
Gunderson S.
Guy Henry
Hall Robert
Hall W. G.
Hammond H.
Hankin Thomas
Hanson C. F.
Harris David
Hart Jacob
Hart Jas.
Ilaskill J.
Hawks C.
Hays D.
Hays John
Hendry T.
Henly N.
Heywood M. B.
Hicks John
Hinson E.
Hitchney Wm.
Holman John
Holmes Peter
Holt G. W.
Hopman H.
Howey D.
Hughes J. P.
Humphreys D.
Hunter S.
Hyde D.
Inches J.
Imbold Thomas
Jack A.
Jack S.
Jackson D.
Jackson J.
Jamieson J.
Jenkins S.
Jobb John
Johnson John C.
Johnson James
Johnson Thomas
Johnston Chas.
Jones J.
Jones Saml.
Jones H. M.
Jones Obadiah
Jones Thomas
Kalichopski A.
Kantz Raymond
Kays G. C.
Keen James
Kenny George
Kenny John
Kennedy J.
Kennedy Daniel
Keogh II.
Kern R.
Kern John
Kerman Thomas
Knapp H.
Kramer N.
Kreuserewski C.
?Kyle J. F.
Lafond Thomas
Langevin E.
Latchford John
Latislauer C.
Leduc P. L.
Lee T. E.
Leonard S. F.
Leonard Samuel
Leonard G. F.
Leighton A. S.
Lewis John
Linell N. P.
Llewellyn Wm.
Lloyd John
Loss G. H.
Love S.
Lyons David
Lyons R.
Mackie W.
Mackbeth W.
Mackinlay D..
Madden W.
Makin Sohu
Maloney H.
Mann E. 13.
Mann J  C.
Manis John
Marion P.
Marshall D.
Marshall Philip
Martindale P.
Martin W.
Martin J. S.
Martin D.
Meigs T. B.
Melville E. C.
Miller T. W.
Mitchell John
Mordigan M.
Morgan E.
Morne George
Morrell G. H
Morrin Samuel
Mortens E M. L.
Mott Jonas
Munn S. H.
Murray N.
Murphy P.
Myers S H.
Myers M. M.
Myers J H.
Myers W.
McBrath Wm.
McCann Frank
McCann R
McCarthy J.
McCaulay Samuel
McCount J.
McCormick N.
McCraig D.
McCraig John
McCord W. C. OMINECA NAMES.
71
Mc~ord K. C
McCraw W.
McCurty James
McDonald D.
McDonald James
McDonnell James
McEweu Robert
McGregor James
Mcintosh John
McKay A, teamster
McKenzie Alex.
McKinley Danl
McLanohan E. W.
McLarty J.
McLeod John, farm.
'McLevel J.
McNelly G.
Nauovitch M.
NarnoldH. E.
Neely C has
Nellis Wm!
NellisA.
Nelson J E.
Newnham B. teamster
Nichols Wm.
Ogilvy D- A.N.
Osgood D F.
Overend Thos.
Overton David
Page Frank R.
Parsons H.
Pate J.
Paul A.
Payment Joseph
Payne E S.
Pellew Wm.
Perry H.
Peters John
Pettingoo B. C.
Torter John
Postel G.
Pope Henry
Pringle Wm.
Ramsay J.
Randall G. W,
Randell Henry
Bay Saml.
Really W.
Reid P., expresman
Reid W.
Rhoda II M.
Roberts Robert
Roberts J. F.
Robinson M. B.
Roach Sam.
Roe Wm.
Rogers A.
Rossner Adam
iSatchford J.'
Sawyer Alex.
Schyler P. J.
Scott S.
Sharp Isaac
Sharp Thos.
Shaver R.
Shaw A. M.
Shaw Edward
Singlewood B.
Sinnel J.
Slattery James
Smith Geo.
Smith Bryan
Smith H.
Smith   Lawrence
butcher
Smith R.
Smith G. E.
Snow H.
Spence A.
Spier W. K.
Spalding N.
Spohr Geo.
Stadelmann C. H..
Stephens I.
Stevens Peter
Stephens,J. E.   .
Stewart W.
Stirlam J. W.
Summers E.
Sutherland 0.
Sutherland D.
Taylor Thos.
Theakston A.
Thomas John
Thomas E.
Thomas R.
Thomas Wm.
Thorn R.
Tralese E.
Treland M.
Trevaillot A.
Trim James
Trivithick J.
Tungath George
Turney Wm. 9
Vail Geo T.
Waddingn Sam.
Wagnall L.
Wagner John
Wales Wm.
Walter William
Wallace J.
WTaller Davison
Wannell L.
Waterman F.
Watson Charles
Wale William
Webster E. A.
Weiler John
Welch James
Welch John
West William
White John J.
Wield Andrew
Wilcox W.
Willy R.
Willet P.
Wilder D. S.
Wilkinson • Sam.
Williams Jonah
Williams W.
Williams J.
Williams E.
Williams G. B.
Willock Wm.
Wilson John
Wood Aaron
■m •K
QUESNELLE ANJ) SAN JUAN NAMES.
Wood Charles
Wood R.
Workman D.
Young A. S.
Young Clifton
Young F.
Young S.
Note.—For additional Omineca names see end of the names.
QUESNELLE NAMES:
Aagarty Meldon Mich. empl.
J. H. Bohanon
Barlow Abraham merch.
Beedy <to Co., J. C. merchs
Boyd A Heath, farm and hot.
keepers, coldspring house
Boyd J. (see B. A Heath)
Bohanon, J. Madison farmer
and butcher
Boulanger J. farmer
Brousseau jr., Antonio Less:
A Ques. ferry
Prousseau A farmer
Brown A Gillis, Occiden. hot.
BrOwn Thos- (see~B. A Gilles)
Cohen A Hoffman, dry goods
merchants
"Cohen Louis  (see  Cohen  A
Hoffman)
Crossley, J, empl. E. Pearson
&Bro.
Dani'elson, Chas. farmer and
saloon keeper
Duhig, J. saloon keeper
Eimore, Marven P. merchant
Finn, Albert Warren teamster
George, John shoemaker
Gillis, Hugh (see Brown & G.)
Girod A Guichon merchants
SAN JUAN NAMES :
Ar6hambault, farmer
Bailer P., farmer
Beagon J., farmer
Bell W, school teacher
Bird Col., American Garrison
Benjamin Dr., American Gar.
Bogus W., shepard
Boice J. C, farmer
Brown* M., farmer
Bull Joe., farmer
A
Girod,    Jean    (see     G.
Guichon)
Green, John teamster
Hudson Bay Co. merchants,
R. W. Williams in charge.
Johnson R. L., col. rest.
Kerr, Jas H. brewers
Kwong Lee A Co.
Lang, John blacksmith
McNerhaine, J.  (see Robertson <fe McN.)
Pearson, A Bro. E. tinsmiths
Robertson    Duncan,   blacksmiths
Robertson   A   McNerhaine,
carpenters
Rober'son, Alex. Selkirk (see
R. A McNerhaine)
Rose, H. empl. J. C. Beedy A
Co.
Shaw, R. Lauderdale   empl.
Brown A Gillis
Tie, E. merchant
Thomas, R, carpenter
Trevor, Dr. Postmaster and]
Constable
Wallace, Alex, hotel keeper
13-mile house'
Williams, Robt. W. in charge
H. B. Co.store
Ben A., sheperd
Carney J., farmer
Charters J, clerk
Comayou C, farmer*
Cooper P., farmer
Cournett P., farmer
Dawson W., Tel operator.
Deane J., farmer
Delacombe Capt. Brit. Gar.
Dcugias, farmer THOMPSON RIVER NAMES.
73*
Falerdoo, farmer
Firth R., farmer
Fleming J.,
Fraser W, farmer
Fraser, R. farmer
Friday J , farmer
Fuller S., carpenter
Grouse S., farmer
Gill Serg., British Garrison
Hankeson J.f farmer
Hannah R., farmer
Hunney J., farmer
Haskell Capt. Araer. Gar.
Hofimeieter A, trader
1 nman Lieut. British Gar.
Johnson Lieut, Amer. Gar.
Jemmieson, farmer
Jackie W., farmer
Jones F. farmer.
Kiddey J.
Lagamin, farmer
Lumplad D., farmer
Little J., farmer
Lawson J., farmer
Madden D, farmer
Madden C., farmer
Montgomery J.,  mule shoemaker .
Macarty J., shepherd
. McKenzie D., farmer
MaskeyW.
Nelson R. farmer
Niekerson L. W., trader
O'Dwyer H., boatman
Oak D., farmer
Paskaroo W., farmer
Peterson S., farmer
Rosier S, farmer
Spaulding IL,  Serg., Amer.
Garrison
Ross J., farmer
Sandwith J., farmer
Smith G. W., farmer
Stone Corpl., British Gar.
Taylor J, trader
Taylor J., farmer
Tod John jr., trader
Thornton T, farmer
Thornton B., farmer
Terril B., farmer
Weekes T. J, preacher
Walker J., farmer
Welch L , farmer
Willy J., land agent
Warbus
Benjamin Dr, Amer. Gar.
THOMPSON RIVER NAMES :
AS FAR AS COOK'S FERRY.
Post Office Address Fort Kamloops.
FOR THE MOST PART FARMERS AND GRAZIERS.
Blackbourn J., stock grower Heffley    Adam,   (see   H.   A
Brown Alex.
Campbell Lewis
Chapman F.
Chase Winfield
Duck & Pringle
Fortuue Wm., miller
Guillaume Victor
Gallagher John, boatman
Ilorland B.
Hart Nich.
Ueflley A Ovans
McKenzie agent
Ovans
Holland J. & Jamieson
HudsonJBay Co. merchants,
J.
Ingram Henry
Javaux J
Knoff J.
Layton G. R., empl. H. B. C.
Martin G. B.
McDonald Ben., lumberman
McBryan Alex. 1ST
THOMPSON RIVER NAMES.
McGhier W.
Mclvor W.
McQueen J. B.
McCawley J.
McKenzie J, agent H.
Mcintosh J., miller
O'Brien John laborer
Ovans David
Pemberton A Jones
Peterson John, packer
Robbins Cyrus
Robinson W. H.
Ross    James,   farmer   and
general trader
' Sullivan Mich.
B. C   Thompson & Todd
Thompson Robt.,  (see T.  A
Todd)
Todd J.,   (see  Thompson &
Todd)
Walker Donald
Walker Wm.
POST OFFICE ADDRESS SAVANA'S FERRY.
For the mostpart Farmers and Graziers.
Daffy Patrick
Goutard Philip
Graves J B.
Gunn A Kelley
Morton Hugh
McCullum C, packer
Newman J.
Pennin A Swan, packers
Robert Edwd.,  hotel keeper
and grazier
Sabiston J., general trader
Wilson John
BONAPARTE RIVER.
Barnes A Brink, packers and
farmers
Campbell J., hotel keeper
Caughill W. F.
Cooper V B.
Cornwall Bro,
Craig John, labourer
Dunn Thos,
Kennedy   P.,   empl.   F.   J.
Barnard
Morean Pierce, teamster
McGhee Wertley, teamster
Orr James, farmer
Perry C G.
Rennie Hugh, laborer
Robertson J., laborer
Sanford W.H
Sewlen   C.  A.,  farmer  and
agent Barnard's express
Vane   Alex,    empl.    F.   J.
Barnard
Vesay John, laborer
Ward Jas, blacksmith.
ASHCROFT, (Cache Creek and Vicinity.)
Amperait Antonie
Aruprioz Chumetz
Dominique A.
Groves Ewd., barkeeper
Kennedy W., laborer
Perault Frank
Sallas Bernard
Sherman Pierce, farmer and
teamster WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES.
TO.
WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES :
N. B.   See remarks as to population at the end of Cariboo
names.
BARKERVILLE.
Balls H. M., Stip. Mag. &c.,   Gibbs Rebecca, washing
Barnston J G., barrister-at-lawGoodfellow J, agt Bk. B N A.
Bell Thos.,M. D.,M. R C. S Goodson John G,baker,prop.
Bendixen Mdme, St. George     Wake-up-Jake saloon
saloon Grunbaum Bros, merchants *%
Bissonnette    Francois     (see Grunbaum   Bernhardt,   (see-
Lambert A B. Grunbaum Bros.
Bonney David, milk ranch      Hagamann Christian, carpen.
Bowron John, postmaster and Harding Thomas, baker
librarian Hedin John, saloon
, Bruce John, house carpenter Hitchcock Wm., Gov. assayr.
Burgess John, (see Holt& B. Hoffman A., (see Cohn <te H.)
Byine8 Geo., deputy sheriff HollowayRobt, prop. Cariboo
Cameron   A   Amm,   black-     Sentinel
smiths Hooke John,   empl.   J.    G.
Cameron W. B,   (see   C. A     Goodson
Amm) Johnson Arthur, shoemaker
Chassot Joseph, butcher Kelly, saloon and hotel
Chipp John, M. D., M. R. C. Kerr Jas. H , brewery and sal.
S. Kurtz D , (See DeNouvion A
Cohn & Hoffman, merchants     Kurtz
Cohn Joseph, (see C. & Hofi- Lambert A Bissonnette, mers.
man) Lambert Oliver, (see Lambert
Coulan Mdme, washing A Bissonnette)
Crossley J., empl. E. Pearson Lawrent Madme, saloon
& Bros. Lecuyer F., empl. French hot.
Dakin Geo. teamster Lindsay James, constable
Daley John, (see Mason & D. Halamont J. B., carpenter
Davison W., watchmaker &c. Manetta P., merchant
Deffis Mons. B., prof, of Ian- Mason A Daly, rest, keepers
guages Mason Jos, (see M. A Daly}
Denny Jos., saloon keeper     Meacham A Nason, saw mill
DeNouvion A Kurtz, traders   Meacham Jas. R, saw mill
DeNouvion Theophile,    (see Meacham Wm. A., (see M. A
DeN. <fe Kurtz Nasbn
Derrick Rev. Thos ,Wesl mis Millross W. T., sign and ho.
Ebert Miss Eliz., dancing sal.     painter
Edwards John T., gen. store   Moses   Wellington D.,  hair
Elder Jas. W , carpenter dresser
Feck Fred, N. England store MeArthur Alex., blacksmith
Fletcher Thos, gas-fitter, var- MeCullum Cohn, mer. tailor
iety store McCall W., assist, assayor TG
WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES.
Melnuis Alex D , Dominion Sanders John, carpenter
saloon Scwaitzer Kate, empl.  dance
Nicholson Jas H, house
Nicholson II, Wake-up-Jake Scwaitzer Emma, do       do
restaurant
Siddall Dan., M. D , dentist
NasonlthielB., (see Meachum Smith C. McBean,  empl.  C.
&N.)
Nott John, carpenter
Oppenheimer & Co., mers.
Park Jas, barr.-at-law
Parker Sam. P., Parlor sal.
Pattie Mdme., saloon
Oppenheimer
Steele Jas T., rancher, milkman
Stirling Wm., saloon &c.
Sullivan John II., chief constable'and recorder
Pearson A Bro , tinsmiths, etc. Taylor Jas. P., drug store
Pearson Edwd ,(seeP.&Bro) Thompson J. S, editor  Car.
Pendola Angelo,  prov. and.     Sentinel
liq. store Tomkins Saml. B., blacksmith
Powell Walter, agt Bk. B. C. Valencour] has., Cunio'sbrew-
Picot Mdme. Julia,  French     ery and saloon
hotel Yon Volkenburg B., butcher
Price Ellen, washhouse Viguolo A., Cunio's brewery
Rennie W., boot and shoema Walker Saml., Albion saloon
and restaurant
Wickham Jas., com. mer., agt.
Barnard's express
Reynard Rev J., Anglic mis.
Rose Fred , Fashion saloon
Ross Hugh, elk. H. B C.
saloon
Chinese.
Ah Law, provision dealer      Sam Sing, washing &e.
Chann Luun,  agent Kwong So Lang, washhouse
Scott John W, empl Stirling Wilde Louis, shoemaker
Wilson Florence, Felix saloon
Lee & Co.
Foo Seang, watchmaker
Ha Law, bakery
Kcng Kee, washing &c.
Kwing Chang, agent Kwong
Lee A Co.
Ning Sing, store
Sam aloo, bakery
Tai Loy, store keeper
Tai Soong merchant
Wa Lee, store keeper
Wa Ying Low. agent Kwong
TO/. '    ° °
Lee & Co.
Wo Lung, store keeper
Yung Lee, washhouse   and
baths
RICHFIELD.
Deffa John, baker
Frigoni Edwd., Miners' sal.
Green Geo, tailor
Harris John B., butcher
Lai Her Francois, merchant
McGucken Rev. Father, 0. M.Wintrip L» "blacksmith
I, St. Patrick's Church "     '
Maury N., Josephine saloon
Neufelder F., merchant
Pelletier J P, Richfield sal.
Smith James., tailor
Steele Henry WILLIAMS CREEK NAMES.
77
Miners:—Williams Creek and Vicinity.
Anderson Rolf
Anderson A.
Anderson Wm,
Baker H W.
Ballantine D. D.
Ba ncy D. H.
Barnstone W.
Bastedo John G.
Berry R B.
Blique Antonie
Bowden Nicholas
Boyer Jas
Bradshaw B.
Bray P. B
Briggs Thos. H.
Brown Robert A.
Brown R. H.
Bryant John
Burdi;k James
Burgess J. P., carp
Cameron W. B.
Cameron Alex.
Carey David
Carter W. L.
Chatworthy Adam
Click Alex.
Christie H. machin
Cicero G.
Cowley J. 0.
Coyne James
Craft Wm
Crimp J. L., clerk
Dakiu Geo.
Dingwall Geo.
Dixon Wm.
Dodd Wm.
Dodd W Y.
Drake Saml.
Draper James
Drinkall R.
Dreesom John
Elywnn Thos.
Evans T.
Fitch Fred.
Fitchey Wm.
Fitzgerald E.
Fletcher A.
Floyd J O
Flynn T. H.
Forrest Wm.
Foster Wm. F.
Foster Niuian
Foster T.
Gilmore H.
Graham Robt.
Grant Jas.
Gray Saml.
Gunn John
Hall Wesley
Hall W
Harding Thos.
Harris Thos.
Heade John
Hill Robt.
. Hilton M.
Hine Chas. C.
Hitchcock W., asst
asscyor
Hodgkinson W.
Holloway J. J.
Hook John
. Hosford Wm.
Hough J. Z.
House Chas.
Howley P.
Hughbow Geo.
Humphreys John
Hunter Jas, surv.
Isaac Geo.
Jackson Jas.
James J.
James H.
Jeffenex Wm.
Jeffrey A.
Jenkins John E.
Johnstone A.
Jones C. F.
Kaittring Jas.
Kay John R.
Kerr Jas. H. brewer
Kelley Andrew
Kerr   ]r   Jas.   H,
publican
Kelly Patrick
Kennedy   Samuel,
farmer
Kerase J. »
Kief Michael
Kinny Geo.
Kohn Saml.
Lambers John
Lanlan Wm.
Leash Jas.
Lecuyer F. A.
Leggatt Edwd-
Lennin R.
Lewis L J.
Lindsay   Jas., act:
chief constable
Lipsett R.
Lord John E.
. Love John
Lynch M..
MagoodJas A.
Martin John
Magood John
Martin John
Marquis Jas.
Mason Jos.
May Jas.
Matthew Jos.
Meinerstoff H.
Melady Anthony
Merifield Jon.
Mills Daniel
Milross W. J.
Mitchell John
Montgomery Jos.
Montise S.
Moore W.
Morrow A. M.,millr;
Muir John L.
Munroe John
Munson Alex.
Murphy John 78
WILLIAMS CREEK AND YALE NAMES.
Murray John
Murdoch Geo.
McAllister J.
McCod Wm.
McCraigg M.
McCalton D.
McCullum C.
McCann Peter
MoCormick W. C.
McDerwick D.
McDonnell John
McDonnell D. R.
McDermid Duncan
McDougal Thos.
McDonald Alex.
McDonald Peter
McDonald E D.
McDonald Donald
McDonald John
Mclntvre N.
McKay George
McKenzie W.
McLean John
M cL el 1 an Farquh ar
McNaughton Arch.
McNaughton Jas.
MePheil Angus
McPherson H.
McVicar John R.
Nicholson H. E.
Nutt Jonathan
O'Dounell John
YALE NAMES :
Ogden Edward
OvNeil C. P.
O'Neil Cornelius
Patulla T. R
Pearce Henry
Pearce .Saml. C.
Pearcey Sanderson
Pender Jacob
Perret F,
Pol mer John
Pomeroy John
Porter Alex.
Rudolph Mich.
Raimill Chas.
Ralph Wm., teams
Randall II.
Reed John
Richards Addison
Robertson Alex. A.
Rogers S. A.
Rome Samuel
Rose Fred, barkeep
Sanders John
Scott Wm.
Scott J. W.
Shepherd Guy L.
Simcoek Samuel
Simpson Thomas
Smith R H
Smith D. T.
Someis Robert
Spencer George
Steele II.
Steele J. H.
Stevenson John W
Stevenson W.
Stewart James •
Thistlewaite T.
Thomas S.
Thompson J Spencer
Thompson Wm.
Thompson George
Tomkins SB.
Travail lot 0
Tunstall G. C.
Tunstall George
. Vandeleur Chas.
Vanriot F. P.
Verta Santo
Veil; t i G.
; Walker Samuel
Walsh James
West HenrjT R
, Westmoreland R.
Wickham James
Wighland Robert
Winterbottom W.
Wild Louis
W7ilby Wm.
Wilson Thomas
Wilson Ogden
Woodcock Henry
Young A. S.
Alway J, teamster
Bailey & Lawrence, mers.
Barnard & Beedy, proprietors-
Thompson's road steamers.
Farry J. F., saloon keeper
Beedy J. C, (see Barnard &
Beedy) mers. and forwg. agt,
Black James, teamster
Bristol W, labourer
Burr Joseph, saddler
Clark >—, rancher
Claire P., merchant
Coffee E., gaoler, constable
Deas J. S., tinw.- and hardware
Delatre Mdme., boarding ho.
Dickinson Frank
Douglas B, saddler
Dunbar Geo., saloon and livery stable keeper
Fuller W, empl. W. Mc-
Quarrie
Gerow A Johnson, mail contractors and forwarding agta
Harvey W., clerk II. B Co.
Herdman & English, blksmth. YALE' AND YAt,E LYTTON NAMES.
79
He Tie, merchant
Holmes Rev. D , Epis. miss.
Kai Kee, merchant
Kimball & Gladwin,   forwd.
commission merchant
Kwong Lee & Co., merchants
Latremouillier F., (see Per-
rier & L.
Macdonald Wm. A , sal. kpr.
Maharry Washington, carp.
Morgan Alex., barber
Moorhouse   Chas.,   clerk J.
C Beedy
Morrison & Co., Colonial hot.
Mullen B. T., boarding house
McCulley J., carpenter
McKay J. W., cf tra. H.B. C.
McLardy A„ baker
McQuarrie W., bootmaker
Nieholles John, telegraph op.
Oppenheim.    S.   & L.,  dry
goods merchants
Peck E, carpenter
YALE-LYTTON NAMES:
Oppenheimer Bros., (D., I,
0., C , A G.) merchants
Poo!e Wm.,  ostler F. J. Barnard
Pope Geo, toll keeper
Pope C. E., constable
Perrier   A     Latremouillire,
hotel keepers
Riddle Jas. blacksmith
Ross A Co, saloon
Rush A., painter
Sargison  G.  A.,   agent F. J.
Barnard
Sauers  C.  G., empl   Gerow
A Johnson
Schooley Thos., carpenter
Stott Jas, wheelwright
Thompson Mrs.
Tingley S., stage driver and
agent F. J. Barnard
Ward Wm. H, teamster
Yan Wo Sang & Co., mers.
N B.   No returns of population $c. have come to  hand for
this District.
MINERS, PACKERS, &c.
BkckN.
BoothroydGeo.W.
Pojcherat L.
Bourassa M.
Cavanagh George
Chapman Chas.
Church Robert.
Coutlie Alex.
Feart George
GaiTero Ant.
Gorall G.        *
Hantz H.
Keithley Wm.
Lamie A.
Moorhouse Chas.
Mclntyre John
MePhillips P.
Petch Chas.
Piaggio G, trader
Pleace Alfred
Pocock T.
Richby George
Rombrot Nincent
Rombrot C G
Salter Geo, hot. kp.
Slomeker John
Taulim Wm.
Tingley S.. sta dri.
Torniey Eflwd., cattle dealer
Western S. S.
BIG BEND NAMES:
Traders, etc.
Foster Daniel McDonald Benj.      Peterson J., packer
Mara John A. mer. Nichols 0. S., mer. Todd R., catt- dea. Anderson A.
Bealey Amb.
Bower John
Briere Onesime
Carrigan Owen
Crawford M. W.
Miners, Backers, etc.
Furry J.. H.
Gillis John
Grant Ewd.
Emery S.
Guerra H B.
Gunn Hugh
McKay Anl.
Paxton Saml.
Quigley Joseph
Macpherson J. G.
Walsh M. W.
Waterson J J,
OMINECA & SKEENAMOUTH:
ADDITIONAL NAMES.
Miners, Packers, etc.
Adams W.
Bacon 0 A.
Barry John
Bardett E. M.
Bennett Wm.
Boirne W.
Carey J.
Giber J. F.
Clayton R.
Coon Henry
Courser Jchn
Craig Jas.
Cunningham
W.A.
Fennell W. S
Gilmore H.
Grant Jas. W.
Hemenover Elias
Hutcheson J.
Irving C.
Jess James
Johnson Andrew
Jones D.
Kalahar W.
Kalahar J
A      Laundry Gilbert
NaryR.
FrankNeil John
Nicol J.
Noone C.
Palmer G.
S. Parry T. J.
Ridley Robt.
Ripper Philip
Ritson John
Shoemaker Chas.
TodS.
Toomey J.
Van wart J   G.
Walton Jacob
Williams G. R.
Weight C.
Young Allen
Rithett R. P., empl. J. R. Stewart
Preece T, engineer Spring Ridge Water Works
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ERRATA.
2, for near Government st. read Government st.
2, for employ three times read employment
3, for Baldein Mrs., read Balden Mrs.
4, for Booth Benj , read Boake Benj.
4, for Boardman ft. W., Gordon st., read Pandora M,
5, for Bradbury J. W., S. Saanich, read-A^. Saanich
6, for Buekwer farmer, read Buckner {
6, for Calderch, read Colder Chas.
6, for Calderch Alex., read Calder Alex.
7, for Caulier H. Skipton, com. mer., etc, read farmer
Victoria District
8/for Courtney Henry Clapen, read Courtney Henry
Classon ERRATA N-AMES*.
PI
Page   9 for Crowther Richard Atkin, carver and gilder,read
house and sign painter .
after Curry Thos , read labourer,  Victoria
for Essener Jos , tuner, read tunrer, etc.
for Farwell Stanthrope, read Farwell Stanhoj>e
for Friedman Jos., read Fried Jos.
for Gillis Hugh, store  street,  read  (see Br.wn §
G Ills), Store QuesneUemouih
for Goudie J. J., read Goudie, jr., J.
for Guild N. II., read Guild A. H.
after Hall Philip J., read steward Victoria Fire Department
after Harrison Eli, painter etc., read Yates street
after Helmcken John Sebastian,  read Surgeon, M.
for Hener Geo., read Heuer Geo. [L. C.
for Johnson PhilipT., read Johnston Phil. T.
for J. Mady, Royal Exchange, read Market Exchanqe
25, for Marcore Ixeaver, read Marcore Xavier
25. for Mirtin A. J ,.read Martin A. J.
30,   for Nicholson C. A.,  agent for  B. C. and V. I.
sawmill, read Agent for Blastings mill
36,   for Rickman A , (see Willson &  Rickman), read
late Willson § Rickman
\   9
i
12,
12,
14,
14,
15,
16,
16,
17,
17,
17,
20,
24.
JOHN  WATSON,^)
I Plate ai Sheet Iron fi
m
Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
GOVERNMENT STREET, N. SIDE, FOOT OF BROUGHTON ST.
ARCHI T.E CT AND CONTR ACTOR,
is prepared to contract for, or superintend the erection of brick or wood
buildings of any style, and will furnish plans or specifications at short notice
OFFICE—Government Street near Broughton. j
82                                          RATES OF POSTAGE.
I                       RATES OF POSTAGE.
IFIFtOHUE     BEITISH     COXjTXIMIDBIJ^-
INCLUDING COLONIAL CHARGE OF FIVE CENTS.
COUNTRIES.                                            ^ OT_       ,A 0I_
Payment.
Aspinwall         -       -       -        -       —        25
Compulsory.
Australia     -----   —        25
Do.
Austria             -                                   —        25
Optional.
Belgium via France     -       -       -   —       25
Do.
British North American Provinces —       15
Do.
Cape of Good Hope          -       -       —       50
Compulsory.
Chili —        40
Do.
Cuba        -----       —       25
Do.
China —       25
Do
Denmark         ....       —       25
Compulsory.
France         -----   —       25
Bo.
German States         -       -       -       —       25
Do.
Great Britain and Ireland   -       -   —       25
Compulsorv.
Greece (by French mail)          -       —       65
Do.
Holland via France     -       -       -   —       25
Optional.
Mexico             -                -       -       —       15
Compulsory.
Norway       -----   —       40
Optional.
Panama           -                                  —       25
Compulsory.
Peru             —       40
Do.
Poland                      ...       ___       25
Optional.
Portugal via England          -       -   —       50
Compulsory.
Prussia    -       -       -       -       -       —       25
Optional.
Russia (Prussian enclosed mail) -   —       35
Do.
Sandwich Islands    -                         —        25
Compulsory.
Spain via France         -       -       -    26        47
Do.
Sweden (Prussian enclosed mail)   —       40
Optional.
Switzerland (French mail)      -        —       40
Do.
United States      ....   —         6
Do.
West Indies, British 25, not British —       40
Compulsory.
Notb—Some of these amounts are less at Canadian
rate9. STATISTICS OF TRADE.
83
STATISTICS OF TRADE.
IMPORTS.
The total imports of merchanisc into British Columbia  for  1870
in vaiue were.. $1,608,63',
To'nl amount oi'duty paid  whs  313,033
Ti.e total imports for 1869 were   1,789,059
The total imports for 1st quarter 1871 were.  302.169
Total amount of duty   paid  59,003
EXPORTS.
The total shipments of Coal for 1870 from the port of Nanaimo, toks.
including home consumption, were „  20.699
The total Exports for the year   1870  15,4-2
Tbe total exports of lumber for 1870 from all parts, in value were $ 128.257
The total exports of furs and hides  177.004
The total exports of coal.>...*;..'  96,6^7
The total \alue of all other exports viz., cranberries, fish-oil, fish
etc    45,989
Total exports „ „  448,027
Total value of re-shipments of imported goods  63,820
In 1871 the exports of lumber have much increased;  one mill at 511,847
Burrard Iulet having been closed in 1870.
1
TREASURE SHIPMENTS FOR 1870.
[all through Wells Fargo & Co.]
Vaiious bank?, (no de ails r'ceived )-
.1,002,717.65
SHIPMENTS DURING THK PREVIOUS YEARS :
1863 $2 605,154 79
1864  2,678,518 95
1865  U,067,001 30
1866  1,625,311 19
1867 $1.859,758 25
1868  1,780,587 08
1869  1,374,871 84
1870	
RECAPITULATION.
Total value of imports into Colony, for 1868.. $1,608,636
Total value of exports exclusive of gold  .»     511,847.
Total value of treasure shipments  1,002,717 84
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
The Standard Life Assurance Company,
[established 1825.]
Constituted by Special Acts of Parliament.
Governor,
His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and Queenbeerry, K. G.
t,       „ f The Risrht Hon. the Earl of Dalkeith, M. P.
Dkp. Governors, < „,,    „.°, . n       .,    «   , „e<j..-- -t* V
'   ^ The Right Hon. the Eirl of Stair. K. T.
Chairman of the London Boaid,
Manager and Actuarx       -
The Right Hon. Lord Elcho, M   P.
William Thomas Thomson, F. R. S. E.
The business of the Company has increased steadily year by year sine
establishment in 1825.    During the last 20 years its progress has  been
rapid
The total amount of Insurances effected in 20 years, was £11,289,450
Being a yearly average of upwards of half-a-million sterling ; but since 1
the amount of new Assurances effected has considerably exceeded a ru:
sterling annually.
Tbe Accummulated Fund is new nea.ly £4,000,000.
Tbe Annual Income exceeds £680 000.
The Directors invite particular attention to the terms and conditions
the Fire Assurance Scheme, under which persons assured are allowei
reside in any part of the world free of extra premium.
■e its
very
6 10
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tlion
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
THOS. HARRIS, Esq., ex-Mayor,      I KENNETH McKENZIE, Esq..Lake Hill,
GUSTAV SUTR'.), Esq., Victoria     | T. L. STABLSCUM1DT, Esq., Victoria
MEDICAL ADVISER Dr. Jas.   Trimble.
AGENT AND SECRETARY R BY. Burnabv.
S& C. F. B A RN AUD, M. D.
MECHANICAL AND SURGICAL DENTIST,
Office—Douglas st., first house on the right, south of Fort st.
ADVICE  GRATIS.
ALL BRANCHES OF THE PROFESSION SKILLFULLY EXECUTED.
a& T. J. MILLS BOWDEN,
Corner Government and Bastion street, Victoria B. O.
ALL WORK DONE IN THE DENTAL LINE. BRITISH COLUMBIA & DOMINION TARIFFS.
8$
BRITISH COLUMBIA & DOMINION TARIFFS
IN PARALLEL COLUMNS,
Showing at a glance the amounts charged on the same article.
SPECIFIC DUTY LIST.
B. C. TARIFF. DOMINION TARIFF.
Specific duties in
all cases of 5 per
tent added.
5 cents per gal.
qts 7 cts. in bottle
lOper ct. ad. val '
both case3
15 ad. val.
30 cts. per 100 lbs.3 cts. per bush.
malt 40 cts. per b.
1 ct. per R>. 3 cts per lb. beans
$1 50 per gal.        $1 20 per gal.
25 cts. per 100 lbs.10 per ct. ad. val.
Ale and Porter in wood..
do iu bottle..
Bacon and Ham	
Barley, Oats, Field Peas aud Malt.
15 cts. per gal.
30 cts. per doz.
4 cts. per ft.
Beans, Split Peas
Bitters	
Bran and Shorts..
Buckwheat	
Batter	
Candles	
Cheese	
Cider 	
Cigars I	
Coal H ...
Coffee, raw	
Coffee, unmanufactured	
Cornmeal	
Eggs	
Flour	
Fresh Fruits, vidi. Apples, Cherries,
Currants, Gooseberries, Pears,Plums,
Raspberries, Strawberries	
Gunpowder, sporting	
do blasting	
Hay	
Hops	
Lard	
Lime	
Lumber, rough Eir and Cedar.
dressed  |	
Shingles	
Fence pickets	
Laths	
Livestock, Horses and Mules...
Beef Cattle	
Milch Cows	
Sheep and Goats....
Hogs	
Oatmeal	
Potatoes	
Rice	
Shot	
Sugar, raw	
1 ct. per ft>.
10 cts. per R>
5       do
5 do
15 cents per gal.
$2 per 100 (2 c
$1 25 per ton
3 cts. per ft).
6 do
£ ct per R).
12£ cts. per doz.
$1 50 per bbl.
I ct. per lb.
other kinds free
15 cts. per lb.
4 cts, per lb.
15 per ct. ad. val.
3 cts. per lb.
15 cts. ad val.
ea)45 cts. per lb.
50 cts. per ton
3 cts. per lb.      -.
6       do
15 cts. per bbl.
free.
25 cts. per bbl.
10 per ct. ad. val.
6 cts per lb.
3       do
$4 per ton
10 cts. per lb.
5 cts. per lb.
50 cts. per bbl.
$3 per 1000 feet
5       do
1 per 1000
2 do
1 do
$2 per head
3 do
2 do
75 cts. per head
$2 per head
1 ct. per lb.
J ct. per lb.
t£     do
2 cts. per lb.
2       do .
15 per ct. ad. val.
10 per ct. ad. val.
5 cts. per lb.
1 ct. per lb.
15 per cent.
■ Free.
[-10 per ct. ad val
J
15 cts. per bbl.
10 per ct. ad. val.
1 ct. per lb.
15 per ct. ad. val.
f and 25 per c. a. v. 86
AI> VALOREM LIST.
refined.
Spirits :
Brandy..	
Gin   Whisky,
other kinds..
Rum   and   all
Tea.
Tobacco.
Vegetables :
Onions	
Fresh ,	
Wheat	
Wines :
Champagne and Moselle	
China  (Medicated).-	
California, red and white	
Claret	
Port,Sherry & all other descrip.
2*       do
ACCORDING
PROOF.
$2 per gal.
2       do
123 cts. per lb.
TO
25
2 cts
1
do
per lb.
do
1 c. <fc 25 %} c. a. v.
80 cts. per gal.
unennmerated
pweet'd  & mixed
. $1 20 per gal.
Black  3\ cts and
15 per cr. ad. vxl.
G een  and  Japan
7 cts per  lb. and
15 per. ct. ad. va'.
Si u f 20 ct?, per lb
and l2j ^jj ct a.v.
\ 10 per ct. ad. v.
35 cts. per 100 lbs.4 cts per lb.
of all kind
$3 per dox, qts
1 50 per gal.
25 cts. per gal.
20 do
75 cts. per gal.
including domestic wines : 10
cts. per gal and
25 per ct. ad. val.
AD VALOREM LIST.
B. C   TARIFF
per c
Axes
Beef, salt
Billiard and Bagatel
tables
Blankets
Boots and shoes
Bread
Canvass hemp
cotton
Cards, playing
Cassia, ground
Chicory   or  other
root raw
do     roasted
Cinnamon
Chocolate
Confectionery
Clothing "1
ready made /
Cologne water  and
perfd.  spirits  not
in flasks
do    in flasks
Drugs, medicines
Dry Goods
Earthenware
Fish preserved,dried
and salted
. Fire arms
Furniture
Glass and g'.assw.
Ginger
DOMINION tar.
B. C.  TARIFF
DOMINION TAR.
;nt.
per cent.
per cent.
15
15
Groceries
12*
15
10
1 ct. per lb.
Hardw. & ironmon
15
1
gery
12*
12*
15 per cent.
Harness & saddler;
'20
15
20
15 per cent.
•Lard                  <-
^
1 ct.  per  lb.
20
15
and 5 per ct.
20
from G. B. &
B.N. A. prov.
Leather
15
sole and u^p.
10
free
Jewellery
20
15
2*
Machinery
10
15
5
free.
Matches
12*
15
50
25
Meat, preserved
12*
1 ct. per lb.
12*
25
do   fresh
20~
1        do
3 cts. per lb.
Mace
12*
25
12$
and 5 per ct.
Molasses
12*
for refined
12*
25
73   cts.    per
12*
15
100   lbs.    if
20
4 cts. & 5a.v.
not refined
30
15
25 per ct.
15
I
15
1 20 per gal.
Nails
12*
c o m p . and
sbeathing
free
rem. 15 per c.
12*
Nutmegs
m
25
12*
4 cts. per flk.
Nuts and almonds
12*
15
20
free.
Oils
15
oils—
12*
15
coal  & kero-
12*
d
15
cine,   naptha
benzole refi
15
1 ct. per lb.
ned, 15 cts.^
12*
15
gal.
15
15
petroleum,
12*
15
coal     shale,
12$
25
lignite 10 cts ARTICLES FREE.
87
Hrli
for fisheries.
crude  petro
Salt
free
5 c.per 56 lbs.
leum 6 cts.^
Soap
15
com.    1   ct.
gal.
per lb.
Opium                      25
15
perf. 25*$ ct.
Paints                        10
free
Starch
12*
2 cts per lb.
Pepper gronnd         12*
25
Stationery
12*
15
Pimento    do            12*
25
Tinware
25
15
Perfumery                 12*
25
inbarsbloeks
Prop, and pat. med»
& cases free
icine                        12*
25
Vinegar
12*
10 cts. per g.
Pork, 3alt                 10
1 ct. per lb.
Vegetables  fre
sh &
Plants, trees & shbs 12*
15
salt
10
10 per ct.
Poultry,  dead  and
Waggons and
car-
alive                      25
15
riages
20
15
Quicksilver              10
15
Tallow
free
1 ct. per lb &
Rope  cordage   and
15 per ct.
twine                       5
free
Trunks
12*
15 per ct.
Sails manufactured 20
15
Watches & clocks   12*
15 per ct.
ex. when im
Window eashes and
ported    from
doors
20
15 per ct.
G. B. or  any
Woodenware
12*
15 per ct.
Brit,  possns.
Yeast powder
12*
ARTICLES FREE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Anchors, Aricultural implements, Boilers plates, Rolts, Books printed and
manufactured, Blacksmith's Coal, Bricks, Cables, Chains, Calves under 12
months, Copper bolts, Copper and Zinc,Copper sheets, Fresh fruits, not enumerated before, Fresh Fish, Fish oil, Fire clay, Furs, Gas retorts, Gnnny
sacks, Garden seed, Grain for seed, Gnano, Hides, Iron and Steel, Iron hoops
sheet, Jute, Junk, Lemon and Lime Juice, Lead in pipes, sheets and bars,
Oakum, Personal effects, Pitch, Patent metal for ships, Rough and partially
manufactured woods tor carriages, &c.,Raw hemp for rope walks, Salt, Sheet
iron, Steel springs, Ship blocks and jnnks, Tar, Tin, Tallow, Woods not
charged   in  spec, duties, Whalebone, Wool, Waggon axles.
All articles not hitherto enumerated are charged 12* per cent, ad val. in British
Columbia.
ARTICLES FREE, DOMINION.   V -
Acids, (except Arctic sulphuric and vinegar), Alum, Anchors, Ashes, An*
atomical preparations, Antimony Argal,Bark foi dyeing,Bolting cloth, Book
binders tools and implements, Brim moulds for gold beaters, Bristles, Broom
corn, Bulbs, Brass in bar, rod, sheet, scraps, strips, Copper in pigs, bars,rods,-
bolts, sheets and sheathing Caoutchouc unmanufactured, Clays, Cocoa, in
bean and shell, Corkwood, Corkwood bark, Candlewick Cotton, Cement,
marine and hydraulic unground, Cabinets of antiquities, Cotton belting for
India rubber shoes, Cotton waste, Cotton wool, Casts as models for schools,
Coins, Cream of Tartar in crystals, Coin and Bullion, except U. S. silver
coin, Church bells, Communion plate, Cocoa paste from Great Britainand
B. N, A. provinces, Drugs for dyeing, Drawings, Earths, Eggs, Electro-type
blocks, Drain tiles, Fire clay, Fire wood, Fish fresh not preserved, Fish bait
Furs undressed, Fish hooks, Flax twist, Felt for hats and boots, Farm utensils and implements, Glass paper, Glass cloth, Gold cloth, Gold beaters'
skin, Gravels, Grease-and Grease scraps, Gum copal, Gnttapercha,unmanufactured, Gypsum not ground or calcined, Hoopskirts manufacture, various
articles, Hair of all kinds, unmanuf.,Hemp undressed, Indigo,Iron scrap,galvanized, bar, puddled, blooms, bolts, spikes, galvanized wire, Junk,Kelp
Krysolite, Linen machine thread, Lithographic stones, Litharge, Lead in sheet
and pigs,Manilla grass Manure,Marble, in blocks unmanuf. Moss for upho'-
sterers,  Medals,   Metallic oxides, Mineralogy specimens of, Machine silk 84
ARTICLES FREE.
twist, Nails composition and sheathing, Natural history specimens of, Nuts
in dyeing, Oil cake, Ores of all kinds, Osier, Oakum, Paintings artistic,
Phosphorous, Philosophical apparatus, including globes for schools, etc,
Prunella, Plush for batters, Printing ink, Pelts, Pipe clay, Plaster Paris,
Railway bars and frogs, etc., Rattan for chair-makers, Rosin, Roots medicinal, in natural state, Salt when imported from the United Kingdom or British Possessions, or for fish curing, Salipetre, Sal Ammoniac, Sal Sod*,
Ships' binnacle Iaxps, Sand, Ships' blocks and patent bushes, ) bafts for
mills and steamboats rongb, Spelter in blocks, sheets or pigs, Steel, Steel
plates cut, Statues of all kinds natural size, Soda ash, Soda caustic, Soda
nitrate of, silicate of, Sulphur in roll or flour, Ships' compasses, dead eyes,
deck plugs,iron knees, iron masts, Ships' pumps and gear, iron riders, shackles, sheaves, Ships' signal lamps, steering apparatus, travelling tracks,
Ships' wedges, wire-rigging, Sail cloth or canvas, Spikes composition, Straw
plaits, tuscan or grass, Stereotype blocks, Skins undressed, Sea grass, Sla'e,
Stone unwrought, Tails undressed, Tanners' bark, Tarapico white and black,
Tar, Teasles, Tom undressed, Turpentine not spirits, Tobacco, Treenails,
Twists silk, Tubes and piping brass, copper or iron. Type metal in blocks,
Veneering of wood »r ivory, Vitriol blue, Varnish, Whaleoil, in sasks from
ship-board. Willow for basket makers, Wood, of all kinds, unmanufactured,
Wool, Woods for dyeing, Weaving or trassilk or cotton for webbing Wire
cloth, Woollen netting, for India rubber shoes,' Wire of brass or copper,
Yellow metal in bolts and for sheathing, Zinc in sheets, blocks or pigs, also,
Packages, Casks,. &c, in which Wines, &c. are contained and Carboys, containing Sulphuric acid.
Additional free list, Dominion, but charged in British Columbia with the duties set
opposite to them.
per cent.
Colours and paints exc. Indigo 10
Gables, hemp and grass 5
Cloth for charitable purposes 15
Cranks for steamb'ts in the rough 10 -
Cranks for mills 10
Diamonds unset 20
Duck for belting and hose 5
Locomotive   engine   frames   and
apportennn'es It
Printing presses except portable 10
Precious stones, unset 20
Sail cloth or canvas No 1 lo6  2* and 5
Shafts for mills and steamboats   10
Note—The following goods are also free when the growth of any B, N. A. Provinces, subject to proclamation tf Governor.
Animals of all kinde, Barley Bran, Buckwheat, Butter, Cheese, Coal and Coke
Fruits, green and dried, Fish of all kinds and products of fish. Fish oil,
Flour of any grain, Gypsum, Hay, Hops, Indian corn, Lard, Oats, Peas and
Beans, Plants, trees and shrubs, Poultry, Rye, Salt, Seeds of all kinds, Tallow, Timber and lumber of all kinds unmanufactured, Vegetables including
potatoes and other roots, Wheat.
There are also some few special exemptions from duty: A penalty of $200 attaches
to the importation of Books, Prints, §c, of a treasonable, seditious and immoral character; and to counterfeit or base coin.
<fl        ^ £p TO (Os TT ® ®
j mttorfcr of, and f^ater m
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, V. L LIST o:f ozfifioi^ls
OF THE
COLONY   OF   BBXTXSH    COLUMBIA.
Civil :
SALARY.
Governor—Anthony Musgrave Governor of British
Columbia and Vice Admiral of the same    .    $19,400
1,452
600
600
300'
80
0.6-.
3,880
4,802
2,425
1,942
Private Secretary, A. Musgrave, Jr. .
Messenger, R. Colson, 500; Contingencies 100
Clerk to Legislative Council—Charles Good  .
Messenger, W. A. Franklin, 200; Contingens. 100
Colonial Secretary—Philip J. Hankin .
Asst. Col. Sect'y., Charles Good 1,940, Clerks
John Connell 1,452; J. Judson Young 1,452
Messenger, D. Deasy, 500 ....
Printing—Superintendent,R.Wolfenden, 1,320
two printers, G.Williams and R. Butler, 1,920;
asst printer and messenger Legislative Council
W. A. Frankliu,  640 '
Treasurer—Office" in M>eyance ; Chief Clerk, (in
charge of Tieasury) J. Graham, 2,150; Clerks,
Alex, Calder, 1,452; W. 0. Berkeley, 1,200     .
Auditor  General—Robert Ker   .'      .
Clerk, Thos R. Holmes, 1,452; Assistant, 500
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, $■ Surv.
General—J. W. Trutch ....
Assist. Surveyor General, B. W. Pearse, 1,900;
Clerk, A. R. HowseJ,224; Draughtsman, J. B.
.Launders 1,224; Inspector of steamers, T. West-
£ garth, 1,200 ; Accountant Clerk, J. J. Austin ;
1.200; Messenger,  W.  Reynolds,  250 .
Customs—Collector of Customs, Wymond Hamley
Chief Clerk, W. H. McCrea, 1,940; Clerk, C.
A. Finlayson, 1,452 ; Deputy Collector, Southern Boundary, 1,704 .....
Revenue officer. C. S. Wylde, 1,704; Landing
Waiter, Geo. Frye, 1,704; Richard Hunter,
Esquimalt, 900; two boatmen and watchmen,
1,392; rov off. and const, at Osoyoos, 1204; land,
waite , t New Westminster,- R.  German, 600   8^724
Postmaster, Victoria—HentyWootton, 2000; acting postm'r. New Westminster, V. B. Tait, 1,200   3,200
Registrar Gen. of Titles, (acting,) H. S. Mason   2,425
3,880
6,998
3,125
5,096
50
$78,073 50 90
LIST OF OFFICIALS.
Judicial :
Chief Justice of Supreme CoitH—M. Baillie Begbie   5,820
Puisne Judge—ft. P. P. Crease       .       .       .       4,850
Registrar of Supreme Court, R. Woods, 1,940
Deputy Registrar C E. Pooley, 1,940; Messenger, J. Irving, 500       ....
Attorney General—vActing,) E. G Alston   .
High Sheriff—A C.Elliott
Allowance in lieu of travelling expences
4,
380
3
880
F
1,
ees
500
99,511 50
2,250
Police, including Prisons:
]Qcioria—Stip. Magistrate, County Court Judge,
<fec, A. V I'emberton       .....
Glerk, H. B Good, 1,200; Inspector of Police
W. Bowden,   1,008;   Sergeant  R.  McMillan,
800, two constables, $1 75 per diem,
Gaol — Gaoler,     P.     Woollacott,     1,008
Asst. Gaoler, J. Hutchison, 912 50 . superindt.
of ponv ,E Traran, 1,008; 2 conv. gds. 1,277 50,
2 door gds>. and one cook 1,733 75 Med. offi. 600 10,825 25
New Westminskr £ Yale-Slip. Mag., A. T. Bushby   2,425
two Constaules 1,400; Indian Messenger, 180.   1,580
Gaol—Gaoler, J.  McBride,  1,058; Turn-key,
A. Moresby, 708; Medical officer, vacant, 500   2,216
118,807 75
Gold Commissioners, Ac.
Columbia— Constable, R Vowell, 1,404; Clerk <fe
Constable, Kootenay, J. Nbrmansell, 1,704
Constable French Creek, Kootenay, 1,704       .   4,812
Cariboo including Quesnelle—Assist Gold Comm.
H.M. Ball 3,400
Clerk J. H.Sullivan,l,940; two Constables, 2,016
Constable at Quesnelle, F. Trnvor, 1224   .       .    5,180
Omineca—Gold Commissioner, P. O'Reilly       .       3,500
Clerk and Constable W. H. Fitzgerald, 1,940 .   1,940
Hope,<Yale and Lytton— Stip. Magistrate A. T.
Bushby (see New Westminster) Chief Const.
Yale, C.E.Pope, 1,104: Constable E.Coffee,
1,104; Chief Constable Lytton, — Boyd, 1,104;
Toll Collector, Yale Geo,   Pope,  1,104       .       4,416
ZAllooet   Clinton  and  Soda   Creek—Assist. Gold
Commissioner, E. H   Sanders       .       .       .   3,000
Chief Constable, W. Evans, 1,104; Constable
Postmaster and Toll Collector Clinton, T. L. S.
#• LIST OF OFFICIALS.
91
Hughes,   1,104	
Nanaimo—Stip. Magistrate and Collector of revenue, W. R. Spaulding .....
Constable.W. Stewart, 732; Constable Comux
J Rodello,  732	
RECAPITULATION.
Civil Establishments    -
Judicial Establishments   -
Police   -       -       -       -       -
Gold Commissioners, &c.   -
Total Civil List     •
Services exclusive of
Pensions
Revenue Service
Administration of Justice
Charitable Allowances
District Schools, in aid of   -
Police and Gaols
Rent
Transport -
Conveyance of Mails
Works and Buildings
Roads, Streets and Bridges -
Miscellaneous services    -
Interest        . - j
Sinking fund      -
Home Govt. Atct.    -
Government Vessels
lighthouses -
Establishments'
2,910
- 1,000
3,900
- 10,500
- 15,000
12,000
264 50
3,250
I 36,549 96
23,650
- 54,550
23,260
- 103,440
50,197
- 3,274 30
12,800
- 9,379
2,208
2,250
1,464
150,977 75
78,073 50
21,438
19,296 25
32,170
- 150,977 75
Total required f6r 1871
[Amonnts not voted in Committee
Published estimates     -
Estimated revenue for 1871
$365,915 76
$516,8£3 51
5,241 50
522,135 01]
$533,950 —
KOOTENAY MAIL ROUTE,
Leaves New Westminster for Kootenay and way places every forty days. -9*-
victoria advertisement.
m*
#
[Late Webster A Co.]
YATES STREET, OPPOSITE TO THE EXPRESS OFFICE,
raOT«M3  IBo (Do
DEALER    IN
OF EVERY DESCTIPTIOtf.
Ladies' Shoes of all kinds.     Boots A Shoes made to order.
B¥MS J C©»
Jb.Jb.or   ot fK*£Lkz>. JbiU £0£±EaM^,
MmsR JIM® SJiS3®M-©^iSSffiri.'9
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF SALT AND SMOKED MEATS.
All Kinds of Sausages, Tongues, &c, and Vegetables
ON    H A N D-
FOIJT STREET, VICTORIA.
Opposite Occidental Buildings.
.Victoria   Steam   Saw   Mills,
Langley Street, Victoria, V I.
IIAYWALD & JEXKIXSCW,
Having fitted up "their'newEstablishment with powerful and
extensive machinery are prepared to promptly execute all
orders entrusted to their care.
A LARGE SUPPLY OP WELL-SEASOKED DOORS,
500 PAIRS OF WINDOW SASHES,
And all articles in their line.
Agent for the Mainland, .7^-
JAilES CUNNINOHAJI, New Westminster. 93
victoria advertisement.
FROM   YALE   TO   BARKERVILLE,
CARRYING EXPRESS, MAIL, PASSENGERS,
TREASURE, & VALADBLES OF ALL RINDS
WITH   DESPATCH.
tJ*
.Baker and General Provision Dealer,
JOHNSON STREET, NORTH SIDE.
JOHNSON   STREET
Corner Waddinffton Alley.
Hayward A Jenkinson, Contractors, Langley street, have
at work 20 horse power engine, works to pressure 52 pounds
Eorce pump in connection, safety valve self acting, register
of water in front, drives belting for planing, cutting and
cross-cutting saws. They have also morticing and tenoning
and moulding machines. Sashes and doors are completea
on the 1st floor.
Vi 94
CENSUS.—STATISTICS 0# POPI
DISTRICTS.
Victoria City, ...»	
North and South Saanich,
Lake   and   Highland,
Victoria,      Esquimalt,
Metchosin,  Sooke, Es
quimiilt Town,	
Cowichan,  Chemainus,
Salt Spring Island,	
Nanaimo  Town and District,	
Gumox	
New  Westminster   Town
and District,	
Yale-Lytton,	
Lillooet-Ulinton,..	
Cariboo,...	
Columbia and Kootenay,
Umineca,	
TOTAL WHITES.
Males. Females.
1645
865
395
74
891
200
835
103
1197
647
•206
28
401
35
85
5
TOTAL COLORED.
Males. Females.
128
37
44
^4
3
29
2
89
19
48
TOT)
Males
181
60
35
26
80
670
139
Total estimated population for the settled Districts, 	
Note.—The above number does not include tbe very numerous native tribes, either of I
latioa alone of British Columbia, is currently estimated at 45,000.
-A-Q-ZFtlOTJ
DISTRICTS.
Victoria, North Saanich,
South Saanich, Lake,
Esquimalt, Metchosin,
Sooke, EsquimaltTowu
Comox	
Nanaimo	
New Westminster	
Cariboo	
Lillooet-Clinton	
Columbia and Kootenay ...
Yale-Lytton	
Cowichan, including Chemainus and Salt Spr'g
Island	
Approximate Grand Total
■    for the Colony, except
f ingCowichan and Yale-
Lytton Districts,	
Area
in
3qr.  Miles.
165}
Acres
under
Cultivation.
13,384
Wheat
IB
Tons.
6119
235
766
2
212
12
1226
328
1698
100
2970
1500
93
.2,177}
Barley
in
Tons.
400
12
15
91
208
600
22
1,348
Oats
in
Tons.
717
136
90
212
280
150
16
1,601
F
T
Notb.—rThe aver.agej.ield per aero for Wheat and Barley varies from 1600 and 1800 llj
tons; Turnips from 3 to 3 ions; Hay from 1 to 2 tons?*"' **?■
LTIOK, Ac./ OBTAINED APRIL, 1871.
95
CHINESE.
Females.
TOTAL NATIVES.
Malf3.        Females.
141                  219
276                  277
TOTAL CHILDREN.
before estimated.
Males.           Females.
GRAND TOTAL.
30
0
578                  530
471                  431
     3629
     2181
     2000
1
500                  350
600                   500
300   estimated,
324 whites,
     1518
     1202
1
......    1656
     1000
0
456                    450
350                   220
283-                 260
1224
15
     2207
6
        808
     1800
 _ 19,225
icouver Island or the Mainland,  outside of the settled Districts.   The total Indian popn-
L
TTJRE.
lurnips
Potatoes
Hay
Sundries
Horses. •-
Cattle.
Sheep.
Pigs.
in
in
in
in
Tons.
Tons.
Tons.
TOU3.
>
2204
920
2,373
160
545
3611
4819
1983
600
370
21
542
308
46
48
32
795
54
220
i
335
.     237
235
4078
22
1885
50
380
321
816
420
S
300
140
900
3000
2000
1500
I
NO   RE
do.
15
TURNS,
do.
i
180
428
24
1
2,204
2,266
2,373
1,335
2,234
13,270
6,895
6,340
to 1 ton ;   Oats from 90(
I lbs. to 1 t
on j Peas
from i a to
Q to 1 ton ,
Potatoes
from 2 J to
"""'■	 INDEX..
96
INDEX.
PAGE.) PAGE.
Addenda 45 Nanaimo district names.... 64
Agricultral Statistics and        New Westminster names. .65
Census 44 45 New Westminster district
Big Bend names 79     and Fraser River names. 67
Lurrard Inlet names 51 New West. adv. End of matter
Cariboo names 52 New West associations... .66
( In-main us names 56 Omineca and Skeenamouth.69
Comux names 56 Portage, rates of 82
Cowichan names 56jQuesnelle names 72
Errata 80 San Juan names 72
Esquimalt names 58 Salt Spring Island namer... 58
Hope a nd suburbs names.. 591Statistics of Trade 83
Kootenay names 59 Tariffs, B. C. and Dominion.85
Lilloet Clinton names 60|Thompson Biver names.. .73
List of officials 89 Williams Creek names....75
Lytton names. 61 Yale names 78
Nanaimo  names 61| Yale-Lytton names 78
Treasure—The estimated yield of gold for the Cariboo
and adjoining districts was $1,047,245  The actual shipments
for 1870 were as follows all through Wells, Fargo A Co.:
Wells, Fargo & Co.        -       -       $264,168 88
Bank British North America      -     330,120 22
Bank British Columbia   -       - 432,482 16 '
Total       -      $1,026,771 26
I      llll/UUUilU     11U1JJUI
This establishment is now open for the leception of Guests,
and is recommended to the Traveling Public as a
J^XKSV-OIiASS HOVBIto
THE rooms have all been
REFURNISHED.
And particular attention is paid to  Cleanliness and Good
Order.
Apartments will be let by the Day, Week or Month, at a Great Reduction from former Kates, and Travelers are requested to inspect the Hotel
before seeking accommodation elsewhere. J. FRIED, Proprietor.
j&s5~ Unoin with the Dominion will take place 20th July NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENT.-
3SI © "W     *\A7" o s t m. mster,
Wholesale and Retail dealer inj
Br? (Ms, Groceries, Boots and Sloes,
% t&,
A Larsre Assortment of Goods Constantly on Hand.
GOODS   SOLD   ON COMMISSION $ STORED AT REASONABLE
RATES.
» Mwmw
*£
d«
'»$
HUM and Emm
Front Street, New Westminster, B. C.
la  ©  §3  0  ©  SI
II HI 9
COLUMBIA STREET', NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,
L. F. BONSON       ....       Proprietor.
THE   BEST
WINES,  SPIRITS,   CIGARS &c.
ALWAYS ON HAND
mmm masm-.
9
Columbia street New Westminster, B. C.
SHIPPING-SUPPLIED. NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS.
IMPORTER OF
Groceries and Provisions,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
*        <b
£fc
IMPORTER OF
BY GOODS, CLOTBIIG, HARDWARE,
Columbia street, .New Westminster, B. C.
HENRY   V.   EDMONI^,
Real Estate  and Commission Agent,
IliiflillSl IHl SSlfi¥liSI»9
Columbia street, New Westminster, B. C.
KOBERT W. DE/VNE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
FAIN1ING, FAriB, HAN6ZN& FURIfflTIfRE, &c
Columbia stre^~New Westmiristor, B. C. NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS.
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
General & Commission Agents & Importers of
WINES, SPIRITS, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, &C,
Wharfingers, Free and Bonded Warehouse Keepers.
GOODS SOLD  ON COMMISSION AND   STORED   IN  FIREPROOF
BUILDING AT REASONABLE RATES.
All forwarding business for the upper country promptly
at'ended to.
mrs
€H
f    ^4xm
IIS
FRONT STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER,
Orders executed with neatness and despatch.
§mmem>Mmmg>§
Importer of
ENGLISH  DRY  GOODS, CLOTHING,
Front street, New Westminster, B. C. NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS-.
A.  PEELE,
iiiiiif a Eli iiiiiiiT,
©©LBBill
3ST E -W     WESTMINSTER,
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© 3. S3 S3 ij)
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS
—AND—
I?
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A'MILY   WW
Accurately prepared.
Genuine Patent Medicines and Horse and  Cattle  Medicines.
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C,
JOHN T. SCOTT, Proprietor.
If ^ 9. H9&&A?, p
UEWS   DEPOT
Dealer in
Books, Stationery. Newspapers, Periodicals,  Toys,  Music
Musical Instruments, Pocket Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, «fcc.
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. WELLS, FARGO & CO,
New York
Express and Exchange Co.
Capital
$10,000,000
Forward Letters, Packages and Treasure to all parts of the Pacific
and Atlantic States and Europe, make Collections and attend to Commissions
for the Purchase of Goods.
BILLS  OF EXCHANGE
Drawn on San Francisco, New York, Boston and London, at
Current Rates.
OFFICE,
Yates Street,  Victoria, V. I.
PRINCIPAL OFFICES.
LONDON  Eives & Macey, 51 King William Street
SOUTHAMPTON | Dunlop & Schoales
HAVRE..... Davidsoo&Co
HAVANA, CUBA E. Ramirez & Co., 8 Calle de Mercaderes
SAN FRANCISCO •. Corner Montgomery and California streets
NEW YORK 81 Broadway
BOSTON   38 and 40 Court Square
PHILADELPHIA 607 Cbesinut Street
FRANCIS GARESCHE, Age n.
m     PlSfllS     ft
LOiMBARD ST. AND CHARING CROSS, LONDON
E S T .A. IB IL. I S ZHI E ID ,   1*783.
FOR INSURING EYEMT'KIND OF PROPERTY IN ALL PARTS OF
THE WORLD FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE.
The promptitude and liberality with which its engagements are always met
by this company are well known, and the importance of its relations with the
public may be estimated from the fact that since its establishment it has
paid more than Nine Millions Sterling in discharge of claims for Losses by fire.
The security offered to the public by the Phoenix Office is unlimited, com*
prising, in addition to the large invested capital ol the Company, the whole
fortunes of numerous proprietors, composed of some of tbe most opulent
merchants and others in the United Kingdom. Annual and short time
Insurances are effected upon all kinds of Property in Vancouver Island and
British Columbia on the most favourable terms.
Prompt Cash Payment and full power to settle all losses and claims without referring to the Head office in London.
Rates and Particulars of Insurance may-be had on application to
THOS. C. NUTTALL, Agent.
Government street, opp. Masonic Hall Corner Fort and Broad Streets,
VICTORIA, .B C.
BSP" A lafge "assortment of everything, in their line kept constantly on hand.
COLLEGIATE SCHOOL.
VISITOR - • -.LORD BISHOP OF COLUMBIA,
PRINCIPAL...... « * t REV. F. B. GRIBBELL
VICE PRINCIPAL.. JR..*...... THOS. NICHOLSON
PH0?0CfiAPH3G A-RTISTS,
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REMBRANDTS, CARTES DE VISITE, AMBROTYPES, MELAINOTYPES,
TINTED PICTURES, PRIVATERESIDEN'CES, HORSES, ETC.
BfeT* A liirjre and highly interesting Collection of Views of the Bast and
West Coasts of Vancouver Islaud, and of tbe Interior of British, CoIombtKi
also Cams de Visite of all the Indian tribes, and all Views Carte de Vi<ite
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