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First Victoria directory, fifth issue, and British Columbia guide, comprising a general directory of… Mallandaine, Edwd. (Edward), 1827-1905 1874

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA,
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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 every variety of Stationery in use, with
peculiarity of fprm required, including Printing, Ruling and Binding.
On hano—Admiralty Coast Charts, Photographic Albums, Matbemetical
Instruments, Fine Pocket Cutlery, Gold Pens, Copying Presses, Printing and
Wrapping Paper, Music—manuscript and printed.
Receive subscriptions for Blatjkwood's Magazine, and the English Quarterly Reviews.
Have on hand the most standard and popular books upon Science and
Art, History, Religion, Law, Medicine and Schools, Novels, Juvenile and
Toy Books.
IRANT
No. 57 Johnson Street,
COFFEE SALOON,
Victoria, B. C
Gentlemen  wanting  Meals will  be furnished  at  the  shortest notice.
Board, per Day, $1 and upwards.   Lodging, 25 cts per night.   Meals, 37£ ct3.
J. L. TAYLOR, Proprietor.
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Corner Government and Johnson Sts., Victoria, B. C. 
IMPORTERS OP AND DEALERS IN
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Have always on hand an assortment of the Choicest Articles that can be
obtained, to rival the best Groceries, on the PaciHc Coast, and the best Wines.
Fell's Coffee will, upon trial, be found to have no equal.
All Goods, whether for the Royal Navy at Esquimalt, Merchant Ships,
Traders, or any part of the City or Suburbs, will be securely packed and
promptly delivered Free of Cost.
Fresh Eggs and Butter received very week from the Outlying Districts.
ALWAYS ASK FOR FELL'S COFFEE AT THE MINES.
R. T. WILLIAMS, BOOK BINDER & RULER,
AND BLANK BOOK MAKER.
AT  X-  ST. SIBBSIff  A  CO.'S
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Hosiery, Haberdashery, Gloves, Ribbons,
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Government Street, opp. Bastion St.  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Cor. of Government & Yates Sts.
Victoria, B. C.
Best Ales,  Wines,   Liquors and Cigars
THE HALL   TO   LET   FOR PARTIES, BALLS, CONCERTS OR THEATRICAL PERFORMANCES.
FRANK BICHARDS. WM. NICHOLL.
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CHARLES MORTON,
PROPRIETOR,
This Old established business having been purchased by the above, will
be carried on with strict regard for the comfort of his Patrons, and he hopes
by so doing to merit a continuance of the liberal share of Patronage accorded to his Predecessor,
The Scale of Charges will be as before, viz:— ■
Board and Lodging, per week ...$5 to $6 50,
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Single Meals 37£ cts [ Beds ....50 cts.
The Bar is well supplied with the Best Wines, Liquors, Ale, Porter and
Cigars. £©*■ A FIRE-PROOF SAFE IN THE HOUSE.
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Corner Government and Johnson Sts.,    Victoria;B. C.
The Best of Saddle Horses and Buggies constantly on hand.
N. B.—Particular attention paid to Boarding Horses.
J. W. MATTHEWS & BROS,
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Children's Soots and Shoes made to Order>
And Repairing done with Neatness and Dispatch,
Having enlarged their business, and constantly receiving additions to their
stock, they feel confident they will suit their customers
alike in style, quality and price.
Give a Call at the OLD STA1SD, Government, near
Johnson Street, Victoria, B. C.
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Fort Street, Victoria, B. C.
All kinds of Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's
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FOR SALE OR MADE TO ORDER.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
T. BASIL HUMPHREYS & CO.,
Auctioneers & Commission Merchants,
SALES-ROOMS, YATES STREET,
NEXT TO WELLS, FARGO & CO., VICTORIA, B. C.
N. B.—Cattle Sale Yard corner of Douglas and Cormorant Streets. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
1W. J. J.
Corner of YATES & GOVERNMENT STREETS,
—IMPORTER OF—
|m*riip, Janata & fttjgMj ^lotlm^, |h%lotfattjg,
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A Large Assortment of COLLARS, TIES, &c.
JOHN   WEILEK,
Cor. Fort and Broad Streets, VICTORIA, B. C.<
UPHOLSTEBEE,
Dealer in and Importer of Carpets, Oilcloth, Cornices and
Curtains,   Wall Paper,   Window Shades,  Hollands,
Pictures, Crockery,  Glassware, and all sorts of
Upholstery   Goods;   Bedding and Lounges,
on   hand   or   made   to   order.
Carpets sewed and laid, Wall Paper hung, and all kinds of Upholstery
Work done at reasonable Rates.
14 and 16 YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
FELLOWS & ROSCOE,
IMPORTERS OF
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Respectfully offers for sale, cheap, the following goods:—
and Soconi-Bud Olsihing, Hits, Caps, Books,
Also, a few Choice Engravings, Curiosities, &c.
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Chronometers, Watches, Jewellery, Spectacles,  etc^
Repaired and Warranted.
HENRY   SHORT,
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AND IMPORTER OF
GUNS,   RIFLES,   PISTOLS,   SHOT  BELTS,
POUCHES, POWDER FLASKS & AMMUNITION,
AND FISHING TACKLE OF ALL KINDS.
Government Street, east side. VICTORIA, B. C.
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IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF
GOVERNMENT STREET, near Johnson St.
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS MADE TO ORDER. VICTORIA, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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AGENT FOR THE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO.
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Agents for the North British, and Mercantile Assurance Companies.
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IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Rosewood and all kinds of Dressed Lumber, Moulding, $c
VICTORIA, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Nurserymen,  Seedsmen and Florists,
YATES   STREET,
VICTORIA,   B.   C.
Victoria Nursery &. Seed Establishment.
MITCHELL & JOHNSTON,
NURSERY & SEEDSMEN, LANDSCAPE GARDENERS, &C.
Have always on hand Large and Select Stocks of
FRUIT  TBSES, BUSHES,
Anameniat   |/m   antl   Jjlmifo,    loses,   j||,
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
PIANO-FORTE
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KANE STREET.- VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
G. M. SPROAT,
Lime Street Square, London.
M. T. JOHNSTON,
Victoria, B. C.
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AGENTS FOB TBE
Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool,
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.,
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VICTORIA,B.C-
GBO. JAMES FINDLAY.
JOHN HENRY DURHAM.
J. H. DRODIE.
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LONDON OFFICE:  31 Great St. Helens, Bishopgate St., London.
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Union Insurance Co., (Marine), of San Francisco.
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AGENTS FOR [ Buena Vista Vinicultural Society, of California
J Henry Brace & Co.'s Saddlery, Walsall, Great Britain
Hold full stock of staple imported goods.
Liberal advances made on.approved merchandise shipped to their fri
in South America, Sandwich Islands, Australia, China and Europe.
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Has always on hand a choice assortment of Goods, and delivered
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COMPRISING A
General Directory of Business Men and Householders
XXV   ¥I@TOBSik.
WITH  FULL LISTS OF
EVERY IMPORTANT DISTRICT IN THE PROVINCE
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WITH PREFACE AND STATISTICS.
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BY EDWD. MALLANDAINE, Architect.
PUBLISHED BY E. MALLANDAINE.
TO BE OBTAINED OF
T. N. HIBBEN & Co., and ALL BOOKSELLERS.
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Page,
Alphabetical list of names... 11
Benev. & Friendly Soc's. 93-95
Burrard Inlet names 51
Cariboo names 57j
Cassiar names   52-91
Clinton names 62
Comox names 63
Cowichan names 63
Domiuion Parliament. ...  102
Esquim, Dis-t. names 65
Esquim. Town names 66
Hope names 671
Kamloops names 67
Kootenay names 68
Lake Dist. names (i!
Lilloet hamr-s 71
Lytton names 71
Metchosin names 72|
Nanaimo names 73
Nanaimo Dist. names 75
New Westminster .names. ..76
New West. Dist. names 78
Page.
New West. Pub. Societies.. 81
Nicola Valley names 81
North Saanich names 82
Officials, list of.j 100
Officials, Dominion 103
Okanagan names 83
Omineca names 82
Postage, rates of.. 98
Provinces. Dominion, list of.102
Public bodies 94-96-97
Quesnelle-mouth names.... 83
River trail names, (Williams Lake) 84
Salt Spring Island names.. .64
f^^M 72
South Saanich names 85
Statistics of trade 99
Thompson river names 85
Victoria Dist. names 86
Yale names  87
Waggon road names 88
Bank of British North America, (Correction.)—John
Goodfellow,  Manager;   James  Cran, Accountant;   A. B.,
Ritchie, Teller;   M. G.  Staples,  Assajer;   Alex.  Munro,
Junior Clerk; John Hart, Messenger. FlB&T
1869 Issue.—A proof of the spirit of enterprise which characterizes the
colonists iu British Columbjatig'a'ffor.jfed by the receipt in London (through
Mr. G. Street, of Cornhill), of the "First Victoria Directory and JSril111D^JoN
umbiftJ€rSide'." It comprisesa directory 4? "#(ifeiness men and householders
in Victoria and the districts, including a large portion of the mainland of
British Cqjffmbia," together with other particulars, and is compiled and published by Mr. E. Mallandaine, architect. A work of tbis Iunais/'no stnali
undertaking for a new place of limited dimensions.—Daily New'sX g£
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PREFATORY REMARKS*'•!.<      tw
An interval of two years and a half has elapsed since the
last' publication of a directory. Many changes have oc&dlred
in our Government and exp£nence8*since. April, 1871.
On the 20th July, 1871,- Confederation with Canada, was
consummated. And on the very day, or slightly before it,
the first party of Railway Surveyors, completely equipped,
many of whom had come from the Eastern Provinces, left
Victoria for the Mainland to commence the explTorator^ifcuju
veys for the Canadian Pacific Railwajyv The 20th July came
again last year, the d&te which was to witness the actual
commencement of the Railway ; but beyo.Etd a fqrjnal two
hours' survey, nothing was done in construction at this erwl.
In the mean^hjla survey,^ were vigorously carried on, especially at fir^st Victoria seemed to realize Confeder£||on in
the dMUfol soon after, the commencement of the surveys, of
Hon. H. L. Langevin, Minister of Public Works, and Sand-
ford Fleming Esq., Chief Engineer, botEx of whom on their
return, presented exhaustive and highly interesting reports
on British Columbia.    The Chief Inspector of Post Offices quickly followed, almost accompanied by the Financial
Inspector for the Dominion, Thos. D. Tims, Esq., matters
seemed to be assuming a Dominion aspect.
It was not till 1873 that things were sufficiently advanced
to witness the commencement of some ot the public works
of the Province for which liberal sums had been voted by
the Canadian Parliament, to wit, the Post Office, Public
Offices amd Savings Bank, still in hand, the Marine Hospital also in progress. Both will be ornaments to the city,*
being of a very substantial character. The Cape Beale
Lighthouse has been executed. The entrance to the harbor
has been dredged at an expense for the season, of $25,000.
The sum expended, or to be expended on these buildings,
stand as follow:—
about $28,000
I       18,000
" 7,000
"       25,000
Post Office, Savings Bank, etc.
Marine Hospital,
Cape Beale Lighthouse^
Harbor Dredging,
The blasting of the Sister Rocks on the Mainland, contract $5,500, this year taken in hand, will be a great help
to the navigation of Fraser River.
Plans have arrived, now some months, for the New Custom House, foot of Broughton street, cost, voted on, to be
$25,000.
Penitentairy, as voted,     - $25,000
Not yet commenced.
Following is a list of the expenditure for Public Works
by the Provincial Government: t
Surveys.
Turner's connecting and township surveys,
Explorations   under   Mohun,   Mahood,
Ralph, Dewdney and Fannin,     -        8,866
Roads and Trails.
In Victoria Districti
7,533
* Neither of them designed by the compiler, as it has been some-
wh»t generally asserted. E. M.
f Taken from the Chief Commissioner's Report as published. PREFATORY REMARKS.
In Esquimalt District, -
In Cowichan District, -
In Nanaimo District, -
In Comox District, -
In New Westminster District,
In Yale District, -
In Lillooet District,        -
In Hope-Kootenay District, (trail)
In Cariboo and Omineca Districts,
On Yale-Barkerville Roads,
Buildings.
Public Boarding School, Cache Creek,
Kamloops' Gaol, -
Gaol Fence, Yale, -
Court House, New Westminster,
Public Buildings, -
House of Assembly, Victoria,
Repairs to Public Buildings, and other wor
Repairs, etc., Government House,
Nanaimo Gaol, etc., completion,
Cariboo Government Buildings,
Grand Total,
4,625
4,025
4,183
2,031
9,477
8,432
8,128
3,104
8,477
31,259
8,950
1,725
335
2,039
318
2,684
3,128
1,875
974
372
$117,540
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New Cemetery.—In the year 1873 was inaugurated a new
Cemetery at Foul Bay, about 1^ miles from the city. It contains 12^ acres of ground, ornamentally laid out, witn a
handsome lodge, entrance gates and approaches.
We need not add that the expenditure of the above sums
in spite of untoward delay, has been of benefit to the Province.
This Province has lost since the last issue, the Island of
San Juan, which it fondly hoped against hope, to call its
own. By the award of the Emperor of Germany, it was
given to the United States. The fatality that was noticed
about the matter, was that the British by the terms of the re-
terence, ingeniously shut themselvesout^oXpne chance in their PREFATORY REMARKS'.
favor.     To this pass, if report speaks  truly, they were
brought by a spirit of .subserviency.
The vexed question of the Quarantine Claims has at
length been settled, at least finally, if not quite satisfactorily.
. It presented a form of nice triangular quarrel between the
Dominion, Provincial and Municipal Governments. It has
been regretted that a merchant was not named as a third
member of the Commission.
The City of Victoria taking authority from the Municipal Amendment Act, 1872, has obtained by letters patent,
dated 10th May 1873, an extension of its. boundaries. They
now reach not exceeding half a mile beyond, the ancient
limits. By the First Amended Act, the City Councillors
'number seven and not exceeding ten.
A Water Works- Act has -also been obtained, by which
authority was received to bring in water frojn Elk Lake for
the supply ot the city. Under that act debentures have
been issued for raising the sum of $100,000.
A City Surveyor and Civil Engineer for the water works,
and a Water Commissioner have been duly appointed.
The Elk Lake has been cleansed, and a masonry dam for
increasing the volume of water, built at a cost of $5,900.
Besides clearing expenses about' $10,000.
One may say that the whole scheme begins to wear an
aspect of reality to which it was long a stranger.
By the published.statement of receipts and disbursements
of the City, the cash receipts from all sources between
1st March and 31st December 1873, was $40,568 18, and' the
disbursements $40, 365 61; and the balance of assets against
liabilities $8,990 68.
. To the. City Fathers, under the new system,   much credit
is due for the improved appearance of the Capital. In every
.street improvements, during seasonable^eather, might be
seen going on.    In spite of dull times, streets were graded,
gravelled and lighted.     Gas for the first time made Its ap- PREFATORY REMARKS.
pearance as a public institution.     Serious steps were taken
for a City Hall.
In a word, removed apparently from the atmosphere of
politics, Victoria incorporated, once more exemplified the
fact that depression was a thing it understood not; though
the year 1873 will, by many, be remembered as one going beyond the average of even Victoria experiences in the good
old ante-Confederation times.
EDUCATION.
A statement of the progress of the Colony would not be
complete without at least a synopsis of the Report on Public
Schools, so well drawn up by the Superintendent of Education.
From this we learn that there are 26 school districts, or
teaching centres in the Province; that there are about 1766
children of school age, (between 5 and 16 years); that 368
attend private schools and 281 attend no school at all; that
the sum of $41,133 was expended for school purposes; that
the school inspections by the Superintendent entailed 2580
miles of travel, or an average of 40 miles for each visit, to
which may be added 450 miles in visiting Nicola Valley,
Kamloops, etc., making a total of 2930 miles.
There are 22 school houses,
12 being new.
The report
pressingly urges the erection of teachers' residences, and
recommends the raising of teachers' salaries 25 per cent.
And, (as there are 281 children growing up without school
tuition at all), " Trustees of schools are proposing energetically to carry out, at an early date, the provisions of
"the law as regards compulsory education." "The mere
"fact of these clauses," the Superintendent adds, "being on
"the Statute Book, though not yet enforced in any of the
"districts but one, has been productive of good results in
"securing better attendance at schools."
And, recommends more vocal music in schools.
.Appended will be found the Text of the Terms of Confederation with Canada, still the subject of much interest and
animated discussion. 3Ci
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1. Canada shall be liable for the debts and liabilities of Brit ish Columbia
existing at the time of Union.
2. British Columbia not having incurred debts equal to those of the 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 its indebtedness per head of the population of Nova Scotia and
New Brunswick ($27-77), the population of British Columbia being taken at
60,000.
3. The following sums shall be paid by Canada to British Columbia, for
the support of its Government and Legislature, to wit, an annnal subsidy
§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 tbe 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; tbe Vessels to be adapted for the conveyance
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 Ciews, Quaran
tine and Marine Hospitals, including a Marine Hospital at Victoria,
H. Geological Survey.
I. The Penitentiary.
And such further charges as. may be incident to and connected with
the services which by the 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 tbe Government of the Dominion for those of
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Her Majesty's Servants iu 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 existing Customs Tariff and Excise Duties shall
continue in force in British Columbia until the Railway from the Pacific
Coast and the system of Railways in Canada are connected, unless the Legislature ot 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 in British Columbia, or in the other Provinces of the
Dominion, 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
ot 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.
8. British Columbia shall be entitled to be represented in the Senate by
Three Members, and by six Members  in the House of  Commons.    The re-.
.presentation to be increased under the  provisions  of the  "British North
America Act, 1867."
9. The influence of the Dominion Government shall be U3ed to secure the
continued maintenance of the Naval Station at Esquimalt.
10. The7|rbvision8 of the "British North America Act, 1867," shall
(except those parts thereof which are in the terms made, or by reasonaDle
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 tbe like extent as they apply to the other
Provinces of the Dominion, and as if the Colony of British Columbia had
been one of the Provinces originally united by the said Act.
11. The Government of 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 of British Columbia agree to convey to the Dominion Government, in trust, to be appropriated in such manner as the Dominion Government may deem advisable in furtherance of the construction of
the said line of railway, a similar extent of public lands along the line of railway throughout its entire length in British Columbia, not to exceed, however, 20 miles on each side of thtrsaid line, as'toay be appropriated for tbe
same purpose by the Dominion Government from the public lands ltr$tt§ PREFATORY REMARKS.
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 Columbia to be so conveyed to the Dominion Government, shall be made good to the Dominion
from contiguous public lands ; and provided further, that until the commencement, within two years as aforesaid from the date of Union, of tbe
construction of the said railway, the Government of British Columbia shall
not sell or alienate any further portions of public lands of British Columbia in any other 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 charge of the 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 hitherto 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 Government 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.
14. The Constitution of the Executive Authority and of the Legislature of
British Columbia shall, subject to the provisions of the "British North America Act, 1867," continue as existing at the time of the Union until altered
under the Authority of the said Act, it being at the same time understood
that the Government of the Dominion shall readily consent to the introduction ef Responsible Government when desired by the inhabitants of British
Columbia, and it being likewise understood that it is the intention of tho
Governor of British Columbia, under the authority of the Secretary of State
for the Colonies, to amend the existing Constitution of the Legislature by
providing that a majority of its members shall be elective.
The Union shall take effect accoring to the foregoing terms and conditions
on such day as Her Majesty by and with the advice of Her Most Honorable
Privy Council may appoint (on addresses from the Legislature of the Colony
of British Columbia, and of the Houses of Parliament of Canada, in Terms
of the 46th sction of the "British North America Act, 1867,") and British
Columbia;may in its address specify the Electoral Districts, for which the
first election of Members to serve in the House of Commons shall take place. PREFATORY REMARKS.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS.*
(FOR  THE  LOCAL   HOUSE.)
-CARIBOO DISTRICT, comprising
Cariboo,
Omineca,
Lightning Creek,
Keithley Creek,
2,—LILLOOET DISTRICT, comprising
Lillooet,
Canoe Creek,
Williams' Lake,
3.—YALE DISTRICT, comprising
Yale,
Nicola Lake,
Kamloops,
Cache Creek,
Semilkameen,
Williams' Lake,
Barkerville,
Quesnellemouth,
Richfield.
Sends three members.
Clinton,
Chilcoaten River.
Sends two members,
Nicola Valley,
Okanagon,
Osoyos,
Lytton,
Hope.
.  Sends three members.
4.—KOOTENAY DISTRICT ^comprising
Kootenay, Perry Creek.
Wild Horse Creek,
Sends two members.
5,—NEW WESTMINSTER AND COAST DISTRICTS, comprising
South Arm Fraser River, Matsqui,
North Arm Fraser River, Burrard Inlet,
Chilliwack, Sumass,
Langley.
Sends two members.
6.—NEW WESTMINSTER CITY DISTRICT, comprising
City and Suburbs of New Westminster.
Sends one member.
7.—VICTORIA DISTRICT, comprising
Victoria District,
North Saanich,
8.—VICTORIA CITY DISTRICT.
9.—ESQUIMALT DISTRICT, comprising
Esquimalt District,
Esquimalt Town,
Highland.
10.—COWICHAN DISTRICT, comprising
Cowichan,
Somenos,
Shawnigan,
Salt Spring Island.
11.—NANATMO DISTRICT, comprising
Nanaimo,
Mountain,
Lake,
South Saanich.
Sends two members.]
Sends four members.
Sooke,
Metchosin,
Sends two members.
Quamichan,
Comiaken,
Chemainus,
Sends two members.
Cedar,
Cranberry.
Sends one member.
* Taken from the Constitution Act.   Details from other sources. PREFATORY REMARKS.
12,—CGMOX DISTRICT.
Sends one member.
ELECTORAL DISTRICTS FOR OTTAWA.
MAINLAND.
A, Cariboo .District—comprising Cariboo and Lillooet Districts, consolidated.—See Local House List.
B.—Yale District—comprising Yale and Kootenay Districts, consolidated.
See Local House List.
C.—>Jkw W.estmixsteb District—comprising New   Westminster City  and
Coast Districts, consolidated.—See Local House List.
ISLAND.
D.—Victoria Distciict—comprising Victoria District, Victoria City District,
and Esquimalt District, consolidated.—See Local House List.
E.—Vancouver District—comprising the remainder of the Island.
In every case the Islands next adjacent to a district belong to that district.
-O-
The Directory will this year be found to contain:—
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 in every district of the Province, as accurate as the imperfect means at command would
allow, headed with statistical remarks where procurable;'
Names and officers of public bodies, friendly and benevolent societies;
Postal jrat.es for British Columbia, and arrival and departure of outward mails;
A page devoted to imports and exports for 1873;
The Dominion Tariff in alphabetical order;
A list of officials, with salaries.
In Conclusion
The Author's thanks are returned for official and other
information, cheerfully rendered in the compilation of this .
work, and the kind assistance of Mr. F. J. Barnard and
many other friends who, with great liberality, have habitually
furnished lifts for this, work, of Barnes in the outlying
E. M.
districts. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE GOMPANY OF LONDON,
Capital,        -        -        -        $8,000,000.
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IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN '
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
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COMMISSION   merchant,
 DEALER IN	
Groceries, Provisions and Oregon Produce,
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
YATES STREETS, VICTORIA, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Terminus   Saloon,
JOHNSON STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
CHARLES JOHN PHILLIPS,        PROPRIETOR.
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MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS NIGHTLY.
W.   G.    BOWMAN,
LIVERY
YATES STREET, bet. Government and Broad Sts.
VICTOEIA,   B_   O.
ktiM, Appraisers,
WHABF STREET.
agaen,
k Commission Agsnts,
VICTORIA, B. C.
Beg to announce that they have taken the large building on Wharf
Street, opposite the foot of Yates Street. From their lengthened experience
in the above branches of business, and by promptness and attention they
hope to secure a share of the public support.
Stocks, Stock in Trade, or Furniture, purchased for Cash.
Liberal advances made on Consignments.
Books kept or audited^ balance sheets made out, statements prepared,
and a general Accountant business confidentially transacted.
REFERENCES IN VICTORIA:—Bank of British Columbia; Messrs. Sproat
& Co.; Robt. Burnaby, Esq.; Messrs. Lowe, Stahlschmidt & Co. V.CTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Jg&Jf FB&NCI8C0 Sai&OOW*
Corner Yates and Government Sts., Victoria, B. C.
W. H. THISTLE, PROPRIETOR.
WBraBi^g  ^raffia GTS  Mfflal   lipiMfs®,
OF THE BEST BRANDS TO BE HAD AT THE BAR.
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Cor. Fort and Wbarf Streets,
H. FORMAN,
Under Odd Fellows' Hall.
PROPRIETOR.
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Cor. Yates and Government Sts.,
RALPH BORTHWICK,
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Victoria, B. C.
PROPRIETOR.
Finest & Largest Billiard Room in the City
"Wines, Liquors and Cigars of tbe Choicest Brands
dispensed at the Bar.
Cor. Johnson and Wharf Streets,
J. L. TAYLOR, -       -       -       -
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Victoria, B. C.
PROPRIETOR.
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Corner Government Street and Trounce Alley.
Wa, MoNIFF,
MANAGER VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS,
Agents of the
Agents of the
MAIL STEAMEH        W^®$MW$l$JzM& OftSCOS
Prince Alfred.   ^^^^^^ Steamship Oo.
&t,   JoorJ,   fjrotlM^   and   MoimnMott   j|mlp$,
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WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
CONTRACTORS FOR H. M. ROYAL NAVY.
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IMPORTER OF
IMPORTERS OF FINE
Mowers 4iMiiMpilcles
WHARF STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
G.
HAVANA CIGARS. SMOKE TOBACCO,
GENUINE MEERSCHAUM PIPES, ETC.
Yates Street, corner of Whart St.,
Victoria, B. C ST OF NA1S
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WITH  THOSE  OF
A Few Leading Men of Business in the Districts.
CENSUS.*—The City of Victoria, loithin the extended limits,
contains a population of, Whites, 2,021 males, 1,446 females;
Coloured, 125 males, 85 females; Chinese, 453 males,
40females; Natives, 218 males, 269 females; Total, 4,647.
Within the Old City Limits, 4,188. Census o/ latter,
taken April, 71, 3,629. Children, 729 mates, 812 females;
total, 1,604.
a—against a name denotes a registered Victoria City voter.
b—     | 1 " "       Victoria District  "
Abernethy Mrs. Mahela, Blanchard Street.
b Abrams James, farmer, Rock Bay.
b Adams J., tanner, Store Street.
Adams John, fruit store.
Adams F., empl. W. A J. Wilson.
« Adams Ban. Fowler, builder and eontractor, Douglas St.
Adams Mrs. John R., res. Douglas Street.
Adler Samuel, miner, Fort Street.
Ah Chick A Wo Chung, store keepers, Cormorant and Government Streets.
Ah Fau wood dealer, Rae Street,
Ah Loun, cigar maker, Johnson Street.
Ah Sam, washing, Johnson Street.
Ah Taie, general store, Cormorant Street.
Andean Wm., variety store Government Street.
a Aikman, H. B.Wilson, Registrar of Deeds, Supreme Court.
a Allatt Thos. Smith, builder and contractor, Fort Street.
Allpaek W., miner, American Hotel.
Alexander Forest J., empl. R. Burnaby.
Alexander Charles, farmer, east road, Saanich.
Allsop Thos. & Co., land and ins. agents, Government St.
* Returns made for the Directory, by the Compiler. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
a Allsop Thos, {see T. A. A Co.,) res. James' Bay.
AIlsop Charles L., resid., Humboldt Street.
Alston Peter, farmer, Esquimalt District.
Anderson Alex. Caulfield, farmer, J.P., N. Saanich.
b Anderson Jas. R., empl. Findlay, Durham & Brodie.
a Anderson Elijah Howe, resid. Twin Oak Farm.
Anderson Robert, farmer, Loch End, Victoria Arm.
Anderson--W., labourer, Humboldt Street.
a Anderson G. W., baker and grocer, Fort Street.
Anderson J., railway office, res. Kane Street.
Andrew John, empl. Erb A Loewen.
a Andrew John A., empl. H. B. Co.
Andrews R., water carrier, Yates Street.
a Andrews James, shoemaker.
Andrews James, steward, Naval Hospital, Esquimalt.
Annet, grocer, Cormorant Street.}
Argon Frank, miner, Courtenay Street.
a Armour James, empl. W. G. Bowman.
Armstrong Hon. W. J., M.P.P., for New West., District,
Minister of Finance and Agriculture.
a Armstrong W., tobacconist, Johnson Street.
Armstrong W., miner, Gordon Street.
Armstrong R., empl. T. Wilson & Co.
Arnold Mrs. T., Johnson Street.
a Arthur Wm., Esquimalt.
a Ash Hon. J., M.D., M.P.P., for Comox, Prov. Secretary.
Ash John, labourer, Cook Street.
Askew George T., farmer and spar dealer, Chemainus.
Astrico Andrea, Pacific Telegraph Hotel, Store,Street.
Astrico Constantine, empl. A. Astrico.
Astrico J. J., empl. A. Astrico.
Auger Nicholas, labourer, Work's road, Vict. Dist.
Auger Joshua, labourer, Work's road, Vict. Dist.
Auger Peter, labourer. Work's road, Vict. Dist.
a Austen Robert Howe, agent, Fort Street.
a Austin Joel John, accountant, Land Office.
Autridge Mrs., Rae Street.
Avons B., Johnson Street.
Ashworth W., miner, Angel Hotel,
ft Bagnall John, pianoforte maker and tuner, Fort Street.
Bailey Madison F., plasterer, Meares Street.
Baillie Mrs. T. B., Fort Street.
Baine Miss M., res. Courtenay Street.
Baker Mrs., res. Broughton Street.
Baker John T., clerk and messenger, Gordon Street.
b Baker Richard, farmer, Saanich Road. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
b Baker W., with R. Baker.
b Baker George, carpenter and contractor, Fairfield Road.
b Baker Michael, car. and contractor, Cadboro Bay Road.
a-b Bales J. Chestney, accountant, res. Indian Reserve.
a Balls Ch., farrier, Johnson Street.
a Balls George, res. McClure Street.
Balls Thomas, blacksmith, Johnson Street.
Balson H. G., carpenter, Central Court, Fort Street.
a Barnard F. Jones, Express office, Yates Street.
Barnard C. Francis, M.D., dentist, Douglas Street.
a Barnett A. Wallis, empl., T. W. Eastman, i
a Banon D. F., cabinet maker, Meares Street.
Barry Thomas, drayman, Wharf Street.
Barry Charles, carpenter, Cook Street.
Barry John, express waggon, Government Street.
Barry John, teamster, Wharf Street.
Bartlett John, empl., C. Morton.
Bateman John-, empl., Smith & Clarke.
Baumann L. F., confectioner, Yates Street.
Baynes & Pitts, merchants and importers, Yates Street.
a-b Beaven Hon. Robert, M.P.P., Chief Com. Lands & Works.
a Beck Wm., London Hotel, Johnson and Broad Streets.
Becker John, (see Geiger and Becker,) res. Fort Street.
Beckingham Mrs., res. North Park Street?
Beckwell James, empl., W. C. Bryant.
a Beegan Frank, bootmaker, Yates Street.
Beckwith Herbert, res. James' Bay.
Begbie Hon. Matthew Baillie, Chief Justice, British Columbia, res. Cormorant Street.
Begg John, carpenter, Douglas Street.
Bell Archibald Norman, Fort Street.
Bellamy Mrs., Herald Street.
Belmont Tanning, and  Boot A  Shoe manfacturing   Co.,
Government Street—J. C. Bales Secy.
Berkeley W. C, Provincial Auditor, res. Yates Street.
a Beswick Abel, wood dealer and teamster, Cormorant St.
Betts Thomas, Royal Hospital.
Bevis A. H., Fisgard Lighthouse, Esquimalt Dist.
Beuman Thos., carpenter, View Street.
Bickford W., cabinet maker, Pandora Streeti
Billings John A., gardener, Beechy Street.
Bissefl J. H., empl. Kelly A Taylor.
a Blackbourn Joseph, stock raiser, Thompson River.
Blackmore J., empl. G. Longhurst.
Bland Jas. W., empl. G. H. Maynard.
Blass A Co., G. Japanese Bazaar, Government-Street.
Blass G., (see G. B. A Co.,) res. Fort Street. 4.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Blenkinsop Geo.
Bland R., empl. Colonist office.
a-e Blequire Matthew, res. Victoria west.
Blinkhorn Mrs. Annie, res. Fort Street.
Bloomfield Chas., Police Sergeant, the Barracks.
Bloomingdale E., (see C. Stronss A Co.,) res. Fort Street,
Blum Leopold, Magasin Frangais, Johnson Street.
a Boake E. Wellington, Ten pin Alley, Government Street,
Boake Benjamin, farmer, Lake Dist.
Boase J., empl. J. Winger.
Bocion Paul, manu'fr syrups and cordials, Johnson Street.
Bolivan John, labourer, Collinson Street.
Bond George, empl. H. B. Co., res. Johnson Street.
a Bond Willis, contractor, View Street.
a Bone T. S., bootmaker, Oliver's Buildings, Gov'ment St<x
Bone Wm., empl. T. N. Hibben & Co.
Bon wick Mrs., private boarding, Cormorant Street.
Booth Wm., farmer, Esquimalt Road.
Booth John Patten, farmer, M.P.P., Salt Spring Island.
a Booth George Kerry, prop. Rock Bay House, Poi nt Ellis.
a Booth Sam. J., teamster, empl. DeWiederhold A Co.
a Booth Ed. A., teamster, Fort Street.
Booth Miss, dressmaker, Johnson Street.
Borde Antoine, blacksmith, Cormorant Street.
Borde Hyppohte, empl. H. Maynard.
Borde Madame, French laundry, Chatham Street.
Borthwick Ralph, Adelphi Saloon, Gov't and Yates Sts.
Boscowitz L. and J., fur dealers, Wharf Street.
Boscowitz Joseph, {see L. and J- Boscowitz,) Pandora St.
Bossi C, groceries and provisions, Government Street.
Bossi A., empl. C. Bossi..
Bossi G., groceries and provisions, Johnson and Store Sts.
Bottrell Matthew, butcher, res. Superior St. James' Bay.
Bouillet E., grocer, corner Yates and Broad Streets.
Bowden Dr. T. J. Mills, dentist, Pandora Street.
Bowden W., Inspector of Police, the Barracks.
Bowles P., porter, empl. Welch, Rithet & Co.
•Bowman Wm. Gile, livery stable, Yates Street.
Bowman Mrs., private boarding, Yates Street.
a Boyd John, grocer, Pattrick's corner, Johnson Street.
Boyd James, carpenter, Blanchard Street.
Boyle W., miner, Brown's JElOtel.
Bradbury J. W., farmer, cross roads, South Saanich.
Branch Samuel, miner, Chatham Street.
Brabant Rev. A. J., teacher, St. Louis Colleo-e.
Bravermann Isador, pawnbroker, cor Broad & Pandora Sts.
«.   Registered Toter in Esquimalt District. %— ~ FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
BrayfLeld Charles, empl. J. W. Williams, Esquimalt Dist.
Briaia Emanuel, empl. W. C. S. Seeley.
Briggs Thomas L., Kane Street.
a Brodie J. H., (see Findlay, Durham and Brodie,) res. Rae
Brotchie W., Royal Hospital. [Street.
Brown Frank, empl. J. W. Williams.
Bruck P., empl. Jos. Rhode.
Brown G. H. Wilson, farmer,. J.P., Lake District.
Brown Percival R., empl. W. P. Sayward.
Brown — miner, Pioneer Street.
Brown George, empl. J. Parker & Co.
a-b Brown Charles Berry, Brown's Hotel, Douglas and Fort
b Brown Charles Monaghan, farmer, Metchosin..     [Streets.
Brown M. C, Omineca Saloon, Government Street.
Brown W., empl. Miners' Restaurant.
Brown A White, dry goods, etc., Government Street.
a Brown Henry, (see Brown A White) res. Yates Street.
Brown E. Munro, compositor, Government printing office.
Brown Robert, farmer, W. road N. Saanich.
b Brown J. H., market gardener, Fairfield road.
Brown & Gillis, Occidental Hotel, Quesnelle.
Brown Miss, dressmaker, Fort Street.
Bream Patrick, res. American Hotel.
Briekett Charles, empl. E. Harrison.
Brodrick A Co., coal, produce, and commission merchants,
and agents for "Prince Alfred" & Oregon Steamships,
Wharf Street.
Brodrick Richard, merchant, res. Fort Street.
Brule J. B., farmer, Sooke.
Bryant J. D., farmer, E. road N. Saanich.
Bryant John, miner, Angel Hotel.
Buck George T., empl. J. A H. M. Cowper.
Buckner Armstead, farmer, Salt Spring Island.
a Buler Asbury, variety store, Government Street.
Bull Wm. King, clerk, View Street.
Bullen Jonathan, plasterer, &c, Herald Street.
b Bulkley Thomas A., Civil Engineer, Foul Bay road.
Bunster Aurther, M.P.P., brewer, Johnson Street.
Bunting C. E., cabinet maker, Yates Street.
Burgess F., plasterer, Topaze Avenue.
Burgess J. P., carpenter, Fort Street.
Burke J., miner, Chatham Street.
Burkitt C, painter, Fort Street.
Burnaby Robert, land agent, Government Street.
Burns James, (see Dwyer & Burns).
a Burns J. (see Edwards A Burns).
Burns W., laborer, empl. Smith A Clarke. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
a Burnes T. J., prop. American Hotel, Yates Street.
Burr W. H., Public School teacher, Langley.
a Burroughs W. G., tailor, Oriental Alley.
Burroughs John, dairyman, Pakington Street.
Burt Stephen S., grocer and baker, Government Street.
Burton J., miner, View Street.
a Bushell F. S., pianoforte tuner, Kane Street.
Butler George S., farmer, S. Saanich.
Butler Mrs., school, S. Saanich.
Butler W., teamster, Discovery Street.
a Butler Robert, printer, Government printing office.
Bush Thomas, bricklayer, Chatham Street.
Bushby Hon. Arthur T., postmaster gen., S.M., New West.
Byrn R. Stavert, empl. J. H. Turner & Co.
Byrne Michael, miner, American Hotel.
- Cabana Joseph, empl. J. Sehl.
Cadell Philip, accountant, View Street. .
a Cahill Joseph, miner, Pembroke Street.
Caire and Grancini, hardware merchants, Wharf Street.
Cake Thomas, empl. G. Coleman.
Calder Charles, butcher, Johnson Street.
Calder Alex., res. Quadra^Street.
Caldwell Mrs., public school teacher, res. Yates Street.
Calhoun Wm. A., printer, Standard office, res. Johnson St.
Calvert P., Parsons' Bridge Hotel.
Calvin R., carpenter, Government Street.
b Cameron Duncan, contractor, Michigan Street, James' Bay.
Campbell Frank, cigar store, Adelphi Corner.
Campbell John, labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Cams.usa M. (see A. Casamayou A Co.)
a-b-d Carey Joseph W., land surveyor, Kane Street.
a Carmichael J. H., empl. Telegraph office, Yates Street.
Carne Frederick, empl. A. Rickman.
Carpenter W., miner, American Hotel.
Carpenter Chancy, (see Robertson A Co.) res. Cook St.]
a Carr Richard, commission merchant, Wharf Street.
a Carter Paris, messenger and porter, Pandora Street.
Carter jr, Paris, with P. Carter.
Carter Mrs., farmer, Victoria Dist.
Casamayou & Co. A., imp. and com. mer., YateB Street.
Caselton R., empl. J. RuefF A Co.
Caselton H., empl. E. Harrison.
Caselton Miss, (see Ellerie Miss).
a Cavin Thomas, carpenter, Fisgard Street.
Chadwick Thomas, International Hotel Yates Street.-
&Registeiei voter in Lake District.   ~ ' '""" FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
r.
Chambers Coote Mulloy, clerk in Savings Bank.
"Chang Kee, cigar maker, Government Street.
Chancy D. W., carpenter, Bayley Street.
Chapman Joseph, miner, Australian House.
a Charity Cornelius H., bootmaker, Johnson Street.
a-b Charles W., ch. tra., H. B. Co., res. Fort Street.
a-b Charters W. B., blacksmith, Wharf Street.
Charters John Fagan, farmer, Sooke.
Chauveau Thomas, St. Mary's Mission, Fraser River.
a Child Henry, grocer, Menzies Street, James' Bay.;
Ching Kee, labour agency, Cormorant Street.
Chin Gay, general store, Yates Street.
Chong Dr., physician and surgeon, Cormorant Street.
Ching Kee, cigar and sundries, Government Street.
a Christiansen J. mariner, Montreal Street, James* Bay.
a Christopher Augustus, carman, Government Street.
Clancy W, miner, American Hotel.
a Clanton R. T., empl. R. Brodrick A Co.
Clark J. G., (see Smith A Clark) res. Johnson Street.
Clarke J. B. empl. G. C. Keays.
Clarke W. R., master Sir James Douglas, res. Quadra St.
ClaverisAlex., dairyman, Cadboro Bay road.
b Clayton John, nurseryman, Moss Street.
Clemitson R. M., asst. teacher public school, res. James Bay.
Cloake Isaac, farmer, N. Saanich,
Cock Thomas, carpenter, Johnson Street.
Cocking Philip, miner, Angel Hotel.
Cockran J., miner, American Hotel.
a Caesar Randall, hair dresser, Yates Street.
Cogan H., farmer, M-P.P., Craigflower.
Cohen H. M., clothier, Johnson Street.
Cohen George, empl,H. M. Cohen.
Cohen A Hoffman, merchants Barkerville and Quesnelle.
Cohen Lewis, (see Cohen <fe Hoffman).
Colburne W., miner, Orleans House.
Coles W., blacksmith, Johnson Street.
Coles George, farmer, Metchosin.
a Coleman George, Prince of Wales, Government Street.
Collier Alex., blacksmith, Albion Iron Works.
a Collins John, empl. C. T. Millard.
Collins John, Colonist office.
Coflins John, North Pacific Saloon.
Colliss Edward, Royal Hospital.
Col well D., harnd cart, Wharf Street.
a Constantine W., carpenter, Central Court.
Cleudenning F., miner, Angel Hotel.
Connor J. S., miner, American Hotel. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Cook G. Stalland, farmer, Metchosin.
Cooness Stacey, teamster, Sayward's lumber yard.
a-b Cooper Jas., agt. Majine & Fisheries, res. Cormorant St.
Cooper C. A., empl. G. Sutro &' Co.
a Copeland S. A., steward str. Enterprise.
Copeland.Richard, engineer, Quebec Street.
Corr Peter, miner, Collitison Street.
Corrigan Owen, miner, Fort Street.
Costello M., miner, American Hotel.
a Coulter David, drayman, Wharf Street.
a Courtney H. Claysson, attorney-at-law, Langley Street.
Couves Augustus C., Brown Jug, Fort Street.
Cowper J. & H. M., boot <to shoe dealers, Yates Street.
Cower Jesse, (see J. & H. M. Cowper) res. James' Bay.
Cox Mrs. Annie, Cormorant Street..
Cox W.H., empl. Jay A Co., Cook Street.
Craigie Thomas, labourer, View Street.
Crarey Robert, carpenter, Angel Hotel..
Craswell William, res. Quadra Street.
Crauvelli P., fruit & groceries, Johnson Street.
Crease Henry Pering Pellew,  Puisne Justice,   B. C, res.
Menzies Street.
Cridge Very Rev. E., Dean  of Christ Church  Cathedral,
res, Humboldt Street.
Cridge Richard, clerk in Land Office.
Cridge John Allen, Johnson Street.
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Croekford, W. empl. C. Gowen, Yates Street.
a Crogan William, gardener, Frederick Street.
Crosson James, general store, Yates Street.
a Crowther Richard Atkin, carver and gilder, Broad Street.
a Crowther John, painter, Yates Street.
Cunningham A Hankin, general store, Skeena.
Cunningham Robert, (see Cunningham A Hankin).
Curnow W., miner, Cormorant Street.
Cuvereau Pierre, farmer, Cedar Hill road.
Dalby A Co. W., saddlery, harness A trunk makers, Gov't St.
b-e Dalby W., (see W. Dalby A Co.,) Mayor of Victoria,
res. Pandora Street.
a Dale David, labourer, N. Park Street.
a Daley C, fireman str. Emma,
a Davey A. W., carpenter, Central Court, Fort Street.
a Davie J. C, M,D., Langley Street, res. Douglas Street,
a Davie Alex. E. Batson, attorney-at-law, law-clerk Provincial Parliament.
Davie Theodore, attorney-at-law, Langley Street.
e.    Registered voter in Esquimalt District. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
9.
a Davie Alex. E. B., barrister-at-law, Victoria and Cariboo.
Davies A Co. J. P., auctioneers, Wharl Street.
a Davies J. P., (see J. P. D. A Co.) res, Fisguard Street.
a Davies Joshua, (see J. P. D. & Co.)
Davies P. J., empl. J. P. Davies & Co.
Davies D. L., empl. Standard office.
a Davies Joseph, compositor, Standard 'office.
Davies John C, teamster, Douglas Street.
a Dawson H. S., labourer, Johnson St.
Dean Solomon, farmer* E. Road, S. Saanich.
b Dearis George, Oakvale, Vict. Dist.
a-b Deans James, faamer, Vict. Dist.
a Dearberg, T. J., compositor, Colonist office.
Deasy D., messenger, Gov't Buildings.
Deasy T., empl. Colonist office.
Decking G., empl. G. Lawrence.
a DeCosmos Hon. Amor, ex-M.P.P., and Pres. Executive
Council, Government St.
Deeks George, farmer, Alfred St.
Defoe John, empl. M. R. Smith.
Defoe James, miner, Brown's Hotel.
a Demeuille E., empl. Smith & Clark.
Demollieux A., empl. D. E. Meyer.
Denegri Jean B., fruiterer, etc., Johnson St.
Denny & Spencer, dealers in dry goods, etc., Victoria Houses
Government St.
a Denny W., (see Denny & Spencer,) res. Pandora St*
Desgado F., cook,. American Hotel..
a Devereux-Jomr, master mariner, res. Collinson St.
Dexter Robert, miner, Angel Hotel.
DeWiederhold A Co., coal and wood mer., Sproat's Wh'f.
DeWiederhold A. E. S., (see DeWiederhold & Co.)
a Dewsnap Joseph, pound-keeper, Alfred St.
a Dickinson Edward, empl. Findlay, Durham and Brodie.
Dickson John, tinsmith, res. Pandora St.
Dietrich J. B., empl. DeWiederhold & Co.
Deitz George, (-_ee Moody, Deitz A Nelson) Burrard Inlet.
Dillon Miles, empl. H. Schultz.
Doane J. Homer, Kae St.
Dobbin T. Sydney, clerk Navy Yard, Esquimalt.
b Dodd Martin, Gorge Retreat, Victoria Arm.
Dodd W., miner, Pembroke St.
Dods Archibald, farmer, Cowichan proper.
Dogherty A., miner, American Hotel.
i Doherty Mrs., Kane St.
Douald Edwin, res. James' Bay.
a Dooling Barthol., fireman str. Enterprise. 10.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
a-e Doran John, New Inn, Esquimalt road.
b Dorman John, ship carpenter, James' Bay.
Dorman W., empl. L. Lowenberg.
a Doscher H. W., washing, etc., Pembroke St.
Dongall John, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
a-b Doughty George, brushmaker, Fort St.
Doughty James, empl. E. Wilson.
b Douglas Sir James, K.C.B., res. James' Bay.
a Douglas James W., res. James' Bay.
Douglas W. T., drayman, View St.
Douglas Alex., machinist, Albion Iron Works.
Downey J. J., farmer, N. Saanich.
Downs R., labourer, N. Park St.
Doyle Patrick, miner, Globe Hotel.
Drake A Jackson, solic. & not. pub., Bastion St.
a-b Drake Montague W. Tyrwhitt, (see Drake & Jacksn) res.
Point Ellis.
Droud John, baker, Herald Street.
a Drummond J. S., tinsmith, etc., City Coun., Yates St.
Duck Simeon, carriage and waggon builder, M.P.P., Gov't
Driscoll Dennis, water carrier, Yates St. [Street.
Duffy George, empl. J. W. Williams.
Dunlop J. T., livery stable, Broad St.
Dunn James, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Dunstan John, empl. W. Newbury.
Dupont C. T., Insp. Inter. Rev., Colonist Building*
Durance John, farmer, Lake Dist.
Duros Mrs., Erie St., James' Bay.
Dutnall George, farmer, Albert Head, Esqui. Dist.
Dutnall John, drayman, Wharf Street.
Deveuille W., res. Rae St.
Dwyer and Barns, liquor saloon, Yates St.
a Dwyer Joseph, (see Dwyer and Burns), res. Cormorant St.
aEarle Thomas, (see J. RuefFA Co.) res. Douglas St.
« Eastman Thomas W., butcher, cor Johnson St. and Wad-
a Eberts M., Johnson St. [dington Alley.
Eckstein Leon, hotel and store, S. Saanich.
Eckstein David, U. S., Consul, office Gov't St.
Edgar John, empl. S. Whitley.
Edmonds H.'V., auctioneer, Capt. Militia, etc., New West.
Elford Robert, carpenter, Cadboro' Bay Road.
b Elford Wm., market garden, Cadboro' Bay Road.
Elford John, with Robert Elford.
Ella Mrs., res. Fort St.
Elleric Miss, and Miss Caseltop,, dressmakers, Fort St.
«.   Registered voter iu Esquimalt District. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY. 11.
« Elliott A. C, Police Mag., Coun. Cham., res. Vancouver
Elliott Anthony, empl. E. Harrison. [Street.
a-b Elliott W. A., engineer str. "Otter," res. Dallas Road.
Elliott Jonathan, milk ranch, Beacon Hill Park.
Ellrnan T. W., attorney-at-law, American Hotel
a-b Ellory George, tripe dealer, Spring Ridge.
EJviu George, mariner, Esquimalt Road.
Emmereon Charles, miner, Fort St.
Engelhardt J. F. E., (see R. Brodrick & Co.) res. Church
Hill. .
Ennor Thomas, labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Ennor Joseph, carpenter, Discovery St.
Enrichson J. miner, Angel Hotel.
Erb A Loewen, Victoria Brewery, Government St,
Erb L., (see Erb A Loewen) res. Government St.
Essener Joseph, turner and builder, Fort St.
Estes Howard, farmer, S. Saanich.
Estes Jackson, farmer, S. Saanich.
<t Ettershank John, mariner, Store St.
a-e Evans W. res. Victoria West.
a Evans Benj., farmer, Cook St.
Everett Patrick, Horse & Jockey, Esquimalt- roadU
Fairbairn W., boiler maker, Albion Iron Works.
Fairhead Walter, driver, Yates St.
a Falshaw Richard, labourer, Pandora St.
Farrall Patrick, night watchman, Beechy St.
Farrahd B., carpenter, View Street.
a Farron W. P., res. Pandora St.
a-b-e Farwell Stanhope S., chief clerk Land office. ■
a Fawcett Thomas Lea., Government Agent Nanaimo,
a Fawcett Rowland W-, upholsterer and paperhanger, Government Street.
a Fawcett Edgar, empl. R. W, Fawcett
Fay John, res. St. Nicholas Hotel,
Feigh John, prop. Amer. Hotel Yates St. (see T. J. Burnes.)
a Fee David F., engineer str. Enterprise, res. Herald St.
Fell & Co., grocers A tea dealers, Fort St.
a Fell James (see Fell & Co.) res View St.
Fellows A Roscoe, iron and hardware dealers, Yates St.
a-b Fellows Alfred, (see F. & Roscoe) res. Queen's road,
Ferguson Thomas, farmer, S. Saanich,
a Ferguson J., labourer, View St.
Fery Jules, empl. E. Bouillet.
a Field W., carpenter, Cook St..
Field Edwin, empl. Denny & Spencer.
Fields John, waiter, American Hotel. 12.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, importers and wholesale dealers in dry goods and clothiug, Wharf St.
a-b Findlay George J., (see F., Durham-& Brodi •) res. Rae St.
'Finlaison C. S., clerk Custom house, res. Michigan St.
Finlay Joseph, empl. Miners' Restaurant.
a Finlayson John, grocer and tea dealer, Fort St.
a-b-e Finlayson Roderick, res. Saanich road.
b Finnerty John, farmer, Mount Tolmie cross road.
b Finnerty Michael, farmer, Mount Tolmie cross road.
b Fish Robert, labourer Saanich road.
b Fish James, labourer, Saanich road.
Fisher W. R., farmer, Metchosin Dist.
Fisher Peter, empl. G. C. Gerow.
Fisher W., merchant, J.P., Esquimalt.
Fisher J. Birch, Barkerville. j^
Fisher W., merchant, New Westmister.
b Fiterre J. P., wine merchant, Yates St.
Fitz Allen John, farmer, Cadboro' Bay.
Fleming A., empl. W. B. Townsend.
a Fletcher C, blacksmith, Store St.
Flett John, cooper, empl. H.B.C.
Flett James, empl. J. Finlason.
a-e Flewin Thomas, porter, empl. Lowe, Stahlschmidt & Co.
Flewin J. O., merchant, Angel Hotel.
Flinn Obert, miner, Oriental Hotel.
Folks J., engineer, Oriental Hotel.
Foot Wm., farmer, Lake Dist.
Forbes Alex., lumber .sawyer., empl. W. P. Sayward.
a Force Wm., tailor, Yates St.
Ford John, carpenter, empl. T. E. C. Story.
Ford Mrs. S. S-, dressmaker, Pandora St.
Forsyth John, miner, Angel Hotel. .
a Foster C, bootmaker, Alfred St.
b Foster Robert, stone cutter and builder, Point Ellis.
Foster Robert jr., with R. Foster.
Fox Mrs. Margaret, dealer in cutlery & lamps, Government Sti
Francis Allen, fur trader, Pandora St.
a Francis George, hack driver, Trounce AI'dy.
Francis Mrs. A. H., res. Fort St.
Francis James, farmer, Lake Dist.
Francis Matthew, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
a Franklin W. A., express waggon, Gov't St.
Fraser W., empl. C. J. King.
Eraser Lewis, empl. J. Wriglesworth.
Fraser Mrs., res. Chatnam St.
Fraser A., miner, res. Chatham St. First vtotorta. i<trectorY.
13.
Eraser Donald, farmer, Metchosin.
Freeman Dau., express wagon, Gov't St.
Fried Joseph, res. Douglas St.
Front John, empl. J. Rhode.
Frye George, tide waiter, Custom House, res. Saanich Road.
Fuchs P., empl. F. Sehl.
Gaffh-ey T., miner, American Hotel.
Galbraitn W., labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Galor George, carpenter, Douglas St.
b Galley W., miner, Topaze Avenue, Saanich road.
Gallcj* J. W., empl. Matthew, Richards and Tye.
Gant Mrs. Catherine, Pioneer St.
Gardner John, mast. str. "Gossie Telfair."
Garesche F., dealer in Exchange, etc., and agent for Wells,
Fargo A Co.'s express, Yates St.
a Gastineau John, C. E. aud Surveyor, Humboldt St.
Gaston Herbert, res. Yates St.
a Gaynor F. blacksmith, Albion Iron Works.
Geiger & Becker, hair dressers, San Francisco Saloon.
Geiger Thomas, (see Geiger and Becker,) rps. View St.
Geiger L., empl. G. H. Maynard.
Gerittssen John, grocer, Humboldt St.
Gerke A Co., H., grocer, etc., Humboldt St.
a Gerow Gideon C, waggon and carriage builder, Johnson
Street.
Gibb Mrs, res. Langley St.
a-e Gibbou W. Reid, (see II. T. Mann A Co.) res. Amelia St.
a Gibbon James, Stevedore, Courtenay St.
a Gibson W., grocer, cor. Yates and Douglas Sts.
a Gibson James, brewer, empl. A. Bunster.
Gideon Dan., cook, Discovery St.
Giesselmann Charles, empl. A. Rickman.
a Giffin T. H., Victoria.
Gifford A., miner, American Hotel.
Gilligan Patrick,- Mountaineer Saloon, Store St.
Gilliham Mrs., Pandora St.
Gilmore Alex., merchant tailor, Government St.
Gim Wah, washing, etc., Government St.
Giordano Vicenso, fruit and vegetable dealer, Gov't St.
Giordano Natale, fruit and vegetable dealer, Gov't St.
Girod and Guichon, merchants, Quesnelle.
Girod Jean, (see Girod and Guichon.)
Giscomb John R., miner, Yates St.
a Glassey John, res. Oriental Hotel.
Gleed Thomas, farmer, Metchosin.
Glenny R., miner, Fort St. 14.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
.Glendenning J., res. Mrs. Mason's, Fort St.
Glendenning G., res. Mrs. Mason's, Fo.it St.
a Glide H.; Erie St., James' Bay.
Glover S. H., harness maker, Chatham St.
a Godding Robert, carpenter, Collinson St.
Goggan John, empl. W. Heathorn.
Golledge Richard, Esquimalt Dist.
Good Charles, Asst. Prov. Sec, James' Bay Bridge.
a Good II. Berkeley, collector Int. Rev., res. Dallas Road.
a Goodacre Lawrence, (see Stafford and Goodacre.)
a Goodacre John, res. Broad St.
Goode George, bricklayer, Pacific Telegraph Hotel.
Goodhue J, P., agent Oregon Steamship Co., res. Cormor-
a Gorrie Thomas, fancy store, Fort St. [ant Street.
a Gosnell Joseph, grocer, Douglas St.
a Goudie James S., saw sharpener, Fort St.
a Goulter G. D. A., dealer in druggists sundries, Fort St.
a-e Gowen Chaules, brewer, City Councillor, Yates St.
Grabble H, Wilcox St.
Grahame James A., (see H.B.C. list) H.B.O., res. Bastion St.
Grahame James 0., clerk H.B.C.
Graham John, Dep. Receiver Gen., Savings Bank Fort St.
Grancini E., (see Cajre & Grancini) res Cormorant St.
Grant Alex., engineer, Angel Hotel.
Gray A., Mrs. Masons' Fort St.
a Gray A. B., importerof staple dry goods, Albion House^
Government St.
Gray & Co. A. B., auctioneers etc., Fort St., cor. Langley St.
Gray Hon. J. Hamilton, Puisne Justice, res.*Cad. Bay road.
Gray J. H., draughtsman C.P.R. office, Yates St.
Gray A., pattern maker, Albion Lon Works.
Green W., miner, Government St.
Green Ashdown C.E. and Surveyor, Nanaimo.
a Green F. Walter, C.E. tor Water Works and City Surv.* i
res, Beechy St,
Green A. A., accountant, F. Garesche, res. James' Bay.
a Green Rowland E., Victoria.
a Green David, clothier, Government St.
Green C. T., clerk in Navy Yard, Esquimalt.
Green A.R., New Westminster.
Green John, empl. Rock Bay House, Point Ellis.
Greenwood George, empl. 0. Balls.
Geenwood A Morley, soda water manuf s., Yates St.
a Greenwood J. K., (see G. A Morley.)
"Grelley Frangois, wine & liquor merchant, Wharf St
Gribble George, labourer, Albion Iron Works. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY. 15.
a Gribble H„ empl. W. Jones, Government St.
a-e Gribbell Rev. F. B., Rector of St. Pauls'   Esquimalt
Principal of Collegiate School, res. Vancouver St.
d-e Griffin Benj. Pitt, Boomerang Inn, Langley St.
Griffiths M. empl. Aloipin Iron Works.
Griffiths John W., empl. Sproat A Co,
Grim Wm., blacksmith, Cormorant St.
Griffen E., convict guards the Barracks.
b Gregory W., gardener, James' Bay.
Grunbaum &   Bros.,   H,,   provision   and   clothing  store,
Johnson St.
Grunbaum 'JR., (see G. & Bro.) res. Fisguard St,
Grunbaum E., (see G. & Bro.) res. Firguard St.
GrunbaumBros., merchants, Barkerville.
Guegan P., steward French Hospital.
Guild A. H., Mrs. Mason's, Fort St.
a Gullion C. F., labourer, Herald St.
Hadley W., porter, Custom House. .
Haiaesive George, miner, Australian House.
Hall Mrs. Richard, Chatham St.  -
HaUijr. Richard, empl, Sproat <to Co.
Hall John, compositor, Standard office.
Hall A. S., Driard House.
a Hall. Thomas, feed store, Yates St.
a Hall Philip J., steward Fire Department, Broad St.
Halliday W., miner, Government St.
Hamblett G. F., carpenter, View St.
Hamilton Mrs. A., dressmaker, Fort St,
Hamilton Mrs. Christ,, nurse, Fort St;<
Hamilton Gavin, Factor in charge HJB.C., Stuairt Lake.
a Hamley Hon. Wymond, Collector of Customs, res. Rae
Hamley J., miner, Brown's Hotel. [Street.
Hankin, Thomas, (see Cunningham & Hankin.)
Hardisty George, purser str.' Enterprise.
Hargreavcs George, Oriental Hotel.
e Harman John, carpenter, Victoria.
Harris Thomas, butcher, res. Broad St.
Harris Samuel, hotel, Cowichan.
Harris Miss Fanny, Kane St.
Harris George, miner, American Hotel.
.a-b Harriss J., farmer, Cedar Hill road.
Harrison Eli., painter and decorator, Yates St.
Harrison jr. Eli., empl. Drake A Jackson.
Harrison George, farmer, Spring Ridge.
a Harrison Wm., labourer, North Park St.
a Harrison Wm., empl. Fell & Co. 16.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORV.
a Harrison Wm., empl. H. Saunden.
Harrison Wm., bookseller etc., Government St.
Hart Michael, special constable, Store St.
Hart Thomas, messenger Bank B.N.A.
a Hart Oakly, shoemaker, Johnson St.
Hart Thomas, empl. Denny A Spencer.
Hartnagel A. C, cook, Colonial Hotel.
Harvey R, wholesale department, J. H. Turner A Co,
Harvey W., empl. H.BIC, Yale.
Haslem James, miner, Angel Hotel,:.
Hastings O. C, empl. S. A. Spencer.
a Hatterselv E., engineer str. Grappler, res. Pandofca'St.
Hauf J., Mrs. Mason's, Fort St.
Hautier & Allard. hotel keepers, Lytton.
Hautier L., (see H. & Allan'.)
e Hawkins G. F., farmer, Colwood.
Hayes Mrs. Rosa, Johnson St,
b Haynes Wm., bandmaster to the Militia, res. the Willows.
Haynes jr.„Wm., empl, M. R. Smith.
HAYWARD A JENKINSON,  contractors and  builders,
Langley St.
a-b Hayward Charles,   (see H. A Jenkinson) City   Councillor, res. Fort St.
Hayward Mrs., Principal girl's school, Broughten St.
a Hazzard Wm., miner, Angel Hotel.
a Heal John, farmer, Lake Dist.
a Heal jr. John. empl. A. Gilmore.
Heal David, empl. Kelly & Taylor.
a Heathorn Wm., bootmaker, Government St.
Heigh Wm., empl. Colonial Hotel.
a Heisterman H. F., land agent, Bastion St. res. Johnson St.
Helgeson Hans L., farmer, Metchosin.
a-b-.e-f Helmcken Hon. J. SabastiMi, surgeon, Bastion St. res.
James' Bay.
Hemenover  C, (see Trehart A Ilemenover)   St,  Nicholas
Hems W., miner, Pacific Tel. Hotel. [Hotel.
Henderson James, carpenter, empl. Smith A Clark.
Hendry Alex., pattern maker, Albion L-on Works.
a Heuly Henry, hotel, Clover Point,
Henly Joseph.
a Hepworth James, empl. A. Gilmore.
Herdman John, blacksmith, Cormoraut St.
Herre W. F,, prop. Driard House, View St.
Hett J. Roland, barrister-at-law, Notary Public,
Provincial*Parliament, Government St.
a Hewlings John Quantock, librarian Mechanics''
/.   Registered TOter in North Saanich.
clerk to
IfistitSnteJ Heywood Jos., dealer in pork and hams, Yates St,
Hibben & Co. T. N., stationers and book sellers,  Gov't St.
Hibben T. Napier, (see T. K H. A Co.) res. Pandora St.
Hick Wm.. miner. Angel Hotel.
b Hicks Robert, pilot, Pembroke St.
Hicken George, butcher, Herald St.
Hie Lee, variety store, Cormorant St.
Higgs George, farmer, W. road S. Saanich.
•a Higgins David W,, prop. British Colonist, res.-Yates St.
High Kay, provision store, Cormorant St.
Hildebrand E., tailor, cor. Fort and Douglas Sts.
Hill — miner, Humboldt St.
Hill Edward, miner, Gordon St.
Hillard James, Store St., W. side.
Hillenmyer A., empl. J. L. Jungerman.
JEIills Right Rev., D. D., Bishop ot  Columbia, res. Church
Hillier W., farmer, Lake Dist. [reserve.
Hind A., groom, Fort St.
Hitchcock W,, Government Assay office, N.  Westminster.
<a Hodges T., baker and grocer, cor Pandora and Douglas Sts.
Hogan H., wine A spirit merchant, N. Westminster.
Holbrook H., gen. & com. merch., M.P.P.,N." Westminster.
Holden J., farmer, S. Saanich.
Hollands H., baker, empl. Steitz bros.
Holloway Robert, printer, Cormorant St.
•a Holmes Alex., empl. F, Reynolds.
Holmes Peter, master str. "Maude."
Holness James, empl. Stafford &  Goodacre, Spring Ridge.
a Holroyd Ward, (see Mansell A Holroyd.)
a Homfray Robert, C.E. and surveyor, Trounce Alley.
Horr James, empl. Colonial Hotel.
Horie John, farmer, Lake Dist.
Horsley Samuel, plasterer, Johnson St.
a-b Horton R. H», empl. H.B.C.
Hossier Mr., Kane St.
Houghton C. F., Lieut. Col., Dep. Ad jut. Gen., Yates St.
Howard John T., Royal Oak Hotel, postmaster, Esquimalt..
Howerth H., tinsmith, empk^ J. S. Drummond.
b Howse A. R., recording clerk, Land Office.
Hudson G. R., prop. Royal Hotel, Fort St.
•a Hughes Lewis, empl. R. Roberts.
a Humber Morris, bricklayer etc., Courtenay St.'
Humphreys T. Basil, auctioneer, M.P.P., Yates St.
Hunt Wm., farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Hunter Rich., Custom House officer, Esquimalt.
<a Hurd Edmund, agent J. A. Raymur.
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j   ■<■ ■.- FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY—James A. Grahame, Esq.,
Inspecting Chief Factor, in charge of Western Department.
Depot—Wm.  Charles,  Factor  in  charge.    Clerk,  C.   Thorne;   Robt.
Combe, Custom House Clerk; H. Sullivan,   Warehouseman;  Harry
Simpson, China-packer; Indian trade shop and fur store. Robert
Horton.    Wharf, J.imes Jack; Clerk, Gordon Lockerby; Toll Collector-, George Bond.    Cooper, F. Les Louis.
Esquimalt Store and Warehouse—W. T. Livock, jr. Chief Trader, in
charge; H. Sandford,Wm. Trickeyj.Powder Bars:e, W. Kameleh elehe.
Victoria Office—Accountant, A. Munro, Factor; Cashier, J. H Law-
son, Junior Chief Trader; Clerks, John A. Andrew, J. U. Grahame,
P. J. Leech, H. Tolmie.
Store—J. W. McKay, Factor in charge; Assistant, David Work; Clerks,
Donald McKay, James P. Kennedy.
Stations—Fort Langley, Ovid Allard, Clerk in charge; Fort Hope, Wm.
Yates, Clerk in charge; Yale, Wm.. Harvey, Clerk in charge; Assistant,  Oliver Harvey ;   Thompson's  River District, Ham/oops, John
Tait,  Chief Trader  in   charge ;   Quesnelle,  Robt.  Williams, Chief
Trader in charge; Barkerville, Hngh Ross, Chief Trader in Charge ;
Clerk, R.  J.   Skinner;    New    Caledonia   District, Stuart's   Lake,
Gavin  Hamilton,   Factor  in   charge ; Clerk, Robt.   Hall; Fraser's
Lake, J. M. Alexander, Clerk in charge; Fort George, Chas. Ogden,
Ulerk  in  charge;   Mcleod's  Lake,   Ferdinand McKenzie, Clerk in
. charge; Connolly's.Lake, Thomas Hamilton, Clerk in charge; Bahine
Post, Alfred  Lampare; Comox,  A.  G.  Home; Fort Rupert, Robert
-Hunt; Port Essington, Matthew Feak;- Fort Simpson, C. F. Morrison;
• Masset, Offert; Stekine, Richard  White; Bella  Coola, George Clayton, Bella Bella, Frederick Kennedy.
Steamers—"Enterprise," W. H.McNeill, Master; G. Hardisty, Purser?
"Otter," H. G. Lewis, Master; T. Elwyn, Purser.
a Hurrell H, empl. E. Harrison.'
Huston Guy, gun and lock smith, Yates St.
Hutcheson Mrs., res. Park St.
Hutchinson J., miner, Angel Hotel..
Hutchinson H. W., asst. jaoler, the Barracks
a Huxtable W. H,, grocer, cor. Fort & Quadra Sts.
Hyde G. Norman, prop. Omineca Saloon, Gov't St.
Hunter J., M.P.P. Clinton, res. Douglas St.
Dobotson James, Quebec St., James' Bay.
Ibbotson Samuel, Quebec St., James' Bay.
Inge T., drayman, Herald St.
a innes Thomas Newman, lahourer, View St.
Innis James H,, store keeper in charge Naval Yard.
InsleyA., steamboat pilot, New Westminster,
loyal Rev. Father O. M. I., New Westminster.
b Irvine James, usher Supreme Court, Superior St.
6 Irvine John, farmer, Cedar Hill road.
b Irvine Robert, labourer, Cedar Hill road.
a-e Irving Peter, sl^emaker, Beechy St.
e Irving jr. Peter, farmer, Metchosin.
a-e Irving W. J. Morison, empl. Robertson & Carpenter. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
19.
Jack Wm., Royal Hospital.
Jack Alex., miner, road contractor,  Michigan   St., James'
Jack James, foreman H.B.C. wharf. [Bay.
Jackman Phil., empl. Bishop Hills.
a-d Jackson E. H., farmer, Cedar Hill.
a Jackson W., res. surgeon, Royal Hospital.
a-b Jackson  Robert Edwin,   (see  Drake A  Jackson)  res.
Jackson W. H., farmer. S. Saanich. [Richardson St.
a Jackson T. H., bootmaker, Government St-
Jackson Johu, cattle dealer, Kane St.
Jackson jr. John, empl. W. Heathorn.
Jackson Oliver, empl. J. S. Drummond.
James David, empl. C. Balls.
a Jaques George, watchmaker, Fort St.
Jaques J., machinist, Albion Lon Works.
Jarnson W., miner, Government St.
Jay & Co., nurserymen and seedmen, Yates St. j
a Jay George, (see Jay & Co.) res Cook St.
a Jefferee W. J., clothier etc., cor. Yates and Gov't Sts.
a Jeffery Richard, labourer, Gas Works.
Jeffery Robert, miner, Australian House.
Jeffery John, empl. J. S. Drummond.
Jeffery W., miner, American Hotel.
Jeffery W., mason, Quadra St.
a-b Jenkinson Robert, (see Hayward & J.) res. Vancouver St.
a Jenkinson George, grocer, Fort St.
Jenkinson W., empl; C. E. Redferh.
a Jenkinson H., gardener, Kane St.
Jenns Rev. Percival, Rector, parish of St Johns, res. Douglas
a-b Jessop John, superintendent education, Yates St.     [St.
Jewel H. furniture store, Fort St.
Jonckau Rev. J. J., principal St. Louis' College, Pandora St.
Johns Edwin, farmer,, E. road, S. Saanich.
Johns Robert, labourer, S. Saanich.
Johns W., labourer, Albion L-on Works.
a Johnson Edwin (see Robertson A Johnson) res. Quebec St.
JohnsOn Adam, farmer, Lake Dist.
Johnson Mrs., Kane St.
Johnson James, tinsmith, Australian House.
Johnson J., boiler maker, Albion Iron Works.
Johnson J., empl. S. Duck.
Johnson A. B., empl. Hay ward &■ Jenkinson.
Johnson Andrew, carpenter, Yates St.
Johnson J. B., office steward, Trounce Alley.
a-b Johnston Matthew, (see Sproat & Co.) res. Moss St.
a-b Johnston Philip T., (see Mitchell A J.,) res, Pakipgton
a Johnston James, night watchman, Meares St.       [Street:-
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Jones C. F., Driard House.
res. Meares St.
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Hibben A Co.
Jones J. T., public school teacher, Cedar Hi]
a. Jones Hugh Loyd, empl. Langley & Co.
Jones W., London Bazaar, Government St.
a Jones R., carpenter, Government St.
Jones T. C, boat builder, Government St.
Jones George, empl. Hayward A Jenkinsou.
Jones Robert, empl. Smith & Clark.
Jones W., empl. Brown A White.
•Jones James, master mariner, Alfred St,
a Jones C. S,, accountant Bank of British Colurnbie.
Jones A. W., clerk, Bank of British Columbia,
Jones Richard, labourer, Saanich road.
Jones Stephen, prop. Orleans Hotel.'
Jones Columbus, labourer, Johnson St.
Jones Richard empl. Matthew, Ricnards & Tye.
Jones John Craven, farmer, school teacner, Salt Spring Is,
Jones Wm. McNaughton, M.D., Nanaimo.
Jungerman J. L., watchmaker & jeweller, Government St,
Jungerman E.,   telegraph   agent,   and   agent   Barnard's.
.    Express, Yates^St.
Kammerer Christian W.. empl. T. N
a Kay W. H., reporter. Dougtas St.
a Keast Arthur, (see Stuart & Keast) res. Pandora St.
a Keays G. C, tinsmith and dealer in stoves, Johnson St.
Keithly Lewis, labourer Pandora St.
Keithly H.. res. St. Nicholas Hotel.
Kelly A Taylor, tinsmiths and dealers in stoves, Yates Si.
Kelly S. L., (see K. A Taylor) res. Herald St.
Kelly & Smith,' bootmakers, Yates St.
a Kelly P. A. (see K. & Smith.)
a Kelly James, farmer, res. Franklin St.
Kelly J., empl. S. Whitley.
Kennedy James P., empl. H.B.C, res. Scoresby St.
Kennedy John, Albion Saloon, Yates St.
Kennedy H. J., miner, American Hotel.
a Kent Charles, empl. Edgar Marvin, res. Yates St.
Kent W., miner, American Hotel.
Kent John, Royal Hospital.
fs Keogh H. hackman, Johnson St.
a Keohan Wm., coach painter, Douglas St.
Keohau Frederick, coach painter, Douglas St.
b Ker Robert, Dominion Auditor, res. Firneyhirst, Victoria
Keyser John, carpenter, Blanchard St. [Arm,
a King J. H., Mousquetaires Saloon, Government St.
b King C. J., milk ranch, Foul Bay road. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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King Jabez. dairyman, Belcher St.
b King Thomas, upholsterer, empl. H. Jewell.
b King H., farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
6, Kinsman J., bricklayer and builder, Saanich road.
Kirley Rev. P., R. C„ mission, Humboldt St.
b Kirkwood Thomas, farmer, Victoria Dist.
a Kirsop George, stone mason, Fort St.
Knight W., painter, R. W. Fawcett, Government St.
Knight John W., empl C. Balls.
Knight H., labourer, at Rowland's. I
Knoll Godfrey, empl S. Horsley.
Kuowles James, labourer, empl. J. Boyd,
Kofford 0., miner, Angel Hotel.
a-e Kriemler John, farmer, Esquimalt aud Lake Dist.
e Kriemler Conrad, Strawberry Vale.
Kwong Tai A Co., cigar store, Yates St.
Kwong Lee A Co., merchants, Cormorant St., aud Quesnelle-
Mouth and Barkerkille.
Kwong Sing, Sacramento Restaurant, Waddington Alley.
Labelle B., miner, Johnson St.
Lachaux Mme., French laundiy, Chatham St.
Ladner T. E., logging contractor, New West.
Lafont T., tinsmith, Pacific Tel. Hotel.
Laing Rob't, ship yard, James' Bay.
Lakin Frank, miner, Beckley Farm.
Lane & Kurtz, gold mining co., Cariboo.
Lane Mrs. Chas. C, res. Humboldt St.
Landvoigt J., merchant, Hope.
Lange Gustavus W. A., watchmaker and jeweller, Yates St.
Lajigley A Co., chemists and druggists, Yates St.
a-b Langley A. J., (see Langley A Co.) res. Fairfield Road.
Larbonne Mme., res. Pandora St.
Larkin John, miner, Johnson St.
Larman Jas., boot maker, Johnson St.
Lascelles Jars,, empl. J. W. Williams./
Lathbury Jas., labourer, Albion Iron Works,
Latreyte J., French bakery, Johnson St.
Launders J. B., engraver and draughtsman, Gov't St.   - ""*""J//
a-e Lawrence Geo. R., water carrier, View St.
a Lawson J. H., junior chief trader, H.B.C.
Lawson Chas., engineer "Isabel," Yates St.
a Lawson Robt., painter, Humboldt St.
a Lawson W. G,, painter, View St.
Lawton John, miner, Angel Hotel.
a Layton Capt. G. R., Cormorant St.
a Leach John, carpenter, Yates St.
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grower, Cadboro'  Bay
[road.
Leclaire L., empl. Colonial Hotel.
Leclaire N. A., farmer, Johnson St
Lee Wm., labourer, View St.
b Lee Thomas,  dairyman and hop
a Lee Charles, seaman, Johnson St.
-a Leech P. J., empl. H.B.C, Victoria
Lefebre Michael, miner, Brown's Hotel.
Leggatt C J., solicitor, Bastion St, res. Douglas St.
g, Leigh Wm., clerk City Council, res. James' Bay.
Leigh Ernest, res. witn W. Leigh.
Leigh Mrs., fancy store and boys' suits, Government St.
Leiser Simon, (see If. Gerke & Co.) res. Fisgard St.
Lolievre Lyndon, public teacher, Craigflower School.
Leslouis Felix, carpenter, H.B.C., res. Humboldt St.
a-b Leneveu David, seed and feed Store, Wharf St.
Lennen Ed., miner, American Hotel.
Lent George, miner, Australian House.
Leplante Mrs., washing, Yates St.
a Lester Peter, Vancouver St.
a Lester Frederick, empl. Smith A Clark.
Lester jr. Peter, empl. E. Harrison.
Levy Bros., props. Arcade Oyster Saloon. Gov't St.
a-b Levy H. E., (see Levy Bros.)
a Levy Joseph, (see Levy Bros.)
Levy Mrs. Esther, confectionery and fruit store, Gov't St.
Lewin Heiman, cigar and tobacco store, Yates St.
Lewin Marcus, empl. H. Lewin.
a-b Lewis Herbert G., master str. Otter, res. James' Bay.
a Lewis John C, labourer, Johnson St.
Lewis Lewis, clothier, Yates St.
a Lewis Pdefi&rd, architect,  Government & Broughton Sts.
Lewis J. P., farmer, S, Saanich.
Lewis W. miner, Brown's Hotel.
Liddell Mrs., nurse, Quadra St,
Liddell Robert, empl. H, Mansell.
Liggins John, empl. W. G. Bowman.
Lindsay Geo., farmer, Lake Dist.
Lindsay W., empl. G. C Gerow.
Lindsay Dan., dep. col. ,inland rev. office.
tf Lineker T. H., accountant, Discovery St.
Lineker Mrs.,- dressmaker, Fort St.
Linton J. R., baker, Pandora St.
Lipsett J., miner, Pandora St.
a Lissett J., empl., E. Harrison.
Li Tone, washing, etc., Humboldt St,
Livock W. T., junior trader, in charge H.B.C store, Esqui-
Loat Chr., empl. Hastings' Sawmill Co., Burrard In. [malt. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY..
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Lockerby Gordon, empl. H.B.C, Victoria. -
Loewen Ja.3. (see Erb & Loewen.)
Lohse W., Bank Exchange Saloon, Yates St., Chief Eng.,
Loison Xavier, miner, Johnson St. [Vic. Fire Dept.
Long & Co., T. H., props. Daily Standard, Gov't St.
a-b-e Long Thos. Holmes," (see T. II. Long & Co.) res. Bellot
a Longhurst W, prop. Belmont Saloon, Gov't St.    LStreet.
Loniax John, Yates St.
Lombard Chas. A., empl. Caire & Grancini.
b Lorimer W., empl. Muirhead & Mann.
a Lowrie Chas., empl. M. R. Smith.
Lovett Joseph, Saloon Gov't St., res. Blanchard St.
Lowe, Sthalschmidt A Co., com.merc'ts A impt, Wharf St.
a-b Lowe James, (see Lowe, Stahlschmidt & Co.,) res. Rae
Lowenberg L., land agent, Gov't St. [Street.
-Loye W. C, empl. H. Mansell.
a-b Lush W., Park Hotel.
Lucas" & Redon, props. Colonial Hotel, Gov't St.
Lucas L.. (see L. A Redon.)
Lusty F..Royal,Hospital.
Luxfbrd G., gardener, Queen's-Avenue.
Lydgate Duncan, farmer, Cross Road, S. Saanich.
« Lyne II., Colonist carrier, res. Frederick St.
a Macbeth George, ship carpenter, Erie St.
a-b Macdonald Hon. W. J., Senator, J.P., res. Gordon St.
Mackie J., carrier, Standard.
Madden J., machinist, Albion Iron Works.
b Madigan B., engineer, Rock Bay.
a Mady James, Gordon St.
a Mahood James E., C.E., Yates St.
a Mallandaine, Edward, architect, Governmrnt St.
a Malloy G., labourer, Pacific Tel. Hotel.
Maltby Richard & Thos., farmers. Highland Dist.
Mann & Co. H. T., saddlers and harness makers, Fort St.
a Mann H. T. (see H. T. M. & Co.) res. Broad St.
a Mann J. G., carpenter, res. Rae St.
Mann Thomas (see Muirhead & Mann.)
Mann George, bricklayer, Rae St.
a Mansell Henry, bootmaker, Government St.
Mansell A Holroyd, furniture store, Yates St.
a Mansell George, (see M. & Holroyd) res. View St.
Mansell W. empl. Kelly & Taylor.
a Manson John Duncan, farmer, Johnson St.
a Manuel George, private boarding house, Fort St.
Mara J. A., merchant, M.P.P., Big Bend.
Mara E. A., Driard House. 24.
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Marcore X., farmer, S. Saanich.
Marks Frederick, empl. E. Marvin.
Marsh W. P., prop! California Saloon.
Marshall F. C,~ reporter, Standard.
<i Marshall W., barkeeper, Yates St.
Martin G., empl. C Morton.
Martin J., empl. G. Steitz,
a-e Martin T., Esquimalt road.
Martin C, miner, Angel Hotel.
Matthews, Richards & Tye. ironmongers and importers of
hardware, Yates St.
a Marvin E. B., ship chandler and sail maker, Wharf St.
Marvin Edgar, iron and hardware store, Wharf St.
Marvin jr. Edgar, empl. Welch, Rifhet & Co'.
Marwick H. D., in charge H.B:C., North Dairy Farm.
Marwick J. D., labourer, View St.
Marwick J. H., empl, Robertson A Carpenter.
a Maslin Thos. W., empl. Stuart A Keast, Lion Brewery.
a Mason Geo., hotel, Fort St.
a Mason Jesse, res. Mason St.
Mason II. Slye, attorney-at-law, and dep. reg. S. C
a Matthews J. Beauchamp, M.R.C.S., Langley St.
Matthews Mrs., American Hoteh
a Matthews John D., water carrier, Quadra St.
Matthews Chas., empl. J. W. Matthews & Bro.
Matthews A Bro., boot makers, Gov't St.
Matthews J. W., (see J. W. M., & Bro.)
Matthews 0. E„ (see J. W. M., A Bro.)
Mayer & Co., Alex., merchants, Nanaimo.
Mayerau J. B., (see A. Casamayou & Co.)
a Maynard R., boot maker, Fort St.
Mayuard.Mrs., photographer, Johnson St.
a Mayuard G. H., boot maker, Fort St.
McAlister J., miner, Oriental Hotel.
McAljster J., empl. W. If. Thistle.
McBride J., gaoler, New Westminster.
McBrien E., Royal Hospital.
McCarthy J., constable, Esquimalt.
McCarthy J., brass finisher, Albion Iron Works.
McCandlish J., Victoria.
McClarty Malcolm, boot maker, Gov't St.
McCloy Owen, fes. Point Ellis.
McCounell J. W., res. Michigan St., James' Bay.
McCord C, miner, Johnson St.
McOormack J. II., empl. Moore oj Co.
MoCormack P. C, agent, Fisguard St.
a McCormaek W., empl. W. Steinberger. FIRST VICTORIA DTREOTORY.
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a McCreight J. F., barrister-at-law, M.P.P., Victoria City.
a McCloye or McPhaye, C. J., Johnson St.        :*A'4
McCulley Mrs., Fort St.
•a McCulloch T. H., general store, Store St.
McCulloch W., pilot, Michigan St., James' Bay.
McDonald Alex., miner, Orleans Hotel.
McDonald D., miner, Angel Hotel.
McDonald Mrs., American Hotel.
McDonald J. A., empl. R. Borthwick.
McDonald J , empl. A, Gilmore.
McDonald John. empl. Smith A Clark.
n McDonald J. N., ship carpenter, Herald St.
McDonald Mrs. J., res. Fort St.
McDonald James, carpenter, adj. Michigan St,, Jame9' Bay.
McDonald J,, miner, Australian Hbuse.
McDonald Thomas, empl. W. G. Bowman.
<a McDonnell R, J"., private boarding house,
a McDonnell A. J., tailor, Government St.
a McDowell John, carpenter, Pandora St.
a McDowell Joseph, teamster, Yates St.
•« McDowell W., teamster, Menzies St.
McDowell W.j empl. Colonist office.
MeDowell M., empl., Standard office.
McFarlane P., Royal Hospital.
McFarlane J., empl. G. Stelly.
McGee Mrs., Pandora St.
McGill E., miner, American Hotel.
McGrath W., miner,.Pacific Telegraph Hotel.
McGregor Rev. S-, Presbyterian mission, Douglas St
<a McHugh H., farmer, S. Saanich and Fisgard St.
M$Hughjr. IL, farmer, S. Saanich and Fisgard St.
McHugh Wm., with H. McHugh.
Mclmrie Peter, and Mcllraoyl James, farmers, N. Saanich.
■a Mcintosh James, -master mariner, Fort St.
Broughton St,
Mcintosh Mrs., dressmaker Fort St.
a-b-e McKenzie Kenneth, farmer and Navy contractor, Lake
Hill farm and -Craigflower.
McKenzie jr. Kenneth, clerk in Navy Yard, Esquimalt.
•a McKenzie Colin Campbell, M. A., principal public school
McKenzie D., farmer, Parsons' Bridge. [Victoria.
McKenzie George, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
McKenzie Ferdinand, H.B.C, McLeod's Lake.
McKenzie B. W., empl. Sproat A Co, ensign No. 2 Co.,
British Columbia Militia.
McKenzie A. C, empl. Lowe, Stalschsmidt & Co.
McKenzie R. G., empl. Lowe, Stalschsmidt <fc Co,
Mclnnes Malcolm, empl. Smith A Clark. *3fl.
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b McKay, J. W., chief factor, H.B.C, Victoria.
t. McKay Donald, empl. II. B. C, Victoria.
McKay Mrs. J. G., res. Rae ||
a McKay Hugh, master mariner, Victoria.
a-b McKay W., plasterer, Farqulw St.
McKeon W, prop. Oriental Hotel, Yates St.
McKillican W, empl.-Hayward A Jenkinson.
McKinlay J., empl. Dickson, Campbell & Co.
b McKinnon J., pilot, Princes St., Saanich Road.
. a McLean John, empl. C Balls.'
. McLean A., miner, Courtenay St.
a-b McLean & Co., Alex., clothiers & impts.? Scotch House,
McLease W., miner, Brown's Hotel. [Fort St.
- a McLennan J., New Westminster.
a McMicking R. H., Insp. W. U. Tel., B. C, res. Yale.
a McMillan Jas. E., editor Daily Standard, res. Cormorant
McMillan R., with J. McMillan. [Street.
McMillan Jesse, farmer, S. Saanich, E. Road.
a-b McNeil Capt. W. H., master str. "Enterprise," res. Foul
McNeil H„ Foal Bay Road. [Bay Road.
a-b McNiffe W., Grotto Saloon, Gov't St.
McPheil Donald, miner, Angel Hotel.
MacPheil Allen, police constable, the Barracks.
McTaggart W., machinist, Albion Iron Works.
McTavish Mrs., Park St., James' Bay.
a McTeigh John, draymau, Discovery St.
a-b McTiernan P., general store, Store St.
McTiernan R.H., empl. H.B.C, Victoria.
McQuade & Co., P., ship chandlers, Wharf St.
McQuade Peter, (see P. McQ. & Cc.) res. Humboldt St.
McQuade Edward, (see P. McQ. A Co.) res. Humboldt St.
McQuade M., miner, Angel Hotel.
McWha W., stable keeper, Lytton,
Meagher John, res. St. Nicholas Hotel.
Mebins Chas. E., cooper, Wharf St. •
Medaiia Mrs., res. Simcoe St., James' St.
Medana P., empl. Colonist office.
Mee Hung, washing, Fort St.
Mee Sing, washing, Trounce Alley.
Mee Wah, washing, Yates St.
Meeson J. C, farmer, J.P., Victoria.
Meiss A., hand cart, Johnson St.
ae Meldrum J. II., ship carpenter, Herald St.
Mellor F., empl. R. Roberts.
Melmer J. P., barber, Johnson St.
b Melrose Robt., labourer, Craigflower.
a Menagh Geo., farrrier, E. Road, N. Saanich. Men diem F , miner, Globe Hotel.
Merriman Mrs., farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
Metcalfe E,, empl. F. Reynolds.
Meyer J. E., hair dresser and wig maker, Yates St.
Middleton Robt., compositor, Standard office.
a Milby Nathaniel, res. cor. Blanchard and Rae Sts.   -
Miles Thos., empl. F. Reynolds.
Miles Mrs. Elizabeth, private school. Fort St.
Millard Chas. T., mer. and impt,, Wharf St.
Mills Geo., miner, American Hotel.-
Mills Thos., carpenter, empl. R. Lewis.
Miller Mrs. Annie, Johnson St.
Miller F., tailor, Angel Hotel.
Miller Lawrence, miller, Chatham St.
Millington W., farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Milne John D., empl. J. Boyd.
Ming Guy, Dr., Fisgard St.
Mitchell   &   Johnston,   nurserv and seedsmen,  Occidental
a-b Mitchell IL (see M. & Johnston,) res. Cad. BayR. [Build,
Mitchell Thos., farmer, S. Saanich.
a Mitchell W., master mariner, res. Fort St.
a Mitchell Thos. R., painter, City Councillor, Broad St.
Mitchell Chas., Angel Hotel.
Moffatt Hamilton, chief trader, H.B.C, Meares St.
a Mohun E., C.E. and surveyor, Gov't St.
Monk J. C, Michigan St., James' Bay.
.Monterey Mrs., Fort St.
Montoluo L., general, store, Store St.
Moody, Deitz'& Nelson, lumber mills, Burrard Inlet.
Moody Joshua, lumber yard, Store St.
Moody S. P., with J. Moody, res. Pandora St.
Moody T. Gage, with J. Moody, res. Pandora St.
Moore James, chemist and druggist, Victoria.
Moore & Co., drug store, Yates St.
Moore William, mariner, Fort St. and Stickeen River.
Moore J. W., with W. Moore. I
Moore David, res. Pandora St.
Moore the Misses, private school, Pandora St.
| a Mordaunt A. E., Store St.
Morgan Mrs., Rae St.
Morell Leon, carpenter, McClure St.
- Morley John, J.P., Cowichan.
Morley Christ., (see Greenwood A Morley.)
a Morley Frederick W., empl. S. Nesbitt.
a-e Morison Geo,, drug store, Occidental Buildings.
Morison Fred., empl. R. Brodrick & Co.
Morison David, labourer, adjoin. Chatham St. 28.
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Morison John, carpenter, Chatham St.
Morison Neil, ship carpenter, Store St.
Morrow Robt., empl. Kelly & Taylor.
a Morton C, prop. Angel Hotel, City Councillor.
Moss Charles, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
a-b-e Moss Charles, steward, res. Fort St.
a Moss James, gardener. Broad St.
Moss Mrs., dressmaker, Broad St.
Mouatt Mrs., res. Dallas Road, James' Bay.
Muir John, farmer. Woodside, Sooke.
Muir jr. John, saw milt Sooke.
Muir Michael, saw mill, Sooke.
Muirhead A Mann, contractors, Yates St.
a Muirhead James, (see M. & Mann) res. Fisgard St.
a-b Munro Alex., accountant H.B.C., res. James-' Bay..
Munro jr. Alex., jun~ clerk Bank B. N. A.
Munro Malcolm, contractor, Yates St.
a Muldoon W., empl. W. Beck.
M'»M Isacc, farmer, Happy Valley, MetchosiB1.
a Mulholland F., Fort St.
Mulholland Mrs., dressmaker, Fort St.
Munger W. R., engineer, Albion Iron Works.
a Murray John, fireman, .str. Isabel.
a Murray James C, pressman,. Colonist office-
Murray John H., Government printing office.
a Murphy P. restaurant Johnson St.
Murphy Patrick, cooper, Kane St.
Murphy T. G., tailor, Theatre Building.:
Napier Arehibald, empl. H.B.C.
Nagle J.. J., shipping agent, Bastion St.
Nagle E., empl. Findlay, Durham & Brodie,
Navarette M., empl. J. Stafford.
«Neil Henry, fireman, str. Enterprise,
Neil W.,. miner, Angel Hotel.
Nellis W., miner, Pembroke St.
Nelson Uriah, res. N. Park St.
Nelson S. M., ifes. Frederick St
Kelson Mrs., Chatham St.
Nelson Chas., Cook St.
Nelson John, Royal Hospital.
a-b e Nesbitt Samuel, cracker bakery, Yates St.
a Newbury W., saddle and harness maker. Gov't St
a Newell Robt., drayman Wharf St.
Newell A., carpenter, Yates St.
a Newton W. H., farmer and stock grower, Mouth of Fraser.
Newton E. H., labourer, Johnson St. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
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Newton E., baker, Craigflower.
a Nichol Win,, Union Saloon, Johnson St.
Nicholas Geo., fruit aud fish store, Johnson St.
Nicholles Mrs., res. Fort St.
Nicholles J., teleg. operator res. Fort St.
Nichols W., Alhambra Saloon, Gov't St. (see Richards F. G.)
Nicholson John res. Saanich Road.
6 Nicholson jr. John, road contractor, Saanich Road.
b Nicholson Joseph, farmer, Saanich Road.
b Nicholson Geo., farmer, Saanich Koad.
Normansell J., convict guard, the Barracks.
b Norn S., farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
Norris & Wylly, agents and average adjusters, Gov't St.
a-e Norris J. Gustavus, (seeN. & Wylly) res. Fort St.
Norris G. M., accountant, Bank B. N. A.
a Norris W. G., variety store, Johnson St
a Norris Geo., printer, Colonist office.
a Norris Fred., trunk and harness maker, Gov't St.
a Nuttall T.   C,  land agent,  agent for Phoenix Ins. Co.,
Government St.
a O'Donnell T., farmer, S. Saanich.
a-b Ogilvy D. A. N., Point Ellis.
On Hing, clothing store, Johnson St.
Oppenheimer Bros., merchants, Yale.
Oppenheimer Godfrey,-merchant, res. Fisgard St.
Or ton H. P., miner, Angel Hotel.
a Otto Ckarles, bookbinder, empl. R. T. Williams.
a Otto George, hair-dresser, Johnson St.
Otto John, farmer, N. Saanich.
Ousterhardi Peter, iron and crockery store, Johnson St.
a Owen H., water carrier, the Water Works.
Owens Thos. Stevedore, Chatham St.
Owens W., (see J. Parker A Co,)
Own Shin, washing etc., Humboldt St.
Owston R. H., messenger, Provincial Parliament.
a-e Pagden Frank, (see Plummer A Pagden,)   res. Fisgard
a Pagden Charles, Victoria. [Street.
a Palmer Digby, prof, of music, Fort St.
Palmer W., shoemaker, Blanchard St.
a-e Pamphlet Thos., pilot,-Montreal St., James' Bay.
Papillon J., farmer, S. Saanich.
a Pardee C. J., empl. H. Short.
Parfitt Nath,, cook, Royal Hospital.
Park Joseph, barrister-at-law, Barkerville.
Parker John, res. Royal Hotel, Wharf St. 30j
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Parker John, res. Victoria Hotel.
Parker <fc Co., John, butchers, etc., Gov't St.
Parker Jos., St. Nicholas Hotel.
a-e Parker jr., Jb]7n, (see J. Parker & Co.,) res. Johuson St.
Parker Thos., empl. J. Parker, Metchosin.
Parsons J,, miner, Pandora St.
Parmiter T. IL, Craigflower Road.
a Partridge T. J., asst. clerk and mess., Council Chambers,
Partridge R., empl. A. C Couves.
Partridge John F., empl. Turner, Beeton A Tunstall.
Partridge Samuel, empl. W. Newbury.
Partridge Francis, empl. Colonist office.
Passerard Honore, carpenter, Johnson St.
a Patterson W. D., surveyor and C E., Gov't St.
Pattison W., empl. H. Mansell.
Paul Miss, res. Fort St.
a Payne Fred., barber, etc., Johnson St.
Pearce G., miner, Brown's Hotel.
Pearkes Mrs. J., res. Johuson St.
Pearkes Edw., empl. R. T. Williams.
e Pears Geo., farmer, Metchosin.
e Pears W. E., farmer, Metchosin.
a-b Pearse B. W., Engineer Dom. Pub. Works, res. Cadboro'
Pearse John, farmer, E. Road, N. Saanich. [Bay Road.
Pearson &Bro. E , tinsmiths & hardware merc'ts, Barkerville.
Peatt Arthur, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Peele Adolphus, chemist and druggist, New West.
Pelletier John P., prop. Globe Hotel, Fort St.
Pemberthy John, farmer, Augel Hotel.
a-b Pemberton Aug. F., Couuty C Justice, res. Foul Bay
P«ndor S. M., labourer, Humboldt St. [Road.
Penman F„ steward, Driard House.
Penny Daniel, labourer, Park St.
Petchzler Geo. A., cooper, Johnson -St.
Petchzler Mrs., fruit and grocery store, Johnson St.
Petibeau Mme., Fairfield Academy, Fort St.
Petit Jacques, locksmith, etc., Johnson St,
Petri D., carpenter, Pacific Tel. Hotel,
Petri Mrs., dressmaker, Blanchard St.
Piluger Henry, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
a Phelps Edw. A-, pressman, Standard office.
a-b Phillips Alex., syrup and soda water mauufct., Yates St,
a Phillips Chas. J., prop. Terminus Saloon, Johnson St.
Phillips Rich,, store keeper, Esquimalt.
Phillips Ch., empl. J. Rhode.
a Pbypers Thos.; empl. Stafford & Goodacre.
Piaggio G., grocer, Store St. FIRST VfOTORlA  DIRECTORY
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Picht E., wine and spirit merch.,New Westminster.
Pierre Thos. Whitney, tailor, etc., Yates St.
Pierce W., upholsterer, Johnson St.
Pike Caleb, farmer, Highland Dist.
a Pimbury Edwin, empl. Langley A Co.
Pimbury A., farmer, Shawnigan.
Pimbury E., farmer, Shawnigan.
Pindcr W. J., C P. R. Survey.
: Piuder A. G. J,, priv. sec. to His Hon. the Lieut.-Governor.
Piper Mrs. Kane St.
a Pitts Sidney J., (see Baynes A Pitts,) res. Yates St.
Pitts Phillip, labourer, Discovery St.
' Plaskitt Mrs., res. Collinson St.
PlUmmer A Pagden, auctioneers and valuers, Wharf St.
a-b Plummer Robt., (see P. & Pagden,) res. Superior Street,
Piatt Geo., cooper, Wharf St. [James' Bay.
Poesterer R., empl. G. Piatt.
a Pointer Nathan, clothier, Johnson St.
Poirrier J. B., farmer, Sooke.
a-b-e Pollock Ch,, farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
Pollock Jas., empl. A. Gilmore.
Pool H., farmer, S. Saanich.
Pooley C. E., Regis. Sup. Court, Capt. No. 2 Co. Militia,
a-b Porter Arthur, brickmaker, Saanich Road.   [Esq. Road.
a Porter Jas., brickmaker, Saanich Road,
Porter J., empl. J. W. Williams.
Porter John, miner, Brown's Hotel.
Porter Robert, farmer, Lake Dist,
Porter James, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
a-b Pottinger W., empl. Mrs. Work, Hillside Farm.
a-b Pottinger Geo., pub. sch. tea., Lake Dist., res. Superior
Pottinger J., (see Rose A Pottinger,) res. James' Bay.    [St.
Pottinger W., empl. C Bossi.
a-b-e Powell I.  W., Lieut.  Col., and Supt. Indian Affairs,
Powell Walter, cashier, bank B. 0. [Yates St.
a Powers Robt, res. New Westminster
a Powers Ephraim, carpenter, Kane St,
a Powers David, labourer, Gov't St.
a Prevost 0. J., dep. Sheriff, the Barracks.
a Price Thos, tailor, Gov't St.
a Priest T., engineer to Water Works Co., Spring Ridge.
Pritchard Thos., res. Meares St.
Prothero W., cabinet maker, Fort St.
Prowse R., steward, Royal Hospital.
Quagliotti A Romano, outfitters etc., Johnson St.
Quagliotti John, (see Q. A Romano) res. Johnson St 32.
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Quittenden Henry, labourer, empl. G. Stelly.
Quintel T., res. Oriental Hotel.
Quong Chung Kee, lodging house and rest, Gov't St.
Ramsey J... pilot, Johnson St.
« Randall Robt., labourer, Yates St
Randall Geo., empl. Erb & Loewen.
Randolph John, Kane St.
a-b-e Raymur J. A.,  manager Hastings saw mills, agent for
Dickson, Campbell & Co.
Raymur James J., empl. Findlay, Durham & Brodie.
•a Read John M., bootmaker, Johnson St.
a Reay W. & C H., farmers, N. Saanich.
a Redfern C. E,, watchmaker & jeweller, Gov't St.
Redon J. L., (see Lucas A Redon) Colonial Hotel.
-Reader Robt, miner, Globe Hotel.
Reid J., terminus store, agent Barnard's express, Quesnelle.
<t-b-e Reid W., prop. White Horse Hotel, Humboldt St
•a Reid W., second steward str. Enterprise.
Reid W., farmer, North Saanich.
Reid D, B., farmer, N. Saanich.
Renneke H., miner, Brown's Hotel.
a-b Reynolds F., butcher and Navy cont'r Yates & Johnson
Reynolds Mrs., Kane St. [Streets,
Reynolds W. G., clerk in Post Office.
Reynolds R., labourer, Yates St.
„« Reynolds Matthew, contractor, Johnson St.
Rhode J., baker & grocer, Store St.
a Rhodes H., com. mer. and imp., Store St., res. Blanchard
Rhodes Godfrey, empl. A B. Gray & Co. [Street.
Richards F. G., prop.  Alhambra Saloon, (see Nichols W.)
Richards jr. Frank, clerk in Land Office.
Richards Mrs., boarding house Kane St
Richards Matthew, miner, Kane St.
a-b Richards Fortune, Topaze Avenue, Saanich-Road.
a-b Richardson Geo., Victoria Hotel, Government St.
a Richardson Henry, labourer, Park St.
Rickman A,, wholesale and retail grocer, Gov't St.
Ridley R., empl. E. B. Marvin.
Ritchie A. B., teller, Bank B. N, A.
«-6Rithet R. Patterson X^-e Welch, Rithet A  Co.)  res.
Humboldt St.
Roberts W., salesman, Belmont Boot A Shoe Co., Gov't St
a Roberts R., tailor, Government St,
Robertson & Johnson, barristers, notaries public, Langly St.
« Robertson A.   Rocke, (see R. A JohnBon) barrister at law,
M.P.P. for Esquimalt. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY
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Robertson A  Carpenter, blacksmiths and waggon maters,
Government St.
a-b Robertson  W. A.,  (see R. &  Carpenter)  M.P.P,, res.
Douglas St.
a Robertson W., (see W. Dalby & Co.) res. Pandora St.
Robinson Peter, labourer, Discovery St.
Robinson Mrs., res. Herald St.
a Robinson Geo., gardener, Putnam St.
Robinson Victor E., compositor, Standard office.
a-b Robinson J. D., Water Commissioner, Council Chambs.
a Robinson W. C,  agent and collector, cor. Government
and Bastion Sts.
Robinson O., miner, Brown's Hotel.
Robinson Chas., empl. J. Heywood.
a Robson  John, editor   Colonist, M.P.P., res.  Pandora St.
a Robson J., artist, Fort St.
Rogers W., empl. HJEf.C, Esquimalt
Rogers Andrew, miner, Yates St.
Rogers John, machinist Albion Iron Works.
Rolls Mrs., cook, Fort Street.
Romano Lorenzo B., (see Quagliotti & R.) Johnson St.
Rondault Rev. P., R.C Mission, Cowichan.
a-b-e Roscoe Frank, (see Fellows & Roscoe,) Commons Rep.,
Vict. Dist., Capt. No. 1 Co., Militia, res. Foul Bay Rd.
Rose & Pottinger, job printers, Fort St.
a Rose Alex., (see Rose A Pottinger,) Fort Street.
Ross Mrs. Genevieve, res. Foul Bay Road.
b Ross Alex., labourer, res. Foul Bay Road.
Ross John, empl. R. Carr.
Rossman E.. J., farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Rothwell W, merchant, Esquimalt.
Rourke Mich.., drayman, Johnson St.
Rowe Jos., labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Rowan Mrs., Rae St.
Rowbotham Mrs., Vancouver St.
Rowbotham A. J., empl. J. Gosnell.
a-b Rowland Matthias, farmer, Burnside Road.
Rudlin Ge©., schr. "Black Diamond," res. Spring
"Rudolph H., watchmaker and jeweller, Gov't St.
Rueff & Co., Jules, com. merchs. and impts., Wharf St.
a-e Russell John, res. Esquimalt Road.
a Russell J. J., hack owner, Yates St.
a-b Russell Thos., City Assessor A Collector, Coun. Cham.
Russell J. W., saw filer, Wharf St.
Rutherford Archibald, carpenter, Superior St.
Ryan E., gardener, Humboldt St.
Ryan Thos,, Royal Hospital.
Ridge. 34.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORS.
Sabiston John, harbour pilot, Nanaimo.
Sabiston J., Identical Hotel, Nanaimo. .
Salmon E. J., empl. E. A J. Levy.
Salmon Maurice, empl. Andrew Astrico.
Sam Chung, washing, etc., Blanchard St.
Sam Kee, tailor, Yates St
Sam Lee, boot and shoe maker, Yates St.
Sampson Henry, Constable, Salt Spring Island.
Sampson Wm., miner, Angel Hotel.
Sampson Alex., drayman, Wharf St
a Sandover Stephen, res. Pandora St
a Sargison Geo. A., acct. Barnard's Ex., res. Foul Bay Road.
Saul William, M.P.P., Lillooet, Douglas St.
a-e Saunders H., grocer and prov. deal., Johnson St.
a Saunders Frank, "The Hall," Fort St
a Savage R. W., carman, Johnson St.
Savage W., carpenter, Pioneer St.
Sayers Mrs., res. Quadra St.
, Sayward W. Parsons, lumber yard, Humboldt St., res. Col-
Scanlan Tim., steward H.M.S. Boxer, Esquimalt.  [linson St.
Scarf Geo., boatman, Kane St.
■Schaffer C, prof, of music, Kane St.
Scharooh F., clerk, Driard House.
Schooldice Jas., empl. M. MeClarty.
Sehultz Hermann, bootmaker, Gov't St.
Scott J. H., steward, str. "Maude."
Scott W,, sailor, Princes St.
Scott P., res. Princes St
Scott W., carpenter, Pioneer St.
Scott Conway, draughtsman, Land office.
Scott Lewis, farmer, Metchosin.
Scully W., painter, Moss St.
b Sea Samuel, ship carpenter, Princes Avenue.
b Seabrook Roads., empl. R. Brodrick & Co.
S.,
aSeeley W.  0
Sedgmore Jos
Seghers Right Rev
prop.
&—^ -yD., carpenter,-Cook St.
Australian House, James' Bay
[Bridge.
C, R.C. Mission, Humboldt St.
Sehl Jacob, furniture dealer, Gov't St
SdhI Frank, Teutonia Saloon, Gov't St.
Selmina Mrs., res. Yates St.
Selleck W., Globe Inn, Esquimalt.
Semlin C A., M.P.P., Yale Dist, Bonaparte Riv
Semple Robert, machinist, Albion Lon Works.
Seres J. B., Richmond Hotel, Victoria Dist
Seydell A., miner, American Hotel.
Seymour G. T., furniture dealer, Broad St.
Shade David, carpenter, Fort St.
er. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTOIW.
a-b Shakespeare Noah,- photographer, Gov't St.
Shakespeare T., empl. E. W. Boake.
Shang Yea, wood dealer, Johnson St.
a Sharp C N., carpenter, Pandora St.
Shaw Alex., labourer, Saanich Road.
Shea E., miner, American Hotel.
"Shears Walter, empl. Turner, Beeton and'Tunstalk
Sherman Benj.,.carpenter, Pacific Tel. Hotel.
Shepherd H., miner, Blanchard St.
Shields Jos., watchman, str. "Enterprise."
a Short Henry, gun artel locksmith, Gov't St.
a Shotbolt T., dispensing chemist, Johnson St
Siebert G., miner, Globe Hotel.
Siftken W. C, (see T. Allsop A Co.) res. James' Bay,
Silvia John, fruit and vegetable store, Johnson St.
Siinpson H. J., empl. H.B.C
b Simms Walter, labourer, Yates St
Simpson Jonathan, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Simpson Elijah. W., empl. G. Stelly, Johnson St.
a Simpson A lex., tailor, Cadboro' Bay Road.
a Simpson Donald, empl. A. Gilmore.
Simpson IL, farmer, E. Road, S. Saanich.
a Simpson Geo., carpenter, Herald St.
■a Simpson H., res. Kane St.
Simpson Geo., farmer, Dallas Road, James' Bay.
Simpson Capt H., res. Lake Dist
b Sinclair John, farmer, Cadboro' Bay Road.
Sinclair J., empl. A. B. Gray.
. Parsons' Bridge IIoteL
Singleton Mark,
Sitzer C, miner, American Hotel.
Sing Yuen, washing, etc., Fort St.
Skinner T. J., farmer, Comiaken.
b Skitch Thos., farmer, S. Saanich.
<t Sleightholme W., carpenter, Chatham St.
Sloman Mrs., Phcenix Saloon, Yates St.
Smallbones- C^ prop. Royal Oak Tavern, Lake Dist.
Smallbones jr. C, empl. J. Winger.
Smethurst W., labourer, Saanich Road.
a Smith C. McKeavers, (see T. H. Long & Co.) Gov't St
Smith Moses Roe, baker, Fort St.
Smith John, (see Kelly A Smith,) Yates St.
Smith Philip, empl. Rose <to Pottinger.
Smith J. empl. Smith & Clark.
b Smith John, prop. St. James Hotel.
Smith W, E., res. Oriental Hotel.
Smith R. E., res. Oriental Hotel.
Smith J. McB., empl. C Strouss A Co. 36.
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Smith IL, empl. W. G. Bowman.
Smith Chas. Fred., sausage maker.
Smith Mrs. L., dressmaker, Douglas St.
Smith Mrs. Philip, Yates St.
Smith Mrs., res. Meares St,
Smith Mrs., toy store, Fort St.
Smith Geo., labourer, Saanich Road.
Smith &-Clark, contractors and builders, Langley St
Smith A. J,, (see Smith & Clark,) res. Superior St.
Smith W., cor. of Cook and Discovery Sts.
a Smith G, E,, prop. King's Head Saloon.
b Smith Edwin, res. James' Bay.
Smith L., miner, American Hotel.
6 Smith J. Staple, hop grower, Fairfield.
b Smith H,, milk ranch, Fairfield.
a Smith Thos., bootmaker, Fort St.
Smith W., farmer, Craigflower.
6 Smith W., farmer, Swan Lake..
Smith Rob't, com. mer., M.P.P., Yale Dist, Lytton.
a-b Smith John, Oakland Hotel, Vict. Dist.
a Smith W., (see Smith A Walther,) Fort St
Smith A Walther, props. Bavaria Brewery, Fort St.
Smithe W.,< M.P.P., Cowichan.
Smyth W., res. Belmont.
Snider W^, farmer, Lake Dist.
Snow H., dairyman, Michigan St., James' Bay.
Soar H., empl. H. T. Mann A Co.
Sofreiner Geo., empl. W. P. Marsh.
Somers Moses, miner, Pembroke St.
a Soulay C J., general store, Store St.
Sparrow C, miner, Brown's Hotel.
Spaulding W. R., Stip. Magist, Nanaimo.
Speed Thos., labourer, Saanich Road.
a Spelde John, sexton Christ Church Cathedral, Qua'dra St.
a Spence W., tailor, empl, A. Gilmore.
Spence F,, pork merchant, Johnson St
a Spencer David, (see Denny & Spencer,) res. Menzies St.
Spencer S. A., Theatre Photo. Gallery, Gov't St.
Spotts Fielding, farmer, S. Saanich.
Spratt Joseph, prop. Albion Iron Works, res. Blanchard St,
Spright Nath., Royal Hospital.
a-a Spring W., mast, mar., empl. H.B.C.
Sproat A Co., com. merehs;, and impts., Wharf St.
Stadleman J., empl. J. Sehl.
Stafford & Goodacre, butchers, Government St.
a Stafford John, (see S. A Goodacre)" res. Pandora St
a Stannard John S., empl. Turner, Beeton & Tunstall. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
37.
ab Stalhschmidt Thos. Lett, (see Lowe, S. & Co.) res. near
Cary Castle.
Staples Matth. G., assayer, Bank B.N.A.
Starks Lewis, farmer, Salt Spring Island.
Starr Captain L., Dallas Road, James' Bay,
Starr Philip, miner, Government St.
a Steel W., engineer, View St.
Steel F., miner, Angel Hotel.
a Steele Peter, liquor saloon, Bastion St.
Steele A., miner, Globe Hotel.
Steele H: N., miner, American Hotel.
Steinberger W., distiller, Yates St.
Stelly George, contractor, wood-dealer, Johnson St.
Stemmler Lewis, empl. J. Weiler.
Stephen D., engineer str. Otter, res. Johnson St.
a-e Stephens Edward, C.E. and surveyor, Craigflower Road.
Stephens W., empl. W. J.Jeffree.
Steitz Bros., bakery and coffee saloon, Yates St.
Steitz Geo., (see Steitz Bros.,) Yates St.
Steitz Fred., (see Steitz Bros.,) Yates St.
a Stevens G., carpenter, empl. Hayward & Jenkinson,
Stevens John, farmer, Lake Dist.
Stevens James, res Alfred St.
Stevens John, labourer, Pembroke St.
a Stevens S. H., draymen, Discovery St.
a Stewart John, gas-fitter, Yates St.
Stewart James, miner, View St.
Stewart H., empl. Hayward A Jenkinson.
Stewart D^ empl. G. C Gerow
Stewart Alex., ship carpenter, Pacific Telegraph Hotel.
Stewart Alex., carpenter, Fort St.
Stewart J., store, res. Rae St.
Stewart James, farmer, Esquimalt Dist.
Stewart John, with J. Stewart
Stewart W., constable, Nanaimo.
a Stockand, J., carpenter, Yates St.
Stockand jr. J., empl C J. King.
Stockham F. labourer, Yates St.
Stockham J., carpenter, Langley St.
a Stokes R., fly-man, Kane St.
a Stone M. J., porter, empK H.B.C.
a-b Storey T. E. C, carpenter and contractor, Gov't St.
a Stott, A.., carpenter, Wilcox St.
a Strachan J., Ship Inn, Wharf St.
Strachan A. D., carpenter, View St.
a Strong A., contractor, and scavenger, Discovery St.
Strouss & Co , comm. merchants and imp., Wharf'St. 38.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Stuart A Keast, brewers, Wharf St. and Lion Brewery.
d-b Stuart G. J., (see S. A Keast) res. Rae St.
a Styles J. Thomas, bricklayer, Amelia St.
Sullivan J. H,, Super, of Police, the Barracks.
Sullivan J., labourer, Collinson St
a Sullivan Humphrey D., empl. H.B.C.
Sullivan J., stone cutter, Fort St.
Suter J. K, prop,  and  editor Mainland Guardian, N. W,
Sutro & Co., G., cigar and tobacco dealers, Yates St.
Sutro Em.il, (see G. Sutro A Co.) res. Pandora St.
a-b-e Switzer John, manager Belmont Boot and Shoe Co.
Sylvester Frank, empl. J. P. Davies & Co.
Symon Anthony, miner, Discovery St.
Tai Soong & Co., merchs., Cormorant St, and Barkerville.
Tait John, chief trader, H.B.C, Kamloops,
Tait V. B., clerk in Post Office, New Westminster.
Tapson W., carpenter, Store St.
a-b-e Taylor J. G., City Councillor, Quadra St.
a b Taylor Charles, (see Kelly & Taylor) res. Bayley St.
a Taylor John L., Eagle Rest and Eagle Saloon, Johnson St
Taylor Crispen, empl. J. Heywood.
b Taylor Charles, Lion Brewry Tap, Spring Ridge.
a Taylor T„ labourer, Fort St.
Taylor R. C,'miner, American Hotel.
Taylor T. W., Mechanics' Arms, View and Douglas Sts.
a Teague John, carpenter, Yates St., res. Discovery St.
a Thain John M, master mariner, Fisgard St. "
6 Thain James Nealon, merchant, Cadboro' Bay Road,
Thain Robert, (see. G. Blass A Co.) Government St.
Thain Henry, res. Government St.
Thain Murray, mariner, Burrard Inlet.
Theakston Arthur, Stickeen River..
a Theobald Thos,, empl, John Graham.
a Thistle W. H., prop. San Francisco Saloon, Gov't St.
a Thistleton James, empl. Chief Justice Begbie.
Thistleton Mrs. E., dressmaker, Government St.
a Thomas Geo., farmer, S. Saanich.
Thompson R. B., dental surgeon, Langley St.
Thompson C. W. Ringler, sec'y. Victoria Gas Works.
Thompson Mrs. C. J., nurse, Johnson St.
Thompson J. Spencer, M.P. Dominion, for"Cariboo.
Thompson H., farmer,.S. Saanich.
a Thomson George, baker, Fort St.
a Thorne Cornelius, empl. H.B.C, Victoria.
ThornhillTt, labourer, James' Bay.
Thornhill G., emol. H. Waller. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY,
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Thrope Jonas, farmer, Lake Dist.
a Tiedemann H. Otto, C.E., Menzies St., James's Bay.
a Tiernay W., teamster and contractor, Mason St.
Tinson W., teamster, Wharf St
a Tippins W., carpenter, Chatham St.
Tirrell John, labourer, Saanich Road.
■ Tisset Pierre, farmer, Johnson St.
b Tod John, farmer, Cadboro' Bay Road.
b Tod James, farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
Todd Robert L., empl. Burns & Edwards.
Todd Mrs. C S., B. C Orphanage, Frederick St.
Todd J. H., dealer in dry goods and imp., Yates St.
Todd C F., empl. J. H. Todd..
b Todd Chas., carpenter, Victoria.
Toleson Bros, tailors and cleaners, Fort St.
Toleson W, B., (see Toleson Baos.)
a Toleson S. B., (see Toleson Bros.)
a-b-e Tolmie W. Fraser,. farmer, M.P.P., Victoria District,
Cloverdale- Farm.
Tolmie W., with W. F. Tolmie, Vict.
Tolmie H., jun. clerk H.B.C.
Tomlinson Rev. R., Episcopal Mission, Naas. -
Tompkins Gilbert, empl. Robertson A Carpenter.
Tong Hop A Lung Ching, butchers etc., Cormorant St,
a Toogood H., teamster, Wharf St.
Towner & Bunster, farmers, N. Saanich.
Towner W., (see T. A Bunster.)
a Townsend Alfred Allatt, prop. British Col. Hotel Fort St
a Townsend W, B., poulterer etc., Fort St.
Toy Wha, washing etc., Yates St.
Trapp T. J., empl. A. B. Gray.
Tranfield George, Royal Hospital.
.Trehart A Hemenover, props. St Nicholas Hotel, Gov't St.
Trehart C. H., (see T. & Hemenover) res. View St.
Trevor Victor, res. St. Nicholas Hotel.
a Trimble James M.D., M.P.P., Speaker  Provincial Parliament, res. Broad St.
a-b-e Trounce T., cont A builder, Kane St. and James Bay.
Truran E., supt. convicts; the Barracks.
Trutch Hon. Jos. William, Lieut-Governor of British Col.,
Truteh John, res. Gordon St. [res. Cary Castle,
Tuckfield F. L., agent, Johnson St.
Tugwell T., farmer, Sooke Dist.
Tunstall J. H., empl. Turner, Beeton & Tunstall.
Turgoose W,, farmer, S. Saanich.
Turner, Beeton A Tunstall,  importers and wholesale and
retail dealers in dry goods, Wharf and Gov't Sts. 40.
FIRST VICTORIA.DIRECTORY.
a-b Turner J. Herbert, (see T., Beeton & Tunstall) res. Point
Turner R., labourer, Chatham St. [Ellis.
Turner Arch'., empl. H. Mansell.
Turner Fred., farmer, Lake Dist.
a-b-e Tuzo H. Atkinson, manager Bank B.N.A., res. Foul
Bay Road.
Tye T. IL, (see Matthew, Richards & Tyc.)
Tye Louie, empl. Colonial Hotel.
Tye Chung Yuen, grocer, Cormorant St.
Tye Chung & Lung, butchers etc., Cormorant St.
Tyler Wm., farmer, Highland Dist.
a Hre James, carpenter, Alfred and Putnam Sts..
Valdes Geo,, labourer, Discovery St.
a Vaughan John, butcher, New Westminster.
Veitch Wm., empl. S. Duck.
a Venner, F., empl. J. P. Burgess.
Verdrier Alphonse* farmer, S. Saanich.
Vernon C, res. Kane St.
Vieusseux Ch,, E., boys school, James's Bay.
Vigelius & Bro., St. Nicholas hair cutting sal., Gov't St.
Vigelius Louis, (see V. & Bro.)
Vigelius Anton, empl. V. & Bro.
Vigelius John, empl. V. A Bro.
a Vine Edward, labourer, North Park St.
Vine jr. Edward, farmer, Redder Bay, Metchosin.
a Vinter J. Gordon, Lieut. A Adjt. No. 1 Co., Militia.
Vipond A., gunsmith, and machinist, Yates St
Von Almon J. Caspar, farmer. Victoria Dist.
Wagner J., empl. Erb & Loewen.
Wain Henry, farmer, N. Saanich.
Waitt Marshall W., empl. T. N., Hibben A Co.
Wakefield Benj., Chimney sweeper etc., Fort St
Wall John, tailor, Yates St.
Wall Edward, empl. A. McLean. & Co.
a Walkem Hon. G. Anthony,  barrister-at-law, M.P.P., for
Cariboo, President of Exec. Council.
a Walker R., empl. S. Duck.
a-Walker G. G., ship carpenter, Yates St.
Walker T. A., engineer, empl. Hayward & Jenkinson.
a Wallace Alex., prop. 13 Mile House, Quesnelle.
Wallace J., empl. J. W., Williams.
a-b Wallace Robt., Inspector, Post Offices, B. C, ParkRoadl
Wallace James, engineer str. North Pacific.
Waller, H. confectioner, Fort St. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY:
41.
Wallenstein Laramie, emp
Walter Godfrey, tailor, Jol
1. J. Sehl.
inson St.
a Walton John, painter, Pioneer St,
b Walsh Isaac, labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Walther H., (see Smith & Walther) Fort St.
Wannacott H., gardener, Chatham St.
Wan Ying Lun, tailors, Yates St.
a-b-e Ward W. Curtis, manager Bank B.C., res. Moss St.
Ward Robt., empl. Welch, Rithet & Co.
Ward Wm., empl. J, S. Drummond.
Ward I. V.. empl. Driard House.
a Wark J. M,, res. Dallas Road, James' Bay.
Warner Orlando, ship carpenter, View St.
Warner Emm., empl. Colonial Hotel.
a Warren C. T., empl. J. Sehl.
Warren W. D., master mariner, Johnson St.
a Washington Thornton, carpenter, Yates St.
Waterhouse T., merchant, Esquimalt.
Waters Fred., gardener, Fort St.
a Waikins John, porter, res. View St.
Watkins C R., empl. Guild, Robinson & Co.
a Watson Edw., hotel, Victoria Arm.
Watt Mrs. Geo., Simcoe St., James' Bay.
Watson Adam, Johnson St.
Watson Alex., ship carpenter; Montreal St.
Watson Alex., accountant, res. Esquimalt.
Watson W., Royal Hospital.
Weal Mrs., Phoenix Saloon, Yates St.
6 Webster W. Cowper, empl. H. Mansell.
Webster John A., who. &  ret.   dealer in  dry goods,  New
Webster W., Colonist carrier, Johuson St. [Westmr.
Weiler John, upholsterer, Fort St.
b-e Weir Robert, farmer, J.P., Gordon Bush, Metchosin.
Weir John, farmer, with R. Weir.
Weir A. farmer, with R. Weir.
Welch, Rithet & Co., coram, merchs., & imp3., Wharf St.
Welch Mrs., res. Park St.
a Welch, Geo., carpenter, Blanchard St
Welch James, labourer, Sooke Dist.
Welsh W., Royal Hospital.
Wellington J., empl. F, Reynolds.
a Wells Michael, teamster and contractor, Collinson St.
Wems Hiram, farmer, S. Saanich.
Wems'C labourer, Burnside Road, .
Wems J., empl. A. Strong.
West C, miner,,Angel Hotel.
West W., farmer, E. end of Sooke Harbor. 42.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
West Mrs. E., Devonshire Restaurant Gov't St.
a Westgarth Thos, mech. eng. and draughtsman, Gov't St
Wheeler W., labourer, empl  W. Tiernay.
Whipple Mrs., dressmaker, Douglas St.
a White Edward, (see Brown A White.)
a White Eden, prop. Oriental Restaurant, Yates St^
White James, Miner's Restaurant, Johnson St.
b White James, prep. Bridge Tavern, Douglas St.
White James, labourer, Lion Brewry.
White W., res. Oriental Hotel.
White W., res. Amelia St.
White George, empl. G. Stelly.
White John, farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
White W. C, drayman, Wharf St.
White Rich,, empl. H.B.C.
Whitley Stephen, livery stable, Government St,
Whittingham E. A., restaurant, Esquimalt.
Wilby II. E., carman, Esquimalt.
' Wilcox, Mrs.. Royal Hotel, Wharf St.
a-b Williams Robert, M. A.,  member of Board of Educ,
Williams Robert T., bookbinder, Gov't St [View St.
Williams, W., miner, Cormorant St.
a Williams J. W., livery stable, Gov't and Johnson Sts.
a-e Williams F., prop. Navy Club House, Esquimalt.
a-Williams George, printer, Government printing office.
Williams John, chimney sweeper, Oriental Alley.
Williams J., res. Quadra St.
Williams W., miner, Australian House.
Williams E., empl. C Gowen.
Williams W., stone mason, Yates St
Williams J., bricklayer, Herald and Douglas Sts.
Williams J., farmer, Victoria.
Williams W. H., farmer. S. Saanich.
Williams Edmund, farmer, Lake Dist.
Williams C, farmer, Metchosin.
Williams Mrs., res. Cormorant St.
Williams W., Royal Hospital.
a Williams T. H., empl. Drake & Jackson.
Willie Lears, baker, Johnson St.
a Williamson T. A., Fountain Saloon, corner of Yates and
Douglas Streets.
Williamson Mrs., dress maker, Kane St.
a Willson E., grocer and tea dealer, Fort St.
Wilson A. A W., plumbers, Fort St.
a-b Wilson Alex., (see A. & W. Wilson) res. Fort St
a Wilson Wm., (see A, A W. Wilson) res. James' Boy.
a Wilson T., empl. A. A W. Wilson, res. James' Bay.
a FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
43.
1 Co., Militia,
[res. Menzies St.
a Wilson  John,  Garricks'  Head,  col.  serg., No.  2  Co.,
Wilson John J., empl. G. Thomson.       [Militia, Bastion St.
Wilson & Co., Thos., dealers in dry goods etc., Gov't St.
a Wilson Thos., (see T. Wilson & Co.) res. Birdcage Walk
a Wilson W., (see T. Wilson A Co.) res. Broad St.
Wilson Thomas, empl. J. Sehl, res. Frederick St.
Wilson Mrs. Sidney, private school, Johnson St.
Wilson W. & J., clothiers etc., Government St.
a-b Wilson Wm., (see W. & J. Wilson) res. Cadboro' Bay
a Wilson Jos., (see W. A J. Wilson) res. Pandora St.   [Road.
a Wilson R. H., res. Fort St.
Wilson W., labourer, Albion Iron Works.
Wilson Walter, empl. Kelly and Taylor.
a Wilson George, drayman, Wharf St
a Wilson B. H. saddler, Burrard Inlet.
a Wilton T., drayman, Wharf St.
Wilton Louis, empl. E. B. Marvin.
a Winger John, butcher, cor. Fort and Douglas Sts.
Wing Hie, Canton Restaurant, Johnson St.
Wirth John, G., trader, Hope.
b Wolfenden R., Gov't printer, ensign No.
a Wood E. Victoria House, Douglas St.
b Wood Thos., porter, empl. F. Grelley.
Wood John, labourer, Gas Works.
Wood Mrs., res Pioneer St.
Woods Mrs. C T., res. Pandora St
b Woods Richard, High Sheriff, the Barracks.
Woods H. K, clerk Bauk B.C.
Woods R. E., empl. R. Woods.
Woods C. E., empl. Findlay, Durham A Brodie.
Woodhams R., prop. Coach and Horses, Esquimalt Road.
Woodward H., miner, Oriental Hotel.
a Woodward H. H., yeoman, Cedar Hill Road;
a Woodward Thos., farmer, Cedar Hill Road.
a Woollacott Philip, gaoler, the Barracks.
a-b Wootton Henrv, post master, res. Rae St.
Work Mrs., Hillside Farm, Victoria Dist.
Work John, farmer, Hillside.
a-b Works David, clerk H.B.C, Victoria.
a Workman Aaron, labourer, Fort St.
a Wriglesworth J., the Retreat Saloon, Government St.
Wright Thomas.
Wryford Walter, mariner, Craigflower*
a-b Wylde C S., revenue officer, res. Fort St
a Wylly C. G., (see Norris A Wylly.)
b Wynne George, drayman, Wharf St.
"Wynne jr. George, empl. Fellows A Roscoe, 44.
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Yardley Thos., res. Esquimalt Town.
Yates Miss, res. Esquimalt Road.
Yeates James, in charge H.B.C, store, Fort Hope.
Ying Dr., John sou St.
Yost F., mate str. Enterprise.
Young H, New England Bakery, Government St
Young Lewis, empl. IL Young.
a Young J. Judson, Office ot Finance Minister.
Young R. H., in charge of C P. R. Survey Office.
Young S., res. Mrs. Mason's.
Young H., farmer, E., Road. Lake Dist.
a York Joseph, carpenter, empl. Hayward A Jenkinson.
Zineke Mme., dressmaker, Government St.
ADDITIONAL   NAfelES.
Allatt F., with T. S. Allatt.
Albertson W., miner, Globe Hotel.
Anderson jr. C. E., empl. C.P.R.S., Government St.
Anderson Alex., with. A. C Anderson, Saanich.
Balsom Herbert, empl. Smith A Clark.
Beecher R. L., police.constable, the Barracks.
Carson John, miner, Humboldt St.
Carter J. W., boot maker, Yates St.
Clarihue J., miner, res. Douglas St.
Clark W., police constable, the Barracks.
Cowley Thos., warden, the Barracks.
Crane C, empl. Smith & Clark..
Crease Miss, Principal Angela College.
Curtis John Egerton, empl. Sproat & Co.
Elwyn T., purser str. Otter.
Evans Benj., empl. Smith & Clark. '
Fox A., Merchant's Exch. Saloon, "Fort St.
Grant John, engineer, Douglas St.
JACOBS JOHN J., prop. St. Nicholas Hotel, Gov't St.
Knight Sam., painter, View St.
Macdonald Mrs, D., private boarding house, Kane St.
McMillan R., res. Yates St.
Oppenheimer Bros.,^comm. merchs. and imps., Wharf St.,
Victoria, and Yale, B.C.
Pollard Rev. Wm., Pastor Wesleyan Church, res. Broad St
Pollard jr. Wm., empl. Robertson <te Johnson.
i^ff Next Follow DISTRICT NAMES.
See after Adveriisements\■.: VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
45.
A. A. TOWNSEND,        ■*      -       Proprietor.
Cor. Fort and Broad Streets, Victoria, B. C
THE BEST WINES, LI(|U0RS AND CIGARS
N. B—A FIRST RATE BILLIARD TABLE.
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GOVERNMENT ST., next to Mechanics' Institute,
VIOTOBIA,   B-   C.
W. E. BOAKE,
Proprietor.
The Best Brands of Wines, Liquors & Cigars
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Yates Street, cor. Oriental Hotel,
WM. McKEON,
Victoria, B. C
Proprietor.
The Lodging Appartments are as clean as they can possibly be kept, and
are handsomely furnished with Spring Mattresses, etc. The Bar Is constantly supplied with the Choicest Brands of LiQUons and Cigars.
Importer of and Wholesale Dealer in
line JnjgM, limit, |mmcan and  faman ltyuoi&
Champagnes, Wines, Clarets and Brandies.
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■VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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VICTORIA, B. C.
<2?5= IMPORTER ASD DEALER IS AU KtSOS 0F=5=O
FANCY GOODS, TOYS,
BASKETS, ELECTRO-PLATED WARE,
PLATED & JET JEWELLERY, SPONGES,
BRUSHES & PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, GLASSWARE, &c.
THE   TIRAJDIE    STTiFIPX-.IED.
(LATE JESSE COWPER.)
Yates St., opposite the Express Office, Victoria, B. C.
LEATHER  AND FINDINGS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
LADIES*. MISSES' AID CHILDREN'S SHOES DP ALL KINDS.      BOOTS AND SHOES MADE 10 OBBEB.
C. § BARNARD, M. D„
MECHANICAL AND SURGICAL DENTIST,
Office—Douglas St., first house on the right, south of Fort St.
ADVICE    O IR.-A. T I S-
ALL BRANCHES OF THE PROFESSION SKILFULLY EXECUTED.
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LANGLEY ST., near Yates St., VICTORIA, B. C
IEITIIOPEDATIOBS SKILFULLY AND HEFOLLY PEBFBBMED. FEES MODERATE. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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GOVERNMENT ST.,
Importer and manufacturer of
aril of F1IIIIE
Upholstery, Bedding, Mirrors,  Picture Frames,
Always on hami and made to order at the Lowest Cash Prices.
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Constantly on hand and for sale
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VICTORIA, B. C.
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Government St., 3 doors from Yates,      Victoria, B. C,
Has on hand and is constantly receiving a large assortment of
CLOTHS, GASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
Which he is prepared to make to order in tbe most approved styles.
A General Assortment of Custom-made Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing Goods. 48.
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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"V7" iK J± 3Ft F     STREET,     .
VICTORIA, B. C.
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WHOLESALE   ASO   RETAIL   DEALERS ' W
Provisions,        Groceries,
Hardware,        Mining & Agricultural Implements, -
iijk Havana Cigars,        Tobacco,
Wines and Liquors,
Clothing,        Dry Goods,
Hats,       Boots and Shoes,
Drugs and Patent Medicines.
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SPECIAL   CONTRACT,
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This Establishment is now open for the reception of Guests,
•   And is recomended to the Travelling Public as a
FIRST-CLASS   HOTEL,
THE ROOMS HAVE ALL BEEN
fVB@- RE-ZFTTRnSTISlrHIEID, «m*
And Particular Attention is paid to Cleanliness and Good Order.
Appartments will be let by the Day, Week or Month, at a Great Reduction from former Rates, and Travellers are requested to inspect the Hotel
before seeking accommodation elsewhere.
TREHART & HEMENOVER, Props. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
49.
BOOKSELLER AMD
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Books, Newspapers and Magazines, always on hand,
GOVERNMENT ST., east side, oppo. Standard Office,      Victoria, B. C
JOHN   CROWTHER,
igii Si Ornamental Fainter, ad Paper Hanger
9
YATES ST., below Douglas St., VICTORIA, B. C.
Residence:—Pandora Street, corner of Quadra Street.
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STORE STREET, between Herald and Fisgard,
"VICTORIA.,   B.   C.
TEL,
ANDREW ASTRICO,
Proprietor.
THE MOST COMMODIOUS AND CLEAN HOTEL in Victoria.
It is conducted on European principles. The Table is supplied with the very
best the market affords. MEALS at all hours of the day. Private Dining
• Rooms for Families.
CHARGES:—Board and Lodging per week, $5 50 to $6 50. Board
and Lodging per day,! $1 25.    Single Meals, 37£ cents.    Beds, 50 cents.
TERMS:—Cash in Advance. A Fire-prof Safe in the House.1
St. Icliolas Hotel 4 Restaurant
GOVERNMENT STREET,
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VICTORIA, B. C.
The Subscriber having leased the southern portion of
the above named building, and
id REFU NfSHED  THfc
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COMPLETELY   RENOVATED Al
ENTIRE   Hi
In a style unsurpassed on this Coast, begs to inform the public that it is NOW
OPEN POK THE RECEPTION OF GUESTS.
TABLE-FIRST   CLASS.
KATES    OF    CHARGES    VERY    MODERATE.
JOHN J. JACOBS, PROPRIETOR. 50.
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
K©lly m Way!
[Successors to ^Tohn Pickson.]
•  IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS OF
Stoves, Tin Plate, Sheet Iron,
Copper, Zinc and Tinware*
COOKING, PARLOR & OFFICE STOVES.
ALSO, THE CELEBRATED
YATES STREET, VICTORIA, B. C
(Brick Store, nearly opp. American Hotel.)
Particular attention paid to Steamboat "Work. ~@&
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IMPORTER OF
STOVES, RANGES, PUMPS, LEAD PIPE, ZINC,
SHEET   IE.01ST,   ETC.,
AND MANUFACTURER OF ■
TIN, COPPER, ZINC, & SHEET IRON WARE.
REPAIRING DONE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
JOHNSON STREET, next door to Shotbolt's Drug Store.
Agent for the Celebrated Eureka Range.
tfNOLDS
LONDON   MARKET,
Cor. Yates & Douglas Sts., Victoria, B. C.
tllTIUTIl BY APPOINTMENT FOB SUPPLY 8F MEATS AND VEGETABLES TO BEB MAJESTY'S U1T-
N". B.—Frederick Reynolds has unusual facilitiee for supplying
Officer's Messes on hoard H. M. Ships, -with the Best Meats at Lowest Rates
m the Market. Jg^- Meats delivered at any part of the City. - BURRARD   SWLET    FJAMES.
Burrard Inlet Mills—Proprietors, Moody, Dietz & Nelson;
(S. P. Moody, Geo. Dietz, H. Nelson); Accountant, J. C. Hughes.
Hastings Mill—Manager, J. A. Raymur; Accountant, R. H,
Alexander.
MILLMEN AND OTHER EMPLOYEES.
Alexander R. H.
Allan Pat
An nan dale A.
Ardill Thomas
Atkins E. A.
Baird R.
Baker R.
Barratt A.
Basset A.
Benden J.
Blaney J.
Black Thomas
Blan G.
Bone J.
Bonson H.
Bounard J.
Bradburry E.
Braman J.
Bran George
Bran 0.
Brockwell G.
Burns G.
Bypee S.
Cameron "W.
Cardell V.
Cardin P.
Carvell Thomas
Chuck A.
Coldwell C.
Coleman T.
Corella F.
Cornerford L.
Cook A.
Cornelius J.
Cota F.
Curran L.
Dacey John
Davidson Aug.
Davis R. L.
Deighton J;
Dicker S.
Dingemann G.
Donnelly Neil
Dojde J.
Eakman Theo.
Easton H.
Easton G.
Ettershank W
Ewan W. M.
Fernandez Greg.
Finnigan Terence
Forbes T,
Foster W.
Frost W. K.
Furry J.
Garmeon F.
Gil son Wat.
Gimlett F.
Griffiths J.
Guerrin E.
Gulan J.
Halfpenny John
Harman T.
Harvey H.
Healy N.
Hennessey J.
Henry W.
Hobbs John
Hutcheson J.
Inches J.
James I.
Jenner M.
Jones W".
John E.
Johnson F.
Johnstone Alex.
Kenney T.
Knight J.
Lacey C.
Bears C. E.
Lockhart "W". K.
Lover John
Mackie Neil
Mahon J.
Mannion J.
Marmott R.
Marshall R.
Martin Thomas
Martin H.
Marwick J. H.
Michaud M,
Miles C. N.
Miller R.
Milligan D.
Mouler M.
Myers C.
MeArthur P.
NcCrimmore A.
McDonald D.
McDonald Mich.
MeLane S.
McLean A.
McLellan A. J.
MeLeod Kenneth
McLeod Robert
MeLeod Rory
McNulty J.
McQuay J.
Nieland B.
Nieur Edgar C.
Noble II.
O'Brien C. H.
Olson e C.
Ona George
Oral! T,
Petard A.
Preston G
Preston R.
Proctor John
Ramsey John BURRARD INLET NAMES.
Raymond A.
Reddy W.
: Reif John"
Rot8h:am d
SamE-.
Sameekin T.
Sanderson J.
Scott J.
Shields J. D.
Shirk John
Smith W.Smith J.
Smith George
Smith H.
Springer B.
Stephen R.
Stevens P.
Stoker Hugh
Sudlem Henry
Tamara L.
Tear George
Thain Murray
Thomas John
Thompson G.
And 14 Chinamen
Too'my F.
Trim Edward
Waddington F.
Wade F.
WebbF.
Wentura R.
White A. F.
Wilcox S.
Wilson B. H.
Wood Alfred
Young Cyrus
Young W.
CAS5AIR   DISTRICT.
This, the last discovered gold district and one of the
easiest reached from Victoria, promises this season to be
filled with miners, and will no doubt give a good account of
itself in response to the gathering.
The mines are situated on Stickeen River, on the third
North Fork, on Thibert Creek, (so called from its discoverer,)
a tributary called Delure Creek, and Deases' Creek; running out of Deases' Lake.    The other creeks in  the neigh-
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borhood are no doubt auriferous also; Canyon Creek, Deases'
River, etc.
The ice leaves the Stickeen about 6th May. From that
time suitable steamers can run until the 1st or middle ot
October up to the first North Fork; the travel, owing to the
lowness of the water, is chiefil by canoe. Above the North
Fork falls occur for a length of six miles, but once pa.H
these, travel by boat, etc., is resumed.
The time of travel may be taken as follows: (Passengers
by ocean steamers land at Fort Wrangel.)
Fort Wrangel  to  Buck's  Bar,   opposite
the South Fork of the Stickeen and
opposite the Indian village, by canoe,  12 days.
From Buck's Bar to Deases' Lake,  on
foot with double packs, say 90 miles, 16 days.
From Deases' Lake to the mines,        - 3 days.
Deases' Lake opens from 15th to 25th May. CASSAIR NAMES.
53.
The ground in the mines remains frozen till the middle
of June; on the shady side of some creeks the ground is
frozen down to the bed:roek. •
On the lower Stickeen the snow fall reaches sixty and
seventy feet, which conso'idates to nineteen feet. On the
upper Stickeen the snow fall is lighter; there, throughout
the Summer months, the weather is at times excessively
warm. On the high mountain trail, east of the third North
Foi'k, patches of snow have been seen On the 1st of July.
[For the above description" the author is indebted to the published report of the Lands and "Works Office, furnished by Capt. "W. Moore, an
explorer. Attention is also called to the excellent map furnished by the
latter, and. drawn by T. "Westgarth.]
In view of the extreme hardships accompanying researches after gold, especially in the above inclement lattidues, it
may be allowable to raise the question, if the bonus is sufficient that is offered to discoverers of a new mining locality,
viz.: 100 feet extra to a claim of two men, the original claim
being "100 feet up and down, and the whole width from
base to base." If three men are in a company, 50 feet each
extra are allowed. Now, a lets number than five or six men
cannot well prospect. It is, we repeat, a serious question
whether less than 100 feet per man, Should constitute the
reward to discoverers of paying miniug localities.
In Australia, we believe, the reward is much greater even
than this.
Following is the list of miners, traders, £e., alreadg left Victoria
before March 10 th. A considerable number of names wi$
be found eleewhere, which were not procured in time for
insertion here.
[Note.—Any parties in the following list whose names may be found elsewhere, will be considered as now forming part of the-population of Gassair.
Adams J. R.
Allan J.
Allen J. P.
Ardiel Thos.
Argall Thos.
Arnold T.
Baker Joseph
Baker O.
Baraaovieh B. tra.
Baribeau J,
Barnet James
Barry Pat.
Barry Barth.
Bebbington G.
Begg J.
Bell J. C.
Benton S.
Bennett J.
Bennett W.
Bertrand P.
Berhon Leander 54.
CASSAIR NAMES.
Black D.
Black H.
Bolduck J.
Bolter 0.
Bond C.
Bowen B.
Bowery T. E.
Boyd R.
Bradley C.
Braidon John
Brannagan James
Brent P.
Briggs R.
Brissell Dietrich
Brown E. J.
Brown James
Brutweiser George
Burn P.
Bushon L. A.
Bushway F.
Butler H.
Byrns M. W.
Cahill P.
Cahill Joseph
Caboul J.
Cain W.
Cain Dennis
Callaghan T.
Callingsworth F.
Call well J.
Cameron W. J.
Campbell J.
Campcell M.
Cardin P.
Cargotich Peter
Carson H.
Carson H.
Carter, H.
Carter H.
Casey E,
Casey Mich.
Cash J.
Cavanagh J.
- Chalifour F,
Chambers F. W.
Chaplin J.
Chapman Noah
Choquette Alex.
Claich G.
Clark J. A.
Clark Samuel
Clayton G.
Clotsv/orthy A.
Cochrane J.
Collins E.
Collinsworth S. F,
Connolly G. T.
Connor F.
Cook G. W.
Cooper Oscar
Corcoran John
Corr P.
Corr Daniel
Corrigan C.
Costello M. '
Couey M.
Cowling M,
CoyE.E.
Cratchley E.
Cullen Patrick
Cummings J.
Cunningham P.
Curren John
Curtis J. H.
Daggitt D. 0.
Dakin Ceorge
Davis J.
Davis P.
Dawes George
Decker S.
Dempsey J.
Derosier J.
Desomer C.
Dewar D.
Deymore H.
Disher D.
Doane Woodury
Dobbinson J.
Donahue A.
Donnegan Donald
Dopke W.
Doyle T.
Dougherty T.
Drake F.
Driscoll P.
Driscoll Daniel
Dunn W. H.
Duval L.
Earl P.
Edgar J. M.
Edwards R.
Elliot H.
Elliott J.
Elliott G. W.
Emerson C.
Emeroy Thomas
Emory S.
Emslie F.
Evans S. E.
Everett John
Ewar D. D.
Fall Patrick
Fell J. F.
Ferguson J.
Fitzpatrick J.
Fitzgerald J,
Fletcher Frank
Flummery J.
Fcntain O.
Ford J. H.
Foster Lewis
Foster F.
Foster II.
Foster R. H.
Fraser Alex.
Fraser J.
Fraser D.
Fredder F. N.
Frost J.
Fuller. N.
Furness George
Gallagher F.
Gans Leopold
Gardner Benj.
Gash James
Gear J.
George Richard
German sen V.
Gifford L. W,
Gilbert L.
Glen R. CASSA1R NAMES.
bo.
Glin Tim.
Godfrey E. J.
Goggerty P. J.
Gold Levy
Goldin L.
Goldwin Robert
Graham J. D.
Grant Allan D.
Grant George
Grant M.
Gray John F.
Green Edward
Griffin George
Griggs P. D,
Guiot G, P.
Hall Robert
Hall J. Homer
Haman A.
Hamilton George
Hammill TJ. R.
Harkrader Geo.
Harvey Wm.
Harvey M.
Harmon P.
Haskell J.
.Hawk 0.
Helgeson Hans L.
Hewitt H.
Hewitt W. A.
Hewkes Jas.
Hilton Menard
Hockin J. R.
Holland M.
Hoi ley wood J.
Holliday R.
Horn Wm.
Hosford W.
Holt J.
Howe S.
Hugo Jos.
Humphries W. B.
Isom B,
Jacka A.
Jacklin J.
Jackson H. A.
Jackson Studley
James John
Jeffrey Wm.
John J.
Johnson J.
Johnson H. C.
Johnson John
Johnson W.
Johnston John
Jones C, F.
Jones P.
Jordon Thos. O,
Jose B.
Journeaux F.
Journeaux E.
Joy J. S.
Jullien A,
Kanahan M.
Kane M.
Kane James
Keithley H.
Kelly Patriek
Kelly Hugh
Kennedy J.
Kent R.
Kipp Henry
Knight W.
Labarge, N.
Labelle B.
Lafont T.
Leary James
Leclaire A.
Lee John
Lee J.
Leman E.
Lenning W. W. E,
Lernon A.
Levi Thos.
Lewis Thos.
Lainstand J. B.
Lindsay T. J.
Little Frank
Lockwood C.
Loison T.
Lough T.
Lovereen D. D.
Lamdeen Frank
Lynch M.
Lyons W.
Lyons R.
Lyons D.
Macrtney W.
Mallory W. H.
Maloney H.
Manley M.
Manning J.
Manning M.
Manson D.
Marcovich J.
Marcovich A.
Marwell G. W.
Marshall F.
Martin George
Martin W.
Martin A,
Martineo W.
Maxwell P. M.
Maxwell George
Meachan J.
MetcalfE.
Miller T. W.
Miller J.
Miller H.
Mitz John
Moffatt John
Moore J. W.
Moore W. D.
Moore J. H.
Morehouse E. F.
Norton T.
Mulhem A.
Mullen T.
Murdoch G.
Murphey D.
Murphey J.
Murphey Wm.
Murray F.
McAlinden P.
McBrian F.
McBride D.
McCabeP.
McCann P.
McCanning J.
McCarty D.
McCarthy J„ N.
McCaulay J. 56.
iCASSAIR names;
McCartney M.
McColl W.
McCormick J.
McCrae A.
McDonald A.
McDonald-John S.
McDonough P.
McFee Allan
FcGill E.
McClinchy P.
McGraih John
McGregor C.
McGuill E.
Mcintosh J. B.
Mclvor M.
McKay R.
McKenna John
McKenzie D,
McKenzie John
31cKinlay A.
McLennan J, M.
McLaughlin J.
McPhie Allan
McTiernan M.
McVitty C.
Nelines D.
Nelson M.
Nelson D.
Newton J.
Norman Lufus
-O'Brien Thcfcu:i
O'Connor F.
O'Donnell P.*
Olliver C,
Oilier P.
Omianete C.
O'Neil W.
O'Reilly J.
Orton M. C.
Owens T.
Pagton M. N.
Palmer E.
Papley J.
Parken N. .
Parrish Oscar F.
Patterson T. W.
Pearce J.
Pendergast M. S.
Perry D.
Peterson C.
Philips S. C.
Pierce H. C.
Pigott R.
Pilton J.
Pond C. B.
Potts C.
Pope James
Porter J. A.
Porter W.
Powers M.
Powmitter F.
Randolph G. S.
Rath W,
Rath George
Raymond A,
Raymeau O.
Reed W. F.
Redman L.
Reid R.
Reilley James
Ricard R,
Rich John-
Richardson M. S.
Richardson J.
Robb Wm.
Rolland H.
Rosevich B.
Rossiter J.
Rosner E.
Russell S.
Ryan A.
Sadler W. H.
Samuels T.Sanderson W.
Sawyer W. H.
Sellot L.
Shearer E.
Sheil W. H.
Shumacker D. L.
Shelton L. D. W.
Sherman B.
Sherry I. S.
Simmons E.
Simpson A.
Simpson A.
Snelley S.
Smith J.
Smith E. K.
Smith J.
Smith P.
Smith W.
Smith W. H.
Somers M.
Steele H. N.
Stevens Isaac
Stevens W.
Stevens L.
Stevens T. J.
Stewart W.
Stoker Thos.
Sutherland C. W.
Sutler B.
Sylvester R.
Sylvey N. H.
Synis H.'
Tanner Thos.
Tennant R."
Tayloy J.
Tedford D. C.
Terwillinger H.
Terwillinger W.
Tessier J.
Thackeray G.
Thibert TT.
Thibert M.
Tiernay M. J.
Tiernay D.
Todd W.
Trevitt V.
Trook J. S.
Turner Thomas
Tuttle G.
Tweedy T,
Vanani F.
Vansyckle A.
VanVouler Ch.
Van Wagner T.
Wade F.
Wadleigh John
Wakefield R.
Walder W. CASSIAR NAMES.
57.
Waldron, F. D.
Wallace J. B.
Waltem, T.
Waters, G.
Watson, JR.
Warner, G. 0.
Weir, Adam
Welsh, P.
Wellescroft, G.
Welsh James
Welsh, John
Wellington, F.
You
Wells, W.
Wheeler, W. H.
Whig, W. ♦
White, John
Whitmore, C.
Whitmore, T. S.
Whitney, G. W.
Wilcox, J.
.Wilcox, J. J.
Wiles, John
Wiles, W.
Williams, J. A.
ng. S. A.
Williams, B.
Willoughby, R.
Willscroft, G.
Wilson, Ogden
Wilson, R.
Wilson, C.
Wilson, Joseph
Wilson, T.
Wood, R. II.
Woodcock, W.
Woods, J.
You mans, A. C.
Ziss, C.
CARIBOO   NAMES.
NOTE.—From Census of April, 1871. The District of
Cariboo contains a population of 290 whites, 685 Chinese, 570
natives, and 32 coloured persons. There are 1698 acres of land
cultivation. There are in operation two Steam Saw Mills, one
Water Mill, tioo Flour Mills, steam and water. The yield of
Gold for 1872 was $1,047,245. 1873 was about the same.
(See exports.)
Allen R., telegraph operator.   Denny Jos., saloon.
Baker W., stables. Dixon W., milkman.
Ball H. M., Co. Court Judge. Dodd W. W., saloon.
,Barnston J. G., Barr.-at-law.   Dominez Frank, brewer.
Bell Thos., M.D., M.R.C.S.     Ebbetts M., Bank B. Col.
Berry R., carpenter.
Bibby J., tinsmith,
Bigley G, butcher.
Bowron John, postman and
recordei*.
Byrnes Geo., auctioneer and
sheriff of Cariboo and
Lillooet District.
Cameron W., blacksmith.
Chipp John, M.D., M.R.C.S.
Christopher Miss, washing.
Cohen & Hoffman, merch.
Cohen Jos., (see Cohen A H.) Holloway Rob't, pro. |
Coulan Mme.., washing, iboo Sentinel."   I	
Crawtord H., teamster. Herman Cora, saloon.
Daley John, (see Mason &D.) Jacquemo J., watchmaker.
Davie A. E. B, barr.-at-law. Jeflray A., saloon.
Fisher J. B., Bank B. Col.
Goodson,, J. G., bakery.
Grier Mrs., saloon.
Greenbaum Bros, merch'ts.
Hagerman C, carpenter.
Hall Rev. Jos., Wesleran
Mission.
Harris J. B., butcher.
Harding F., baker.
Hedin J., saloon.
Hitchcock W., Gov't Ass'er.
Hoffman A., (see Cohen A H.)
Car- 58.
CARIBOO NAMES.
C, agent Lane A
Johns Gomer, employ. Mason & Daley.
Johnson A., shoemaker.
Kelly A., saloon and hotel.
Ladd Eliza, saloon.
Lallier F., merchant.
Lane C
Kurtz Co
Langen W., saloon.
Laurent Mme., saloon.
Lindsay J. Chief Constable.
Lipsett R.j saloon.
Mason A Daley, Antelope
restaurant.
Mason Jos., (see M. A Daley.)
Meacham A Nason, saw mill.
Miller A. saloon.
Morris G. M., agt B.B.N.A.
Moses W. D., hair-dresser, etc
Mowett A., asst. assayer.
McNaughton A. em. brewery
Nason J. B., saw mill.
Nathan Miss M.,: saloon.
■ Neate Mrs. M., dressmaker.
Neufelder F., merchant.
Nordberg W., watchmaker.
Nutt Johnathan, librarian.
O'Donnell J., teamster.
O'Niel C. P., blacksmith.
Park Jos., barrister-at-law.
Pearson &Bro., E., tinsmith.
Pendola Angelo, merchant.
Perrett F., tailor.
Powell A., teamster.
Rennie W. bootmaker A tra.
Rogers A Wilson, merchs.
Rogers S. A., (see R. & W.)
Ross H., Hudson Bay agt.
Shepherd G. L., bootmaker.
Skinner R. J. em. H.B.C.
Steele Wm., clerk.
Taylor G., teamster.
Travaillot J. O., surveyor.
Vaillancour C, brewery
VonVolkenburg B., butcher.
Walker Sam., restaurant A
saloon.
Wickham Jas., com, mercht.
Wilmot H. C, Lightning Ex.
Wilson C, (see Rogers A W.)
CHINESE MERCHANTS.
Ah Foo.
Sam Mo.
Wa Lee.
Wa Long.
Wing Sing,
ig Lee
Quom
&Co.
Miners and Others:—Williams Cr
Atchinson Geo.
Allen Thos.
Badde Fred.
Baker H. M.
Bastedo J. G.
Bennett W.
Bigler Martin'
Bingley J.
Bleque Antonio
Bowden T.
Bowden Nicholas
Bright Wrm.
Brodie Robert
Brown Wm.
Brown Robert
Brown John A;
Brydes Tom.
Butts John
Calder Henry
Cannell Jos.
Cleak Alex.
Conklin Geo.
Coutts Alex.
Cowan Geo.
Coyne Jas.
Crawford Wm.
Delaire Ed.
Demodornios Peter
Devlin Robt. B.
Dixon Whittaker
eek and Vicinity,
Dougherty Geo.
Drin kali Robt.
Driver Wm.
Emerson A. M.
Favell Wm.
Fellows Stephen
Ferguson Geo.
Fitchey Wm.
Fletcher And.
Forrest Wm.
Gall Thomas
Gallagher Barney
Gallen James
Geyott L.
Glynn M. CARIBOO NAMES.
69
Goodykootz A. E
. Kaitting J.
Pascoe Jos.
Goldstead Henry
Kelso John
Pearce S. C.
Grahame Robert
Lacey R. T.
Petria Frank
Gray Charles
LoringJ. D.
Pinkerton M.
Green George
Love John
Poison C.
Gullieksen G.
Lumley John
Pond G.
Hall Wesley
Lynch Edward
Porter W. C.
Hanley M.
Marris S.
Potter T.
Halfpenny Wm.
Marshall T.
Price D. T.
Harkin James
Mattice Stephen
Thompson Wm.
Heal John
Mills D.
Trelaise W.
Heal James
Mills G.
Trelaise Edward
Henderson J.
Morgan Lewis
Trelevien J.
High George
Mumford Robt.
Tunstall C.
Hine C. C.
Munro e A.
Trueman G.
Hodgkineon Wm.
Munroe Gilbert
Weldon A.
Hoffmeister C.
Munroe John
Weldon James
Holm Paul
Murray John
West Henry R.
Hough Wm.
McDermott H.
Wilcox H.
House Charles
McEvoy James
Willeft Peter
Howley P.
Mclntyre N.
Willey Robert
Hudson John
McKay John
Willey Wm.
Innes Jame3
McKenny F.
Williams David
Isaac George
McLear John
Williams John
James John
McLear J. B.
Wilson John
Jeffray Wm.
McLellan F.
Winterbottom W.
Jarvis Wm.
MeLeod K.
.Wintrip Louis
Jones J. C.
Nasmith John
Wintrip E.
Jones David
Newton L.
Winterip R.
Jones Solomon
Nordberg D.
Wright J. L.
Jones W. A,
Ogden E.
ANTLER CREEK.
Yates John
Boyce James
Johnson T. D.
Neal Robert
Carruthers Matt.
Jones W. L.
Porter Alex.
Conway M.
McMillan J. C.
Price Watkin C.
Holmes W., store
McNelly J.
Shaw J.
keeper.
McPherson Angus
GROUSE  CREEK.
Saunders R. S,
Allen James
Martin John
Latone Ed.
Bealish Antoine
Montgomery G.
McAlinden A. (see
Gadd George
McWha & McAl-
McW.&McA.)
Gullixen J.
inden,   store
Owens W. W.
Hansen Fred.
keepers
Pomer©y John
Heath Robert
McWha A.   (see
Radovich M.
Holloway Ed.
McW.&McA.) Robertson David «fr.
CARIBOO NAMES.
Bell John
Deighton R.
Gardell F.
BanR,
Brunskill W.
Gilmore Hugh
Adams J.
Anderson M.
Barker J.
Bouland & Veith,
store keepers
Bouland Robt (see
B. & Veith,
mail contractor.)
Burrell Andrew
Castine F.
Dixon Daniel
Edwards John
Smith S., storekeeper
HARVEY'S  CREEK.
PattuloW.
Rankin D.
Turley James
JACK OP  CLUBS  CREEK.
Griffiiths Morris     Steele A.
Leggatt E. Wilson Arnold
Tindall Jock.
KEITHLEY creek.
Gee Frank
Harris Thomas
Haywood Thos.
Keys Samuel
Lamont A.
Leote Casamayn
Littler Fred
Luce W.
Mai comb John
Marks John
McKay Bon aid
McNab Robert
Newell Heiser
Polly W.
Pritchard Robert
Roily Joseph
Ross Colin
Sevright J.
Scott R.
Shuvenier C.
Shuvenier J.
Shubert A.
Wilson R.
Young Robert
Austen   Mrs.,
boarding house.
Beedy   J.   C.,   saloon
boarding house.
Bendixen Mme., saloon.
Bonnier Fred., teamster.
Burge Peter, teamster.
Burton Tho9., blacksmith.
Cooper Ed., butcher.
Edwards D., bootmaker.
Evans John, surveyor.
Fuller John, teamster.
Funk Mrs., saloon.
Grunbaum Bros., merchs.
Harper E., carpenter.
Houseman W.   A.,  saloon
and restaurant.
Lindsay Alex., tel. opera.
Allen David
Anderson Andrew
LIGHTNING  CREEK AND  VICINITYj
saloon   and
ass
Hyde   Geo.,   Beaver
House,
and   Mahrer John,   saloon  and
bakery.
Manetta P., merchant.
Mauray Wm., saloon.
Michaels Mrs.,  saloon and
restaurant.
Milross Wm., painter.
Montgomery Jos., bl'ksmith.
Morgan Harry, saloon.
McDermott Rob't, saloon.
O'Hare Patrick, dairyman.
Peebles John, blacksmith,
Robertson John, blacksmith.
Sopranis Ernest," saloon.
Townsend Alfred, merch,
VanVolkenburg I., butcher.
MINERS AND OTHERS.
Anderson John       Anderson Henry
Anderson W. F, G. Archea Samuel CARIBOO NAMES.
61.
Atchison George
Edwards Benj.
Mathers James
Austen John
Ercole Dominque
Merritt John
Bailey Will.
Evans James
Mills G.
Beattie Will.
Evans John
Minton J.
Bell Joseph
Farguharson F.
Mitchell John
Bell John
Ford James
Montgomery S.
1 Bilsland Wm.
Foster W.
Montgomery J.
Bilsland Alex.
Gannon John
Montgomery James
Blackwell Ed.
Gartley Thomas
Munroe A.
Blythe Jas.
Gerald James
McCormack T.
Booth Rob't
Gillis W. H.
McDonald A.
Bowman Wm.
Gilmore Joseph
McEwen D.
Bray Marshall
Glasson J.
McFarland A.
Brown H. S.
Glendinning P.
McLean A.
Brown Peter
Glendinning A,
McLean R.
Brown Will.
Glover Wm.
McLaughlin J.
Burdick Jas,
Gray Samuel
. McLaughlin M.
Burge Joseph
Gray M.
McKenzie A.
Burns Dan.
Greep John
McKenzie W.
Cadman Sol.
Greig Robert
McMillan J. L.
Carey Dan.
Halliday A.
McQuaig Male.
Carruthers Matth.
Halliday W.
Nieholls W.
Charlton Will.
Harding Thos
Nutt John
Christie Andrew
Harpee E.
Oilier Peter
Clarke M.
Healy Benj.
Omal Cornelius
Cockiug Philip
Hewling W.
O'Brien James
Craft Wm.
Hill Robert
Pacey Robert
Cranston John
Holmes Jacob
Parry H.
Crolly Owen
Holtz Charles
Patterson J.
Curry John
Hough R.
PatulloT. R.
Darpentigny 0.
Humphreys E.
Pearca Thomas
Davis R. T.
Hunter John
Pemberthy J.
Davies John
Jenkins John
Perick S.
Davies Russ. T
Jenkins David
Perez Frank
Dawson J.
Johnston J.
Philips James
Denner John
Jones W. R.
Philips Hugh
Devlin Iso.
Jones W. 0.
Philips E,
Disher H.
Jones E.
Pol man John
Dodd James
Jones Henry
Polman W.
Doscher H.
Kemp W.
Portway Rich.
Dow Alfred
Kendall George
Quick Wm.
Duxbury Thomas
Kirkpatrick L.
Roberts Rob't
Early Hugh
Launder M.
Roberts Henry
• Edwards B.
Linchey Patrick
Robertson John
Elder J. W.
Llewellyn W.
Roe C.
Ellis Wm..
Magirl Robert
Rose Fred.
Edwards D.
Malamont J.
Ross Adam 62.
CARIBOO AND CLINTON NAMES.
Rowlings Rich.
Rustrie John
Sangster Peter
Scott Samuel
Shannon H.
Shaw John
Shaw R. L.
Slater John
Smith D. T..
St. Laurent Jos.
Sullivan M.
Bray J.
Davoust Felix
Driscoll M.
Gerow J.
Stevens Jas.
Stevens John
Swan Alex.
Synon Pat.
Taylor Thos.
Tell Ed.
Thonnahlen T.
Tucker William
TJllatte John
Urquhart Watty
VonStemn Henry
. Waters Joseph
MOSQUITO  CREEK.
Jones Richard
Langham J.
Mailer Fred.
Quick Richard
FORKS OP QUESNELL.
Watson Richard
Wilkinson John
Williams Jas.
Williams John
Williams Wm.
Wilson J. W.
Wilson Chas.
Wood Aaron
Wormwold Wm.
Wright Rich.
Yates John A.
Rathburn J.
Sadonx Chas.
Saunders Wm.
Williams Wm.
Barry W. P., lessee Ques. Br. south pork.
Hare Oliver, Recor. A Const. Doak Hugh.
Watham Thos., empl, A. S.    Guruey M,
Bate, Mitchell Capt.
Kwong Lee & Co., merchts.   E. Tie, merchant.
CLINTON   NAMES.
N. B.— Census, April, 1871. The district of Lillooet- Clinton
returns a population o/235 whites, 80 Chinese, 3 coloured,
909 natives. Total, 1,224; and contains two saw millst
four (1873) flour mills, one saw mill and flour mill combined.
(See Lillooet names.)
Bell Ewan., empl. U. Nelson.
Chenal John, Junction hotel.
Doyl J.  trader.
Foster F. W., merch., J.P.
Fuller W., shoe maker.
Haller Jos., farmer and
stock grower.
Harper Bros., props. Clinton Mills^ and stock
growers.
O'Connor M., tel. operator
and agt. Barnard's Ex."
Parsley E., trader.
Pinder P.
Pollard John, Farmer.
Pope  C.  E.,  Gov't Agent
and postmaster.
Saul A Rogers, 70 M. Post.
Saul W., M.P.P. (see.S.AR.)
Saul John, farmer.
Harper Jerome, (see H. Bro) Saul Isaac.
Harper Thad., (see H. Bro.)    Steel J. T., em. Harper bro.
Kelly E., resident. S.e.lS.
Marshall^Thos. G.,1iotel.       Stuart A. F. trader. CLINTON, COMOX AND COWICHAN NAMES.     63.
Murie Jqs., saw mill. Worsley Ch. R.,
McClellan C. N., blacksmith. Chinese.
McCully John, blacksmith.   Duck Kee, trader.
McKee Sam., labourer. Ling Tie, merchant.
Newlands Jas. A., clerk.
COMOX    NAMES.
N B.—From Census, April, 1871.—The district of Comox
contains apopulation of 102 whites and 1100 natives. Total
1202. There were last year 666 acres under cultivation.
There are over 500 head of Cattle.
Beach "Wm.
Bridges Charles
Brown John C.
Brown Alex.
Beckensell Thos.
Beacham Robt.
Cliff Samuel
Cliff Robert
Carwithen R. T.
Clarke James
Crawford   S.  F.,
Green Charles
Gordon D, M.
Gartley John
Hardy John
Home A. G.
Jones Abraham
Marwick John
Minach Wm.
Maud Henry
Musters Wm.
Moore Patrick
school teacher. Murphy Patrick
Crawford A. B.       McFarlane Wm,
Donohue M.
Drabble G. F.
Duncan O.
Duncan Wm.
Farr Calvin
Ford Geo.
Finiay Thos.
Fitzgerald John
GuilTodH.'
McGilvray Alex.
McKloy James
McPhee Jos.
Ritchie Rob't
Robb Jas.
Robb W. R.
Robb Wm.
Rodello Joseph
Ross H. W,
Rennison John
Scott Rob't
Shields James
Smith Rob't
Somerville Jas.
Thomas Rob't
Thomas John'
Thompson W. G.
Thompson Jas.
Thompson Rob't
Pidcock John Doe TJrquhart Alex.
Pillon John Williams David
Rabson Thos. Wilson John
Rabson Svduey T.  WillemarTheRev.
Ralston C. C. I.X, Epis. Mis.
Reece Rees.
COWICHAN   NAMES.
N. B.—Census, April, 1871.—The population for whites and
natives, including Salt Spring Island and CJiemainus, was
estimated as 2000. It is one of the most productive districts
in the Province,
COWICHAN   PROPER.
Boale Jame Chisholm W. Glide Miss Mary
Blyth — Dobson B. pub. sch. tea.
Brennan P. Deside F. Harris Sam., hotel.
Cregan F.
Dodd A.
Kinnear James :M       noWTCHAN & SALT SPRING ISLAND NAMES.
Lemon John
Mahony J.
Three Sisters of St.
Marshall Thomas
Richardson R.
Ann's Convent.
Marshall M.
RondaultRev. P.
White, W.
Marriner E.
Shaw T. B.
Williams, Thomas
Marriner H.
Smith, Thomas
QUAMICHAM. .
"Williams, Mrs.
Alexander D.
Duncan W.
Mearns James
Boudot Peter
Evans James
McLay Robt.
Blyth J.
Fleming jr., Jas.
Robertson Wm.
Dugan Joseph
Holmes Rev. D.
Rogers A. W.
Dugan James,
Humphrey John
Todd A.
Dugan jr., James
Lindsay D.
Love James
COMIAKEN.
Weir James
Beaumont AYm.
Flett James
Richards Jos.
Bednall Samuel
Flett John
Skinner T. J.
Bbusall H.
Hales John
Skinner Ernest J.
i Charlie James
Hine Wm.
Smith Mich.
Dring Wm.
Leask J. C.
Stonier Wm.
Drummond H.
Morley J., J. P.
Symonds Wm.
Edson M.
Morley H. A.
Williams Joseph
French John,
Miller Robert ,
Miller James
SOMENOS.
Windsor Thomas
Allard F.
Drinkwater Jas.
Lewis L.
Allard E.
Evans T. N.
Lomas W. H., In
Bell Neil
Green A.
dian Mission.
Crate A. F.
Inwood F.
Sollitt James
Davie Wm.
Jordon C.
SmytheWm.MPP.
Davie H.
Keir A.
Skinner Ambrose"
Drinkwater W.
Keir J.
SHAWNIGAN.
Barry J.
Hopkins Thomas
Sinclair John
Campbell R.
Manley Mrs.
Thain A Co.
Gaborrie L.
McLennon R.
Voutrain Xavier
Gaborrie James
McLennon P.
Voutrain T. B.
Heming J.
Peterson II.
Shearing Wm.
Voutrain M.
SALT SPRING ISLAND NAMES-
-Burgoyne Bay—Ack.
erman Joseph,
Cairns "Wm., Gyves Micr
i., Lemney James, Maxwell
John,  Mitchell
Geo.,  McDonald  T.,   P
virser "Wm,  Sparrow John.
Welch  "Wm.,
vyilliams Thomas.     Admiral Bay.—Mrs. Anderson
vHarrisonW., Norton John, Norton E., \
?arry Thos. C, (postmaster)
D.    Vesuvius Bay.—Antoine
Shore Henry.
Long Harbour.'—Predison
Manuel,  Booth
John Patten, M.P.P.,
Bitancourt Jose E.,  store,
Buckner Armstead, Copeland A., Jones
John Craven, (public school
teacher)  Mahaffie Moses.   Fulford Hart
tour,—Spikeman H.,  Stowe Salt Spring Island, Chemainus 6s Esquimalt District Names.    65.
Cyrus, Tragee Theo., "Weston John. Begg's Settlement.—Crane Jacoh
C, Griffiths Th., Hutson John, McPadden James, Sampson Henry,
(constable) Smith "Wm., Holmes Mrs., (public school teacher)
CHEMAINUS NAMES.
Hobart James Lampkin W.
Mainguy D. Richardson F.
McEwen Charles Thomas Wm,
Loate Chris. Warren W. D.
Askew Geo. A.
Burke R.
Fry W. IL, J.P
Fuller Henry
ESQUIMALT   DISTRICT   NAMES.
(SEE NOTE NORTH SAANICH.)
Note.—The names marked ila" are those of registered voters.   See also
general alphabetical list.
PARMERS, UNLESS OTHERWISE MARKED.
Abrams J. Hannam G.
Alston Peter Jollibois P., labourer,Vic.W.
Bales J. Chestney, acct. Ind. Jollibois C, labourer,Vic.W.
Reserve. a Keen W. H., R.C.Mission.
a Beck T., labourer, Pars. br. a Kriemler Conrad
a.Bevis A, H.,. keeper Fisgard light.
a Bland J., Half-way house.
a Blequire Mat., Vict. West.
Booth W.
Brayfield Ch., labourer.
Butts H.
Campbell A., Esq. Lagoon.
a Calvert P., Pars. br. hotel.
Carter Thomas
Casey Patrick
tf.P.P.
Craig-
O
a Cogan H.,
flower
a Dunn Jos.
a Dutnall George
a Elvin Geo., mariner, Vic.
West.
Etheridge G. R.
a Evans W., Vict. West,
a Everett Patrick,   "Horse
and Jockey" Inn.
Foster N. F.
a Francis Mat.
Gohr C, far. Esq. Lagoon..
a Golledge R., Ind. Reserve.
a Hawkins G. F.
| Hunt W., Albert Head.
a Lelievre Lyndon,  public
school teacher.
a Martin  Thos., mariner,
Esquimalt Road.
McDonald Duncan, employ.
C. Kriemler.
a McKenzie Geo.
a Newton E., em. K. McKenzie.
Parmiter W. H., Craigflower
Road.
Peatt Ar., Colwood Plains.
Pleace John, pub. sch. tea,
Pfluger H., far. Esq. Lagoon,
Porter James
Porter jr. James
Pringle W.
a Pooley C. E., Reg, S. C.
a Rossman E., farmer, Albert Head.
a Russell J., Esq. Road.
Saunders H.
Semple Robert, machinist,
V. West
Schencke John
Sharpe E. A., Superintendent Insane Asylum.] 66
ESQUIMALT TOWN NAMES.
Chappie R.
Munro II.
Pearse Captain
Sturton J.
Wafford Walter
Watson E.
a Wood  David,
Craigflower.
a Woodham R.
Wright J.
ISLANDS ADJOINING VANCOUVER.
GABRIOLA ISLAND.
Dignan F.
JAMES ISLAND.
Switzer John, manager Bel
mont Tanning Co,
Simpson Jonathan
a Stewart James
a Stewart John
a Stephens E., surveyor.
Stockham F.
labourer.
LASQUETI  ISLAND.
Tranfield George
ESQUIMALT TOWN NAMES.
N. B.—Esquimalt Town contains adults—whites,
22 females; natives—males 1, females, 1;  Chinese-
children—whites, 27 males, 34 females.    Total 148.
Almond Thos., "Coach and   a Howard John T
Horses" Inn.
Andrews Jas., steward Nav,
Hospital.
Arthur W.
Arthur John
Barrett Geo., carpenter.
50
ov males,
males 13;
Brookman  W., store-man
victualling yard.
Chivers Jer., boatman.
a Dare J., emp. W. Arthur
a Dobbin T. S., elk. Navy Y. McAustand C> carpenter
a Dods Th'os., cooper Vic. Y. McCarthy J., constable
a Doren John, "New Inn."
a Downer R. L., storehouse-
, Union
Hotel, postmaster.
a Hunter R., rev of. Cassair.
Innes J. H., storekeeper in
charge Navy Yard.
a Isbester J., boatman.
KeelerR., boatman.
LivockW. T., jun. tra. in
charge H.B.C. store.
Michaels E. H., labourer.
Moss E. L., M.D., Nav. Hos,
man.
a Dunstan J., "Ship Inn."
Evan Benj., carpenter.
a Farrell Wm., boatman.
Ferguson Jas., hackman.
a Fisher W., merchant, J.P.
McCarthy Dan,, labourer.
McKenzie J. A., engineer
in charge Navy Yard.
McKinnon J. A., boatman.
a Phillips R.,   storekeeper
Navy Yard.
PollardG., emp. J.T.Howard
a Pooley C. E., reg. S. C.
Goldsworthy W., barkeeper. Proviso   John,  emp. Wil-
a Gray Jos,, carpenter. liams A Arthur.
Green C. T., elk. Navy Yd.  Rorthwell Mrs. Mary
Harman T., boatman. Sandford H., emp. H.B.C.
Hinton John, labourer. a Scanlan Tim., stew. Boxer ESQUIMALT TOWN, HOPE & KAMLOOPS NAMES   67
a Scarf Geo., boatman.
Selleck Wm., "Globe Inn,"
Trickey Wm., emp. H.B.C.
Tugwell Thos., store.
Waterhouse T., labourer.
Whittingham E. A., restau.
Wilby E., ex. wag. & store.
Williams F., Navy Club.
a Yardley Thos. '
CHINESE.
Ah Chung, washing, etc.
Ah Kow, washing, etc.
Ah Soong, washing, etc.
Ah Sue, washing, etc.
Ah Tai, washing, etc.
Ah Tow, washing, etc.
Ah Wah, washing, etc.
Ah Yue, washing, etc.
Chan Yue, washing, etc.
Chan Sow, washing, etc.
Jung Why, washing, etc.
Man Sing, washing, etc.
Sing Lee.
Two domestic servants.
HOPE   NAMES   APJD   SUBURBS.
Anderson John, miner.
Agassiz H. N., farmer.
Bower J. A., sawmiller.
Camiios, Packer.
Carroll B., farmer and stock
grower.
Cooper H., Saw mill, Che-am.
Dewdney Walter, surveyor.
Forsyth Mathew, farmer.
Galloway Charles, saloon.
Grey W., farmer.
Glennie Mrs, school teacher.
Hamilton Thos., miner.
Herring Charles, farmer.
Hicks Thomas, farmer.
Anderson Peter, packer.
Bordennora Robert
Bonchier Joseph
Bowers J., empl. J. Peterson,
Boyd John, Gov't Agent.
Brown A.
Campbell L., Kamloops.
Carragher John, boatman.
Chaperone F., baker.
Church W. G, saloon.
Connor C, grazier, Barnard's Ggent.
Copp O., labourer.
Cormack R. S., empl. Mara
& Wilson.
Hunter Henry, farmer.
Jones W., farmer.
Kopp V,, mechanic.
Landvoigt G., merchant.
Letbridge Mrs., priv. school.
Lindsay James, packer.
Lorenzetti A., farmer.
Murphy Charles, miner.
Murphy James, farmer.
Rich Alex., wood merchant.
. Wardle James, mail agent.
Walker John, Farmer.
Walker H; S.. sawmiller.
Wirth John G., trader etc.
Yates W., HB.Co's, emp.
I    NAMES.
Dassonville A Wonnacott,
hotel keepers.
Dassonville Ernest, (see D.
& Wonnacott.
Doyle P., labourer.
Dupratt J., carpenter.
Foster Dan., lumberman.
Friend F. W.
Fraser P. J., sheep ranch.
Furry J* H., miner.
Gabe F., labourer. _
Gallager J., packer.
Gilbert S.,M.D.
Graudidier   Rev.   Father,
B.C. mission. •68.
KAMLOOPS AND KOOTENAY NAMES.
McLean Donald, packer.
'Guerrier and Shumacker,
blacksmiths.
Guerrier James, (see G. &
Shumacker.')
Guerrier Austin, engineer.
Guillaume V., storekeeper.
Gum H., empl. V. Guillaume.Nimmo Robert, clerk
Harris Pat., labourer, near   Pat hB., millwright
Kamloops
McFadden D., (see Mel. A
McFadden.
McQueen J. B., drover.
Nelson John engineer,
Newman B., stock grower.
Hebert O,, labourer.
Headland J. E., labourer.
Healy P., labourer.
Hull John, empl. H.B.C.
Hull W., empl. W. J. Roper.
Johnson John, packer.
Jones W.. farmer.
Keenan M., labourer.
Kennedy W., stock grower.
Knowles G. S., carpenter.
Lamprone A., farmer.
Laveau John carpenter.
Lawson John, miner.
Lefevre Alphonse, labourer.
Manento Aug,, boatman.
Mara & Wilson, merchants.
Mara J. A., M.P.P.
Mead J. S,, carpenter.
McDonald Benj., lumberman. Watson J. J., carpenter.
Passon Sam., dairyman.
Peterson John, ho^el.
Pendleton G. E.
Roper W. T„ stock grower.
Ruch Fred, grazier H.B.C.
Shumacker W., (see Guerrier & S.)
Smith A., blacksmith.
Smith Jesse, packer.
Spencer John labourer.
Stansfield, Frank.
Tait John, chief trader in
charge H.B.C.
Todd Robert, packer.
Tolmie Capt. A. J. Str.
Kamloops.
Toomey John, pilot Str.
Kamloops.
Walker Frank, lumberman.
McGhee	
Mcintosh and McFadden,
hotel keepers.
Mcintosh James, contractor.
McKenzie C, general store.
Wilson W. B., (see Mara
& Wilson.)
Wannacott G. B., (see Dassonville & W.)
DISTRICT
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, and one bed rock flume in construction. The industrial pursuits are chiefly gold mining, sluicing and teaming.    Taken from Census, £c., 1871.
Description.—[Communicated.]—Kootenay consists of a beautiful fertile valley, extending from the Tobacco Plains, at the Boundrry line, up to
the Howse Pass and Boat Landing on the Columbia, being 250 miles long.
At one point only half a mile intervenes between the source of the Columbia KOOTENAY DISTRICT NAMES.
69.
and the Kootenay river. Cattle and horses generally winter in the open air.
the weather being mild. The valley spreads like a panorama before the eye
for from fifty to seventy-five miles, from the Rocky* Mountains on the East to
the Selkirk Range on the West; the average breadth being thirty miles.
Towards the river the land is flat, capable of producing large crops. Of late
years-it has been proved that cereals and vegetables are produced second to
none. Bunch grass is everywhere in abundance. As regards the mines,
probably more men have left Kootenay with money than any other mining
camp in the Province. Over one million-dollars has found its way to Walla
Walla and Portland in trading, (the principal trade being in that direction),
and another half million by passengers, etc.; both amounts rather under
I estimated.
PERRY
Abolyne J., packer.
Evans J.
Ferner H., constable.
Hay den — far. A horse dea.
Mitchack H., packer.
CREEK,
Montgomery J., merchant.
Newberger M., emp. Oppenheimer A Co.
Oppenheimer & Co., merchants and packers.
Armstrong John
Brown John
Healey William
Kenney John
Montgomery Alex.
Moore Rodger
MINERS RESIDENT.
Moore Will.
Morrow W. M.
McGlinchy Pat.
Powers Richard
Ridgway John
Roberts J.
WILD  HORSE CREEK.
Schaiters Jos.
Shaw Robt.
Sweeney Frank
Sullivan R,
Thompson Jas.
Ashley Jos., farmer.
Bailey John, horse ranch.
Booth Corn., chief constable.
Booth H., constable.
Buckley W. packer.
Cannes H., horse dealer.
Chisholm 1)., merchant.
Dacres Geo., packer.
Galbraith John T., ranch.
Galbraith R., Kootenay ferry.
Hicks Eliza M., merchant.
Jenkins — far. & cattle dea.
Lorenzo A., stabling &c.
Marequito Leon, hotel.
Markley J., farmer,
Mense John E., farmer.
Milby W. clerk.
Mitchell Geo., clerk.
McMahon Frank, packer.
Phillips M.} packer & trader.
Pointer Theo., packer.
Seelye H. E., Customs officer
Shaw John, cattle merchant.
Stevens John, merchant.
Tod Ch., M.P.P., Kootenay.
Ah Kuk, butcher.
Ah Lun, merchant.
Ah Shun, blacksmith.
Ah Ward, butcher.
CHINESE.
Ah Yuk, butcher.
Ah Yip, ranch.
Sal Yip, merchant.
Wah Kee, merchant. 70.
KOOTENAY & LAKE DISTRICT NAMES.
Boobier John.
Boyle Peter
Deitz Ch.
Evans Joseph
Gallagher Ch.
Godfrey Will.
Griffith D.
Kelly Thos.
And
MINERS RESIDENT.
Kirk Patrick
Oliver Henry
Price Rich.
Price Henry
Rodgers J.
Saunders W. H.
Sehreider Henry
Smith J. A.
200 Chinese miners, 1873.
Smyllie J. A.
Westley Jos,
Wilson Capt.
Whyte Jos., Nip
& Tug Co.
Woods W.
SEMILKAMEEN VALLEY,
Allison J. & Hayes J., stock ranchers and traders.
Barcelo Manuel, cattle ranch Nicholson J., (see Price & N)
Cole Thos., cattle ranch. Phillips J. Y., clerk.
Price & Nicholson, stock ranchers and traders.
Price Barrington, (see Price & Nicholson.)
Richter F. Shuttle worth J. K., clerk.
Robinson Thos.
OSOYOOS LAKE.   .
Haynes J. C, chief customs col.
ROCK  CREEK.
Price & Nicholson, merchants and packers
Thorp Alwyn, clerk.
Kreuger T. merchant.
LAKE   D2STRSCT
Names marked thus "a" are registered voters,
SEE NOTE NORTH SAANICH.
ALL PARMERS.
Jack A.
a Johnson A.
Johnston W.
Kranz F.
a Kriemler E.
a Lindsay G.
a McHugh Henry
a McHugh jr. H.
a O'Donnell T.
a Porter Robt.
Rawden Moses
a Ricketts S.
a Rowland G.
a Birkin G.
a Brown G.H.
Wilson, J.P
a Colley G.
a Crarey Robert
a Durance J.
Griffiths J.
a Foote W.
a Francis J.
Fredison D.
a Heal John
■a Hillier W. j
a Horrie John
IES.
See also general list.
a Sadler JE.
a Simpson Capt, J.
a Smallbones C., R.
Royal Oak
Snider John
a Snider W.
a Stevens John
Wale Wm.
a Webber John
Williams Ed.
Williams E. A.
Wybrow Alex.
HIGHLAND DISTRICT NAMES.
a Maltby R.    a Maltby T.    Simpson E. H.     a Tyler W. LILLOOET & LYTTON NAMES.
71.
LILLOOET
IES.
Baily G., farmer.
Ballard G. T., Pavilion Mt.
Bradley M. empl. R. Hoey.
Brady M., farmer,
Brown W., 15 M. House
Burgess W., Pern. Mead.
Budwig E., trader.
Carson R.,"farmer, Pavilion
Mountain.
ChadwickW., J, P,
Church J. H., res.
Clark -—, farmer.
Cole Thos., 18 M. House.
Cullen P., trader.
Crozier J., flour mill.
Currie J., farmer, 17 miles.
Dickey J., farmer.
Eastman F..harness mkr.
Ferguson A. B., prop. Ferguson's ex, to Clinton.
Gillon M., farmer.
Haliday J., Pern. Mead.
Holt L., farmer.
Hoey Thomas, farmer.
Hoey R., trader.
Hughes T. L. Shaw, 21 Mile
House, hotel keeper.
Italian Joseph, farmer, 11
miles from Lillooet.
Jamieson Robert, res.
Krous J., farmer.
Lamorrean F., Pavilion Mt.
Larochelle F., farmer.
Lee W., Pavilion Mills.
Latero  L.,   8 M.   House,
Fountain.
Lord John, school tea.
Macarthy M., farmer.
Macartney   S,,   empl.  Dr.
Featherstone.
Mackay F., farmer.
Martley Capt., farmer.
Miller J. ferryman.
McField J., carpenter.
McGilvery J., res.
Ordini J., storekeeper.
Poole Thomas, farmer.
Rountree C, farmer.
Roberts John, farmer.
Sampson W., Road Supt.
Salisbury W.,  farmer, 14
Mile Creek.
Scott J. H., farmer.
Smith   A. W.  trader and
Gov't agt.
Schubert Mrs., hotel.
Schubert Miss Pub. school.
Spellman Thos. saloon.
Swartz J., farmer. I
Tesch B., farmer.
Tinker Geo., trader.
Tynon E., trader.
W oods J. W., res.
CHINESE.
Man Lee, merchant.
Wah Yue merchant.
Wing Wo, trader.
LYTTON   ^A^ES.
Allard Louis
Anderson Jas., carpenter.
Bailie Geo., farmer.
Blatchford H., blacksmith.
Boucherat Jules, store-keeper        and Gov't Agent.
Buie A. L. Earl Thos. G., farmer.
Cavanagh Geo., carpenter.    Featherstone Dr.
Chapman Jas., flour mill.
Clapperton J. W., Nicomen
House.
Coxon Geo., store keeper 72.   LYTTON, METCHOSIN & SOOKE DISTRICT NAMES.
Good Rev. J. B., Episcopal
Mission.
Guerora Antonio, farmer.
Hansey H, faimer.
Hautier Louis, hotel keeper.
Hazelgrove Jos., miner.
Johnson Josaph
Kilroy Patrick, butcher.
Leighton W. K., tele, opera.
Loring Lorenzo D., farmer.
McBride Jas., tinsmith.
McCormick Mich., labourer.
Mclntyre John, clerk and
postmaster.
McPhillips T., trader.
McWha W., stable keeper.
Pritchard J., trader.
Puckett W., farmer.
Ribidu Frank, carpenter,
Richeley Geo., farmer.
Roberts John E.
Roles Charles, farmer.
Salisbury A Denning, farm.
Seward Thos., farmer.
Stevenson A.
Smith Geo., butcher.
Sproat Robt., hotel keeper.
Stevenson A., road supt.
Swartz Thos., farmer.
Thompson   Capt.,   Lytton
post office.
Watkinson Joseph, farmer.
Weston John, shoemaker.
DISTRICT   NA^ES.
PARMERS.
Brown C. Monaghan
Coles George. Rocky Point.
a Cook J, G. S., Rocky Point.
Fisher W.
a Fraser Donald
a Gleed Thomas
Gribble John
a Helgeson H. L.
a Irving jr. Peter
a Irving W. J. Morison
Lindsay Miss Annie, Pub,
scnool teacher.
Morrow Samuel
Mull Isaac
Parker John
a Pears W.
a Pears George
Rappitt D.
a Scott L.
Toop H.
a Vine jr. Edward.
Watson J.
a Weir Robert, J. P.
a Weir John
Weir Adam
Witty Mrs. John
a Williams Charles
METLAKATLAH.
Duncan W., Episcopal Mission, Chimpsean Indians.
NAAS.
Tomlinson Rev. R., Episcopal Mission.
SOOKE   DISTRICT   NAMES.
Barney Donald
Brule J. B.
Cartwright W.
FARMERS.
a Charters J, F.
Dechent John
Keith James
Morgan J.
McMillan J. W.
McMillan A. J. SOOKE DISTRICT & NANAIMO NAMES.            73
McMillan D.
Muir Robert
Thomas B.
Michael E. H.
Parsons W. E.
a Tugwell T.
Muir sr, John
Poirrier J. B.
Turner F.
Muir John
Schoelim C.
Welch James
Muir Michael
Thrope James
Young W.
NANAIMO   NAMES..
N. B.—1874.— T,
he District of Nanaimo, V. I., returns a pop-
ulation of 934
whites, 200 Chinese,
and 750 natives; total,
1,884.   Has one saw mill in operation.   Shipped in 1873,
39,631 tons of
coal,    (exports.)
Allan Wm.
Clarke Wm. ■
Emrick C.
Allan John
Clarke Robert
Evans E.
Allan James
Coles Wm.
Fawcett T. Lea
Akenhead James
Coiman E.
Gov. Agt.
Akenhead T.
Coudon James
Fenny Arthur,
Akenhead W.
Condon J.
Contractor.
Alexander Mark
Cooper Henry
Fiddick Samuel
Archer Samuel
Cornish Thomas
Fihlay C.
Baker George
Cowling Wm.
Fisher John
Baker W. 0.
Curlett Thomas
Fletcher C.
Baker John
Curry John
Fletcher A. M.
Barker N.
Curry Jos.
Ford John -
Bate Mark
Davis John E..
Foster J.
Beck Robert
Davis John
Fulton Robert
Beck James
Davis Benj.
Galbraith John
Beck Wm.
Derrick Rev. T.
Galloway Alex.
Bevilockaway J.
Wesley Mis.
Ganner Sr., Elijah
Bevilockaway G.
Dick A.
Ganner Jr., Elijah
Birmingham T.
Dick John
Ganner Joseph
Bode Henry
Dick J ames
George Rich.
Bolton H. "
Dishow George
Gerrittsen Albert
Bradley James
Dixon A. J.
Gibbs Benj.
Bradley Philip
Doran F.
Gilbert John R. .
Brinn W.
Drake Samuel
Gibson Rich.
Brook C. S.
Drexell L.
Gill Alfred
Brown Isaac
Drew R.
Gillespie Jas. *$&
Brown G.
Drummond C.
Glaholm Thos.
Brown Robert
Dunn Daniel
Gordon D. W., car
Brown W.
Dunsmuir R.
penter.
Bryden John
Eade James
Gough Edwin
Cairns Joseph
Earle W.
Goue;h Samuel
Cairns Thomas
Easson A.
Grandum John
Canfield John
Egerton F. W.
. Grimes H
Carstairs J. A.
Elliot Mark
Gribble John 74.
NANAIMO NAMES.
Gray John
Gullion C.
Haggard W. M.
Hall Robert
Hallern M.
Hamilton J.
Hamilton John
Hamilton S. B.
Hamilton A.
Harper J.
Harris S.
Harris James
Harris Jer,
Harrower S.
Hart J,
Harvey G. D.
Harvey James
Hawkes T.
Hawkes James
Hickson J. C.
Hilbert John
Hill John
Hillsworth John
Hilton G.
Hirst John
Hoar F.
Hobbing John
Holden John
Hopkins D.
Hooke C.
Hoosie Wm.
Home W. A.
Hoskin John
Howse James
Howse George
Hughes Wm.
Hugo J.
Hunter A.
Hunter J.
Isbister Wm.
Jackson John
James R.
Jeffray Wm.
Jenkins -John
Jenkins W. H.
Johns W. A.
Jones David
Jones T. C.
Jones A.
Jones Thomas
Jones T. D.
Jones W.McN,M.
Jerome Heury
Kaufman Frank
Kearney Patrick
Keiler Edward
Knight James
Krakow Henry
Landale John J.,
Sur. & C.E.
Laugston J.
Lawless J.
Levi S. D.
Lewis Wm.
Lindburgh P.
Lindsay H.
Little Frank L.
Loat C.
Lucas Henry
Machin Wm.
Malcolm John
Malpass John
Manley M.
Manuel Wm,
Martenz Edw.
Martin J.
Martin Wm.
Martin Thomas
Marwick John
May Wm.
Mayer A., store.
Meakin John
Meakin Jr. John
Meakin Fred
Mellado Bruno .
Merrifield P.
Milburn T.
Mills G.
Morgan T.
Morgan W.
Morgan S.
Morgan John
Morton T.
Morris John
Morris David
Muir A.
Murphy T.
McBride D.
D.McDonald John
McDermott T.
McFarlane W.
McKenzie J,
McKinlay A.
McKinlay James
McLaughlan D.
McLauglan J.
MeLeod A.
McNeil John
Neill John
Nightingale R.
Nixon G.
Norris R.
Norris G., prop.
Na. Free Press.
Old George
Orton H L.
O'Reily J.
O'Sullivan T.
Page Louis
Papley Alexander
Papley Peter
Papley Joseph
Parry Thomas
Parkin Robert
Pawson John
Payne Charles
Peck Thomas E.
Peat James
Penny Thomas
Perkins J.
Perkins H.
Philips James
. Plant J.
Pope James
Pryor E.
Quennell E„
Randle J.
Ran die Wm.
Randle James
Raybould W.
Reamer F. NANAIMO NAMES.
Reid James
Reid William
Renwick John
Reynard Rev J.,
Epis Mis.
Reynolds Wm.
Rich William
Richardson R.
Richardson John
Richardson Hugh
Roberts G.
Roberts D.
Robertson Duncan
Rodgers Thos.
Ross John
Rowbotham F.
Rowe Josiah .
Sabiston John
Sabiston Jr,, John
Sabiston J. McKay
Sabiston Eneas
Sampson John
Scales Jr., John
Sage Jesse
Sage William
Sage Geo.
Saunders F. J.
Sewell Joseph
Senakar F.
Skymon A.
Smith John
Smith H. P.
Smithirst E.
Stecker Thomas
Stepney A.
Stewart James
Stubbings R.
Stewart William
Storey Thomas
Stove James
Tate Charles
Taylor Peter
Tennant John
Thames Henry
Thomas P.
Thomas D.
Thompson John
Thompson James
Thompson G.
Toop Hector
Tregoning Wm.
Tretheway S.
Walker E.
Wall Thomas
Walmsley C.
Watson G.
Watson Wm.
Webb J.
Webb W. E.
Webb Moses
Webb David
Westmoreland R.
Westwood J.
Westwood R.
Westwood J.
Westwood Joseph
Whitmore C.
Whitmore T. S.
Wild F.
Wiles E.
Wilkes J.
Wilkes Thomas
Wilkes William
Wilkinson Mich.
Wilson J.
Williams David
Williams Thos. H.
Williams John
Williams Jr. John
Wills Wm.
Wren John
Wood A.
Woodward W.
Woodward J.
Wyatt Edwin
Young   Charles,
pub. sch. tea.
Young Mrs, C.
pub. sch, tea.
NANAIMO DISTRICT—ALL FARMERS.
Baines R.
Beck Robert
Biggs John
Bilboa F.
Bonell Henry
Brannan John
Brannan Peter
^Brenton John
Burrell James
Conn William
Christie John
Curran William
Chappie Richard
Crawford George
Dingman Thomas
Dolholt John
Dunn Daniel
Dupuy Theophilus
Dickson John
Edgar Magnus
EllesJ.P., Nanoose
Bay.
Fear John
Ferguson Jr. J.
Ferguson John
Franklyn H.
Franklyn Sidney
Frew David
Ferguson Joseph
Francis Samuel
Gordon James
Goss Henry
Geldard H.
Gray Robert
Greaves H.
Green John
Haslam R.
Heath H.
Higgins John
Hogan W. M.
Hogan David
Hughes William
Hughes Robert
Innis John
Kemp John NANAIMO & NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES.
Leboeuf T.
Lockhart W. 0.
Mitchell F.
McGuffie T.
McLay J.
Nicholas T.
Orwin Wm.
Overton D.
Pearce C. E.
Proven John
Penborthy J.
Parsons Philip
Raper Benjamin
Raper Alfred
Raper James
Richardson A. J,
Rowe Marcus
Sabiston Peter
Stark Louis
Tranfield A.
Tranfield G.
Throup Alfred
Veale Francis
Voight A. J. J.
Waddington S.
Westwood W. J.
Westwood David
White C.
Wiles Emmanuel
York Charles
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.
lotal, with natives, 1650, Contains three saw mills, capable of cutting 183,000 feet of lumber daily; one grist mill
and one distillery.   (Mem. from Census, April, 1871.)
Allen P., schoolmaster.
Anderson R., tinsmith.
Andrews Richard, carpenter,
Armstrong G. II„ miner.
Armstrong W., farmer.    .
Armstrong J. C., miner.
Armstrong T., Watchman.
Armstrong Hon.    W.   J.,
M.P.P., Min. Finance.
Arnaud A., wine  &  spirit
merchant.
Atkins E. R. farmer.
Beers James, cooper.
Bennett George, butcher.
Black G., butcher & farmer.
Black Mrs. A. W. S.
Blackie Walter, blacksmith.
Bloomfield J., cook.
Boell C. L., printer.
Bonson L. F., Carpenter.
Breed C. H., brewer.
Brown & Hughes,  editors
Dom, Pac. Herald.
Brown   E.,   wine &   spirit
merchant.
Browne O. W., baker.
garden
Bruce Henry, carpenter.
Buckner A. saloon keeper.
Burr Sen. J., pensioner.
Bushby A. T.. S.M. & C.C.
Justice.
Campbell A., cooper.
Clarkson W. nurserj
Cook T., bar-keeper.
Crart Philip, miner.
Cummings A., miner.
Cummingham J., importer
& general dealer.
Davis J,, photographer.
Dawson John, librarian.
Deane R. W., carpenter.
Deben R., general dealer.
Deitz G., lumber merchant
Devoy John, bootmaker.
Dickinson R., butcher.
DeHerbomez Right Rev. Dr,
R. C. Mission.
Dingle G. H.
eng.
str. On
ward.
Digby C, bricklayer.
Durien Very Rev. Father,
R. C.
vie.
gen. NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES.
Edmonds H. V., auct. and
land agent.
Edwards D., saloon.
Edwards W., constable.
Edwards W., gardener.
Eichoff F., gen. dealer.
Eichoff H. tailor.
El lard J., merchant.
Elliot H., teamster.
Elliot R, S , carpenter.
Ewen A., fisherman.
Fick F., grocer and baker.
Fisher  W.,   com.  mere. A
importer.
Fisher A., clerk.
Fitzgerald J., labourer.
Flux'James, labourer.
Forrest F. Gordon, miner,
Foster Wm , farmer.'
Foster John, teamster.
German P. landing waiter.
Gleadon R., farmer.
Godfrey Frank, labourer.
Hall James, stone mason.
Hancock W. A., labourer.
Harvey William, baker.
Harvey J. W., clerk.-.
Hankins Alfred, bricklayer.
Hennessey D., tinworker.
Herring S. W., farmer.
Hogan  H,  wine  &   spirit
merchant.
IIolbrook IL, imp. & com.
mer.. J.P., M.P.P.
Holmes W, farmer.
Homer F. A., man. lum.
M. Deitz A Nelson.
Horris Rev. O. M. L, R.
Mission.
Howay W., carpenter.
Howell Robt., road maker,
loyal Rev. Father O. M. I.,
R. C. Mission.
Hume Robt., miner.
yd-
c.
Insley A., steamboat pilot.
Irving Capt. John, sts. Reliance and Onward.
Jackson Adam, butcher.
Jackson Oliver, tin worker.
Jacques John, waiter.
Jameison Rev., Pres by. Mis.
Janes John, lawyer.
Johnstone W., bootmaker.
Johnston J., bootmaker.'
Johns Isaac, clerk.
Jennings   Mrs.,   Columbia
Hotel.
Kaye Fred, fishmonger.
Keary Mrs., Telegraph Hotel.
Kelly J., Royal Hospital.
Kirkland R., labourer.
Kirkland John, farmer.
Lee C, engineer.
Lewis W. R., stage prop.
Litster Wm., miner.
Lloyd Wm., teamster.
Loggie A., fish canner and
exporter.
McBride A„ gaoler.
McDonagh C., labourer..
McE wen T., night watchman.
Mclnnis, L. R., M.D.
McKenzie G, farmer.
McLellan John, clerk.
McMurphy J., clerk.
McNamara J., constable.
McRoberts Hugh, farmer.
Major A Pafiard, imp. A gen.
dealers.
Major   C. G,    (see M.   &
Paffard.
Manson P., cooper.
Masters S. H, clerk.
Maynard Jos., carpenter.
Metcalf J., carpenter.
Moresby Mrs., school teaeher.
Moresby W., constable.
Morey John, constable.
Humphries James carpenter. Morrison James, land agent.
Insley Wm., carpenter. Murray John, bootmaker
isley J., barkeeper.
Murray G., telegraph opera. NEW WESTMINSTER NAMES
Newton Geo., logger.
Odin George, cooper.
Paffard F., (see Major A P.)
Page G., fisherman.
Patterson Robert, logger.
Peele A., chem. & druggist.
Picht Ernest,  wine & spirit
merchant.
Powars R., resident.
Powers W., carpenter.
Postle E., carpenter.
Prichard T. H„ barber.
Rodick H. G., farmer.
Rodick Thomas farmer.
Rogers J., logging cont.
Russ Rev. R., Weslyan Ch.
Saunder, W., miner.
Scott John T., spirit dealer,
Lieut. Seymour Artillery.
Sheils B. W„ carpenter.
Smith D. L., labourer.
Smith James, fisherman.
Stark J., fireman.
Sutherland H., shingle mak.   Sing Lee, grocer.
Suter J. K., prop. Mainland   Sing Sing, grocer.
Guardian.
Tait V. B., post master.
Trew C. N., M.D. & cor.
Turner Rev. J., Wesleyan
Mission.
Varnen W., fisherman.
Vaughan John butcher.
Walsh Thomas, tailor.
Watson, John tinsmith.
Webster John, imp. A deal.
Webster G. C. clerk.
Wintermute J., carpenter.
Wise J., fisbm'onger.
Withrow D.. cabinet maker.
Woodcock F., saloon.
Woods V. C. T., archdeacon.
British Columbia.
Woodward E„ labourer.
Young H. retail spr. dealer.
CHINESE
Ah Pow, grocei.
E. Hop, grocer
Jen Lee, baker.
etc.
Joe,
grocer.
Wah Sing, washing.
New Westminster District & Fraser River Names.
FOE THE MOST PART FARMERS.
NORTH ARM, FRASER RIVER.
Betts E.
Ferris W. D.
Robson D. W.
Blondell Wm.
Garrippe S.
Rowling W. H.
Boyd H.
Kilgour Alex.
Scratehey W. J
Brighouse S.
Mould H.
Smith Jas. W.
Cochrane John
McCleary S.
Wood Chis.
DeBeck H.
McCleary F.
Wood Robt.
Ferris E.
McKee H.
SOUTH ARM, FRASER RIVER.
Arthur Jas.
Byrom Geo.
Green A. R.
Arthur J. H.
Cooley J.
Green C. T.
Booth J.
Deas J. S,
•Hosking J.
Booth J. W.
Dishey W,
Hoskinff Jr., J.
Brenridge W.
Foster W. P.,
Fr.
Ibbotson John
Browne E.
R. beet sugar
farm
Kent Wm.
Burr Jos. B.
Gossett W T.
Kirkland J. NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT, &c, NAMES.     79.
Ladner Thos. E.
Ladner W. H.
Main G; B.
Sanders A, W.
Andrews R. W.
Barnes John
Burton R,
Cormick John
Couch John   ,
Cox M.
Darche J.
Evans 0. II.
Anderson P. L.
Bales N. J.
Bryant Rev. C,
Wesley Mis.
Burton Ralph
Campbell W.
Chadsey G.
Chadsey J.
Chadsey W.
Chadsey C.
Collinson -Thos.
Dunne M.
English John
Griffiths D. W.
Airth David
Amory D.
Atherton B. L.
Barker H. W.
Barker J.
Bears J. H.
Bell John
Brown Chas.
J. Blanchard.
Clerk G.
Craswell John
Deroehay James
Evans Mrs.
Fisher F.
Forsyth John
Gardner Robt. C.
Gillanders D.
Simpson Geo.
Simpson Jas.]
Smith W.
Sutherly J. R.
MATSQUI.
Evans j D.
Hawkins A.
Holm Jane-
Grandidier Rev. C.
Kelly John
• Kelcher M.
Miller C. H.
Morr C.
SUMASS.
Hall E.
Hall W.
Hardison J.
Henderson   P. L.,
Millers landing.
Hodgson R. W.
Lane Win.
Langton M.
Lewis Thos.
Miller D.     "
Mussel white J.
Miliar D. W.
McGillivray D.
McKinnen W.
CHILLIWACK.
Gillanders "C. W.
Gillanders M. F.
Gillanders W. L.
Green Saml.
Grafton C.
Hall W.
Hall E.
Hall Matthew
Kipp Isaac
Kipp H.
Knowles Reuben
Malloy J., tele.
oper. Che-am.
McCutcheon John
McMillan R.
Musselwhite J*.
Nelms C.
Tallon Isaac
Tasker J.
McClure John
Passmore S.
Smith Alex.
Sword S. C. B.
Turner Geo.
Williams E.
McDonald S.
McWha Miss M.,
pub. school.
Prest W.
Rain James
Richards 0. M,
Robinson Fred.
Turk John
Vedder Adam
Vedder Allan
Vedder V.
Wade Francis
Wilson C.
York Thomas
Peers A., sch. tea.
Perkins C
Pickles Wm.
Portway R.
Ready R. C.
Reece J.
Roberts John
Ryder J. F.
Ryder C. S.
Shamare J.
Shamare S.
Scudder Thos.
Shannon Wj
Shannon Thos.
Shelford JohD
Sickers J.
Strouss H, W. 80.
NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT, &&., NAMES'.
Starn F.
Steward J.
■Sweetman M.
Toop Hector
Webb Horatio
Wells Allen
Wells David
Wells John
Whitfield John
Whitfield R.
Wilder D. S.
Willey John
Willonghby R.
Young Charle-
FRASER RIVER ABOVE NEW WESTMINSTER.
Anderson R.
Anderson A. G.
Assenatt Wm.
Bailey Robt.
Railey Richard
Balls H. P.,  St.
Mary's Mis.
Bell J. E.
Black Geo.
Brough John
Dawson H,
Frost K.
Greenham T.
Hammond G.
Hammond John
Harris W. J.
Henderson T.
Howieson W.
Howieson G.
Jenkins W.
Johnstone M.
Mclvor J.
McFarlane J.
McEinney J.
McLean Capt.
Muench J.
Nash   Dr.,   St.
Mary's Mis,
Nelson W.
Newton W. II.
Pollock E.
Smith W. IT.
Todd J. II.
Allard O., H.B.C.
Allard J,
Baker P..
Burr W. H., pub.
sch.tea.
Chellen J.
Churton A.
Clark J. A.
Clark Wm.
Cromarty P.
Cromarty W.
Cromarty D.
Cromartv W. J.
CudlipThos.
Elkins J.
Elman J.
LANGLEY.
Emplaye W.
Fallardeau T.
Freeman A.
Gibbs W. W., storekeeper.
Gilmore A.
Houston J.
Innis A.
Innis W.
James J.
Johnston P.
Johnstone T.
Jolly J.
Kennedy J.
Mackie J.
Mackie R. W.
Maxwell J.
Morrison K.
Mcintosh A.
McDonald C.
McGinnis J.
McKee Robt.
McKeeH.
Nicholls W.
Robinson R.
Robinson S.
Rousseau F.
■Taylor J.
Thorne J.
Towle W.
Wark H.
Williams A.
BOUNDARY BAY AND  SEMIAHMOO ROAD.
Brader 0.
Brewer W. J.
Brown>0. W.
Connop C.
Despard J,
Gilpin Wm.
Gunnell John
Hunt C.
Lakin Francis
Morgan D.
McDougall A.
McDougall W.
MeLeod Hugh
McQuaig John
Newman II.
Pike Caleb
Pike W,
Price S.
Stinson R.
Todd J, C.
Woodward J. NEW WESTMINSTER PURLIC SOCIETIES, &c.       81.
New Westminster Public Societies, &c.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL.
R. Dickinson, Mayor, R. W. Deane,
J. Cunningham, H. Elliott,
C. G. Major, E. Brown,
J. C. Armstrong, J. Morrison, Clerk.
PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Jas. Cunningham, Chairman,       J. Dawson, Librarian,
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY.
J. K. Suter, President, J. McMurphy, Secretary,
J. T. Scott, Vice President,    J. Dawson, Chaplain.
Capt. J. Irving, Treasurer,
MASONS.
OFFICERS OF UNION LODGE No. 9, A. F. & A. M.
V. B. Tait, W. M. R. Dickinson, Treasurer,
Wm. Fisher, Secretary.
R 0 YjlL COL UMBIAN H0SP1TAL.
R. Dickinson, President,       A. Peele, Hon. Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS.
NEW WESTMINSTER LODGE, No. 3.
W. R. Lewis, N. G., A. Ewen, Secretary,
B. W. Shiels,- V. G, J. Morey, Treasurer.
MILITIA.
NEW WESTMINSTER RIFLES, No. 1.
Captain, Henry V.Edmonds, Ensign, A. Peele,
Lieutenant, J. Burr, Sen.       Color Sergt., J. McMurphy.
VOLUNTEERS.
SEYMOUR ARTILLERY.
Lieut. Commanding, J. T. Scott,
Quartermaster Sergeant, J. Murray.
ilGOLA VALLEY NASVSES.
Carrington Thomas
Charters R. & J.
Christian L., farmer.
Clapperton John, farmer A
Postmaster.
Contlee Alex., farmer.
Douglas John
Dubball John, farmer.
Gilmore John, Nicola Lake.
Lambley T. M., farmer. '
Lettice Robert farmer.
Moore Robt., Nicola Lake.
Mitchells A Bros., Nicola
Lake.
Morton S., Nicola Lake.
Palmer W.
PoBten E., farmer.
Robb Alex., farmer. 82.   NICOLA VALLEY, N. SAANICH & OMINECA NAMES.
Vernon James, Coldstream.
Woodward H. H, farmer.
Steynell M., farmer.
Turner R. W., farmer.
Lundbaum A. W., Nicola Lake
NORTH   SAANICH   NAMES.
In April, 1871.—I he Census returns for North Saanich, South
Saanich, Highland District, Lake, Victoria Dietrict, Esquimau District, Metchosin, Sooke, and Esquimalt Town, was
2,181 for whites, coloured, Chinese and natives.
Note.—The Author regrets that, from unavoidable causes, the list of
names from these Districts, except the last, are more imperfect than he could
wish.
Note.—Names marked
a Anderson A. C,
JP.
Anderson Alex.
Bennett A. J.
a Brethour Sam.
a Brethour John
a Brethour Julius
a Bradbury J. W.
a Brown Robt.
a Bryden James
Brookman H.
ButchearF.
a Clark W.
a Clark Isaac
a Coulter David
Crown H.
a Downey J. J.
a Ferguson Thos.
Gasper H.
"a" are those of registered
General List,
ALL FARMERS.
a Gray W-, lab'r.
a Higgs G.
Hirth W.
a Horth C. W.
Hutchins W.
a Irvine Peter
James J.
Jackson H.
a Jarvis W., lab'r.
Johns Richard
Leclerc N.
a Moses D. D.
a McDonald D.
Mclmric P.
Mcllmoyl J.
McNagh B.
a McWinnough J.
Otto J.
a Owens W.
voters
(See also "/"
Page W.
a Pearce John.
a Phillips J.
a Reay W.
a Reay C. H.
a Reid W.
a Reid D. B.
Richard John
a Roberts S.
Ryan C.
a Sadler E.
Schmidt J.
a Simpson H.
a Towner W.
a Wain Henry
a Williams W. H.
Williams John
a Washington J.
OMINECA    NAVIES.
Bryant John
Coote Philip
Conners P.
Cunningham &
Hankin, Skeena
traders.
Cullen R.
Evans Reece
Fairbrother G,
Fay T., trader.
Frigon E.
Froats H.
Girod & Guichon,
traders.
Griffiths J.
Graham A.
Hathaway G. P.
Harris John
Johnston J. C.
Kern M. J.
Kenney G.
King M.
Keynton W., Ger-
mausen Creek.
Lane C.
Leschenrs C.
Martin G. ..0KANAGAN & QUESNELLE-MOUTH NAMES.     83.
May James
Murray G.
Mclntoah A.
McDermid D.
McKinnon C.
PageF.. Gvt. Ag.
Roach Sam.
Robinson John
Roles C.    I
Sterling W.
Stevens C.
Thomas J.
Williamson W.
Woodcock W. H.
OKANAOAN   N ARSES.
Baudre    Father,
Ok, Mis.
Bray Ed.
Brant John,   Ok.
Mission.
Christian L.
Fortune   A. L., Lequiare E., Ok.
head of lake. Missi o n.
Gillard A.,   Ok. Smithson Mrs.
Mission,. Tronson E.
Greenhow, O'Keefe Vance A.
<te Co., head Vernon Messrs.,
of lake. Coldstream.
Bennett P.
Bennett Fred
SP1LHUCHEEN—OKANAGAN  P.  0.
Fortune A. L. Lamly M.
Harlan d Henry
Wicher Herman
!ESI
>m
Armetage John, trader and fur trapper.
Arnold Thomas, miner.
Barry John, drayman.
Boyd John, pro. Cold Spring House.
Bohaum S. H., farmer, Bohaum Ranch.
Bohaum Edward, farmer, Bohaum Ranch.
Brousseau A., saloon.
Brousseau Richard, farmer.
Boulanger Jean, farmer.
Boulanger Pierre, farmer.
Barlow Abraham, J.P., postmaster, trader A teamster,
Brown & Gillis, Occidental Hotel.
Brown Thomas, (see Brown & Gillis.)
Bouchey William, farmer.
Brown Joseph, farmer.
Christie Andrew, carpenter.
Cohen A Hoffman, merchants.
Cohen Loi, (see Cohen & Hoffman.)
Carson Alfred, empl. C. H. Heath.
Downs Wm., farmer, Australian Ranch.
Duhig D. D., saloon, Quesnelle.
Drury Richard, labourer.
Danielson Charles, farmer.
Evans Ezra, fur trader and trapper.
Elmire M. P., empl. S. H. Bohaum.
Farquharson Charles, labourer. 84.
QUESNELLE-MOUTH NAMES.
Green John, teamster.
Gillis Benjamin, (see Brown & G.)
Girod & Guichon, merchants.
Giron Jean, (see G. A Guichon.)
Guichon A., (see Girod & G.)
Hudson Bay Co., Robt. Williams in charge.-
Hoffman Wolff, (see Cohen & H.)
Hagartyh Michael M., empl. S. H. Bohaum.
Heath C. IL, pro. blacksmith shop.
Herron Wm., miner.
Hawthorn David, labourer.
Johnson P. L., restaurant.
Kersley Charles, farmer.
Kerr Jas. H,, brewer.
Kwong Lee & Co., merchants,
Livingston David, farmer.
McDonald John, empl. S. H. Bohaum.
MePhail Angus, lessee A. Brousseau Ranch.'
McGowen Patrick, miner.
McGillis John, miner.
Nolan Dan., resident.
Ollosin Andrew, farmer, Australian Ranch.
Pacey Robert, farmer and miner.
Portway Richard C, empl. A. Barlow.
Pollock James, farmer.
Poole R., resident.
Reid Jas., "Terminus Store," and agent Barnard's Ex.
Robb David, lessee Danielsqn Ranch.
Robertson Duncan, blacksmith.
Ross Charles, ferryman.
Ross D. H., Cottonwood Ranch.
Shepherd E. C, ferryman, Quesnelle River.
Stone James, telegraph operator.
Sylvester Rufus, mail carrier, Quesnelle to Peace River.
Wallace Alex., pro. 13 mile house.
Williams Errick, carpenter,
Williams Robert, trader, H. B. Co.
Yic Kee, Merchant.
Eiver Trail from William's Lake to Lillooet.
ALKALI    LAKE.
Buie Wm.      Philippine A.       Spencer W. H.      Terry A.
CHIMNEY  CREEK.
Ismadi — Branston J. Rose J. S. SAANICH, THOMPSON RIVER, &c, NAMES.     85.
dog creek, 12 miles from Canoe Creek.
Brown S. L. Gallagher J. Pigeon M. *"
Brown C, miller.   Gaspard W. Twentyman    A.,
Bowe IL, farmer.    Halla J.,   Dog trader.
Cargyle W. Creek Trail.    Wycott W., store.
Bennett A., Crows Bar
CANOE  CREEK.
Ritchie M. or R. P.      Wood J.
Hone John
BIG BAR  (MEEK.
Griader Philip"
m\
ES,
(SEE NOTE TO NORTH
FARMERS.
Note.—Names mar
general list.
a Alexander C.
a Bartelman P.
. Brown R.
Rrown G. H. Wil-.
son, J.P.
Bruckman H.
a Bryant J. D.
a Butler G. S.
Colley G.
a Davies John C.
a Dean S.
Donelly F.
Eckstein L., hotel.
a Estes Jackson
Estes Howard
Frank Paul
a Greig John
Gray John
a Harrison G.
Hogan J.
a Holden J,
ked
SAANICH.)
are those of registered voters.   See alao
a Jackson W. H.
a Johns Edwin
Johns R.
a Kelly James
a Lewis L. L.
Long David
a Marcore X.
a Mitchell Thos.
Mundell    John,
pub. sch. tea.
a McHugh H.
McHugh W.
McMillan Jesse '
O'Donnell Thos.
a Page W.
Papillon J.
a Poole H.
Potter Thos.
Quittenden H.
Richardsbn W,
Roberts S.
Rowe J.
Saunders C.
Scott E.
Smith J.
a Simpson H.
Simpson Jr. H.
Skitch T.
a Spotts F.
JStasks Lewis
a Thomson W.
a Towey M.
a Thomas G.
aTurgoose W,
Vincent J.
Welch James.
a Wems H.
White T.
a Young H;
BON  RWEB  NAMES.
POST OFFICE ADDRESS—FORT KAMLOOP-S:
Campbell Lewis
Cooper   V.   M-,
teamster.
FARMERS;
Edwards'John
'Fortier C. E.
Gautier P.
T,   Grant E.
Hall N., farmer,
Cherry Creek. 86.     THOMPSON RIVER & VICTORIA DIST. NAMES.
Hamilton R.. em.
J. Harper.
James John
KnouffJ. V.
Morton Hugh
Pendleton G.
Sullivan M.
Thompson R.
Todd James
Usher John T.
Victor Mr. S.
Wheeler John
POST OFFICE ADDRESS—DUCK'S P. 0.
Martin G. B,
Mellor James
McBryan A, empl.
Duck    and
Pringle.
McPherson D. G
Duck J., (seeD. A Pringle.
GRAND PRAIRIE-^-P. O. DUCK'S
Ingram Henry        Kirkpatrick A. J.   Pringle John
Kirkpatrick A.       Neelands J.
Beattie W., empl.
Duck   and
Pringle.
BralyA. C.
Chase Whitfield
Duck A Pringle
Pemberton A. G.
Pringle A., (see
Duck & P.)
Ross James
Russ Jer.
Walker Donald 1
TRANQUILLE RIVER—P. 0.
Cooney C. T. Graham Thos.
Fortune W., miller & farmer.
KAMLOOPS.
McWha Robt.
Pocock T„ miller.
SAVONA FERRY—FOOT OF KAMLOOPS LAKE-
James E., packer.   Sabiston J,, Store.  Uren James (see
Morton & Hatha-    Toy M. J.,  (see U. A Co.
way Uren A Co.)
Penny Thos. Uren A Co., Jas., hotel A ferry.
Roberts E. stock-grower.
^VICTORIA   DISTRICT   NAMES.
[SEE N01E TO NORTH SAANICH]
Note.—This List excludes names of residents within the extended City
Limits.   Names marked "a" are registered voters.   See also general list, "4."
ALL FARMERS.
SAANICH ROAD.
Nicholson Jos. Speed T., labourer.
Nicholson G. Smethurst W.
Page W., labourer. Smith G.
Pottinger W., lab'r. Tolmie  W.   F.,
Baker R.
Baker W.
Burt A. J.
Gillis W., lab'r
Legassiz P. lab'r.
Sills W., Swan L.
M.P.P.
McKenzie B., lab'r.Smith W., prop. Tolmie W.
Nicholson John Swan Lake Von Almon J. C.
Nicholson Jr. J., Hotel. Von Almon W.
road super.       Shaw A., labourer.
TOPAZE AVENUE.
Burgess F., bricklayer. Galley Jr. W., clerk.
Fox Mrs.       Galley W., bricklayer.        Richards Fortune VICTORIA DISTRICT & YALE NAMES.
87.
CEDAR HILL ROAD.
a Jackson E. H.     Sinclair W.
King Henry Spencer J,
Lucia A., labourer Tod James
a Leash C. C. Wood John
Merriman W. White G.
a Norn S. Wilson W., lab'r
Holness J., siaught'rPollock C. Woodward H. H.
Irvine John Smith John Oakland hotel.
a Woodward Thos.
CADBORO' BAY ROAD.
Harvey G., H.B.C. farm.
Haynes W., "The Willows."
Lascelles A. Pearse B. W., Eng.
Casanac J. labour'r. Lee Thomas D. Pub. Works.
a Sinclair J. Todd J., Oak Bay.
.MOUNT TOLMIE  CROSS ROAD.
Deans G, Fitz Allan J.
a Finnerty John     Harriss John
a Finnerty M. Seres J.
Anderson E. H.
Boyce S.
Carter Mrs.
Carter John
Fraser W., lab'r
Hawkins A., lab'r
Irvine Robert
Baker M., cont'r.
Claveris A., milk-
ranch.
Young IL, labour'r.
B., "The Richmond."
FOUL  BAY  OR FAIRFIELD  ROAD.
McNeil W. H., Captain str. Enterprise, a Smith Edward
McNeil H. a Smith E. Roscoe F. J., mer.
Pemberton A. F., 0. C. Judge. Sifiken W. C. I
,»
YALE   NA^ES.
Alway J., farmer and team'r
Andrews F,, res.
Bailey A Lawrence merchants and forwarders.
Bristol J. G., cont for mails
Burr J. W., saddler.
Chuck —, empl. Oppenheimer Bros.
Olaire Peter, merchant.
Coffee E.,res.
Delaitre
house.
Dodd W., agt. Barnard's Ex
Douglas B., saddler   and
postmaster, J.P.
Elliott H., Saloon.
Evans W., constable.
Halliday J., school master.
Mdme., boarding
Harvey W.,  elk. inchg.
H.B.C.
Harvey 0., empl. W. Teague.
He Tie merchant.
Kai Kee, merchant.
Kimball &   Gladwin, forwarders and com. mer.
Kwong Lee A Co., mer.
Leopold G, empl. Oppenheimer Bros.
Macdonald W. R., saloon.
Maharry W., carpenter,
Mayes W. 0., saloon.
Morgan A., barber.
Moorhouse C, book keeper.
Muller B. T., California hotel
McEntee G., butcher
McLinden, teamster. 88.
y-ALE & "WAGGON ROAD NAMES.
of
Ross C. L., farmer.
Rush A., painter.
Stott & Co.
i, blacksmiths A.
carriage builders,., i
Teaa;ue W.
Gov't agt.
Tingley S., (see Barnard & Co.)
McMiking R. B., Supt,
B. C. Tele,, J.P.
McQuarrie D., bootmaker.
Nelson U., far.& forwarder.
Nelson Alfred M., clerk.
Oppenheimer L., res.
Oppenheimer Bros., D. J. & G.Tuttle Guy,  ostler, emplo.
Pearson J., teamster* F. J. Barnard.
Peck El, carpenter. F Ward W. H., teamster.
PleacdrjA., telegraph oper      Wing Wo, baker,.
Pope George res. Wolfe M., clerk, Oppenhei-
Rains James blaksmith. mer Bros.
Waggon Road-—Yale to Cariboo.
. [NAMES IN THE ORDER OF TRAVEL.]
YALE AND CLINTON ROAD.
Ah Geeyfesfaurftnt, 11 mile house.
Neil Black, road superintendent, 13;iQjftlfBt
W. L. Alexander, hotel and store, Chapman's Bar 14 miles.
G Rombrot, hotel and store. 16 mile house.
Tim Ryan, ranch, Mount Pleasant.
Edward Grove, hotel-and'store, Boston Bary.* 25 miles.
Voght A Fink farmers, Boston. Bar.
Wm, Deitz farmer, 34 miles.
G. W. Boothroyd, Forest House, 36 miles.
W. A. Johnson, (late G. Salters) half-way house    42 miles.
Joseph Parmer, farmer etc., Kanaka Bar, 49 miles.
M. Allard, Kanaka Bar.
W. Jamieson, Barnard's stable, Kanaka Bar,
J. B. Prolongeau, ranch, Sitka Flat, . 50 miles.
(Here the town of Lytton is passed.) i 57 miles.
P. Kennedy, Barnard's stables, Nicomen, 68 miles.
Captain Thomson, farmer, Mud Slide, 75 miles.
J. Black, hotel, Spencer's Bridge, Cook's Ferry, 80 mij&ftr
John Murray, tel. opera, and P.M., Cook's Ferry, 80 miles.
James. Christie, farmer, Cook's Ferry, 80. miles.
C. E. Bligh, -blacksmith, Cook's Ferry, 80 miles.
M. Ross, '83 miles*
P. Morrens, farmer and teamster, 85 miles.
P. Gflichon, farmer and teamster, 85 miles-
Ralph Willard Barnard's stable's 89 miles,
T. G. Kirkpatrick 89 miles.
John Dowling, "Oregon Jack's" hotel, 96 miles. "WAGGON ROAD NAMES'.
89.
A.Menabriet farmer,
M. Dominique farmer,
M. ^.inparant farmer,
Cornwall Bros., farmers and stk.
arrosi
ASHCROFT,
H. Randall, clerk, Asheroft.
Ah-Hong, Asheroft.
Uriiapaf Ward, Asheroft.
Jean Caux, packer and teamster.
CACHE CREEK,
Lenden A Langford.
James Campbell, hotel keeper, Bonaparte House.
W.. McGee, clerk in J. Campbell's store.
Barnes A Brink, farmers.
Craig John, farmer.
Dtinn Thomas, farmer.
Edward's H. R., farmer.
Greaves J. B,, stock grower.
Orr James, farmer.
Parke Philip, farmer.
Perry C. G., farmer.
P-umpmaker, C, trader.
Sandford W. H., farmer.
Semlin A Stuart, farmers.
Semlin C. A., (see Semlin A Stuart) M.P.P.
Stuart James, (see Semlin & S.)
Shuman P., labourer.
Ward W., farmer.
Ward James, stock grower.
Wilson John stock grower.
Wilson George, stock
Yarxa A., blacksmith.
John Vesey,
George Dunne, farmer and teamster, Hat Creek,
W. Robinson, farmer, Hat Creek.
Thomas Morgan, farmer, Hat Creek.
M. Vesey, farmer Hat Creek.
James MundorfF farmer, Grave Creek,
G. H., Mitchell, Grave Creek.
E. Dougherty farmer, Maiden Creek, .
Edward Allen, farmer,
G. A. Caughill, farmer,
(The town of Clinton is here reached.)
Rogers A Saul, farmers A hotel, Yale, 159 miles—
M. Ross, farmer, Yale, 172- miles—
97
milt
vipost
97
mile post.
97
mile
! pOSt,
^.shcroffi,
104
miles,
104
miles
110 miles.
grower.
115-miles.
118 miles.
124 miles.
126 miles.
128 miles.
13 4miles.
136 miles.
Lilloet 70.
Lilloet 83. 90.
WAGGON ROAD NAMES.
W. Adams, Barnard's stables, Yale 177 miles—Lilloet 88.
Nelson A Charlton, hotel keepers Yale 189 miles—Lilloet 100
J. Leighton, tel. opera., Bridge Creek,     Lilloet, 100 miles.
H. Charters, trader, Bridge Creek,
Thomas Powers,
Yale, 193 miles.
LAKE LA HACHE VALLEY.
C. M. Beak, farmer,
W. Manson, farmer,
E. Parry, farmer,
A. McKinley, farmer,
P. Gannon, farmer,
Thomas Roper, farmer, ,
Dan Pratt, Blue Tent Farm,
W. Morrison, Bd's. Ex., ranch,
John Wright, farmer,
D. Murphy, farmer,
George Felker, trader,
D, Felker, trader.
R. Felker, trader.
Yale 194—Lilloet 105.
Yale 200 miles—Lilloet 111.
Yale 200 miles—Lilloet 111.
Yale 205 miles—Lilloet 116.
Yale 206 miles—Lilloet 117.
Yale 211 miles—Lilloet 122.
Yale 216 miles—Lilloet 127.
Yale 223 miles—Lilloet 134.
Yale 226 miles—Lilloet 137.
Yale 231 miles—Lilloet 141.
Yale 234 miles—Lilloet 145.
Yale 234 miles—Lilloet 145,
Yale 234 miles—Lilloet 145.
WILLIAM'S LAKE.
A. S. Bate, tra., Williams Lake, Yale 240 miles—Lilloet 150.
F. Higgman, empl. A. S. Bate, Williams Lake.
G. Johnston, blacksmith, Williams Lake.
R. H. Young, Williams Lake.
Frank Harvey, farmer, Williams Lake.
I. Crow, farmer, Williams Sake.
W. Pinehback, trader, Williams Lake.
ST. JOSEPH'S MISSION.
Rev. Father McGuggm, 0. M. I.
Rev Father Grandidier, O. M. I.
Edward Schearer, trader.
C. Eagle, trader.
R. H. Ling, trader.
W. P. Barry, prop, of bridge, Forks of Quesnelle.
Kong Lee A Co., merchants, Forks of Quesnelle.
E. Tie, merchant. Forks of Quesnelle.
DEEP CREEK, Yale 254 miles, Lillooet, 164 miles.
John Temple, trader.
Thomas Bishop, ostler.
SODA CREEK, Yale 267 miles, Lillooet, 177.
Dunlevy A Co., tra. and farmers, and agts. Barnard's ex,
R. A. Collins, farmer.
Chany King, trader. "WAGGON ROAD & CASSIAR NAMES.
91.
Cumming J., farmer.
Conray John
Hawks J. F., farmer.
McClease R., store and post office.
Moffatt Thomas
Jessie Price, blacksmith.
G. Shaver, trader.
W. P. Trounce, trader. .
C. K, Wright, clerk to H. Yeates.
H. Yeates, telegraph operator.
Grant A Amd, props, str. Enterprise.
John Peebles, Mud Lake, near Soda Creek.
John McMuster, Mud Lake, near Soda Creek.
A McLean, farmer, waggon road, Yale, 281 miles.
Miss Marguerite, stock ranch, Yale, 283 miles.
M. Paquette farmer, Yale, 285 miles.
FORT ALEXANDER—A. McKinlay, farmer.
Downs A Co., Australian ranch, Yale, 299 miles.
J. Bohannon..
C Kersley, farmer, Yale, 307 miles.
G. McGregor.
(Quesnelle-mouth is next reached—see separate list.)
J. Wallace, farmer, Yale, 334 miles.
John Boyd, Cottonwood and Cold Spring, Yale, 347 miles.
George Hyde, Beaver Pass, trader, .^§ale, 360 miles.
VAN WINKLE CREEK, Yale 369 miles.
Kirwan P. Philips Evans
Mil]s George Townsend A.
McArthursj»Neil Wilson W. J.
McCormack & Wilson.
Next Lightning Creek—see Cariboo list.
Next Richfield and Barkerville—see Cariboo list,
Additional Oassiar Names, April 24th, 1874.
Amos J.
Broder L.
Brien T. O.
Bailey A. S.
Beedy F.
Block F.
Boyd John
Curry E. H.
CoTilane D.
Connery Thos.
Clandanning J.
Chapman W.
Corr Peter
Campbell H.
Corcoran P.
Cook J.
Dorman Geo. A.
Donnegan Dan'l
Dunlop Wm.
Darcy John A,
Dunetan T.
Dielabough L. J.
Dewar John
Downs B.
Ervin J. W.
Fontaine O.
Farquhar H.
Farquhar Thos. C.
French David
Forest W. B. 1
.   02.
CASSAIR NAMES.
"Flattery M.
Morgan H. B. .
Rowen R.
Goldey G. W.
McNeil Jas.
Robinson D. F.
Grant Wm.
McLean John
Riffsrin J.
OO
Graham John
McDevitt Frank.
Stoker Thos.
Grainer L. B.
Mc'Evoy P.
Saunders H.
Grierson Robert
McPhearson W.
Sloenvaks J.
Hamea James
McDonald John
Schaumaker A. J.
Hill A. E.
McMann M.
Sovereen David D.
Hurley J.
McNeal John
St. Germain E.
Hurley H.
McCauley Jos.
Stronnaeh A.
Hamilton G.
McKenzie J. Gor,
Smith G. E.
Irving Jos.
McAllister John
Smith Thos.
Johnson J. F.
Nash John
Schmidt J.
Johnson A.
Noble H.
Taxter Ludwig
Kane Matthew
Newell D.
Thompson Frank
Lanaie A.
Nellis Wm.
Vanani F.
Lane Sam'l M.
Orr L.
VanDohleu Ch.
Laidlaw Wm.
Owens. Wm.
Woods J.
Lawrence R.
Morrissey Wm.
Matchin Jr. Ch,
May J.
Mashiter W.
Mooney Thos.
Miletich A.
Ott Henry
Pyle B. W.
Payton Y.
Papillon Leon
Pierce Jos.
Pratt S.
Riley James
Walkem T.
Walsh Jas.
Watson Wm.
Watkins H. 0.
Ward John
Walker J. M.
Messrs. Hayward and Jenkinson, Contractors,
&c, Langley Street, haveka large establishment for the manufacture of all kinds of wood work. The machinery is driven
by a 25-horse power engine, and consists of circular. and
cross-cut saws, planing, moulding, morticing and tenoning
machines, lathes, etc. In connection with the boiler is a
large drying room for seasoning lumber. The stock of
mouldings, doors and windows, is large and varied, and the
facilities for making up special orders apparently all that
coujd be desired. We wish this enterprising firm the success they deserve. BENEVOLENT AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES.'      92
FRIENDI
IETIES.
BRITISH COLUMBIA PIONEER SOCIETY.
President, - WILLIAM P. SAYWARD".
Vice-President, - GEO. T. SEYMOUR.
Secretary, - EDGAR FAWCETT.
Treasurer, E. GRANCINI.
FRENCH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
EUG. BOUILET,
P. TISSET,
M. CAMSUSA,    ■
J. KRIEMLER,
Dr. ASH,
P. GUEGAN.
President.
ViceJ?resident.
Secretary.
Treasurer.
Surgeon.
Steward.
X. o.
VICTORIA LODGE, No, 1.
Henry Gribble, N. G.
Thos. J. Partridge, V. G.
Robt. Partridge, R. Sec.
John Weiler, Treasurer.
COLUMBIA LODGE, No. 2.
Morris Humber, N. G.
Henry Waller, V. G.
W. Harrison,. R. Sec.
W. J. Jeffree, P. Sec.
A. B. Gray, Treasurer.
DOMINION LODGE, No. 3.
M. G. Good, N. G.
Jos. Wriglesworth, V. G.
if! D. McKilligan,R. Sec.
Chas. Robinson, P. Sec.
T. N. Hibben, Treasurer,
CEMETERY   BOAED.
J. H. Turner, Chairman.
R. P. Rithet,
B. W. Pearse,
Keeper of Cemetery,
J. E. McMillan,
P. McTiernan.
John Cox. 94.
PUBLIC BODIES.
MECHANICS1 LITERARY INSTITUTE,
FORT STREET, VICTORIA.
President A. McLEAN
Secretary Conway Scott
Treasurer Chas. Good
ANGELA COLLEGE.
VICTORIA.
Visitor The Right Reverend, The Bishop of Columbia
Lady Principal Miss Crease
TEACHERS
English The Lady Principal and Assistants
Music Mrs. Nicholles
French Madame Beckingham
Drawing Mrs. Johnston
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Principal. Rev. Father Jounckau
Vice-Prineipal Rev. Father Brabent
PROVINCIAL MILITIA.
NO.   1   COMPANY,   VICTORIA.
Captain F. J. Roscoe
Lieutenant J. G. Vinter
Ensign R. Wolfenden
NO.   2   COMPANY,   VICTORIA.
Captain C. E. Pooley
Lieu tenant.. B. A, McKenzie
Ensign.
.. J. Douglas, Jr
Color Sergeant.  ... J. Wilson
NANAIMO   COMPANY.
Captain, J. Bryden; Lieut., J. Pryor; Ensign, Jas. Harvey.
(For Netv Westminster Company—see N. W. list)
Paymaster and Lieutenant E. Mallandaine FRIENDLY SOCEITIES.
95.
2\X. -A.S OUSTIO
COLUMBIA ROYAL ARCH-CHAPTER, No. 120.
[MEETS  EIBST MONDAY  IN  EVERT  MONTSi]
M. E. Comp., John Boyd, 1st Principal Z.; M. E. Comp., H. F. Heisterman,
2d Principal H.; M. E. Comp., J. Gordon Vinter, 3d PrincipalJ.; E.
Comp., Eli Harrison, Jr„ Scribe E • E. Comp.,Alex. Collier, Scribe N.;
E. Comp., A. Astrico, Treasurer; E. Comp., H. Barnett, 1st Sojourner;
E. Comp., Jas. Isbister, 2d Sojourner; E. Comp., H. Brown, 3d Sojourner; E. Comp., W. Harrison, Janitor: M. E. Comp., Eli Harrison, Sen..
P. Principal Z. '        '
GRAND LODGE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
M.\ W.\ Lieut.-Col. I. W. Powell. Grand Master; R.\ "W\\ J. F. Me-
Crelght, M. P. P., D. G. Grand Master; R.\ W.\ William Dalby, G.
S. Warden; R.\ W.\ Eli Harrison, G. J. Warden; V.'. Wv. M. W.
Waitt, Grand Treasurer; V.'. W.\ & Rev. F. Gribbell, Grand Chaplain; V. \ W. *. H, F. Heisterman, Grand Secretary.
Victoria Lodge, No. 1.— Victoria.
F. Williams, W. M.; John Weiler, S. W.; Robert Foster. J, W.; J. C.
Bales, Secretary; H. L. Jones, Treasurer; J. G. Vinter, Tyler.
Vancouver Lodge, No. 2.— Victoria.
A. Astrico, W. M.; P. Ousterardt, S. W.; Thos. Inge, J. W.; J. G. Vinter,
Secretary; J. F. Becker, Treasurer; P. Martin, Tyler.
AsMar Lodge, No 3.—Nanaimo.
James Brown, W. Mi; Archibald Muir, S. W.; George Bevilockway, J. W.;
Alex. Mayer, Treasurer; C. N> Young, Secretary; A. Fenny, Tyler.
(Jariboo Lodge, No. 4.—Barkerville.
Jonathun Nutt, W. M.; Wm. Stevenson, S. W.; James McMillan, J. W*
F. Neufelder, Treasurer; W, Rennie, Secretary; Jos. St. Laurent. Tyler*
British Columbia Lodge, No. 5.— Victoria.
W. Harrison, W. M.; Thos. Trounee, S. W.;  G. Thompson, J. W.; H»
Saunders, Treasurer; T. R. Mitchell, Secretary; J. G. Vinter, Tyler.
Mount Hermon Lodge, No. 7.—Burrard Inlet.
'john A. Cottrell, W. M; George W. Cole, S. W.; Robert Millman, J. W.;
"Geo. Black, Treasurer; John McDonald, Treasurer; Alex. Merrifleld, I. G.
Quadra Lodge, No. 8.— Victoria.
H. B. Wilson Aikman, W.M.; R. P. Rithet, S. W.; J. H..SulhVan, S. W.;
John Kriemler, Treas.; J. S. Drummond, Sec'y; J. G. Vinter, Tyler.
Union Lodge, No. 9.—New Westminster. .
V. B. Tait, W. M; C. N. Trew, S. W.; J. T. Scott, J. W.; R. Dickinson,
Treasurer;
Secretary; W. Powers, Tyler.
c. 96.
PUBLIC BODIES.
Jfirsi § minimal parliament.
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
HIS HONOR JOSEPH W. TRUTCH,
VICTORIA
EXECUTIVE   COUNCIL.
Hon. G. A. Walkem, Attorney-General & President.
Hon. John Ash, Provincial Secretary.
Hon. R. Beaven, Chief Com., Lands A Works.
Hon. W. J. Armstrong, Finance, Agriculture and
Mining.
o
Clerk, C. Good.
LEGISLATIVE   ASSEMBLY.
Speaker, Hon. J. TRIMBLE. | Clerk,    -     J. R. HETT.
Armstrong, Hon. William James New Westminster District; address, Victoria.
Ash, Hon. John, Comox District; address, Victoria.
Barnston, John George, Cariboo District; ad., Barkerville.
Beaven, Hon. Robert, Victoria City District, Victoria.
Booth, John Patten,  Cowichan District, Salt Spring Island.
Cogan, Henry, Esquimalt District, Craignower.
Duck, Simeon, Victoria City District, Victoria.
Holbrook, -Henry, New Westminster City District, New
Westminster.
Hughes, Josiah Charles, New Westminster District, Burrard Inlet.
Humpnreys, Hon. Thomas Basil, Lillooet District, Victoria.
Hunter, Joseph, Cariboo District, Victoria.
Mara, John Andrew, Kootenay District, Kamloops.
McCreight, John Foster, Victoria City District, Victoria.
Robertson, Alexander Rocke, Esquimalt District, Victoria.
Robertson, William Archibald, Victoria District, Victoria. "
Robinson, James, Vale District, Tale.
Robson John, Nanaimo District, Victoria.
Saul, William, Lillooet District, Clinton.
Semlin, Charles Augustus, Yale District, Cache Creek.
Smith, Robert, Yale District, Victoria.
Smithe, William, Cowichan District, Maple Bay.
Todd, Charles, Kootenay District, Victoria.
Tolmie, William Fraser, Victoria District, Victoria.
Trimble, Hon. James, Victoria City District, Victoria.
Walkem, Hon. George Anthony, Cariboo District, Victoria.
•i asaea
PUBLIC BODIES
-<forp0rati0n: oi Wxttoxh dtitg.
WM. DALBY.       l£i
MAYOR.
COUNCILLORS.
Chas. Gowen, J. S. Drummoud,
J. G. Taylor, Chas. Morton',
Chas. Hayward, Thos. R. Mitchell
omazEiEts.
W. Leigh, Town Clerk.
T. Russell, Assessor and Collector.
Jas. D. Robinson, Water Commissioner.
F. W. Green, City Surveyor and W. W. Engineer.
Thos. J. Partridge, Assistant Clerk and Messenger.
ST-A.3srx5nsra- committees.
Chas. Hayward, \
J. S. Drummond, v  Finance.
Thos. R..Mitchell, j
Chas. Gowen, )
J. G. Taylor, >-  Streets.
Chas. Morton, j
VICTORIA FIRE DEPARTMENT. O
Chief Engineer,
Assistaut Engineer,
President,
Treasurer,
Secretary,
Wm. Lohse.
J. Wriglesworth.
E. Grancini.
E. A. McQuade.
F. Sylvester.
Board of Delegates.
Hook and  Ladder Company,  No.   1.—E.  Grancini,   C.  Hayward,  R.
Jenkinson.
Deluge Company, No. 1.—Charles Philips, John Crowther, Theo. Davie;
Tiger Company, No. 2.—Joshua Davies, E. A. McQuade, Chas. Gowen.
Company Officers.
Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1.—Foreman, W. H. Huxtable; 1st Asssi-
lant, W. G. Reynolds; 2d Assistant, G. T. Buck; Treasurer,
- E. Grancini; Secretary, George W. Cohen.
Deluge Co. No. 1.—Foreman, Frank Saunders; 1st~Assistant} W, Owens;
2d Assistant, Fred. Norris; Treasurer, John Kriemler; Secretary, W. Harrison.
Tiger Co., No. 2 —Foreman, William A. Calhoun; 1st Assistant, John
Stevens; 2d Assistant, Sandford Glover; Treasurer, H Saunders;
Secretary, Frank Sylvester. 98.
RATES OF POSTAGE.
FROM   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Not over
COUNTRIES.
i^oz.
Payment.
Aspinwall,
.
13
Compulsory
Australia,
.
10
do.
Austria,       -
.
10
do.
Belgium,     -
.
10
do.
British North American Vi
winces,
3
Optional.
Cape of Good Hope,
.
28
Compulsory
Chili,           -       -  '    -
-
25
do.
Cuba,          -
•
10
do.
China,          -       -       -
_
10
do.
Denmark,    -
.
10
do..
France,        -
.
16
do.
German States,
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25
do.'
Great Britain and Ireland,
-
6
Optional.
Greece,
_
20
Compulsory
Holland via. France,
-
10
do.
Mexico,       -
■
13
' do.
New South Wales and New Zealand,
15
do.
Norway,
*
14
do.
Panama,
-
13
do.
Peru,           ...
-
25
do.
Poland,        -
-
16
do.
Portugal via. England,
-
28
do.
Prussia,       -
.
10
do.
Russia,          ...
.
14
do.
Sandwich Islands,
.
9
do.
Spain,           -       -       .
.
28
do.
Sweden,
-
14
do.
Switzerland via Belgium,
•
10
do.
Switzerland via France,
...
24
do.
United States,
.
6
Optional. •
West Indies, Danish,
.
13
Compulsory
West Indies, (not othei-wis
e specified),
21
do. STATISTICS OF TRADE.
99.
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IMPORTS.
The total imports of merchandise into British Columbia for 1873
in value were $2,084,615
Total amount of duty paid was       305 701
The total imports for 1872 were    2,119,264,
EXPORTS.
The total shipment of Coal for 1st quarter, 1874, from the port of      tons.
Nanaimo, including home consumption, were	
The total Exports for the year 1873	
21,297
39,631
The total exports of lumber for 1873, from.all parts, in value were $ 284,320
The total exports of furs and hides  314,200
The total exports, of coal  214,197
"The total value of all other exports, viz: cranberries, fish oil, fish, etc. 124,149
Total value of re-shipments of imported goods.
$936,860
40,686
§977,552
TREASURE SHIPMENTS FOR 1873.
[ALL THROUGH WELLS, FARGO & CO.]
Various Banks, (no details received), $979,114 31
SHIPMENTS DURING THE PREVIOUS YEARS.
1863 $2,605,154 79
1864  2,678,518.95
1865  2,067,061 30
1866  1,625,311 19
1867 '.  1,859,758 25 '
1868 r-1,780,587 08
1869  1,324,871 84
1870  1,002,717 65
1871  1,349,801 83
1872  1,268,640 45
RECAPITULATION.
Total value of Imports into the Province for 1873  $2^)84,615
Total value of Exports, exclusive of gold      977,552
Total value of Treasure shipments     979,114 100.   LIST OF- OFFICIALS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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Owing to the recent changes in the above, the Tariff
is not published.
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st of Officials of British Colli
Governor.—Lieut.-Governor, Hon. Jos. W. Trutch, salary paid by the Dominion Government.
Private Secretary, Arthur G. J. Pinder. $ 1,200 00
Messenger, W. Bucket  300 00
Provincial Secretary.—Provincial Secretary, John Ash  3,500 00
Deputy Provincial Secretary, Charles Good  2,160 00
Messenger for all Departments, D. Deasy..."  870 00
Printing.—Superintendent, R. Wolfenden  1,600 Oo
Two Printers, R. Butler and G. Williams  2,080 00
Assistant Piinter, H. Murray  600 00
Audit Branch.—Auditor, W. C. Berkley  1,600 00
Treasury.—Minister of Finance and Agriculture, J. W. Armstrong, 3,500 00
Clerk, J. J. Young  1,800 00
Lands and Works.—Chief Com. Lands & Works, R. Beaven  3,500 00
Surveyor-General (or temporary assistance), S. S. Farwell.. 2,160 00
Clerk of Records, A. R. Howse  1,320 00
Draughtsman, C. Seott  1,600 00
Accountant, J. J. Austin  1,600 00
Assistant Draughtsman and Clerk, F. Richards  600 00
Registrar.— Registrar-General of Titles, H. B. W. Aikman  2,160 00
Attorney-General.—Attorney-General, G. A. Walkem  3,500 00
Clerk (and Deputy-Registrar Supreme Court), H. S. Mason, 1,600 00
Legislation.—Mr. Speaker, J.Trimble  750 00
Clerk of the House, J. R. Hett...  500 00
.   Law Clerk, A. E. B. Davie  400 00 .
Sergeant-at-Arms, T. Harris  250 00
Messenger, R. H. Owston  200 00
ADMINISTRATION  OF  JUSTICE.
Chief-Justiee, Hon. Matthew B. Begbie, salary-paid by Dom. Gov't.
Puisne-Justice, Hon. H. P. P. Crease,        " " "
" Hon. J. Hamilton Gray,    " " "
Supreme Court.—Registrar of Supreme Court, G. E. Pooley  1,940 00
Deputy-Registrar of Supreme Court, H. S. Mason  340 00
Usher, J. Irving  600 00
Sheriffs.—Victoria; R.'Woods...  500 00
New Westminster, H. V. Edmonds  500 00
Cariboo, G. Byrnes  500 00
POLICE AND GAOLS.
Victoria.—Superintendent of Provincial Police, J. H. Sullivan... 1,752 00 ,
Gaoler, P. Woollacott  1,-104 00
AsslstamVGaoler, J. Hutchison  912 00
Turnkey, T. Cowles  720 00 LIST OF OFFICIALS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 101.
police and gaols: ;—continued.
Senior Convict Guard, E. Truran	
Two Convict Guards	
Constable, Esquimalt, J. McCarthy..	
New
Medical Officer, J. S.'Helmeken
Wesfminster.^-G&oler, J. MeBride	
Assistant Gaoler, A. Moresby	
Senior Convict Guard, J. McNamara.
Convict Guard, "W. Edwards	
Constable, Burrard Inlet, J. Miller,
Medical Officer, C. N. Trew	
^Kootenay.—Gov't Agt. .& Constable, "Wild Horse Creek, C. Booth,
Constable, Perry Creek, W. Fernie	
Cariboo.—Government Agent, J. Bowron	
Chief Constable and Collector of Revenue, J. Lindsay	
Constable & Col. of Rev., Lightning Creek, S. Archer	
Constable and Gaoler, G. Green	
Gov't Agt. & Constable, Forks of Quesnelle, O. Hare	
Omineca.—Government Agent and Constable, F. Page.	
Constable, Port Essington, R. A. Brown ,	
Cassiar.—Gold Commissioner, J. H. Sullivan	
Constable, J. L. Crimp	
Yale.—Government Agent and Constable, W. Teague	
Kamloops.—Government Agent and Constable, J. Boyd	
Nanaimo.—Government Agent and Constable, T. L. Fawcett	
Constable and Gaoler, G. Steuart	
Assay Office.—Assayer, W. Hitchcock ,....
Melter, A. J. Mouatt	
Lunatic Aslyum.—Superintendent, E. A. Sharpe	
Keeper	
Assistant Keeper	
Matron, Mrs. Ross ,	
Cook	
Medical Officer, J. B. Matthews	
RECAPITULATION.
Civil Estblisments $
Judicial Establishments and Police	
Assay Office and Lunatic Aslyum	
00
00
1,008 00
1,440 00
720 00
400 00
1,104 00
912 00
1,004 00
720 00
900 00
400 00
1,704 00
1,404
1,704
1,704 00
1,452 00
1,452 00
1,500 00
1,704 00
1,008 00
2,500 00
1,704 00
1,200 00
1,200 00
1,008 00
720 00
2,000 00
900 00
1,104 00-
720 00
600 00
000 00
360 00
400 00
39,350 00
39,444 00
6,684 00
Total Civil List $ 85,478 00
Services, (exclusive of salaries), Estimates, 1874  669,351 66
To make good expenses of 1873, by Treasurer .-.     47,8'
"0 71
Total $802,700 37
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[FROM  THE   " MONETARY  TIMES.]
The number of men and the amount" of capital employed in lumbering
throughout the Dominion, are exceedingly large. It has become, next to
Agriculture, the principal source of our annual exports. This will be seen at
once .by a glance at the value of our exports from Confederation up to the
latest published returns:—
1868.. $18,262,170
1870  20,940,434
1869 ,..$19,838,963
1871  22,352,211
1872 .'.....'. .' $23,685,382.
Twenty-four millions, not to speak of our immense domestic trade, are
handsome results. 102.
DOMINION OFFICIALS.
DOMINION   PARLIAMENT.
[FROM  CANADIAN  ALMANACK,   1874.]
21,525.
Seat of Government—OTTAWA.    Population,
Governor-General, His Excellency Right Hon.. the Earl of Dufferm, K. P.,
K. C. B.
Military Secretary, Lieut.-Col. H. C. Fletcher, Scots-Fusilier Guards..
Aide-de-Camp, Lieut. F. Hamilton, 9th Foot.
Dominion Aides-de-Camp,   Col.   H.   C.   Bernard,   Lieut.-Col.   Duchesnay,
Lieut.-Col. Cumberland.
PRIVY COUNCIL.
Minister of Public Works Hon. Alex. Mackenzie.
Minister of Justice Hon. A. A. Dorion
Member of Privy Council Hon. E. Blake
Minister of Maiine and Fisheries Hon. Albert J. Smith
Minister of Agriculture and State Hon. L. de St. Just
Minister of Finance Hon. R. J.. Cartwright
Minister of Interior Hon. David Laird
Secretary of State Hon. David Christie
Minister of Customs ...Hon. Isaac Burpee
Postmaster-General Hon. D. A. Macdonald
Receiyer-General Hon. Thos.  Coffin,
Minister of Inland Revenue Telesphore Fournier
Minister of Militia and Defence Hon. W. Ross
Member of Privy Council Hon. R. W. S:'ct',
Clerk of' Privy Council W. A. Hirisworth
SENATE OF CANADA.
Speaker Hon. Pierre J. 0. Ch'anveau, Quebec
Clerk of Parliament Robert Le Moine
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Speaker .Hon. J. Cockburn | Clerkof House Alfred Patrick
Hon. Sam. Leonard Tilley, C. B.
List of Provinces at date forming the Dominion
of Canada.
Province of ONTARIO, Seat of.Governmfinl^-Toronto.     Pop., 1872, 56,092.
Lieut;-Govemor Hon. John Crawford, Toronto
Private Secretary E. -G. Curtis
Province of QUEBEC, Seat of Government—Quebec.    Population, 66,000.
Lieut.-Governor Hon. Rene Edouard Caron
Aide-de-Camp   Major J. B. Amyot
Province of NEW BRUNSWICK, Seat of Government—Frederickton.
Lieut.-Governor	
Private Secretary.	
Province of NOVA SCOTIA, Seat of Government—Halifax.
Lieut.-Governor Hon. A. G. Archibald
Military Secretaries.; Lieut.-Col. A. H. Clarke. N. S. M.
. Major M. B. Daly, 1st Brig., Mil., Art'yj
Province of PRINCE EDWARD'S ISLAND, Seatof Gov't—Charlottetown.
Lieut.-Governor Sir R. Hodgson, Knight
Private.Secretary A. F. A. Robinson
Province of MANITOBA, Seat of Government—Fort Garry.
Lieut.-Governqr and of N. W. Terri.fcQry„,Hon. Alex. Morris, D. C. L.
Province of BRITISH COLUMBIA, Seat of Gov't—Victoria.    Pop. 4,647.
Lieut.-Governor ...Hon. J. W. Truteh
Private Secretary A. G. J. Pindex DOMINION GOV'T OFFICIALS IN B. C
List of Officials of Sinn kmmi in British
103.
Lieutenant- Governor, His Honor J. W. Trutch.
Chief Justice, Hon. Matthew Bailie Begbie.
Puisne Justices, Hons. H. Pering Pellew Crease and J. Hamilton Gray.
County Court Justice, Hon. A. F. Pemberton.
Collector of Customs, Hon. Wymond Hamley; Revenue Officer. C. S. Wylde;
Landing Waiter, G. Frye; Chief Clerk, C. S. Finlaison; Landing Waiter, Esquimalt, R. Hunter; Deputy Collector. .Burrard
Inlet, T. Brew; Sub-Collector, New Westminster, W. H. Lowe:
Deputy (otlector. Osoyoos, J. C, Haynes; Assistant Collector,
Kootenay, H. E. Seelye.
Auditor, Robert Ker.
Deputy Receiver General, John Graham.
Engineer of Public Works, B. W. Pearse.
Deputy Adjutant General, Military Dist. No. 11., Lieut-Col. Houghton.
Superintendent of Indian Affairs,   Lieut.-Col.   Powell;  Assistants, Hamilton ■>
MofFatt and J. Lenahan.
Internal Revenue Department—C. T. Dupont, Inspector; H. B. Good, Collector;
Daniel Lindsay, Deputy Collector.
Post-Master, H. Wootton; Cerk, W. G. Reynolds.
Inspector of Post Offices, Robert Wallace; Assistant, E. Fletcher.
Marine and Fisheries —Agent. James Cooper.
J. RUEFF.
THOMAS EARLE.
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InjortorstVlolesaloErocors
■WHARF   STREET,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Would call particular attention to the undermentioned
goods, which he is prepared to dispose of at
-VEZR,"^    LO"W    RATESr
AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, GENERAL HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, BOOKS, CROCKERY,
FLOWER POTS, SADDLERS' HARDWARE,
And other articles too numerous to mention.
GOVERNMENT STREET,
Opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.
VICTORIA, B. 0, VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
Money Advanced on all kinds of Valuables
and Chattels,
PARTIES   VISITING   VICTORIA  AND   RUNNING
SHORT  OF  CASH WILL FIND
EVERY     ACCOMMODATION.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES FOR SALE. «®a
I.   BRA VERM A«,
COR, OF BROAD & PiDORA STRUTS,
Opposite the Methodist Church,      Victoria, B. C. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHAS. HAYWARD.
ROBERT JENKINSON.
Sf I AM SAW BflliXi
. LANGLEY STREET, VICTORIA.
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Grave Enclosures, «D
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UNDERTAKERS.
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z*p and dispatch. )K
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•MANUFACTURERS OF-
lite. Doors, Sasbes, BMs,
EXC
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£;i"G.
Scroll Cutting to order at reasonable rates,
Orders from the country promptly executed, VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
AND IMPORTERS OF
W#fiIlI«ifi|Jll0feterp00
Government Street, opposite the London House,
VICTORIA.
rr
<G^ A Gr E 331" 1? &    SP €» I* =2=0
SINGERS' AMERICAN SEWING MACHINES,
All descriptions of Sewing Machines put in order and instructions given.
Carpets made and laid with care and dispatch.
LOMBARD ST., ANJD CHARING CROSS, LONDON.
ESTABLISHED,       -       -       -       17*83.
For Insuring every kind of Property in all parts of the World from
Loss or lamage by Fire-
The Promptitude and liberality with which fts engagements are always
met by this Company are well-known, and the importance of its relations with
1 the public may be estimated from the fact that since its establishment it haa
paid more than Nine Millions Sterling in discharge of claims for Losses by Fire.
The. security offered to the public by the Phoanix Office is unlimited,
comprising, in addition to the large invested capital of the Company, the
whole fortunes of numerous proprietors, composed of some of the most opulent
merchants and others in the United Kingdom.   Annual and short time Insurances are effected upon all kinds of property hi Vancouver Island and British
Columbia on the most favorable terms.
Prompt Cash Payments 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, "opposite Masonic Hall. J. P. DAVIES.
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JOSHUA DAVIES.
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Salesrooms, Fire-Proof Stone Building, Wharf St.
NEAR YATES, VICTORIA, B. C.
Hall's Safe s.nd Lock Co., d Zan brother's Broom Factory.
Liberal Advances made on  Consignments.    To facilitate the sale of
REAL ESTATE they have COMPLETE MAPS of Victoria,  Esquimalt,
New Westminster and the Districts.
They call PARTICULAR ATTENTION to the facilities of their Cattle
Sale Yard, centrally located on Fort Street. The best accommodation can be
found for every class of Stock that may be offered for sale. This Establishment is unsurpassed on the Pacific Coast.
N. B.—Parties d33irous of selling their Stock, Stock in Trade, or Furniture, and not wishing the trouble of an auction sale can find a Cash Buyer by
applying as above. I VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Having been appointed Sole Agents in British Columbia for the sale of
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Wm. P. Marsh,
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Proprietor.
Sflu
Corner of Waddington Alley and Johnson Street. VIEW STREET,'
VICTORIA, B. C.
THIS  SPLENDID  HOTEL,
THE BEST NORTH OF SAN FRANCISCO,
Well-known for the Special Comfort and Conven-
iencies it offers,
Has PARTICULAR ATTRACTIONS for TRAVELLERS & FAMILIES.
Male and Female servants always in attendance. Terms Moderate.
W. F. HERRE, Manager. E22
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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MACHINES.
,#11M£|»
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Having been appointed Sole Agents in British Columbia for the sale of
HAVE   OIST   HAND
MOWERS, COMBINED MOWERS & REAPERS,
SELF-RAKING REAPERS.
These Machines have been awarded FIRST PREMIUMS at Fairs held in
every part of the World.       Strength and durability are
combined with cheapness and utility.
Call and examine Premium List and procure circulars.
OPPENHEIMER   BROS.,
Victoria and Yale, B. C.
life Ukgirit S«li
VICTORIA.
Visitor The Bishop of Columbia
Principal Rev. G. Mason
Vice-Principal Joseph Planta
Wm. P. Marsh,        -       -        -       Proprietor.
Wm$, ^kmn »fl finite.
Corner of Waddington Alley and Johnson Street. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.	
8ANX W MflSW COLUMBIA
[INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER, 1862,]
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C7j&,I*£TAX., »     •    - "        $2,500,000.
[with power to increase.]
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Head Office—East India avenue, Leadenhall street, London.
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BRANCHES   AND   AGENCIES:
Victoria, British Columbia; Barkerville, Cariboo, B.C.
San Francisco, California; Portland, Oregon.
Agents in SCOTLAND British Linen Co.'s Bank
"       IRELAND , The.Bankof Ireland,
"       CANADA „ The Bank of Montreal
"       SOUTH AMERICA.Tbe London Bank of Mexico & South America
"       NEW YORK Messrs. R. Bell and F. Gundry, Agents for
Bank of Montreal.
 0	
VICTORIA OFFICE Government Street.
 0	
Drafts granted upon the Head Office of the Bank of London, and upon
any of the above Branches and Agents,
Every description of Banking Business transacted.
Gold Dust and- Bars purchased.
WM- C. WAED, M nager.
The Standard Life Assurance Company.
[established, 1825.]
Constituted by Special Acts of Parliament.
Governor His. Grace the Duke of Buccleuch and. Queenberry. K. G.
Deputy Governors I £he Right Hon. the Earl of Dalkeith, M. &
\The Right Hon. the Earl of Stair, K. T.
Chairman op the London Board The Right Hon. Lord Elcho, M. P.
Manager and Actuary.. William Thomas Thompson, F. R. S. E.
The business of the -Company has: increased steadily year by year sine?
its establishment in 1825. During the last 25 years its progress has been very
rapid.
The.toJ&l amount of Insurances effected in seven years, from 1865 to
1872, was nearly Bight Millions Sterling.
The Accumulated Fund is upwards of £4,000,000.
The Annual Income exceeds £700,000.
The Directors invite particular attention to the terms and conditions of
the Scheme,under which persons 'assured are allowed to reside in any part of
the world free of extra premium.
Agents and Secretaries, Victoria,-B. C, Lowe, Stahlschmidt & Co.
Medical Adviser Dr. Jas. Trimble.' i 
Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in every description of
ENGLISH,   AMERICAN   AND   CANADIAN
BUCKLES,
BLANKETS,
BRIDLES,
BITS,
COLLABS,
CUBRYC0MB8,
HABNESS,
HALTERS,
LASHES,
LEATHEB,
MABTINGALES, BETNS,. 8PUBS, SADDLES,
THREAD, "WHIPS, Etc, Etc.
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Singer & Bstarn Sewing laches
Plougbs, Cultivators, Mowers, Reapere, etc*, etc.
Constantly on hand a large assortment of Trunks, Valises, Carpet and
Travelling Bags, English Sole Leather, etc, etc
ST. NICHOLAS BUILDING,       VICTORIA, B. C.
PRINTED AT THE "DAILY STANDARD OFFICE."  WELLS,  FARGO  A  CO.'S
lew Turk. Calm
Express and Exchange Co.
Oa/pitebl,
$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.
:e£X»Xe@  OF  EXGBASGE
Drawn on San Francisco, New York, Boston and London
at Current Rates.
OFFICE,
Yates Street. Victoria. B. C.
IPUXfcTCIF-A-L   OFFICES:
LONDON. Eives & Marcy, 51 King William Street
SOUTHAMPTON Dunlop & Schoales
HAVRE Davidson & Co
HAVANA, CUBA E. Ramirez & Co., 8 Calle de Mercaderes
SAN FRANCISCO Corner of Montgomery and California Streets
NEW YORK 81 Broadway
BOSTON 38 and 40 Court Square
PHILADELPHIA 607 Chestnut Street
FRANCIS GARESCHE, Agent.
OABBSOBB
 :DEALER IN:	
£ki   9
Wraith,   lulltott   wd    %M   %Mt§    §pxxmc%.
AGENT FOR WELLS, FARGO ft CO.'S EXPRESS.
OFFICE,
YATES STREET. 

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