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The British Columbia directory for 1884-85 : containing a complete classified business & general directory… Williams, Robert Taylor 1885

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Array Columbia St., New Westminster, B.C.
And see our Stock of First-Class
COM! CAEMESfOP BUGGIES,

Express Wagons, fHeavy Wagons,   Dray Carts, |
AND   ALL   KINDS  OF
•   :farming 
Repairing,  Painting and  Trimming  Executed with Neatness
and    Dispatch.Shipments of first-class material received direct from Ontario
and quality guaranteed. We feel confident our Carriages, for quality,
Y&iety and price, cannot be excelled in British Columbia.
All Orders promptly attended to.
JOHNSTONE & SMITH, PROPRIETORS.  FOR 1884-85 
CONTAINING A
IT
Complete Classified Business & General Directory
OF THE PROVINCE,
Provincial Official Lists, and Useful and
Reliable Information,
ALSO,
SOME FACTS ABOUT THE COUNTRY,
Contributed by Gilbert Malcolm Sproat, Esq.
VICTORIA, B. C:
R. T. WILLIAMS, Publisher; VM. WOLZ, Compiler. \
1885.  Table of Contents.
PAGE
Alexandria  Directory 218-219
Alberni (west coast V. I.)  Directory  227-231
Alert Bay (northern coast) Directory > 227-231
Appendix!, with some facts about
the country, following         244
Barkerville  Directory 221-224
B. C. Board of Trade 239-240
Bonaparte Valley Directory         216
Boston Bar Directory         119
Brownville Directory         185
Burrard Inlet Directory 171 178
Cache Creek Directory         201
Cariboo District Directory 217-225
Chemainus Directory 112-113
Chilliwhack Directory 189-191
Clinton Directory 214-215
Clover Valley Directory         184
/Comox Directory 142-144
Cowichan Directory 110-111
Bast Coast Islands Directory.... 114-115
Emory Directory        194
Esquimalt Directory 105-107
Foreign Consuls  92
Fort Rupert 227-231
Fort Simpson 227-231
Goldstream and Highland Directory *..        109
Grand Prairie Directory        211
Granville, B. I., Directory 173-175
Hall's Prairie Directory         185
Hastings,  B. I., Directory         177
Hope Directory. 192-193
Kamloops Directory 203-204
Keithley District Directory 224-225
Kootenay  District 212-213
Lac La Hache Directory        216
Ladner's Landing (or Delta Directory  181-183
PAGJ.'.
Langley Directory         187
Law Society 238-239
Lillooet Directory 213-214
Lytton Directory         199
Maple Ridge Directory         186
Maple Bay Directory 111-112
Matsqui Directory         188
Metchosin Directory 107-108
Metlakahtla 227-231
Moodyville  Directory 176-177
Moodyville Societies         178
Mud Bay Directory 183-184
Nanaimo City Business Directory, 137-138
Nanaiino City General Directory, 120-135
Nanaimo City Municipal Government          136
Nanaiino City, General Progress,116-119
Nanaimo City Societies 136-137
Nanaimo City Chinese Directory,        135
Naas River 227-231
New Westminster City Business
Directory 168-170
New Westminster City General
Directory 150-166
New Westminster City, General
Progress 145-149
New Westminster City Municipal
Government           167
New Westminster City Societies.        167
New Westminster City Chinese
Directory         166
Nicola Valley Directory 205-207
Northern Coast and Northern Interior  Directory 227-231
Okanagan Directory 208-209
Osoyoos        211
O-Wee-Kay-No 227-231
Popcum Directory 192-193
Port Moody Directory 171-172
Provincial Government Officials.. 232-233 4
BRITISH COLUMBIA DIRECTORY.
PAGE
Provincial Justices of the Peace. 234-237
Queen Charlotte Islands 227-231
Quesnelle Directory 219-220
Rates of Postage        242
Richmond (North   Arm) Directory  179-180
Saanich (South) Directory.—-,...        103
Saanich (North) Directory         104
Salt Spring Island Directory.... 113-114
Savona Ferry Directory 201-202
Similkameen Directory         211
Spence's Bridge Directory         200
Spallumcheen Directory 209-210
Soda Creek Directory 218-219
Somenos Directory         112
Sooke Directory. >         108
Sumas Directory 191-192
Surrey Directory 183-185
Stanley Directory 220-221
PAGE
Skeena River 227-231
Smith's Inlet 227-231
Telegraphic Rates       • 241
Table of Distances         243
Texas Lake Directory         194
Victoria City Business Directory, 92- 99
Victoria City General Directory.  17-84
Victoria City, 'General Progress..    9-16
Victoria City Municipal Government   87
Victoria City Societies  89- 91
Victoria City Incorporated Cos.. 88
Victoria City Chinese Directory, 84- 86
Victoria District Directory 100-102
Wellington Directory 139-141
Wellington Societies         142
Williams Lake Directory 217-216
West Coast, V. I., Directory. . .227-231
Yale Directory 195-198 Late Arrivals, Removals, Corrections, Etc.
OFFICERS OF VANCOUVER LODGE, NO.
A. O. U. W
Bro. H. Rhodes, P. M. W.; Bro. O. Warner, M. W.; Bro. F. Van
He«isi, G. F.; Bro. R. Bennett, O.; Bro. E. J. Wall, Recorder; Bro. R. Sea-
brook, F.; Bro. A. J. Rowbotham, Receiver; Bro. W. Turpel, G.; Bro. R.
Couse, I. W.; Bro. J. Smith, O. W.; Bro. Dr. 1. W. Powell, M. E.; Bro.
Dr. W. Jackson, M. E.
This lodge meets in the Temperance Hall, Pandora street, on the second
and fourth Fridays in each month.
Ackley, S., waiter, Driard House.
Alexander, R. H., Agent Hastings Sawmill Co., Wharf st.
Allatt, Miss Fanny, cor. Fort and Cook sts.
A llatt, Frederick R., carpenter, res Fort st.
Allatt, Mrs. E., wid, res Fort st.
Allatt, Miss M. A., clerk London Bazaar, res Fort st.
Andrews, George, shoemaker, at Heathorn's.
Anderson, J. L., plumber, at A. & W. Wilson's.
APPONYI, C. E., capitalist, res Driard House.
Ash, N., Teamster, R. R. Hotel.
Baird, W. A., bartender, Occidental Hotel.
Baird, J. T., clerk, Occidental Hotel.
Hurran, August, New England Bakery, Government st.
Bartlett, Mrs. L. B., Peterson's photographic Gallery, res Blanchard st.
Barlow, Thomas, emp. Bowman's stable.
Bailey, Miss H., emp. telephone office.
Baker, S.~& Co., Douglas st., Cash Grocery.
Bakewell, G., blacksmith, at W. Bryant's.
Bawden, James, cooper, at Maurmann's, Wharf st.
Barker, —, pattern maker, Albion Iron Works.
Barrett, George, carpenter.
Beckwith, John L., clerk, res Church Hill.
Bechtel, J., bartender, Terminus Hotel.
Beak & Co., London Market, cor Yates and Douglas sts.
Beauchamp, R., fish and fruit, Yates st.
Beanlands, Rev. Arthur, res Church Hill.
Bennett, Robt., San Francisco Baths, Government st.
Beck, A., buyer, Driard House.
Benjamin, A., wire weaver, at J. Sehl's.
Bellamy, Hugh, carpenter, res Burnside road.
Bishop, —, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Blacka.ll, George, Albion Saloon, cor Yates and Commercial sts.
Blanchard, H. Percy, advocate, conveyancer, etc., Bastion st.
Borzona, Angelo, bootblack, Government st.
Bozano, H., clerk, at Driard House.
Brown, Seymour, waiter, Colonial Hotel.
Brengen, Thomas, wood worker, at Queen City PlaningMills.
Bradley, J. A., traveler for A. Cowan, res Fort st, near Cook.
Busbridge, G. Yates, butcher, res Johnson st.
Burnett, E., moulder, Albion Iron Works. -
Burnett, H., moulder, Albion Iron Works, "res Store st.
CALHOUN, W. A., job printer, Fort st, res Blanchard st.
Calder, C, emp. Francis' stables.
< !ase, W., upholsterer, at J. Weiler*s. Carle, Fred, waiter, Lome Restaurant, Johnson st.
Carmichael, J. B., clerk, Kurtz & Co.'s, cor Government and Trounce sts.
Carmichael, C. L., clerk, I. X. L. Clothing Store, cor Gov't and Johnson.
Carson, Andrew, saddler, res Quadra st, bet View and Yates sts.
Callaghan, David, pressman, Munro Miller's, Johnson st.
Carr, —, tailor, res view st.
Caselton, —, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Cameron, C. N., Clerk, res Superior st.
Cameron, Howard, carpenter, Dallas road, James Bay.
Cherry, John, upholsterer, at J. Weiler's.
Christie, Wm., telegraph operator, Dominion telegraph office.
Chrow, Wm., clerk, at H. Saunders', res Chatham street.
Charters, J., blacksmith, British Columbia Iron Works.
Chang Gee, washing, etc., Johnson st.
CITY LIVERY STABLES (C. F. Claney, prop.,) cor Broad and Yates sts.
Clark, W. J., steward, Yates st.
Clark, Arthur, lineman, Telephone Co.
Clark, George, shoemaker, at Heathorn's.
Clark, George S., manager R. C. Janion & Co.'s, Store st.
Clyde, A. J., tinsmith, res Quadra st.
Clancy, C. F., City Livery Stables.
Clements, Detleff, cooper, at Maurmann's, Wharf street.
Clarke, George D.. watchmaker, Yates st.
Clarke, Charles, master schooner Juanita.
Collaster, J., carpenter, at Hay ward's.
COMBES, E.-j civil engineer and draughtsman, Bastion st.
Cowie, J. S., prop Bee Hive Hub, Fort st.
Condon, S., compositor, Daily Times, Government st.
Corson, E. O., shoemaker, foreman at Heathorn's factory, Government st.
Cook, J., bartender, Colonial Hotel.
Costello, M., malster, Bunster's brewery.
Colston, Robert, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Creed, Jno., laborer, J. Weiler's.
Crete, I., shoemaker, Yates street.
Crarery, Robert, farmer, Prospect Lake.
Day, A. G., cabinetmaker, at J. Weiler's.
DAVIE & POOLEY, barristers-at-law, notaries public, office Langley st.
Davie, George, boilermaker, I. X. L. Boiler Works.
Dawson, C. T., barkeeper, Pritchard House, cor Government and Yates sts.
Deacon, Joseph, prop Pacific Brewery, Herald st.
Delaney & Co., flour and feed store, Yates st, bet Langley and Wharf sts.
Deckard, S. A., machinist, res Princess ave.
Dean, —, helper, Albion Iron Works.
Dimmick, Henry, foreman moulding department Albion Iron Works.
Donaldson, J., carpenter, res Superior st.
Donovan, S., helper, Albion Iron Works.
Doherty, M., helper, Albion Irom Works.
Duffes, Mrs. J., dressmaker, Government st.
Dufour, W., Auction Mart, real estate, etc., Yates st..
Edwards, Wm., emp. C. Busk, Bastion st.
Ellis, Wm., blacksmith, Albion Iron Works.
Elvin, George, expressman, Esquimalt road.
Elliott, A. O, Stipendiary Magistrate, Metlakatlah.
English & Anderson, stairbuilders, Fort st, bet Blanchard and Douglas
Ensen, J., tinsmith, at H. C. Wilson's, Yates st.
Efcheridge, Ernest, joiner, res Fisguard st..
FARWELL, A. S., civil engineer, res Victoria.
Fehr, Ed., watchmaker, at Lange & Son's, Government st.
Finlayson, Duncan, clerk, Saanich road.
Flewin, W. H., cutter, Belmont shoe factory.
Foster, Robert, machinist. LATE ARRIVALS, REMOVALS, CORRECTIONS, Etc.
Ford, John, boilermaker, I. X. L. boiler works.
Fox, Mrs. S. H., housekeeper, Grand Pacific Hotel.
Foo Stai Tung, druggist, 521 Government street.
Eraser, James, A., Albion House, res James Bay.
Froom, George, waiter, Queen Chop House.
FRAZER, MRS. DONALD, res Maryfield Cottage, Jamei
Gandy, I., slaughterman, Goodacre's, Government st.
Garesche, G. H. (Garesche, G. & Co.), res Fort st.
Gerow & Co., Mrs., corset makers, Fort st.
Gerritsen, John, grocery and bakery, Humboldt st.
res Pandora ave
Giles, George F., carriage trimmer.
Gin Wau, washing, etc., 503 Government st.
Glenn, Richard, bartender, Caledonia saloon, cor Cormorant and St
Godin, B., barkeeper, Driard House.
Gonnason, Aaron, wood worker, Queen City Planing Mills.
Gordon, Wm., City Bakery, Johnson st.
GREEN, ASHDOWN H., Indian Reserve Commission.
"Grant, Wm., sailmaker, at Wilton's, Johnson st.
iGreen, L. D., at Peterson's photo gallery, Government st, re
Gunnison, B., machine hand at C. Hay ward's.
Hamm, D., barkeeper, Driard House.
Halpenny, Mrs., dressmaker, Fort st.
HARRISON & PRAEGER, physicians and surgeons, office Fort st
Hastie, James, carpenter, res Chatham st.
Harvey, C, helper, Albion Iron Works.
Hall, Alf., tinsmith at D. Heal's, res. Johnson st.
Hamilton, George, clerk at E. G. Prior's, Government st.
Hamilton, Alexander, stonecutter at J. Mortimer's, Government st.
•Hague, H., porter at S. Leiser's, res View st.
Harker, J. B., (Delaney & Co.,) Yates st, bet Langley and Wharf.
Haslem, James, waiter, Terminus Hotel.
Helmer, Wm., day clerk, Grand Pacific Hotel.
Heins, John, bartender, Vancouver House.
Hill, A. E., Dominion lands survey staff.
Hin Hing, washing^ etc., Douglas st.
Horch, Charles S., cooper at Maurman's, Wharf st.
Hodge, —, helper, Albion Iron Works.
Hotson, John, porter, Burns & Co., Yates st.
Howard, Henry, compositor, Daily Standard.
Holness, J., butcher, Spring Ridge.
Howard, H., tinsmith, Taylor's, Johnson st.
Hooper, Miss S., emp Occidental Hotel.
Holmes, Mrs., wid, res Douglas st.
Hudson, A. F., Centennial Restaurant, Government st.
Hunter, Edwin E., wood worker, Queen City Planing Mills.
Hutton, George, tobacco, fruit, etc., Johnson st.
Ilkenhans, C. F., watchmaker, res View st.
Ireland, Charles, caretaker drill shed.
Janion, R. M., (R. C. Janion & Co.), Store st.
Jackson, J. H, manager intelligence office, 521 Government st.
JACOBY, Henry, merchant, res Rae st.
Jeffrey, Richard, Victoria gas works, res Cormorant st.
Jenkins, Charles, carpenter, res Victoria.
JOHNSON, YATES & JAY, barristers-at-law, notaries, etc, Langle
Kamiya, R., Japanese Bazaar, Government st.
Kentre, C, helper, Albion Iron Works.
Kettle, —, macninest, Albion Iron Works.
Kilcup, Walter, moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Kruger, Louis, Cook, Vancouver House.
Law, Robert, helper, Albion Iron Works.
Latham, S., machinist, Albion Iron Works.
Blanchard st LATE ARRIVALS. REMOVALS, CORRECTIONS, Etc.
Lawson, L., cigar maker, T. L. & Co., Government st.
Lawson, J., brewer, Victoria Brewery.
Lawton, John F., runner, St. Nicholas Hotel.
Lawrence, Fred, cook, New England Bakery, Government st.
Lam Kee & So., merchant tailors, 104 Fisguard st.
LARKIN, CONNOLLY & CO., contractors for Esquimalt graving dock.
Lane, C. C, emp T. N. Hibben& Co.'s, res head Jonnson st.
Lewis, Ed., painter, res Government st.
Legingham,        , helper, Albion Iron Works.
Leclaire, M., messenger Dominion telegraph office, Government st.
Leneveu, D., flour and feed store, Yates st.
Lindsay, T. J., police officer, barracks.
Lowenstein, John, watchmaker, C. E. Redfern, res Rae st.
LOEWENBERG, HARRIS & Co., real estate agents, Government st.
Marboeuf, L., chief cook Driard House.
Macbeath, Duncan G., foreman at Muirhead & Mann's, res Victoria West
Macdonald, D. G., stonecutter, J. Mortimer's, Government st.
Manson, J. D., butcher, res Michigan st, James Bay.
Marlow, L., cigar maker, Kurtz & Co., Grand Pacific Hotel.
Martin, Walter, bartender, Colonial Hotel.
Maiturs, J. W., Japanese Bazaar.
Magee, John, Palace Saloon.
Mathews, J. P., N. & Ross., res Montreal st, James Bay.
Mason, Wm., stair builder, at S. Gray's.
MACDONALD, F. J., reporter, Daily Standard.
Martin, George, pattern maker, Albion Iron Works.
Mallandaine, E., Jr., res Slmcoe st.
McArthur, Mrs. Ada, compositor, Daily Standard, res Johnson st.
McCallum, D., emp Bowman's stables.
McCollom, Hugh, helper, I. X. L. Boiler Works.
McConnell, J. P,, wood worker, S. Gray's, res Herald st.
McCulloch, G. A., clerk, Victoria Postoffice, res Michigan st.
McDermott & Bush, props Garrick's Head, Bastion st.
McDonald, A., mariner, res Douglas st.
McGinnis, , moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Mcintosh, R., carpenter, res Yates st.
Mcintosh. J., clerk, Wm. Wilson & Co.'s.
McKay, W. J., compositor, Daily Times.
McLachlan, O, bookeeper, F. D. & B., res Victoria
McMilne, pattern maker, Albion Iron Works.
McNeill, Jas., booker, Kurtz & Co., res Rae st.
McNeil, J., River's Inlet cannery, res Yates st.
McTavish, Mrs., wid, res Humboldt st.
Menasher, G., cooper, Victoria Brewery.
Mentzel, Ernest, bartender, Bank Exchange Saloon.
Metcalfe, Ed., manager London Market, cor Yates and Douglas sts.
Minor, Thomas, painter, res Johnson st.
Miller, , helper, Albion Iron Works.
Miller, Wm., booker, Kurtz & Co., res Spring Ridge.
Michell, J. R., clerk, E. G. Prior's, res Discovery st.
Mikuni, R., Japanese Bazaar.
Morrell, D., steward, Driard House.
Moss, W., res Yates st, above Cook.
Moss, George, clerk, E. J. Salmon & Co., Johnson st.
MUNN, HENRY, reporter, Daily Standard.
Muschamp, E., bartender, Edinburgh House, cor Yates and Douglas sts.
Newman, Geo., tailor, res View st.
Neil, Jas., butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.) Government st.
NEWCOMBE, WM., M. D., physician and surgeon, res Pandora st
NELSON, HON. HUGH, Senator and J. P.
Nillson, Gus., lineman, Telephone Co. GUN AMD BIFLE H MEl
IMPORTER   OF
Guns, Rifles, Pistols,  Shot Belts, Ammunition, Pouehes,
Powder Flasks, Plated Ware, Pocket fy Table Cutlery.
FISHING   TACKLE   OF"   ALL   KINDS.
Guns and Rifles made to order, and repairing of every description in the Gun Trade
neatly executed, and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
POET STBEET, NEAR GOVERNMENT, VICTORIA, B. C.
<!$
MANUFACTURERS OF
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
^ B"S-   S T" E .A. :MI.
Importers and Dealers in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NHS, Etc,
188 FRONT STREET, BET. CALIFORNIA AND PINE.
P. O. Box, 2192.
C P. SHEFFIELD.
GARESCHE, GREEN & Co.,
BANKERS,
GOVERNMENT STREET,
Deposits received in Gold, Silver and U. S. Currency-
Interest paid in the same on Time Deposits.
Gold Dust and U. S. Currency purchased at highest
markets rates.
Sight Drafts and Telegraphic Transfers on San
Francisco, New York and Canada.
Exchange on London available in all parts of Europe, England, Ireland and Scotland.
Letters of Credit issued on the principal Cities of
the United States, Canada and Europe.
Agents for Wells. Fargo & Co.
N. W. SPAULDING.
■17 & 19 FREEMONT STREET,
Sa.ii. S^ran-clsco, Ceil.
Saws of Every Description on Hand and Made to Order.
Agents for C. B. PAUL'S FILES. Repairing of all kinds done at short notice.
Victoria, B. C.
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IMPORTERS OF
Etc.   Stc
SHIPPING   WORK  A   SPEC
WES jS^F., VICTORIA, SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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P, TAYLOB & CO.,
414 and 416 CEAY STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.,
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MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF
ilia, Straw, Hardware ani lews Papers
Together with which is kept in stock a Full Line of
Twines, Tags and Cigarette Papers,
Special Sizes and'Weights of Paper and Bags
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Depot:
Pioneer, San Geronineo, South Coast and Chemical,
(Holyoke, Mass.,) Paper Mills.
The Paper on which this Directory is printed was manufactured by S. P. Taylor & Co. LATE ARRIVALS, REMOVALS, CORliEOTIONS, Exo.
:;Nixon, I., sash and door maker (Queen City Plan. Mills).
^Nishiyama. S., Japanese Bazaar.
O'Brien, Jno. A., butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.)
| O'Giles, fish and fruit, Yates st.
; Oppenheimer, Solomon, clerk (O. Bros.) "W harf st.
On Hing, clothing, &c, Johnson st.
O'Reilly, Wm., clerk (White House) res Rae st.
tOtto, Walt., barber (J. Cohen's) Yates st.
Paine, W. H., clerk (E. B. Marvin) res. North Park st.
Pankett, —, boiler maker, Albion Iron Works.
Pacific Brewery (J. Deacon, prop.) Herald st.
Pape, John, emp. Victoria Transfer Co. 's stables.
Parker, Jno., bartender, Terminus Hotel.
Pearson, —•, machinist, Albion Iron Works.
^Pearce, Saml., clerk (Neufelder & Ross) res George road.
Philipps, Wm H., commercial engraver.
Phillips, Geo., stove dealer, 104 Store st.
Piercy, Jno , clerk (D. Spencer's) res Fort st.
Pope, T. A., draughtsman, Dom. Lands Office.
Priest, Thos., brewer, Pacific Brewery.
Prout, Wm., Brunswick Hotel.
Praeger, E. A.; L. F. P. & S., Glasg.; L. S. A., Lond. ; L. M. Ph. & Surg.
(Harrison & P.) Fort st.
Rabb, Wm., butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.) Government st.
Rappe, Chas., watchmaker (Lange & Son) Government street.
Reiner, F.. tinsmith, at A. &W. Wilson's.
Rendell, Ed., shoemaker, Johnson st.
Reid, J., wholesale confectionery, Yates st.
Rendall, Robt., res Simcoe st.
Rife, David, painter, at Smith & Rendell's.
Richman, Wm., cabinet maker, Geo. L. Simpson's, Douglas st.
Richardson, Thos., blacksmith, W. C. Bryant's.
Rich, Sam., moulder, Albion Iron Works.
Robb, Bernard, painter, res Johnson st.
Ross, F., foreman (R. Lettice) res. Mich, street.
Roskelly, Joe, beam hand", Rock Bay Tannery.
Roach, Alb., head waiter, Vancouver House.
Rowbottom, G. W., butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.) res. Fort st.
Robinson, Katie, emp. (B-, T. Williams) res. Laurel Point.
Kudge, Walterr marble cutter, res Fisguard st.
SAUNDERS, W. T., cook, res Fisguard st., next door to Masonic Hall.
Sanford & Co., W. E. clothiers (wholesale) Hamilton, Ont.; A. Cowan, agt.
Safercadi, Francis (Ind. goods) Johnson street.
Snowden, Northing P., Douglas House.
Scott, Wm., Old Ship Inn, Wharf st.
Schoessler, Chas., fruit, tobacco, &c, 22 Johnson st.
Scriven, Very Revd., Archdeacon of Vancouver, res Bird Cage Walk.
Sepiah, F. (boots and shoes) Johnson st.
SEUHERS, RT. REV. CHAS-, Archbishop, res Victoria
Sharp, D., tailor, Douglas st.
Shields, E., teamster (Goodacre's) res Cormorant st.
Shields, W., slaughterman (Goodacre's) res Cormorant st.
Sherborne, F. T., carpenter, res Angel Hotel.
Sime, Wm.., shoemaker (Hooper & Rorde) Government st.
Smith, Chas., King's Bakery, res Collinson st.
Smith, Geo., apprentice, Norris' saddlery, Government st.
Smith, Henry, cook, Queeu Chop House, Yates st.
Smith, James (Harris & Hargrave's) res Superior st.
Souden, Thos., cabinet maker, res Cormorant st.
Son on Lung & Co., merchants and tailors, 11 Store st.
Somerville, —, machinist, Albion Iron Works. Speed, J. W., shoemaker, res Saanich road.
Spanholtz, Chas., cooper, at Maurmann's, Wharf street.
Spotts, F., blacksmith, res Johnson st.
Speers, Geo., butcher (Metcalfe Bros.)
Stevens, A., teamster (Goodacre's) res Douglas st.
Stallard, Chas., plumber (J. Braden's) res Johnson st.
Stockald, Chas., stripper (Kurtz & Co.)
Syms, —, boiler maker, Albion Iron Works.
Taylor, Geo., oil dealer, Fort st.
Tai Chong Yuen, merchants, Cormorant st.
Tesche, E., butcher (Van V. & Co.) Government st.
Thompson, A., plumber, at J. Stewart's, Yates st.
Thomas, J. B., cutter (A. Gilmore's) Johnson st.
Thompson, R. B., dentist, office Government st.1
ToUich, G., fish, fruit, &c, Johnson st.
Townsend, T. N. E., carpenter, res Superior st.
Trainor, A., teamster (H. Saunders') Johnson st.
Vanallman, J. C, prop. Commercial Hotel, cor. Douglas and Fisguard st.
Victoria Spring Mattrass Factory, 213 Fort st., bet. Broad and Douglas.
VINCENT, F.W., cashier and chief accountantC.P.N.Co.,resBlanchardst
Walmsley, P., cook, Royal Hotel.
WaUing, A. C., artist, res Quadra st.
Walker, R. H., blacksmith, Herald st.
Watson, Pierce, clerk (N. & Ross) res John st.
Wai Fong, surgeon, 521 Government st.
Wark, Chas., (emp. H. Waller) res. Michigan st.
Welsh, J., police officer, Rock Bay.
Welmer, A. W., cigar maker, cor. Broad and Johnson sts.
Wescott, A. E., clerk (T. Haughton's) Yates st.
Welch, Rithet & Co., general merchants, Wharf st.
West, H., painter, res Victoria.
Whytock, L. B., carpenter, res Fort st.
WorreU, F., baker (Nesbitt & Co.'s).
WorreU, Wm., baker (Nesbitt & Co.'s).
Wickens, A., foreman (J. Sehl's) res Angel Hotel.
Wiss, F., book-keeper (Van V. & Co.) Government st.
Wfiliams, D., boUer maker (Albion Iron Works).
Withrow, Miss, artist, res Pandora ave.
Widdowson, Fred., (emp. Brown & White) Blanchard st.
Wood, Jerome, waiter (Driard House).
Wolf, P., deUvery man (Victoria Brewery).
Wolf, Louis, cigar maker (T. L. & Co.) Government st.
Worth, F. (Palace Saloon) Yates st.
Woodhead, E. A., clerk (W. House) res Vancouver House.
Wreford, Walt., stableman (Francis Stables).
Ye Yune & Co., groceries, &c, Cormorant st.
Yee Wo, merchant tailor, Cormorant st.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION LIBRARY, cor. Govt.
and Bastian sts.
JESSOP, JOHN, Immigration Agent to Dominion Govt., res Yates st.
CHANGES, Etc., continued.
Page 9.—Direct mail communication with San Francisco every eight days.
PAGE 17.
Allan, N. W. Edinburgh House, cor Yates and Douglas sts.
Adams, W. H., res Work Estate.
Adler, Julius, groceries, etc., Fort St., res James Bay.
PAGE 18.
ANDREWS, JOHN A., clerk (H. B. Co.) res Garbally. LATE ARRIVALS, REMOVALS, CORRECTIONS, Exo
^ANDERSON, C. D. (A. & A.) 205 Fort st., res cor Quadra and Fort sts.
ANDERSON, R. A. (A. & A.) 205 Fort st., res cor Quadra and Fort sts.
: Atwood, Frank (A. Ofner) res Cook st.
Babbage, Geo., clerk (Royal Hotel) N. E. corner Fort and Douglas sts.
Page 19.—Baker, Joseph H., shoemaker, res Henry st.
PAGE 21.
BLAIKLOCK, MRS. S. A., widow, res Superior st.
Behnsen, Henry F., foreman (Kurtz & Co.)
Belanger, Francis, carpenter, res and store Government st.
BANTLY, M., cigar manufacturer, 202 Johnson st.
Bland, Joseph, carpenter, res Esquimalt road.
Bloomfield, Charles P., supt. city police, res Pandora st.
PAGE 22.
BONE, W. H. (T. N. Hibben & Co.) res Holgate, Topaze ave.
Borde, August, help. (A. I. W.) res Chatham st.
Boucherat, J. (B. & Camsusa) res Pemberton st.
PAGE 24.
Burnes, Thomas S., brass moulder (A. I. W.) res American Hotel, Yates st.
Burnley, Charles E., manager Fulton Market and agent Oyster Bay Oyster
Co., res Yates st., bet Quadra and Vancouver.
PAGE 26.
jCarter, Paris, hack driver, Pandora st.
Carrol, Thomas, tinsmith (D. Heal's).
Carter, Thomas Wm. (Carter Bros.) res Johnson st.
Carter, Thomas, (emp M. W. Waitt & Co.) res George road
Gates, J., hack driver, res Rae st.
Cates, L., Vancouver Bakery, res Rae st.
CATON, J. A. T. (Caton & Co.) manufacturers' agent, res Pioneer st.
Page 27.—Chantrell, John B. (Garesche, Green & Co.) res James Bay.
Page 28.—Commercial Hotel, cor Douglas and Cormorant sts., proprietor
Vanallman, J. C.
PAGE 29.
Cook, F. P. (J. Hawkins) 210 Fort st, res Johnson st.
COUGHLAN, JOHN (C. & Mason) res cor Saanich and Burnside road.
COWAN, ALEX., commission merchant, salesroom Wharf st., res Fort st,
.COWAN, M. H., res Fort st.
PAGE 80.
For Creech, Samuel, circulator Daily Times, read carpenter.
For Croft Robert (manager Union T. & D. Co.) read Croft William.
For Cruckshank, Geo./ clerk, &cld Cruickshank.
For Cruckshank, Geo., tanner,    J
CROASDALE, H. E., J. P. (C. & Jones) res Fort st.
CROASDAILE & JONES, real estate agents, office cor Government and
Broughton sts.
Cusack, W. L., clerk, (emp S. Pitts, Yates st) res Pandora st.
CRUICKSHANK, GEORGE, clerk Bank British Columbia, Govt st.
Cruickshank, Geo., tanner, res Henry st.
PAGE 31.
For California Saloon, James Dalev prop., read Caledonia Saloon.
DAVIE, HON. A. E. B., res Michigan st.
DALBY, WM., manager Belmont Boot and Shoe Factory, res Pandora st.
Daley, James, prop Caledonia Saloon, cor Store and Cormorant sts.
Dempster, Peter, blacksmith (Wm. Grimm) res Rock Bay.
DAVIE, THEODORE, M. P. P. (Davie & W.) barrister-aMaw, office cor.
Langley and Fort sts, res Courtney st.
Davies, Phillip J., farmer, res Cook st.
PAGE 32.
Deasv, Thomas, messenger Dom. Govt. ."15-:-
PAGE 33.
DOUGLAS, MRS. J. W., wid., Michigan st.
De COSMOS, HON. A., res Fort st..
Doig, D., clerk Bank of B. N. A., res Douglas House.
DORM AN, W. H., clerk, P. O. Insp. office, res Michigan st., James Bay.
Doughty, George, brush maker, Fort st.
PAGE 34.
For Elford, Thomas, read Elford, Wm.
For Ella, T. R., read J. R.
For Elliott, Wm., res Pandora ave., read Quadra st.
Dudgeon, James, res Yates st.
Duue, H. A. (Kurtz & Co.) res cor Blanchard and Herald sts.
Elliott, Wm., stonecutter, res Quadra st.
Ellis, David M., prop Grand Pacific Hotel, cor Johnson and Store sts.
PAGE 35.
E'phinstone, Roger, house carpenter, res Quebec st.
ELs worth, James, bricklayer, res King's road.
EVANS, FLITCROFT (Evening Post) reporter, res View st, near Quadra.
Fairbairn, Wm., boiler maker, res Princess ave.
PAGE 36.
FINLAISON, C. S., chief clerk customs, res Quebec st., James Bay.
Field, Edwin, salesman (H. Jewell).
1 iudley, Hugh, machinist, shop Waddington alley, res Rock Bay.
Findley, Wm., machinist, Waddington alley, res Rock Bay.
FLETCHER, E. H, Post Office Inspector, res Cook st.
PAGE 37.
Ford, M., shoemaker, res Boomerang Hotel.
PAGE 38.
GAMBLE, F. C, C.E. \       Kingston st
GAMBLE, A. G. (see Woods, Turner & Gamble)N.W. /res ^"S81011 Sl-
PAGE 39.
Good, Henry, res Fort st.
GOODACRE, L., prop Queen's Market, S. W. cor Govt and Johnson sts.
PAGE 40.
For Graham, J. A., read Grahame, J. A.
Green, H. H., compositor (Colonist) res Johnson st.
GREEN, R. E., Dominion Govt. Savings Bank, res Ross Bay villa.
PAGE 41.
For Gregg & Son, read Gregg, A., & Son.
For Gwennap, James, Princess st., read Pioneer st.
Griffiths, John, book-keeper (Goodacre's) res Pandora st.
Grissmer, August, artistic tonsor, Vic. Baths, 59 Johnson st., res Douglas st.
PAGE 42.
Harrison, Henry, M. R., etc., res Vancouver st.
Harvey, Edward "J
Harvey, H. j- res near Government House.
Harvey, Rout     J
HARRIS  & HARGRAVES, surveyors and architects, Govt. st.  near
Fort st., upstairs.
Harrison, Eli, importer and dealer in paints, cor Douglas and Pandora sts.
PAGE 43.
For Hendry, Thomas (Mason & H.) read (Manson & H.)
1 lay lies, Albert, emp Thomas Harding, Vancouver Bakery.
IIEISTERMAN, H. F. & Co., real estate agents, office Govern
PAGE 45.
Horn, H. R., emp H. Bornstein, res Dallas road.
Horner, John, clerk (Wm. Denny) res Bay st.
Howe, George, clerk (Brown Jug Saloon) res Rae st.
iment st. LATE ARRIVALS. REMOVALS, CORRECTIONS, Etc.
PAGE 46.
HUMPHREYS, HON. THOMAS B., res cor Blanchard ana
Huson, A., res No, 8 Store st., near Govt.
Huson, A. Wm., groceries and cracker bakery, No. 8 Store st.
Irwin, H. G. J., clerk (C Strauss & Co.) res Superior st.
PAGE 47.
(JAY & CO., seed merchants, 118 Fort st., nurseries on Cook st.
JAY, GEO., Jr. (Johnson, Y. & J.) solicitor, res North Park st.
Jacklin, D., stove moulder, Albion Iron Works, res Herald st.
JAMIESON, ROBERT, clerk (T. N. Hibben & Co.) res Quadra st.
Jewell, Henry, gen. dealer, S. W. cor Yates and Douglas sts., res Fort st.
JOHNSTON, J., clerk, M. W. Waitt & Co., res Yates st.
PAGE 48.
For Jones, T. D., L. S, D., read Jones, T. J., L. S. D.
PAGE 49.
Keast, Mrs. A., res Henry st.
Jones, Wm. R , cigar-maker, Kurtz & Co., res Broad st., cor Johnson.
Kent, (\ H, book-keeper, Garesche, Green & Co., Govt, st., res Yates st.
King, Charles H., foreman stripper department, Kurtz & Co., res Kane st.
PAGE 50.
Knauss, Thomas R., cigar maker, Kurtz & Co., res Johnson st.
KURTZ, JOHN (Kurtz & Co.) cigar manufacturer, res Yates st,
PAGE 51.
Lawson, Wm. G., general repairing, Broad st., cor Trounce.
LEASK & CO., merchant tailors, 211 Fort St., near Douglas.
PAGE 52.
Leuz, Moses (York & L.) res Pandora ave.
For Linneker, Charles,    ~|
For liinneker, Edward,    > read Lineker.
For Lisset & Linneker,    j
Loyd, W. C, cigar maker, T. & L & Co., res Commercial Hot.<
PAGE 54.
After MARVIN, EDGAR, read Vice-Consul, U.S.A.
PAGE 55.
Mastin, Edw., carpenter, res cor Pandora and Quadra sts.
Matthews, J. W., boot and shoemaker, Yates st.
MATTHEWS, RICHARDS & TYE, hardware, iron machinery, &c.
Maynard, A. H., foreman, R. Maynard's, res John st.
McAlister, A., pilot, res cor Store and discovery sts.
PAGE 56.
McKechnie, M. E. A., printer, Standard, res Cormorant st.
PAGE 57.
MoMICKING, R. B., J. P., manager Victoria and Esquimalt Telephone
Co., res Bird Cage Walk.
McKeon, A., cutter, Belmont Boot and Shoe Factory, res Blanchard st. "
McKillican, W. D. (McK. & Anderson) res View st.
MACLAUGHLIN, JOSEPH H., Dominion Govt. Savings Bank, res cor
Pandora st and Fernwood road.
Maelaughlin, Thomas, carriage maker, Wm. Grimm, res cor Pandora st
and Fernwood road.
PAGE 58.
METCALFE BROS., proprs Victoria Meat Market, cor Johnson st and
Waddington alley.
PAGE 59.
For Milten, Wm., clerk, read cook.
Millington, Wm., butcher, Goodacre's, res Fortst. PAGE 60.
For Mortimer, Thomas, 204 Government st., read Fort st.
Moore, Jno. J., druggist, res S. E. cor Langley st.
Morrow, D. W., clerk, Victoria Post Office, res Burnside road.
PAGES 61 & 62.
Munro, George E., book-keeper, J. D. Warren's.
NESBITT & CO., proprs B. C. Cracker Factory, Fort st.
Nesbitt S. D., (N. & Co.), res Fort st.
Oakes, Peter, B. C. Cracker Factory, Fort st.
PAGE 63.
OSTERHOUT & CO., proprs Brunswick Hotel, cor Yates & Douglas sts.
Palmer, A. B., clerk, O. Bros., res North Park st.
PAGE 64.
Pen well, Chas. T., read Pen will.
Pierce, John, carriage-maker, Powell's, Johnson st.
PERKINS, W. H. S., Fort st., near Vancouver st.
Peterson, Louis, photographer, 112 Government st.
Pettingell, B. C. (P. & Co.) res Rae st.
PAGE 65.
POLLARD, WM.,  barrister-at-law, office Langley St., res "The Hawthorn's," Burnside road.
PAGE 66.
POWELL,   LIEUT.-COL.   J.  W., M. D., res   cor   Vancouver st   and
Burdett ave.
POWERS, T. F., Employment Agency Office, Langley st.
PRIOR, EDWARD GAWLER, dealer in agricultural implements and
hardware, Govt. St., bet Yates and Johnson sts.
PAGE 67.
RAYMUR, MRS., widow, res James Bay.
REDFERN,  C. E., watchmaker and jeweler,  Govt, st.,  bet Fort and
Broughton st., res cor Bellville and St. John st.
READ, J. M., custom shoemaker, Johnson st., res Queen's ave.
PAGE 68.
RHODES, HARRY, clerk, Bank of B. G, res Yates st.
Richard, Z. M., cigar maker, etc.
Robinson, R., poultry rancher, res N. Park st.
PAGE 69.
Ross, Dixi H. (Neufelder & Ross) res Frederick st.
ROYAL HOTEL, N. E. cor Fort & Douglas sts., Spencer & Phillips, prps.
PAGE 70.
Savory, W. J. R., fish, fruit, etc., Yates st.
Sears, Joseph, res cor Fort and Vancouver sts.
Shade, G., shoemaker, H. Mansell's, res Fort st.
Sherk, Jacob, turner, res Henry st.
PAGE 71.
SEABROOK, R., salesman, Welch, R. & Co.
PAGE 72.
SIFFKEN, W. C, res Quebec st.
SHOREY, H. & CO., wholesale clothing.
Sims, G. A.1 Metcalfe Bros.
Sims, Wm. J      *
Sims, Walter, butcher, res head of Pandora ave.
SIMPSON, DONALD, merchant tailor, Fort st, near Broad.
Simpson, Geo. L., new and second-hand furniture, Douglas st.
Smith, A. J., res Superior st.
PAGE 78.
SMITH, JOHN L., cigar maker, Kurtz & Co. Smith, James, bartender, North Pacific Saloon, cor Govt and Yates st.
SOMMER, JOSEPH, manufacturer of pictures, mirrors and frames, 209
Govt St., res Fort st.
Speed, James W., carpenter, res Saanich road.
Spence, Wm., Jr., tinsmith, res Yates st.
PAGE 74.
SPRING, C, gentleman, res Bellville st.
For St. Charles Hotel, read Edinburgh House, S. E. cor Yates and Douglas
sts., Allan, N. W., prop.
Steers, Charles, carpenter, J. P. Burgess, Johnson st.
Stannard, John S., salesman, Wm. Wilson & Co., res James Bay.
PAGE 75.
STEPHENS, COL. R. J., Consul, U. S. A., temporary res Montreal st.
Stewart, James, clerk A. McLean's, res Kingston.
Strahle, Paul, upholsterer, 213 Fort st., bet Broad and Douglas sts.
Streicher, Chas., cigar maker, Kurtz & Co., Fort st.
PAGE 76.
Swearingen, Henry, painter, R. Lettice, Broad st.
Tanner, Stephen, fngr Vict. Truck & Dray Co. stables, res Pioneer st.
Baylor, F., cabinet maker, res Douglas st.
TEMPLEMAN. WM., editor Daily and Weekly Times.
PAGE 77.
for ffiSSSj Mrs^ } S| Townsend, res Superior st,
Tiedemann, H. O., architect, office Govt st., res James Bay.
TIPPINS, WM. J., prop Victoria Candy Factory, 212 Fort st.
PAGE 78.
VAN NEVEL, Rev. J. A., St. Andrew's Cathedral,View st., and Principal
St. Louis College.
Van Volkenburgh, Benjamin (Vaff V. & Co.) res Vancouver & Johnson sts.
VERNON, C. A., J. P., res Park st.
PAGE 79.
Veitch, W., blacksmith, res cor Edward and Russel sts., Victoria West.
VICTORIA BREWERY, S. E. cor Govt and Discovery sts., Loewen &
Erb, props.
Vienna, Poncho, clerk (George Vienna) Govt st.
Waidren, A. J., teamster, res Vancouver House.
Walker, John W, police officer, res Herald st.
Wall, Edmond James, clerk, res Springville.
WALLER, Henry, prop B. C. Candy Factory, Fort st.
PAGE 80.
WELCH, RITHET & Co., general merchants, etc.
Watson, W., iron moulder, Albion Iron Works, Herald st.
Webb, George, res Royal Hotel.
Wells, Fred. J., Bowman's stables, View st.
PAGE 81.
White, Edward (Brown & White) res Yates st.
Whitefield, Charles, wood turner, Queen City Ping. Mills, res Royal Hotel.
Whitworth, Miss L., Heathorn's Shoe Factory.
WILBY, WM., clerk, M. W. Waitt & Co., res cor Fort and Douglas sts.
Wilcox, Joe, waiter, Terminus Hotel.
PAGE 82.
Wilson, Thomas, plumber, res Pandora st.
PAGE 83.
Winters, R. K, barber, Portland Hair Dressing Saloon, res Pandora st.
Woolcock, James, B. C. Soap Works, res Pioneer st.
For Wood, Caton & Co., read J. A. T. Wood. PAGE 83—c .ntmued.
For WOOTTEN,   S. T. )
For Wootten, E. E. [• read Wootton.
For Wootten, H. H.        J
Wriglesworth, Joseph, family grocer and agent for Lime Co., S. E. corner
Blanchard and Yates sts.
PAGE 84.
For Gun Lun Tay Tea Store, read Gum Lun Tay.
YATES, J. STUART, banister-at-law, res Craigie Lea;  also see Johnson
Y.&Y.
Young, J. C, Albion Iron Works.
Y ning, Louis (Y. & Bros.) Government st.
Bow, Yuen & Co., importers of merchandise, Cormorant st.
PAGE 85.
Kwong Fook, Chinese merchandise, Cormorant st.
PAGE 88.
Wylde, E. A., clerk, Bank B, C.
For George Cruckshank, read Cruickshank, George.
For J. S. Milligan, read T. S. Milligan.
For H. Beaven, read H. R. Beaven.
For D. Davidson, read Alex. Davidson.
For Jack, Mrs. A., read Jack, Mrs. J., widow, Superior st.
PAGE 89.
Victoria Lodge—for L. G. McQuade read Walter S. Chambers,  and for
David Bonfield read David Bamfield.
PAGE 91.
Court Northern Light—for H. Thornhill read II. rathcart.
PAGE 92.
For Militia Band read Prof. Haynes.
PAGE 93.
J. J. Robinson, boat builder.
PAGE 94.
For College School, Beacon Hill read Church Hill.
Charles Gabriel, crockery dealer.
Johnson, James, expressman, cor Govt and Fort sts., res James Bay.
PAGE 96.
Among Hospitals read Marine Hospital.
PAGE 97.
Read AUSTIN, J. J., notary public, Govt st.
JOHNSON, EDW. M., cor Govt and Bastion sts.
PAGE 98.
For Fawsett, R. W. read Fawcett, R. w'.
Read Rowbotham, J. H., physician and surgeon, res Pandora ave.
PAGE 100.
WOODS, TURNER & GAMBLE, for Woods & Turner.
PAGE 181.
MOHUN E., C. E.; present address, Ladner's Landing. '
DeWitt, Joseph, farmer  do do
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JOSEPH DOOKRILL, Treasurer Pioneer Mills.
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Burnes, T.-J '.-. 145
jByrnes, Geo |  128
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iCameron, W. G 88, 96, 199," 200
ICambell, Frank     33
Carr, Richard  121
Clarke, -W. R. ,-   128
Colbert, Johns*.-..  145
Coughlan &. Mason .. 7 & front cover
Coulter & Co see back cover
Croft & Angus  193
Dalby, John..:  172
Davis & McCos-kery  20o
DeBeck.Bros. & Co.  153
DeWiederEoid & Co  112
Devine, Ed.& Co  149
Dillon, BTF^Sv:'v.     89
DingwalL -W. M  173
Dodd, W. W .'...:.'..'. 193
Dominion Saw Mill Co... .see inside
back cover
Dunsmuir, Robt. & Son   145
Earle, Thomas     241 Maynard, Geo. H additional list,
Elliott, Wm. A  1021 .page 7
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Henley's Celery,'Beef & Iron.. 1-J^-
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/HiiJbeh, T. N. & Co.. .see front cover
j5£*,o| and 135, 144, 185, 193, 213, 2i6
-Homer & Son '.  160 ,
.Home, A. G. & Son   . '97
aa'ofez, Miss k. : ■;..:..:? 32
Humber, M.... ................ 178
Insley, J. E '. .-.see back cover
?$me, John ........ 200
|E|hjnsoni "Walker & Flett  121
j0Janson"& Co.'.'.  172
Johnson, Charles J  104
Johnstone & Smith          2
Kelly, R. B.  176
Knight Bros   176
Langley & Co
Lawson, A. W ,  105
Law, Robert  172
Lilley, H. A. .:.   .,^g0 "
Lewis & Co	
Marnnion, Joseph ...'.... 172
Manson, M     96
Manson '& Hendry  112
Mansell, H. .,       9
Mara, J. A  177
Mayer, Alex. & Co     96
McCartney, W. E., & Bro 204
McColl, Wm see back cover
McDowell, W. J 16 and see back
cover
McNaughten, CM  153
McLaren, J. C.  209
Muirhead & Mann  104
Elson, W  172
Fell & Co       1
"Ferris, W.D  172
Findlay, Durham & Brodie    113
Garescne, Green & Co      5
Geisler, Fred Wm  176
Gowen, Thomas  136
Gray, Samuel       3
Gregg, A. & Son  89
Grimm' Wm  137
Gilmore, A  201
Hay ward, Charles  128 Prothero, W. & Co.
Heathorn, Wm  105  Publication office of B. C. Direc-
Heisterman, H. F. & Co  137     tory 115, 188,
Hendry, John  177  Rae, Wm	
Henderson, Bros  169 I Rand, Bros	
Osborne & Alexander, near title page
Occidental Hotel .:.. see front cover
Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co.. 5
Pearson, H, H... .see top of left-hand
of page
Peruvian Bitters — see right-hand
side of page
Pither, Luke  120
Pointer, N '.    33
Port Moody Gazette at back xvi
Prior, E. G.
217
161
215
161
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Rand & Lipsett  112
Redfern, C. E see front cover
Richardson, R. B  115
Robson, D. & Co  168
Rothschild & Ehrenpfort      5
San Francisco Chronicle, .see bottom
of right-hand page
Scoullar, E. & Co see front cover
Sehl, Jacob 105
Shannon & Co see front cover
Shears & Page  244
Short, Henry 5, 172
Shotbolt, Thomas see front cover
Sommer, Joseph  145
Stemler & Earle    24
Stirsky, Franz  172
Strahle, J., & Co  216
Sullivan, Arthur W  149
Suter, J. K  192
Thompson, Thomas  144
Times, Daily and Weekly .. 201 and
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Tippins, W. J .see back cover
Tolmie, Al. J 152
Townsend, Wm. B 160, 172
Trapp, Bros 161 and front cover
Tugwell, Thomas  109
Turnbull, James  216
Turner, Beeton & Co. .. 129 and back
cover
Taylor, S. P., & Co      6
Vancouver Coal Mining Co see
inside back cover
Ward, Robt. & Co.. .17 & front cover
Wardle, James  176
Watkins, Richard     96
Wetter, John  172
Webb, Joseph     97
Williams, R. T see bottom of left-
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Wilson, A.&W	
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Wolz, Wm. .. see bot. left-hand page
Woods, Turner & Gamble 160
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The City was incorporated in 1862. The last census, taken in 1881, gave a
population of 7,000, exclusive of Indians; but, estimating from the additional names
since" our last Directory was issued (1882-3), it is safe to state that the population of
Victoria City has increased 40 per cent., and, taking the estimate usually taken -
by Directory Compilers, Victoria has at present about 12,000 inhabitants. There- has
been a general business revival in nearly all branches, and to-day Victoria ranks
among the foremost cities on the north-west coast in respect to manufacturing and
commerce. The harbor is thronged with shipping, and her ocean trade extends
to Europe, Australia, China, United -States, Mexico, South America, and in fact to
all parts of the world—amounting last year (1884) to $2,638,894 hj. exports, while her
imports reached $3,475,735. A submarine telegraphic cable crosses the Gulf of
Georgia at Nanaimo and connects the city with the mainland of B. C., another
crossing the Strait of Fuca to Washington Territory, and from thence eastward to all
parts of the world, affording excellent telegraphic facilities. There is direct mail
communication, with San Francisco every ten days, and a daily overland mail via
Puget Sound. A tri-weekly service to both the mainland and east coast of
Vancouver Island. There is a useful telephonic system within the city, and the
streets are lighted by electric lights. Possessing large and well appointed schools
and private seminaries—excellent institutions for education, a mechanics' institute
with a complete and valuable library of choice works, musical societies, hospitals for
the care of the sick, and good homes for orphan children are provided. An efficient
fire department, composed of several pompanies, and the large and increasing number
of visitors, together with the many manufactories in full operation, is an indication-
of the life, growth and activity of Victoria City.
BUILDING   IMPROVEMENTS.
Since the last issue of the B. C. Directory there has been marked improvement throughout the entire city, and it is estimated that not less than 250
new buildings have been erected during the year 1884, with an expenditure of over
$600,000.
BOOK   BINDERY.
R. T. William's Book Binding and Blank Book Establishment is situated on
Broad street; opposite View, containing the most complete machinery for binding,
ruling, perforating, numbering, and all the general appliances for the above work;
being the most complete establishment of this kind north of San Francisco. Seven
persons are employed,
BOOK  AND  JOB   PRINTING.
Jas. E. McMillan's Book and Job Printing Establishment, Fort street, gives
employment to five persons, and has the latest designs of type, presses, &c. Job
work of all descriptions is printed at this office.
Munboe Miller's Steam Book and Job Printing Office, on Johnson street,
contains presses and type of the latest designs.
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The Government Steam Book and Job Printing Office, at the Government
Building; is used only for Government work, and has all modern improvements in
presses and type.
For color printing see salmon "label printing. For other job printing offices see
newspapers.
BOILER   MAKERS.
/John Robertson, Boiler Maker and Blacksmith, has his works on Store
street, opposite the Telegraph Hotel. The establishment is well furnished with all
the plant required for boiler making.
The I. X. L. Steam Boiler Shop, corner Government and Pembroke streets,
Wm. Godfrey, proprietor, has all necessary machinery for general boiler making.
BOOT  AND  SHOE   FACTORIES.
The British Columbia Boot and Shoe Store, on Government street, is the
oldest establishment of the kind in the province, having been started in 1860 by its
present proprietor, Henry Mansell. The custom department is conducted exclusively
by white labor. All the modern styles are introduced. Number of men employed
at present, 13.
Victoria Boot and Shoe Factory, -Government street, Wm. Heathorn, proprietor, was established in 1872, and employs at present about 80 hands,
manufacturing from 40 to 50 thousand pairs yearly, valued at $100,000. Since our
last publication Mr. Heathorn has enlarged his factory and is at present making
preparations to manufacture with steam power a larger variety of boots and shoes.
There is also a tannery connected with this establishment, which is situated at Rock
Bay.
George H. Matnard, Proprietor of the City Boot and Shoe Store, on Fort
street, is employing from eight to ten skilled mechanics.    All white labor.
Belmont Boot and Shoe Factory, situated on Government street, W. Dalby,
manager, turned out during the past twelve months 28,000 pairs of boots and shoes,
valued at $70,000. Number of hands employed, 75. This firm has a tannery at
Belmont in Esquimalt district.
The People's Shoe Store, on Johnson street, has also a custom department
connected with their store.
The Queen's Boot and S&oe Store, corner Government and Yates, Gallick &
Morris, proprietors, is also manufacturing for the trade, and employ about 30 hands.
BREWERIES.
The Victoria Brewery, Loewen & Erb, Proprietors, is located on the corner
of Government and Discovery streets. It is the pioneer, established in 1858, brewing
about 150,000 gallons of beer per year.
The Phosnix Brewery, north-west corner Yates and Blanchard streets, was
established in 1868 by Chas. Gowen, its present proprietor. Its capacity is about
60,000 imperial gallons a year. Malting capacity 200 tons per year. The Phoenix
Brewery porter is noted throughout British Columbia.
John Leahy's Brewery is situated on Johnston, between Douglas and Blanchard
streets, and was formerly known as Bunster's. It has a larger capacity than any
other brewery in British Columbia.
The Lion Brewery, on Queen's avenue, has been of late re-opened by Peters &
Davis, and is doing an extensive trade.    They brew the celebrated Felsen Beer.
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The Bavaria, on Fort street, owned by Harry Walther, has established a
reputation of brewing beer second to none in quality.
Carter Bros.' Brewery, on Johnson street, is doing a good business, and is
noted for their superior article of porter.
Tiger Brewery, on Fort street, is engaged in the manufacture of excellent ale.
BRICK  YARDS.
Victoria Pioneer Steam Brick Yard, Coughlan & Mason, proprietors, is
located on Saanich road, corner of Burnside road, and gives employment to a
number of men in the manufacture of bricks and vitrified iron stone sewer pipes.
The work turned out is in good demand and the firm commands an extensive trade.
M. Humber, proprietor of a large brick yard, on Saanich road, is employing
a number'of'hands turning out a large number of first-class bricks yearly.
BRUSH   FACTORY.
Brush Factory, G. & J. Doughty, Proprietors, is on Fort street, and is the
only brush factory in British Columbia. The goods made are equal if not superior
to any imported.
CANDY   MANUFACTURERS.
This industry is well represented by H. A. Lilley, Douglas street, near Johnson,
where candies and confectioneries of the best quality are manufactured, and orders
receive prompt. attention. Also by H. Waller and W. H. Tippins, on Fort street,
and F. Bauman, on Yates street.
CARRIAGE   FACTORIES.
Wm. Grimm's Carriage Factory was established in 1870. It occupies a
frontage of 90 feet on Johnson' street, and is the largest in Victoria, manufacturing
carriages, wagons, &c, of every description, and employing from eight to ten men.
Mr. , Grimm also imports the latest styles of carriages, buggies, &c, doing an
extensive business in that branch of industry.
McELenzie & Meston, on Government street, are established since 1877,
employing a number of men in the carriage and wagon manufacturing business.
They are also importers in their line of business.
CIGAR   BOX   FACTORY.
Mr. D. W. Higgins is the proprietor of this new enterprise. It has a capacity
of 350 boxes a day, and will stop the importation of Chinese made cigar boxes from
California.    Only white labor is employed.
CIGAR   FACTORIES.
Kurtz & Co.'s Factory, next to Wells Fargo & Co.'s 'express, occupies the
entire upper portion of the building as well as an office down stairs. The factory is
the largest of its kind in the province, and employs exclusively white labor, giving
constant employment to about 20 cigar makers and 10 boys. The tobaccos used are
imported from Havana.
The T. & L. Cigar Factory is situated at 339 Government street, up-stairs,
next to the post office. It was established in 1882 and employs now 14 cigar makers
and seven boys. Their cigars, known as the T. & L., have a good reputation and are
sold throughout the entire province. Joseph L. Levy is the manager of the factory,
and none but white labor is employed.
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M. Bantly, the proprietor of the cigar factory on Johnson street, is also
employing only white labor, and manufactures a good article of cigars.
COFFEE  AND  SPICE   MILLS.
Stemler & Earle's Pioneer Coffee and Spice Mills, on Wharf street, are
doing an extensive business in all kinds of spices and ground coffee. They have
added to the above the manufacture of baking powder (The Pioneer) which is equal
to the best imported brands.
CRACKER   BAKERIES.
Huson & Moss, proprietors of the cracker bakery formerly owned by Joseph
Rhode, on Store street, near Johnson, manufacture pilot bread, soda, and sugar
crackers; employing four men.
Nesbitt & Co.'s Cracker Factory is situated at the lower end of Fort street;
fitted up with all the requisite machinery, driven by a three horse-power engine.
FOUNDRIES.
The Albion Iron Works Co. (limited), situated on Store, Chatham, Discovery,
and Herald streets, occupies about 16 town lots. These works were established
in 1862 by Mr. Jos. Spratt and were incorporated in 1882. The machine shop is
250x50, 2 stories high, replete with all modern machinery and capable of turning out
the best class of work. There are three foundries, one for stoves, 60x110; one for
machinery, 90x50; and one for other work, 100x50. All fitted with large cupolas and
powerful cranes. The brass foundry is fitted with four retorts of various sizes.
Blacksmith shop, 90x50, with eight blast fires, five-ton steam hammer, «team punch,
and shearing machine. Boiler shop, 240x50; most complete establishment on
the coast; two steam punches, 2 lever punches, one pair steam shears, two pair
lever shears, two steam drills. Have now on hand eight engines, from eight-inch to
46-inch bore, and have a large contract with the railroad contractors for bridge iron
and iron for cars and locomotives. The brass foundry shop, 65x30, is well fitted with
lathe, slotter, &c. In the basement is the bolt shopt where may be seen a very large
bolt forging machine, automatic tapping machines, and several bolt cutters. These
tools are all driven by two large boilers and four engines, situated in different
departments. They have turned out about 2,500 stoves this season, and are yet
unable to supply the demand. Average pay roll, 130 men, and wages amount to
$7,000 per month. Large outfit of hand tools; fire-proof warehouse; brick pattern
shop, three stories high, with newest styles of lathes for wood turning; circular saw;
band saw; jig saw, &c. Robert Dunsmuir, president; R. P. Rithet, vice president;
W.F. Bullen, secretary; A. Gray, manager.
The Novelty Iron Works, on Store street, Thomas Gowen, proprietor, has
been established about six years. The machine shop is 50x32 feet, two stories high,
and contains, on the ground floor, three lathes and one drilling and boring machine,
driven by steam; on the second story is a pattern shop.- Many of the steamers running
in these waters have been supplied with compound steam engines made at this
establishment.
Wilson Bros.' Iron and Brass Foundry is situated near the corner of Herald
and Government streets, and contains a cupola of three tons capacity.
SALMON   LABEL  PRINTING.
.Mr. D. W. Higgins, proprietor of the Colonist, having been the first to introduce
steam cylinder printing, is also the pioneer of chromatic printing.    The whole of the
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colored labels for the salmon canneries of British Columbia were last year printed by
,Mr. Higgins.    Thirty hands are employed.
Mr. Munroe Miller, on Johnson street, is about to embark in the business of
salmon label printing, and has imported an excellent printing press for that purpose.
SODA   AND   SYRUP  WORKS.
Christopher Morley has erected a new soda and.syrup works, in Waddington
alley, where the manufacture of soda water, lemonade, ginger ale, root bitters, &c.,
is carried on.
A. Phillips Is the proprietor of the Pioneer Soda Water and Syrup Works,
which are situated on Yates street, near wharf, and commands an extensive trade.
SOAP   WORKS.
Pendray & Co.'s Soap Factory.—This is the only soap factory in British
Columbia. It is located on Humboldt street and comprises very extensive buildings;
the main building being 60x40 feet, the warehouse 60x30, a storeroom 20x16, a blacksmith shop 16x16, and a carpenter shop 60x16 is connected with the establishment.
The amount of tallow used per week is 10,000 pounds. The quantity of household
soap manufactured per week is over 18,000 pounds. The various kinds of soap
manufactured are the tallow crown soap, the blue and red English model soap, and
toilet soaps of every description.
SASH  AND   DOOR   FACTORIES.
Sash and Door Factory, Muirhead & Mann, Proprietors, is situated on
Constance street. The main building, fronting the harbor, is 50x80 feet. The
boiler house is in the rear. On the opposite side of the road is a two story building,
40x70 feet, used as a store for sashes, &c. The factory contains a 30 horse-power
high-pressure engine, 24-inch planer, eight-inch molder, cutting and rip saws," emery
and lathe wheels. On the , second story there are two moulding machines, one
panel, one tenoning, and one mortising machine; a jointer with cross cut, band and
rip saws. The firm has constantly on hand semi-circular gutters and pointed pickets
for fencing.    The number of hands employed is 18.
Smith & Clark's Sash and Door Factory is situated on the corner-of Langley
and Fort streets. The main building is 40x60 feet, the joiner's shop 44x26 feet, and
the warehouse on Fort street 50x24 feet. The machinery consists of moulding
machine, planer, emery grinder, two mortising machines, with cutting off, rip, jig
and band saws.    This firm employs 31 men.
C. Hayward's Sash and Door Factory is situated on the corner of Langley and
Broughton streets, and is 75x30 feet, two stories in height. The saw-mill is 45x30
feet, and the warehouse 40x30 feet, two stories high. The first floor of the factory
contains band and rip saws, one surfacer, two stickers, circular saw \46 inches in
diameter, tenoning and mortising machines. On the same floor are two turning
lathes, boring, doweling, shaping and mortising machines, and crescent saws. The
steam engine is of 35 horse-power.    Number of men employed, 12.
SAW   MILL.
Rock Bay Saw Mill, W. P. Sayward, Proprietor, fe situated at the south
end of Rock Bay bridge. The mill is 120x35 feet, two stories high. The machinery
consists of double circular saw, edger, planers, trimmers, lath saw; two boilers, 80
horse-power. Can cut 30,000 feet per day of 11 hours. Number of hands employed,
30.    Connected with the mill is a lumber yard containing all kinds of rough and
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every convenience for shipping.
MATCH   FACTORY.
The^B. C.^Match Factory, Manson & Hendry, Proprietors, is situated on
Work street, facing Victoria harbor. The building is 40x26 feet, two stories high,
and contains a 10 horse-power engine, which drives a cross-cut sa"w and the jamming
and splitting machines. The product of the factory is about 1,000 gross of bunches
per "month. The matches manufactured are considered far superior to any that are
imported.    Six men are employed.
PLANING   MILLS.
The*Queen City Planing Mills is located on North Government street, and
was established last year by Johnson, Walker & Flett. The building is 50x120, two
story, and has all the necessary machinery required for the manufacture of sash,
doors, blinds, mouldings. &c. The firm has also established a saw mill in connection
with the planing mills, as well as a patent steam Excelsior dry kiln, and gives
constant employment to from 20 to 25 men.
PIANOS.
Pianoforte, Harmonium, and Organ Factory, Government street, Jno. Bag-
nail, proprietor, was ^established in 1863. Mr. Bagnall is a skilled and practical
manufacturer, as^well as importer of the above instruments.
LITHOGRAPHING.
Bautz, Creech & Co.'s Lithographing Establishment is situated on Broad
street, opposite View. Office at R. T. William's book bindery. This firm is
prepared to fill all orders in the lithographic and engraving line.
Victoria Steam Lithographic Printing Office, Colonist building. Mr. D. W.
Higgins has imported;} the first steam plant from San Francisco, and will soon be
prepared to produce lithographic cigar labels, maps, &c., by steam.
JOINERY  WORK.
S. Gray' Steam Joinery Works is situated on corner of Government and
Herald streets. These works were built by Mr. Gray last year, the building being
30x60, three stories in height; also a boiler and drying room, 20x20 feet. Planing,
band sawing, moulding, shaping and turning of every description. Stair building a
speciality; hand rails, newell'posts and ballusters of the latest designs. This firm
keeps constantly on hand a full stock of Corinthian capitals of all sizes, plasters,
centres, brackets, &c.
FURNITURE   FACTORY.
Jacob|Sehl's Furniture Factory is situated on Government street, extending
back to Langley street. Every description of furniture is manufactured here. Mr.
Sehl also deals in carpets, matting, oilcloth, and all requisites for furnishing a house;
employing^from 18 to 20 men.
John Weiler's Furniture Factory; office and salesroom 206 Fort street, factory
corner Broad and^Broughton streets. This firm is well known to those interested in
household*requisites, which are to be found*here in great variety, from the cheapest
kinds to those of the most costly description. Mr.'Weiler enlarged his factory last
year, and is now employing from 20 to 25 men, commanding an extensive trade
throughout the entire province.
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Joseph Sommer, on Government- street, where office furniture is manufactured,
is making picture frames a speciality in his line. Here may be seen a large assortment of frames of every description.
NEWSPAPERS.
The Dally and Weekly Colonist was established in 1858. D. W. Higgins is
the proprietor. The paper has a large circulation. The office has a" very complete
plant for book and job printing of all descriptions.
The Daily and Weekly Standard, published by C. McK. Smith, office
Government street. It also has a book and job printing department in connection
with the establishment.
The Daily Evening Post, W. J. McDowell, editor and proprietor, was
established in May, 1882. A very popular journal with all classes; being known
throughout the province for its independence.
The Daily and Weekly Times was established on the 9th of June, 1884, by
the 'Times Publishing Company, and is already in the fore rank of journals in B. C.
It is an evejiing paper, receiving associated press despatches. Mr. J. C. McLagan is
editor and acting manager.
HOTELS.
The American Hotel, on Yates street, Thos. J. Burnes, proprietor, was established in 1867; it is well known throughout the Pacific coast as a first class hotel. An
excellent meal is always provided, no expense being spared in procuring everything
that is "in season." There are 32 bedrooms with accommodation for 65 visitors, and
strangers visiting Victoria can always depend on first class meals, excellent beds,
and courteous attention at the American Hotel.
The Angel Hotel, on Langley street, F. Came, proprietor, is well known to
most travellers on the Pacific coast.    It has accommodation for 60 persons.
The Boomerang Hotel, on the corner of Government and Courtenay streets,
Alex. McDonald, proprietor, has excellent rooms as well as a beautifully furnished
bar and dining room.
The Brunswick Hotel, corner Yates and Douglas streets, W. E. Osterhout &
Co., proprietors, is a newly furnished house, and managed on a temperance plan;
having a large number of rooms and an excellent dining room.
The Colonial Hotel, on Johnson street, M. N. Bechtel, proprietor, has a
frontage of 90 feet.    It is well conducted, and has accommodation for 60 guests.
The Commercial Hotel, on the corner of Douglas and Cormorant streets,
James Chas. Johnson, proprietor, is a brick building, and in addition to the bar,
parlors and dining room there is bedroom accommodation "for 60 persons. This hotel
has become a great favorite with travellers.
The Cosmopolitan Hotel, corner Fort and Douglas streets, John Berryman,
proprietor, is well managed, charges being moderate.
The Dominion Hotel, on Yates street, serves an excellent table, with every
comfort for single persons or families.
The Driard House, on View street, Redon & Hartnagel, proprietors, is a first
class hotel, and is celebrated for the excellence of its cuisine, which cannot be surpassed by San Francisco hotels.
The Grand Pacific Hotel, corner Johnson and Store streets, is one of the
largest hotels in the city, well conducted and moderate, charges.
The Occidental Hotel, corner Johnson and Wharf streets, Luke Pither, proprietor, is a large brick building, containing bar room, parlors, dining rooms, and 60
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strangers. It is well conducted, with moderate-charges; and those staying here will
he, well satisfied.
The Oriental Hotel, Wm. McKeon, proprietor, is situated on Yates street, and
is the most handsome hotel in British Columbia, having a splendid dining room and
excellent bed rooms, with accommodation for 150 travellers; also a first class bar and
billiard room.
The ' Park Hotel, Miss K. Hotz, proprietress, is situated on the confines of
Beacon Hill Park, and is in many respects unrivalled. The view from it is most
magnificent, embracing the Strait of Fuca and the snow-clad mountains of the
Olympian -range.
The Pritchard House is located on corner Yates and Government streets,
Briggs & Gray, proprietors. This is a new hotel, elegantly furnished, containing 40
bed rooms and two handsome parlors. The house is connected with the telephonic
system. It also has a magnificent billiard room and bar, which contains the largest
looking-glass in the province, and where the gentlemanly bar tender, Mr. Stevens,
is busy accommodating the many visitors at this house.
The Pacific Telegraph, Store street, Mrs. Astrico, proprietress, is weH managed.    It has 65 bed rooms, with accommodation for 100 persons.
The Queen's Chop House, Yates street, opposite Langley, J. E. Brink, proprietor. This has become a prominent house for meals at all hours. There are
four private dining rooms connected with the chop house for dinner parties, and
rooms can be secured at this place by telegraph.
The Royal Hotel, J. R. Phillips, proprietor, is very conveniently situated
in the center of the city and has 40 bed rooms, capable of accommodating 50 persons.
The St. Nicholas Hotel, 408 Government street, B. F. Dillon, proprietor, is a
very large fire-proof building, four stories in height. Besides dining rooms and
parlors it contains 60 bed rooms, and can accommodate 150 people, at moderate
charges.
Tele Terminus Hotel, on Johnson street, has a good reputation for supplying
excellent meals and good beds, at reasonable rates.
The. Vancouver House, has been re-opened by Bernhard Wrede. It is situated
on Yates street, near Douglas, and has accommodation for 75 visitors. The charges
are moderate, and travellers will find the house a very convenient place.
STEAMBOAT  AND  STEAMSHIP   LINES.
The Canadian Pacific Navigation Company (limited), Jno. Irving, manager.
Office, Wharf street. Fraser River Route.—A steamer leaves every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 a. m. , for Port Hammond, New Westminster, and way
landings; connects at Port Hammond each trip with the Canadian Pacific Navigation
Company for interior points. Connections are made at New Westminster with
steamers leaving every Monday, at 7 a. m., for Burrard Inlet and Port Moody;
every Wednesday, at 7 a. m. , for Nanaimo and Comox; every Wednesday, at 7 a. m. ,
for Chilli whack and way landings; every Saturday, at 7 A. M., for Hope and way
landings. East Coast Route.—A steamer leaves every Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday, at 7 a. m., for Nanaimo and way ports, connecting at Nanaimo every
Wednesday with steamer for Comox. Northern Route. —A steamer leaves about
twice each month for ports on the northern coast, from Alert Bay to Wrangel.
The People's Line, Turner, Beeton & Co., agents. Steamer Amelia' plies
regularly between Victoria and Nanaimo. The steamer Woodside is employed doing
general work between Victoria and Sooke.
The O. R. & N. Co.'s swift, steamers ply daily between Victoria and Puget
Sound, calling at Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoma, and way ports; connecting with
the overland train for Portland and the east, carrying passengers and mails. Office,
Wharf street.
The Pacific Coast Steamship Co.'s steamers, Welch, Rithet & Co., agents.
Office, Wharf street.    Steamers sail every eight days to and from San Francisco.
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Messrs. H.J. GARDINER & Co.,
60 Queen Victoria Street, E. C.
ROBERT WARD & CO.,
VICTORIA,    IB.   O-,
Merchants and Importers
Execute Indents for every description of British and  Foreign
Merchandise, and the leading Products of B. C.
SHIPPING | INSURANCE AGENTS
OFFER   CHARTERS   TO VESSELS SEEKING.
e^sGENERAL AGENTS FOR^^
ROYAL INSURANpE COMPANY.
LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
RISKS ACCEPTED, POLICIES ISSUED, AND LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED IN VICTORIA.
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CURTIS'S & HARVEY'S SPORTING AND BLASTING POWDER.
JULES ROBIN & CO.'S CHOICE BRANDY.
JOSEPH KIRKMAN & SON'S PRIZE MEDAL  PIANO-FORTES.
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WINES,   LIQUORS,   HAVANA   CIGARS,    OILMEN'S   STORES,
GIANT POWDER, CAPS, EUSE, TIN PLATES, J. &  W.
STUART'S FISHING NETS, TWINES, &c, &c.
Agents for the following Brands Canned Salmon:
Ewen& Co., "Lion"; Tree Island Canning Co., " Heron";
E. A. Wadhams, "Excelsior"; Joseph Spratt's, "Ark."
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Aaronson A. A., pawnbroker, Johnson, bet. Govt, and Broad sts.
Abel Edward, gentleman, res. Fort st.
Abraham Frank, teamster, res. Fort st.
Adams Albert, cabinet maker (J. Weiler), res. Johnson st.
Adams Frank Wm., book-keeper (E. B. Marvin), res. Fort, above
Cook st.
Adams Mrs. M., fashionable dress-maker, Douglas st., bet. Yates
and View.
Adams W. H., agent Singer sewing machines, 211 Government st,
res. Kane st.
Adams W. H. H. (Smilow & A.), general scavenger, res. cor. Van-
aejfc*. couver and Franklin sts.
Adamson Edward, employ Truck & Dray Co., res. Fort st.
Aden Capt. D. W., res. Simcoe st.
Aden John (Joseph Sommer), res. Simcoe st.
Aden W. D., carpenter, res. Simcoe st.
Adler E. H., upholsterer, Fort, bet. Government and Broad sts.
Adler Julius, freight clerk, res. James Bay.
Adler Samuel, commercial traveller, res. Bird Cage Walk.
Ahern Wm., gentleman, Telegraph hotel.
Aikman   H.   B.   W., registrar Dominion  land office, post office
building, res. Pandora ave.
Albany Frank, sailor, res. Simcoe st.
Albion Hotel, John Wilson, prop., Herald st.
Albion Iron Works Co.  (limited), cor. Store and Discovery sts.,
Andrew Gray manager.
Allan  A., cashier (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res. cor. Collinson and
Rupert sts.|
Allan N. W., prop. Garrick's Head saloon, Bastion, near Government, res. Chatham st.
Allat Frederick R, carpenter, res. Fort st.
Allat Mrs. E., wid., res. Meares st.
Allat Miss M. A., clerk (London Bazaar), res. Fort. st.
Allen Mr., Vic. Transfer Co., cor. Johnson and Government sts.
Allen Wm., trader, res. Douglas, near Pembroke.
Allendar A., carpenter, res. Occidental hotel.
Allsop & Mason, real estate  agents, office, Government St., bet.
Fort and Bastion sts.
Allsop Thos. (Allsop & Mason), res. Quebec st., James Bay.
Altmann Frank, cooper, Wharf st.
American Hotel, Yates st, bet. Langley and Wharf, T.J. Burnes.
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Andean Wm., variety store, Government st., res. Fort.
Anderson Abraham, driver, St. Nicholas hotel, Government st.
Anderson Alex. (Vic. Gas Works), res. Queen's ave.
Anderson & Anderson, furniture, &c, 205 Fort st
Anderson C. D. (A. & A.), 205 Fort st., res. Kane st.
Anderson G., upholsterer (J. Weiler), Fort st.
Anderson G. W., baker, res Victoria.
Anderson J. R., accountant (Strouss & Co.), res. Kingston st
Anderson R. A. (A. & A.), 205 Fort st, res. Kane st.
Anderson Simon, ship carpenter, res. Rae st.
Anderson Walter (McKillican & A.), res. Kane st.
Andrews John Alex., clerk (H. B. Co.), res. Government st.
Andrews John, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort and. Douglas.
Andrews Richard B., drayman, res. Yates, bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Angela College, for girls, Burdett ave.
Appleton F, clerk (H. B. Co.), res. Bird Cage Walk, James Bay.
Armstrong T. H. (McLaren & A.), res. cor. Fort and Blanchard sts.
Archibald W. F., manager Dominion Telegraph Department,
Government st
Ash Dr. John, M. D., surgeon and physician, office, Fort st, bet.
Douglas and Blanchard.
Ashworth Samuel, bricklayer, res. St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Govt. st.
Aspdin Edwin, clerk (W. Wilson), res. Chatham st.
Astrico Mrs. A., proprietress Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st
Atkinson J. L., law student, res. cor. Quadra and Pembroke sts.
Atkinson M. B., manufacturer's agent, office and sample rooms
over Wm. Denny's store, Government st
Atwood Frank (S. Clay), Douglas st.
Atwood Robt. (with D. E. Campbell), 215 Fort st, cor. Douglas.
Aushinachie James, farmer, res. Chatham st.
Austin John J., real estate agent and notary public, Colonist building, Government st.
Austin Robt. H., capitalist, res. Fort st.
Austin Wm., miner, Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Babage George, clerk (Royal hotel), N. E. cor. Fort and Douglas.
Babington C. A., carpenter, res. Henry st.
Babington Gordon, Vic. Tannery, res. Henry st.
Babington P. A, joiner (Vic. Planing Mills), res. Henry st.
Badcock Wm., shoemaker (G H. Maynard), 204 Fort st.
Badgley Rev. Chas. Howard, M. A. (Oxon), principal of college
school, cor. Burdett ave. and Vancouver st.
Bagnall J. & Co., dealers in sheet music and musical instruments,
Government st.
Bailey B., employ C. P. R, res. North Park st.
Bailey D. W., compositor (Daily Times).
Baines Miss C. (Evening Post), res. Cormorant st.
Baines Miss Martha (Evening Post), res. Cormorant st.
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Baines Mrs. Wm., private boarding, Cormorant, near Douglas.
Baines W. E., cashier (Daily and Weekly Times).
Baker Edgar Crow, M. P., pilot commissioner, secretary board of
trade, and secretary pilot board; office, Langley st, near Yates,
res. Montreal st
Baker & Fullerton, props. People's Shoe Store, 40 Johnson st.
Baker George, carpenter, res. Pembroke st
Baker George, moulder, res. Discovery st.
Baker James, teamster, res. Pembroke st.
Baker Joseph H., shoemaker, View st
Baker M., Flour and Feed Store, res. Frederick st.
Baker Richard, Flour and Feed Store, res. Frederick st.
Baker Richard, Jr., teamster, res. Pembroke st
Baker Miss Sarah, employ A. Gilmore, res. Henry st.
Baker R. & Son, flour, feed and grain, Yates, near Wharf st.
Baker Thos. H., clerk, res. Frederick st
Baker Wm., iron moulder, Vancouver Foundry, Herald st
Bakes S., house cleaning, res. John st.
Baldwin G. F., assistant city editor (Daily and Weekly Times).
Ballantine John J., gentleman, res. cor. Rae and Blanchard sts.
Ballentyne, Clinton  G., general manager B. C, Equitable Life
Assurance Society; office, over Victoria House, Govt, st
Bales J. C, public accountant; office, Langley st, res. Victoria, west.
Ball Charles, carriage maker and blacksmithing, Johnson st, res.
cor. Niagara and Menzies sts., James Bay.
Balmoral Cannery Agents, Turner, Beeton & Co., Wharf st,
foot of Yates.
Bamford Thomas, machinist (Albion Iron Works), res. Amelia st
Banfield David, expressman, cor. Johnson and Cook sts.
Bank of British Columbia, Government st, cor. Bastion.
Bank of British North America, Yates, bet. Langley and Govt.
Barett Richard, stone mason, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st
Barleben Robt., prop. Palace Lunch House, Yates, near Govt
Barlow Mrs. E-, dressmaker, Pandora st.
Barnard F. J., M. P., for Yale district, res. Duval Cottage.
Barnard   F.   S., manager B. C.  Express Co.'s office, Yates, res.
Duval Cottage.
Barnes James, laborer, res Simcoe st.
Barnett A. W., clerk, Government st
Barnsley John, gunsmith (Henry Short), Fort st
Barnswell James, carpenter, res. John st.
Barth Carl, cigar maker (T. & L.  Factory), res. cor. Johnson and
Quadra sts.
Barran Julius, pork packer and sausage factory, Yates st
Barron Chas., clerk (Albion Iron Works)', res. cor. Cook and Franklin sts.
Barron Mrs. D. F., wid., res. cor. Franklin and Cook.
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Barry A., baker, Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st. -
Barry Frank, employ Vic. Transfer Co., cor Govt and Johnson.
Barry Gus., express driver (Vic. Transfer Co.), cor. Government and
Johnson.
Barry John, hack driver, res. cor. Rae and Blanchard.
Barry M., bar tender, res. James Bay.
Barry Thos., drayman, Yates, bet. Vancouver and Cook sts.
Bartlett George, clerk (H. Jewell), cor. Douglas and Yates.
Bartlett John, tobacconist, Government st.
Bartrin Alex. (B. & Borde), res. John st.
Bartrin & Borde, shipsmiths, Wharf st, near custom house.
Basso Antonio, fisherman, res. Store st.
Basso N., boiler maker (Albion Iron Works), res. Store st
Batchelor ]., farmer, Burnside road.
Batchelor Wm., drayman, res. Rock Bay.
Bates E., carpenter, res. Chatham, near Quadra.
Bates S., driver (Vic. Transfer Co.,) Government and Johnson.
Battershell W., laborer (Vancouver Foundry), Herald st
Baumann Fred., candy manufacturer, Yates st.
Baumann Louis F., candy maker, Yates st.
Bautz George, lithographer, at R. T. Williams, Broad, opp. View st.
Bavaria Brewery, Fort St., H. Walther, prop.
Bay ley James, waiter (Telegraph hotel), Store st
Bayley N. C, plasterer, res. Meares st.
B. C. Boot and Shoe Factory, Government, near Yates st, H,
Mansell, prop.
B. C. Candy Factory, Fort st, H. Waller, prop.
B. C. Express Co., office, Yates st, near Government.
B. C. Match Factory, Rock Bay, Manson & Hendry, props.
B. C. Meat Market, S. E. cor. Government and Yates, Van Volken-
burg & Co., props.
B. C. Soap Factory, Humbolt st, bet. Government and Douglas,
Pendray & Co., props.
Beaven Chas. F., carriage manufacturer, Pandora ave.
Beaven H., clerk (Bank of British Columbia).
Beaven Robt., M. P. P., res. cor. Vancouver and Beechy.
Bechtel Andrew J., prop. Terminus hotel, Johnson st.
Bechtel M. N., prop. Colonial hotel, Johnson st.
Becker John (B. & Geiger), San Francisco Baths, Government st,
opp. post office.
Becker Wm., painter (Johnson & B.), res. Pembroke st.
Beckingham Mrs., North Park st, bet. Quadra and Cook.
Beckwith H. A. (Bagnall & Co.), Government st, res. Driard house.
Beckwith S-, clerk (Turner, Beeton & Co.), res. James Bay.
Beckwith W. S. (Union Truck & Dray Co.), res. Church Hill.
Beegan Miss Fanny, milliner (Brown & White), res. Johnson st.
Beegan Frank J., clerk, res. Johnson st.
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Beegan Frank B., custom shoemaker, Johnson st.
Beegan Miss Kate, milliner (Brown & White), res. Johnson st.'
Beek J. F, carriage painter, Pandora st, bet. Douglas & Blanchard.
Begbie Sir Matthew B., Knight, Chief Justice of British Colum-
f~jbia. res. cor. Franklin and Cook.
Begg John, prop.  Railroad hotel, 49 Johnson st, res. Topaze ave.
Behnsen Christian L, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Spring Villa.
Behnsen Henry F., foreman (Kurtz & Co.), res. Spring Villa.
Belanger Francis, carpenter, res. Quadra, near View.
Bell H. P., C. E., railway contractor.
Bell Henry (Ferguson & Co.), 32? Government st, res. Meares st.
Bell Wm., stone cutter, res. James Bay.
Belmont Tannery, Belmont, Esquimalt district; office, Govt. st.
Bennett Mrs. H., wid., res. Franklin st.
Bennett W. H., prop, fish and fruit stand, 403 Government st.
Bennett W., resident engineer Esquimalt graving dock, res. Fort st.
Bantly M., cigar manufacturer, 202 Johnson st.
Berngke Louis, stone cutter, cor. Government and Courtenay.
Berridge George, gentleman, res. Work st
Berryman Chas., miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Berryman Fred T, stone cutter (Geo. Rudge), res. Broad st., near
Pandora.
Berryman John, prop.  Cosmopolitan hotel, S. E. cor. Fort and
Douglas.
Bertucci Nicholas, prop, ferry, foot of Johnson st.
Bianchi L. P., stone cutter, Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Bianchi F., carpenter, Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Bishop, Henry F., purser (C. P. N. Co.), Wharf st, res. Farquhar.
Bishop Geo., contractor and builder.
Bittancourt J. A, carpenter, res. Belcher, near Cook.
Bittancourt Mrs. M. E., Belcher, near Cook.
Blackmore John E., gardner, res. Humbolt st.
Blaiklock Mrs. S. A., wid., res. Bird Cage Walk.
Blake Alfred (Albion Iron Works), res. Pandora st.
Blake C. H. F., convict guard, res. Fort, above Cook.
Blake J., moulder (Albion Iron Works), res. Pandora ave.
Bland Alfred, carpenter, res. Herald st.
Bland John, shoemaker, res. Herald st.
Bland James W., res. new wharf, James Bay.
Bland Joseph, carpenter.
Bland H., printer (Standard Office).
Blantern John, book-keeper (T. & L. cigar factory), res. Blanchard st.
Blaquiere M., dealer in furniture, Store st.
Blick A., cigar maker (T & L. factory), res. Amelia st.
Blick C, cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. Amelia st.
Bloomfield Chas. P., supt city police, res. John st.
Blume Joseph, prop. Blume's lodging house, Yates st, opp. Langley.
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Blythe Miss Ellice, employ A. Gilmore, 28 Johnson st.
Board   of Delegates  Fire  Department, meeting rooms, Tiger
Hall, Pandora st.
Board of Trade Chambers, Langley St., E. C. Baker, secretary.
Boddy'W., stonemason, res. New Gorge road.
Bod well   E.   V., accountant (C. P.  R.), res. Ethewold, cor. Cook
and Richardson.
Boird J., steward French hospital, Collinson st.
Boiling H., assistant engineer (E. & N. railway).
Bolton W. B., ship and boat builder, No. I Government st.
Bond George (H. B. Co.), res. Johnson st
Bond Willis, contractor, res. View st, bet. Blanchard and Quadra.
Bone James, Rock Bay Saw Mill, res. Constance st.
Bone Thos. S., retired from business, res. View st.
Bone W. H. (T. N. Hibben & Co.), res. Yates st, cor. Vancouver.
Booth Cornelius, Government assessor and collector, res. Fort st,
above Vancouver.
Booth George, steward, res. Work st.
Booth Miss L, dressmaker, Johnson st
Booth Samuel, laborer, Yates st, bet. Quadra and Vancouver.
Booth Wm., retired farmer, res. head of View st
Borde August (Bartrin & B.), res. Chatham st.
Borde Hypolite (Hooper & B.), 415 Government st
Borde Mrs. John, wid., res. Chatham st.
Bornstein H., dealer in hides, Yates st, near Wharf, also new wharf,
res. Kane st.
Borthwick George (with J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Borthwick R., iron moulder, res. Johnson st.
Boskowitz J. & A., dealers in raw fur and skins, No. 4 Johnson st.
Bossi A., Jr., clerk (G Bossi), Store st, res. Quadra and Chatham.
Bossi A. (B. & G), res. cor. Pandora and Vancouver.
Bossi Charles, capitalist, res. cor. Cormorant and Blanchard ave. .
Bossi G., groceries and provisions, Store st, res. cor. Chatham and
Quadra.
Bossi & Giesselmann, wholesale and retail grocers, cor. Broad and
Yates.
Bosworth Wm., retired farmer, res. Farquhar st.
Boucherat & Camsusa, wholesale dealers in groceries and liquors,
Yates st.
Boucherat J. (B. & Camsusa), res. Pembroke st.
Bovill   E.   M., private secretary to the Hon. J. W. Trutch, res.
Courtenay st.
Bowden Joseph, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Government st.
Bowden W., job printer (Colonist).
Bowman W. G., prop, livery stables, Broad and View sts.
Boyd John, v .olesale and retail groceries and liquors, Yates st,
near Government.
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Boyd James, carpenter.
Braden, John,  plumbing and  gasfitting,  cor.   Government  and
Broughton.
Bradley A., clerk, res. Fort, near Cook.
Bradshaw Thos., caulker, res. Discovery st
Branch Samuel, carpenter, res. Bay st.
Braund Charles, clerk (Chas. Morton), Government st
Braverman I., money broker, office Police Alley, near Langley.
Bray Mrs. A. J., proprietress Sea View hotel, 108 Government st.
Breece & Co., props., Tiger brewery, Fort st.
Breece Thos   B. & C.), res. Fort st.
Brice, Austin, carpenter, res. Commercial hotel, Douglas st.
Briggs A. J., purser (steamer R. P. Rithet), res. Oriental hotel.
Briggs A. P. (B. & Gray), prop. Pritchard house, 402 Government
st, cor. Yates.
Briggs & Gray, props. Pritchard house, 402 Govt, st^cor. Yates.
Brink John E. prop. Queen's Chop and Oyster house, Yates st, opp.
Langley.
British Colonist, D. W. Higgins, editor and proprietor, editorial
rooms, Government st.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Findlay, Durham &
Brddie agents.
British Columbia Boot and Shoe Store, Government street,
H. Mansell, prop.
Brocklebank Thos., wood turner, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Brodie John Henry (F. D. & B.), Wharf st, res. London, England.
Broderick Wm., clerk (customs dept), Wharf st.
Broderick R., foot of Johnson, res. Amelia st.
Brophy Edward, harness maker, res. Victoria.
Brooks W. H., accountant, res. Frederick st.
Brown A., longshoreman, res. Discovery st.
Brown C. B., steward hospital, Albert Head.
Brown  &  Co., props. Glasgow Market, Fort st, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Brown Geo., nightwatchman (stmr. North Pacific), res. St. Louis st.
Brown H., Glasgow Market, Fort st.
Brown Henry (B. and White), res. Fort St., above Cook.
Brown James G., clerk (Moore & Lamb), res. Work st.
Brown M. C. (Murphy & B.), res. cor. Quadra and Pioneer.
Brown N., custom shoemaker, Johnson st.
Brown Percival*R, res. Richardson st, above Vancouver.
Brown, R. A. book-keeper (Daily Standard), res. cor. Collinson and
Vancouver.
Brown Sol., machinist, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Brown & White, dry goods merchants, Government st.
Brown Wm., pattern maker, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Bryant Wm. B., horse-shoer and blacksmith, Douglas st.
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Bryant W. G, blacksmith, res. Cormorant st.
Bryce Wm., messenger Indian dept office, cor. Courtenay and
Douglas.
Buckett Wm., Union Truck & Dray Co., res. Franklin, near Cook.
Bull W. E., clerk, res. View st, above Douglas.
Bull, Wm. K., general agent, office Broad st, res. View.
Bullen James, upholsterer (J. Sehl), Government st.
Bullen J., bricklayer, res. Herald st.
Bullen, Wm. F., secretary Albion Iron Works, res. James Bay.
Burgess Francis, plasterer and contractor, res. Topaze ave.
Burgess Stephen S., laborer, res. John st.
Burgess, J. P., carpenter and builder, N. W. cor. Fort and Broad.
Burgess W. L., carpenter, cor. Fort and Broad.
Burnes, Thos. J., prop. American hotel, Yates st, near Wharf.
Burnes Thomas S., brass finisher (Albion Iron Works), res. American hotel, Yates st.
Burnes Wm., gentleman, res. American hotel, Yates st.
Burnley, Chas. E., manager Fulton Market and agent Oyster Bay
Oyster Co., res. View st, bet. Quadra and Vancouver.
Burns James (Burns & Co.), res. Kingston st, James Bay."
Burns & Co., hardware and farming implements, S. E. cor. Yates
and Broad.
Burns, G. H., accountant, Bank of British North America.
Burns, Robert, manager Bank of British North America, res. Fairfield road.
Burris, S. C- architect, office Evening Post building, cor. Yates and
Broad.
Burt S. S., bakery, 106 Government st.
Burton, R. N., clerk, res. Douglas house.
Bush J. P., gentleman, res. Revere house, Pandora st.
Bushell Mrs. F. S., teacher of music, Pandora st.
Bushman Wm., merchant tailor, cor. Langley and Bastion.
Busk Chas. Westly, engineer and surveyor, office Bastion square.
Butler Robert, compositor (Governm't printing office), res. King--
ston st.
Butler R. J., clerk Victoria post office, res. Kingston st.
Bynon Augustus, Occidental hotel, Wharf st.
Byrn R. S., book-keeper (T., B. & Co.), res. cor. Douglas and
Discovery.
Byrnes Geo., auctioneer and commission agent, cor. Fort and
Langley.
Byrnes J. C, cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. cor. Johnson and
Quadra.
Cadman Wm. R, carpenter, res. Store st
Calbelda. blacksmith helper (Albion Iron Works).
Calder Alex., surveyor, res. cor. Cook and Belcher.
Caldwell Mrs. L. M., teacher girls' dept, public school.
DIF^EeTO^Y OF BRITISH CObUMBI/t, 1884-85.    PRICE, $1.50.
R. T. Williams, Publisher.   Wm. Wolz, Compiler. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
THOMAS   EARLE,
IMPORTER
Wholesale     GroceR
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COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Agent  for Alert   Bay Canning Company.
Wharf Street,
Victoria,
THE PIONEER STEAM
Coffee I Spice Mills!
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STEMLER & EARLE,
Wharf St., Between Johnson and Yates Sts.,
Victoria,   British Columbia,
Manufacture the best brands of Coffee and Spices, put up in
any style of package desired, at lowest rates.
' <HF They also manufacture the celebrated "PIONEER" brand
of BAKING POWDER.
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Bank   of    British   Columbia
'INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.)
CAPITAL, £800,000, in 2§,000 SHARES of £20 EACH.
WITH POWER TO INCREASE.
Head Office, 28 Cornhill, London, England.
«'onrt of ©ircrtors.—Robert. Gillespie, Esq., Chairman; Eden Colvile, Esq., Viee-
Chairmam; James Anderson, Esq., Henry D. Harrison, Esq., Henry E. Ransom, Esq.,
Sir-'John Rose, Bart., G. C. M. G.
General Manager.—H. Hughes, Esq.     . Bankers.—Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA;   PORTLAND, OREGON;  VICTORIA AND NEW
WESTMINSTER, BUITISH COLUMBIA:
-&J3KE0STTS :
In England, National Provincial Bank of England; North and South Wales Bank,
Liverpool; Bank of Liverpool. In Scotland, British Linen Company Bank. In Ireland, Bank of Ireland. In Canada, Bank of Montreal. In New York. Messrs. W.
Watson and A. Lang. In South America, London Bank of Mexico and South America.
In India, China and Australia, Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Hong
Kong and Shanghai, Banking Corporation, Hong Kong.
The Bank in London grants Letters of Credit and Drafts on its Branches at San
Francisco, in California; Portland, in Oregon; and Victoria, in British Columbia; and
similar credits are granted by the British Linen Company, the North and South Wales
Bank in Liverpool, and the Bank of Liverpool.
The Bank also purchases or forwards for collection Drafts on the above places.
At I he Branches Advances and Discounts are negotiated at current rates, Drafts on
all parts of the world are issued, Bullion and Gold Dust purchased, and a general
Banking business contracted.
Victoria, British Columbia, November, 1882. w. C. WARD, Manager.
ALLSOP i MASON,
Real   Estate   Agents,
Money   advanced   on   Mortgage.
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Calhoun Wm. A, printer, Victoria.
Calwell Hugh, horse-shoer, Yates st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Calwell James, horse-shoer, Yates st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Cameron Alex, farmer, res. Vancouver st, Beacon Hill Park.
Cameron A. H., clerk, res. Michigan st, James Bay.
Cameron Daniel, plasterer, res. Dallas road, James Bay.
Cameron C. N., clerk, Wharf st, res. Michigan st.
Cameron Edwin, compositor, res. Dallas road, James Bay.
Cameron Mrs. M., wid., res. Quadra st.
Cameron Ralph, upholsterer (J. Weiler), Fort st
Cameron Wm. (Conlin & Co.), res. Pandora st.
Cameron W. G. Mechanics' Store, 48 Johnson st., near Government, res. Bird Cage Walk.
Campbell Miss C. K., milliner (Shears & Page), res. Johnson st.
Campbell D. E., chemist and druggist, 215 Fort st, cor. Douglas.
Campbell Frank, tobacconist, 343  Government st, cor. Yates, res.
Johnson St., above Blanchard.
Campbell Frank H. clerk (Frank Campbell), 343 Government st,.
cor. Yates, res. Johnson.
Campbell F. C, moulder (Albion Iron Works), res. Esquimalt road.
Campbell H. J., B. A., clerk Dominion land office, post office build
ing, re i. Blanchard st.
Campbell James, miner, res. Douglas st.
Campbell Miss V. M. (Victoria house), res. Johnson st.
Campbell Mrs. James, res. Fort st, above Vancouver.
Campbell Miss M. J. organist St. Andrews Cathedral, res. Johnson st.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. (limited), John Irving manager,
office Wharf st.
Canadian Pacific Railway, office N. E. cor. Government and Fort,
up stairs.
Carey J. W., land surveyor, res. Kane st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Carey Joseph, res. Kane st., bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Carey Patrick, teamster, St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Government st.
Cario M., fisherman, Store st.
Carleton George A. general freight and ticket agent C. P. N. Co.
res. Government st, bet. Henry and John sts.
Carlow Edwin, shoemaker, res. George st.
Carlow H. N., carpenter, res. George st
Carlow Wm., upholsterer, res. George st
Carlow R., gentleman, res. George st.
Carmichael A. book-keeper (Drake, Jackson & Helmcken), cor.
Langley and Bastion.
Carmichael E. B. manufacturer's agent, office Government st, cor.
Johnson, res. cor. Blanchard and Discovery.
Carmichael Francis A. clerk (Welch, Rithet & Co.), Wharf st.
Carmichael J. H., Dominion telegraph office, res, Maclure st.
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Fort and Quadra. * ;jlJM -   I'trcT
Came Frederick, prop.   Angel hotel, Langley st, bet. Yates and
Bastion.
Carne Frederick, Jr. (C. & Munsie), res. Langley st.
Carne & Munsie, groceries and provisions, Odd Fellows' building
Douglas st.
Carnes John, fireman, res. Spring Ridge.
Carr Peter, gentleman, res. Collinson st.
Carr Richard, wholesale groceries and liquors, Wharf st, near Fort,
res. Simcoe st.
Carrington Thos., prop. London Bazaar, Government st, cor. Fort
res. Bird Cage Walk.
Carrel Henry, bricklayer,']res. Princess ave.
Carroll Chas. J., laborer, res. 527 Government st.
Carroll Thos., tinsmith (H. C. Wilson).
Carson John, res. Gordon st.
Cartar A. D., laborer, res. Humbolt st.
Carter Bros, props. Vancouver brewery, Johnson st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard.
Carter George, drayman, res. Pandora ave.
Carter Robert, brewer, res. off new Gorge road, Rock Bay.
Carter Thos. Watson (Carter Bros.), res. Johnson st.
Carter Thos., employ M. W. Waitt & Co., res. Douglas st.
Cartmel J., pattern maker (Albion Iron Works), res. Esquimalt.
Carvalho Mrs. Amelia, dry goods and Indian varieties, 114 Store st
Caselton Fred, carpenter, Victoria.
Caselton Henry, painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st
Caselton Richard, employ Thos. Earle, Wharf st.
•Castello Frank, painter, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st
Caston John, laborer, res. Johnson st.
Cates Albert, employ J. E. McMillan, Fort st.
Cates J., hack-driver, res. North Park st.
Cates L. (Victoria Bakery), res. North Park st.
Cathcart David, employ R. T. Williams, res. Cook St., near Alfred.
Cathcar.t|Henry, laborer, res. Cook st, near Alfred.
Cathcart John, clerk (W. & J. Wilson), res. Cook st.
Catholic Church (Roman), View st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Cato Anthony, fisherman, Store st
Cato John, laborer, Store st.
Caton  J.   A.   T., '(Wood, Caton & Co.), manufacturer's agent, res.
Vancouver st.    «*$'
Cattanach John, harness maker (Mann & Heron), res. Douglas st.
Cavalsky E. G, clerk (Boomerang Inn hotel), res. 104 Govt, st
Cavin  George  W., ship carpenter, res. Yates st., bet. Quadra and
Vancouver.
Cavin G. H., clerk (H. Mansell), res. Fisguard st.
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Cavin  Capt  J.   M., (stmr.  Pilot), res. Yates st, bet Quadra and
Vancouver.
Cavin Thos., carpenter, res. Fisguard st.
Central Coal Yard, foot of Johnson st, W. H. Mixer manager.
Chadwick Alf., employ R. T. Williams, res. Herald st, bet. Government and Douglas.
Chadwick George, chemist (Thos. Shotbolt), res. Herald st.
Chadwick R., iron moulder, res. Herald st.
Chadwick Thos., clerk (Victoria post office), res. Herald st.
Chadwick Mrs. C. S., wid., res. Herald st.
Chaffey Henry (C. & Thygesen), Victoria Dairy, res. Seattle, W. T.
Chaffey & Thygesen, props. Victoria Dairy, Cedar Hill road.
Chambers Coote M. J. P., accountant, Dominion Savings Bank, res.
cor. Alfred and Chambers.
Chambers Walter S. book-keeper (Rock Bay Sawmill, res. Kane st
Chandler John, clerk (H. B. Co.), res. Farquhar st.
Chantrell   Rev.  John   B., pastor Reformed Episcopal Church, res.
cor. Montreal and Niagara.
Charity C. H., shoemaker, res. Pembroke st., near Douglas.
.Charles Thos., capitalist, res. cor. Belleville and Montreal.
Charles Wm. Inspecting Chief Factor H. B. Co., res. Fort, st., bet.
Vancouver and Cook.
Chase N. W., prop. People's Parber Shop, 38 Johnson st.
Chauncey D. W., carpenter, res. Johnson st.
Chisholm Alex., carpenter, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Chislett Chas., carpenter, res. Chatham st.
Christensen James, pilot, res. Montreal st.
Christopher Augustus, expressman, res. Work st.
Chourri Peter, dairyman, Yates St., above Cook.
Chudley, Wm. M. accountant (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res. Belleville
st, James Bay.
Churton A., currier and dresser of buckskin, res. Douglas st.
Cicero George, gentleman, res. Yates st.
City Boot and Shoe Store, 204 Fort st, G. H. Maynard prop.
Clanton R. T., Victoria Bakery, res. Topaze ave.
Clapezzouli Ubert, engineer, res. Bay st.
Clark Wm., ship carpenter, res. Yates st.
Clark W. H., machinist (T. Thompson), Yates st, near Wharf.
Clarke & Nicholson, stoves & tinware, Yates st., bet. Langley and
Wharf.
Clarke J. B. (C. & Nicholson), res. Farquhar st.
Clarke Capt. W. R. auctioneer, harbor-master, port warden and
pilot commissioner, Yates St., bet. Langley aud Wharf.
Claussen John, watchmaker, C. E. Redfern, Government st.
Clay Samuel,  groceries,   wines  and   liquors,  cor.   Johnson  and
Douglas.
Clemens John, prop. Snug Tavern, cor. Douglas and Queen's ave.
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Clements Capt. Wm., res. Pandora ave.
Clushman Christopher, painter (Lettice & Sears).
Clyde Albert, teamster, res. Quadra st
Clyde Alex., blacksmith, res. Rock Bay ave.
Clyde F, printer (Colonist), res Rock Bay.
Clyde George, boiler maker, res. Rock Bay ave.
Clyde Wm. A., compositor (Colonist), res. Rock Bay ave.
Coates Thos. drayman, res. Johnson st, bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Coats H. nickel-plater (Albion Iron Works).
Coffey Thos., stone cutter, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st-
Cohen James, prop. Columbia Baths, Yates st, near Government.
Cohen James A., Job printer, Government st, res. Quadra st.
Coigdarripe John, gentleman, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Colbert John, plumbing and gas fitting, Government st.
Colbert W. B., plumber (J. Braden), Government st.
Coldwell Chas., iron moulder, res. 209 Fort st.
Coldwell J. A., coffee house, 113 Government st.
Coldwell   Mrs.,  proprietress   Mrs.   Mason's  boarding house,  209
Fort sf
Coleman George, prop. Prince of Wales' saloon, 527 Government
st, cor. Cormorant.
Coley Edward, helper (Albion Iron Works), res. Douglas st.
Colonist Daily and Weekly, D. W. Higgins publisher, Govt. st.
Collier Mrs. Alex., wid., res. Chatham, bet. Blanchard and Quadra.
Collier Wm., cigar maker and prospector, res. Fort st.
Collier Wm., machinist, res. Discovery st.
Collier W. S., machinist, res. Discovery st
Collins George, grocer, cor. Store and Constance.
Collinson W., boiler shop (Albion Iron Works), res. North Park st
Collis Edward, carpenter, res. Quadra st.
Collis Edward, mate (stmr. R. P. Rithet), res. Johnson st.
Collison B., Albion Iron Works, res. North Park St., near Cook.
Collister John, pattern maker, res. Rock Bay.
Collister W. H., pattern maker (Vancouver Foundry), Herald st.
Collister Richard, ship carpenter, res. Rock Bay.
Colston Mrs. Francis, wid., res. Collinson st.
Colston S„ feed store, Yates st, near Waddington alley.
Colvin James B., carpenter, res, Princess ave.
Colvin W. R., ship builder, res. Work st.
Combe Robert, clerk (H. B. Co.), res. Farquhar st.
Commercial Hotel, cor. Douglas and Cormorant, James Charles
Johnson prop.
Commercial Marine Insurance Co. agents Turner, Beeton & Co.
Conant T., clerk (Huson & Moss), Store st, near Johnson.
Conley Chas., carpenter and builder, Fort st, near Blanchard.
Conlin & Cameron, horse-shoers and blacksmithing, Pandora st
Conlin M. (C. & Cameron), res, St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Govt, st
Ruling, Perforating, &c, with
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Broad Street, opp. View
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Conroy W., pressman (Daily Times).
Conners George, night watchman, res. Chatham st
Constantine Wm, carpenter, Central alley, off Fort st
Cook F. P. (employ J. Hawkins), 210 Fort st, res. Royal hotel.
Cook H. J., Hook Point ship yard, Victoria west,
Cook John,  ornamental   plasterer,  Fort   St.,  bet   Douglas   and
Blanchard.
Cook Robert, charge of immigrant shed, Rithetville, James Bay.
Cooness Mrs. E, dressmaker, Johnson st, above Quadra.
Cooper Malcohm, laborer, Humbolt st, opp. Douglas.
Coote Phillip, fireman, res. Victoria.
Coplan Abraham, retired farmer, View st
Corder Thomas N., expressman, res. Pioneer st.
Cornwall Hon. Clement F. Lieut-Governor of British Columbia,
res. Government House.
Corris Thos., gardener, res. Niagara st.
Costelo Edward, boiler maker, res. Herald st
Costelo John, boiler maker, res. Albion hotel, Herald st.
Cotsford John, boiler maker, res. James Bay.
Cotsford Capt. Wm. (sloop Francis), Jones' wharf, Courtenay st.
Coughlan John, general contractor (Coughlan & Mason), res. cor.
Saanich and Burnside roads.
Coughlan & Mason, props, brick yard, Saanich road.
Couse Robert, carpenter, res. Douglas st
Couves A. C, prop. Brown Jug saloon, cor. Fort and Government.
Cowichan Lumber Yard, office Wharf st, near Government.
Cowles James, Queen's Chop House, Yates st, opp. Langley.
Cowley J., gentleman, res. View st.
Cowan  Alex., commission   merchant,  salesroom   Yates  st, opp.
Langley, res. Driard house.
Cowan M. H., commission merchant, Yates st, opp. Langley.
Cowling Wm., clerk (Sam Clay), cor. Douglas and Johnson.
Cowper H. M., res. off Dallas road, James Bay.
Cowper Jesse M., agent  Dominion  Sawmill Co. (limited), office
Constance st.
Cowper Wm. H., res. off Dallas road, James Bay.
Cox John, bakery, groceries and fruits, Humbolt st, opp. Douglas.
Craft William, importer and dealer in dry goods, cor. Yates and
Broad, res. Blanchard ave.
Craigie Eli, res. Rupert st.
Craigie Mrs. M. A, wid., res. Rupert st., near Humbolt.
Cramer H. P. book binder (R. T. Williams), res. Pandora st.
Cranoelli Joseph, gentleman, res. Douglas st., bet. Fort and View.
Crawford Arthur, wood turner, res. Discovery st.
Crawford James, commission merchant and agent for Canadian
goods, Wharf st, res. Belleville st.
Crawford Mrs., nurse, res. View st.
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Crease Hon. Mr. Justice, Senior Puisne Judge Supreme Court, res.
Fort st, above Cook.
Creech Edward, blacksmith, res. North Park st.
Creech Henry, upholsterer (J. Weiler), Fort st
Creech Richard Sr., currier, res. North Park st.
Creech Richard, Jr., moulder, res. North Park st.
Creech Samuel, circulator Daily Times, res. Pioneer st.
Creech Wm. lithographer, View st, res. Green st, off Quadra.
Creed John, painter (Lettice & Sears), res. Spring Ridge.
Creeden John, painter, res. cor, Johnson and Cook.
Cridge Right Rev. E. Bishop Reformed Episcopal Church, res.
James Bay, near Beacon Hill.
Cridge R. C. assistant engineer (Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway),
res. James Bay.
Cridge Mrs., private school.
Cridge Mr., care-taker Odd Fellows' Hall.
Croasdaille H. E. J. P. (C. &. Jones), res. Fort st
Croasdaille & Jones, real estate agents, office cor. Government and
Broughton.
Croft Robert, receiving teller, Bank of British Columbia.
Croft Robt. manager Union Truck & Dray Co., Fort st, bet.
Douglas and Blanchard.
Croghan Arthur, trader, res. Fisguard st.
Croghers R. A., carpenter (Smith & Rayner), Fort st.
Cropsy W., fashion stables, Fort st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Cross Wm., professor of music.
Crossman George, prop. Lome restaurant, 57 Johnson st.
Crosson James, general merchandise, Yates st.
Crow Jack, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Johnson st.
Crowell Geo. W. (Peterson & Co.), Elite photo, studio, 112 Govt. st.
Crowther Dan, upholsterer (J. Sehl), Government st.
Crowther Geo. engraver, Fort st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Crowther John, house and sign painter, Yates st., near Douglas,
res. cor. Pandora and Quadra.
Cruckshank, Geo. clerk, Bank of British Columbia, Govt. st.
Cruckshank Geo., tanner, res. Henry st.
Cudlip Thos. Henry, owner hansom landau, res. Rae st, opp. P. O.
Home.
Currall W. D., clerk (John Boyd), Yates st, near Government.
Curtiss & Harvey, London agents, R. Ward & Co.
Curry Frank, stove moulder (Albion Iron Works), res. View st.
Cusack W. L, clerk (A. B. Gray & Co.), Wharf St., res. Pandora ave.
Czarske Henry August, prop. Royal Exchange saloon, S. E. cor.
Douglas and View.
Dabrien Sam, upholsterer (J. Sehl), Government st.
Dalby John, livery and sale stables, Pandora, opp. Broad, res.
Frederick st.
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BKOAD STREET, VICTORIA. For Nervousness & Dyspepsia,
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Darlington L. H. assistant city editor Daily and Weekly Times.
Dalby, Wm. manager Belmont Boot & Shoe factory, res. North
Park st.
Dale David, foreman Victoria gas works, res. Pembroke st.
Daley James, prop. California saloon, cor. Store and Cormorant,
res. Fisguard, above Douglas.
Daley John, gentleman, res. Oriental hotel, Yates st.
Damster Peter, blacksmith (Wm. Grimm), res. James Bay.
Dassonville & Co. goldsmith and jeweler, 102 Fort st.
Dassonville J., jeweler, 102 Fort st, res. James Bay.
Davey A., plasterer, res. Johnson st.
Davey E. W., stonemason, res. Mason st.
Davey Frederick, clerk navy yard, res. View st.
Davey Miss Georgia, fashionable dressmaker, Government st., res.
Mason st.
Davidson Duncan Wm., book-keeper, res. Chatham st.
Davidson J., painter (Lettice & Sears).
Davidson R., carpenter and wood turner, cor. Douglas and Discovery.
Davie Hon. A. E. B. Q. C, M. P. P., attorney general, res. Montreal st, James Bay.
Davie Dr. J. C., M. D., office Langley st., res. Douglas, bet. Cour-
tenay and Humbolt.
Davie Theodore, M. P. P. (D. & W.), barrister-at-law, office cor.
Langley and Fort, res. James Bay.
Davies David L., clerk, res. Cook st.
Davies Henry, clerk, res. Cook st.
Davies Joshua, auctioneer (J. P. D. & Co.), res. Cook st.
Davies Joe, compositor (Daily Times), res. Fort st.
Davies J. P. & Co., auctioneers, Wharf st., near Yates.
Davies L. D., manager I. X. L. clothing house, 421 Government st,
cor. Johnson.
Davies Phillip J., farmer, Cadboro Bay road.
Davis Albert A, cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. Grand Pacific
hotel.
Davis Charles, bill poster, res. Herald st, bet. Government and
Store, T. N. Hibben & Co. for orders.
Davis Jacob (Peters & D.), res. cor. Pandora and Amelia.
Dawley, F. J. prop, groceries and liquors, cor. North Government
and John sts.
Dawson C., porter Pritchard house, 402 Govt, st., cor. Yates.
Day Fred, cook, Royal hotel, N. E. cor. Fort and Douglas.
Dean E. J., laborer, res. Pembroke st.
Dean George, foreman, Spratt's wharf.
Dearberg, Thos. J. foreman compositor (Daily Colonist), res.
Princess ave.
Dearden Dr. G. A., M. D., physician and surgeon (McSwain & D.),
office Fort st.
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Bay.
Deasy Thos., messenger, local Government, res. James Bay.
Decandia Mitchell, clerk (Bossi & Giesselman), res. View st, near
Blanchard.
Decker John, bar tender, King's Head saloon, Johnson st.
DeCosmos Hon. A. res. Government st.
Delbridge John, stonemason, 49 Johnson st.
DeLorenzo B., stonemason, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st
Deluge Fire Engine Co. No. 1, hall Yates st, bet Broad and
Douglas.
Demers L. O., merchant, res. Pembroke st.
Dempster Alex. R., salesman (G. H. Maynard), 204 Fort st.
Dennick Edward, iron moulder, Grand Pacific hotel.
Dennick H., foreman moulder department Albion Iron Works, res.
Grand Pacific hotel.
Denny Wm., prop. Victoria Dry Goods house, Government st, bet.
Troumce and Fort.
DeVeo Frank, mill hand, res. Head of View st.
Devereux. Capt. J. M., master mariner, captain Dominion Government stmr. Douglas, res. cor. Douglas and Bay.
Devereux Wm. Rodman, railway survey, res. cor. Douglas and Bay.
DeVeulle F. E, book-keeper (M. R. & T), res. View st.
DeWiederhold & Co. coal and wood dealers, Wharf st, near Govt.
Dewsnap E., boiler maker, res. Chatham ave.
Dewsnap John Chas., shoemaker (H. Mansell), res. Chatham st.
Dewsnap Joseph, res. Chatham st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Dickinson Edward, clerk, C P. N. Co. office, Wharf st.
Dickinson Joseph, carpenter (P. Wilson), res. Occidental hotel.
Dickinson L. L. (Rowbotham & Co.), N. E. cor. Douglas and
Pandora, res. Yates st.
Dickson Wm., freight clerk, C. P. N., res. Pritchard house, 402
Government st.
Dierssen L. J. general agent, res. Brunswick hotel, Yates st.
Dillon Bernard F. prop. St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Government st.
Dillon Charles, groceries and provisions, S. W. cor. Johnson and
Broad.
Dillan Wm., painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st.
Directory of British Columbia, Publication Office, Government and Broad sts., bet. Trounce and Fort. R. T.
Williams, publisher;   William Wolz, compiler,
Disler Chas., laborer, res. Johnson st.
Dobinson Joseph, taxidermist, Fort st, near Douglas.
Dobinson Mrs. J., fancy goods, Fort st, near Douglas.
Dodgson H, D., fireman (Albion Iron Works), res. Princess ave.
Dods H., printer (M. Miller), res. Spring Ridge.
Dods Archibald, teacher, res. Spring Villa.
For Rubber Stamps of Every Beseriptioq go to
BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE VIEW.
f^.T. WILLIAMS The Hotel Bar is furnished with the Best
Wines, Liquors I Cigars
ONLY ONE MILE FROM VICTORIA POST OFFICE
Horse Racing, Base Ball and   Games  of   Every Description.
In fact, the Sporting Ground of Victoria.
JfSF The above Hotel is  in  many respects unrivalled, situated as
itjs, on the confines of Beacon Hill.    The view from
it is most magnificent.
Lovely   Scenery,   Beautiful   Surroundings,   and   Salt  Sea
Ozone   of   the   Straits. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
TOBACCO   PLANT.
Come ye citizens and strangers,
Miners, sailors and Western rangers,
Listen to the truthful story
Of Prank Campbell of Victoria.
He in truthful words will tell you,
Just the goods he has to sell you;
Mind ye, now, he isn't joking,
If you are fond of chewing and smoking
And it is in Canada stated,
His tobaccos are celebrated;
Green Seal, Straight Cut, all go,
Big Lick, Big Cut, Wind Sap, also.
Or, if you are given to snuffing
What he keeps does not need puffing:
He has brands will suit you really—
Tobacco users prize them dearly.
From all parts of the "Old Dominion,"
He has stock, and his opinion,
Is that none will suit you better—
They will please you to the letter.
His cigars, just from "Havana,"
Smoke in the most lovely manner;
Meerschaum pipes of style and fashion
Just to suit the taste and passion.
And the Fine Cut brands for chewing,
That your teeth will never ruin;
Pipes to suit the inveterate smoker,
Cards for playing sinche or poker.
Pipes of briar, and stems of cherry,
More than any man can carry:
It would take a-week to tell you
All the things he has to sell you.
FRANK  CAMPBELL.
While in town you may be stopping,
At the "Adelphia Corner" drop in;
Campbell you'll find at that location,
Ready to give you information.
Or to see you well provided
With what is by all decided—
The smoker's and the chewer's gloty-
The best and cheapest in Victoria.
WANTED, 1200 LOTS
OF   LADIES'   AND   GENTLEMEN'S
CAST-OFF CLOTHING
FOR WHICH THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES WILL BE PAID.
N.  POINTER, Johnson Street,  2 Doors West of Broad.
Parties will be waited on at tbeir residences in any part of the City.
B®= No business will be transacted at this Store between 10:30 o'clock Saturday
night and 7 o'clock on Monday morning
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Doering Charles, prop. King's Head saloon, Johnson st
Dogerty George (D. & Savage), res. cor. Johnson st and Waddington alley.
Dogerty & Savage, props. California saloon, cor. Johnson st and
Waddington alley.
Doherty Wm., boiler maker, res. Albion hotel, Herald st.
Doig D., clerk, Bank of B. N. A., Yates st.
Dolas John, fisherman, res. Store st.
Dollrey Albert, clerk, 403 Government St., res. Spring Ridge.
Dominion Land Office, post office building, Government st.
Dominion Public Works Department Office, Fort and Govmt
Dominion Savings Bank, post office building, up stairs.
Dominion Saw Mill Co. (limited), office Constance st.
Dominion Telegraph Office, post office building, Government st.
Donald Mr., gentleman, James Bay.
Donelan Mrs. S. M., fancy work, Douglas st
Donelley John, finisher (J. Sehl), Government st.
Donohue Andrew, ship carpenter, res. James Bay.
Donovan D., drayman (Vic. Truck and Dray Co.), Kane st.
Dooley John (Goodacre & D.), Queen's Market, cor. Government
and Johnson.
Doran Edward K., Novelty Iron Works, Store st. ,#t|
Doran R., printer (M. Miller), res. Esquimalt road.
Dorman W. H., clerk, post office, res. Michigan st.
Doscher   Henry Walter, prop,  steam laundry, cor.  Pembroke and
Quadra.
Dosseter Edward, photographer, res. Victoria.
Doughty   G.   &  J., brush   makers   and   grocers, cor.   Fort and
Blanchard.
Doughty James, brush maker, Fort st.
Douglas A., machinist, res. Pembroke st.
Douglas C, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
-Douglas Lady, res. Belleville st., James Bay.
Douglas Mrs. J. M., Douglas house, cor. Gordon and Courtenay.
Douglas Robt., carpenter, res. Occidental hotel.
Downer Harry, plumber (J. Braden), res. Henry st.
Downie Major, mineral prospector, res. Victoria.
Drake, Jackson & Helmcken, barristers, office cor.  Langley and
Bastion.
Drake M. W. Tyrwhitt, Q. C, M. P. P. (D., J. & H.), barrister-at-
law, office cor. Langley and Bastion, res. John St., Point Ellis.
Drake W. T. coal dealer, office Turner's wharf, foot of Yates st.
Driard  House, View st, bet. Broad and Douglas, Redon & Hart-
nagel props.
Driscoll Dennis, hack-driver, cor. Montreal and Simcoe.
Drout John, prop. London bakery, Johnson st.
Dryer Rev. Phillip, res. Chatham st.
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Duck Simeon, M. P. P., retired from business, res. Herald st, bet.
Government and Douglas.
Duck Wm., clerk (D & Wilson), res. Herald st.
Dudgeon James (G. & Dooley), res. Yates st.
Duke H. A. (Kurtz & Co.), res. cor. Blanchard and Herald.
Dunn James, laborer, Humbolt, opp. Douglas.
Dunn Thos., manufacturer's agent, res. Fort, above Cook.
Dunnivan James, iron moulder, Vancouver foundry, res. Herald st.
Dunsmuir Robert, M. P. P., president  Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway, office Government st, res. cor. Menzies and Quebec.
Dutnall J., care-taker R. E. church.
Dupont C. T. inspector inland revenue, res. Stadcona, Cadboro
Bay road.
Dupont Miss, principal Angela college, Burdett ave.
Dupont Mrs. wig maker, Fort, above Blanchard.
Dupont Otto, barber, res. Fort, above Blanchard.
Durham John Henry (F., D. & B.), Wharf st, res. London, Eng.
Dwyer Joseph, gentleman, res. Cormorant st.
Earle Thomas, wholesale grocer, Wharf st, bet. Johnson and Yates,
res. head of Fort st
Earsman J., purser (stmr. North Pacific).
Eberts D. M., barrister-at-law, Langley st.
Eckersley James, expressman, res. Yates, near Cook.
Edman George H., printer (M. Miller), res. Meares st.
Edman W. H., accountant, office Langley alley, res. Meares st.
Edwards Wm., driver (Vic. Transfer Co.), Johnson st.
Edmonds Wm., compositor (Daily Colonist), res. Royal hotel, Fort.
Eklund Barney, Queen's chop house, Yates, opp. Langley.
Elder Robt., cutter (A. .GilmoreJ, res. Johnson st.
Elford J. P., contractor and builder, res. head of Fort. st.
Elford Robt., fruit gardens, above junction of Fort and Yates.
Elford Thos. fruit garden, above junction of Fort and Yates.
Ella Fred, B. C. Express Co., res. Fort, above Cook.
Ella H. R., clerk (R. C. Janion), res. Fort, above Cook.
Ella Mrs. M. B., wid., res. Fort, above Cook.
Ella T. R., salesman (Matthews, Richards & Tye), res. Fort, above
Cook.
Ellery George, butcher, res. head of Pandora st.
Elliott John, carpenter, res. head of Johnson st.
Elliott John, coachman, res. Beacon Hill.
Elliott Miss Martha, employ A. Gilmore, res. Chatham st.
Elliott Richard, employ Ferguson & Co., res. Pandora ave.
Elliott Thos., carpenter, Pandora ave.
Elliott Wm., stone cutter, res. Pandora ave.
Ellis A., job printer (Colonist), Pandora ave.
Ellis Dave, prop. Grand Pacific hotel, cor. Johnson and Store.
Ellis R. B., pattern maker, res. cor. Chatham and Cook-
DIP^EeTOP^Y OF BRITISH CObUJvlBIA, 1884-85.    PRICE, $1.50.
B. T. Williams, Publisher.   Wm. Wolz, Compiler. For Nervousness & Dyspepsia,
Try HENLEY'S
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Ellis W. H., assistant editor (Daily Colonist).
Elphinstone Roger, house carpenter, res. Fort st.
Elsworth James, bricklayer,-res. Pembroke st.
Elwyn Thomas, J. P., deputy provincial secretary, office Government buildings, res. Quebec st
Emery John, custom shoemaker, Fort st, near Blanchard.
Engelhardt J. custom broker and commission agent, office Turner's
wharf, res. Burdett ave.
English John, laborer, res. George st.
Epsworth James, tailor, res. Pandora ave., above Cook.
Equitable Life Assurance Society, Clinton G. Ballentyne manager B. C, office over Wm. Denny's, Government st.
Erb Louis (Loewen & Erb), Victoria brewery, res. Douglas st.
Erickson I., carpenter, res. Pembroke st.
Erskine A. B., salesman (H. Mansell), res. Frederick st.
Erskine Robt. (A. Ofner), res. Frederick st.
Esnouf R. B., steward, Arcade oyster saloon, res. Quadra, near
View.
Essingwine F., boiler shop (Albion Iron Works), res. Store st
Estes Wm., employ Thos. Shotbolt, res. Saanich road.
Etheridge George, employ Dominion Government, res. Victoria.
Ettershank Capt. Wm., pilot, res. Simcoe st, James Bay.
Evans Flitcroft, editorial rooms (Evening Post), res. View, near
Quadra.
Evans Sam. Park hotel, Beacon Hill, head of Simcoe st
Ewen & Co. agents R. Ward & Co.
Ewen Thos., longshoreman. Store st.
Fairbairn Wm., bell maker, res. Princess ave.
Fairbrother George, prop. Lion brewery tap, cof. Queen's ave. and
Cedar Hill road.
Farell M., Queen's chop house, Yates, opp. Langley.
Farrell Harry, ship carpenter, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Farrell P., nightwatchman, res. Beechy st.
Fawcett Edgar, clerk, custom house, res. Franklin st.
Fawcett R. C, clerk (E. M. Johnson), res. James Bay.
Fawcett R. W., dealer in sewing machines, &c, 211 Government st.,
res. James Bay.
Fawcett T. L, capitalist, res. Humbolt st.
Fee David F., Jr., carpenter (Smith & Clark), res. North Park st.
Fee David F, Sr., engineer, res. North Park st., above Quadra.
Fee J. T, dry goods clerk (C. Strouss & Co.), res. North Park st
Fell & Co. wholesale and retail groceries, wines and liquors, 202
Fort, cor. Broad.
Fell James (Fell & Co.), res. View, above Cook.
Fell James F. (Fell & Co.), res. Pandora, above Cook.
Fell & Mills, barristers-at-law, office Langley st.
Fell Thornton (F. & Mills), res. head of Fort st.
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Ferguson James, prop. Rock Bay house, Work st.
Ferguson J. B. & Co. wholesale and retail stationers and booksellers, 325 Government st, near post office.
Ferguson J. B. (F. & Co.), res. Johnson, near Vancouver.
Ferrand B., sausage factory, N. E. cor. Johnson and Broad.
Field Edwin, salesman, res. Cormorant st.
Field Frank, steward Royal hotel, N. E. cor. Fort and Douglas.
Field Samuel, employ Henry Jewell, res. Yates st.
Field Wm., Jr., carpenter, res. Blanchard st.
Field Wm., Sr., gardener, res. Yates st.
Findlay, Durham & Brodie, wholesale commission merchants and
insurance agents, Wharf st.
Findlay George James (F, D. & B.), res. London, England.
Findlay W. T, carpenter, res. Bay st.
Findley F. S. clerk, res. Brunswick hotel.
Findley Hugh, machinist, shop Waddington alley, res. Blanchard st.
Findley R., clerk (A. B. Francis), No. 1 Store st, cor. Johnson.
Findley Wm., machinist, Waddington alley, res. Blanchard st.
Finkelstone H. prop.  Queen's boot and shoe store, 401 Government st., cor. Yates.
Finlaison Charles S. chief clerk custom house dept, res
st, James Bay.
Finlaison C. W., clerk, post office, res. Quebec st.
Finlaison Fred, employ Henry Short, res. James Bay.
Finlaison W. H., clerk (L. Loewenberg), res. James Bay.
Finlayson John, grocer, Government st, res. Gordon st
Finlayson Roderick, capitalist, res. Government st.
Finlayson Roderick, Jr., clerk (Turner, Beeton & Co.), res. Saanich
road. *
Fireman's Fund Ins. Co., H. F. Heisterman & Co. agents.
Firth McKenna, sailor, res. Topaze ave.
Fisher George, mechanic, res. Johnson st
Fitterre Henry, employ Evening Post, res. Pandora ave.
Fitterre Madame, dressmaker, Pandora ave.
FitzAllan John, capitalist, res. Quadra, near View.
Flaherty Hugh, farmer, res. Toronto st.
Flaherty James J., gardener, res. Toronto st.
Fletcher E.^H. acting post office inspector, res. Cook st.
Fletcher S. A., clerk Dominion land office, post office building
Chatham st.
Fletcher Thos. W, dealer in sewing and knitting machines
Fort st.
Flett Alfred, clerk treasury, res. James Bay.
Flett J. & J. groceries and provisions, 218 Fort, cor. Douglas.
Flett James (Flett J. &. J.), 218 Fort st.
Flett James C. (Flett J. & J.), 218 Fort st..
Flewin Charles, salesman, res. South Park st
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Flewin John, sergeant city police, res. cor. Quebec and Montreal.
Fie win Thos. saloon keeper, Yates, near Wharf, res. South Park.
Ford L H., carpenter, Occidental hotel, Wharf st
Ford  J.   D., carpenter  (Thos.   E.  Storey), 201   Government, cor.
Broughton.
Ford M., clerk (Queen's boot and shoe store), 401 Government st
Ford Mrs. S., fashionable dressmaker, Pandora ave.
Forresters' Hall, Government st., bet. Trounce and Fort.
Foster Robert, clock and umbrella repairer, cor. Broughton and
Gordon sts.
Foster Dr. F. W., merchant, res. James Bay.
Fowler J. P., machinist, res. Chatham st
Fox George T., clerk (M. & H. A. Fox), res. Amelia st.
Fox Jonas Henry, boiler maker, res. Frederick st.
Fox Mrs. M., wid., res. Amelia st.
Fox M. & H. A. cutlery and fancy goods, Govt., near Bastion.
Francis A. B. hardware, crockery, &c, No. 1 Store st, cor. Johnson.
Francis Prof. A. L., piano tuner, res. Quadra, bet. Johnson and
Pandora.
Francis George, prop, Francis' livery stable, Trounce st.
Francis Matthew, laborer, res. Yates st.
Francis Mrs. S. E. R., wid., res. cor. Quadra and Fisguard.
Frank A. (Gutmann & Frank), 27 Store st
Franklin Wm. A. (H. M. S. customs), res. Superior st.
Franklyn Mrs., wid., res. Frederick st.
Fraser Donald, gentleman, res. Chatham, near Blanchard.
Fraser Donald, laborer, res. Humbolt, opp. Douglas.
Fraser Rev. D. pastor First Presbyterian Church, res. Chatham st.
Fraser John A. trader, office Government st.
Fraser Mrs., wid., res. Chatham st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Fraser River Fishery, Findlay, Durham & B. agents.
Fraser F- A. prop, steam laundry, Esquimalt road, res. Pritchard
house.
Freedman C. H., salesman (C. Strouss & Co.), res. Fort st.
Freih Joseph, butcher, res. Herald st.
Fritz Mr., carpenter, res. View st., bet. Quadra and Vancouver.
Frost John, teamster, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Frost Wm., painter, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Frye George, Jr., iron moulder, res. Princess ave.
Frye George, surveyor &c, custom house dept, res. Princess ave.
Fullerton Wm., carpenter (P. Wilson), res. Sea View hotel, 108 ,
Government st.
Fullerton J., People's boot and shoe store, 40 Johnson st.
Fulton Daniel, mill hand, res. North Park st.
Fulton J. W., blacksmith, res. Douglas st.
Fulton   Market, Johnson st, near Government, Chas.  E.  Burnley
manager.
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Gable Philip, cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. Vancouver house.
Gabriel Alex., teamster, St Nicholas hotel, 408 Government st
Gabriel Charles & Co. Japanese Bazaar, Government st
Gabriel Chas. (C. G. & Co.), res. James Bay.
Gage Wm., laborer, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Galley Fred (Matthews, Richards & Tye), Yates st.
Galley Mrs., wid., res. Topaze ave.
Gallick & Morris, props. Queen's boot and shoe store, cor. Government and Yates.
Gallick H., supt. Queen's boot and shoe store, res. Amelia st.
Gamble F. C, C. E., res. Cook st.
Gamble A. G. book-keeper (R. Ward & Co.), res, Bird Cage Walk.
Gannaway Edward, barrister, res. cor. Douglas & Pembroke.
Gannon John, purser (stmr. Boskowitz).
Gant Henry, hostler, res. cor. Blanchard and Pioneer.
Gant Mrs., wid., res. cor. Blanchard and Pioneer.
Gardiner C. F., clerk (S. Leiser), res. Parkington st.
Gardiner Capt. John, res. Parkington st, off Vancouver.
Garland Fred, steward (New England bakery), Government st.
Garesche, Green & Co. bankers cor. Government and Trounce.
Garnett E. T., prop, livery stables, cor. Broad and Broughton.
Gastineau John, C. E., res. Victoria.
Gas Works, office Langley st., works Pembroke st.
Gaudin Capt. J., res. Victoria west.
Gaukroger Miss, dressmaker, res. Chatham st.
Gaydon Henry, police officer, res. Johnson st.
Geddis John (C. P. N. Co.), res. Pritchard house, 402 Govt. st.
Gehrung Paul, brewer (H. Walther), Fort, bet. Blanchard and
Quadra.
Geiger & Becker, props. San Francisco Baths and hair dressing
saloon, Government st, opp. post office.
Geiger Thos. (G. & Becker), res. cor. Blanchard and Herald.
George Capt. Wm. E., pilot, res. North Park, bet Quadra and Cook.
Gerow G., blacksmith, res. Victoria west.
Gerow G. C. (G. & Robertson), res. Victoria west.
Gerow & Robertson, carriage making and blacksmithing, cor. Yates
and Broad.
Gibbon W. book-keeper (Turner, Beeton & Co.), Wharf st
Gibbs Miss Kate, employ A. Gilmore, 28 Johnson st, res. Henry.
Gibney James, iron moulder, Vancouver foundry, Herald st
Giddeon D., cook, res. Discovery.
Giddeon W., cook (Pacific Telegraph hotel), Store st.
Giesselmann Chas. (B. & G), wholesale grocers, res. Vancbuver st.
Gilchrist Alex., carpenter, res. Pembroke st.
• Gilchrist F, plasterer, res. cor. Chambers and North Park.
Giles Orlando, prop, fruit and fish market, Yates, near Government,
res. Spring Villa.
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Giles W., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.), res. Spring Villa.
Gillespie Mrs. E. M., res. Fort st.
Gillespie George, accountant, Bank of British Columbia, res. Richardson, above Cook.
Gillespei S. P., bricklayer, res. Yates, cor. Cook. g
Gillespei W., res. Victoria.
Gilligan Edward, finisher (J. Sehl), res. Pandora ave. \
Gilligan James (H. B. Co.), res. Cormorant st.
Gilligan P., laborer, res. Pandora ave.
Gilligan John, shoemaker (G. H. Maynard), res. Pandora ave.
Gilligan Thos., machine hand (J. Sehl), res. Pandora ave.
Gilmore Alex, merchant tailor, 28 Johnson st, res. North Store st.,
branch I. X. L., Government st.
Gillis Andrew, saddler (Mann & Heron), Fort st.
Gittere Chas., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Broad and Johnson.
Glide A., engine room (Daily Colonist), res. Dallas road.
Glide Henry, res. Dallas road.
Glide Miss Mary, compositor (Colonist), res. Dallas road.
Glover Wm. M., painter, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st'
Glover W. V., res. Fort st.
Glover Mrs. S. H., wid., res. Fort, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Godding Robert, carpenter, res. Rupert st
Godfrey Joseph, carpenter, res. Victoria.
Godfrey Wm., prop. I. X. L. steam boiler shop, Government, cor.
Pembroke.
Goepel Wm. J. (Hall & Goepel), res. Simcoe st, James Bay.
Goetz H. H., carpenter, res. Occidental hotel.
Golding B., candies, tobaccos and cigars, Broad, near Yates.
Goldsbrough G. A., carpenter, res. Occidental hotel.
Good Henry, res. Vancouver st.
Good H. B., collector of inland revenue, res. Vancouver st.
Goode George, bricklayer, res. Victoria.
Goodacre & Dooley, props. Queen's Market, S. W. cor. Government
and Johnson.
Goodacre Lawrence (G. & Dooley), res. Pandora ave.
Goodrich Frank, carriage driver, res. Victoria.
Gordon Wm. agent Hamilton powder Co., res. Frederick st.
Gore Wm. S. surveyor general British Columbia, res. Burdett ave.
Gorrie Thos., toys and fancy goods, Fort, near Blanchard.
Gosnell George (G. & Haddock), res. Farquhar st.
Gosnell & Haddock, prop, fruit and fish stand, Douglas st., bet.
Cormorant and Fisguard.
Gosnell Joseph, grocer, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Gouge B., varnisher (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
. Gouge Fred, machine hand (J. Sehl), Government st.
Gould D. A., printer (M. Miller), Johnson st
Government Buildings, James Bay.
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Gowdy Mrs., wid., res. Rock Bay ave.
Gowen Miss A., teacher public school, res. View st.
Gowen Charles, prop. Phcenix brewery, N. W. cor. Blanchard and
Yates.
Gowen Chas. N., brewer (Phcenix brewery), res. Yates st.
Gowen George N., brewer (Phcenix brewery), res. View st.
Gowen Samuel, machinist, Store st., res. Yates, above Cook.
Gowen Thomas, prop. Novelty Iron Works, Store st, bet Herald
and Chatham.
Graff J. division engineer Esquimalt and Nanaimo railway, res.
Yates, above Cook.
Graham Frank (Grand Pacific hotel), cor. Johnson and Store.
Graham James, carpenter, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st
Graham John, assistant receiver-general and   manager Dominion
Government savings bank, res. cor. Simcoe and Menzies.
Graham  J.  A., retired  merchant, res.  cor.   Queen's  ave.  and
Blanchard st.
Graham Victor, boiler maker, res. Telegraph hotel, Store, st
Grant Arthur, clerk (Burns & Co.), cor. Broad and Yates.
Grant Gordon F., engineer, res. Cormorant st.
Graveley W. E. (Innes & G.), res. Douglas house, Gordon st.
Gray And re w, manager Albion Iron Works, res. James Bay.
Gray A. B. (A. B. Gray & Co.), res. Belleville st., James Bay.
Gray A. B. & Co., wholesale dry goods and liquors, cor. Wharf and
Bastion.
Gray J. H. division engineer, Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway.
Gray Dave, Queen's chop house, Yates, opp. Langley.  .
Gray David, carpenter, res. Spriijg Villa.
Gray David, res. Pritchard house, 402 Government st
Gray E. J., stair builder, res. Government st.
Gray G D., Albion Iron Works, res. James Bay.
Gray Hon. Mr. Justice, Puisne Judge Supreme Court of British
Columbia, res. Fort st.
Gray Jim E. (Briggs & G), props. Pritchard house, 402 Government
st., cor. Yates.
Gray J. H., machinist, res. Occidental hotel.
Gray P. H., draughtsman, Albion Iron Works, res. Fort st.
Gray Samuel, stair builder, factory cor. Government and Chatham,
res. New Gorge road, near Government st.
Green A. A. (Garesche, Green & Co.), res. Bird Cage Walk.
Green David, clothier, Government, bet Yates and Trounce.
Green  H.  H., compositor (Colonist), res. American hotel, Yates st.
Green Mrs. F. W, wid., cor. View and Richardson.
Green R. E., teller, Dominion Government savings bank, res. Ross
Bay Villa.
Greenwood John K., owner and captain schooner Juanita, res.
Pandora ave.
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Gregg A. (Gregg & Son), res. cor. Chatham and Douglas.
Gregg Charles, with M. W. Waitt & Co., res. Chatham st., cor.
Douglas.
Gregg & Son, artistic tailors, Douglas  st, near Pandora ave.
Gregg Frank B. (Gregg & Son), res. cor. Chatham and Douglas.
Gregg Miss (Gregg & Son), res. cor. Chatham and Douglas.
Gregory Wm., assistant H. M. customs, Wharf st
Gribble Henry, prop. Victoria Bazaar, Government St., near post
office, res. Pioneer st.
Griffiths, J., wharfinger (H. B. Co.), res. Quadra st.
Griffiths John W., book-keeper (Goodacre & Dooley), res. Fort st.
Grimm Wm., prop. Grimm's carriage factory, Johnson st, bet.
Broad and Douglas.
Grimm Henry, brickmaker, res. off new Gorge road.
Grissmer August, artistic tonsor, (Victoria Baths), 59 Johnson st.,
- res. cor. Douglas and View.
Guardian Fire Insurance Co., agents Turner, Beeton & Co.
Guest Alfred, carpenter, res. Albion hotel, Herald st.
Guldager C, laborer, res. Government st.
Gutmann & Frank, commission merchants, agents for Western Oil
Co., Johnson, opp. Store.
Gutmann Jacob (G. & Frank), commission merchants, Johnson and
Store.
Gwennap James, teamster, res. Princess st.
Hach Charles, book-keeper (J. Sehl), res. "Fort st.
Haddock James (Gosnell & H.), res. Pandora st
Haggerty John, res. Rae st.
Hague Wm., tinsmith, res. Royal hotel.
Hale R. S., mill wright, res. Kane st.
Hall & Goepel, ship brokers and insurance agents, 339 Govt. st.
Hall F. J., employ Daily Colonist, res. Green st.
Hall H. G, clerk (Wm. Pollard), Langley st.
Hall Mrs. P. J., Johnson st., bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Hall Joshua, steward, American hotel, Yates st.
Hall & Lowe, props, photographic studio, over London house,
Government st
Hall Richard (Hall & Goepel), res. cor. Blanchard and Fisguard.
Hall Mrs. Thos., wid., Fanklyn st.
Hall Wm., employ J. Gosnell, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Halliday J. A., teacher public school, res. Cook st.
Halpenny J. G., carpenter, res. John st.
Halpenny W. M., Government guide, res. Fort st.
Halstead Chas., barber, Colonist building, Government st.
Halstead Jonas, farmer, res. Dallas road.
Hamilton Mrs. Elizabeth, wid., res. North Park st.
Hamilton E. P., contractor and builder, cor. Broughton and Gordon, res. Blanchard st
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Hamilton Wm., longshoreman, res. Yates st.
Hamilton & Worth, contractors and builders, cor. Broughton and
Gordon.
Hammond Wm., assistant engineer, Esquimalt 8c Nanaimo railway
Hamley Hon. Wyrnand, collector of H. M. customs, res. cor.
Quadra and Burdett ave.
Hamley Nicholas, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel.
Hampton Thos., baker, res. Kingston st.
Hampton Wm., painter, Broughton st., res. Kingston.
Hampton Wm., Sr., laborer, res. Kingston st.
Hannan James, stonemason, res. Meares st
Hannan John (R. Baker & Son), res. Meares st.
Harbor Master, Capt. W. R. Clarke, office Yates st, bet. Langley
and Wharf.
Harding Thos., prop. Vancouver bakery, Fort st, res. Kane.
Hardy S., engineer (stmr. Teaser), res. American hotel, Yates st.
Hargreaves G. (H. & H.), surveyor and architect.
Harman Philip, cabinet maker (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Harman Thos., submarine diver, res. Pritchard house, 402 Govt st
Harmony Hall, View st., bet. Blanchard and Quadra.
Harlow Capt. James O., wharfinger, Rithetville, James Bay.
Harris Wm., printer (Daily Times).
Harris D. R. (H. & H.), surveyor, res. James Bay.
Harris & Hargreaves, surveyors and architects, cor. Government
and Bastion, up stairs.
Harrison Eli, house and sign painter and dealer in paints, cor.
Douglas and Pandora.
Harrison Mr. Henry, M. R. C. S., Eng., L. S. A., London, surgeon-
major H. M. army, office Langley st.
Harrison H. A., manager Cowichan lumber yard, office Wharf st.,
near Government.
Harrison J. B., C. P. R., res. Dallas road.
Harrison & McAlister, groceries, wines and liquors, Johnson, near
Government.
Harrison Wm., prop. Victoria house, S. E. cor. Douglas and
Pandora.
Harrop John, painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st.
Hart John J., dealer in furs, guns and Indian curios, 36 Johnson st.
Hartford Fire Ins. Co., Nicholles & Renouf agents, cor. Yates and
Broad.
Hartley E, plumber (J. Braden), Government st.
Hartley Wm., tinsmith (David C. Heal), res. Johnson st
Hartnell Henry John, manager (J. & A. Boskowitz), res. Yates,
. above Cook.
Harvey Edward, assistant clerk (Turner, Beeton & Co.), res.
Quadra st.
Harvey H., clerk, res. Quadra st.
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Harvey Rout, clerk (Turner, Beeton & Co.), res. Quadra st.
Hasenfratz Jacob, brewer, Victoria brewery, Discovery st.
Hassard Wm., res. Commercial hotel, Douglas st.
Hastings O. A., photographer, res. Douglas, cor. Herald.
Hastings O. C, (Hastings & Spencer), photographers, Fort st.
Hastings Saw Mill Co., office Wharf St., R. H. Alexander agent.
Hattersley Edward, machinist, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Hattey Thos., bricklayer, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Haughton Mrs. M., fancy goods, Yates st.
Haughton Thos., dry goods, &c, Yates st.
Hawkins John, groceries, provisions and fruits, 210 Fort st.
Haynes Alfred, employ Thos. Harding, Vancouver bakery.
Haynes Geo. W., (Heisterman & Haynes), res. John st.
Haynes Wm., professor of music, res. Vancouver, near Humbolt.
Hayward Charles, prop. Pioneer steam saw mill, and undertaker,
office Government, near Fort.
Hayward Charles, Jr., clerk (E. C. Baker), res. Government st.
Heal David C, tinsmith, Johnson st, bet. Broad and Douglas.
Healey George F., civil engineer, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Hearns Henry, seaman, res. Discovery st.
Heathorn Arthur, clerk, Victoria boot and shoe factory, res. cor.
Work and Bridge sts., Rock Bay.
Heathorn Wm. prop. Victoria boot and shoe manufactory, Government st, near post office, and  Rock Bay tannery, cor. Bridge
and John sts.
Heisterman H. F. & Co. real estate agents, office Langley st.
Heisterman H. F., (H. & Co.), res. Douglas st, cor. Hillside ave.
Helmcken Hon. Dr. J. S., M. D., J. P., office Fort st., near Wharf,
res. Belleville st, James Bay.
Helmcken Henry Dallas, barrister (Drake, Jackson & H.), res.
James Bay.
Helmcken J. D., M. D., office Fort st, near Wharf, res. James Bay.
Henderson A., supt Victoria Transfer Co., N. E. cor. Government
and Johnson.
Henderson Thos., livery stables, cor. Broad and Broughton.
Hendry Alex., engineer, Victoria water works, res. View st
Hendry Thos. (Mason & H.), res. Work st, Rock Bay.
Heney J. H., cabinet maker, res. Cosmopolitan hotel.
Henley Joseph, baker, res. Pandora ave., above Cook.
Henly Edward Henry, farmer, Clover Point, south of Beacon Hill.
Henly Henry, prop. Henry's hotel, Clover Point, south of Beacon
Hill.
Henly Wm. G, farmer, Clover Point, south of Beacon Hill.
Henski August, blacksmith, res. Douglas, near Discovery.
Henski F., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.), res. Douglas st.
Henski James, employ J. Sehl, res. Douglas, near Discovery.
Henski Mrs., wid., Douglas, near Discovery.
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Hepworth James, tailor, 28 Johnson st.
Herd George, carpenter, res. Work st
Herd Miss (Gregg & Son), res. North Park st.
Herold George, laborer, res. Yates st.
Herrald A., machinist, res. Johnson st
Heron Robt. (Mann & H.), saddler and harness maker, cor. Fort
and Broad.
Heslip Mr., painter (Lettice & Sears), res. Occidental hotel.
Hett J. Roland, barrister-at-law, office Langley st, res. Moss,.bet
Richardson and Belcher.
Hewlings E. J., carriage builder, res. head of View st.
Hewlings F. H., carpenter, res. head of View st.
Hewlings J.  Q., librarian Mechanics' Literary Institute, res.
' Scorsby st.
Heynen Rev. Father W., St. Andrew's Cathedral, View st, and
principal St. Louis college.
Heywood J., retired from business, res. Fort st., above Cook.
Hibben T. N. & Co., book-sellers, stationers and news agents,
Government st, bet. Trounce and Fort.
Hibben T. N. (H. & Co.), res. Pandora ave., bet. Quadra and Vancouver sts.
Hickey James, currier, res. Johnson st.
Hickey P., engineer (stmr. Alexander), res. Kane st
Hick Wm., supt. wagon road, res. Pioneer st
Hicks Robert, pilot, res. Pembroke st.
Hicks Thos., laborer, cor. Oswego and Superior sts.
Hicks Wm. (R. B. saw mill), res. Constance st.
Higgins D. W., editor and prop. British Colonist, office Government
st, res. Pandora ave., bet. Blanchard and Quadra.
Higgins John Thos., nurseryman, Vancouver st, near Beechy.
Higgins W. R., reporter (Daily Colonist), res. Pandora ave.
Hilborn Wm. L, blacksmith (Wm. Powell's), Johnson st.
Hilderbrand Mrs. Mary, tailoress and clothes repairer, View st,
near Douglas.
Hill George, Rt. Rev. D. D., Bishop of Columbia, res. Bishop's
Close, Burdett ave.
Hill & Conley, carpenters and builders, Fort st, near Blanchard.
Hill John, carpenter, Fort st., res. Fort, bet. Quadra and Vancouver.
Hilliard Joseph, groceries and provisions, 19 Store st.
Hillier Wm., teamster, res. Yates st.
Hilton B., B. C. soap works, res. North Park st
Hilton Joe, boiler maker (Albion Iron Works), res. North Park st.
Hilton Squire, boiler maker, res. North Park st., near Cook.
Hines James, Lome restaurant, 57 Johnson st, near Government.
Hiscocks Edwin H., chemist (Langley & Co.), res. Frederick st
Hobbs Mrs. wid., res. Johnson st, bet Blanchard and Quadra.
Hodges Edward, stonemason, res. Douglas st.
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Hodges Fred, stonemason, res. Douglas st
Hodges Thos., stonemason, res. Douglas st.
Hodges Mrs. Mary, res. N. E. cor. Douglas and Johnson.
Hodge Wm., blacksmith, Yates st, bet Blanchard and Quadra.
Hodnett Alfred, employ H. Jewell, res. Government st
Hodson E., employ Victoria market, Johnson st.
Holland Joseph, painter (Lettice & Sears).
Holland Joshua, contractor and builder, res. John st
Holland & McDonald, contractors and builders, John st, Rock Bay.
Hollins John, upholsterer, (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st
Holloway Miss E., teacher public school, res. James Bay.
Holloway Mrs. M., milliner, res. James Bay.
Holman J., Union Saloon, 42 Johnson st
Holman & Perry, props. Union saloon, 42 Johnson st
Holmes Alex., employ local government, res. Quebec st, James Bay.
Holmes Chas., carpenter, cor. Rae and Blanchard.
Holmes James, butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.), res. Spring Ridge.
Holmes Arthur, salesman, res. Michigan st.
Holmes Capt. P., res. Belleville st.  •
Holzer Ernest brewer, Victoria brewery, Discovery st.
Homfray R., C. E., res. Quebec st, James Bay!
Hood James, laborer, res. Green st.
Hook and Ladder Company, hall, Government st, near Broughton.
Hookway Arthur, professor of music, res. Pioneer st.
Hooper 8c Borde, boot and shoe makers, 415 Government st.
Hooper D. G. (H. & Borde), 415 Government st.
Hooper James, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Hoosen  Edward, police officer, res. Chatham st
Blanchard.
Horn H. R., employ H. Bornstein, res. Yates st.
Hornor, John, clerk (Wm. Denny), res. Bay st.
Horth R. P., laborer, res. Johnson st.
Horsley Samuel, plasterer, res Johnson st, bet Vancouver and
Cook.
Hotz Miss K., proprietress Park hotel, Beacon Hill.
Hough Walter R., police officer, res. Herald st.
Hounslow Herbert, machinist (Albion Iron Works), res. Quadra st
House D. D., brickmaker, res. Rock Bay.
Howard R., saloon keeper, res. cor. Douglas and Johnson.
Howe George, clerk (Brown Jug saloon), res. Yates st
Howerth Henry, tinsmith, res. Yates st
Hudson Bay Co., head office Wharf st, opp. Bastion
Hughes J. F., army pensioner, (with D. J. & H.), res. View st.
Hughes Jacob, employ J. Gosnell, cor. Douglas and Cormorant sts.
Humber Fred, bricklayer, res. Topaze ave.
Humber M., general contractor and prop, brickyard, res. Topaze ave.
Humber M. L., bricklayer, res. Topaze ave.
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Humber Wm. H. R., res. Topaze ave.
Humphreys Thomas B., res. cor. Blanchard and Fisguard.
Hunter Richard, sub-collector of Stickeen custom house, res. North
Park st
Hunter Joseph, chief engineer Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway, res.
James Bay.
Hunter Robert, carpenter, res. Mason st
Huny Louis, res. Victoria.
Hurrell Henry, clerk (Eli Harrison), res. Quadra st
Huson A. W. (H. & Moss), res. No. 8 Store st, near Government
Huson & Moss, groceries and cracker bakery, No. 8 Store st
Hutcheson James (Hutcheson, Young & Co.), res. cor. Fort and
Cook.
Hutcheson John W., jailor, city barracks, Bastion st.
Hutcheson, Young & Co., props. White House, dry goods, Govt st
Huxtable Wm., machinist, (Novelty Iron Works), Store st.
Hyland W. J., brass finisher, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Imbert Chas. A., carpenter, res. Simcoe st, near Point
Imbert George, employ Stemler & Earle, res. Simcoe st.
Imbert Miss M., employ Stemler & Earle, res. Simcoe st
Imperial Fire Ins. Co., agents Welch, Rithet 8c Co.
Indian Church, Herald st, bet Government and Store.
Indian Department, office cor. Douglas and Courtenay.
Inge Thos., dealer in coal, res. Herald st.
Innes & Graveley, real estate brokers, office Yates st, B. C. express
building.
Innes H. M., clerk, Bank of B. N. A., Yates st
Innes F. C. (I. & Graveley), Yates st.
Innes Thos. N., tailor, res. View st.
Internal Revenue Department, Wharf st, bet. Fort and Courtenay.
Inverness Cannery, agents Turner, B. & Co.
In wood George, res. No. 2 Government st.
Iron Church, (Episcopal), N. E. cor. Douglas and Fisguard.
Irvine Arthur, dairyman, Fairfield road.
Irving Bros., dealers in boots and shoes, 112 Government st.
Irving E. B. (Irving Bros.), res. Superior st.
Irving G. M. (Irving Bros.), res. Superior st.
Irving Mrs. James, wid., res. Superior st.
Irving Capt. John, manager Canadian Pacific Navigation Company
(limited), office Wharf st, res. cor. Menzies and Michigan sts.,
James Bay.
Irving P. JE., deputy attorney general and barrister-at-law, res. cor.
Cook and Richardson. 9
Irving Robert, agent O. R. & N. Co., office Wharf st.
Irving T. L. (Irving Bros.), res. Superior st.
Irving Wm. (stmr. Olympian), res. Superior st.
Irwin H. G. J., salesman (C. Strouss & Co.), res. Superior st.
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Isaacs J. & Co., general dealer in merchandise, 36 Johnson st
I. X. L. Store, T. L. Davies manager, 421 Govt st., cor. Johnson.
Jack Alex., farmer, James Bay.
Jack Mrs. A., res. Superior st.
Jacklin D., stove moulder (Albion Iron Works), res. View st.
Jackman Samuel, harness maker, res. Douglas st.
Jackson Albert, tinsmith, res. View st
Jackson F. J., contractor, res. Collinson st, near McClure.
Jackson James, prop, saloon, Govt. St., bet. Yates and Trounce.
Jackson John, cutter (Wm. Heathorn), res. View st.
Jackson John, Bay tannery.
Jackson Oliver, tinsmith, res. John st.
Jackson R. E., barrister-at-law (Drake, Jackson & Helmcken), res.
Richardson st.
Jackson Dr. Wm., health officer, res. Michigan st.
Jackson Wm., druggist, Government st
Jackson Wm., bartender, Adelphi saloon, cor. Yates and Govt.
Jaeck J. F., druggist (Moore & Co.), Yates st.
Jagers Capt. J. F., master mariner, res. Douglas st.
James D., steward, Victoria Fire department, res. Deluge engine
house, Yates st.
James Frank, coachman, Government house.
James John, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Jamieson Robert, clerk (T. N. Hibben & Co.), res. Pembroke st.
Jamieson Peter J., baker, res. cor. Cook and Johnson.
Janes Mrs. Jane, wid., Green st.
Janion R. C, commission merchant, 25 Store st.
Jaques George, watchmaker and jeweler, Fort st., above Blanchard.
Jaques Josiah, machinist, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Jay & Co., seed merchants, 118 Fort st.
Jay George, Jr., solicitor, office cor. Government and Bastion, res.
North Cook st.
Jay George, Sr. (Jay & Co.), res. North Cook st.
Jeeves George, bricklayer, res. North Store st.
Jeffree Wm. J., clothing and gentlemen's furnishing goods, Yates
st> opp. Langley.
Jeffree Mrs., employ B. C. shirt factory, res. Quadra st.
Jemmett Capt. Wm. S., surveyor, Indian department, res. Victoria.
Jenkins Chas. Pascoe, boiler maker, res. Frederick st.
Jenkins David, shoemaker, res. Frederick st
Jenkins Wm. Henry, boiler maker, res. Frederick st.
Jenkinson C. W., contractor, res. Vancouver st.
Jenkinson Mrs., wid., res. Douglas st, bet. View and Fort.
Jenkinson Mrs., wid., res. Richardson st.
Jenns Rev. P., rector St. John's Church, Douglas st.
Jensen Wm., gentleman, res. Victoria.
Jesse F. W., law clerk (Davie 8c Pooley), res. Montreal st
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Jewell Henry, general dealer, S. W. cor. Yates and Douglas, res.
Johnson st.
Jewish Synagogue, S. E. cor. Blanchard and Pandora.
John B. H., assistant draughtsman, lands and works dept, res. Bel-
lot st., bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Johns James, cigars and tobaccos, Johnson st.
Johns Wm., expressman, res. cor. Oswego and New sts.
Johnson & Co., prop. Bay tannery, Bay st.
Johnson Dan F., carpenter, res. Yates st, bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Johnson E. E., currier, res. John st.
Johnson E. C. (Johnson & Co.), manager Bay tannery, Bay st
Johnson Edwin, barrister-at-law, office S. W. cor. Government and
Bastion, res. Belleville st.
Johnson E. M., conveyancer, Bastion st
Johnson Chas. James, prop. Commercial hotel, cor. Douglas and
Cormorant.
Johnson John (Pritchard house), 402 Government st.
Johnson, Walker & Flett, props. Queen City planing mills, North
Government st.
Johnston J., clerk (M. W. Waitt & Co.), res. Pioneer st
Johnston Matthew T., manager Findlay, Durham  & Brodie's
wholesale commission house, res. Pemberton st.
Johnston P. T. & Co., garden flower seeds, Fort st, near Government, res. Cadboro Bay road.
Johnston James, expressman, res. Simcoe st.
Johnston James, res. Simcoe st.
Jollyboy O. B., painter (Smith & Rendell), cor. View and Douglas.
Jonckau Very Rev. J. J., principal St. Louis college, cor. Pandora
and Church sts.
Jones A. W. (Croasdaile & J.), cor. Government and Broughton.
Jones Charles S., assistant manager Bank of British Columbia,
res. Bird Cage Walk.
Jones Columbus, capitalist, 864 Johnson st
Jones Fred C, carpenter and joiner (Smith & Clark), res. James Bay.
Jones George J., carpenter, res. Yates st.
Jones H. L., chemist and druggist (Langley & Co.), res. Quebec st.
Jones James, machinist (Albion Iron Works), res. Commercial hotel.
Jones John, horse trader, res. Douglas st.
Jones Richard, inspector of weights and measures, res. Superior st.
Jones Mrs. Richard, wid., res. Bird Cage Walk.
Jones Richard, carpenter, res. Henry st.
Jones Stephen, prop. Dominion hotel, Yates st, near Blanchard.
Jones Thos.  G, prop. Jones' boat house, Wharf st., foot of
Courtenay.
Jones T. D., L. D. S., dentist, office Moody's building, cor. Yates
and Broad, up-stairs, res. Kane st.
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Jones Wm. R, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Broad st.
Jordon Wm., prop. City bakery, Johnson st, near Government.
Jugg M. T., painter
Kahle F.
Kammerer C. W. (T. N. Hibben & Co.), res. Chambers
Kates, cab driver, Pritchard house, 402 Government st.
Kaye Ernest, res.
Kaye James, teacher, res. Fisguard st.
Kearney John, steward, St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Government st.
Keast Mrs. A., res. Rock Bay.
Keays Mrs., res. Blanchard ave.
Keith James C. (Bank of B. C), res. cor. Blanchard and Queen's
avenues.
Keller J. W., plasterer, res. 408' Government st.
Kelley & Sherring, carpenters and builders, Johnson st.
Kelley Wm. Ross, miner, res. North Park st.
Kelly George, B. C. soap works, res. Humbolt st
Kelly Miss Mary, clerk (S. L. Kelly), Yates st.
Kelly Ross, tanner, Rock Bay tannery, res. Johnson st.
Kelly S. B., clerk (S. L. Kelly), Yates st.
Kelly S. L. & Son, stove merchants, Yates St., bet. Oriental an
Waddington alleys.
Kennan Wm., laborer, res. Simcoe st.
Kennedy David, engineer, res. Montreal st, James Bay.
Kennedy James, compositor, res. Beacon Hill Park.
Kennedy John, engineer (stmr. Pilot), res. Beacon Hill Park.
Kennedy Paul, engineer, res. Beacon Hill Park.
Kennedy Thos., engineer, res. Beacon Hill Park.
Kenney James, currier, Rock Bay tannery, res. Princess ave.
Kenny John, brewer (Leahy's), Johnson st.
Kent C. H., book-keeper (E. G. Prior), Government st., res. Yates.
Kent Charles, book-keeper (Marvin & Tilton), res. Yates st.
Keough P. W., bridge builder, res. St. Charles hotel, Douglas st.
Ker Robert (Findlay, Durham & Brodie), Wharf st.
Kerg Miss Annie, dressmaker, res. Pioneer st.
Kerg Mrs., wid., res. Pioneer st.
Kermode Edward, carpenter, res. Henry st.
Kiffiere Capt. A. (schooner Isabel), res. Pembroke st.
Kilgour David (Mann & Heron), res. 408 Government st.
King Chas. H., foreman stripper department (Kurtz & Co.)
King C. J , stage driver bet. Victoria and Esquimalt, res. Yates St.,
bet. Blanchard and Quadra.
King James, laborer, res. Humbolt st.
King, Joseph, prop. Mousquetaires saloon, N. W. cor. Government
and Johnson, res. Douglas st.
King J. A., prop North Pacific saloon, cor. Wharf and Yates.
King Jabez H., dairyman, res. head of Johnson st.
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Kingsbury D, laborer, res. Humbolt st, opp. Douglas.
Kinsman John, contractor and real estate owner, res. Pembroke st.
Kipp Miss (Gregg & Son), res. View st.
Kirsop George, stone cutter, res. Fort st.
Kircup J., shoemaker, 40 Johnson st.
Kittle August upholsterer (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Kittle Wm., machinist, res. John st.
Knauss Thos. R., cigar maker (Kurtz 8c Co.), res. Pandora ave.
Knight Henry, dry goods and groceries, No. 5 Store st.
Knight John, foreman of machine shop (Albion Iron Works), res.
Chatham st.
Knight John W., blacksmith, res. Henry st. •
Knox James, shoemaker (G., H. Maynard), res. Johnson st
Kranz Fred, carpenter, res. Meares st, near Quadra.
Kuna Joseph, boiler maker, res. Chatham st, near Blanchard.
Kurtz Mrs. D., employ C. E. Redfern, res. Fort st.
Kurtz & Co., cigar manufacturers, S. E. cor. Government and
Trounce sts., office down stairs, factory up stairs.
Kurtz John (Kurtz 8c Co.), cigar manufacturer, res. Douglas st.
Kurtz W., compositor, res. Victoria.
Labron Miss Mary J., B. C. shirt factory, res. John st.
LaCloer Noel, teamster, res. Pembroke st.
Lain Chas., fashion stables, Fort st.
Laing Capt. Andrew (schooner W. P. Sayward), res. Erie st.,
James Bay.
Lambkin C. H., contractor and builder, Yates st.
Lambly Susan, assistant matron P. O. Home, Rae st., near Church
Hill.
Lane Vernon, carpenter, res. head of Johnson st
Lang Charles, cigars and tobaccos, 409 Government st, res. Princess ave.
Lange Ernest, boiler maker (Albion Iron Work), res. 408 Govt, st
Lange Oh'W. A. & Son, watchmakers and jewelers, Government st,
opp, post office.
Lange W, G, (Lange & Son), watchmaker and jeweler, Govt, st
Langley A. F, elerk (Langley & Co.), res. Fairfield road.
Langley Alfred John, J. P. (Langley & Co.), res. Fairfield road.
Langley A. R., res. Cor. Broughton and Lartgley sts.
Langley & Co., wholesale and retail druggists, cor, Yates st. and
Langley alley.
Langley George F., clerk (Geo. Morrison), 302 Govt, st, cor. Fort,
Langley W. H., law student (D., J. & H-.), res. Langley st.
Langley John M,j deputy sheriff, office police barracks, res. cor,
Broughton and Langley sts.
Langley Mrs. J,, fashionable dressmaker, dor, Br&tighton and
Langley sts,
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Lapierre  Horace, baker, Empire bakery, S. W. cor. Fort and
Blanchard.
LaPoint P. A., carpenter, res. Pembroke st.
Larman James, custom boot and shoemaker, No. 8 Johnson st.
Lascelles James, prop. Victoria sale and commission stables, Broad
near Fort st, res. James Bay.
Latreyte John, prop. French bakery, cor. Broad and Pandora.
Launder M., miner, res. Spring Ridge.
Lawlor Dennis, machinist, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Lawrence George R, res. View st, bet Vancouver and Cook..
Lawson A. W., carriage and hack stables, cor. Broad and Trounce.
Lawson George, day boy telephone office, Trounce st, near Govt.
Lawson Henry Chas., engineer, res. Quadra st.
Lawson Henry, saddler, res. Quadra st.
Lawson James H., factor and cashier (H  B. Co.), res Bastion st.
Lawson James, printer, res. Broad st.
Lawson R., contractor and builder, res. cor. Montreal and Simcoe.
Lawson Robert, landing waiter, custom department, Wharf st.
Lawson T. L., boiler maker (Albion Iron Works), res. Broad and
Trounce.
Lawson Wm. G., painter, Broad st, cor. Trounce.
Lazard I., cigarian artist (T. & L. factory), res. Pandora ave.
Lazenby Miss E., manager millinery department, Commerce house,
Government st.
Leach John, carpenter, res. Yates st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Leahy John, brewer and maltster, Johnson st, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Learn Fred, painter, Broughton st., res. Kane.
Leask & Co., merchant tailors, 211 Fort st, near Douglas.
Leaycroft H. G., assistant engineer Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway.
Leavitt John, barber, 38 Johnson st.
Leblence Edmond, barber, Columbia baths, Yates st, near Government.
Leclaire W., clerk (Hall & Goepel), 339 Government st.
Leech Jno., first officer (stmr. Yosemite).
Leech P. J., city surveyor, res. Michigan St., James Bay.
Lefebvre A. C, bar tender, Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Leggatt Chas. J., acting registrar-general, James Bay.
Leigh Edwin A., registrar county court, res. Belleville st.
Leigh Mrs. H. V., wid., cor. Vancouver and Richardson.
Leighton Wm., clerk, res. Victoria.
Leiser  S.,  wholesale  provision, Yates  st, near Wharf, res.  Pandora ave.
Leishman Robt., iron moulder (Vancouver foundry), Herald st.
LeLievre Chas., painter, Broughton st.
LeLievre Mrs. L., wid., res. Fort st.
LeLievre Pat, varnisher (J. Sehl), res. Fort st.
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Lennox Wm., employ H. Noble, res. Princess ave.
Lenz Jacob, merchant, res. Fort st.
Lenz John (York & L.), res. Pandora ave.
Leonhard Mr., cabinet maker (J. Sehl), Government st.
Leslie H. H., architect, office Bastion st.
LesLouts Felix, cooper (H. B. Co.), res. North Park st
Lester Peter, gentleman, res. Vancouver, near Bellot st.
Lettice Robt. (L. & Sears), Broad st., res. Kane.
Lettice & Sears, painters and glaziers, Broad st, near Fort.
Levy Barney, cigarian artist (T. & L. factory), res. Pandora ave.
Levy Mrs. E., wid., res. Amelia st.
Levy Joe, prop. Arcade oyster saloon, Government st, bet Yates
and Johnson, res. Herald st.
Levy Joe L., prop. T. & L. cigar factory, 339"Govt, st, up stairs.
Levy Sam, commercial traveler, res. View st.
Lewis A. & Co., stoves and tinware, Yates st, bet. Government st
and Oriental alley.
Lewis Capt. H. G., res. Belleville st, James Bay.
Lewis Lewis, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, Yates St., bet.
Government st. and Oriental alley.
Lewis Miss L., employ R. T. Williams, res. Chambers st.
Liddell Mrs., wid., res. Quadra st.
Liddell Robt, shoemaker, res. Spring Villa.
Lilley H. A., candy manufacturer, Douglas st., bet. Johnson and
Pandora.
Lindsay D., J. P., inland revenue department, res. James Bay.
Lindsay Thos. D., nightwatchman, res. Burnside road.
Liner James, iron moulder (Vancouver foundry), Herald st.
Link James, engineer, res. View st., bet Quadra and Vancouver.
Linneker Chas., painter, res. James Bay.
Linneker Edward (Lissett & L), res. Quadra st.
Linton John, ship carpenter, res. Store st
Lintott John, teacher of piano and violin, Quadra, near Pembroke.
Lipsett R. (Rand & L), 339 Government st., res. Blanchard.
-Lissett James (L. & Linneker), res. Princess st, James Bay.
Lissett & Linneker, house and sign painters, Yates st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard.
Livermore   Harry  A., foreman  Colonist (color printing department), res. Douglas st
Livock W. T., factor Hudson Bay Co., res. Menzies st, James Bay.
Lloyd W. C, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Commercial hotel.
Loewen & Erb, props. Victoria brewery, S. E. cor. Government
and Discovery sts.
Loewen Joseph (L. & Erb), res. Pandora ave., near Blanchard.
Loewenberg S., office Government st, res. Rae st, near Quadra.
Logan Miss (Gregg & Son), Douglas st.
Logan Wm., carpenter, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st.
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Lohse Wm., prop. Bank Exchange saloon, cor. Yates and Langley.
Lomax John, carriage driver, res. View st.
London & Provincial Marine Insurance Co., R. Ward & Co. agts.
Longhurst Jarvis, prop. Belmont saloon, No. 4 Government st, cor.
Humbolt.
Longworth B. F., res. cor. Fort and Broad.
Lootens Right Rev. Bishop Louis, Bishop of Roman Catholic
Church, res. Vancouver st.
Lorimer Wm., foreman pattern makers' department (Albion Iron
'3!.*» Works), res. Toronto st.
Lovett Joseph, res. Blanchard st, bet. Kane and Rae.
Lovell J. B., merchant, res. cor. View and Cook.
Lowe Skene (Hall & L), photographers, Government st.
Loyd Edward, laborer, res. Humbolt st.
Lubbe T., fur trader, Wharf st, bet. Yates and Bastion.
Lukenan Wm., driver (Vic. Transfer Co.), cor. Johnson and Govt.
Luker W. G., millwright, res. Spring Ridge.
Luxford Mrs. Frederick, prop. Queen's ave. nursery, Queen's ave.
Lyall George, carriage driver, res. Princess ave.
Lynch T. P., manager of Victoria cigar box factory, Government
st, res. Douglas st.
Lyons James, boiler maker, res. Chatham st.
Mable W. J., blacksmith (Gerow & Robertson), res. Pandora ave.
Macabe T. B., job printer (Daily Colonist), res. Revere house,
Pandora ave.
Maclure Frederick, cashier (White house), res. North Park st.
Maclure J. C, accountant, res. North Chatham st.
Maclean P. W., carpenter, res. St Charles hotel, Douglas st.
Macdonald C. N., clerk (C. P. R.), res. Cormorant st
Macdonald Hon. Senator Wm. J., J. P., res. Armadale, Montreal
st, near Dallas road.
MacDonald F., clerk (A. B. Gray & Co.), res. Kane st.
MacDonald R. F., teacher senior class St. Louis College, Pandora,
opp. Vancouver.
Macintosh S. F., foreman Rock Bay tannery, res. Bay st.
MacKay Donald, salesman (H. B. Co.), res. Quebec st.
MacSwain & Dearden, physicians and surgeons, office Fort st.,
above Douglas.
MacSwain A., M. D. (MacSwain & Dearden), physicians and surgeons, office Fort st., above Douglas.
Maddens Chas. C, butler, Government house, res. Pioneer st.
Madden Jerry, machinist (Albion Iron Works), res. Princess ave.
Madden John, manager (John Dalby's stables), Pandora, opp.
Broad st.
Maddux Thos., clerk (Grand Pacific hotel), cor. Johnson and Store.
Madigan B., engineer, res. Work st.
Madigan George, machinist (Albion Iron Works), res. Work st.
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Magirl Chas. J., machinist, res. 408 Government st.
Magirl Robert, gentleman, res. Oriental hotel, Yates st.
Mahood A. L, carpenter, res. Blanchard st.
Main A. R., broker, res. Occidental hotel.
Maison De Sante Francaise, Collinson st, bet. McClure and
Vancouver.
Malachi Rev. W., res. Victoria.
Mallandaine Edward, architect, office cor. Broad and Trounce, res.
Simcoe st.
Mallandaine R, employ R. T. Williams, res. Simcoe st, James Bay,
Mann H. T. (M. & Heron), cor. Fort and Broad.
Mann & Heron, saddlers and harness makers, cor. Fort and Broad.
Mann James (Muirhead & Mann), res. cor. Henry and Bridge sts.,
Rock Bay.
Mann Mrs. Magareta, wid., res. Rae st
Mann Wm., bricklayer, res. Rae st.
Manning M., clerk (Railroad hotel), 49 Johnson st.
Mansell  H., prop. British  Columbia boot  and  shoe store, Government st, res. Pandora ave.
Manson & Hendry, props. Columbia steam match factory, Work
St., Rock Bay.
Manson J. D., farmer, res. Cook st, near St. Louis st.
Manson Wm. (M. & Hendry), res. Work st.
Maritime (Marine) Ins. Co., Welch, Rithet & Co. agents.
Marine and Fisheries Department, head office Wharf st.
Marks Louis, employ Marvin 8c Tilton, res. Yates st
Marks Wm., butcher, res. Government st.
Marrion Frank, carpenter, res. Hillside ave.
Marsh Frank, I. X. L. iron works, North Government st.
Marshall F. C, reporter, res. View st.
Marshall Wm., prop. Gorge hotel, 3 miles from city.
Martin George, clerk (Wm. Craft), N. W. cor. Broad and Yates.
Martin H. J., clerk (Richard Carr), res. Fort st.
Martin Robt, blacksmith (Wm. Grimm), res. James Bay.
Martin Simon, carpenter, res. Government st.
Marvin E. B., J. P., ship chandler, Wharf st, res. Fort, above Cook.
Marvin  Edgar (Marvin & Tilton), res. cor. South Park and
McClure sts.
Marvin Edgar, Jr., clerk, res. cor. South Park and McClure.
Marvin & Tilton, dealers in hardware, S. E. cor. Bastion and
Wharf
Marwick David, night watchman, res. cor. Govt, and Chatham.
Marwick Miss E., dressmaker, res. View st.
Marwick James, farmer, res. View st., bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Marwick Mrs. Mary, nurse, res. View st., bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Marwick Wm., carriage driver (Dalby's stables), Pandora, opp.
Broad.
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Maslen Wm. John, farmer, res. Spring Villa.
Mason Jesse, brickmaker (Coughlan & Mason), cor. Saanich and
Burnside roads.
Mason George (Coughlan & Mason), props, brickyard, cor. Saanich
and Burnside roads.
Mason H. S. (Allsop & Mason), res. Bird Cage Walk, James Bay.
Mason W. H., real estate agent, office cor. Broad and Trounce, res.
Blanchard st.
Masonic Hall, N. W. cor. Douglas and Fisguard.
Mastin Edward, carpenter, Fort st, res. North Park.
Mathews John, C. P. R., res. Niagara st.
Mathews J. W., boot and shoe maker, Yates st.
Mathews Thos., plumber (J. Braden), Government st.
Mathews Thos., clerk (White house), res. View st, bet. Vancouver
and Cook.
Matthews Dr. J.  B., M. R. C. S. and L. S. A., office S. E. cor.
Langley and Fort
Matthews J. D., expressman, res. Quadra st.
Matthews, Richards & Tye, hardware, machinery, &c, S. W. cor.
Yates st and Oriental alley.
Maurmann Paul, prop, cooper shop, Wharf st.
May A., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.), res. Herald st.
Mayerau J. B., consul republic of France, res. Pandora ave.
Maynard A. H., foreman (R. Maynard's), res. Fisguard st.
Maynard  George  H., prop. City boot and shoe store, 204 Fort st.,
res. Fisguard.
Maynard James, shoemaker (G. H. Maynard's), 204 Fort st.
Maynard Joseph, expressman, res. Chatham st
Maynard R., leather and shoe findings, N. E. cor. Douglas and
Johnson.
Maynard Mrs. R., photographic artist, gallery N. E. cor. Douglas
and Johnson.
McAlister John (Harrison & McA.), Johnson St., near Government.
McAllister A., pilot, res. cor. Store and Discovery.
McAlpine Dr. D. L., office cor. Yates and Broad.
Me Arthur A. A., No. 113 Government st.
McCalman John, laborer, res. Discovery st.
McCandless A. G., clerk (A. Gilmore), 28 Johnson st.
McCandlish James, prop. The Hall saloon, Fort st„ bet. Blanchard
and Quadra.
McCloud Alex., longshoreman, Yates st.
McCluskey Charles B,, with Wm. McNiffe, res. View st.
McCondeh George, ship carpenter, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st.
McConnell J. W>, assistant (H. B. Co.), res. Michigan st.
,McCorlick C. H., gardner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st
McCoy Arthur, plumber (J. Stewart), Yates st., near Government.
McCoy Edward, plumber (J. Stewart), Yates st, near Government.
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McCulloch Capt. Wm. (str. Amelia), res. Michigan st, James Bay.
McDonald Alex., prop. Boomerang hotel, 104 Government st., cor.
rCourtenay.
McDonald D. G. (Holland & McD), res. John st.
McDonald Jack, horse trainer, res. Johnson st.
McDonald Joseph, carpenter, res. Bellot st
McDonald Peter, cigars and tobaccos, Yates st., near Government.
McDonell, Major R. J., paymaster militia, res. Cormorant st.
McDowell John, Sr., architect and builder, Quadra, near Chatham.
McDowell John, Jr., boiler maker, res. Quadra st.
McDowell Michael, printer, res. Victoria.
McDowell M. C, painter, res. Quadra st, near Chatham.
McDowell T. A., boiler maker, res. Quadra st.
McDowell Wm. J., prop.  Daily Evening Post, N. W. cor. Yates
and Broad, res. Quadra st.
McDowell W., drayman, res. Superior st.
McGill J., engineer, res. Park st
McGillis  John, bar  tender,  Oriental hotel, cor. Yates st. and
Oriental alley.
McGinty Michael, stable boss, St. Nicholas stables, Broad st.
McGirr Wm. (McGirr &  Spence), shipping and employment
agents-, office Government st.
McGregor Alex., blacksmith, res. Chatham St., above Douglas.
McHugh Wm., farmer, Fisguard st
Mclnnes Alex., ship carpenter, res. Victoria.
Mcintosh Capt. James, pilot, res. Fort st.
Mclntyre John, ship carpenter, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st
Mclntyre John, shoemaker, 40 Johnson st.
Mclver R., engineer (stmr. Yosemite), res. James Bay.
McKay Chas., painter (McKenzie & Meston), res. Russell St.,
Victoria west.
McKay Donald J., laborer, Rock Bay.
McKay Donald G., laborer, res. Work st.
McKay J. W., J. P., gentleman, res. Victoria.
McKay Hugh, carpenter, res. Work st.
McKay Mrs. John, wid., res. Rock Bay.
McKay Wm., plasterer, res. Cormorant st.
McKay E. B., assistant engineer (Esquimalt & Nanaimo railway).
McKenelley T. F. C, gold and silver plater, Fort st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard.
McKenzie Hugh, expressman, res. Victoria.
McKenzie James R., carriage maker, res. Russell st, Victoria west.
McKenzie M. E. A., printer (Standard), res. Cormorant st.
McKenzie John, draughtsman (Dominion land office), res. head of
Fort st.
McKenzie & Meston, carriage and wagon manufacturers, Gover-
ment St., bet Johnson and Pandora.
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McKenzie Nicholas, plasterer, res. 408 Government st.
McKeon A., cutter (Belmont boot and shoe factory), res. Occidental
hotel.
McKeon Wm., prop. Oriental hotel, N. E. cor. Yates st and
Oriental alley.
McKeon Willie J., clerk (Oriental hotel), N. E. cor. Yates st. and
Oriental alley.
McKillican & Anderson, carpenters and builders, cor. Courtenay
and Langley.
McKillican W. D. (McK. & An derson), res. Fort st.
McKinley John, gentleman, res. Store st, opp. Chatham.
McLachlan Daniel, manager feed and produce store, Yates st,
near Waddington alley.
McLachlan R., painter, res. Herald st.
McLagan John C, editor and manager Daily and Weekly Times
(Robertson & McL.), Government st.
McLaren & Armstrong, groceries, S. E. cor. Fort and Blanchard.
McLaren D., ship carpenter, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st.
McLaren   A.   M.,  iron  moulder  (Albion  Iron Works), res.  Discovery st.
McLaren John (McL. & Armstrong), res. Fort st.
McLaughlin Joseph H. (Dominion Government savings bank),
res. Spring Ridge.
McLaughlin Thos., carriage maker (Wm. Grimm), res. Spring Villa.
McLean Capt. Alex., res. Chatham st.
McLean Alex., J. P. (A. McL. & Co.), res. head of Fort st.
McLean Alex. & Co., Scotch house, Fort st.
McLean Capt. Dan (schooner Mary Ellen), res. American hotel,
Yates st.
McLean Donald, employ Welch, Rithet & Co., res. Fort st., above
Quadra.
McLean James, plasterer, res. Brunswick hotel.
McLean John, blacksmith, res. cor. Blanchard and Chatham.
McLean W. A., clerk (A. McLean & Co.), 106 Fort st.
McLeod Angus, ship carpenter, res..Simcoe st.
McLellan A. J., contractor, res. new Gorge road, Victoria district.
McLellan Malcolm, carpenter, res. Herald st.
McManas Thos. (Albion Iron Works), res. 49 Johnson st.
McMicking Robert B., J. P., manager Victoria and Esquimalt
telephone Co., res. Quadra st.
McMillan Duncan, carpenter, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st.
McMillan J. E., J. P., high sheriff, res. Cormorant st.
McMillan Richard H., job printer and compositor, 111 Fort st,
res. Cormorant.
McNair A., carpenter, res. 408 Government st.
McNanie Richard, tailor (Thos. Price), res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
McNaughton D. G., commercial traveller (S. J. Pitts), res. Victoria.
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McNeal A., painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st.
McNeil D. M. M., iron moulder, res. Langley st.
McNeilly Patrick, teamster, res. 408 Government st.
McNiffe Wm., prop. Grotto saloon, Trounce St., near Government,
res. View st.
McNutt A. H., stone cutter, res. Occidental hotel.
McPhee Alex., ship carpenter, res. Chatham st.
McPhee Donald, ship carpenter, res. Chatham st.
McPhee Miss Lina, milliner, res. Chatham st.
McQuade E. A. (McQ. & Sons), res. cor. Douglas and Humbolt.
McQuade L. G. (McQ. & Sons), res. Humbolt st, near Douglas.
McQuade Peter (McQ. & Sons), cor. Douglas and Humbolt.
McQuade & Sons, ship chandlers, Wharf st
McTage John, blacksmith (J. Millars), Government st.
McTeagh Mrs. Sarah, wid., res. Chatham st.
Mebius Chas., cooper, Rae st.
Mechanics'   Literary  Institute, Fort St., bet   Douglas and
Blanchard.
Medana & Co., painters and paper hangers, Broughton St., near
Government.
Medana Mrs. wid., res. Simcoe st.
Medana Paul, printer (Evening Post), res. cor. Menzies and Simcoe.
Medana Romolo, painter (Medana & Co.), Broughton st
Medwedrich John, watchman (strnr. Yosemite), res. Pembroke st.
Meiss Alex., butcher, res. Pandora ave.
Meiss Henry, dealer in clothing. Yates st.
Meiss Jacob, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Pandora ave.
Meiss M., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Pandora ave.
Mekiska John, farmer, Hall's Prairie, res. Victoria.
Meldram John H., prop. Avenue Retreat, cor. Saanich road and
Topaze ave.
Melvin E., printer (M. MiHer.)
Mellor Fred, tailor (R. Roberts), 104 Fort st
Menzie Miss, employ Gregg & Son, Douglas sf.
Merriman Peter, farmer, res. Yates st., above Vancouver.
Meston John (McKenzie & M.), res. North Park st.
Metcalfe E., prop. Victoria meat market, cor. Johnson st. and
Waddington alley. „
Methodist Church, S. W. cor. Broad and Pandora.
Metlakatlah Cannery, agents Turner, Beeton & Co.
Meyer Capt. Wm., res. Dallas road, James Bay.
Michaut David, carpenter, res. Pembroke st
Michell John, employ E. G. Prior, res. Discovery st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard.
Middleton Capt. Joseph, res. Victoria.
Milcon Wm., cook, res. McClure st.
Miles John, turnkey, city prison, Bastion st, barracks.
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Miles Mrs. E., wid., res. Fort st.
Miles Thos., butcher, res. Douglas st.
Millar Andrew, blacksmith, Government st
Millar James, blacksmith, cor. Government and Pandora, res.
Church Hill.
Miller Miss A., clothing repairer, employ S. Whitley, Fort st.
Miller Mrs. Annie, wid., res. Cook st., north of Pandora.
Miller J. A. S., jeweler (C. E. Redfern), Government st.
Miller K. C, fancy dry goods, 203 Fort st.
Miller Joseph, ship carpenter, res Fort st.;
Miller J. W., carpenter, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st.
Miller Munroe, book and job printing office, Johnson st, bet.
Government and Broad, up stairs.
Miller Wm., candy maker, res, Vancouver hotel, Yates st.
Milligan J. S., clerk, Bank of British Columbia, Government st.
Millington  E. W., expressman, stand cor.  Government and Yates.
Millington W., expressman, stand cor. Government and Yates.
Millington Wm., butcher (Goodacre & Dooley), res View st.
Mills S. P., barrister-at-law, office Langley st, res. Cormorant.
Milne A. R., appraiser, customs department, res. Princess ave.
Milne Dr. G. L., surgeon and physician, 114 Government st.
Milne John, boiler maker, res.  Chatham st, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Milten Wm., clerk, res. Fort st.
Minckler Chas., hackman (Union truck and dray stables), Fort st
Minnie E., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.), res. Humbolt st.
Mitchell G., clerk (A. Gilmore), 28 Johnson st, res. Victoria dist
Mitchell Henry, nursery architect and landscape gardening, N. W.
cor. Menzies and Niagara.
Mitchell Robert, book-keeper (T. N. Hibben & Co.), Govt st.
Mitton S. G, brewer (Leahy's brewery), Johnson st.
Mixer W. H., manager Victoria truck and dray Co., general office
cor. Wharf and Johnson sts., central coal yard.
Moffatt Hamilton, chief clerk Indian dept, res. cor. Michigan and
Oswego sts.
Mohun Edward, C. E., Indian department.
Molina J., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Pandora ave.
Monch Chas., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Grand Pacific hotel.
Monk Mrs. E., wid., res. North Park st.
Monks Wm., chop house, Government St., bet. Herald and Fisguard.
Moneypenney Thos., teamster, res. Fort st.
Monro Mrs. I., res. Fisguard st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Monro Robert R., clerk (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res. Pembroke st.
Monro Ross R., assistant book-keeper (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res.
Pembroke st.
Montaro Frank, clerk (Bossi & Giesselmann), res. cor. Cook and Fort.
Monteith Wm., manager Janion's commission house, Store st.
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Montobio George, general merchant, 118 Store st, cor. Fisguard.,
Moody Joshua, capitalist, res. Pandora ave.
Moody Mrs. S. P., wid., res. Johnson st.
Moody T. G., family grocer, cor. Amelia and Farquhar, res. cor.
Amelia st and Pandora ave.
Moodyville Sawmill Co., agents Welch, Rithet & Co.
Moohr Chas., laborer, res. Discovery st.
Moore Ben (stmr. Teaser), res. Victoria.
Moore & Co., wholesale and retail druggists, Yates st.
Moore Chas. M., druggist, Yates and Langley.
Moore Geo. J., clerk, Empire bakery, cor. Fort and Blanchard.
Moore John F, druggist, res. St. Charles hotel, Douglas st.
Moore J. J., prop. Empire bakery and groceries, S. W. cor. Fort
and Blanchard.
Moore John J., contractor and builder, Pandora st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard, res. Chatham st.
Moore John W., steamboat man, res. Victoria.
Moore Capt. W. (stmr. Teaser), res. cor Kane and Quadra.
Moore Wm. D., pilot, res. Kane st.
Morgan Edward B., foreman Cowichan lumber yard, res. Church
Hill.
Morley Christopher, soda and syrup manufacturer, Waddington
alley.
Morley John, veterinary surgeon and farrier, Johnson st, bet.
Government and Broad.
Morison F. J., landing waiter, custom house, Wharf st.
Morison George, J. P., druggist, 302 Government st, cor. Fort.
Morris Henry, Queen's boot and shoe store, cor. Yates and Govt.
Morris Capt. John (schooner Bonanza), res. David st.
Morrisay James, miner, res. Johnson st.
Morrison Capt. D., pilot, res. Douglas st.
Morrison Ewen, carpenter, res. St. Charles hotel, Douglas st.
Morrison Dr., office London house, Government st.
Morrison L., compositor (Daily Colonist), Government st.
Morron D. W., clerk, Victoria post office, res. Burnside road.
Mortimer Thos., shoemaker (G. H. Maynard's), 204 Govt. st.
Mortimer John, marble and granite works, cor. Government and
Courtenay.
Morton Charles, bookseller and stationer, Government, near Fort.
Moss Henry, book-keeper (Fell & Co.), res. Yates st, above Cook.
Moss James, gardener, James Bay.
Moss Morris (Huson & Moss), res. Princess ave.
Mosure Wilson, baker, Victoria bakery.
Mouat Alex., Victoria agent B. C. Express Co., res. James Bay.
Mouat Anthony, clerk (Thos. Earle), Wharf st.
Mouat Mrs. M. A, wid., Belleville st.
Muir Andrew C, B. A., barrister, solicitor, &c, res. Victoria.
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Muir J. Nicholson, B. A., barrister, and principal high school.
Muir Wm., machinist (Novelty iron works), Store st.
Muirhead Allan, clerk (J. Nicholson), cor. Douglas and Johnson.
Muirhead James (M. & Mann), res. Esquimalt road.
Muirhead   &  Mann, props.  Victoria  steam  planing  mills, Constance st.
Muldoon Wm., assistant jailor, city prison, Bastion st. barracks.
Mundorf John, blacksmith, res. Telegraph hotel.
Mulligan John, boiler maker (Albion iron works), res. Store st.
Munger James, iron moulder, res. off new Gorge road.
Munro A., chief factor and accountant (H. B. Co.), res. Michigan st.
Munro A. D., clerk (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res. James Bay.
Munro Geo., purser (stmr. Boskowitz).
Munro Alex. K., teller, Bank of B. N. A., res. James Bay.
Munro W. J., clerk (H. B. Co.), res. Michigan st.
Munsie Wm. (Carne & M.), res. Pioneer st.
Mutual Life Insurance Co., H. F. Heisterman & Co. agents.
Murphy & Brown, props. Adelphi saloon, 343 Government st, cor.
Yates.
Murphy Hugh, bar tender, St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Government st.
Murphy Joseph, printer (Daily Standard), res. cor. Government and
Discovery.
Murphy Mrs. Mary, res. cor. Government and Discovery.
Murphy Pat, cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. cor. Government and
Discovery.
Murphy P. (M. & Brown), res. Pandora ave., bet. Douglas and
Blanchard sts.
Murphy Tim, iron moulder, res. Albion hotel, Herald st.
Murray Andrew, carpenter (P. Wilson), res. Occidental hotel.
Murray Alex., carpenter, res. Johnson st.
Murray James, bar tender, Mousquetaires saloon, cor. Government
and Johnson.
Murray John, accountant (Thos. Earle), Wharf st.
Murray James, pressman (Daily Colonist), res. cor. Pandora ave.
and Cook st.
Murray John, engineer, res. North Park st.
Murray J. H., printer, res. Victoria.
Myers M. M., farmer, res. Fort st., bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Naas River Fishery, Findlay, Durham 8c Brodie agents.
Nagel J., tanner, res. John st.
Nangle C., foreman B. C. boot and shoe factory.
Naylor Wm. B. G., clerk (W. G. Cameron), Johnson st.
Neaves Chas., employ Findlay, Durham & Brodie, res. Michigan st.
Nelson Andrew, laborer, res. off Fort, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Nelson & Co., props. London market, cor. Yates and Douglas.
Nelson Uriah, London market, Yates st.
Nesbitt & Co., props. Victoria cracker factory, Fort st.
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Nesbitt S. (N. & Co.), cracker factory, res. Fort st
Nesbitt Mrs., widow, res. head of Fort st.
Neufelder E. C. (N. & Ross), res. Fort near Cook.
Neufelder & Ross, wholesale and retail grocers and produce
dealers, Govt, bet. Yates and Johnson.
Neuman George, tailor (Gregg & Son), res. View, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Nevel Van J., Rev. Father, teacher St. Louis college, cor. Pandora
and Church sts.
Neven David, blacksmith (Wm. Grimm), res. Blanchard st.
Newbury C. W, clerk Victoria post-office, res. Beechy st.
Newbigging J., drayman, res. Quadra, bet Fort and Kane.
Newbury J. C, clerk customs dept, Wharf st.
Newbury Wm., saddler, harness, trunk and valise mfg., 211 Govt.
St., res. Beechy st.
New Zealand (marine) Insurance Co., agents Welch, Rithet & Co.
Nichols W. R., carpenter (Smith & Rayner), res. Grand Pacific
hotel.
Nichols W. B., painter, res. Johnson st
Nicholles John (Burns & Co.), hardware and farming implements,
cor. Yates and Broad.
Nicholson J. H. (Clarke & N.), res. Yates near Cook.
Nicholson & Muirhead, flour and feed store, Johnson near Douglas.
Nicholson Thos., groceries and liquors, S. W. cor. Douglas and
Johnson sts.
Nicolson A. N. (retired), Store st.
Noble Harry, steam wood cutting, res. Princess ave.
Norris, Frederick, saddle, harness and trunk maker, Govt., bet.
Yates and Johnson, res. Douglas st
Norris W. G., hardware and cutlery, Johnson st.
North Edward, clerk I. X. L. store, 421 Govt st, cor. Johnson.
North George A., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.j, res. Johnson and
Quadra.
North George, prop. Portland hair-dressing saloon, "Colonist"
building, Govt st.
Northcott Wm. W., contractor and builder, res. Yates st.
North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., agents Turner,
Beeton & Co.
Northern Fire Insurance Co., Findlay, Durham & Brodie agents.
Norton Mark, gentleman, res. Pritchard house, 402 Govt St., cor.
Yates.
Novelty Iron Works, Store st. near Herald, Thomas Gowen prop.
Null W. E., painter, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st.
Nuttall Reginald, real estate, office Yates, near Broad, res. Pandora
ave.
Nuttall T. C.j insurance agent, Langley st, res. Quebec st.
Oakes Peter, Victoria cracker factory, Fort st.
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BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE VIEW.
RT. WILLIAMS Oates John, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st
O'Brien Henry, clerk (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Occidental Hotel, cor. Wharf and Johnson, Luke Pither prop.
Odd Fellows Hall, Douglas, bet. Johnson and Yates.
Offerhaus R., principal boys high school.
Office Liquor License Commissioners, Fort above Blanchard.
Office of License Inspector, Fort above Blanchard.
Office Wellington Colliery, Govt st. bet. Fort and Broughton,
Robert Dunsmuir & Sons   props.
Ofner Albert, wholesale and retail grocer, cor. Govt and Fort,
Pandora ave.
Ogilvie John, laborer, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Ogilvy David, night watchman, res. David st.
O'Keefe Dennis, steward St. Nicholas hotel, 408 Govt st.
Oldfield John W., carpenter, res. head of Johnson st.
Olson B., survey, res. Discovery st.
Oppenheimer Bros., wholesale dealers in groceries and provisions
Wharf st
Oppenheimer D. (O. Bros.), res. Pandora ave.
Oppenheimer Mrs. G., widow, res. Frederick st.
Oppenheimer I. (O. Bros.), res. Cormorant st.
Oregon Railway and Navigation Company, office Wharf
Irving agent
O'Reilly Hon. P., J. P., Indian reserve commissioner, res.
Ellice, Rock Bay.
Oriental Hotel, cor. Yates st. and Oriental alley, Wm.
prop.
Orr J., pattern maker, res. Grand Pacific hotel.
Orth Nicholas, steward Union club, res. Blanchard st
Osterhout & Prout, props. Brunswick hotel, cor. Yates and
Douglas sts.
Osterhout W. E., Brunswick hotel, cor. Yates and Douglas.
Owen Wm., mate str. Douglas,
Pioneer st.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co., agents Welch, Rithet & Co.
Pacific Telegraph Hotel, Store st, Mrs. A. Astrico proprietress.
Page F. (Shears & P.), London house, res. Fort st
Page Mrs. Sophia, wid., res. Topaze ave.
Paine Fred, barber and hair dresser, Johnson st.
Paine Wm., clerk (E. B. Marvin), res. Belleville st.
Palmer Digby, teacher of piano, Fort st.
Palmer A. B., clerk (O. Bros.)
Pamphlet Capt. Thos., res. David st.
Papst John T., dealer in groceries, cigars, tobaccos, &c, S. E. cor.
Quadra and Fort.
Pardoe C, guns, ammunition, &c, Yates st, res. Fort
Parker Albert, butcher, 217 Government st, res. Craigflower road.
Parker John, Parker's market, 217 Govt, st, res. Craigflower road.
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Parker John, Jr., butcher, 217 Govt, st., res. Craigflower road.
Parker Wm., butcher, 217 Govt, st., res. Craigflower road.
Parsons James, agent Daily Colonist, res. Topaze ave. .
Partridge Frank, compositor, res. cor. Quadra and Frederick.
Partridge John, res. cor. Quadra and Frederick.
Partridge Miss Minnie, milliner (S. & P.), res. Frederick st
Partridge P., iron moulder (Vancouver foundry), Herald st.
Partridge Thos. Jno., assistant clerk, and collector of water rates,
res. cor. Quadra and Frederick.
Pascoe John, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Pascoe W. N., stonemason, res. 49 Johnson st.
Patterson Robt, res. Constance st.
Patton Wm., carpenter, res. Simcoe st.
Pearce John, farmer, res. Chatham st.
Pearse B. W., gentleman, res. Cadboro Bay road.
Pearson Miss M. J. (B. C. shirt factory), res. View st.
Pearson T. B., prop. B. C. shirt factory, Langley st
Peatt Fred, currier, res. Bay st.
Peirce John, carriage maker (J. K. Winch), Johnson st.
Pelletier John (Steitz Bros.), Yates st.
Pemberton Hon. A. F., retired county court judge, res. Ross Bay
road.
Pemberton C. Cecil, law student (D., J. & H.), res. Ross Bay road.
Pendray & Co., props. British Columbia soap works, Humbolt st.
Pendray Wm. J. (P. & Co.), B. C. soap works, res. cor. Courtenay
and Gordon.
Penketh Miss Annie, employ Evening Post, res. Green st.
Penketh Richard, driver hansom, res. Green st.
Penotierre De La W. H. L., real estate agent, res. James Bay.
Penotiere De La & Wake, real estate agents and surveyors,
office Bastion st.
Penwell Chas. T, carpenter and builder, res. Frederick st.
Perkins W. H. S., fruits, cigars. &c, 216 Fort st, near Douglas.
Perrin George A., clerk (Thos. Carrington), res. Humbolt st.
Perry C. E., assistant engineer (E. 8c N. railway).
Perry Thos., Union saloon, 42 Johnson st
Peters & Davis, props. Lion brewery, cor. Queen's ave. and Cedar
Hill road.
Peters Henry (P. & Davis), Lion brewery, Queen's ave.
Peterson & Crowell, props. Elite photo, gallery, 112 Govt. st.
Peterson John, engineer, Rock Bay tannery, res. Esquimalt road.
Peterson Capt. John, res. Blanchard st.
Peterson Louis (P. & Crowell), photographer, 112 Govt. st.
Peterson Peter, laborer, res. North Park st.
Pettingell B. C. (P. & Co.), res. Kane st.
Pettingell & Co., props. The Senate, Govt, st, opp. N. P. R. R.
office.
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Petit Mr., locksmith, Johnson st -
Pferdner Prof. Emil, teacher of music, res. Oriental hotel, cor.
Yates st. and Oriental alley.
Pinder W. G, assistant engineer (E. & N. railway).
Phelps Edward, pressman (Evening Post), res. View st.
Phelps Edward, contractor, res. View st.
Phenix  Fire Insurance  Co., Heisterman & Co. agents, Langley st.
Philharmonic Hall, Fort st., bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Phillips Alex., prop.  Pioneer soda water and syrup factory, Yates
st., near Wharf, res. Kane st.
Phillips Chas. J., prop. London hotel, S. E. cor. Broad and Johnson.
Phillips Edward, assistant plumber (J. Stewart), Yates st.
Phillips C. R., compositor (Daily Times).
Phillips G. B. M., retired, res. London hotel, Johnson st.
Phillips J. E., stone cutter, View st, above Blanchard, res. North,'
Park st.
Phillips Jno. R., prop. Royal hotel, N. E. cor. Fort and Douglas.
Phillips P. A. (A. Phillips), soda water factory, res. Kane st.
Phillips Wm. J., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. London hotel.
Phipps G. J., gentleman, res. Fort st
Phipps S., insurance agent, Wharf st.
Phipps S., clerk of records, lands and works dept, res. Quebec st.
Pitchford James L., foreman (Daily Times).
Phcenix Brewery, N. W. cor. Yates and Blanchard, C. Gowen prop.
Phcenix Fire Insurance Co., T. C. Nuttall agent
Pierre John Thos., clerk, res. Pioneer st.
Pierre Thos. W., tailor and dyer, Yates st, res. Pioneer.
Pither Luke, prop. Occidental hotel, cor. Wharf and Johnson.
Pittock Robert, salesman, res. junction of Yates and Fort.
Pitts S. J., wholesale dealer in groceries and provisions, Yates st.,
near Wharf, res. Fort st.
Planter A., employ Langley & Co., Yates st.
Pleace Mrs., wid., res. North Park st.
Pledger Robt., baker, Broad st. bakery, Broad, near Fort.
Plummer Robt., accountant and general agent, res. Superior st.
Plummer Robt. J., clerk (McQuade & Sons), res. Superior st.
Poat J., compositor, res. Brunswick hotel, Yates st.
Pointer Nathan, dealer in second-hand clothing, Johnson st, bet
Government and Broad.
Pohnson A., cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. American hotel.   .
Podesti V., printer (M. Miller), Johnson st.
Pollock Miss   M. (B. C. shirt factory), res. Fort st.
Pollard Wm., barrister-at-law, office Langley st, res. Rosedale,
Burnside road.
Pooley C. E., M. P. P., barrister-at-law, secretary E. & N. railway
(Davie & Pooley), office Langley st., res. Fern Hill, Esquimalt
road.
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Pope S. D., B. A., superintendent of education, res. Douglas st, jj
opp. Princess ave.
Porter Frank, livery stables, cor. Broad and Broughton.
Porter Gus, butcher (Island market), cor. Johnson and Douglas.
Porter John, teamster, res. Chatham st.
Porter, Robt. Jr., butcher (Island market), cor. Douglas and Johnson.
Porter Robt. Sr., prop. Island market, N. W. cor. Douglas and
Johnson.
Porter Thos., butcher (Island market), cor. DougJas and Johnson.
Post Daily Evening, office cor. Yates and Broad (up-stairs), Wm.
J. McDowell prop.
Post Office, Government st, bet. Yates and Bastion.
Pottinger David, clerk, res. Cook st.
Pottinger George, school teacher, res. Cook st.
Pottinger James, laborer, res. Hillside.
Pottinger Thos., carpenter, res. Cook st.
Pottinger Wm., on survey, res. Cook st.
Pottinger Wm., gardner, res. Hillside.
Potraro Thos., laborer, res.  Store st.
Powell George, contractor and builder, res. Menzies st.
Powell George, furniture and hardware, Yates st
Powell Lieut.-Col. J. W., M. D, J. P., supt Indian affairs for
province of B. C, office cor. Douglas and Courtenay sts.
Powell Wm., blacksmith and wagon maker, cor. Johnson and
Broad.
Powers T. J., employment agency office, Langley st.
Traeger E. A., physician and surgeon, Pandora ave.
Presbyterian Church, N. E. cor. Pandora and Blanchard sts.
Prescott George, carpenter, res. cor. Montreal and Simcoe sts.
Prescott James, pensioner English army, res. Chatham st.
Preston J. B., gentleman, Belcher st.
Prevost James C, registrar supreme court, res. Montreal st.
Price Thos., merchant tailor, 206 Government st, res. Humbolt st.
Price Mrs. Thos., widow, res. Humbolt st.
Prior Edward Gawlor, dealer in agricultural implements and
hardware, Government st, bet. Yates and Johnson.
Pritchard House, 402 Govmt st, cor. Yates, Briggs & Gray props.
Pritham Harry, cabinet maker (J. Sehl), Government st
Pritham J., cabinet maker (J. Sehl), Government st.
Protestant Orphans' Home, Rae st, bet Douglas and Blanchard.
Public School, head of View st.
Pulvermiller Otto, cigar maker (M. Bently's), Johnson st.
Purvis Wiley, cook, res. Herald st, near Blanchard.
Queen's Boot and Shoe Store, cor. Government and Yates.
Queen's Chop House, Yates st, opp. Langley, J. E. Brink prop.
Queen's Market, S. E. cor. Government and Johnson, Goodacre &
Dooley props.
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Rabson Sidney, ice man, Pritchard House, 402 Government st'
Race Course, south-eastern part of city, 1 mile from post office.
Ragazzoni Casimir, clerk (Boucherat & Camsusa), res. Yates St.,
bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Railroad Hotel, 49 Johnson st, John Begg prop.
Ralph Wm., carpenter (J. P. Burgess), Fort and Broad.
Ralph W., C. E., land surveyor, res. Government st.
Rand C. D. (R. & Lipsett), office 339 Government st, res. Govt. st.
Rand & Lipsett, raal estate brokers and financial agents, office 339
Government st.
Randle T., shoemaker, 40 Johnson st.
Rankin A. D., plasterer, res. Cosmopolitan Hotel, Fort st.
Randolph Frederick, tinsmith, res. cor. Meares and Quadra.
Randolph Joseph, compositor (Daily Times), res. cor. Meares and
Quadra.
Randolph Mrs., wid., res. cor. Meares and Quadra.
Rappertie Arthur, photographer, res. Bay st.
Rauch Albert, steward, Vancouver house, Yates st.
Raymond George, hack driver (Victoria transfer Co.), cor. Johnson
and Government.
Raymur George, survey (Island railway), res. James Bay.
Raymur J. L., accountant, office Wharf st, res. James Bay.
Rayner T. G. (Smith & R.), contractor, Fort St., near Blanchard.
Raywood George, brewer and maltster (Leahy's), Johnson st.
Redfern C. E., watchmaker and jeweler, Government st., bet. Fort
and Broughton, res. cor. Oswego and Bellevi-lle.
Redgrave Stephen L., police officer, res. Mason st.
Redgrave Mrs. S., fashionable dressmaker, res. Mason st.
Redgrave Strud L., confectioner, B. C. candy factory.
Redon & Hartnagel, props. Driard house, View St., bet. Broad and
Douglas.
Redon Louis (R. & Hartnagel), Driard house, View st.
Reformed Episcopal Church, S. W. cor. Humbolt and McClure.
Reid Ernest, clerk (W. J. Jeffree), Yates st, opp. Langley.
Reid John W, custom shoemaker, Johnson St., res. Chatham st.
Reid R. M., machinist, res. Victoria.
Reid Samuel, clerk (Wm. Denny's), res. St. Charles st.
Reiffenstein J. H., C. E., Dominion land survey.
Reid Mrs. S., school teacher, res. St. Charles st.
Reith Ernest, carpenter, res. Yates st, above Cook.
Reliance (Marine) Insurance Co., agents Welch, Rithet & Co.
Rembrand Frederick, laborer (Vancouver foundry), Herald st.
Rendell Henry B., painter, res. Johnson st, bet. Quadra and
Blanchard.
Renouf C. E. (Burns & Co.), farming implements, cor. Yates and
Broad, res. Craigflower road.
Redpath C. F, carpenter, res. rear of Driard house.
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Revely Capt. F., agent marine and fisheries, office custom house,
res. Discovery st
Reynolds Fred, farmer, res. Yates st
Rhodes Harry, clerk (Bank of B. C), res. Blanchard ave.
Rhode Joseph, farmer, Victoria district.
Rhodes Mrs., wid., res. Maplehurst, Blanchard ave.
Richard Fortune, fruit grower, res Topaze ave.
Richard T. M., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Commercial hotel,
Douglas st.
Richards A. N., Q. C, barrister-at-law.
Richards John, salesman (H. B. Co.), res. Quebec st.
Richards Mrs., wid., res. Quebec st.
Richards Frank G., Sr., prop. Uncle Frank's saloon, Langley alley.
Richards Frank G., Jr., draughtsman (lands and works dept), res.
Pandora ave.
Richards John, machinist (Novelty iron works), res. 408 Govt, st
Richardson George, farmer, res. North Park st.
Rickard Wm., miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Riddell D. H., employ Dominion saw mill Co., res. Blanchard st.
Ridley Robt. P., employ Capt. W. R. Clarke, Yates st.
Riedel Wm., cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. cor. Johnson and
Quadra.
Rilly J., fireman, res. Victoria.
Riordan James, res. Fort st.
Rithet Robert Paterson, J. P. (Welch, Rithet & Co.), res. Humbolt
st, near Vancouver.
Rivers Chas., machinist (Albion iron works), res. Swan lake.
Roarke M., Victoria gas works, res. head of Johnson st.
Roarke Thos., rubber stamp manufacturer, employ R. T. Williams,
res. Johnson st
Robbins M. R., groceries and provisions, 204 Government st.
Robeland John, laborer (Vancouver foundry), Herald st
Roberts I., tailor, res. Church Hill.
Roberts R., merchant tailor, 104 Fort st, res. Church Hill.
Robertson Alex. S., carpenter, res. Blanchard st.
Robertson Gideon, B.  C. estate exchange, res. cor. Cook and Fort.
Robertson John, machinist, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Robertson John, blacksmith and boiler maker, Store st, res. Herald.
Robertson, McLagan & Co., British Columbia estate exchange,
Government st., near post office.
Robertson W. A. (Gerow & R.), res. Chatham st, Spring Villa.
Robertson W. H., carpenter, res. Chatham st.
Robinson Charles N., butcher, res. Pandora ave.
Robinson R., gentleman, res. James Bay.
Robinson J. J., ship carpenter and boat builder, Laurel Point.
Robinson J. (Francis' stables), Trounce st
Robinson Miss M., employ A. Gilmore, res. North Park st
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Robinson James D., city clerk, res. View st
Robinson Wm. C, custom house broker and shipping agent, office
Police alley, near Langley st, res. Rae st
Robotham J. H., M. D., surgeon-general, retired, res. Pandora ave.
Robson Hon. John, M. P. P., provincial secretary, minister of mines
and of finance, res. Kane st.
Rock Bay, northern part of city, half mile from post office.
Rock Bay Tannery, Rock Bay, W. Heathorn prop.
Rockitt Wm., carpenter, res. Johnson st
Rodgers Ernest, painter, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Roebuck Henry S., secretary to Dominion government agent, res.
Foul Bay.
Roger John, pattern maker, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st
Rogers Alfred, res. Frederick st.
Rogers Godfrey, clerk, res. Frederick st
Rogers J. W., tinsmith (S. L. Kelly), res. Angel hotel, Langley st'
Rogers Mrs. Mary, private boarding house, Yates, near Blanchard.
•Rogers Wm., machinist (Albion iron works), res. Government st.
Roper Chas., carpenter, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Roper Douglas, carpenter, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Roper F. S., tradesman, res. off Frederick st.
Roper Henry H., carpenter, cor. Douglas and Cormorant
Roper Herbert, carpenter, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Roper Richard, carpenter, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Roskamp John, carpenter, res. cor. Kingston and Oswego.
Roskely Wm., nightwatchman, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Ross Dixie H. (Neufelder & Ross), res. Frederick st
Ross John, clerk (R. Carr), res. Rae st.
Ross Jas., contractor, res. Victoria.
Rouse Peter, hansom cab, res. Quadra st, near Kane.
Rowbotham A. J. (R. & Co.), res. Cormorant st.
Rowbotham A. J. & Co., groceries and provisions, N. E. cor.
Douglas and Pandora.
Rowe Andrew, carpenter, res. Boomerang hotel, 104 Govt. st.
Rowe Joseph, blacksmith, res. Pioneer st.
Rowe George, blacksmith, res. Douglas st., bet Cormorant and
Fisguard.
Rowland Peter, I. X. L. iron works, North Government st.
Royal Exchange  Saloon, S. E. cor.  Douglas and View, H. A.
Czarske prop.
Royal Hospital, head of Pandora ave.
Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., agents Findlay, Durham & Brodie.
Royal Hotel, N. E. cor. Fort and Douglas, John R. Phillips prop.
Royal Insurance Co., fire and life, R. Ward & Co. agents.
Roycraft H. B., supt provincial police, office Bastion st.
Rudge George, prop. Victoria marble works, Douglas st, bet. Cormorant and Fisguard.
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Rudge Harry, finisher (J. Sehl), Government st.
Rudge H. A., stone cutter, res. Fisguard st.
Rudge Mrs. J., wid., res. Broad st, near Pandora ave.
Rudlin Capt. G. (C. P. N. Co.), res. head of Pandora ave.
Rueff Joe, Teutonia saloon, Government st, res. Pandora ave.
Russell David, blacksmith (Albion iron works).
Russell George S., barber, Victoria hair dressing saloon, Johnson st.
Russell Hugh, laborer, res. Humbolt st.
Russell James, clerk (Harrison 8c McAlister), res. Princess ave.
Russell John J., owner and driver of hack, res. cor. Douglas and
Kane.
Russell Thomas, city assessor, res. Mason st, near Quadra.
Rutherford Archibald, ship carpenter, res. Superior St., near Oswego.
Ryan A., gardener, Humbolt st
Salmon E. J. & Co., furniture and Indian curios, Johnson st.
Salmon Henry L., cigars, tobaccos, candies & fruit, 417 Govt. st.
Salmon Maurice (Cohen & Salmon), job printers, Government st.
Salt John A., carpenter, res. Constance st.
San Francisco Hair Dressing Saloon and Baths, Government st,
opp. post office.
Sargison A. G., book-keeper (Daily Colonist), res. Pandora ave.
Sargison E. K., printer (publisher Mail), res. Fairfield road.
Sargison F. R., head clerk money order dept, Victoria post office,
res. Fairfield road.
Sargison G. A., book-keeper (O. Bros.), res. Fairfield road.
Sargison James J., book-keeper, Fairfield road.
Saul John, machinist, res. cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Saulay Charles, collector, res. Store st., near Telegraph hotel.
Saunders Henry, importer and dealer in groceries, liquors, &c,
Johnson st..
Saunders Harry, cook (Railroad hotel), 49 Johnson st
Saunders Miss (Gregg & Son), res. cor. Douglas and Chatham.
Savage R. W. (Dogerty & S.), California saloon, Johnson st.
Saville John, carpenter, Fort st.
Savory John, gardener, res. Belcher st.
Sayward J. A. (R. B. saw mill), res. cor. Government st. and new
Gorge road.
Sayward Wm. P., prop. R. B. saw mill, Collinson st.
Sayyea John, millwright, res. Cormorant st.
Sayyea Miss. M. J., milliner, Commerce house, Government st.
Schmidt George, farmer, res. Government st.
Shinabarger J. J., foreman Standard, res. Johnson st.
Schier Frank, upholsterer (J. Sehl), Government st.
Schnoter A., cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. Princess ave.
Schultz Richard, brewer (Lion brewery), Queen's ave.
Scott John H., steward (stor. Yosemite), res. Pioneer st
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Scott Wm., carpenter, res. Spring Ridge.
Scott Capt Wm., pilot, res. Princess ave.
Sea Samuel, ship builder, res. cor. Blanchard and Princess.
Seabrook B. R., clerk (Albion iron works), res. cor. Douglas st. and
Hillside ave.
Seabrook R., salesman, res. cor. Douglas st. and Hillside ave.
Sears Joseph (Lettice & Sears), res. cor. Fort and Vancouver.
Seeley James, boat builder, res. No. 2 Govt, st, cor. Humbolt
Seeley W. C. S., prop. Australian house, No. 2 Government St., cor.
Humbolt.
Sellick Henry, carpenter, res. John st.
Sehl Frank, prop Teutonia saloon, Government st, bet. Yates and
Johnson,' res. cor. Pandora and Quadra.
Sehl Jacob, furniture manufacturer and dealer, Government st, bet.
Bastion and Fort, res. Kane st.
Sehl Wm., clerk (Jacob Sehl), res. Kane st
Semple A., carriage maker, cor. Edward and Mary sts.
Semple Robt, machinist, res. cor. Edward and Mary sts., Vic. west.
Sewell James, clerk, res. Fort st.
Shade E., waiter (Steitz Bros.), Yates st, res. Kane.
Shade G. shoemaker (H. Mansell), res. Kane st.
Shakespeare Fred, compositor, res. cor. View and Broad.
Shakespeare  Harry P. (Albion iron works), res. cor. View and
Broad.
Shakespeare Noah, M. P., res. cor View and Broad.
Shakespeare Mrs. N., fancy dry goods store, N. E. cor. View and
Broad.
Shakespeare Thos., cook, res. Chatham st.   !
Shannon E. L., land agent, res. Oriental hotel.
Shannon & Co., land agents and brokers, S. W. cor. Bastion, near
Government, up stairs.
Sharp C. H., engineer, res. Quadra, near Cook.
Sharp N., gentleman, res. Royal hotel, Fort st
Sharron James, laborer, res. Quadra st.
Shaw Andrew, city pound keeper, res. Mason st.
Shaw A., tinsmith (H. C. Wilson), res. Johnson st.
Shaw J. B., tinsmith (H. C. Wilson), res. Johnson st.
Shaw Miss (Gregg & Son), Douglas st.
Shaw Thomas, foreman boiler dept. (Albion iron works), res.
Chatham st.
Sheark Jacob, turner, res. Henry st.
Shears & Page, prop. London house, Government st.
Shears Walter (S. & Page), res. Menzies st.
Sheilds Edward, butcher, res. Quadra st.
Sheilds James, Sr., nightwatchman (stmr. Enterprise), res. Putnam
st, bet Cook and Chambers.
Shepard A. G, machinist (Albion iron works), res. Queen's ave.
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Sheppard E. C, machinist, res. Spring Villa.
Sheppard Henry W., police officer, res. Herald st
Sheppard J., butcher, res. Johnson st.
Sherman Mrs. Annie, wid., res. Johnson, bet Douglas and Blanchard.
Sheriff's Office, barracks, Bastion square.
Shering Samuel, carpenter and contractor, new Gorge road.
Shildrick Rev. A., Christ Church Cathedral.
Shore A, E., furniture manufacturer, Johnson st., bet Government
and Broad.
Shore Joseph, employ Wells, Fargo & Co., res. off new Gorge road.
Shore S., gentleman, res. cor. Douglas and Hillside ave.
Shorry H.  & Co., wholesale clothing (Montreal), M. B. Atkinson
manager  B.  C, office and sample rooms over Wm. Denny's,
Government st.
Short Henry, gun maker, Fort St., near Government.
Shotbolt  Thos., J.   P., wholesale and retail chemist and druggist,
50 Johnson st, near Government.
Siffken W. C. (De Wiederhold & Co.), coal and wood merchant,
Wharf st, near Government.
Silver John, general merchandise, 11 Store st
Simms G. A., butcher (Van Volkenburgh & Co.), res. Royal hotel.
Simms Walter, butcher, res. head of Pandora ave.
Simms Wm., shoemaker (H. Mansell), Government st.
Simpson Chas., driver (Vic. transfer Co.), cor. Johnson and Govt.
Simpson Donald, merchant tailor, Fort st, near Broad.
Simpson E., blacksmith, res. Johnson st.
Simpson G. F. D., clerk (W. Heathorn), res. James Bay.
Simpson Harry, packer (H. B. Co.), Wharf st.
Simpson Henry, employ Jno. Parker, res. head of Johnson st
Simpson M., tobacco stripper (Kurtz & Co.), res. View st.
Simpson T. G., new and second-hand furniture, Douglas st.
Sinclair Geo. A., telegraph operator, Dominion telegraph office.
Sinclare G., assistant steward (stmr. Yosemite).
Sinton W. L. assistant (R. C. Janion), Store st
Skating Rink, Fort st., bet Douglas and Blanchard.
Slaightlam Wm., carpenter, res. Chatham st
Sliter Wm , varnisher, res. Pembroke st.
Smilow & Adams, general scavengers, Vancouver st.
Smilow Henry (S. & Adams), res. Vancouver St., bet Collinson
and McClure.
Smith Andrew, Central bakery, Yates st.
Smith A. J. (S. & Clark), res. Superior st.
Smith Chas., teamster (Vic. transfer Co.), cor. Johnson and Govt.
Smith & Clark, props. Fort st. steam planing mills, cor. Fort and i
Langley.
Smith C. McK., Victoria Daily Standard, publication office, Government st, bet. Yates and Bastion.
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Smith Geo. Edward, farmer, Victoria district.
Smith Henry, ex-pilot, res. Yates st.
Smith H., Victoria bakery, 208 Fort st.
Smith James, carpenter and joiner, res. Green st
Smith James Sansbury, engineer, res. Humbolt st.
Smith James (Murphy & Brown), cor. Govt, and Yates.
Smith James McB., provincial auditor, office treasury dept, res.
Bird Cage Walk, James Bay.
Smith John, house cleaner, res. Collinson st.
Smith Mrs. J. E., wid., res. Fort st.
Smith John Chas., butcher, res. Collinson st.
Smith John L., cigar maker, res. cor. Douglas and Herald.
Smith Joseph, employ Corporation, res. North Park st.
Smith M. R., prop. Victoria bakery, 208 Fort st, res. Douglas.
Smith Phillip, bookbinder (R. T. Williams), res. cor. Douglas and
Herald.
Smith & Rayner, contractors and builders, Fort, near Blanchard.
Smith & Rendell, house and sign painters, cor. Douglas and View.
Smith Robert, bar tender (P. Steele), Bastion st, near Wharf.
Smith S. G. (S &. Rendell), res. Spring Ridge.
Smith Wm. John, bricklayer, res. Pembroke st.
Smith Wm., scavenger, res. Discovery st.
Smith Wm., laborer, Collinson st
Smithe Hon. William, M. P. P., premier, and chief commissioner
of lands and works, res. Quebec st.
Smithurs James, carpenter, res. North Government st.
Smithurs Joseph, iron moulder, res. North Government st.
Smithurs Joshua, iron moulder, res. North Government st.
Smithurs Mrs. Martha, wid., res. North Government st
Smyth Wm., foreman Heathorn's boot and shoe manufactory, res.
Douglas st.
Solomon L. & Co., merchant tailors, 37 Johnson st.
Sommer Joseph, pictures, mirrors and frames, 209 Government St.,
res. Fort
Snider Wm. Henry, supt. of roads, res. Cook, near Pandora.
Souden Wm., carpenter, res. Cormorant st.
South  British and National Fire and Marine Ins. Co., Nicholles &
Renouf agents, Yates st.
Sparrow I. M., license inspector, office Fort st, above Blanchard.
Spates Kossuth, carpenter, res. Commercial hotel, Douglas st
Speed James W., plasterer, res. Saanich road.
Speed T., res. Saanich road.
Spence Wm., tailor (A. Gilmore), res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Spence Wm., Jr., tinsmith, res. Blanchard st
Spence Capt. W. R., shipping and employment agent, Govt. st.
Spencer David, prop. Commerce house, Government st, res. cor.
Bird Cage Walk and Belleville st.
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Spencer & Hastings, artistic photographers, Fort st.
Spencer S. A., photograph gallery, Fort st, res. View.
Sproat Gilbert M., gentleman, res. Victoria.
Spohr Fritz, blacksmith and musician, res. John st.
Spofford Henry, carpenter, res. Cormorant st
Spotts Charles, carpenter, res. Pioneer st.
Spratt Joseph, prop, fishing cannery, res. Discovery St., bet
Douglas and Blanchard.
Spratt's Ark, agents R. Ward & Co.
Spring Charles, salesman (H. B. Co.), res. Kingston st.
Standard Daily and Weekly, newspaper, office Government st,
C. McK. Smith publisher.
Standard Life Insurance Co , R. Ward & Co. agents.
St. Ann's Convent, Humbolt st, bet. McClure st. and Park road.
Standish C. H., res. Yates St., near Quadra.
Standish Wm. J., bar tender, res. Blanchard st
Staples M. G., feed store, cor. Government and Broughton.
Stark T. M., tinsmith, res. Colonial hotel, Johnson st.
St. Charles Hotel, S. E. cor. Yates and Douglas, Wm. Tierney prop.
Steele Peter, prop, saloon, cor. Bastion and Commercial.
Steele Wm. A., engineer, res. Blanchard ave.
Steers Chas., carpenter (J. P. Burgess), cor. Fort and Broad.
Steiner Joseph, cigar maker (Kurtz- 8c Co.), res. Fort and Blanchard.
Steitz Bros., bakery and restaurant, Yates st.
Steitz F. (Steitz Bros.), res. Yates st, above Douglas.
Steitz George (Steitz Bros.), res. Yates st, above Douglas.
Stelly G., contractor, res. cor. Johnson and Blanchard, and Yates st.
Stemler & Earle, props. Pioneer steam coffee and spice mills,
Wharf st.
Stemler L. (Stemler & Earle), Wharf st, res. Rock Bay.
Stenhouse A. Maitland, res. Union Club, Victoria.
Stenhouse G. M., clerk (Wood, Caton & Co.), res. Yates st.
Stennard John S., salesman (Wm. Wilson & Co.), res. James Bay.
Stephen David (C. P. N. Co.), res. Michigan st.
Stephen   Miss   B., employ R. T. Williams, organist First Presbyterian Church, res. Michigan st.
Stephen Rev. R., pastor St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, res. cor.
Cook and Franklin.
Stephens Harry, tinner, res. McClure st.
Stephens Wm. J., ship carpenter, res. John st.
Sterling Wm., gentleman, res. Oriental hotel, Yates st.
Stevens Benjamin, machinist, res. Johnson st.
Stevens George, property owner, res. Yates st, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Stevens George, helper (Albion iron works), res. Store st.
Stevens John, prop. Ominica saloon, Government st, near Johnson.
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Stevens John, cook, res. Pembroke st.
Stevens Col. R- J., consul United States of America, office cor.
Govt, and Johnson, up stairs, res. Maplehurst.
Stevenson Dr. E., M. D., M. C. P. S., homoeopathic physician and
surgeon, res. View st.
Stevenson Wm., bar tender (Pritchard house), 402 Government st.
Steward James, employ M. Humber, res. Topaze ave.
Stewart John, plumbing and gas fitting, Yates st., bet Government
and Broad.
Stewart D., employ Bank of B. N. A., Yates st.
Stewart D., ship carpenter, res. Pacific Telegraph hotel.
Stewart James, clerk (A. McLean), res. Fort st.
Stewart Matt, carpenter (P. Wilson), res. Colonial hotel.
Stinthurst Joseph, iron moulder (Vancouver foundry), Herald st.
St. Joseph Hospital (Catholic), Collinson st, bet. McClure and
Rupert.
St. John's (Iron) Episcopal Church, N. E. cor. Douglas and
Fisguard.
St. Louis College, N. E. cor. Church st. and Pandora ave.
St. Nicholas Hotel, 408 Government st, B. F. Dillon prop.
Stoot Joseph, bar tender (Caledonia saloon), cor.  Store and
Cormorant
Storey Thos. E., undertaker, 201 Government St., cor. Broughton,
res. Fisguard st.
Strachan Alex., shipwright, res. Erie st, James Bay.
Strahle Paul, upholsterer, 213 Fort st, bet. Broad and Douglas.
Street John, blacksmith, res. Occidental hotel, Wharf st.
Street Wm. H., fruits, cigars and tobaccos, Johnson st.
Streeton Thos. R., clerk (Royal hotel), N. 'E. cor. Fort and Douglas.
Streicher Chas., cigar maker (Kurtz  & Co.), res. Johnson st.
Stronach A. V., real estate owner, res. Herald st.
Strouss Carl & Co , importers and dealers in mdse., Wharf, st.
Strouss M., clerk (C. Strouss & Co.), res. Douglas house.
Struven Ernest, cooper, Wharf St., near Occidental hotel.
Stuart Chas., teamster (Union truck and dray Co.), Fort st.
Stuart Wm., police officer, res. Victoria,
Stusse Henry (Steitz Bros.), Yates st.
Styles S. T., bricklayer and contractor, res. Amelia st.
Styles T., expressman, res. Victoria.
Sullivan Dennis, carpenter and joiner, Johnson st.
Sullivan H., warehouseman (H. B. Co.), res. Quebec st.
Sullivan Jim, painter, res. James Bay.
Sullivan John, farmer, res. Collinson st.
Sully Miss (Hall & Lowe), Government st.
Summerfield P., Dominion land surveyor, res. Victoria.
Sun Life and Accident Insurance Co., ag'ts Turner, Beeton & Co.
Sutherland D., stone cutter, res. Colonial hotel.
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Swan Phillip, carpenter, res. Spring Ridge.
Swan Miss, matron P. 6." home, Rae st., near Church Hill.
Swanwick Mrs. R. H., res. Princess ave.
Swearingen Henry, painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st.
Swedish and Norwegian Consulate, Robt. Ward consul, office
Wharf st.
Sweet S., bricklayer, res. Cormorant st.
Sweet Mrs. S., dressmaker, Cormorant st
Sylvester Frank, clerk, res. Pandora ave.
Synes Peter, gardener, res. Humbolt st.
Tait J. R., prop. Fashion stables, Fort st, res. View.
Tannehill C. S., machinist, res. Johnson st.
Tanner Stephen (C. P. N. Co.), res. Pioneer st.
Tasker W. A., machinist, res. Yates st.
Tatlow Capt. Robt., private secretary to his honor the Lieutenant-
Governor, res. Richardson st.
Taylor A. M., M. D., office Sehl's building, Langley st
Taylor Charles, tin and copper smith, No. io Johnson st.
Taylor F., cabinet maker, res. James Bay.
Taylor John G., gentleman, res. cor. Chatham and Quadra.
Taylor J. McGregor, brewer, res. Royal hotel, Fort st.
Teague John, architect, office Government st, near Fort, up stairs,
res. cor. Cook and Chatham.
Teague John, Jr., employ John Teague, res. cor. Chatham and Cook.
Telegraph Office, post office building, Government st
Telephone Office, Trounce st, near Government.
Temple John, fruits, groceries, &c, Yates, bet. Broad and Douglas.
Tempieman Wm., sub-editor Daily and Weekly Times newspaper.
Te Tu Elzeard, blacksmith, res. Pembroke st.
Thain Joseph H., teacher, res. cor. Blanchard and Fisguard.
Thain Mrs. Jno. M., wid., cor. Blanchard and Fisguard.
Thirkill George, painter (Lettice & Sears), Broad st.
Thirkill Wm., picture frames and cabinet maker, Fort st, bet.
Douglas an I Blanchard.
Thistleton Mrs. J., milliner, 115 Government st.
Thomas Joseph, bar tender, Bank Exchange saloon, cor. Yates and
Langley.
Thomas Capt. Owens, res. David st., Rock Bay.
Thompson T., practical gun maker, Yates st., near Wharf.
Thomson Mrs., nurse, Fort st, above Douglas.
Thomson George, prop. Market Exchange saloon, cor. Fort and
Wilcox, res. cor. Blanchard and Cormorant
Thomson C. W. R, secretary Victoria gas Co., office Langley st.,
res. Esquimalt
Thornhill Richard, gardener, res. Johnson st
Thornton Thos., fruits, candies, &c, 12 Johnson st.
Thygesen Christian (Chaffery & T.), Victoria dairy, Cedar Hill road.
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Tiedemann T. J. A., manager (Heisterman & Co.), res. James Bay.
Tierney John J., clerk (St Charles, hotel), cor. Yates and Douglas.
Tierney Wm., prop.  St Charles hotel, S. E. cor. Yates and
Douglas.
Tiger Fire Engine Co., hall Pandora st.
Tillotson F. L, printer (Standard), res. Pandora st.
Tilton Edward G. (Marvin & Tilton), res. cor. Cook and Scorsby.
Times Publishing Co., office 320 Government st, near Johnson.
Tinson Wm. (V. T. & D. Co.), res. Princess ave.
Tippens Wm. J., prop. Victoria candy factory, 212 Fort st.
Tite George H., sign writer, res. Pioneer st.
Tolmie R. F., chief land clerk, registry dept, res. Cloverdale,
Saanich road.
Todd Donald, fireman, res. Victoria.
Todd C. F. (J. H. Todd & Son), res. Johnson st, bet. Quadra and
Vancouver.
Todd John (I. X. L. iron works), North Government st.
Todd J. H., J. P. (J. H. Todd & Son), res. Johnson st, bet. Quadra
and Vancouver.
Todd J. H. & Son., wholesale dealers in general merchandise, S. E.
cor. Wharf and Yates.
Todd Mrs., wid., res. Frederick st.
Toller Mr., C. E., res. St. Charles hotel, cor. Douglas and Yates.
Tompkins G., blacksmith shop, Johnson st., near Douglas.
Towey M., drayman, res. Beacon Hill Park.
Townsand A. A., clerk, res. Fort St., above Vancouver,
Townsand Mrs., wid., res. Fort st.
Travis Mrs. J., wid., res. Johnson st.
Tree Island Canning Co., R. Ward & Co. agents.
Trickey Wm., assistant (Langley & Co.), res. Cook st
Trivivick Wm., candy maker, res. 408 Government st.
Trounce Thomas, architect, office Kane st, res. Menzies.
Troup H. Rose, gentleman, res. Dallas road.
Truran Edward, supt convict works, rea. Michigan st.
Trutch Hon. J. W.,   C. M. G, Dominion government agent and
commissioner Dominion lands,res. Fairfield house,Fairfield road.
Tuckfield F. L., commission agent, office Fort st, bet. Douglas
and Blanchard.
Turner Ben, bricklayer, res. Pioneer st
Turner, Beeton & Co., wholesale merchants, Wharf st, foot of
Yates.
Turner J., contractor and builder, Fort st., bet Douglas and
Blanchard.
Turner J. H. (Turner, Beeton & Co.). res. Point Ellice, Rock Bay.
Turner Wm., foundryman, res. Johnson st.
Turner Wm., shoemaker, res. Spring Ridge.
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Turpel Wm., ship carpenter, res. Beechy st.
Tway John, carpenter, res. cor. Douglas and Princess ave.
Tway John E., carpenter, res. Pembroke st.
Tye Thos. H. (Matthews, Richards & Tye), res. North Douglas st.
Tyson James, tailor, 28 Johnson st., res. Rae st.
Union Club Rooms, cor. Douglas and Courtenay.
Union Marine Insurance Co., R. Ward & Co. agents.
Union Truck and Dray Co., stables Fort st, bet Douglas and
Blanchard.
U. S. Consul, Col. R. J. Stevens, office cor. Government and
Johnson, up stairs.
Ure James, employ C. Morley, res. Alfred st.
Urquhart Capt. D. E. (stmr. Alexander), res. Menzies st.
Urquhart John G, ship carpenter, Niagara st, James Bay.
Urquhart J. K., clerk (J. Crawford), res. Rae st.
Urquhart S. O., shipwright, res. Niagara st, James Bay.
Vader Amos, bar tender, Senate saloon, Government st.
Van Horst Frank, accountant, res. cor. Blanchard and Pioneer.
Van Nevel Rev. J. A., St. Andrews Cathedral, View st.
Van Pelt Edward, steward Grand Pacific hotel, Johnson st.
Van Volkenburgh Benjamin (Van V. & Co.), res. cor. Fort and Moss.
Van Volkenburgh & Co., wholesale and retail butchers, S. E. cor.
Government and Yates.
Van Ziegel A., ba'' tender, res. Johnson st.
Veach W., blacksmith, res. cor. Edward and Russell, Vic. west.
Victoria Cigar Box Factory, Govt st, D. W. Higgins prop.
Victoria Bazaar, Government st, Henry Gribble prop.
Victoria Boot and Shoe Factory, Government st, Wm. Heathorn
prop.
Victoria Brewery, S. E. cor. Government and Discovery, Loewen &
Erb props.
Victoria Steam Laundry, Victoria west, John A. Fraser manager.
Victoria Transfer Co., A. Henderson manager, N. E. cor. Johnson
and Government.
Victoria Truck and Dray Co. (limited), stables Kane st., W. H.
Mixer manager.
Vienna Frances, clerk (Geo. Vienna), Government st.
Vienna George, prop. Victoria fish market, Government st.
Vigelius Anton (V. Bros.), res. cor. Johnson and Blanchard.
Vigelius Bros., props. St. Nicholas baths, 406 Government st,
Vigelius Louis (V. Bros.), res. Pandora, bet Vancouver and Cook.
Vine Henry, gentleman, res. North Park st.
Vipond Arthur, machinist, res. Fisguard st.
Vipond A., engineer (Colonist), res. Fisguard st.
Wadhams E. A., agents R. Ward & Co.
Wagner J. W., hack driver, res. Johnson st.
Wagner Robt., bar tender, Palace lunch house, Yates st, near Govt.
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Wait John, carpenter, res. Dallas road.
Wait Wm., carpenter, res. Dallas road.
Waitt M. W. (M. W. Waitt & Co.), res. cor. Quadra and Frederick.
Waitt M. W. & Co., booksellers and stationers, Government st, ,
bet. Trounce and Fort.
Wake George F. (De La Penotiere & Wake), Bastion st.
Waldren A. J., teamster, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Walker D. W, tinsmith (S. L. Kelly), res. Occidental hotel.
Walker Frederick G, B. A, assistant teacher, college school.
Walker George, ship builder, res. Yates st.
Walker Capt. G. G., res. Yates st.
Walker James, blacksmith, res. Superior st.
Walker John, gentleman, res. View st.
Walker John W., police officer.
Walker Robt, clerk, Commercial hotel, cor. Douglas and Cormorant.
Walker Walter, coal dealer, office Yates, near Broad, res. Herald st
Wall Edmpnd James, clerk, res. Spring Villa.
Wall Henry, carpenter, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st.
Wall John, merchant tailor, Chatham st, bet. Govt, and Douglas.
Wallace James, Jr., machinist, res. head of Johnson st.
Wallace James, Sr., engineer, res. head of Johnson st.
Wallace Robert, J. P., post master Victoria office, res. Park road.
Wallenstein H. H., res. Yates st.
Wallenstein L. F.-, upholsterer (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Waller Henry, prop. B. C. candy factory, Fort st.
Walls J. P., barrister-at-law, res. North Park st.
Walsh I., drayman, res. Pembroke st.
Walsh John J., police officer, res. John st.
Walsh M. W., res. Victoria.
Walther Henry, prop. Bavaria brewery, Fort st, bet. Blanchard
and Quadra.
Wannuck Salmon Cannery, agents Turner, Beeton & Co.
Ward Chas., boiler maker, res. Herald st.
Ward James, care-taker Beacon Hill Park, res. Beacon Hill.
Ward Robert (Robt. Ward & Co.), res. The Laurels, Belcher st,
near Moss.
Ward Robert & Co., merchants and insurance agents, Wharf st.
Ward William C, J. P., manager Bank of B. C, res. Highwood,
Moss st
Wark J. H., clerk (A. B. Gray & Co.), res. Michigan st.
Wark John M., res. Michigan st, James Bay.
Warner Orlando, ship carpenter, res. John st.
Warner Wm., carpenter (Smith & Clark), res. Royal
Warren Albert, mate (stmr. Sardonyx).
Warren Augustus, engineer, res. Work st.
Warren George D., clerk (Capt. James D. Warren),
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cor. Montreal and Simcoe.
Warren Wm., machinist (Novelty iron works), Store st.
Waterman F. J., compositor (Daily Colonist), res. Douglas st.
Waterson H. G., printer, res. Johnson st., bet. Vancouver and Cook.
Watkins John, retired from business, res. Meares st
Watson Alex., Jr., ship carpenter, res, cor. Montreal and Belleville.
Watson Alex., Sr., ship carpenter, res. cor. Montreal and Belleville.
Watson Mrs. A., wid., res. Johnson st.
Watson Miss L, artist, Johnson st.
Watson Miss M., employ M. Miller, res. Johnson st
Watson J., machinist (Novelty iron works), Store st
Watson T., machinist (Novelty iron works), Store st
Watson W., iron moulder (Vancouver foundry), Herald st
Watson W. W., carpenter, res. Henry st, Rock Bay.
Watt Miss Minnie (Victoria cigar box factory), res. Fisguard st.
Watt Wm. John, carpenter, res. Fisguard st.
Webb Harry, Sr., iron moulder, res. Royal hotel.
Webb Harry, Jr., res. Royal hotel.
Weider George, cigar maker, res. Douglas house.
Weights and Measures Inspector, office Langley st, Richard
Jones inspector.
Weiler Charles, clerk (John Weiler), 206 Fort st
Weiler George P., clerk (John Weiler), 206 Fort st
Weiler John, manufacturer and dealer in furniture, 206 Fort st.,
res. Kane st.
Weiler Joseph Wm., clerk (John Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Weiler Otto, clerk (John Weiler), 206 Fort st
Welbank Frank, clerk (Chas. Dillon), cor. Johnson and Broad.
Welbank John, clerk (A. Aaronson), Johnson St., near Broad.
Welch Fred (Albion iron works), res. 49 Johnson st.
Welch, Rithet & Co., Pacific Coast steamship agents, office Wharf
st, bet. Bastion and Fort.
Wells Fargo & Co., N. E. cor. Government and Trounce, A. A.
Green agent.
Wells D. F., butcher, London market, cor. Yates and Douglas.
Wells Fred J. (Francis' stables), Trounce st.
Welsh George, carpenter, res. cor. Cormorant and Blanchard.
Welsh J., laborer, res. McClure st.
Welsh James, iron moulder, res. Pembroke st.
Welsh John, prop. White Horse saloon, Humbolt st.
Wenger J., watchmaker and jeweller, Yates st., bet. Government
and Broad, res. Driard house.
Wesnedge Fred, grocery clerk, res. Discovery st.
West A. C, dentist, Government st
West Christopher, Exchange saloon, cor. Fort and Wharf.
West Vancouver Commercial Co., Wharf st, R. H. Alexander agent.
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Westlake Elias, stage driver, res. Yates st
Whalen J. M., blacksmith (J. Morley), Johnson st
Wheeler W. H., laborer, res. St. Louis st.
White Edward (Brown & White), res. Chatham st.
White F. M. (C. P. N. Co.), res. View st.
White George, carpenter, res. Pandora ave., cor. Cook.
White James, Fountain saloon, cor. Douglas and Yates, res. George.
White James E., second-hand clothing, Johnson st.
White M., tinsmith (D. C. Heal), Johnson st.
White Robert, retired farmer, res. Richardson st, above Cook.
White Wm., Fountain saloon, cor. Douglas and Yates, res. Alfred.
White Wm. C, expressman, re3. Pandora ave., cor. Cook.
Whitefield Chas., wood turner (J. Sehl), res. Royal hotel.
Whitefield Fred, wood turner (J. Sehl), res. Royal hotel.
Whitehead E. (Albion iron works), res. View st
Whitley Stephen, dealer in second-hand clothing, Fort st.
Whittaker Benjamin, tinsmith, res. Telegraph hotel, Store st.
Whittaker Samuel, taxidermist, Victoria hair dressing saloon, 59
Johnson st.
Whittaker Wm., prop. Victoria baths and hair dressing saloon, 59
Johnson st, near Government, res. head of Alfred st.
Whittaker Wm. H., student at law, res. head of Alfred st.
Whittet Charles, carpenter (P. Wilson), res. Beechy st
Whitworth Edwin, machinist, res. Yates st.
Whitworth Miss L, B. C. shirt factory, Langley st.
Wickens Robt, engineer, res. Queen's ave.
Wiener A. W., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.), res. Broad st.
Wilberg Wm. B., cigar maker (T. & L. factory), res. Yates st.
Wilby George, job printer (Munroe Miller's), res. Douglas st.
Wilby J., job printer (Munroe Miller's), res. Douglas st.
Wilby Wm., head clerk (M. W. Waitt & Co.), res. cor. Fort and
Douglas.
Wilcox Joe, clerk (Albion hotel), Herald st.
Williams A., teamster, res. Pembroke st.
Williams Alex,, miner, res. Cosmopolitan hotel, Fort st
Williams Benjamin, gents' furnishing and staple dry goods,
Johnson st, bet. Broad and Douglas.
Williams Wm., with B. Williams, Johnson st.
Williams D. B., engineer, res. Occidental hotel.
Williams Ed., I. X. L. steam boiler shop, North Government st.
Williams Miss E. A., principal girls' public school.
Williams Frank (C. P. N. Co.), res. Pritchard house, 402 Govt. st. .
Williams Frederick, ex-speaker legislative assembly, res. Blanchard
Williams George, compositor (Government printing office), res.
Michigan st.
Williams John, white washer, res. View st.
Williams J. C, carpenter, res. North Park st
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Williams John W., gentleman, res. cor. Blanchard and Chatham.
Williams J. W., bricklayer, res. Spring Ridge.
Williams Robert, M. A., res. cor. Belleville st. and Bird Cage Walk.
Williams Mrs. Robert, wid., res. Michigan st
Williams Robert T., publisher, book binder, and paper ruler, office
Government st. and Broad st., res. View.
Williams Thos., contractor "and builder, res. North Park st.
Williams William, stonemason and contractor, res. View st, above
Quadra.
Williams Wm., clerk (B. Williams), Johnson st.
Willis Martin, hack driver (Victoria transfer Co.), Government st
Wilmot E. A., C. E., res. Pandora st.
Wilson Alex. (A. & W. Wilson), res. Fort st., above Moss.
Wilson A. & W., plumbers and stove dealers, Fort st, near Broad.
Wilson Bros. & Co., props. Vancouver foundry, Herald st.
Wilson Guy, hostler (Vic. transfer Co.), Government and Johnson.
Wilson C, M- P. P., barrister (D. & W.), res. Church way.
Wilson Henry C, tinsmith, plumber, and stove dealer, Yates st, bet.
Government and Broad.
Wilson J., trader along east coast, stmr. Amelia.
Wilson J. E., clerk (W & J Wilson), Govt, st, opp. post office.
Wilson John, prop Albion hotel, Herald st.
Wilson John, boiler maker (Albion iron works).
Wilson John J., prop. Central bakery, Yates st.
Wilson Joseph (W. & J. Wilson), res. Point Ellice, Rock Bay.
Wilson Joseph F., retired from business, res. Pembroke st.
Wilson J. Keith, teller Bank of B. C, res. cor. Vancouver and
Beechy.
Wilson Lyman, R. B. saw mill, res. Constance st.
Wilson P., carpenter and contractor, cor. Fort and Quadra, res.
Spring Villa.
Wilson S., clerk (Brown & White), res. Michigan st.
Wilson T. F. (Vancouver foundry), res. Herald st.
Wilson Thos., plumber, res. Fort st. above Cook.
Wilson Thos., hack driver (Vic. transfer Co.), Govt, and Johnson.
Wilson Thos. S., cabinet maker, res. Frederick st.
Wilson Thos. S., music teacher, res. Frederick st
Wilson G. M., clerk, res. Douglas house.
Wilson William (A. & W. Wilson), res. Quebec st.
Wilson Wm. (W. & J. Wilson), res. Pemberton st.
Wilson William (Wm. Wilson & Co.), res. Bird Cage Walk.
Wilson Wm. & Co., general dry goods dealers, Government st.
Wilson W. & J., clothing, hats, and gents' furnishing goods, Govt
st, opp. post office.
Willson C. H., Vancouver foundry, res. Herald st.
Willson E., retired from business, res. Cook st.
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Wilton L. H., tent and sail maker, and dealer in junk, foot of
Johnson st.
Winch J. K., carriage maker, Johnson st.
Winnger J., res. Quadra st, cor. View.
Winter George, livery and hack stables, Fairfield road.
Winters R. K., barber (Portland hair dressing saloon), res. Yates st.
Withrow David, cabinet maker, 313 Fort st, res. Pandora ave.
Witson P., employ Evening Post, cor. Yates and Broad.
Witt Louis, tobacco stripper, res. Johnson st.
Wolcock James, B. C. soap works, res. Pioneer st.
Wolfenden Capt. Richard, supt Government printing office, res.
Simcoe st., near Beacon Hill.
Wolfenden F. C, clerk land registry dept, res. James Bay.
Wolz William, general agent (R. T. Williams), res. Douglas st.
Wonacott Albert Elliott, res. Chatham st.
Wonacott Mrs. Hanna, wid., res. Chatham st.
Wood, Caton & Co., manufacturers' agents, cor. Fort and Wharf.
Wood  Edward, dealer in real estate, res. cor. Fort and Vancouver.
Wood John, real estate owner, res. Johnson st.
Wood Thomas, in charge of the Marine hospital, Victoria west.
Wood T. E., machinist (Albion iron works), res. Victoria west.
Wood Wm., foreman stove dept (Albion iron works), res. Broad st.
Wood W. F. (W., Caton & Co.), commission merchant.
Woods Edward, carpenter, res. Chatham st.
Woodin Walter, Queen's chop house, Yates st, opp. Langley. j
Woodward Joseph, carpenter, res. cor. Kingston and Oswego.
Woolacott Phillip, locker (customs dept), res. Henry st.
Wootten S. T., solicitor (D. & W.), res. Rae st.
Wootten E. E., law student (D. M. Eberts), res. Rae st.
Wootten H. H., clerk (land registry dept), res. Rae st.
Work John, res. Hillside.
Work Mrs. J., res. Hillside.
Work Miss (Gregg & Son), res. Esquimalt road.
Workman A., guard Victoria prison, Bastion st. barracks.
Workman Wm., upholsterer (J. Weiler), 206 Fort st.
Worsfold J. K, accountant, Bastion st.
Worth Frank, driver (St. Nicholas hotel hack), 408 Government st.
Worth James, carpenter, Broughton st.
Wraight William S., bricklayer and contractor, res. Saanich road.
Wrede Bernhard, prop. Vancouver house, Yates st.
Wright Alex., ship carpenter, res. Princess ave.
Wright Edward, tinsmith (S. L. Kelly), res. Colonial hotel.
Wright F. W. H., gentleman, res. Angel hotel, Langley st.
Wright W., tinsmith (D. C. Heal), Johnson st
Wright W., carpenter, cor. Fort and Quadra.
Wriglesworth Joseph, family grocer, S.E. cor. Blanchard and Yates.
Wylde Capt Chas. S., custom house broker, res. Kane st.
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Wylie W. W., machinist (Albion iron works), res. Johnson st.
Wylly C. G., average adjuster, 212 Govt, st, res. Bird Cage Walk.
Wynne George, clerk, res. cor. Johnson and Vancouver.
"Wynne George Wm., salesman (E. G. Prior), res. Johnson st.
Yates J. Stuart, barrister-at-law, office cor. Government and Bastion.
York Joseph (York & Lenz), res. cor. Quadra and View.
York & Lenz, staple and fancy dry goods and men's furnishing
goods, Government st, bet. Bastion and Fort.
Young Bros., props. New England bakery and restaurant, Govt. st.
Young Henry (Hutcheson, Young & Co.), res. Michigan st
Young J. C. (I. X. L. iron works), North Government st.
Young J. Judson, deputy treasurer, office treasury dept, res.
Montreal st.
Young Louis (Young Bros.), res. Quebec st.
Young M. (Young Bros.), res. Quebec st.
Zoeller Carl, brewer, Victoria brewery, cor. Govt, and Discovery.
CHINESE   DIRECTORY.
Bing Kee, merchant tailor, 525 Government st
Bow Yune & Co., importer of merchandise, Cormorant st.
Bow Gee Tong, druggist, 509 Government st.
Chan Dan Tong, doctor, office 509 Government st
Chang Lee, barber shop, 217 Cormorant st.
Chu Chung & Co., general merchandise, 45 Cormorant st.
Dan Yuck Tong, druggist, No. 7 Cormorant st
Fang Chung Lung, groceries and dry goods, 211 Cormorant st
Fook Kee & Co., general merchandise, 207 Cormorant st.
Fook Yuen & Co., importers and dealers in Chinese merchandise,
103 Fisguard st.
Gam Long Chang, boots and shoes, 213 Cormorant st.
Gee Chung, merchant tailor, No. 1 Cormorant st.
Gee Mow, Chinese bakery, 39 Fisguard st.
Gin Lee, office 34 Cormorant st.
Gin Wau, tinsmith, 41 Fisguard st.
Gun Lun Tay, tea store and provisions, 215 Cormorant st
Hee Gee washing and ironing, cor. Yates st. and Waddington alley.
Hip Chong, general merchandise, 617 Government st.
Hing Lee, washing and ironing, 115 Fort st.
Hong Lee & Co., general merchandise, 203 Cormorant st.
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Hong Long, washing and ironing, Fort st
Hung Yun & Co., vegetables, &c, 241 Cormorant st, garden
Cadboro Bay road.
Kim Gune, Chinese groceries, 609 Government st.
King Tye & Co., clothing manufacturers, No. 5 Cormorant st.
Kwong Chung & Co., importers and dealers in Chinese merchandise, 20 Cormorant st
Kwong Fook, Chinese merchandise, 615 Government st.
Kwong Hing & Co., general store, 112 Fisguard st.
Kwong Lee & Co., wholesale merchants, 28 Cormorant st.
Kwong On Lung & Co., merchant tailors, No. 9 Store st.
Kwong On Tai, importers of general merchandise, 17 Cormorant st.
Kwong Tiong Sing & Co., general merchants, 31 Cormorant st.
Kwong Wing Tai, merchant tailor, 519 Government st.
Long Gee, washing and ironing, 9 Johnson st
Lun Chung & Co., general merchandise, 19 Cormorant st.
Mee Wah, washing and ironing, Yates st, above Douglas.
On Chung, tobaccos, &c, 521 Government st
On Hing, importer of general merchandise, 33 Fisguard st.
Pow Kee, merchant tailor, 505 Government st.
Pow Jung & Co., tailoring, no Store st.
Quan Kee, merchant tailor, n Cormorant st.
Quong Hang, washing and ironing, 7 Store st.
Quong Sing, washing and ironing, 112 Store st.
Sam, washing and ironing, Yates st, above Douglas.
Sam Chung, washing and ironing, Blanchard st
Sam Kee, merchant tailor, 43 Cormorant st.
Sam Lee, washing and ironing, 14 Government st.
Sam Lung, washing and
Sang Sing, washing and ironing, 3 Store st.
See Lung, washing and ironing, Douglas st, near Cormorant.
See Wah, tinsmith, 41 Fisguard st.
Shoon Kee, fancy goods, 239 Cormorant st.
Shu Sun, doctor, No. 7 Cormorant st.
Sing Hop, washing and ironing, Yates st, bet. Douglas and
Blanchard.
Sing Kee, vegetables, Cedar Hill road, Victoria.
Sing Kee, contractor and merchant, 29 Cormorant st.
Sing Lee, washing and ironing, Esquimalt.
Sing Lee Lung Co., general merchants, 613 Government st.
Sing Lee, washing and ironing, Johnson st, above Douglas
Sing Yune, groceries, 209 Cormorant st
Tai Chang Yuen, wholesale merchants, 16 Cormorant st.
Tai Hing, barber shop, 523 Government st.
Tai Hing Lung & Co., Chinese merchandise, 613 Government st.
Tai Soong & Co., importers of merchandise, 33 Cormorant st
Tai Wo Chong Kee & Co., Chinese merchandise, 29 Cormorant st.
ironing, Yates st, near Wharf.
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Tai Yune Lung Kee & Co., importers of merchandise, 516 Govt st
Tai Yet & Co., groceries and dry goods, 36 Cormorant st.
Tim Yeck, prop, shirt factory, 219 Cormorant st
Tuck Fong, Chinese merchandise and clothing, 101 Fisguard st
Toy Kee, merchant tailor, 51 Johnson st.
Wah Sing, wood dealer, Yates st, bet. Douglas and Blanchard.
Wah Yun & Co., general merchandise, 235 Cormorant st.
Wan Chung, prop, cook shop, 213 Cormorant st.
War Song, washing and ironing, 134 Fisguard st
Wing Chung Lung, merchant tailor, 15 Cormorant st, Look Den
manager.
Wing Chung & Co., groceries and provisions, cor. Store and
Cormorant.
Wing On, general store, Kwong Lee st.
Ye Lung, prop. City laundry, Government st.
Yee  Chong Tai  & Co., importers of sugar, rice, tea, &c, 37
Fisguard st.
Yean Chung, cigar maker, Douglas st.
Yee Wo Lung, tailoring and groceries, 32 Cormorant st.
Yee Lee, washing and ironing, 53 Johnson st.
Yee Sam, prop, cook shop, 12 Cormorant st.
Yee Sim, vegetables, Cedar Hill road, Victoria.
Yee Wo, washing and ironing, 117 Government st.
Yick Lee, prop, barber shop, No. 8 Cormorant st.
Yick Tai & Co., tailoring, Kwong Lee st.
Yun Lung & Co., groceries, 38 Cormorant st.
RUBBER STAMPS
of Every Description,
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R.   T,   WILLIAMS,
Broad Street,
Opposite View,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Victoria City Municipal Government.
1885.
Mayor, Robert Paterson Rithet, J. P.    City Clerk, James D. Robinson.
Councillors.—Yates Street Ward—Thos. Earle, John Braden, John Grant. Johnson Street Ward—Wm, A. Robertson, John Teague, Orlando Warner. James Bay
Ward—Robert Ward, W. D. McKillican, A. J. Smith.
Municipal Officers.—James D. Robinson, City Clerk, and Clerk of Police
Gourt; Thos. Russell, Assessor, Collector, Water Commissioner, and Treasurer; Thos.
J. Partridge, Assistant Clerk, and Collector of Water Rates; P. J. Leech, City Surveyor; Alex. Hendry, Engineer Water Works.
City Police Department.—Edwin Johnson, Police Magistrate; C. P. Bloom-
field, Supt. City Police; John Flewin, Sergeant of Police. Police Officers.—S. L.
Redgrave, W. R. Hough, John W. Walker, J. J. Walsh, Wm. Stuart, Edward
Hoosen, Henry Gaydon, H. W. Sheppard. Police Barracks.—J. W. Hutchison,
jailor; Wm. Muldoon, assistant jailor; John Miles, turnkey; Aaron Workman, jail
guard; Edward Truran, convict guard; C. H. F. Blake, convict guard.
Cash receipts for the year 1884, $99,324.26.    Expenditure, $98,633.56.
FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Officers.—Charles J. Phillips, chief engineer, salary $700 per annum; John
Morley, assistant engineer, salary $300 per annum; D. James, steward of department, salary $800 per annum.
Officers of Board of Delegates.—William Lohse, president; Thos. Geiger,
treasurer; L. G. McQuade, secretary, salary $300 per annum.
Board of Delegates. —Deluge Engine Co. No. 1.—Wm. Lohse, T. Geiger, W.
Wilson. Tiger Engine Co. No. 2.—Hy. Gribble, F. Sylvester, Wm. A. Calhoun.
Union H. & L. Co. No. l.—J. Flewin', J. Ford, J. Miles.
Elections biennially.
List of Ex Chief Engineers. -1, J. Thain; 2, J. McCrea; 3, J. S. Drummond;
4, Thos. J. Burnes; 5, John Dickson; 6, J. C. Keenan; 7, Samuel Kelly; 8, John
Kriemler; 9, Simeon Duck; 10, F. G. Richards, Sr.; 11, Wm. Lohse; 12, Jos.
Wriglesworth; 13, Frank Saunders; 14, C. J. Phillips; 15, August Borde.
Officers of Companies.—Deluge Company (organized 1860).—H. D. Saunders,
foreman; J. R. McKenzie, first assistant foreman; Ed. Hodges, second assistant
foreman; L. F. Baumann, secretary; Frank Sehl, treasurer. Tiger Company (organized 1860).—A. A. Aaronson, foreman; J. Doughty, first assistant foreman; Chas.
Davis, second assistant foreman; L. G. McQuade, secretary; H. L. Salmon;
treasurer. Union Hook and Ladder Company (organized 1859). -Thos. Deasy,
foreman; L. Marks, first assistant foreman; F. Humber, second assistant foreman;
R. J. Plummer, secretary; J. A. Anderson, treasurer; H. Gaydon, steward.
Elections yearly.    Total membersihp, 133.
Total value of houses and apparatus, including two steam fire engines, $35,000.
Fire Alarm Boxes.—Box 133, W. P. Sayward's office (under verandah); 134,
at intersection of John st. with Government; 135, corner Pioneer and Quadra sts.;
136, cor. Yates and Cook sts.; 137, at intersection of Moss st. with Fort; 138,
Humboldt st., front of R. P. Rithet's residence; 139, south end of Bird Cage Walk;
141, cor. Montreal and Kingston sts., James Bay.
GREAT WEEKbY S. F. C H F^OJSI IC L>E $2 PER YEAR. q8*&,
utm
rv^/" •    /'Market St., intersection of Powell and Eddy Sts:.
:^/&£&Z'.  s. IE".   Eight Lines of Street Cars pass its doors.
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INCORPORATED  COMPANIES.
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Officers.—W. C. Ward, manager; Chas. S. Jones, assistant manager; George
Gillespie, accountant; J. K. Wilson, teller; Robt. Croft, receiving teller.
Clerks.—H. Rhodes, Geo. Cruckshank, J. S. Milligan, R. G. Harvey, H.
Beaven; D. Davidson, messenger.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
Officers.—R. Burns,. manager;  G. H. Burns, accountant;  Alex. K. Munro,
teller.
Clerks.-t-H. M. Innes, D. Doig; D. Stewart, messenger.
VICTORIA AND ESQUIMALT TELEPHONE CO. (LIMITED).
Directors.—W.: T.  Livock, Joshua Davies, James D. Warren, Edward A.
McQuade, H. L. Jones.
1 Incorporated 3rd May, 1880. Capital stock, $10,000; number of shares, 100 of
$100 each; head office, Victoria; branch office, Esquimalt; president, W. T. Livock;
manager, Robert B. McMicking; secretary, Edgar Crow Baker; bankers, Garesche,
Green & Co.; solicitors, Davie & Pooley.
Victoria City Societies.
MECHANICS' LITERARY INSTITUTE, FORT ST.
Officers.—Robt. Williams, M. A., cantab, president; J. M. Cowper, Secretary:
J. P. Burgess, treasurer.
Committee.—John Ross, Wm. Smyth, A. Finney, A. Douglas, W. K. Bull,
J. L. Anderson.
J. Q. Hewlings, librarian.
Reading room open daily, 9 A. m. to 10 P. M. Library, 9 A. M. to 10 P. M.
(except Sunday, 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 P. M.)
Subscription, $10 per annum, or $1 per month. Ladies, $5 per annum, or 50
cents per month.
ROYAL HOSPITAL.
Officers.—M. W. T. Drake, president; W. C. Ward, treasurer; Joshua Davies,
secretary.
Directors.—Thos. Earle, P. McQuade, J. H. Todd, Joshua Davies, W. C.
Ward, M. W. T. Drake, W. J. Jeffree, A. McLean.
J. C. Davie, M. D., visiting surgeon.
JEWISH SYNAGOGUE.
Officers.—Lewis Lewis, president;   I.  Oppenheimer, vice-president;   Morris
Moss, hon. secretary; H. Bornstein, treasurer.
j   Trustees.—J. Isaacs, E. J. Salmon, M. Strouss.
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s^>x(/^ •    /7 Market St., intersection of Powell and Eddy Sts;.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA DIRECTORY.
INCORPORATED  COMPANIES.
BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Officers.—W. C. Ward, manager; Chas. S. Jones, assistant manager; George
Gillespie, accountant; J. K. Wilson, teller; Robt. Croft, receiving teller.
Clerks.—H. Rhodes, Geo. Cruckshank, J. S. Milligan, R. G. Harvey, H.
Beaven; D. Davidson, messenger.
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
Officers.—R. Burns,. manager;  G. H. Burns, accountant;  Alex. K. Munro,
teller.
Clerks.-t-H. M. Innes, D. Doig; D. Stewart, messenger.
VICTORIA AND ESQUIMALT TELEPHONE CO. (LIMITED).
Directors.—W.: T.  Livock, Joshua Davies, James D. Warren, Edward A.
McQuade, H. L. Jones.
\ Incorporated 3rd May, 1880. Capital stock, $10,000; number of shares, 100 of
$100 each; head office, Victoria; branch office, Esquimalt; president, W. T. Livock;
manager, Robert B. McMicking; secretary, Edgar Crow Baker; bankers, Garesche,
Green & Co.; solicitors, Davie & Pooley.
Vir.-rnmA ClTY SoCIETi&ft,
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ROYAL HOSPITAL.
Officers.—M. W. T. Drake, president; W. C. Ward, treasurer; Joshuav Davies,
secretary.
Directors.—Thos. Earle, P. McQuade, J. H. Todd, Joshua Davies, W. C.
Ward, M. W. T. Drake, W. J. Jeffree, A. McLean.
J. C. Davie, M. D., visiting surgeon.
JEWISH SYNAGOGUE.
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Officers.—Lewis Lewis, president;   I.   Oppenheimer, vice-president;   Morris
Moss, hon. secretary; H. Bornstein, treasurer.
j   Trustees.—J. Isaacs, E. J, Salmon, M. Strouss.
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Hats, ^Gloves,  Shirts, Ties,   Jf
UMBRELLAS, BLANKETS, OVERALLS,
UNDERWEAR, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c, &.C.
' 50-page Price List free to any address.
W.  G.   CAMERON.
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VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
A. J. LanGley.
[ESTABLISHED   1858.1
H. L. Jones, M.P.S
LANGLEY & CO.,
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS
Wholesale & Retail
DRUGGISTS
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«ar PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS   AND   FAMILY   RECIPES   ACCURATELY   DISPENSED*^
SOLE AGENTS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA FOB
.1. <'. AYER A COMPANY, Lowell. Mass.;   DAVIS it Ul OMPANY, Montreal;
II. H. «VKXER.fc CO., Rochester, New Torkand Toronto; CALIFORNIA FIG
SYRUP COMPANY;  CRIMAI I.T A COMPANY, Paris;   MIMJI RX ACO.,
Toronto; Dr. D. .IAVXES A: SON'S, Pa.; FAR NAN'S GOIiT SPECIFIC.
A.   GREGG   &   SO
ARTISTIC     TAILORS.
Every Garment Finished in the Best Manner.
Direct   Importers   of    SUITINGS   from   the
European   Markets.
COR.  DOUGLAS & PANDORA STS., - VICTORIA,  B. C.
BW SA.TISB'ACTIOaS"       G-TX-A-IR.A.IETariEIEID.'^a
ST.   NICHOLAS   HOTEL,
Government Street, Victoria, B. m
Offers better  inducements  to Tourists  and Travelers  than   any
Hotel  in the  Province.
FREE   COACH  TO AND   FROM   HOTEL.
CHARGES ARE VERY MODERATE.
B.   F.   DILLON,             I -             PROPRIETOR.
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VICTORIA AMATEUR ORCHESTRA.
Officers.—J. C. Davie, M. D., president; G. Jay, vice-president; W. C. Siffken,
secretary and treasurer; Coqte M. Chambers, conductor; Thos. S. Wilson, leader.
Organized April 8th, 1878. The society meet