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Williams' Vancouver & New Westminster cities directory, 1890, containing general provincial information Draper, Thomas 1890

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Array       FouodTv and Machine WorkslCo.
(LIMITED,
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Boiler Makers. Iron and Brass Founders.
Are prepared to undertake the construction and repairs of Marine and Stationary Engines and Boilers, Milling:, Mining- and Canning* Machinery, as well as Castings and Forges of every description.
ESTIMATES GIVEN.
WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
Telephone Call 54.   P. O. Box 268.
R. P. COOKE, President. A. McDOUGALL, Secretary.
f^OUflSEFEIiIi  & CO.,
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Insurance and General Agents,
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES  PUBLIC.
Money Loaned on Best Terms, Estates Managed, Rents Collected.
CORNER CORDOVA AND CAMBIB STREETS,
:p. o. box 98.
yMNCOUVER, e. C.
Agents for the Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association of New York.
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And General Agents, Conveyancers, Notaries Public, etc.
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City Property, Suburban Property and Farm Lands for Sale on Best Terms
AGENTS FOR THE LONDON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Correspondence Solicited.
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301 Cordova Street •&-
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B. O. Box 7
Telephone 238.
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Room 6, Dunn Block, Cordova St.  - "V"-A.]SrCOTJ"V"EI:l7 T=t   O.
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Real Estate, Live Stock, Mining Stock, ]
CORPORATION STOCK,  FARMING   LANDS,
Lodging Houses, Hotels, Saloons, Stores and Business Places of any Description Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
MONEY TO LOAN.
PARTNERSHIPS SOLICITED.
If you wish to buy, sell or exchange properties or businesses of any kind
I   callon CHARLES A. LUCAS. WILLIAMS'
VANCOUVER & NEW WESTMINSTER
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lontaMng General Provincial Information,
COMPILED  FOR
R, T. WILLIAMS,
-  Publisher,
BROAD & GOVERNMENT STREETS, VICTORIA,  B.C.
By  THOMAS   DRAPER,  VICTORIA,   B.C.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Trythaix, City Printing Works, 334-6 Cordova Street,
1890. 
PREFACE.
This the first issue of our series of Cities Directory is entirely an
home production; and the work connected herewith has given employment s
to a number of persons, and retained within the Province some thousands
of dollars, most of which has been expended on. work executed on the
Mainland.
The increasing prosperity of Vancouver and New Westminster cities
is most encouraging, indicative of the general prosperity of the whole
Province. The work contained in the following pages is presented to the
public with the fall confidence that, as a purely local ? work, it will be
appreciated and receive the liberal support that a Provincial industry of its
nature should receive. This book contains the first Street Directory ever
published of New Westminster City.
Broad and Government Streets,
Victoria, B.C., April, 1890.
Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year one thousand
eight hundred and ninety, by R. T. Williams, in the Office of
the Minister of Agriculture at Ottawa*
«..-Kv^mffni ppipw ..ii.^i. TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE
Agricultural Associations in B.C. 86 .
Animals, Cruelry to Society... „   50
Asylum for the Insane". 1 16
Banks and Bankers in B C  32
Barristers in B.C.  with date of
call*  22
Board* of Trade in B.C  33
British Columbia Senators     9
Building Societies in B.C.*   49
Cabinet (Dominion)     9
Cabinet (Provincial     9
Canadian Pac. Nav. Co 64d
Canneries, List of   38
Claims, Discoverers...  54
Claims, Mineral  55
Claims, Mining Reco?d of  54
Claims, Mining, Nature and Size
of 1 54
Coal Prospecting Licenses  56
Collectors of Revenue (Provincial) in B.C  14
Companies,   List  of  Registered
during 1889  40
Companies, List of, applying for
Certificates    of    registration
during 1889  40
Consuls (Foreign)in B.C  24
Copyright,   Particulars   of,   in
Canada.....   42
Coroners in B.C   14
County Court Judges    11
Cou nty Court Registrars.  17
Customs Officials in B.C  10
Customs Statistics  34
Discoverers' Claims  54
Dominion of Canada, Governor
General of     9
Dominion of Canada, Cabinet of    9
Dominion Land Laws  56
Dominion Officials 10 to 13
Dominion Representatives.     9
PAGE
Esqminsalt Customs Officials   10
Executive  Council (Provincial)    9
Fisheries, Inspector of   12
Foreign Consuls in BC   24
Foreign Postal Rates  23-29
Fruit  Growers' Association   of
B.C j '.  37
Garrison Artillery Brigade of B.C 34
Gold Commissioners in  B.C....  15
Government Agents in   B.C   14
Harbor Misters in the Province 11
Hatchery Department, Officers of 1 2
House   of   Commons   (Ottawa)
,B. C   Representatives...   .....    9
Hudsou's Bay Co., Trading Posts
and   Staff ".......  38
Indian Officials and   Agents  in
B.C -..fill
Immigration Agents in B. C...   11
Inland Revenue Officials in B 0. 11
Inspectors of Boilers & Machinery.    12
Inspectors of Hulls    12
Inspect*-rs'of Mines , 15
Jockey Club B.C  39
Judges in the province   11
Judges of Courts of Revision, &c 15
Justices of the P^ace in B.C. 18-21
Lnnd Depart. Officials (Dom)...  12
Land  Laws  (Dominion)  56
Land Laws (Provincial).......,.  52
Land   Registry   Officials...   15
Lands and Works Officials......   15
Letters,  Postal   Rates   for the
Province  26
Licenses  (Coal   Prospecting)... 56
Licenses (Timber)  5iy
Lieut.  Governor  B.C     9
Magistrates (Stipendiary) in B.C 17
Marine and  Fisheries,   Officials
in B.C  .. ;§   12 -—/' ~ XHSBSafiS!
IV.
BLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE
Mayors in B.C., List of j§ft|
Medical Register of .J3.G..;..... 23
Members of Prov. Parliament 10
Members of the   B.C. "Bar and
List of Solicitors    12
Mineral Claims  55
Mining Claims   55
MiningLiws...... ..  55
Money Order Offices in B.C. 24-25
Money Order Rates    28
Municipalities in B.C -'If 43
Museum (Provincial)    16
Nanaimo Banks and Bankers... 32
I        Births,   Deaths   and
Marriages Registrar...  1 4
Board  of Trade  33
,,        Building  Societies... 49
,,        Consuls in   24
,,        Coronefs    14
,,        County Court Registrars     1 7
,,        Customs Officials   10
,.        District Registrar Supreme Court   17
,;        Dominion      Savings
Bank  13
,,        Gaol  Officials...      1
,,        Government   Agents 15
,,        Harbor Master  11
,,        Inland Revenue. ...  11
,,        Justices of the Peace 19
,,        Lands   and   Woiks,
Asst. Com. .....   15
,,        >ewspapers & Publi-
,,        Notaries Public      21
.,        Pilot Commissioners 13
„        Sheriff....   17
„        Societies ,  44
|        Stipendiary     Magistrates  17
New Westminster Alphabetical
List of Names page 264
„    Asylum for the Insane    16
„    Bniiks and Bankers  32
„    Births Deaths and Marriages Registrar  14
PAGE
New Westminster Board of Trade 33
Building Societies  49
,,    Cemeteries—  ^J
Central Prison Officials ...   16
,,    Churches |£...... .236
,,    City Limits ......240
,,    Coroners   •  1^
,,    Consuls.. ........ •	
,,    County Court Registrar...^J 7
,,    Custom Officials    10
,,    Description of  .231
,,    Fire Department.... 234
,;    Fire Limits. 241
„    Governnv nt Agent   15
,,    Ha!bor Master.....   11
„    Hospital*.. .. 237
,,    Immigration Agent..   11
„    Inland Revenue   11
,,    Justice of the Peace.. .  19
,, Laud Department... 12 & $33
„ Land Eegistry Office 15 & 233
„    Lands & VYT3rks Assistant
Commissioners   15
,,    Libraries 238
,,    Licenses (City) 234
„    Marine and Fisheries   12
,,    Municipal Committees 234
„    Municipal Officials 233
New  Westminster  Newspapers
and Publications   36
„    Notaries Public   21
„    B.C. Penitentiary  ;. 12
,,    Pilotage Authorities (Yale
& Burrard Inlet)      13
„    Police  234
,,    Post Office (Local) 238
,,    Rifle Association  35
,,    Sherrif..r   IJ
|    Societies  .  44
I    Street Directory 242
J5    Supreme   Court   District
Registrar   ly
,,    Transportation.   239
,,    W7ard Limits  240
Newspapers & PubiieationsinB.O 35
Newspapers (Postal Rates). ..... 27.
Notaries Public in B.C ........... 21 TABLE OE CONTENTS.
V.
Van
PAGE
Orphans' Home,B.C. Protestant. 49
Parcel Post, Rates  27
Penitentiary of B C  12
Pilot Commissioners in B.C.  ...  12
Police (Provincial)  Officers   16
Port Wardens in the Province.. 11
Post Offices in B.C Jf;.... 24-25
Postal Rates (Foreign) ....28-29
Postal Rates (Provincial) 26-27
Prisons   16
Prospecting Coal Licenses   5Q
Provincial Land Laws .,  52
Provincial Officials in B.C.... 13tol8
Provincial Parliament (Cabinet) 9
Provincial Parliament Members of 15
Public Notaries in B.C  21
PublicWorks Dt partment of Canada Officials   13
Quarantine Deparment   13
Record of Mining Claims ... . 54
Reeves in B.C. List of   42
Refuge Home B.C.    ... 49
Revising Officers (Provincial) and
Collectors of Votes    16
Rifle Associations in B.C.   35
Rifle Companies in B.C   35
Salmon Pack for the past 10 years 38
Savings   Banks (Dominion)   in
B.C • kO'oJt
Sample Post Rates     28
Savings Banks Post Office in B.C.33
Schools and Teachers in B.C.. .. 30
Senators of British Columbia....    9
Sheriffs in B.C   17
Societies in B.C  44
Solicitors in B. C, with date of
admission  22
Stenographers (Provincial)   17
Stipendiary   Magistrates in B C 17
Supreme Courts Registrars   17
Teachers (School) and Schools in
B.C 30-31
Telegraph Offices in B. C  26
Timber Inspectors ............*....  17
Timber Licenses  56
Trading Posts Hudson's Bay Co 38
Treasury Department officialsf.. 17
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PAGE
r Alphabetical List  of
]Samt3 , 119
Births,   Deaths   and
Marriages Registrar 14
Church-s... ;....<  69
City Limits ...'   76
C.P.R. Officials   73
Coroner  ......  14
County Court Begis-
trar        17
Customs  Officials ...  10
Banks   and  Bankers 32
Board  of. Trade  33
Building Societies ... 49
Fire Department	
Fire Limits	
Harbor Masters	
Hospitals	
Location of   Business
Blocks . ....
Immigration
Inland Revenue	
Justices ot the Peace 18
Licenses (city)   68
Libraries j   71
Municipal    Commit
a * <      * » »
>*« «i( t  • • •
68
75
11
72
73
11
11
Ut.  \7 O • . .  *«o  a j • * • • • •  •••  <>**«       U  /
unicipal Officials...  67
Newspapers and Publications.  36
Notaries  Public,.,,..  21
Pilotage   Authorities
(Yale and   Bur raid
-i-LllV^Uy  t«9   « e •  «««   • « *  %*«  •*«        i O
Police    67
Post Office (local).... 72
Reading Rooms	
Rifle   Association ...
O' '01" LI tbi •»•> «•« »•« «o« *» *
Street Directory	
Timber  Inspectors...
Transportation ...  73-74
Ward Limits ........   76
Vice Consul in B.C  24
Victoria Banks and Bankers... 32
,,    jj Births,    Deaths,     and
Marriages Registrars 13
71
35
44
79
17 SB
VI.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
PAGE
Victoria Board of Trade   33
Building Societies  49
Coroner   ..  .. 14
County Court Registrar 17
Customs Officials ..,«.. 10
Dominion     Savings
x>anK........ .««.... 1 o-o A
Foreign Consuls  24
Harbor Masters   11
Immigration Agent    11
Immigrant's Home   II
Inland  Revenue....  11
Justices of the Peace 20-21
Land Registry Office... 15
Lands and Works Office 15
Ma tine and Fisheries... 12
Museum (Provin cial)... 16
Newspapers and Publications, List of    35
„     Notaries Public  22
PAGE
Victoria Orphan's Home ......... 49
„      Pilot Commissioners...   12
„      Provincial Gaol officials M
rovincial  Secretary s
Department. . ....... 16
,,      Public  Works Department of Canada ...  13
„     Queen's Printing Office 16
„      Quarantine    Officials.].' 13
„     Refuge Home  39
„     Rifle Association  35
„     Sheriffs  17
,,     Societies  44
„      Stipendiary Magistrates 17
„      Supreme   Court Registrar    17
Weights an i Measnres,Inspector
of... |  13
Yale and   Burmrd  Inlet  Pilot
Commissioners..   13
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SAIL MAKER, MANUFACTURER OF TENTS,
28 ALEXANDER ST.,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Waterproof Horse Covers    Waterproof Hay Covers    Waterproof Wagon Covers
M Canvas Hose Canvas Bags Canvas Hammocks, etc.
Work Warranteed ROPE & WIRE SPLICING Orders solicited
PRICES QUOTED UPON APPLICATION.
lituaccwca —Esuffona
tt|t§      I     Dental Surgeon,
Offiee over Bank of British North America, - VANCOUVER, B.C.
Corner of Carroll and Oppenheimer Streets.
CABBIEBE HOTEL, 1139 Richard tit.
This house has been thoroughly fitted up in every department, and is ready
for the accommodation of Guests and the travelling Public generally. Particular
Attention will be paid to the Table which, in addition to being supplied with the
BEST of everything, will have everything prepared in the best style of the
culinary art. Comfortable Accommodation eor Boarders and Travellers.
Bar supplied with the best of Liquors and Cigars.
■ Proprietor—JOSEPH CARRIERE. NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
The course of instruction embraces ancient and modern Classics,
Moral Philosophy, Sciences, Mathematics, Trigonometry, Geometry,
Algebra, Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Writing, History, Geography, Drawing,
Music, &c. Great care is taken to preserve the morals of the pupils, and
the strictest discipline is enforced.
This Institution is under the patronage of His Lordship, the Right
Rev. Bishop D'Herbomez, O.M.T. Vicar Apostolic of Brirish Columbia and
is conducted by the R R Fathers, Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Rev. A.
Dontenvill, Director.
Terms Payable in Advance.—Board and Tuition, per session,
$75.00 ; washing and mending, per .session, #10.00; bed and bedding, per
session, $3.00. Ink, Pens and Pencils, per session, fl.OO. Half-Boarders,
per session §37.50.
Rev. FA THER /. M. FA YARD, OJf.I., President of the College.
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Established in 1817.	
Capital, all Paid up, $i2jooopoo
HEAD OFFICE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Hon. Sir D. A. Smith, K.C.M.G., President.
Hon. G. A. Drummond, Vice-President.
Gilbert Scott Esq.
A T. Paterson, Esq.
Hugh McLennan, Esq.
E. B. Greenshields, Esq.
W. C. McDonald, Esq.
Hon. J. J. C. Abbott.
Charles S. Watson Esq.
W. J. BUCHANAN,
General Manager.
E. S. Clouston,
Assistant General Manager.
A. McNider,
Chief Inspector and Supt.. of Branches.
R. Y. Hebden, A. B. Buchanan,
Asst. Inspector.        Asst. Supt. of Branches.
BRANCHES IN CANADA.
MONTREAL: H V. Meredith, Manager.
West End Branch, St. Catherine St]
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Incorporated by Act of Parliament.
Reserved Fund $6poo&oo.
Almonte, Ont.
Belleville  „
Brantford „
Brockville ,,
Calgary, N.W.T.
Chatham, N.B.
Chatham, Ont.
Cornwall,  „
Goderichj. ,,
NewWestminster,B C
Ottawa, Ont.
Perth,       „
Peterboro', Ont,
Picton, „
Quebec, Que.
Regina, Assna.
Sarnia, Ont.
Stratford, Ont.
St. John, N.B.
St. Mary's, Ont.
Toronto, Ont.
Vancouver, B.C.
Wallacehurg, Ont.
Winnipeg, Man.
—MONTREAL.
Guelph,     „
Halifax, N.S.
Hamilton, Ont.
Kingston,  §
Lindsay,    „
London,    ,,
Moncton, N.B.     M .
IN GREAT BRITAIN:
London, Bank of Montreal, 22 Abchurch Lane,E.C.
Commmittee—Robert Gillespie, Esq.,
Peter Redpath, Esq. C. Ashworth, Manager.
IN THE UNITED STATES:
New York—Walter Watson and Alex Lang, 59
Wall Street.
Chicago—Bank of Montreal, W. Mtmro, Manager ; E. M. Shadbolt, Asst.-Manager.
BANKERS IN GREAT BRITAIN.
London—The Bank of England.
,, The Union Bank of London.
„ The London & Westminster Bank.
Liverpool—The Bank of Liverpool.
Scotland—-The  British   Linen   Company   and
branches.
BANKERS IN THE UNITED STATES.
New York—The Bank of New York, N.B. A.
,, The Merchants' National Bank.
Boston—The Merchants' National Bank.
Buffalo—Bank of Commerce in Buffalo.
San   Francisco,—The Bank of British Columbia.
Portland, Oregon—The Bank of British Columbia.
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Upholsterers, Importers & Manufacturers
of Fine Furniture, Cornice Poles, etc.
408   HASTINGS   "STREET,    WEST   VANCOUVER
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Seat of Government —Ottawa.
Governor-General, His Excellency the
Right hon. Sir Frederick Arthur
Stanley, GOB, Baron Stanley of
Preston.
CABINET.
Premier, Pres. Privy Council, Rt Hon
Sir J A Macdonald, GOB
Minister of Public Works, Hon Sir H
Langevin, K C M G
Minister of Railways and Canals, Hon
John Henry Pope
Minister of Customs, Hon Mackenzie
Bowell
Minister of   Militia,   Hon  Sir A   P
Caron, K C M G
Minister   of   Agriculture, Hon   John
Carling
Minister of Inland Revenue, Hon John
Costigan
(Without Portfolio) Hon Frank Smith
Secretary of State, Hon J A Chapleau
Minister of Justice, Hon  Sir J  S  D
Thompson, K C M G
Minister of Finance, Hon G E Foster
(Without Portfolio) Hon J J C Abbott
Minister of Marine and Fisheries, Hon
C H Tupper
Postmaster General,Hon John Haggart
Minister of the Interior, Hon E Dewd-
ney
Clerk Privy Council, John J McGee
Senators of British Columbia
Represented in the Dominion Parliament at Ottawa :
Cariboo, James Reid, res Quesnelle
New Westminister, T R Mclnnes, res
New Westminster
Victoria, W J Macdonald, res Yictori
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Representatives of British
Columbia
In the Dominion House of Commons :
Cariboo,  F S Bernard, res Victoria
New   Westminster,   D  Chisholm,   res
New Westminster
Vancouver Island, D W  Gordon,   res
Nanaimo
Victoria, T Earle, res Victoria
E G Prior, res Victoria
Yale, J A Mara, res Kamloops
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Seat of Government—Victoria.
Lieut-Governor, Hon   Hugh   Nelson,
Victoria
Private Secretary, Herbert Stanton
Executive Council (forming the Cabinet)
Premier, Provincial Secretary   and
Minister of Mines,Hon John Robson
President of the Council, Hon Chas E    (Speaker vacant)
Pooley, Q 0
Attorney General, Hon Theo   Davie,
QC
Minister of Finance and Agriculture,
Hon J H Turner
Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works,
Hon Forbes George Vernon
Clerk of Executive Council, Thornton
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Members  of   the   Lbgislative
Assembly :
Cariboo, George Cowan,  res Barker-
ville
Joseph Mason, res Barkerville
IB Nason,  res ,,
Oass&ir, John Grant, res Victoria
Comojc, Hon   T   B   Humphreys,   res
Victoria
Uowichan, Henry Croft, res Chemainus
,,       Henry Fry, res Quamichan
Esquimault, D W Higgins, res Victoria
„        Hon 0 E Pooley,  Q C,  res
Esquimault District
Kootenay, Lieiat-Col James Baker, res
Cranbrook
Lillooet, Edward Allen, res Clinton
New Westminster city, T Cunningham
res New Westminster
New   Westminster
Ladner,  res
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Ladner's Landing
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Hon John R<
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Victoria city, hon. Robert I ^^^^^
Victoria
Theodore Davie, Q C, res Vie
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A W Smith
,,       Simeon Duck, res Victoria
,,        hon. J H Turner, res Victoria
Victoria District, G W Anderson, res
Lake District
,,       James   Tolmie,    res   Victoria
District
Yale, C A Semlin, res Cache Creek
hon. F G Vernon, res Okanagan
Martin, res South Thomp-
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son River
Nanaimo, Andrew Haslam,  res Nan
aimo
},       George Thompson,res Nanaimo
Dominion Officials throughout the Province.
'O'
Customs Department
Connected with the Minister of Customs
Ottawa, hon. Mackensie Bo well,
Commissioner James Johnson, Assistant Commissioner W. G. Parmelee
Collector for the Province, A R Milne,
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Preventive
Office Wharf Street f
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on St., Victoria.
Port of Victoria, Victoria, hon. W
0 Hambly, Collector; W Shears,
Surveyor and Dominion Appraiser;
C S Finlayson, Chief Clerk;
E Fawcett, J C Newbury, George
Fry, E Fletcher, H W Graves, L W
Atkins, Wm. Broderick, Dickson
Irving, Clerks; R Hunter, F J
Morison, W A Franklin, R Lawson
C E Bunting, H F Beck with, D
McLean. Outside Officers: Geo
Wynne, Messenger and Caretaker.
Esquimault, C E Banting, Landing
waiter, Saanich ; P Imrie, Preventive Officer
Port of Nanaimo, office Front Street,
B ti Smith, Collector; Geo Gordon,
Preventive Officer
Chemainus, 	
Officer
Port of Vancouver, office 202 Granville
Street.—J M Bowell, Collector;
Isaac Johns, Deputy Collector ; C A
Worsnop, B R McDonald, F Bowser,
Clerks ; G C Webster, C C Rolston,
W H Watson, J EFagan, Outside Officers.
Port of New Westminster, office Mary
Street corner Columbia Street—John
S   Clute,    Collector, Registrar and
Surveyor of Shipping ; Peter Grant,
James McMartin, Clerks
Adergrove,   W H   Vanneta,  Preventive Officer
Fort Shepard and Kettle River (vacant)
Kootenav, J G Norris, Sub-Collector
Kootenay Lake, J C Rykert, jun , sub-
COUGCtOt
Mud Bay, H D Chantrell, Preventive Officer
Osoyoos, W S Jones, Acting Sub-
Collector
Upper Sumas, John Musselwhite,
Preventive Officer
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CARRALL   STREET,   VANCOUVER.
PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Department of Justice
In connection with the Minister of
Justice, Sir J S D Thompson
K C M G ; Chief Clerk, A Power,
QC, Ottawa
Chief Justice, Sir Matthew B. Begbie,
Victoria Puisne Judges, hon ff P
P Crease, Victoria; hon John F
McCreight, New Westminster ; hon
G A Walkem, Victoria, hon M W
I Drake, Victoria
County Court Judges.
Cariboo,  His honor C F Cornwall
Nanaimo, His honor Eli Harrison jun
New    Westminster,   His    honor    W
Norman Bole
Yale, His honor W Ward Spinks
Harbor Masters and Port Wardens
Connected with the Minister of Marine
Ottawa, hon. C H Tupper: Chief
Clerk,   J. Hardie.
Victoria, W R Clarke, office 13 Store
Street
Nanaimo, E Quennel, office Commercial Street.
Vancouver, M W Thain, office 510
Cordova Street
New Westminster, J N Draper, office
Front Street
Immigration Department
Connected with the Department of
Agriculture, Ottawa Minister hon.
JohnCarling; Private Secietary, A
L Jarvis
Victoria, John Jessop, Agent, office
Government Buildings, James Bay,
Immigrant home, Dallas Road
Vancouver, M Sutherland, office 53C
Cordova Street
New Westminster, Provincial Appointment, John Sprott, Pelham Street
Refer to Index for description of the
several Immigrant homes
Indian Department
In  connection with  the  Minister  of
the  Interior,   Ottawa   —  hon.     E
Dewdney ; chief clerk, R Sinclair
Vietona, Head office 20 Douglas Street
Reserve Commissioner, Hon P O'Reilly.
Victoria
Superintendent, Lieut Col I W Powell,
Victoria
Superintendency     clerk,      Hamilton
Moffatt
Surveyors,Captain W S Jemmett, EM
Skinner, Ashdown H Green, C E,
Victoria
Assistant clerk, W Mac JLaughlin
Messenger, M Bryce
Agents.
R H Pidcock, Alert Bay
R E, Loring,Babine
J W Mackay, Kamloops
Michael Phillips, Kootenay
W Lamg  Meason, Little Dosr Creek
Charles Todd, Metlakahtla^
P McTiernan, New Westminster
William Henry Lomass Quamichan
Harry Guillod, Barclay Sound,Ucluelet
Inland Revenue Department
In connection with the Minister of
Inland Revenue, Ottawa. — hon.
John Costigan : Com. E Miall, Chief
Clerk and Secretary.   W HimsWGgtlf
Victoria Chief Office—Custom house
Inspector W Gill, Collector R Jones,
Deputy Collector G Williams, Excise
Officer C McNifF, Messenger Chas
Perkins
Nanaimo—Deputy Collector W K
Leighton.   Office, Bastion Street
New Westminster—Deputy Collector
J S Clute. Office, Mary cor Columbia
Vancouver — Deputy Collector J E
Miller, 332 Cordova Street
Kamloops—Deputy Collector F Russey
Donald—Deputy Collector T Dowling
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Inspector of Boilers and Machinery
connected with the department of
Minister  of Marine,   Ottawa—hon.
HC Tupper
Victoria, W A Russell. Office, Custom
house, Wharf Street
Inspector of Hulls
Connected with the department of
Marine—Minister,hon. CHTupper,
Ottawa. Victoria, R Collister
Land Department
In connection with the Department of
th? Interior, Ottawa—Minister, hon.
E Dewdney. Head Office Winnipeg.
Commissioner H H Smith, MLB,
Winnipeg; Inspector of Agencies,
J Mc D Gordon MLB, Calgary;
Superintendent of Mines, W. Pearce,
MLB.
New Westminster. Offices, Post-office
Building Columbia—Agent, H B W
Aikman, MLB; Crown Timber
Agent, T S Higginson ; Inspector of
Homesteads, J S Macdonell; Senior
clerks, J ohn McKenzie, A L S, A
Can. Soc. C E ; clerks, C W Homer,
F Turner, G M Aikman, A Shephard
Kamloops—Agent, E. M. Bovill
Marine and Fisheries Departme
drigh. Coraax River, John Berkeley.
CowichanRiver,WHLomas. Nanaimo River, lu Good. Naas River,
John McNab. Skeena River, MK
Morrison
Penitentiary
Sapperton Road, New Westminster in
connection with the Department of
Justice, Ottawa
Minister, hon. Sir John S D Thompson
Inspector of Penitentiaries, J G Moylan
Accountant   of Penitentiaries,   G   L
Foster, Ottawa
Warden,   A   R-    McBride;   Deputy
Warden,     James     Fitz-Simmons;
Accountant, Storekeeper and Schoolmaster,  W.   H.  Keary; Protestant
Chaplain,     Rev.     B.     Jamieson;
Roman    Catholic    Chaplain,   Rev.
Father   Guertin,    O MI;   Acting-
Surgeon,    W    A   DeWolf   Smith;
Steward,   T   A   Mclnnes;    Trade
Instructors:     Shoemaker,    George
Mackenzie ; Blacksmith, A Coutts;
Carpenter, C   N   Derrah ;   Baker,
James Miller;   Tailor,  K McRae ;
Keeper,    J.    Fitzgerald;    Guards,
Thos W Quilty, Geo.   Hutchinson,
Hamilton McKee,  Finlay Stewart,
Allan McLean,  P B Curran, W J
Carroll, John Wiggins, James Doyle,
R J   Robertson, D C McGillivray,
Benjamin   Burr,    Adam   Jackson.
Messenger: John McNavin.   Teamster : P Smyth
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connected with the Minister of
Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa--hon.
C H Tupper ; Chief Clerk, J. Hardie
Victoria,—Office, Custom house, Wharf
Street; Agent, (Marine) Capt H G
Lewis
New Westminster — Office Custom
house, Mary Street; Inspector and
Officer in charge of Fraser River
hatchery, Thomas Mowat; Caretaker of hatchery, M M Mowat;
Fishery Guardians — Fraser River,
John Buie, C F Green, A E Pitten-
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Pilot Commissioners connected with
the Marine and Fishery Department,
Ottawa—Minister, hon. 0 H Tupper
Victoria Pilot Board
Chairman, R. Finlayson, R. P.
Rithet, W.R. Clarke; Sec. & Trea.
E.C.Baker. Office: Bank Buildings,
Government Street. Pilots: James
Mcintosh, John Thompson, James
Ramsey.
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Court of'Directors—J.'H. Brodie, H. J. B. Kendall, John James Cater,
J. J. Kingsford, Henry R. Farrer, Frederick Lubbock, Richard H. Glyn,
A. H. Phillpotts, E. A. Hoare.   Secretary—A. G. Wallis.
Head Oimce in Canada—St. James Street, Montreal,
gh; R. R. Grinjxley, General Manager.
Branches and Agencies in Canada—London, Brantford, Hamilton,
Paris, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, St. John, N. B.,
Fredericton, N. B., Halifax, Nl S., Victoria, Vancouver, Winnipeg.
Agents in the United States—New York, H. Stikeman and F. Brown-
field, Agents ; San Francisco, W. Lawsou and J. C. Welch.
London Bankers— The Bank of England, Messrs. Gljm & Co.
Foreign Agents—Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool. Australia, Union Bank of
Australia. New Zealand, Union Bank of New Zealand, India, China and
Japan, Chartered Mercantile Bank of India. London and China, Agra
Bank, Limited. West Indies, Colonial Bank. Paris, Messrs. Marcuard
Krauss et Cie.   Lyons, Credit Lyonnais.
Issue Circular Notes for Travellers, available in all parts of the world.
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PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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D.  Morrison,  John
Nanaimo — Pilotage Authority. Office
Bastion Street. Commissioners : E.
Quennell, J.E.Jenkins. Sec, C. C
MeKenzie. Pilots : Wm. McLeod
McDonald,John Sahiston sen,, John
Sabiston iun.
Glaholm
Yale and New Westminster Pilotage
Authority. Office: 510 Cordova St.,
Vancouver. — Chairman, R. H.
Alexander, B. Springer, C.G.Major.
C. Gardiner Johnson.
Ettershank,    Angus
Secretary,
Pilot
ots
Wm.
McAl
lister, Donald Urquhart, James
Ramsay
Post-Office Department
In connection with head office, Ottawa
—Postmaster General, hon. John
Haggart.    Secretary, W D LeSueur
Victoria—hon   Noah Shakespeare
Nanaimo—Wm Earl
Vancouver
T
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New Westminster—J u urown
Kamloops—E H Jones
For  remainder of Postmasters
Post Offices in th<
index
Jfioviu.ee reier
to
Public Works Department of Canada
In connection with the Minister of
Public works, Ottawa—Sir H L
Langevin ; Secretary—A Gobeil
Victoria, office Post-office Buildings,
Government Street. Resident Engineer, F C. Gamble ; Accountant,
C JN MacDonald
Quarantine Department
Connected with   the   Department   of
Minister of Marine,Ottawa—Minister
Hon C H Tupper
Victoria,   W Jackson, senr. Office 95
Douglas Street
The Custom house officials act as
Quarantine Officers in their respective
districts
III Savings Bank Department
In connection with the Minister of
Finance,hon GE Foster. Chief clerk,
C J Anderson, Ottawa
Victoria, head office, Post-office Building,   Government  Street ; Manager,
John  Graham;   Accountant,  J   EL
McLaughlin;   Paying  Teller,   Chas
Hay ward; Receiving Teller, vacant
Nanaimo, Office, Post office Building,
Front Street.    Agent, A H Home
For   particulars  of Deposits,   etc.,
refer to Index
Weights and Measures and Gas
Department
In   connection
with
the Minister of
Inland Revenue, Ottawa—hon. John
Costigan, Chief Clerk and Secretary,
W Hainsworth
Victoria: Office 54 Langley Street,
Inspector: P.   Jones.
Nanaimo. Office: Post office Buildings
Asst. Insp.(W&M only)A.H.Horne
Provincial Officials
Attorney General's Office
throughout the Province.
Births, Deaths and Marriages
Government Buildings James Bav
Attorney General, Hon. Theo. Davie ;
Deputy  Attorney  General,   P.   M.
Irving'; Clerk: J. W. Sinclair
Minister  in charge — The   Attorney
General Hon. Theo. Davie.
:oria, Office:  Land Registry Office,
Law Courts. Reg. Chas. J, Leggatt.
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Nanaimo: M. Bray,
New Westminster:   Charles Warwick.
Vancouver : C A Coldwell, 21 Cordova
Street. ___ The Gov. Agents throughout the Provence in nearly all
cases act as Registrars, For list of
gov. agents, refer to index.
Collectors of Revenue under the
Provincial Revenue Tax Act.
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Burrard Inlet, George Callick
Cassiar,  Skeena  District of, N Fitz-
stubbs
Comox, E J) Anderson, W B, D of
Nelson and Newcastle, Denman, and
Hornby Islands
Cowichau, H A Wellburn
Cowichan Islands,  in District of,  W
M^Robson
Kamloops, F. Hussey.
Kootenay E, S.Redgrave.
Kootenay W, J. Kirkup.
Lillooet, C. Phair.
Lytton, Cach Creek, Hope, Yale, Div
of Yale,  W.  Dodd.
Nanaimo, M. Bate.
New Westminster,  City and District,
E. L. Kirkland, asst. W. L. Fagan.
Nicola, J. Olapperton.
Rock Creek Polling District Yale,
C. A. R.Lambly,
Similkameen, Hugh Hunter.
Victoria, city, District and Esquimalt,
C. Booth.
Coroners in the Province,
Abbreviations: J. jurisdiction,
E.D. electoral district.
Clapperton, J. E.D. Yale.
Chipp,    J.    Barkerville,    Lightening
Creek, Richfield Polling Divisions
Clarke Sibree, J. E.D. Yale.
Duncan W.  Metlakahtla,  J.     N.W.
coast of B.C.
Douglas B. Yale, J. E.D. Yale.
Dewdney W.   Yale, J Province,
Fermie  W.  Kootenay,  J.  E.D.
Kootenay,
Ferris  W.   D.   New West,  J. E. D.
New Westminster City and District,
Graham Allen, J E.D. Omineca,
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Orton George T Province
Pemberfcon Hon A F Victoria Victoria
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Pi anna   J P   Nanaimo    Counties of
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Stephenson W Forks of Quesnelle J
Keithley Creek Polling Division of
E D Cariboo
Stone James Cariboo
Vowell AW Cassiar D Cassiar
Walkem WWBurrand Inlet Provence
Wellburn H O   J Vancouver   Island
and adjacent islands
Education Department.
Cabinet Minister in charge The Provincial Sec, Hon. John Robson
Office Government Bdgs James Bay
Superiritendent — S D Pope BA
Inspector of Schools I) Wilson B A
For List of School Teachers and
Schools refer to index
Government Agents in B. C.
See also gold commissioners, provincial
police, stipendary magistrates   and
sheriffs.
Alberni J C Mollett Gov. agent
Cariboo T0hn Bowron Gov. Agent etc
J Stephenson collector
Cassiar (vacant)
Clinton F Soues gov agent etc
Comox W Bentley gov agent
W B Anderson assessor
Cowichan H O Wellburn gov agent
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Court of Directors .—Robert Gillespie,. Esq., Chairman; Eden Col vile, Esq.,-^a
Chairman; James Anderson. Esq., Henry D. Harrison, Esfp, Henry E. Ransom, Esq.; Sir
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San Francisco,   California;   Portland,   Oregon;   Victoria,  New  Westminster,,
Vancouver, Nanaimo and Kamloops, British Columbia;
Seattle, Tacoma,  Wash.
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In England. National Provincial Bank of England ; North and South Wales Baiik, Liver-
pool; 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.     *^^
Tho-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. s|||
The Bank also purchases or forwards for collection Drafts onthe above places.
At the 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. M-fl
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CORNER    CLARKSON A*ND   MACKENZIE  STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B;   O.
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NEW WESTMINSTER,  -  BRIT. COL.
—THE LEADING-
GRANITE & MARBLE WORKS,
IN THE PROVINCE.
ALEX.   HAMILTON,  PROP'R.
P. 0. 135.
J. MITCHELL,
WATER STREET, VANGOUVER.
General Jobbing Blacksmith.
Masons and Stone Cutters Tools Given
Special Attention and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
BUILDERS' IRON-WORK A SPECIALTY.
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Import direct from the Manufacturers
Fitting up Hotels and Public Buildings a speciality
PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Donald AW Vowell
S Redgrave ; Mining Recorder etc
Forks of Quesnelle   W Stephenson;
Government Agent
Fort Steele,   O G   Dennis;   Mining
Recorder etc
Kamloops, F Hussey Gov Agent
Lilloet,  C Phair,   Mining recorder
Assessor etc
Metlakahtla, J Flew in, Collector etc
Nanaimo, Marshall Bray, Govt agent;
M Bate, assessor and collector
New Westminster, C Warwick, gov agt
E L Kirkland, assessor and collector
Nicola, J Clapperton; gov agent
Okanagan—W Dewdney, Govt. Agent
Plumper Pass, WM Robson;  assessor
and collector
Quesnelle, J P St Laurant; gov agent
gold
com;
Revelstoke,  GO Tunstall
andSM
do       J Kirkup; mining recorder
and constable
Rock Creek,   CAR Lambly;  mining
recorder and assessor
Salt Spring Island, S Maxwell assessor
and collector
Skeena, N Fitzstubbs, gold com & s m
Similkameen, Hugh Hunter, Collector
Gold Commissioners
Cariboo, John Bowron
Kamloops, F Hussey, Yale
Lillooet, F Soues
Skeena, N Fitzstubbs
Similkameen, G 0 Tunstall
East Kootenay, A W Vowell
New Westminster District,   Hon F G
Vernon
Yale, (Osoyoos Div.) W Dewdney
Inspector   or   Mines
Minister in Charge, Hon John Robson
Nanaimoc A Dick
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Judges of Court   of  Revision and
Appeal under Assessment Acts
F Soues, Lillooet District
S Perry Mills, Victoria City District
and Esquimalt
J Murray,  Hope,  Yale,  Lytton and
Cache Creek Division
E Musgrave, Salt Spring
J P Planta, Electoral District Nanaimo
Gilbert Robinson, Cowichan District
W Ward Spinks, Nicola, Osoyoos and
Kamloops Divisions of Yale
A W Vowell, East Kootenay
G C Tunstall, Similkameen and Rock
Creek Polling Division 'a
Land Registry Department.
Cabinet Minister in charge : the
Attorney General, Hon. Theo Davie
Victoria, Office : Law Courts. Registrar General of Titles, Charles J.
Leggatt. Clerks—First, R J Tolmie,
second, H H Wootton ; third, M G
Phipps
New Westminster, Office : Clarkson
Street. Registrar of Titles, T 0
Townley. Clerks—First, C E Holt;
second, T M Cunningham ; third, F
G Turner
Land and Works Department
Office : Government Buildings, James
Bay, Victoria
Chief Commissioner: Hon. FoTbes
George Vernon ; Surveyor Ge»eral,
W S- Gore; Clerk of Records,
Stanley Phipps ; Draughtsmen, B
H John, T Kains, Ormond Fletcher.
Assistant Commissioners
Cariboo, John Bowron
Comox, W. Bentley
Cowichan and E-enfrew District, H O
Wellburn
Kamloops, F Hussey
,,      Division of Yale, J Clapperton
Kootenay, East A W Vowell
Kootenay, West G C Tunstall
Lillooet. F Soues
Nanaimo, M Bray
New Westminster, C Warwick. Clerk,
A Shepherd
Osoyoos Div.  of Yale, W. Dewdney
.Yale, WDodd
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UIUO.1 liailj aud Chemicals, &c. Dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions a specialty
Orders by mail receive prompt attentions      P.O. Box 894.
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B.C. CITIES DIRECTORY.
Museum
Government Buildings, James Bay.
Victoria—Curator, John Fannin
Printing Department.
Cabinet Minister in charge : Provincial
Secretary, Hon John Robson.
Office : Government Buildings, James
Bay — Queen's Printer, Richard
Wolfenden. Foreman, Robert
Butler Printers : James Pofctinger,
Francis Partridge, Fred Shakespeare
Wm. Baines
Prisons, Asylum, Reformatory etc.
Department.
Cabiritet    Minister    in    charge:    the
Attorney General, Hon Theo Davie
Victoria—Gaol    and    office,    Topaze
Avenue.      Warden,    R    F    John.
First Gaoler, P. Wo«lacott ; second,
Wm Muldoon ; third, F Dougherty.
First Convict Guard, A Workman.
Guards—James   Parsons,   ,C  H F
Blake, A Thomas.
Nanaimo—Gaol and office Front Street
Chief   Constable and Gaolor.    Wm.
Stewart; Assistant Gaolor, S. Drake.
Convict    Guard,    Wm.    Beveridge,
Assistant Convict Guard, A Hamilton
New Westminster — (Gentral  Prison)
Gaol   and    office.   Royal   Avenue;
Warden,  Wm.   Moresby ; Assistant
Gaolers,  W G Armstrong, J. Burr;
R B Lister ; Senior Convict Guard,
Edwards ; Assistant Convict
Guard A O'Connor
Asylum for the Iksani
New Westminster—Office and Asylum,
Sapperton Road. Medical Superintendent, R 1. Bentley, M B
Steward, James Phillips; Keepers
J Fielding Strang, Henry Young H
H Williams. H L House, D Mc
Cowan, H Lister, D Gunn ; Matron,
Mrs Ross ; Assistant, Miss Hardy;
Cook, James Chambers
Provincial Secretary's Department
Provincial Secretary, Hon John
Robson; Deputy Provincial Secretary, A Campbell Red die
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Barkervi'lle, J Bowrou
Cariboo, J Lindsay
Chemainus, D W Mainguy
Clinton, F Soues
Comox, W B Anderson
Cowichan, G A Kier
Donald, A W Vowell \
Esquimalt, J D Campbell
Forks of Quesnelle, W Stephenson
Fort Steele, O G Dennis
Hazelton, N Fitzstubbs
Kamloops, F Hussey
Kootenay Lake, T H Giffen
Lillooet, C Phair
Metlakahtla, J Fie win
Moody ville, G A Calbick
Nanaimo, M Bray
New Westminster, W Moresby
One Hundred and Fifty Mile House,
W F. Allen
Quesnelle, J St Laurent
Revelstoke, G C Tunstall
Rock Creek, CAR Lambly
Similkameen, H Hunter
Vernon, W Dewdney
Victoria, C J Miller
Wellington, —Stephenson
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PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Cassiar, W H Dempster (Aberdeen)
Comox, W J Bentley
Cowichan, H O Wellburn
FarwellPollingDivision\ n n Tnno,Ql1
E D Kootenay J ^ ° install
Kootenay, (East Division) A W Vowell
Lillooet, F. Soues
Nanaimo, M Bray
New Westminster,   City and District,
C Warwick
South Saanich, W H Robertson, E D
Victoria District
Victoria   City    and    Esquimalt,     H
Coombe
Victoria District, W H Robertson
Yale, F Hussey
Registrar's Supreme Court
Victoria—Office Law Courts. Registrar
James Charles Prevost. Deputy
Registrars, Harvey Combe and
Arthur Keast. Janitor, J Bland.
Usher, B Evans
New Wesminster — Office Clarkson
Street. District Registrar, W H
Fa] ding
Nanaimo—District Registrar, M Bray
County Court
Victoria*—Registrar,   Harvey   Combe.
Deputy Registrar, Arthur Keast
Nanaimo—Registrar, M Bray
New  Westminster—Registrar,   W H
Falding
Vancouver — Registrar    Charles    A
Coldwell, Office 21 Cordova Street
Yale—F Hussey
Sheriffs.
J E McMillan—County of Victoria
and over Vancouver Island and
other Islands and Queen Charlotte
Islands, but excepting the Electoral
District of Nanaimo and Comox
W J Armstrong, County of Westminster,   E   D;   New Westminster
and City, Hope,Yale, Lytton Polling
Divisions of the ED Yale and
throughout the Islands adjacent
thereto other than Queen Charlotte
Islands
A G Pembertou, —County of Yale,
Cache Creek,Kamloops, Nicola Lake,
Okanagon and Rock Creek Polling
Division of the E D Yale
John Stephenson—County of Cariboo,
E D Lilloet and Cariboo
S Redgrave—County^ Kootenay, E D
Kootenay
S Drake—County Nanaimo, E D
Nanaimo, Comox and Cassiar
Stenographer
Office : Law Courts.    Flitcroft Evans
Stipendary Magistrates
Cassiar, (vacant)
Donald, A W Vowell
Metlakahtla, S Y Wootton
Nanaimo, J P Planta
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Revelstoke, G C Tunstall
Skeena, N Fitzstubbs
Stikeen, Allan Graham
Victoria, Edwin Johnson Q C
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Vancouver, Inspector R J Skinner;
Second Timber Inspector, Duncan
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of Hastings Street
Treasury Department
Office : Government Buildings, James
Bay, Victoria—Minister of Finance
and Agriculture : Hon. J H Turner;
Deputy Treasurer, Alfred Flett;
Auditor, J Mc B Smith; Assistant
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Justices of the Peace in British
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Clinton. F Soues
Cobble Hill, J Nightingale, 0 Victoria
Cpmox, Thomas Cairns,  E D Comox
G F Drabble
Wm Machin, E t> Comox
GG McDonald
J W McKenzie
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Albemi, Geo Huff, E D , Nanaimo
,,        C F Bishop, C Nanaimo
Aldergrove, A F Goldsmit
Westminster
Altrt Bay,  R H Pidcock,  Nanaimj
and New Westminster
Alexandria, A D Mclnnes, E D Cariboo
Alkali Lake, J B Moore, E D Cariboo
and Lillooet
Ashcroft, Hon F Clement Cornwall
H P Cornwall
Lehman Isaac, C Yale
Barkerville, J E Stephenson, D Cariboo
James Stone
Hugh Watt, ED Cariboo
Basque Ranche,  WLangley, ED Yale
Bier Bar Creek, John   Gallagher, E D
Lillooet
Boston Bar, Ed Pearson
Burgoyne Bay, J Cairns. ED Cowichan
Cadboro Bay, J Sinclair, E D Victoria
Campbell River, J J Nunn,C Nanaimo
Cassiar, J L Crimp, E D Cassiar
Cedar, E H Michael, E D Nanaimo
Ckemainus, Hy Bonsall, C Victoria
I        Hy Croft
R G Porter, E D  Cowichan
and Nanaimo
Chilcoten,   M   G   Drummond,   E   D
Cariboo
Ohilliwack, G R Ashwell   E D New
Westminster
Clinton, Ed Allen, E D Lillooet
F W Foster
Eli Harrison
J Martley
J Saul
J F Smith E D Cariboo,
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W H Lilley, E D Kootenay
G E Manuel, 0 Kootenay
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Findlay Creek, JBraly, ED Kootenay
Fort Simpson, R H Hall
,,        G Williscroft, Coast District
,,        L Wootton
Galiano Island,  F Murchison,   E   i
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Golden, A P Cummins, E D Kootenay
Grohman, W A B Gmhman „
T Owen, E
Harrison Lake, John McDonald Westminster
Highland  District,  H  M Dumbleton
Vancouver Island
Hope, James Ward I e, E D Yale
Hot    Springs,    James S Delauey,
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Kamloops, J T Edwards,
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Wm Jones
J A Mara
J Mcintosh
H M Ridley
Kettle River,   S Jones
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Cariboo and Lillooet
Lac La Hache, A A McKinlay, Cariboo
and Lillooet
Lac   La Hache,   Morrison, E D   Lillooet and Cariboo
Ladner's Landing, Hy D Benson, E D
New Westminster
J Kirkland
H Ladner "
J McKee senr      "
Langley, A J Boville, "
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J H Coulthard
James Mackie
John Maxwell, Westminster
Lightening  Creek,   A   Lindsay,   E D
Cowichan
Lillooet, Richard Hoey
Little Dog Creek, in  L Meason, E  D
Lillooet and Cariboo
Lome Creek, N Fitzstubbs
Lytton, Johann H Bansz, E D Yale
<w   A Stevenson 1
|    T Steward 1
Maple Bay, S Skinner, E D Cowichan
Maple Ridge,  Hector Ferguson. E  D
New Westminster
Maple Ridge,W J Harris, Municipality
of Maple Ridge
Maple Ridge, J Laity, E D Westminster
Matsqui, C B Sword
,,      J Tretheway, E D Westminster
Mayne Island, J Puetz, E D Cowichan
,,        W M Robson,   Westminster
Metchosin, W Fisher
,,        R Weir
Moodyville, B Springer,  Westminster
Naas River, P Birrell,   Coast  District
,,        James Welsh, E D   Cassiar
Nanaimo, J as A Abrams
MBate
J Bryden
Harry Cooper, E D Nanaimo
James Harvey
James McLay
J Pawson
E Pimbury
J P Planta
S M Robins
Alex Shaw, Vancouver
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T C Atkinson,   New  Westminster and City
W Norman Bole
Hugh Boyd, E D New Westminster
D W Brown „
W Clarkson
John S Clnte,   E  D   Westminster and City
J Cunningham
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B Douglas
H V   Edmonds,   City and
District Westminster
W D Ferris
T R   Figg, E D   Cowichan
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A W Lundbom, E D Yale
Henry   Mathers,   City  and
District  Westminster
A H McBride,   Bailiwicic of
the Sheriff foi  the City
of  Westminster
P    McTiernan,     City   and
Distirct Westminster
Thomas Mouat
G   Pittendrigh,    City    and
E D Westminster
,.        T Shannon, Municipality of
Surrey
,,        James Wise
Nicola, John Clapperton
John Chipp-
Edwin Dalley, E D Yale
J Gilmore
,,        T Woodward
North Arm,T Kidd, ED, New Westminster
A Kilgour, E DNew Westminster
F McCleery,E D New Westminster
0 D Sweet, E D New Westminster
North Bend, Wm Edmunds, C Yale
Okanagan, F Brent, E D Yale
A Postill
E J Tronson
T Wood
Omineca, G Kenny
One Hundred a*d Fifty Mile, Henry
Bird, ED Cariboo
One Hundred   and "tfihj Mile, Wm
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Pender   Island,   W   Grimmer,    ED
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Penticton, T Ellis
Port Hammond, E Mohun
Port Moody, G Butchart, E D West-
minster
Port ' Moody,  T  S  McGillvray,  E D
Westminster
Port Moody, J Taylor, ED Westminster
Princeton, J F Allison, E D Yale
Quamichan, Henry Fry
Lieut-CofW C Matthew,
Victoria
J H Rowbotham
H 0 Wellburn
Quesnelle Fork, Wm Stephenson, E D
Cariboo
Quesnelle Mouth, A Barlow
W A Johnson, ED
Cariboo
J Stone
Quilchena, J D Lander, E D Yale
Revelstoke, J F Hume, Bailiwick of
the Sheriff of Kootenay
Revelstoke, G M Sproat
Rivers Inlet, John A Carthew, Coast
District
Rivers  Inlet,  Robert Draney,  Coast
District
Saanich, J T Mcllmoyl
Saanich North,  Wm Reay, E D Victoria if**-
Saanich South, E Musgrave
Salt Spring Island, J H Gallagher, E D
Cowichan
Saturna   Island,    Wm    Elford,    ED
Cowichan
Shawnigan, John .Nightingale
Similkameen, R L Causton, C Yale
Skeena, C W D Clifford, Coast District
,,      J Cuthbert, Coast District
,,   „ W H Dempster,  Coast Dist.
Soda Creek, T Meldrum, ED Cariboo
and Lillooet
Somenos, W Drinkwater, City Victoria
Sooke, James Keill, ED Esquimalt
,,     R Muir ,,
Spallumcheen,  Donald  Graham,  E D
Vale
Spallumcheen, John Hamill, C Yale
M Lumby, E D Yale
Jas. T Steele
G J Wallace,
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Sumas, W M Campbell
D McGillvray
D W Miller
A K Wells
Tobacco Plains [Kootenay], M Phillips,
E D Kootenay
Upper Sumas,   C N Ackerman,   Westminster
Upper Sumas,  Wm Faddeo, C  Westminster
Vancouver, Henry Abbott,  E D New
Westminster
Vancouver, R H Alexander
Dunn Thomas
M A McLean
H A Mellon
G Robertson
Vernon, W Dewdney
Victoria, E Crow Baker
G W Brown
R H Brown
J Clearihue, E D Cassiar
H E Croasdaile
Wm Dalby
A C Elliott
John Fannin, E D   Westminster
Rod Finlavson
E H Fletcher
John Grant, E D Cassiar
A B Gray
Dennis R Harris |§|§
C Hay ward, Victoria City
Hon J S Helmcken
J G Holmes
Edwin Johnson
A J Langley
J B Lovell
W J Macdonald
E B Marvin
J McAlister
R B McMicking
J E McMillan
George Morison
James Murray
Hon Hugh Nelson
Hon P O'Reilly
J Parker, E D Esquimalt
A F Pemberton
J D Pemberton
Francis  Page,   E D    Westminster
I W Powell
Wm Rennie, E D Cariboo
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Victoria, Gilbert Robinson, C Victoria
E D Cowichan
W A Robertsou
Hon John Robson
N Shakespeare
T Shotbolt
N P Snow den, C Victoria
J H Todd
Hon J H Turner
Hon C A Vernon
R Wallace .
Robert Ward
W C Ward
Victoria District, Francis T Child, ED
Esquimalt
Vesuvius Bay, J Broadwell, E D Cowichan
A Walter
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West Coast, V, I.,    Henry  GuilJford,
V 1,  and Islands on West
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Wharnock, W C Sampson
Wild Horse Creek, Hon F W Aylmer,
E D Kootenay
J Parker
W Fernie
Ed Kelly
Jno Russell
Williams Lake, F G Higman
W Pinchbeck,  E D Cariboo
and Lillooet
|G Goldie, C Kootenay
Windermere, J McKay. E D Kootenay
Yale, Wm Teague, E D Yale
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Where not stated the Jurisdiction extends over the Province.
Abbreviations :—E.D. Electoral District; C. County of
Alberni, J C Molles, Alberni Div, E D
Nanaimo
Ashcroft, J J Mackay
Barkerville, S Rogers, E D Cariboo
Cache Creek, C A Semlin
Chilliwack, S Mellard, ED Westmin-
ster
Clover Valley,   H   ^Thrift,   Surrey
Municipality
Comox, Wm Halliday, E D Comox
,,      James Robb
Cowichan, H O Wellburn
Donald, G E Manuel
G M Spragge
AW Vowell
Enderby, Samuel Gibbs
Golden, J C Hayes
Hot Springs, J Delaney, C Kootenay
Kamloops, Wm Cochrane
,, WW Spinks
W H Whittaker
Ladner's Landing, Wm McKee,  ED
Westminster
Lillooet, B D Bnllard, E D Lillooet
Nanaimo, D Smith, A H Home,. E M
Varwood
New Westminster, R W Armstrong
T C Atkinson
LP Erskein
A G Gamble
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Peter Grant
A C B Jack
E A Jenns
S T Mackintosh
James Pelly
Geo Pittendrigh
Edwin Rand
T O Townley
Thos J Trapp
F G Walker
W J Walker
E M N Woods
Nicola, J Clapperton, C Yale
Port Moody, J S Meek,  Burrard Inlet
Revelstoke, J F Hume, C Kootenay
South Thompson, J Ross, C Yale
Spallumcheen, D Rabbitt, E D Yale
,, G J Wallace,
Sumas, G W Chadsey
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Vancouver, R H Alexander
R A Anderson
A P Black
A S Black
T T Black
A E Beck
J Boultbee
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G H Geary
James Z Hall
A St George Hamersley
L R Harrison
F C Innes
H A Jones
C Gardiner Johnson
F W Johnstone
G A Jordan
A O Leask
E A Magee
M A McLean
L G McPhillips
H A Mellon
A C Muir
C D Rand
E E Rand, City of V
S O Richards
Gideon Robertson
A W Ross
J Rounsefell
F WRounsefell
J A Russellj
H L Snowdon
J M Spinks
R G Tatlow
F H Tuck
A Williams
J Wdlfisohn
W Dewdney
R S Hanna
J J Austin
E Crow Baker
A L Belyea
F Bourchier
H G Hall
W S Hamptoni
D R Harris
E A   Hart
H F Heisterman
H D Helmcken
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W C Martin
„        CD Mason
„ .      H S Mason
W H Mason
J P Mills
CF Moore
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,,        H C Robinson
,,        G A Sargison
,,        G Simon
,,        N P Snowden
Wm J Taylor
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F G Walker
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The Date preceding Name is Date of Call, as Barristers.
The Date following Name is Date of Admission as Solicitors.
A residence of twelve months in British Columbia is required by those duly
called and admitted to practice as Barristers and Solicitors in England, Ireland
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QO;DM Eberts, J S Yates, G E Corbould, R E Jackson, Thornton Fell
Ashcroft, 1865 C F Cornwall
Donald, 1888 A E M Spragge
Kamloops, 1885 W W Spinks 1887
Kamloops, 1889 W H Whittaker 1889
Metlakahtla, S Y Wooton 1884
Nanaimo, 1873 Eli Harrison 1874
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Nanaimo, 1878 A T D McElmen 1875
New Westminster, 1873 H B W Aikman
1867
1883 R W Armstrong 1883
1886 T C Atkinson 1885
1878 W N Bole 1877
0 B Cherry 1889
1882 G E Corbould, Q C 1880
1889 L P Eckstein 1888
1889 A C B Jack 1889
1887E J Jenns
1882 A J McColi 1882
1889TOTownley-
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Vancouver, A S Black 1888
1889 AStGHamersley
1889 A C Muir 1889
1887 J N Muir 1887
1888 S O Richards 1888
J A Russell 1889
1889 F H Tuck 1889
Victoria, 1889 A L Belyea 1889
1886 E V Bodwell
1877 T Davie Q C, 1873
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1882 T Fell 1879 •
1889 G H Hall 1889
1883 H D Helmcken 1883
1873 J R Hett 1871
1873 R E Jackson 1865
G J Jay 1883
1873 Edwin Johnson 1870
1882 P^E Irving 1882
1875 C J Leggatt 1873
C D Mason 1889
1873 H S Mason 1870
1882 S P Mills 1882
C C Pemberton 1889
1878 C E Pooley Q C, M P P
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1871 A N Richards Q C, 1875
1884 W J Taylor
1888 F G Walker 1888
1882 J P Walls 1879
1883 C Wilson 1883
1888 E E Wooton
1883 J S Yates 1884
Medical Register of British Columbia.
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Barkervilie, H Watt
Chilliwack, d C Henderson
Clinton, George Sanson
MS Wade
Comox, W TiStrothers
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Cowichan, H Robotham
Donald, W A Richardson
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Kamloops, Sibree Clarke
tt        Edward Furrer
I        S J Tunstall
Ladners, G T A W Reinhard
Nanaimo, L T Davis
I        R S B O'Brien
tt        A E Praeger
I        WW Walkem
New Westminster, R J Bentle\
„        H M Cooper
,,        C J Fagan
„        T S Hall
,,       I M McLean
New Westminster, T R Mclnnes
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Nicola, John Chipp
Spallumcheen, E J Offerhaus
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P.O. Box 294.
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Victoria, F W Hall
John Hall
E B C Hanington
H Harrison
J S Helmcken
J D Helmcken
E S Hasell
W Jackson
W H Mc N Jones
J B Matthews
G L Milne
R R Morrison
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W C MacGillis
C F Newcombe
I W Powell
W Redmond
W Ren wick
E Stevenson
Wellington, Duncan Eberts
B B Clark
W M Hendrickson
R McDou«rall
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Foreign Consuls in British Columbia.
Hawaiian Islands—R P Rithet, Wharf Street, Victoria
Japanese F Sugimura, 421 Howe Street Vancouver
Sweden and Norway—Robert Ward, 76 Wharf Street, Victoria
B Springer (Vlce-Consul) Moodyville
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E Marvin, sen. (Vice Consul) 69 Wharf St. Victoria
Charles M Bolton (Consular Agent) Vancouver
J H Hawthorn thwaite (Consular Agent) Nanaimo
Post Offices and Money Order Offices  in  British Columbia
with Names of Postmasters.
The Offices in Italics are Money Order Offices.
Aberdeen, W H Dempster
Alberni, C Taylor jun.
Aldergrove, P Jackman jun.
Alert Bay, S A Spencer
Alexandria, A D Mclnnes
Alkali Lake,
Agassiz, LA Agassiz
Ashcroft, H P Cornwall
AshcroftStaion, W B V Bailey
Barkerville, James Stone
Beaver Point, Alex McLennan
Big Bar Creek, Philip Grinder
Bursroyne Bay  S Maxwell
Burrard Inlet, Geo Black
Cache Creek, J Irvin
Cedar, John Hill
Chemainus, H Hague
Chilcoten, Jos T Mayor
Chilliwack, S Mellard
Clinton, A LeBourdais
Clover Valley, D McKenzie
Cobble Hill, H T Porter
Comox, Samuel Creech
Corfidd, G T Corfield
Col wood, A Peatt
CouUee, Gilbert Blair
Cowichan, G B Ordano
Cranbrook, Jas Baker
Dog Creek, J S Place
Donald, G H Press well
Douglas Lake. J B Greaves
Duck and Pringles. O S Batchelor
East Wellington. W S Chandler
Elgin. Joseph Dales
Emory. Katherine Geisler
Enderby. Oliver Harvey
Esquimalt. J T Howard
Fairmont Springs. Geo Geary
Field. H G Parson
Fort Simpson, R H Hall
Fort Steele, C Claik
Gabriola Island, A Shaw Jr
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Golden, C A Warren
Goldstream, James Phair
Grand Prairie, J J Homfray
Granite Creek, Wm Thompson
Grantham, H Grieve
Grohman
Halls Prairie, D W Brown
Harrison Hot Springs, J R Brown
Harrison River, John Barker
Hatzie Prairie, L Thompson
Hope, James Wardle
Illiciliiwaet, W T Atherton
Johnson Landing, A P Prestley
Kamloops, E H Jones
Keithley Creek, G A Veith
Keremeos, Thomas Daly
Koksilah, J Crosier
Kootenay, D Griffiths
Lac La Hache,   O A McKinlay
Ladner's Landing, Thomas McNeely
Langley, J M Drummond
Langley Prairie, Wm Murray
Lillooet, Mrs C Phair
Lower Nicola. R Woodward
Lulu Island. M H London
Lytton, Louis Cuvreau
McPherson's Station, George Jones
Maple Bay. M Beaumont
Matsqui. James Tretheway
Metchosin. Mrs R Gleed
Moodyville. B Springer
Mount Lehman. E Thompson
Nanaimo. W Earl
Nanoose Bay. W Roberts
Nelson. F Wells
New Westminster, J C Brown
Nicola Lake, A E Howse
North Arm. H M Eburne
North Bend. Peter Fink
North Saanich. H Brackman
Okanagon. C O Keefe
Okanagan Mission. B Lequim
150 Mile House. R Borland
Osoyoos. Theo*Kruger
Otter Point. E Gordon
Parksville. Nelson Parks
Pavilion. Wm Lee
Plumper Pass, Wm T Collinson,
Port Hammond, W J Harris
Port Haney. D Docksteader
Port Moody. Joseph Tayes
Princeton. J F Allison
Quadra. R T Swan
Qnamichan. W P Jaynes
Quesnelle. A McNaughten
Quesnelle Forks. W Stephenson
Quilchena. R Charters
Revelstoke T A Sproat
Riverside. C B Sword
Rock Creek. Thos. Elliott
Rockford. Robert Scott
Rogers Pass. Jas M Carroll
Salt Spring Island. J Broadwell
Sand wick. Erie Duncan
Sardis. A S Vedder
Savona Ferry. J H McNabb
Sayward Alberni, F McQuillon
Sea Island, Kenneth Sweet
Shopland. J Shopland
Shuswap. Alex McBryan
Sicamous. F G Christie
Skeena. R Cunningham
Soda Creek. R McLeese
Somenos. Mrs M A Kier
Spoke. John Muir
South Saanich. J D Bryant
Spence's Bridge. John Murray
Spillamacheen. G J Wallace
Sumas, D McGillivray
Surrey Centre. A Huck
Union. David Little
Upper Sumas. Wm Fadden
Vancouver. 3 Miller
Van Winkle. Mrs Laura Dodd
Vernon. Luc Girouard
Victoria. Hon. N Shakespeare
Wellington. James Hill
White Valley, P Bisset
Whonnock. N Oliver
Windermere. F J Brady
Yale, D Page
A Provincial Directory will be issued in January, 1891,
far exceeding all previous editions.
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Superintendent: James Wilson.
Agassiz
Albert Canyon
Ashcroft
Barkerville
Beaver
Bear Creek
Bridge Creek
Cherry Creek
Chilli wack
Chemainus
Clanwilliam
Clinton
Clover Point
Clover Valley
Cobble Hill
(Jraigellachie
Departure Bay
Donald
Ducks
Duncans
Esquimalt
Field
Glacier House
Golden City
Griffin Lake
Hector
Hammond
Harrison
Hope
Illicilliwaet
Kamloops
Keefers
Koksilah
Leanchoil
Lytton
Ladner's
Matsqui
Mission
Moodyville
Nanaimo
New Westminster
Notch Hill
North Bend
Otter Tail
Palliser
Landing
PortMoody
Quesnelle
Revelstoke
Rogers Pass
Ross Peak Siding
Ruby Creek
Salmon Arm
Savonas
Shuswap
Sicamous
Six Mile Creek
Soda Creek
Spatsum
Spence's Bridge
Stanley
Twin Butte
Vancouver
Valdez
Victoria
Wellington7
Westminster Junction
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POSTAL  RATES  FOR THE  PROVINCE  OF  B.C.
Letters.
LETTERS.    Canada and United States 3 cents per 1 oz or fiaction (hereof.
Great Britain and Newfoundland, 5 cents per ^ oz, or fraction thereof
City or Drop Letters,  for city delivery   2   cents per oz or faction
thereof.
Registration Fee.    United States, Great Britain and European countries,
Canada or Newfoundland 5 cents.
Letters addressed to places in the United States must be prepaid at
least one full rate (3 cents) jj otherwise they will be sent to tba Dead Letter
Office
Letter? addressed to any place in Canada, wholly unpaid, will be sent
to the Dead Letter Office.
Letters addressed to places in Canada, and at least partially prepaid,
will be forwarded to destination, subject on delivery to double the amount
of postage remaining unpaid.
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Redirected Letters to any place in United States or Canada will be for-
war led free provided they are not taken from the Post-office, otherwise
full rite will be charged.
Post Cards.
Canada and the United States, one cent each. For Great Britain, Newfoundland and all Postal Union Countries, two cents each. Reply
cards, for Canada only, two cents each. Nothing must be attached to
a Post Card, nor must the card be cut or de'aced in any way.
Commercial Papers and Legal Documents may be sent to United States,
One-it Britain and all European Countries at 5 cents for the first 10
t zs and 1 cent for ev^ry additional 2 oz?. JfBj
Books and Miscellaneous Matter.
Books, Pamphlets, Circulars, to Canada, 1 cent per 4 ozs ; to the United
States and Great Britain 1 cent, per 2 ozs; Photographs, Printers'
Proof Sheets, etc., addressed to Canada or Newfoundland, the United
States, Great Britain and all European Countries i cent per 2 ozs.
No package most exceed 2 feet in length by 1 foot in width or depth.
The limit of weight for Canada, United States and Great, Britain is 5 lbs.
for other Postal Union countries, 4 lbs.
Seeds, Cuttings, Bu^bs. Roots and Scions or Grafts can only be sent
to the United States a^ 5th Class Matter, 1 cent per oz. when posted for
delivery in Canada, the postage is 1 ceqt per 4 oz., and t- e limit of weight
4 lbs.
Newspapers.
TRANSIENT Newspape.-s within the Dominion, United States or Newfoundland 1 cent per 4 ozs. of fraction thereof. A single newspaper open
weighing less than I oz. will be forwarded for \ cent.
To the United Kingdom and all European countries 1 cent for 2 ozs.
or under,    in all cases the postage must be fully prepaid.
'||Parcel Post.      [4th Class Matter.)   .   %■■
United States—R^te, I cent per oz. ; limit of weight, 4 lbs.; size 2 feet
by I foot.    Must not be sealed
' Canadian—6 cents per 4 ozs.; limit of weight, 5 lbs.; size 2 feet by 1 ft.
Can be registered, fee 5 cents.
United Kingdom—£5 cents per lb., or under; limit of weight 5 lbs ; *ize
2 feet by 1 foot.    Customs declaration must be attached.
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Newfoundland—45 cents per lb. or under; limit of weight 5 lbs.; size
2 feet by 1 foot.    A Customs declaration must be attached.
Sample Post.
Sample Post—to any place in Canada and Newfoundland, 1 cent per  4
ozs. j limit of weight 24 ozs.
United States, England, and all places in Europe, 2 cents per 2 ozs.
and 1 cent for every additional 2 ozs. ; limit 8 ozs.
Money Orders.
Money Order Offices opened from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
All letters containing money orders should be registered.
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$20 „ „        $40  20c
$40 „ „        $60  30c
$60 „ „        $80  40c
$80 „ „        $100   .. 50c
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$20  „ „ $30 ... 30c
$30  „ „ $40 ... 40c
$50 ... 50c
No single money order payable in the Dominion can be issued for more
than $100,but as u any of $100 each may be given to the same person.
Foreign Postal  Rates.
Letters pei
America,
Australia.
Cape Colony,
Fiji Island,
Natal,
New Zealand
St. Helena,
J oz.     Newspapers per 2 ozs.      Book Packets per 2 ozs.
Letters 3 c.    Postal Cards 1 c.    Newspapers 1 c.     Book
Packets 1 c.    Registration fee 2 e.
New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria Letters
12 c.    South and Western Austealia Letters 7 c    Newspapers 2c.   Book packets 3 c.   Registration fee 15 c.
Letters 15c. Newspapers 2c. Book pkts 3c. Registration 6 c
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East Indies (Dutch) Java, etc.
Falkland Island
Gambia
Gold Coast
a Guidar (in Beloochistan)
a India British
Lagos
Mauritius
a Muscat (in Arabia)
Persia
Seychelles Islands
Sierra Leone
Strait Settlements, Sing spore, etc
Zanzibar
West India Islands
b British via Halifax
cb British via York
Spanish via Halifax
c b Spanish via New Yc rk
b c Danish
a Book Packets 3d. & Book Packets \c. c Letters 5c.
The following  Countries rate is for Letters \oz. 5c, Postal Cards 2c,
Newspapers 2oz. la, Book Packets 2oz. lc, Registration fee.
Algeria
Argentine Confederation
Austria Hungary
Bahamas
Belguim
Bermuda
d Brazil
d Chili
e d Columbia
e Constantinople
Cyprus
Denmark   including   Iceland    and
Faroe Islands
Egypt
France
Germany
Gibralter
Great Britain ana! Ireland
Greece
d Guinea [British]
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Hayti
d Honduras
d Honduras [British Belize]
Italy
Japan
Luxembourg
Malta
d Mexico
Netherlands
Newfoundland
Norway
d Peru
Portigal     including    Azores  and
Madeira Islands
Roumania
Russia including Finland
d Sandwich Islands
e Smyrna
Spain
St. Domingo
Sweden
Switzerland
e Turkey, European and Asiatic
d Venezuela
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List of Schools and Teachers in
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vport of the Superintendent of
pupils enrolled during the year was 6,3<~2, an
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The total numbers of
increase ol 1,027, and t
increase of 219.68.
The total expenditure for education proper was $99,902,04, an excess
over the previous year of $11,380,96.
The expenditure for the construction of School Houses, furniture &c,
was $13,777,32, a decrease of $3,928,24.
The number of bchools in operation were 99 with 124  Teachers 24
Monitors.
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Ash croft, Miss !
Barkerville. W
Beaver Point, I
Beaver Creek, -
Big Bar, J C M
Bonaparte.—vacant
Boundary Bay, Miss A C
Burgoyne Bay, Jas Doug
Burtons Prairie, Miss M
Caoh^ Creek, J Irwin    -
Cadboro Bay, Miss M Pickard
Canoe Pass, Mrs A C McDouald
Cedar Hill, R Landells
Cedar North, Miss J Mebius
Cedar South, Miss L Botting
Centreville, W M Wood.    Monitor
Miss L M Ferguson
Cheam, Nicholas R Hopkins
Chemainus, Miss Alice E Currie
Chilliwack. E J Campbell
Chilcotin,—closed
Clinton, Miss A S Bailey
Clover Valley, John A McL* an
Colwood, R E Johnston
Comox North—vacant
Comox South, James Sutherland
Courttnay, Miss F E Cox
Cowichan, W A Levinge
Cowichan Sth, Miss A L Johnston 1
Craigflower, A M Bannerman
Denman Island, Miss E Coghlan
Departure Bay, Miss M H Crockford
Donald, Wm Sievewri»ht
Enderby, J J Bannerman
English, A B McNeill
Empire, —closed
Esquimalr, David Jones
Gabriqla North, Mis* M Heard
Gabriola South, R J Douglas
Grand Prairie, Miss A Creelman
Hall's Prairie, J R McLeod
Haney, Hugh McKay
Hope, Miss J Wilson
Kamloops, Principal E S Woods
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Kensington, Miss M Allen
Lake, W Tomlinson
Langley,
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Girls, Principal Miss A F Gardiner
1st Assist. Miss M Bryant
2nd Assist. Miss I Brown
New Westminster,—
High School, H M Stramberg B A
Boys, Principal W C Coatharn
,,    1st Assist. G M Dockrill
„    2nd    |    Miss M Dockrill
„  j 3rd     „    Miss M Homer
Girls, Principal Miss E Rogers
„    1st Asst Miss E A Davidson
I    2nd   „    Miss B Millard
West Side, M E Currie
Nicola, Miss J R Oldirig |
Nicola Lake,—closed
Nicola Valley, Miss J M McQueen
North Arm, Miss M M Harding
North Thompson, E E Mm risen
Okanagan, F J Watson
Oyster, Miss 0 C   Curry
Port Moody, Miss Melrose Dockrill
Prairie, Jos McLennan
Quamichan, Miss M F Halliday
Quesnelle, Miss A M Northcott
Revelstoke. J W Thompson
Rocky Point, Miss F C Fraser
Round Prairie, Duncan Ross
Saanich North, Augus B McNeill
Saanich South   G ti.S.luggett
Saanich West, J Mc K McLenn-m
Sapperton, Miss E Bell
Shawnigan, James A Hoy
Shuswap Prairie, Miss S Preston
Somenos, Mi»s J W Blair
Sooke, Miss A E Carmichael
Sooke East, Mi?s Alice Harrison
Spallumcheen, D J McDonald
Spence's Bridge, Thos Clyde
Stave River, Miss M L Kepp
St. Mary, Mission, John Gillis
Sumas, Thomas Bryant
Tolmie, Miss M C Austin
Union Mines Wm Gilchrist
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1st Assist Miss M Hartney
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1st Assis Miss Alice Christie
2nd    „    Miss M J Murchie
3rd    ,,    Miss Emma Hay
West, Principal T A McGarrigle
1st Assist Miss E AJamieson
2nd    I    Miss M L Har ling
3rd    ,,    Miss I Rutherford
False Creek, Miss A J McDougall
Vernon, R S Hanna
Vesuvius, R ATurdy
Victoria,-
HIGH SCHOOL.
Principal, J P McLeod, M A
1st Assist. R Offerhaus
2nd    |      SB Netherby
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Principal, J A Halliday
1st Assistant, I F Smith
2nd       ,,        James Kaye
E F D.>ran
Miss E Sylvester
Miss A Pollard
Miss J M Bradley
Miss M Picard
Miss F C Fraser
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Miss A D Cameron
Miss A Keast
Miss E Carmichael
Miss S A RobioMon
Miss A J Monro
James Bay Ward, rI eacher, MissC W
Forrest.     Monitor,   Miss C T
Lorimer.
Hillside,   Teacher,   Miss  K  Todd,
Monitor, Miss G Withrow
Rock Bay, Teacher Miss L Oorton,
Monitor, Miss S Kerm-ode
Spring   Ridge,  Teacher  Miss L A
Barron. Mntr.MissG H Fawcett
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KAMLOOPS
Bank of Brti-h Columbia—Incorporated by Royal Charter Capital
£500,000 in 25.000 shares of £20 each, with power to increase
Head office, 28 Cornhill, London, England. Agent at Kamloops,
I C Duckereil.
NANAIMO.
Bank of British Columbia—Agent, Gso Cruickshrnks; Acting Accountant, Chas Dempster.
NEW   WESTMINSTER."
Bank of British Columbia—Columbia Street, Manager, Isaac B Fisher ; E.
A Wyl.J, Accountant.
Bank of Montreal, Established 1818. Capital $12,000,000 fully paid up.
Rest $6,000,000. Head office Montreal, Established in New Westminster April 1st, 1888.   Office Columbia street. Agent, GD Brymner.
VANCOUVER-
Bank of British Columbia, 438 Hastings Street West, Manager J C Keith;
H Rhodes Accountant.
Bank of British North America; Incorporated by Royal Citaiter, pai .up
carital £1,000,000 sterling.   London office S Clements lane, London,
England ^ office in Vancouver, 32 Carrall, corner Oppeuheimcr Street.
Agent D Simpson.
Bank ot Montreal, Established 1818, head office Montreal, capital all paid
np ; office in Vancouver, 440 Hastings Street West—Manager C Sweeny.
Bewick and Wulffsohn,private bankets.; offices 424 and 426 Cordova Street.
Luffcrty and Moore,  private bankers; Whetham Block,   Cordova, corner
Cambie Street
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Bank of British Columbia, Government  St. corner Fort St.     Manager
W C Ward.
Bank of British North America, 33 Yates St.    Manager. G H Burns.
Garescbe, Green and Co., Private Bankers, 81 Govern mens Street
DOMINION SAVINGS BANKS.j
The annual limit ot deposit for each person must not exceed $300 in
one fiscal year with a maximum limit of $1,000.
McLENNAfl and tycFEELY, 132 Cordova SI
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VICTORIA.
Post Office Building, Government St.    Manager, John Graham
NANAIMO. ~"^""
Post Office Building, Front St.    Agent, A H Home
POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS.
Deposits from $1.00 upwards on which 4 per cent interest is allowed
will be received for transmission to the Central Office of the Post Office
Savings Bank. Pass Books and every information to be had on application.
Chilliwack, Vancouver, Kamloops, New Westminster, Victoria.
BOARDS OF TRADE.
VICTORIA.
B. C. Board of Trade. Office, Bank Building,Governmentj|Street. Annual
Election of Officers, first Friday in July.    Board Meetings, first Friday in
each quarter.
Officers:—Robert Ward, President;   Thomas  B Hall, Vice-President; W
Monteith, Secretary.
Council, 8 : —A A Green, R P Ritchet,   M T Johnston,   H E  Croasdaile,
Thos. Earle, A C Flumerfelt, E A McQuade, D W Higgins, M P P
Arbitration Board,  12:—A A Green, R P Ritchet, M T Johnston, H E
Croasdaile, II F Heisterman, J H Todd, Thos. Earle, A 0 Flumerfelt,
E A McQuade, D W Higgins, M P P, E G Prior, M P, Jas. S Yates
NANAIMO.
Annual Meeting, third Tuesday in May. Boar! Meetings quarterly at
City Hall. President, S M Robins. Vice-President, A Haslem.
Secretary and Treasurer, M Wolfe.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
Odd Fellows Building, Columbia St. corner Lome St. Annual election
of Officers, in Februaiy.    Council Meetings, monthly, third Wednesday.
Board Meetings quaiterly.    President, John Hendry; Vice- Preside ut, T
JgTrapp : Secretary and Treasurer, D Robson.
Council:—B Douglas, Thos Cunningham, W Wolfenden, W A Duncan,
E S Scoullar, Alex Ewen, H Elliott, Jas. Punch.
Arbitration Board :—The Members of the Council and Wm. Me Coll, 0 M
Beecher, and D Drvsdale.
VANCOUVER. 1: •
Office, 1 Oppenheimer Street. Annual election of Officers, first
Tuesday in March. Beard Meeting, first Tuesday in each quvter.
R   H   Alexander,   President;   H  T  Ceperley,  Vice-President; A H B
Macgowan, Secretary.
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Council:—Thos Dunn, J C Keith, F C Cotton, J  M Ciute, Wm  Skene,
W D On-ighton, D Oppenheimer, J M Browning.
Arbitration Boar J :—Thos Dunn, Wm Skene, J 0 Keith. F C Cotton,   W
D Creubton, H T Ceperley, J M Clate, A O Leask, Jas.  Whetham.
J B Henderson, Geo Turner, J W McFarland.
CUSTOMS  STATISTICS.
Exports from ami Imports int) the  following Ports for the Fiscal year
ending June 30th, 1889.
§ ' Jfv EXPORTS.
Victoria        $1,946,186.00
Nanaimo      ..;        „#| 1,851,419.00
Vancouver   ...        ...      516^636.00
Ntw Westminster   ...        46,388.00
IMPORTS.
Victoria, total value $2,862,803.00
Nanaimo    „        „        301.016.00
Vancouver  „        „        413,937.00
New Westminster,.        132,053.00
Extracted from the B.C. Board of Trade report.
Duty Reed $789,158.83
Duty Coll.     60.440.36
134,679.55
21,29952
MILITIA.—Province  of  British Columbia.
Military District No  11    Hetdqnaiters Victoria
Deputy Adjutant General, Lieut Col J G Holmes RCA [acting]
District Paymaster and Superintendent of Stores, Captain A W Jonts
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Artillery "C" Battery.—Victoria.
Commandant, Lieut Col J G Holrnps Major, J  Peters Captain, T Benson
Lieutenauts, J Ogiivie, F M Gaudet
Surgeon, J A Duuctn, M D, Quartermaster, Palmer, E Captaia
British Columbia    rigade of Garrison Artillery.
Headquarters Victoria B.C. (Organized G O October 12th   1883)
Lieut Col, E G Prior M P., Major, Jno Niehoiles
Adjutant Captain, N P Snowden, Surgeon, J B Matthews
Paymaster Captain W Shears,  Quartermaster Captain W if Dorman
No 1 Battery New Westminster- Captain G M Mc Naughten, 2nd Lieut
T Mowat
Jfo 2 Battery Victoria —Captain P R Irving, 1st and 2nd Lieut, vacant
No 3 Battery Victoria—Captain W J Quinlan. 1st and 2n S Lieut, vacant
No 4 Battery Victoria—Captain W B Smallfield,   Lieut  F   W Robson,
2nd Lieut, vacant
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Rifle Companies.
New Westminster (organized by G  0 24th April 1887)—Captain  E  S
Scouliar, 1st Lieut F K Glover, 2nd Lieut A F Cotton
Rifle Associations.
New Westminster—President W Wolfendeu, Vice-Presidents John
Hendry, Captain E S Scoullar, Captain McNaughten. Council
Lieut Mowat, J S Fraser, A G Cotton, H C Chamberlain, W McColl,
J Reed, Geo Turnbull, James Wilson. Sec & treasurer J A McMartin.
Range at Brownsville
I Vancouver— Officers elected annually in April, 1st Sat. President R H
Alexander, Vice President Dr Bell-Irving M D Sec H Brocklesby,
Treasurer H Ode, Armorer C C Tislall, with a committee of seven.
Range at Lynn's Creek, Moodyville
Victoria—Organized June 1889. Presider-t Lieui Col R Wolfenden, Vice-
President P R Irving, Sec B Williams (P O Box 413), Treasurer J L
Beck with, with a committee of 5. Range Clover Point, Beacon Hill.
Annual Subscription $2,50 Entrance fee $1,00
Kamloops—Being organised
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NEWSPAPERS  AND   PUBLICATIONS.
VICTORIA.
The Drily Colonist, (Established December 11th, 1858), published daily
morning and weekly by Messrs W H Ellis and A G Sargison. The
Colonist Building, 74 Government Street, Daily $10 per annum.
Weekly $2 per annum in advance. City Editor W H Eilis. Editor
H Lawson.
The Victoria Daily Times, (Registered, April 30th, 1885), published daily
(evening) and weekly by the Times Panting and Publishing Company
Limited, 35-37 Yates Street. Daily $10 per annum. Weekly $2
per annum in advance.    Manager and Editor, Wm Templeman.
The Victorian, published weekly each Saturday by W C Kurtz. Office 38
Fort Street.
The B. C. Monthly aud Mining Review,, proprietor J Montague Leet.
Office Government cor Yates.
The Monthly Recorder, published by the Young Men's Christian Association,
Editor F W Teague, Business Manager A E Reid. Subscription 50c
per annum.
B.C. Monthly Register, published by — Paulin, sen., 100 Government st.
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Nanaimo Free Press, issued daily, events and semi-weekly, Tuesdays
and Fridays. Office Commercial street. Proprietor and Editor|
George Norris.    Subscription $3.00 per^annum in advance.
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P.O. Box 477.     Telephone No. 212.     Special attention given to Investments for non-residents,
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522   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER.
VANCOUVER.
Vancouver News-Advertiser,  office Cambie  corner Pender Street.    Issued
daily (morning) except Monday and weekly each Wednesday.    Terms,
daily $8.00 per annum in advance.    Weekly $2.00 per annum in
advance.
Vancouver Daily World, Manager J 0 McLagan,  Editor J M  O'Brien.
Issued daily  (evening)  except Sunday,
Vorid Publishing Co.,  limited.
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The Monthly Review, published
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James England
The Institute, Issued monthly u
the Methodist Church, Edi
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Home Cheer, Issued monthly u
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Great Britain, $2.00 per annum in
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Miss Bowes, printed and published at the City Printing Works by
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NEW WESTMINSTER.
Daily British Columbian, issued daily each afternoon, except
weekly, each Wednesday morning, office Columbia street
and Publishers Kennedy Bros.
Truth, issued daily each morning, office Church street.    Proprietor and
Editor John Houston.
The Churchman s Gazette and New Westminster Diocesan Chronicle, issued
monthly.    Editor, Rev C Croucher.
KAMLOOPS.
The Inland Sentinel. Published weekly each Saturday.    Proprietor and
Editor H McCutcheon.    Terms, $3.00 per annum in advance.
REVELSTOKE.
The Kootenay Star, Issued weekly.    Subscription $3.00 per annum.    H
McCutcheon Publisher and Proprietor
^        AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS.
BRITISH COLUMBIA AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.
President, Wm Dalby : first Vice-President, Horatio Webb, Chilliwack;
second Vice-President, J D Bryant; Secretary, C E Renouf-
Treasurer, Noah Shakespeare. Directors for the Mainland and
outlying district, A S Vedder, Chilliwack; A Kirkland, Ladner's
Landing'; D McGillivray,  Sumas; W  J   Harris,  Maple   Rid^e; D
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<1>?«*i»»i Royal Tea Go. Importers of Finest Teas & Coffees
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PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Mathieson, Comox ; H Frye, M P P, Cowichan ; G Smith, Alberni f
Geo Black, Vancouver; W I McMinn, Lulu Island; J Abrams,
Nanaimo. For Victoria district, John Grant, J T Mclllmoyl, L
Goodacre, R Seabrook, Thos Earle, M.P., Chas Hayward, D H Ross.
G A McTavish, D R Kerr, E G Prior, M P.
Chilliwack—President, Horatio Webb I Secretary, G. W Chadsey
Cowichan—held   at   Duncans.      President,    F    H    Maitland-Dougall;
Secretary, Henry Bunsell
Delta—held at Ladaer's Landing.    President, Thos.  McNeely ; Secretary
A Gilchrist
Inland Agricultural Society—President,   C   A   Semlic,   Seer-Treasurer,
D C Morris
South Saanich—President, S Sandover ; Secretary, Mclntyre Dean
Surrey—President, A Ferguson; Secretary, H T Thrifts.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   FRUIT  GROWING
ASSOCIATION.
Offices, 1 Oppenheimer Street, Vancouver. Officers elected annually.
Ordinary Meeting quarterly. —President, J M Browning, Vancouver ;
First Vice-President, Thomas Cunningham, New Westminstet;
Secor d Vice-President, G VV Henry, Port Hammond; Secretary-
Treasurer, A H B Macgowan, Vancouver
Directors—G-eorge G Maekay,  Vancouver; Peter  Latham, New   West
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Matsqui; J^mes McAdam, Langley ; J Punch, Surrey; II B Bales,
Burton Prairie; E Hntcherson, Ladner's Landing; W J Harris,
Maple Ridge; John Clapperton, Nicola; W J Roper, Kamloops;
Alfred   Paste Ii,   Okanagan;    A L Fortune,   Spallumcheen ;    John
Murray, Spences Bridge ; C A Semlin, MP P, Cache Creek ; Richard
Hay, Lillooett; John P Booth, Salt Spring Island; J D Bryant,
Saanich; T R Figg, Mayne Island; J G Halfpenny, Nanaimo ;
Hon. 0 E Pooley, Esquimalt; H Fry, Cowichan; Ex-Governor
J Cornwall, Ashcrott; J W Lawson,North Arm ; A W Vowell,Donald
PROVINCIAL  EXHIBIT  ASSOCIATION  OF
BRITISH   COLUMBIA*
President—Mayor D. Oppeaheimer Vancouver, Vice-President Hon C F
Cornwall (Ashcroft), John Hendry (New Westminster), Mayor John
Grant MPP (Victoria), Hon Treasurer J Cooper Keith (Vancouver),
Sec W Seitz (Vancouver), with 28 District Representatives and an
Executive Council of 6 members. Correspondence addressed to
Secretary P 0 Box 606, Vancouver
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SALMON  CANNERIES   IN  THE   PROVINCE.
FRASER  RIVER.
Beaver Canning Co Fraser'River Fishery
Bon Accord Fish Co Harlock & Co
British American Packing Co 0 G Hobson & Co
B 0 Packing Co. Laidlaw & Co
British Columbia Canning Co Richmond Canning Co
Canoe Pass Canning Co Sea Island Canning Co
Delta Canning Co E A Wadbams
English & Co Wellington Packing Co
Ewen & Co
NAAS RIVER.
British Columbia Canning Co A J McLellan
Cascade Packing Co
RIVERS INLET.
Alert Bay Canning Co Wannock Packing Co
Rivers Inlet Canning Co
'    H      ' SKEESA RIVER. . ;
Balmoral Packing Co Inverness Canning C >
British America backing Co North Pacific Canning Co
R Cunningham Windsor Canning Co
The Annual Pack for the past 10 years : —
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1880     61,156
1881  ..173,800
1882 ....249,400v
1883 177,412
1884 .....138,947
1885 107,088
1886 163,004
1887 204,000
1888 J 170,000
1889..„_ .395,000
HUDSON   BAY  COMPANY.
(Original Charter granted 1670).   Trading Ports and Staff in the Province.
Thomas R Smith, Assistant Commissioner in charge of the business in
British Columbia.    Office Wharf Street, Victoria, B C
Offices—Wharf   Street; A   Munro,   Chief   Factor   Accountant.    J.   A.
Andrew, Cashier.    Clerks, R Combe, H E Field, A Ridgman,  F F
Hedges, A A Rhodes.    Messenger, G Booth.
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Import direct from the Manufacturers
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PROVINCIAL  INFORMATION.
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Depot and Saleshop—Wharf Street, WT Livock, factor in charge. Clerks
John F Chandler, F Appleton, HAS Morley, John Earsman, J
Richards, W f Goodwin, H W Pauline,  K  Middleton.    Packer,  A
McLeod, H Glide.    Warehouseman, H 0 Sullivan, Furrier, it H or ton,
Laborers, J Gilligan, Ah Chuae.
Cariboo District—A McN-uighton in charge.
Cassiar District—K N L McDonald in charge.
Fort Simpson District—R H Ball jun., chief factor in charge.
Fort Simpson—G Lockerby, G Gibson, clerks.
Hazelton— W D Gifford. clerk.
Massett— R F Ford, clerk
Hope—J A Fraser in charge
Kamloops—J O Grahame
Langley—J M Drummond in charge.    Clerk, W Wilkie
New Caledonia District—W E Traill factor in charge.
Babine—Angus Mcintosh, clerk
Bear Lake—Joseph Gordon, clerk
Fort George—Charles Garden, clerk
Fort St James—A C Murray, John McDonald, clerks
Fraser Like—Wm Sinclair, clerk
McLeod Lake—R F Alexander
Thomson Riv< r District—J Ogden Grahame factor in charge
Vancouver— 0 W Robson in charge.    0 A Wood, F 0 Field, Jas. Sharp,
A Lamb, clerks
Vernon—W Fuller in charge
Yale—Duncan Page in chirge
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Estiblished April 1889. President: the Hon Chmeut F Cornwall,
Ashcroft; Fir^t Vice-President., W H Ladner M P P, Ladner's
Landing ; Second Vice-President Lieut Col Holmes R C A, Victoria ;
Hon Treasurer, S Brighouse Vancouver ; Sec William Seitz,Vancouver
with a Committee of nine. Annunl Subscription $5,00 payable 1st day
of April     Admission Fee 15,00.    Lite Membership 850,00.
' B.C. POULTRY ASSOCIATION.
Victoria. President, Dr G L Milne ; Taeas, J Stewart; Sec, W S Chambers
B.C. REFUGE HOME.
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LIST OF   COMPANIES REGISTERED  DURING   1889.
The Nicola Mining Co Lt (foreign)   Office Victoria.   Capital §50,000 in
$50,000 shares of $1,00 each.   Registered Jany 3rd
Cottonwood Gold Mining Co (foreign) Office Victoria.   Capital $10,000 m
1000 shares of $10 each.   Registered February 22nd
Pacific Bullion Mining Co Lt.  Nelson Warm Springs.   Lower Kootenay.
Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 shares of the par value of $1,00 each
and said stock to be unassessable.   Registered March 13th
Canadian Pacific Land & Mortgage Co Lt (foreign)Victoria Capital. $250,000
in 25,000 shares of $10 each;    Registered 10th July
B.C. Land & Investment Agency (foreign) Victoria.    Capital  $10,000  in
100 shares of $10 each.   Registered 10th July.
Kootenay No 1 Mining Co (foreign) Ainsworth, Kootenay. Capital $600,000
in 120,000 shares of $5.00 each.   Registered 19th June
Kootenay Valley Co (foreign)—Victoria. Capital $100,000 in 20,000 shares
of $500 each.    Registered August 7th.
Kootenay  (B.C.)  Smelting and Trading Syndicate Limited (foreign)—
Revtdhtuke. Capital $40,000 in 3,990 shares of $10.00  each and   10
Founders snares ct $10 each.    Registered 4th day of November.
List of Companies applying for Certificates of Incorporation.
North Pacific Carmmg Co., Limited,—Victoria,  Capital  $30,000 in  300
shares of $100 each.    Filed January 3, 1889
The Vancouver Street Railway Co., Limited,—Vancouver, Capital $250,00
in 2,530 shares of $100 each.    Filed January 3, 1889
The Vancouver Ice Co., Limited—Vancouver,  Capital $10,00 0  in 100
shares of $100 each.    Filed January 24, 1889
The Blue Bell Mining Co, Limited,—N.tnaim», Capital $50,000 in 10,000
shares of $5.00 each.    Filed J tauary 3, 1889
National Electric Tramway and Lighting Co.—Capital $75,0)3  ia  750
shares of $100 each.    Filed February 28, 1889.
Texada Mining Co., Limited—Vancouver, Capital $10,000 In   100  shares
of $100 each.    Filed February 28, 1889.
Vancouver Fisheries Co.,—Vancouver, Capital $100,000 in 1000 shares of
$100 each.    Filed March 6th.
Invincible Mining Co.—Nanaimo, Capital $50,000  in 10,000 shares of $5
each.    Filed March 6.
Vancouver Enterprise  Mining  Co,—Vancouver,   Capital  $25,000 in 250
shares of $ 100 each.    Filed March 8th
Crow's   Nest  Coal and  Mineral  Co.—Victoria,  Capital  $3,000,000  in
20,000 shares of $100 each.    Filed March 25th
Couiier Printing and Publishing Co.—Nanaimo, Capital $20,000 in 2,C00
shares of $10 each.    Filed March 22nd
Cascade Packing Company  Limited—Victoria, Capital $20,000  in   40D
shares of $20 each.    Filed April 15th
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Willow  River  Gold  Mining Co. Lt.—Victoria, Capital $25,000 in 1,000
shares of $25 each.    Filed May 1st
Salt Spring Island Mining Co.—Victoria, Capital $40,000 in 8,000 shares
of $5 each.    Filed May 6th
British Columbia Tanning Co.—"Nanaimo, Capital $50,000 in 1,000 shares
of $50 each.    Filed May 8th
Texada Lime Co.—Vancouver, Capital $20,000 in 400 shares of $50 each.
Filed July 9th
Donald Gold Mining Co.—Donald, Capital $10,000 in  10,000 shares of
1.00 $each.    Filed May 13th
Alpha Milling and Mining  Co.—Victoria,   Capital  $120,000   in .12,000
shares of $10 each.    Filed May 22nd
Canoe Pass Canning C ».—Canoe Pass, Capital $10,000 in  20 shares  of
$500 each.    Filed May 22nd
Vancouver Lumber Co. —Vancouver, Capital $50,000 in 500 shares of $10
each.    Filed June 6th
Laura Hydraulic Mining Co.—Victoria, Capital $20.0JO in  20,000  shares
of $1 each.    Filed Ju;>e 6th
Vancouver Soap Co.—Vancouver, Capital $40,0)0 in 4,000 shares of     10 \
each.    Fjled June 12th
Cariboo Creek Mining.Co.—Donald, Capital  $10,000 in  1,000 shires  of
$10 each.    Filed June 19th
Lillooet Hydraulic Mining Co. —New Westminster, Capital $10,000 in 20
shares of $501? each,    Filed August 21st
Pacific Shoe and Leather Co.—Victoria, Capital $100,000 in  1000 shares
of $100 each.    Filed August 19th.
Ashcroft Town Hall and Building Co.—Ashcroft, Capital $1,250 in 125
shares of $10 each.
Victoria Jockey Club,   Limited,—Victoria, Capital  to September   12th
$20,000 in 2,000 shares of $10.00 each.    Filed Soptember S:\ 1889'.
Canada Western  Hotel   Co.,  Limited.—Victoria,   Capital   $200,000   in
20,000 shares of $10.00 each.    Filed September 18th
The Truth Printing Co., Limited,--New Westminster, Capital $20,000
in 2,000 shares of $10 00 each.    Filed September 10th
The Nelson Island Granite Co., Limited.—Victoria, Capital $30,000 in 30
shares of $1,000 each.    Filed October 16th
The  British  Columbia Investment   Co.,   Limited. —Vancouver,  Capital
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MAYORS. f|
Nanaimo, M Bate
New Westminster, J C Brown
Vancouver, David Oppenheimer
Victoria, John Grant
CHILLIWACK MUNICIPALITY;
Situated on the south bank of the Fraser river about 50 miles above New
Westminster, embraces the settlement of Centrevlile. Sardis, Sumas
and Cheam. Extent about 1? miles in length and 6 miles in width.
Elections are held annually. Reeve S Cawley. Councillors, Frank
Lickman (Ward 1), Jonathan Reece (Ward 2), Duncan Kennedy
(Ward 3), James Ar a strong (Ward 4), William H Bay ley (Ward 5).
Clerk, S A Cawley
H. W|cD0WELL and Go., BRUQGIS
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Fronts on the Fraser and Gulf < f Georgia. Areaabout 40,000 acres Population o,000. Municipd Elections, 2nd Monday in January, R^eve J
Kirklacd, Councillors, Hy Trim, W Arthur, W Pybus, W Tasker,
J Oliver.    Clerk Wm McKee.
LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY.
Incorporated April 26th, 1873. On the south side of the Fraser river,
includes Langley, Langley Prairie, and Aldergrove. Area abour, 10
square miles. Population 2,500 Municipal Eiect ions 2nd Monday in
January, Reeve R McKee. Councillors James Houston, Charles
Yeoman, James Gray, William Davey, Thomas Mufford, C. 0. 0.
George Rawlison.
MAPLE RIDGE MUNICIPALITY.
Situated on the north bank ot the Fraser extending from Pitt river to
Stave river includes the settlements ot Hammond, Haney and
Whoanock. Extent about 51.200 acres, population 2,000. Reeve,
R Blackstoek. Councillers, H Ferguson, J P John Callagan, Alex.
Stephenson, M Isaacs, Wm. Parkinson.    Clerk, David Webber
NORTH COWICHAN MUNICIPALITY.
Situated on Vancouver Island about 40 miles from Victoria, includes the
districts and settlements of Someuos, Qiamichan, Cowichan,
Chemainus and that part of Covichan, east ol Cowichan river, extent
abut 12 miles wide by 18 long. Elections are held in January.
Reeve, Wm. Driukwater. Councillors, Wm. Cnishoim, G A Lilley,
J S Shopland, Jis Evans, Henry Bonsall,, S H Davie, Wm. Herd.
Clerk, Angus J B<
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RICHMOND MUNICIPALITY.
Incorporated 1880. comprises Lulu and Sea Islands, with the exception of
a small portion of the former at its Eastern end. The " North Arm
Settlement" takes in more than belongs to the Municipality but the
greator portion is inside the limits. Area about 30,923 acres.
Municipal elections are held annually in January7, second Monday.
Reeve, Thos. Kidd; Councillors, W F Stewart, B W Gairatt, A H
Daniels, David Reid, John Blair, CCC 0 D Sweet.
I SURREY MUNICIPALITY
Incorporated 1879. Extends from Fraser river to the International
Boundary, includes Brownsville, Coquitlam, North Surrey and Port
Kells, accessable from Fraser river. Serpentine, Clayton, Surrey
Centre, Kennington Prairie and Clover Valley in centre of the
District: on the west, Alder bottom, Mud Bay, Elgin and North
Bluff : on the south, Halls Prairie and St Leonards. Araa about 120
square miles. Population 2,000. Reeve, James Punchy Councillors,
J W McCalium, John Douglas, J Armstrong, Thos. Shannon, W
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
A. F. & A. M
Grand lodge of B C—
G M, B'ro J S Clute (Lodge No 9)
D GM, Bro A McKeown (Lodge No 1)
G S W, Bro M Wolfe (Lodge No 3)
G Treas. Bro H F Heisterman (Lodge
No 2)
G Sect. Bro H Brown (Lodge No 1)
BARKERVILLE.      Cariboo    Lodge
No 4 — Regular communications
monthly,   first   Saturday,   W  M
James   S   Stone,  S  W William
Hagaman, Sec Henry Mc Dermott
DONALD.    Mountain Lodge No 11—
Regular communications monthly,
second   Monday.      W   M   John
|# Hamilton,    S W   James    Bruce
Johnson, Sec J C Pitts
KAMLOOPS.    Kamloops Lodge No
10 —   Regular     communications
monthly, first Wednesday.    W M
Simon J Tunstall, S VV E S Wood
Sec Alex McGregor
LANSDOWNE.   Spallumcheen Lodge
No 13—Regular   communications
monthly, Saturday after full Moon
WM Rev Caooa W  H Coopei,
S .W   G H Rashdall,   Sec R S
Pelly
NANAIMO.    Ashlar Lodge No 3—
Regular Communications monthly
first Wednesday at Masonic Hall.
W M Andrew E Lees, S W George
J Thomson, Sec C C McKenzie
NEW WESTMINSTER. Union Lodge
No   9—Regular   communications
monthly    first Wednesday  W M
John Buie.S W Alexander Charle-
son Sec W C Coatham
VANCOUVER.        Mount    Hermon
Lodge No 7—Regular communications monthly first Tuesday W
M. H A Berry, C R T Garrioch S W
J McAlister, Sec James Hogg
„ Cascade Lodge   No   12—Regular
communications third Monday W
MLacey R Johnston,  SW JW
Home, Sec S L Printer
VICTORIA.    Colombia   Lodge No 1
officers elected anuually in December,     Regular     communications
monthly first Thursday at Masonic
Hall, WMT.B Pearson, SW W
_J Quinlan, Sec R B Esnouf
Vancouver Quadra Lodge No 2—
99
Officers elected annually in December, Regular communications
monthly ' third Wednesday at
Masonic Hall W M James Munro
Miller, S W J E Phillips, Sec R A
Brown
American Legion of Honor.
NANAIMO. Nanaimo Council, No
821.—Election of officers annually.
Meetings fortnightly each Tuesday
at Foresters Hall. Commander :
Joseph Ganner, Secretary Charles
'    Wilson.
VICTORIA. B.C. Council, No 949.
—Officers elected annually 111 Dec.
Meetings fortnightly, first and
third Thursday at Foresters Hall.
Commander R Erskine, Secretary
W H Dorman.
Ancient Order of Hibernians.
VANCOUVER. Division I, B.C:—
Officers elected annually in Jan.
Regular meetings fortnightly, each
Wednesday in Ferguson Block,
Hastings Street. President S
McHugh, R Secretary J A Foley.
A. O. r.
COLUMBLA DISTRICT.
D C R. B Williams, Victoria
D S C R. M W Hilbert, Nanaimo
D Treasurer H Smith
D Secretary J R McKenzie, Victoria ^
NANAIMO. Court Nanaimo Foresters Home, No 5886. — Officers
elected half-yearly. Regular
meetings fortnightly each Friday
at Foresters Hall. CR J Goodwin.    Secretary L Monson.
NEW WESTMINSTER. Court Lord
Duffenn, No. 6304, Officers
elected half-yearly. Regular
meetings fortnightly first and third
Wednesday at Foresters Hall.
CR Alex Coutts, Secretary J
McMurphy, sen.
H0FFAI{, "The Architect,"! Innes Block
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7627.—Officers elected half-yearly-
Ordinary meetings fortnightly first
and third Wednesday at Masonic
Hall. 0 R W B Young, Secretary James England.
VICTORIA. Court Vancouver, 5755.
Registered April 3rd, 1873. Election of Officers annually in July.
Regular meetings fortnightly first
and third Monday at Foresters
Hall. C R A Grissmer, Secretary
Sidney Wilson.
Court Northern Light, 5935.—
Officers elected annually in July.
Regular meetings. CR.L G Burns
Secretary H L Salmon
A.O.U.W.
NANAIMO, Lodge No 53—Officers
elected annually, meetings fortnightly each Thursday at Odd
Fellows Hall. M W M Bate,
Recorder M Wolfe, Receiver B H
Smith
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Perseverance Lodge No 108—Election of officers half-yearly, meetings fortnightly each Thursday at
Odd Fellows Hall M W John
Frame, Recorder, W K Leighton,
Receiver Robert Aitken
NEW WESTMINSTER. Beaver
Lodge No 30—Officers elected
annually in June, regular meetings
fortnightly second and fourth
Wednesday at Odd Fellows Hall.
M W W H Keary, Recorder
Alfred Smithers, Receiver H Hoy
VANCOUVER. Harmony Lodge
No 11
,, Granville Lodge No23—Election
of officers half-yearly Regular
meetings weekly each Tuesday at
Odd Fellows Hall.
VICTORIA. Vancouver Lodge No 77
—Election of officers annually
July. Meetings fortnightly second
and fourth Friday at Temperance
Hall. MWRSeabrook, Recorder
W Jackson, jun
, jj Victoria Lodge No 19—
Election  of  officers   annually  in
June. Meetings fortnightly second
and fourth Wednesday at Forester
Hall. M W W H Mason, Recorder
J A Halliday
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NEW WESTMINSTER. "Officers
elected half yearly Regular Meetings fortnightly each Thursday at
Orange Hall,N G John Buie Sec
James Harling
O. F
VANCOUVER. Court Burrard No
347—Officers eleoted half yearly
Meetings fortnightly 2nd & 4th
Wednesday at Odd Fellows Hall
CRWJ McMillan, PCR LK
Authier, R Sec E Beandry
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Grand
Loclge-
-Meet
annually in
GCT D McGillivray,
Sumas ; G S S Gough, Nanaimo ;
G S J T Sister M Jenkins, Esquimalt ; G Treas W E Losee, Victoria
Cedar Hill No 3—Election of officers
quarterly. Organized February
26th 1877 Regular meetings each
Saturday Lodge Deputy, Geo
Deans C T Chas E King, V T Jane
Scott, Sec John Irvin
CHILLIWACK Peerless Lodge No
11—Organized June 11th 1886.
Election of officers quarterly.
Ordinary Meetings each Friday.
Deputy J W Wilkinson, CT D
McGillivray, Sec Rebecca Henderson
COMOX Bateman Lodge No 6—
Organised" Dec 13th, 1884.
Regular meetings each alternate
Monday. Lodge Deputy, W
Duncan, CT S Craig, VT M
Piercy, Sec E Duncan
ESQUIMALT. Triumph Lodge No 16
—Organized Feb 15th 1888.
Regular meetings each Thursday.
Lodge Deputy, Chas Lloyd, C T
Mrs M Jenkins, Sec James E Dyer
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KAMLOOPS. Lodge No 15—Organised Jan 1888. 'Election of officers
quarterly. Ordinary meetings
weekly each Thursday. Lodge
Deputy, J Bennett, C T C Ladner
Sec Jane Ladner
LULU   ISLAND     Lodge   No   21—
Officers elected quarterly
meetings fortnightly Frk
Thos Kidd,   V T   Miss
Sec G Blake, Lodge Deputy, John
Blair
MAPLE RIDGE. New Era Lodge
No 14—Organized Sep 22nd, 1887
Officers elected quarterly. Regular
meetings each alternate Wednesday, Lodge Deputy, W McAdam,
CT Paul Murray, VT Mable
Beckett, Se3 Hugh McKay
NANAIMO. Onward Lodge, No 2.
—Regular meetings each Wednesday. Lodge Deputy Elizth. M
Campbell, CT Wm Badcock, V T
Alex Booth, Secretary Wm Man-
son.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
No 8.—Officers electee
Meetings each Monday
ance Hall C T Mrs I
Secretary W C Loye,
Thos Havelock.
Excelsior,
quarterly.
l ±emper-
Chornber,
Li Deputy
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Lodge No 4. Officers elected
quarterly. Regular meetings each
Friday at Temperance Hall, Columbia. CT W H Kelly, VT
Emily B Grant, Secretary J Mc
Murphy junr., L Deputy W H
Kelly.
NORTH ARM. Richmond Lodge,
No 12, Organized September 27,
1886.—Election of officers quarterly. Regular meetings fortnightly each Monday. C T Walter
Vermilyea, R Secretary S J
Thompson, Lodge Deputy 0 D
Sweet
,, Golden Rule No 13,
Organized November 2, 1886,
Election of officers quarterly.
Regular meetings each alternate
Saturday. Lodge Deputy J W
Lawson,  Box   191,   Vancouver;
C T   M  A Jackson,   VT   R S
Brandrith, Secretary J W Rowling
NICOLA LAKE. No 20.—Officers
elected quarterly. Meet fortnightly, Tuesday. CT W A Woodward, Secretary Jessie R Olding,
Lodge Deputy Rev. J W Winslow
NORTH SAANICH. Advance Lodge
No 17, Organized 2nd May, 1887.
No returns
SALT SPRING ISLAND. Phoenix
Lodge No 19—Election of officers
quarterly Regular meetings fortnightly Tuesday Lodge Deputy A
Walker C T J Malcolm Sec H
Caldwell
SOMENOS No 9—Officers elected
quarterly OrganizedFebruary 23rd
1886 Regular meetings fortnightly
1st and 3rd Tuesday Lodge Deputy
J W Evans CT JW Elett, VT
Mrs. W Herd, Sec Jas Flett
VANCOUVER. Mount Pleasant
Lodge No 7—Regular meetings
each Thursday evening Lodgo
Deputy Angus Secord C T J G
Clarke, V T Ada Barrett, Sec C
L Brown
,, Vancouver Lodge No 10—Regular
meetings each Monday evening
Lodge beputy J H Carlisle 0 T
W Lapomt Sec J M Dural
,, Harmony.    Lodge
No 18—Officers elected quarterly
Regular meetings weekly each
Saturday at Odd Fellows Hall C T
F Gladwin, V C Miss McMillan
Sec Wr E Doeg Lodge Deputy
John McAllister P O Box 208
VICTORIA. Perseverance Lodge
No 1—Organized March 7th 1879
Regular meetings each Tuesday
Lodge Deputy R J Plummer C T
J Russel V T Mis3 M Roberton
Sec Dr Tewis Hall
WELLINGTON. Mount Benson
No 5—Organized August 16 1880
( officers elected quarterly Regular
meetings weekly each Tuesday
Lodge Deputy, Robert Scott 0 T
J L McKay, V T Miss C Stewart
Sec G H Morden
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Mrs E M Campbell
NEW    WESTMINSTER.       Jubilee
Temple  No   1 — Meetings   each
Wednesday at Temperance    Hall.
Supt Mrs Wintemute
PORT HAMMOND.    Maple Leaf No
5—Supt Miss Nettie Braden
VICTORIA.     Spring Ridge No 4—
Supt Miss S M Oummings
WELLINGTON.—Good Hope No 2—
Supt D Moffatt
I.O.O.F.
Grand Lodge—Officers elected annually
in Feby. G M J H Meldram,
Victoria,   Sec Fred  Davey,   Vic
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ciations of the Grand Lodge o
the
Province of B C Incorporated
March 3rd 1884. Officers elected
annually in Feb. G M J H
Meldram, G Sec Fred Davey, G
Treas J E Phillips
CHILLI WACK. Excelsior Lodge No
7—N G Thos H Henderson, R
Sec S A Cawley, Permt. Sec M
Mc Sween
KAMLOOPS. Tatnai Lodge No 9—
Election of officers half-yearly.
Regular meetings weekly each
Monday at Odd Fellows Hail
NG E C Davison, R Sec W E
McCartney
NANAIMO. Black Diamond Lodge
No 5— Officers elected half-yearly.
Regular meetings each Wednesday
NG Edward McNeil, Sec W H
Morton
NEW WESTMINSTER. N W Lodge
No 3—Election of officers half-
yearly. Regular meetings weekly
each Thursday at Odd Fellows
Hall. NG W H Kelly. Rec Sec
T Tylor
VANCOUVER. Vancouver No 8,
Organized July 1887. Election of
Officers    half-yearly.        Regular
meetings each Friday Masonic
Hall. N G W E Johnstone, RS
D McLachlan.
,, Western  Star,  No
10. Officers elected half-yearly.
Regular meetings each Saturday
at Odd Fellows Hall. | G R
Parker, Secretary J B Gilmour.
VICTORIA. Victoria Lodge 1—
Officers elected half yearly Regular
meetings each Monday at Odd
Fellows Hall NG A McKeown
Sec Fred Davey
Columbia Lodge No 2
-Incorporated June 21st 1872
Officers elected half yearly Meetings weekly each Wednesday at
Odd Fellows Hall N G H A Munn
Sec W Jackson Junr
,, Dominion Lodge No 4—
Incorporated Aug 25th 1875.
Officers elected annually in July.
Regular meetings at Odd Fellows
Hall. N G J W Arnold, R Sec
T Bamford, Treas W Walker
Colfax D of R Lodge
ccrs elected half-yearly.
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Regular   meetings     second    and
fourth     Tuesday.        N G     Miss
Dempster, R Sec iss Hendry
WELLINGTON.       Harmony  Lodge
No 6
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meetincs each Monday.
N G Richard Short, Sec Wm
Rafter
ENCAMPMENT.
NANAIMO.    No   4—
Officers elected annually. Regular
meetings fortnightly each Tuesday
at Odd Fellows Hall. CP R
Rivers, Scribe J Cavalsky
NEW WESTMINSTER. Harmony
No 2—Officers elected annually in
January. Regular meetings first
and third Thursday at Odd
Fellows Hall, CP J E Phillips,
Scribe, W McColl
VICTORIA. Vancouver Encampment
No 1—Officers elected annually in
Dec. Regular meetings fortnightly
first and third Tuesday at Odd
Fellows Hall. CP James Pope,
Scribe H Waller
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Orders by mail receive prompt attention.      P.O. Box 394.
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COMOX. Comox Lodge No 5—Officers
elected half yearly Regular meetings each Saturday PC J MKcenzie
CC J Bruce, K of R and S J
Sutherland
NANAIMO. L A Calvin Ewing
No 3017—Officers elected half
yearly, Regular meetings weekly
each Friday at Odd Fellows Hall
C C W Keddy, Sec Geo Cavalsky
Uniform Rank of K of P
Captain A A Richardson, Treas
J Hilbert, Receiver, D Moffat
NEW      WESTMINSTER.       Royal
lip Lodge No 6—Officers elected half
yearly, Regular meetings each
Tuesday at Odd Fellows Hall, P
C James Hading, CC T Akerman
K of R and S   J E Knight
VICTORIA. Far West Lodge No 1
—Officers elected bi annually
Regular rneetinge each Friday at
\ Foresters Hail, Government Street
P C S L Redgrave, C C J M
Hughes, V C A Lewis, P A Black
,, Uniform Rank K of P
in connection with the Far West
Lodge No 1—SKC H Behusent
R A Lewis
VANCOUVER. Granville Lodge
No 3—Officers elected half yearly
Regular meetings weekly each
Wednesday at Keefers Hall C C
G F Upham, Sec J A Pride
WELLINGTON.    (No returns)
District Lodge of B C—WDM Wm
Johnston, New Westminster. Sec
W Howav, New Westminster
CHILLIWACK. No 1470—Election
of officers annually. Regular
meetings monthly Monday on or
before full moon. WM M
Stevenson, Sec Charles Bell
KAMLOOPS. No 1570 — Officers
elected annually. Regular meetings fortnightly first and third
Tuesday. W M Joseph Power,
Sec Moses Cole, Lodge Deputy
Jas Lyttle
NEW   WESTMINSTER      No   1—
B N A Reg 1150.    Officers elected
annually in  December.    Regular
meetings monthly first Saturday
W M W Howay, Sec B Burr
NANAIMO   (No returns)J
SURREY CENTRE. No 1471—
Officers elected annually in Dec.
Regular meetings monthly each
Wednesday on or before the full
moon, at Town Hall Surrey centre
WM Wm A Stone, Sec H T
Thrift
VANCOUVER. No 1560 -Officers
elected annually. Regular meetings fortnightly second and fourth
Tuesday at Keefers Hall. WM
Eli Higgins, Sec W A Taylor
VICTORIA. No 1426 — Officers
elected annually in December.
Regular meetings monthly first
Tuesday at Foresters Hall. W M
John Welch, Sec Thos Matthews
Royal Templars of T.
NANAIMO- Select Council No 3
Nanaimo—Officers elected half
yearly Regular meetings fortnightly 2nd and 4th Tuesday at Good
Templars Hall, Grace Street, SC
Ezra S Cook, Sec John Horner
NEW WESTMINSTER. Council
No 1—Officers elected half yearly
Regular meetings each Wednesday
at Temperance Hall, S C John
E Lord, Sec J B Kennedv
VANCOUVER, Pacific Council No 4
—Officers elected half yearly
Regular meetings weekly" each
Friday at Sullivans Hall Cordova
Street, S C T J Beatty, R Sec
J L Powell
VICTORIA.
U.A.O.D.
NANAIMO Prosperity Grove No 1—
Election of officers half-yearly.
Regular meetings fortnightly each
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B.C. Benevolent Societies.
This society is designed upon the broad
principle of practical benevolence,
without regard to creed, color or
nationality ; it is intended for the
relief of such distress and destitution as may appear to call for
succour from an institution of this
kind. Officers elected in January
President James Fell, Sec and
Treas W H Mas6n, office Green's
Block, Broad Street, Victoria
B.C. Refuge Home.
VICTORIA. President Mrs D
Spencer, C Sec Mrs Maria Grant
B.C. Protestant Orphan's
Home.
VICTORIA. 32 Rae Street.—Incorporated July 1883. Officers
elected annually in December.
Meetings quarterly at the Home,
Visiting days Tuesdays and Thur-
days 3 to 5 p.m. Provincial
President Hon W J Macdonald,
Provincial Secretary Hon John
Robson, MP P. President A A
Green, Sec J H Lawson, with a
committee of Management of 12
members and Ladies committee of
12 members. Matron Mrs Walker
The object of this Institution is to
receive and provide a Home for
Orphans, destitute and other children, under the age of ten years,
requiring such care; and to educate them in the Protestant faith,
and instruct them in the element
of secular knowledge
BUILDING SOCIETIES.
NANAIMO. Organized April 23rd
1888—Capital Stock $250,000
President, M Wolfe, Sec James M
Rudd, Surveyor, E Priest E E
Conveyancer, C C McKenzie
NEW ESTMINSTER. Capital Stock
$250,000 Incorporated June 1887
Officers elected annually in Jaly
Ordinary meetings each Wednesday President, John Hendry Sec
W J Walker Office Mary Street
near Front
VANCOUVER. City of Vancouver BS
Officers elected annually in Jan.
Ordinary meetings each Tuesday
at 7.30 President W F Carleton
Sec Joseph Huntley Office 146
Cordova Street
,, Terminal City Building Society
Incorporated October 5th 1888
Officers elected annually. Ordinary meetings weekly each
Monday at Wilson Block Room 10
President, Wm J Knox, Sec G H
Geary
VICTORIA. Vancouver Island-
Incorporated August 9th 1884
Capital Stock $250,000 Officers
elected annually in January
Regular meetings weekly each
Monday at Harmony Hall President J M Read Sec B Williams
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Victoria Building Society
Incorporated August 24th 1888
Capital Stock $400,000 Regular
meetings each Monday at 7.30 at
Harmony Hall President James
Fell Sec A S EG Flint office 30
Fort Street
PIONEER SOCIETIES.
KAMLOOPS. Mainland Pioneer and
Benevolent Society — Regular
meetings monthly first Tuesday,
President Jas Mcintosh, Sec
Joseph Ratchford
LILLOOET   &  ASHCROFT.     (No
returns) 0M W^m
VICTORIA. Meetings monthly first
Wednesday at Odd Fellows Hall.
President, Morris Moss, Sec J J
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VICTORIA. Officers elected annually.
Regular meetings each Wednesday
at Musgrave building, Broad St.
President R H Jameson, Sec A M
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St. Andrews  and Caledonian
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KAMLOOPS.' Officers elected annualy
in June. Regular meetings
monthly first Thursday over Mr
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NANAIMO. Officers elected annually
Regular meetings monthly first
Tuesday. President Wm Mc
Gregor, Sec W H Morton
NEW WESTMINSTER. The "Main
land "—Officers elected annually
in November. Regular meetings
monthly each Tuesday at City
hotel. Chief Alex* Ewen, Sec
John Buie
VANCOUVER. Officers elected
annually in November Regular
meetings monthly 1st Thursday
at Wilson's Hall Cordova Street
President Robert Clark, Sec
Donald  Clark
VICTORIA. Registered September
9th 1871 Officers elected annually
In November Meetings monthly
1st Friday at Mechanics Institute
President J Robertson Sec J M
Murdock
St. George's Societies.
VANCOUVER. Officers elected an-
annually in December Regular
meetings monthly 1st Monday in
Bell-Irving Block Cordova. President A St G Hamersley Sec H
A Mellon. A reading, chess, Ac
rooms are provided for Members
and their friends at 428 Cordova
Street 1st floor
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VICTORIA. Officers elected half
yearly Meetings fortnightly each
Tuesday at Philharmonic Hall
Fort Street .President D F Fee Jr
Sec Edwin B Smith
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annually in Feby. Ordinary
meetings monthly first Thursday.
President R P Cook, V President
Wm Downie, Sec J D Hall
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No 77—Meetings fortnightly each
Wednesday at St George's Rooms,
428 Cordova Street. President
W Bailey, Sec C E Hope
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Teachers Institutes.
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vinclal President S D Pope, B A
(Victoria) ; Sec D E Kerr ; Corresponding Sec Miss L A Barron j
Treasurer E F Doran
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NANAIMO. President John Shaw,
Corresponding Sec Miss M Bryant
MAINLAND. (New Westminster and
Vancouver)—President W C Coat-
ham, Corresponding Sec Miss
Christie
VICTORIA. President R Offerhaus,
Sec J A Halliday
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Meetings monthly first Monday.
President R Watkins, Sec James
Wilcox
NEW WESTMINSTER. Officers
elected annually. Regular meetings monthly first Monday. President James Brennan, Sec James
Mcintosh
VICTORIA Meetings held when
required at Harmony Lodge.
President G Hanbrother, Sec 0 N
Gowen
VANCOUVER.        Officers
annually.
Ordinary
elected
meetings
fortnightly each Thursday at St
Andrew's Hall. President Wm
McGirr, Sec N Allan
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Provincial—President,      Mrs.   M   A
Cunningham,  New  Westminster.
• Sec  MissfB S  McDougall,  New
Westminster
CHILLIWACK.    President   Mrs    C
M Tate Sec Mrs J McCutcheon .
KAMLOOPS.    President Mrs   W M
Cochrane Sec Mrs E 0 Stevenson
NEW ^WESTMINSTER.     President
Mrs M A Cunningham   Sec Mrs
C G Major
NORTH ARM.    President Mrs J W
Sexsmith Sec Mrs Thornbur
VANCOUVER.   Meetings fortnightly
sach Friday at Y M.C.A.  Rooms
189 Hastings Street West at 3 a.mj
President Miss S Bowss
Sec Mrs Middlebrook
VICTORIA.    Meet weekly  at Tern
perance Hall Pandora   President
Mrs M H   Spoffard    Sec Mrs G
Grant
Y.M.C. Associations.
NEW WESTMINSTER.   Armstrong
Block   Columbia    St.       Officers
elected annually in March.    Regular   meetings   monthly    second
Wednesday at the rooms.   Annual
membership Fee   $3.00 entitling
the members to all the privileges.
Reading Room Free to all. President  D  S   Curtis.    R  Sec  A  C
Brydone Jack, G Sec C A Davie
VANCOUVER.       Library,   Reading
Room, &c,   139 Hastings Street,
West.    Meeting of Directors first
Thursday of each month,Members
Fee    $5.00    annually.       Acting
President, T C Gray,  Gen Sec G
B    Charnock
VICTORIA.    Library Reading Room
&c, Greens Block, Broad Street.
Annual Subscription  $5.00  entitling the  members to the Library-
Reading Rooms, Baths and Gymnasium.    Reading Room Free to
all.    President Hon John Robson,
Vice-President Robert   Erakine,
Gen Sec Frank W Teague, R Sec
W S Hampson
Young Men's Literary
Institutes.
NEW WESTMINSTER. No 97--
Officers elected annually in Jnne.
Regular meetings fortnightly first
and third Sunday at St Patricks
Library   Hall   Columbia   Street.
VICTORIA. No 85—Officers elected
annually in May Regular meetings
each Tuesday at Philharmonic
Hall 88 Fort Street President
Geo Madigan Fin and C Sec
Frank J McDonald
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PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT LANDS.
Crown Lands in British Columbia are classified as either surveyed or
or unserveyed lands, and may be acquired either by record and pre-emption,
or by purchase.
Pre-emptions.
The following persons may record or pre-empt Crown
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person being the head of a family, a widow,
of age, being a British subject; may record
laods which are unoccupied, unreserved a
Any
or a single man over 18 years
jrveyed or unsurveyed Crown
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Aliens may also record such surveyed
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a declaration cf intention to become a British subject.
The quantity of land which may be recorded or pre-empted
exceed 320 acres northward and eastward of the Cascade or
tains, or 160 acres in the rest of the Province.
No person can hold more than one pre-emption claim at a
record or pre-emption of one claim, and all rights under it, ai
subsequent record of pre-emption of another claim.
Land recorded or pre-empted  cannot be transferred or conveyed
after a Crown grant has been issued.
Such land, until the Crown grant is issucd, is held by occupations.
Such occupation must be a bona fide personal residence of the settler or
homestead settler, or his family or agent. Indians or Chinese cannot
be agents.
The settler must enter into occupation of tbey land within thirty days
after recording, and must continue to occupy it.
Continuous absence for a longer period than two months consecutively,
of the settler or homestead settler, and his agent or family, is deemed cessation of occupation; but leave of absence may be granted not exceeding
four months in any one year, inclusive of the two months' absence.
Land is considered abandoned if unoccupied for more than four months
in the aggregate in one year, or for more  than  two months consecutively.
If so abandoned, the land becomes waste land of the Crown, without
any cancellation of the record.
The fee on recording is two dollars.
The settler may either have the land surveyed at his own instance,
subject to rectification or boundaries), or wait till the Chief Commissioner
causes it to be surveyed.
After survey has been made, upon proof, by declaration in writing to
himself and two other persons, of occupation from date of pre-emption,
and of having made permanent improvements on the land to the value of
two dollars and fifty cents per acre, the settler, on producing the pre-emption certificate, obtains a certificate of improvement.
After obtaining the certificate of improvement and paying for the land,
the settler is entitled to a Crown grant in fee simple. He pays five dollars
therefor.
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Payment for Land and Crown Grants.
i&M?The price of Crown lands pre-empted, is one dollar per acre, which
may be paid in four equal instalments, as follows—First instalment, two
years from date of record or pre-emption, and each other instalment yearly
thereafter, until the full amount is paid. But the last instalment is not
payable till after the survey.
The Crown grant excludes gold and silver ore, and reserves to the
Crown a royalty of five cents per ton on every ton of merchantable coal
raised or gotten from the land, not including dross or fine slack.    It also
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reserves to the Crown, since the 7th April, 1887, all timber on the land,
except for domestic purposes. A pre-emptor, however, can obtain a license
to cut the timber of his pre-emption on payment of dues at the rate of
twenty-five cents per 1,000 feet board measurement.
No Crown grant can be issued to an alien who may have recorded or
pre-empted by virtue of his declaring his intention to become a British
subject,   unless he has become naturalized
The heirs or devisees of the homestead sett'er are, if resident in the
province, entitled to the Crown grant, on his decease.
If they aie absent from the province at the time of his death, the
Chief Commissioner may dispose of the pre-emption, and make such provision for the person entitled thereto, as he may deem just.
Pre-emption for Partnership Purposes.
Partners, not exceeding four, may pre-empt as a firm 160 acres each
west of the Cascades, to each partner, and 320 acres east of the Cascades,
to each partner.
Each partner must represent his interest in the firm by actual residence
on the land, of himself or agent. But each partner, or his agent need not
reside on his particular pre-emption.
The partners, or their agents, may reside together on one homestead,
if the homestead be situated on any part of the partnership pre-emption.
For obtaining a certificate of improvement, it is sufficient to show that
improvements have been made on some portion of the claim, amounting in
the aggregate, to two dollars and fifty cents per acre on the whole land.
MINING LAWS;
Free Miners.
| pree Miners "only can have right or interest in mining claims or ditches.
A " free miner " must be over 16 years of age. His certificate may be for
one year ($5), or three years (15), and is not transferable. He may enter
and mine Grown lands, or, on making compensation, lands occupied for
other than mining purposes. To recover wages, must have free miner's
certificate.
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B.C.  CITIES DIRECTORY.
Record, &c5 of Claims.
Claims must be recorde-1 (12.50), and re-recorded ($2.50). Time
allowed for record is three days after location, if within ten miles of office
—one additional day for every additional ten miles, or fraction thereof.
In very remote places, miners, assembled in meetings, may make valid
rules temporarily. Transfers of claims or mining interests must be in
writing and registered. Free miners may hold any number of claims by
purchase, but only two by pre-emption, except in certain cases. Claims
nay be officially laid over, and leave of absence granted in certain cases,
but the rule is that every fall claim or full iuterest must be worked either
by owner or agent. A tree miner can, by record, get a fair share of water
necessary to work claim. A claim is deemed open if unworked for 72
hours on working days, unless for sickness or other reasonable cause.
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Claims, as far as possible, are rectangular and must be staked by post
or tree. Sizes are, | bar diggings," 100 leet wide at high-water mark, and
thence extend into the river at its lowest water level. | Dry diggings §
100 feet square. ". Creek claims" 100 feet long, measured in the direction
of the general course of the stream, and shall extend in width from base to
base of the hill or bench on each side, but when the benches or hills are
less than 100 feet apart the claim shall be 100 feet square. *' Bench
claims" 100 feet square. " Hill claims " base line fronting a stream 100
feet—parallel side lines at right angles thereto at sunmit of hilLf Posts
100 feet apart. Claims not to come within 10o feet of any gulch or tributary of creek. Measurements horizontal, irrespective of surfaca inequalities.
Discoverers Claims.
To one discoverer, 300 feet in length. To two discoverers, 600 feet in
length. To three, 800 feet in length. To four, 1000 feet in length, and
to each member of a party beyond four in number, a claim of the ordinary
size only.
A new stratum of auriferous earth or gravel situated in a locality where
the claims are abandoned, shall, for the above purposes, be deemed a new
mine, although the same locality shall hav e been previously worked at a
different level; and dry diggings discovered in the vicinity of bar diggings
shall be deemed a new miue, and vice vers t. A discoverer's claim sh^ll
be reckoned as one ordinary claim.
Creek discovery claims shall extend 1000 feet on each side of the centre
of the <;reek, or as far as the summit.
Leave
of Absence.
On discovery of new lode or vein containing minerals, six months. On
proving expenditure, in cash, labor, or machinery, of $1,000 on each full
interest (without reasonable return) one par. Under other conditions
Gold Commissioner has option.
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J Mineral claims,"—that is, claims containing, or supposed to contain
minerals, precious or base (other th*a coal), in lodes or veins, or rock in
place—-shall be 1,500 feet long and 600 feet wide, and, as ' nearly as
possible, in rectangular form. Must have three posts (or tree posts) at
equal distances along centre line, with a notice on eacL. Only one claim
on the same lode or vein can be held, except by purchase. Quartz claims
are deemed to be mineral claims.
To lawfully hold a Crown grant for a mineral claim, it must be surveyed by a surveyor approved by the- Land Office ; notice of application
for the grant must be posted conspicuously on the land and on the Government office of the district, also inserted for sixty days in the Government
Gazette and a newspaper, if any, circulating in the district, and proof must
be given to the satisfaction of the  Government offices that $1,000 have
\e claim.
i  acre to the Government, in lieu of
>enditure on the claim.
linary mining claims apply t > mineral claims
been bona fide expended in money or labor upon the claim.    Or  a Crown
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An annual  t
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Leases of mining gi
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►resentation of a "mineral 1 claim requires that the sum
ars, in money, labor, or improvements shall b^ expended
Lhs of every year upon the claim, to the satisfaction of a
, and that the owner shall have obtained a certificate
missioner to that effect, within six months from the
l, and thereafter within the first six months in every
j recorded the certificate immediately after its issue.
r acre,  or fraction part of an acre, of every
» 31st December.
litoh privileges, &c, maybe issued, but will
longer term than ten years, or for a quantity
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In dry diggings, ten acres ;
In bar diggings, unvvorked, half a mile in length
mark.
In bar diggings worked
long the high-water
one mile and a half in length
along the high-water mark.
In creek claims, on abandoned creeks one mile ar;d a half in length.
The regulations as to flames, ditches, and drainage need not be
datailed, but it may be stated that the water taken into a ditch or sluice has
to be measured at the ditch or sluice h^ad. No water should by taken
into a ditch or sluice except in a tr.-ugh pi ced horizontally at the place at
which the water enters it. One inch of water means half the quantity that
will pass through an oiifice two inches high by one inch wide, with a
constant head of seven inches ab
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The licenses may be extended for another vear
explored for coal on payment of $50.
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Timber Licenses.
Unlicensed persons, except for farm 01
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are not
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permitted to cut trees on Crown lands. A timber license
for 1,000 acres for four years on payment of $10 annually,
each tree (except hemlock) felled, payable nah-yearly. No person can hold
more than one license at the same time, and it is not transferable. Mill-
owners cannot saw logs taken from Crown lands (in which are included
lands leased at less than ten cents an acre) until the limber dues of twenty
cents per thousand feet, b jard measure, are paid.
1 ABSTRACT OF THE DOMINION LANDS.
WITHIN THE RAILWAY BELT IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Approved by Order in Council dated 17th September, 1887, an 1 amended
by Order in Council dated 18th March, 1889. un ijr the Authority
of Sub-sectiou 4 of Section I, Chapter 56 of the Revise 1
Statutes of Canada.
Any of the forms or affidavits mentioned in these regulations can  be obtained
from the Dominion Land Office, New Westminster, by writing to IV. Aikmin.
REGULATIONS. t
Ihese Regulations apply exclusively to the public tends of the
Dominion, within what is known as the Railway Belt, ia the Province of
British Columbia, which lands shall be styled and known as Dominion
Lands.
The Department of the Minister of the Interior is charged with the
administration and management of the Dominion Lands.
Surveys,
The Dominion lands in British Columbia shall ba laid off, so far as
practicable, in quadrilateral townships, each containing thirty-six sec4ions
of as nearly one mile square as the convergence of meridians permits
together with an allowance of twelve acres in {each section for road
purposes:
Each section shall be divided into quarter-sections of one rundred and
sixty acres, more or less, together with an allowance for ro^ds of three
acres in each, subject to the provisions hereinafter made.
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The Governor in Council may authorize any person to locate and build
public highways, or to build public highways located in accordance with
the preceding clause.
In the meantime, and until any such road shall have been located and
constructed, a convenient right of way, not exceeding 66 feet in width,
over any such land is hereby reserved for the use and convenience of
settlers and land holders in passing, from time to time, to and from their
locations or lands to and from any now existing public road or trail:
Provided always, that such settler or land owner making use of the aforesaid privilege shall not damage the fences or crops of the occupier of any
such located, sold or leased, land.
Every patent issued for lands snbject to these Regulations shall
contain a provision reserving to the Governor in Council the'power to order
the survey through such lands by a Dominion Land Surveyor of such
public highways as he may deem expedient, and for that purpose to take
any existing road, and any requisite area of land, whether the area of the
roads and lands so taken be or be not in excess of the allowance for roads in
any section, quarter-section or legal sub-division 1 also to enter upon such
lands and take therefrom any gravel, stone, timber or other material
required for the construction of such highway or any bridge connected
therewith; and also to enter upon any such land for the purpose of cutting
any drains necessary for the building of such highway.
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Ordinary Sale of Lands.
Dominion lands, as the surveys thereof are duly made and confirmed,
shall, except as otherwise hereinafter provided, be open foi home-steading
and purchase at such prices and on such terms and conditions as may be
fixed from time to time by the Governor in Council: Provided, that no
purchase shall be permitted at a less price than five dollars per acre :
Provided also, that except in special cases, where otherwise ordered by the
Governor in Council, no sale to one person shall exceed a section or six
hundred and forty acres :
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And provided also, that whenever so ordered by the Minister such
unoccupied lands as may be deemed by him expedient, from time to time,
may be withdrawn from ordinary sale and settlement, and sold at public
auction or tender to the highest bidder—an upset price being fixed for
the same:
Provided further, that any legal sub-division or other portion of
Dominion lands which may be deemed by the Minister of the Interior of
special value may be reserved from ordinary sale, and be disposed of in
such manner and on such terms and conditions as m-iy be fixed by the
Governor in Council on the report of the Minister of the Interior.
Homestead Rights,
Any person, male or female, who is the sole head of a family, or any
male who has attained the age of eighteen years, who has not heretofore
had a homestead on Dominion lands in British Columbia, Manitoba, or the
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North-West Territories, or does not hold or own by pre-emption record or
otherwise, under the laws of the Province of British Columbia, more than
one hundred and sixty acres of land within the Railway Belt in the said
Province, shall, on making application in the form A in the schedule to
these regulations, be entitled to obtain homestead entry for any quantity
of land not exceeding one hundred and sixty acres, and being of the class
of land  open under the provisions  of  these  Regulations to homestead
entry :
The entry for a homestead shall entitle the recipient to take, occupy
and cultivate the land entered for, and hold possession of the same to the
exclusion of any other person or persons whomsoever, and to bring and
maintain actions for trespass committed on the siid land, the same as if a
patent therefor had issued in his favor: the title to the land shall remain
in the Crown until the issue of the patent therefor, and the said land
shall not be liable to be taken in execution before the issue of patent:
The privilege of homestead entry shall only apply to surveyed
agricultural lands : no. person shall be entitled to such entry for land
valuable for its timber, or for hay land, or for land on which there is a
stone or marble quarry, or coal or other mineral having commercial value,
or whereon there is any water power which may serve to drive machinery,
or for land which, by reason of its position, such as being the shore of an
important harbor, bridge site or canal site, or being either an actual or
prospective railway terminus or station, it will be in the public interest to
withhold from such entry.
Homestead Entries and Sales affecting Timber Lands.
Ail merchantable timber growing or being upon any land  entered
or sold within the limits of Dominion lands in  British Columbia, and  all
gold, silver, copper, lead, iron, petroleum, coal or other mines or minerals,
shall be considered as reserved from the taid land and shall be the property
of Her Majesty, except that the homesteader or purchaser, or those claimin
under him, may cut and use such merchantable timber as may be necessary
for the purpose of building, fencing or road making, on the land so entered
or sold, and may also, under the authority of the Crown  Timber Agent,
cut and dispose of all timber required to be removed in the actual clearing
of the said land for cultivation; but no merchantable timber(except for the
necessaiy building,  fencing  or  road   making  as aforesaid)  shall  be  cut
beyond the limit of such actual clearing; an . all merchantable timber cut
in the process of clearing, and disposed of,*sball be subject to  the payment
of the same dues as are at the time payable by the holders  of licenses to
cut timber:
The patents for all lands, hereafter entered or sold as aforesaid,  shall
contain a reservation of all merchantable timber growing or being  on tb<
said lands, which merchantable timber shall continue to be the prope ty of
Her Majesty; and any person or persons now or hereafter holding a license
to cut timber on such land, may, at all times during the  continuance  of
such license, enter upon the uncleared portion of such lands, and cut and
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remove such timber, and make all necess | roads or waterways for that
purpose, and for the purpose of hauling in supplies, doing no unnecessary
damage thereby. S
Holders of timber licenses, their servants and agents, shall have the
right to haul their timber over the uncleared portion of any land entered
as a home-tead or purchased as hereinbefore provided, and to make such
roads or waterways thereon as may be necessary for that purpose, doing
no unnecessary damage, and to use all slides, portages, roads, water-ways,
or other works previously constructed or existing on any land so entered
sold or leased, and the right of access to, and free use of all streams and
lakes theretofore used, or that may be necessary for the passage of timber ;
and all lend necessary for such work is hereby reserved.
VVhenever the survey of any township has been finally confirmed
and such township opened for homestead entry, any person who his bona
fide settled and made improvements before such confirmed survey on land
in such township, shall have a prior ri^ht to obtain homestead tntry for
the land so settled on, provided S'ich right be exercised within three
months after the land is openei for settlement; and provided that such
land has not been reserved or the right to homestead entry is not excepted
under the provisions of these Regulations.
Every person applying for homestead entry shall appear and make
affidavit before the local agent according to the form B, C, or D, in the
schedule to these Regulations, as the circumstances require; and upon
filing such affidavit with the said local agent or senior clerk, and oa payment to him of an office fee of ten dollars, such person shall receive a
receipt from the said local agent or senior clerk, according to the form J
in the schedule to these Regulations ; and such receipt shall be a certificate
of entry, and shall be authority to the person obtaining it to take possession
of the land described in it:
The Minister of the Interior or the Dominion Lands Board, upon
requisition, may authorize any person named therein to make a homestead
entry on behalf of any person signing such requisition and desiring to
obtain such entry who shall make application in the form E in the schedule
to these Regulations, on behalf of each of those whom he represents, and
shall make an affidavit before the local agent or, in his absence, the senior
clerk performing his duties, according to form F, G, or H, in the schedule
to these Regulations, as the circumstances of the case require, and shall
pay for each homestead entry the office fee of ten dollars hereinbefore
prescribed for such entry, and shxil rective for each fee so paid a receipt in
the form J in theschedule hereto :
In case a dispute arises between persons claiming the right to homestead entry for the same land, the local agent, or senior clerk, or any
person thereto authorized by the Minister of the Interior, shall make
investigation and obtain evidence respecting the facts, and his report
thereon, together with the evidence taken, shall be referred to the Minister
of the Interior foT decision, or to the Dominion Lands Board, Commissioner
of Dominion Lands, or such person as may be appointed by the Governor
in Council to consider and decide in cases* of such disputes.
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Any person who has obtained a homestead entry shall be allowed a
period of six months from its date within which to perfect th* entry, by
taking in his own person possession of the land and beginning continuous
residence thereon and cultivation thereof; and if the entry be not perfected
within that period it shall be void, and the land shall be open to entry by
another person, or to other disposition under these Regulations by the
Minister of the Interior :
Provided further, that in the case of immigrants from elsewhere
the North American continent, the Governor in Council ma;
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upon proving to the satisfaction of the local agent that he, or t
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three years, shall be entitled to a patent for the land, provided such r
is accepted by the Commissioner of Dominion Lands, or, in his absence, by
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Any person proving that he has resided on the land for which he has
homestead entry for twelve months from the date of his perfecting his
entry therefor, and that he has brought under cultivation at le thirty
acres thereof, may, before the expiration of the three years d
clause two of this clause, obtain a patent by paying two dol
cents per acre for the land.
Any person claiming a patent tinder a homestead entry sh
entitled thereto upon making payment therefor at the rate of
per acre and proving to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of
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entry;
(6.) That within the first year after the date of his homestead entry
he broke and prepared for crop not less than five acres of his homestead
quarter-section; or if the land affected by his homestead en ry be timber
land, then in lieu of breaking and preparing for crop five acres he may
substitute therefor the clearing and fencing of three acres ;
(c.) That within the second year he cropped the said five acres, and
broke and prepared for crop not less than ten acres in addition, making
not less than fifteen acres in all: or if the land affected by his homestead
entry be timber land, in lieu of cropping five acres and breaking and
preparing for crop ten acres additional, he may substitute therefor cropping
the three acres broken the previous year, and clearing and fencing five
acres in addition, making in all eight acres cleared and fenced, three of
which shall also be cropped ;
(d.) That he has erected a habitable house upon his homestead before
the expiration of the second year after his homestead entry,   and has bona
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(e.) That at the commencement of the third year after the date of his
homestead entry, or previously, he commenced the residence on his homestead required by the next preceding paragraph of this sub-clause.
Proof of the residence and improvements required by this clause shall
be made by the claimant by affidavit, and shall be corroborated by the
evidence on oath ot two disinterested witnesses, resident in the vicinity of
the land affected by their evidence, and accepted as sufficient by the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, or, in his absence, by a member of the
Land Board ; such affidavit shall be sworn and such testimony given
before the local agent, or, in his absence, the senior clerk performing his
duties, or some other person named for that purpose by the Minister of
the Interior.
Every person who has obtained a homestead entry, and who proposes
to apply for a patent for such homestead, shall give six months notice in
writing to the Agent of Dominion Lands of his intention to make such
application, and shall produce evidence to the officer who is authorized to
receive the application that such notice has heeu duly given.
In case it is pnrred to the satisfaction of the Minister of the Interior
that a settler has not resided upon and cultivated his homestead, except as
herein provided, for at least six months in any one year, or has failed to
cultivate and crop the said laud during the first two years after obtaining
entry therefor, or to erect a habitable house before the expiration of the
second year after such entry, and to bona fide reside therein and cultivate
the land for three years next prior to the date of his application for patent
or has made any false statement in the affidavit in support of his application for entry; or ii he fails, within the time provided for in these
Regulations, to apply for a patent for his homestead, an I to pay for the
said homestead the price specified in these Regulations, the right to the
land shall be forfeited and the entry therefor shall be cancelled, and the
settler so forleiting his entry shall not be eligible to obtain another entry,
except in special cases, in the discretion of the Minister of the Interior.
Provided, that in the case of illness, vouched for by sufficient evidence
or in the cises of immigrants requiring to return to their native land to
bring out their families to their homesteads, or in other special cases, the
Minister of the Interior, may, in his discretion, grant an extension of time
during which a settler may be absent from his homestead without prejudice
to his right therein ; but the extension of time so granted shall not connt
as residence.
A homestead, the entry of which his been cancelled, may, at the
discretion of the Minister, be held for homestead entry by another person,
on such terms and conditions as the Minister of the Interior may prescribe
or for sale of the land with the improvements, if any, or of the improvements alone, in connection with homestead entry thereof, to another person.
Any assignment or transfer of homestead right or any part thereof,
and any agreement to assign or tranfer any homestead right or any part
thereof after patent shall have been obtained, made, or entered into  before
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the issue of the patent, shall be null and void; and the person so assigning
or transferring or making an agreement to assign or tranfer shall forfeit
his homestead right, and shall not be permitted to make another homestead
entry: Provided, that a person whose homestead may have be n recom
mended for patent by the local agent or senior clerk, and who has received
from such agent or clerk a certificate to that effect in the form K in the
schedule to these Regulations, countersigned by the. Commissioner of
Dominion Lands, or in his absence, by any member of th« Dominion Lands
Board, may legally dispose of and convey, assign or transfer his right and
title therein.
Fruit Culture.
Any person eligible under these Regulations to obtain a homestead
entry may, for fruit-growing purposes, upon payment of a fee of ten
dollars, and upon making application therefor to the local a^ent in the
fortn L in the schedule hereto, obtain entry for any area not in excess of
one quarter-section of Dominion lands of the class open for homestead
entry under these Regulations, upon the following terms and conditions :
(a.) For each legal sub-division included in the land entered, the
applicant shall, during the first year after the date of entry, clear at least
four acres and plant the same in fruit trees, bushes, plants or vines, to the
number prescribed in these Regulations :
(b.) During the second year he shad clear and plant three acres additional; and any trees, plan* s or vines, planted the preceding year which
may have died shall be replaced ;
(c.) During the third year he shall clear three acres additional, planting the same as in the first and second years, and replacing any trees,
shrubs, plants or vines, planted during the first and second years which
may have died :
(d) At the end of the third year he shall have ten acres cleared and
planted with fruit trees, bushes or vines :
(e.) Provided that the clearing and planting herein provided for may
be made upon any portion of the land entered for :
(/.) The fruit trees, bushes or vines to be planted by the applicant as
herein provided shall be in the proportion set foiih in the following table,
according to the variety or vaiieties planted: —Apple tree",- standards, 33
feet apart, 40 per acre; Pear trees, standards, 20 feet apart, 110 per acre ;
Peach trees, standards, 15 feet apart, 200 per acre ; Plum trets, standards,
15 feet apart, 200 per acre; Cherry trees, standards, 20 feet apart, 110
per acre; Currant bushes, 4 feet apart by 6 feet, 1,815 per acre; Gooseberry bushes, 4 feet apart by 6 feet, 1,815 per acre; Grapes, 10 feet apart
by 12 feet, 364 per acre; Raspberries, 3 feet apart by 6 feet, 2,42.5 per
acre; Strawberries, 1 foot apart by 4 feet, 10,900 per acre.
(g.) At the expiration of five years from the date of his entry the
applicant, or in case of his death his legal representative, upon proving to
the satisfaction of the local agent, that there are then growing upon the
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land and in healthy condition the number of trees, bushes, plants or vines
as the case may be, prescribed by these Regulations, shall be entitled to a
patent for the land upon payment therefor at the rate of one dollar per
acre, provided such proof is accepted by the Commissioner of Dominion
Lands or, in his absence, by a member of the Land Bo»rd; but such
patent shall not issue to any person who is not a subject of Her Majesty
by birth or naturalization.
(h.) If any person fails to comply with any of the conditions his entry
therefor shall be forfeited and cancelled, and he shall have no claim to the
land whatever, except in special cases, in the discretion of the Minister of
the Interior.
Grazina Lands.
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for such term of yeais and at such rent,in each case,as may be deemed expedient ; and every *.uch lease shall contain a condition by which the Governor in Council may authorize the Minister of the Interior, at any time
daring the term of the lease, to give, the lessee notice of cancellation
thereof ; and at the end of two years from the seivice of such notice such
lease shall cease and determine.
Mining and Mining Lands.
Lands containing coal  or other minerals,   whether in  surveyed  o
unsurveyed territory, may be disposed of in such manner and p| such
terms and conditions as may, from time to time, be fixtd by the Governor
in Council by regulations to be made in that behalf.
It is hereby declared that no grant from the Crown of lands in
freehold, or for any less estate, has operate! or will operate as a conveyance
of the minerals therein, unless the same are expressly conveyed in such
grant.
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The provisions of the Dominion Mining Regulations having reference
to the diversion and use o* the water from any stream or lake, and the
rights of way necessary for the construction of flumes and ditches to
convey such water, shall apply to the diversion and use of the water from
any stream or lake, and the rights of. way necessary to the conveyance
thereof in respect of the irrigation of agricultural lands.
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mimber Licenses.
{a.) The word " timber" &hall mean all wood ard the products thereof.
It shall be unlawful for any person, without a license in that behalf,
to be granted as hereinafter mentioned, to cut, fell or carry away any trees
or timier upon or from any Dominion lands.
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Penalty for the first offence of two hundred
default of immediate payment to imprisonment f
and, for a second conviction, to both a fine ot  iwc
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be not included in any surveyed township, stake out the land sought for,
by placing at each angle or corner of the lands a stake or post at least four
inches square, and standing uot less than four feet above the surface of the
ground; and upon each post he shall inscribe his name, and the an»
represented thereby, thus:—" A.B.'s, N.&. corner" (meaning
corner), or as the case may be; except such posts are so planted
notice referred to in the next succeeding section is given, all tb
icgs taken by the applicant shall be void; and with his app
shall forward to the Minister of the Interior a map
so staked out, specifying metes and bounds and sh<
information in bis power respecting the same; but
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papers circulating in the district in which the lands lie, notice of his
application for timbt r license, and shall in such notice give the best description of the land applied for, specifying metes and bounds, and such further
particulars, if any, as may be required by the Minister ot the Interior.
Timber licenses (Form A) s
length of time as may be deten
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or timber from Domion lands may obtain a license to that effect upon
proving to the satisfaction of the Minister of the Interior that he has complied with the following provisions, such proof to be made by affidavit in
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ment of any such sum within thirty
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No timber license shall be granted in respect of lands forming the site
of an Indian settlement or reserve, and the Minister of the Interior may
refuse to grant a license in respect of any particular land if, in his opinion
it is deemed expedient in the public interest so to do.
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VANCOUVER CITY.
The Western Terminus of the Canadian Paeifie Railway.
A  BRIEF  REVIEW. it
How can the history of Vancouver be briefly, interestingly and truthfully told ? The most conservative statement of historical facts would
seem to read like an exaggerated romance from the pen of a Haggard.
The truth is, no one knows thoroughly the history of Vancouver. Its
growth has been so remarkable and so rapid that there has been no time
to consecutively note events. Truthful statements made today have
repeatedly proven false ami misleading on the morrow. The chronicler of
Vancouver's remarkable achievements in growth and prosperity must
needs be a shorthand writer. There is even yet no time for a summary of
what has been accomplished duiing the few years that have passed since
the birth of the city.
Until near the end of the seventies, with one or two exceptions, no
effort had been made to possess the trackless wilderness where the city of
Vancouver now stands. In 1885, when railroad communication was
established with the eastern provinces, news of the boundless wealth,
commanding beauty, and illimitable possibilities spread eastward, and the
destiny of the future city was assured.
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1    P. O. Vancouver, B. C. Family and -Dispensing Chemists.   Pure Drugs
J   and Chemicals, &c.   Dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions a specialty.
Orders by mail receive prompt attention.      P.O. Box 539*.
The Medical Hall
POPULATION"
The city was incorporated under th
5th 1886, since which time its growtJ
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And the city's growth continues uninterrupted,
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Vancouver is fast gaining reputation and fan
With such a vast area of tributary country, and its position e
the incentive to the establishment of manufacturing institutions is beginning to be felt, and in the near future Vancouver looks forward to the
establishment of several new industries that are now on the verge of
consummation. The phenomenal growth of the city and the increase in
the manufactories which have been already established area sure prophecy
of unlimited progress in the future.
The following is a list of some of the manufacturing industries which
are already in successful operation : —
Hastings Saw Mill Co, Royal City Planing Mills sash and door
factory, Moodyville. Saw Mill Co, • Brunette- Saw Mill Co, Fader Bros.
Lumber Co., Vancouver Shingle Mills, Vancouver Iron Works, C. P. R.
works and machine shops, S n Juan Lime Co, six breweries, carriage and
furniture factory, ship building yards, News-Advertiser bookbinding and
blank book manufactory, soap manufactory, etc.
The city council has voted §30,000 as a bonus to induce J. N. Rogers
& Co. to establish a sugar refinery in Vancouver, which will not cost less
than $100,000, and give employment to 100 men. A wooden ware manufactory, two large saw mills, and two new furniture factories are projected.
It is a safe prediction that all ot these industries will be in actual operation
before the close of the present year.
In harmony with the city's custom of keeping in the foreground of
progress, she is just completing an electric street railway, with all the
modern improvements. The line commences at the head of Granville
street, and runs down the same to Hastings, runs east on Hastings to
Cambie, along Cambie to Cordova, runs east on Cordova to Carrall, along
Carrall to Powell, east on Powell to head of Westminster avenue and
terminates there, a distance of four miles. "The need of rapid and cheap]
transit in a rapidly growing city is quite obvious, acd^the completion of
this prodigious task but illustrates the enterprise of the citizens.
'I he fame of this city is so great throughout all the Dominion that
great numbers of people are constantly arriving. This necessitates the
building of many nouses and business blocks, and good substantial ones
they are, too.    To study the characteristics of the growth and remarkable
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development of VaneoiiAer would be like trying to analyze and account for
one of the ancient miracles. Ot course, it will be said thao geographical
advantages, and the accident of the Caoadiai Pacific Railway, making its
terminus there is what made Vancouver what § is. This is true, but
besides those advantages, there has been an enterprise and a sublime faith
in the future without parallel id history. No resident of Vancouver has
ever had occasion to lose faith in the city. Since the day that local citk
zensbip was born, there has been present with every citizen a byalty and
enthusiasm that gave birth to royal enterprise and magnificent results.
Vancouver has never bud a real estate bo >m. Prices of both residence
and business property are below what is asked for less valuable property
in the American cities on tf.e Sound.
An eastern man's first question when thinking of coming to Vancouver is, "What is your climate 1" On this side of the range of mountains
that skirt the coast itom north to south at varying distances, the climate
is such that fuchsias will thrive the year round. Snow rarely lies more
than a day or two at a tini"; with,the possible exception of the past winter,
even which was not severe enough to inconvenience any one to any degree.
During the summer, the sultry and oppressive weather prevalent m the
east is unknown here, and while occasionally the mercury leaches 85o,
there is ne?er a night in the year wheu one cannot sleep under a blanket.
The city has its occasio 1 visitations of fogs, which mo derate the climate,
and give needed moisture to vegetation. Fro.n a sanitary p int of view,
there is not a more inviting region in the whol^ province than Vancouver,
Here, in common with all pans of the coas^, there are but two seasons,
wet and dry, which may account in a' measure for the entire absence of
many diseases prevalent in corresponding latitudes elsewhere. Sunstroke
and prostration from heat are unknown, arid the ratio of deaths from pulmonary complaints is notably small.
The soil varies in c >£nr and quality, from heavy clay to gravel, but
excepting the gravel ringes, it I-s all very feitile an i pioductive. lu some
places, the al;uvi>il deposit is many feet deep.
The year 1889 was a great year i.r the history of Vancouver, but
the present indications are that 1890 will far exceed it in the matter ot
building. The most important ot thope contemplated are-the new C.P.R.
general offices, which will probably cof;. $50 000, and the new opera house,
which will be erected by the same company at a co-t ot $75,000. During
1889, the buildings erected exceded ia value v $1,500,0 )0 No city on
the Sound can boast of having more costly and substantial business blocks
than Vancouver
Stanley Park comprises all that part of the penisula west of Coal
Harbor, some nine htiudse'-i and sj&ty ;iere,s.:, ■-■ J|',i»;a mosc* delightful place
for lovers' of beautiful senary'to visit.* It': }§§| ia w^li- rkife driveway
ot gravel and shells ex ten din lt completely round it, and from so in? of
the hill tops on this road, the view is one ot the grandest imaginable.
'Ihe East End Park is located as its name would indicate, in the eastern part of the city. It containsnone hundie'd -and sixty acres, and when
the extensive improvements which are -contemplated M completed, it wnll
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Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery and Table Ware.
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be a favorite resort for both tourists and residents     The park was donated
to the city by the Government.
The South Side Park is situated in the extreme south-eastern part ef
the city, and contains many natural advantages over the ordinary park. It
contains forty acres, and was given to the city by a Toronto capitalist.
There is a beautiful lake in the heart of this tract of land which adds very
materially to its general appearance, and when certain projected improve
ments are made, this will be one of the handsomest parks on the coast.
GENERAL INFORMATION
There was an unusual amount of snow duiing the year 1889. Size of
fown lots 49 1-2x132 fe t. Rate of city taxation 1%, if paid within thirty
days after being notified of the sann being due, and 1.4/ if allowed to run
over the thirty day*. Board and lodging at hotels ranges from $5.00
upwards. Laborers' wages $1.75 to $2.50 per day, mechanics' wages from
$3.50 to $5.50 per day. The legal hack rate is 50c per mile or $1.00 per
hour. C.P.R steamers leave every second week for China and Japan.
C. P. N. Company's steamers leave twice a week for Seattle and Tacoraa
direct. The distance to Victoria is 72 miles, New Westminster 20 miles.
Vancouver has a well organised police force with J. M. McLaren as chief.
The city debt up to the 31 at of December last was only $66,000. The
population is estimated to be between fourteen and fifteen thousand- Tlile
telephone list contains nearly 300 subscribers. The city is lighted by
both gas and electricity. The Water Works Oo. get their water supply
from the Capilano river, on the north side of Burrard Inlet Strangers
will find an excellent field for investment in either real estate or business.
Residence property has increased at the rate of 120 per cent A
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The Mayor and Aldermen, (10) are elected annually, second Monday
in December.
The Council meet  weekly each Monday at the City Hall, Powell
Street, at 8 p.m.    The public are admitted.
Mayor: David Oppenheimer.
Aldermen.
Ward 1. J. M. Browning, J. T Carroll.
2. J. W. Home, J. F. Garden.
3. J. M. Fox, T. W. Sentell.
4. M. Costelio, M. McLeod
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Collector, Geo. Baldwin | Assistant Assessor, H. Hemlow; City Accountant, 0. Tetley; City Engineer, J. P Lawson; Assistant Engineer, R. E.
Palmer; City Solicitor, A. St George Hamersley; Medical Health Officer,
vacant; Health, Fire and License Inspector, Joseph Huntly; City Auditor,
J. Leask; Park Ranger, H. Avison; Caretaker, Alex McDonald; Street
Inspector, T. Stevenson.
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Finance—J.M.Browning, Chairman, JT.F.Garden, J. M.Fox, M.Costelio
H. Mason,
Board of Works—J.W.Horne, Chairman, J.M.Browning, T.W.Sentell
M. Costelio, 0. Doering.
Fire, Water and Light—J. M. Fox, Chairman, J. T. Carroll, J. F. Garden, M. McLeod, C, Doering.
Police—M. Costelio, Chairman, J. W.Home, H. Mason, T. W. Sentell,
J. T. Carroll.
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Board of   Health—H. Mason,  Chairman,   M. McLeod,"* J. M. Fox,
J. W. Home, J. T. Carroll. g      §
I POLICE,
Office—City Hall, Powell Street.     Magistrate, M. A. McLean; Clerk
of Court, vacant;   Chief «f Police, vacant;   Sergeant, John  McLaren
Constable, D. J, R, Cameron.
Night Watchman,  John McBwen i   Gaoler, V. W. Haywood;   Assistant Gaoler, John Clough.
E. A. BROWJY, Real Estate Agent,
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(See also preface to Street Directory.)
Cnief H Carlisle.
Invincible Hose Company, No. 1. Engine house 14 Water street. Foreman Thos Whiston, Engineer A W Cameron, Hosemen A Montgomery, W L Heywood, H E Campbell, Stoker E Scrathley, Drivers A
Clegg, T Simpson. Callmen, J Glenn, G Henderson, C E Millington,
A Cates, HA Stewart, J Harvey.
Reliance Hose Company, No. 2. Engine House 538 Seymour street
opposite C P R Hotel. J| Foreman G M Taylor, Engineer W Hamilton,
Hosemen A C Evans, W A Williamson, Stoker J W Campbell,
Callmen J Blair, E C Britton, J Leajohn.
Licenses issued by the City.
Auctioneers $100 per annum
Bill Posters $50 per annum
Billiards, Pool, etc. $ 10 per annum
Bowling Alley, Shooting, etc, $10 per annum
Cabs, Omnibuses etc. $10 per annum
Chimney Sweeps $5 per annum
Circus per exhibition $100
Drays, Expiesses, etc. $5 per annum
Feed Sale, etc. $25 per annum
Hawkers $100 per annum or $10 per month
Hotels $200 per annum
Houses under Sect. 27 (Any description of Refreshments)!!5 per annum
Intelligence Offices $10 per annum
Junk Dealers $100 per annum
Livery Stables $25 per annum
Liquor Shops $400 per annum
* Opium $500 per annum
Pawnbrokers $300 per annum
Pipe Layers $25 per annum
Peddlers $100 per annum or $1 per day
Restaurant (Liquor) $100 per annum
Saloons $400 per annum
Scavengers $10 per annum
Second Hand Stores $100 per annum
Side Shows at Circus $10 per day
Shops (Liquor) $400 per annum
Sparring, &c, per exhibition $50
Transient Traders $100 per annum or $10 a week
Theatre, &c. building $100 per annum
Wax Works &c. in any building $5 per exhibition
Wholesale Liquor $50 per annum
H. NlcDOWELL and Co., DRUGGISTS,
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BANKS  AND   BANKERS.
(See page 32)
BOARD   OF  TRADE.
(Site page 33)
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES CONNECTED  THERE-
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Church of England.
ST. JAMES', corner Gore Avenue and Oppenbeimer Street, Rector, Rev*
H. G. Fiennes-Clinton, res. Oppenbeimer Street. Sunday services
8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School in school building 2.30
p.m., week-day services 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Guilds in connection with St. James'—
The St. James' Working Guild, for ladies.
The St. Agatha's Guild, for young women.
All Saints' Guild for young men.
ST. PAUL'S Mission Church, in connection with St. James', Hornby
Street, Rev. H. Edwardes curate-in-ch;trge, res. 323 Oppenheimer
Street, assisted by Mr. R. E. Leonard, layman.
ST. MICHAEL'S Mission Church, in connection with St. James', Mount
Pleasant.   Services by the clergy of St. James'.
CHRIST CHURCH, Georgia cor BurrarS, Rector, Rev. H.   P.   Hobson,
res. Georgia.    Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Voung Men's Society in,connection  with   Christ  Church meet  each
Monday.    President Rev. H. P. Hobson.   Sec-Treas. W, Weeks.
Ladies' Aid Society meet each Tuesday.    President Mrs.  Hobson.
Sec.-Treas. Mrs. Skeene.
Girls' Society meet each Thursday.
3d
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FIRST BAPTIST, Dunsmuir cor. Hamilton. Pastor, Rev. J. B. Kennedy,
Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting each Wednesday.
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor meet each Saturday.
President W. Thomas, Secretary F. Gross.
Ladies' Aid Society meet monthly.    President  (vacant), Secretary
Mrs. McFarlane.
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Oi WnGthcifll and U0« Co7._ Cordova & Cambie Streets, Vancouver, B.|§
P.O. Box 477.     Telephone No. aia.     Special att«ation given to Investments for non-residents. -M
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Congregational.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL, Richard cor. Georgia.
W. Fedley. Sunday services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
2.30.    Prayer meeting each Wednesday 7.30 p.m.
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Robson, res. 309 Homer Street. Sunday Services 11 a.m, and 7 p.m.
Sunday School 2.30 p.m.    Prayer  meeting,   Wednesday,   7.30  p.m.
•is and W. Hicks.
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Young People's Institute meet each r
Rev. E. Robson, Secretary, T. Beckett
Ladies' Aid Society meet each Wednesc
T. B. Godfrey, Secretary Mrs. Phipps.
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PRINCESS STREET, cor. Dunlevy Avenue. Pastor Rev. J. F. Betts,
res. Princess cor. Jackson Avenue (building) present address 511
Princess street. Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School
2.30 p.m. Evening Prayer eaoh Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Local
Preachers Messrs- G. Proud and Francis Williams.
A third Church will shortly be erected at Mount Pleasant, cor. Westminster and Ninth Avenue with seating accommodation for about 300.
The Board is composed of the following:   Sec-Treas  C. L.  Brown,
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skma>y Ch'an Sing Tai. Sunday Services 2.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7.30 p.m. Day school Teacher Mrs
C. R. Monk.
Presbyterian.
FIRST   PRESBYTERIAN,     Oppenheimer    street.     Pastor   (vacant)
Sunday Services 11 a.m.  and 7 p.m.    Week-day Thursday evening
Young People's Association meet each Tuesday, President D  G Mc
Donald
Ladies' Aid Society meet each Wednesday afternoon.    President Mrs
M A McLean, Secretary Miss Muir.
ST. ANDREW'S, cor Riehard and  Georgia itreets.    Pastor Rtr. E D
McLaren, B D.   Sunday Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.    Sabbath School
H     2.30 p.m.    Prayer Meeting each Wednesday, at 8 p.m.
Young People's Society meet each Friday at 8 p.m.    President  Rev
E D McLaren, Corresponding Secretary G F Gibson
Women's Association meet monthly, second   Wednesday     President
Mrs McLaren, Secretary Mrs Mcintosh.
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ZION  PRESBYTERIAN CHUtiCB,  temporary  building  Westminster
avenue cor Princess street. Pastor Rev J M McLeod. Sunday
services 11 a.m, and 7 p^m. Sunday school 2.30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7.30 p.m.
Ladies' Aid Society, meet each Tuesda
Secretary, Miss Jean J Fraser.
y.    President Mrs S C   Stacy,
Roman Catholic.
CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE HOLY ROSARY, Richard st.,
Rector, Rev Father Patrick Fay, res 430 Richard street Sunday
services, Mass 9 a.m., High Mass 10.30 a.m., evening service 7.15,
week-day services daily Mass 7 and Friday evening service 7.80.
Cemetery.
Situated on the North Arm road, about two miles from City Hall,
taker Alex McDonald.
Cars-
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Stock   at
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LIBRARIES AND READING ROOMS.
Vancouver  Free  Reading  Room  and  Library,   144 Cordo\»
Street. Librarian, George Pollay. Opened daily from 9 to 1 a.m. and
from 4 to 10 p.m. Sundays from 2 to 6 p.m., and from 8 to 10 p.m.
The books of the circulating library -are permitted to be retained not
longer than one week, and the borrower as a security, giving a reference to one householder in the city. Daily papers from all parts of
Canada and the United States, all the best journals, periodicals and
reviews, and also the English pictorial papers are regularly received
and on file.    President, T. Dunn ; Secretary-Treas., A. J. Mouat
Y. M. C. A., 139, Hastings Street, west. The reading room free to all.
A circulating library for members only.
Evangelical Society Free Reading  Room, 411 Hastings Street.
Geo. In wood.
Circulating Library, S. T. Tilley, Cordova Street, near Oarrall.
Benevolent Societies Libraries. Most of these societies have reading
rooms for members and their friends; and a circulating library for
members only.
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The City Hospital, Pender Street, between Cambie and Abbott. Physicians, VH. E. Langis, M.D., J., M. Lefevre, M.D., W. J. McGuigan,
M.D., A.M. Robertson, M.D., D. Bell-Irving, M.D. Patients without
means admitted free by obtaining a certificate from the Hospital Board
signed by one physician. Patients with me^ns by payment of $10.00
weekly. Matron—Miss Susan Swan. Nurses—Miss Mary Ann
Alcock, Mis3 M. Woodward.    Night Nurse—Chas. Gibson.
St. Luke's Home, 311 Oppenbeimer Street. A private hospital and
home lor nurses, under the management of Sister Frances.
NEWSPAPERS:
(See page 36)
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Office 309 Hastings Street West.
Post Master—J Miller.
(For other officials see page 24)
Wicket Delivery opened from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Registry Office opened from 8. a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Money order office opened from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Postage stamps on sale from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
The office closed on Sundays.
Private Boxes can be secnred on paymenn of $6 par annum by a fin", company or a single person, but letters must be distinctly addressed to the
number of the box.
Street Letter Boxes—Collections from these boxes are made daily, including Sundays, at 11:30 Boxes are placed at the fallowing points:
Foot of Granville Street, w False Creek ; cor Cordova and Oarrall;
cor Gore Avenue and Powell ; cor Burrard and Georgia ; Granville
Street, near False Creek Bridge; Mount Pleasant.
Mails.
From all points East daily, except Saturdays, arrive 2:25 p.m.      Depart
daily, except Monday, at 12:30 p.m.
From Victoria, daily, except Monday, arrive 9 a.m.     Depart daily, except
Monday at 2 p.m.
From New Westminster arrive daily except Sunday at 9, 11 a.m. 2:25 5:20
p.m.    Depart 1:30 p.m.
From Moodyvilie, arrive daily except Sunday at 1 p.m.    Depart 3 p.m.
From North Arm and Sea Island arrive Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
at 11:15 p.m. Depart same days at 3 p.m.
From and to China and Japan.    Monthly.
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1*1 Agents, Accountants, &c.
Ne. 138 Cordova Street. Vancouver, -B.C. DIPLOCK & OSBURN
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For Post Offices in the Province see page 24.
For Money Order Offices in the Province see page 24.
For Teleg:aph Offices in the Province see page 26
For Provincial Postal rates see page 2 6
For Foreign Postal rates see page 28
For Commissions on Money Orders see page 28
Public Board of Education—Wm. Brown, (Chairman), C. W. Murray, G*
I. Wilson, John Devine, G. F. Baldwin.    For Teachers see page 30.
TRANSPORTATION.  §   \
Canadian Pacific Railway to all points. East daily, arriving daily. To
New   Westminster,   three times daily.
Principal Officials in Vancouver.
General Superintendent Department—H. Abbott, General Supt; J. D-
Townley, Assistant Supt; J. J. Mulhall, Chief Clerk j Voucher department, S. Henderson ; Pay Roll Department, J. P Geddes, Sec
Assistant Superintendent Department—W M Downie, Assistant Supt; R
E Brett, Secretary
Engineering Department—H J Cambie, Chief Engineer ; A R Green, H
B Walkem, H G Leaycraft, Assistant Engineers
Freight Department—HE Connon, Agent; J Browne, Chief Olerk
General Freight and Passenger Agents Department -D E Brown, Agent;
J T Loutit, Chief Clerk
Land Department—J M Browning, Assistant Land Commissioner jj H T
Painter, Accountant
Local Treasurer Department—F W Salsbury, Local Treasurer; L N Smith,
Cashier ; H T Wilgress, Paymaster
Mechanical Department—L R Johnson, Master Mechanic ; H B Gilmour,
Locomotive Foreman
Passenger Department—Geo Mc L Brown, Ticket Agent; C R Townley,
J Slater, Assistant Ticket Agents ; R Robinson, Baggage Master
Purchasing Department—A J Dana, Assistant Purchasing Agent
Roadmasters Department—W Craig, Roadmaster
Stores Department—A W Black, Storekeeper;   G McDonald, Chief Clerk
Telegraph Department—James Wilson, Superintendent; John Fletcher,
Circuit Manager and Chief Operator,   W B Young, Local Manager
Train Despatches—W O Miller, Chief
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Sfifll   Hml.   P.O., Vancouver,:B.C. Family and Dispensing Chemists. Pure Drugs
l,wul  ■■**■■ J   ^ Chemicals,  &c.   Dispensing Physicians' Prescriptions a specialty
Orders by mail receive prompt attention.      P.O. Box 894.
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B.C. CITIES DIRECTORY.
STEAMERS.
C. P. R. Trans-Pacific Line to China and Japan  monthly in winter and
weekly in summer.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co., Arriving and leaving every five days for  San
Francisco.
C P R steamer *' Danube," fortnightly to Portland, Oregon
C P N Company's steamers twice a week to Tacoma, Port Townsend   and
Seattle.    Office C P N wharf
C P Navigation Company's steamers  daily to Victoria,  except  Monday,
Office 0 P R wharf
SS" Dunsmuir," for Nanaimo, leaves and arrives Mondays,  Thursdays,
and Fridays C P N wharf
s S "Lachmee | and "Michigan | from City Wharf, leave fortnightly for
Portland
The Steamers | Mamie," I Etta White," " Tepic," " Mermaid,"" Active "
"The Belle" carry passengers for any point when required,  from
City Wharf
STAGES.
G R Raymond's stage to New Westminster, daily, except Sunday.
and stables Queen Bros, Cambie street near Water street,
W H Steeves* stage to the North Arm, leaves Fashion Stables,
Alley, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
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Vancouver Water Works.
Incorporated in April 1886, for the purpose of supplying the City of Vancouver with water obtained from the Capilano which is a mountain stream
of considerable magnitude, being reported to be no less than fifty miles in
length, and averaging for a distance of seven miles up stream (the only
portion which has as yet been surveyed) a width of 150 feet at low water.
It rises in the snow crowned mountains of the Howe Sound district and
flows almost due south, emptying into Burrard Inlet at the First Narrows.
The source is not a mountain lake, but the accumulated waters derived
from melted snow and ice falling from the mountain summit. Being a
mountain stream it is throughout its whole course very rapid, averaging
five feet per second, and falling at the rate of 70 to 100 feet per mile. The
point where the supply is taken from is 6| miles up stream, at which place
the river was carefully guaged and ascertained to be discharging at extreme
low water an average of 450,000,000 gallons per 24 hours. A double service of main pipes is being laid, which will ensure an uninterrupted supply.
President, Capt John Irving Directors, Sir J W Trutch, C M G,
R P Rithet, Thomas Earle, D M Eberts. Secretary, J W McFarland. Chief
Engineer,  G A Keefer,  C E.      Resident Engineer,  H B Smith, C E.
McLENNA|4 and IVfcFEELY, 132 Cordova Street
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PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Vancouver Gas Co Office, 100 Cordova Street. Capital $150,000 in
7,500 shares of $20 each. President G LMilne; Sec-Treasurer, C D
Rand; Manager, Walter Thomas
Vancouver Electric Railway and Lighting Co—Office 313 Hastings Street,
Capital $500,000 in 5,000 shares of $100 each. Chairmao/T Dnnn ;
Sec and Treas, H T Oeperley. About four miles of track is already
laid.    Thompson Houston system.    Cars will.be running in March
Vancouver Club—Lefevre Block, Hastings St. comer Seymour St. President, H Abbott; Committee, J C Keith, J M Browning, F C Cotton,
A St George Hamersley, R H Alexander, R P Cook, C Sweeney, Hon
Sec and Treas, G R Major
Brocton Point Amateur Athletic Club—Committee C Sweeny, 0 D Rand
J C Keith, R G Tatlow, T Dunn, A St.George Hamersley, R
Wilkinson, T Stevenson. Membership $2.50 per annum. The
grounds are leased from the city for 40 years. Every member of any
club in the city must also become member of the B.P.A.A. Club
Vancouver Chess and Draught Club—Ferguson Block,  Hastings Street.
Sec and Treas, M H Hirschberg
Deutsche Geseilschaft (German Association)—President Johann Wulffsohn.
Sec. Jacob Zinck
Imperial Federation League—Vancouver Brauch. Organized Sept 1889.
President, R H Alexander; Vice-President, F C Cotton, Revs. E D
McLaren and H P Hobson ; Treasurer, C Sweeny; Sec R E Gosnell.
Membership 100
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WRITING PAPERS and ENVELOPES of the Best Grades.
LEDGERS, JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS, CASH BOOKS,    |
LETTER PRESSES,  LETTER-COPYING BOOKS,
AND EVERY REQUISITE  GENERALLY FOUND IN A STATIONERY STORE.
E. A. Brown, Real Estate Ageirt,
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The profession or business in the following list of householders and
Firms is only given at their respective places of business ; to find the
occupation of householders refer to the alphabetical list of names.
Ward Limits and Representatives.
Ward |f Aldermen—J M Browning, J T Carroll, comprises the Government military reserve forming p*rt of Coal Harbor peninsular, lot No.
185, group i New Westminster District, that part of Lot 541 and
False Creek, lying west of a line drawn along the centre of Richard
street from the shore of Burrard Inlet to False Creek and north of a
line drawn midway between the banks of False Creek from the centre
of Richards street produced south-westerly to a point midway
between the banks of False Creek to the mouth of False Creek.
Ward 2. Aldermen—J W Home, J F Garden, comprises tbat part of lot.
541 lying esst of the eastern boundary of Ward No. 1 and that.part
of False Creek lyiu^ north of a line drawn midway between the banks
of False Creek from the centre of Richard street, produced southwesterly to the centre of the present traffic bridge over said False
Creek.
Ward 3. Aldermen—J M Fox, T W Sentell, comprises that part of lots
196 and 181, group 1 New Westminster District, lying North of the
centre of Hastings Street.
Ward 4. Aldermen—M Costelio, M McLeod comprises Lots 182, 183, 184,
264 a, these pa«ts of lots 196 and 181 lying South of the centre of
Hastings Street, that part of False Creek lying East of the present
traffic bridge, and that part of lot 195 lying within the City Limits.
Ward 5. Aldermen—H Mason, C Doering, comprises that part of the City
of Vancouver bounded on the East by the Western boundary of lot
164a, the shore of False Creek to the present traffic bridge, and along'
said traffic bridge to a point midway between the banks of False Creek
from the centre of said traffic bridge to the mouth of said creek; thence
by a line drawn South-Westerly, across the mouth of False Creek to
the point on English Bay west of the Indian Reserve thence along the
shore of English Bay to the western boundary of the City on the West
by the Western boundary of the City, and on the South by the
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Commencing at the Eastern Boundary of District, lot 184 running Westerly
along the shore of Burrard Inlet and English Bay to a point in District
lot 540 : thence Easterly along the Southern boundary of District lot
540 to th« Eastern boundary of District lot 264 A, thence Northerly
along the Eastern boundary of 2o4 A and 184 to the point of commencement.
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Commencing at a point 130 feet East of Carrall Street thence running
Southerly in a straight line to the lane in block 14 District Lot 196 ;
thence Southerly to the shore of False Creek, thence Westerly to a
point 100 feet west of Carrall street; thence Northerly to a lane in
block 29 District lot 541; thence Westerly along the line of said lane,
produced and following lane between Hastings and Pender streets to
the East bound?ry of lot 16 block 23, sub-division of lot No 541;
thence South-Westerly by a direct line to the Northern end of the
lane between Granville and Seymour Streets | thence Northerly along
said line to Robson Street; thence Westerly along Robson Street to
the lane between Granville and Howe Streets; 1 hence Northerly
along said lane to the South East corner of lot 5, block 32, thence in
a direct line to the South East corner of lot 5 block 22, thence
Westerly along the lane between Hastings and Pender Streets to
Howe Street; thence Northerly along the East side of Howe Street
to its intersection with the South side of Cordova Street produced
Westerly ; thence Easterly along Coidova Street, Water Street,
Alexander Street to a point 100 feet East of Columbia Avenue and
embracing a strip 50 feet in width on the North side of Cordova,
Water and Alexander Streets.
Extracts from the Fire Bye Law. —
(i No building shall be erected within the Fire Limits unless a permit for
the'erection thereof shall have first been obtained from the Board of
Works.55
" No Wooden building or part of building within the fire limits, shall be
raised, enlarged or repaired; (otherwise than sheds not ex needing 12
feet in height at the peak or closets not exceeding 10 f«-et square and
12 feet in height at the peak) but any wooden building may be
removed from one lot to another lot within the said fire limits not
otherwise, under certain conditions to be determined by the Mayor
and Board of Works."
Fire Alarm Boxes are fixed at the following places
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Corner Westminster Avenue and Powell Street
Granville Street and Drake Street
Westminster Avenue and Prior Street
Burrard and Georgia Street
Barclay and Bute Street
Cambie and Cordova Street
Oppenbeimer St. and Carl Avenue
Carroll and Hastings Street
Hastings and Granville Street
Seventh Avenue and Westminster Avenue
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Abbott Block, Granville, between
Pender and Dunsmuir.
Abbttt Mrs. Block, Hastings be-
between Richard and Seymour.
Anderson Block, Granville, between
Pender and Dunsmuir.
Allan Block, Cordova, near Carrall
Barnes Block, Dupont, between
Carrall and Columbia Ave.
Beckingsale Block, Cordova, between Cambie and Homer.
Bell-Irving Block, Cordova between
Homer and Richard.
Byrnes Block, Wa'er, cor Carrall.
Chamberlain Block, cor Carrall and
Alexander.
Clute Block, Hastings between Abbot and Cambie.
Condeli Block, Cordova, between
Cambie and Homer.
Corbould Block, Cordova, between
Granville and Seymour.
Crew Block, Granville, between
Dunsmuir and Georgia.
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Hamilton   Block,  Hasti
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Hickey Block, Abbott.
Home   Block,    Cordova,   between
Cambie and Homer.
Cordova,   between
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Innes   Block,    Hastings,    between
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J 0 Keith, Granville
Lefevre Block, Hastings, between
Seymour and Granville
G. Delbruck Block,  Cordova,   be-    London House Block, Cordova, be
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G. Delbruck Block,   Hastings,   between Seymour and Granville.
Delbruck Block, Cordova,  between    Masonic  Block. Cordova, between
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Durham Block, Granville.
Edmonds Bock, Water.
Elphinstone Block, Granville
Ferguson Block, Cordova, near Car-
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Ferguson Block, Hastings, between
Richard and Seymour.
Finch-Page
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Powers Block,   Granville,  between
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Gilmore & Clark Block, Carrall.
Goodmurphy Block, Granville.
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Simpson Block, Granville, between
Dunsmuir and Georgia
Grant    Block,    Cordova,   between    Sir Donald A. Smith Block, Gran-
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Springer and Van  Brsemer   Block,
Hastings, between Granville and
Seymour
Stephen, Lady, Block, Hastings,
between Richard and Seymour
Struthers Block, Cordova, between
Abbott and Cambie
Tatlow & Thompson, Hastings, between Richard and Seymour.
Tompkins Block, Pender
Towne Robinson Block, Carrall
Turner Block, Cordova, between
Homer and Richard
Twigge, Holman & Barker Block,
Cordova, between Granville and
Sevmour
Van Home   Block,  Granville,  between Dunsmuir and Georgia
Vermilyea   Block,   Granville,   between Robson and Smithe
Whetham Block, Cordova, cor Cambie
Whetham Block, Cordova, between
Cambie and Homer
Wilson (Towne & Robinson) Block,
Cordova,   between  Abbott   and
Cambie
Wilson Block, Cordova, cor Abbott
Wilson Block, Cordova, No 174-176
Windsor Hotel Block, Pender
Winters   Block,  Dupont,  between
Carrall and Columbia ave.
Abbreviations :
Ace, Accountant
Agt., Agent
Asst,, Assistant
Ave., Avenue
Bds., Boards
Bldgs., Buildings
Clk., Clerk
Com. Me*r., Commission Merchant
Cor. Corner
Dept., Department
Est., Estate
H., House
Mnfr., Manufacturer
Propr., Proprietor
Rev., Reverend
Ems., Rooms
Sec, Secretary
Sup., Superintendent
Trans., Transportation
Treas.. Treasurer
The word street is always understood.
The blanks opposite the number in several instances signifies that the
name of the householder has not been obtained, although every effort by
personal canvass and postal communication* has been made.
Abbott   runs    South  West from
City Wharf to Pender.    Ward 2
East Side.
Evans, Coleman, and Evans
Bell--Irving   and     Paterson's
Wharf
Edmonds, H V
Foley, J A fish dealer
Salvation Army Barracks "
Water Street Interseets.
6 Melvin, J G watchmaker
6 Tyson James, tailor
10 Zeimir Prof herbalist
12 Rougier and Hay, steam dyers
14 Farmer ID, Jubilee restaurant
Trounce Alley Intersects.
Cosmopolitan Hotel Rooms
Store vacant
Cosmopolitan Hotel Rooms
Silverman   and   Robin,    loan
office
26 Addison Chas, boot maker
Cheapside Clothing House
Cordova Street Intersects.
Call in and inspect
Stock at
107   Carrall  Street  Vancouver.
Mechanics' Clothing Store,
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102 Donga! House
Hastings Street Intersects.
Vacant lots
Here is Pender Street.
West Side. ||
Evans,  Coleman,   and   Evans
Wharf
Bell-Irving    and    Paterson's
Wharf
Harvey, M A livery stables
Water, street Intersects.
Pullman Saloon
3 Pullman resiaurant, McDavitt
Frank
7 Johnson George W Barber
7 Russell W H
7 Henderson A E
7 McLean Murchison
9 Straube, V gunsmith
11 Singer     Manufacturing     Co.,
Agent J Pettet
15 Philp Bros, grocers
Levy, K second hand store
19 Union Hotel. P Larson
23 Rose, M S stoves, &c
^25 Scurry,  H T real estate and
|||rbarber
27 Campbell and Martin,  bakers
Cosmopolitan,   Heywood   and
Abrey
Cordova street intersects.
103 Drs McGuigan and Langis
103 Boultbee, John barrister
103 Kenway, B C architect
103 Murchison, Miss K dressmaker
103 Terminal City Building Society
103 St Andrews   and   Caledonian
Society
Thomson, Bros printing Wor
Hastings intersects.
Ramsay, David
207 Veysey C C
209 Falconer, P D
211 Priestly —
213 Pearce,McG
Here is Pender street.
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Alberni    runs    North-West  from
Burrard to Chilco    Ward 1
Gordon, Capt C
vacaut house
Not Graded Further.
Alder, Mount, Pleasant runs from
creek to boundary     Ward 5
(Not opened up.)
Alexander runs east from Carrall
to Haw ke Avenue  Ward 3
1 McAlister, John
C.P.R. Track
2-4-6-8 Sciutto, John, baker
10 McAlister, John, blacksmith
14 Hotel Europe, rear entrance
20 Germanic Saloon
22 Stables
28 Jones," C H, sail and tent maker
36 Wing Lee, laundry
Columbia avenue intersects.
108-110 Taylor, John
118 Vancouver  Water Works Co.,
Sec. J W McFarland
118 H F Keefer, contractor
120 Keefer's Hall
132 Livingstone, Edward
134 Cabins
140 Harris, William
142 Robertson, Gilbert
150-152 vacant
Westminster Avenue intersects.
204 Reid, William
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Gore Avenue intersects.
Alexander, Richard
vacant
Bell Irving, Duncan
vacant
Slater, Charles
vacant
320 Alexander, Richard
Dunlevy avenue intersects,
Cowderoy, William
429 Dales, T J
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No. 138 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B.C.
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Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery and Table Ware.   Fitting up Hotels and Public Buildings a specialty
PROVINCIAL INFORMATION.
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Docherty, lames
house vacant
490 Johnson, A G
Jackson avenue intersects
502 Henderson, John B
510 McAlister, John
512 Stewar'-, John M
518 Smith, A A
520 Gavin, J J
524 Anderson James
526 Lawson —
Carl avenue intersects.
612 McKelvie, John
616 Muir, Miss J Mc D
Heatly avenue commences.
Cabin, Soule W
Cabin, Baldie, Marcus
Cabin, Conacher, Robert
Cabin, Townsend H D
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Arbutos, Mount Pleasant, west
runs from First Avenue to boundary    Ward 5
Not opened up.
Barclay runs   north   west   from
Burrard to Stanley Park, Ward 1
North Side.
Vacant Lots
Thurlow Street intersects
Tate, Mrs. G
House vacant
Hartner, James
Creighton, W D
Templeton, stables.
Bute Street intercects.
Not graded fnrther.
South side
Stitt, J R
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Cornish & Cooper
House, buildir
Harris, R W
Thurlow Street intersects.
McKenzie, J F
Alcock, T C
Campion, Joseph
Bute Street intersects*
Nos graded further.
The Leading Tailor
Barnard   runs    east   from   False
Creek,to boundary Ward 4.
North side
McLean, W C
105 Vacant
107 Smith, James
Vacant lots
Westminster Avenue iutersects.
Brooking, James
Hicks, Wm.
210 Roberts, H J
214 Welsh,-John
218 Cowker, Sam
222 Howi^, Wm.
224 McDonald, John
Vacant lots
262 Brawne, Frank H
Gore Avenue intersects.
Not graded further.
South side
Hei.derson & Couth, wharf
112 Janson, C
112 Gilles, J A
Westminster Avenue, intersects.
Vacant Lots
263 Frpnklin, J L
Thomas, T H
Gore Avenue intersects.
Street not graded further
lav   runs
east   from    Creek
Boundary, Ward 4.
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Bay View runs east from Hawke's
Avenue to Creek, Ward 4.
Not graded.
Beatty runs.from Pender, Ward 2,
east side
West side
307 McCrae, Dan E
307 Mc Donald, A D
307 McPhee, James
307 McCauley, Frank
307 Hessin, Alex
310 Collins, J M
308 Spring, Geo
309 McMillan, J H
2X2 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B.C.
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Orders by mail receive prompt attention.   P.O. Box 394.
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320 Wilson, David Christ Church
320 Dalgleish, A Georgia intersects.
Small, R vacant lots
Street not graded further. Robson intersects.
vacant lots
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Beach Avenue  runs north-west- vacant lots ™ ***** "
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Simpson, John Helmcken intersects.
Simpson, Z vacant lots
Johnson, L. Davie intersects.
vacant lots
Bid well    runs    south-west    from Drake intersectst
Coal   Harbor   to   English  Bay. Vacant house, cor Drake
Ward 1. Tlte> s °
(Not opened Up) Pacific street intersects.
west side
n.    .   1jr       .-p! , I       ,1 No houses to Pender.
Birch, Mount Pleasant, runs south- Gardiner Ben
from Creek to boundary. Ward 5 tzw^t, \t*00+ m™™om„ao
* jinfeveujit/ ovreev coTiiiiiences.
vacant lots
Brought on runs south-west from Here Melville street commences.
Coal Harbour  to   English Bay. vacant lots
Ward 1. Georgia street intersects.
(hot opened np.) 1H^ lotS
Alberni street commences here.
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Brunswick, Mount Pleasant (east) Graveley, W E
Tuns south from Fiitn Aveuue to r«*v«t. tt
Boundary, Ward 5 Carleton, F W
Keefer, John Gilbert 7?n7»C/v» «/Vw .'.fM^^, ~u„„n
' Jxooson szreez intersects tiere.
Dunn, J
Burnaby   runs   north-west   from vacant
Burrard to English Bay, Ward 1 Haro street commences.
Not opened up. School house
Barclay street begins.
Burrard   runs   south-west   from vacant lots
Railway to English Bay, Ward 1 vacanffo"
east side n         ,    ,
T          r,« Lomox steeet commences.
Innes, x U i7ar»,Ti+ irtfc
tt   /•       »    j. « j      . vacant lots
Hastings strtet ■intersects. t>„„j»„ii  +    ±
. i*. JrendreU street commences.
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Pender street intersects -n r   • *.       ±
K,   Wti Davie intersects.
,-.                ,    . . .    , vacant lots
Dunsmuir street joins here r> .„    r   „*    ,
*/niW   t Burnaby street commences.
miner, j vacant lots
Ponstord, Harold tt™*„™,7 *    +
xt- i   i    xi tt Darwood street commences.
Nichols, F V vacanfc lofcs
McLaren, Rev B D p^ ^e7me intersectt,
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408   HASTINGS   STREET,   WEST   VANCOUVER
VANCOUVER DIRECTORY.
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vacant lots
Beach Avenue commences'
Bute runs south west  from  Coal
Harbor to English Bay.    Ward 1
no residents IB
Cambie    runs     south     westerly
from Railway  Track.    Ward  2.
East side.
Heyden    and   Walker,    boat
builders
Moody ville Saw Mill Co., agent
M Matheson
Water street intersects.
Cabinet Hotel, (side entrance)
8 Oriental Hotel rooms
Queen Bros livery
Here is Trounce alley.
Whetham Block (building)
Cordova street intersects.
106 Quinn, W J merchant tailor
108 Davis and Taylor,  house  and
sign writers
110-112 Stoddart Bros, watchmakers
state
Burwell
114 Giles and Holland, real e
116 Garden, Hermon,
dominion land s
Here is a lane.
Vacant lot
Hastings street intersects*
200 Brown, Wm
.News Advertiser oinces
Pender street intersects.
Vacant lots
Dinsmore Abraham
344 Duncan, A B
346 Atkinson Peter
Dunsmuir street intersects.
cricket ground
Georgia Street intersects.
Hart, F. W.
Brown —
York, A
Vacant lots
Robson street intersects.
Leamy  &  Kyle,   Commercial
Mills
Cassidy & Co., sash and door
factory
Slater, G shingle mills
West side
Regina Hotel
Side entrance Masonic Block.
11 Wilson & Blackie, saddlers
Cordova Street intersects.
103 Graveley, W E & Co'y,   real
estate
105 Robertson, AMDr
105 Burdis  &  Allan,  commission
agents
107 Anderson, R  A & Co'y   real
estate
109 Beckingsale, Dr
109 Rogers, A J, auctioneer
113 Smith, J A, real estate
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Hastings Street Intersects,
Vacant lots
Pender Street intersects.
School grounds
Vacant lots
Dunsmuir Street intersects,
415 Webster, Capt. W
415a Davis, Joseph K
417 Dunn, H K
427 Holmes, R H
429 Griffths, Albert F
433 Law, David
Vacant Lots
Georgia street intersects.
Lapoinfc, W
Hart, E. A.
Johnston, G F
Spink, K A
Vacant lots
Hobson street intersects.
Turner, Wm
Percival, John A
Smithe street intersects.
Office: 6o Cordova Street.
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VANCOUVER DIRECTORY,
Campbell   Avenue  runs  south
from Powell to Bay View. Wards
3 and 4.    Hastings St. divides
Not built on.
Cardero runs south-west from
Coal Harbor to English Bay,
Ward i.
Not qraded.
Carl Avenue runs south from
Railway Track to Grove Ave.,
Wards 3 and 4. Hastings St.
divides
East side
Hay, Charles
it intersects.
vacant lots
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vrsects
Simon, A
Cook, A
Gagen, G M
vacant house
vacant lots
Princess street intersects.
Not graded further.
West aide
vacant lot«
Powell street intersects
vacant lots
Oppenheimer street intersects.
Prentice, Wm
Hastings street intersects
Not graded further.
Carrall runs south from City wharf
to Royal City Planing mills. The
east and west side to Hastings
street divides Ward 3 and 2 t remainder divides Wards 4 and 2
East side.
Tynan, T city wharfinger.
Lynton, Andrew  boat builder
Lvnton, J boat builder
Water street intersects.
2 Johnston and Tyson, gents' fur-
nishings
4 vacant
6 vacant store
8 Roval Tea Co, H C Beresford
14 D J McLean, clothier
16 Tremont Hotel,   Mrs Manuels
18 Gordon and gtephens, Ceylon
Tea Co
20 Brown Mrs
22 Creamer   and  Langley,   house
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24 Club    Saloon,    Carlisle
Millar
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Gilmore and Clark, clothiers &c
30 Bro^n and   White, dry goods
32  "Rant nf Rritftsh  Nnrtb AmArina
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Oppenheimer street intersected.
100 White, John photographer
106 Simon, B merchant tailor
108 Berry, A F bootmaker
Here is railway trade.
110 Richmond Hotel, A Langley
112 Chilberg, J P grocer
114 O'Toole and Ralph
116 Hawley, C M harn<
124 Templeton, Wm grocer
Hastings street intersects.
119 Harcus, Sinclair, tobac
maker
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216 Cumyow, W A Chinese agent
218-220 Franks, Z tobacconist &c
Dupont street intersects.
Opera Resort
316 Hart's Opera House
Vancouver transfer co, manager
J Gates
326 Inhabited
McDowell, J truck and dray
328 S Cheng, laundry
Kee Jim, laundry
Mai tin, Wm, livery stables
Woodworth, J H & Go., coal
and wood
350 R C P Mills dining rooms
356-358 R C P Mills and offices
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28   CARRALL   STREET,   VANCOUVER.
VANCOUVER DIRECTORY.
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West side
Goodmurphy, 0
Hong Chong laundry
Sunnyside Hotel
^    Water street intersects
Alhambra Hotel
1 Urquhart, Wm, wine an . spirit
2 Hand Store
merchant
3 Graves Bros., bakers, etc.
9 Brown,   Joseph,    second-hand
store
7 "vvbittier & Cramer, barbers
9 Goldstein, A, secondhand store
Here is Trounce Alley.
19-21 Bodega Saloon, MacPherson,
A J
23-25 Wright, John,  fruit and tobacco
29 McAlpin , D L Dr
61   Waterman, Jb «i
33 Izen, J, fruit etc
35 Campbell, A, baker
Cordova Street intersects.
Balmoral Hotel
105 Mills, R, boots and shoes
107 Gordon, G R, clothier, etc
109 Davis
111 Deck, Milton
Here is a lane
113 Robe tson, R,  gents'  fur:
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mcrs
113 Haines & Smith, real estate
115  Vancouver Drug Co, manager
Dr Rolls
117 Mager Bros, plasterers
Hastings street intersects.
327 Pant, Peter
Cedar, Monnt Pleasant west, runs
south from First Avt nue to boundary.   Ward 5.
Not graded.
Centre, Mount Pleasant west, runs
south from North Arm bridge to
boundary, Ward 5
Not graded.
Chilcc.      runs    south-west   from
Alberni to English B *y.    Ward 1
Not graded.
Columbia   Avenue   runs  south
from     Alexander    to      Dupont.
Waids    3    ami    4.       Hastings
Street    divides.
East side
Vacant lots
Powell Street intersects.
Vacant lots
Oppenheimer Street intersects.
108-110 Thomas, PB
112-114 Vacant
118 Jones, John D
Hastings Street intersects.
226-228-230 Chinese stores
Dupont Street intersects.
West side
Vacant lots
Powell Street intersects.
13 Wilds, A
Oppenheimer Street intersects.
115 Middler & Powe
117 Bonner, John
Hastings Street intersects.
Vacant lots
Columbia Avenue ends here at Dupont
Street.
Columbia, Mount Pleasant, runs
from creek to boundary. Ward 5.
Not graded.
Comox runs north-west from Burrard to Stanley Park. Ward 1.
North side
Mole, Henry
McDonald, Ronald
South side
Earle, Henry
Curry, Francis ■•
Mace, W A
Armstrong, W H
Java Street intersects.
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Cordova runs north-westerly from
Carrall to Railway De_
2 and 1. Richard St. divides
pot. Wards
North sid
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1 Lees and Daws
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11 Tilley, ST,
seller
13 Allan, G L, boots and shoes
13 1st floor, Cargill W, accountant
lo        „        DiacKman, j\ jc<
13        „        County   Court office,
Chas. A Coldwell
Lo „ Vancouver       iMcc-trio
Illuminating Co
13        „        Black, A E, barrister
13        ,,        Johnson, R E, manufacturers agent
13        „        Vancouver    Building
Society
21 I XL Clothing,   Kirschberg &
Landsberg
25 Martin, F X, grocer
27-29 Hart, F W, iurniture etc
31 Engleman; E V. tobacconist
35 Senate    Restaurant,     A    Mc
Kenzie
37 Senate Saloon, Stevenson, S C
43 Fountain Saloon, Minarty and
Ammon
49 Webb, W H and Co, boots and
shoes
55 vacant
57 Dupre, S
59 Thornton,