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Array HENDERSON'S VICTORIA CITY and SUBURBAN DIRECTORY 1905-06 
VICTORIA, B.C.
11 Bastion Square,
'Phone 571
Shallcross,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
26-27 Black Block,
'Phone 918
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0. A. CROSBIE, Supervisor
CHIIiUWACK T  R. WamkY, Manager
CUMBERLAND Jp A.'W\ Hyndman, Manager
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City of Victoria
 and Suburban 
DIRECTORY COMPRISING 
AN IMPROVED STREET  AND   AVENUE  GUIDE SHOWING A
 COMPLETE INDEX TO SYSTEM OF HOUSE NUMBMRING AND A COMPLETE STREET DIRECTORY OF THE
 CITY, AN     ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED 
LIST OF BUSINESS FIRMS AND 
COMPANIES, PROFELSIONAL MEN 
AND PRIVATE CITIZENS. 
AND A
CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 
TWELFTH EDITION
 15781 
FOR 1905-06 
Copyright by Henderson Publishing Company, Limited Liability, 1905 n
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HENDERSON'S  DIRECTORY
PREFACE
With this issue we present to our patrons the Twelfth edition of
HENDERSON'S CITY OF VICTORIA DIRECTORY. It is our pleasure
to chronicle a gratifying" increase in the population of the City and an extension of the business interests, both  of which indicate a healthy growth.
In our Directory of 1904 were to be.found 8,179 individual names; the
present book contains 8,351 individual names, and 1043 firms and corporations, thus giving an increase of 172 exclusive.of Chinese, over the previous
year. Of the 9394 addresses given in the alphabetical section, only 4,300
are the same as they appeared in our last issue.
We have endeavored in this book to reduce the errors and misinformation to a minimum, both by our extended canvass of the City, by care in
compilation, and by an exhaustive revision. The absence of numbers on
many of the houses is a great hindrance in compiling a Directory, as it is
impossible to locate a house on the revision when it has no number. We
have no hesitation in saying that this book represents more completely the
healthy growth of the City than any other medium that reaches the average citizen.
This year   we    inaugurated    a    change     in  the     composition  of   our
Gazetteer.     In order that our patrons may be supplied with the book best
suited to their own necessities and at as regular periods as possible we ar.gl
publishing our City Directories entirely separate from the Provincial Gazet-;*
teer.      This will serve to keep the Gazetteer  from   becoming   too   cumbersome and will also prevent the delay necessary when all three books were I
printed at one time.
The publication of the Victoria City Directory was delayed this year, as
the publishers did not feel justified in issuing a book while the City Council J
had under consideration a By-Law to change about 100 of the street names.."
The subject of renaming the streets has been a live question for the past
10 years, and the duplicate" street names have been a source of endless
trouble to citizens and strangers. When a By-Law was introduced by
the City Council and read a first time, we took it for granted that this long-
looked-for improvement was about to be carried out. Hence the delay in
issuing the Victoria Directory.
Our Provincial Gazetteer does not contain as heretofore a complete city
directory, but is what its name implies, a business gazetteer, containing only the names of business men, firms, etc. The cities of Vancouver
and Victoria are treated in the Gazetteer, exhaustively as far as business requirements demand, .while the necessities of the cities will be supplied by the issue of complete and separate City Directories.
We are, yours sincerely,
HENDERSON PUBLISHING CO., LTD. I/BY.
Victoria, B. C, November 4, 1905.
wss^sWW^^TW- •S BROAD   ST., VICTORIA
Shade and Ornamental Trees,
Shrubs and Roses.
FLORAL DESIGNS at Short Notios
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PROVINCE OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Population, 1881—60,000 (approximate). Population,     1891—98,173.      Population,
1901—190,000.
Entered Confederation, 20th July, 1871.
Seat of Government—Victoria.
Lieutenant-Governor,   the  Honorable Sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere,
K.C.M.G.,   appointed    21st   June,    1901.
Private Secretary, E. O. Schofield.
f PREVIOUS LIEUTENANT-
GOVERNORS:
Hon. J. W. Trutch, 20th July, 1871.
Hon. A. N. Richards, 20th July 1876.
Hon. O. F. Cornwall, 20th July, 1881.
Hon. Hugh Nelson, 28th March, 1887.
Hon. Edgar Dewdney, 9th Nov., 1892.
Hon. Thos. R.  Mclnnes, 1st Dec, 1897.
MEMBERS   OF   LEGISLATIVE
ASSEMBLY.
Speaker—Hon. C E. Pooly.     ||p.
Clerk    of    the    Legislative    Assembly,
Thornton Fell.
Sergeant-at-Arms—H. Gerrard Mason.
Law Clerk, Wm.  E. Pisher.
Constituency—Name.
Aiberni—William Manson.
Atlin—Henry Esson Young.
Cariboo—James  Murphy, Harry Jones.
Chilliwack—Charles William Munro.
Columbia—Wilmer Cleveland Wells.
Comdx—Robert Grant.
Cowichan—John Newell Evans.
Cranibrook—James Horace King.
Delta—John Oliver.
Dewdney—Hon.  Richard McBride.
Esquimalt—Charles Edward Pooley.
Fernie—William Roderick Ross.
Grand Forks—George Arthur Fraser.
Greenwood—John Robert Brown.
Island—T. W. Patterson.
Kamloops—Frederick  John Fulton,   K.
C.
Kaslo—Hon. Robert Francis Green.
Liilooet—Archibald McDonald.
Nanaimo City—James Hurst Hawthorn-
M:hwaite.
Nelson City—John Houston.
Newcastle—Parker Williams.
New   Westminster    City—Thomas Gif-
ford.
Okanagan—Price Ellison.
Revelstoke—Thomas Taylor.
Richmond—Francis1 Carter-Cotton.
Rossland City—John Alexander Mac-
donald.
Saanich—Henry Ernest Tanner.
Similkameen—Lytton Wilmot Shatford.
Skeena—'Charles W. D. Clifford.
Slocan—William Davidson.
The Islands—Thomas Wilson Paterson.
Vancouver City—Hon. Robert Garnett
Tatlow, James Ford Garden, Hon.
Charles Wilson, William John Bowser, Alexander H. B. Macgowan.
Victoria City—William George Cameron, Richard Low Drury, James Du-
gald McNiven, Richard Hall.
Yale—Stuart Henderson.
Ymir—Harry Wright.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
Hon. F. L. Carter-Cotton, President of
the Council.
Hon. Richard McBride, Minister of
Mines.
Hon. R. G. Tatlow, Minister of Finance
and Agriculture.
Hon. Charles Wilson, K. C, Attorney-
General.
Hon. R. F. Green, Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works.
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Hon. F. J. Fulton, Provincial Secretary.
PREMIER'S   OFFICE.
.Premier—Hon. Richard McBride.
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S
DEPARTMENT.
"Provincial Secretary—Hon. F. J. Fulton.
Deputy Provincial Secretary, A. Campbell Reddie.
■Chief Clerk, William Gordon.
King's Printer, R. Wolfenden.
Librarian Legislative Assembly, E. O.
S. Scholefield.
■Curator    Provincial   Museum,    Frank
Kermode.
FINANCE DEPARTMENT.
.Minister of Finance—Hon. R. G. Tatlow.
Deputy Minister of Finance.—J. McB.
Smith. Wgi
Auditor-General.—J, A. Anderson, B. A
Auditor—H. A. S. Monley.
Inspector of Offices—William John Goe-
pel, Nelson.
ASSESSORS'   OFFICE.
Surveyor of Taxes    and   Inspector   of
Revenue.—J.  B. McKilligan.
-Assessor—James K. Worsfold.
Assistant Assessor—S. McB. Smith.
Clerk, W. O. Carter.
LANDS AND  WORKS.
•Chief Commissioner—Hon. R. F. Green.
Deputy Commissioner, Neil F. Mackay
-Chief Clerk—Bedlington Harold John.
Provincial Timber Inspector, R. J. Skinner, Vancouver.
Public Works Engineer, Francis Clark
Gamble, C. E.
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Attorney-General, Hon. Charles Wilson,-
K. C.
Deputy Attorney-General—Hugh Archibald McLean.
•Chief Clerk—O. C Bass.
Registrar-General of Titles and Registrar Joint Stock Companies, S. Y.
Wootton.
Registrar Supreme Court, B. H. T.
Drake.
Deputy Registrar Supreme Court and
Registrar Count Court, Harvej
Combe.
Deputy   Supreme   Court   and   County
Court, John  Henry Austin.
Superintendent of Provincial Police, P.
S. Hussey;    sergeant, F. R. Murray.
Deputy    Commissioner    of   Fisheries—
John P. Babcock.
Secretary Provincial Board of Health—
'    Dr. C. J. Fagan.
DEPARTMENT  OF  MINES.
Minister of Mines—Hon.    Richard McBride.
Provincial Mineralogist, W. F. Robertson.
Provincial Assayer, H. Carmichael.
Inspectors  of   Coal   and     Metalliferous
Mines.—James     McGregor,       Nelsou;
Archibald Dick, Nanaimo.
Thomas Morgan, Cranbrook.
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.
Hon.    F.
J.
Minister   of   Education,
Fulton.
Supt. of Education, Alexander Robinson, B. A.
Principal of Normal School, W. Burns,
B. A.
Inspectors of Schools, D. Wilson, B.A.;
A. C. Stewart & J. S. Gordon, B. A.,
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.
Minister of Agriculture—Hon. R. G.
Tatlow.
Deputy Minister, James Robert Ander-
. son.
Inspector of Fruit Pests—T. Cunningham.
Commissioner of Freight Rates—R. M.
Palmer.
GOVERNMENT AGENTS AND    j
OFFICIALS.
Alherni—
Government Agent. Gold Commissioner   and   Mining    Recorder,     A.   L.
Smith.
Constable,  C. A. Cox.
Alert Bay—
Constable Walter Woollacott.
Ashcroft—
Government     Agent,    Assessor
chief constable, J. W. Burr.
AtheHmar.—
Constable Colin Cameron.
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Atlin—
Gold Commissioner and Government
Agent—James A. Fraser.
*   Mining Recorder—E. J. Thain.
Small Debts Court, James A. Fraser,
S. M.
Chief  Constables,  W.   Owen,   W.   H.
Vicars.
Barker ville—
Government Agent and Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder, John
Bowron.
County Court Judge, Hon. C. F. Cornwall.
Dist. Registrar County Court, Collector,  Constable, etc., James McKen.
Sheriff, Assessor and Collector, John
Stevenson.
Constable, G. J. Walker.
Cambourne—
Constable and Recorder, G. Sumner.
Chemainus—
Constable, R. B. Halhed.  •
Clayoquot—
Constable—D. McDougal
Clinton—
Government    Agent,    Gold     Commissioner and Mining Recorder, Fred-
•'■>       erick Soues.
Constable,  J.   McMillan.
Cranbrook—
3   Gold Commissioner, government agent
and Stipendiary Magistrate, James
'&»       Ferguson Armstrong.
» Mining Recorder—James Hislop.
Inspector of Mines,  Thomas Morgan.
*"$Constable, F. R. Morris.
Creston.
Constable J. Wilson.
Cumberland—
Government agent, assessor and collector, John Baird.
Constable,  John  Thomson.
Discovery—
Constable, O. T.  Conley.
Duncans—
Government
Dougall.
Constable,  A.
Agent—J.
H.  Lomas.
Maitland-
Esquimalt—
Constable, Dan'el Campbell..
Fairview—
Gold Commissioner, Government
Agent and Stip. Magistrate, Charles
A.  R. Lambly.
Mining Recorder, J. R. Brown.
Fernie.—
Chief Constable, J. H. McMullin.
Constable, A. P. Walker.
Fort Simpson—
Government Agent, Mining Recorder,
Stip. Magistrate and Collector, John
Flewin.
Constable H.  C.  Flewin.
Golden—
Gold   Commissioner   and Government
Agent, Stipendiary Magistrate, John
E.   Griffith.
Mining Recorder and Assessor, F. C.
Lang. r3^$li
' Constable, G. H. Aston.
Grand Forks—
Mining Recorder, Government Agent,
S. R. Almond.
Constable I. A. Dinsmore.
Greenwood—
Government Agent and Gold Commissioner—Wm. Graham MoMynn.
Constable—George Cunningham.
Hazelton.—
Constable J„ Kirby.
Kamloops—
Gold commissioner, government agent,
Mining Recorder and Stipendiary
Magistrate, George C. Tunstall.
County Court Judge, W. W. Spinks.
District Registrar of Titles—W. H.
Edmonds.
Registrar, C. C—E. W. T. Pearse.
Assessor and Collector— E. T. W.
Pearse.
Warden Prov. Jail, John R. Vicars.
Gaoler—R. Bell.
Convict Guard—A. Brown.
Convict Guard—F. Buse.
Convict Guard—C. J. Bunbury.
Constable—W.   Fernie.
Kaslo—
Government Agent, Gold Commissioner and Stip. Magistrate—E. E. Chip-
man.
Mining recorder, assessor and collector, A. Lucas. :22
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Kelowna.—
Constable H. S. Rose.
Lillooet District-
Gold Commissioner and Assessor—C.
Phair.
Constables,  J.   McMillan  at  Clinton,
A. C. Minte at Lillooet.
Lytton—
Constable,   D.   McGillivray.
Mayne Island—
Assessor and collector, Wm. M. Rob-
son.
"Metchosin.—
Constable A. Walter Poole.
Mission City.—
Constable A. W. Lane.
Movie—
Constable, P. G. Routh.
Nakusp—
Mining Recorder and Constable, W.
Scott.
Nanaimo—
Government Agent, Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder, Marshal
Bray.
County Court Judge, Eli Harrison.
Assessor and Collector, M. Bate.
Inspector of Mines, A. Dick.
Sheriff,   S.   Drake.
Constable D.  Stephenson.
Registrar C. C, Herbert Stanton.
Guard—A.  Hamilton.
Xadysmith.
Constable G. Cassidy.
School inspector, S. B. Netherby.
kelson—
Gold commissioner, government agent
and Stipendiary Magistrate, Robert
A. Renwick.
Mining Recorder—C. D. Blackwood.
Registrar Supreme and C. C, Edward
T. H. Simpkins.
School Inspector—A. C. Stewart.
Inspector of offices, William John
Goepel.
Warden of Jail.—R. Lemon, jailer J.
Labbe; jailor, R. J. Coleman; jailer
Archie McDonell; guard, J. McAl-
man.
Chief   Constable,     W.   H.     Bullock-
Webster.
Constable C. W. Young.
New Denver1—
Mining Recorder, A. Mclnnes.
Constable—J. T. Black.
New  Westminster—
Government Agent and Mining Recorder, D. Robson.
District Registrar of Titles, Charles S.
Keith.
Assessor and Collector, C. O. Fisher.
District Registrar Supreme and County
Courts, J. J. Cambridge.
Sheriff T. J. Armstrong.
Warden of Jail—W. G. Armstrong.
Medical  Superintendent  of  Hospital
for the Insane, C.  E.   Doherty.
County Count Judge, William Norman
Bole.
Nicola Lake—
Government Agent, Assessor and Collector,  G. Murray.
150 Mile House-
Constable, F. Yolland.
Penticton.
Constable Joseph Nesbitt.
Port Essington—
Constable, John Collins.
Princeton—
Mining Recorder, Collector and Constable, Hugh Hunter.
Quesnel Forks—
Mining  Recorder  and  Constable,  W.
Stephenson.
Quesnel
Constable, D. H. Anderson.
Revelstoke—
Government Agent and Gold Commissioner, F. Fraser.
Constable R. A. Upper.
Rivers Inlet.—
Constable S. Fraser.
Rossland—
Gold- Commissioner, Government
Agent and Mining Recorder, John
Kirkup.
Constable and Recorder, John Hoo-
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Saanich.
Salt Spring Island—
Assessor and Collector, E. Walter.
Constable,  W.  Lumley.
Soda  Creek.—
Constable R. Pyper.
Telegraph Creek.
Government Agent, Gold Commissioner, Mining Recorder and Stipendiary Magistrate, James Porter.
Tobacco Plains —
Mining Recorder, M. Phillips.
Trail-
Constables, Wm. J. Devitt
Trout Lake City-
Constable and Mining Recorder, F. C.
Campbell.
Ucluelet.—
Constable J. H. Kvarno.
Van Anda (Texada.)
Constable Alex. Lucas.
Vancouver-
District Registrar of Titles,  J. L. G.
Abbott.
District Registrar,  Sup.  and County
Courts, A. E. Beck.
Timber Inspector, R. J. Skinner.
Assessor and Collector, W. L. Fagan.
Sheriff, J. D. Hall;
Constables—Colin Campbell and John
Munroe; T. Smith, Special Constable.
Vernon—
Government Agent and Gold Commisr
sioner, Leonard Norris.
Assessor, Collector & Mining Recorder
—James C. Tunstall.
Chief Constable, E. C. Simmons.
Victoria—
(See also Provincial Departments.)
Gold Commissioner and Mining Recorder, W. S. Gore.
Sheriff—F. G. Richards.
Warden Provincial Jail, Major Mut~
ter.
1st Gaoler,  Richard Parsons.
2nd Gaoler, J. Hunter.
3rd gaoler, H. W. Cardew.
1st  convict  guard,  Almond  Thomas',
2nd convict guard, W. H. Mason.
Supt. of Provincial Police, F. S. Hnssey;
Sergeant Frank Murray.
Constable D. G. Cox.
Wellington—
Constables, D. Stephenson •
Windermere—
Mining recorder.—J. Bulman,
Ymir—
Constable, J. A. Fraser.
Yreka—
Constable, R. B. Leeson, JL1JL
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DOMINION   OF   CANADA.
His Excellency The Right Hon. Earl
Grey,   G.C.M.G.,   Governor-General.
Governor-General Military Secretary—
Ccl.  J.  Hahbury Williams.
Aides de Camp—Lieut. Viscount
Bury, Scots Guards; Capt. G. P." Trotter, D. S. O., Grenadier Guards; Capt.
D. O. C. Newton, Duke of Cambridge's
Own {Middlesex iRegt.).
Hon.   Aides   de-Camp—Lieut.-Col.   W..
W. Otter, R.C.R.I.; Lieut.-Col. De la C.
T. Irwin, R.O.; Lieut.-Col. Hon. J. M.
Gibson, 13th Battalion.
Private Secretary, Arthur P. Sladen.
CABINET MINISTERS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA.
According to Precedence.
(Ministry formed 13th July,  1896.)
The   Right   Hon.   Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier,
G.C.M.G.,  P.C.,  Pres.  of the  Privy
Council,  Premier.
T|ie Hon. Sir Richard Cartwright, G.C.
M.G.,  Minister  of Trade and Oom-
■&', merce.
Ttye Hon. Richard William Scott, Secretary of State.
The Hon. Chas. Fitzpatrick, Minister of
Justice.
The Hon. Sir Frederick William Borden^ Minister of Militia and Defence.
The HOn. A. B. Aylesworth, Postmaster
General and Minister of Labor.
The Hon. Sidney A. Fisher, Minister of
Agriculture.
The Hon; William S. Fielding, Minister
of Finance.
The Hon. H. A.  Emerson, Minister of
Railways and Canals.
The Hon. Raymond Prefontaine, Minister of Marine and Fisheries.
The Hon. R. Lemieux, K.C.,  Solicitor-
General.
The Hon. F. Oliver, Minister of the Interior and Indian Affairs.
The Hon. William Pater son, Minister o£
Customs.
The    Hon.    L.    P.   Brodeur,   Minister
of Inland Revenue.
The Hon. Charles S.  Hyman, Minister
of  Public  Works.
Minister Without Portfolio.
The Hon. Wm. Templeman.
John J. McGee, Esq., Clerk of the
Queen's Privy Council and Deputy Governor.
Clerks.
Henri G. La Mothe, Assistant Clerk
of the Privy Council; S. E. St. Onge-
Chapleau, Clerk of the Crown in Chancery; and J. G. Foley, Deputy Clerk of
the Crown in Chancery.
High Commissioner for Canada.
Baron   Strathcona  and  Mount   Royal,
G. C. M. G., 17 Victoria Street, London, S. W.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   SENATORS.
Cariboo—Hon. Hewitt Bostock, Ducks-
Victoria—Hon.  W.  J.  Macdonald,  Victoria.
Wesminster, Hon. Wm. Templeman, Victoria.
MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF
COMMONS.
Kootenay—William Alfred Galliher,.
Nelson.
Nanaimo—Ralph Smith, Nanaima.
Vancouver City—R. G. Macpherson,.
Vancouver.
Victoria—George   Riley,   Victoria.
Yale-Cariboo, Duncan Ross, Greenwood.
DEPUTY  HEADS  OF  DEPARTMENTS,  OTTAWA.
Clerk of the Privy Council—John Joseph'
McGee.
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Clerk of the Senate—S. E. St. Onge
Chapleau.
Clerk of the House of Commons—Thos.
B. Flint.
Governor-General's    Secretary —
Col.  J.  H.  Williams,  C.V.O.,  C.M.G.
Auditor-General—John L. McDougall,
C.M.G.
Deputy Minister of Militia and Defence
—Major N. F. Pinault.
Deputy Minister of Finance—John M.
Courtney, C.M.G.
Commissioner of Inland Revenue—W.
J. Gerald.
Deputy Minister of Railways and Canals
—Collingwood Schrieber, C.E., C
M.G.
Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce^—William Grannis Parmelee.
Queen's Printer and Comptroller of Stationery—Samuel Edward Dawson,
LL.D., F.R.C.S.
Deputy Minister of Public Works—An-
toine Gobeil.
Deputy Minister of Justice—Edmund
Leslie Newcombe, Q.C.
Comptroller of Northwest Mounted Police—Frederick White.
Director of Geological Survey—
Robt. Bell, M. D., LL-D.,  F. R. S.,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture—G. F.
O'Halloran.
Under-Secretary of State—Joseph Pope.
Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries
—Francis F. Gourdeau.
Deupty Minister of the Interior—James
A. Smart.
Commissioner of Customs—John Mc-
Dougald.
Assistant Commissioner of Customs-
John Bain.
Deputy Postmaster-General—R. M. Coulter, M. D.
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.
John Stilwell Clute, Inspector of Ports.
New Westminster.
Victoria.
John  C.  Newbry.   Collector.
William Marchant, Appraiser.
Herbert  E.   Beekwith,    chief    landing
waiter.
William Atkins, clerk.
Frederick William Davey, clerk.
Jas. Parfltt, landing waiter.
Donald McLean, gauger.
Lee Mong Kow, Chinese interpreter.
Sub Ports and  Stations Under
Victoria,
Alberni—Watenhouise..
Esqmmalt—John Oliver, prev. officer.
Massett—C. Harrison, prey, officer.
Port Simpson—John Flewin.
San Juan—J. J. Baird.
Sidney—J. J. White, prev. officer.
Stickeen—C. A.  Tervo,  sub-collector.
Vancouver.
John M. Bowell, Collector.
C. C. Eldridge, Appraiser.
John H.  Kerr, Chief Clerk.
F. Bowser, Chief Landing Waiter.
Lieut.-Colonel C. A. Worsnop, Surveyor.
New Westminster.
Munn, Angus, Collector.
Sub-Ports and Stations.
Aldergrove—Wm. Henry Vanmatta, sub-
collector.
Ashcroft—Justice Edward Knight, sub-
collector.
Cascade City—George Rose,  sub-collector.
Crow's Nest Landing—J. D. Gordon, sub-
collector.
Douglas—H. D. Chantrell, sub-collector.
Golden—Chas. H. Parson, sub-collector.
Grand Forks—R. R. Gilpin, Collector.
Huntington—D. Fraser, Sub-Collector.
Greenwood—H. McCutcheon.
Kamloops—Thos.  Howell, sub-collector.
Keremeos.
Laduer.—Chas.  F.  Green, sub-collector.
Midway—L. Gartham, sub-collector.
Moyie City.
Osoyoos—Theodore   Kruger,    sub-collector.
Revelstoke.—Richard  B.    Atkins,    sub-
collector.
Steveston—James   Beer,   sub-collector.
Upper Sumas—Thos. Yorke sub-collector
Vernon—F. Adrian Meyer, sub-collectOT.
Rossland.
Boswell, Robert McDonald, collector.,
Sub-Ports and Stations.    j^
Paterson—Arch. Neil Patersoh, sub-collector.
Trail—D. B. Stevens, sub-collector.
Nelson.
George Johnstone, collector.
Sub-Ports and Stations.
Gateway—J. D. Gordon.
Fernie—W. S/ Keay.
Waneta—J. P. Vroom, sub-collector.
Fort Steele—H. S. Clark, sub-collector. HENDERSON PUBLISHING CO., Ltd. Lby.
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Five-Mile Point.
Cranbrook—A. L. McDermott, sub-col-
leotor.
KJaslo.
John Franklin Mcintosh, collector.
Sub-Porte and Stations.
Rykerts—J.   C.   Rykert,   jr.,   sub-collector.
Nanaimo.
Bedford  H.  Smith, collector.
Sub-Ports and Stations.
Cbemainus—D. G. Hill, sub-collector.
Comox-George H. Roe.
Ladysmith—T. D. Conway.
POST  OFFICE   DEPARTMENT.
Victoria.
Everard Hyde Fletcher, P. O. inspector.
Noah Shakespeare, post master.
Thomas A. Cairns, deputy post master.
Charles W. Newbury, clerk.
Charles W. Finlaison, clerk.
Thomas Chadwick, clerk.
James F. Murray, chief clerk.
Dead Letter (branch) Office.
Vancouver.
J. R. M. Greenfield, P. O. Inspector.
J. Miller, Postmaster.
F. E. Harrison, Asst. Postmaster.
Miss T. M. Keays, Stenographer.
DOMINION     GOVERNMENT     SAVINGS  BANK.
Joseph H. MacLaughlin, asst. rec. general.
Douglas, B. McConnan, accountant.
Walter Winsby, teller.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.
William Henderson, resident architect.
John G. Brown, assistant architect.
f^LAND REVENUE DEPARTMENT.
Victoria.
William Gill, district inspector.
Richard Jones, collector.
Hugh. Findley,    inspector   of   weights
and ^measures.
. Daniel Sullivan, depty. collector.
George Hemwood, excise officer.
Vancouver.
J. E. Miller, Collector.
E. B. Parkinson, Deputy Collector.
J. F. Power, Accountant.
J. Thorburn, locker.
METEOROLOGICAL OFFICE.
Edmund Baynes-Reed, superintendent.
F. Napier Denison, asst. superintendent.
DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS AND
MEASURES^
Hugh Findlay, Inspector, Victoria.
J.  A.   McAloney,  Asst.  Inspector,   Nanaimo.
DEPT. OF ASST. RECEIVER
GENERAL.
Joseph Hugh MacLaughlin,   asst.   rec?
general, Victoria.
DEPT. OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Tie-
toria.
Geo. A. Keefer, C.E., resident engineer,
New Westminster.
C. N. Macdonald, accountant.
DEPT.  OF INTERIOR.
(Dominion Lands.)
John McKenzie, agent, New Westminster.
John S. Macdonald, homestead inspector,
New Westminster.
James Leamy, crown timber agent, New
Westminster.
D. J. McDonald, asst. agent D. L. and
asst. C. T. agent, Kamloops.
MARINE AND FISHERIES DEP*T.
Victoria.
James Gaudin, agent.
Alphonsus, John Dallain, chief clerk.
J. A. Thomson, steamboat inspector.
Richard Collister, inspector of hulls.
Williams Head Quarantine.
Alfred T. Watt, M. D., supt.
Harold Anderson, M. D., asst. supt.
Str.      "Earle,"     —     Riley,   ,   master.
D.   G.    S.   "Quadra,"   Chas.   Hackett,
master.
Capt.  Charles  Edward  Clarke,  harbor
master and port warden.
Capt.  Laird,  shipping master.
F. M. Richardson, steamboat inspector,
Vancouver.
Colin Buchanan Sword, inspector of fisheries, New Westminster.
Fishery Guardians.
William Galbraith, Victoria.
James J. Wilson, Port Hammond.
Robt. T. Burtwell, Vancouver.
W. P. Adamson, Naas River.
Hans Helgeson, Port xfissington.
O. Carlston, Port Essington.
J. T. Williams, Rivers Inlet.
B. Brynildsen, Bella Ooola.
Bon Accord Hatchery—opp. New Westminster.
Granite Creek Hatchery.—Kault, P.O.
Wm. Roxburgh, foreman.
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Samuel Poole >Shaw, 'chief clerk.
Wm. M. Jameson, appraiser.
John G. Gordon, clerk.
John Alex. McRae, clerk-
Waneta.—John P.  Vroom, sub-collector.
Phillips.—James   Daniel   Gordon,     prev.
officer.
Moyie.—Glencairn Campbell prev. officer
BRITISH COLUMBIA PENITENTIARY.
(Situated at New Westminster.)
Lieut.-Colonel J. C. Whyte, warden.
James W. Harvey, accountant.
INDIAN DEPARTMENT.
Arthur W. Vowell, superintendent of
Indian affairs.
Ashdown, H. Green, C. E., Indian reserve surveyor.
William B. MacLaughlin, chief clerk.
William A. Stevens, clerk.
Henry G. Dalby, clerk.
BOARD OF PILOT COMMISSIONERS.
Victoria
Capt. John G. Cox, chairman.
Alexander B. Fraser, sr.
Capt. William Grant.
Joshua Kingham.
A.   B.  McNeill,  secretary.
INDIAN  AGENTS.
A. W. Vowell, Indian supt. and Indian
reserve   commissioner,   Victoria.
Galbraith,   R.   L.   T.,  Kootenay,    Fort
Steele.
DeBeck, George W., Kwawkewlth, Alert Bay.
Robertson,  W.  R.,    Cowichan,    Qual-
michan.
Loring, Richard E., Babine, Hazelton.
Bell Ewen, Williams Lake, Clinton.
Irwin, Archibald, Kamloops Okan-
agan, Kamloops.
Morrow,  George,  W.  N.  W.   coast.
Allan, W. Neill, west coast, Alberni.
Macdonald, R. J., Fraser agency, New
Westminster.
MILITIA DEPT., MILITARY DISTRICT NO. 11.
Comprising Province of B. C, Headquarters, Victoria, B. C
Col. Josie Greenwood Holmes, district
officer commanding:.
Lieut.-Colonel Arthur W. Jones, O.S.C.,
officer in charge ordinance stores.
Warrant Officer Permanent Staff, Master Gunner A. Mulcahy, R.C.G.A.;
Sub-Conductor, C. Ireland, O. S. C.
CONSULS & CONSULAR AGENTS.
VANCOUVER.
American Consul, L. Edwin Dudley,
2 Mackinnon  Building,  Vancouver.
Belguim Vice-Consul, J. M. Whitehead,
Vancouver.
Consuledo General del Ecuador, John
Macquillan, 18 Inns of Court, Vancouver.
French Consul, Hon. F. D. Morin,
Broughton  street.   Vancouver.
Imperial German Consul, Hon. Johann
Wulffsohn, 602 Granville, Vancouver.
Japanese Imperial Consul, Hon. K.
"Morikawa, 745 Dunsmuir, Vancouver.
Netherlands Vice-Consul, C. Gardiner-
Johnson,  344 Granville, Vancouver.
Norwegian Consul, J. C. Maclure, Vancouver.
Peru Consul, R. H. Alexander, 300 Alexander.
Spain, Vice-Consul, Capt. H. A. Mellon,
419 Cordova W., Vancouver.
Swedish Consul, J. C. Maclure, Vancouver.
VICTORIA.
American   Consul,   Abraham E. Smith,
Government,   h   41     Pernwood    Rd.,
Victoria.
Belgian Consul, T. R. Smith, Victoria.
Danish   Vice-Consul,   W.   A.   Ward,   24
Bastion, Victoria.
French Consular Agent, Lieut. Col. F.
B.   Gregory,   Victoria.
German Consul,    Carl Loewenberg,  73
Wharf, Victoria, j
Norwegian Consul, Thos. R.  Smith. 17
Fort,  Victoria.
Swedish and Norwegian Vice-Consul, T.
R. Smith, 77 Port, Victoria.
American    Consular    Agent,    Dawson
City, Leo Bergholz.
American     Consular    Agent,    GeoVge
L. - Schetky,   Nanaimo.
American Consular Agent, G. W. Clinton, Cumberland.
American Consular Agent, H. S. Riblet,
Nelson.
American Consular Agent, Geo. A. Oh-
ren,  Rossland.
American  Consular Agent,  J.  R.  Pollock,  Fernie. IS BROAD   ST., VICTORIA
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CITY OF VICTORIA
Street Directory
A  Street.
Alston.
A.  STREET,   from  Market  to   Topaz.
are.
East side.
Perley, W. G. F., carpenter.
Lindsav. Francis H.,' contractor.
ADELAIDE  ROAD, off  Lover*'   Lane.
Snowden   intersects..
Cox, W. H, laborer.
Carlon, Ned, laborer.
Cox, John, retired.
Ross.  John,   painter.
ALDER,   from Tolmie  West.
(See   Maple.)
Sewell,  Ernest Benjamin.
ADMIRALS road, from Esqulmalt rd.
Richards,  John.
Wilkinson, George.
Dodds, Annie, widow Thomas.
Oliver,  John, emp.  customs.
First Street commences
Williams, Johanna, widow James.
Kerr, Henry Miller.
Mesher, Arthur William, bricklayer.
Mennie, Edward.
j  Woods,   Herbert,   laborer.
Railway  Crossing1.
Cameron, Archibald,  shipwright.
Whittier, Eugene, farmer.
ALDdERMAN ROAD, Victoria West,
from Connanght road to Criag-
flower road.
Williams, Justice E., carpenter.
ALFRED,   from     Cook  to   Fernwood
road.
Odd numbers  south side.
5 Musson,  Edwin W.,   bookkeeper.
7 Vacant.
8 Ure,  James,  bookkeeper.
9 Fenerty, James,  grocer.
11 Vacant.
17 Hood,   James,   truckman.
18 Shields, Albert.
27 Wallace. Grace, widow.
32 Whittaker,  Samuel,  barber.
33 Bragg,   Edward,   contractor.
35 Elliott,  John E.,  carpenter.
36 Murray,  James  F.
Chambers intersects.
50 Stevens, John C.
54 Burgess, John P.
55 Fraser, Alex. McD. B., jr.
55   Fraser, Alex. McD. B., sr.
57 Sylvester, Frank.
Camosan intersects.
100 Dee, William, insurance.
108 Cooper,   George,   butcher.
Fernwood road intersects.
120 Bailey, city water works.
New house.
New house.
ALPHA, from Bnrnside road to  Saa-
nieh  road.
DeRidder.   Peter,   carpenter.
Bayliss, Arthur W., conductor.
Smith,   Frederick,  machinist.
Keys,  James,   laborer.
ALSTON, from E. & N. Ry. to Victoria
Arm.
Currie,  Arthur  W.,  insurance.
Boggs, Beaumont.
E. & N. Railway intersect* 30
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Amelia.
Bastion.
AMELIA, from    88     Pandora to Cormorant.
Odd numbers  east side.
60 Schaper,  Ernest,   tailor.
Farq.nb.ar intersects.
1 Styles,   Samuel  T.
2 Little, Ellen, widow John.
3 Souden,   William,   carpenter.
6 Mason, D. J. .'
6 Murray, Harry W., blacksmith.
7 Bilton, Harry R.
8 Barton, Florence, widow Oswald.
9 Nickling, Henry C.
9 Justison, W.
10 Burns, Lee G.
11 Smith, —, laborer.
12 Baines, Wm.,  accountant.
13 Occupied.
AMPHION,
South.
from       Leigrhton      Road
Greggs,   Edward,   carpenter.
Oliver.   Charles,  laborer.
Losie,  Robert Alexander,  baker.
Clayton, Wm. M., builder.
Toombs, W. W., tailor.
Bay  Aye.   intersects.
AMY,  from   Bnrnside      road  to   City
Limits.
Vacant.
Emmerson,  M.,  laborer.
Mathews,  John,  sealer.
■Johnson, S., dairyman.
Johnson, Skuli jr., harnessmaker.
ANDREW,   from     Garbelly     road  to
Ellice.
1 Baulding, Ernest, millhand.
7 Strickland, George, mariner.
Thomas & Martin,  contractor.
Martin,   William,   bricklayer.
Carter,  William,  boilermaker.
10 Noury, James John.
ANDREW,  from  Robert to  James.
Occupied.
Adams,  William  Frederick.
Holmes,   Col.,   D.O:C.
ARCADIA, (Victoria W.), from Craig-
flower  road,  near Lampson.
Coles—, of Matson & Coles.
Nicholson. Thomas.
\
ARDISTER ROAD,  off Saanich road.
Harris, William George, bricklayer.
Pointer,   Cornelius,  farmer.
ARM, off Craigrflower road, Victoria,
West.
Matson, John Samuel H., ins, agent.
AVBLON ROAD, from     Beacon     Hill
Park to  Carr.
3 SQuires,  Christian.
7 Vacant.
9 Vacant.
10 Widdowson, Frederick.
Phoenix Commences.
8 Logan, Ann, widow George.
11 McDonald,   Kate,   tailoress.
13 Booz,  Thomas,  printer.
14 Collins,  Margaret, widow Thomas.
25 Jackson, Frederick,  druggist.
27 Lang,   William,   contractor.
BANK,   off   Oak   Bay   Ave.,   north   to
Cadboro   Bay  Road.
Eddie, William,  teamster.
Dunnell,  Harry.
BABOA^T,  from  Leighton      road to
Cadboro  day road.
Bale,   David  Herbert,   contractor.
Billard, H., sealer.
White, Walter.
Anderson, William,  laborer.
House, D. George, mate.
Allen,  Clement,  laborer.
BASTION,      from   Wharf   to   Government.
Sonth side.
1 Fraser, Walter S. & Co., hardware.
3 Vacant.
7 Board of Trade Building, A. Tubb,
janitor.
Bostock,  John J.,  commission.
1 Vacant.
5 Macrae, F, barrister.
7 Sampson, W. Curtis, accountant.
7 Masson, E. W    accountant.
10 Courtney,  H.   E.  A.,  barrister.
14 Dodwell & Co., Ltd., shipping agts.
19 Gilbert, Justin, stenographer.
20 Morphy, George  A.,  barrister.
23 Vacant.
24 Provincial   Mining  Association    of
B. C.
26 Belyea, A. L., barrister. ALLIS-CHALMERS-BULLOCK   Limited
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Bastion.
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28 Vancouver    Portland Cement    Co.,
Ltd.
30 PeteVs & Wilson, barristers.
32 Rebbeck, J. K., engineer.
35 Yreka Copper Co.
38 Kitto, A. J.
B. C. Board of Trade Building Assn.
British  Columbia  Board  of  Trade,
Fred. Elworthy, secretary.
11 Shallcross,   Macaulay  &  Co.,   commission merchants.
15 Law Chambers.
(Lower   gronnd   floor.)
Black, John & Co., ship and insurance  brokers.
Baird,   S.  A.,  agent Union Mutual
Life.
Beckwith,  ^ohn L.,  commission.
Munn, H.  A., insurance.
Cassidy,    Dumbleton    &    Solomon,
barristers.
(Gronnd   floor.)
Sovereign Life.
Higgins, & Elliott, barristers.
Barnard & Rogers, barristers.
Fraser, Donald.
(First floor.)
Macdowall, D. H., real estate.
Grand  Trunk    Pacific,    C.  C. Van
Cornwall,  F.  F.,  barrister.
•Innes, A. S., barrister.
Langlcy intersects.
21 Oliver  &  Johnson,   barristers.
21 Blygh-Eulalie, Mrs.   Steno.
23 Garrick's   Head   Saloon,   Harry   E.
Morton, prop.
North side.
>f>2 Turner, Beeton & Co., factory.
4 Steel's Saloon.
Commercial Alley intersects.
Mason, W. H., notary public.
Victoria & Vancouver  Stevedoring
*    .Go.
& Burns House.
Crawford,  James, commission.
Mitchell,   James,   com.   broker.
Law Conrts.
Supreme Conrt.
Chief Justice,  Gordon Hunter.
Pnisne Judges.
Hon.  Paulus Aemelius Irving.
Hon. Archer Martin.
Hon.  Lyman  Poore Duff.
Hon. Aulay T. Morrison.
Officials.
Drake, Brian Halsey Tyrwhittr
registrar.
Harvey Combe, deputy registrar.
Austin, J. Henry, deputy registrar.
Marchant, William Percival,  clerk.
Mackay, Gertrude H. H., stenographer.
Gilbert, Justin, official stenographer.
Bland, James William, usher, sup-
court.
County  Conrt.
Lampman, Peter Secord, judge.
Combe,    Harvey,      registrar     and-
clerk of the peace.
J.  H.  Austin,  deputy  registrar.
Registrar of Voters, .Victoria City,
and Esqnimlat   districts.
Combe, Harvey, registrar.
Law  Society of B.  C.
Oscar    E.    Bass,    secretary      and
librarian. :&&$<
Bland, James A., clerk.