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Array 'd-^MCQUVER
CHINOOK
Vol. IV, No. 8���Established 1911
SOUTH VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
Price Five Cents
PUBLISHED
Every Saturday by the Greater Vancouver PubliaheTi Limited
George M. Murray. Editor
HEAD OFFICE:
Corner  Thirtieth  Avenue   and   Main   Street,   South   Vancouver,   B, C.
Editor" Office Burnt Drug Co., Vancouver Block, Phone Sey. 5490
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"The truth at all timet firmly atandt
And thall from age to age endure."
PASSING OF THE GOLDEN DAYS
FEW people were surprised at the outcome of
the recent municipal litigation.   One man rule
was done away with where people use    the
Anglo-Saxon tongue at Runnymede, 1215.
While the case of the Citizens of South Vancouver vs. Gold seemed to savor somewhat of a neighborhood squabble, the principle at stake was that
upon which civilisation is built.
Under the British flag, the majority must rule.
In thinking that he had a mandate from some unseen
power to do as he pleased in South Vancouver, the
reeve made the mistake that many another man has
made in a larger sphere.
Some men have been hanged for following the
reeve's line of attack to the extreme.
Gold has made a sorry mess of things in South
Vancouver. The sad feature of the whole thing
is that many worthy and reliable citizens supported
the man at the last election.
Had he displayed the financial genius for which
his race is noted, there would be no tax sale advertised for this year. Had he co-operated, instead of
endeavoring to dominate. South Vancouver would
not at this moment be so low in the estimation of the
public. ������-" *-
Gold declared publicly that South Vancouver
was "a mere district of open fields and peanut
stands."
As a peanut stand operator he might make a success. So the hearty wish of all the people in South
Vancouver is that he return to that line of endeavor.
So far as open fields are concerned, his wusship
has a monopoly of them, and it will probably be in
the interests of the sane development of this very desirable community if it will be some years hence before he will be able to peddle his open fields at
$1500 per thirty-three foot lot.
Though his wusship does not assay very high to
the ton, the mention of his name brings to mind the
lines of the poet:
"Gold, gold, very yellow, hard and cold.
So hard to get, so hard to hold."
OUR DUTY TODAY
FOR many generations the orators of Canada
have dwelt at great length upon our vast resources, our magnificent distances, our grand
climate, our democratic form of Government and���
our loyalty to Great Britain.
Today a crisis has been reached in the history of
the British Empire. Every man is needed, every
bushel of wheat is needed and copper and lead aic
more valuable than silver.
Are the people of the Dominion of Canada doing
their duty to the British Empire in this, crisis?
To read the political news from Ottawa, no one
would draw from it that the very life of the Empire
was at stake.
Despatches from the Provincial capitals do pot
show that local governments are doing any grand
thing to help the Empire. To a stranger, the war,
indeed, seems but an excuse for all the ills that are
being suffered in the Provinces throughout Canada
���particularly the Western Provinces.
At Ottawa, politicians are discussing the possibility of an early election, and in the various constituencies both great parties are placing candidates in the
field and holding nominating conventions.
The war-contract grafters at Ottawa arc taking
up much of the space in the newspapers. Party rivalry is at its height. The party in power have indicated their great interest in the war by enforcing
an act to poll the votes of the soldiers on the firing
line. Several tons of ballot papers have been despatched to France for this purpose. A man from
Vancouver has gone over with these ballot papers
with definite instructions, no doubt, to vote dead men
and living���and to see that they all vote right!
The mayors of the Western, cities have petitioned
the Dominion Government to do something to relieve the unemployment situation which is steadily
growing worse in the cities west of the Great Lakes.
We have some 10,000 unemployed men in Vancouver.
If a census were taken we would find another
10,000 out-of-works in South Vancouver.
Heaven knows how many men between Victoria
and Halifax are today out-of-work, in the bread
line.
On the other hand, our "hills of iron and mountains of brass," teeming rivers, fertile prairies and
magnificent forests are still with us. The surface of
these vast natural resources has scarcely been
scratched.
There does not seem to be any policy before any
of the Provincial Governments or the Dominion
Government to introduce the ten thousands of our
unemployed to the untouched natural resources of
the Dominion.
There does not seem to be an architect in all our
Canadian councils with the vision necessary to plan
a bridge from the deserts of unemployment across
the little stream of special privilege to areas flowing
in milk and honey���as the orators say.
The part that Canada should properly play in
the present war is to turn herself into a vast store
house for supplying sustenance and fighting equipment to British troops.
Yet Canadian statesmen cannot see it.
Here in South Vancouver we have all the problems and difficulties which the Dominion of Canada faces, boiled down and concentrated and tab-
loided.
In our municipality of 35,000 souls, there does
not seem to be employment this afternoon for 200
men. We have churches, schools, streets paved with
four dollar a yard material, electric lights which'
burn upon isolated street corners all night long, running water in our homes���many things that go to
make residence in a city desirable���yet we are a
community without food and without work.
Great Britain calls for flour and beef and bacon,
copper, lead, iron. But British Columbia must bow
her head in shame. She can send along a few thousand men. There her limit ends. She cannot do
real justice by the wives and kiddies at home and
the brothers and fathers who remain at home.
As it is in British Columbia, so it is apparently in
other parts of the Dominion.
Because in South Vancouver national problems
may be found boiled down, concentrated and tab-
loided, it is fitting that we should put forward a suggestion which may fall upon receptive ears and
which we hope may be taken up by others and wafted from place to place throughout the length and
breadth of the Dominion of Canada.
// is this:
THAT THE TIME IS RIPE FOR THE
PEOPLE OF CANADA TO PUT ASIDE
ALL PARTY FIGHTING AND TO HURRY THROUGH WAR GRAFT INVESTIGATIONS AND MANITOBA SCANDAL
DIGGING.
THAT THE TIME IS RIPE FOR THE
PREMIER OF CANADA TO CALL INTO
HIS CABINET THE BRAINS OF THE
OPPOSITION.
THAT IT SHOULD BE THE DUTY OF
THE GOVERNMENT TO CARRY ON
THE BUSINESS OF THE COUNTRY UNTIL THE WAR IS OVER WITH ONE OBJECT IN VIEW���THE ASSISTANCE OF
THE EMPIRE.
THAT THE NATURAL RESOURCES
OF THE DOMINION AND THE PUBLIC
UTILITIES OF THE DOMINION BE TAKEN UNDER THE CHARGE OF THE
GOVERNMENT.
THAT THE DEVELOPMENT OF
FARM AND MINE AND INDUSTRY BE
CARRIED ON UNDER THE DIRECTION
OF THE GOVERNMENT WITH THE
OBJECT IN VIEW OF SUPPORTING
BRITISH ARMS ON THE FIELD OF BATTLE BY FEEDING BRITISH CIVILIANS
AND BRITISH SOLDIERS AND FURNISHING THEM WITH THE MUNITIONS OF WAR.
Had Mayor Taylor owned a newspaper through
which he could have boosted for the bylaws, the
vote might have been different.
In supporting the bylaws His Worship acted perfectly within his rights. The people who twice elected him this year did so on a platform which called for a full dinner pail. Those people at that time
would have carried the measures, but alas, time
makes many changes.
BY THE WAY
m
"I HAVE BEEN NEAR ENOUGH," said Sir
Richard McBride, "to the firing line to know that
Germany is crushed and broken."
WONDER IF DICK'S hair was cut off or singed
off.
IT IS SAID THAT Sir Richard parted with his
hair by way of disguising himself on the way home.
DR. McINTOSH says that the day it was announced that the British were about to use asphyxiating
gas against the Germans, Windermere cabled that
Sir Richard himself was about to visit the trenches.
ALL THE SAME Sir Richard is entitled to more
courteous treatment than the Province and News-
Advertiser are giving him.
* * *
HE IS STILL Prime Minister of British Columbia and there is just the possibility that he will remain as such for some time to come, and that he will
incidentally cause a few wiseacres to jump through
hoops before he seeks once more the solitude of
New Westminster.
WILFRID LAURIER
By Elbert Hubbard
DEFEAT OF THE BYLAWS
VANCOUVER'S $650,000 bylaws have
been turned down. Property owners in
Vancouver owe about $3,500,000.
There is not the slightest doubt that the holding
of tax sales in South Vancouver and Point Grey
brought prominently to the attention of the city ratepayers that a stop must be made some time in borrowing money.
THE other week, while on a Little Journey to
Toronto, I was much impressed with the fact
that Canadian sentiment toward the United
States is undergoing a change. As yet it is only a
nebulous idea slowly taking on substantial form���
but to the eyes that see it is quite clear. And that
is, that the people of this country and of the Dominion are after all akin, and that their interests are one
and the same.
Since our late misunderstanding anent our well-
meant but badly managed overtures on trade rela
A Great Personality
The success that has marked this man in all his
undertakings can be explained only in the light of
his incomparable and persuasive personality. His
graciousness of speech, his charm of manner, his varied accomplishments and his remarkable eloquence
���combined with a fine, handsome face and wonderful distinction of bearing���set him apart as one
of the most efficient and versatile personalities that
the world has ever seen. He wins all, friends and
foes, and binds them to him as with green withes of
tionships, Canada has had a change of heart, and | affebtion.      And yet even his most vigorous critics
now I believe that when next Long Jonothan goes
a-courting, he will be accorded a more gracious reception.
The Canadians have a love for our President
second only to our own. To them he seems always
to have been safe and sane, and now they are sure
of it. He is their ideal American citizen, gentle,
strong, wise, and peace-loving, with a just appreciation of the rights of others and a correct perspective
of his own purposes.
And I am not so sure but that they are eminently
right in their conclusions.
The United States wants the good-will of Canada, and Canada needs the friendly support of the
United States. Certainly, come what may, we are
not going to allow any foreign-born power to come
a-meddling across seas, if we can help it.
A Citizen of the World
Much of the good feeling that now exists between
these two great nations is, I believe, due almost entirely to the liberalizing work and beneficient influence of that great and good man, that Royal Roy-
crofter and gentleman superbus, who has been in the
limelight of Canadian and world politics for these
forty years and more, but whose heart yet beats with
the high hope of youth. I mean Sir Wilfrid Laurier
���knight by courtesy, but, like Lincoln, one of Nature's noblemen.
Laurier is Canada at its best. Born in the French
province of Quebec, surrounded with French traditions, and the first French-Canadian to be Premier
of Canada, he was' the prime mover in putting an
end forever to that Tory attitude of hostility and
churlishness toward the United States which at one
time swayed Canada from coast to coast. More
than any other one man he has taught the Dominion
to think nationally and to take her place as one of
the great nations of the Western Hemisphere.
An Advocate of Peace
Sir Wilfrid has never displayed the least hesitation in avowing that he is an ardent admirer of the I ;ng tllat js human is alien to me.
American Republic.   He was called to task once for j Canada and its fu,ure     And hl
having permitted more than half a mil ion American |the future of Canada is closely iinked vvith that 0f
citizens to cross the boundary-line and settle on vir-1 ^ yn|[ed States
have never for a moment thought of accusing this
fine gentleman of concealing beneath a polished
manner the real sentiments of his heart. He mixes
in no idle gossip. He is above all petty scrimmages
and scrambles for place and power. He is a man
among men. As a public speaker he is frank, witty,
appreciative and unresfentful. While he has very
little of the story-telling jocosity of, say, our friend
the Secretary of State, yet he has a humor that is inimitable. It is this saving grace that has stood him
in good stead in his hours of trial and defeat, and has
helped him on many an occasion when dealing with
the beef-eating Anglophile that at one time roamed
wild in Canada.
Laurier is always perfectly willing to admit that
what his opponents say of him is true���only before
he gets through you are quite inclined to believe with
him that the slur was really a compliment in disguise.
I remember, when the annexation talk was at its
height, some Britishers came to him, and the speaker, a pompous fellow with bristling sideburns, said:
"Pray now, Sir, let us have your candid opinion.
Are not at this very moment the American people
coveting Canada?"
And Sir Wilfrid, with a twinkle in his eye, solemnly replied: "I should be very much surprised if
they were not. I'm sure, it would be quite human
if they did, and certainly quite American, for every
American knows a good thing when he sees it."
The Birth of ihe /Yen' Time
Essentially, Wilfrid Laurier represents the new
time. He is a democrat in his mode of thinking and
in his habit of life. He is get-at-able, approachable,
kindly, generous, friendly. He is gracious to all
men, but toadies to no one.
He is a businessman. He believes in creation,
evolution, development, transportation, distribution.
Like Terence he might say. "I am a man and noth-
He believes in
i   tlso believes that
gin territory in the great Northwest.    His answer
was characteristic of the man:
"We have said to the American farmer that if he
came to Canada, he would find land not only equal,
but superior to that of the United States. He would
find institutions as good as American institutions,
laws as generous as American laws. He would
find also that the monarchy of Canada is just as democratic as the government of his home country."
And not long ago he said in London to the assembled statesmen of the British Empire: "I am an admirer of the American people. I admire the great
fight they have made in the past for freedom. I
admire the great advance they have made in civilization. I love the United States. We are giving to
the world the spectacle of brethren living in peace.
We have the largest frontier dividing any two nations. On that frontier, there is not a fortress, not
a gun, not a soldier."
He is, in truth, a universal citizen. He realizes
that we are practically one people, that England s
Shakespeare is our Shakespeare, and that our history
merges off and becomes English history.
Largely, our interests, our hopes, and our destinies are one. #"
Only yesterday, this strong, virile, splendid man,
with a head of silver and a heart of gold, who may
even yet be Canada's salvation, said:
"A dominating power, either on land or sea, will
not hereafter be tolerated. Supreme power in either a man or a nation is to be feared���for nations are
made up of men, and power unrestrained tends to
tyranny."
Such to me, is Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who, on the
Twentieth of November last, entered joyfully upoti
the seventy-fourth year of his life. May he live
long and prosper I
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GREATER VANCOUVER CHINOOK
SATURDAY, JULY i.  1915
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$2 so per load $2 59.
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Phone Fair. 2500        Phone High. 226        Phone Fraser 41
The Cost of Operating Electric
Household Appliances is
Merely Nominal.
The actuaI*cost of current for Electric Household Appliances is
out of all proportion to thc comfort and convenience provided, this
being especially true during the summer months.
Look over this table of hourly cost of operation.
Coffee Percolator
zy2  cents  per hour
Electric Grill
4 to 5l/2 cents per hour
Electric Iron
4 to 5 cents
per hour
Electric Washer
3  cents per hour
Electric Toaster
�� cents  per hour
���N.B.���Appliances used for cooking are operated only a fraction of
an hour per meal. The cost of others depends upon the duration
of their use.
We will be pleased to demonstrate these appliances at our salesrooms.
B. C. ELECTRIC
Carrall and Hastings St.
1138 Granville St. (near Davie)
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OVER LINES ENTIRELY WITHIN
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FROM 7 P.M. TO 8 A.M.
THREE   TIMES   THE   DAY   PERIOD
ALLOWED FOR THE REGULAR
DAY RATE
IS
"LONG DISTANCE" WILL MAKE
APPOINTMENTS AT ANY TIME FOR
CONVERSATIONS AT NIGHT RATES.
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Little Old Original Tin Pot Iron Clad
Sinks in Waters of Litigation���End
is Brought to Long Period of
Disgraceful Municipal Proceedings
���Bit is Ordered for Teeth of
Aggressive Reeve
Injunction Restraining Gold from Exercising Powers of a Mexican
Leader Granted by Justice Macdonald
The Scenic Highway Across the Continent
THROUGH TICKETS  ISSUED
FROM VANCOUVER TO
ALL PARTS OF THE
WORLD
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The Popular Route to the���
OLD COUNTRY
HAWAII
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ALASKA
CHINA AND
JAPAN
Up-to-date Train Service Between Vancouver and the East.
All trains equipped with Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
J. MOE, C. P. A., 434 Hastings St, Vancouver.
C. MILLARD, D. T. A., Vancouver.
H. W. BRODIE, Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
A.  E. Harron
J. A. Harron
G. M. Williamson
HARRON BROS.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Vancouver���Office and Chapel:  1034 Granville St.     Phone Sey. 3486
North Vancouver���Office and Chapel: 122 Sixth St. W.     Phone 134
The first little Iron Clad warship
ever (o poke its nose into llic waters
of municipal politics in Great Britain, Canada or tlie United States, was
disabled and sunk, Tuesday, following
the ruling of his Lordship. Mr. Jus-
lice MacdonaMd, in the case of the citizens of South Vancouver vs. Edward
Gold.
One man may be able to run a peanut stand or "hold a tight rein and
snap the whip over a team of horses,"
but the law says that one man may
not lake personal charge of the lives
and fortunes of 35,000 people unless
the people are willing.
As a result of the granting of Mr.
Juslioe Macdonald's injunction, henceforth the wish of the majority of the
council of South Vancouver will be
final.
Col. Gold's private secretary, A. II.
Seymour, will henceforth be restrain?
ed from Charlie Chaplining into the
municipal vaults and opening mails
addressed to the Treasurer of South
Vancouver.
The (Sold system of espionage at
the offices in ihe Hall ceases from this
day onward.
In fact, in the future, Gold may be
expected to confine himself lo the responsibilities of being the presiding
officer of the council board. He may
put the resolutions and engage in free
discussion of the business before thc
council. But henceforth the rough
neck work must cease and the will of
the council be observed.
The granting of tlie injunction by
Ihe courl will have the effect of bringing quiet lo reign over the fair municipality of South Vancouver, and
though I lie newspapers may lose a
great volume of sensational copy, thc
lot of Ihe ratepayers of the district
and the standing of all Hie municipalities of .British Columbia will be
immensely benefitted,
Mr. Justice Macdonald on Tuesday
gave to James B. Springford, clerk
and treasurer of the corporation of
South Vancouver, Bertie Wilding
and Edwin Bennett, ratepayers, and
the municipal council of South Vancouver, an order of Ihe supreme
court restraining Edward Gold, reeve
of that municipality, from using certain'powers which Mr. Gold, as reeve,
assumed that he had. Tlie case is one
to be marked in legal records, being
the first occasion in this country when
a municipal council has asked the supreme court for an injunction retraining the reeve from the assumption of loo much authority.
After declaring that the municipal
clerk and treasurer, whose repeated
suspension by Ihe reeve was tlie
source of the trouble, is Ihc rightful
clerk and treasurer, of which there
has been some legal doubl since his
suspension, although he was rein-
staled by Ihc council, the injunction
runs as follows:
Order of Court
"Upon the application of the
plaintiffs, upon hearing Mr. J. Edward Bird, of counsel for the plaintiffs, and Mr. A. II. Macneill. FCC., of
counsel for the defendant, and upon
hearing read the affidavits of James
B. Springford, James Campbell, W.
B. Russell. Bertie Wilding, C. II.
Stanley and Edwin Bennett, of Avl-
mer Pratt, ami of Edward Gold and
of A. H. Seymour, and of VV. S.
Welton, and upon hearing read ihe
extracts from the reports of the meet-
ing of the South Vancouver municipal council, il is hereby ordered adjudged and declared that the said Ed
ward Gold, in his capacity as reeve of
South Vancouver, glial] not interfere
with ihe acts of James B. Springford,
in Ihe performance of his duties as
clerk and treasurer of the municipality, except in so far as the said James
B. Springford may hereafter commit
an error in bis duly as clerk. And it
is hereby ordered that ihe said defendant, Edward Cold, as reeve of the
said municipality, be and is hereby
restrained from interfering with the
tax sale ordered by the municipal
council, and of and from any act, matter or thing which will prevent the
taking of all the proceedings necessary lo the tax sale. And it is hereby
ordered that Edward Gobi, as reevc
of the said municipal corporation, be
and is restrained from interfering
with all proceedings of the said municipal council, so far as such actions
do not contravene the revised statutes
of British Columbia, as far as it relates to the said corporation."
Lawyers on both sides in the case,
which was beard in chambers, declared tllat there was no precedent in
the annals of British orr American
law. Mr. Bird, for the citizens, de-
cleared that there never was a reeve
or mayor in Canada or the United
States, lo say nothing of England,
who had arrogated unto himself the
powers claimed by ..dward Gold.
Mr. Macneill, who with Mr. Kttbin-
owitz, appeared for Gold, pleaded that
the man was driven into the stand he
had been taking during the past few
months, lie had, they alleged, but
endeavored to carry out his pre-election pledges and was absolutely sincere in all that he did and undertook,
Reference was made in the pleadings
of counsel to the imoending tax sale.
Mrs. Emma Gold, mother of the reeve,
was down on the tax sale list in some
Iwo hundred or more places. She
owed $12,000 in back taxes. Edward
had his mother's power of attorney
and in this connection counsel for the
citizens declared that he wished lo exercise such high powers largely with
a view of protecting his own selfish
interests.
Considerable interest had been a-
roused throughout the municipality
over the case. Groups met on many
street cornets the night Ihc decision
was announced to talk the mailer over, r lie ratepayers who were responsible for thc application being made
were, of course, delighted with Ihe
results and openly expressed their
delight.
11 is hoped that from now on peace
and quietness will reign in South Vancouver.
Friends of the reeve declare that he
will likely resign if his powers are to
be reduced, as one man put it, "lo
less than those of the janitor," at the
Hall.
It is stated upon very good authority that the reeve will nol resign and
go to the people again, fearing that
the change in public opinion towards
him during the past six months would
absolutely ruin bis chances ol" salvation at the polls. He has, of course,
been repeatedly challenged to give up
his seat and refer the case to the electorate, but so far has not seen fit to
lake up the gage.
Many of Gold's former friends, par-
licularly among the big property holders, have turned against him. They
blame him for frittering away what
had been left of the credit of tlie district. It is undoubtedly correct that
if Gold were to go to the people a-
gain at the present lime, his probable
antagonist, Councillor Stanley, would
be successful.
twiS
Mr. Cosmo Bruce Returns from
San Francisco World's][Fair
Represented   South Vancouver in   Party  of  Gentlemen Who
Carried Greetings of Greater Vancouver to Panama-Pacific
Exposition
Mr. Cosmo Bruce: general manager
of the Coast Lumber and Fuel Company, president of the South Vancouver Board of Trade, returned Thursday from San Francisco, where he represented South Vancouver, and was
member of the motor carload of Vancouver optimists who spread the name
and fame of the city and district from
Burrard Inlet to the Golden Gates.
Mr. Bruce expressed himself as
being highly pleased with the'results
of the trip and believes that South
Vancouver is bound to benefit from
the circulation at the Panama Pacific
Exposition of information bearing
upon the potentialities of this splendid
district.
"On all hands,'' said Mr. Bruce, "we
were received very cordially and thc
Americans extended to the party every hospitality. I believe that as a
result of the enterprise of those responsible for sending the "Booster's
Car," Greater Vancouver will reap a
great benefit.
"British Columbia is regarded by
our Southern friends as a Province
which offers unlimited opportunity for
the right-kind of men���laborers and
capitalists���and after the present unrest is overcome, this Province will
'undoubtedly draw many thousands of
| the best people of the United States
j to assist in the development of our
"resources."
Mr. Bruce met a general feeling at
the exposition for more information
on British Columbia, ami particularly
the municipalities of thc Province. As
a result of the visit of the Booster's
Car," South Vancouver's name ' has
been placed upon lips which never before had uttered the name and facts
regarding the resources of the district were spread broadcast in the proper quarters.
Mr. Bruce met many manufacturers
at the fair who regard Vancouver and
the surrounding territory as desirable
places for locations. He found that
many of these had not heard of the
possibilities of cheap sites on the
North Arm of the Fraser. Of course,
in his capacity of representative for
the district, he lost no oportttnity of
placing literature and information in
the hands of these gentlemen.
Mr. Bruce says that the party
throughout encountered splendid weather and good roads. The Exposition
was, he declared, a wonderful wonderland, and a visit to the marvellous
grounds made with him. he states, a
lasting impression. It was inspiring,
Mr. Bruce said, to go through the
Canadian exhibits at the Exposition.
"At San Francisco. Canada has done
herself proud and the world has complimented the country upon the splendor of the various Canadian exhibits
at the Wonder City. | \
Glazed Cement
Sewer Pipe
It the choice of property owners in
every city where its value hat been
demonstrated. It gives good tervice
and hat durability.
Dominion Glazed Cement Pipe Co.
15S FRONT STREET WEST Phone F.irmont 122
MAPLE LEAF DAIRY
PURE PASTURIZED MILK
We are Milk and Butter Specialists
A. Tommason, Mgr. Phone Bay. 1417
1935 -2nd AVE. WEST
A phone call will have prompt attention
COAL
For kitchen use our Wellington No. 1 Nut Coal at $5.50
per ton is best Value on the market.
USE IT ONCE - -        USE IT ALWAYS
Phone: Sey. 210
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TERMINAL   CITY   IRON    WORKS
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IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
FIRE HYDRANTS AND SPECIALS
REPAIRS OP ALL DESCRIPTION
Keeler's Nursery
Grower and Importer of Plants, Bulbs, Roots and Shrubs
Cut Flowers and Design
Work a  specialty.
Flowering and Ornamental Shrubs for Spring and
Fall  planting.
One   hundred  varieties of
Roses  of  Choice   Sorts
and   three  hundred varieties   of  Dahlias.
Phone Fairmont 817
YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICKS MODERATE
Cor. FIFTEENTH AVE. and MAIN ST :: MOUNT PLEASANT
VIOLIN EXPERT
Old and valuable violins carefully repaired.
GuBtars and mandolins repaired. Bows rehaired.
Violins bought.
JAMES TAYLOR
531 RICHARDS ST. Phone Seymour 3415
FAIRMONT THEATRE
18th and Main Street
All the Latest in Motion Pictures'
SOUTH HILL PALACE OF
VARIETIES
(Three blocks south of Municipal Hall)
ALL THE LATEST WAR SCENES AND BEST OF
MOTION PICTURES
AMATEUR NIGHTS, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
DREAMLAND
H.  H.  DEAN,  Proprietor
COR. TWENTY-SIXTH AVENUE AND MAIN STREET
ALL  THAT  IS BEST IN THE
MOTION PICTURE WORLL> SATURDAY, JULY 3. 1915
iilllllllB11
The Standard Trusts Company
Head Office:  WINNIPEG
Branches:
VANCOUVER, EDMONTON, SASKATOON
Capital subscribed and fully paid       $"50,000.00
Keserve   l-'ui.d        $425,000.00
I    Total   Assets    $10,000,000.00
This Company transacts all business of a Strictly Trust character.
NO DEPOSITS ARE, OR HAVE AT ANY TIME BEEN
ACCEPTED
The Company has for sale a very large number of FARM
PROPERTIES in the middle West Provinces, belonging to Trust
Estates now being wound up.    Booklet on application to
VANCOUVER BRANCH      ���     VANCOUVER  BLOCK
IAS. G. FORRESTER, Manager.
GREATER VANCOUVER CHINOOK
THREE
The Social Evil and Non-
Enforcement of the Law
T1
��� GET YOUR ���
CAMPING TENTS
Camp Furniture, Canvas Hammocks, and other Camping Supplies from
C. H. JONES & SON Ltd.
Manufacturers
CANVAS GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
*
PHONE SEY. 740. 110 ALEXANDER ST.
Opposite North Vancouver Ferry Landing
HOUSEHOLD GOODS andOTFICE FllRNITURE
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CAMPBELL STORAGE COMPANY
MOVING - PACKING- STORAGE-SHIPPING
P PHONE SEYMOUR 7360. OFFICE 857 BEAXTY5T. g|
TRUHfc
RAIL TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
General Agency Transatlantic  Steamship Lines
C. E. Jenney, O. A. P. D.
Phone:  Sey.  8134 527  Granville  Street
We are manufacturers of
DIAMOND  CHICK FOOD
which has no equal   for   chickens.
The Best SEED   POTATOES
which are guaranteed to grow.
LAWN  GRASS SEED which
will make your lawn beautiful.
F. T. VERNON'S
MOUNT PLEASANT
FEED STORE
255 Broadway East (cor. Kingsway)
Phone Fairmont 185
HE following facts prove conclusively that the social evil flourishes throughout the towns of the Interior of the Province, that
in many instances prominent Conservative machine politicians
and government nominees are benefitting financially directly by this
evil, and that the Attorney-General tolerates this evil if his department
do not encourage same. The existence on this huge, commercial scale
of the social evil in restricted districts, implies an intentional non-enforcement of the Dominion and Provincial Statutes.
The following statements, authenticated by the names of Messrs.
Fred H. Graham, A. E. Smith, C. W. King, in a pamphlet issued
at Nelson, B. C, in November, 1912, will set forth the position
briefly.
1. There is in Nelson, B. C, a segregated Vice District situated on Lake Street, and it has been in existence for some time.
2. This Vice District is quite contrary to the Law of Canada,
yet it continues unmolested so far as the authorities are concerned.
3. The Police Commissioners of Nelson have given orders for
the police to obtain certificates of freedom from disease from inmates
in these houses, without which certificates one is debarred from following the occupation.    This implies knowledge of the evil on the
j part of the commission.
4. Investigation discloses that mortgages are held at very high
I rates of interest on some of these houses by parties charged with official responsibility for the enforcement of the laws.
5. There is evidence to show that the Nelson district, officially winked at in the manner described, is an important
chain in the series of White Slave Traffic Stations for Western
Canada.
6. The following is an extract from a written statement made
by then Chief of Police C. W. Young, of Nelson, B. C.:���
"Not only are houses of prostitution recognised by the
Board of Police Commissioners, but individual members of that
board have interfered with me as Chief of Police in the discharge
of my duty to lessen the evils resulting from such houses of prostitution in the City of Nelson."
* # Hi * # * * * *
In the City of Revelstoke, B. C, a recognized district
exists on Front Street in Old town, medical inspection of inmates
twice per month is enforced, a provincial official carries out these examinations, and gives certificates as to health of inmates, a certificate
signed by him is in the hands of the board, thus in this instance the
connection between the official, and the recognition of vice, is direct.
There exists a semi-officially recognized red light district at
Nanaimo, B. C, although medical inspection does not appear to be
insisted on by the police commissioners of that city. Similar conditions exist at Quesnel, Prince Rupert, and Fort George.
In all these Red Light Districts, liquor is sold openly without
licenses, in certain towns, Revelstoke for instance, the local machine
has organized the license holders of the city to control the only
wholesale liquor license granted to a company who, by insisting upon
receiving retail prices for all liquors sold to the keepers of the houses
in the Red Light District, thus secure their own profit on the transaction and hence are not likely to attack the existence of the District
from the license holders' viewpoint.
Years of political power have entrenched the machine in the Interior cities to such an extent,, that these places are governed by a ring
and the various members thereof participate in the profits which the
existence of these Red Light Districts, closcable at their will by virtue of their power with the Police Commissioners, enables them to
squeeze from the unfortunate owners of the houses and inmates thereof. Where medical inspection is enforced, the amount received by
the examining physician alone as his share of the spoils will reach at
least $300 per month. The other members of the ring get theirs in
the shape of swollen rents, mortgages at enormous interest, which often constitutes them thc actual owners of the property, monopoly of
retail business with the district, inmates naturally favoring the businessmen whose favor guarantees their business, high liquor prices,
livery and auto services, gambling games run by friends, etc., etc.
The control of votes which (his organization of vice ensures is
one of the strongholds which the machine politician of the smaller
towns in the Interior of the Province relies upon to perpetuate his
power, and experience shows that the McBride Government have always polled the full voting strength of the Vice and Liquor Rings
and their sattelites.
MONEY TO LOAN
In Multiples of $5,000 at  8  per cent, on
inside revenue producing business property.
Our client will only consider property that
is now paying its way.
CANADIAN   FINANCIERS  TRUST  CO.
HEAD OFFICE, 839 HASTINGS ST. W.       VANCOUVER, B. C.
Patrick Donnelly, General  Manager.
BURSILL   LIBRARY
IN
TAX
SALE! i
Is Registered under name of Merton
Smith and Thirty Dollars is owing
ll has jusl become known thai in
the lax sale list appears a description
of the ljiirsill Library property, upon
which there is owing the sum oi Thirty dollars or mure.
Mr. Merton Smith is one of the
trustees of the library, and ii is stated" Ihc property was registered in his
name. It i.s. therefore, necessary thai
Bursill Library go under Ihe hammer
on July 19. and in the meantime Collingwood friends and other South
Vancouver people interested will make
an effort to raise a sufficient sum to
redeem the property before it is too
late.
In the financing of Bursill Library,
MR. WEART TO ADDRESS
LIBERALS AT BEACONSFIELD
At Fisher's Mall. Beaconsfield, July
S. Mr. I. W. Weart. the candidate for j
the Liberal party in South Vancouver, will l>e present Mr. Weart will
take up a non-partisan view of the
present   political   situation.
Among other speakers will be Mr
George M. Murray, vice-president of
the Richmond Liberal Association.
You need a knowing druggist to fill your prescriptions
just as much as you need a knowing doctor to find out what's
the matter with you and tell you what to take. When your
doctor writes your prescriptions, bring them to us and know
that you will get them filled right with first-class, pure, fresh
drugs.
We   never make a mistake.   We never substitute.
Come to OUR Drug Store
THE BEST DRUG STORE
BURNS DRUG COMPANY, LTD.
Phone 3902
732 GRANVILLE STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
"Nature Teeth"
and skilled
painless service
My "Nature Teeth" which are entirely different from ordinary
artificial teeth, because they are built into the mouth to match
Nature's own in size and shape and exact tint���my skilled service and modern equipment���my absolute guarantee of painlessness, both during and following all dental work ��� these
things
���cost no more
than ordinary dentistry
Read these Prices
Gold   Crowns      5.00 TT  11R*   ��J.   A li^l  *M ��
Brirlfie  Work,   per  toolh     5.00 Licentiate   Dental   Surtrery
Gold   Fillings,   per  footli     2.00 Doctor   Dental   Surgery
Por��l.ia   Fillings,   per  tooth    .. 1.50 '   Mcmbcr    *%*   **??*   ?SS   lVr\T
Amalm raw P��r tooth ..150     2"  STANDARD  BANK  BLDG.
Paiblui Extraction, per looih ..     .50 Seymour 4679
HH
PURE MILK DAIRY CO.
J 'mc Pasteurized Milk and Cream delivered daily to all
parts of the city
Try Our BUTTER MILK, fresh daily.     It aids digestion.
Our CREAM is the Puresl    < >ur WHIPPING CRE \.M the
Riches!
Also dealers in BUTTER and HOGS
Office and Store     -      522 BROADWAY EAST
Plant - 515 TENTH  AVENUE  EAST
Do You Want Bigger  Poultry Profits?
LET OUR EXPERTS SHOW YOU HOW
poultry raising
int.   With :'
titi
of
a p
���ely easy matter.
up���with compc-
creasing number
raises poultry at
:. : I Up.
-'��� ��������� to get the
isfullj ' reed for
:cess     He must.
He must know   how  to feci! and breed for ���
most rapid growth  for market���how to mosl   -
show purposes.    He must know the short cuts to si
study the experience of others.
The poultry raising course of the International Correspondence
Schools comprises 2+ practical less ins for home study. It represents
the experience of the most successful poultry raisers in the world as
well as our own wide experience on the Ran cocas Farm at Brown's
Mills, N, J.���thc world's largest poultry farm.
For any information regarding any of the I. C. S. courses (and we
have 2S4 to choose from) see
W. H. Coulter
Local Manager
10 BURNS BLOCK, 18 HASTINGS  STREET WEST FOUR
GREATER VANCOUVER CHINOOK
SATURDAY, JLrLY 3. 1915
EDGETTS H8 Hastings w.
THE BIG RETAIL GROCERY STORE
SENSATIONAL  SATURDAY  AND MONDAY SPECIALS
FLOUR���So. 1 Hard Wheat, no better bread flour; reg. $2,25, $1.75
SUGAR���No. 1 Fure Cane, B. C. Sugar, 18-11). sack; reg. $1.50, $1.30
(With other groceries)
lil'TTER���Alberta
Creamery, lb.   .. .
.25c
BUTTER��� Edgewood   No.
1 Creamery, 3 lbs, for $1.00
EGGS���Special Fancy Selected quality only, per doz 25c
EGGS���Three dozen Our Local Ranch  .,'. 30c
JAM���Pure Fruit, Kootenay, 5 lb. litis, reduced  60c
TEA���I hit celebrated Victor, 40c.   Tea Special, 3 lor  $1.00
COFFEE��� Fresh ground Moca and Java, value 40c, for 25c
1")RK  AND  MEAN'S���Von
Camps,  reg.  15c    10c
GRAPE JUICE
Keg. 35c, for   ,
25c,
PEANUT BUTTER, reg.
25c, for  20c
RICE, reg. lbs., 7 for only 25c
BEANS, regular 8 for
HAMS, Swift's Picnic,
,14H
BACON,   sliced,   only    25c
25c     CRISCO, reg. 35c,  special. .30c
Libbey's Special Cut Rates.   Meats and Fruits just Half Price
Libber's Lunch, reg. 50c, Libbey's Asparagus,  50c
,for    '. 25c for    25c
Libbey's Queen Olives, 40 Li{']'e-/'s fCanncfI SouPs'      ,t
, _. 15c, 3 for   25c
for    20c Libbey's Canned Pears,
Libbey's Catsup, 35c for  ,20c        40c, for   25c
Raspberries,  crate    $1.90
Oranges,   doz 20c
Oatmeal, 6 lbs. for    25c
Vinegar, 2 bottles for  25c
Fels Naptha Soap, 10 for  ..60c
Cherries, preserving,
only lb 10c
Lemons, only, doz 20c
Mananas,   only   doz 20c
Royal Crown Soap, 14 bars 45c
Liquid Ammonia, 2 bottles 25c
Raisins, reg. 15c, 3 for   25c
I     Sliced Cooked Corn Beef, Tongues and Hams for Picnics     J
PRICES, QUALITY AND SERVICE MAKE EDGETT'S
THE BIG STORE
Sey. 5868 connecting all departments.   Special Mail Order dept.
0   Local Notes and Jottings   0
Dr. W. J. CURRY
DENTIST
Ring up Seymour 2354 for Appointment
Suite 301 Dominion Building, Vancouver, B.C.
HILLCREST DAIRY
PURE PASTEURIZED MILK
No Preservatives No Adulteration
Purity Guaranteed
11 Quarts for 1 Dollar
131 FIFTEENTH AVENUE WEST
Phone Fairmont 1934
Mill: Foot of Ontario Street. Fraser River
Phone: Fraser 97
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
CANADIAN   CEDAR
LUMBER CO.
Manufacturers of
BEVEL SIDING, BOAT LUMBER
HIGH-GRADE CEDAR LUMBER AND LATH
Wholesale and Retail
GRIMMETT P. O., SOUTH VANCOUVER
P. M. HAMILTON F> WILLIS
PANTAGES
"The House of Happiness"
E. D.  Graham,  Resident  Manager
Phone Seymour 3406
HANLON BROTHERS
"The Haunted Hotel"
6���Other  Big   Time  Acts���6
Three   shows   daily   2.45.   7.20.   9.15
Admission���Matinees,    15c;    nights,
15c and 25c; boxes, 50c.
We   deliver���immediately���anywhere.
Phone your order to Seymour 6722.
VANCOUVER WINE
(With the Sunburst Sign)
1097 Granville. Cor. Helmcken.
BASEBALL
Athletic Park
Vancouver vs.
Victoria
GAMES
JULY  12, ,13, 14, 15,  16,  17
The German arms must be hunted
as the buccanncers were hunted of
old. Surely no liuropean nation will
be weak enough to give the Kaiser
and his swaggering banditti another*
chance. If Europe is wise, this will
be the last great European war ���
Robert Blatchford.
It is a great thing to preach philosophy���far greater to live it. The
greatest philosophy accepts the inevitable with a smile and greets it as
though it were desired.���Robert In-
gcrsoll.
The social held on the tennis
grounds of the .Mountain View Church
by the choir last Friday evening, was
well patronised. The sum of $16.(10
was realized, which is to be spent for
music for the choir.
�� �� *
It is with regret we chronicle the
death of Miss Cameron, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. Cameron, 28th Avenue
and Quebec Street. Miss Cameron,
who lived in Winnipeg with her sister, contracted spinal meningitis last
April. Her mother immediately left
for Winnipeg and everything was
done that loving hands could do, but
she passed away June 23rd. Thc family have the sincere sympathy of a
large circle of friends.
* * *
Rev. Mr. Horton of Sapperton Mc-
lliodist Church will preach in Mountain v'iew Methodist Church next
Sunday morning, July 4, and Rev. Mr.
Crux of 6th Avenue Methodist Church
New Westminster, will preach in the
evening.
* * *
Rev. J. W. Davidson, wife and two
daughters leave for Regina, Sask.,
next Tuesday, where Mr. Davidson
has accepted a call to Mestley Methodist  Church.
* * *
Mrs. Sheridan, a valued member of
Mountain View Methodist Church,
leaves'for Penticton to join her husband, who has neen there for some
months.
* * *
The  South  Hill  Presbyterian  Sun
day School, under the superintenden-
cy of Mr. John Sloan, chartered two
li. ('. electric cars last Saturday. June
26th. and went picnicing to Central
Park.    All report having a good time.
* * ��
We are sorry to chronicle the serious illness ot Robert Jlarkness, of
179 3"th Avenue West, but glad to
report that he is very much better mirier ihc skilful treatment of Dr. Telford and a trained nurse.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. H. Force of No. 139
39th Avenue West, left Wednesday,
June 30th, for South Boston, U.S.A.,
when Ihey intend to make iheir home
for a time.
�� * *
The Sunday School picnic of Mountain View Church was held last Tuesday, June 29th, at Brockton Recreation Grounds. About 350 attended
and enjoyed thc games, refreshments,
etc.
* * *
Many basket picnic parties enjoyed
Dominion Day at the different beaches, parks, etc.
* * ��
Rev. E. Manuel of Robson Memorial Church has been compelled by
the doctor's request to take a two
months' holiday to recuperate his
health. Rev. Mr. Stevenson of Lynn
Valley will occupy thc pulpit next
Sunday, and Mr. D. O. Vosper, secretary of the Lay Preachers' Association, will take Mr. Stevenson's
place in Lynn Valley.
CANYON   VIEW  HOTEL
CAPILANO, NO'<TH VANCOUVER. B.C.
H.  LAKSO.V, Maipgei. V.  LASSOK.  Proprietor.
Kirvation  (>2$  feet. One  hour's  irip  from   Vancouver. Telephone   146
SCENIC   DELIGHTS.   PISHING.   HUNTING.   MOUNTAIN   CLIMBING.   Etc.
Unequalled Resort for Holiday, lonjj; or short.     Family Rooms
en suite with  special rate.
Modern   appointments  throughout,   spacious  grounds,   high-class   service  at   moderate
rates.    Easy trail to top of Grouse Mountain, altitude 3,600 feet.
CORRESPONDENCE
Editor CHINOOK:
Dear Sir,���About a week ago thc
South Vancouver School Board had
decided to expend about $10,000 for
renovating the schools, and I think
the public who have to foot the bill
should know something of the manner
this expenditure is carried out. It
is true there is issued at the end of
the year a report of such expenditures, but it is made out in such general form that the ratepayers cannot
get a very accurate idea of how their
monies  have been  expended.
In this particular rase, they refused
to advertise for public tenders, but
went to so many (I suppose their
friends) and asked them to put in
prices for certain work. The members named certain persons the agent
was to notify, and on Tuesday, June
29th, the contracts were awarded. One
person, a resident of the eastern portion of the municipality, was given a
contract of 17 school rooms, 8 of
which were located two blocks from
the only remaining shop of its kind
able to keep open in South Vancouver.
Now, sir, this is not the first time
this has been done to myself, for on
the previous occasion, 1 appeared before the board to demand that all
work done by the board should be
advertised and every ratepayer given
the same opportunity to tender for
school work, as it was their money,
and that no personal or political animosity should exist. In this the board
agreed and through their chairman
said would not occur again, and from
that time I have never been able to
figure on any such work, through the
secret methods so employed in this
present case, and for having the courage to express an independent opinion.
I challenge Messrs. Whelpton and
Neelands, of the old board, to answer through the columns of ihe
CHINOOK or from the public platform, why they refuse.to advertise
all public school work, as previously
promised me at the board meeting of
January 18, 1913; and second, why did
they deem it necessary to ostracize
mc, which is the only business of the
kind able to keep open under such
stringent times in South Vancouver,
by not giving me an opportunity to
figure, while men from the east end
came and tendered for work on two
schools in the west, only two blocks
from my place of business on Main
Street, without I having any knowledge of it.
It is this very method of doing public Diisiness which has caused the present unpleasant agitation at the Municipal Hall, which is to be deplored.
.Vow, Mr. Editor, I sincerely trust
that both persons named in this letter will give a satisfactory answer to
my cpiestipns or stand publicly condemned.
Awaiting a reply,
I remain,
HARRY   KAY.
* * *
Vancouver, June 27,  1915.
Editor CHINOOK:
Sir,���I .notice in your paper dated
June 26 that you make a disparaging
remark in regard to we. Greeks, and
I do not think that the same is in
good taste. If all the citizens of Vancouver were like the Greeks there
would he no bread-line in this city.
Even if some of us do keep shoe
shine parlors, we earn honest money
and do not live on charity nor graft
like many parasites. At least we arc
deserving of respectful treatment.
Yours,
ARTHUR  ETHAN.
Editor's Note.���Apparently the article Mr. Ethan complains of appeared in last week's paper. In thai article some of our unemployed were
urged to consider the industry of the
Greeks resident in Vancouver, and to
take a lesson from them. We regret
that the article was offensive in any
way to the Greek community. If
some of the Greeks keep shoe shine
stands, they have no reason lo be
ashamed of it. Many of them should
be mighty proud of thc success they
are making at  that  business.
Note and Comment
The day the City bylaws were being voted upon it was interesting to
observe the Manitoba element aboul
the polling booths. There is a vast
sum of Manitoba money invested in
Vancouver. And the Manitoba boys
know how lo conserve it!
* * +
iCon Jones, Kenneth Lamoiid, and
his wusship one time had a deal on to
turn the Gold lots into a great athletic park. In reporting the matter, Mr.
Lamoiid said that "both thought a
great deal of the agreement which
had been drawn up, but nae yin o'
them would sign." So, naturally, the
deal didn't go through.
* * *
The Gulf of Georgia Cannery Company have sold 4,800 cases of salmon
in England during the past fortnight.
The Point Grey Gazette remarks that
this is a result of Sir Richard Mc-
Bride's visit to the Old Country.
* * *
Mr. Bowser has hay fever, developing same upon announcement of Sir
Richard's return. A country that will
produce hay fever ought to grow hay.
Facts and Fancies
COLLINGWOOD LIBERALS TO
HOLD  SMOKING CONCERT
Prominent Speakers will be present,
and good tobacco and fragrant cigars will be passed round.
South Vancouver Liberals will foregather at Collingwood, Wednesday
night, July 7, when a splendid smoker is being given by the Liberal associations in the district. Among the
speakers will be Charles Macdonald,
S. G. Faulkner, and George E. McCrossan.
Cards are being issued and the place
of meeting will be announced. The
Liberals of Collingwood have been
very energetic during the past few
months, and are adding to their numbers.
By "Observer"
"The reeve was elected to turn out
Springford, lie is out and he will
stay out and will never come into
that office of Ml A,, again."���Edward
Cold, June 7, 1915.
* * *
But, while Ihe reeve proposed, his
lordship, Mr. Justice Macdonald, disposed off the proposal; and Springford is back in "that office of mine
again." The moral of the story is
plain: "Never prophesy unless you
know."
* * *
It is to .<e hoped the reeve and
council will now settle down to business. That councillors can work amicably together has been proved during the past two weeks. Several
meetings were held, presided over by
Councillor Stanley, and no "scenes"
occurred. Why? The reason is self-
evident: "The disturbing element was
absent."
Owing to pressure on space, we regret very much having to hold over
the remainder of "Observer's" notes,
which will appear next week.
MR. THOMAS TYSON GOES
TO OLD COUNTRY
Popular  Collingwood    Man    Enrolls
With Contingent of Mechanics
Mr. Thomas Tyson, well-known
Collingwood oldtimer, has volunteered
with the mechanics contingent which
shortly leaves for the old country.
"I am doing nothing here, and my
country needs me," said Mr. Tyson
to the CHINOOK.
Mr. Tyson has been an active
Liberal. He is a good citizen, and
a loyal South Vancouver man. He
will be missed in the Collingwood district.
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FIRST CLASS WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
R. CURRY, Prop.
R. S. LEWINGTON HONORED
���NOW  NOTARY  PUBLIC
Well-known South Vancouver business man may now notary paperr.
for Citizens.
In a recent issue of the Provincial
Gazette, notice is made of the appointment of Robert Seymour Lewingtori
to he a notary public.
This announcement will phase
South Vancouver people. Mr. Lew-
jnglon is one of the oldest established
business men in the district, and carried a successful firm through serious
depressions.
His appointment will mean a great
convenience to residents in the South
Hill district, where the need of an
official such as Mr. Lewirigton was
very great.
REEVE HARVEY AT
LAURIER CLUB CONCERT
Point   Grey's  Popular   Official     Will
Speak ��� Gala  Evening planned  for
July 9���Hear Fred Archer with the
Songs  of a  Sourdough���Admission
Free.
At the Laurier Liberal Club, corner
of River Road and Main Street. Friday
night, July 9.
Get that firmly under your hat!
It will be a political, but riot a partisan meeting.
Mr. Fred. Archer, the elocutionist,
known throughout thc west as the only interpreter of Robert Service's
"Song of the Sourdough," will give a
number  of  his  famous  recitations
Mr. Archer is an oldtimer from the
Gold Diggings of the North, and his
"Spell" mid the "llarpie" are among
the finest works ever given.
The politcal end of il will come
when Ilis Worship Rerve J A. Harvey, of Point Grey, will give a short
arldress upon "Purity in Public Life."
Reeve Harvey is a Liberal, but not a
very rabid one.
In addition there will be addresses
oy local men, several songs anrl Instrumental,
Friday night, July 9, is then the
date.
This is a free entertainment and
will be of a very patriotic character.
Mr. J. A. Roberton will occupy the
chair.
Among those who have been invited
to attend are Till the Liberal candidates on the Lower Mainland, and
prominent >erals from throughout
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Theatrical Notes
Pantages Theatre
With the Hanlon Brothers. Kelly
& Galvin and Edith Helena, the former Abom --"English Grand Opera
star, on one bill Pantages is to offer
a great show for next week commencing Monday afternoon. Kitner,
Haynes & Montgomery, regarded generally as one of the greatest irios in
vaudeville, are certain to close up
with thc leaders mentioned for prize
favors.
The Hanlon Brothers and their
company will be seen in their pantomimic absurdity called "The Haunted
Hotel." Features of this act which
will be perhaps the most novel turn
ever shown at Pantages. will be a remarkable shadow dance and a screamingly funny bell boy's dreaSn, which
ends when the principal has his head
cut off by a ghost.    . ���
Kelly  &  Galvin,  two  men,  appear
Robertson McLauchl
MANUFACTURERS     OF     SASH
AND    DOORS
General Mill Work, Office and Store
Fixtures, Bandsawing, etc.
1758 I5THAVE. EAST
Vancouver
hev  ��� ff a" a??.r and a" --a"-*"--
,   ,*V, l ffcr J delightful combina-
l on     I  song and  patter and  are  ex-
1 ,":>'  on<>   Of  the   most   pro-
����������d  hits of the year.    A riotous
flush is provided by an impersonation
irVir'n ,Ch;",lin bv the  -^-''an'
until  Helena has a superb soprano
voice which has been greatly admired
, rlrf f��r.emosIV,musJ<:a! ".'tics of the
world. She will submit a group of
Classical selections as well as lighter
selections, among them being "The
Last Rose of Summer" and "Comin*
J hro   the  Rye."
Kitner. Haynes & Galvin. two men
'���'"��� P "-horn is a clever blackface
"""''ban and a pretty girl will be
milch appreciated for their clean fun
and   melodies.
Barto and Clarke in i!,cir sk.jt
Marponed" have been receiving uni-
versar praise for their cleverness all
over  tlie circuit.
; "C Morton Brothers have a most
unique novelty act which never fails
to please.
Tremendously interesting war pictures, including scenes of the recent
nombardment of Ghent, will be shown
by the Pantagescope. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
GREATER VANCOUVER CHINOOK
FIVE
TAX SALE
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SOUTH VANCOUVER
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND FOR UNPAID TAXES IN* THE
MUNICIPALITY OE SOUTH VANCOUVER,
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday, the 19th day of
July, A.D. 1915, at the hour of ten o'clock a.m., al the Municipal 1 [all,
Corner Eraser Street and 43rd Avenue, South Vancouver, li. C, I
���shall sell al public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out for
delinquent taxes and subsequent taxes in arrear, and for interest and
the costs and expenses allowed by Sections 1X1 and 2?3 of the "Municipal Act," if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
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Almas, J T    61-86 8
Almas, .i T    51-36 8
McFarland, P, 1    il    6
M. !���'ui.mil.  F.  1    51  36
McFarland, E   61  "-:
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' irei iiliani.  G       1-86
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McGregor,    Miss       51 -86
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Spiolbi rg.   II    51 -::���
Kaisho,   Ram       51-36
' "Ui,   V    51-30
Aokl,   "V    51-36
Bailey, I., vv   51-86
Bailey, 1.. vv   51-36
Thompson & Carr     51 -::':
Telford,  R   61-36
Bailey, M. M    51-36
Telford, M. E   :.!-::''.
Telford, M. E   51-36
Telford.  M.   E    51-30
Ti Iford, G   51-::.:
Telford,  G       51-30
Telford.   G    51-30
Telford,   G    51-30
Shef  ' Id, E. A  51-30
Cowan, A. M  51-36
Cowan, A. M  51 -38
Cowan, A. M  51-36
Errington .S; Sterling ... 51-30
Padgam.  Mrs.  A  51-36
Padgam,  Mrs. A  BI -36
Padgam,   Mrs.   A  61-30
P idgam,   Mrs.   A  51-30
Padgam,  Mrs.  A  51-3''.
i luthrie, P  61-36
Nicholson. 1,. 11  51-30
McKinnon, C E  51-20
Endacotl  &-  Perclval   ... 51-26
King, Mrs. D. X  51-30
Squires,  J  51-36
Ham Singh ,s.- Sham Singh 51-20
Gibson. W. 10  51-30
Gibson, vv. E  51-36
Gibson, VV.  E , 51-30
Gibson, W.  E  51-30
Harris.   W  51-36
Harris,   W  51-36
Gibson,  VV.   E  51-36
Gibson. W.  E  51-36
Gibson, W. E  51-36
Gibson.  VV.   E  51-36
Gibson,  W.   E  51-36
Mbson, VV. E  51 -36
Gibson, W. E  .". t-86
Gibson. W. E  61-86
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5      Crennell,  A  51-36
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17
19.00
2.95
21.95
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22.70
3.13
25.88
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2.76
18.04
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2.76
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2.74
17.56
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2.68
14.36
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2.74
17.56
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17.66
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2.74
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9
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2.74
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2.92
21.46
11
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9
46.89
4.34
51.23
11
9-18
1 1
35.05
3.75
38.80
11
9-18
22
26.28
3.31
29.59
11
19-28
1
46.89
4.34
51.23
11
9-28
11
46.89
4.34
51.23
11
9.28
12
44.78
4.23
49.01
11
19-28
16
59.03
4.95
63.98
12
Spl.
333.87
18.69
352.56
13
1
22
08.18
5.40
73.58
14
IA
B
37.69
3.88
41.57
1 1
8
60.81
5.04
05.85
14
11
00.80
5.04
6 5.84
14
10
60.81
B.04
05.85
14
21
20.40
3.32
29.12
29.73
14
23
20.41
3.32
14
24
26.11
3.32
29.73
14
34
26.41
3.32
29.73
14
35
26.40
3.32
29.72
14
36
20.10
3.32
29.72
1 1
37
26.40
3.32
29.72
14
18-50
5
30.96
3.34
34.50
15
5
26.25
3.31
29.56
15
7
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
8
24.21
3.21
27.42
15
11
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
12
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
13
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
14
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
16
47.70
4.38
52.14
15
22
46.42
4.32
50.74
15
23
24.21
3.21
27.42
15
25
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
20
47.76
4.38
52.15
15
27
47.76
4.38
52.14
15
83
37.88
3.89
41.77
15
57
50.69
4.53
55.22
15
68
50.69
4.53
55.22
15
59
50.0 '
4.53
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15
60
50.70
4.53
55.23
15
61
50.70
4.53
55.23
15
62
50.70
4.53
55.23
15
09
50.09
4.53
55.22
16
i
1
37.15
3.85
41.00
10
i
2
31.93
3.69
35.52
16
l
10
21.03
3.05
24.08
10
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11
16.83
2.84
19.67
16
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12
10.83
2.84
19.07
16
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2.84
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10
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l
15
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11.57
2.57
14.14
16
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21
21.63
3.05
24.08
16
l
22
26.25
3.31
29.56
16
l
31
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2.67
16.08
10
2
20
21.26
3.06
24.32
16
2
22
15.89
2.79
18.68
16
2
25
21.99
3.09
25.08
16
2
28
40.40
4.02
44.42
16
2
31
24.11
3.20
27.31
17
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10
56.90
4.84
61.74
17
SWpt.
16
43.68
4.18
47.86
17
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1
50.07
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5 1..".7
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2
41.48
4.07
45.55
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41.48
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45.55
17
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4
30.72
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34.25
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18
2
48.711
4.42
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18
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4.35
51.54                     1
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18
26
23.62
3.18
26.80
18
27
23.62
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26.80
18
31
29.63
3.48
33.11
18
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2.18
26.79
18
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26.51
3.32
29.83
18
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26.51
3.32
29.83
18
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26.53
3.32
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18
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26.53
3.32
29.85
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26.53
3.32
29.85
18
43
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3.32
29.85
18
48
28.04
3.40
31.44
18
69
23.01
3.18
26.79
18
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27.92
3.39
31.31
18
91
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2,.81
3.30
31.20
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3.22
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2.85
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9
13.87
2.09
16.56
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S pt.
5
13.08
2.65
15.73
20
Spt.
15
31.29
3.56
34.85
20
Spt.
17
.  31.29
3.56
34.85
20
N pt.
28
29.SS
3.49
33.37
21
Spt.
6
30.12
3.50
33.62
21
Spt.
17
30.12
3.50
33.62
21
Spt.
19
11.03
2.5S
13 58
21
Spt,
29
39.10
3.95
43.05
21
S pt.
30
.   32.09
3.63
36.32
21A
1
26.10
3.32
29.72
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2
22.25
3.11
25.36
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6
29.4*2
3.47
32.89
21A
6
21.28
3.06
24.34
1
2
34.33
3.71
38.04
1
5
42.74
4.13
46.87
2
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3
32.11
3.60
35.71
1
2
Ept.
5
39.93
3.99
43.92
-7 r.s'-'o
*4
235.87
12.55
13.79
2.62
249.66
15.17
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6
26 53
3.32
29.85
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30
20.20
3.01
23.21
4
-7  58-9
31
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21.93
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36
lS.99
2.94
21.93
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3
20.84
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- 9   6 6   7
4
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28.88
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10
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17
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33.60
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1.   35.31
3.76
21'.07
50
3
52.85
4.64
57.49
5 0
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28.72
3.4 3
32.15
50
5
19.00
2.94
21.94
50
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31.67
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33.72
3.68
37.40
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3.68
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3.90
41.90
60-61
6
18.62
2.92
21.44
1
67
6
20.83
8.04
23.87
1;
67
7
35.09
3.75
38.84
67
8
39.32
3.90
43.28
67
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18.99
2.94
21.94
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5
42.17
4.10
46.27
68
6
33.37
3.66
37.03
68
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33.38
3.66
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10
29.0(1
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33.14
68
12
53.63
4.68
58.31
68
13
60.16
5.00
65.16
69-70
8
15.27
2.76
IS.03
69-7(1
9
15.27
2.70
18.03
69-79
10
15.27
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18.03                      ,
69-70
11
15.27
2!76
18.03
69-70
12
15.27
2.76
18.03
09-70
13
15.27
2.76
18.03
69-70
14
15.27
2.76
18.03
69-70
15
15.27
2.76
18.03
69-70
19
18.99
2.94
21.93
69-70
21
19.00
2.3!
21.94
72
1.6
15.27
2.76
18.03
74
4
22.25
3.11
25.36
it
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7
22.25
3.11
25.86
74
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15.27
2.76
18.03
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li SIX
9
NAME
Stephenson, J.   .
Thomas,   H.   w
Ham   Chnriil   . .
McElmon,  A.   E
McElmon,   W.
Campbell   &   Rose
Byrnell, a. t. .. .
Madiiough, J. A.   . .
Maddough. J. A.   .
Toiiriek,  T	
Todrlck, T, .
Torlrlek. T.  .
Olanvllle &
Olanvllle &
Olanvllle &
Lyons. J. 11	
Olanvllle & Latta
Glanvllle & Latta
Kldd. A. I	
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NAME
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79
Latta
Latta
Lit! .
KliiJ	
Steed, C. II. ,,
Sti ed, .'. ii.  ..
May.-da    	
Mayeda   ..
Smith, Mrs. Sf.
Enokison,  K,  .
Kenney, i. w.
Kiiin.v,   |. t\
Chandler, w
Chandler, W,  ,
Murray, K. &  p
Murray, B  &   p
Murray, '���'  -'��� '������
Murray,
Murray,
Murray,
Murray,
Murray,
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36
.   51-36 SO
, 51-36 ' 86
51-36 ��7
.'���1-36 87
51-36 87
61-36 87
51-86 87
51-36 87
51-36 88-101
61-86 ss-101
51-36  8S-101
NE pt.   li
Savage, J
���Savage. J. .
Savage, J. .
Savage, J. ..
.lavage, .7. ,,
Savage, J. ..
Savage, j. ..
Savage. J. , ,
Savage, J. .
gS viii;,., J. ..
Savage, J, ..
Savage, .1. ..
Savage, J. ..
Savage, .1. .,
Savage, .1
Savage, .1. ..'
Savage, J, ..
Savage, J, .,
Savage, .1. .,
Savage, J. ,.]
Savage, J. ...
Savage, J
Allen, w. j"
Allen,  W.   ,|.
KfcDermott, I.
Downle, A. T.
Federal  Invest
esl.   Co.
Lai   Yuen
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. & |.'	
&  Jung  Wing
.lung Wing
Singh'
Lai  Yue
Cluing	
Ito, K. ft al  	
Matsuoka, Eklzo   	
Kido, II	
Halsu Kakuii'hl  	
KunUtaro Taniguiohi
Kido,   It	
Tsutas  Hani	
Tsutas  Itiino  	
Mi.viiji Nakagawa ....
Sikamaku Okano ....
Sikamaku okano ....
Hamasakl,  It	
Hanins.'iki,   It.   ,	
Lupson,  (I.  W	
Wlille, I'	
Yuile,   11	
Yillle,  H	
Yuile,  H	
Kow   Hull   	
Kow   Hall   	
F'nlon. .1.  H	
Sam  it  Chan   	
Sam  &  Chan   	
Mali  Tick  	
Riklzo   Hirano   	
llikizo   Hirano   	
Kyle.  L.  A	
Stuart, A. G	
Stuart, A. a	
Stuart, A. G	
Slunrt, A. G	
Armstrong, J	
Annable, G. M	
McMillan, CD	
Boultbee,   H	
Boultbee.   H	
Tyson,  Mrs.  M. J	
Robertson,  D	
Mlcbelmnre, A. J	
Mlehelmore, A. J	
Rayley,  W, J	
Bayley.  W, J	
Wakinham, c	
Fleming, A, M	
Fleming. A, M	
Slier Singh   	
Sher Singh  	
Basint Singh   	
Searson,  J	
Searson, J	
Searson,  J	
Searson. .1	
Jackson, Eslate of R
Beach.   R.   W	
Snyers. E. & C	
Kldd, F. A	
Kldd, F. A	
Teller, Q. J. ...
rarem & Tar
Ksrne, A.   ...
Clarlr, J	
Clark, J	
Clark, J	
Clarke, Jas. .
Clarke, Jas. .
Clarke. Jaa. .
Land. F. W. .
- Slater, .7. A. .
Sinter. J. A. .
Willis. A. J. .
Willis.  A. J.  .,
Br,iv,   T	
W Kee Kit ..,
W Kee Kit ...
McHugh, A. M
McHugh, A. M
Pecklinrn. P. .
Thompson, W.
Tkmo, K	
Susukl, T	
Susukl. T	
Mflrston. J. ..
Fisher, R. ...
Vslr-rloim, P. .
Allan Bros. ..
Allnn Bros.
Robinson, Mr... ..,,,j
Robinson. Mrs. Lilly	
Beard,   Mr	
Beard,   Mr	
Fisher. P.. A	
F-isher, It. A	
Fuller,   C	
Fuller,   C	
Fuller,  c	
McKenzle, ,T. R   330-3
Skend,   R    330-3
Skead,  R  3.16-3
Pereiv.il   <v   Endneott..  330-3
Smith,  A.  W    330-3
Jenlon, A. P.   330-3
Jenlon. A. R    330-3:
Jenlon. A. R   330-3:
Griffin. Miss r   3.10-3:
Fleming,  (1.   E 330-2'
Fleming. G.  E    330-3*
GrIITIs,   S    330-3.'
Grlffis,   S    330-33
Grlffis,   S    330-33
Grlffis.   S    330-3.1
Ferguson, It. I'   330-33
Fergus.,n,  li   C    330-33
FVr��fltsnn. R. C    330-33
Ferguson, H. C  3.10-33
Kirk.   .1.  S    330-33
Kirk,   .7.   S    330-3.1
Hodgson. Mrs. C. 11...,   330-33'
Hodgson.  Mrs   C   !!....   330-33
Kaminlslil. Mrs. S   330-33
Oengiro,  K  330-331
BsHloii.  M.  .1  330-331
Brown.  A  330-331
Kennedy, Miss M. J  330-331
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O'Brien, Mrs    339 NEli      3-4
Dickson,  Ii. J    339 NE14       3-4
Manning, W. .1    339 NE14       3-4
Law,   J    339 NEli       3-4
Law.  J    339 NE'4       3-4
Foster, S. .1    339 NEli       3-4
Foster, S. .1    339 NEli       3-1
Foster, S. J    339 NEli       8-4
Foster, S. J    339 NEli       8-4
Abercromble, M. E   339 NEU      3-4
Cherry, Mr    339 NE'4      3-4
floodvvyn,   A    330 NEVi       3-4
Cloodwyn,   A    339 NEli       II
Cherry, Mr    339 NE'4      8-4
Hawkridge, F   339 NEli      6C
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Ward, C. J    339 NE 14          7
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Fawkes, T  339   SViSEu 2
Sutherland, W. (J   339    SViSE'4 2
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Knight,   E    339    SViSEU 3
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Todriek, J. 13   339 NViNW 14 A
Alcock,   F.   T    339N14NW14 A
Todrlck, J. B    339 NViNW U A
Todrlck, J. B    339 NViNW Vi A
Miller, H.  F    339 NViNW hi A
Todriek, J. B   339NViNWVi A
Todriek, J. B    339 NViNW 2 A
Todrlck, J. B   339 NViNW 14 A
Todrlck, J. B    339 NViNWU A
Todrlck, J. B    339 NViNW Vi A
Todrlck, J. B    339NViN\V!i A
Todrlck, J. B    339 NViNW 2 A
Todrlck, J.  V    339 NViNWVi A
Todriek, J. B    339NViNWVi A
Todrlck, J. B   339 NViNWVi A
Todriek,   J.   B    S39 NViNWli A
Todriek,   J,   B    339 NViNWli A
Todriek, J.  11    339 NViNWVi A
Todriek, J.  B    339 NViNWVi A
Lowe, Mrs. A.  M    339 SViNWl-i 1
Pickering, Mrs. F. E   339 SViNWVi 3
Pickering, Mrs. F. E   339 SViNWU 3
Bowen, J. L    339  SViNWVi I
Blsfl,   H.   E    339  NMiSWVi 1
BIss. H.  E    389  NJiSWU I
McPherson,   K    339 NViSWVi 2
McPherson,   K    339 NViSWVi 2
Lew (ling      339 NViSWVi 3
Low  Glng       339  N ViSW 14 3
Paget, C. B    339  NViSWVi 3
Paget, C. B   889 NViSWVi 3
Lew   Cling       339  NViSWV4 3
Foster, Mrs.  S.  J   339 NViSW 14 3
Foster,   Mrs.   S.   .1    339  NliSWVi 3
Lamberton, A. B    339 NViSW-fi 4
Lamberton. A. B   339 NViSWVi 4
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Marie,   J.   D   339 NViSW 14 5
Dixon,  Ii   339 NViSW'4 0
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Qlllgloy,  T    339  NViSW 2 f.
Qulgley,  T    339  NVi��WV4 6
Qulglcy, T   339 NViSW'A 6
Lew Glng     339 NViSWVi 6
Lew  Glng       339  NViSW 14 6
Geschcrt, 1   339 NViNW2 li
Geschert, 1   339 NV4NWV4 6
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Sakagi Harada     339   SViSWU 3
Hostopoulos, J.  & T    339   SViSWU 4
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Kuboshlna, K   339   SViSWVi B
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3.11
3.11
2.92
3.26
2.92
3.26
2.85
3.49
3.19
3.19
3.19
2.85
3.11
3.11
3.19
3 13
2.74
2.85
3.35
3.84
2.83
3.01
3.11
2..15
9.32
9.32
3.76
3.11
2.84
3 50
4.98
3.03
3.90
6.14
4.72
3.04
3.04 '
3.84
6.63
6,98
5,39
3.65
3.65
3.94
3.94
3.79
3.94
3.85
5.33
3.85
6.48
6.78
3.49
6.27
3.94
3.39
3.04
3.04
4.31
4.31
3.32
3.39
6.27
3,32
3.29
3.74
3.87
5.24
4.52
5.46
3.39
3.29
4.25
3.74
4.09
4.09
4.13
3.13
2.79
3.13
4.22
3.15'
3.58
2.78
3.29
3.60
3.60
3.01
2.94
3.52
4.66
5.02
4.35
4.11
2.61
27.28
113.81
39.48
54.56
126.01
56.08
25.83
25.83
51.64
135.53
27.28
38.76
121.66
65.81
70.49
25.83
59.03
25.36
29.24
25.36
23.87
23.87
21.07     .
51.53
36.68
42.09
60.54
52.29
52.29
32.54
79.96
74.49 .
32.54
23.87
14.84
27.76
27.76
65.33
25.36
46.23
23.87
23.87
23.87
28.55
21.44
17.56
15.60
67.08
39.49
23.87
23.87
35.33
29.06
21.26
24.72
36.02
29.72
34.84
22.70
28.26
21.44
41.61
30.65
30.65
45.24
46.70
52 54
56.44
68.12
91.93
32.29
42.09
42.09
36.76
34.50
31.76
23.86
23.86
27.77
26.31
47.64
21.95
21.95
21.92
23.38
23.87
29.81
21.92
21.92
23.87
32.54
29.81
29.81
29.81
29.81
23.40
16.08
21.92
21.92
21.92
23.87
23.87
21.92
25.34
23.40
23.40
25.34
37.40
21.92
23.87
21.46
,   38.52
21.45
25.34
25.34
21.45
28.54
21.45
28.54
19.99.
33.39*
27.07
27.07
27.07
19.99
25.34
25.34
27.07
25.83
19.99
19.99
19.99
17.69
19.99
30.50
40.66
19.51
23.40
26.31
13.66
155.72
165.72
39.02
25.34
19.76
33.60
64.57
23.76
42.03
67.98
69.22
23.87
23.87
40.76
99.27
106.65
73.35
36.68
36.68
42.84
42.89
39.76
42.84
40.92
71.95
40.92
96.14
102.47
38.45
91.77
42.87
31.19
23.87
23.87
50.68
50.68
29.78
31.19
91.86
29.73
29.23
33.72
41.45
70.14
64.96
74.68
31.19
29.23
49.43
38.72
46.05
46.05
46.88
26.83
18.66
25.83
48.72
26.30
35.31
18.53
29.17
36.61
35.61
23.40
21.98
34.08
68.01
66.46
51.60
46.38
14.85
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Tiinin, U. T   720 Wpt.b W
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Penwell, Mrs. A    7211-4,12-16
Blackmail, G. W  7211-4,12-15
Allnlrett, B    7211-4,12-15
Potter,   P.   A    7211-4,12-15
Fenhale, E. A    7211-4,12-15
Kurushlma,  K    7211-4,12-15
Bayne,  G.   G    7211-4,12-15
Clarke, T. A   7211-4,12-15 3
Clarke,  T. A    721 1-4,12-16 3'
Clarke, T. A   721 1-4,12-15 3-
Clarke,  T. A    721 1-4,12-15 3
Clarke, T. A    7211-4,12-15 3
Clarke, T. A    721 1-4,12-16 J.
Clarke, T. A    7211-4,12-15 3-
Clarke, T.  A    721 1-4,12-15 3
Clarke, T. A   721 1-4,12-15 8-
Clarke,  T.  A    721 1-4,12-15 3'
Clarke, T. A  721 1-4,12-15 3-
Clarke, T. A   7211-4,12-15 3-
Clarke, T. A  721 1-4,12-15 3-
Fillmore, W. C. et at  7211-4,12-15
Fillmore, W. C. et al  7211-4,12-15
Brown, A   721 6
Derbyshire, h. C  721 7
Amiss, S. C   721 7
Haolam, C. T  721 7
Crane, J  721 7
Mills,  Clem     721 11
Goodwin,   W  721 11
Drane,  C.  W   741 1-4 NW
Drane.   C.  W   741 1-4 NW
Drane, Mrs. M   741 1-4 NVj
Wilson, J. R. B   741 1-4 NVj
Wilson, J. R. B  741 1-4 NW
Hanbury. Mrs. M 741 1-4NVU7
Hanbury. Mrs. M  741 1-4NVJ17-
Smallle, W. C. & Moore, H. 741 9
Barber, J. A  741 9
Fox,  It.   R.,  & E.  E   741 14
Beam,   W.   J  741 A
Beam,   W.   J  741 A
Beam,   W.   J  741 A
Watt, H. G  741 A 24-
Dickinson,   J  741 A
Brewer, W. J  743 A
Rudland, F  743 A
Morris, Mrs. G  743 A
DeBou, H. Guy    743 A
DeBou, H. Guy   743 A
Madill, Rev. J. C 743 B
Brewer. W. J  743
Petman, Mrs. G. M 743 B
Owens, G. A  743 B
Brewer,  W.  J  743 B
Wallace. Mrs. J 743 1-2 NEpt
Fowls & Broughton   743 l-2NEpt.l7-
Goddard & Son    743     WW
Goddard & Son    743     WW
Mills, E  743      WVj 20-
Mills.  E    743      WVj
Rlgg, T 743      WVj
Bradbury,   D  743      WS1
Cutler, E  743     WVj
Hunter,   J  745
Kerr, W. J  745
Farrer, W. H  745 ..SO-
Smith, J  746-7
Brown, E  746-7
Brown, E  746-7
Brown, E  746-7
Hayes, Mrs. C. S 746-7
Hayes, Mrs. C. S 746-7
Hayes, Mrs. C. S 746-7
Hayes, Mrs. C. S 746-7
Viner, C. & Mrs. T  746-7
Ruddock, A. E  746-7
Power, W. T  746-7
Paul, Mrs. Ella M  746-7
Parker,  E.   H  746-7
Schnyder, H   746-7
Campbell & Cowan   746-7
Gibson,   Moses     746-7
Gibson,   Moses     746-7
Gibson,   Moses     746-7
Gibson,   Moses     746-7
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
glbson, Moses     748-9        1
ibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses     748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9       1
Gtbnon, Moses     748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses       748-9 1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson. Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9       1
Gibson, Moses     748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses   748-9        1
Gibson, Moses       748-9 1
Gibson, Moses     748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses     748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses       748-9 1
Gibson, Moses    748-9       1
Gibson, Moses      748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        1
Gibson, Moses  ,..  748-9        1
Gibson, Moses    748-9        2
Gibson, Moses    748-9        2
Gibson, Moses  748-9        2
Gibson, Moses    748-9        2
Gibson, Moses      748-9 2
Gibson, Moses    748-9        2
Gibson, Moses   748-9        2
Gibson, Moses     748-9        2
Gibson, Moses    748-9        2
Gibson,  Moses       748-9 2
Gibson, Moses   7-18-9        2
Gibson, Moses     748-9        2
Gibson, Moses      748-9 3
Gibson, Moses     748-9        3
Gibson, Moses    748-9       3
Gibson, Moses     748-9        3
Gibson, Moses   748-9       8
Gibson, Moses    748-9        3
Gibson, Moses    748-9       3
Gibson, Moses   ,  748-9        3
Gibson, Moses  748-9        3
Gibson, Moses    748-9        3
Gibson, Moses  748-9        3
Gibson, Moses    748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses    748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
'Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses,  748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses     748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
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Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
.Gibson, Moses   748-9        4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses        748-9       4
Gibson, Moses   748-9       4
Gibson, Moses  '    748-9       4
Gibson, Moses  ,. 74J.j       4
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1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
1-6
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1-6
7
8
20
IS.39
2.94
21.33
2*r
IS.119
2.9 1
21.93
VSpt.
11.81
2.j9
14.40
8
24.94
3.24
28.18
8
24.94
3.24
2S.1S
10
34.94
3.24
28.14
11
24.94
3.24
26.14
12
24.94
3.24
28.14
13
15. .j
2.78
14.63
14
16.74
2.76
18.52
16
16.74
8.78
18.62
16
15.,4
2.78
14.52
17
16.74
2.18
18.62
22
24.94
3.24
24.14
23
21.03
3.05
24.0.
24
21.02
3.06 '
24.0/
25
21.02
J.06
24.07
26
23.49
3.W
26.66
27
24.94
3.24
28.18
28
24.94
3.24
24.IS
29
24.94
2.24
2S.1S
30
24.94
3.24
2S.1S
31
24.94
3.24
28.18
32
26.64
3.28
28.92
25
20.3S
3.01
23.39
36
24.08
3.20
87.28
M
14.82
2.14
17.66
9A
13.89
2.69
16.68
10C
33..JI
3.67
37.24
11C
23.49
3.17
26.66
4-7B
19.32
2.96
22.28
D
12.11
2.60
14.71
23
68.76
4.93
63.68
1
40.32
4.01
44.33
jj
40.32
4.01
44.33
3
40.32
4.01
44.33
4
40.32
4.01
44.33
5
���10.32
4.01
44.33
6
40.32
4.01
44.33
7
40.32
4.01
44.33
8
40.32
4.01
44.33
9
40.32
4.01
44.33
10
40.32
4.01
44.33
11
40.32
4.01
44.33
12
40.32
4.01
44.33
13
20.08
3.00
23.08
107.51
7.37
114.88
107.51
7.37
114.S8
7
52.54
4.62
67.16
3
35.05
3.75
38.80
4
47.49
1.37
51.86
8
47.49
4.37
51.86
9
21.30
3.06
24.36
9
29.76
3.48
33.24
15
17.58
2.87
20.45
5Spt
18.21
2.91
21.12
6
65.13
5.25   .
70.38
9
62.12
4.60
56.72
12
46.90
4.34
51.24
13
26.03
8.30
29.33
B
25.32
3.26
28.58
C
26.32
3.26
28.58
8
60.30
4.51
64.81
10
20.83
3.04
23.87
10
11.44
2.57
14.01
11
18.53
2.92
21.45
12
18.53
2.92
21.45
13
22.25
3.11
25.36
A
39.08
3.95
*3.03
30
27.81
3:39
31.20
6
67.48
4.87
62.35
7
33.38
3.66
37.04
11
31.97
3.59
35.56
13
69.79
4.98
64.77
14
59.79
4.98
64.77
2
45.40
4.27
49.67
3
45.40
4.27
49.67
7
42.17
4.1.0
46.27
11
30.13
3.50
33.63
1
706.46
87.32
1793.78
14
31.97
3.59
35.56
A Wpl
.55.63
4.78
60.41
1
116.82
7.84
124.06
2
91.64
6.72
101.26
BCpt.
24.09
3.20
27.29
C Wpt
25.95
3.29
29.24
32
62.34
6.11
67.46
34
66.26
6.31
71.67
37A
31.97
3.69
35.56
7
66.07
6.30
71.37
14
48.21
4.41
52.62
CEpt.
46.35
4.31
60.66
9-13R
31.97
3.59
35.56
15
48.01
4.40
62.41
16
60.52
4.52
56.04
17
66.05
5.30
71.35
26
54.35
4.71
59.06
27
64.35
4.71
69.06
28
54.35
4.71
69.06
29
58.56
4.92
63.48
33
30.13
3.60
33.63
34
30.13
3.50
33.63
40
54.35
4.71
59.06
41
46.89
4.34   '
51.23
67
31.51
3.57
35.08
69
30.13
3.50
33.63
93
31.97
3.59
35.66
100
30.03
3.50
33.53
101
23.72
3.18
26.90
102
20.75
8.03
23.78
103
22.05
3.10
25.15
1
33.38
3.66
37.04
2
29.66
3.48
33.14
3
29.66
3.48
83.14
4
29.66
3.48
33.14
5
29.66
3.48
33.14
6
29.66
3.48
33.14
7
29.66
3.48
33.14
8
33.38
3.66
37.04
9
29.66
8.48
33.14
10
27.81
3.39
31.20
11
27.81
8.39
31.20
12
27.81
3.39
31.20
13
27.81
3.39
31.20
14
26.41
3.32
29.73
16
25.02
3,25
28.27
16
19.45
2.97
22.42
17
19.45
2.97
22.42
18
22.25
3.11
23.36
19
25.02
3.25
28.27
20
26.41
3.32
29.78
21
26.41
3.32
29.73
22
27.81
3.39
31.20
23
27.81
3.33
31.20
24
31.60
3.57
30.07
25
29.66
3.48
33.14
26
25,95
3.29
29.24
27
25.95
3.29
29.24
28
21.65
3.23
27.88
29
23.36
3.16
26.52
30
15.66
2 77
18.83
31
15.66
2.77
18.33
32
22.05
3.10
25.15
33
24.65
3.23 .
27.SS
34
25.95
3.29
29.24
36
26.95
3.29
29.24
36
26.95
3.29
29.24
37
25.96
3.29
29.24
38
25.96
3.29
29.24
39
25.95
3.29
29.24
40
27.81
3.39
31.20
1
33.38
3.66
37.04
2
29.66
3.48
33.14
3
29.66
3.48
33.14
4
29.66
3.48
33.14
i
29.66
3.48
33.14
6
29.66
3.48
33.14
7
27.81
3.39
31.20
8
27.81
3.39
31.20
9
27.81
3.39
31.20
10
27.81
3.39
31.20
11
27.81
3.39
31.20
12
31.50
3.57
35.07
1
31.60
3.57
35.07
2
27.81
3.39
31.20
3
27.81
3.39
31.20
4
27.81
3.39
31.20
5
27.81
3.39
31.20
6
27.81
3.39
31.20
8
20.01
3.00
23.01
9
20.01
3.00
23.01
10
13.34
2.66
16.00
11
27.07
3.35
30.42
12
33.38
3.66
37.04
1
35.23
3.76
38.99
2
31.50
. 3.57
35.07
3
31.50
3.57
35.07
4
31.50
3.67
35.07
5
31.50
3.67
35.07
6
31.50
3.57
35.07
7
31.50
3.57
36.07
8
35.23
3.76
38.99
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27.81
3.39
31.20
10
25.95
3.29
29.24
11
12
23.36
20.75
3.16
3.03
26.52
23.78
13
19.45
2.97
22.42
14
18.12
2.90
21.02
15
18.12
2.90
21.02
16
18.12
2.90
21.02
17
20.75
8.03
23.78
18
23.36
3.16
26.52
19
23.36
3.16
26.52
20
23.36
3.16
26.52
21
15.56
2.77
18.33
22
15.56
2.77
18.33
23
20.75
3.03
23.78
24
26.69
3.33
30.02
25
83.38
3.66
37.04
26
29.84
3.49
33.33
27
31.60
3.57
35.07
28
31.60
3.57
35.07
29
31.60
3.57
35.07
80
31.50
3.57
��� 35.07
31
31.50
3.67
35.07
32
31.50
3.57
35.07
33
31.50
3.57
35.07
34
31.50
3.67
35.07
35
31.50
3.57
35.07
36
31.60
3.67
35,07
NAME
Gibson, .Moses       748-
(Jibson,  .Muses       748-
Glbson, Moses       748-
(libson, .Moses      748-
1'inglt,   H   76u
Tiirnbull Estate      750
750
760
750
750
Allan,   1.
Allan,  1.
Stewart, A. P	
Stewart, A. P.  ,	
Stewart, A. 1"	
Stewart, A. P	
Stewart, A.  P	
Vroone, A. P	
Creiuhton.   T	
McArthur, J. C. et al
McArthur, J. C. et al
Rouieruy, .Mrs. C.
750
750
760
751
751
751
751
751
M
it
o
K
4
4
4
4
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EVj
ws
Whi
WVj
VV Vj
VV Vj
WVj
WVj
.Mel'hee & Hudson       751
Fellows
M	
.VlcPhee & Dodson
Elliott Estate  	
Elliott Estate   	
.McShane, J	
McShane, J.   	
Gibson, .Moses ....
Gibson, Moses ....
Gibson, Moses ....
Broadhurst, .VI. E.
Cashion, J. J	
Marriott  &
Brltton,   F.
Ades, F. T	
.Marriott & Fellows   	
Stamper, F. S	
Von Uissen, J. L	
Simms, Mrs. R	
Patterson,  VV. G	
Snow,   .Mrs.   S	
Marriott & Follows ....
Marriott & Fellows ....
Marriott & Fellows .. .
Marriott & Fellows   ....
Grossman, M	
Hall,   C.   A	
McPherson, Mrs. A	
Mathieson,  J.  E	
Hall, C. A	
Robertson, S. A	
McDonald, W. L	
McDonald, W. L	
.McDonald, W. L	
Duncan, J. & C	
British Pac. Fin. Corp,..
British Pac. Fin. Corp...
British Pac. Fin. Corp...
British Pac. Fin. Corp...
751
751
761
751
751
751
751
761
751
752
752
762
752
752
753 A
53  E&BlklO
of 754
British Pac.
British Pac,
British Pac.
British Pac.
Anthony, M,
Duncan,  J	
Odium,-Prof.  E.
Cabeldue, P. S.
Anderson, E. ..
Byers, Mrs.  V.
Ford, Dr	
McGeer,  J	
Wlnfleld, E.
Fin. Corp.,
Fin. Corp..
Fin. Corp..
Fin. Corp...
B. & Co....
.. 753
.. 753
. . 703
.. 753
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.. 753
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. . 755
.. 755
.. 765
.. 755
.. 766
.. 756
., 756
.. 756
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.. 756
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.. 756
.. 756
.. 756
.. 750
.. 766
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
G
H
H
J
J
J
J
J
J
K
5
5
9-10
14
14
14
3
37
38
39
40
. 5 Npt.
14
30
31
32
38
34
36
36
10
13
15
16
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
45
4
5
16
43
1
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2 6-12 43-64 3A
2 6-12 43-64 26A
2 5-12 43-64 29A
16
Rippon & Meyer   391-2
Rippon & Meyer
Scott,   J.   J	
Gains, J	
Stretch, Mrs. 0. D.
Penny, E	
Stretch, Mrs. C. D.
Stretch, Mrs. C. D.
Stretch, Mrs. C. D.
Stretch, Mrs. C. D.
Mason,
Mason,
Mason,
Mason,
Mason,
Mason,
391-2
391-2
391-2
331-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-2
391-
Vanderdasson, Mrs. M.
Allan, Miss C. ��	
Caddell,  W	
Reston, M	
Uchida,  A	
Uchida,  A	
Uchida,   A	
Takeo, Sato   	
Edwards, F	
Kojima, W.  R	
Takejlro, o	
Takejlro. O	
Yumagochia,  G	
O'Reilly,  T.  P	
Salgo & Intoka   391-2
Jwaichl, Nakamara  391-2
Teensukl,   Saegusa       391-2
Kobayshl, K    391-2
Furnmoto,   F   391-2
Furnmoto,   F   391-2
Sotoro,   Amoto      391-2
Mntsubayashl, N   391-2
Vanjan,   Takul      391-2
Genso, Kanamara   391-2
Brudshavv, W  391-2
Bradshnw, W   391-2
Kichitaro,  Kawasaki   .. .  391-2
Pratt,  John   L   391-2
Pratt,  John  L   391-2
Brltton,   J   391-2
Hnmer, R. T   391-2
Dewar,   J.   S    391-2
McDonald,   M   391-2
Okawara,  M   391-2
Okawara, M.-  391-2
Davidson & Shaddlnn  ...  391-2
Tracy,   F   391-2
Appleby,   H.   C    391-2
Appleby,  H. C    391-2
Wilson,   ,7    391-2
Kilinjn.   A    391-2
Ayers,  .1.   A    391-2
Ayers, J. A   391-2
Assano,   G    391-2
Assano,   G    391-2
Assan",   G    391-2
Tnnakn, Vlsbl & Abode. 391-2
Tannka, Vlshl & Abode. 391-2
SamsoW,  Kobavshlo   ....  391-2
McLellan,   L.   11    391-2
Zasoya,  Voshlka    391-2
Slmodn,   S    391-2
Simoda, s  391-2
Phillips,  W.   R    391-2
Phillips,  W.  R    391-2
McDonald,   M    391-2
MoDonald,  M  391-2
McDonnld,   M    391-2
McDonald. M   391-2
Minura,   K   391-2
Satnrn,   Amolo       391-2
Hodge,  G    391-2
Taylor,  G,  S    391-2
Taylor,   Mrs. ,1. S    391-2
Taylor,   .1.   S    391-2
Taylor.   J.   S    391-2
Kuninkiehl, T   391-2
Voshiro. Iwanic et al ...   391-2
Butt,   Miss   H    391-2
Taylor. J. S    391-2
Taylor, J. S    391-2
McNeil. G    391-2
McLood,   W    391-2
McLeod. J. P    391-2
McLennan, D. A   391-2
McLennan, D. A   391-2
Percy, S. & Co    391-2
Percy, S. & Co   391-2
Morrison, E. D    391-2
Thompson,  T     391-2
Byrenell. L. M. & C. F   391-2
Chapman, A. B   391-2
Johnson, .T. W   391-2
Seabold, J. A. C   391-2
Roberts & Seabold   391-2
McGeer,  J    391-.2
Kavanagh, Mrs. A   391-2
Thompson, E   391-2
McGeer,  J   391-2
Bradbrook, Mrs. M. E....   391-2
White, A. C    391-2
Warner,   E.
Warner.   E.
A.
A.
A.
A.
A.
A.
17
18
19
20
26
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
N% 2
NVj 2
N442
NVj3
SVj4
SVj4
SVj 4
SVj4
f.
6
6
5
6
6
NVjl
NVil
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
8
3
3
3
3
3
SVi 5
SVJ6
SVi 5
SV45
SW5
SVi 6
SVi 6
SH'6
S 1,4 6
SVi 6
SVi 6
SVI, 6
Shii
1
1
1
1
1
Ept.l
7 iilpt.l
7 Ept.l
7 Ept.l
7 Ept.2
7 Ept.2
7 Ept.2
7 Ept.2
7 Ept.2
7 Ept.2
8 NW!4
8 NWW
8 NWti
8 NWW
8 SWW (4-6) G
8 SW14 (4-6) H
8 SWhi 7
8 NEW 3
8 NEW 4
8 NEW (11-13) A
8 NEW 18
8 SE'4  A-B 3-14
Z Ept.
8 SEW3-14 O
F
C
F
K
M
V
y
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
6
19
18
1
2
3
13
1
7
21
22
23
3
23
3
18
4
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
18
1
2
3
6
15
20
23
24
4
5
15
16
17
1
6
7
18
19
20
21
22
7
10
12
22
23
10
11
13
14
15
16
17
19
28
II
15
16
17
3
16
18
21
22
27
9
10
BC
CE
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WA
07.55
30.66
28.30
25.20
16.68
56.72
46.80
30.69
39.59
43.01
43.01
43.01
43.01
48.22
67.79
78.26
41.26
41.26
72.23
41.25
51.92
234.64
208.58
148.38
148.38
148.38
148.38
148.38
148.38
130.33
130.33
75.10
33.83
113.26
49.46
37.07
222.54
54.60
46.23
36.46
57.33
60.91
39.07
29.66
29.66
204.02
25.94
11.82
46.89
69.78
60.00
60.00
129.82
24.55
24.55
24.55
24.55
24.55
24.55
24.55
28.26
29.86
65.62
18.62
61.13
29.62
46.13
101.35
56.67
56.67
56.68
70.92
32.90
29.63
41.67
41.67
41.67
49.50
41.67
46.96
152.31
154.54
163.44
182.47
183.36
150.82
44.05
27.82
27.81
67.97
44.05
44.05
56.22
86.02
22.13
27.81
44.04
56.08
64.38
46.18
49.53
41.78
38.88
41.77
45.23
65.47
69.37
38.88
24.53
24.64
68.31
68.31
68.32
43.31
34.93
24.50
43.15
44.84
42.33
36.77
36.77
34.29
17.24
41.66
55.41
24.54
20.35
26.34
26.34
24.63
24.53
24.63
44.84
44.84
38.16
68.68
24.10
38.15
74.21
65.62
65.62
24.09
29.62
51.30
41.61
38.15
38.15
54.91
86.81
67.61
38.11
38.11
44.87
60.05
60.05
41.09
41.09
17.73
68.96
76.55
62.90
57.99
29.62
29.62
41.70
29.62
29.62
44.16
Hatch, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs.
Hatch, Mrs.
Kiddie,   T.
Smith. F	
Funnell.   E	
Anderson, Joshua .
Taylor,  T	
Taylor,   I	
James & Bird	
Taylor,   S	
Warner, E	
Newton, T. J	
Miller. Wellington
Robertson, M	
Waite, Mrs. E. J...
Wong. Mow  	
Wong, Mow  	
Warner, E	
McCulIough, R. A.
A.
15
16
17
21
26
27
2
8
9
10
11
18
McCulIough, R.
Jennar, Mr	
Schwan, A. W.   . ��� ,
Schwan, A, W 391-2 10-13J22-26
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-26 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 1-28
391-2 10-13,22-25 SVJ 1-2 A W sd
391-2 10-13.22-25     SW 4
391-2 10-13,22-25     Shi 6
391-2 10-13,22-26        8 12
391-2 10-13.22-25     11 7
391-2 10-13,22-26      11 8
391-2 10-13,22-25 11-24      38
391-2 10-13,22-26 11-24       46
391-2 10-13,22-25 11-24   60-68 H
391-2 10-13,22-26  11-24   60-68 1
391-2 10-13,22-25 11-24       M
391-2 10-13,22-25 16-17 2
391-2 10-13.22-25     21 7
391-2 10-13.22-25      22 1
391-2 10-13,22-25      22 2
391-2 10-13,22-25      25
391-2 10-13,22-25 137&pt.
138 N
391-2 10-13,22-25      .. O
391-2 10-13,22-26 136Spt*
137-8        8
391-2 10-13,22-26    " 16
16
41.70
36.29
44.16
111.23
103.08
134.39
134.39
44.15
18.80
25.90
25.90
46.88
53.10
52.50
79.48
70.54
25.90
22.23
24.06
33.77
29.62
27.74
31.51
18.61
20.44
14.75
14.76
20.77
33.35
41.66
51.30
42.16
166.87
135.35
111.23
41.66
118.63
160.42
3.33
3.41
3.26
2.88
4.83
4.34
3.52
3.62
4.15
4.07
4.07
4.07
4.41
4.88
6.91
4.06
4.06
5.61
4.06
4.59
13.73
12.42
9.41
9.41
9.41
9.41
9.41
9.41
8.51
8.51
6.75
3.69
7.66
4.47
3.86
13.12
4.73
4.31
3.82
4.86
4.99
3.95
3.48
3.48
12.20
3.29
2.74
4.34
5.48
6.00
5.00
8.49
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.22
3.41
3.48
4.78
2.03
6.05
3.48
4.30
7,06
4.83
4.83
4.83
6.54
3.64
3.48
4.08
4.08
408
4.47
4.08
4.35
9.61
9.70
10.17
11.12
11.16
9.50
4.20
3.38
3.39
4.89
4.20
4.20
4.81
6.30
3.46
3.27
4.20
4.80
5.21
4.30
4.47
4.08
3.94
4.08
4.26
4.77
5.46
3.94
3.22
3.22
5.41
0.41
5.41
4.16
3.74
3.22
4.15
4.23
4.11
3.83
3.83
3.71
2.86
4.08
4.77
3.22
3.31
3.31
3.31
3.22
3.22
3.22
4.24
4.24
3.90
5.43
3.20
3.90
6.71
4.78
4.78
3.20
3.48
4.66
4.08
3.90
3.90
4.74
6.29
6.37
3.90
3.90
4.24
6.00
6.00
4.05
4.05
2.88
5.44
6.82
4.64
4.89
3.48
3.48
4.08
3.48
3.48
4.20
4.08
3.81
4.20
7.56
7.16
8.71
8.71
4.20
2.94
3.29
3.29
4.34
4.65
4.62
5.97
5.52
3.29
3,11
3.20
368
3.48
3.38
3.57
2.92
3.02
2.73
2.73
3.03
3.66
4.08
4.56
4.10
10.34
8.76
7.S6
4.08
7.93
10.02
34.19
31.77
28.46
19.51
61.55
61.14
84.11
34.11
47.16
47.16
47.16
47.16
62.63
62.67
.84.17
45.32
45.22
77.84
45.31
56.51
248.37
221.00
167.79
167.79
157.79
157.79
167.79
157.79
138.84
138.84
80.85
37.52
120.92
63.93
40.92
235.66
59.33
60.54
40.28
62.19
64.90
43.02
33.14
33.14
216.22
29.23
17.56
51.23
75.26
65.00
65.00
138.31
27.77
27.77
27.77
27.77
27.77
27.77
27.77
31,67
33.34
60.40
21.56
66.18
33.10
50.43
108.41
61.50
61.50
61.51
76.46
36.54
33.11
46.75
45.75.
45.76 ���
53.97
45.75
51.31
161.92
164.24
173.61
193.09
194.51
160.32
48.25
31.20
31.20
62.86
48.26
48.25
61.03
92.32
32.59
31.08
48.24
60.88
69.59
60.48
54.00
45.86
42.82
45.85
49.49
60.24
74.83
42.82
27.75
27.76
73.72
73.72
73.73
47.47
38.67
27.72
47.30
49.07
46.44'
40.60
40.60
38.00
20.10
46.74
66.18
27.76
29.66
29.65
29.66
27.75
27.76
27.75
49.08
49.08
42.05
74.11
27.30
42.05
79 92
60.40
66.40
27.29
33.10
65.86
46.69
42.05
42.06
69.65
92.10
75.88
42.01
42.01
49.11
66.05
65.05
45.14
46.14
20.61
74.39
82.37
67.54
62.88
33.10
33.10
45.78
33.10
33.10
48.35
45.78
40.10
48.35
118.79
110.23
143.10
143.10
48.36
21,74
29.19
29.19
61.22
57.75
67.12
85.46
76.06
29.19
25.34
27.26
37.46
33.10
31.12
35.08
21.43
23.46
17.48
17.48
23.80
37.01
45.74
55.86
46.26
177.21
144.11
118.79
46.74
126.56
170.44
NAME
3
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Banfleld, J. J  391-210-
Nulrne, Airs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrne, Alls. -VI  391-2 10-
Nulrrre, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrne, .Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nnlrne, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nairne, .Mrs. -M  391-2 10-
Nalrue, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrnu, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrne. Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nairne, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrne, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nulrne, .Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nairne, Mrs. -VI  391-2 10-
Nalrne, Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nairnc. Mrs. M  391-2 10-
Nalrne, Mrs. m  391-210-
Wallla,   Edgar      391-2 10-
Slmm, Janet   391-2 10-
Slmm, Janet   391-2 10-
Nelson, 0. E   391-2 10-
Fyffe,   A   391-2 10-
Fyffe.  A 391-2 10-
FylTe,   A    391-2 10-
Gow,   W.   A    391-2 10-
Gow,   W.   A    391-2 10-
Foster, S. J   391-2 10-
Foster, S. J   391-2 10-
Hansen, N    391-2 10-
Crawford, A  391-2
Wakefield,   W   391-2
Crawford, A  391-2
Bjolnson,  Mrs.  C 391-2
Rlgg.  A  391-2
Ledke, Mrs. A   391-2
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McKlnnon, M   391-2
Falctto,   M   391-2
Prythcch,   P   391-2
Hackers, Mrs. S 391-2
Stringer, A   391-2
Thomas, A.  R    391-2
Thomas, A. R 391-2
Thomas, A. R  391-2
Pennington, C. A 391-2
Thomas, A. R  391-2
Thomas, A. R   391-2
Thomas, A. R  391-2
Vanderson,   Clyde      391-2
Shrum, W. 0   391-2
Sudman, J   391-2
Warrender, A. S 391-2
Farish, Dr. J. C   391-2
Frazer.   H.  D  391-2
Vlaneu,  L   891-2
Clark,  H.  M   391-2
Clark,  H.  M   391-2
Schcnck. G 391-2
Gillespie. E    391-2
Gillespie, E   391-2
Bain, J   391-2
Olgle, Mrs   391-2
Olgle, Mrs  391-2
Tingle,   H   391-2
Gaffln, L. A   391-2
Jordan, W. E. & R. A   391-2
Jordan, W. E. & R. A  391-2
Wllland,  G   391-2
Bowers,   G   391-2
Whltiaw, Hall & Powers 391-2
Roberts, A  391-2
Todman, Ross   391-2
Loltch,   H  391-2
Nlrdcn, J   391-2
Craig,   S  391-2
The John McLeod Co   391-2
Fleming, M  391-2
Fleming, M   391-2
Kemp,  Mrs  M 391-2
Speare,   J.   R 391-2
Randies, Mrs. A   391-2
Williams,   G.   S    391-2
Williams, G.  S  391-2
Horton,   J   391-2
Hume,  F   391-2
Banfleld,  J.  J   391-2
Banfleld, J. J   391-2
Banfield,  J. J   391-2
Banfleld, J. J  391-2
Banfleld,  J. J   391-2
Russell,   W.   M 391-2
Reeder,  A.  G   391-2
Stauffer, M. L, & D. S. .. 391-2
Stauffer, M. L. & D. S. ..  391-2
Alfonso, S. F   391-2
Humphries,  R   391-2
Pine, L   391-2
Smith, W   391-2
Ramsay, J. W   391-2
Santlnl,   P   391-2
Divan, J   391-2
Bankers Trust Co 391-2.
Ferguson, J. A   391-2
McGeer, Estate of J 391-2
McGeer, Estate of J 391-2
Judd,   F   391-2
Aicken, J   391-2
McKlnnon, M  391-2
Gale,   W    391-2
Gale, W   391-2
Gale,  W   391-2
Blckley, F. S   391-2
Blckley,  F. S   391-2
Blckley, F. S  391-2
Collins,   B.   S   381-2
Pugh & Livingstone   391-2
Skinner,   W.   L   891-2
Humphries, R  391-2
Seabolt,  J.   A    391-2
Thompson, G. H   391-2
Thomson, W. W  391-2
Deck, M. E  391-2
Deck,   C    391-2
Anderson, A  391-2
Simpson,  P   391-2
Nell, A    391-2
Nell, A. I    391-2
Byford, H  391-2
Seabold,   J   391-2
Hacquoll, P    391-2
Bloomfleld,   Mr    391-2
Swain,   B.   W   391-2
Edge, R. E    391-2
Wood. G. E    391-2
Hawthorne, ,7. S   668-70
Peck,   H.   A   668-70
Peck,   H.   A    668-70
Cook, W    668-70
Cook, VV    668-70
Cook, W    668-70
Todd,   J    668-70
Todd,   J    668-70
McKenzle,   J   608-70
Hwlnncrton,  Mrs.  M.   ..  668-70
McMonnies, D. B   668-70
Sunder Singh   668-70
Mcintosh, W. J    668-70
Mcintosh, W.J    668-70
Evans,   H   668-70
Evans,   H   668-70
.Tones,  W   668-70
Lane,   F    668-70
McMillan, D. A   668-70
Mather  &  Noble   .'   668-70
McNeil,   N.   &  Campbell
Singer      668-70
McNeil,   A.   &  Campbell 668-76
McNeil,  W. & Campbell 668-70
Mercer,  L   668-70
Berdwell, W. R   668-70
Pion. J. & S  668-70
Grey, Mrs. S   668-70
Omura, O. & Kanda, E. 668-70
Smith,  L   668-70
Wescott, E. D   668-70
Hamilton, S. T. & Vena-
bles, J   668-70
Charters & Henderson .  668-70
Pender, S. A   668-70
Skeans,   C   668-70
Skeans,   C   668-70
Glllrle, Mrs. R. L   668-70
Mann,   P   668-70
Tomklnson, J   668-70
Paterson,   C   668-70
Stewart F   668-70
National Finance   668-70
Reed, W   668-70
Reed, W   668-70
Payne,  Miss  S.  A 668-70
Watson, C  668-70
Quenrivlllc,   G    668-70
Robinson,   Wilfred      668-70
Robinson,   Wilfred      668-70
Blair,   W   668-70
Stlbbins, J.  W    668-70
Johnson,  C   668-70
Williams, J   668-70
Fleming, Miss A. .���  688-70
Cook,   T    668-70
Patterson, A. M   668-70
Bedford, F   668-70
Taylor, J. S   668-70
Taylor,  J.  S   668-70
Taylor, J. S  668-70
Walker. J   668-70
Drysdale, J. M   668-70
Taylor,  J. S    668-70
Taylor, J. S   668-70
Taylor,  J.  S   668-70
Taylor, J. S   668-70
Taylor,  J. S   668-70
Chill,   J.   D    668-70
Chill, J. D    668-70
Chill. J. D    668-70
Crocker.  A.   668-70
Crocker.  A  668-70
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33.69 SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
NAME
Mcintosh. It. A	
Mcintosh, It. A	
Crocker,   A	
Taylor, J. S	
Taylor, J. S	
Taylor, J. S	
Taylor, J. 8	
Erlol-son. Mrs. C	
Kricksori, Mrs. C	
lOri.-lrson.  Mrs. C	
ErleHson,  Mrs. C	
Erle'.isnn,  Mrs. C	
Er'-.'Ksou, Mrs. C	
Banner, li	
Benner, H	
Benner,  II	
Benner,  II	
Benner, H	
Madge,  K. M	
Madge, K. M	
Madge.   K.  M	
Bull,  F.   G	
Reid,  .1.  C	
McDougall. A. H	
Mellor, J.  E	
Smith, E. it. & vv. s	
Smith, E.  It. k VV. S	
Smith, io. R. & vv. s	
Smith. E. It. & VV. S	
Walsh,  VV.  K	
Walsh,  W.   Iv	
Garrison,   It	
Garrison, R	
Anderson, It. A., ,S; Smith,
E.   R.   &   VV.   S	
Anderson, It.'A., -S: Smith,
E.  R. &   ���. S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
10.   it.  &  W.  S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
10.   R.   &   W.   S	
Anderson, it. A., & .Smith,
10.   R.   &   VV.   S	
Anderson, it. A.. & Smith,
10.  It.  &  W.. S	
Anderson, R. A,, .'; Smith,
H.   R.   &   VV.   S	
Anderson, It. A., .v.- Smith,
io. it. & w. s	
Anderson. It. A, .V- Smith,
E.  It.  &   W.  S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
E.   R.   &   W.   S	
Anderson, It. A.. ,t Smith,
E.   R.  &   VV.  S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
10.   It.   &   W.  S	
Anderson, R. A., & Smith,
E.   H.   &   VV.   S	
Anderson, It. A.. & Srniih,
10.   It.   &  W.  S	
Anderson, It. A., & Srniih,
E.   It.   &   VV.   S	
Anderson. It. A., it Smith,
10.   R.   &   W.   S	
Anderson. It. A, .8: Smith,
R  It.   &  VV.  S	
Sim -maker,   1*'	
Shoemaker,  F	
Anderson, it. A.. & Smith,
E. R. & W. S	
Anderson. It. A., & Smith,
K.  It. &  VV. S	
Anderson, it. A, & Smith,
U. It. & W. S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
E.  R.   f S	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith.
E. It. & VV. S	
Anderson, R. A., & Smith,
B.   It.  &  W.  S	
Wickendcn, C. O	
WJckenden, CO	
Wlckenden,  CO	
Wlckenden, CO	
Wlckenden, CO	
Anderson.   It.   A.,   Smith.
E.  It.  * W. S	
Anderson,   R.   A.,   Smith,
E.   It.  K-.  VV. S	
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Wlckenden,  C.  O.
Wlckenden,  C  0	
Wlckenden,  c.  o	
Anderson, R. A., .t Smith.
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Anderson, P.. A., St Smith,
E.   It.  &  VV.  S	
Anderson, R. A.. .*c Smith,
10.  R.  &  W.  S	
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H. It. &  W. S	
Anderson, R. A., & Smith,
E. It. & VV. S	
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H.  Ii.  & W.  S	
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Anderson. It. A.. (4 Smith,
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Anderson, R. A., & Smllh.
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Anderson. It. A.. * Smith,
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E. It. & W. S	
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E. It. & W. S	
Anderson, It. A., ft Smith.
H. it. & VV. 8	
Anderson, It. A., & Smith,
H. it. & W. R	
Raynor,  Mrs. S	
Raynor, C. W	
Cooksey,   F.   H	
Anderson, R. A., & Smith,
m. R. & W. S	
Anderson, R. A.. & Smith,
E. R. & W. S,  	
Andorson, R. A., & Smith,
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Andorson, R. A.. & Smith,
B. R. & W. S	
Anderson, R. A.. & Smith.
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B. H. & W. S	
Anderson, R. A.. & Smith,
B. R. & W. S	
Wickendcn,  C.  O	
Wlckenden.  C.  O	
Crawford, Miss F	
Forbes,   J	
Scott,   R.   H :	
Laslett.  T	
Laslett,  T.	
McMurrn.y, W. B	
Honig, B	
Boomhower,   Mrs	
Leslett,  T	
McCormlck,   H	
Wilcox. W. R	
Wilcox, W.  R	
W-ilcox, W.  R	
Wilcox.  W.   R	
Elsey,   G	
Anderson, M. H	
Anderson, m. H	
Honig B	
Honig B	
O'Brien. J. J	
King. W	
McElhlnney, A. S	
Ooldwell. J. A	
McCormlck, W. H	
McCormlck, W. H	
McDonald,   D	
McCrae, M	
Jackson, S. P	
Jackson, S. P	
Thornfleld, A	
MoDonald, D.  N	
McDonald. D. N	
Stecves, Mrs H	
Nlklels,  C	
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J ickson,  .1	
Jackson,  J	
W Ihurn,   G	
Anderson,  A.   M	
' ii'i- 1 son,  a   m	
Anderson, A.  M	
Anderson,  A.  M	
Oukle, G. M	
oiiiiid,  J	
Paulsen,  S.   I:	
Madill, Rev.  I. C	
(Jrliror, G. s	
Griger, G. S	
Madill. Rev. J. C	
Madill, Rev, J. C	
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Madill, .1. ���'	
Madill, J. c	
In-lill. J. C	
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Jones,  .1	
Haw key, Mis. J. s.  ..
Corey, M. o. ..1	
Wearn,  J	
Blair, S	
Blair, S	
Solum, rvill.-.   G	
Jackson,   s.   P	
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Jones,  F	
Gordon,   W    .V-   .1	
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McMillan, Agnes  	
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Rowling,  II.  s	
Rowling,  11.  S	
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McKlllopp, Timber & Lai,
Gumakh  Singh   	
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Morris,   A	
Bordet, Mrs. G	
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Gut Singh,  Pooran Chand
it Cameleck  	
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Lijisin. If	
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Chester, J. S	
Slater, F. VV	
Slater, F. W.
Glaysher, Mr.-
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Karhaeff. II	
Rushi,  Peter  	
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Chipperfleld,   H	
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Coke, M	
Coke, MI   	
Earl, L. B	
Schwartz,  E	
Schultz, Mrs. G	
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Schultz, Mrs. G	
Schultz. Mrs. G	
Schultz, Mrs. G	
Schultz, Sirs. G	
Schultz. Mrs. G	
Allan,  .1.  D	
Hodkawski, P	
Wismuoskl,   V	
Wismuoskl,   V	
Nisbct, R	
Dennsted,  G	
Dennsted, G	
Dennsted, G	
Lvttleton,  J	
Lyttleton,  J	
Cesraag,   J	
Cortner, P	
Cortner, P	
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48.24
48.24
48.21
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48.24
48.24
48.24
57.15
32.Se
45.63
21.43
���21.41
46.94
21.41
25.84
26.61
38.2:
29.7��
19.51
37.2��
38.93
33.33
33.3*
26.53
26.02
19.46
19.46
25.78
26.53
63.3*>
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19.91
48.72
80.73
44.01
44.07
34.46
23.08
23.0 J
21 II
15.06
15.61
16.51
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1.44
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4 7.72
15.57
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25 12
21.46
1 I 6-1
14.04
22.0(1
47.7!
4 3.01-
42.89
47.28
47.23
26.64
47.29
51.06
2 3.51
33.66
70.04
34.41
35.81
38.99
64.44
16.86
19.14
51.33
31.31
19.91
19.91
1 7.54
16.61
32.07
20,30
37.97
52.95
50.63
���16.33
52.01-
32.83
56.01
24.23
24.28
414.62
118.85
91.56
1 50.81
150.S1
150.81
34.84
1300.93
138.31
157.7*
13S.31
13S.30
1 38.38
1 38.31
138.31
60.43
60.41
58.91
32.14
00.41
60.41
60.4t
58.2*
16 0.7 J.
199.10
31.20
53.53,
60.43
60.41
60.42
S4.ll
84.13
48.95
124.35
84.13
84 11
60.43
124.35
60.43
60.41
60.41
75.86
60.41
60.41
60.41
84.1.3
60.41
60.43
56.52
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Williams, R, 0	
...  526
582
7
55.64
4.78
60.42
Morion.  F.  .V	
..   633
10
11
69.60
6.48
75.08
Gold, -Mrs. Emma	
638
9
11
38.33
3.91
42.24
Williams, It. il	
...  511
582
8
44.50
4.25
48.75
Hurton.  V.  N	
. .   633
10
12
83.63
6.18
89.81
Gold, Mrs. Emma  	
638
9
12
38.33
3.91
42.24
Kins.   W.   H	
. . .   526
582
10
Cl5.6 3
4.78
60.41
.VleComb, G	
..   633
11
1
146.51
9.32
165.33
Gold. Mrs. Emma	
638
9
/
13
38.33
3.91
42.24
Brett, 11   	
...  616
582
35
73.00
5.65
78 65
Mnnliy, Mrs. O. J	
. .   633
11
9
37.09
8.85
4 0.91
Gold, Airs. Emnia 	
638
9
14
38.33
3.91
4*\24
Brett, H	
... 626
582
36
99.06
6.95
106.01
MeCoonib,   G	
. .   633
11
26
46.92
4.34
51.26
Gold, -Mrs. Emma	
638
9
15
38.33
3.91
42.24
Collins,  T	
...   616
583
1
116.53
7.82
124.85
Lane,   C.   J	
..   633
12
6
201.31
12.21
216.52
Gold, Airs. Emma	
638
9
16
38.34
3.91
42.25
Collins, T	
...   526
5S3
2
78.21
5.91
84.12
Beavers, Mrs. c	
. .   633
12
11
37.09
3.85
40.94
Gold, Airs. Emmn 	
638
9
17
38.34
3.91
42.25
Bums ��v Lancrneed ....
. . .   520
583
12
99.88
6.99
10I..H"
Williams,    1!	
. .   633
12
16
68.40
6.42
73.82
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
9
IS
38.34
3.91
42.25
Websler, <i. H	
...   Mi
583
19
51.93
4.59
56.62
Saeousa,   T	
..   633
12
29
52.89
4.64
67.53
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
638
9
19
43.65
4.17
47.72
Webster, 0. It	
. . .   Mi
58 3
20
61.93
4.59
56.62
Vagi,   W	
. .   633
12
32
27.80
3.39
31.19
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
9
20
4 3.55
4.17
47.72
Murphy.  .1	
. ..  586
584
20
73.00
5.65
78.65
Voshinaka, Mrs. T	
. .   633
12
33
28.29
3.41
31.70
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
636
9
21
38.33
3.91
42.24
IVriworlli.   l'\   VV	
...  616
661
13
93.45
6.67
100.12
Srniih, .1. T	
..   626
983
25
24.07
3.20
27.27
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
9
22
38.33
3.91
42.21
Hutchinson, 'C	
...  I72ri
661
27
61.93
4.59
56.52
Ferguson, W. J	
. .   526
1004
1
3
20.95
3.29
29.24
.   638
9
23
38.33
3.91
42.24
Davles,  E.  VV	
Waine. lira.  11. M.  ...
Hutchinson,   C	
Hutchinson,  C.	
Webster, G. H	
...   526
..   .526
...   526
...   526
...   526
...   526
602
602
602
602
602
602
������
30
33
34
35
36
93.45
51.93
73.00
73.00
51.93
70.48
6.67
4.59
5.65
6.65
4.59
5.52
100.12
56.62
78.66
78.65
56.52
76.00
Bulmet, EC H	
Chambers. J.  11	
. .   526
. .   526
1004
1004
1004
1004
1004
1064
1
1
1
4
10
21
3
25.95
25.95
27.80
25.95
31.50
25.95
3.29
3.29
3.39
3.29
3.57
3.29
29.24
29.24
31.19
29.24
35.07
29.24
.   638
.   638
.   638
.   638
.   638
.   638
9
9
9
9
9
9
24
25
26
27
28
29
38.34
38.34
38.34
38.34
38.34
38.34
3.91
3.91
3.91
3.91
3.91
3.91
42.24
42 25
42.'25
42.25
42.25
42.25
4L10
Gold   Airs. Emma
Brown. A. R	
. .   526
Webster! Q. II	
Gold, Airs. Emma	
Greenwood, A	
...   526
603
6
73.00
5.65
78.6.r,
Brown. A. H	
. .   526
1064
6
20.35
3.29
29.24
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
9
30
37.24
3.86
Rsderiaacher, it. S, ..
...   626
...   526
. . .   5211
...   526
603
603
603
603
12
15
16
21
51.93
93.45
141.41
61.93
4.59
6.67
9.07
4.59
56.52
100.12
150.48
56.52
Lougheed,  J.   J.	
Lougheed,  J.  L	
526
. .   634
..   634
1064
1064
3
3
7
8
4
5
25.95
31.60
53.74
53.79
3.29
3.57
4.68
4.68
29.24
35.07
68.42
68.42
.   638
.   638
.   638
.   638
10
10
10
10
1
3
4
41.70
36.49
36.49
36.49
4.08
3.82
3.82
3.82
45.78
Davidson,  C, J	
40.31
Davidson, C, J	
40.31
tires, A	
40.31
Girs,   A	
...   526
...   526
663
603
604
22
24
3
61.92
93.45
51.92
4.59
6.67
4.59
56.51
100.12
56.51
Equity Brokerage Co.  ..
Equity Brokerage Co,  ..
Equity  Brokerage Co.  ..
. .   634
. .   634
..   634
3
3
3
6
7
8
29.66
29.66
37.07
3.48
3.48
3.85
33.14
33.14
40.92
.   638
.   638
638
10
10
10
* ���
5
6
8
36.49
36.49
36.49
3.82
3.82
3.82
40.31
40.31
40.31
Collasin. ('.	
. ..   526
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
Collasin. C	
...   526
604
4
51.92
4.59
56.51
Blakeley,   A	
. .   634
3
18
29.66
3.48
33.14
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
9
36.49
3.82
40.31
Dodd,   H.   B	
...   526
. ..   526
664
604
604
604
9
10
27
28
72.99
72.99
51.92
51.92
5.64
5.64
4.59
4.59
78.63
78.63
56.51
56.51
White.  It.  E	
Dickson,  A.  N	
McDonald, N. B	
. .   634
..   634
634
.   634
6
7
7
7
20
6
8
10
37.07
37.07
62.89
37.07
3.85
3.85
5.14
3.85
40.92
40.92
68.03
40.92
.   638
.   638
.   638
.   638
10
10
10
HI
10
11
12
13
36.49
36.49
36.49
36.49
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
40.31
Dodd,   11.   11	
40.31
40.31
40.31
Vernon,   J.
526
...   526
621
621
4
11
91.81
93.45
6.59
6.67
98.40
100.12
9
10-12
11
9
37.07
29.66
3.85
3.48
40.92
33.14
Gold, Airs   Emma
.   638
.   638
10
10
14
15
36.49
41.70
3.82
4.08 *
40.31
46.78
Kent, (1. T	
Auld,   P	
. .   634
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
Mitchell, VV	
...   526
621
26
93.45
6.67
100.12
Settles, Miss L	
. .   634
10-12
12
41.70
4.08
45.78
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
10
..
16
41.70
'4.08
45.78
Learne, A	
...   526
621
27
93.45
6.67
100.12
Jones, J. VV	
. .   634
10-12
13
41.70
4.08
45.78
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
,.
17
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Clark,   W ���
...   526
621
30
51.92
4.59
56.61
Mehar, Chan & Co	
. .   634
10-12
15
40.79
4.03
44.82
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
10
18
36.49
3.82
40.31
White.  E.  W	
...   526
622
22
49.14
A.45
53.59
Mehar, Chan & Co.. . .^. . .
. .   634
10-12
16
37.07
3.85
40.92
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
19
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Isaacson. G. T	
...   526
623
15
51.92
4.69
56.61
Brennnn, W. J	
. .   634
10-12
17
37.07
3.85
40'.92
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
10
20
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Isaacson, G. T	
...   526
623
16
79.78
5.98
85.76
Buswell,   A.   C	
..   634
11-12
4
33.38
3.66
37.04
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
21
36.49
3.82
40.31
White, C. W	
...   526
623
22
51.92
4.59
56.51
Hnrvie, Mrs. R	
. .   634
11-12
26
41.70
4.08
45.78
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
10
22
36.49
3.82
40.31
McCutcheson, J.  E.   ..
...   526
624
0
51.92
4.59
56.61
McCulIough,   D.	
. .   636
2
3
25.95
3.29
29.24
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
23
36.49
3.82
40.31
McClllclieson,   ,1.   E.   ,.
...   626
624
10
51.92
4.59
56.51
Fennell, E	
. .   636
2
14
37.15
3.85
41.00
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
10
24
36.49
3.82
40.31
March,    L	
...   526
624
11
51.92
4.59
66.51
Fennel], E, F	
. .   636
2
15
37.15
3.85
41.00
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
.   638
10
25
36.49
3.82
40.31
March,    L	
...   626
624
12
51.92
4.59
56.51
Steele.   W	
. .   636
2
40
37.15
3.85
41.00
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
10
26
36.49
3.82
40.31
Collins,   A.   R	
...   526
624
19
51.92
4.59
66.51
Patrick & Montgomery .
. .   636
3
11
37.15
3.85
41.00
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
10
27
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Collins,   A.   R	
...   526
624
20
51.92
4.59
56.51
Teinperley,  R. J	
..   636
3
14
37.15
3.85
41.00
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
,   638
10
28
36.49
3.82
40.31
Itiidermacher,   H.   L.    ,
...   526
661
6
91.80
6.59
98.39
Wardlaw, J	
. .   636
3
37
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
10
29
36.49
3.82
40.31
l'eake, G.  &  F	
...   526
661
16
66.76
5.33
72.09
Wardlaw,   A	
. .   636
3
38
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
10
30
41.70
4.08
4 5.78
l'ealce, G. & F	
...   526
661
17
85.32
6.26
91.58
Duncan,   A	
..   636
3
39
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Atrs. Emma	
638
11
1-4
A
203.10
12.15
215.25
Carss.   H.   E	
...   526
661
18
64.30
5.24
70.14
Marrlnffton & Reod	
. .   636
5
9
23.61
3.18
26.79
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
11
1-4
B
126.98
8.34
135.32
Carss,   H.   E	
...   526
661
18
64.90
5.24
70.11
Thacker, w. T	
..   636
5
22
19.01
2.95
21.96
Gold, Airs. Emma	
638
11
1-4
C
126.98
8.34
135.32
Blair, m. 0	
...   526
661
22
93.45
6.67
100.12
Anderson, A, H	
..   636
5
34
19.01
2.95
21.96
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
11
1-4
D
126.98
8.34
135.32
Bewail,   A.  H	
...   526
662
14
51.92
4.59
56.51
Spiers, E. A	
. .   636
6
2
25.95
3.29
29.24
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
638
11
1-4
E
126.98
8.34
135.32
Vernon,  J	
...   526
662
28
74.19
5.70
79.89
McBride *  Mason  	
. .   636
6
13
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold. Airs. Emma	
.   638
11
k
37.24
3.86
41.10
Williams,   E.   A	
...   526
663
5
51.92
4.59
56.51
Shllnker.  F	
. .   636
6
15
19.01
2.96
21.96
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
638
11
6
38.33
3.91
42.24
Williams,   E.   A	
...   526
663
6
51.92
4.59
56.51
Wottoll, C. J	
. .   636
6
17
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
11
7
38.34
3.91
42.25
Davis,   W    	
. ..   526
663
8
93.45
6.67
100.12
Chandler,  E.  R	
. .   636
6
21
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
11
8
38.33
3.91   ���
42.24
Hovyer, C. It	
...   526
664
20
134.39
8.71    ���
143.10
Chandler, E.  R	
. .   636
6
22
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
11
9
38.33
3.91
42.24
Vernon,  .1	
...   626
681
16
���14.50
4.22
48.72
Chandler,   E.  R	
. .   636
6
23
32,53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
11
10
38.33
3.91
42,24
Vernon,   ,1	
...   526
681
17
44,50
4.22
48.72
Chandler,  E.  It	
. .   6 36
6
24
32.53
3.62
36.15
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
.   638
11
11
38.33
3.91
42,24
Moody  &  Stook   	
...   526
681
20
80,62
6.03
86.65
Millar, .1. D	
. .   637
5
1
146.52
9.32
155.84
Gold, Airs. Emma	
6 38
11
12
38.34
3.91
42^25
Moody   &   Stook   	
...   526
681
21
99.27
6.96
106.23
.Millar, J. D	
. .   637
6
2
117.92
7.89
125.81
Gold, Airs..Emma	
.   638
11
13
38.34
3.91
���12.25
McCormick,  H	
...   526
681
25
104.29
7.21
111.50
Millar, J. D	
. .   637
rj
3
117.92
7.89
125.81
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
.   638
11
14
38.34
3.91
4 2.25
47.72
Malins,   A	
...   526
681
28
74.19
5.70
79.89
Millar, J.  D	
. .   637
6
4
117.93
7.89
125.81
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
11
15
43.55
4.17
Kadermacher, H. L, ...
...   526
682
g
74.19
5.70
79.89
Millar, J. D	
. .   637
5
6
117.92
7.89
125.81
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
1
41.70
4.08
I5.'7S
40.31
40.31
Fairburn, S. A	
...   526
682
7
131.39
8.71
143.10
Millar, J. D	
. .  637
5
6
117.92
7.89
125.81
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
36.4 9
3.82
Kadermacher,   H.   L.   .
 526
682
11
74.19
5.70
79.89
McKimm,  W.  C	
..   637
5
11
167.56
10.37
177.93
Gold, Airs.  Frnma   	
.   638
12
8
36.49
3.82
Kadermacher,   H.   L.   .
 526
682
12
92.73
6.63
99.36
McKimm, VV. C	
..   637
5
12
167.56
10.37
177.93
Gold. Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
7
36.49
3.82
40131
4 0.31
Chaytor,   II	
. . .   526
682
17
44.50
4.22
48.72
Ryan, B. .1	
. .   637
5
29
39.07
3.95
43.02
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
8
36.49
3.82
Chaytor,   H	
. . .   526
682
18
44.50
4.22
48.72
Piquet, A	
. .   637
g
46
39.07
3.95
43.02
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
9
36.49
3.82
���10.31
Fiddler,   .1	
...   526
682
21
80.62
6.03
86.65
Piquet,  Blondo   	
. .   637
5
47
39.(17
3.95
43.02
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   688
12
10
36.49
3.82
40,81
Nieholl, A. H	
...   526
683
1
94.90
6.74
101.64
Zagraerowskl, A	
. .   637
5
53
27.81
3.3!)
31.20
Gold, Airs. Emma  	
.   638
12
1 1
36.49
3.82
4031
Nicholl, A. II	
...   526
683
2
99.18
6.95
106.13
Zagaerowski, A	
.   637
trj
54
27.81
3.39
31.20
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
12
36.49
3.82
|0.31
40.31
40.31
Gunn, K. M	
...   526
683
24
57.35
4.86
62.21
Croucher, Mrs. c. A.  ...
. .   637  6&lot 5C
f 7-8
24
25.94
3.29
29.23,
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
13
36.49
,'l! 8 2
Frederickson, A	
...   626
684
8
74.19
5.70
79.89
Willie, F. O	
. .   637
7-8
1-2
D
27.81
3.89
31.20
Gold, Atrs. Emma	
.   638
12
14
36.49
8.82
Mason, S. B	
...   526
684
16
80.62
6.03
86.65
Todd <t Hudson	
. .   637
9
6
25.94
3.29
29.23
Gold, Airs. Emma	
.   638
12
16
41.70
4.08
46.78
113.64
113 64
Toltc,  E	
...   628
1
10
68.61
5.43
74.04
Polter,  S	
. .   637
10
4
25.91
3.29
29.23
Hicks,   A	
.   639
EVj
*2
106.3.3
7.31
Tolle.,  E ���	
...   628
1
11
65.62
4.78
60.40
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
1
41.70
4.08
���15.78
-Miller, Airs. ,1. D	
.   639
F.hi
ii
g
106.33
7!,31
Tolle.   E	
...   628
1
12
55.63
4.78
60.11
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
36.-19
3.82
40,31
Alliler,  Mrs. ,1.  D	
.   639
EVi
3
0
106.83
7.31
3.57
4.69
3.20
118,64
35.08
58.60
.27.28
27.28
27.28
29.23
45.18
45.18
113.04
113.64
141.50
90.71
65.07
76.36
07.33
41.65
76.35
30.21
lirltish Pacific Trust Co...  (12S
1 2
5-26D
33.38
3.66
37.04
Gold, Mrs. Emma  	
. .   638
3
36.49
3.82
40.31
Bates, U. H	
.   639
E>i
3
19
31.51
Colier,   T	
...   628
2
'li
250.74
14.53
265.27
Gold, .Mrs.  Emma   	
. .   638
4
36.49
3.82
40.31
Burton, .1. C	
.   639
EVj
12
53.91
Hanna,   J.   J	
...   628     ,
2   10-12
EVi
64.3.99
34.19
678.18
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
r,
36.49
3.82
40.31
Clin Minor,  Airs,  L	
.   639
Khi
6
24.08
.Johnston,  Mrs.  W. H.
.,.   628
2   10-12
Whi
558.53
29.92
688.45
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
..   638
i;
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Lambert, R. M	
.   639
E".
6
10
24.08
18 20
Secord,   A    	
...   628
2
14
235.78
13.78
249.56
'told, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
7
36.49
3.82
40.31
Lambert, R. Ai	
.   639
E </i
6
11
24.08
3.20
3.29
4.05
4.05
7.31
Secord,    A    	
...   628
2
15
235.78
13.78
219.56
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
8
36.411
3.82
40.31
Johnston, A	
.   639-40
B
4
25.94
Moore,  tamo & Secord
...   628
2
10
235.78
13.78
240.60
Gold, Mm. Emma  	
. .   638
���h!
36.49
3.82
40.31
Tanjero   Tlasbiniolr	
.   639-40
C
4
41.13
Moore,  Luno & Secord
...   638
2
17
285.81
16.29
302.10
1 fold, Mrs, Emma 	
. .   638
36.49
3.82
40.31
Tanjero   Hashimoto   	
.   639-40
C
r,
41.13
Chin  Chow  &  Cini  Yow.,   028
3
1-2A
37.09
3.85
40.91
1 lold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
11
36.49
3.82
40.31
Basenta  	
.   639-40
C
18
106.33
hinii;,   Wo	
. . .   628
3
10
285.81
16.29
302.10
Gold, Mi's. Emma 	
. .   638
12
41.70
4.08-
4 6.78
.Murray, K	
.   639-40
C
15
106.33
7.31
Horn,",   Wo	
...   628
3
11
235.78
13.78
219.56
ilold, Mrs. Emma  	
. .   638
1
41.70
4.08
45.78
Murray, K	
.   639-40
c
16
132.86
8.64
Hong,   Wo	
...   628
3
12
235.78
13.78
249.56
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
30.49
3.82
40.31
MilIIInn 11,   Of.   	
.   639-40
C
17
84.49
6.22
Hang;,   Wo	
...   628
3
13
330.60
18.53
840.18
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
36.49
3.82
40.31
.Mulligan,  (1	
.   039-40
0
18
60,07
5.00
Webber,   (!	
...   628
3
19
99.87
6.99
106.86 y
1 lold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
4
36.49
3.82
40.31.
Mather * Noble  	
639-40
D
1
70.82
5.54
5.11
Sullivan,  1'. J	
...   628
3
24
99.88
6.94
106.87
Tremble.  11. S	
. .   688
2
5
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Mather & Noble 	
639-40
D
62.22
Walker,   H.   N	
...   628
���1
IS
88.02
6.43
95.05
ilold. Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
6
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Hayes, Airs. C. S.   .	
.   639-40
D
il
37.77
3.88
Acorrr,   D.   A	
...   628
4
5-26D
40.80
4.04
41.84
(.'old, Mrs. Emma 	
..   638
2
7
86.40
3.82
40.31
Hayes, Airs. C. S	
639-40
D
12
70.81
5.54
McHrlde,  11	
..%   629
1
19
84.28
6.21
90.44
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
8
37.24
3.80
41.10
Armstrong, W. A	
.   639-40
D
19
26.87
3.34
Maloney, T	
. . .   62(1
2
14
335.11
18.75
353.86
'.lold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
9-12
A
126.98
8.34
135.32
Waldon,   1	
.   639-40
F
9
122.86
8.64
1 41.50
Millar, .1. D	
...   629
2
15
235.78
13.78
249.56
89.18
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
9-12
1!
126.98
8.34
135.32
Harvey,   Airs.   J   	
.   639-40
F
24
36.47
3.82
40.29
Horel, (1. A	
...   6211
3
1-2
S41
83.03
'   6.15
Gold, All's. Emma  	
. .   638
2
9-12
C
126.98
8.34
135.32
Woods,  F	
.   639-40
G
3
86.85
6.34
93.19
Hamilton,   W.  .1	
. . .   629
3
16
235.78
13.78
219.56
64.56
Gold, Mrs. Emma  	
. .   638
2
9-12
D
126.98
8.34
135.32
Boucher, V. D	
.   639-40
J
6
26.87
3.34
30.21
McDonald. S. L	
. . .   629
3
25-26A
50.06
���1.50
f lold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
2
9-12
E
203.10
12.15
215.25
Errington,   F	
639-40
���T
17
26.87
3.34
30^21
Falletto, M	
. . .   630
1
NV,'
1
,69.31
4.96
64 30
Gold.  Mrs.  Emma	
. .   638
3
1
41.70
4.08
45.78
Murray,  K	
.   639-40
M
4
71.44
77.01
Patterson,   G.  O	
. . .   030
1
n4
8
60.06
4.50
64.56
54.57
86.80
60.12
79.89
64.30
116,36
106.22
94.79
10.01
.    70.39
70.40
' 94.47
40.94
429.48
58.45
40.94
302.10
50.66
56.52
56.52
133.63
60.42
���14.82
44.83
44.82
70.11
50.68
60.41
44.82
79.17
236.52
189.55
189.55
180.66
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
2
36.49
3.82
4 0.31
Murray,  K	
.   639-40
M
r,
97.31
6.86
104.17
Greenliowe, T,  .......
...   630
1
NVj
9
50.67
4.50
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
3
36.49
3.82
40.31
Bucholz, C. A	
.   6 10
EVi
'i
20
���IS.67
���1.43
53.10
Cassellman,  Mrs,  M.   .
. . .   630
1
SVj
1
80.77
6.63
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
4
36.49
3.82
40.31
Bucholz, C. A	
.   640
EVj
l
21.08
3.20
27.28
Cassellman,  Mrs. M.   .
...   630
1
SVj
2
55.64
4.78
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
5
36.49
3.82
40.31
FClkno, Ho	
.   640
EVj
i
35
52.88
4.61
57.52
Cassellman,   Mrs.  M.   .
. ..   630
1
SVi
3
74.19
5.70
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
6
36.49
3.82
40.31
Seymour, A. H	
.   640
EVj
2A1
2
24.08
3.20
27.28
Ward,  W.   A	
...   630
1
SVi
7
69.34
4.96
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
7
36.49
3.82
40.31
Richardson, Airs. W. V. .
.   640
EH
A2
24.08
3.20
27.28
Cann.   R	
. ..   630
2
rj
108.92
7.44
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
8
36.49
3.82
40.81
Scott,  c	
.   640
EVi
A2
6
24.08
3.20
27.28
Hoilihan,   W	
...   630
3
i
99.26
6.96
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
9
36.49
3.82
40.31
King, A	
.   640
EVj
A3
2
33.37
3.66
37.03
151.50
107.93
Itollihan,   "W	
...   630
3
88.39
6.40
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
10
36.49
3.82
40.31
Baptist Church  	
.   640
4-5
A3
1
1 12.44
912'
Croll, C.  1.1	
...   630
3
W5-5
7.63
2.38
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
11
36.49
3.82
40.31
Weeks,   E.   E	
.   642
4-5
A3
6
100.89
7.04
G leeson,   T.   J.   	
...   630
3
, ,
5-1111
65.14
5.25
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
12
41.70
4.08
45.78
Weeks,  E.  E	
.   642
4-6
A3
7
126.11
8.30
3.84
134.41
40.77
121.04
51.56
49.61
29.72
2 9.73
49.61
165.55
113.44
157.79
39.00
35.07
Jackson,   Mrs.   A	
. ..   630
3
i-llF
65.15
5.25
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
..   638
3
13
41.70
���1.08
45.78
Bramwell,   T.	
.   642
9-10
A3
9
30.93
(ling-,   Shirr   Wo	
...   630
3
Pt.18, 19
88.07
6.40
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
14
36.49
8.82
40.31
Burge,   Airs.   E.  Ar	
.   642 11
���12,19
20
7
113.88
7.66
McCulIough,   VV	
...   630
4
"l
-2S33
37.09
3.85
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
..   638
3
15
36.49
3.82
40.31
Olson, Cornelius   	
. .   643
B
B
2
47.20
4.36
4.26
3.32
3.32
4.26
9.78
7.30
9.41
3.76
3.57
4.24
3.76
3.57
3.57
3.57
Hunter,   W.  .1	
...   630
4
13
407.13
22.35
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
3
16
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Olson,  Cornelius   	
..   643
B
B
3
45.35
Moody, Mrs. B, E	
...   630
4
21'
53.77
468
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
17
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
Olson, Slgonrt   	
..   643
B
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3
26.40
Mather   &   Noble   	
...   630
4 S%ofN.Dt.24-2.
37.09
3]85
16 29
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
18
36.49
3.82
40.31
Shrlmpton, A. S	
..   643
B
Npt.
12
26.41
Hanna, W.  J	
...   630
rj
SV412-14B
285.81
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
19
36.49
3.82
40.31
Belllngham,  H	
. .   643
C
12
45.35
Johnson,  F.  F	
...   630
6
N'/jl
NVi
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46.35
4;si
4.59
Gold, Airs. Emma	
. .   638
3
20
36.49
3.82
40.31
Kerr,   J.   A	
. .   643
D
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1 55.77
Hopper,  Mrs.  M	
. . .   630
6
6
51.93
Gold, Mrs. Emnia	
. .   638
3
21
36.49
3.82
40.31
Dlliipa,   et al   	
. .   643
D
4
106.11
Johnson, J.  A	
...   630
6
NVi
7
51.93
4.59
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
3
22
36.49
3.82
40.31
Gibson,   Aloses    1.
. .   643
F
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148.38
Shirley,   Mrs	
Casselman, C. L	
...   630
.631-2  1-9
6
12-14
SVj
19
1
125.36
55.64
40.79
���10.80
8.27
4.78
4.03
4.03
4.03
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
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. .   638
. .   638
3
3
23
24
36.49
41.70
3.82
4.08
40.31
45.78
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Hall,  E	
. .   643
. .   643
G
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35.24
31.50
44.88
35 24
Casselman, C. L	
.631-2  1-1!
.631-2  1-9
12-14
12-14
1
1
2
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. ,   638
. .   638
4
4
1
2
41.70
36.49
4.08
3.82
45.78
40.31
IT
14
1
Casselman, C. L	
Severance,  J.   W.   .......
. .   643
19.12
39.00
35.07
36.07
35:07
29.72
40.77
29.73
29.72
29.73
29.72
33.63
Casselman, C. L. ......
Fleming,  s	
.631-2  1-9
.631-2   1-11
12-14
12-11
1
1
4
15
40.79
65.16
46.37
55.63
40.79
73.50
223.36
178.62
178.62
178.62
94.33
42,06
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Gobi, .Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
. .   638
4
4
3
4
36.49
36.49
3.82
3.82
40.31
40.31
Severance, J. W	
Severance,  J.   W	
. .   643
... 643
H
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81,60
31.50
31.50
26.40
36.93
20.41
26.40
26.40
26.40
30.13
42.17
36.94
86.93
80,04
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.631-2  1-9
12-11
1
17
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. 4.78
4.03
5.67
13.16
10.93
10.93
10.93
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. .   638
4
5
36.49
3.82
40.31
Severance. J. W	
/,   643
11
4
Hopkins, 'I	
.631-2   1-0
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18
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4
6
36.49
3.82
���10.31
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. .   64 3
11
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126.98
126.98
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8.34
8.34
8.34
8.34
40.31
41.10
215.26
136.32
135.32
135.32
135.32
Downey, C.  1	
Downey,  C.   I	
Downey. C,  1	
Downey,  C.  1	
Severn nee, J. W	
Severance, J. W.	
McDonald, J	
.   64 3
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.   613
.   6 13
.   643
.   613
,   044
11
H
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It
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8
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12
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3.84
3.82
3.32
3.32
3.32
3.50
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31-2   15-20
31-2   15-20
I
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4.13
101.05
46.78
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Gobi, Mrs.   Emma	
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. .   638
.   638
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4
1
4
9-16
9-16
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11
126.98
126.98
126.98
8.34
8.34
8.34
136.32
135.32
135.32
McDonald, .1	
McDonald, .1	
McDonald, 3	
.   64 1
.   64 1
6 11
1
1
3
4
4.10
3.84
3.84
46.27
40.78
40.77
ky    i
31-2   15-20
23-28
n
21
	
4.13
'lold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
4
9-16
I
126.98
8.34
136.32
McDonald, .1	
.   6 14
j
3.84
40.78
Goldbloom A Kraeovs-
42.64
46.77
Gobi, Mrs. Bmma	
. .   638
4
0-16
.1
2113,10
12.15
216.25
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.   64 1
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12.17
39.08
36.93
30.94
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46.27
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si-a 1.-.-20
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fill, (hi
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1.30
���1.13
54.60
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(loir,, Mrs. Ilinin.'i  	
1 lold, Mrs. Bmma 	
, .   638
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17
18
37.21
36.49
3.86
3.82
41.10
40.31
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McDonald, J	
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1
8
3.95
3.84
3.84
3.95   .
3.84
3.84
3.95
4.10
3.84
3.84
3.84
4.10
3.84
3.56
3.56
3.66
3.56
j   3.62
'   3.84
4.10
11.80
9.70
3.84
3.32
3.4-3
3.29
43.03
4077
40.78
43.03
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4 3.03
46.27
40.77
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40.77
46.27
40.78
34,84
34.84
34.84
3f.84
36.18
���10.77
46.27
209.21
103.71
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31-2  16-20
31-2  16-20
28-28
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30./7
22.89
3,63
3.11
3 1,80
26.50
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Gold, Mrs.   Emma   	
. .   088
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19
20
36.19
36.19
3.82
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40.31
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McDonald, .1	
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1
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80,08
86.93
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Murray,   K	
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55.113
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257.07
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00.41
48.72
236.52
50.68
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21
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36.49
30.49
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.   044
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12
13
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39.08
42,17
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..   631-2
..   631-2
..   631-2
..   6.11-2
20-56
211-50
29-50
6
18
14.50
16.37
116.63
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13.10
21,33
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. .   638
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. .   638
4
24
1
3
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36.4 9
36.49
4.08
4.08
3.82
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45.78
4 6.78
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McDonald, J	
AlcDonald, .1. , .   .
McDonald, .1	
.   641
.   644
,   644
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1
1
1
1
15
16
17
18
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36.94
36.93
42.17
Armstrong, .). 1'	
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19-50
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12.84
1.1 3
'lold, Mrs. Emma ......
'.'.   6 38
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3.82
40.31
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.   644
1
19
36.04
31.28
���    31.28
31.28
31.28
32.56
36.93
42.17
197.35
154.01
36.92
26.41
28.64
86.04
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J9 50
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42 05
���1 13
���16.'7S
268.60
122.18
161.19
180.64
245.86
189.55
24 9.56
24 9.56
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. .    638
r
7
36.4 9
3.82
40.31
McDonald, .1	
.   64 1
1
20
McMoekin, .John w.   .
Lie.     Gar     	
Kreager, .1	
Mitchell, W. J	
Walden, I	
Wa4den,  1	
Murray,   K	
Murray,   K	
Webber, G. 11	
. .  1131-2
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.'.   631-2
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253.87
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178.61
178.82
235.78
286,78
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22.00
9.58
10.93
13.61
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13.78
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3.11
5.2 1
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5
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8
9
10
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12
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7
36.49
36.49
36.49
36.49
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41.70
36.49
36.49
36.4 9
3.82
3.82
3.82
3.82
4.08
4.08
3.82
3.82
3.82
40.31
40.31
40.31
40.31
45.78
45.78
4 0.31
40.31
40.31
McDonald, .1	
AlcDonald, .1	
McDonald, .1	
MoDonald, J. ..<.	
MoDonald, .1	
AlcDonald, J	
sunders, Airs, P	
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Kwonrr,  Yenno   	
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23
21
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1
6
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. 64.92
70."l6
37.03
37.03
37.03
28.28
126.62
60.41
57.16
61.02
���12.89
���12.87
42.88
���18.48
3.1.(;!l
78.lie
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. .   638
6
8
36.49
3.82
40.31
Coleman, H	
.   644
2
2
40.76
Davis, c	
..   631-2
", 1 56
8
3.'66
3.66
3.66
3.25
Gold, Mrs. Emma ,	
1 lold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
6
9-12
A
203.10
12.15
215.25
MaeKenzle, W. D	
.   644
4
14-16
A
29.73
Bfsakha,  S	
. .   112 1 -2
"il-.*iil
30
:;:;!:;;
. .   638
6
9-12
B
126.98
8.34
135.32
Bennett, J. A	
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I
17
32.07
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..   631-2
- i   ;,i;
1*2
33.37
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. .   638
6
9-12
C
126.98
8.34
185.32
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.   641
r,
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29.23
Trythall & McQueen .
.. ii;, i -2
54-56
13
25.03
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
6
9-12
D
126.98
8.34
135.32
Baboo, Singh  	
.   641
5
100.19
119.81
29.66
22.23
25.94
26.94
25.91
22.67
22.23
24.08
250.07
22.23
8.28
133.91
Allan, .1	
..   631-2
57
118.69
'lold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
6
9-12
E
126.98
8.34
135.32
McKIm, W. C	
.   641
5
6
7.00
0.40
3.48
3.11
107.19
Wakelln, A. w	
..   631-2
58
i
55.63
4'78
4.62
1 lold. Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
7
1
167.59
10.37
177.96
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.   644
��� 111
159.33
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..   631-2
62-111
13
52.54
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   628
7
2
167.59
10.37
177.96
Digna, Singh 	
.   644
5
20
21
33.14
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..   631-2
62-64
14
56.21
4]<S1
3.94
���3.94
3.94
���   4.21
3.57
5.64
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
7
5
37.24
3.86
41.10
Fosberg & Hanson	
.   644
5
25.34
Pollork,  R	
..   631-2
Ept.
4
38.95
Gold, .Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
7
6
38.33
3.91
42.24
Fosbcrg & Hansen	
.   644
5
3.29
29.23
Pol lock,  R	
..   631-2
Ept,
38.93
Gold. Mrs. Emma 	
. .   638
7
7
38.33
3.91
42.24
Fosberg ,���:��� Hansen
. .   644
g
22
3.29
29.23
Pollock, R	
..   631-2
Ept.
6
38.94
Gold. Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
7
8
38.33
3.91
42.24
Jolly, F. VV* '
.   644
6
361'-
3.29
3.13
3.11
29,23
Goodwin,  J	
McLennan,  n	
..   631-2
Ept
Ept.
/        9
U
41.27
31.52
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
'lold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
. .   638
7
7
9
10
38.33
38.33
.     3.91
3.91
42.24
42.24
Roach,   S	
Roach,  S	
..   644
. .   644
0A
6A
Spt.
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Spt.
Spt.
" l . ,J
8
n
25,80
25.34
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..   (131-2
K|)t.
13
72.96
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
. .   638
7
11
38.33
3.91
42.24
Roach,   S	
. .   644
6A
1.0
] 7
3.20
14.50
3.11
27.28
Creasor, Mrs, S	
..   631-2
Ept.
16WVj
23
16 68
2'. S3
3.36
4.76
4.76
3.85
3.85
16.24
16.21
4.22
4.22
3.85
3.85
3.94
4.13
4.13
4.37
14.24
3.66
3.66
4.61
5.02
3.85
3.85
16.51
4.60
12.71
10.73
Gold. Mrs. Emma  	
. .   638
7
12
38.33
3.91
42.24
Arnold, C. S	
..   644
6A
264.67
AIcNivcn,  Miss M.   ...
..   631-2
Ept,
27.35
55 24
19.51
30.71
60.00
60.00
40.94
40.94
301.10
301.10
48.72
���18.72
40.94
40.91
42.88
46.77
46.78
51.93
258.76
37.64
37.01
56.9r>
65.16
40.94
40.94
306.90
56.74
227.06
185.41
'lold. Mrs. Emma	
. . .   63'8
7
14
38.33
3.91
42.24
Stone,, G. w	
.   645
1
2
25.34
McKenzle,   It	
..   631-2
Ept.
24
Gold, Airs. Emma	
. .   638
7
11T
42.79
4.13
46.92
Stone, G. W	
.   645
" t
2 1.5 1
3.22
27.76
McKenzle,   R	
Warner,   E	
..   631-2
..   631-2
Ent.
Whi
5-0
25
8
!,ii. 2 4
37.09
Gold. Mrs. Emnia 	
' lold, .Airs.  Emma	
...   638
...   633
8
8
1
2
41.70
38.31
4.08
3.91
45.78
42.22
Spencer, Airs. N.  E. & W.
Spencer, Airs. N. E. & W.
..   645
..   645
19
20
24
25
36
37
46
11
18
26
27
28
27.81
116.11
74.19
74.19
74.19
27.81
27.81
3.39
7.S0
31.20
123.91
Warner,  E.	
Crocker, Mrs. E. & A.
Crocker, Mrs. E. & A.
..   631-2
    632
wij
W'i
5-6
8
9
13
37.09
28 1.86
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
Gold, Airs! Emma 	
...   63S
...   638
8
8
3
4
38.31
38.31
3.91
3.91
42.22
42.22
Duncan, A. J	
Duncan, A. J	
.   6 15
..   645
g
5.70
5.70
79.89
79.S9
    632
Wli.
8
15
284.86
'lold. Airs. Emma 	
...   638
8
5
38.31
3.91
42.22
Mcintosh, D	
. .   615
2
2
5.70
79.89
McCool, H, P	
    632   -
W'A,
9
12
44.60
Gold, Airs. Emma	
...   638
8
6
38.31
3.91
42^22
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. .   645
3.39
3'.2(l
Cook, R. H	
    632
W Vj
9
;4
44.50
Gold, Airs. Emma	
...   638
8
7
36.49
3.82
40.31
Little.  II.  W	
..   645
3.39
31.20
Rudland, A. C	
    632
WW
10
7
37.09
Gold. Mrs. Emma 	
...   638
8
8
36.49
. 3.82
40.31
Hurtley.   (1	
. .   0 15
3
3
3
3
|  3
81.61
���   27.81
41.70
3.57
35.08
McKenzle, M	
    6.12
Whi
10
9
37.09
Gold, Airs.  Emma   	
...   638
8
9
36.49
3.82
40.31
AVholplon. C, Al	
. ,   645
3.39
31.20
Ross, II. S. T	
    633  1
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6
38.94
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...   638
&
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36.49
3.82
40.31"
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��� .   645
4.08
45.78
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    633  1
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23
42J14
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...   638
8
12
36.49
3.82
40.31
Balrd, J.  H	
��� .   645
74.19
74.19
114.98
27.SI
5.70
79.89
Peach,   E	
Peach,  E	
    633  1
    633 1
-2  3-1
-2  3-8
29
30
42.65
���17.56
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Gold,  Mrs.  Emma   	
Gold. Airs. Emma 	
...   638
...   638
8
8
13
14
36.49
36.49
3.82
3.82
40.31
40.31
Balrd,  J.  H	
Dumaresq,  F. J	
..   645
. .   646
6.70
7.74
79.89
122.72
Pong   Chin   King   ...
    633  1
-2  3-f
35
244.52
...   638
8
15
41.70
4.08
45.78
Camberworth, A	
..  64 r.
,(
A
3.39
31.20
Rose, M. & Miller  ...
    633 1
-2  3-f
39
33.38
Gold, Airs. Emma	
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
...   638
9
1-8
B
126.98
8.34
135.32
Clarke, E	
. .   645
4
4
4
1
1
1
2
f
1 1
24.54
3.33
27.76
Rose, M. * Miller  ...
    633  1
-2  3-*     ..
40
33.38
...   638
9
1-8
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126.9S
8.34
135.32
WatKlns. Mrs. E. J	
. .   <*4 5
15.7 ���{
4.28
50.02
While, C.   II	
    633
-2  3-'
47
4 8
52.34
Gold, Mrs. Emma 	
...   638
9
1-8
D
126.98
8.34
135.32
Rosebeck, Airs. R	
. .   645
an
2 1.51
3.22
27.76
While, C. H	
    633
-2  3-f
60.44
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...   638
9
1-8
E
126.98
8.34
135.32
Armstrong, J. R. G.  ....
. .   646
"4
18
31
31
32
37
38
41
21.5 4
3.22
27.76
McDliff.   M	
    633 1
-2  I*,'
57
37.09
Gold, Airs. Emma.	
Gold, Airs. Emma	
...   638
9
1-8
F
126.98
8.34
135.32
Nnnd.  Singh   	
. .   646
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6.89
104.81
Crocker,   G	
    633  1
-2  3-'
63
37 09
...   638
9
1-8
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126.98
8.34
135.32
Hudson, H. & C. E	
. .   646
3*1, OS
3.95
43.03
Prowso, W. J	
Burg-e, B	
    633
    633
6
3
10
290.39
52 It
Gold. Airs. Emma  	
Gold, Airs. Emma 	
Gold, Mrs. Emma	
Gold. Mrs. Emma  	
Geld, Mrs. Emma 	
...   638
...   633
9
9
1-8
1-8
H
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126.98
126.98
8.34
8,34
135.32
135.32
McKlnlay, N	
Smythe, E	
. .   646
. .   646
27.81
39.08
3.39
3.95
31.20
43.03
Owens, P	
Owens, P	
 633
    633
10
10
1
3
214.35
174.68
...   638
...   638
...   638
9
9
9
1-8
,T
9
10
203.10
37.24
38.33
12.15
3.86
3.91
215.25
41.10
42.24
Carlyle, M. E	
Carlyle, it. E	
Overton, H. J	
. .   646
..   646
..   646
2
3
27.81
51.73
48.10
50.64
3.39
4.58
4.40
4.82
31.20
56.31
52.50
61.36 SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
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27.76
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    646
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4.40
52.55
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    667
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29.01
3.4 5
32.34
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    646
4
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41.66
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10.54
Millar, J.  D	
    647
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135.08
8.25
183.33
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5
33
29.36
3,46
32.82
McBride, 1:	
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6.47
1. 17
3.32
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2
4
25.95
3.29
29.24
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    647
2
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25.95
3.29
29.24
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    667
6
28
20.38
3.01
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A
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Mizuhara,  T	
    647
2
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28.95
3.44
32.39
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    712
1
1
29.66
2.48
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McBride, P.	
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A
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11.11
Tuklchl.   K	
    617
2
12
67.12
5.35
72.47
Oliver,   E.  J	
    712
1
2
20.83
8.04
2 3.87
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A
3
9
8.32
-.41
Barnett, W. J	
    647
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23
25.95
3.29
29.24
Iilyyth, A. S	
    712
1
6
20.83
3.04
23.87
McBride, It	
SE pt. 323
A
3
10
8.33
2.41
2.46
Gardiner, W. J	
    647
3
28
33.37
3.66
37.03
trfagee,  W	
    712
1
7
33.03
3.65
36.68
McBride, it	
SE pt. 323
A
3
11
Baboo,   Singli   	
    647
4
13
100.19
7.00
107.19
Butterworth, it. A.
    712
1
10
33.03
3.65
86.68
Meliride.  P.	
SIO pi. 323
A
3
1 2
10.54
Murray,   K	
    647
1
17
100.19
7.00
107.19
Butterworth, It. A.
    712
1
11
33.03
3.65
36.68
McBride, It	
SIO pt. 323
A
1 3
11.12
Murray,   K	
    647
1
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109.00
7.45
116.45
Ilodetcl.    F	
    712
1
13
68.88
4.99
64.82
Meliride,   R	
SIO pi. 823
A
4
1
10.17
2^60
2.50
Oardner, Mrs. E	
    647
4
25
61.14
5.05
86.18
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    712
1
15
58.88
4.99
64.82
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.   SE pt. 323
A
4
10.16
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    647
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27
25.95
3.29
29.24
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    712
1
16
69.88
4.99
64.82
Meliride,   R	
.   SIO pi. 323
A
4
3
10.17
1150
Kelly. Mrs. T. A	
    647
4
28
29.66
3.48
3 3.14
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    712
1
17
77.36
.",.86
83.22
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.   SE pt. 323
A
4
4
10.17
2.50
Ellgh,   W	
    647
7
10
26.40
3.32
29.72
Egrin,   G	
    712
1
21
.',9.83
4.99
64.82
McBrldi. It	
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A
4
10.17
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    647
7
11
26.40
3.32
29.72
Hawkins, J. H	
    712
1
26
20.83
3.04
23.87
McBride, R	
.   SE p(. 323
A
4
6
10.17
2.50
Lyons,  C	
Wilding,   B	
    047
8
14
213.03
12.65
225.68
Hawkins, J. H	
    712
1
26
20.83
3.04
23.87
..leBride, p.	
.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
10.16
2,50
...659-60
1
12
68.62
5.43
74.05
Atkinson,   J	
    712
1
27
20.83
3.04
23.87
Meliride. R	
.   SIO pi. 323
A
1
8
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2.50
1
8
27.81
3.39
31.20
I.eGrand,   W	
    712
1
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20.83
3.04
23.87
Meliride. R	
.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
9
1 0.1 6
2.50
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. . .659-60
2
1NW
74.19
5.70
79.89
Graham, 1. T	
    712
2
1
37.35
3.86
41.21
Meliride, R	
.   SE pt. 323
A
4
10
16.69
2.s;j
O'Brien, C.  L	
...659-60
2
13
116.38
7.81
124.19
Graham, I. T	
    712
2
2
35.72
3.78
39.50
McBride, It	
.   SE pt. 323
A
1
11
16.67
2.8lt
Cllne, H. 	
...659-60
2
20
61.19
5.05
66.24
Stahl. C	
    712
2
2
33.03
3.65
36.68
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.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
12
11.12
Jones, D. F	
...669-60
2
23
184.40
11.22
195.02
Htnhl. C	
    712
2
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33.03
3.63
36.68
McBride,   R	
.   SEpl. 323
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4
13
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.. .659-60
2
28
168.29
10.41
178.70
Sttahl,   C	
    712
2
6
33.03
3.6.-,
36.68
McBride,   R	
.   SIO pi. 323
A
I
14
11.13
"' r '-'
Gamble, Dr. J. D	
...659-60
2
35
100.88
7.04
107.92
Stahl, c	
    712
2
1;
33.03
3.65
36.68
Meliride, It	
.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
15
11.13
2'fir
Haddock, Mrs. J	
...659-60
2
11 to44
4
80.10
6.00
86.00
Stahl,  C	
    712
2
7
33.03
3.65
36.68
McBride,  R	
.   SE pt. 323
A
4
16
11.12
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Alexander,  H	
...669-60
41 to 44
7
38.93
3.94
4 2.87
Stahl, C	
    712
2
8
33.03
3.66
36.68
McBride,  R	
.   SIO pt 323
A
4
17
11.12
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8
35.23
3.76
38.99
Bolnn,   R	
    712
2
9
33.03
3.65
36.68
Meliride,   R	
.   SE pt. 323
A
4
18     ���
11.12
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Alexander, H. & R, ...
...659-60
41 to 44
9
35.23
3.76
38.99
Butterworth,  R.  A.
    712
2
10
33.03
3.65
36.68
McBride,  R	
.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
19
11.12
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Alexander, H. & R. ...
...659-00
2
11 to 44
10
36.23
8.76
38.99
Forbert.   Mrs.   H.   J
    712
2
1 1
35.72
3.78
39.60
Meliride,  R	
.   SIO pt. 323
A
4
20
11.12
2*6 fi
Hall. S	
...659-60
3
4
B
22.25
3.11
20.36
Byrnell, T. A	
    712
2
22
56.49
4.82
01.31
Grove,  D.  E	
. .   323&1-2 of 311
28
60.1 6
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1.71
ti5.17.
3X03
44..2V
Catt, H	
...659-60
3
4
C
22 25
3.11
25.36
Bymell, T. A	
    712
2
23
05.08
5.25
70.38
McCallum, A. G.   ..
. .   323&1-2 of
111
29
54.29
Gardner, J. L	
...669-60
3
A
18.53
2.92
21.45
l'avle,    H	
    712
2
27
59.83
���1.99
61.82
Kirk land,  L	
. .   323&1-2 of 311
31
29.5 7
'.'.AH
Oardner, J. L	
...659-60
3
B
16.53
2.92
21.45
Davie.   H	
    712
2
28
59.83
4.99
04.82
Perry, Mrs	
. .   323&l-2 0f
111
37
40.20
4.01
Gardner, J. L	
...659-60
3
c
18.53
2.92
21.45
Nlcholns,   P.	
    712
2
29
.".9.8 3
4.99
64.82
Lyon, Mrs. F. V.  .
..   323&l-2of
ill       40-47
14.67
2.71
17.40
17.40
Gardner, J. L	
...659-60
3
D
18.53
2.92
21.45
Nicholas,   R	
    712
2
30
69.83
4.99
64.82
Lyon, Mrs. F. V.  .
..   323&1-2of311       40-47
23
11.67
Kukushl, K	
    661
1
15
42.00
4.10
46.10
Champion, P. R. ...
    712
2
33
20.83
3.04
23.87
Lyon, Mrs. F. V,  .
..   323&l-2of311
0-17
2 4
14.67
2.7.'I
17.4U
20-.fffr
51.3*
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2" _'-'
Kimataro,  M	
    661
1
21
31.52
3.57
35.09
Furlong. C. J. et al
    712
2
27
59.83
4.99
64.82
Lyon, Mrs.  F. V.  .
..   323&l-2of
(11       40-47
25
17.62
2.8X
Hiss, It. C	
    661
1
22
56.37
4.81
61.18
McCormlck, Mrs. c.
M.   ...  712
2
38
47.91
4.39
52.30
Herman Singh   ,. .
..   323&l-2of
ill
48
17.01
4.35
1
23
71.86
5.59
77.45
McCormlck, Mrs. C.
M.   ...  712
2
39
65.08
5.25
70.33
Herman Singh   .. .
. .   323&l-2of 311
49
41.07
4.20
Arenburgh, Mrs. B. M
    661
1
28
24.54
8.22
27.76
Henderson.  W	
   712
3
9
20.83
3.04
23.87
Arbuihnoi.  M.   It..
. .   323&1-2 of
(11
54
24.97
3.24
Klllan,   F.   W	
    661
1
30
24.54
3.22
27.76
Caldwell, J. A	
   712
3
10
59.83
4.99
04.82
Nelson,   Mrs.   A.   B.
. .   323&1-2 of
ill
58
22.01
-'{.10
'itu 1 b
Klllan, F. W	
    661
1
32
24.54
3.22
27.76
Caldwell,  J.  A	
    712
3
11
59.83
4.99
04.82
Lewis,   P..  ii	
..   323&1-2 of
(11
112
29.66
3.48
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Killan,  F.   W	
    661
1
34
24.54
3.22
27.76
Paterson, Mrs. F.  . .
    712
3
16
27.01
3.35
30.30
Lewis, P.. B	
..   823&l-2of
(11
113
29.66
3.48
33. ir
Tomisaduro, N	
 661
2
3
29.66
3.48
33.14
Bolam, R	
   712
3
18
44.78
4.23
4 9.01
Lewis,   It, B	
..  823&l-2of
111
111
29.(10
3,4 S
:t '4.11
Makal,   M	
    661
2
10
29.66
3.48
33.14
Ilnlam, R	
    712
3
19
38.90
3.94
42.84
Cornish   &   Cooper
. .   323&1-2 ol'
111
162
33.26
3 . l! t;
36. ��2
72 4fc
84.1*
Keizo,  K	
    661
3
1
57.11
4.85
61.36
McCormlck, Mrs. W
H.  ...  712
3
24
56.49
4.82
61.31
Bela   Singh   	
. .  323&1-2 of
ill
196
67.11
5.3C
Kelzo,   K	
    661
8
2
47 02
4.35
51.37
.McCormlck, Mrs. W
H.  ...   712
3
25
64.37
5.21
09.58
Bela   Singh   	
. .   323&1-2 of
ill
197
78.23
5.91
Sharlichl, F. 8	
    661
3
17
32.61
3.62
36.13
Sheriff, T	
   712
3
36
35.26
3.76
39.02
Poflle.   W	
. .   323&1-2 of
ill
EW
213
36.80
3.84
40.64"
Watt,  W	
    661
3
20
32.51
3.62
36.13
Newell, D.  K	
   712
4
1
41.53
4.07
45.60
Sinclair &  Pottinger.   323&1-2 of
111
WW
239
18.50
2.92
21.4U
Blane, W. A	
    661
3
21
32.51
3.62
36.13
Newell. D.  K	
    712
4
2
35.72
3.78
39.50
BUDOta,   .M.  T	
..   323&1-2 111'
ill
W'i
24 5
38.50
3.92
4 2.42
Schippers,   P	
   661
4
r,
114.77
7.73
122.50
Mellskl.  J	
   712
4
5
35.72
3.78
39.50
Martin,  W.  M	
. .   323&I-2 of
ill
WW
246
47.79
1.38
Schlppers,   P	
Simpson,   G.   R	
    661
4
6
114.77
7.73
122.50
Doherty,   E	
    712
4
7
35.72
3.78
99.50
Bsperson, O. C. ...
. .   323&1-2 of
ill
vv*w
248
67.11
5.35
72.40
    661
4
8
86.78
6.33
93.11
Partridge, J-.   	
    712
4
9
35.72
3.78
39.50
Millar, J. D	
    326A
1
4
92.35
tl.61
Simpson,   G.   R	
McAllister,  W	
    661
4
9
108.48
7.42
115.90
Hnyes,   F	
    712
3
13
35.72
3.78
39.50
Bessett,   B	
    326A
2
1
20.39
3.01
23.1<;
4 7.04
    661
4
13
.    24.54
3.22
27.76
White, Mary	
    712
4
22
35.26
3.76
39.02
Lunsy, A. D	
    326A
4
26
4 2.90
4.14
Slater, G.  E	
    661
4
17
24.54
3.22
27.76
Dean,   Fred   	
    712
4
23
35.26
3.76
39.02
Walker,   A.  S	
    326A
���I
29
42.83
4.14
46.97
Kirlam, F. W	
    661
4
20
24.54
3.22
27.76
Kildall,  Estate of Mrs    712
4
24
35.26
3.76
39.02
Walker.  A. S	
    326A
4
30
42.83
4.14
4 ���6.9'*
Nelson, G.  R	
   661
4
26
24.54
3.22
27.76
Kildall, Estate of Mrs  712
4
25
35.26
3.76
29.02
McDonnld, .1. A. & J. E    320A
5
11
39.10
3.95
43.ftr>-
Nelson.  G.   R	
    661
4
27
24.64
3.22
27.76
Hullman,   F	
    712
4
26
36.26
3.76
39.02
McDonald. J. A. &
I. E    326A
5
12
33.26
3.66
36.93
Bell. H.  W	
    661
4
31
41.53
4.07
45.60
Stirling,   A	
    712
4
27
20.38
3.01
23.39
Ryan, 10. J	
    326A
5
36
26.03
3.30
29.33
Davles, P. H	
    661
4
32
24.54
3.22
27.76
Stirling,   A	
    712
4
28
20.38
3.01
23.39
Patterson & Tirman      326A
6 A
1
47.15
4.35
51.50
H.HTv
Redman, W.  H	
    661
4
35
,24.54
3.22
54.76
French,   Mrs.   G.   G.
    713
1
15
20.83
3.04
23.37
Patterson & Tirman       326A
6 A
40.81
4.04
    661
6
19
32.07
3.60
36.67
Scott,   Mrs.   Gilbert
   713
1
26
30.10
3.50
33.60
Cooper, F., Bxex. 0
f    326A
6A
4
20.39
3.01
2 'X. 41'
Brown,   H	
6
20
18.53
2.92
21.45
McDonald.   D	
   713
1
27
54.43
4.72
59.15
Walker,   G	
    326A
6A
11
28.63
3.43
9.73
6.91
83.06
14 4.3r>
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35.95
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662
1
1
11
18
137.65
97.92
8.88
6.89
146.63
104.81
Isblster,  P.  F.   ...
  713
1
29
6
30,10
38.90
3.50
3.94
33.60
42.84
Cornym, I.	
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    326A
    326A
6A
6A
17
18
134.6.'.
98.28
Hiapieu,   J\.   V	
Sang,  Lang   	
Wainwright,  T	
Rolston,' F. J	
    662
Kesar, Singh   	
   713
    662
1
19
129.82
8.49
138 31
Shar &  Harman Si
igh   713
2
15
29.36
3.46
32.82
MeGllllvray,  I	
    326A
6A
36
47.17
4,35
    662
2
8
36.94
3.84
40.78
Tipton, W	
   713
2
17
18.33
2.92
21.45
Campbell,  Rev. F. 1
*    326A
6A
38
32.30
3.61
    662
2
20
31.97
3.59
35.56
Bowdcn, C. H, J.
    713
2
2(1
17.21
2.86
20.07
Campbell, Rev. F. (
'    326A
6A
39
32.30
3.61
3S-.92
Rolston, F. J	
    662
2
21
24.54
3.22
27.76
Anstle,  H.  J	
    713
3
8
26.42
3.32
29.71
Campbell. Rev. F. (
'    326A
6 A
10
38.19
3.90
42.09
76.47
H-olston, F, J	
    662
2
22
24.54
3.22
27.76
Anstle, H. J	
    713
3
9
26.42
3.32
29.74
Marr.   D	
    326A
7B
1
70.93
5.54
Rolston, F. J	
    662
2
23
24.64
3.22
27.86
Anstle, H. J	
   713
3
10
26.42
3.32
29.74
Wake. Q. N	
    326A
7B
61.29
5.0H
66.35
10.32**
Ludwlg, J. M	
Davles, J	
    662
2
37
38.89
3.94
42 83
Amer, Singh   	
    713
3
17
16.68
2.83
19.51
Wiltshire,  A.  S.   . .
    326A
711
39
13.64
2.68
    662
3
14
24.56
3.22
27.78
Amer, Singh   	
    713
3
18
20.38
3.01
23.39
VVorsnop, C. 11.  ..
    326A
8-11
5
S 33'
186..",6
H.32
197.88
Blleoskl, A	
    662
3
33
22.70
3.13
25.83
Fletcher,  F	
    713
3
23
50.25
4.51
54.76
Bhogovan Singh   .
    326A
8-11
6
S83'
166.40
10.32
176.72
Ives,  E.   L	
    662
4
5
11.97
2.69
14.56
Hughes,  W	
    713
3
24
50.25
4.61
54.76
Bhogovan Kinuli   .
    326A
8-11
7
NW
86.27
6.31
92.58
Ctwtlch, W. J	
    662
5
6
27.01
3.35
30.36
Hughes,   W	
    713
3
25
50.25
4.51
54.76
Karam   &   Xaglne
Singh...   326A
8-11
13
69.92
5.49
75\4 D
McDonald, W. A	
    662
5
8
20.83
3.04
23.87
McLelan,  G. W.   ..
    713
3
26
41.58
4.07
4 5.65
Stone, (1. A	
    326A
8-11
35
76.13
5.80
S1.9V-
Kennedv,   J.   C	
    662
5
9
20.83
3.04
23.87
Tipton,   W	
    713
3
31
16.68
2.83
19.51
Tawara,  Mrs. A.   .
    326A
8-11
14
136.07
9.80
L 66.8-7
21.1"
37.0J-
25.40
11.00
22.7:"
Oddstad,  C.  & J. S.   .
    662
5
10
20.83
3.04
23.87
Champion,   W.   B.   .
    713
3
32
16.68
2.83
19.51
Corning,  M.  A.   ..
    326A
8-11
17
C
18.53
2.92
Oddstad,  C.  &  J. S.   .
    662
r,
11
20.83
3.04
23.87
Cock. Mrs.  F	
    713
4
1
36.30
3.81
40.11
Macdonald,   J.   H.
    326A
8-11
48
B
;:::. 11
3.67
DeBroder,  E.  M	
    662
5
16
39.93
3.99
43 92
Cock, Mrs.  F	
    713
4
2
30.03
3.60
33.53
Watney.   F.   M.   . . .
    326A
12
24
3.11
Sunder	
    662
5
28
52.96
4.64
57.60
Lowes, W. A	
    713
-I
14
.".3.77
4.68
58.45
Scott,   V.   A	
    326A
12
26
WW
8.58
2.42
Skcllerand, W. S.   ...
    662
r,
32
52.96
4.64
57.60
Smith,   E.   It	
    713
4
19
32.30
3.61
35.91
Scott, V. A	
    326A
12
27
19.75
2.!��S
Skellcrand,   W.  S.   ...
    662
r,
33
52.96
4.64
57.60
Smith,  E.   R	
    713
1
20
20.12
3.32
29.74
McKibbon,  .1	
    326A 13.14
7
3.11
25!'it,
25.36
Bagge,   H	
Mufigrove,  W	
    662
6
3
17.70
2.88
20.58
Ferguson, D. B.   . .
    311
3
16
12.04
2.60
14.64
McKibbon, ,1	
    326A
13-14
8
22*25
3.11
    662
6
6
64.50
5.22
69.72
Cnuellffe,   F.  S.   ..
      311
3
18
7.54
2.37
9.91
McKibbon,  J	
    326A
13-14
9
22*25
3.11
25.'!'
Payne, J.  E	
Richie, G	
    662
6
10
64.50
5.22
69.72
Galloway,   J	
    311
5
4-8
9
21.12
3.20
27.32
McKibbon, J	
    326A
13-14
10
2" "5
3.11
    662
6
13-EW
11.09
2.55
13.64
Andrews, Mrs, L.  .
    311
5
1-8
1(1
24.11
3.20
27.21
Hopkins.  11	
    326A 13-14
���
47
114.811
7.74
1 22.54
Kennedy,   J.   C	
    662
0
13
11.60
2.58
14.18
Andrews, Mrs. L.  .
    811
5
in
53.16
4.65
57.81
Hopkins, <l	
    326A 13-14
48
91.79
6.58
98.3 T
Batterhnm,  C	
    662
6
11
35.26
3.76 ���
39.02
Andrews, Mrs. L.  .
    311
6
11
.'.3.16
4.06
57.81
lib 1,   .1	
    326A
13-14
71
.   69.7(1
4.98
64.68
Gagnon. D. A.	
    662
6
16-19
B
25.95
3.29
29.24
Andrews, Mrs. L.   .
    .ill
5
12
65.23
5.2 6
70.49
Bloom,   .1	
 326A
13-14
.".9.70
4.98
04.62
Brown, G. II	
    662
6
r*
25.94
3.29
29 23
McBride, R	
    311
12
Npt.
1405.59
72.27
1477.86
Short.  R. R	
    326A
13-14
79
60.77
."1. < 13
ri'-.M
Brown, '1. It	
    662
6
D
25.95
3.29
29.24
McBride,   11	
    311
12
.Spt.
17.41.30
89.06
1830.36
Shirley,   A.   10.   . . .
    326A
13-14
85
41.38
4.0*;
45i4'4
Brown, (1. 11.	
    662
6
E
35.23
3.76
38 99
Hartley.    E	
    813
1-3
' 1
15
24.08
3.20
2 7 28
Lewis, .1. .1	
    ,",26
1000
i
17
27.27
3.86
4 1   1
llttlrd, .1.  11	
    663
1
1
224.44
13.22
237.06
McNaughton, A. E,
    313
12
26 I.J r,
20.22
38 1.67
Campbell    Walker
���"-"���'   Co	
Campbell   Walker
1 troker-
Baird, J.  11	
Balrd, .1, II	
    663
    663
1
1
8
177.38
97.92
10.86
6.89
188.24
104.81
Hunter,  Mrs.  A.   M
tinnier.   Mrs.   A.   M
    313
    313
15
16
i
38 93
31.52
3.94
3.67
42.87
36.00
Broker-
    520
1000
1
IS
26.43
C.32
2:'.7T   ���
Baird. J. H	
llalrd, J.  II	
    663
    663
1
1
9
14
97.92
97.92
6.89
6.89
104.81
104.81
Hunter,  Mrs.   A,   M
Laurie,  John   	
    313
    313
16
15
3
21
31.6(1
20.84
3.04
::.",. 117
23. SS
1000
1
19
26.43
3.3'J
29 ~ '���
Balrd, .l! H.  	
    663
I
19
42.17
4.10
40.27
McNaughton, A. E.
    313
23
N
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32.27
3.61
Campbell   Walker
llroker-
Balrd, J. H.   	
    603
1
20
36.95
3.84
40.79
McNaughton, A. E.
    313
23
S
it.
516.23
27.81
644*04
a ge   Co	
    626
1000
1
20
26.4 3
3.32
29.7S
Hand. J. II	
    663
1
21
36.94
3.84
40.78
Blacklln, McCurdy
*   Muir  313
31 Wpt.A
io
37.07
8.85
10.92
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
,
Elliott,  (1.   11	
    603
2
3
26.41
3.32
29.73
Blacklln,  McCurdy
&   Muir  313
il W|it
A
20
"-'9.73
3.48
���'3.21
tooo
1
21
26.43
3.32
:"' 7
Elliott,   G.   il	
    663
2
4
26.40
3.32
29.72
Blacklln.  McCurdy
*   Muir  313
11 Wpt.A
21
29.73
3 18
33.21
Campbell' Walker
Broke'r-
Parrot.!,  G.   A	
    663
2
26
24.54
3.22
27.76
Hlaeklin.   McCurdy
&   Muir  313
il 'Ylit.A
22
29.7 1
3.48
33.22
age  Ci	
1 000
1
22
26. 13
3.32
29.7S
Whelpton, T. M	
Whelpton, T.  M	
    663
2
80
24.51
3.22
27.76
Hlaeklin;  McCurdy
&   Muir 313
11 Wpt.A
23
29.72
3.48
:i:;.2n
Campbell  Walker
Broker-
    663
2
31
24.62
3.22
27.76
Stacey, w. H	
    313
11 Wpl.B
26
18.63
2,02
;i ^,,    I '0	
       KOg
Km
1
23
26.43
-1 ���<>.
���mi --
Baird,  ,1.   H	
    663
2
3 3
31.30
3.71
3S.01
Bishop, w. .1. F....
    322
1-2
4
91,78
6. "A
98.30
Ca.mpbell   Walker
Broker-'
1
"'
Baird, .1. II	
    063
2
34
34.32
3.71
38.03
Taylor.  IO.  11	
    322
1-2
21
91.78
6.58
98.36
,'te ,        CO	
   526
3 000
1
24
26,48
3.32
29 ���'
Balrd, .1.   H	
    663
2
35
34.30
3.71
38.01
Frederickson,  E.   1
    322
1-2
38
91.78
0.58
08.30
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J.  H	
    663
2
36
39.52
3.97
13.19
Robson, It. M	
.......   322
1-2
41
121.58
8.07
129.65
aye   Ci).    .    	
] 000
1
25
26.43
3.32
2!'   "
Hockley, H. (1	
    663
3
10
24.56
3.22
27.78
Ray,   Rev.   M	
. .'    322
4
i
31
36.71
8.7s
39.49
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Mather & Noble 	
    668
3
14
47.r.3
4.37
61.92
Augestlne, Mrs. M.
0 322
1
3
13
18.63
2.92
21.45
a ������������   I',,	
    ,",2ti
1'1(1(1
1
26
26.43
3,32
2 9  " "
Baird, .1. 11	
    063
3
19
36.92
3.84
40.76
Masse,  Denis   	
    322
���1
3
411
20.8s
3.Ill
2 2 8 7
Smalley, VV, 11.   ...
   526
000
2
6
26.43
3.32
29.75
Balrd, J. H	
    663
3
20
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rile,  VV.  II	
    322
���I
1
1
'lii. 12
2.66    ���
36 7 7
Smalley.  \V.   li.   ...
,'    626
1	
2
7
26.13
3.32
Walts,  A	
    663
3
23
40.16
4.00
44.16
Rile,   W.   It	
    322
���1
1
27.101
.' .39
31.29
sn alley, W. B.  ...
    ,",26
1000
2
8
26.43
3.32
'���<, -
Weir. J.  A	
    663
3
30
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rile,  VV.   H	
    322
4
���4
3
27.IMI
3 39
31.29
Smalley, W.  1:.   ...
    526
ill.Ill
2
9
26.43
3.32
297'
McVlcar.  A	
....   668
3
31
43.17
4.15
47.32
Rili',  \V.   II	
    322
1
1
li
J7.9II
3,89
31.20
Smalley. W.  11.   ...
    526
11	
2
10
::v 10
3.61
:i 5.91
]\tc\i lear.   A	
    663
3
31
4 0.16
4.00
44.16
Itoss.  C.'W	
    322
6
1
4
27.90
3.89
31.29
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Van. Clear Cedar Mill Co.. .   003
4
1
26.41
3.32
29.73
Croll, C. B	
    322
5
2
8
31.28
8.56
34.84
11 ^e    Co	
    528
1 000
3
3
26.4.;
3.32
29.75
Goldstein, H. D	
    663
4
2
22.70
3.13
25.83
Croll, c. H	
    322
5
2
9
28.04
3,43
32.117
Campbell   Walker
1 Iroker*
Murray, Mrs. C	
    663
4
Ti
31.73
3.58
35.31
Willis, Mrs.  VV.   . . .
    322
5
2
ir.
20.89
3.01
28.40
a Lie    1 "o	
    .',2 6
I	
3
4
26. i
3.32
Easfcld  &  Callaghan
    663
4
10
40.16
4.00
44.10
Rear.   11	
    322
6- 7
A
21
2S.13
3.4H
31.63
Campbell   Walker
Mitchell, W. M	
    663
4
16
22.70
3.13
25.83
Rear.   E.   E	
    3 2 2
6  7
11
0
28.43
3.1 7
2ii.6ii
age   C	
  520
1000
3
5
21: 13
3,32
2 .
Knlrd, .1. H	
    663
4
17
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rear,  VV	
.......   322
6  7
C
22
27.22
3.36
30.68
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
18
36.94
3.84
40.78
Rear,   E.   E	
    322
6-7
E
21
:: 66
30.5S
age   Co	
   526
1000
3
6
26.4.1
;��� 32
2!'.7f.
Balrd, .1. II	
    663
4
19
36.95
3.84
40.79
Rear,  E.  E	
    322
6-7
E
22
:i:i.::7
2.66
37.03
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
20
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rear.   E.   E	
    322
6-7
E
2.3
33.37
3.66
age    Co	
   526
1000
3
7
26.43
3,32
20,75
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
21
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rear,  E.   E	
. .���.    322
0-7
E
24
.ill .'���!'
:t.r,2'
3U1
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, .1.  H	
    663
4
22
31.73
3.68
35.31
Bear.  E.   E	
    322
6 -7
10
25
21.87
3.09
21.90
age  ' '0	
    520
tooo
3
8
::ii 1::
3.32
2 9.7
Balrd, .1. H	
    (63
4
23
31.73
3.58
35.31
Rear,  E.   E	
    322
6  7
10
20
17.41
2.87
20.3S
Lumsden,  .1    	
    ,',26
lllllll
4
1
26.48
*:.'!2
21' "���
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
24
31.53
3.58
36.31
Humber, H. H.   ...
    322
8
A
23.82
3.1 9
27.01
Lumsden,  .1	
       .",26
1 HOO
1
26 !:;
3.32
29 75
Bnird, J. H	
    663
4
26
31.73
3.68
35.31
Humber, H. H.   .. .
    322
8
A
6
33.83
3.1 9
2 7,02
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J. 11	
    663
4
26
31.73
3.58
35.31
Humber,  11.   H.   ...
    322
8
A
7
23.83
3.19
27.02
age   Ci	
     526
lllllll
1
3
26.43
:: 32
2 9.7T.
Balrd, J. 11	
    663
1
27
31.73
3.58
86.81
Humber.  II.  H.
    322
8
A
8
2 2.83
.1 19
27.112
Cltmpbl II   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J.  11	
    663
4
28
31.73
3.58
35.31
Humber, H. H.   . . .
    322
8
A
9
2;i.*>:t
3.19
27.02
age    Co	
       .",2 6
1000
4
4
26.43
3.32
29.76
Balrd, J.  H	
    663
4
29
31.73
3.58
35.31
Humber, H. H.  ...
    322
8
A
10
23.83
3.1 9
27.(12
Campbell   Walker
Broker-
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
30
31.73
3.58
35.31
number,   H.   H.   , . .
    322
6
A
11
28.88
3.19
27.02
iiili'   Co	
     526
lllllll
1
5
26.48
3 32
2!* 76
Balrd, J. H.   1	
    663
4
31
31.73
3.58
35.31
Humber.   II.   H.   ...
322
8
A
12
2 3.8.1
3.19
2 7 02
Campbell   Walker
Iirokei-
Balrd. J. H	
    663
4
32
31.73
3.58
36.31
Hubley,  M.   A	
'. .'.'. '.'. '.   322
8
A
17
���I 2'. 8 9
I.l 1
17 08
age   Co	
    ,',2 6
1000
���1
6
26.48
3.32
29.75
Balrd, J. H	
    663
4
33
31.73
3.58
35.31
Hubley, m. a	
   322
8
A
18
34.31
3.71
38.04
Campbell  Walker
Broker-
llalrd, J. H	
    663
4
34
31.73
' 3.58
35.31
number, Mrs. N.   ..
    322
8
A
2 2
23.19
3.17
26.66
age    Co	
  ,-,21;
lllllfl
4
7
26.1::
882
29.7G
Balrd, J. H	
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8
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23.19
3.17
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36
1
36.95
36.94
3.84
3.84
40.79
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Goddard & Nelld  .
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6
8
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23.19
3.17
3.17
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31.73
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35.31
Gavin,   I'	
    322
8
C
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11.82
2.74
17.56
age  Co	
    526
1000
4
9
26.43
3.32
29.7.r��
Law son,  J.  B	
    663
5
4
31.73
3.58
35.31
Hall. J. VV	
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8
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25.66
3.28
28,91
Campbell   Walker
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Balrd, .1.  H	
    663
5
5
31.73
3.58
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Drake, G	
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8
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41.07
4.20
18.27
age   Co	
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26.13
3.32
2 9.7,
Balrd, J. H	
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31.73
3.58
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Drake, G	
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8
C
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44.07
4.20
48.27
Campbell   Walker
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Baird, J. H	
    863
5
7
31.73
3.68
86.31
Sherry, F	
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8
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31.33
3.71
38.04
age   Co	
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11
26.43
3.32
29.7f
Baird, J. H ./...
Baird, J. H	
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31.73
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Adams, J. W	
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4 9.45
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26.4 3
3.32
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Adams, J. W	
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49.47
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4
19
26.43
3.32
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Balrd, J. H	
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5
10
31.73
3.58
35.31
Kyle, E. M	
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8
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23.43
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26.60
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3.32
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Balrd, J. H	
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8
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29.66
3.48
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Ross, Mary A	
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1000
4
23
26.43
3.32
29.715
Balrd, J. H	
    663
5
13
31.73
3.58
35.31
Hubley, A	
    322
8
F
15
35.70
3.78
39.48
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
4
24
26.43
3.32
29\75
Balrd, J. H	
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5
14
31.73
3.58
35.31
Gagnon, E. E	
    322
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19
21
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10.61
2.83
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Ross, Mary A	
    526
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29.75
Baird, J. H	
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5
16
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35.31
Gagnon, E.  E	
    322
SW
19
21
5
21.86
3.09
,   24.95
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
4
26
26.43
3.32
2 9.'(5
Baird, J. H	
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5
16
31.73
3.68
35.31
Gagnon, E. E	
322
sw
19
21
0
21.86
3.09
24.95
Ross, Mary A	
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4
27
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3.32
29.75
Baird, J. H	
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5
17
31.73
3.58
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Gagnon, E. E	
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7
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2.83
19.44
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
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28
211.43
3.32
2 9.7T
Baird, J. H	
    663
5
18
36.95
3.84
40.79
Mather & Noble  .
    322
sw
19
21
8
18.75
2.93
21.68
Shaw,   Christine    .
    526
1000
5
15
32.30
3.01
35.3
Balrd,  J.   H	
    663
5
19
31.73
3.58
35.31
Mather  &   Noble   .
    322
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19
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9
18.75
2.93
21.68
Shaw,   Christine   .
    526
1000
5
16
26.42
3.'3 2
2 9-T.;"
Baird,  J.   H	
    663
5
20
24.20
3.21
27.41
Gagnon, E. E	
822
sw
19
21
10
18.75
2.93
21.68
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
5
17
26.43
3.32
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Baird,  J.   H	
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5
21
24.19
3.20
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Gagnon, E. E	
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5
18
26.43
3.32
29.75
Baird,  J.   H	
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5
22
24.20
3.21
27.41
Gagnon, E. E.   ....
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18.75
2.93
21.68
Ross, Mary A	
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5
19
26.43
3.32
29.75
Balrd,  J.   H	
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5
23
24.19
3.20
27.39
Gagnon, E. E	
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26.12
3.30
29.12
Ross, Mary A.
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5
20
26.43
3.32
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5
24
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27.41
Gagnon, E. E.  ....
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19
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19
21.56
3.07
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Ross, Mary A	
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1000
5
21
20.43
3.32
29.75
Balrd,  J.   H	
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5
25
24.19
3.20
27.39
Gagnon, E. E	
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19
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20
18.75
2.93
21.68
Ross, Mary A	
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26
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3.21
27.41
Gagnon, E. E	
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19
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18.75
2.93
21.68
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1000
5
23
26.43
3.32
29.75
Baird,  J.   H	
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5
27
24.19
3.20
27.39
Gagnon, E. E	
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21
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18.75
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24
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28
24.20
3.21
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Rear, E. E	
322
12
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1043.26
54.16
1097.42
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
5
26.43
3.32
29.75
Balrd,  .1.  H	
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5
29
24.19
3.20
27.39
Taylor. A	
i'.pt 822-88
5
2
24.08
3.20
27.28
Ross, Mary A	
    526
1000
5
26
26.43
3.32
29.75
Baird, J.   H	
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5
30
24.21
3.21
27.42
Gordon  &  Campbell, .pt. 322-23
5
4
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3.37
30.89
Ross, Mary A	
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1000
5
27
26.43
3.32
29.75
Baird,  J.   H	
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5
31
24.20
3.21
27.41
Champion,  R.  M.   .
..pt. 322-23
5
7
1ST.3
2.92
21.45
Ross," Mary A	
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1000
5
28
26.43
3.32
29.75,
Baird.  J.   H	
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5
32
24.21
3.21
27.42
Champion, R. M.   .
..pt. 322-23
5
8
18.53
2.92
21.45
Campbell   Walker
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    663
5
33
24.20
3.21
27.41
Wallace, W. A	
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11.11
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13.66
   526
1000
6
1
20.38
3.01
23.3S
Baird,  J.   H	
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5
34
24.21
3.21
27.41
McBride, R	
.   SEpt. 323
A
1
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11.11
2.55
13.66
Campbell   Walker
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Baird,  J.   H	
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5
35
24.20
3.21
27.41
McBride, R	
.   SE pt. 323
A
1
9
11.11
2.55
13.66
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1000
6
2
16.68
2.83
19.51
Baird, J.   H	
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5
36
29.41
3.47
32.88
McBride, R	
.   SEpt. 323
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1
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16.69
2.83
19.52
Campbell   Walker
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664 SW
Co.  661 SW
ofSW
ofSW
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Wpt.
36.92
32.66
3.84
40.76
36.29
McBride, R	
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16.67
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19.50
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Campbell   Walker
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Co.  664 SW of SW 15-16
Cpt.
Ept.
26.46
35.30
3.32
29.78
McBride. R	
SEpt. 323
.   SEpt 323
A
1
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14.85
2.74
17.59
     526
1000
6
4
16.6S
2.83
19.51
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39.06
A
1
15
11.11
2.55
13.66
Campbell   Walker
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35.28
3.76
39.04
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A
1
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11.11
2.55
13.66
   526
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16.68
2.83
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26.46
3.32
29.78
McBride, R	
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1
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13 66
Campbell   Walker
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32.67
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36.30
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526
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age  Co	
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6
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16.68
2.83
19.51
McCrostie,   C	
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1
59.33
4.96
64.29
McBride, R	
.   SEpt 323
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0
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8.33
2.41
10.74
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59.33
4.96
64.29
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2
4
6.47
2.32
8.79
1000
6
9
16.68
2.83
19.51
Howard, J. S	
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1
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77.01
5.85
82.86
McBride. R	
.   SEpt. 323
A
2
5
6.47
2.32
8.79
Campbell   Walker
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1
6
70.74
5.53
76.27
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A
2
6
6.47
2.32
8.79
1000
6
10
20.38
3.01
23.3ff
Bowser, J.  A	
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1
10
35.97
3.79
39.76
McBride, R	
.   SEpt. 323
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2
7
6.47
2.32
8.79
Weiler,  Nicholas
1000
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1
20.38
3.01
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Lew Is, A. H	
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1
15
22.70
3.13
25.83
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.  SEpt. 323
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2.41
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1000
7
2
16.68
2.83
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Lewis, A. H	
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1
16
38.95
3.94
42.89
McBride, R	
.   SEpt. 323
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2
9
11.13
2.55
13.68
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7
3
16.68
2.83
19.51
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1
26
44.72
4.23
48.95
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.   SE pt. 323
A
2
10
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2.41
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1000
7
4
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2.83
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o
4
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67.90
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.  SE pt. 323
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2
11
7.40
2.37
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    526
1000
7
5
16.68
2.83
19.51
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o
13
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39.76
70.76
McBride, R	
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.  SEpt. 323
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A
2
12
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Sutherland,   Ryan
1000
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3
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6.47
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39
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3.46
32.82
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.   SEpt. 323
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Colonial   Development   Co..   526 1000           8
Colonial  Development Co..  526 loco         s
K. i,inure.   C.   F    626 1000           8
Sutherland,   Ryan     520 Hum         8
Sutherland.   Ryan      526 looo         s
Sutherland,   Ryan      626 loon         s
Sutherland,  Ryan    680 1000        s
.Sutherland.   Ryan       526 1000           s
Itorman,   It    618 2
Dolittle, G.  M    648 2
Barber, vv   j  648 8
McKenzle, D   048 3
Murray, K"   648 3
Murray,   K    648 3
Gudmondson, A. w  046 4       ..
McKenzle,  D    648 5
Mi-Klnnoa,   il    648 i
Hornby,   VV    648 ti
Lougheed,   J    648 7
Tucker,   ���       648 7
Itrowbridse, Mrs. 10   648 8
Graham,  1   648 8
Frt-ele. W. J    048 8       7-9
Ruckle.  Mrs.   M    648 8
Bennett. G.  It    648 8
ilaboo Singh      649 1-3.22-24  ..
Redmond.   E    649 1-3,22-24  ..
Ajar Singh       649-1-3.22-24   ..
Kyle,  W.  J    649 1-3.22-24   ..
Thompson,   It. C    649 1-3,22-24   ..
bamey, Mrs. W. M    649 4-6
Jenkins,  J    649 4-6
Jenkins.  J    649 4-6
Hurton, .1.  R     649 4-0
Winter,   W.   F    649 4-6
National  Finance Co    649 7-11      6-8
National  Finance Co   649 7���11      6-8
National  Finance C'o 649 7-11      6-8
Martin.   It.   G    649 7-11      0-8
Baboo Singh et al     649 7-11      0-8
National Finance   649 7-11     6-8
National   Finance       649 7-11       6-8
Mlllirii,  .Miss L    650  7-10 of A&B
of bkl&A&B
of bk. 2
Skinner,   F  650
Greaves,   1    650 3    A-B
Greaves, 1  650 3   A-B
Knui.li Hill Baptist Church. 650 3   A-K
���Mouth  Hill  Baptist Church.   650 3    A-B
McKay,   D.   S    650 4-S
McKay.   I).   S    050 4-8
Ebihanr,   Y    650 4-8
Haboo Singh      050 4 8
tvurlsh,   K    650 9-15 SWpt.   1
Kurlsh,  K    660 9-15 SWpt.   1
Sintani, T    050 9-15 SWpt.   1
Sintani.  T    050 9-15 SWpt.   1
Aheyama       650 9-15 SWpt.   1
Sc-ely, A   660 18H
Jawala      650 20    A-
Baboo Singh       650 24    A-
Ureenha-igh,  M.- J    651 1    WW
Muahi et al      651 1    WW
Manzer,  CO   651 1    WW
Mull, It. & Rum, B   651 1    WW
Millar, J. D   651 2
Millar. J. D   651 2
Miilar, J.  D    651 2
Hang Lang    661 3
-lung Ran-,*     651 3
Nichols.   S    651 3
Freshwater, H. Q  651 3
lleyan Singh      651 4
Kunda   Singh      651 4
Wag-staff,  C   661 4
Hong Wo   ..   051 5
Hong Wo       661 5
Hong  Wi   651 5
Johnston, A. 10   651 5     ...
Johnston, A. E   651 5
H. & II. Singh    651 S
H. & II. Singh     651 5
liliug-vun Singh et al    661 5
Illiugwun Singh et al    651 5
Heath, It. J    651 6
Shiraishi,   R    651 6
Shlralshl,   It   051 6
Shlgelti,  A    061 6
Kintano,  K  651 6
Kintano.   K    651 ��
G.   Singh       651 6
I,yon, C. ('    651 7
De Willi'. II. 11   051 7
Mellor,  J.   . . .:    651 7
Kido,   1    651 7
Isaacson, G. T   051 S
Sang Lang     051 8
Sang Lang      651 8
Grlmmetl Bros  661 s
Burgess,  A   651 8
Blair, W  052 WW    Spt.
Blair,  W   652 WW     Spt.
Blair; W    652 WW     Spt.
Simpson. Miss 1). 11    652 WW     Spt.
Mills,  Mrs.   R.   10    652 WW     Cpt.
Mills. Mrs.   It.   10    652 WW     Cpt.
Mills.  Mrs.   It.   E    652 WW     Cpt.
Jasper Luno  "t Darts     652 W hi     Npt.
Jasper Luno <-;- Darts   652 WW     Npt.
Jasper Luno & Darts  662 WW    Npt.
Rogers*  Black       652 WW     Npt.
Cole-man, It   652 WW     Npt.
Coleman.  It   652 WW     Npt.
Coleman, It    652 WW     Npt.
Coleman, R   052 WW     Npt.
Raskins,  Mrs.  F. S    654 1
6)no   Konzaeno   064 1
tino  Konzaeno      054 1
Evans, W. G.    654 1
Evans, W. G   654 1
Chum Lai et al      654 2
Chum Lnl et al      654 2
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McLeod,   W	
Greenslade, G	
Greenslade, G	
Sadasllkn,  K	
Sadasuka,   K	
Currle,   R.   w	
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Lyons,   51 is.   I-'	
Lyons, M rs. F	
Lawrence,   A.   J	
Lawrence.   A.   J	
Lawrence.   A.   J	
Hudson, H	
Anthony, J. A	
Waldron. Miss A	
McDonald, J	
Greer, it. F	
Greer,  It.  F	
Wescher,  A.  J	
Cowling, H	
Fraser, H	
Fraser, H	
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Morgan,   J.   M	
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Piper,   T	
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Terry,   M	
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Kandan & Jaswa Singh 258-329 27-
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Coleman, J. C   258-329 27
Coleman, J. C   258-329 27
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Rear, J. S    258-329 25
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Duncan,  W   258-3''9 25-
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Lewis,   D    258-329 28-
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Lewis,   D    258-329 23-
Lewis,   D    258-329 23
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McLellan,  Mrs. S 258-329 23-
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Hunter, W  258-329 34-17
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Hunter,  W  258-329 34-17
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Hunter,  W  258-329 34-47
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Gray,   &  Wilson  258-329 34-47
Gray,   &  Wilson  258-329 34-47
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Kojima, H.  It  258-329 34-47
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Jaggctt &. Duleep Singh 258-329 B1-B2
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Spl. 2
Spl. 2
Spt. 3
Spt. 3
Spi. 3
Spt. 4
Spt. A
Spl
MOB
320B
326B
386B
326B
326B
326R
32(111
326B
32KB
17
18
22
23
24
28
29
30
31
1
17
18
35
36
15
16
3
4
5
19
20
9
13
16
22
39
40
60
61
66
67
72
73
74
97
98
115
110
121
122
123
120
139
140
143
144
145
140
160
173
176
177
178
181
182
6
9
10
15C
1
10
11
33
38
39
7
39
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7
8
9
16
17
18
4
11
12
10
20
23
24
1
3
4
8
17
18
24
26
27
29
33
34
39
40
42
47
48
49
60
51
52
55
60
61
59
60
III
19
20
21
33
34
4
8
In
I I
10
21
31
33
31
24
13
21
320B SEpl.
320T-I SEpt
327A     2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
2-4
5-8
6-8
6-8
3 3
24
26
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24.93
31.92
22.13
22.13
22.13
22.13
34.06
34.06
34.05
34.05
34.06
34.05
41.35
34.05
15.38
18.33
15.37
18.33
13.42
11.67
12.44
12.44
12.44
36.96
28.70
35.06
11.82
17.61
11.12
18.36
15.37
36.67
35.68
29.95
35.67
12.63
12.53
17.35
37.93
37.93
22.16
22.16
30.91
26.93
20.93
26.94
44.66
37.93
37.93
17.61
17.61
18.21
37.94
26.95
13.44
9.70
9,70
13.44
21.52
77.23
52.89
29.67
35.85
67.75
75.55
93.84
30.48
36.49
25.94
25.95
0 7.43
67.44
21.08
4 3.49
33.37
11,57
23.51
67.31
32.71
15.38
15.38
32.72
32.71
2 7.00
32.71
57.31
41.12
41.13
41.13
33.25
33.20
39.45
22.10
33.26
15.38
18.34
18.34
15.37
15.37
15.37
33.25
33.25
33.25
18.34
.15.38
15.38
15.38
15.38
15.38
15.38
26.80
3S.28
38.28
47.28
17.61
15.37
33.53
22.09
30.05
15.37
22.09
18.46
22.09
15.3 7
15.37
22.09
22.09
22.09
16.3(1
15.36
16.3(1
22.09
22.09
22.09
27.80
22.09
15.30
15.36
15,'16
22 in
27.03
22.09
22.09
22.00
22.10
22.10
24,89
11.11
7.4 1
15.38
32.44
16.37
22.15
15.38
26. 12
S1.7 9
81.79
29.71
29.71
6.81
16.73
17.01
320.18
30.70
03.74
63.7 I
K1.62
1" 62
10JB2
10.62
10.03
10.63
10.63
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02.52
62 52
63.E2
3915.38
4l! 98
98.15
28.0.1
31.28
36.88
19.43
19.).'!
17,5s
65.20
81.16
17.13
1 7.14
98.81
32.32
32.32
22.32
'26.55
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139.09
42.61
33.37
��� a.
3.24
3.59
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
3.70
4.06
3.70
2.76
2.91
2.70
2.91
2.67
2.57
2.62
2.62
2.62
3.79
3.43
3.75
2.59
2.88
2.55
2.91.
2.76
3.78
3.78
3.49
3.78
2.62
2.62
2.86
3.89
3.89
3.10
3.10
3.54
3.34
3.34
3.34
4.23
3.89
3.89
2.88
2.88
2.91
3.89
3.34
2.67
2.48
2.48
2.07
3.07
5.86
4.64
3.48
3.79
6.38
5.77
6.69
3.82
3.82
3.29
3.29
5.37
5.37
3.20
4.17
3.60
2.57
3.17
4.80
3.03
2.70
2.76
3.03
3.63
3.35
3.63
4.86
4.05
4.05
4.05
3.60
3.00
3.97
3.10
3.06
2.76
2.91
2.91
2.70
2.70
2.70
3.66
3.611
3.66
2.91
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
2.76
3.33
3.91
3.91
1.30
2.88
2.76
3.07
3.10
3.50
2.76
3.10
2.92
3.10
2.70
2.70
3.10
3.10
3.10
2.70
2.76
2.70
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.39
3.10
2.70
2.76
2.70
3.10
3.3 5
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.1II
3. III
3.21
2.66
2.37
2.76
3.62
2,76
2.111
2.70
3.3 3
6.08
6.08
3.18
3.18
2.34
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2.53
2.53
2.53
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47.76
5.11
4.09
6.90
3.4 3
3.56
3.84
2.85
0.94
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.32
4.34
8.95
4.13
3.66
28.17
35.51
25.23
25.23
26.23
25.23
37.70
37.75
37.76
37.76
37.75
37.76
46.41
37.76
18.14
21.34
18.13
21.24
16.09
14.14
15.06
15.06
16.00
33.75
32.18
38.81
14.41
20.49
13.07
21.26
18.13
39.45
39.46
33.44
39.45
15.15
15.15
20.21
41.82
41.82
25.26
25.26
34.45
30.27
30.27
30.28
48.89
41.82
41.82
20.48
20.49
21.12
41.83
30.29
16.11
12.18
12,18
16.11
24,69
83.09
57.53
33.15
39.64
73.13
81.32
100.53
10.30
40.31
29.23
29.24
72.80
72.81
27.28
��� 47.66
37.03
14.14
20.68
62.17
36.34
18,14
18.14
36.35
36,34
30.41
36,34
62.17
45.17
45.18
45.18
36.91
36.92
43.42
26.20
30.92
18.14
21.25
21.25
18.13
18.13
IS. 13
30.91
36.91
36.91
21 'i 5
18*11
18.11
18.14
18.14
IS. 14
18.14
30.13
42.19
���12.19
51.64
20.49
18.13
37.20
2B.19
33.55
18.13
26.19
21.38
25.19
18.13
18.13
26.19
25.19
26.1(1
18.12
18.12
18.12
25.19
25.19
25.19
31.19
25.19
18.13
18.12
18.12
26.20
30.38
25.19
2 6.19
2 6.19
2 5.20
25.20
37 611
1:1.00
9.78
13.14
30.00
IS.13
25.26
18.14
29.74
87.87
87.87
33.19
33.19
9.1S
19.56
20,19
338.18
63.59
71.36
34.29
34.29
68.92
68.92
6S.93
68.93
68.93
13.15
13.15
13.15
15.15
13.16
13.10
13.10
56.93
67.04
67.i;4
07.64
8063.14
67.47
46.07
105.05
32.03
31.84
40.72
22.40
22,1"
20.45
70.46
87.B3
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19.99
106.75
35.93
33.93
35.93
85.93
29.87
51.26
148.04
46.74
37.03 SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1915
GREATER VANCOUVER CHINOOK
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Uillesples Ltd  327A     i-��
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Winter.  W. K  27A. 6-8
Winter,  W.  F  ����'A 5-8
Winter, W.  F  JJ7A ;.-S
Winter,   W.  F  :27a 6-3
Winter, W.  F  J|j* S'J
Winter.   W.  F  ; 2'A. .,-8
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Winter, W.  F  32iA 5-8
Winter, W. F  32,A ..-8
Winter,   W.  F  327A. 5-8
Winter,  W.  F  837A ..-8
Winter.  W.  F  ;:iA .'-8
Winter.  W.  F  IMA 5-8
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Winter.  W.  F    ;2 .A      j.-8
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Perkins. G.  F    S27A ;
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Raybouid,  J.  Newton 12 i ' ';
Raybouid,   J.   Newton       32.1. H ..
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Blanchfleld, J. G  332 SEW
Blanchfleld, J. G  332 SEW
Blanchlield,  3.0    332 SEW
Blanchfleld, .1. 0   53:: SEW
Blanchfleld, .1. Q  332 SEW
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Rawson,  J.   It  532 SEW
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Overton,  n. J  3:12 N\vu
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Overton,   II.   J  5i(2 NW'4 '
Overlon,   II.  J  332 NW',
Overton,   II.  J  332 NW'., 1
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332
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McAdam, Mrs. 10	
.. .  ���;:;..    swu
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. .    5 5',     SW ',
3A         32
3 2.23
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35
18.51
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Maltby, Mrs, F. A	
332
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3.10
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McAdam, Mrs. E	
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. .  5:16    SWW
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35.84
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3A          4 4
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7
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357 Ept of SIOU
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18.51
2.02
21.43
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332
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20
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557 Ept olSIO',
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157 WW of SIOU
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332
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332
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Iliirliilis.   R.   10	
187 W'W .,i SEU
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29.66
3.48
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Drummond, w. G	
332
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7
20
22.17
3.10
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Harkins,  R.  l-i	
337 WW ..I SIOU
21
24.56
5.22
27.78
23
211.66
3.48
33.14
Drummond, w. Q	
382
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7
20
22.17
3.10
25.27
Robs, g. a	
137 W '.. of SIO',
36
15.38
2.76
Is 14
24
27.711
3.38
31.17
Drummond, w. G	
332
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7
31
22.17
3.10
25.27
Ross,   G.   A	
15 7 W '.. of SIOU
37
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332
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7
32
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Arthur, J	
557 If',, ,,I'SIOU
56
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20.24
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332
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7
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3.22
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Arthur, J	
".5 i" w w Of SIO ',
57
11.56
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340.04
10.011
350.111
Saint,   O	
382
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7
34
13.41
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(37 W '-. .,: SIO ',
01
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84.83
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Saint,   C	
332
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7
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137 WW "i siou
101
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Saint, J.  li	
332
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7
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Sutherland,   J	
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Saint, .1.  11	
.   332
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41
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Sutherland,  J	
337 WW ol SIOU
112
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17.72
Morris, C. S	
332
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7
48
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Gill.uiders.   A.   H	
337 N'U of WW
I           0
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2.74
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748.58
30.42
788JMI
O'Brien  10.  V	
.   332
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7
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16.011
2.81
10.74
Glllanders,  A.  H	
357 NU of WW
10
23.47
5.17
26.64
574.7(1
30.73
606.43
O'Brien, 10. V	
332
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7
50
26.12
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(.inlanders,   A.   H	
537 N',, ..! WW
11
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3.06
24.26
412.51
22.62
435.13
Sullivan, M	
333  SW UNEU
14
30.82
3.54
34.36
Fry, s.  W	
357 NV, ,.l WW
1           16
30.0 :
3.50
33.53
i;
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20.00
Brown, J. L	
333  SWUNEU
4 6
16.38
2.76
18.11
Hlggine, W. R	
5 5 7 N', of WW
18
30.08
3.60
33.53
25*72
3.28
20.00
Sutherland, W. J	
3 33 SWU NE'i
47
15.38
2.76
18.14
Nieol,   F	
557 N', of WW
1          20
22   11
3.12
26.5:1
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25.27
Elkins,   Bros	
333  *���
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62
30,52
3.5 2
34.0 1
Kyle.    L,    i'	
337 NU of W' ,
1          28
16.86
2.84
10.70
2 6
22.16
3.10
25.26
Elkins,   Bros	
333 SWUNEU
63
27.50
3.37
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Hiram.    Mr	
337 N"U Of WW
1           31
26.34
5.31
29.05
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22.16
3.10
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Field,   C.   M	
333 SWUNEU
68
16.38
2.76
18.1 1
II iriim,    Mr	
537 N'U Of WW
I         32
20.70
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33.18
30
22.16
3.10
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Field,  C.   M	
333  SWUNEU
60
15.38
2.76
IS. 11
Wilson,   Mrs.   N	
557 N'U of W'i-..
1          44
17.13
2.86
20.18
35
22.16
3.10
25.211
Field,   C,   M	
533 S
WU NEU
70
15.38
2.76
18.14
Wils.in,   Mrs.   N	
3 37 NU ..! WW
1          4 5
17.13
2.85
20.18
36
22.16
3.10
25.26
Innes,   A	
338  SWUNEU
71
15.58
2.76
18.14
erosion,   J	
337 NU Of W'���
1         47
1280
2.H
15.44
38
19.23
2.96
22.10
innes,   A	
33 3  SWW NEW
72
15.38
2.76
18.14
Kopec,   A	
537 N ',, of WW
1          51
17.15
2.S5
20.18
39
22.16
3.10
25.26
LaChance,  10. M	
333 .*
WWNBW
7 5
18.34
2.01
21.25
Metcalfe,   A	
3.17 NU of WW
I          6 3
25.74
3.28
20.02
4 1
22.16
3.10
25.26
LiiChnnce.   10.   M	
353  i
WW NEW
74
12.01
2.61
16.55
Metcalf,  A.  M	
557 N', of W i.
1          64
3(1.(15
5.50
35 52
48
22.16
3.10
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Field. C.   M	
353  SWU NEW
76
13.38
2.70
18.14
Quirk,   J.   M	
337 NU "f WW
i          14
23.02
5.15
26.17
4 4
22.16
3.10
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Maeda,   K	
.   333
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i
8
11.12
2.55
15.67
Toderi 1<.   T	
33 7 N', of WVi
.'          17
17.13
2.85
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47
25.72
3.28
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Kozono,   B	
.   333
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1
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11.12
2.55
13.67
Toderlck,  T	
557 NU "f WW
:         IS
17.15
2.8 5
19.08
48
22.17
5.10
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Asanuma   ,\;   twashita. .. ,
.   333
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I
10
11.12
2.55
13.67
Toderlck,  'I'	
55 7 N I, of WW
i            10
17.15
2.87,
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411
22.17
3.10
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Asanuma rv.   twashita.-..
.   333
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1
11
11.12
2.55
13.67
Toderlck,   T	
357 N V of W'���
I         20
1 7.15'
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10.08
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Miuiami,   K	
.   333
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1 1
11.12
2.55
13.67
Whittaker,   H	
337 N '., of WW
-          36
11.17
2.55
13.72
56
22.17
3.10
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Kitano	
.   333
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16
11.12
2.55
15.C7
Burlier,   H	
537 NU oi W W
i          38
11.72
2.5 S
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59
22.17
3.10
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Hattlre,  T	
.   333
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3
17
12.02
2.64
15.36
Whittaker,   II	
337 NU of WW
'-          4 4
11.72
2.68
14.30
60
3.28
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Izumj,  II	
.   333
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21
0.70
2.48
12.18
A1.-x.-i od.-r.  F. & A.  ...
557 N>, of WW
J          17
17.13
2.85
19.98
7
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2.48
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Matsubara.   C	
.   333
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22
0.70
2.48
12.1s
Kyle   .Si   Wilson   	
5 5 7 NU Of WW
2          4 0
17.15
2.85
19.98
1
9.71
2.48
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Mlnamite,  K	
.   333
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3
23
0.70
2.48
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557 N'U of W Vj
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Nakata.   K	
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1 luja,   IihI"..   	
557 N'U of W '���'.
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25.71
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Vaniushita,   II	
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9.70
2.18
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Wn Iker,   M-   1	
557 N', nl WW
2          61
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3.28
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I'yeda, .1	
.   333
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2. IS
12.1 8
Wilson,   10	
537 NU "f WW
2           6 2
25.71
5.28
28.99
0
14.66
2.13
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Bauer,   W.   A	
. .   333
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1
10
9.70
2.48
12.18
Hodgson,   G	
337 NV, of W '.j
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23.70
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10
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K.'itayam.'i, ('	
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Hodgson,   ' 1	
357 N U of W '������
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Eto,   J	
. .   333
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2.55
13.67
Marshall,   I..   A	
55'7 NW of W W
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. .   333
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Marshall,  I..  A	
557 N U of WW
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26.88
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Gray, .1.  A	
Gray, J. A	
.   333
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Jamleson,   J	
Wallis,   Mrs.   18	
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111.62
15.82
1.5 3
2.79
13.15
18.61
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Lni Lid  Lew   	
555
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W.illis,   Mrs.   S	
.   537 S   , uf WW
1 2
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2.79
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30
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Lai  Lid  Lew  	
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Wallnsley,   C	
.   557 S\ of WW
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31
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Lai  l.id   Lew   	
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Lighibourne, Mrs. K ...
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Lightbourne, Mrs. K...
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.   55 7 SW ..I WV.
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. .   333
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.   557 S", uf WW
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2.81
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Mlddleton, A. II	
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2.76
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McDonald,   R.   I)	
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.   333 WWNW',
6
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32.76
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16.11
Kashal  Singh   	
.   333 WV.NWU
7
2
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Mull   Singh   Lee   	
88
10
13.44
2.67
16.11
(Hem Singh   	
.   333 WW NWU
7
9
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3.06
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Bates, 0	
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42
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20
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oii-iu Singh   	
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7
10
22.56
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25.68
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.   388 WWNW U
8
5
11.67
2.73
17.40
Robinson, Mrs. A. G.
....   722         1-s
17
2ii.4 0
22
13.44
2.67
16.11
Forbes.  S.   E	
.   333 W WNW U
8
8
14.65
2.73
17.38
Merrill   .v   McKlnnon   .
....   722         1-8
40
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23
13.44
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16.11
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.   333 WW NWU
10
10
26.86
3.34
30.20
Telford,   G	
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50
52.17
47.86
2 3.40
23.40
16.60
28
13.44
2.67
16.11
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.   333 WW NWU
10
11
26.86
3.34
30.20
Telford,   G    .
....   722         1-8
51
29
13.44
2.67
16.11
Rowbottom, F	
.   333 WW NWi/.
10
13
26.8(1
3.34
50.20
Gray.    M	
Gray.    M	
' iray,   M	
....   722         l-S
65
30
34
13.44
13.44
2.67
2.67
16.11
16.11
Wong   Kong   Chow   	
Wong   Kong   Chow   	
.   333
.   333
swswsw
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u
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8
21.30
31.30
3.06
3.06
24.45
24.45
    722         1-S
....   722         1-8
66
60
37
43
0.70
13.44
2.48
2.67
12.18
16.11
Sadasuki   Kareya   	
Sadasuki   Kareya   	
.   333
.   333
swswsw
swswsw
u
u
17
18
16.14
14.67
2.80
2.73
18.04
17.40
Gray,    M	
Wigham, F	
....   722         1-S
....   722         1-S
70
110
16.66
5S.02
44
13.44
2.67
16.11
Young  &   Shoe  Lum	
.   333
swswsw
u
41
14.67
2.73
17.40
Kopec,   A	
....   722         1-8
114
1 4 s 2
24
11.56
2.57
14.13
Ram & Ralan Singh  ....
.   333
swswsw
u
56
14.67
2.73
17.40
Grant,   W.   R	
....   722         1-8
122
35.28
25
0.83
2.48
12.31
Ram & Ratan Singh  ....
.   333
swswsw
u
57
14.67
2.73
17.40
Grant,   W.   It	
    722         1-S
123
21.79
29
0.70 ���
2.48
12,'i?
Dellppe  Singh   	
.   333
swswsw
u
50
14.67
2.73
17.40
5\' i [son,   W	
    722         1-S
124
34.37
38
13.44
2.67
16.11
Delippe   Singh   	
.   333
swswsww
60
17.61
2.88
20.40
Fulton.   T	
....   722         1-8
126
23.40
2.17
41
13.44
2.67
16.11
Inches, J	
.   333
swswsw u
65
17.61
2.88
20.40
Adams.   O.   W	
    722          I-S
179
34.29
3.71
42
13.44
2.67
16.11
Inches, J	
.   333
swswsw
u
66
17.61
2.88
20.4 0
Adams.   G.   W	
    722         1-S
180
42.16
4.10
3.43
44
13.44
2.67
16.11
Seizo Shityua  	
.   333
swswsw*
u
82
17.61
2.88
20.40
Lily.   Mrs.   Rose   	
    723        NW
1-
4          36
28.73
4 5
13.44
2.67
16.11
Hancix, J	
.   3.(3 NWU of
Crowley,  J	
    723        NW
6
123.26
S.16
46
13.44
2.67
16.11
sm, orsw
u
317.38
27.86
545.24
Francis, c. H	
    723        SW
8
36.31
3.81
40il2
44.60
27
25.72
3.28
20.00
Maseya  Tanaka   	
.   336
NEU
1
7
46.10
4.30
50.4 0
Francis, C. H	
    723        SW
0
40.06
4.03
35
22.86
3.14
26.00
Kanjiro  Onomura   	
.   336
NEU
1
12
40.08
4.40
54.47
Brundage. Mrs. A. M.
    723        SW
10
25.60
3.28
28.88
36
28.63
3.43
32.06
England. W. C	
.   336
NEU
I
3
17.62
2.8S
20.50
Griffiths,  B	
    723        SK.
12
24.93
3.24
28.17
30.55
2
22.17
3.10
25.27
Spence.   Mrs.  S	
.   336
NEU
4
5
34.06
3.74
38.70
Insuke.    1	
....   723        SW
20
35.77
3.78
4
16.45
2.82
10.27
Muir. J	
.   336
NEU
4
15
24.81
3.24
28.05
Chishnlm,    A	
    723        SW
81
16.67
2.83
19.50
21.42
10
22.17
3.10
25.27
Mlgoji,   K	
.   336
NEU
4
20
40.85
4.04
44.80
Chlsholm,   A	
    723        SW
82
18.50
2.92
18
22.16
3.10
25.26
Migoji,   K	
.   336
NEVi
4
21
34.95
3.74
38.60
Bhogoran,   Singh    ....
    723        Si:,
83
43.72
4.18
4 7.90
26
22.16
3.10
25.26
Tomaso,   A.   D	
. .   336
NEU
4
26
24.81
3.24
2S.05
Bhogoran,   Singh    ....
    733        SW
84
34.28
3.71
37.93
31
21.25
3.06
24.31
Shaw.  W.  W	
.   336
NEU
4
33
17.62
2.88
20.50
Rowlatt.   L	
....   724              2
10A
0.62
2.48
12.10
32
15.38
2.76
18.14
Huntingcr.   Mrs.  R	
.   336
NEU
5
11
34.93
3.74
38.60
Rowlatt.    L	
    724              2
10B
7.40
2.37
0.77
41
22.17
3.10
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11.11
2.55
13.66
Rowlatt.    L	
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2.44
11.32
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22.17
3.10
25.27
Hull.   G	
.   336
NEU
5
20
40.8 1
4.04
44.88
.lagat,   Singh    	
    724              2
12
83.81
6.2-9
92.10
44
15.38
2.76
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Eccles. F	
. .   336
NEU
5
22
34.05
3.74
38.60
.larvis, Mrs. 10. D	
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14
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4.93
63.65
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15.38
2.76
18.14
Lather,    A	
. .   336
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24
17.62
2.88
20.50
Jars is, Mrs. E. D	
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15
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38.04
52
16.45
2.82
10.27
Lather.    A	
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25
17.62
2.88
20.50
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23.02
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Foster, Miss M. M	
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Forbes   ,v.   McKinlev   .
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17
41.50
4.07
45.57
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22.16
3.10
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Foster. Miss M. M	
.   336
NEU
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2
34.96
3.74
38.70
Forbes   &   McKinlev   .
724              2
18
41.50
4.07
45.57
61
30.73
3.53
34.26
Gilbert, Mrs. M. S. E.
. .   336
NEU
6
3
32.23
3.61
35.84
Matheson,    W	
ii.'.   724              ii
12
67.12
5.35
72.47
64
16.45
2.82
10.27
Gilbert, Mrs. M. S. E.  ..
. .   336
NEU
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4
22.00
3.10
25.10
Matheson.   W	
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13
67.12
5.35
72.47
68
22.16
3.10
25.26
Townes,   A.  E	
.   336
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13
32.23
3.61
35.84
Motsch,   A	
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2.27
7.83
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3.10
25.27
Townes,   A.   E	
.   336
NEU
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25.71
3.28
28.011
Jones,  W.   V	
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Gilbert, Mrs. S. E	
. .   336
NE U
6
16
23,10
3.15
26.25
Jones.   W.   V	
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15
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38.04
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22.16
3.10
25.26
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. .   336
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16
17.62
2.88
20.50
Math.-son.    W	
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.  19C33
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3.48
33.27
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3.10
25.26
Gilbert. Mrs. M. S. E. ...
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NEU
8
3
32.23
3.61
35.84
Nisbet.   R	
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2
20.54
3.02
23.56
14
22.16
3.10
25^26
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9
32.23
3.61
35.S4
Fabeau,   M	
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14
10.44
2.97
22.41
15
22.1 6
3.10
25.26
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20
40.85
4.04
44.80
Fabeau.   M	
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15
14.82
2.74
17.56
16
22.18
3.10
25.26
8
21
34.05
3.74
88.69
Fabeau.   M	
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16
17.6S
2.88
20.56
17
30.73
3.53
34.26
Lebang,   Mrs.  M	
. .   336
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8
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34.95
3.74
3S.60
20
10.22
2 96
22 28
18
26.42
3.32
20.74
Cooper.   S.   B	
. .   336
NEVi
8
31
32.23
3.61
35.84
Baker,   H	
    726            B
40
44.33
4.21
48.54
19
22.1C
3.10
25.26
McDonald,   Mrs.   F	
. .   336
NEW
9
4
32.23
3.61
35.84
i-,, ,., enn,   W.   R	
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1
26.44
2.32
29.76
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13.44
2.67
16.11
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0
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31.23
3.61
35;S4
2
23.40
3.17
26.66
22A
22.16
3.10
Whiteside. Hunter & Rand
cr  333
NEU
0
16
25:72
3.28
29.00
Von Dlaaen, J. L.  ...
    726             C
18
58.15
4.00
63.05
28
22.17
'    3.10
25.27
Wliit..��Mo   IToiilnr X- Rander   333
NEU
0
17
3.2S
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Woodruffs,  H	
....   726            C
37
46 77
4 33
4.33
51.10
51.10
29
22.17
3.10
25.27
Kassaburo,   T	
. .   336
Nio';
0
20
51.63
4.55
56.16
I Woodroffs, H	
....   726            C
38
46.77
30
22.17
3.10
K aasabnro,   T	
. .   336
NE'i
0
21
13.67
4.38
4 9.05
Woodroffs.  H	
    726            C
39
46.77
4.33
51.10
31
22.17
3.10
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Sukn.ii	
. .   336
NEU
0
36
15.67
4.28
49.05
Chanan,    Singh    	
....   726            C
42
32.31
3.61
i'5.92
34
30.73
3.33
34.26
Lotoya.   M	
. .   5 3 6
NEW
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37
2 3.47
3.17
26.6 1
1 Whitewav,  R.   ..   	
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22.50
3.12
25.71
35
22.17
3 10
Lotoyn.   M	
. .   336
NEU
0
38
23.47
3.17
26.64
Whitewav,   R	
    726            D
6
22.58
3.12
25.70
40
22.16
3.10
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Loi o,  G	
. .   33f
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7
11.11
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16.88
2.84
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Nash.    .1    726 I)
(Jibs.,n,   J.   A 726 II
Uewan   &   SIiikIi        726 D
Dawan  *  Slrr-jh     726 D
Woiik.   Isee  Kit       727 1
Kish,   Mrs.   10    727 1
lirewer, W    727 1
milkman.   Mrs.   10 727 '       1
Fliilkmarr,   Mrs.   E    727 1
How & Nun Siniih      727 2
How &  Nun Blnjffh    727 2
McMillan,   W.   D 727 2
FiiiiKun,  Mr*.   II 727 2
Kinei-'an, Mr.-.   II 727 2
Mclver &   Campbell      727 2
WrlRht,   F.   II    727 3
Robinson   L 727 3
Robinson   L    727 3
Rosebaeh, Mrs. A    727 3
Halo, J.  A    727 5
Hale,  J.   A   727 5
Arkley.   Miss   I. 727 6
Richardson,   Q 727 5
Haiilett,   F.   W 727 6
Hn.i-.lttt,   F.   W    727 i
Salmon,   H.   D   727 6
Salmon,   H.   D 727 6
Henderson, s  727 6
Henderson,  A    727 6
Bbbage,   10  727 6
EbbaKC,   10    727 6
MbbaKe,   10    727 6
EbhaKe,   E    727 6
Kbb.lBe.   E    127 6
Ebbafic,   E    727 6
Bbbaate,  E  727 6
DouKlas,   A    727 7
Parker,  C.   E   727 7
Sowcrby,   W 727 7
Cornish & Costanl       727 7
Cornish & Costanl      727 7
Head.  8.   M    727 7
Head,  .8.  M   727 7
Pinncfrnn, Mrs. B 727 S
triune-can. Mrs. II   727 8
rainier.    P    727 8
Patterson,  J.   W    727 8
Patterson, J. W   727 8
Patterson, J. w  727 s
Patterson,  J.  W    727 8
Patterson, J. W   727 8
Patterson,  J.  W    727 8
Makin.  J.   A    727 8
Makin,  J.  A   727 8
Prior,  M.  L    727 8
Clyde. J   727 8
Houston  & Greenslade   ...  727 8
Cameron, E. C   727 0
Cameron, E. c  727 9
Lewis,   A.   E    727 0
Oriffls,  S   727 0
C.ritTis,  S    727 0
Johnston,   W 727 10
Lewis, A. E    727 10
Lewis, A. E    727 10
Hyford,    H    727 10
Byford,    H 727 10
Innes, A. W. V    728 WW         3
Innes, A. W. V    728 WW         4
Lawrence,   A.   J    728 WW   7-11
Lawrence,   A.   .1 728 WW15-17
Lawrence,  A.  J   728 WW 15-17
Kobertson  &  Llffin      728 WW15-17
McDonald,   A    728 WW21-24
Holdsworlh,    H 728 WW21-24
Ford.  A    728 WW21-24
Ford,   A    728 WW21-24
Calkin,   Miss   B 728 WW25-30
Lawrence,   A.   J 728 WW25-30
Morrow, .1   728 WW26-80
Dempster,  Mrs. J 728 WW31-85
Jirit. Pac. Financial Co.  ..   728 WW31-35
Brit Pac. Financial Co.  ..  728 WW31-35
Brit.  I'ac.  Financial Co.   ..   728 WW31-35
Brit  I'ac.  Financial Co.   ..   728 WW-31-35
Hrit. I'ac. Financial Co.  ..   728 WW31-35
Brit. Pac. Financial Co.   ..  728 WW31-36
Bramwell  & Adam      728 NEpt.
Bramwell  &  Adam      728 NEpt.
Bramwell  &  Adam      728 NEpt.
Bramwell  &  Adam       728 NEpt.
Bramwell  & Adam      728 NEpt.
Bramwell   &  Adam       728 NEpt.
Bramwell  & Adam      728 NEpt.
Shorn,   J   728 NEpt.
.Shorn,   J    728 NEpt.
Howard,  H   728 NEpt.
MacGowan,  W.   J    728 NEpt.
Mlllishi.   Ram        728 NEpt.
Samls, B. A    728 NEpt.
Samis, II. A   728 NEpt.
Leach, E  728 NEpt.
Bates.   P    728 NEpt.
Armstrong. O. L 728 NEpt.
Van Wych, G. & S 728 NEpt.
McLeod,   K    728 NEpt.
Lang,  Mrs.   A.   V    728 NEpt.
Armstrong, J. It. G 728 NEpt.
Marsdon.   Mrs    728 SEpt.
Hralthwalte. J. E   728 SEpt.
Bowmay,   II 728 SEpt
Mclnnes,    A    728 SEpt.
Collins,    J    728 SEpt.
MacKay,  J.  S    728 SEpt.
Vincent. C.  D   728 SEpt.
MacKay,   J.   S 728 SEpt.
Mclnnes,   M.   E   728 SEpt.
Dudgeon,   Miss   E    728 SEpt.
Edgell,   D.   B 728 SEpt.   -   ..
Atma,  Singh       728 SEpt.
Atma,   Singh       728 SEpt.
Innes, A. H   728 SEpt.
Innes, A. H   728 SEpt.
Innes, A. II   728 SEpt.
Kay,  P   728 SEpt.
Mills,   C.   G    728 SEpt.
Mclnnes.   S    728 SEpt.
Kan   Ko   Wing       736 1
Kan   ICo Wing      735 1
Tweed   *   Moseby       735 1
McCorrnick. F. D   735 1
Tabsnasiikl,   M    735 1
Tabsnasukl,  M 735 1
Kndny,    It.    VV 736 I
Mawir.   S    735 3
liarlsehi.  J    736 N        3
Sloans, T.  f 735 4
Nl8br.ll.   It    736 5
Nlsbetl,   It    736 5
Nlsbetl,  It   736 5
Nlsbetl.   It    735 5
Nisbett,  It  736 5
Nislirll.   li    736 5
Nlsbetl,   It    736 5
Nlshell,   it    735 5
Nlsbetl,   It  .. .   736 5
Nlsbetl,   It    736 5
Nisliell,   It   735 5
Nishel',   It    736 5
McLeod,   N   735 5
McLeod,   N    735 5
Nishel I,  It    735 5
Nisl.etl,  R    736 5
Nisbett,   R    735 5
Miller, J. F    735 5
Nisbett.    R    736 5
Nisbett.   R   735 5
Nlsbetl,   R    735 5
Nisbett.    R    735 5
Knipe.   Miss   H.   L 737 1
Arnold,  C.  S    727 1
Arnold. C. S   737 1
National Finance Co 737 1
National Finance Co 737 1
Lang, A. S    737 2
Jones,   E.   II 737 2
Payne.  E.  E    737 2
Quilty,    1' 737 2
Shannon, .1.  A 737 2
Baxter   &   Baxter       737 ���    3
Phillips,   A.  .1    737 3
Phillips,  A.  J    737 3
Hall, Miss M. J    737 3
White,    D 737 5
White,   D 737 5
Vosklda,   M 737 5
Clarth,   M   737 5
Garth,    M 737 5
Yeskte,   M    737 6
Voskie,    51    737 6
"Mortimore,    G 737 6
Mortimore,   Q    737 6
Ticrney,  J    737 6
Hamilton,   S    738 Ept.
Gibson.   (1.   A    738 Ept.
Hoilghon,   MI.".;i   II 738 Ept.
Sharp,   A 738 Wpt.        i
Mellor,   J.   E    738 Wpt.         !
Mellor,   J.   E 738 Wpt.
Hunter, E   739 1
Chin   Yee   Vow      730 1
Chapman,  M.   M 739 2
TBIoomfleld,   G    739 2
Wong,    Hing        739 3
Wong,   Hing       739 3
Wong.   Hing       739 3
Wong,    Hing        739 3
Wong,    Hing        739 3
Bcrgatraud   &   Linden   .. . 739 4
Williams, A    739 4
Asso. Workers Trust Co...  739 4
Mvcr,   P.  L    739 4
Myer,   p.  L    739 4
Oddstad. C. ft J. S 739 4
Mathieson.   R 739 4
Bloomileld.   E .739 5
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Courtwright,   Mr 739 5
Grant,   W   739 5
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20.21
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10.32
2.00
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33.38
3.66
14
65.70
0.28
91.08
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68.96
4.04
63.90
45
18.88
2.94
46
30.45
3.97
43.42
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42.35
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33.94
3.69
37.63
18
12.50
2.62
15.12
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2.98
22.76
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22.02
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20.49
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20.69
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23.61
24
34.11
3.70
37.81
25
27.80
3.39
31.10
32
10.78
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22.76
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33.00
3.65
36.71
2
25.86
3.29
29.15
17
16.86
2.84
19.70
44
14.35
2.71
17.00
10
40.20
4.01
44.21
11
35.35
3.76
39.11
13
16.14
2.80
18.94
11
16.14
2.80
18.94
22.02
3.10
25.12
22
16.14
2.80
18.94
28
16.14
2.80
18.94
29
31
22.02
16.86
3.10
2.84
25.12
19.70
32
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2.84
19.70
33
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34
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35
16.86
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19.70
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36.55
3.82
40.37
4
36.55
3.82
40.37
12
31.58
3.57
35.15
18
31.58
3.57
35.15
19
36.39
3.81
40.20
29
22.86
3.14
26.00
33
22.86
3.14
26.00
1
17.60
2.88
20.46
2
13.87
2.69
16.56
11
25.03
3.25
28.28
12
17.62
2.88
20.50
13
17.62
2.88
20.60
14
17.62
2.88
20.50
15
17.62
2.88
20.50
16
17.02
2.88
20.50
17
17.62
2.88
20.50
18
17.62
2.88
20.50
19
20.50
3.02
23.56
30
16.11
2.80
18.94
36
31.58
3.57
35.15
37
31.58
3.57
35.15
5
22.02
3.10
25.12
22.02
3.10
25.12
25
30.12
3.95
43.07
26
30.45
3.52
33.97
27
39.55
3.97
43.52
34
22.02
3.10
25.12
35
44.65
4.23
48.88
36
44.66
4.23
48.88
37
40.89
4.04
44.03
38
55.11
4.75
50.80
136.91
8.84
146.75
134.26
8.71
142.97
4
19.08
2.95
22.03
L
13.89
2.69
16.58
M
13.80
2.69
16.68
Q
36.69
3.83
40.52
3
16.55
2.82
19.37
4
12.04
2.60
11.64
12.04
2.60
14.61
8
12.04
2.00
14.64
5
40.17
4.00
44.17
11
22.02
3.10
25.12
36.84
3.79
20.63
4
22.02
3.10
25.12
15
35.84
3.79
30.63
16
35.81
3.79
30.63
17
35.84
3.79
30.63
18
35.84
3.79
89.63
19
35.84
3.78
30.62
?0
45.52
4.27
49.79
1
19.08
2.95
22.03
2
10.08
2.95
22.03
3
19.08
2.05
22.03
4
19.08
2.05
22.03
5
19.08
2.05
22.03
6
19.08
2.95
22.03
7
19.08
2.95
22.03
12
19.08
2.05
22.03
13
19.08
2.05
22.03
20
19.08
2.05
22.03
23
19.08
2.95
22.03
26
16.07
2.80
18.87
45
19.08
2.95
22.03
46
10.08
2.95
22.03
49
19.08
2.95
22.03
50
19.08
2.95
22.03
66
39.13
3.95
43.08
71
19.08
2.95
22.03
72
19.08
2.95
22.03
89
31.69
3.58
35.27
104
22.02
3.10
25.12
1
23.22
8.16
26.38
2
31.45
3.57
35.02
30
65.98
5.29
71.27
59
19.08
2.05
22.03
65
19.08
2.95
22.03
66
28.50
3.42
31.92
67
19.08
2.95
22.03
68
27.19
3.35
30.54
72
19.08
2.95
22.03
77
28.42
3.42
31.84
80
44.50
4.22
48.72
81
68.75
4.93
63.68
82
47.00
4.35
61.35
89
27.51
3.38
30.89
90
23.81
3.19
27.00
91
23.81
3.19
27.00
92
19.08
2.95
22.03
106
27.76
3.38
31.14
107
30.42
3.52
33.94
1
97.38
6.86
104.24
2
68.72
5.43
74.15
17
20.84
3.04
23.88
19
34.33
3.71
38.04
35
32,31
3.61
36.92
36
88.81
3.01
35.92
38
32.31
3.61
36.92
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17.56
35
20.84
3.01
23.88
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29.45
3.47
32.02
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43.60
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QoOdfellOW   &   Mangel    195 23
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Elliott, F. E    362 13
Duckworth, W. H    719 NW ol'W
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Ward,  It.  M    721  1-4 12-15-5
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Greaves, E. & W    649 13 Spt.
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WM. T. RILEY,
Collector of Taxes,
Corporation of the District of South Vancouver.
Dated the 25th day of June, 1915,
Municipal Hall, South Vancouver, B.C.
Regular 20c Cold
Water Dry Paste.
Now 2 for   25c
Regular 75c Long
Handled Bottle
Cleaners. Now 2
for        25c
Regular $2.75
Shurlcy Dietrich
Hand Saws. Now
    $1.70
Regular $6.50 Electric -oastcr. Now
    $2.00
Regular 5c Cake
Cutters. Now 3
for        5c
Lattimore
&
Blott
606 Main St.
Regular 25c   pair
Stanley Butts
Hinges,   3'/' x 3'A.
Now 2 pr.  .. 25c
Regular 50c Picnic Baskets. Now
  20c
Regular $5.50 Garden Hose with
Nozzle.     Guaranteed    1    year. R      |af %  ���
Regular        $2.50   Sale price  ..$3.50
  White       Enamel
Bread        Mixers.
Regular $1.25    Garden    Shears, Flour Bins.  Now
Now    $1.60   Sale price         75c
       90c
Regular 50c Ala-
bastine.  Now 35c
Selling Out At Cost And
Less All Kinds of Hardware and Kitchen Utensils. Everything Must
Be Sold.
Regular 50c  Incubator    Thermometers.
25c
Regular $1,00
Cash Box for 70c
Regular $1.75 Lanterns, Handy for
Campers. Now $1.00
Regular 25c Flour
Sifters. Now 2
fur       25c
LITTLE MOUNTAIN HALL
Cor. 30th Avenue and Main Street
Comfortable Hall for public meetings, dances,  etc.,  to Let
Apply W. J. STOLLIDAY
34 32nd Avenue
One  cent  per  Fowl,  per  Week
Poultry  Keepers
will get best results from constant
use of
"B&B"
Poultry Spice
And  EGG   PRODUCER
A Hen tonic, Pick-me-up and
Drop-em-down
Once Tried Always Used I
Guaranteed  to  produce  results,  if
fed  according  to  directions   (in
every sack)
3 lb. sack, 45c.   6'/t lb. sack, 90c.
100 lb. sack, $12.00
Manufactured in Vancouver.   Sold
Everywhere
��� 	
Classified
Advertisements
BORROW ON YOUR DIAMONDS,
jewelery, musical instruments, etc.
401 Dominion Bldg. Business confidential.
FLORISTS
BROWN BROS. & CO., LIMITED,
Seedsmen, Florists, Nurserymen, 48
Hastings St. E., and 782 Granville
Street,  Vancouver,  B.  C.
WATCHMAKER
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER AND
Jeweller when you think of watch,
clock and jewellery repairs think
Appleby, 438 Richards St., half block
from Hastings. All mainsprings and
cleaning jobs guaranteed 12 months,
E. W. MACLEAN, Ltd.
MEMBERS VANCOUVER STOCK EXCHANGE
MEMBERS VANCOUVER GRAIN EXCHANGE
MEMBERS OF CALGARY OIL EXCHANGE
MUSIC
RAPID METHOD MUSIC STUDIO
Free trial lesson. All ages. Opportunity to practice successful teaching
by correspondence. Sey. 4132. Empire Building.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
B. C. INDEPENDENT UNDERTA-
kers, Limited���Successors to Sill &
Miller, Limited. Funeral directors
and embalmers, 652-654 Broadway
W,    PHONE FAIRMONT 738.
KEARNEY, T. J. & Co., DOMINION
Parlors, 8^2 Broadway west. Phone
Fairmont 1098. Night calls answered.
COLLECTORS
NATIONAL COLLECTING COM-
pany, 202 North West Trust Building. Established 1907. We collect
current accounts, rents and bad debts
in town or country. NO COLLECTION, NO PAY.    Phone 4980.
ROOMS
TKE PALMER���STRICTLY FIRST
class and modern; large comfortable
lounge rooms. Free telephone. Rales
very moderate.; new furniture; new
building. Phone Seymour 1134. 45
Pender St. W., Vancouver.
WHEN' IN TOWN STOP AT THE
ANGELES ROOMS, 927 Main St.,
Vancouver,  11. C.
CARD READING
CARD READING, HOTEL RECO
Corner Gore Ave. and Pender.
WANTED
DEALERS IN ALL ACTIVE CALGARY STOCKS, BONDS," ETC.
OIL STOCKS
BOUGHT AND SOLD
JlStock Department, Seymour 6913
EXCHANGE BUILDING, 142 HASTINGS WEST
WANTED A GIRL WAITER.���Ap
ply Cordova Cafe, 139 Cordova VV.
Vancouver.
PHONE SEYMOUR 900
MacDONALD & HAY
BARRISTERS,   SOLICITORS,   ETC.
Iftl2 Standard Bank Bldg. Vancouver, B.C.
Steamer New Delta
SUMMER SCHEDULE
On  and  after  Saturday,   May  1st,
Steamer New Delia will leave from
FERRY  WHARF
(Foot of Columbia Ave.)
For PORT MOODY
and IOCO (^r
DAILY  EXCEPT  SUNDAYS
At 6.30 a.m., 9.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.
Returning leave Port Moody at
8.00 a.m., 11.00 a.m. and 4.45 p.m.,
except Saturday, when she will
leave Port Moody at 12.00 a.m.
SUNDAYS
Leave Vancouver at 1.30 p.m. and
8.00 p.m.
Leave   Port   Moody   at   4.45   p.m.
and 9.20 p.m.
Express or Parcels Reasonable
Rates
STEAMER LEAVES ON TIME
This   Schedule   subject   to   change
without notice
EVERY TIME
YOU MAKE
PURCHASES
From these FIRMS
Y
OU WISH TO SELL?
Auctioneers
If you wish to dispose of your Furniture, Stock or Fixtures by Auction
to the best advantage, consult
KING & CO.
Auctioneers, who guarantee satisfaction and cash day of sale. Estimates
and Valuations Free.    Phone Sey. 507
0
H, SAY! VISIT THE
CORDOVA CAFE
FOR   FIRST   CLASS   MEALS   AT
MODERATE  PRICES
GIVE  US A  TRIAL
139 CORDOVA ST. WEST
U
SHOULD PATRONIZE
HOME INDUSTRY
F. FAULKNER
THE      MECHANICAL     REPAIR     SHOP
Autoa, Bicycles, Lawn Mowers, etc., Repaired
Locks  and   Kejr   Fitting
We   Buy   and   Sell   Second-hand   Bicycles
Stove    Connectinjj.       AH   Work    Guarantee*
Give  us  a  trial   and  be   convinced
409S     MAIN    ST..    VANCOUVER
S
EE US FIRST I
JOHN S. RANKIN
D. S. MACDONALD
Auctioneers
800  PENDER STREET WEST
Phone Seymour 3111
Furniture Bought for Spot  Cash
A
TELEPHONE Fair. 720 for
NGUS
PLUMBING   ::   HEATING
ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
A SPECIALTY
No order too large or too small for
prompt service
V
ancouver
Creamery Co.
^ur Ice Cream cannot be beat.
Our Butter is of the best quality.
Our Factory is the cleanest in the
city. No hands touches our Butter
as it is all wrapped and put up in Mb.
packages.
EXPRESSING
and HAULING
B. R. GRAY
42  TWENTY-FIFTH   AVE.  EAST
Furniture,  Piano Moving and  Express Work.
Work   pror������'������   -"������   ���
ara   right.
Work   promptly  attended   to   and   our  pricta
Phone:   FAIRMONT  101
M
iss   Newstead
Stores
CHIC    PARIS1EN     HIGH-CLASS
MILLINERY
ANNUAL  SALE   NOW   ON
619  DUNSMUIR  STREET
Vancouver, B. C.
0
BEST     OF
USED     IN
NLY     THE
MATERIAL      ustsu      ]
REPAIRING YOUR
BOOTS AND  SHOES
AT MY STORE.
JOHN STEPHEN
3324 MAIN STREET
Satisfaction Guaranteed.   Pries Right
N
OW THEN, SIR!
R. L. Rheims
The  Main  Street   Second-Hand   and
Misfit  Clothier
Good Second-Hand Clothes
Boots and Shoes for sale
Give  me a call Seymour  37<.*>
633 MAIN ST., VANCOUVER, B.C.
'lectric Vibratory
Treatments
FOR   NERVOUS  TROUHT F<?
St;|^^^CfRCULA��SC"tc.
528 HOMER STREET
 Vancouver, B. C.
rov~^iTr=^- VALu5.
AND    SATISFACTION    BY
PATRONIZING
Crossland's Store
4520 MAIN STREET
A nice clean stock of Groceries
Candys and Tobacco.
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