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Vol. VII.   No. io
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
One Dollar Psr Annum
IEARING THE END
Judge Lampman's investigation will
lirobably conclude today, and, while com-
Inent on the evidence must still be reserved
|intil judgment is delivered, The Week
lakes no apology for stating that the evidence given before the Court has been
Iharacterized by wholesale perjury, and
|hat there will be general disappointment
the report of the Commission does not
Inake special reference to this fact.   Pro-
rerbially, rumour is a fitful dame and
lothing is more difficult than to run her
earth.   It was always doubtful whether
fudge Lampman's Commission would be
|ble to fix guilt upon any particular per-
on;   the very nature of the matters in-
lired into and the traditional attitude of
|ie class of persons implicated, made it
ertain that the tracking of the guilty
I'ould be a matter of exceptional difficulty,
[restitutes and professional gamblers are
otoriously the worst possible witnesses.
Ipart from their innate depravity, they
pe always on their defence, and tlieir in-
lincts lead them to cover up crime, not
aly to hide their own wrong-doing, but
protect others, who are in a position to
Italiate if they tell what they know.   It
the difficulty of breaking through this
juble shell, with which the Commission
ks, to deal.    One thing is certain, that
lany  witnesses   have   lied   in   denying
aowledge of gambling.   Men who are no-
Irious professionals in this line of busi-
hss, and whose calling was a matter of
|>mmon knowledge, have denied the fact
ider oath.    What is going to be done
bout it?    Whatever the result of the
lommission, it is impossible that tlie Attorney-General should allow such open and
razen perjury to pass without punishment.   The moral sense of the community
as received a shock and every sense of
Jistice cries out.   What is to be expected
li our Courts hereafter, if men are permitted to perjure themselves with impun-
|y?   It has already been pointed out in
liis connection that perjury is sadly too
]iuch in evidence in the Canadian Courts,
id that it   is  increasing   every year.
Jritish Columbia has hitherto enjoyed an
nmunity from such a plague, and the
iministration of law has been respected
|> a degree unknown in any other Cana-
lian province.    This high standard, so
I'editable to  the  Bench  and  to public
3inion, cannot be maintained in the face
such callousness as many of the wit-
esses in the  recent inquiry have  dismayed;   and there will be a widespread
pmand that the majesty of the law shall
vindicated by the prosecution of the
liief offenders.
IE ANTI-GAMBLING BILL
There will be general regret that Mr.
tiller's Anti-Gambling Bill has not met
■ith a different fate. While it may have
len, as all reform bills are, too drastic,
It to say intolerant in a certain direction,
J cannot be denied that it was a genuine
Itempt to deal effectively with the gamb-
Tig evil, and that if it had been modified
J Committee by the removal of the more
Ijectionable clauses it would have been in
|e best interests of the public that it
ould have found a place on the Statute
loks. As matters stand, it seems pro-
Ible that Mr. McColl's resolutions will
Iss, but there will be no legislation this
Ission. The principal objection to Mr.
Tiler's Bill and the one which has proved
Ial, is that it was regarded as unduly
interfering with the liberty of the subject.
Mr.  Miller was the mouthpiece of the
Moral Reform Association, from whicii
fact it will be seen that he was not in a
position  to  compromise  on  a  principle
which is repugnant to those whom he represented.    The Moral Reform Association, headed by Dr. Shearer, must of necessity   oppose   gambling   in every   form.
Public opinion is not prepared to go as
far as that.   In Canada as in England it is
recognised that the gambling instinct is
inherent in the human race and that to
choke its outlet is simply to create other
difficulties which may be avoided by permitting   it   a   reasonable   latitude.   The
Week stands for individual liberty in this
matter, but is inalienably opposed to professional betting and gambling of every
kind.   If Mr. Miller could have framed
a clause which would have dealt with the
professional book-makers and substituted
an honest system similar, for instance, to
the Paris Mutuelle, he would  have removed the scourge of the race-track and
would still have furnished a reasonable
outlet for the gambling instincts of the
people.   But the Association whicli he represented could not stand for the mildest
form of gambling, and so it was inevitable
that the measure should be defeated.   It
must not, however, be supposed that its
defeat   is   a   triumph   for   professional
gamblers.    The amount of -information
which Mr.  Miller's  committee  has unearthed and which will be published far
and wide in the daily press, will undoubtedly rouse the public conscience to a sense
of the iniquity associated with professional
gambling.   It will enable people to realise
how entirely they are at the mercy of an
unscrupulous system against the machinations of which they have no protection
and do not stand the ghost of a chance
of winning.    It will do something else
through the remarkable revelations as to
the profit made by so-called agricultural
associations, which are merely gambling
clubs in disguise.   Altogether, while the
net result will not be what Mr. Miller
and his friends counted on, their labours
will by no means have been wasted, for
they have turned on the searchlight and
directed attention to evils which will have
to be remedied in short order.   The result
contains a salutory lesson for moral reformers, who have rather taxed the public
patience of late by over-reaching the mark.
They would be well advised to rest on their
oars so far as legislation is concerned and
devote their  energies to an educational
campaign. It is impossible to over-estimate
the value of the services rendered by such
men as Dr. Shearer, who for ten years has
been the most active exponent of the views
of the Lord's Day Alliance and the Moral
Reform  Association.   He  and  his  associates have laid the Dominion under an
obligation whicii will never be discharged.
The Week believes that the educational
campaign,  which is obviously necessary
will be carried forward, not only through
the pulpits and platforms of tlie Dominion,
but on the floor of the House, and that
Dr. Shearer's most exceptional gifts will
find their proper exercise in the House.
Men of his calibre have, through the very
same channels, reached St. Stephen's, a
notable instance being the Rev. Sylvester
Home.    Any Canadian constituency selecting Dr. Shearer would do honour to
itself and would ensure the representation
of the highest ideals of citizenship in a
place where, unfortunately, the standard
in such matters is far too low.
THE WATER QUESTION
With the advent of a new City Engineer it is understood that the water
question will receive immediate attention.
Mr. Smith has already been instructed to
examine and report upon the Smith's Hill
Reservoir, with a view to the remedying
of its defects. The daily press states
that to facilitate his inspection he is to be
furnished with a copy of Mr. Adams' report. It is, however, even more necessary that he should have a copy of the
original specifications, and no doubt when
this catches the eye of the Water Commissioner he will take the hint. But after
all, Smith's Hill Reservoir is but a trifle
alongside the whole question of a water
supply for the city. If Mr. Smith is a
man of any capacity, and his testimonials
justify the conclusion that he is, he will
not waste his time on trifles, but will give
immediate attention to the general question, which, in spite of repeated inquiries
and reports, has not been advanced one iota
during the last four years. Mr. Smith is
a new-comer, with no local affiliations and
no prejudices. Why not turn him loose,
without any suggestions or instructions and
let him find his own bearings on the water
question, and make his own selection from
the many schemes which have been ventilated, and back up his recommendations
by the reasons which appeal to his judgment ? The Week believes that Mr. Smith
is quite competent to do this and that he
could do it inside of a month. The general principles which must guide a conclusion are very simple ancl easily mastered by a competent engineer. One of the
chief advantages of installing an outsider
in the engineering department is that the
city has secured someone who is free from
the influences which have so far succeeded
in frustrating every effort to give Victoria
a good water system. The sooner Mr.
Smith's opinion is known, the better, for
there is little doubt that the citizens will
support his recommendations and insist
that they be carried out without delay.
DALLAS ROAD FORESHORE
Aid. W. H. Langley is a wise man in
selecting one important public work and
deciding to devote his attention to it. He
could render no greater service to the city
than in ensuring the successful completion
of a scheme for erecting a permanent and
substantial sea wall on the Dallas Road.
This is Victoria's most popular promenade
and marine drive; it is not excelled in
beauty and attractiveness by any on the
Pacific Coast; it has been grossly neglected
by successive Councils, and there is nothing to be hoped for from the present
Mayor and Council. Its neglect finds a
counterpart in the disgraceful and disgusting condition of the foreshore of Ross Bay
Cemetery. If Aid. Langley will combine
these two works and see them properly
carried out, he will deserve and receive
the thanks of every citizen in Victoria.
ANOTHER CHARLATAN
Three years ago The Week succeeded
in adminitsering a quietus to thc Victoria
charlatan who was coining money by the
sale of a cheap medicine whicii he called
the Cancer Cure. In the process the
Editor of The Week had to run tho gauntlet of an action for libel, in whicli he received the voluntary aid of the late Sir
William Broadbent, the King's Physician.
At the risk of another libel action, in defence of which that distinguished aid
would no longer be available, Tho Week
ventures to brand R. D. Evans of Brandon, Man., as a charlatan of the worst and
most dangerous type.   He is running a full
page advertisement in a Vancouver paper,
headed in large type, "Brandon, Manitoba,
Canada, The Home of the Evans Cancer
Cure."   Lower down he speaks of himself!
as the discoverer  of  the  Evans  Cancer
Cure, and, at the foot of one of the testimonials there  is  a note signed  R.  D.
Evans to the effect that the patient referred to was suffering from the disease
and that it was "firmly seated."   At the
bottom of the page are these words: "Send
this to some sufferer.   Tell him there is a
cure for cancer.   Write to R. D. Evans,
Brandon, Man."   The balance of the advertisement consists of five testimonials
and the inevitable picture of the eminent
discoverer  of  a Cancer  Cure.   All The
Week has to say about the matter is that
on the authority of the most eminent of
living scientists, there is today no cancer
cure.    In the next place that any man
who advertises such a cure is a faker and
a public pest, who, in the interests of suffering humanity, should be promptly be
taken in hand by the police.   And finally
that any newspaper which prints such an
advertisement is scarcely less blameable
than the faker himself.   It does it solely
for dollars and cents and has not the excuse which the faker sometimes has—ignorance.   The publication of such advertisements, which make a claim diametrically  opposed  to  the  determinations  of
science and to the public interest should
be illegal.
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE
On Thursday last the Victoria Colonist
published an editorial, which, as an exhibition of bad   taste   and  mal-adroitness
could hardly have been excelled.   The only
charitable view is that the editor was taking a holiday, and  that,  for  once, the
editorial pen was weilded by a prentice
hand, as in the days when those wonderful
musi :al and dramatic criticisms were wont
to appear.   Few men, even among Canadians, would be guilty of the utter bad
form of instituting a comparison between
our beloved Queen Victoria and His Majesty, the King. Sane, right-minded people
do not make   such   comparisons.   While
Queen Victoria lived, every loyal British
subject outside a lunatic asylum, believed
her to be the best monarch in the world.
Today every sane British subject believes
the same of tlie King.   But, what shall be
thought of tho man calling himself a British subject, in spite of the fact that only
a few years ago he foreswore allegiance
to the British Throne in a neighbouring
city, who could write tlie following:—
"There never has been a Sovereign on the
British Throne who had such a hold upon
popular confidence as that possessed by
His Majesty.   Queen Victoria, while personally esteemed to a degree that no one
can hope to surpass, was never able to appeal to the popular imagination quite as
Edward VII has done."   The Week confesses that for once its vocabulary is unequal to the occasion, but on behalf of millions of His Majesty's subjects who revere
the memory of Queen Victoria and who
share with her illustrious son the conviction that she was not only the best, but
the wisest of  monarchs,. The   Week implores somebody in authority to muzzle thc
man whose vagaries may not all have been
spent on the atrocity quoted above. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 191°
The Week is the Best Advertising Medium in
British Columbia, Exchanges with Every Paper in
the Province, and with a good many in the
Dominion.   The Week circulates to Paid
Subscribers in the following places:
VICTORIA
VANCOUVER
ESQUIMALT
ALDERMERE
ARMSTRONG
ALBERNI
ASHCROFT
ARROWHEAD
BEAVER POINT
SALT SPRING ISLAND
BEATON
BANFF, Alta.
CAMP McKINNEY
CRANBROOK
COWICHAN  STATION
COWICHAN  LAKE
CAMBORNE
CHEMAINUS
CROFTON
PETERBOROUGH, Ont.
MONTREAL, Que.
CARIBOO, B.C.
.LAYOQUOT, B.C.
iECHART, B.C.
WINNIPEG, Man.
JARSON, B.C.
JAVANOS, B.C.
COLQUITZ, B.C.
CHILLIWACK, B.C.
OTTAWA, ONT.
150-MILE HOUSE, B.C.
KIMBERLEY, B.C.
METCHOSIN, B.C.
TULAMUN CITY, B.C.
MILNES  LANDING
MILNES* LAND'G, B.C.
HOSMER, B.C.
PRESTON, Ont.
TOD INLET, B.C.
WILMER, B.C.
SASKATOON, Sask.
PORT SIMPSON, B.C.
COUTLEE, B.C.
FOUR-MILE HOUSE,
V.I., B.C.
KERRISDALE, B.C.
GLACIER, B.C.
LOWER NICOLA, B.C.
BRANDON, Man.
DAWSON, Y.T.
MT. SICKER, B.C.
REGINA, Sask.
HAMILTON, Ont.
COMAPLIX
CALGARY, Alta.
CUMBERLAND
DUNCANS
ENDERBY
EHOLT
GRANITE CREEK
GRAND FORKS
GOLDEN
GREENWOOD
GANGES HARBOUR
Salt Spring Island
GALIANO ISLAND
HEDLEY
HAGANS
HAZELTON
KELOWNA
KEATINGS
KEREMEOS
COWICHAN BAY, B.C.
EDMONTON, Alta.
QUESNEL FORKS, B.C.
FIFE, B.C.
EHOLT, B.C.
HALCYON, B.C.
BULLION, B.C.
COMOX, B.C.
AGASSIZ, B.C.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask.
ATLIN, B.C.
QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ISLANDS, B.C.
QUATSINO, B.C.
ROCK CREEK, B.C.
GATEWAY, B.C.
PENDER ISLAND, B.C.
KIMBERLEY, B.C.
NAHUM, B.C.
NORTHPORT ,B.C.
GABRIOLA ISL., B.C.
TULFORD  HARBOUR,
B.C.
SAVANOS, B.C.
CORFIELD, B.C.
FRENCH CREEK, B.C.
SLOCAN JCT., B.C.
COBBLE HILL, B.C.
KISPIOX VALLEY, B.C.
FERGUSON, B.C.
CRESTON, B.C.
PEACHLAND, B.C.
HALIFAX, N.S.
BELLA COOLA, B.C.
TORONTO, Ont.
KAMLOOPS
KITSALAS
KASLO
LORNE CREEK
MIDWAY
MAYNE ISLAND
MARYSVILLE
MOYIE
NICOLA
NICOLA LAKE
NORTH VANCOUVER
NANAIMO
NELSON
NEW DENVER
NORTH SAANICH
ARLINGTON P.O.
NEW ALBERNI
NEW  WESTMINSTER
PENTICTON
LADYSMITH, B.C.
DELTA, B.C.
BANFIELD, B.C.
NANTON, Alta.
BEAUMONT, B.C.
SOOKE, B.C.
MISSION CITY, B.C.
KITLUMGAR, B.C.
OKANAGAN, B.C.
STETTLER, Alta.
EPWORTH, B.C.
SODA CREEK, B.C.
KENORA, Ont.
MITLAKATLA, B.C.
HARRISON HOT
SPRINGS, B.C.
HORNBY ISLAND, B.C.
LYTTON, B.C.
BANFIELD, B.C.
CLINTON, B.C.
SHAWNIGAN LAKE,
B.C.
PARRY SOUND, Ont.
ST. JOHN'S, P.Q.
ALMONTE, Ont.
WESTHOLME, B.C.
EBURNE, B.C.
GOLDSTREAM, B.C.
SARDIS, B.C.
SANDON, B.C.
MINSKUISH, B.C.
FOREMAN, Alta.
GABRIOLA ISL., B.C.
WHITEMORSE, Y.T.
MONTE CREEK, B.C.
PHOENIX
PRINCEON
PORT ESSINGTON
PRINCE RUPERT
PARKSVILLE
ROCK CREEK
REVELSTOKE
ROSSLAND
SLUGGETT
SLOCAN CITY
SIDNEY
STEWART CITY
TURGOOSE
TRAIL
VERNON
WARDNER
YMIR
PIER ISLAND, B.C.
WHITEWATER, B.C.
WILLIAM HEAD, B.C.
SOMENOS, B.C.
MOUNT TOLMIE, B.C.
COBOURG SIDING, B.C
NORTHSIDNEY, B.C.
FIELD, B.C.
PINE ISLAND, B.C.
SILVERTON, B.C.
SEATTLE, Wash.
STRAITS SETTLEM'TS
BALLARD, Wash.
CHICAKO, ILL.
PORTLAND, Ore.
LODI, Cal.
GRANGEVILLE, Idaho.
TACOMA, Wash.
SPOKANE, Wash.
SANTA CRUZ, Cal.
DULUTH, Minn.
SAN ANGEL, Mex.
STEPHEN, Minn.
NEW YORK, N.Y.
CHICAPOO FALLS,
Mass.
LONDON, Eng.
BIRMINGHAM, Eng.
BROXBURNE,
Herts., Eng.
BRIDGEWORTH,
Salop, Eng.
CAMBRIDGE, Eng.
GLASTONBURY, Eng.
At The Street
Corner i
I
By THE LOUNQBR
A certain amount of indignation is
apparent on the street corners at the
proposed closing of saloons at 11
o'clock at night, and the prohibition
of alcoholic liquor being sold in restaurants after that hour. Such an act
is more than farcical, and the only
thing which can be said in its favour
is that it will never be observed. A
celebrated book was once written entitled "If .Christ came to Chicago."
This was from the pen of W. T. Stead.
Another one will shortly appear under
the heading "If Christ Came to Victoria," and it will be written by the
Lounger. The subject matter will be
taken from the text according to the
Gospel of St. Matthew, 23rd chapter,
27th verse, which reads as follows:—
"Woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, Hypocrites. Yc are like unto
whitcd sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within
full of dead men's bones, and of all
uncleanness." The Council, headed
by our most worthy and respected
Mayor, on whom bc peace, seem determined to follow the example of
Lady  Henry  Somerset;  but if they
succeed in their attempt, it is the
pious wish of The Lounger that they
will meet with the retribution which
they will deserve. I am not a peculiarly vicious person, but I have the
sense to realise that as long as the
world lasts there will always be a
certain amount of vice of one kind
or another, and to my mind it is far
better to legitimatise it, whereby it
can be kept under supervision, than
to prohibit it and thereby force people to break the law, and cause Royal
Commissions.
Undoubtedly the wealthy man staying at a first-class hotel will be able
to take his best girl and her mother
into the grill-room. Will be able to
buy them wine or any other kind of
liquor. He has the price and is enabled to stay at a house which is
not included in the by-law. But how
about the shop-assistant? How about
the small commission worker? How
about the Lounger? Why should we
be shut off from taking our best girls
and their mothers to houses which
more nearly approximate to our
purses? No self-respecting man can
take his sweetheart and her chaperon
to the show without at least offering
them supper afterwards; and if they
accept he cannot do less than ask
them what they want to drink. But
our noble Mayor in his wisdom says:
"No. Give them tea or coffee; something soft." Oh, whited sepulchres;
it makes me feel kind of tired, don't
you know.
There is a very strong feeling that
the new Mounted Police should bc
selected from men who have seen service, either in the R.N.W.M.P. or in
South Africa. But it would appear
that these men are not favourably
looked upon by the authorities. Local
influence is of more avail than active
service, and men who have proved
that they are possessed of grit do not
seem to have much of a "show" when
their competitor happens to be a Native Son, Odd, isn't it? It is not as
if the Native Son were extremely
patriotic. We have heard a great
deal about the Canadian contingent
which served in South Africa, but
when all is said and done, at least
90 per cent, of them were Britishers
and Remittance men.
*     *     *
I have recently made a few remarks
with respect to dogs and to dog
shows. I should now like to say
something about cats, because I am
1 very fond of cats. I know three cats
in this town personally and one of
them is a freak. He is a retriever and
an excellent one at that. Another
is a leaper and could make his fortune on the stage. The third is a
white one and has a great penchant
for going asleep. But why is it that
the average man holds a cat in great
contempt? They may possibly not be
man's best friend, but when they do
get to know you they are just as affectionate as a dog or a horse, aud
very much easier to handle than the
Headquarters for choice nursery stock J
Apple, pear, cherry, plum and peach tree/
and small fruits, also ornamental treesj
shrubs, roses, evergreens, etc. Largest and
best assorted stock  in  British  Columbia.
Ten per cent, cash discount on all orders]
above $10.00.
PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE ON
APPLICATION.
_A SMachine That Has No Equal
The Underwood Typewriter
Sold by Baxter & Johnson
809 Government Street       - Office Supplies
What can be more enjoyable than a glass
of sparkling Burgundy or genuine imported,
high grade, Claret f If you want the best
ask for SCHMIDT'S.
"RADIGER & JANION
1318 Wharf Street 'British Columbia Agents
WHIS-PER
ASK FOR
Blue Funnel Scotch Whiskey
AND
Perrier Water
Gilbey's Livalid Port, pint, 75c; quart  $-t-aS
Penfold's Australian Doctor's Port, per qt. bottle $i.2y*l
Gilbey's St. Merlot Claret, qt. bottle, 75c; per case $7.50
Gilbey's Madeira Wine, per bottle  $1.00
Lyons' Crown Port, per bottle $1.00
Lyons' 2-Crown Port, per bottle  $1.25
Lyons' 3-Crown Port, per bottle          $1.50
Lyons'5-Crown Port—finest procurable—per bottle $2.00
3-Star Glenlivet Scotch, per bot., 85c; Imp. qt. $1.25; per gal..$4.50
DIXI H. ROSS & CO.
Independent Grocers and Wine Merchants
Tels.: 50, 51, 52 and 1590 1317 Government Street
latter. I knew a cat once, I bought
it oh commission, and she indulged
in fits; she finally fitted herself into
a lime tub and had to be sent to the
vet's. But she was a nice cat at other
times. A cat is such a companionable
animal when you are having tea. It
beats a dog when the tea-pot is there
all the time. A cat is also a nice
thing to stroke and it is always polite
enough to show its appreciation by
purring. No one ever heard a dog
purr. Probably they had too much
sense to wait and listen for it. But
still, there is a certain satisfaction
in having one's attentions appreciated
and for that reason I contend that
the cats in this world do not have
the consideration extended to them to
which they are entitled. All the above
is a genuine expression of opinion,
but it must not be supposed that I
have the same affection for the feline
tribe when they hold concerts at
night.
*     *     *
What a horrible day Sunday is in
Victoria! I have said this on at least
three occasions before, but I intend
to continue saying it, until something is done to alleviate the condition of the unfortunate bachelor, possessed of merely a bedroom. What
is there to do? A band concert has
been contracted for at Beacon Hill
Park; if my information is correct,
a series of twenty-five was to be delivered. I was up at the Park last
Sunday, and was informed by the
Park policeman that owing to the fact
that it might rain there would be no
concert. In this connection I would
like to point out that there was no
rain at all last Sunday. If you come
into town on a Sunday there is not
a thing to do, except go to church
and that does not take up the whole
day.    No mail can be collected,
cause the Pharisees have been bu
and have closed the Post-Office,
the good of no one, but for the inccj
venience of many.      There    are
shows to be seen, because the oil
thing we encourage is an occasioi)
lecture by a Socialist orator.   T_\.
are no drinks to be had, because
live in the civilized Western  Coil
try, which is too virtuous to confo]
with the    morals    which    are go
enough for the Mother-land,    If
present system continues I can
the time coming when there willI
no meals to be had either.   So lol
as  our   Mayor  and  Aldermen  ha
their own homes, the condition of 1
unattached bachelor bids fair to bi
bad one.
*     *     *
Not very long ago, time, date
proof can be produced if necessa|
an automobile was speeding at
wood.    It   passed   a   team   and
driver of the same had the great|
difficulty in arresting his horses,
speed was estimated at fifty miles J
hour; probably it was rather less,
it  was   evident  that  it  was  far I
excess of the speed limit.   It wal
hired car.   Far be it from me to bla|
any man for speeding;  I know
pleasures of it myself, but I do bla
a man for not taking the speed
when  he   sees   horses  in  the  re
Some  horses  are  broken into ci
others  are  not,  and  no  driver
confidently assert that he knows
such  and   such   a   horse  is  brol
There is too much speeding round
City, and though I hate the ide.
police traps I think that sometl
of that  kind will  soon  have tol
done.   And, while I am talking alf
automobiles, I might mention anol
thing:   There   are,   to   my   cer|
(Continued on Page 14) THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
MUSIC
AND  THE   STAGE
The Arion Club
That the Arion Club is one of the
most popular institutions in Victoria
was proved last Wednesday, when a
crowded house met to hear the second concert if the eighteenth season
of the Club. Mr. E. Howard Russell
is to be congratulated for the way
in which he had worked up his choir
for Danby's "Awake, Aeolian Lyre."
Mr. Herbert J. Cave is a pleasing
tenor. It is some time since I have
leard him sing, but I thought that
lis performance of Wednesday last
.clipsed anything that I have heard
lim do before. I consider that he
tvas more than entitled to his enures. As a 'cellist, Mr. Beresford
7ox reminded me much of Noel John-
ion, who has a very high reputation
n the Old Country. The bowing
vas exsellent, and I was only sorry
hat his numbers were not more fre-
juent. This paragraph would not be
:omplete   without   mention   of   Mr.
tar. He knows that nothing produces a worse effect than third-rate
scenery and paltry accessories. No
one could wish to see a play better
staged than "Zaza" was on Thursday
night. Coming to the personnel of
the troupe it is impossible not to be
greatly surprised at the excellence of
the leading lady. Miss Verna Felton
played a difficult part in a manner
which would have been acceptable in
any metropolitan theatre. She is
young, vivacious and graceful, and
possesses a rare sense of humour. She
was just as effective in the humorous
touches with which the character is
relieved, as in the tragic, or pathetic
parts; and this is very rarely the case,
especially with a young actress. While
she lacked a little of that voluptuousness which the character demands,
and with which it was endowed so
generously by Mrs. Leslie Carter, her
acting was all that could be desired.
It can hardly be said that the part
fitted her like a glove, which makes
her success all the more praiseworthy.
Miss Felton is an emotional actress
of a very high order, who may not
improbably become a successful star.
The support was good all round.
The leading man, Mr. Irving Kennedy, was very   acceptable;    his ap-
Robert Mantell, Victoria Theatre, W ednesday,  April  13th
Ussell's setting of "The Sands of
be." It was excellent in every re-
|ect and I was pleased to see that
many music lovers in the house
Ipreciated it. The Arion Club has
Ice more proved that it has a right
[be considered the Musical Club of
Capital City.
The Allen Stock Co.
Irhe Allen Stock Company opened
lthe Victoria Theatre on Thursday
Vht, presenting the popular play
\za." The theatre was filled with
(appreciative audience and the com-
liy received sufficient applause to
[isfy anyone.   This was due, first of
to the excellent mounting and
King.   No stock company, and very
star companies have brought to
Itoria as good scenery and as beau-
|l dresses. Mr. Allen is evidently
jianager who does not believe in
liling the ship  for a ha'porth of
pearance and manner are all in his
favour; he has a good voice; a fine
stage presence and is an exceptional
elocutionist. In the part of Bernard
Dufresne he was a little lacking in
force and fire, but suggested possibilities of success in romantic roles.
Undoubtedly his talent lies in that
direction. Miss Marie Thompson
looked and acted well. Mr. Chas.
Ayres as Cascart acted well, but was
a little too noisy and might well tone
down his interpretation. On the other
hand Mrs. Clara Allen, who played
a character part with conspicuous
skill, might with advantage borrow a
little of Mr. Ayres' emphasis. On the
whole, the most exacting critic can
have nothing but praise for a performance which was strong in every
point and which was undoubtedly a
revelation to Victoria in the work of
stock companies.
(Continued on Page 16)
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COMMENCING
Thursday, April 7
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND
The Allen Players
Opening With Mrs. Leslie's Carter's
Great Success, entitled
ZAZA
Prices—25c, 50c, 75c.
Matinee on Saturday afternoon.
Watch newspapers for further announcements.
Wednesday, April 13
Mr. Wm. A. Brady announces
_ Mr. Mantell
In a revival of Shakespeare's
Great Play
MACBETH
Prices 50c to $2.00
Thursday, April 14
Martin & Emery Co.'s Complete Production of the World's Greatest
Operatic Sensation
The
RED MILL
Music by Victor Herbert
Book by Henry Blossom
Presented with every detail as
characterized its unparalleled engagements of One Whole Year, Knickerbocker Theatre, New York; Four
Months Grand Opera House, Chicago; Three Months Colonial Theatre,
Boston; with a select company of
60—SIXTY PEOPLE—60
Including Bert O. Swor as Con-
Kidder; Frank Woods as Kid-Connor.
THE FAMOUS DUTCH KIDDIES
A BEAUTY CHORUS OF FORTY
AND A SPECIAL AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
Victor Herbert's  Song Hits—The
Streets of New York, Every Day is
Ladies' Day with Me, Because You're
You, Whistle It, Go While the Goin's
Good, Mignonette, A Widow Has
Ways, Good-a-Bye John, The Isle of
Our Dreams, You Never Can Tell
About a Woman, I Want You to
Marry Me.
Seat Sale opens Tuesday.
Prices—50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50.
Interesting
Instructive
ROMANO
THEATRE
A visit to our amusement house will prove that we have the best
in Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs.
Daily from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m., and 7 until 11 p.m.
Saturday performances commence at 1 p.m. sharp.
Complete change every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
ADMISSION—Ten Cents; Children at Matinee, Five Cents.
ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE.
n/ULTTIC
THEATRE
Yates Street, Just Below Government
where you can see the latest and best Motion Pictures
money and skill can produce. Illustrated songs. Continuous performance daily from 2 to 5.30—7 to 11.
Admission—10 cents;  Children to Matinee, 5 cents.
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
PANTAGES
THEATRE
Week of April 11
Last Added Week of
Hunt's
Musical Comedy
Company
Presenting
Spalding's
Dillemma
Every Line a Scream
Every Song a Hit
io-MUSICAL NUMBERS-io
20—PEOPLE—20
Prices—15c, 25c; boxes, 50c.
THE
New Grand
Week of April 11
Fresh from European Triumps
MAUDE HALL MACY & CO.
in
''The Magpie and The Jay"
Late of Dockstader's Minstreli
John Harlanc
CORCORAN and DIXON
In Burnt Cork Eccentricities
BILLY ELWOOD
The Jolly Tar in Original
Diversions
BOYLE BROTHERS
In Their Juggling Novelty
"Clubdom and Hoopland"
THOS. J. PRICE
NEW MOVING PICTURES
OUR  OWN   ORCHESTRA
Empress Theatre
WiV_._VK_t__.__ STBSBT
UNDEB HEW HAHAOEMEHT
MUSIC A SPECIALTY
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOB LADIES AHD CKXLDBEH
Entire Renovation
BEST MOVING PICTURE SHOW OH THB MARKET THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
The Week
A Provincial Review and Magazine, published every Saturday by
•THE WEEK" PUBLISHING
;     COMPANY, LIMITED.
.Published at VICTORIA and VANCOUVER
1208   Government St.,  Victoria, B.C.
W. BLAKEMORE, Editor
A  Pleasing   Ceremony
On March 31st a unique ceremony
took place in the Executive  Council
jChamber   of  the   Provincial    Parliament.   In pursuance of the new Civil
Service regulations, William Gordon,
Esq., Chief Clerk, was superannuated
;and about sixty of his colleagues in
•the Service took advantage of the occasion to signify their high appreciation of Mr. Gordon's personal char-
■acter   and   valued    services.    Every
'chair in the Council Chamber was occupied and the presentation was made
'by the venerable Col. Wolfenden, I. S.
|0., V.O., the Ki.ig's Printer.   In addition  to the beautifully illuminated
[address, the wording of which is reproduced below, the presentation included a library    chair    and a gold
locket.   There were many expressions
; of kindly feeling from Mr. Gordon's
fellow members    in the    Service, to
'which he replied in appropriate terms.
.Not only in the Parliament Buildings,
'but among outsiders who have had the
pleasure of doing business with Mr.
Gordon's department, there is universal regret at his retirement.   No man
has made more friends, or more impressed the public with his sincerity
and honour.    He is indeed a gentleman of the old school, and represents
the highest type of English Civil Service employees.    Mr. Gordon's successor will do well if he is able to
maintain the traditions of the office
which has been so faithfully administered and so jealously guarded by
Mr. Gordon.
To William Gordon, Esq., Chief Clerk,
Provincial Secretary's Office, Victoria:
Upon the occasion of your leaving
the Public Service of the Province of
British Columbia, the undersigned, on
behalf of a number of your friends in
the Service, desire to express to you
their regret at your retirement, and
to convey to you, in some slight tangible form, the esteem and regard in
which you are held not only by your
William Gordon, Esq.
associates in the Service, but by your
many friends throughout the Province.
During a period extending over
many years, your connection with the
Imperial Service, as well as with the
Federal and Provincial Governments,
has been of a highly valuable character, and the important duties which
you have so long and faithfully performed have been of the greatest
benefit to the various departments in
which you have held positions.
You carry with you into private life
the very best wishes of your friends
for your future welfare, coupled with
thc hope that you may be spared for
many years to enjoy a well-earned
rest.
We trust you will accept the accompanying token of the respect and esteem of your friends.
R. WOLFENDEN,
J. A. ANDERSON,
P. WALKER,
Committee.
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.,
31st March, 1910.
The Victoria Choral Society
The Victoria Choral Society was
formed during the beginning of January, 1910, through the work of Miss
Saunders, who, unaided, secured the
promise of a membership of seventy
and to whom is due the entire credit
of the society's existence.
Practices for the works to be given
in Victoria Theatre on April 27th,
next, were begun on January 12th,
and have been held regularly every
week since.
The works chosen are (1) "The
Swan and the Skylark," by Goring
Thomas, and (2) "The Pied Piper of
Hamelin," by Sir H. C. Parry. The
words of the former are by Mrs.
Hemans with one or two inserts
from Keat's and another. The music
is very beautiful, beginning in a sad
strain, the death song of the swan,
and gradually working up to the song
of the skylark, the tempo gradually
increasing throughout. The soloists,
Mrs. Grace Bradley TaHman (nee
Miss Grace Helen Bradley) Tacoma,
Wash., Mr. Herbert J. Cave, Vancouver, and Mrs. Gideon Hicks, and Mr,
Clement Goss, both of Victoria, are
all well and favourably known. The
former lady has sung here very acceptably on many former occasions,
once for the Arion Club and in three
renditions of Haydn's "Creation." Mr.
Cave has been studying under Mr. C.
C. Bethune and his advance in his
chosen profession was well evidenced
at last Wednesday's Arion Club concert.   Mrs. Hicks and Mr. Goss are
both valued members of the society
and are both cultured musicians.
"The Pied Piper of Hamelin" is a
musical setting to Robert Browning's
poem by Sir Hubert Parry, and is an
exceedingly clever composition. At
the present time it becomes particu
larly apropos, particularly in the
verse—
At last the people in a body
To the Town Hall came flocking:
'"Tis clear," cried they, "our Mayor's
a  noddy,
And as for our corporation—shocking.
To think we buy gowns lined with
ermine,
For dolts that can't or won't determine
What's best to rid us of our vermin!
You hope, because you're old and
obese,
To find in the furry civic robe ease?
Rouse up sirs;
Give your brains a racking
To find the remedy we're lacking,
Or, sure as fate,
We'll send you packing.
Mr. E. Howard Russell, B.A., the
talented leader of the Arion Club,
has consented to take the part of
"The Pied Piper," and owing to the
regrettable and serious illness of Mr.
Geo. Phillips, the Managing Director
of the Musical Society, Mr. Clement
Goss has very kindly consented to
take the role of "The Major."
The society has secured the patronage of His Hon. the Lieutenant-
Governor and Mrs. Paterson, and the
Hon. Richard McBride for the concert and the demand for tickets has
already begun.
Ticket holders will have one day
clear in which to reserve their seats,
viz., Monday, April 25th. On the following day the plan will be open to
the general public.
Inasmuch as no member of the society which includes the conductor,
Mr. Gideon Hicks, and the brilliant
accompanist, Miss Miles, A.R.C.M., is
receiving any remuneration whatever
it is hoped that the music loving
people of Victoria will show their in
terest in making the society's fi-tatl
concert a pronounced success. Any!
surplus of funds, after expenses have|
been met, will be devoted to the fur-[
therance of the work of the society.|
Her Chances Getting Slim
Ethel—My husband must be a well-j
bred man. I would like to marry in-j
to an old family, wouldn't you?
Kate (sadly)—Yes, any old family. ]
WATER NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that an ap
plication will be made under Part V. 0:
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li
cence in the Division of Victoria Dis
trict.
(a) The name of Company ln full
West Coast Power Co.,  Limited.
The head office, 514 Fort St., Vic
toria,  B.C.
The capital, how divided, showim
amount paid up—10,000 divided into on
hundred $100 shares, $500 paid up.
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner'l
Certificate No., not for mining purposesL
(b) The name of the lake, stream ol
source (if unnamed, the description isl
Nitinat River.
The point of diversion is at a poin
about  2  miles from  the mouth of
Nitinat River.
(d) The quantity of water applied fo]
(in cubic feet per second) 3,000 2nd f
(e) The character of the propose
works is a power plant for the genen
tion of electricity for industrial pui
poses.
(f) The premises on which the wate
is to be used (describe same), a dam (
weir is to be placed across river imm
diately above intake and water to t
conveyed to Power House below Intal
at some point on the land along tl
bank of the Nitinat River about 01
mile below intake.
(g) The purposes for which the wati
is to be used—power purposes.
(h) If for Irrigation describe the lai
intended to be irrigated, giving acrea;
Not for irrigation.
(i) If  the  water   Is   to  be  used  fl
power or mining purposes describe ta
place where the water ls to be return!
to some natural  channel,  and the d
ference ln altitude between point of •
version and point of return.   The
is to be returned to the Nitinat  .
at a point within one mile below tf
Intake.    Difference in altitude, 150 fe|
(j) Area of Crown land intended
be occupied by the proposed works,
acres.
(k) This  notice  was  posted  on
22nd day of March, 1910, and applicatl|
will be made to the Commissioner
the 3rd day of May, 1910.
(1) Give the names and addresses |
any riparian proprietors or licensees ■
or whose lands are likely to be affectl
by the proposed works, either above f
below the outlet—the Crown. Ch|
Todd, Victoria, B.C.
Attach copy of    such    parts    of
Company's memorandum  of associatl
as   authorize   the   proposed   appllcatf
and works.
Signature—
WEST COAST POWER CO., LTD.,
Lorenzo Alexander, DirectJ
P.O.  Address—
P.O. Box 724, Victoria,^
OF
PORTLAND CANAL, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Capital $500,000, Divided
Into 500,000 Shares of
One Dollar Par Value
NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY
BAERISTERS
Pooley, Luxton and Pooley Victoria, B.C.
BANKERS
Imperial Bank of Canada Victoria, B.C.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
A. G. Howard Potts, Broker Victoria, B.C.
Henry B. Thomson, M.P.P., of Turner, Beeton & Co., Victoria, B.C.
Henry A. Bulwer, of M. Des Brisay & Co Victoria, B.C.
Robert H. Pooley, Barrister Victoria, B.C.
R. G. Monteith, Broker  Victoria, B.C.
For the Purpose of Development
Work we are Offering for the
Company a small issue of Treas=
ury Stock at 30 Cents per share
Situated at the canyon on Bear River, twelve miles from Stewart, one and a half miles from the Red Cliff mines, with the promised railroad being
built by D. D. Mann passing close to the tunnel mouth, this property, comprising eight valuable claims, all of which return high assays, is looked upon
as one of excellent promise.
POR SHARES OR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
F. W. Stevenson & Co.
BROKERS FOR THE COMPANY
14-16 Mahon Building
1114 Qovernment Street THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
VICTORIA CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that objections have been filed with me against the following persons' names being retained on the List of Voters for the above
district on the grounds set forth.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I will, on Monday, the 2nd day of May, 1910, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Bastion Square, Victoria, hold a Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing and determining said objections.
Unless the person objected to or some other Provincial Voter on his behalf appears at the said Court and satisfies me that the said objection is
not well founded, I shall strike the name of the person so objected to off the said list.
Dated this 5th day of April, 1910.
HARVEY  COMBE, Registrar of Voters.
•Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Residence
Profession, Trade or Calling
■Adair, John 	
[Adair, Thomas 	
|*\dams, Herbert William	
lAdams, Thomas Leithwaite ..
lAgar, George  	
l\guettaz,  Michael   	
lAinslie,   William   	
I-Mcorn, Duncan Rudolph ....
Klderson, George Albert 	
lUderson, Jonathan	
I-Uexanderson, Charles	
I\llen, William James  	
IVmbrose, Joshua Thomas ....
I-Vnderson, Anders   	
I-Vnderson, Albert	
I^nderson, Harry	
I-Uiderson, Harry	
IVnderson, James 	
IVndrews, Pat Jno. Alexander
Ivndrews, William Thomas ..
fVngus, George Sims  	
Vnthony, Maurice 	
Lppleby, Herbert  	
Iirnold, Frank  	
Irtley, Thomas Edward  ....
Ishby, Edward John 	
Lshton, Herbert  Stone  	
Ltkinson, Frank Elmer  	
labbagc, Frederick  	
jabchuck, Alex	
ackus, Thomas Joe	
§ailey, William Edward 	
taker, Arthur   	
laker, Edwin Ernest  	
laker,  Evan   	
laker, George  	
M er, John   	
laker, Stephen	
laldwin, Alfred  1..
Jalfour, David M	
lalharrie,  James   	
lallantine, William  	
lansan, Charles 	
[apty, Walter	
Jarber, John 	
arbour, Chas. Hunter 	
larker, Harry  	
larlow, John Burford   	
larlow, Thomas Andrew ....
larnett, Charles Montague ..
larrett, John	
Jarrett, Louis	
lartlett, William 	
layley, Chas. Stanley 	
leadle, Chas. Graydon 	
leanlands, Arthur John 	
leaton, James  	
leaton, Malcolm McLeod   ..
I'eavan, Robt. Arthur 	
leilby, John Frederick	
tell, George Thomas	
jell, Robt. Arthur  	
tell, William Jeffrey 	
[ell, William  	
fell, William 	
leneman,  Charles   	
lensen, Albert Jesse 	
erks, Robt. Bartlett  	
erryman, Frederick T	
lest, William 	
lest, Winfred Hugh Francis .
lirnie, Thos. Carfrue 	
Jrtwistlc, William 	
lishop, Herbert   	
littancourt, Fred. Joseph	
Jlack, David 	
(lack, Geo. Alexander 	
Ilackburn, George Samuel ...
[lackett, Robert Cuthbert ...
Jlackstock, Clarence Westley
lake, George   	
Wake, Stewart  	
[laker, Phillip  	
lance, Robert 	
lane, Rubcrt Rutherford —
Tight, Henry Stephen 	
[oom, John H	
loomfield, James 	
Joor, Edwin Arthur 	
|unden, Charles 	
Iidley, Alfred 	
I)is, Joseph  	
[ika, John  	
Llletti, Vittoria 	
tnsfield, Walter Stanton ...
Loth, Wm. Henry 	
Issi, Henry  	
Tuter, Chas. Henry 	
Iwden, John Lindsay 	
Iwen, Frank Ernest 	
Iwers, John 	
Iwman, Ebenezer	
lyce, Alfred Charles 	
ladshaw, James 	
Ity, Arthur Eagland	
Ickell, Jas. Corwin 	
Jghtweil, George William .
Iscoe,  Thomas   	
Iiadbcnt. Claude D	
|)oker, Thomas  	
lioks, James  	
Room 24, Five Sisters Block	
Room 24, Five Sisters Block 	
43 Princess Avenue  	
2923 Sumas Street 	
960 Heywood Street 	
Colonial Hotel  	
39 Hillside Avenue 	
714 Kings Road  	
194 Cook Street  	
58 Pembroke Street	
Russ House 	
1407 Government Street  	
Queens Hotel, Store Street 	
Occidental Hotel  	
Russ House, Johnson Street  	
Russ House, Johnson Street  	
1717 Blanchard Street	
Driard Hotel 	
121 Croft Street 	
223 Pandora Avenue 	
97 Quadra Street  	
California   Hotel   	
Earle Street, Foul Bay 	
865 Caledonia Avenue 	
858 Pandora Avenue  	
822 Pioneer Street 	
88 Dallas Road 	
Atlantic Hotel 	
30 Blanchard Avenue 	
Cor. McClure and Collinson Streets  ...
Colonial Hotel, Johnson Street	
1915 Douglas Street 	
134 Johnson Street, Room 18 	
710 Johnson Street 	
89 Chatham Street	
195 Yates Street 	
23 Ellice Street 	
66 Pembroke Street	
Grand Pacific Hotel, Johnson Street ...
426 Parry Street  	
545 Johnson Street	
710 Market Street  '.	
Grand Pacific Hotel  	
1106 Douglas Street 	
S. E. Cor. Niagara and Oswego Streets
Driard Hotel 	
52 Pandora Street 	
King Edward Hotel 	
92 Fort Street  	
821 Pandora Street 	
1425 Store Street 	
133 Cormorant Street  	
Colonial Hotel 	
840 Johnson Street 	
Hotel Canada  	
Burdette Avenue	
Pacific Hotel 	
685  Heywood Avenue   	
12 Market Street 	
756 Courtenay Street 	
755 Pandora Street  	
Imperial Hotel, Douglas Street 	
Balmoral Hotel, Douglas Street 	
Hampshire Road, Oak Bay 	
217 Pandora Avenue	
Catherine   Street,   Cor.   Langford   	
206  Yates  Street   	
63 Superior Street 	
1124 Topaz Avenue  	
Dallas   Hotel   	
834 Courtenay Street 	
6 Hill Street 	
Western Hotel 	
Brunswick  Hotel   	
8 Labouchcre Street 	
Dominion  Hotel   	
Empress Hotel 	
752 Fort Street 	
22   Michigan   Street   	
Rockwood Street, St. Charles St	
1554 Pembroke Street  	
S. S. Princess Victoria  	
626 Princess Avenue	
276 Superior Street   	
841 Pandora Avenue	
Jubilee Alley, Johnson Street 	
580 Fisguard Street 	
Balmoral Hotel  	
163 Douglas Road 	
640 Francis Street  	
69 Superior Street  	
1619 Quadra Street 	
Colonial Hotel  	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
Strand Hotel 	
1020 Labouchere Street 	
733 Broughton Street 	
Cor. Michigan and Voung Streets 	
203 Skinner Street 	
Room  12,  Klondike  Hotel   	
54 Yates Street  	
Empire  Hotel   	
59 Third Street 	
43 View Street 	
Occidental   Hotel   	
83 Chatham Street  	
1317 Cook Street 	
Behring Sea Cabins, Discovery Street ..
628 Garbally Road 	
15 Bellot Street 	
230 Government Street   	
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Clerk   	
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Lumberman   	
Laborer  	
Trunkmaker 	
Carpenter   	
Laborer  	
Longshoreman
Deckhand   	
Clerk   	
Shipwright   	
Steamboatman
Engineer  	
Longshoreman
Marine   Cook   	
Cigar Dealer  	
Bank Clerk 	
Paint   Manfacturer
Clerk   	
Ship Carpenter
Carpenter   	
Freight   Clerk   ....
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Restaurant Keeper .
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PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
PUBLIC NOTICE ls hereby given that,
under and by virtue of this Act, a
Commission has been issued to Hia
Honour Peter Secord Lampman, of the
City of Victoria, Judge of the County
Court of Victoria, for the purpose of
holding Inquiry into all actions of the
Commissioners of Police for the City of
Victoria, for the year 1910, in connection
with the administration of their public
duties.
The said Commissioner will hold his
first sitting in the County Court room,
at the Court House, on Wednesday, the
30th day of March, 1910, at the hour of
10 o'clock in the forenoon, of which all
persons interested are hereby to take
notice and to govern themselves acocrd-
ingly.
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Offlce,
24th March, 1910.
mch24
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
Aberdeen School
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender
for School-building, Aberdeen," will be
received by the Hon. the Minister of
Public Works, up to and including llth
day of April, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a large one-room frame
School-building in the Chilliwack Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 21st of March, 1910, at the
offices of the Government Agent. New
Westminster; the Secretary of the
School Board, William Merryfield, Esq.,
Mt. Lehman; and the Department of
Public Works, Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certlflcate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the
amount of tlie tender, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter into contract when called upon
to do so, or If he fail to complete the
work contracted for. The cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
by the actual signature of the tenderer,
and enclosed ln the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., 18th March, 1910.
mch 19
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS
School Chase
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender
for School-house at Chase, B.C.," will be
received by the Hon. the Minister of
Public Works up to and including the
12th day of April, 1910, for the erection
and completion of a two-room frame
School-house at Chase, B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 21st day of March, 1910, at
the offlce of the Government Agent,
Kamloops; the offlce of the Secretary
of the School Board, James A. Graham,
Esq., Chase, B.C.; and at the Public
Works Department, Victoria, B.C.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certlflcate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Canada, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the
amount of the tender which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter into contract when called upon
to do so, or if he fail to complete the
work contracted for. The cheques or
certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., ISth March, 1910.
mch 19
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given that the reserve, notice of which was given In
the Gazette of the 28th October, 1909,
reserving all foreshore abutting on the
East Coast of Vancouver Island, and
extending from the head of Saanich Inlet to the 62nd parallel of north latitude,
and all coal underlying the said foreshore, as well as the coal under the
sea fronting the said foreshore and
extending out therefrom a distance of
one mile, Is cancelled.
ROBERT A. RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., January 6th, 1910.
jan 8
LAND REGISTRY ACT
In the matter of an Application for a
Duplicate   Certlflcate   of   Title  to
Lots 7, 13, 27, 36, 86, 45, 61, 62, 63,
67, 68, 69, 91, 92, 93, 10R, West half
of Lot 8 and West half of Lot 14
of Suburban Lots 37 and 46, Esquimau District.
NOTICE  is hereby  given  that  it is
my intention at the expiration of ont
month from the date of the first publication hereof to Issue a Duplicate Certlflcate of Title to said lands, issued to
Mary  Elizabeth Nicholson  on  the  2nd
day of December,  1890, and numbered
10805A.
Land   Registry  Office,  Victoria,   B.C.,
the llth day of February, 1910.
S.  Y.  WOOTTON,
feb 19 Registrar-General of Titles THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1909
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Residence
j Profession, Trade or Calling
866 Pioneer Street .
854 View Street ...
59 Pandora Street
Brown, Charles M	
Brown, David   	
Brown, George   	
Brown, George    j 1425 Store Street
Brown, George     1416 Taunton Street .
Brown, George    ' Empire  Hotel   	
Brown, George    I King Edward Hotel
Brown, John    1101 Pandora Street .
Brown, John Alexander    [722 McClure Street
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Brown, John Alexander
Brown, Percy 	
Brown, Robert 	
Browne,   Chas.   Robert   ....
Browning, William Hillier  .
Bruce, Frank  	
Bucholtz, Otto Franz Carl .
Budden, Edward Walter A. .
Bulger, John Albert  	
Burbridge, Albert Edward ..
Burgess, Frederick William
Burnett, Christopher  	
Burnett, James  Gibbs   	
Burnett, John Edwin Kay .
Burnett,  William   	
Burns, Henry 	
Burrowes, Gilbert J	
Butchart, Andrew 	
Butcher,  Frank  	
Butcher, George  	
Butler, Frederick   	
Butler, William Lawrence ..
Button, George Francis  —
Cady, Eli  	
Cady, Eli 	
Callister, Humphrey D	
Cameron, Elwood 	
Cameron, William Richard ..
Cameron, William Sinclair ..
Campanaro,  Michael  	
Campbell, Colin Lome 	
Campbell,  Donald   	
Campbell, Dugald 	
Campbell, George 	
Campbell, George 	
Campbell, John Albert 	
Campbell, John McPherson .
Campbell, Robert  	
Campbell, Thomas  	
Campbell, Thomas  	
Campbell, William 	
Carden, George Paul 	
Cardwell, Joseph   	
Carey,  Delmar  Grey   	
Carlow, Frank Robert  	
Carlow, Frank Robert 	
Carmichael, John   	
Carr, Luther Gordon 	
Carson, Charles Frederick ..,
Carson, William Gavin 	
Carss,   Alfred   	
Carstairs, Robert Alexander .
Carter, George Paris 	
Carter, Stephen 	
Casemajor, Arnold Dominic .
Castill, George   	
Cavanagh,  Thomas   	
Cavanagh, Thomas William
Cavin, Guy  Huston  	
Cawthen,   George   	
Cessford, John Harvey 	
Chalmers,  William   	
Chaplin, William Robert —
Chappelle, William  	
Charlton, Charles	
Chinnery, Charles Swain	
Chinnery, Edward  	
Christley, Thomas  	
Church, Percy Robert 	
Church, Percy  	
Clark, Adam 	
Clark, Thomas Smith	
Clay,  Herbert  	
Clayton,   James   	
Clayton, William Mark 	
Clear, Charles Spencer 	
Cliffe, George William  	
Cliffe, Thomas 	
Coady, Malcolm B	
Cockburn, James Anderson ..
Coen, Harry 	
Coker, Sydney Edward	
Cole, Isaac Field 	
Cole,   Reuben   	
Cole, Reuben Joseph 	
Collins,  John  Jerome   	
Colston, William 	
Collville, James  	
Connon, David Anderson —
Cook, John 	
Cook,  Thomas   	
Cooksey, John Gill 	
Coombs, Alfred   	
Cooper, Benjamin 	
Cooper, Richard Edward —
Cooper, William Walter H. ..
Coopman, Albert  	
Cope, Joseph Herbert  	
Copeland, Samuel   	
Corren, Harry  	
Cottenham, John W. F	
Cottingham, Harry 	
Coughlan, John Joseph 	
Coughlan, John 	
Cousins,   Charles   	
Cox, Arthur 	
Cox, Charles James 	
Crawford, Colins Bevan —
Crawford, Malcolm McC	
Creedon. Victor John 	
Cresswell, Chas. W. W	
Cresswell, Herbert 	
Crompton, Robert Ernest ...
Crompton,  Samuel   	
Crook, Richard 	
Cruickshank, Samuel 	
Cummings, Thomas  	
Cunningham, Robert 	
Curran,  Francis   	
Curry, Chas. L	
Curry, William James 	
Curtis, George	
Curtis, James William 	
Curtis. William James	
Cusack, Arthur Lloyd 	
Cuthbert, William  	
Dakers, James	
Dancy, Frank Daniel 	
1937 Blanchard Street 	
825 Fisguard Street	
70 N. Pembroke Street 	
Belton Avenue 	
26 Mears Street 	
Strand  Hotel   	
Cor. Edward and Mary Streets  ..
Poplars, Government Street  	
857 Pandora Avenue  	
Summit Ave., Hillside Avenue ....
704 Johnson Street 	
2437 Rock Bay Avenue 	
Oak Bay Junction 	
Foul Bay Rd, near St. Charles   ..
Brewery,  Lime  Street   	
16 Broad Street 	
408   Menzies   Street   	
Oriental Alley  	
78 Whittier Avenue  	
Dominion Hotel  	
120 Michigan Street  	
12  Sayward  Avenue   	
Yale House, Pandora Avenue	
Lot 28, Wilson Street 	
Third Street, Mount Tolmie Road ..
4 Springfield Avenue 	
94 Pandora Street 	
25 Broughton Street 	
Poodle Dog Restaurant 	
752 Humboldt Street  '	
Dominion   Hotel   	
Strand  Hotel   	
756 Courtenay Street 	
Colonial Hotel  	
Princess Victoria 	
134  Johnson   Street   	
756 Courtenay Street 	
132 Johnson Street 	
Princess Victoria   	
Princess  Victoria	
564 Yates  Street   	
195 Cook Street   	
606 Humboldt Street   	
75 Fort Street  	
106 North Park Street  	
1153 Johnson Street   	
573 Johnson Street  	
1425 Store Street  '.	
109 Pandora Street  	
Colonial Hotel 	
Fernwood Rd. nr. Pandora St	
Ann Cottage, Walker Street 	
224 Fort Street  	
165J/2 Douglas Street	
518 Superior Street  	
101  Kingston  Street   	
8 Humboldt Street 	
8 Humboldt Street 	
196 Cook Street 	
19 Green Street 	
Mary Street, West side 	
618 Farghur Street 	
Brunswick  Hotel   	
1039 Yates Street 	
1040 Burdette Avenue 	
7 Dallas Road  	
Dominion  Hotel   	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
Thorold House, Government Street
Victoria Hotel, Government Street
752 Humboldt Street 	
402 Bay Street 	
1226 North Park Street	
W. C. T. U., Yates Street 	
Amphion Street, Oak Bay Ave. ...
93 Herald Street 	
2802  Bridge  Street   	
22 Niagara Street 	
915 Kings Road 	
1160 Pandora Street 	
1137 Pandora Street 	
25  Government Street  	
39   North   Road   	
574 Bay Street  	
574 Bay Street  	
72  Frederick  Street   	
195  Yates  Street   	
Light House Hotel, Store Street ..
Clarence Hotel, Douglas Street ...
163 Fernwood  Rd	
2001 Store Street 	
Dominion Hotel  	
221  Cook Street  	
Springfield Avenue, Victoria West
6 Harrison Street 	
Driard Hotel   	
129 Douglas Street 	
7.33 Broughton Street 	
14 Seventh Street	
Colonial Hotel 	
13 Franklin Street  	
28 Farquhar Street	
87 Chatham Street	
364 Douglas Street 	
2909 Douglas Street  	
Occidental Hotel 	
166 Johnson Street 	
331 Michigan Street 	
Sunnyside, Jubilee Avenue  	
1347 Pandora Street  	
902 Bay Street 	
902 Bay Street 	
1605 Blanchard Street 	
2530 Pleasant Street 	
Esquimalt Rd. and Mary Street —
1030 Hillside Avenue  	
Occidental Hotel, Johnson Street ..
65  Kane Street  	
124 N. Pembroke 	
7 Sayward Avenue	
576 Dallas Road 	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
743 Pandora Avenue 	
815 Gordon Street 	
120 Superior Street 	
565 Michigan Street 	
2531 7th Street 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
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Clerk
Grocer  	
Grocer  	
Miner 	
Carpenter   	
Caterer 	
Coachman 	
Laborer  	
Master Mariner  	
Gentleman   	
Freight Clerk  	
Retired   	
Laborer 	
Clergyman   	
Stone Mason 	
Teamster	
Teamster	
Painter 	
Surveyor  	
Tinsmith  	
Clerk   	
Steward 	
Pressman	
Mariner  	
Warehouseman  	
Carpenter   	
Contractor   	
Cabinet Maker  	
Laundryman 	
Teamster   	
Real Estate Agent ...
Laborer   	
Miner  	
Mason   	
Printer 	
Laborer   	
Seaman   	
Steamboatman	
Tinsmith  	
Laborer  	
Sailor  	
Sailor  	
Laborer 	
Miner 	
Laborer 	
Electrician   	
Painter 	
Tailor 	
Boilermaker's  Helper
Logger   	
Clerk 	
Laborer 	
Barrister-at-Law   	
Carpenter   	
laborer  	
Pattern Maker  	
Waiter  	
Clerk 	
Waiter 	
Steward 	
Painter   	
Farmer   	
Carpenter   	
Restaurant Keeper  ..,
Seaman   	
Laborer  	
Book-keeper 	
Teamster 	
Farmer   	
Laborer 	
Waiter  	
Waiter  	
Laborer	
Carpenter   	
Bricklayer 	
Carpenter   	
Carpenter   	
Carpenter  	
Barber  	
Carpenter  	
Lumberman  	
Agent 	
Machinist 	
Baker  	
Retired 	
Ship   Carpenter   	
Ship Carpenter  —
Miner 	
Clerk 	
Logger 	
Barber 	
Blacksmith  	
Fireman	
Clerk   	
Baker  	
Letter Carrier 	
Manfacturer's Agent  .
Insurance Agent 	
Bartender  	
Steamboatman 	
Powder Worker  	
Stonecutter	
Hack Driver 	
Teamster	
Plumber   	
Contractor	
Carpenter  	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Accountant   	
Warehouseman 	
Traveller 	
Miner 	
Miner 	
Clerk 	
Expressman 	
Ship  Carpenter   	
Contractor   	
Laborer 	
Steward 	
Pound-keeper	
Builder 	
Dentist 	
Fireman 	
Electrician   	
Carpenter  	
Clerk 	
Waiter 	
Moulder 	
Miner 	
SKEENA LAND DISTEICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE, that I, William Buck-
land, intends to apply for a license to
prospect for coal on the following do- ,
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
southeast corner of Section 29, Township 6, Graham Island, being the southeast corner of land applied for; theiite
north 80 chains; thence west 80 ehains;
thence south 80 chains; thence east 80
chains to point of commencement, cou-
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated February  26th, 1910.
WILLIAM  BUCKLAND.
mch 12 John Demers, Agent.
SKEENA LAND DISTBICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that George Wheeler,
Intends to apply for a license to prospect for coal on the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the|
northwest corner of Section 16, Township 6, Graham Island, being the northwest corner of land applied for; thencel
east 80 chains; thence south 80 chains;!
thence west 80 chains; thence north 801
chains to point of commeneement, con-|
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated February 25th, 1910.
GEOBGE WHEELER,
mch 12 John Demers, Agent.l
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Percy  Manser,!
of  Victoria,   painter,   intends   to  applyl
for permission to purchase the follow-r
ing described lands:—Commencing at al
post planted at an angle of Section 64,1
Renfrew District; thence west 50 chains-!
thence   east     along    beach    about   70f
chains;   thence   north   about   30   chains)
to point of commencement.
Dated March 21st, 1910.
PERCY MANSER,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agentl
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Allan Andrew,
Calwell, of Victoria, liveryman, intends!
to apply for permission to purchase tha
following described lands:—Commencing
at a post planted at the south-east corl
ner of Lot 64, Renfrew District; thenc*
west 80 chains; thence east along beacll
about 80 chains to south-west corner o«
Lot 54; thence north 20 chains to poinl
of commencement.
Dated March 21st, 1910.
ALLAN ANDREW CALWELL,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agentl
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles CleveL
land intends to apply for a license tl
prospect for coal on the following der
scribed lands: I
Commencing at a post planted at thi
southwest corner of Section 26, Towrf
ship 6, Graham Island, being the soutli
west corner of land applied for; thencf
north 80 ehains; thenee east 80 chalna
thence south 80 chains; thence west 81
chains to point of commencement, con
taining 640 acres more or less.
Dated February 25th, 1910.
CHARLES CLEVELAND,
mch 12 John Demers, Agenl
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that I, Bert Wheele
intends to apply for a licence to pro
pect for coal on the following describe
lands: |J
Commencing at a post planted at tl
southwest corner of land applied fo
thence north 80 chains; thence east !
chains; thence south 80 ehains; them
west 80 chains to point of commenc
ment, containing 640 acres, more or les
Dated February 25th, 1910.
BEO-ST WHEELER,
mch 12 John Demers, Agen
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Charles Nob
Tubman, of Victoria, contractor, intern
to apply for permission to purchase tl
following described lands:—Commenclr
at a post planted at an angle of Se
tlon 54, Renfrew District, about
chains north of the north-west corn*
of Lot 113; thence west 50 chain
thence south 10 chains to shore; thenc
east along shore to west line of Li
113; thence north about 25 chains
point of commencement.
Dated March  21st,  1910.
CHARLES  NOBLE TUBMAN,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agen
VICTORIA   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Coast.
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Am
strong, of Vancouver, B.C., occupatio
Master Mariner, intends to apply f<
permission to purchase the followii
described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted in tl
vicinity of Green Point, Thurlow Islan
Cardero Channel, at a post situate abo
sixty chains in a south-easterly dire
tion from said Green Point, and mark
"R.A.N.E."; thence 40 chains sout
thence 20 chains west; thence 40. chaii
north; thence 20 chains east to the poi
of commencement.
Dated February  8th,  1910.
ROBERT ARMSTRONG,
feb 19 Per Chas. McHardy, Age:
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Abram Thrash(
of Victoria,   farmer,   intends  to  app
for permission to purchase the folloi
ing described lands:—Commencing at
post planted  besides  J.  W.  Willlan
post;   thence   north   80   chains;   thenl
east 35 chains: thence south 80 chainf
thence west 35 chains to place of coil
mencement  and   containing   280   acrq
more or less.
Dated April 5th, 1910.
Dated January 26th,  1910.
ABRAM THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agei
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Athol J. Cleal
of Victoria, intends to apply for pj
mission to purchase the following
scribed lands:—Commencing at a pd
planted about 70 chains east of tl
north-west corner of Lot 64, Renfrl
District; thence north 20 chains; then
west 80 chains; thence south 20 chai]
thence east 80 chains to point of ccf
mencement.
Dated March  24th, 1910.
ATHOL J. CLEARY,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Age)
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Benjamin
Comings, of Victoria, intends to apl
for permission to purchase the folia
ing described lands:—Commencing al
post  planted  at  an  angle  of  Lot r
Renfrew District, about 40 chains •«
of   Boulder   Point;   thence   north
chains; thence west 40 chains; the
south 20 chains; thence east along be]
to point of commencement.
Dated March 21st, 1910.
BENJAMIN R. CUMMINGS,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Ag THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1909
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Daniell,  Samuel James   	
Davidson, Thomas 	
Davies, Edward Fox St. A. ...
Davies, John 	
Davis, George  	
Davis, John Simmons   	
Davis, Roland Percival  	
Davison, Alfred   	
Day, Harry 	
Day, Thomas 	
Dean, George  Edward L.
Deasy, William John  	
DeBald, J. W	
De LaHaye, Charles  	
Delmon, Jean Baptiste 	
DeMerchant, William  	
Dempster, Walter Scott 	
Denley, Chas. James   	
Dennis, William George  	
Dennitts, John 	
De Rosiers, Louis  	
Deuchars, George Dawson  	
Dewer, James   	
Dickson, Thomas  	
Dickson, William Richard 	
Dier, Elmore Douglas 	
Diggon, Harold M	
Dillon,  Charles   	
Dillon,  Thomas   	
Dixon, Thomas  	
Doak, Johnstone Freeman  ....
Doan, George R	
Dobbie,   Thomas    '	
Dobie, Ernest James 	
Dodd,  Harry   	
Dodd,  Harry Ward   	
Dodgson, Herbert	
Dodgson, Lewis 	
Dodson,  Ernest W	
Donaldson, Charles  	
Donaldson, George 	
Doney,  Samuel   	
Donnall,   Michael  0	
Dorey, Ernest William   	
Dougal, Thomas Tennent 	
Dougherty, Arthur F	
Douglas, Campbell E. A	
Dower,  Edward   	
Fisher,  Henry  	
Fisher, James 	
Fisher, Thomas Victor  	
Fitzpatrick, Daniel 	
Fitzpatrick, John Francis  	
Flanagan, John	
Flanagan, Stephen	
Tlannery, William	
Fletcher, Archibald	
Fletcher, Ernest Muir  	
rletcher, Thomas Whilde  	
roard,   Sydney   	
<"oard, Sydney 	
''ord, Percy Edwin  	
■ord, Robert Clayton 	
fortune, Peter Wm. Steel 	
•'raser, Daniel Alexander  	
■Yit'l'er, James	
•Yaser, James Ross 	
•Yeeman, George Arthur  	
freeman, Hector N	
rrost,  John   	
rynney, Victor	
"ynney, Victor 	
.aerdes, Henry 	
.agnon, Joseph 	
ialbraith, Frederick Alexander
lalbraith,  John  James   	
lallagher, Patrick William 	
landy, James 	
Jarrett, John Phillip	
larscadden,  John   	
lemmell, Chas. Tullock A.   ...
Jeorge,   Robert   	
Jeorge, Robert Stephen 	
iibbons, Reginald Edward 	
Jibbons, William James	
Jibson, John	
libson,  Richard Culvener   	
_iffin, Herbert Stanley  	
Gilbert,  Chas. Albert  	
_ilchrist, Johnson Ardgar  	
liles, George Pitman 	
rill, Leonard Alfred 	
rilmour, Frederick Alexander .
ilide, Andrew Henry	
rodfrey, Frederick William ...
lodfrey, Percival Reginald  ...
.odtel,   Adam   	
rodwin, Ernest 	
loepel, Clarence Dorset 	
kring, Alvah Seymour 	
iollion,  William   	
k>od, David A	
lodenough,  Charles   	
Joodeve, James Frank 	
roodie, Thomas E	
oodman, Christopher  	
oodman, William Joseph  	
oodwin, Ralph Abraham 	
ordon, James 	
ordon, James Fettes 	
ordon, Robert George 	
ovan, James   	
raham, James Albert 	
raham, John  	
raham, John J	
ranger, James  	
ranger, James	
rant,  George  Morrison   	
ray, Edward Walker  	
ray, James 	
ray, Robert  	
•eaney, James 	
■een, George William  	
■een, James  	
•een, John Ford 	
eenhalgh, John  	
eenwell, John 	
egg, Richard Clement 	
eggs, Edward	
eig, Donald 	
eig, Frank 	
eig,  Robert   	
ey, Stearns Leander 	
eyerbiehl, Paul M	
iffin, George Frederick  	
iffin, William Edward 	
iffiths, Edward Henry 	
Residence
Profession, Trade or Calling
132 Johnson Street  	
Telegraph Hotel, Store Street 	
12 Boyd Street 	
38 Johnson Street 	
Garbally Road	
1245 Store Street	
1714 Cook Street 	
18 Erie Street  	
515 Johnson  Street  	
Lighthouse Saloon  	
1141 Fort Street  	
7 Pandora Street 	
Haughton Street  	
Barge Baroda  	
50 Simcoe Street  	
St. George's Inn, Esquimalt Road 	
St. Francis Hotel, Yates Street  	
179 Fort Street 	
Clarence Hotel, Yates Street  	
1417 Blanchard Street 	
3 Cabin, Humboldt Street	
Commercial Hotel, Douglas Street  	
138 Chatham Street 	
S. S. Princess Victoria 	
25 Johnson Street  |
45 Fernwood Road    j
778 Hill Street  1
50 Yates Street  j
22 Harbor Cottage, Store Street    |
210 Quebec Street  1
722 Discovery Street  1
1077  Chamberlain  Street    |
33 Birdcage Walk  j
101 Oswego Street 1
71 Henry Street   i
146 Fort Street   |
36 John Street   1
Edmonton Rd. bet. Fernwood and Shakespeare St
46 Yates Street   |
I5S0 Johnson Street  |
California Hotel  j
Queen's Hotel, Store Street |
Brunswick Hotel   |
50 Yates Street   i
560 Rithet Street  |
Poodle Dog Hotel  I
40 Quadra Street   |
751 Yates Street   I
13 Pembroke Street  |
Brunswick Hotel  i
166 Johnson Street 	
Princess Saloon 	
1219 Cook Street  	
251 Government Street 	
251 Government Street 	
2001 Store Street 	
1042 Yates Street 	
406 Quebec Street 	
121 Fort Street  	
565 Michigan Street 	
571  Michigan  Street	
S. S. Tees   	
813 Heywood Avenue 	
Grand Pacific Hotel  	
513  Herald  Street   	
115 View Street   	
152 Douglas Street   	
420 Burnside Road 	
66 John Street	
W. C. T. U. Mission, Yates Street	
Bismarck Hotel  	
411 Michigan Street 	
58 Frederick Street 	
51 Quadra Street  	
32 Rae Street 	
66 John Street  	
56 Pembroke Street 	
Victoria Hotel   	
22 Walnut Street 	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
510 Superior Street  	
50  Yates  Street   	
824 Fort Street  	
1017 Burdette Street 	
610 Government Street	
2530 Seventh Street 	
22  Sayward Avenue   	
King's Head, Johnson Street	
633 Pine Street  	
65 King's Road 	
611 Vancouver  Street   	
130 St. Catherine Street  	
287 Johnson Street 	
34 Erie Street 	
127 Menzies Street 	
Lot 51, May Street 	
1362 Hillside Avenue 	
700 Humboldt Street	
Dominion Hotel  	
Hillside Avenue and Cook Street 	
Rock Bay Hotel  	
Steamer Mt. Royal   	
50 Yates Street 	
439 David Street 	
Empire  Hotel,  Johnson  Street   	
118  Douglas  Street  	
50 Yates Street  	
922 Green Street  	
S. S .Princess Victoria 	
Western Hotel, Store Street  	
Balmoral Hotel, Douglas Street  	
Burnes House, Bastion Street	
1308 Stanley Avenue  	
King's Head Hotel, Johnson Street  	
1345  Harrison   Street   	
453 Government Street 	
Colonial Hotel  	
S, S. Princess Victoria	
113 Fisguard Street  	
37 Simcoe   Street   	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
82 King's Road  	
822 North Park Street  	
Cor. Montreal and Simcoe Street 	
1250 Johnson Street 	
Clarence Hotel 	
611 Alpha Street 	
Colonial Hotel  	
Amphion Street, bet. Leighton and Oak Bay Ave.|
67 First Street |
67 First Street j
67 First Street   I
125 Quadra Street  !
766 McClure Street  	
Colonial Hotel  	
717 Victoria Crescent 	
37   First   Street   	
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RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Edith Louise
Tubman, of Victoria, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at an angle of Section 64,
Renfrew District; thence west 50 chains;
thence south to beach; thence east along
beach about 65 chains; thence north
about 30 chains to point of commencement.
Dated March  21st,  1910.
EDITH LOUISE TUBMAN,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Bruce Ryan,  of
Victoria,  intends  to  apply  for  permission to purchase the following described
lands:—Commencing at  a  post  planted
on north boundary line of Lot 54; thence
north 60 chains; thence west 30 chains,
thence south 60 chains; thence east 30
chains to point of commencement.
Dated March  24th,  1910.
BRUCE RYAN,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE  that Herbert Taylor,
of Mosten,  Sask.,  intends  to apply  for
permission   to   purchase   the   following
described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted on  north  boundary line of Lot
54,   Renfrew   District;   thence   east   SO
chains; thence north  20 chains;  thence
west 80 chains;  thence south 20 chains
to point of commencement.
Dated March 24th, 1910.
HERBERT TAYLOR,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Paris S. McCutcheon of Victoria, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at an angle of Lot 54, Renfrew
District; thence north 20 chains; thence
west 10 chains; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 30 chains; thence south 60
chains; thence east 40 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated March  24th. 1910.
paris s. McCutcheon,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Viotoria
TAKE NOTICE that Denis Campbell,
of Victoria, clerk, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at an angle of Lot 64, Renfrew
District; thence west 20 chains; thence
north 20 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence north 20 chains; thence west 20
chains; south about 60 chains; thence
east along beach about 80 chains;
thence north about 40 chains to point
of commencement.
DENIS CAMPBELL,
Dated March  23rd,  1910.
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Angus M. Plewes
of Victoria, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at an angle of Lot 64, Renfrew
District; thence 60 chains west; thence
about 30 chains south to beach; thence
about 70 chains east along beach; thence
north about 60 chains to point of commencement.
Dated March  22nd, 1910.
ANGUS M.  PLEWES,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Joseph William
Williams, of San Juan, occupation,
Rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a post planted on the Telegraph Trail about 8
cliains south of the S. E. corner of Lot
117, T.L. 36048; thence south 8 chains
to the north line of T. L. 43560; thence
43560; thence south 60 chains; thence
east 15 chains to N.E. corner of T. L.
east 40 chains; thence north 70 chains;
thence west 66 cliains to place of commencement and containing 292 acres,
more or less.
Dated April Sth,   1910.
apl  9    JOSEPH WILLIAM WILLIAMS
WATER  NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
licence in the Renfrew Division of Victoria Water District.
(a) The name of Company In full,
West Coast Power Company, Limited.
The head ofllce, 614 Fort Street, Victoria; capital, $10,000, divided into 100
shares of (100;   $500 paid up.
(b) The name of the lake, Btream or
source (if unnamed, the description) is)
Gordon River.
(c) The point of diversion, about 100
yards below what is known as Newton's
No. 1 Camp and about one-quarter mile
above the big Canyon on Gordon River.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second), 3,500.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is a power plant for generation
of electricity for industrial purposes;
a dam or weir is to be placed across
river above the big Canyon and water
conveyed to Power House about two
miles below Newton's No. 1 Camp.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same): At some
point on the land along the bank of the
Gordon river about two miles below
Newton's No. 1 Camp.
(g) The purposes for which the water
ls to be used, Power Purposes.
(h) If for Irrigation describe the land
Intended to be Irrigated, giving acreage, not for Irrigation.
(i) If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe the
place where the water ls to be returned
to some natural channel, and the difference in altitude between point of diversion and point of return. The water Is
to be returned to the Gordon river at a
point about two and one-half miles below Newton's No. 1 Camp. Difference
in  altitude,  about  350 feet.
(j) Area of Crown land Intended to
be occupied by the proposed works, 100
acres.
(k) This notice was posted on the 17th
day of March, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on the
first day of May,  1910.
(1) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely to be affected
by the proposed works, either above or
below the outlet: The Crown, J. D.
Grlerson, Port Renfrew; A. G. Murray,
Port Renfrew, B.C.
Attach   copy   of   such   parts   of   the
Company's memorandum of association
as  authorize  the  proposed  application
and works.
Signature—
WEST COAST POWER
COMPANY, LIMITED.
Lorenzo Alexander, Director.
P.O. Address, P.O. Box 724, Victoria, B.C. I
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL, 9, 1910
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Grist, Alfred James   	
Hall, Albert, Valentine  ...
Hall, Charles Geoffrey ....
Hall, David 	
Hall, Deakin Alexander ...
Hall, William Wesley	
Halley, Michael 	
Hambleton, Humberson G.
Hamer, Edward 	
Hamilton, William A	
Hammond,   David   	
Hampton,  Charles  	
Hampton, Thomas James .
Hansen,  William   	
Hardie, John   	
Harle, Oswald  	
Harmsworth, John  Edwin
Harris,  Elijah   	
Harris, Francis Ernest ....
Harris,   Samuel   	
Harvey, Edward Arthur —
Harvey,  John   	
Harvey, William 	
Hasenfratz, Herman	
Hassard, William  	
Hastie, Douglas Bernard  ..
Hawkins, Edwin William  ..
Hawkins, Francis John	
Hay, Alex	
Hay, James 	
Hayhurst, Douglas 	
Haynes, Albert Hart 	
Haynes, Clement Abram ...
Haynes, Sydney 	
Haynes, Thomas Joseph  ...
Hayward, Francis Phillip ...
Hayward, Michael Wallace .
Hayward, William George ..
Heapy, Patrick  	
Heather, George 	
Helliwell, Harry	
Helliwell, William Ambler .
Hemming, Cecil 	
Henderson, John   	
Henderson, John W	
Heaneage, John F	
Henson, John   	
Heraper, Charles 	
Herd, Alfred George 	
Herd, Sinclair John  	
Hewat, Henry James	
Hewitt, Basil Overton  	
Hickling, Thos. John	
Hilton, James   	
Hinds, Valentine  Griffiths   .
Hodgins,  Arthur  Edward   .
Hodgins, William  	
Holliday, James Ernest ....
Holloway,  Robert   	
Holmes, Josiah Greenwood
Holness, James  	
Holt, Charles 	
Holtz, Charles  	
Honess, Albert 	
Hood,   George   	
Hood, John 	
Hopkins, Bertie Frank 	
Horsfall, Albert   	
Hough, John   	
Hounsell, Arthur Cornelius .
Hoyt, Charles 	
Huggard, Earl Shombarge .
Hughes, Alfred Thomas
Hughes,  Charles   	
Hughes, George  	
Hughes, John 	
Hughes,   Pierre   	
Hughes, Richard 	
Hall, Geo. Robert P	
Hull, Ralph Edward 	
Humphrey, Robert 	
Hunt, Adam 	
Hunt, Edwin Cooper	
Hunt, Edwin Cooper	
Hunter, Arthur	
Hunter, George Albert  	
Hurst, William Alfred   	
Hurst, William Alfred  ....
Hutcheson, William Arthur .
Hutton, John Archibald 	
Hyde, Ira Goff 	
Ibbetson, Charles Cecil  	
Imber, Sidney	
Imber, Sidney A	
Inns, Joseph 	
Irvine, David 	
Irving, Cecil James 	
Irwin, Charles 	
Irwin, Patrick Noel  	
Irwin, William Henry 	
Ivel, William McKinnon	
Jack,   Francis   Mark   	
Jacobs,   Edwin   	
Jacobson, Gustave Hjalmer .
Jacques, George 	
Jaireau, Raymond 	
James, Walter Leslie 	
Jamieson, William	
Jay, James David 	
Jeffares,  Richard  	
Jeffs, William John 	
Jenkins,  Fred	
Jenkins, Frederick Thomas
Jenkins, William 	
Jenner, Charles 	
Jenns, Percy Arden 	
Jensen, Anton  
ewell, Albert Edwin  	
Jex, Alfred Charles	
Johnson, Alfred 	
Johnson, Edwin 	
Johnson, Herman	
Johnson, Thomas Robinson .
Johnson, William Henry ...
Johnston, Phillip Fraser	
Johnstone, William Henry ..
Johnstone, A. Valentine 	
Johnstone, Frederick 	
Jones, Arthur H	
Jones, Charles Albert 	
Jones, Edward 	
Jones, Frank J	
Jones, Harry Charles	
Jones, James  Edward   	
Jones, John Owen 	
Jones, Robert 	
Jones, Robert Hughes	
Residence
708 Johnson Street   	
Oak Bay Avenue, Cor. Amphion St.
Faithful Street, off Moss St	
Clarence   Hotel   	
78 Rock Bay Avenue 	
Seventh Street, Work Estate   	
14  Belcher Avenue
Profession, Trade or Calling
Nature of Objection
Longshoreman    i Ceased to
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Clerk   	
Bricklayer ..
Book-keeper
Carpenter ..
Laborer  ....
17 Ellice Street   j Laborer
415 David Street
Burnes House 	
22 Delta Street 	
1120 Caledonia Avenue 	
1425 Store Street  	
49 Discovery Street 	
iisio Douglas Street 	
King Edward Annex, Yates Street 	
814 Johnson Street 	
10 Milne Street  	
439 Quebec Street 	
1915  Douglas  Street   	
Stonyhurst, Belcher Street 	
Brunswick Hotel   ,..
111 Ladysmith Street 	
646 Belton Street  	
Lot 31, Spring Road  	
643 Michigan Street 	
10 Frederick Street  	
Rock Bay Hotel 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street 	
1726 Government Street 	
8r3 Heywood Avenue 	
96 John Street 	
ro7 Pandora Street 	
S. S. Victoria 	
1224 Richardson Street 	
Sissinghurst, Gorge Road  	
No. 3, Lawson's Cabins, Humboldt Street .
164 Humboldt Street 	
Rock Bay Hotel, Rock Bay  	
27 Spring Road 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
848 Broughton Street 	
1740 Cadboro Bay Road 	
1004 Labouchere Street 	
840 Johnson Street 	
143 Cadboro Bay Road	
744 Front Street 	
Inverness House, Pandora Street 	
284 Johnson Street 	
284 Johnson Street	
90 Douglas Street 	
Western Hotel, Store Street  	
3008 Douglas Street  	
632 Speed Avenue   	
602 Government Street  	
611 Superior Street 	
74 San Juan Avenue 	
823 Cormorant Street  	
139% Oswego Street  	
East Side James Street 	
42 Putman Street 	
No. 7 Cabin, Humboldt Street 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street  	
32 Rae Street 	
Springfield  Avenue   	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street  	
Royal Arms Hotel 	
1358 Pandora Street 	
844 View Street   	
1246 Rudlin Street 	
2516 Government Street  	
Baird House, Pandora Street 	
444 Kingston Street	
Burnside Road  	
Lot 80, Fairfield Road  	
Royal  Arms  Hotel   	
California Hotel 	
18 Edmonton Road  	
1472 Dallas Road 	
1156 Yates Street 	
320 Michigan Street 	
20 San Juan Avenue  	
945 Fort Street 	
945 Fort Street 	
Colonial Hotel, Johnson Street 	
Cor. Yates and Vancouver Street 	
2544 Blanchard Avenue 	
128 Douglas Street 	
Colonial Hotel	
1032 Frederick Street 	
1757 Pandora Street 	
Royal Hotel, Fort Street  	
551 Johnson Street 	
42J/2  Bridge Street  	
744 Cormorant Street 	
Strand  Hotel   	
Thorold House, Government Street 	
Thorold House, Government Street 	
926 Fort Street 	
160 Caledonia Avenue 	
Cor. Fort and Douglas Street 	
Queen's Hotel   	
9 Bellot Street	
Springfield Avenue, near Esquimalt Road
127 Fort Street  	
Colonial Hotel 	
1 Dominion Road  	
803 King's Road  	
409 John Street 	
9 Alpha Street 	
132 Fort Street 	
166 Johnson Street 	
948 Pandora Street 	
62 Hillside Avenue 	
74 Mcars Street 	
104 Pandora Street 	
25  Elizabeth Street   	
4 Farquhar Street 	
66 Niagara Street  	
W. C. T. U. Mission. Yates Street  	
Hulton Street, off Oak Bay Ave	
Russ House, Johnson Street  	
Windsor Hotel, Government Street 	
30 Pioneer Street 	
1321  Johnson Street   	
Pembroke Street, near Douglas Street ...
1319 Broad Street 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
Edmonton Road   	
113 Chatham Street  	
Pulman House, Douglas Street 	
814 View Street  	
838 North Park Street 	
113 Chatham Street  	
113 Chatham Street  	
Cor. Bridge Street and Work Street	
St. George's Inn, Esquimalt Road 	
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Laborer  	
Electrician   	
Gentleman  	
Electric Light Man
Book-keeper 	
Motorneer   	
Teamster 	
Fireman   	
Furniture  Finisher   .
Purser   	
Accountant 	
Steward 	
Porter   	
Gardener 	
Fireman 	
Painter 	
Laborer 	
Carpenter   	
Stonecutter	
Clerk   	
Bartender   	
Clerk 	
Laborer  	
Farmer 	
Bricklayer   	
Machinist   	
Clerk   	
Teamster 	
Stonecutter   	
Carpenter   	
Driver   	
Salesman 	
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Civil Engineer	
Stoker   	
Joiner 	
Printer 	
Militia Staff 	
Machine Hand  	
Longshoreman	
Miner  	
Clerk 	
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Steward  •.	
Clerk   	
Meter Repairer 	
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Engineer 	
Furniture Finisher	
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Electrician   	
Grocer   	
Clerk   	
Fireman   	
Seaman 	
Blacksmith  	
Clerk   	
Gentleman	
Sailor 	
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Machinist  	
Butcher   	
Fireman   	
Tinsmith  	
Paint Mixer 	
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District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Samuel Douglas,
of Victoria, gentleman, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted about 42 chains west from
the north-east corner of lot 117, T. L.
36,048; thence north 70 chains; thence
east 20 chains; thence south 70 chains;
thence west 20 chains to place of commencement, and containing 140 acres,
more or less.
Dated April Bth, 1910.
SAMUEL   DOUGLAS,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that John William
Speck, of Victoria, clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at
a post planted at the south-east corner
of S. Oouglas'; thence north 70 chains;
thence east 20 chains; thence south 70
chains; thence west 20 chains to place
of commencement, and containing 140
acres, more or less.
Dated April 5th, 1910.
JOHN WILLIAM SPECK,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Frances J.
Thrasher, of Mosten, Sask., occupation,
Married Woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at the N.E. corner of J. W.
William's; thence east 60 chains; thence
south 20 chains; thence west 60 chains;
thence north 20 chains to place of
commencement, containing 120 acres,
more or less.
Dated April 5th, 1910.
FRANCES J. THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND   DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that William Mostyn
Thrasher, of Mosten, Sask., farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the of llowing described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
south-east corner of Samuel Thrasher's;
thence north 80 chains; thence east 40
chains; thence south 80 chains; thence
west 40 chains to place of commencement, and containing 320 acres, more
or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
WILLIAM MOSTYN THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that S. J. Milliken, of
Midland, Ontario, occupation, Merchant,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted about 30
chains south of Section 31, Township 12,
at the north-east corner of S. Thrasher's
claim; thence north 30 chains to south
line of Section 31, Township 12; east
80 chains; south 30 chains; west 801
chains.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
SAMUEL JOHN MILLIKEN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE  that    John    Weaver I
Bridgman,  of Victoria,  occupation Bro-1
ker, Intends to apply for permission tol
purchase the following described lands:!
—Commencing at a post planted besfdel
H. P. Simpson's; thence north 80 chains-,1
thence east 10 chains; thence south  50
chains;   thence   east  30   chains;   thence
south 30 chains; thence west 40 chains
to place of commencement, and containing 170 acres,  more or less.
Dated April 4th,  1910.
JOHN WEAVER BRIDGMAN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Beard, of
Victoria, gentleman, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at north-east corner of,
Lot 248; thence north 30 chains; thence
east 50 chains; thence south 30 chains;
thence west 50 chains to place of commencement, and containing 160 aeres,
more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
ROBERT BEARD,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Bernard Ryan, of
Victoria, gentleman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted about 40 chains east and about
64 chains north of the north-west corner of Lot 262, Renfrew District; thence
south 64 chains; thence west 64 chains;
thence north 64 chains', thence east 64|
chains to place of commencement, andl
containing 409 acres, more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
BERNARD  RYAN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent!
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that H. E. Thrasher J
of Mosten, Sask., occupation Farmer!
Intends to apply for permission to pur-j
chasechase the following described
lands:—Commencing at a post planted,
about 40 chains east and about 64 chsj
north of the N. W. corner of Lot 2521
Renfrew District; thence south 24 chs.f
thence east 80 chs.; thence north 24
chs.; thence west 80 ehains to place on
commencement and containing 192 acres}
more or less.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
H. E. THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agentl
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that F. E. Randall, oi
Victoria, occupation Clerk, intends to apl
ply for permission to purchase the foil
lowing described lands:— I
Commencing at a post planted aboul
50 chains north of the shore on thf
east line of T. L. 35167, thence east 41
chains; thence north 60 chains; ther.cl
west 45 chains; thence south 60 chainl
to place of commencement and contain
lng 240 acres more or less.
Dated April 4th,  1910.
F. E. RANDALL,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agen|
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Samuel Thrashd
of Mosten, Sask., farmer, intends to al
ply for permission to purchase the fq
lowing described lands:—Commencing I
a post planted at the north-west col
ner of Lot 247, thence north 80 chainl
thence east 40 chains; thence south I
chains; thence west 40 chains to plal
of commencement, and containing 3f
acres, more or less.
Dated April 2nd, 1910.
SAMUEL THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Age| THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1909
Christian Name.and Surname of Voter
Jones, Walter   	
Jones, William   	
Juniper, Charles John 	
Kay,  Andrew   	
Kearn, Henry 	
Kelsall, Richard 	
Kenah, Arthur V	
Kennedy, Charles Blair 	
Kennedy, James  	
Kennedy, James  	
Kennedy, Joseph Grant  	
Kennedy, Neil  	
Kennedy, Patrick	
Kent, Daryl Herbert  	
Keough, Patrick W	
Keown, James Henry 	
Kerr, Robert Dyer 	
Kerry, Alfred 	
Kettle, William Alfred 	
Kidner, William Henry 	
King, Frank	
Kinlock, Charles William ...
Kinney, George Rex. B	
Kipling, Tobias  	
Kirk, John   	
Knappett, James  	
Kneale, Harry  	
Kruse, Chris	
Laidlaw, Thomas	
Lalonde, Ovila 	
Lamb, Charles Wesley	
Lamberton, John   	
Lambley, Ernest H	
Lambourne, George Henry ..
Lamont, Donald 	
Lang, William 	
Langton, Guy 	
Latremouille, Dennis 	
Law, Maurice, Harrison 	
Lawless, Michael   	
Lawson, Franklin 	
Leader, Mickle  :...
Leavick, Charles  	
Lee, Norman Thomas  	
Lee, Robert 	
Leedham, Jack 	
Leisk, James   	
Leppcr, Harry  	
Levellc, Peter   	
Leverington, Charles Wm. ...
Levirs, William James	
Lewis, Edward Spencer 	
Lewis, George  	
Lidds, Harry  	
Light, William 	
Lins,   Bertram   	
Lister, Alfred John	
Loat, William Howard   	
Locke, George  Henry  	
Locke, Leonard Pye 	
Loftus, Patrick 	
Long, Arthur John   	
Longhurst, Jarves   	
Louttit, Wm. Tommison	
Lovatt, Fredk. Chas	
fiuwe,  John   	
Lumsden, John A	
Lynch,  Matthew, Wm.  E.   .,
Lynch,  William   	
Maas, Lconhard   	
McAdam, Alex	
McAdam, Chas. Ross 	
McArthur, Wm. John 	
Macaslan, A. C	
MacBean, Arthur  	
McCabe,  Peter   	
McCabe, Peter   	
McClair,   Wm	
McCormack, Angus  	
McCurdy, Hill Brooks  	
McCurrach, John '	
Macdonald, Allan E	
Macdonald, Colin  	
Macdonald, Donald  	
McDonald,  George   	
McDonald,  James   	
Macdonald, John Archie 	
McDonald, John Findlay  ..
MacDonald, Norman H.  ...
McDonald, Roderick  	
McDougall,   Alfred   	
MacDougall, Donald H	
McDowell,  Chas	
McDowell, Ross	
McElnea, Samuel R	
McEwan, Thomas   	
McFadyen, John   	
MacFarlane, Daniel  	
Macfarlane, David R	
McFarlane,   Harry   	
McGillivray, John   	
McGillivray, John 	
McGinty, Michel   	
McGraw,  James   	
McGregor,  Moses   	
McGuirk, Henry 	
Macgurn,  Foster   	
Machin, Rowland	
Mclnnis, Findlay D	
Mcintosh, Frank 	
Mcintosh, James Alex	
Mcintosh, Nicholl  	
; Mclntyre, Chas. M	
j Mclntyre, Donald  	
Mclver, Donald  	
McKay,  Neil   	
McKeating, Henry 	
Mackenzie, Chas	
McKenzie, John Alex	
McKenzie, John W	
I McKenzie, Peter	
I Mackenzie, Roderick 	
I McKinnon, Angus	
[McKinnon, S. James 	
I McKinnon, William   	
j Mackintosh, Chas. H. L. ...
I McLachlan, William  	
(McLaren, Wm. Gray 	
(McLaughlin,  Alex	
iMacLaughlan, Thos. Spears
[MacLean, Gordon K	
jMacLean,   Hector   	
iMcLean, Murdock Rae  —
lMcLean,   William   	
IMcLean,   William   	
IMcLean,   William   	
IMcLean, Wm.  H	
iMcLennan, Thomas 	
Residence
W.
50 Yates Street 	
40 Harrison Street	
1156 Yates Street	
552 Vancouver Street 	
546 Johnson Street   	
1032 St. Louis Street 	
205 Belleville Street 	
15  Montreal  Street   	
Telegraph Hotel  	
Cor. Russell and Langford Street .
50 Yates Street	
Grove Cottage, Frederick Street, V
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
229 Douglas Street 	
Windsor Hotel 	
180 Douglas Street	
843 Fort Street  	
Clarence Hotel 	
52 John Street  	
111 Pandora Avenue 	
37 Caledonia Avenue 	
1431 Harrison Street 	
325 Oswego Street 	
96 Kingston Street   	
1726 Government Street 	
McCaskill Street, East side 	
Pandora   Hotel   	
722 Pembroke Street  	
S. S. Queen City 	
Imperial Hotel 	
1414 Quadra Street   	
Clarence Hotel 	
Queen's  Hotel   	
824 Farquhar Street	
51 Erie Street  	
27 Avalon Road 	
422 Luxton Avenue	
6 Harbor Cottages, Store Street —
31  Work  Street   	
9 Chambers Street 	
268 Douglas Street	
551 Johnson Street	
Pandora Hotel, Pandora Street	
1410 Pembroke Street	
727 Front Street	
Bismarck Hotel, Government Street
59 Heywood Avenue 	
No. 2 Cabin, Humboldt Street	
33 Chatham Street	
1004 Fairfield Road  	
125  Michigan Street  	
1 Bay Street	
56 Fourth Street 	
478 Kingston Street 	
825 Fisguard Street  	
Grand Pacific  Hotel   	
Dominion  Hotel   	
303 Government Street 	
843 Johnson Street 	
30  Churchway   	
Occidental Hotel 	
View Street   I Machinist
36 South Park Street  I Retired ...
1517 Amelia Street     Baker  	
Cor. Leighton and Dudley Streets  I Carpenter
1817 Quadra  | Blacksmith
Profession, Trade or Calling
Butcher  	
Deckhand 	
Carpenter  	
Miner  	
Bartender  	
Engineer 	
Accountant 	
Porter   	
Seaman   	
Engineer 	
Ship Carpenter
Shipwright  	
Miner    	
Clerk 	
Carpenter   	
Driver 	
Carpenter   	
Porter  	
Carpenter  	
Compositor  	
Hack Driver ...
Plumber	
Clergyman   	
Laborer  	
Fireman   	
Book Agent ...
Fireman   	
Mariner  	
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Lineman  | Ceased to reside in the District
Salesman   	
Book-keeper 	
Steward 	
Miner  	
Agent 	
Contractor 	
Clerk  	
Laborer  	
Patternmaker
Carpenter   	
Book-keeper 	
Fireman 	
Prospector	
Salesman 	
Carpenter  	
Bartender   	
Clerk   	
Bricklayer 	
Carpenter   	
Joiner 	
Cook 	
Drayman 	
Lamptrimmer   	
Fireman   	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Clerk   	
Clerk  	
Upholsterer   	
Master Mariner  ..
Chemical Worker
949 Fort Street
189 No. Pandora Street	
no Johnson Street  	
42 Montreal Street 	
Grand Pacific Hotel  	
Dominion  Hotel   	
228 Fort Street 	
Atlantic Hotel   	
268  Douglas   	
638 Pembroke Street 	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
409 Simcoe Street 	
Cor. Rock Bay Ave. and John St
88 Dallas Road  	
149 Chatham Street  	
S. S. Mt. Royal 	
Cabins, Johnson Street 	
81 Wharf Street 	
34 Bridge Street
Journalist
Stonecutter 	
Miner 	
Machine Hand ..
Carpenter   	
Com. Traveller .
Laborer  	
Clerk 	
Logger 	
Fireman 	
Fireman 	
Sailor  	
Teamster 	
Photo Engraver
Tailor	
Steward 	
Laborer  	
Painter 	
Seaman
45  Pembroke    I Blacksmith's Helper
Oriental Hotel
Belton Avenue  	
W. C. T. U. Mission
53 Quadra Street ....
79 John Street  	
634 Michigan Street .
119 Blanchard Street
94 Superior Street ...
1023 View Street ...
28 Pioneer Street ...
902 Fort Street
Clerk
Laborer  	
Boiler Maker ..
Laborer  	
Master Mariner
Bank Clerk ...
Iron  Moulder  .
Teamster 	
Hotel Keeper ..
Shoemaker  	
Laborer 	
Clerk 	
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that T. M. Baird, Jr.,
of San Juan, farmer, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a
post planted at the north-east corner
of Lot 109; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 40 chains; thence south 40
chains; thence east 40 chainB to place
of commencement, and containing 160
acres, more or less.
Dated April 2nd, 1910.
T. M. BAIRD, Jr.,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Percy Walls, of
Victoria, clerk, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at the north-west corner of Lot
206; thence north 60 chains; thence west
40 chains; thence south 60 chains;
thence east 40 chains to place of commencement, and containing 240 acres,
more or less.
Dated 2nd April, 1910.
PERCY WALLS,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
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RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Alexander McLennan, of San Juan, occupation Miner,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
S. W. corner of Lot 108; thence north
about 40 chains to coast line of San
Juan Harbor, thence following coast
line back in south-westerly direction
to point of Harbor, thence eastwards
to point of commencement, containing
about 40 acres, more or less.
Dated April 2nd, 1910.
ALEXANDER  McLENNAN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Elizabeth Cashelr
Williams, of San Juan, married woman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of Lot 204; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 40 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence east 40
chains to place of commencement; containing 320 acres,  more or less.
Dated April 2nd, 1910.
ELIZABETH CASHIER WILLIAMS,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
722  Market  Street
1452 Milne Street   ! Agent  .
California  Hotel    Laborer
Market Exchange   ' Teamster  j Ceased to reside in the District
717 View Street  ! Logger     Ceased to reside in the District
12 Discovery Street  ! Laborer   I Ceased to reside in the District
21 Rendall Street 	
66I/2 Pembroke Street ..
C. P. R., Belleville Street
Retired ...
Carpenter
Quartermaster
808 Blanchard Street  ( Real Estate Broker
St. Charles Street 	
Rockland Park    	
Richmond Road 	
229 Cook Street	
478 Kingston Street	
Gonzales Hill  	
1726 Government Street 	
827 Fort Street 	
814 Johnson Street	
701 Belton Street  	
Belcher Street   	
Courtenay Street  	
63 Fort Street  	
17  Humboldt  Street   	
1039 Yates Street 	
141  Quadra  Street  	
834 Johnson  Street   	
Cor. Pembroke and Discovery Street 	
926 Humboldt Street 	
91 Kingston Street	
643 Niagara Street 	
Princess of Wales Hotel 	
78 Kane Street  I Clerk  	
Cherry Bank, Quadra Street  I Nil  	
2831 Bridge Street  I Shipwright   ...
104 Ontario Street  I Deckhand   ....
1024 McGregor Avenue  I Com. Traveller
449  Quebec   Street    I Retired 	
Telegraph  Hotel    I Fireman   	
52 Belleville Street  | Tailor
1321 Cook Street 	
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Carpenter    j Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer I Ceased to reside in the Districi
Mfrs. Agent
Agent  	
Farmer 	
Clothier  	
Stoker 	
Telegrapher  	
Fireman 	
Mason   	
Salesman 	
Shipwright   	
Coachman 	
Agent  	
Seaman   	
Laborer  	
Real Estate Agent
Truckman
Financial Agent
Carpenter
Merchant .
Fireman ..
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District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Lorenzo Alexander, of Victoria, gentleman, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:—Commeriv
ing at a post planted 4 chains west of
the north-west corner of lot 248; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 20 chains;
thence south 80 chains; thence west 20
chains to place of commencement, anu
containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
LORENZO ALEXANDER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Harry Percy
Simpson, of Victoria, gentleman, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:—Commencing at a post planted 20 chains
east of L. Alexander's post; thence north
80 chains; thence west 20 chains; thence
south 80 chains; thence east 20 chains
to place of commencement, and containing 160 acres, more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
HARRY PERCY SIMPSON,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that James Walker,
of Victoria, occupation, Mechanic, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted about 64
chains north and 40 chains east of the
N. E. corner of Lot 252, Renfrew District, thenee south 24 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 24 chains;
thence west 80 chains to place of commeneement and containing 192 acres,
more or less.
JAMES WALKER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Henry H. Nash,
of Victoria, occupation Gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
west from S. W. corner post L 146, Renfrew District; thence 40 chains north;
thence west 80 chains; thence along
shore line in easterly direction to point
of commencement containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated March th, 1910.
HENRY H. NASH,
apl 7 Edward Doyle, Agent
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Edward Doyle,
of Port Renfrew, occupation Lineman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted about 40
chains west from L 146, Renfrew District; thence north 40 chains; thence
east 40 chains; thence south 60 chains;
thence west 40 chains along shore line
to point of commencement, containing
180 acres,  more or  less.
Dated March 7th, 1910.
apl 7 EDWARD DOYLE.
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Leigh H. Mllll-
ken, of Vancouver, clerk, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at
a post planted at the north-east corner
of S. Thrasher's claim; thence north
30 chains to the south line of Sec. 31,
Tp. 12; thence west 80 chains; thence
south 20 chains; thence east 40 chains;
thence south 10 chains; thence east 40
chains to place of commencement, and
containing 210 acres, more or less.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
LEIGH H.  MILLIKEN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW   LAND   DISTRICT
Carpenter    | Ceased to reside in the District
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Annie A. Beard,
of Victoria, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at a post
planted at the south-east corner of the
south-west quarter of Sec. 32, Tp. 12,
Renfrew District; thence south 30
chains: thence west 10 chains to S. J.
Mllllken's claim; thence north 30 chains;
thence east 10 chains to place of commencement, and containing 30 acres,
more or less.
Dnted April 4th, 1910.
ANNIE A. BEARD,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent. I?
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Christian Name and Surname of Voter
McLennan, Wm. Duncan .
Macleod,  Alexander   	
McLeod, John Alex	
McLeod,   Robert   	
McMillan, Major Charles
McMillan, Russell H	
McNab, Robt	
McNeil, Daniel	
McNeil, John Wm	
McNeil, John A	
McNeill, William	
McPhee, Jas.  Daniel   	
MacQueen, Hugh A	
McTaggart, Charles 	
McTavish, John   	
MacWatt, Adam James J.
Magill, Edwin  	
Maher, Michael  	
Mahoney, Dennis  	
Mair,  David Wilson  	
Malcolm, James Wm	
Mallen, Phillip 	
Mann, Geo. Rock 	
Mans, Charles Augustus  ..
Manser, Percy L	
Manson, Alex. M	
Manuel, John  	
Marconini, H. E	
Marley, Thomas H	
Marrow, William  	
Mars, George 	
Mars,   Samuel   	
Marsh, C. J	
Marsh, Henry C	
Marsh,  Joseph   Paul   	
Marshall, Chas. F	
Martin, Edmund 	
Martin,  Noel   	
Martindale, H. H	
Marwick, Robert 	
Mason, Arthur 	
Mason, Chas. H	
Mason, John  F	
Mason, Thomas 	
Mather, Richard 	
Matheson, John D	
Matthews, J. W	
Mattinson,  J.  T	
Maxwell, John  H	
Maycock, Walter 	
Mayle,   Thomas   	
Maylett, Samuel  	
Mayor, A. C	
Meacock, Arthur R	
Meams, Wm. H	
Mee, Robt	
Meinert,  Alfred James   ...
Meinert,  Alfred James   ...
Melliar, Wm. H	
Mercer, Albert Alex.
Residence
Mercer, Henry T [ Holly Bank, Humboldt Street
1227 Pandora Street 	
161 Johnson Street 	
Dominion Hotel 	
S. S. Cascade  	
1041 Collinson Street 	
8 Stadacona Avenue 	
309 Frederick Street 	
46 Herald Street 	
Atlantic Hotel   	
109 Johnson Street 	
Royal Arms Hotel  	
712 Johnson Street 	
Poodle Dog Hotel 	
135 Fisguard Street 	
1155 Burdette Avenue	
94 Oswego Street 	
71 Superior Street 	
338 Pembroke Street	
Thorold House, Government Street
Cook Street, Oaklands  	
2109 Fernwood Rd	
17 Douglas Street 	
33 John Street 	
842 Pandora Street 	
8r4 View Street 	
90 Douglas Street  	
135 Kingston Street 	
163 Johnson Street 	
813 Fort Street 	
Royal Arms Hotel  	
585 Michigan Street 	
5 Bay Street  	
Empire Hotel  	
104 Dallas Road  	
510 Superior Street  	
323  Menzies  Street   	
843 Johnson   	
613 Avalon Road 	
49 Third Street 	
14 St. Lawrence Street 	
Thorold House 	
Cor. Blanchard and Kane Street ...
316 Douglas Street 	
26 Quebec Street 	
962 Mason Street  	
19 Gordon Street   	
403 Menzies Street  	
842 View Street  	
39 North Road 	
836 View Street   	
Clarence Hotel 	
Tolmie   Avenue   	
1410 Cook Street 	
69 Mears  Street   	
Richmond  Rd	
Belton Avenue  	
112 Johnson Street 	
Empress  Hotel   	
823 Cormorant Street 	
King Edward  Hotel
Profession, Trade or Calling)
Mercer, Robert
Merryfield, C. A.
Michael, John Alex. .
Michie,   Wm	
Miles, Harry A	
Miller,  Chas.  D.   ...
Miller, Wm. B	
Milligan, John  	
Milliken, John D.  ...
Millington,  Chas.   E.
Milas,  George  	
Miner, Alfred H.  ...
Miner, James
2547 Government Street
6 So. Pandora Street ..
221 Cook Street 	
S. S. Princess Victoria
546  Ellice  Street   	
961  Pandora  Street   ...
56 Superior Street 	
433 Government Street
584 Belleville Street ...
64 Collinson Street ...
Grand Pacific Hotel ...
Pine Street North
Pembroke Street
Minnie, Edward_ I 51 Blanchard Street
Minter, Victor PJ
Mitchell, George 	
Mitchell, Thomas P	
Mitchell, Thomas W	
Mitton, Samuel G	
Mooney, Richard   	
Moore, Harry 	
Moore, Harry T	
Moore, William 	
Moran, John  E	
Moran, Walter V	
Morran, Loftus G	
Morrison, James 	
Morrison, John  1	
Morrison,  Malcolm  	
Morrison, Malcolm D	
Morrison, Thomas E	
Morrow, Alexander  	
Morse, Arthur H	
Morse, Miron 	
Moss, Alexander 	
Moss, George E	
Moss,   Harry   	
Mould, Walter F	
Read,  Henry Y	
Reddin, Geo. W	
Reed, Thos. F. H	
Reid,  Arthur   	
Reid, Elston Alex. Y	
Reid, Joseph 	
Reid,   Louis   	
Rice, George Arthur 	
Rice,  James   	
Rich, Joseph R	
Richards, Garfield 	
Richards, George F. O	
Richards, George Watts  	
Richardson, John  	
Richardson, John M	
Richmond, J. K	
Rigby, John 	
Riley, Arthur John 	
Rinman, Arthur 	
Risser, John F	
Ritchie, Alexander 	
Rivers, Fredk. B	
Roberts, Eernest Thomas ...
Roberts, George  	
Robertson, D. C	
Robertson, James M	
Robertson, Robert Jay	
Robertson, William Stewart
Robinson, George   	
Robinson, Noel	
Robinson, Robert 	
Robinson, William E. O	
Rochford, John	
Rodgers, John Joseph 	
Rogers, Jphn E. M	
Rogers, Joseph G	
Roper, Henry Hudson 	
Rosie, William 	
Ross, James 	
24 Vancouver Street ...
Queen's  Hotel   	
28 South Turner Street
Atlantic Hotel  	
64 Humboldt Street	
962 Mason Street  	
17 Milne Street 	
1017  Burdette  Street   ..
13 Milne Street  	
Dominion Hotel 	
Empress   Hotel   	
756 Hillside Avenue  ...
W. C. T. U. Mission ....
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
1442 Elford Street 	
18 Elford Street   	
403 Menzies Street 	
2538 Seventh Street 	
334 Michigan Street 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
149 View Street 	
Elford Street 	
Victoria Hotel   	
6 North Street 	
45 Quadra Street 	
838 Pandora Street 	
Queen's   Hotel   	
Burnside Road	
1622   Douglas   Street   ..
534 Rithet Street 	
1013 Blanchard Street ..
Manitoba Hotel  	
Ladysmith Street
Esquimalt Rd., south side, near City Limits.
1045 Burdette Avenue  *..
1757 Cadboro Bay Rd	
Occidental  Hotel   	
Clarence Hotel 	
924 View Street	
2126 Vancouver Street 	
W. C. T. U. Mission 	
324  Government   	
Pandora Hotel  	
54 King's Road  	
St. Joseph's Hospital 	
216 Pandora   	
858 North  Park  Street   	
269 Johnson Street	
620 Battery Street  	
22 John  Street   	
32 Rae Street 	
578  Bay  Street   	
522 Bastion  Street   	
1803 Quadra Street 	
564 Yates Street 	
840 Caledonia Avenue	
Cabin 7, 752 Humboldt Street	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
949 Fort Street 	
66 Erie Street  	
71 Menzies Street 	
54 Fourth Street 	
1206 Vancouver Street 	
Cement Blk. Maker
Patternmaker	
Butcher  	
Mariner  	
Retired  	
Com. Agent 	
Plumber   	
Boilermaker's Helper
Waiter  	
Liverman	
Engineer  	
Painter   	
Painter   	
Laborer   	
Carpenter   	
Gentleman   	
Book-keeper	
Fireman 	
Miner  	
Carpenter 	
Shingler 	
Laborer  	
Salesman   	
Elec. Engineer 	
Painter	
Stonemason   	
Horseshocr 	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Carpenter   	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Waiter  	
Gentleman 	
Plumber   	
Clerk 	
Laborer  	
Chauffeur  	
Carpenter   	
Teamster 	
Laborer  	
Clerk 	
Carpenter   	
Gentleman	
Oiler   	
Blacksmith	
Grocer   	
Plumber	
Pensioner   	
Laborer  	
Deckhand  	
Laborer  	
Carpenter   	
Butcher  	
Salesman 	
Asst. Keeper 	
Fireman   	
Fireman   	
Conductor   	
Patternmaker	
Coachman 	
Millhand   	
Barber   	
Baker  	
Seaman   	
Contractor   	
Draughtsman   	
Machinist   	
Machinist   	
Master Mariner	
Blacksmith  	
Laborer  	
Laborer 	
Carpenter   	
Hostler   	
Signwriter	
Lineman   	
Engineer  	
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Cook	
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The Bear River Canyon Mining
Co., Ltd.
There are mining companies and
mining companies, but the Bear River
Mining Co., Ltd., is an enterprise^
which is due to the judgment and
energy of a group of Victoria men,
who have secured a first class property and are preparing to exploit it.
The Company owns eight claims on
Bear River, twelve miles from the new
town of Stewart, and one and one-half
miles from the celebrated Red Cliff
mine. Throughout the whole of these
claims a solid vein of galena, from
four to seven feet wide has been
stripped. The railroad being built
by Mackenzie & Mann will pass close
to the mouth of the Company's tunnel, so that the ore can be loaded
direct from the mine to the cars. The
raiiroad is to be completed by
August next, and by that time the
Company will have several hundred
tons of ore ready to ship. The property has been favourably reported
on for the Government by Mr. Carmichael, the Provincial Assayer; his
sample of the assay gave: Gold, 0.02
oz.; silver. 30. oz.; lead, 70 per
cent. It is a high grade ore, a sample from all the claims averaging over
$100 a ton. This value is only exceeded by the ore in the Red Cliff
mine. Mr. J. Fall, a very capable engineer, who is well known to Victorians, has reached the property, and
taken full charge, which is a guarantee for economic and competent
management. Among the many favourable features which this property
possesses the following may be mentioned: The location is ideal, the development work will be all in ore,
the railroad will pass cose to the
mouth of the tunnel, no tramways
will be required, there will be no long-
years of "dead-work" before the property can be made to pay, the cost
of mining is low, the value of the ore
is high, ore can be shipped at once
and turned into cash, the are no paid
officers of the Company and the mine
will be worked entirely by tunnels.
Here is an exceptionally good invest-,,,
ment which is fairly entitled to be regarded as "gilt-edged."
"Do you consider a chauffeur
worth $200 a month?"
"Well, the last one I had ran away
with my wife, and you know my
wife, old man."
Inapropos: Wise—Why on earth
did you speak of Skinner as " a bad.
egg" before Barnes? Don't you
realise how sensitive Barnes may be?
Dubley—Why so? Is Barnes related
to Skinner?
Wise—Oh, it ain't that; but
Barnes is an actor.
The Piano Mover—Think I can get
it through this door?
Mrs. Reed-Piper—Oh, my, yes! We
take in the Sunday paper here, regularly.
"Tell us what it is that crawls on
its stomach?" said the teacher, as she
pointed to the serpent on the blackboard. "Snakes and motorists," replied the little boy whose-father owns-
an automobile which often breaks
down.
Something Fierce: "No sah," remarked the Kentucky colonel. "Ar-
kansaw didn't agree with me. I was
sick all the time I was there, sah."
"What was the trouble?" queried,
the Ohio man. "Couldn't you drink
the water?"
"That was the trouble, sah," replied the Kentuckian. "I had to
drink it. I couldn't drink the whisky,
sah."
Aids to Memory
"You don't get much chance to
use your auto this weather?"
"No."
"I guess you almost forget you
have an auto now?"
"Oh, no! I'm still paying the installments."
Answered: Master — "John, why
are  you never   in   when   I   ring?"
Servant—Because you never ring
when I am in, sir." THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
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Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Ross, John   	
Ross, John  	
Ross, Magnus 	
Ross, Peter 	
Rowe,  Martin   	
Royal William   	
Russell, Charles F	
Russell, Sidney G	
Ruthledge, Frederick	
Ryckman, Willard	
Salmon, E. J	
Salmundson,  Ole   	
Sanderson, John  	
Sansam, Harry 	
Sarney, Edmond 	
Saulay,   Charles   	
Saunders, Charles 	
Saunders, Ernest 	
Saunders, Joseph   	
Saunders, Richard G	
Saunders, Sidney G	
Sawtell, Chas. William 	
Sawyer, Samuel M	
Schulte, Frank Charles 	
Scott, Edward F	
Scott, George 	
Scott, Henry 	
Scott, James George 	
Scott, John Albert 	
Scott, Thomas W	
Scott,  William   	
Seymour, Edward John ....
Shanks, James Arthur  	
Sharp,   David   	
Shaw, Francis	
Shearer, William G	
Sheasgreen, Joseph  	
Shilton, James Alfred  	
Shilton, William  	
Shillets, Benjamin C	
Shilling, Frederick 	
Shore, Richard 	
Shortland, Arthur 	
Shotwell, Thomas B	
Siderfin, John	
Silversides, Thomas W	
Simmons, E. C	
5immons, Richard	
limpson, William 	
Singleton, Victor  	
skillings, Waldo  	
kirving,  Victor  A	
slarks, Chas. William 	
slater, Edward J	
imailes, Ralph William ...
imall, James   	
mith, Charles	
itnith, Charlie  	
.mith, Frederick 	
.mith, Harry  	
itnith, Harry Walter	
Smith, James   	
Smith, James   	
Smith, James   	
jiriith, John Percy 	
mith, Samuel  	
Smith,  Sidney   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William Henry —
Smith, William D. S., Sr.
mith, William S	
Snider, Jacob  	
Soloman, Arthur 	
Soloman, Arthur 	
Spence, D. Wm. V	
Spragge, David K	
itafford, Thomas	
staples, Ernest C	
Staples, Wm. H	
steel, Keith S. C	
Steele, Thomas G	
Steele,  William   	
Stephens, H. T	
Stephens, Samuel H	
Stephenson, F. H	
Stevens, Charles 	
Stevens, William 	
stevenson, George 	
Stevenson, William  	
iStewart, David B	
stewart,  Hugh   	
Stewart, James  	
Stewart, William 	
stokes, Richard 	
stopp,. Alvin C	
storey, John 	
stout, George 	
strachan, Harry M	
stratton, Charles  	
Stratford, James C	
stribbing, Henry A	
stubin.q-ton, Ernest W	
itrckey, James  	
lullivan, James  	
lullivan, William  	
Sutherland, John C	
Sutherland, John Lamb ...
Sutherland, William Angus
Sutton, Ernest Charles ...
Sweeney,  Archie   	
Sweeney, William 	
iwell, Alfred Gilbert 	
'acey, George H	
'ailer, Washington B	
'ait, T. J	
'asse, Joseph   	
'attrie, Henry A	
"aylor, Benj	
'aylor, Herbert 	
aylor, Walter, Henry —
ebbutt, Horace 	
emple, William 	
esche, Harry  	
homas, George Wm	
homson, John  	
hompson, Robert 	
hompson, Robert 	
'hompson, Thomas 	
homson, John G	
Residence
1113 Quadra Street  	
Lot 80, Fairfield Road  	
822 North Park Street 	
Five Sisters Block  	
103 View Street 	
7 Humboldt Street 	
130 Douglas Street	
Clarence  Hotel   	
551 Johnson Street	
Royal Arms Hotel 	
44 Johnson Street 	
108 North Pembroke Street 	
843 Johnson Street	
1 Andrew Street	
[247 Pandora Street 	
Lot 80, Fairfield Road 	
342  Michigan  Street  	
734 Pandora Street  	
29 Johnson Street 	
1017 Burdette Ave	
320 Dallas Road 	
Burns House 	
Empress Hotel   	
1206 Vancouver   	
Oriental Hotel  	
Victoria Mach. Depot  	
33 Chatham Street 	
58 Rock Bay Ave	
126 Toronto Street 	
740 Pandora Street 	
62 Princess Avenue  	
3030 Quadra   	
Adelaide Street, Ross Bay 	
1603 Rebecca  Street   	
8 Jessie Street, Victoria West 	
1029 North Park Street 	
199 Johnson   Street   	
Colonial Hotel  	
17 Michigan Street	
2509 Seventh St	
Cor. Cedar Hill Rd. and Hillside Avenue
Smith's Biscuit Factory	
Atlantic Hotel   	
906 Pandora Street 	
749 Pandora Avenue 	
706 Humboldt Street   	
120 Dallas Road 	
938 Collinson Street 	
1742 Cadboro Bay Rd	
18 Pembroke Street  	
1152 Burdette Avenue 	
1002 Fairfield Road  	
1617 Cook Street   	
474 Mary Street   	
1408 Stadacona Avenue  	
Colonial Hotel  	
49 Discovery  Street   	
Empire  Hotel   	
166 Johnson Street, Room 18 	
410 Vancouver Street 	
1006 Fairfield Road 	
Atlantic Hotel 	
2 Humboldt  Street   	
193 Yates Street  	
Bales Est., Indian Reserve 	
1021 North Park Street	
Bales Est., Esquimalt Road  	
Brunswick Hotel   '.	
California Hotel   ...'	
827 Johnson Street   	
132 Blanchard Street  	
615 Poodle Dog Rest	
41   Princess  Avenue   	
Occidental Hotel  	
836 Caledonia  Avenue   	
Anderson Block, Johnson Street 	
927 Pandora Avenue  	
55   Third   Street   	
505   Johnson   Street   	
331 Michigan Street 	
1531 Lansdowne Road	
1016 Fort Street  	
627 Humboldt Street 	
120 Vancouver Street  	
Angel Hotel   	
200 Gorge Road  	
1109 North Pembroke Street 	
1725 Cook Street	
Commercial Hotel 	
1717 Store Street 	
1449 Pembroke Street 	
Occidental  Hotel   	
2619 Blanchard Street 	
18 Princess Avenue 	
Balmoral Hotel 	
1407 Government Street 	
749 Fisguard Street 	
2652 Rose Street 	
27 San Juan Avenue 	
Occidental Hotel 	
834 Pandora Street 	
Mary Street, Victoria West 	
178 Cook Street 	
839 Pandora Avenue 	
1012 Richardson Street 	
25 Harbor Cottages   	
626 Princess Avenue 	
849 Cormorant Street  	
Clarence Street   	
534 Rithet Street 	
50 Yates  Street   	
Colonial  Hotel   	
38 Chatham Street 	
80 Phoenix Place 	
Savoy, Government Street 	
Lighthouse Saloon	
1609 Amphion Street 	
26 Dallas Road   	
Room 1, Eagle Block 	
Coutts Street 	
224 St. Catherine Street, Beacon Hill  ..
1422 Pembroke Street 	
624 Avalon Road 	
130 Johnson Street 	
Room 17, Harbor Cottages 	
Burns Block   ■ ■
Cor. Pandora and Cook  	
Telegraph Hotel	
Grove Cottage. Frederick Street 	
TJ Discovery Street	
20 Rendall Street	
232 Simcoe Street    .;*.,.,	
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Teamster   	
Compositor  	
Wharfinger 	
Steward 	
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Chemical Worker  	
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Miner	
Salesman 	
Clerk 	
Steamfitter   	
Steward   	
Fisherman   	
Laborer   	
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Waiter 	
Carpenter 	
Master Mariner	
Book-keeper   	
Barber  	
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Mgr. Men's Haberdashery.
Carpenter 	
Book-keeper
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homson,   Robert   	
horeau, Tohn William  11817 Quadra Street
homey, William  I Occidental  Hotel   ....
ill, Walter George I it6 North Park Street
ims, William  1 Angel Hotel  	
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Getting It All Out
Little Joe, who had a pin,
Made the baby yell like sin:
Mother said, "Here, stop that, JJoe!
Why do you hurt baby so?"
Little Joe ust yelled in glee,
"Ma, my reason's this," said he
"If he howls with all his might
He'll have none left for tonight."
Well Remembered
Eddie—Did your uncle remember
you in his will?
Morrie—Yes. He directed his executor to collect all the loans he had
The Different Streets
Just a peep at either street
Tells you on the spot;
Bradstreet    tells    you    what   you're
worth—
Wall  Street what you're not!
An Eye for the Sure Thing
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkins. "I do hope Mr. Bryan will
run again.
"Why?"
"Because when Mr. Bryan runs it
makes it so much easier for you to
bet on the man who is going to win."
Two Shakes
Have money and the world
Will shake you by the hand.
Have none and the world
Will—shake you!   Understand?
A Pertinent Query
Freddy suddenly stopped playing
with his blocks and gazed thoughtfully across the room. After a moment's
contemplation, he turned to his father.
"Papa," he began, "why haven't I
ever seen any little boy policeman?"
Painless
"Do you think that man is suffering from 'exaggerated ego?'"
"A man never suffers from exaggerated ego," answered the eminent
alienist. "He always appears to enjoy it."
Accepted on Its Merits
"My money is as good as anybody's," said the aggressive citizen.
"Yes," answered Miss Cayenne,
"fortunately for our commercial system, a dollar is not judged by the
company it keeps."
No Inducement
"Johnnie, you're laet again for
breakfast and your little sister was
early. Remember what I told you
about the early bird."
"Aw, who wants any worms? Let
her have 'em."
Knowledge Acquired
Farmer Korntop—Ain't ye goin' to
send yer boy to college?
Farmer Rich—No; 'taint necessary
now.
Farmer Korntop—But ye sed ye
wuz goin' ter put him through college.
Farmer Rich—Yes, but he's learned to smoke cigarettes without it.
"Does the express stop here?" asked the travelling man at a small Virginia station of a negro who shunted
by with his wheelbarrow.
"No, sah," replied thc negro, politely; "it  don't  even  hesitate, sah."
"My new cook says she lived once
with you and that she was sure you
could give her a strong recommendation.
"Strong! I should say so! She
broke thc peace, my husband's spirit
and the kitchen range."
Little Pet (before retiring)—Mamma, may I pray for rain?
Mamma—Y-c-s, if you want to;
but why?
Little Pet—Susie Stuckup didn't invite me to her picnic tomorrow.
Opinion Confirmed
"You should read more. Reading
makes the full man, you know."
"Yes, I know. I've read a few
bock beer signs myself." ■*fl,
12
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1909
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Tippett, William Henry 	
Tizard, George 	
Todd, Charles   	
Todd, Darcy  Alex i 141 f Chambers Street
Tomlin, Richard   I Rock Bay Hotel
Residence
546 David Street	
25  Elizabeth  Street
King's  Head Hotel
Profession, Trade or Calling
Tomlinson, Alfred H.
Toogood, Ernest William
Toombs, Wallace William
Toomer, William   	
Topping, Eugene S	
Tordiffe, Archibald S	
Torrens, James   	
Towerson, Robert	
Tremblay, Alex	
Trite, Ernest W	
Trott, William  	
Tuby,  George   	
Turner, Arthur 	
Turner, George  	
Turner, Henry  	
Turner, Henry A	
Tye, John   	
Ure, William James 	
Vachon, John  	
Vanderburgh, W. J	
Varnham, A. H	
Vaughan, Chas. A.
Vaughan, H. J , Pullman Hotel
1045 Mears Street 	
2831  Pleasant Street  	
215 Pandora Avenue  	
W. C. T. U. Mission 	
525  Simcoe  Street   	
904   Pandora   Street   	
9 Bellot Street 	
135  Fisguard  Street   	
Royal   Arms   Hotel   	
509   Esquimalt   Road   	
106 Johnson  Street  	
73  Blanchard  Street   	
Cor. Dominion Rd. and Powderly Avenue
56 Humboldt Street 	
1915 Douglas	
147   View   Street   	
S. S. Venture 	
E. & N. Ry	
California  Hotel   	
Poodle   Dog  Hotel   	
828 Johnson Street 	
63 Superior Street 	
Vienna, Peter G.
Vincent, Ewart	
Vye, James P	
Vye, Wm. Alex	
Wain, Alfred   	
Wain, Wallace  W	
Wain, William T	
Waites, James   	
Walker,   David   	
Walker, George Charles ..
Walker, George Thomas
Walker, Peter   	
Wallace, George Henry ..
Wallace,   James   	
Wallace, James S	
Wallace,  Richard   	
Wallace, Wm. O	
Waller, Frank   	
Ward, Chas. Thos	
Ward, Harry   	
Ward, Harry 	
Ware, Henry Gould  	
Waring, Albert   	
Watchom, Val. H	
Watkins, George 	
Watkins, George 	
Watson, Ernest 	
Watson, John W	
Webb, John   	
Webb, Percy B	
Weeks, John 	
Wesley,  F.  C	
West,  Albert   Chas	
West, Frederick   	
Wesson, Frank H	
Widden, Aug.  B	
White,  Alfred   	
White, Ernest Chas	
White, George 	
White, Jas. Alex	
White, Joseph B	
White, William Chas	
Whitehead, N. H	
Whiting, J.  M	
Whitworth, J. T	
Whyte, James 	
Wicks,  James   Clyde   	
Wight, Wm. Jas	
Wilders, Claude 	
Wilkerson, James
Catherine Street and Toronto	
Occidental Hotel 	
Richmond   Road   	
Richmond  Road   	
564 Superior Street 	
1434 Blanchard Street  	
1423 Vining Street  	
145 View  Street   	
646 Belton Avenue 	
551 Johnson Street 	
100 Oswego Street 	
Thorold  House   	
Imperial   Hotel   	
112 Superior Street  	
Occidental   Hotel   	
Bank Exchange, Yates Street 	
Sycamore Cottage, Devonshire Road
273 Yates Street  	
181   Pandora   Street   	
29 Princess Avenue  	
Harkness Cabins  	
26 South Turner Street  	
Fire Hall, Cormorant Street  	
205 Johnson  Street   	
Osborne House	
600 Gorge Road 	
5 Stella Street  	
450 Kingston Street 	
1013 Gladstone Avenue 	
324 Menzies Street 	
Canada Hotel  	
Prince Rupert House, Bastion Street
Dallas   Road   	
433 John Street	
63 Superior Street  	
87 Henry Street  	
913 Fort Street 	
Fire Hall, Yates Street	
I2j8 Quadra Street 	
171  Johnson  Street	
St. George  Hotel   	
332 St. James Street 	
1803 Quadra Street 	
Commercial   Hotel   	
Canada Hotel	
752 Humboldt Street 	
Queen's   Hotel   	
170 Cook Street 	
15 Sayward Avenue  	
143 Pandora Avenue
Wilkinson, Samuel   I 1004 McCaskill Street
Wilks, James
Wilcox, Wm.  M	
Willemar, D. R	
Williams, F. P	
Williams, H. A	
Williams,   Hugh   	
Williams, John   	
Williams, Llewellyn 	
Williams, Thos. F	
Williamson, Geo. Henry ..
Williamson, Herbert  	
Willis, Herbert Samuel ..
Willmott, George  	
Willoughby, James 	
Willsher, John  	
Wilmshurst,  Fred	
Wilmot,  Robert   Percy   ..
Wilsden, Fredk. W	
Wilson, Alex. C	
Wilson, Charles H	
Wilson, Clifford S	
Wilson, David P	
Wilson, Edwin   	
Wilson, Harry Milton —
Wilson, James  	
Wilson, James Fyfe  	
Wilson, James H	
Wilson, John   	
Wilson, John   	
Wilson, John Peter	
Wilson,   Lamburn   	
Wilson, Robert  	
Wilson, Robert  	
Wilson, Thos. Robert ....
Wilson, Wm. C	
Windsor, Edward 	
Winficld, H. W	
Wingatc,  S.   Edward   —
Winning, Victor J. H	
Winning, Walter 	
Winsby. Herbert  P	
Witchcll, J. Walter  	
Wollaston, F. H	
Wollaston, Percy, Jr	
Wood, Collis 	
Wood, John Bricrly 	
Wood,   William   	
Wood, Charles 	
Wood, H. Cecil 	
Woods,  William   Stanley
Woodward.   George   	
Woollctt, George Wallace    Clark   Street
Woolly, Philip John     Gordon House, Blanchard Street
Worlock, M. R. C   154 MenzicsStrect
Worrell, Thomas   ......
Wrathall. R. Parker ....
Wright, Fred. D	
Wright,  John   	
Wroughton, Ed. Massey
Colonist Hotel
Colonial Hotel  	
623 Esquimalt Road 	
714 Pembroke  Street   	
Oak Bay Avenue 	
572 Michigan Street 	
855 Johnson  Street   	
Str. Vadso 	
42 Yates Street  	
1316 Grant Street  	
134 Johnson  Street   	
Vernon   Block   	
Lighthouse Saloon 	
25  Kane Street  	
1407 Blanchard Street  	
742 Johnson Street 	
1116 Fort Street 	
102 Menzies Street 	
1315   Fort  Street   	
Hillside and Cook Street 	
1462  Fort  Street   	
7 Blanchard Street	
Dominion Hotel 	
30 Edmonton Road 	
574 Bay Street  	
1353 Pembroke Street  	
438  Dallas  Road   	
13 Herald Street  	
Aberdeen  House  	
208 Yates Street  	
130 Cadboro Bay Road 	
100 Fisguard Street  	
3  Market  Street   	
46 Government Street	
30   Second   Street   	
23 Carpenters Cabins, Herald Street
Clarence Hotel 	
9 King's Road  	
402 Bay Street 	
245J--2 Johnson Street  	
21 Stanley Avenue  	
428 Taunton Street 	
119 Menzies Street 	
Oak Bay Avenue 	
834 Rae Street  	
Fire Hall. Cormorant Street  	
573 David Street  	
522 Bastion Street	
1010 Scorcsby Street 	
1033 Johnson Street 	
948 Hayward Avenue 	
Carpenter    Ceased
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Accountant ...
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Steward 	
Carpenter   ....
Engineer  	
Carpenter   ....
Fireman 	
Clerk  	
Blacksmith  ...
Carpenter   	
Clerk  	
Laborer 	
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Machinist    I Ceased
Gentleman    I Ceased
Clerk I Ceased
Marine Engineer j Ceased
Accountant  I Ceased
Prospector of Mines  I Ceased
Laborer   1 Ceased
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97 Niagara Street
Thorold House 	
634 Gorge Road ...
Queen's   Hotel   	
1733 Fairfield Road
Laundryman 	
Clerk   	
Shoemaker  	
Cooper   	
Surveyor Hand 	
Gas Furnace Tender 	
Longshoreman   	
Asst. Surveyor	
Millman   	
Mill Hand 	
Accountant  1 Ceased
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Fireman 	
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Agent 	
Barber  	
Laborer   	
Naval Pensioner
Carpenter  	
Rank Clerk ....
Baker  	
Longshoreman .
Carpenter    I Ceased
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Prospective Returns
A good deal has been said and writ-!
ten about the difficulty of marketingl
farm produce.    Men have come into!
the land, read, marked,  learned and|
inwardly digested its possibilities, and
then have gone    away,    because, asl
they say, there is no convenient mar-j
ket for our produce.   But this cannoi|
be  contended  when  taking the rich
country into consideration which Heel
between Prince Rupert and Francaiij
Lake.
The Grand Trunk Pacific is conl
structing East of Prince Rupert, an<|
affords a ready market for all vegetl
able produce which can be brought
in. In this neighbourhood are to bil
found the Kitsumkalum Valley ancl
the Le Kelse Valley, lying on thi
north and south sides of the Skeena
River, and the Copper River Valley!
thc Copper River being a tributarj
of the Skeena. All of this land is ol
the richest description, and produce!
vast quantities of fruit and vegetables!
Last year there were 1300 trees plant!
ed. The following facts may not b|
without  interest:—
One hundred and twenty pounds
potatoes planted near Little Canyol
on the Skeena River gave thirty-eign
sacks which were sold at $2.50 p«j
sack.
In Bulkley Valley, on Diamon
Deer Ranch eighteen tons of potJ
toes were raised on one acre of lan|
On W. Wakefield's ranch 25 tons
potatoes  were  raised  on  two  acrel
At the time of writing the markl
price for potatoes is $60 per tol
which price is owing to constructic|
work, and this work is expected
continue for another three years.  f4
The intense activity prevailing
present in Stewart City, and all abo^
the vicinity of the Portland Canal
another factor in the proper considel
ation of the properties lying in thi
district. Fruit and vegetables shippd
from the Coast are bound to amd
in a more or less stale conditio!
where as the energetic rancher ca
send in supplies which are to all praj
tical purposes, fresh.
Parties have been sent out froi|
Ontario to investigate conditions
to Nursery Gardens, and have puj
chased 300 acres of land two mild
North of Kitsumkalum for Nursed
purposes. After 34 years' experiend
in the East, they determined to ii|
vest here.
The country lying around Prind
Rupert is admirably adapted for tH
raising of all kinds of vegetables arj
roots. On the way up the Skeen
River to Hazelton the same conditioil
are met with. At Lome Creek arj
at Minskinish the same glorious ol
portunities are afforded, but the ar^
of land is smaller.
South from Hazelton to the Bull
ley Valley the country is well adapt<|
to dairy purposes.
Settlers requiring an acreage in I
productive country where they cd
also sell their produce in good m^
kets, will do well to consider the po
sibilities of this part of British Cd
umbia lying East from Prince RupeJ
Poor Man
Enpeck's will was being drawn
by the lawyer.    "I hereby bequeaj
all my property to my wife," dictatj
Enpeck.    "Got  that  down?"    "Yel
answered the attorney.    "On con|
tion,"   continued   Enpeck,  "that
marries  within  a  year."    "But
that  condition?"  asked the  man
law.    "Because," answered the md
and lowly* testator, "I want somebq
to be sorry that I died." THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
*3
Extension Tables $7.50 Up
PUT ONE IN YOUR DINING-ROOM THIS  SPRING—BIG CHOICE  HERE
The lining-room table is the pride of many a home. The homekeeper is proud of the beautiful table top and takes more care of it than she bestows upon any other
furniture piece in the home. Certainly a well selected dining table does much to improve the appearance of this room. Choose a table with a top of selected and well
finished wood. Don't think the price prohibitive. It isn't—not if you select it from this stock of ours. The fourth floor offers you many table styles. We have a splendid
assortment of Mission style tables for those who are partial to this style. Then we have them in golden oak, mahogany, golden fir, etc. Round and square tops and
regular and pedestal styles.   Prices start as low as $7.50.
Stylish Dining Chairs Built for Service
THE DINING CHAIRS SHOULD  BE WELL MADE—THEY  GET  HARD  USAGE.
The dining chair must combine strength with stylish design, else its life will be a short one. The dining chairs, in the average home, are "much used" chairs.
It's easy to copy designs in chairs, but some manufacturers find it hard to copy both quality and design. Our chairs combine both quality and style, and they are also fairly
priced.   No other Western Canadian store shows such a choice of styles.   See this display before making any purchases.
Golden Finished Chairs, from $1.00
Golden Oak Finished Chairs, from  $2.50
Golden Oak Chairs, from  $4-5°
Early English Finish Chairs, from $2.75
Early English Oak Chairs, from $3.75
Wood, Cane and Leather Seats
Do You Wish a Mission Style Diningroom
If you wish a Mission Style dining-room, better come in and see the smart Mission Style Buffets w show on the third floor. You'll be surprised at the variety we
show. Mission dining-rooms are very popular at present. They are stylish, and the cost of "outfitting" a room in this style is small compared with the cost of making
less attractive rooms with some other furniture styles.   Right buying is the secret of the fair pricings on these.   See them.
Mission Buffets—Surface oak.   From   $25.00 Mission Buffets—Solid oak.   From  $30.00
Buffets and Sideboards in Great Variety
Few furniture stores in Canada show such an excellent selection of buffets and sideboards as is offered you here. The variety of styles is broad—selected to supply
every possible requirement as to size of room, style of room, other furnishings, size of pocketbook, etc. Some factories specialize on buffets, and we have gone to these
and chosen their very best designs. Result is an exceptionally fine display. Every buffet is well made and well finished. Built for service—Weiler Quality. Come in
and see the display.
Buffets—Golden Oak finish.   From   $25.00 Sideboards—Golden Oak finish.   From  $17.00
Buffets—Golden Oak.   From, each $32.00 Sideboards—Golden Oak.   From  $30.00
Golden Elm Sideboards—Splendid, low-priced style, at $16.00 and $15.00
FURNISHERS OF
CHURCHES
SCHOOLS
BOATS
SINCE 1862
AT VICTORIA, B.O.
Complete Home Furnishers
Victoria, B.C.
FURNISHERS OF
HOMES
HOTELS
CLUBS
SINCE 1862
AT VICTORIA, B.O.
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Wurmel, Andrew 	
Wyllie, Robert Logan
Yardley,  Ernest  	
Yates, James   	
Young, C. Andrew 	
Young, David 	
Young, George	
Young, Harry Davidson
Young, John G	
Young, L. Parker 	
Young, Walter C	
Young, Wm. M	
Young, Wm. Melville .
Youngson, Edward —
Yuill, Silas Barry 	
Residence
509 Superior Street 	
Steitz Restaurant 	
665 Gorge Road 	
Prince of Wales Hotel
Colonial   Hotel   	
3 Pandora Avenue  	
733 Broughton Street  .
1726 Government Street
8 McClure Street  	
1454 Grant Street	
1206 Vancouver Street .
826 Caledonia Avenue ..
7 Scoresby Street  	
715 Pandora Street   ...
1414 Elford Street  	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Nature of Objection
Waiter  Ceased to reside in the District
Butcher   Ceased to reside in the District
Mill Hand Ceased to reside in the District
Fireman Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer  Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer  Ceased to reside in the District
Miner  Ceased to reside in the District
Fireman    Ceased to reside in the District
Lineman    Ceased to reside in the District
Carpenter   Ceased to reside in the District
Carpenter   Ceased to reside in the District
Teamster   j Ceased to reside in the District
Carpenter   | Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer   I Ceased to reside in the District
Merchant | Ceased to reside in the District
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bagshaw were
-visitors to Seattle during the week.
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Mr. and Mrs. T. Griffiths have returned from a short visit to Seattle.
* *   *
Miss Dunsmuir is visiting friends
in Vancouver.
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Miss Hall spent a few days of the
week visiting in  Seattle.
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Mrs. P. Hickey from Vancouver is
staying in the city and while here is
registered at the Empress.
* *   *
The Misses Lawson are visiting in
Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Cuppage,
who have been visiHng in Vancouver,
have returned to their home in Victoria.
*     *     *
Miss Eleanore Hannington of this
city is the guest of Mrs. Wilmot, Vancouver.
* *   *
The marriage of Dr. Darrel Hannington and Miss Janet Riddock took
place in Wilmer, B.C., on April 4th.
The wedding was a very quiet one,
only a few intimate friends being present at the ceremony.
* *   *
Dr. Fagan was a visitor to Vancouver during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Morris were
visitors to Vancouver during the
week.
*   *   *
A very pretty wedding was celebrated recently in Vancouver when
Miss Clara F. Johnson, daughter of
Mr. Joseph A. Johnson, of Vancouver, was united in marriage with Mr.
Heber T. Bambrick, also of Vancouver. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. J. S. Henderson. The
bride who looked very charming, was
attended by Miss Maude Underhill,
while the bridegroom was supported
by Mr. Albert Johnson, from Hespe-
ler, Ont.
On Friday, 15th, Mrs. R. S. Daj
will entertain at a five hundred party,
to be given in honor of her second
daughter, Miss Olive Day, who will
make her debut.
* *     *
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzherbert Bullen,
who have been travelling in Europe
for thc last six months, arrived in
this city last Wednesday evening on
the Australian steamer "Marama."
* *     »
On last Wednesday evening a very
enjoyable dance was held in the A.
0. U. W. Hall by the Victoria
Nurses' Club. The hall was very
prettily decorated with the flags off
the H.M.S. Shearwater, kindly lent by
Captain Crawford. Miss Thain's orchestra supplied thc music for the
evening.
* *     *
A fashionable wedding which took
place recently in London, Ont., was
that of Miss Eva Holmes (second
daughter of Colonel Holmes, formerly D.O.C. of this district), and Mr.
Arthur Chichester Studd, son of the
Rev. Mr. Studd of England. The
Very Rev. Dean Davis officiated at
the ceremony which took place in St.
James' Episcopal Church, South London. The bride, who looked very
handsome in her wedding gown, was
given away by her father. The
bride's younger sister, Miss Naomi
Holmes, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr.
Hartley Greene supported the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Marpole, from
Vancouver were amongst some of the
relatives present.
* *     *
On last Wednesday evening the
Arion Club held one of their popular
concerts, which was very largely attended.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Stewart, who
have been visiting in the city, returned
to Vancouver on Tuesday evening's
boat.
* *   *
Mrs. R. S. Day is enjoying a short
holiday in Vancouver.
* *     *
A pretty wedding was celebrated
in Ottawa on April 6th, the contracting parties being Mr. Lake, M.P. for
Qu'Appelle, Sask., and Miss D.
Fletcher, daughter of the late James
Fletcher and Mrs. Fletcher of Ottawa. The services wcre conducted
by Archbishop Hamilton. Mr. C.
Macdonell, M.P. for Toronto, acted
as best man, and the bride was supported by Miss Carrie Davies, and
four little bridesmaids. The bride
was given away by her grandfather,
Mr. Collingwood Schreiber, C.M.G.
The young couple was the recipients
of a great many very handsome
gifts. The groom's gift to the bride
was a diamond and pearl necklace.
Thc honeymoon is being spent in
Washington and the South.
* *     *
Thc engagement is announced of
Miss Sadler of Mayne Island and
Mr. Ross Tillett of Mount Tolmie.
Thc wedding will take place in June
from the residence of Colonel Maude,
Mayne Island, and the honeymoon
will be spent in England and on thc
Continent.
(continued on page 14) 14
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
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(Continued from Page 2)
knowledge, two men who are running
a car without a number on it. I have
a very strong idea, also, that there
are two more, but I can't prove it.
Why should Mr. Dunsmuir presume
on his millions and the fact that he
is an ex-Lieutenant-Governor, and on
that account consider that he is allowed to break the law and run a
car without a number? I know that
there is no number, because I have
examined the car. And, as I have
said above, I believe that there are
two other offenders, but unfortunately
I have not seen their cars with my
own eyes, and I prefer not to write
from hearsay,
*     *     *
I don't often complain about the
streets of Victoria, because I realise
that there are difficulties with regard
to expenses. I think that, on the
whole, the City is to be congratulated
with respect to the improvements
which have been made in the outlying districts? The boulevarding is beyond reproach; the work on the sidewalks has been excellent. But I want
to call the attention of the Council
to the condition of Douglas Street.
Let one of them examine Douglas
Street just at the junction of View
Street, and if he can state before thc
Council that it is in a decent condition
he is a better man than the many
who have been up before the Royal
Commission. One can hardly complain of the state of the street on the
left-hand side corner intersected by
View Street, because there is building going on there now, which is
badly needed; but I do not see why
the other end of the street should be
left in a condition which would give
any civilized city away. It is disgraceful, and Victoria "The City
Beautiful" is merely caricaturing herself under that title, when she allows
her  Mayor and  Council  to leave a
street like Douglas Street in the condition in which it is at the time of
writing.
*_   *     *
What's the time? Personally I
don't carry a watch; I have found it
too expensive, the pawnbrokers charge
tio much. I have always relied on
the public clocks, and particularly on
the City clock. But the City clock
appears to have gone out of business.
For ten days it has stopped. Who is
to blame? That, I cannot tell, but
I do know that a great many people
who have been in the habit of regulating their watches by the City clock
are getting very "sore" about the fact
that the time-piece of the Capital City
of the richest Province in the largest
colony in the Empire couldn't afford,
either to spend the money, or to take
the time to see the necessity of spending the same, by looking at the clock.
And this question is exactly what is
worrying the
<m
SOCIETY
(continued from page 13)
Mr. A. S. Monteith left on Wednesday afternoon's boat for Prince Rupert.
*   *   *
Mrs. Simpson has issued invitations
for the next subscription dance which
will be held in the A. O. U. W. hall
on the 21st of April. The following
ladies are acting as chaperones:—
Mrs. Gordon Hunter, Mrs. Richard
McBride, Mrs. Fagan, Mrs. E. E.
Blackwood, Mrs. P. S. Lampman,
Mrs. T. S. Gore, Mrs. C. E. Wilson,
Mrs. H. Robertson, and Mrs. G. F.
Mathers. Miss Thain's orchestra will
be in attendance.
A Commercial Objection
"My son," said the father, solemnly, "I am sorry I must use the rod,
but it is my duty."
"But, dad," objected the clever son,
"I have heard you say often you
don't approve of the duty on hides."
SOOKE  LAND DISTRICT
District of Sooke
TAKE NOTICE that A. L. Ellla, married woman. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Starting at the northwest corner of Lot 1126 thencs south 40
chains; thenee west 24 chains, more or
less, to the north-west corner of Lot
113; thence south 40 chains to the southwest corner of Lot 113; thence west to
shore 16 chains, more or less; tnence
following shore line to the south-west
corner of Lot 80; thence north along
the boundaries of Lots 80 and 93, 65
chains, more or less; thence east 74
chains, more or less, to point of commencement.
Dated April 2nd,  1910.
A. L. ELLIS,
apl 9 J. Dubois, Agent.
SOOKE  LAND DISTRICT
District of Sooke
TAKE NOTICE that W. H. Ellis intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at the north-west corner of
Lot 112; thence west 74 chains, more or
less, to the western boundary of Lot 93; |
thence  north  70  chains,  more  or  less, I
to   the   north-east   corner   of   Lot   93,
thence east 64 chains, more or less, to,
the  east   boundary   of   Lot   92;   thence
Bouth  30  chains,  more  or less,  to  the
south-west   corner   of   Lot   KB;   thence ■
along the southerly boundary of Lot KB
10  chains,  more  or  less;   thence  south
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April  2^19^
npl 9 J. Dubois, Agent.
SOOKE  LAND DISTRICT
District of Sooke
TAKE NOTICE that L. Dubois, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Commencing at the
north-west corner of Lot 112; thence
east 40 chains; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 40 chains; thence south 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated April  2nd, 1910.
L. DUBOIS,
apl 9 J. Dubois, Agent.
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Rtnfrew District
Dated  at  Victoria,  British  Columbia,
this 1st day of April, 1910.
apl 9 FRANCIS J. MARSHALL.
NOTICE—-I, the undersigned, Charles
Hall, of Galiano Island, B.C., intend to
apply within sixty days to the Hon. the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, Victoria,
B.C., for permission to lease one and a
half acres, more or less, of foreshore
land, commencing at a post on the beach
at high water mark, 4 chains more or
less from the south-east corner of Section B, Galiano Island, Cowichan District, B.C.; thence ln a northerly direction along the beach line 30 chains,
more or less to a post marked X.
Dated this 6th day of April,  1910.
apl 9 CHARLES HALL.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that 60 dayl
after date, I intend to apply to thf
Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands, fol
permission to lease the foreshore on thi
following described lands on Galianl
Island:—Commencing at a post plantei
on the beach at high water mark at thi
north-east corner of Section I, Galianl
Island, Cowichan District; thence southT
erly along the beach line 26 chainl
more or less to a post marked B, cor
taining one and one-quarter acres, mor
or less.
Dated this 6th day of April, 1910.
apl 9 JOSEPH BURRILL. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
15
MUSIC AND THE STAGE
(Continued from Page 3)
The New Grand
I do not profess to be fond of performing animals, but I must say that
Max York's dogs are well worth seeing. They are excellent and seem to
enjoy their turn as much as the audience did, and that is saying a lot.
The singer this week is a pearl without "Price." Wilson & Pearson havc
been putting up a turn which is far
better than the average. Newell &
Niblo are styled "Instrumentalists of
International renown." They may be,
but personally I think that their turn
is a little bit out of date. "A Horse
on Hogan" is a clever play, and Walter Leroy makes an excellent Irishman. He is well supported by his
partner. Miss Florence Clayton.
Pantages Theatre
I always enjoy a visit to Pantages,
but I confess that I do not consider
that "The Man from Kokomo" is to
be compared with the other musical
comedy burlesques which have been
presented by the Hunt Musical Comedy Company. There was good singing; there were also pretty costumes;
on the night that I was in the audience there was also a lot of rice. On
behalf of The Week I wish to extend
congratulations to the happy couple,
and I sincerely hope that they will
meet with  every happiness.
MOMUS.
The French Countess in
"The Red Mill"
The Red Mill
"The Red Mill," the new comic
pera which is to be seen here for
he first time at the Victoria Theatre
next Thursday night, certainly has
een provided with all the elements
of success. The music is by Victor
Herbert, far and away the best of the
omposers of light music in this
ountry; the book is by Mr. Henry
Blossom, who has written clever dia-
ogue in the past, and the company
ngaged is from all accounts said to
e a mighty good one. The scenes
re laid in Holland in a little Dutch
illage, and the piece is said to con-
ain a great many possibilities, of
which every advantage has been
aken. "The Red Mill" will be pre-
ented here after a season's run at the
nickerbocker Theatre , New York
ity, with engagements of three
nonths in Chicago and Boston, where
t proved to be one of the most im-
ortant musical successes in many
ears.
The story is simple: Con Kidder
nd Kid Connor, two Americans, are
tranded at a small Dutch inn in a
ttle Holland village. They have
ome to the end of their financial
esources and are in debt for a week's
>ard. They are about to make their
cape by means of a blanket rope
om an upstairs window when they
•e detected by the Burgomaster and
ily saved from imprisonment when
ey offer to work out their indebt
edness. Kidder, who professes to being somewhat of a linguist, is made
interpreter at the inn and Connor
becomes a waiter. Kidder has but a
scant knowledge of French, and when
he is confronted by an irate French
countess, who does not understand
English, his attempts at conversation
are laughable.
Gretchen, the Burgomaster's daughter, is betrothed to the Governor of
Zeeland, an old fop and roue, and
to escape this marriage she plans an
elopement with Dorris Van Damn, a
young sea captain. The Americans
promise to aid the elopers in return
for a passage to America. However,
the plans are discovered by the Burgomaster and the prospective bride
is locked in the red mill until the
arrival of the Governor. Connor and
Kidder rescue Gretchen by bringing
her down on the sails of the windmill.
The second act is placed in the
hall at the Burgomaster's house. The
Governor has arrived, but his bride is
missing. The father offers a large
reward for j:he return of the girl, and
on the advice of the Sheriff sends
to The Hague for Sherlock Holmes
and Dr. Watson. Connor and Kidder intercept the wire and present
themselves as the detective and his
friend, and in a clever burlesque scene
they take off the Gillette play. At the
opportune moment Gretchen is returned as the bride of Doris, and the
reward enables the Americans to return home.
The music is by Victor Herbert,
far and away the best of the composers of light music in this country;
the book is by Mr. Blossom, who
has written clever dialogue in the
past, and the company engaged is,
from all accounts, said to be a mighty
one. It includes Bert 0. Swor as
Con Kidder, Franker Woods as Kid
Connor, Otto Koener, Alvin Laughin,
Carl Hartberg, S. W. Scott, Harry B.
McClain, Cecil Summers and the
Misses Agnes Major, Vernice Martyn,
Adeline Stern, Georgia Harvey and a
chorus of fifty, including the six little
Dutch Kiddies. An augmented orchestra which is carried by the company will also be an important feature.
MacBeth
The oft-repeated inquiry, "Does
Shakespeare pay?" was answered by
Robert Mantell who will be seen here
in Shakespearean production at the
Victoria Theatre Wednesday, April
13th, with a smile and a sweeping
wave of the hand, as he indicated the
beautiful estate at Atlantic Highlands, N.J. The question was put by
a casual visitor in a humorous way.
The answer of one of America's foremost interpreters of the work of the
Bard of Avon was conclusive. He
supplemented the gesture with this
remark: "It seems to me this tells
the story. Before I adopted Shakespeare as my guiding star, I had, in
common with not a few of my fellow
thespians, periods of what our Wall
Street friends are wont to designate
as 'financial depressions.' I had a
proposition from one of the oracles
who delve and deal in realty which
was alluring to me. He wanted me
to purchase these lands. I hesitated,
but after deliberation I decided that
good fortune was to be mine. I was
setting out to play Shakespeare, and,
while I had at the time little ready
cash, I had a feeling within me that
I was going to have lots of money.
I therefore closed the deal, making
a small payment, and pledging myself
to make further large payments anon.
The result was more gratifying, and
Shakespeare did it for me."
Mr. Mantell's home at Atlantic
Highlands is one of the most unique
and altogether attractive to be found
anywhere in America. Looking out
upon the broad Atlantic, Mr. Mantell's "Shore Acres" stand upon a
prominence assuring summer breezes
and an unequalled view. Conditions
at the Mantell home, which is known
as "Brucewood," are almost ideal.
There Mr. Mantell spends his vacations and gains inspiration for his
work upon the stage. Be it known
also, that Mr. Mantell at home is a
farmer, for he has broad fields on
which, with the assistance of a superintendent, he raises crops, too, for Mr.
Mantell is a believer in doing well
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910
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Two complete works will be rendered:—"The Swan and the
Skylark," by Goring Thomas, and "The Pied Piper of Hamelin," by
Sir H. C. Parry.
Soloists—"The Swan and the Skylark":—Soprano, Mrs. Grace
Bradley Tallman (nee Miss Grace Helen Bradley), Tacoma, Wash.;
Tenor, M.r Herbert J, Cave, Vancouver, B.C.; Contralto, Mrs. Gideon
Hicks; Baritone, Mr. Clement Goss.
Soloists—"The Pied Piper of Hamelin":—Messrs. E. Howard
Russell, B.A., and Clement Goss.
Conductor—Mr, Gideon Hicks.
Accompanist—Miss Miles, A.R.C.M.
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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
Important Sale of Government Lands in the
Townsite of STEWART
■■■■■ STEWART WILLIAMS & CO. ^HH^B
Duly Instructed by the Chief Commissioner of Lands, will Sell by Public Auction at the
A. 0. U. W. HALL, YATES STREET
Two hundred and fifty Building Sites, more or less, being subdivisions of parts of Lots 468 and 466 in the Cassiar District,
and known as
THE TOWNSITE OF STEWART
THE SALE WILL BE HELD IN
Victoria, Monday and Tuesday, May 30th and 3ht, 19JO
TERMS   OF   SALE
One-quarter of purchase price in cash;   one-quarfer in one year;   one-quarter in two years;   one-quarter in three years;
with interest at 6 per cent, per annum on unpaid balances.
EOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE AUCTIONEER:
STEWART WILLIAMS 637 FORT STREET, VICTORIA, B. C.
MUSIC AND THE STAGE
(Continued from Page 15)
at "show," it is yet spacious and at
all times inviting. Wide verandas
with comfortable seats and roomy
benches run about, and within are
winding halls extending along irregular lines.
Surrounding the house is a grove
of wondrous old oaks, stately elms
and other monarchs of the forest. It
is here that Mr. Mantell truly enjoys
life. Mr. Mantell is fond of athletic
sports, and is especially devoted to
the game of golf. Every afternoon
while at home he is to be found on
the beautiful links back of his estate,
wielding the club and beating about
the little white ball. Mr. Mantell will
present MacBcth.
New Grand Theatre
"The Magpie and the Jay," a comedy dramatic playlet, by Edward
Weitzel, is to be the feature of the
Grand program next week. The playlet will be presented by Maude Hall
Macy and her Company. Miss Macy
is just returning from a triumphant
European engagement and her appearance here will be her initial engagement in America. The gem of comedy and pathos to be given by Miss
Macy and her company, is one of the
most cleverly written acts on the
vaudeville stage. It employs three
characters, Jay Bird, a young farmer,
his sister, a hard-working, narrow-
thinking, but honest and self-sacrificing old maid, who has passed all her
life in the slavery of the farm, and
Liz (the Magpie), a Bowery girl of
the well-known type. Liz comes up
from the city to marry farmer Bird,
whom she only knows through an advertisement. She first appears on the
scene laboriously dragging her trunk
from the railway station, and then ensues a series of dialogues with her
prospective husband and sister-in-law.
In these and the accompanying action
there are revelations of character admirably differentiated by the author
of the little play and played with unusual skill and comic and emotional
effects by Miss Macy as the Magpie,
J. Frank Burke as the Jay, and Miss
Bessie Carlton as the Old Maid.
Those burnt cork eccentrics, Corcoran & Dixon, who are billed here
next week, offer a conglomeration of
mirthful non-sensicalities, sprightly
songs, and acrobatic dances. Mr.
John Corcoran has an original style
of dancing which always brings forth
hearty laughter and Harland Dixon, is
one of the cleverest black face comedians on the American stage. These
boys are just concluding an engagement as principal comedians in the
support of Lew Dockstader.
One of the cleverest Juggling acts
seen in Victoria in some time will be
given by the Boyle Brothers. They
not only are dexterous, but introduce
an original brand of comedy that is
very laughable  and amusing.
Billy Elwood, the Jolly Tar, will be
seen in a budget of original diversions and the usual song and pictures
are announced with orchestral accompaniment,
Empress Theatre
The moving picture lovers of Victoria, of whom there are many, will
be glad to learn that under the new
management at thc Empress Theatre
on Government street, extensive improvements are to be made. Both the
exterior and interior are to be renovated. A ladies' room is to be instituted; better seating accommodation is to be provided and carpets are
to be laid. When these improvements are carried out, there is no
doubt but the Empress will be one of
the finest moving picture houses on
the Coast. The new manager is a
musician, having been musical director in several large cities. He is a
singer himself, and received his musical education in London, Eng. He
will personally supervise the music
which is guaranteed to be of a high
class. No monetary considerations
are to be entertained in the procuring
of the very best films. Doubtless the
enterprising manager will reap the reward which he deserves.
Christ Church Cathedral
At the Vestry meeting held in the
schoolroom on Tuesday evening last
a very warm tribute was paid to the
Rev. W. Barton for the work which
he has done amongst the young men
of the City. Mention was made of
the loss which Victoria has sustained
in losing Canon Beanlands and due
appreciation was expressed of the services of Rev. J. Grundy. His Lordship, the Bishop of Columbia, spoke
in high terms of the marked improvement in the choir, which is attributable to Mr. Pauline. The Rev. A.
J. Douall is expected to arrive shortly
in Victoria when he will be installed
as Rector of Christ Church. Mr. A.
D. Crease was appointed as Rector's
churchwarden and Mr. Alexis Martin
was nominated to fill the position of
people's churchwarden in succession
to Mr. E. H. Hiscocks.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
By 0. HENRY
(A Short Story)
"One thousand dollars," repeated
Lawyer Tolman, solemnly and severely, "and here is the money."
Young Gillian gave a decidedly
amused laugh as he fingered the thin
package of new fifty-dollar notes.
"It's such a confoundedly awkward
amount," he explained genially to the
lawyer. "If it had been ten thousand
a fellow might wind up with a lot of
fireworks and do himself credit. Even
fifty dollars would have been less
trouble."
"You heard the reading of your
uncle's will," continued Lawyer Tolman, professedly dry in his tones. "I
do not know if you paid much attention to its details. I must remind
you of one. You are required to
tender to us an account of the manner
of expenditure of this $1,000 as soon
as you have disposed of it. This
will stipulates that. I trust that you
will so far comply with the late Mr.
Gillian's wishes."
"You may depend upon it," said the
young man politely, "in spite of the
extra expense it will entail. I may
have to engage a secretary. I was
never good at accounts."
Gillian went to his club. There he
hunted out one whom he called Old
Bryson.
Old Bryson was calm and forty and
sequestered. He was in a corner
reading a book, and when he saw
Gillian approaching he sighed, laid
down his book anl took off his
glasses.
"Old Bryson, wake up," said Gillian. "I've a funny story to tell
you."
"I wish you would tell it to some
one in the billiard room," said old
Bryson. "You know how I hate your
stories."
"This is a better one than usual,"
said Gillian, rolling a cigarette; "and
I'm going to tell it to you. It's too
sad and funny to go with the rattling
of billiard balls. I've just come from
my late uncle's firm of legal corsairs.
He leaves me an even thousand dollars. Now, what can a man possibly
do with a thousand dollars?"
"I thought," said Old Bryson, showing as much interest as a bee shows
in a vinegar cruet, "that the late Septimus Gillian was worth something
like half a million."
"He was," assented Gillian, joyously, "and that's where the joke comes
in. He's left his whole cargo of
doubloons to a microbe. That is,
part of it goes to the man who invents a new bacillus and the rest to
establish a hospital for doing away
with it again. There are one or two
trifling bequests on the side. The
butler and the housekeeper get a seal
ring and $10 each. His nephew gets
$1,000."
"You've always had plenty of
money to spend," observed Old Bryson.
"Tons," said Gillian. "Uncle was
the fairy godmother as far as allowance was concerned."
"Any other heirs?" asked Old Bryson.
"None." Gillian frowned at hi
cigarette and kicked the upholstere
leather of a divan uneasily. "Ther
is a Miss Hayden, a ward of m
uncle, who lived in his house. She'
a quiet thing—musical—the daughte
of somebody who was unlucky enoug
to be his friend. I forgot to sa
that she was in on the seal ring an
$io joke, too. I wish I had beer
Then I could have had two bottles o
brut, tipped the waiter with the rin
and had the whole business off m
hands. Don't be superior and insult
ing, Old Bryson—tell me what a fel
low can do with a thousand dollars.
Old Bryson rubbed his glasses anl
smiled. And when Old Bryson smiM
ed, Gillian knew that he intended tj
be more offensive than ever.
"A thousand dollars," he saic
"means much or little. One ma
may buy a happy home with it an
laugh at Rockefeller. Another coul
send his wife South with it and sav
her life. A thousand dollars woul
buy pure milk for one hundred babie
during June, July and August an
save fifty of their lives. You coul
count upon a half-hour's diversio
with it at faro in one of the fortifie
art galleries. It would furnish an edii
cation to an ambitious boy. I aijj
told that a genuine Corot was
cured for that amount in an auctic
room yesterday. You could move
a New Hampshire town and live rl
spectably two years on it. You coufl
rent Madison Square Garden for or)
evening with it, and lecture your aud
ence, if you should have one, on tlj
precariousness of the profession
heir presumptive."
"People might like you, Old BrJ
son," said Gillian, always unruffleT
"if you wouldn't moralise. I askl
you to tell me what I could do wi|
a thousand dollars."
"You?" said Bryson, with a genl
laugh. "Why, Bobby Gillian, therj
only one logical thing you could
You can go buy Miss Lotta Laurie!
a diamond pendant with the mon|
and then take yourself off to Ida
(concluded next week)

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