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Vol. VII.   No. 12
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
One Dollar Per Annum
|*\BS AND TAXI-CABS
Evidently Victoria is in the wake of
vilization for the Taxi-cab has come and
le Taxi-cab is the cachet of respectability
Id up-to-dateness among the sisterhood of
[ities.    But the Taxi-cab is not an un-
Jixed blessing, as The Week well knows,
Ir it has already been inundated with
Iquiries and complaints, and by way of
luipping himself once for all to solve
le problem of economics and speedy trans-
Irtation the Editor has made a special
Ivestigation of the new car and of its
|;ter, so fearfully and wonderfully made,
Id presents the result with fitting com-
Iments to his readers.   The question of
moment, in Victoria is when to take a
lixi-cab, and when not to take a Taxi-cab.
lie answer is, take a Taxi-cab in prefer-
ce to any other vehicle if you want to
a distance not exceeding one mile in a
|spei*ate hurry; but do not take a Taxi-
for any greater distance unless cost
I a matter of no importance, and above
1 do not take a Taxi-cab for a time ride,
ja "joy" ride.    That these conclusions
I correct will readily be conceded to any-
who   studies   the   following   figures
lich have been carefully checked up at
offices of the Companies represented,
le Taxi-cab tariff for two persons is 50
Its for the first half mile and 10 cents
each succeeding quarter mile-, thus the
It full mile costs 70 cents, and each
Iceeding mile 40 cents.   Whilst waiting
Ire is a fixed charge of ten cents for
[ry six minutes.    Hand baggage, be it
|r so small a grip, is 20 cents per piece,
ere is no charge for travelling from the
rage in answer to a call to a point where
intending passenger is picked up, pro-
led the distance does not exceed one
le; but the instant the Taxi-cab reaches
door it is at the hirer's charge. If three
Ifour passengers are carried the tariff is
1 cents for eacli third of a mile and 20
Its for each succeeding third,  Avhich
Irks out at 90 cents for the first and GO
Its for each succeeding inile.   A careful
Idy of these figures will show that the
Icial advantage of the Taxi is for a
Irt quick dash at the minimum charge,
le further it travels the more expensive
becomes in comparison with any other
Ide of conveyance.    Suppose a gentle-
In has been dining on Kockland Avenue,
|t one mile from the Victoria Theatre,
wishes to take a lady to the Theatre
er dinner; he can ring up the Garage,
Je   a   Taxi  outside   his   door  in   ten
liutes and be landed at the Theatre in
Ither five, at a cost of 70 cents;  or he
take three guests and it will only cost
J cents.    This is a charge at which no
Isonable man would cavil, and it com-
les favourably with a hack at a mini-
|m charge of a dollar because it costs
[cents less, is twice as quick, and is up
llate.   But suppose a moonlight ride is
programme after dinner, say one of
Jse spins witli whicii most Victorians are
miliar by way of Beacon Hill Park,
[las Boad, Boss Bay, Shoal Bay, Oak
the    Willows,    Cedar    Hill,    the
Inich Boad, Admiral's Boad, Esquimalt
Id, and home;  such, a ride will occupy
least one hour and will run little short
J!0 miles.    If the reader will take the
Ible to figure it out he will find that
■he Taxi-cab it will cost $8.30.   Now he
|d have hired an ordinary motor car
over the same distance in ail hour for
[dollars, or a first class hack with a
pair of horses  from the  Victoria
asfer for two hours at two dollars an
so that for such a run tlie Taxi is
[t twice as dear as the ordinary car,
lhack.   As a matter of fact for a time
j, for shopping, or for calling, tliere is
|ng so cheap as a hack.   For a ' joy"
ride, with a car piled full of pleasure
seekers, and an hour's run in front of
them, the ordinary motor car has everything beaten; for the short, quick business
run the Taxi is an ideal vehicle, but 'it
does not pay to keep it standing, and its
economic limit is about one mile. It is
only right to say that the Taxi-cab is a
very attractive vehicle, splendidly built
and equipped by an English firm; the
meter is manufactured in London and is
absolutely reliable, the fare can consult
it for himself, it shows up the distance
travelled, and the charge, and if there is
any doubt as to its accuracy he can, at a
cost of 40 cents, after the first mile, make
an actual test by running it over a known
measured mile. There is room in Victoria
for the Taxi-cab and it will become a great
favourite if used with intelligence, though
just at first people who have not studied
the subject will be apt to misuse, and possibly to abuse it. At any rate it is one
of the marks of a "live" city, and for
that reason if for no other should receive
a welcome here.
A CANADIAN NAVY
It is all over but shouting and Sir
Wilfrid Laurier has paved the way for a
"Canadian Navy." The Week regrets
that on such a subject the House should
have indulged in an acrimonious debate
extending over three months. It regrets
that the debate should have developed
acute differences of opinion on Canada's
obligation to the Empire, even within the
ranks of .the Conservative Party. It regrets still more that some Editors know
so little about the subject that they are
unable to comment upon the decision which
has been arrived at without mis-stating the
facts. The Colonist has never been enthusiastic, at any rate in its Editorial
columns, in favour of the policy of the
Conservative Party as enunciated by Mr.
Borden, and now that the Naval Bill has
passed the House in felicitating Sir Wilfrid Laurier it fails to point out that the
policy of the Conservative Party was not
to make a direct gift in lieu of building
a Canadian Navy, but to make the gift
now as a spontaneous evidence of loyalty
ancl responsibility, and still to proceed
witli the building of a Navy. The Colonist
ought to know that this was the intention
of the Party which it is supposed to represent, it ought to know that at both the
great meetings of the Navy League held
in the Victoria Theatre the principal
speakers and tlie Premier made this declaration, but as a matter of fact it never
understood or appreciated their viewpoint
and never got in touch with the leaders of
the Party on the subject. AVhat Conservatives wanted was a prompt and spontaneous gift, without question ancl cavil,
on the principal of "Bis dat qui cito dat."
If this had been granted by tlie Government, as it should have been, there would
have been no acrimonious debate, ancl no
opposition to the Naval Bill, at any rate
to its principles, but the Naval Bill alone
is a very different thing to the Naval Bill
plus gift of $20,000,000 for two Dreadnoughts. It means not only a shirking of
immediate responsibility, but interminable
delay, and worst of all the introduction of
commercialism into what should have been
a purely patriotic question.
must be laid at the door of W. L. Adams.
The principal defect in the design is the
wrong slope adopted for the sides. Mr.
Smith next says that the proportions of
cement, sand and gravel in the concrete
are not right, and the result has been to
give a porous wall. The Week is the' only
paper which has pointed out this defect.
It gave the proportions from the original
specifications, which show one-ninth of
cement. Mr. Smith states that this is insufficient to give a tight wall even if the
workmanship had been perfect, and furnishes further proof of his contention by
advising a mixture for7c6ating the present
wall which is to contain double the percentage of cement. From this it is clear,
as The Week has always contended, that
W. L. Adams was absolutely incompetent,
and knew nothing of the properties of cement, or the percentage to use in making
concrete. AVith these facts established, and
it is hardly possible to question Mr.
Smith's report, it is more than ever clear
that the whole fiasco lies at the door of
W. L. Adams. The workmen, the foreman, and possibly the superintending Engineer may have been negligent, but the
fact remains that if their work had been
perfect the Reservoir would have been a
leaky failure because they were set to work
with a specification that could produce
nothing else. The Week has no intention
of criticizing Mr. Smith's recommendation. Such a coating as he recommends
will, if prepared and applied exactly as he
says, make the Beservoir watertight for a
time; whether it will do so permanently
is doubtful because it will be liable to
crack from exposure to the sun, ancl to the
frost. In the end it would probably have
been cheaper to spend the $30,000 suggested by Mr. Bryson to make a radical
cure, but the difference between seven and
thirty is considerable, and probably the
ratepayers would rather do the work four
times at intervals of a few years, than
spend the full amount at once. Whilst
writing on this subject it may be as well
to point out that the Tower near St.
Charles Street is still leaking like a sieve.
ENGINEER SMITH AND SMITH'S HILL
Mr. Angus Smith, the newly appointed
City Engineer, has made his report on
Smith's Hill Beservoir ancl that report
confirms in every detail the statements
made hy The Week from time to time.
Mr. Smith says that the Beservoir is defective in design. This lias always been
contended by The AVeek, and the fault
VICTORIA THE RICH
The outside world has heard a great
deal about AHctoria the Beautiful, and not,
very much about A7ictoria the Rich, and
yet  for  its  population   Arictoria  is  the
richest city in Canada  and one of the
richest in America.   It is not certain that
outside of Holland there is any city in the
world of its size which is as rich.   Three
years ago the A7ictoria banks held on deposit, at three per cent., no less a sum
than $21,000,000.    It was almost inconceivable that men and women of average
intelligence should have been willing to
let their money remain in the hands of
the banks on such paltry terms while it
was being reinvested at an average of ten
to twelve per cent.    Such a state of affairs indicates a lamentable lack of enterprise, and explains why Arancouver Island,
the richest, section of the Province, has
been the last to be developed.    It is proverbial that for the most promising investments it has been impossible to raise
money in Arictoria, and it was not until
energetic men from the North-AVest came
to live here, ancl stirred things up, that
A7ictoria capitalists woke up to thc possibilities of the Province.   Now opportunities are offering on every hand, and for
the first time the purse strings are loosened ;  but not to  any alarming extent.
Victoria money is going into the Portland Canal District but not until American capitalists had blazed the trail; Victoria money is going into mineral development on the Island, but the Yankee speculator and  the Jap miner led  the way.
Victoria capital, at any rate a few hun
dred dollars of it, took hold of the Quatsino pulp limits many years ago and is
still squatting on them, but that is all, and
yet, it is a well known fact that pulp-
wood is in the greatest possible demand.
Victoria capital took out a few licenses
on iron claims longer ago than it is worth
recalling but meanwhile an iron and steel
industry has been established in the State
of AVashington, which bids fair to absorb
our ore deposits, and give our ever enterprising cousins the credit and the profit
of establishing this great industry. Victoria capitalists were the first to obtain
possession of the greatest coal deposits in
the world, and they sold their birthright
to a Toronto Esau for considerably less
than a mess of pottage. It is not pleasant
to point out these things, but on the eve
of unprecedented expansion in and around
Victoria it would inspire a great ideal
more confidence in would-be investors if
they found the rich men of the Capital
City willing to stake something substantial on the resources of the Province. Up
till now it is tlie outsider who has led
the way. Has he not demonstrated the
possibility sufficiently to lure a few thousands of the hoards of ATictoria into active
western enterprise . These rich depositors
should remember that all their money goes
East to enable the head institutions in
Montreal and Toronto to earn ten and
fifteen per cent, and pay them three. It
is a poor tribute to the business intelligence of Arictoria men that they should be
content with 25 per cent, of the profits.
LACONIC KITCHENER
The cat is out of tlie bag. Everybody
has been wondering why Kitchener did not
come to Canada. For nearly a year the
press has been busy telling us that he was
travelling from India home by way of
Australia, New Zealand, ancl Canada; that
he would investigate military conditions
in this country and finally report on a
comprehensive Imperial scheme. He sailed
from Australia, but to everyone's surprise
landed at San Francisco, travelled through
the States, and left New York without so.
much as touching the Canadian frontier.
There was much speculation on the subject. A Chicago scribe, of course veracious, reported Kitchener as saying that,
he was not visiting because he was in a
hurry to get home; but after "great expectations" this suggested excuse was a
little too "thin," and now by dint of a
judicious question Sir AVilfrid Laurier has
been forced to admit, on the floor of the
House, that Lord Kitchener was not invited to visit Canada, whicii is in itself a
sufficient explanation of why he passed it
by on the other side. This may not be a
very serious matter, but it is one of these
straws whicli shows whicii way the wind
blows, and is entirely in line with the
recognized attitude of Sir AVilfrid
Laurier and his party towards anything
which would stimulate Canadian sentiment
in favour of Imperial defence.
THE HIGH SCHOOL SITE
The AVeek wonders whether thc school
trustees or the city fathers are aware that
the City already possesses an ideal site for
the new High School which is centra], sufficiently commodious, and already sur-:
rounded by all the public services of
water, light, and sewerage. The vacant
space on Pandora Street between Cook
and Chambers is three acres in area; it,
will afford accommodation at thc upper
end for the largest High School that
could be built, with a western aspect, and
plenty of room in front for a nice bit of
park and several Tennis courts. AVhat
more is required ? This would be good
enough for Montreal, Toronto or Seattle,
why not for A7ictoria ? THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
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.
5LAYOQUOT, B.C.
iECHART, B.C.
VINNIPEG, Man.
:arson, 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
By THB LOUNOER
On Sunday last I saw several people boating for pleasure; it was a
lovely day, and I was delighted to
see signs which gave promise of thc
long warm summer days. What
struck mc as being slightly incongruous, however, wcre the styles of garments adopted for this particular kind
of healthy exercise; in two or three
cases I saw men canoeing in hard
bowler hats and thick black coats, of
course "chacun a son gout," but it
certainly was amusing. Anything
more unsuitable for sculling or canoeing than a thick dark suit, and a hard
hat I cannot conceive. I wonder why
people don't dress themselves more in
keeping with the things which they
happen to be doing. One does not
usually go to business in a cricketing
blazer, or a bathing suit, any more
than one plays tennis in a top hat
and frock coat. Of course, in going
out to shoot sparrows in the backwoods, that is going out hunting, I
am informed the correct attire to don
is a red jersey, a plume of ostrich
feathers, worn in the hat a la Kaiser,
some large boots and a savage hunt
ing knife, to give the festive sparrow
the final coup de grace after struggling with the feathered monster in
thc deepest recesses of the forst.
* *     *
I once met a picnic party in another land with flags, buns, concertinas, ginger pop and babies, all complete, driving along gaily in the local
undertaker's waggon, the humour of
it never seemed to strike them, or if
it did probably the touch of morbidity involved gave an added zest to the
day's enjoyment. The average Briton
takes his pleasures very sadly, look
round some time at the theatre
and one sees people who look
as if they would far sooner be at
home nursing the family cat and playing "Home Sweet Home" on the
mouth organ than seeing the stage
villain throwing himself about thc
stage to the accompaniment of piercing shrciks from the peroxided beauty who has scorned his love and broken his hear-r-r-t.
* *     *
Apropos of the theatre, why do
some people take seats in boxes and
stalls at first class entertainments and
robe themselves in ordinary morning
costume? If theatre-goers take certain seats where the style of dress
worn is generally understood to be
evening dress thc least they can do is
to dress accordingly. The theatre is.
of course, a public place, and there is
no law to compel people to wear any
particular form of    clothing,    but if
there is no fixed rule there is at least
an obligation. In some theatres in
Europe it is compulsory to wear evening dress in certain seats, in the
same way as at Monte Carlo one has
to be clothed in conventional attire
before being allowed to enter the
Casino. Victoria is not quite the
same as Monte Carlo, still I have always understood that the "City Beautiful" is up to date in social matters
generally. Ladies are not as a rule
offenders in this respect, and nothing
looks worse than to see a party of
which the ladies are in evening dress
and the men in ordinary morning
suits.
1.     1.     *
Some few weeks ago I commented
in these columns on "speeding" as
indulged in by certain automobiles in
this town. I am sorry to observe that
the speeding nuisance is still very
much in evidence. Some drivers evidently take the words "Deus ex machine" too literally and if they cannot quite kill thc unfortunate pedestrian by flattening him out, do their
best to scare him to death by seeing
how close they can go to the offending microbe who dares to be on the
roadway whilst they are passing. The
police are issuing warnings against
excessive speeding and any offender
in this respect will be summarily
dealt with. All decent motor car
owners will be the first to welcome
the bringing to book of these get-
about-quick madmen.
Oyez! Oyez! Oyez!
LARGE LOTS OR SMALL LOTS
VANCOUVER ISLAND
A SNAP—A SMALL LOT OF
OLD BANFF
SCOTCH   WHISKY
Costs you $1.50, $1.25, or $1.00 a bottle, according as it is guaranteed by the Distillers, James Simpson & Sons, Ltd., Banff,
Scotland, (established 1823) 12, 10 or 5 years old respectively.
A LARGE LOT—$13.50, $12.00 or $9.35 per case of 2 gallons
or 1 dozen bottles.
Victorians have already proved by their demand for this absolutely pure whisky of guaranteed age that they know a good thing
when they taste it.
VICTORIA OFFICE
535 Yates Street Phone 288
Headquarters    for    choice    nursery    std
Apple,  pear, cherry,  plum and peach  to
and    small    fruits,   also   ornamental    tr|
shrubs, roses, evergreens, etc.    Largest
best assorted stock in  British Columbia.]
Ten per cent, cash discount On all orq
above $10.00.
PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE Oj
APPLICATION.
<A Machine That Has No Equal
The Underwood Typewriter
Sold by Baxter & Johnson
809 Government Street       ....       Office Supplies]
The name on the Label should be SCHMIDT'S, if you
want the best in genuine imported Clarets and Burgundies. They have been on this market for the past
fifteen years and stand for the Popular Choice.
For sale by all liquor dealers.
RADIGER & JANION
1318 Wharf Street 'British Columbia Agents
Scraps of conversation overheard in
street cars which stop suddenly are
sometimes vastly entertaining and
give rise to mild speculation as to
what can have been the previous portions of the unheard dialogue. Awakening from a day dream, reverie, the
other afternoon by the sudden stopping of the car I overheard the following remark from one, of two ladies, who were seated immediately in
front of me: "And my dear, even her
stockings had golden lizards embroidered on them!"    How beautiful must
have been the rest of her attire.
#     *     *
Things seem humming up the Portland Canal way and before we know
where wc arc wc shall see another
large city springing up with modern
up-to-date first class hotels, flying machines and all other appendages to enable one to leave thc world quickly,
and expeditiously. People who bought
Portland Canal and Stewart mining
shares are beginning to sit up and
bark, and on thc banks of the Salmon
river, they tell mc you can't see anything for pegs, by pegs I don't
mean liquid ones, but only the nasty
little   chips   of   wood   which   people
quarrel over when the particular si
of the earth they fancy is also fl
cied by someone else.   What's a lif
mud anyway, they only sling it at
another when they get it.
* *     *
Thc   giddy   and   delirous   joys!
Taxi-cab riding can now be indulf
in by the pleasure loving section|
the Victorian public.   Some of th
smart little    cars,   I have   obsen|
gliding over the level streets of
City.   Algy will now be able to tl
his best girl to the theatre or a da|
in a  real  Taxi  and indulge  to
full, for ten minutes or so, the
preme contentment of being whis|
past  the  humble  pedestrian,  at
topmost  speed limit allowed by
guardians of law and order, with
eye on  his  purse and the  other]
the register.
* *     *
Victoria is going to have two
brand new, mounted bobbies on
horses.     The   prospective   "Robe|
have been chosen.   Their saddle
equipment have also been selected,!
they haven't any geegees.   A sugl
(Continued on Page 14) THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL   _. 1910
MUSIC
AND   THE   STAGE
(During the present week the Allen
f.ock  Co.  has  further demonstrated
ability to present classical  plays
Id to attract full houses.   Miss Fella is still the bright particular star
Id  her  support is good.    Possibly
le most finished offering last week
lis "In the Bishop's Carriage." This
Ive Miss  Felton an opportunity to
lsplay     her    versatility    and    she
thieved a conspicuous success. When
Imille was announced for this week
■me of her admirers had an anxious
|.ment for the part is a classic and
taxed the resources of the most
lted emotional actresses of the last
|enty-five years. Miss Felton acquit-
herself    admirably.    Whilst    it
d be unfair to institute compari-
ns it would be unjust not to admit
ht  she  gave  satisfaction  which  is
I mean achievement for a young ac-
Jss.    Mr.   Ayres,  who  produced  a
lst favourable impression in all the
|ys in which he played last week,
been given a rest and Mr. Ken-
|ly substituted as leading man.    I
not think that the change is an
provement.    Mr. Ayres is an actor
psessing   some   exceptional   traits
only  needed waking up a little,
successor whilst competent does
films are being used at this theatre
and it looks well for the up-to-dateness of the management to procure
films of "The Transfusion," which
only appeared in New York on March
28 for the first time and was being
shown in Victoria on April 21st.
Pantages Theatre
This theatre is being entirely renovated and will be open to the public
with an entirely new vaudeville show
on Monday, the 25th next. The seating accommodation will be increased
and the theatre will be fitted up with
everything which will add to the comfort of the audience.
MOMUS.
*     *     *
At the Victoria theatre on Friday,
April 29th, Charles Frohman will present Otis Skinner in his latest New
York success, a new production that
promises to be the most distinct dramatic novelty of the dramatic season. The vehicle selected by Manager
Frohman for Mr. Skinner's use, is a
play reflecting in the most graphic
and fascinating way that mysterious
realm known as "behind the scenes."
The new play is entitled "Your Humble Servant," and emanates from the
brilliant pens of those highly successful authors, Messrs. Booth Tark-
ington and Harry Leon Wilson. It
is a foregone conclusion that "Your
Humble Servant" will prove a dramatic offering of superior quality, otherwise it would not have been chosen
by so astute an impressario as Manager Frohman for so sterling an art-
I
fl   H
Otis Skinner in "Your Humble Servant, Friday, April 29th
I suggest anything like the same re-
led pose.    The other members of
J Company are all good and there
|ears   to   be   no  reason   why   Mr.
should not establish a record by
ning a stock company in Victoria
[full term of the summer season,
he Allen  players are putting on
[ more plays, as they will be
us for about three weeks. Among
will be staged The Second Mrs.
|querafy which ought to draw well.
Emnress Theatre
hat the new management of this
|tre  is  proving popular is  easily
by the numbers attending.  The
jires being shown are above thc 1
■age, and the musical portion of,
I programme  is  quite in  keeping
them.   A handsome new electric |
which has just been purchased
Messrs.    Fletcher   Bros.,   for
is in position just inside the
fnce.    It is operated by turning
switch.    Its tone is one of per-
Iharmony.   A handsome exterior
lortly to be put in this popular
Ire and by the plans, which can
[en in the vestibule this promises
an added attraction for Govern-
Street.    The    famous    "Imp"
ist as Otis Skinner. The play ran
three months in New York at the
Garrick theatre.
"Your Humble Servant" is described as a reflex of theatrical life of today. Mr. Skinner has an entirely
novel role in the character of Lafayette Towers, the tragedian of an itinerant troupe of players. Wedded to
a story of supreme interest, will be
found innumerable quaint episodes
showing in the most realistic way
that the life of the wandering Thespian is not altogether a path of roses.
There are four acts in the new play
and they bristle with piquant dialogue,
novel characterization, surprising situations and dramatic episodes in
which, of course, Mr. Skinner will be
the dominating figure.
New Grand Theatre
Patrons of the Grand theatre next
week will have the opportunity of
hearing Matt Kcefe, vaudeville's
sweetest singer, who visited Victoria
a year ago, but was compelled to return without appearing before the
audiences owing to a very bad cold
contracted suddenly on the journey
across the Sound. Matt Keefe has
given musical pleasure to thousands
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MONDAY, TUESDAY and
SATURDAY
April 25th, 26th and 30th
The Allen Players
In  Ouida's well known  Military
Drama
Under Two Flags
Matinee Saturday at 2.30
Prices—Matinee, 15c and 25c.
Nights, 25c, 35c, soc.
Seats now on Sale.
Thursday, April 28
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Frederic Belasco Presents
St. ELMO
The Dramatic Sensation of the Season from Augusta Evans' book
of the same name.
Prices—$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Gallery—25c
Sale of seats opens Tuesday, April 26,
Friday, April 29
Chas. Frohman Presents
OTIS SKINNER
In His Latest New York Success
Your Humble
Servant
By Messrs. Booth Tarkington and
Harry Leon Wilson
Seat sale opens Wednesday, nyi
Prices—75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Gallery—50c
April 27.
and hc will be heard in many new
songs here.
"Fun on the Boulevard" is the title
of a spectacular novelty which has
never been on the circuit before. It
will be shown here by the Wheelers,
who are among thc most popular
vaudeville artists of thc present time.
They promise an act complete and decidedly humorous that is bound to
take as it fulfils the vaudeville mission of being delightfully entertaining.
Musical Lowe, whose work on the
xylphonc has earned for him the title
of "Thc Paderewski of the Xylophone," will play selections from Ros-
(Contlnued on Page IS)
Interesting
Instructive
ROMANO
THEATRE
A visit to our amusement house wil! 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.
rWJEJTK
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
'    ao—PEOPLE—30
Prices—ise, 25c; boxes, 50c.
THE
New Grand
Week of April 25
Vaudeville's  Sweetest Songster
MATT KEEFE
In a  Delightful Melodious
Repertoire
THE WHEELERS
A Spectacular Novelty
"Fun of the Boulevard"
The Master Methodist
MUSICAL LOWE
The Paderewski oi the
Xylophone
WOOD and LAWSON
Incomparable Dancers
THOS. J. PRICE
NEW MOVING PICTURES
OUR OWN ORCHESTRA
EMPRESS
THEATRE
GOVERNMENT STREET
Under New Management
Showing only the finest pictures procurable, and latest illustrated
Songs.   See our
IMPS
The pictures that make everybody talk about them.
Get the Empress Habit THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 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
SHOPPING FOR
THE WIFE
(By Tom-Tit)
■ I'm a very busy man and I've got
no time for shopping, I leave all that
to my wife, but sornehow as it happened last Saturday afternoon when I
got back from the oflice to lunch, expecting to get a nice quiet afternoon,
I found the house in an uproar, little
Willie, my youngest born, had swallowed a button-hook. There were
four doctors in my house when I arrived and during the explanations
which ensued as to their presence
there, three more turned up, summoned by frantic telephone messages
from my better half. The crisis was
at hand, Doctor Brown, with a piece
of bent wire, was carefully extracting
the button-hook from little Willie's
throat, my wife was hysterical, the
Chinaman had apparently gone mad,
and no signs of lunch were visible
nor did I see any reason to imagine
tnat any would be forthcoming in the
flext few hours, so I determined to
go for a nice quiet stroll after everything was again peaceful, first partaking of a light meal at a restaurant
to walk off the agitation that the
•evdnt had caused. I was just slipping
quietly away down the garden path
when 1 heard my wife's voice, "Edwin, Edwin," she cried, "where are
you going,—you can't be so cruel,
so heartless as to think of leaving me
at a time like this. Now that the
danger is past and dear little Willie
is eating an ice cream and a bun, poor
dear, it is all he fancies; you leave
me at the critical moment when I
want comforting, when the re-action
has set in, and I, who have borne up
so well, (she had apparently forgotten the violent hysterics on my ar-
viral), feel that I cannot go on any
longer without my husband to support me, you basely desert me; you
leave me to my sorrow, and my grief,
and—oh, oh." (Here a flood of tears).
"But my dear."
"Your dear—I'm not your dear—
how dare you call me your dear, you
heartless   wretch?"
"But, my dear," I again ventured, "I
was going out to see if I could get
anything for poor little Willie, some
cake, or toffee, or something."
"Oh,—you were going to get something for Willie! Oh, you dear, how
thoughtless of me, of course you are,
and now I think of it I want a few
things myself and I can't possibly
leave the house today with Willie like
this and me so upset and oh, you dear
—but wait, I'll just write a few little
things down that I want. I'm so
agitated and worried I don't know
what to do."
As she went in to get the list I
groaned. As I've saiffebefore, I'm
not used to shopping arid also I am
a most bashful man and I knew, I
felt, that my wife wanted feminities,
and a cold sweat broke out on my
brow;—all ideas of loirtch had now
fled; I no longer felt the pangs of
hunger—I felt like a criminal awaiting his sentence in the dock. It was
no use expostuating—I had brought it
on myself by saying I was going to
get things for Willie. "Oh what
tangled webs we weave when first we
practise to deceive,"—no martyr being
led to the stake ever felt as terrible
as I felt. I sank into a chair. My
wife came along with a sheet of paper
—to my agonized mind it appeared to
be at least a yard long, and from the
hurried glance I stole at it, seemed
covered with writing. I gasped; I
struggled to speak, but words would
not come.
"This is the list, dear," she said
sweetly; "there are only just a few
little things here.   Now, first, I want
two yards of baby ribbon—here's the
pattern to match it with pinned on
opposite the order, for my evening
waist; and six yards of cream-coloured muslin for my cream frock, and
four yards of insertion for Jane's new
dress, and six yards of flannel for
little nightgowns for dear little Willie,
and four yards of nun's veiling for
baby, and here followed what sounded like enough material to start a
girls' school, a kindergarten, and a
hospital all rolled into one, to say
nothing of the curious names of the
material.
I said nothing, silence seemed
easier. I knew 'twas vain. I moved
my features into what must have been,
I instinctively felt, a ghastly grin:
"You're not looking very well yourself dear," my wife said, "but of
course poor Willie's trouble has upset
you so. Well, now you won't forget
anything, will you? Good-bye dear,
I must go now and see after poor
dear little Willie."
I took the list mechanically and
turned my unwilling footsteps towards
the car line. If the car would only
break down, but no, it was not to be.
As I emerged on the road one came
in sight round the corner and I
crawled on board. I arrived at the
store in what seemed an incredibly
short space of time—I had not even
time to make myself even dimly conversant with the mere outline of the
formidable list. For quite ten minutes I hung about outside gazing abstractedly into the window and alternately trying to study the items on
the paper, but it was quite useless, my
brain refused to grasp the contents
enumerated, then boldly clutching the
list and taking my courage in both
hands I entered.
For a time no one appeared to notice me and I was on the point of
sneaking out again when a young lady
appeared from somewhere and asked
me in an insidious tone what I required. I had a sudden impulse to
hand her the list and wait till all the
things were folded up and ready for
me, but I remembered my wife told
mc I was to see that the things she
had  put  down were  the  things  she
wanted and I was to examine each
article separately.
I looked at the first article on the
list; it read two yards of baby ribbon
to match pattern, so I plunged boldly into the breach: "I want two yards
of baby to match this ribbon," I began, then seeing a ripple of laughter
spreading over the young lady's face
I blushed and stammered: "No—I
mean the pattern to match the ribbon
of the baby; no, I don't mean that—
oh,   Baby's   ribbons."
"Oh, you mean baby's bonnet
strings," she said, and whisked off before I had time to explain further.
She appeared with a box and began to
throw different coloured ribbons all
over the counter. I couldn't stand
the strain, so, seizing the first piece
that looked like the pattern, I said
feebly, "Oh, this will do please."
"How many yards did you say—
two; thank you," and in the twinkling
of an eye a neatly folded package was
placed on the counter before me.
"Next please," said the bewitching
one.
"Six yards of cream coloured mus,
please,"  I  muttered.
"Cream coloured what?" said the
fair one.
This was a poser; what was the
colour of the dress, or was it for
Janft's nightgowns; no, it said quite
distinctly, "cream coloured mus," and
underneath "uncertain," it looked like;
what did the mysterious mus stand for
—of course, must be mustard, and carrying on the train of thought—mustard, mustard, of course—a mustard
plaster for poor Willie and mustard
plasters are always wrapped in flannel.
"Oh, it's for a poultice," I said
spasmodically.
"For a poultice," echoed the young
lady, convulsed this time. "I don't
quite figure out what you mean—oh,
for a mustard poultice, flannel you
mean—oh, you want some flannel for
a mustard poultice? I see," and again
she disappeared, appearing this time
with some red flannel. This is what
we generally sell for poultices; we
don't keep cream coloured," she said.
"How many yards?"
"Six," I said thankfully.   I was get
ting on quite nicely and she seeme
to know what I wanted so well—
was a great help, and I felt that m
deductions about the "mus" had ii
deed been brilliant. ,
"The next, please!"
I glanced at the list; had I bougl
six yards of flannel or six yards
uncertain; what was this "uncertain
"I want six yards of uncertain, pleas
"Uncertain," you don't mean cu
tain muslin, do you-" she simper<
elusively.
Muslin, where had    I heard    th
word before.   Oh, I was getting
horribly mixed.   "No,    uncertain
says; my wife you know, always trus
to my shopping,"  (I blushed at n
own bluff), "and if she is uncerta
about anything she leaves it to
that's why  she put down  uncertai
"Oh, Isee," said the beauteous or
smiling sympathetically, "then whi
just, would you like in the way of t
material you're speaking about."
I wasn't aware that I had be
speaking about any material in par
cular, it was all so confusing, but
she said so, I supposed I had, so
said: "0 h.the curtains." Of cour.'
I remembered now, we did want sor
curtains for the children's room, a;
now a brilliant idea struck me; w'
shouldn't I strike out with an id
all of my own and surprise my wi
What does a mere woman know abc
shopping after ajl?
"I should like the curtains to
something bright; they're for the ch
dren's room, you kniw; some pictui)
on them illustrating a fairy tale, Jal
and the Beanstalk, or Humpty DunI
ty, or any little old tale like that.'f
The lady looked rather puzzled
looked at me in rather a searchil
manner, I thought. She was evidenl
impressed with the ingeniousness |
the idea. "I'll go and see," she sq
"if we've got anything of that
scription."
I waited in gleeful anticipation,
returned with two other young
dies and they seemed amused |
something; it is so pleasant to
people cheerful round one, and I
quite brave.    They all  carried laJ
Continued on page Hi
Greatest Silk Sale Ever
Held
Dominion!
The above statement while broad, is nevertheless true, and that it is fully realized is proved by the daily
increase in our sales. Our entire stock of SILKS, KIMONAS, OPERA CLOAKS, TABLE COVERS, DOYLIES,
SCARFS, COTTON CREPE, and SILK STOCKINGS is included in this sale.   Here's just a sample of prices:
Regular price per yard, 50c,
Sale price j|	
Regular price, per yard, 75c.
Sale price |	
NATURAL PONGEE
35c
50c
Regular price, per yard, $1.25.
Sale price	
Regular price, per yard, $1.75,
Sale Price	
65c
$1
Colored Pongee, regular 50c.  Sale Price 35c
Oriental Importing Co.
The White Front Silk House
510 Cormorant Street
MAIL ORDERS ATTENDED TO
Opp. E. & N. Depot THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 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
strict 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
[ouse, 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
|>t 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.
listian Name and Surname of Voter
lir, John 	
lir, Thomas 	
Ims, Herbert William	
Ims, Thomas Leithwaite ..
Ir, George  	
lettaz,  Michael   	
\\i_,   William   	
forn, Duncan Rudolph 	
Lrson, George Albert 	
|:rson, Jonathan	
landerson, Charles 	
In, William James 	
frose, Joshua Thomas	
lerson,  Anders   	
erson, Albert	
erson, Harry	
erson, Harry	
erson, James	
Irews, Pat Jno. Alexander
|rews, William Thomas ..
us, George Sims 	
lony, Maurice 	
leby, Herbert  	
lid, Frank  	
ly, Thomas Edward  ....
ly, Edward John 	
Ion,  Herbert Stone  	
Iison, Frank Elmer 	
lage, Frederick  	
Ihuck, Alex	
lus, Thomas Joe	
ly, William Edward 	
Ir, Arthur   	
Ir, Edwin Ernest  	
Ir,   Evan   	
Ir, George  	
Ir, John   	
|r, Stephen	
vin, Alfred 	
Imr, David M	
jirrie,  James   	
Jntine, William  	
|an, Charles 	
, Walter	
ler, John 	
lour, Chas. Hunter 	
|er, Harry  	
aw, John Burford  	
bw, Thomas Andrew 	
lett, Charles Montague ..
Tett, John	
lett, Louis	
Jett, William	
ley, Chas. Stanley 	
fie, Chas. Graydon 	
ilands, Arthur John 	
Ion, James  	
Ion,  Malcolm McLeod  ..
Ian, Robt. Arthur 	
by, John Frederick	
1 George Thomas	
Robt. Arthur 	
I William Jeffrey 	
William  	
William  	
(man,  Charles   	
len, Albert Jesse 	
Is, Robt.  Bartlett  	
|yman, Frederick T	
William 	
Winfred Hugh Francis .
pe, Thos. Carfrue  	
vistl-, William 	
lop,  Herbert  	
Tincourt, Fred. Joseph 	
k, David 	
Ik, Geo. Alexander 	
|kburn. George Samuel ...
Icett, Robert Cuthbert ...
kstock, Clarence Westley
le,  George  	
le, Stewart  	
|er, Phillip  	
ce, Robert 	
le, Rubert Rutherford	
lit, Henry Stephen 	
Im, John H	
[infield, James 	
Ir, Edwin Arthur 	
|den, Charles 	
ey, Alfred 	
Joseph  	
John  	
Itti, Vittoria 	
[field, Walter Stanton 	
Wm. Henry 	
Henry  	
fer, Chas. Henry 	
lien, John Lindsay 	
In, Frank Ernest 	
|rs, John 	
nan, Ebenezer	
I;, Alfred Charles 	
fhaw, James 	
Arthur Eagland 	
Bell, Jas. Corwin 	
|twe!l, George William .,
pe,  Thomas   	
(bent,  Claude D	
ler, Thomas  ,
is, James	
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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 	
i 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 Labouchere 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  	
T020 Labouchere Street 	
733 Broughton Street 	
Cor. Michigan and Young 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  	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Com. Merchant 	
Com. Merchant 	
Clerk   	
Horseman 	
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   	
Laborer  	
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Advertising Agent ...
Restaurant Keeper ...
Civil Service	
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Janitor  	
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Sealer 	
Teamster 	
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Clerk   	
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Engineer  	
Engineer  	
Seaman   	
Physician	
Fisherman   	
Bartender  	
Clerk 	
Accountant 	
Livery Stable Keeper
Theatre Manager	
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Bartender   	
Laborer  	
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PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that,
under and by virtue of this Aot, a
Commission has been issued to His
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 publio
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 accordingly.
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
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 the tender, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter into contract when called upon
to do so, pr 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 in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Wo.rks 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 office of the Government Agent,
Kamloops; the office 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 fall 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 ln the envelopes accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., ISth March, 1910.
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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 52nd 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    Certificate    of   Title   to
Lots 7, 13, 27, 36, 86, 46, 61, 62, 63,
67, 68, 69, 91, 92, 93, 105, West half
of Lot 8 and West half of Lot 14
of Suburban Lots 37 and 45, Esquimau District.
NOTICE  Is hereby  given  that  it  Is
my Intention  at  the  expiration  of one
month  from the date of the first publication hereof to Issue a Duplicate Certificate 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 23, 1909
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Brown, Charles M  866 Pioneer Street
Brown,   David     854 View Street
Brown, George    59 Pandora Street
Brown, George     1425 Store Street
Brown, George     1416 Taunton Street
Brown, George     Empire   Hotel
Brown, George   I King Edward Hotel
Residence
Brown,  John
Brown,  John Alexander
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   	
Corrcn, Harry  	
Cottenham, John W. F	
Cottingham, Harry 	
Coughlan, Jnlin 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  	
Cttrran,   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  	
101 Pandora Street
722 McClure Street  	
1937 Blanchard Street  	
825 Fisguard Street 	
70 N. Pembroke Street 	
Belton Avenue  	
?.6 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 	
732 Johnson Street 	
Princess  Victoria   	
Princess  Victoria   	
564  Yates  Street   	
195 Cook Street   	
606  Huriiboldt  Street   	
75 Fort Street  	
106 North Park Street  	
"53 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  	
.6$y2 Douglas Street	
518 Superior Street   	
101  Kingston  Street   	
8 Humboldt Street  	
8 Humboldt Street	
196 Cook Street 	
19 Green Street  	
Mary Street, West side 	
6t8 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  ...
1-63  Fernwood   Rd	
2001 Store Street 	
Dominion  Hotel   	
221  Cook  Street   	
Springfield Avenue, Victoria West
6 Harrison Street  	
Driard  Hotel   	
129 Douglas Street 	
733 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 —
T030  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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SKEENA LAND DISTEICT
District of Queen Charlotte _
TAKE NOTICE, that I, William Bucl-1
land, intends to apply for a license tl
prospect for coal on the following aiif
scribed lands: I
Commencing at a post planted at thi
southeast corner of Section 29, Towrj
ship 6, Graham Island, being the soutli
east corner of land applied for; themjl
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chainl!
thenee south 80 ehains; thence east iff
chains to point of commencement, coil
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated February 25th,  1910.
WILLIAM BUCKLAND.
mch 12 John Demers, Agenl
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that George Wheelej.
intends to apply for a license to pro!
pect for coal on the following describe
lands: 1
Commencing at a post planted at til
northwest eorner of Section 16, Towil
ship 6, Graham Island, being the norttl
west corner of land applied for; then'f
east 80 ehains; thenee south 80 chain]
thence west 80 chains; thence north a
chains to point of commencement, co|
taining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated February 25th, 1910.
GEORGE WHEELER,
meh 12 John Demers, Agerl
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Percy   Mans.1
of  Victoria,   painter,   intends   to   appl
for permission to purchase the folloil
ing described lands:—Commencing atj
post planted at an angle of Section 51
Renfrew District; thence west 60 chainl
thence   east     along    beach     about
chains;   thence   north   about   30   chai|
to point of commencement.
Dated March 21st,  1910.
PERCY MANSER,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agei!
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
Distriot of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Allan AndrJ
Calwell, of Victoria, liveryman, intent
to apply for permission to purchase tl
following described lands:—Commencil
at a post planted at the south-east c(I
ner of Lot 64, Renfrew District; thenl
west 80 chains; thence east along bea.1
about 80 chains to south-west eorner I
T.ot 54; thence north 20 chains to poll
of commencement.
Dated March 21st, 1910.
ALLAN ANDREW CALWELLl
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agei
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Clel
land intends  to apply  for a  license f
prospect for coal on  the following
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at .
southwest corner of Section 26, To\L
ship 6, Graham Island, being the soul
west corner of land applied for; thej
north 80 chains; thence east 80 chaii
thence south 80 chains; thence west!
chains to point of commencement, e|
taining 640 acres  more or less.
Dated February 25th, 1910.
CHARLES CLEVELAND,
mch 12 John Demers, Agd
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Queen Charlotte
TAKE NOTICE that I, Bert Wheel
Intends to apply for a licence to prl
pect for coal on the following descrilf
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
southwest corner of land applied 1
thence north 80 chains; thence east I
chains; thence south 80 chains; thei
west 80 chains to point of commen
ment, containing 640 acres, more or lil
Dated February 25th, 1910.
tmHT WHEELER,
mch 12 John Demers, Aga
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE   NOTICB   that   Charles   Nol
Tubman, of Victoria, contractor, inteil
to apply for permission to purchase
following described lands:—Commenc!
at a pnst planted at an angle  of E
tion    54,   Renfrew   District,   about
chains  nortli  of  the  north-west  coril
of   Lot   113;   thence   west   50   chall
thence south 10 chains to shore; there
east  along  shore  to  west  line  of  ll
113;   thence  north  about   25   chains r
point of commencement.
Dated March  21st,  1910.
CHARLES NOBLE TUBMANl
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agei
VICTORIA   LAND   DISTRICT
District  of Coast.
TAKE   NOTICE   that   Robert   Arl
strong,  of Vancouver, B.C.,  oeoupatif
Master   Mariner,   intends   to  apply
permission   to   purchase   the   followij
described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted in
vicinity of Green Point, Thurlow Islal
Cardero Channel, at a post situate aba
sixty chains in a south-easterly dlrl
tion from said Green Point, and marlf
"R.A.N.E."; thenee 40 chains soul
thence 20 chains west; thence 40 chai
north; thence 20 chains east to the po|
of commencement.
Dated  February  8th,  1910.
ROBERT ARMSTRONG,
feb 19 Per Chas. McHardy, AgJ
RENFREW   LAND   DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Abram Thrash!
of Victoria, farmer, Intends to apif
for permission to purchase the folloi
ing described lands.—-Commencing all
post planted besides J. W. WilliaiJ
post; thence north 80 chains; then
east 35 chains; thence south 80 chaii
thence west 35 chains to place of col
mencement and containing 280 aerf
more  or  less.
Dated April Sth, 1910.
Dated  January 26th,  1910.
ABRAM THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agej
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Athol J. Cle-^
of Victoria,  intends  to  apply  for  .
mission  to  purchase  the  following
scribed  lands:—Commencing at  a
planted   about   70   chains   east   of
north-west  corner  of  Lot  54,  Renfil
District; thence north 20 chains; thel
west 80 chains; thence south 20 chair
thence east 80 chains to point of cq
mencement.
Dated March  24th, 1910.
ATHOL J.  CLEART,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Agl
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Benjamin
Comings, of Victoria, intends to ad
for permission to purchase the folll
ing described lands:—Commencing _f
post planted at an angle of Lot 1
Renfrew District, about 40 chains \*|
of Boulder Point; thence north 1
chains; thence west 40 chains; tha
south 20 chains; thence east along bq
to point of commencement.
Dated March  21st, 1910.
BENJAMIN R. CUMMINGS,
apl 2 Thomas Baker, Aa THE WEEK, SATURDAY. APRIL 23, 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 	
Dc 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	
Dobbic,   Thomas   	
Dobie, Ernest James 	
Dodd,  Harry   	
Dodd,  Harry Ward   	
Dodgson, Herbert	
Dodgson, Lewis	
Dodson, Ernest W	
Donaldson, Charles  	
Donaldson, George 	
Doney,  Samuel   	
Donnall,   Michael   O	
Dorcy, Ernest William   	
Dougal, Thomas Tennent 	
Dougherty,  Arthur  F	
Douglas, Campbell  E. A	
Dower,   Edward   	
fisher,   Henry   	
'ishcr, James 	
'isher, Thomas  Victor   	
''itzpatrick, Daniel  	
'itzpatrick, John Francis  	
'lanagan, John 	
'lanagan, Stephen	
'tannery, William	
'letcher,  Archibald   	
'letcher, Ernest Muir   	
'letcher, Thomas Whildc 	
'oard,   Sydney   	
'oard, Sydney  	
'ord, Percy Edwin  	
'ord, Robert Clayton  	
fortune, Peter Wm. Steel  	
1'raser, Daniel  Alexander  	
'raser, James 	
'raser, James Ross 	
'reeman,  George  Arthur  	
'recnian, Hector N	
Vost, John   	
'ynney, Victor	
'ynney, Victor 	
iaerdes, Henry  	
iagnon, Joseph 	
Jalbraith, Frederick Alexander
Jalbraith,  John  James   	
Jallagher, Patrick William 	
jandy, James  '	
Jarrett, John  Phillip   	
Jarscadden,  John    *.	
icmmell, Chas. Tullock A.   ...
jcor^e,   Robert   	
Jeorgc, Robert Stephen 	
■ribbons, Reginald Edward ....
Jibbons, William James  	
jibson, John   	
jibson,  Richard  Culvcner   ....
jiffin, Herbert Stanley   	
Jilbert, Chas. Albert   	
Jilchrist, Johnson Ardgar   	
Jiles, George Pitman  	
Jill, Leonard Alfred 	
Jilmour, Frederick Alexander .
ilide, Andrew Henry  	
iodfrcy, Frederick William  ...
Jodfrey, Percival  Reginald   ...
rodtel,   Adam   	
todwin, Ernest 	
Joepcl, Clarence Dorset  	
joing,  Alvah  Seymour  	
jollion.   William   	
Jood, David A	
jodenough,  Charles   	
iondeve, James Frank 	
Joodie, Thomas E	
joodman, Christopher  	
Joodman, William Joseph  —
loodwin, Ralph Abraham 	
Jordon, James 	
Jordon, James Fcttes 	
.ordon, Robert George  	
iovan,  James   	
Iraham, James Albert  	
Iraham, John   	
Iraham, John  J	
iranger, James  	
rrangcr, James 	
.rant,   George   Morrison   	
.ray, Edward Walker  	
rray, James 	
ray, Robert  	
reaney, James  	
rcen, George William  	
reen, James  	
reen. John Ford 	
rcenhalgh. John  	
Ireenwell, John 	
regg, Richard Clement  	
Ircggs,  Edward   	
Ireig, Donald   	
Ireig, Frank 	
|reig,  Robert   	
■ey, Stearns Leander  	
•eyerbiehl, Paul  M	
•iffin, George Frederick  	
iffin, William Edward  	
iffiths, Edward Henry  	
Residence
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115
152
420
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  	
13S Chatham Street  	
S. S. Princess Victoria 	
25 Johnson Street 	
45 Fernwood Road   	
778 Hill Street 	
50 Yates Street 	
22  Harbor  Cottage,  Store  Street  	
210 Quebec Street 	
722 Discovery Street 	
1077   Chamberlain   Street   	
33 Birdcage Walk 	
101 Oswego Street	
71  Henry Street  	
146 Fort Street  	
36 John Street  	
Edmonton Rd. bet. Fernwood and Shakespeare St
46 Yates Street 	
1550 Johnson Street 	
California Hotel 	
Queen's Hotel, Store Street 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
50 Yates Street  	
560 Rithet Street	
Poodle Dog Hotel 	
40 Quadra  Street   	
751   _f ates Street   I
13 Pembroke Street  |
Brunswick Hotel   !
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. Tecs  	
813 Heywood Avenue  	
Grand  Pacilic  Hotel   	
513  Herald  Street   	
View  Street   	
Douglas Street  	
Burnside Road  	
66 John Street	
VV. 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 Flotel 	
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 	
61 r   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    I
453 Government Street   *
Colonial Hotel   I
S. S. Princess Victoria  i
113 Fisguard Street   I
^7   Simcoe   Street   	
Grand Pacific Hotel  J
82 King's Road  	
822 North  Park Street    I
Cor. Montreal and Simcoe Street  j
1250 Johnson Street  *
Clarence Hotel   I
61 r Alpha Street  j
Colonial Hotel    j
Amphion Street, bet. Leighton and Oak Bay Avci
67 First Street   j
67 First Street   j
67 First Street   i
125 Quadra Street  '
766 McClure Street   I
Colonial Hotel   i
717 Victoria Crescent  I
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 Seotion 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.
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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 64; thenee
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.
reside in the District
reside in the District
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:*—Cemmenclng at a posi
planted on  north boundary line of Lot
54,   Renfrew   District;   thence   east   80
ehains;  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 poet
planted at an angle of Lot 64, Renfrew
District; thence north 20 chains; thence
west 10 chains; thence north 40 chains;
thenee 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 Victoria
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 ohalns; thence west 20
chains; south about 60 chains; thence
east along beach nbout 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 enst along beach; thence
north about 50 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
chains 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 55 chains to place of commencement and containing 292 acres,
more or less.
Dated April 5th,  1910.
apl   9    JOSEPH WILLIAM   WILLIAMS
WArER 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 office, 514 Fort Street, Victoria; capital, $10,000, divided into 100
■shares of $100;   $600 paid up.
(b) The name of the lake, stream 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 mlle
above the big Canyon on Gordon River.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(In cubic feet per second),  3,500.
(0) The character of the proposed
works ls 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.
ig) The purposes for which the water
l.s to be used.  Power Purposes.
(h) If for Irrigation describe the land
intended to be Irrigated, giving acreage, not for Irrigation.
(1) if the water Is to bo used for
power or mining purposes describe tiie
place where the water Is to be returned
to sonic 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 Iwo and one-half miles below Newton's No. I Camp. Difference
in  altitude,  aibout  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 he made to the Commissioner on the
first  dny of May,   1910.
(1) Give the names and addresses of
nny riparian proprietors or licensees who
or whose lands are likely to be affected
by lhe 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. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
ChristiaaName 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 	
Jcnncr, Charles  	
Jenns, Percy Arden 	
Jensen, Anton 	
Jewell,  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   	
17 Ellice Street  	
475 David Street 	
Burnes House 	
22 Delta Street 	
1120 Caledonia Avenue 	
7425 Store Street  	
49 Discovery Street 	
7870 Douglas Street 	
King Edward Annex, Yates Street	
874 Johnson Street 	
70 Milne Street 	
439 Quebec Street 	
191S  Douglas Street   	
Stonyhurst, Belcher Street 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
117 Ladysmith Street 	
646 Belton Street 	
Lot 37, Spring Road 	
643 Michigan Street 	
70 Frederick Street  	
Rock Bay Hotel 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street 	
1726 Government Street 	
873 Heywood Avenue	
96 John Street 	
107 Pandora Street 	
S. S. Victoria	
7224 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	
7740 Cadboro Bay Road 	
1004 Labouchere Street 	
840 Johnson Street 	
743 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  	
671 Superior Street 	
74 San Juan Avenue 	
823 Cormorant Street  	
739% 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   	
7246 Rudlin Street	
2516 Government Street  	
Baird House, Pandora Street 	
444 Kingston Street	
Burnside Road	
Lot 80, Fairfield Road 	
Royal  Arms  Hotel   	
California Hotel 	
78 Edmonton Road  	
1472 Dallas Road 	
7156 Yates Street	
320 Michigan Street 	
20 San Juan Avenue  	
945 Fort Street	
945 Fort Street	
C*<r  ial Hotel, Johnson Street 	
' L'ates and Vancouver Street 	
2544 Blanchard Avenue 	
728 Douglas Street 	
Colonial Hotel	
7032 Frederick Street 	
7757 Pandora Street 	
Royal Hotel, Fort Street  	
557 Johnson Street 	
42!^  Bridge Street  	
744 Cormorant Street 	
Strand  Hotel   	
Thorold House, Government Street 	
Thorold House, Government Street 	
926 Fort Street 	
760 Caledonia Avenue 	
Cor. Fort and Douglas Street 	
Queen's Hotel   	
9 Bellot Street	
Springfield Avenue, near Esquimalt Road
727 Fort Street  	
Colonial Hotel 	
7 Dominion Road 	
803 King's Road  	
409 John Street 	
9 Alpha Street 	
732 Fort Street 	
766 Johnson Street 	
948 Pandora Street 	
62 Hillside Avenue 	
74 Mcars Street 	
704 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 	
7327  Johnson  Street   	
Pembroke Street, near Douglas Street ...
7379 Broad Street 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
Edmonton  Road   	
773 Chatham Street  	
Pulman House, Douglas Street 	
814 View Street   	
838 North Park Street  	
773 Chatham Street  	
773 Chatham Street  	
Cor. Bridge Street and Work Street	
St. George's Inn, Esquimalt Road 	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Longshoreman   	
Carpenter  	
Clerk   	
Bricklayer 	
Book-keeper	
Carpenter  	
Laborer  	
Laborer 	
Oiler 	
Laborer  	
School Teacher 	
Clerk 	
Cook 	
Teamster	
Longshoreman   	
Agent 	
Book-keeper	
Laborer 	
Steamboatman	
Mariner  	
Com. Traveller 	
Laborer  	
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 	
Machinist   	
Civil Engineer	
Stoker   	
Joiner 	
Printer 	
Militia Staff 	
Machine Hand  	
Longshoreman	
Miner 	
Clerk 	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Steward	
Clerk	
Meter Repairer
Mill Hand	
Laborer 	
Builder	
Cement Worker ..
Laborer 	
Steamboatman	
Laborer  	
Longshoreman   ....
Painter   	
Engineer 	
Furniture Finisher ,
Gentleman   	
Tailor   	
Tailor   	
Electrician   	
Grocer  	
Clerk   	
Fireman   	
Seaman 	
Blacksmith   	
Clerk   	
Gentleman	
Sailor	
Sailor	
Machinist   	
Butcher  	
Fireman   	
Tinsmith  	
Paint Mixer 	
Tinsmith  	
Druggist   	
Stickerhand   	
Journalist   	
Freight Clerk	
Watchmaker	
Laborer  	
Lineman   	
Traveller 	
Grocer   	
Carpenter   	
Carpenter   	
Laborer  	
Contractor   	
Gentleman   	
Waiter  	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Electric Lampman
Driver   	
Seaman   	
Driver   	
Deckhand   	
Clerk   	
Driver   	
Horse Dealer   	
Carpenter   	
Storekeeper   	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Plumber   	
Steward  	
Laborer  	
Carpenter   	
Plumber   	
Lampfitter   	
Teamster 	
Retired   	
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RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Samuel Douglasl
of Victoria, gentleman, Intends to appljT
for permission to purchase the follow|
ing described lands:—Commencing at
post planted about 42 chains west fron
the north-east corner of lot 117, T. L|
36,048; thence north 70 chains; thencif
east 20 chains; thence south 70 chainsl
thence west 20 ehains to place of coml
mencement, and containing 140 aoresf
more or less.
Dated April 5th, 1910.
SAMUEL   DOUGLAS,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent]
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Vietoria
TAKE NOTICE that John Williari
Speck, of Victoria, clerk, intends to ap
ply for permission to purchase the fol|
lowing described lands:—Commencing i
a post planted at the south-east cornel
of S. Douglas'; thence north 70 chainsl
thence east 20 chains; thence south 7|
chains; thence west 20 chains to placT
of commencement, and containing 14|
acres, more or less.
Dated April Bth, 1910.
JOHN WILLIAM SPECK,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agenl
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICB that Frances
Thrasher, of Mosten, Sask., occupatloJ
Married Woman, intends to apply fq
permission to purchase the followln
described lands:—Commencing at a poj
planted at the N.E. corner of J.
William's; thence east 60 chains; thend
south 20 chains; thence west 60 chainl
thence north 20 chains to place
commencement, containing 120 acre|
more or less.
Dated April Bth, 1910.
FRANCES J. THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Ageri
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that William Mostjl
Thrasher, of Mosten, Sask., farmer,
tends  to apply  for permission  to  pu|
chase the of llowing  described  lands :-.
Commencing  at  a post  planted at  t]
south-east corner of Samuel Thrasherl
thence north 80 chains; thence east
chains; thence south 80 chains; thenl
west 40 chains to place of commenol
ment,  and   containing  320  acres,   mo]
or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
WILLIAM MOSTYN THRASHER,!
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agef
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that S. J. Milliken, I
Midland, Ontario, occupation, Merchai
intends to apply for permission* to pJ
chase the following described lands!
Commencing at a post planted about]
chains south of Section 31, Township I
at the north-east corner of S. Thrashel
claim; thence north 30 chains to sotT
line of Section 31, Township 12; ea
80 chains; south 30 chains; west
chains.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
SAMUEL JOHN MILLIKENl
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agei
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Vietoria
TAKE NOTICE that John Weal
Bridgman, of Victoria, occupation Bl
ker, intends to apply for permission!
purchase the following described lanl
—Commencing at a post planted besl
H. P. Simpson's; thence north 80 chaii
thence east 10 chains', thence south T
chains; thence east 30 chains; theil
south 30 ehains; thence west 40 chat
to place of commencement, and conta|
ing 170 acres,  more or less.
Dated  April  4th,  1910.
JOHN WEAVER BRIDGMAN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agei
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Robert Beard, I
Victoria, gentleman, intends to apa
for permission to purchase the folio]
ing described lands:—Commencing an
post planted at north-east corner ]
Lot 248; thence north 30 chains; then
east B0 chains; thence south 30 chaii
thence west 60 chains to place of col
mencement, and containing 1B0 aerf
more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
ROBERT BEARD,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agei
RENFREW  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Bernard Ryan, I
Victoria, gentleman, Intends to apply ■
permission to purchase the following il
scribed lands:—Commencing at a pn
planted about 40 ehains east and abil
64 chains north of the north-west cl
ner of Lot 252, Renfrew Distriot; thetf
south 64 chains; thence west 64 chala
thence north 64 chains; thence east f
chains to place of commencement,
containing 409 acres, more or less.
Dated April 4th, 1910.
BERNARD  RYAN,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Age!
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE tliat H. E. Thrashl
of Mosten, Sask., occupation Farml
Intends to apply for permission to piT
chasechase the following descritf
lands:—Commencing at a post plana
about 40 chains east and about 64 cl
north of the N. W. corner of Lot 2|
Renfrew District; thence south 24 clf
thenee east SO chs.; thence north
chs.; thence west SO chains to placel
commencement and containing 192 ac|
more or less.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
H. E.  THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agei
RENFREW LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that F. E. Randall,)
Victoria, occupation Clerk, Intends to f
ply for permission to purchase the
lowing described lands:—
Commencing at a post planted ab|
50 chains north of the shore on
east line of T. L. 3B167, thence eastl
chains; thence north 60 chains; the|
west 45 chains; thence south 60 cha
to place of commencement and contd
ing 240 aeres more or less.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
F. E. RANDALL,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agl
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that Samuel Thrasl
of Mosten, Sask., farmer, intends tol
ply for permission to purchase the [
lowing described lands:—Commencin|
a  post planted  at  the  north-west
ner of Lot 247, thence north SO cha
thence east  40 chains; thence soutli
ehains; thence west 40 chains to ,
of commencement,   and   containing
acres, more or less.
Dated April 2nd, 1910.
SAMUEL THRASHER,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, A_| THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 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  	
Lepper, Harry 	
Levelle,  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	
Lowe,  John   	
Lumsden, John A	
Lynch, Matthew, Wm. E.   ..
Lynch,  William	
Maas, Leonhard  	
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	
McTntosh, Nicholl   	
McTntyrc, Chas. M	
McTntyre,  Donald   	
McTver,  Donald   	
McKay,  Neil   	
McKeating, Henry 	
Mackenzie,  Chas	
McKenzie, John Alex	
McKenzie, John W	
McKenzie, Peter	
Mackenzie, Roderick 	
McKinnon, Angus 	
McKinnon, S. James 	
McKinnon,  William   	
Mackintosh, Clias. H. L. ...
McLachlan, William  	
McLaren, Wm. Gray 	
McLaughlin,  Alex	
MacLaughlan, Thos. Spears
MacLean, Gordon K	
MacLean,   Hector   	
McLean, Murdock
McLean,   William   .
McLean,  William   .
McLean,   William   .
McLean, Wm.  H.   .
McLennan, Thomas
Residence
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 	
844 View Street 	
36 South Park Street 	
1517 Amelia Street 	
Cor. Leighton and Dudley Streets .
1817 Quadra	
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 	
45  Pembroke   	
Oriental Hotel  	
Belton Avenue 	
W. C. T. U. Mission 	
53 Quadra Street 	
79 John Street  	
634 Michigan Street 	
tig Blanchard Street 	
94 Superior Street 	
1023 View Street  	
28 Pioneer Street   ,	
902 Fort Street  	
722  Market Street  	
Profession, Trade or Calling
W.
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 	
Seaman   	
Lineman 	
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 ...
Machinist   	
Retired	
Baker  	
Carpenter   	
Blacksmith  	
Journalist 	
Stonecutter 	
Miner 	
Machine Hand	
Carpenter   	
Com. Traveller 	
Laborer 	
Clerk 	
Logger	
Fireman 	
Fireman	
Sailor  	
Teamster 	
Photo Engraver 	
Tailor 	
Steward 	
Laborer  	
Painter	
Seaman  .;	
Blacksmith's Helper
Clerk   	
Laborer  	
Boiler Maker 	
Laborer 	
Master Mariner	
Bank Clerk   	
Iron Moulder  	
Teamster	
Hotel Keeper	
Shoemaker   	
Laborer	
Clerk 	
Agent
Nature of Objection
1452 Milne Street
California  Hotel    Laborer  	
Market Exchange ! Teamster 	
717 View Street  i Logger	
12 Discovery Street  \ Laborer  	
21 Rendall Street  I Retired	
66J^  Pembroke Street  | Carpenter   	
C. P. R., Belleville Street    Quartermaster ....
808 Blanchard Street  I Real Estate Broker
Rae
St. Charles Street 	
Rockland Park    	
Richmond Road 	
220 Cook Street	
478 Kingston Street	
Gonzales Hill  	
1726 Government Street  	
827 Fort Street 	
814 Johnson Street	
70T Belton Street 	
Belcher  Street  	
Courtenay Street 	
63 Fort Street  	
17  Humboldt  Street   	
T039 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 	
Cherry Bank. Quadra Street 	
2831 Bridge Street 	
T04 Ontario Street 	
7024 McGregor Avenue 	
449   Quebec   Street   	
Telegraph Hotel   	
52 Belleville Street 	
732T Cook Street 	
Mfrs. Agent
Agent 	
Farmer 	
Clothier  	
Stoker 	
Telegrapher  	
Fireman 	
Mason   	
Salesman 	
Shipwright   	
Coachman 	
Agent  	
Seaman   	
Laborer  	
Real Estate Agent
Truckman  	
Carpenter   	
Laborer	
Financial Agent  ..
Carpenter 	
Merchant	
Fireman 	
Clerk  	
Nil 	
Shipwright   	
Deckhand   	
Com. Traveller  ...
Retired 	
Fireman   	
Tailor
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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 eorner
of Lot 109; thence north 40 chains;
thence west 40 chains; thence south 40
chains; thence east 40 chains 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  DISTRICI'
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Percy Walls, ot
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.
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; thenee 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
District of Vietoria
TAKE NOTICE that Lorenzo Alexander, of Victoria, gentleman, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:—Commen*.
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; thenoe 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 ehains; 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
cliains north and 40 chains east of the
N. E. corner of Lot 252, Renfrew District, thence south 2*1 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence north 24 chains;
thence west 80 chains to place of commencement 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 nt a post planted 40 chains
west from S. W. corner post L 146, Renfrew District; thence 40 chains north;
thence west SO 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 116, Renfrew District; thenee nortli 40 ohains; thence
east 40 chains; thence soutli 50 chains;
tiience west 40 chains along shoro line
to point of commencement, containing
ISO acres,  more or less.
Dated March 7th, 1910.
apl 7 EDWARD DOYLE.
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE Ihat Leigh H. Mllli-
ken, of Vancouver, clerk, Intends to np-
nly 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 cliains; tiience cast 40 chains;
thence south 10 cliains; thence enst 40
cliiiins to place of commencement, and
eontiiinlng 210 acres, more or less.
Dated  April  4th,  1910.
LEIGH H,  M1LL1KEN,
np] 9 J. W. Williams, Agent.
RENFREW   LAND  DISTRICT
Carpenter    | Ceased to reside in the District
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Annie A. Beard,
nf Victoria, intends to apply for permission to purchase tlie following described lands:—Commencing at a post
plnnted at the south-cast 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.
Dated April  4th,  1910.
ANNIE A. BEARD,
apl 9 J. W. Williams, Agent. m
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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
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	
Mearns, Wm. H	
Mee, Robt	
Meinert,  Alfred  James   	
Meinert,  Alfred  James   	
Melliar, Wm. H	
Mercer,  Albert Alex	
Mercer, Henry T	
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  	
Minnie, Edward 	
Minter, Victor P	
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  	
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, Ecrnest 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, John E. M	
Rogers. Joseph  G	
Roper, Henry Hudson  	
Rosie, William  	
Ross, James   	
Residence
Engineer  ...
Painter
Painter
Laborer    ...
Carpenter   ..
Gentleman   .
Book-keeper
Fireman
Miner
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 	
3_ John Street 	
842 Pandora Street 	
814 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   	
Holly Bank, Humboldt Street I Coachman
2547 Government Street ! Millhand
Profession, Trade or Calling
Cement Blk. Maker   .
Patternmaker	
Butcher   	
Mariner  	
Retired   	
Com. Agent 	
Plumber   	
Boilermaker's Helper
Waiter   	
Liverman 	
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Fireman    I Ceased to reside in the District
Conductor   ...
Patternmaker
Shingler
Laborer  	
Salesman    	
Elec. Engineer
Painter 	
Stonemason   ..
Horseshoer 	
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
COWICHAN LAND DISTRICT
District of Victoria
TAKE NOTICE that Eustace Dowman
Maude, of Mayne Island, B.C., occupation, Rancher, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described
foreshore land:—
Commencing at a post planted at high
water mark on the line between the
lands of E. Maude and Mrs. Rowbotham,
Section 14, Mayne Island; thence following the meander of the shore line
about 18 chains to the west line of
Lighthouse lands; thence north-west to
low water mark and following its meander to a point 50 feet north of the
point of commencement; thence 50 feet
south to point of commencement, containing about two and a half acres,
more or less.
Dated 7th April, 1910.
apl 16       EUSTACE DOWMAN MAUDE.
COWICHAN LAND DISTRICT
District  of Victoria,  B.C.
TAKE NOTICB that Joseph Burrill,
of Galiano Island, occupation, a merchant, intends to apply for permission to
lease the following described foreshore
land:—
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-east corner of Section 1, Galiano
Island, Cowichan District; thence southerly following the meander of the shore
25 chains more or less to a post marked B; thence east one-half chain; thence
north 25 chains; thence west one-half
chain to the point of commencement
and containing one and one-quarter
acres, more or less.
Dated this 9th day of April, 1910.
apl 16 JOSEPH BURRILL.
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  	
51 Blanchard Street ...
124 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
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Miner Ceased to reside in the District
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Barber
Baker   	
Seaman   	
Contractor   ....
Draughtsman   ..
Machinist   	
Machinist   	
Master Mariner
Blacksmith   	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Carpenter   	
Hostler	
Signwriter 	
Lineman   	
Engineer  	
Laborer    	
Cook   	
Fireman    	
Machinist
Carpenter ...
Floor Walker
Bartender   ...
Driver   	
Laborer    . .    .     _
Seaman    Ceased to reside in the District
442" Elford Street .' I Agent     I Ceased to reside in the District
18 Elford  Street    ! Traveller     [ Ceased to reside 111 the District
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles Hall,
of Galiano Island, B.C., occupation
Rancher, Intends to apply for permission to lease the following described
land:—
Commencing at a post planted on the
beach at high water mark 4 chains more
or less from the south-east corner of
Section 5. Galiano Island, Cowichan
Land District, B.C.; thence in a northerly direction along the beach following
the meander of the shore 30 chains more
or less; thence in a westerly direction
half a chain more or less to the point
of commencement, and containing one
and a half acres, more or less.
Dated this 8th day of April,  1910.
apl  16 CHARLES   HALL.
SOOKE  LAND DISTRICT
District of Sooke
TAKE NOTICE that A. L. Ellis, married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:—Starting at the northwest corner of Lot 1126 thence south 40
chains; thence 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 SO 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 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
chnins to point of commencement.
Dated  April  2nd,  1910.
L. DUBOIS,
apl 9      . J. Dubois, Agent.
VICTORIA LAND DISTRICT
District of Renfrew
TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to the Chiet Commls-
rioner of Lands for a licence to pros
pei-L for coal and petroleum on the following described lands, viz.:—Section 55,
Renfrew District
Dated  at  Victoria,  British  Columbia,
this lst day of April, 1910.
apl 9 FRANCIS J. MARSHALL.
WATER NOTICE
403 Menzies Street  I Engineer
Engineer
Engineer
38 Seventh Street
334 Michigan Street
Rrunswick Hotel ..
149 View Street  ...
Elford Street 	
Victoria Hotel ....
6 North Street ....
45 Quadra Street ..
818 Pandora Street
Queen's   Hotel    ! Surveyor's Helper
Burnside Road
1622   Douglas   Street   ....
534 Rithet Street 	
1013 Blanchard Street
Manitoba Hotel  	
111  Ladysmith Street   	
Esquimalt Rd., south side,
1045 Burdette Avenue  	
1757 Cadboro Bay Rd 	
Occidental   Hotel   	
Clarence Hotel
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Ceased to reside in the District
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Tailor  Ceased to reside in the District
Clerk    J Ceased to reside in the District
I Fireman  * Ceased to reside in the District
Porter   | Duplicate
Cutter ' Ceased to reside in the District
Carpenter    1 Ceased to reside in the District
Plasterer    ! Ceased to reside in the District
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City Limits.
Salesman
Pitman  ....
Expressman
Teamster ..
Horseman
Stoker    j Ceased to reside in the District
Gentleman    ' Ceased to reside in the District
Machinist    I Ceased to reside in the District
Agent      Ceased to reside in thc District
Steward       Ceased to reside in the District
Seaman    j Ceased to reside in thc District
924 View Street ' Shoemaker    ' Ceased to reside in the District
2126 Vancouver Street   Waiter   I Ceased to reside in thc District
j W. C. T. U. Mission
'324  Government
Miner   ' Ceased to reside in the District
Carpenter    \ Ceased to reside in the District
Pandora Hotel   ' ! Mechanic  j Ceased to reside in the District
j 54 King's  Road
I St. Joseph's Hospital
[21(1 Pandori
, I Miner   * Ceased to reside in the District
Gardener   | Ceased to reside in the District
Accountant Ceased to reside in the District
. I 858  North   Park  Street    i Organ Builder  I Ceased to reside in the District
.260 Johnson Street i Saloon Keeper ! Ceased to reside in the District
*|6>o  Battery Street   I Gentleman    I Ceased to reside in the District
•' 22  lohn   Street    ' Clerk    ' Ceased to reside in the District
.I '{2 R;ie Street  ! Manager    I Ceased to reside in the District
*! 57S   Bay   Street    ' Machinist   ' Ceased to reside in the District
,  '-22  Bastion  Street    ' Laborer    I Ceased to reside in the District
*' '1801 Quadra Street  I Journalist    ' Ceased 10 reside in the District
. I ,64' Vales Street  I Laborer   ! Ceased to reside in the District
• I 840 Caledonia Avenue  I Driver    i Ceased to reside in the District
.I Cabin 7. 7^2 Humboldt Street  I Laborer   I Ceased to reside in the District
.1 Grand Pacific Hotel  I Miner   ' Ceased to reside in the Distr.ct
.! 049 Fort Street  ! Lumberman    I Ceased to reside in the District
• j 66 Erie  Street    1 Miner  ! Ceased to reside in the District
.171  Menzies Street ' Carpenter    ! Ceased to reside in the District
. 54 Fourth Street  I Feed Merchant  I Ceased to reside in the District
• I 1206 Vancouver Street  i Plumber    | Ceased to reside in the District
NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the 'Water Act, 1909," to obtain a licence In the Division of Victoria District.
(a) The name of Company in full,
West Coast  Power Co.,  Limited.
The head offlce, 514 Fort St., Victoria, B.C.
The capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up—10,000 divided into one
hundred $100 shares, $500 paid up.
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner's
Certificate No., not for mining purposes.
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description Is)
Nitinat River.
The point of diversion is at a point
about 2 miles from the mouth of the
Nitinat  River.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second)  3,000 2nd ft.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is a power plant for the generation of electricity for industrial purposes.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same), a dam or
weir is to be placed across river immediately above intake and water to be
conveyed to Power House below intake
at some point on the land along the
bank of the Nitinat River about one
mile below Intake.
(g) The purposes for which the water
Is 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 Nitinat River
at a point within one mile below the
Intake.    Difference in altitude, 150 feet.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works, 100
ELCP6S
(k) This notice was posted on the
22nd day of March, 1910, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
the 3rd 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
bv the proposed works, either above or
below the outlet—the Crown. Chas.
Todd, Victoria, 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 CO., LTD.,
Lorenzo Alexander, Director.
P.O.  Address—
P.O. Box 724, VIctoria.B.C. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 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  	
Shillcts, Benjamin C	
Shilling, Frederick 	
Shore, Richard 	
Shorthand, Arthur 	
Shotwell, Thomas B	
Siderfin, John 	
Silversides, Thomas W. ..
Simmons, E. C	
Simmons, Richard	
Simpson, William 	
Singleton, Victor   	
Skillings, Waldo  	
Skirving,  Victor  A	
Slarks, Chas. William ....
Slater, Edward J.  	
smailes, Ralph William ..
small, James   	
smith, Charles 	
smith, Charlie  	
Smith, Frederick	
smith, Harry  	
(smith, Harry Walter 	
smith, James  	
I Smith, James   
Smith, James  	
smith, John Percy 	
Smith, Samuel  	
Smith,  Sidney   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William   	
Smith, William Henry 	
Smith, William D. S., Sr.
Smith, William S.   	
Snider, Jacob  	
Soloman, Arthur 	
Soloman, Arthur 	
Spence, D. Wm. V	
Spragge, David K	
Stafford, 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	
I Stevens, Charles  	
Stevens, William 	
Stevenson, George  	
Stevenson, William  	
I Stewart, 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	
St-ribbing,  Henry A	
[StubiiiRton, Ernest W	
I Strckey, James   	
j Sullivan, James  	
I Sullivan, William  	
I Sutherland, John C	
I Sutherland, John Lamb ...
Sutherland, William Angus
Sutton, Ernest Charles  ...
Sweeney,   Archie   	
iSweeney, William 	
Swell. Alfred Gilbert 	
Tacey, George H	
Tailer, Washington B	
Tait, T. J	
Tasse,  Joseph   	
Tattrie, Henry A	
Taylor, Benj	
Taylor, Herbert 	
Taylor, Walter, Henry 	
Tebbutt, Horace  	
Temple, William 	
Tesche, Harry 	
Thomas, George Wm	
Thomson, John  	
Thompson, Robert 	
Thompson, Robert 	
Thompson, Thomas 	
Thomson, John G	
Thomson,   Robert   	
Thoreau, John William  ...
rhorney. William 	
Till, Walter George
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	
1247 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   	
195 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   	
26iq 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 	
10T2 Richardson Street 	
25  Harbor  Cottages   	
626 Princess Avenue  	
849 Cormorant Street 	
Profession, Trade or Calling)
Driver   	
Clerk   	
Fitter   	
Com. Traveller 	
Laborer  	
Longshoreman   	
Merchant   	
Photographer	
Bartender   	
Carpenter  	
House Furnisher  	
Laborer  	
Miner  	
Teamster   	
Compositor	
Wharfinger 	
Steward 	
Laborer   	
Chemical  Worker  	
Seaman   	
Miner  	
Salesman 	
Clerk 	
Steamfitter  	
Steward   	
Fisherman   	
Laborer   	
Carpenter  	
Waiter  	
Carpenter 	
Master Mariner	
Book-keeper   	
Barber	
Retired 	
Laborer  	
Laundryman 	
Mgr. Men's Haberdashery.
Carpenter 	
Book-keeper
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Steward   j Ceased to reside in the District
Gardener  I Ceased to reside in the District
Contractor    I Ceased to reside in the District
Painter  | Ceased to reside in the District
Rockman  ! Ceased to reside in the District
Engineer   I Ceasc4 to reside in the District
Grocer
Teamster 	
Clerk  	
Teamster	
Carpenter   	
Warehouseman
Gentleman   	
Shipper   	
Clerk   	
Fireman 	
Contractor   	
Stableman   	
Carpenter   	
Trackman  	
Clerk  	
Rivetter  	
Teamster 	
Driver   	
Miner  	
Bartender   	
Salesman 	
Stonemason   ...
Laborer  	
Teamster 	
Carpenter   	
Miner  	
Dairyman   	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Cabinet Maker
No occupation .
Painter 	
Butter Maker ..
Fur Dealer  ...
Miner  	
Musician   	
Salesman 	
Com. Merchant
Laborer  	
Painter 	
Blacksmith   	
Rancher 	
Asst. Steward  .
Seaman
Minister     Ceased to reside in the District
Ship Carpenter  Ceased to reside in thc District
Stonecutter     Ceased to reside in the District
Miner   Ceased to reside in the District
Merchant Tailor      Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer   Ceased to reside in the District
Miner      Ceased to reside in the District
Shipwright   ! Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer   | Ceased to reside in the District
Steamboatman  I Ceased to reside in the District
Teamster  I Ceased to reside in the Districi
Ship Carpenter  | Ceased to reside in the District
Steward  I Ceased to reside in the District
Accountant  I Ceased to reside in the District
Clerk I Ceased to reside in the District
Laborer   | Ceased to reside in the District
Fireman  I Ceased to reside in the District
Painter  | Ceased to reside in the District
Sal
Clarence  Street    .^_^_B
534 Rithet Street  I Checker  	
50  Yates   Street    ! Laborer  	
Colonial   Hotel    I Laborer  	
38 Chatham Street   I Longshoreman
80 Phoenix Place  I Farmer    	
Savoy, Government Street    Lineman    I Ceased to reside in the District
Lighthouse Saloon  I Laborer  j Ceased to reside in thc District
.Ceased to reside in the District
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.Ceased to reside in the District
ll'ims, William I Angel  Hotel
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  	
77  Discovery Street   	
20 Rendall Street  	
232 Sitncue Street   	
1817 Quadra Street 	
Occidental   Hotel
116 North Park
Retired  j Ceased to reside in thc District
Com. Merchant  I Dead .
Logger  I Ceased to reside in the District
Liveryman    I Ceased to reside in thc District
Prof, of Music  I Ceased to reside in thc District
Master Mariner  I Ceased to reside in the District
Land Surveyor  I Ceased to reside in thc District
Laborer   I Ceased to reside in the District
Butcher    ' Ceased to reside in the District
Ceased to reside in the Distric;
Ceased to reside in thc Distric!
Ceased to reside in the District
Ceased to reside in the District
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Ceased to reside in the District
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to reside in the District'
Miner^^^^^^
Laborer  	
Marine Fireman
Laborer  	
Barkeeper  	
Park Keeper —
Seaman
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 nortli-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,
to the north-east corner of Lot 93;
thence east 64 chains, more or less, to
the east boundary of Lot 92; thence
south 30 chains, more or less, to the
south-west corner of Lot 95; thence
along the southerly boundary of Lot 96
10 chains, more or less; thence south
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated April  2nd,  1910.
W.  H.  ELLIS,
apl 9 J. Dubois, Agent.
WEATHER NOTES
The Week has taken the trouble
to ascertain how far the contention
that we have had an exceptional
amount of rain during the last six
months is justified by the facts. A
member of our staff made a bet that
from October ist to March 31st the
rainfall had exceeded the total annual average for twenty years. He
,von the bet by a respectable margin
is the following figures which were
kindly furnished by the Meteorological Department will show:
Victoria  Precipitation
Average for 20 years   27.57
Inches
Precipitation: 1906  26.90
1907  22.00
1908  26.70
1909  27.31
Precipitation   for   six   months,
October, 1909 to March, 1910:
October   09 2.31
November  09 n.51
December    09 3.77
January    10 4.54
February   10 8.20
March    10 2.37
Comparison
32.70
Oct. j Nov.
Dec.
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Tot.
5.6o
0.73
2-33
2.31
10.97
6.13
4.68
4.02
11.S1
26.34
3*85
4.78
4.88
33-77
17.28
3-04
3-22
3-25
4-54
14-05
3-94
4-32
2.20
8.20
14.05
1.40
4-58
0-73
2-37
18.66
23.96
22.31
17.41
32.70
96.38
Mr. Albert E. Craddock, while playing in a sweepstake competition on
the United Service Golf Links last
Sunday had the extremely unique
good luck of securing the fourth hole
in two strokes, Bogey for same being
four. He got a medium drive, holing
out froni _\ little over mid-way with
a mashie shot.
Mr. A. F. Foucher, Royal Bank, Esquimalt, was the winner of the Sweep
with a score of 95 less 12 handicap,
while Mr. Craddock came second
with a score of 99 less 14.
A Unpopular Brand
A visiting gentleman had submitted
for some time to the attentions of the
3-year-old boy of his hostess, but at
last grew a little tired of having his
whiskers pulled and his corns trodded
upon.
"Madam," said he, "there is one
thing about your charming little boy
which especially pleases me."
"And what is that?" asked the smiling mother.
"That he isn't a twin."
Capacity
"Yes, I suppose 1 am one of the
most prominent men in college," remarked the callow sophomore.       ||!
"Indeed, what capacity?" asked thc
friend of the family.
"Eighteen beers, eleven cocktails
and six whisky straights." remarked
the young man, proudly.
Alice—And she refused him after
all the encouragement she gave him?
May—Well, it is fortunate that we
do not have to marry ever)' one to
whom we give encouragement.
Plasterer  	
   Seaman    1 Ceased .,  ,____________,,    -,.,*.
Street i Traveller   I Ceased to reside in the Distric
 I Bricklayer  I Ceased to reside in the District
They Went Early
At the end of a big ball one of thc
guests went into the cloak room at 3
in the morning to put on his things,
and the attendant came forward with
a coat.
"That isn't my coat," said the guest,
"mine is a perfectly new one."
"A new one? O, I hadn't any new
coats   left   after   half-past   twelve." ff
12
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1909
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Tippett, William Henry ...
Tizard, George	
Todd, Charles   	
Todd, Darcy Alex	
Tomlin, Richard  	
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, H enry 	
Turner, Henry A	
Tye, John   	
Ure, William James 	
Vachon, John 	
Vanderburgh, W. J	
Varnham, A. H	
Vaughan, Chas. A	
Vaughan, H. J	
Vienna, Peter G	
Vincent, Ewart	
Vye, James P	
Vye, Wm. Alex	
Wain, Alfred  	
Wain,  Wallace W	
Wain, William T	
Waites, James  	
Walker,   David   	
Walker, Gesrge Charles ...
Walker,  George Thomas   .
Walker, Peter  	
Wallace, George Henry ...
Wallace,   James   	
Wallace, James S	
Wallace, Richard  	
Wallace, Wm. 0	
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	
Welb, John  	
Webb, Percy B	
Weeks, John 	
Wesley,  F. C	
West,  Albert  Chas	
West,  Frederick  	
Weston, 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 	
Wilkinson, Samuel  	
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, Jmhn  	
Wilson, John  	
Wilson, John Peter	
Wilson,   Lamburn   	
Wilson, Robert  	
Wilson, Rnbert  	
Wilson, Thos. Robert 	
Wilson, Wm. C	
Windsor, Edward 	
Winfield, H. W	
Wingate,  S.  Edward   	
Winning, Victor J. H	
Winning, Walter	
Winsby, Herbert P	
Witch ell, J. Walter  	
Wollaston, F. H	
Wollaston, Percy, Jr	
Wood, Collis	
Wood, John Brierly 	
Wood,   William   	
Wood, Charles 	
Wood, H. Cecil 	
Woods, William  Stanley  .
Woodward.   George   	
Woollett, George Wallace
Woolly, Philip John 	
Worlock, M. R. C	
Worrell, Thomas  	
Wrathall, R. Parker 	
Wright, Fred. D	
Wright, John   	
Wroughton, Ed. Massey ..
Residence
546 David Street	
25 Elizabeth  Street  	
King's  Head Hotel  	
1411 Chambers Street  	
Rock Bay Hotel  	
1043 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 	
Pullman Hotel  	
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	
1218 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  	
1004 McCaskill Street  	
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 	
nt6 Fort Street 	
102 Menzies Street 	
131.S   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  	
24S'/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
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Fitter Ceased to
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Stonemason    Ceased to
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Laborer  Ceased to
Engineer   Ceased to
Bricklayer  Ceased to
Barber   Ceased to
Steamboatman    Ceased to
Student-at-Law  Ceased to
Fireman  Ceased to
Train Despatcher Ceased to
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Agent    Ceased to
Cabinet Maker Ceased to
Clerk    Ceased to
Teamster  Ceased to
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Laborer   Ceased to
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Locksmith Ceased to
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Storekeeper ...
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Fireman 	
Collector 	
Clerk   	
Carpenter  	
Baker  	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Fish Merchant	
Accountant 	
Seaman   	
Steward 	
Carpentei   	
Engineer  	
Carpenter   	
Fireman 	
Clerk	
Blacksmith  	
Carpenter   	
Clerk  	
Laborer 	
Com. Merchant  j Ceased to
Master Mariner  I Ceased to
Machinist    I Ceased to
Gentleman    Ceased to
Clerk Ceased to
Marine Engineer Ceased to
Accountant  Ceased to
Prospector of Mines Ceased to
Laborer   Ceased to
Com. Artist   1 Ceased to
Engineer   I Ceased to
Se;llcr  | Ceased to
Architect' ! Ceased to
Laundryman 	
Clerk   	
Shoemaker   	
Cooper   	
Surveyor Hand 	
Gas Furnace Tender
Longshoreman   	
Asst. Surveyor	
Millman   	
Mill Hand	
Accountant 	
Clerk  	
Farmer 	
Gentleman   	
Merchant   	
Furn. Buyer 	
Fireman 	
Machinist   	
522 Bastion Street Compositor
010 Scoresby Street
1033 Johnson Street 	
948 Hayward Avenue 	
Clark   Street   	
Gordon House, Blanchard Street
154 Menzies Street 	
97 Niagara Street  	
Thorold House 	
634 Gorge Road 	
Queen's   Hotel   	
1733 Fairfield Road	
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Barber  	
Laborer	
Naval Pensioner
Carpenter   	
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Baker  	
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A Sourdough's Lament
When you've done your representing
and you've failed to strike the pay,
And you've thrown the pick to blazes,
and the shovel the same way;
When you hear your partner growling
in a low moan of despair
"I told you so, I told you so! We'd
never strike it there!"
That's the time you feel the cussed-
ness of mining,
That's the time you swear a starry-
spangled streak,
When you leave the little shack with
your all upon your back,
And with thoughtful steps and weary
leave the creek.
In a year or so just after you are told
they've struck it rich
On the claim that you discarded—just
a few feet from your ditch—
It just   makes  you  sort  o'sick  like,
tired of everything around,
Have visions of the things you'd do,
if you still owned the ground.
That's the time you feel the cussed-
ness of mining,
That's the time you lie awake from
night till morn
And utter rude remarks that emit a
lot of sparks,
And you wish that you had died ere
you were born.
On a certain claim you know there's a
pillar of rich pay
On which   in   luckless   moment   you
proceed to take a lay;
You put in your winter's outfit and
you strike the pay—about—
And wake the morning after just  to |
find yourself drowned out.
That's the time you feel the cussed-
ness of mining,
It's so near, and yet so very far away—
The time you get your needs,  where |
Bedelia wore the beads,
Is when you think you've got a cinche|
upon the pay.
I wonder whether Job e'er tried to]
mine in placer ground
Where the pay was thawed, and water |
seeped from old drifts all around,
With four feet of sand above the pay I
that will run through the laggin', I
Through a hole sometimes you couldn't ]
stick a Billy Mullen gag in
If he did, his  language then is not j
recorded
(And I don't wonder at it, by the'
way.)
I have coined a few expressions at |
such times—just little lesson's,
But what HE'D have done, I really I
cannot say.
—Robert R. Strang.
A Crushing Retort
That famous composer, Sir Edward
Elgar, was a very silent boy, rarely
speaking unless spoken to, says Tit-
Bits. He used to sit for a whole evening in a corner of the family sitting-
room, behind the piano, scarcely making a remark to anyone. However, he
startled people occasionally with his
repartee. Once an amateur musician
named Spark played an anthem of his
own composition at Elgar's father's,
house, and everybody complimented
him on it warmly except Edward.
"And now what does little Edward
think of it?" asked Mr. Spark.
"If you puff a spark too much you
will blow it out," was the prompt and
crushing reply.
Auntie Lost Her Gum
He had reached the mature age of
six. It was his first visit to church.
His accompanying aunt, passing the
poor box, put in her usual contribution, and her action was followed by
two interested childish eyes.
Arriving at home, this being an
eventful day in the youngster's career,
the assembled female contingent, amid
showers of kisses, breathlessly inquired:
"Well, how did you get along, |
honey?"
"I got along fine—but—aunties put \
a nickel in the slot—and—they skin- |
ned her out of the chewing gum."
"I would have you understand, sir,"
said the slender young man with the I
shirt coat collar, "that the true poet
is born?"   "Well, what of it?" asked
the heartless editor.    "Do you want|
to run a birth notice?" THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, i9i«
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What Do
You Expect
In a Carpet?
That is the question you should ask yourself—what do you expect in a carpet?
Unless you are in the enviable position where the matter of buying new carpets does not cause a ripple on your bank balance,
you should give the matter some serious consideration.
We take it that your bank account is limited and that you cannot afford to make the buying of new carpets an annual affair—you
must expect more than just attractive appearance—you must get quality also.
It's hard for the inexperienced to judge carpet quality from appearances. The matter of copying attractive patterns and pretty
color combinations is easy and much of it is done. They look very fine when first put on the floor. But a little sunshine and just a
little traffic—and you have a carpet that's "aged before its time."
Now we protect you from all this by guaranteeing satisfaction with every yard of carpet we sell, and in giving this we are
backed by the largest carpet mills in the World.   Don't take any chances—get your carpet here.
A Magnificent Display Awaits You
There are carpets and rugs here for all—for the homekeeper wishing something luxurious and for the homekeeper who must make
every penny count. New carpets for all purposes—parlors, dining-rooms, bedrooms, stairs, dens, etc. All splendidly represented in all
good qualities and weaves. It's a pleasure to look at carpets and rugs here. We are specially well prepared to display them.
Hundreds of rugs are displayed on specially constructed rug racks, and the whole lot may be viewed in a few minutes.
Not the least important feature of tlie carpet stock is the fact that our prices show splendid values. So liberal are they that we
find no occasion to resort to "price cutting"—you pay the same price as your neighbour—HERE.    Come in today—no better time.
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 VIOTORIA, B.O.
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8 McClure Street  	
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^ Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pooley have reamed to Victoria after spending a
lost enjoyable  visit in Mexico.
* *   *
Miss Bodwell is visiting friends in
c ancouver.
* *   *
The marriage of Mr. W. D'O.  H.
ochfort and Miss Glen Switzer, both
,gf this  city,  took  place  in  Tacoma
;n April 20.   Only the immediate re-
tives  and   intimate   friends  of  the
(oung  couple   were   present   at   the
^remony.
) *     *     *
1 Miss Violet  Hickey from Vancou-
■cr, was in the city during the week
siting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robinson. Mr.
J. J. Connatt and Mr. J. A. Gill, from
Kamloops, are visitors in the city and
are registered at the Empress Hotel.
* *   *
Miss Pooley and Miss Violet Pooley were amongst some of those who
went over to Vancouver for the horse
show.
Mr. and Mrs. Crotty, who have been
paying an extended visit to Southern
California, returned to their home in
Victoria during the week.
* *   *
Mr. A. T. Goward has returned
from  a  visit  to  Seattle.
Last Friday week Miss Leigh Spencer, Vancouver, was hostess of a very
smart tea, given in honor of her niece,
Miss Dorothy Leigh Spencer, of this
city, whose marriage to Mr. Ernest
Guthrie of Edinburgh, Scotland, takes
place next month. Those present
were: Miss Leighton, Miss Margery
Wade, Misses Bell-Irving, Miss Janet
Tupper, Miss Davis, Miss Wilson,
Miss Hornby, Misses Gordon, Miss
McPherson, Miss Schwengers, Miss
Hunt, Miss Baker and the Messrs.
Guthrie, Blackwcll, Crimes, Peter
Bell-Irving, Dick Bell-Irving, Captain
Beetham, E. R. Ricketts, Campbell,
Sweeney and Clyne.
A very pretty wedding which took
place recently in Vancouver was that
of Miss Florence Clarke, youngest
daughter of Captain Palmer Clarke
and Mrs. Clarke, of Vancouver, and
Mr. Wilmer Churchill Cubitt of To-
1 ronto. The ceremony was performed
by thc Rev. C. C. Owen at Christ
Church. The bride, who looked very
charming, wore a beautiful gown of
white ottoman silk with pearl trimmings, while a large picture hat with
ostrich feathers added a very smart
and effective touch to thc whole costume. She was attended by her sister,
Miss Rica Calrkc, who wore a very
pretty directoire gown of pale pink
cloth, made in semi-princess style
with lace trimmings. She wore a very
pretty hat of old rose. Thc bride's
mother wore a violet hat and a pale
grey messalinc gown trimmed with
lace and gold. The bridegroom was
supported by Mr. Lcslock B. Reid
from Toronto. On their return from
the honeymoon, which is being spent
in southern cities, Mr. and Mrs. Cubitt will take up their residence in
Toronto.
*     *     *
Thc Native Sons will hold their
eleventh annual ball on Friday, April
29II1, at the Empress Motel. Turner's
orchestra will hc in attendance.
Miss H. Gore, who is the guest of
Mrs. W. S. Gore, Burdette Avenue,
has gone over to Vancouver for a few
days to be present at the horse show.
* *   *
Mr. J. A. Andrews left last Monday
by the Northern Pacific for Portland.
* *   *
The marriage of Mr. David Spencer, Jr., and Miss Kathleen Gordon
took place in Vancouver on Monday,
April  18th.
* *     *
Mr. E. F. Guthrie has left on a business trip to Portland.
* *   *
The Companions of the Forest held
a very successful dance in the A. 0.
U. W. Hall on last Wednesday evening. Dancing commenced at 9 p.m.
and a very dainty supper was served
at midnight.
* *   *
Mr. A. C. Flumerfelt has left town
on  a visit  to Winnipeg.
* *     *
Miss Holmes, from Duncan, is the
guest of Mrs. Bullen, Esquimalt Road.
* *   *
Miss Deacon of Columbia College,
Westminster, spent a few days in
Victoria last week as the guest of
Mrs. Dunford, Burnside Road.
* *   *
Mrs. Simpson and a committee of
ladies gave another enjoyable subscription dance at the A. 0. U. W.
Hall on Thursday evening last. The
floor was perfect and the catering
good. The music was also excellent.
About twenty couples wcre present
and dancing was kept up till about
LIS a.m. It is a pity more people do
not attend these dances as it can be
hardly encouraging after the trouble
involved to see so few couples.
* *   -
Miss Winona Troup of this city is
visiting Miss Janet MacKay, Vancouver.
(continued on page 14) 14
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
WHEN HEARTS ARE TRUMP
HOUSEKEEPING  GOODS  WILL
SOON BE NEEDED
Many weddings are on the tapis, therefore it is perhaps not amiss to say
that the first essential towards good housekeeping is a good Gas Range. The
benedict-to-be should see that his bride experiences the joy of a stove that is
always ready, an oven that is always right and a heat that can be regulated
scientifically without trouble.
Home comfort cannot be assured with coal or wood
fires for cooking purposes. Don't cook the cook over
a red-hot range on a warm summer's day. Avoid this
by cooking with gas; just a turn of the tap—no
worry, no work, no waste of fuel or time. Gas
makes home comfortable in summer and winter. It
makes work light so that the housewife has more
time for recreation.
A Gas Range means that you can cook any meal
of the day, summer or winter, with ease and comfort. Let one of our men set up a gas range in
j'our kitchen and you will find that you have the
most modern and convenient cooking apparatus of
the age. The cost of maintenance is far less than
for a coal range.
WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO CALL AND SEE OUR FINE NEW STOCK OF GAS RANGES AND STOVES.
EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED.
The Victoria Gas Co.
LIMITED
in
limCi   Cor. Fort and Langley Sts., Victoria, B.C.    -     Telepnone J 23
At the Street Corner
By THE LOUNGER
(Continued from Page 2)
tion was made the other day to
mount them on two of the Fire Brigade horses,—whoa—fancy, when the
fire bell rang seeing the police chargers careering madly down Government Street trying to catch up with
the fire engine and take their accustomed place in the van. They would
require to be equipped with a cowcatcher to protect the unwary pedestrian who happened to be crossing
the road at the time. Still there is
nothing like a horse that knows a
thing or two in case of emergency and
can turn his hand to anything, might
even train them to hold the hose in
their mouths and in odd moments
when they had nothing particular to
do they might be trained to do a few
tricks in the park for the edification
of visitors to Victoria.
* *     *
The streets of Victoria seem to bc
always in a stage of being repaired
or just going to be. Wherever one
goes there is always someone or
other digging a hole and putting
something down or pulling something
up. Really, insurance companies
ought to thrive here, what with holes
In the street and pieces of rock hurling through thc air, carrying away ladies' eyeglasses, as happened the
other day on Wharf Street, one's
journeys abroad seem bristling with
perils. In this connection I am informed that no blasting certificate is
required here for anyone operating
blasting operations. I have perhaps
been misinformed and should like to
be put right on this matter, as it
seems hardly credible that a man
with no knowledge of explosives, or
at least one who has not passed a
test of some sort should handle a
dangerous commodity  like dynamite
with impunity.
* *     *
A reader of The Week called the
other day and drew my attention to
a subject which is certainly worth
considering. It is, to the practice
which, he informs me, pertains among
some barbers in the town of using
the same shaving brush on a number
of different persons without it being
sterilized or disinfected; the razors
are, he tells me, sterilized; if so, then
why not the brushes? They appear
to me to be the more important of the
two. The result of this remission is
a disease of the skin. In this age of
sanitation it appears to be rather a
serious oversight and would certainly
not entail much more additional time
or expense to remedy. Personally I
do not get shaved at a barber's, so
I am not in a position to vouch for
the genuineness of this complaint.
Even a Lounger is sometimes
caught napping, but not often by a
correspondent of the Colonist. This
time, however, it would appear that
I have to take backwater. It comes
about in this wise: Last week on
the authority of a well known man
about town I wrote of Mr. G. H.
Barnard's car as one of the delinquents which was running without a
local license number, although bearing an English manufacturer's number. I am informed by a gentleman
who ought to know that Mr. Barnard's car never was in England and
that it bears a local number. I extremely regret the "faux pas" and am
now after the scalp of my informant.
If I get it I promise that it shall
dangle from the rear of Mr. Barnard's car.
ofa
o-tc+t^z*.
The Customer—I say, d'you know
you half poisoned me with those
beastly mushrooms I had here last
week?
A Mysterious Whisper—Then you
owe me sixpen9e, 'Erbert, I told yer
•sa
SOCIETY
Mrs. Berkeley Good has returned to
Victoria after a visit of some months
spent in Vancouver.
* *   »
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gore have left
for Queen Charlotte Islands, where
they will spend the summer months.
* *     *
Mrs. C. Gibbons and Miss Gibbons
havc returned from Seattle, where
they have been visiting friends.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sparks from
Tacoma are visiting relatives at Oak
Bay.
* *     *
On Friday, April 15th, a very pretty wedding took place at Scmple's
Hall, Victoria West, when Miss Jessie Proudfoot was united in marriage
with Mr. Daniel Templeton. Both the
young couple are recent arrivals from
Edinburgh, Scotland. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. D. MacRae of St. Paul's church. The couple
stood beneath a beautiful floral bell,
festooned with ivy. Mr. Alexander
Stein acted as best man, while Miss
Ellen Proudfoot supported the bride.
A large number of relatives and
friends were present at the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Templeton were thc
recipients of a great many very handsome and useful gifts. On their return from the honeymoon they will
take up their residence on Front St.,
Victoria West.
* *   *
Miss Lorna Eberts is staying with
friends at Duncans.
A Boy in a Toronto School
On being asked to define the word "responsibility," said,
"Well, my bloomer pants have got two buttons on; if one
should come off, thc other would be responsible for the
pants."
If you're a bachelor, doubtless you don't feet very responsible. You don't have to worry about what sort of a
story to tell the morning after which may not agree with
the one you told the night before.
Whether benedict or bachelor, remember you are responsible for other people knowing you by the company
you keep. The company you keep is known by the breakfast you can't eat the morning after.
You should let G. H. Mumm & Co. be responsible for
you.
There are no bad after-effects from "Selected Brut" or
"Extra Dry."
However, there's many a slip between the moustache
and lip. A bad slip when you forget to order G. H.
Mumm & Co.'s Champagne, because in all probability you
are not served with the genuine—the purest and best of
all champagnes.
Make your memory responsible: Look for the pink
capsule, or see that thc bottle bears the full signature of
G. H. Mumm & Co.
Pither & Leiser, wholesale agents, corner Fort and
Wharf Streets.
A Business Conference
"The boss called me in consultation
today," declared the office boy.
"G'wan!"
"Fact. He had a dispute with thc
junior partner as to who wuz leadin'
the league just now in battin'."
I When Pa Helped
i
!    "I've   got   a  wonderful   boy,"  said
the father of fivc. "My oldest, I
mean. He came to me the other night
with a subject for composition. He
asked me* off hand to write it for him.
I put down my paper and wrote it. I
flattered myself that I did rather well
with that composition, it having been
some time since I had occasion to
write one, but I hardly expected the
encomium I got from him. The next
day at dinner time he came rushing
home, hurried up to me and slappec
me on the back.
"'Hurrah for you Pops!' he cried
'You are all right I You stand thin
in the class.'" THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
_
1USIC AND THE STAGE
(Continued from Page 3)
ni and Sousa. He will also play
itional airs with moving picture ac-
>mpaniment.
Wood and Lawson, expert dancers,
icomparable in their special line will
the fourth number and their act is
.unded out with songs of Dixiland
id limelight views which fit in well
ith their dancing.
Thomas J. Price, song singer, the
loving pictures and the Grand or-
lestra are included in the bill for
:xt week.
Majestic Theatre
One of the finest and most inter-
sting programmes of moving pic-
ires will be seen at above theatre
sxt Monday and Tuesday. The
1ms which will be shown are "In
Id California," a strong dramatic
:ory; "In the Shadow of Mount
lasta"; "An Interrupted Honey-
loon," a scream from start to finish.
*     *     *
The Choral Society
During the week past the Choral
>ciety held two practices, putting the
lishing touches on the two import-
it works to be rendered at their
incert on Wednesday evening next
the Victoria Theatre.
Everything is now ready for a
usical entertainment of high class,
oth works, "The Swan and the Sky-
rk," by Goring Thomas, and "The
ied Piper of Hamelin," by Sir H.
Parry, are above the average in
fficulty and the fact that the society
is spent four months' hard work re-
:arsing is proof of the interest taken
r the members. The gifted conduc-
r of the society, Mr. Gideon Hicks,
is spared no pains to bring his
lorus to a high state of musical
:rfection and a really clever rendi-
_>n of the works chosen is confident-
expected.
The advance sale of tickets has
:en exceedingly satisfactory, so
uch so indeed that it is almost cer-
in that the house will be sold out
:fore the box office opens on Mon-
ly morning.
Both the outside soloists, Mrs. Tall-
an, Tacoma, and Herbert J. Cave,
ancouver, have been heard from and
ley will be here without fail.
Books of words of both works have
een printed so that everybody can
jllow the subject matter with
leasure and interest.
, The fact that His Honor the Lieu-
:nant-Governor and Mrs. Paterson
nd the Hon. Richard McBride have
gnified their intention of being pre-
_nt and the fact that they have gra-
iously authorized the use of their
ames speaks for itself.
Stewart Townsite Sale
The excitement of the hour is in
snnection with the Portland Canal
nd everything which pertains to it.
Phis makes Stewart City a centre of
attraction.   Already lots have reached
abulous prices.   The Week knows of
pur purchased at $125 each for which
10,000 has been refused.   The reason
if this is that the area of land avail-
ble for Townsite purposes is limited.
f as  everyone  conversant with  the
ionditions expects, Stewart becomes
second Rossland,    it   means that
vithin   a   year   accommodation   will
lave to be found for 5,000 people.
.his development sent four lots  in
liossland up to $10,000 and the inside
|pts on Columbia Avenue as high as
l,ooo,   Fifth   Avenue,   Stewart   City,
vould correspond with Columbia Ave-
bue, Rossland.   At present owners of
lots are sitting tight in anticipation
»f record prices being established at
(he Government sale to be conducted
ly Mr. Stewart Williams on May 31st.
Banff!   Banff!
There are whiskys and whiskys, and
Iome are called whisky and some really are whisky; of the latter Old Banff
|*, a brand which the real connoisseur
looking for.    The ten-year-old is
[elightful, and the twelve-year-old is
dream.   Old   Banff   is. slowly but
urely making itself known in British
lolumbia and literally speaking for
iself wherever conviviality and good
fellowship reign.   It is mellow, and
jeamy, and gladdens the heart with
lie bounty of its worth.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Motor Yacht
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender
for Motor Yacht," will be received by
the Hon. the Minister of Public Works
up to and including 9th day of May,
1910, for the construction of a motor
yacht.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 23rd April, 1910, at the offices
of the Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers
and Machinery, New Westminster;
Boiler Inspector, Vancouver; 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 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 contraot.
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., 21st April, 1910.
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Large Silk House
The advertising campaign recently
started by the Oriental Importing
Company of Cormorant street, and
managed by the Newton Advertising
Agency, has given the former a vast
amount of well deserved publicity
and the latter a reputation for preparing good, sound advertising copy.
A representative of The Week visited this silk house and was truly
amazed to find such a gigantic stock
of pongee and coloured silks, opera
cloaks, fancy and plain linen table
covers and doylies, kimonas, and
dressing jackets, silk stockings, socks
and handkerchiefs, in fact everything
that goes to make up the stock of a
modern wholesale and retail silk
house.
Many Victorians were not even
aware that such a firm as the Oriental
Importing Company existed, but the
continual crowds that have and are
attending the sale leave very few who
knew not of their existence.
The Week is requested to draw attention to the fact that pongee silk in
all its various grades is being sold
at prices never before heard of in the
history of the silk business.
Attention is also drawn to a half-
page advertisement of the Oriental
Importing Company.
None To Waste
It was nearing the day when the
home team would return to the home
grounds.
"Jimmy," said the facetious young
broker, "isn't it about time for your
esteemed grandmother to provide you
with the customary funeral excuse?"
Jimmy glared at his employer.
"Say, Mr. Simmons," he said,
"youse don't really think me grandmother would throw away any funerals on a team dat's usin' de toboggan
do you?"
Summing Up the Symptoms
"There are clouds before my eyes,
doctor, and a roaring like distant
thunder in my ears. What do you
s'pose it is?"
"Ub-m-m!   Do you feel a chill as if
the temperature had suddenly fallen?"
"Yes, yes."
"There, put that in your mouth."
"What—what is it, doctor?"
"It's a barometer.   You're threatened with a brainstorm."
Misjudged His Intention
An officer of the army tells how
Major Whipple, of the Second Massachusetts Regiment, a veteran of thc
civil war, hastened to Washington
when the Spanish war broke out, and
offered his services to President McKinley.
But all officers, as well as men, had
to undergo a physical examination,
and it was stated to Major Whipple
that he would have to place himself
in the hands of the examining doctors
at Worcester.
Now, Major Whipple, while a man
of great bodily strength and perfect
health and activity, was a little deficient in the matter of teeth. An examining surgeon proposed to exclude
him on that account.
Cold Storage
Vancouver Island
Cold Storage and
Ice Company
VICTORIA, B.C.
Goods received at all hours.
Expert attention given.
Consignments solicited
Phone 2282    P.O. Box 875
BLUE PRINTS
Any Length in One Piece
Six Cents per foot
TIMBER AND LAND
MAPS
DRAUGHTING
Electric Blue Print &
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1218 Langley St. -  Victoria,'B.C.
I       There's
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So Sweet
In Life as
Love and
Dudleigh's
Mixture
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Under the Distinguished Patronage of
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and Mrs. Paterson
0 and
The Hon. Richard McBride
THE CHORAL SOCIETY
VICTORIA, B.C.
Will give their First Concert in the
VICTORIA THEATRE
ON
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1910
AT EIGHT-THIRTY P.M.
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.
Plan opens, for ticket holders only, on Monday, April 25th, at
9 a.m.   Reserved seats, 75c.
Whereupon the major waxed wroth.
"Gentlemen," said he, "I'm going to
Cuba to shoot Spaniards, not to eat
em!
The major went.
Neglecting Business
Young Doctor—Just think; six of
my patients recovered this week.
Old Doctor—It's your own fault,
my boy. You spend too much time
at the club.
The Taylor Mill Co.
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Watson's Old Stand
Sun and Wind at
This Time of Year
have a very bad effect upon the
complexion and hands. Ladies
should coumeract this with
BOWES' BUTTERMILK
TOILET LOTION
which quickly heals sunburn and
roughness, makes the hands soft
and delicately white. Not greasy
nor sticky. Always fresh, always pure. Unrivalled for a
man's use  after shaving.
25c bottle at this store only
Cyrus H. Bowes
CHEMIST
1228 Qovernment Street
Near Yates w
16
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1910
Important Sale of Government Lands in the Townsite of
STEWART
STEWART WILLIAMS & CO,
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 31st, 1910
TERMS   OE   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.
PLANS AND ALL INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED FROM
Stewart Williams, 637 Fort St., Victoria, or Rankin & Ford, 514 Pender St., Vancouver
The Real Mackay
A CHEAP BUY
For Sale
250 Cases or Thereby
SANDY MACKAY
Fine Old Highland Malt Whiskey
GUARANTEED
Seven Years Old in Wood
$9.00 A CASE
Or $4.84 in Bond
James Simpson & Sons, Ltd., Distillers, of Sandy Mackay and Old
Banff Whiskies, the Distillery, Banff, Scotland.
Victoria Office, 535 Yates St.
Telephone 288
SHOPPING FOR HIS WIFE
Continued (rom page 4
boxes and a good deal of material.
One unfolded some stuff vvith pictures
on it of red Dragons.
"We haven't got just what you're
requiring," she said, "but I guess this
is something which might do; it's
for charades? didn't you say, Miss
Johnson," turning to the young lady
who had served me first.
Miss Johnson seemed to have a
bad cold at this stage and buried her
face in her handkerchief.
"No, for a child's room," she spluttered.
"Oh, I understand," said the lady
with the Dragons. "Well, this is the
nearest we have got to anything like
that."
I thought for a moment, why
should not Dragons do as well?—
after all the other things were a bit
out of date and novelty is everything
nowadays, so Dragons it should be.
"Yes, I'll take half a yard of that,
please."
"Half a yard," they all three exclaimed, simultaneously. I knew I
had done something wrong again and
made anol'ier break, so I waited, then
said: "Oh, yes of course, you don't
sell it by the yard perhaps; will you
weigh me off a pound or two then?
Instead of laughing at my little joke,
they all three looked at me quite
seriously. r tittered nervously—I do
like people to appreciate jokes when
I make them. They looked round and
drawing a little back from the counter held a consultation together, looking at me at intervals—how good of
them, I thought; they are trying to
help me out in my selections, but I
determined to show them that I knew
my way about.
"I'll have seven yards of that,
please," I said, "and the next is—
oh, horror, what's this: one pair of
embroidered cashmere hose, two
fringe nets, one pair of white corset
laces, and two embroidered pillow
slips.
"What was the next?" said one,
sweetly. "One pair of—" They waited expectantly.     I went on, "pair of,"
"Pair of " shrd
"Pair of  I think you said," said
the eldest, with a twinkle in her eye.
"Pair  of  what?"
"Pair of embroidered hose, please,
T  gasped.
"Oh,   yes   wha:' ",/'. !sk.,"s'   ,
"Oh, yes, what size?" said thc fair
one.
This was a problem; I looked at the
list helplessly; I knew my wife's size
in boots were fours threes fitting, as
I remembered her discussing thc subject with me the previous day, but
whether the hose wcre the same I
was unaware. But I reasoned out
quickly that if she had fours, and
threes fitting, the fitting was the important part, so I said:
"Threes, if fitting, please." These
were done up and my parcels now began to assume gigantic proportion.
"Next please," said the bewitching
one.
"One pair of corsets, please," I began.
"This way," said the twinkling one.
WHIS-PER
ASK FOR
Blue Funnel Scotch Whiskey
AND
Perrier Water
Gilbey's Invalid Port, pint, 75c; quart  $1.25
Penfold's Australian Doctor's Port, per quart bottle $1.25
Gilbey's St. Merlot Claret, quart 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
I began hastily to gather up my parcels but in my haste tripped over a
dress improver and fell headlong to
the floor, whilst the parcels descended
like an avalanche on to my head.
"Let me help you," said the first
young lady, and began piling thc parcels up in my arms till I couldn't see.
"This way," she said, conducting
mc through a maze of white flimsy
looking things and passing through a
room where I caught glimpses of wire
figures hung with dresses and furs.
I came staggering and blushing into
thc department of ladies' underwear.
I had never been in such a place in
my life before and I felt myself getting pink all over; however, it had to
be done.
"Do you want straight fronted, or
i ribbon corsets," said a voice which
I seemed to come from a long way off.
I peeped through the parcels which
j concealed my head—"I'll leave it to
j you," I gasped.
"But I can't tell what you want,''
j said the syren who presided at the
j corset counter, "I'm not going to wear
I them."
Dying to get away and getting des]
perate, I gurgled, "Give me a paij
of each."
As I was told to be sure and brinj
the things back with me I thought
had better get a 'lack, so I asked thel
beauteous one if she would have 011J
called for me. During the interval
which elapsed before the arrival ol
the carriage I began to try and figunl
out how much I had spent; it reprel
sented a whole month's salary, ana
I shivered. Surely there was somq
mistake? But no, the figures wera
real and I wrote out a cheque del
spairingly, then tripping at every stew
I emerged and staggered to thc earf
riage.
I will draw a veil over the subsel
quent "m "aise quatre d'heurel
which I passei! with my wife on m-J
arrival at home, ._,.iice it to say tha]
it cost me the price of three nev
hats to sooth her wounded feelings)
but it was cheap at the price, for
can confidently assure you that sh]
never has asked me since to do anl
shopping for her. Peace, perfecj
peace.

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