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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
One Dollar Per Annum
Mr. William Jennings
/illiam Jennings Bryan visited Victoria
tyan- this   week,   was   enter
tained publicly and pri-
ately, and delivered three addresses. Mr.
'■ryan has been proclaimed to be the great-
it orator in the United States.    After
earing him The Week is not inclined to
ispute the claim.    The first thing that
,rikes the observer is that Mr. Bryan is
typical American, who could not for
moment be mistaken for a citizen of
ny other country, and who presents all
ie earmarks of the American of his class.
[e is a big man, of burly build, and im-
ressive appearance.   He is the picture of
ealth and strength.   His hands are thick
nd square, his head is high and dome-
baped, being singularly elevated at the
pex.    A line drawn straight from point
> point of the jaw or anywhere beneath
(he ear, would be much longer than one
jrawn through the head above the ears,
Irom which description it will be gathered
|hat Mr. Bryan presents a study in the
jiilancing of temperaments.    He has a
liard* mouth which, when it is shut pre-
lents almost a straight line across his face.
Vhen his mouth is open the upper lip
.urves,  and shows itself to be a little
onger than the lower, which it overlaps.
h. short, he has the typical mouth of
Charles Bradlaugh.    He has a goocl eye,
lark and piercing', and one which lights
nto kindliness as he becomes interested.
)f his voice, assuming that yesterday it
vas in its usual form, one could only
[peak with disappointment.   It is strong,
s produced naturally and even raucous.
.8 limited in range  and tends to a
llrone.    It is entirely devoid of the sympathetic quality, and has not one tender
liote.    When one remembers the melody
pf Beecher's voice for instance the contrast is very striking.    It is not improvable that   the   exigencies    of political
(.tumping have forced Mr. Bryan to adopt
style of speaking which he finds it impossible to abandon under other circumstances, and it is difficult to resist the conclusion that his voice has deteriorated,
otherwise he could never have produced
Jthe sensational  effect  of  which  history
■tells.    Compared with many of the lead-
ling English speakers Mr. Bryan will have
Ito take a back seat.    He is not in the
(same class as Lord Eosebery, Mr. Balfour,
■Sii* Edward Grey or Mr. Haldane.   Coin-
ting to the subject matter of Mr. Bryan's
addresses one can only express satisfaction
vvith their tone.    They were admirable in
spirit, and unexceptionable in sentiment.
In a sense Mr. Bryan was handicapped by
his mission, which was to advance the interests of the Y.M.C.A.   On this ground
he was competing with men who have devoted their lives to advocating the Christian religion, and he was placed at a disadvantage.    As an argument his address
in the theatre could not be taken seriously;  it was neither logical nor sequential,
and iv. many places was sophistical.   Tho
verriest tyro in in theological debate would
find no difficulty in turning it inside out.
As  an outspoken, manly declaration in
favour of Christianity, and an appeal to
the young men of the City to identify
themselves with the higher life it was admirable.    The chairman, Mr. R. B. McMicking, quite involuntarily betrayed his
own verdict,  and that of the  audience,
when at the conclusion he asked them to
sing the doxology instead of God Save the
King. That Mr. Bryan is a good man of
high character and pure life, ho one can
doubt. In this respect he is an ornament
to public life, and should be a power in
his party, but after seeing and hearing him
it is not difficult, to understand why his
own countrymen have decided on four occasions that he is not of the calibre of
which Presidents are made. In spite of
some obvious deficiencies, he is far better
adapted for tlie Christian ministry than
for political life. He stated that he had
been a lay preacher since he was fourteen
years of age. He could not do better than
devote himself entirely to a work which
obviously lies near his heart, and for the
prosecution of which he possesses many excellent qualifications.
A New
Leader.
The political sensation of
the week has been the formal assumption of the toga
of leadership  of  His Majesty's loyal Provincial Opposition by Mr.
Oliver, member  for  Delta,   in  the local
House.   Needless to say, the occasion has
been one of much speech making, and also
for what St. Paul so feelingly denounced
as "vain repetitions."    There were some
simple souls, unacquainted with the peculiar material of which the local Opposition Liberal Party is composed, who px-
pected. that  the  new  leader  would  announce a new policy.   No such interesting thing has happened.    The bottle is
new, but the wine is old.   To those who
went to hear him Mr. Oliver repeated
like a parrot the same terms of vague
abuse of the Conservative Party in general, and of Mr. McBride and his Cabinet
in particular,  as he has  been pouring
forth for the past six years.    About the
only thing of interest or novelty in his
observations—and one which seems to us
to be a hint at a course of Liberal action
which is likely to cause a tremendous row
—was Mr. Oliver's open advocacy of Provincial subsidies for railways.    This is
dropping the mask with a vengeance. Not
that it has been a very effectual mask because, for the past four years the public
have been fully aware that the Provincial
Liberal Party is and has been bound hand
and foot under instructions from their Ottawa paymasters to spare no endeavour to
secure large slices of British Columbia
land and large chunks of British Columbia
money for the construction of the Grand
Trunk Pacific in British Columbia.   The
fact that  the   McBride  Government has
steadily felled this conspiracy is the fact
that lies at the botto mof all the bitter attacks which have been made by the Liberal Party, both here and in Ottawa, upon
the Provincial Conservative Government.
If Mr. Oliver is going to lead his little
bunch of lambs in the local House into a
campaign for the adoption of a policy of
Provincial railway subsidies—and it does
not seem that any other construction can
be placed on his remarks—why, all we can
say is that the good gentleman is going
to have his hands very full indeed.
The Liberal press is de-
Railway nouncing Premier McBride
Policy. anc| his colleagues for having a "nebulous" railway
policy. If, dear reader, you will look up
the meaning of the word "nebulous" in 0
good dictionary, you will find that it means
' cloudy."   Tliere is no doubt that Mr. Mc
Bride's railway policy is very "cloudy"—
for the Liberal party. You see, it provides no pickings for charter-mongers,
open-handed politicians, railway contractors with friends in Parliament, or any
other of the proper Liberal adjuncts to a
genuine active Liberal railroad policy, as
practiced in Canada by the well-known
firm of Laurier, Hays & Co. Mr. McBride's railway policy was regrettably devoid of all this patriotic ornamentation.
He simply told the House, when he and
his colleagues assumed the reins of office,
that he would not do any more business
in the railway line with anybody who
could not show absolute guarantees of
financial ability to construct any line for
which they might be asking a charter. He
has never made any change in his policy
then announced, and railway construction
in British Columbia has progressed with
great activity and without costing the
people anything for cash or land subsidies.
But it has kept the Liberal Party and
their friends horribly poor, because it is
difficult to steal anything from a country
that won't leave its property lying out
over night when there are Liberals and
railway promoters prowling around. So
they call the McBride railway policy
"cloudy," and really, from a Liberal point
of view, you can hardly blame them.
The particulars of the dis-
The Girls' cussion on Thursday even-
Central. ing  of   Trustee   Christie's
remarkable motion in connection with the Girls' Central School, under the motion for reconsidering the same,
do not make very pleasant reading. The
matter was finally referred to a committee,
but not until after a considerable amount
of discussion and, on the part of Trustees
McNeil and Mcintosh, of some quite uncalled for abuse of the lady who is the
present very capable principal of the
Girls' Central School. Moreover, one of
the main points in connection with Trustee Christie's original motion, to which
attention was called by The Week, was
wholly ignored. We refer to the infliction upon the ratepayers of a heavy extra
expense by the proposed new appointment,
without any adequate reason having been
shown for incurring such expense. The
trustees will be well advised if they allow
this matter to die a noiseless and painless
death. There are circumstances connected with it which The Week has no desire
to drag into the light of day, but there
has been far too much already of this
business of piling additional expense on
the taxpayers of Victoria for purposes
doubtless beneficial to private interests,
but in no way of service to the public
welfare.
A Good
Example,
King Alfonso of Spain has
placed thc decent section of
the civilized world under a
heavy obligation to him for
the prompt execution of the notorious
agitator, Franciso Ferrer, to whoso inciting and doctrines the recent atrocities at
Barcelona were largely due. The man
Ferrer carefully avoided any active personal participation in the crimes and outrages of the rebellion into whicli he urged
the base elements whom he controlled, but
he was far more guilty than they. His
execution will have a wholesome effect in
checking the spread of the pestilent breed
of agitators, by showing those cowardly
persons, who make an easy living out of
the money they draw from the credulous,
tliat the authorities whom they denounce
can strike quite as promptly and quite as
hard as the most unsoaped anarchist that
ever waved a red flag. Up to the time of
going to press tlie truth-telling news-cables
inform us tliat the air of Europe is full
of the threats made by the friends of the
executed criminal. These threats are all
in ons line, to the effect that the anarchists
and socialists—those bold, fearless, clean-
living champions 0 fliberty—will murder
King Alfonso, will murder his Queen, and
will murder their two little helpless babies.
Hurrah for Liberty.
Once again—for the third
Poor time 111 three years—comes
Vancouver.       the ne\vS that the Carnegie
Library museum at Vancouver has been burglarized and a large
collection of valuable coins stolen. Just
how this remarkable institution is run
would make rather interesting reading.
Do they have a watchman? And if not,
why not ? And if so, what does he do for
his wages? Now the City of Vancouver,
we are informed, is going to be asked to
provide a guard in the museum and to
protect the entrances with iron gateways.
Tliis will cost the taxpayer considerable,
but, unless the guard goes to sleep, it will
probably prevent further theft—the more
so as tliere is very little left now worth
tii king. Personally we should like to see
a very searching investigation made into
the manner in which this building is conducted. Three burglaries in three years
have altogether too much the appearance
of coincidence.
White
Labour.
Really, Sir Charles Rivers-
Wilson,   President  of  the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, ought to be more careful how he words his public remarks.
Here we have him speaking in London and
stating that he has never been able to
appreciate the position of the people of
British Columbia with regard to Asiatic
labour.    This is hardly surprising, since
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who may, in some
sense,   be   called   Sir   Charles   Rivers-
Wilson's partner in the construction of the
big railway, has already informed the people of British Columbia that he did not
sympathize with them in their views on
the matter.   But Sir Charles should never
have said that.    The people of British
Columbia have seen fit to state emphatically that they will not permit the importation of Asiatic labour for any purpose whatsoever.    It may be a matter of
opinion as to whether they are right or
wrong in taking this stand, but the fact
remains that they have taken it and, being
the will of the people, they have a perfect
right to take it.    The lack of sympathy
of Sir Wilfrid Laurier fl deplorable; the
lack   of   understanding  of   Sir   Charles
Rivers-Wilson is grievous;  but neither of
these two regrettable things are likely to
effect the attitude of the people of British
Columbia. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
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THE STAGE |
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Chauncey Olcott in "Ragged Robin."
Occasionally in the life of the players impromptu scenes are acted which
leave a lasting impression on the memory. It is not likely, for example,
that any person at a Wednesday matinee recently will ever forget a scene
which occurred after the curtain had
fallen upon the first act of "Ragged
Robin," Chauncey Olcott's new play,
in which he will be seen at the Victoria Theatre on Monday evening.
The dramatic climax to the first act
had been acted, and the audience was
vociferously applauding when the
Irish comedian appeared before the
curtain, and, instead of bowing his acknowledgments as usual, raised his
hand, command silence. He held a
letter which he stated had been sent
to his dressing room and asked the
indulgence of his hearers as he read
its contents in a voice charged with
emotion.
It stated that the writer, an old
lady, had for many years been a regular attendant at Mr. Olcott's performances and that she was past seventy years of age and suffering from
a malady she felt would prove fatal;
that one of the choicest pleasures of
her life had been in listening to the
sweet singer's moving ballads, and
that she would be present that day in
a seat in the balcony, probably her
last visit to a theatre, and would be,
for the sake of an old lady whose
days were numbered, sing once again
the song she so dearly loved—"Sweet
Molly O?"
"Is the writer of this letter present?" asked Mr. Olcott.
Every eye in the house swept the
balcony, but there was no response
until Mr. Olcott saw in the upper gallery a little old lady in a black bonnet, supported by an anxious faced
young girl, who had risen to her feet,
and was waving her handkerchief at
Mr. Olcott, feebly announcing her.
presence.
The comedian cleared a lump from
his throat and remarked that it had
been years since he had sung the song
in question, but that he would try,
and, with the sole accompaniment of
his leader at the piano, his voice
arose in the familiar strain. He never
in his life sang better or sweeter and
as he finished there was not a dry
eye in the house. But the old lady
in the gallery had heard her favourite
song and was gently borne from the
theatre.
Lo.
At the Victoria Theatre on Tuesday, October 19, this city will see
what is probably the most pretentious and highest class attraction
which Mr. Roberts will offer this season. It is a musical comedy entitled
"Lo," with John E. Young, who endeared himself to the theatre-goers
of this city last year in the role of
Happy Johnny Hicks in "The Time,
The Place and The Girl."
"Lo" is the combined efforts of O.
Henry, the most sought-after and
highly-paid short story writer in the
world, and Franklin P. Adams who, as
the epigrammatist and humourist of
the New York Evening Mail is regarded as the most brilliant and funniest newspaper  man in  New York.
The music of "Lo" was written by
A. Baldwin Sloane, composer of "The
Gingerbread Man," "Jack and the
Beanstalk," "The Mocking Bird,"
"Lady Teazel" and a dozen other of
the big successes of the past decade.
Mr. Sloane has written eighteen numbers for "Lo," so catchy, swingy and
tinklcy that although "Lo" is a new
production, they are already being
sung along the streets. Among them
are: "Tammany On Parade," "Little
Old Main Street," "Love Is All That
Matters," "You Can Always Be My
Sweetheart," "Yucatan" and "Long
Ago."
"Lo" marks a distinct departure, an
epoch in fact, in musical comedy, for
instead of the usual hodge podge of
nonsense which is called the book in
ninety-nine cases out of a hundred.
(Continued on Page Seventeen)
DID  YOU  SHOOT  A HUNGARIAN  PARTRIDGE?
"I see they have arrested some men for shooting Hun
garian partridges on the wing," said Scroxton to his wife,
yesterday. "Serve them right," said she, "they should
shoot them on the head or on the foot. You men have no
idea how ugly a spoiled wing looks on a hat."
When a man shoots a bird by mistake he has to keep
mum about it for his own sake. Lots of men, however,
who are not sportsmen keep "Mumm" for their own sakes,
too. They keep this best of all brands of champagne in
the house for themselves and their guests. They keep
"Mumm" from a health standpoint, because G. H. Mumm
& Co.'s "Selected Brut" and "Extra Dry" have absolutely
no bad after effects. Discerning ones—men who know—
lay aside the idea that the best brand of champagne is
extravagant. They realize that the best is the most
economical in the long run. Economy is a revenue, and
Mumm's Champagnes, by reason of their goodness and
purity, pay a premium on their cost to your health.
Inferior champagnes are really expensive as a gift. A
dealer will sometimes offer another brand, as a substitute
for G. H. Mumm's Champagne, because the greater his
percentage. Don't be mum when you want "Mumm,"
speak up and demand the best. If your dealer does not
handle Mumm's "Selected Brut" or "Extra Dry," 'phone
or write Pither & Leiser for the name of a dealer  who  does.
Something New
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Corner Fort and Langley Streets THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
OCIETY
Mr. and Mrs. J. Figleeve of Regina,
re spending a few days in town.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of this city
.re spending a fortnight visiting the
ound cities.
w   *   *
One of the latest arrivals in town
■om England is Captain Philip Ba-
an of Colchester, Essex.
j*.     jd     ^
Mrs. T. J. Jones, corner of Linden
nd Rockland avenues will not re-
eive until the first Thursday in
'fovember.
* *   *
Mr. James Thompson from Winnipeg, who has been spending the sum-
pier months touring the coast cities,
.ft town last Monday on his return
|o the East.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seroobie from
I-Jottingham, England, are touring Canada and spent last week end in town.
* *   *
Mr.  and  Mrs.  Christian  and  child
Ivho have been spending the summer
In Montreal, have returned to Victoria.
* *   *
■ Mrs. Tilton and her daughters are
leaving Victoria for Los Angeles
|vhere in future they will reside.
* *   *
Mrs. John Pears returned last Sun-
lllay from an extended visit to her
rnother, Mrs. James Arsnell of Toronto.
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Mr. and Mrs. Barry Wingfield,
l.'rom Essex, England, are among the
l31d Country visitors at present in
Itown.
* *   *
George Ross, chief inspector of
host offices, is on his usual tour of
(inspection.
* *   w
Lady Lumsden, of Aberdeen, Scotland,   and   Mrs.   R.   B.   Tatersall   of
[London, Eng., are visitors in Victoria
[and registered at the Empress.
* *   *
Mrs. S. O. Redgrave and daughter
(Nellie left last Sunday on the Prin-
Icess Charlotte to visit the former's
■second daughter, Mrs. Grace Poul-
|ger of Winnipeg.
* *   *
John T. McAin, a prominent coal
■operator of Manchester, England,
lspent a few hours in the city last
(Sunday. He left in the afternoon for
■Seattle, and will return this way, pay-
ling a visit to the different coal properties on the Island.
* *   *
Mrs. John A. Rithet will be at home
|on Tuesday, the 19th October.
* *   *
C. Lovick returned to Victoria
Iby the Charmer last Saturday even-
ling. Mr. Lovick has been away to
[England on a three months' trip.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Riddell are home
lagain after a most enjoyable trip to
|Great Britain.
* *   *
Mrs. J. G. Cox, who has just returned from California, is staying
■with her    daughter,    Mrs.  (Captain)
■Harris.
* *   *
S. Baxter, provincial boiler inspector, left on a tour of inspection
(through island centres by the E. &
IN. Railway last Wednesday. He
|vvill be away until about the 20th.
* *   *
C. S. Youle, A.H.I.M.E, A.M.I.E.E.,
lin ex-naval engineer, who served
■with H.M.S. Vengeance, Rocksbor-
|>ugh, ancl   Minotaur,   has   opened a
* *   *
A   quiet  wedding  took   place   last
Mrs. John
post nuptial
October 19.
* *   *
The Arion Club will give one of
their popular concerts on November
24th.
* *   *
Mr. Gordon Campbell from Vancouver spent a few days in Victoria on
business.
* *   *
A  very  pretty  but  quiet  wedding
took place yesterday afternoon at St.
Andrew's Presbyterian Church, when
Henry E. Jackson, assistant manager
of the Empress Hotel, was united in
marriage to Miss E. M. Hill, of Edinburgh,  Scotland.    The  Rev.  Leslie
■Saturday afternoon at the Metropoli-' Clay officiated at thc ceremony.   The
Ian  Methodist  Church  when  Mr.  F.   groom's  best   man   was  Mr.   W.   E.
Wilcox, a prominent business man : Burris and  Miss  E.   Carrol  made a
til Vancouver, was united in marriage | very   pretty   bridesmaid.     A   dainty
to Miss Ailer Catherine Laidley,
daughter of the late Rev. R. B. Laidley of Nanaimo. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox left on the Princess Charlotte
for Seattle. When the honeymoon is
over they will take up their residence
in Vancouver. The Rev. T. E. Hol-
ling performed the ceremony.
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Mr. Frame of Victoria is spending
the week end at Cowichan Lake fishing.
* *   *
An organ recital will be given at
St. John's Church on the evening of
Monday, October 18th.
Judge Lampman paid Seattle and
the A.Y.P.A. a visit last Saturday.
•**<**
Thomas Brown, son of P. R. Brown,
left last Monday evening for Montreal
to resume his studies at McGill.
* *   *
Rev. A. Stanley Ard is on his way
home from a visit to the Old Land.
Mr. Ard will arrive in Victoria on
the 15th inst.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Cupp of Toronto, who have been spending several
days in town left last night for Vancouver en route to their home.
Mrs. George Lawrence, wife of
George Lawrence of the Scotch
Bakery, Douglas street has returned
to won after spending three months
with   friends  in  Aberdeen,   Scotland.
* *    w
The marriage of Miss E. M. Hill
of Parliament Square, Edinburgh,
Scotland, to Mr. H. B. Jackson, assistant manager of the Empress
Hotel, took place at St. Andrew's
church last Tuesday afternoon at 1.30
o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Oliphant-
Grautier from Fittleworth, Sussex,
England, who have been making a
tour of Canada for the benefit of Mrs.
Grautier's health, spent the beginning
of the week in town and left for Seattle Friday, whence they will proceed to New York en route for their
home in the Old Country.
* *   *
Mrs. Slater, Pemberton Road, has
returned to the city after an extended
trip to the East.
* *   *
Miss Connie Goodfellow of Seattle
is the  guest of Mrs.  D.  M.  Eberts,
Gorge Road.
* *   *
Mr. Blanchard Bell, who has been
enjoying a brief holiday at Cowichan
Lake, has returned to town.
Miss B. Gaudin left for Tacoma
last Saturday to spend a few weeks
with friends.
Mr. R. Marpole of Vancouver spent
a few days in town during the week.
* *   *
A.   Rithet
reception
wedding breakfast was afterwards
served at the bachelor home of the
groom, only the most intimate friends
of the bride ancl groom being pre
sent. Many handsome presents were
received by the young couple. Mr.
and Mrs. Jackson left on the Princess
Charlotte for California, where they
will spend their honeymoon.
* *   *
Judge Lampman paid a visit to the
exposition  at    Seattle    on   Saturday
last.
* *   *
Mrs. W. E. Scott of Ganges Harbour is in the city for a few days.
* w   w
Miss G. Bridgman, who has been
attending school in the Old Country
for the last three or four years, has
returned to Victoria after finishing
her education.
* *   *
Mr. and Mrs. George Gillespie, who
have been spending a few weeks at
their cottage at Sooke, have returned
to town, after enjoying the shooting.
* *   *
Mr. W. A. Ward spent a few days
at Cowichan Lake during the week.
* *   *
Mrs. Marvin is the guest of Mrs.
George L. Courtney, Scoresby Street.
(Other Society  Page  Sixteen)
FRIDAY AHD SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 22 AND 23.
JOSEPH M. WEBER
Presents
THE LASTING MODERN COMEDY
WITH MUSIC
The Climax
By Edward Locke.
Music by Joseph  Carl Breil.
HERALDED BY THE NEW YORK
PRESS AND PUBLIC AS THE
PUREST PLAY OP THE DAY.
FOR MOTHER, PATHER, WIPE AND
DAUGHTER.
AN    OFFERING    THAT    PULLS    AT
YOUR HEARTSTRINGS.
Prices—2So,   50c,   75c.   $1.00,   $1.50.
Beat Sale Wednesday, October 19th.
YOUR MONEY BACK
Any  time  during-  tbe  performance  or
after i tif you're not satisfied.
EIGHTEEN   MUSICAL   NUMBERS
THIRTY-TWO amazingly pretty young
Girli and LAUGHS.
JOHN E. YOUNG
(The   original   Johnny   Hicks   in   "The
Time, the Place, and the Girl.")
IN THE BIG MUSICAL COMEDY
"LO"
will  hold  a
on Tuesday,
Book  and  Lyrics  by O. Henry  and  F.
P. Adams.
Music by A. Baldwin Sloane.
Prices—25o,  500,  75c,  $1.00,  1.50.
Seat Sale Saturday, October 16th.
Augustus Pitou Presents
CHAUNCEY OLCOTT
In His New Play
Ragged Robin
By Rida Johnson Young in collaboration
with Hita Olcott.
Kcenes Laid at Innishannon—Time 183U.
HEAR OLCOTT'S NEW SONGS
"The Eyes that Come from Ireland"
"Sweet Girl of My Dreams"
"If You'll Remember Me"
"The Laugh With a Tear In It"
"I Used to Believe in the Fairies."
SEE The Good Little People—The Fairy
Host—The   Banshee—The  Will-o-the
Wisp—and  tlio Wealth  of Beautiful
Scenery,    including    The    Big    Bog
Scene.
Prices—50c,  75c,  $1.00,  $1.50.
Seat Sale Friday, October 15th.
Interesting
Instructive
ROMAN©
THEATRE
A visit to our amusement house will prove that we have the best
in Moving Pictures and Illustrated 'Songs.
Daily from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m., and 7 until 11 p.m.
Saturday performances commence at 1 p.m. sharp.
Complete change every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday.
ADMISSION—Ten Cents; Children at Matinee, Five Cents.
ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE.
A PLACE OF ATTRACTION FOR THE
YOUNG AND OLD IS
EMPRESS
THEATRE
The strides made in the improvement of Moving Pictures are
nothing more than marvellous.
They are not only interesting to look at but instructive and
impressive and oftentimes portray a lesson worth learning.
Complete  change  of programme  on  Mondays,  Wednesdays
and Fridays.
Continuous performance:  2.00 to .30—7.00 to 10.30 p.m.
Children's Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday—Five Cents.
Admission -. Ten Cents
riflJEJTIC
THEATRE
Yates Street, near Governn)egt
where the old  Edison Theatre used to be.
A new house showing the latest ancl most improved
animated pictures.
Lengthy films portraying what has been accomplished
in moving pictures.
Matinees, 2 to 5.30 (Children 5c)
Evenings, 7 to 11 p.m.   Admission ioc.
Change of Programme Every Monday and Thursday
UP=TO=DATE BILL
WEEK OCTOBER 18
The New Grand
Telephone 618
SULLIVAN * CONSIDINE,    ProprUters.
Manaicmtnt of ROBT. JAMIESON.
EDW. GALLAGHER & CO.
In His Gorgeous Scenic Travesty
"The Battle of Bay Rum."
M'LLE MARTHA
Refined and Graceful Gymnast.
STEELEY & EDWARDS
Funnily and Charmingly Musical.
DOROTHY DAHL
The  Versatile Comedienne.
THOS. J. PRICE
"Niagara."
NEW MOVING PICTURES
OUR OWN ORCHESTRA
PANTAGES
THEATRE
WEEK OCTOBER 11
POLLARD-FISCHER
COMPANY
Dramatic Players.
YOUNG'S DOGS
Canine Circus.
SHALE & COLE
Dancing Vocalists.
JESSIE BLANK
Up-to-Now Comedy.
ARTHUR ELWELL
Descriptive Ballad.
BIOGRAPH
Animated Pictures. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
The Week
\ 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.
Places Popularized by the
Novelist's Pen
American tourists abroad have a
penchant for hunting out the sites ancl
scenes of incidents figuring in novels
of great writers.
The novelists and the poet can
throw a glamour over scenes and
places which are in themselves by
no means remarkable, and can even
add a fresh charm to those which
have already many claims to notice.
Scott is probably unrivalled as a novelist of locality. How many tourists, for instance, would make pilgrimage to Kcnilworth but for Scott's
novel of that name? Doubtless a few
would, for it has beauty and distinction which are independent of fiction,
but it may be safely said that where,
a hundred people visit it today one
visited it before Scott lived and
wrote.
There is no doubt also that Scott
discovered the Trossachs and the
Highlands of Scotland. When Dr,
Samuel Johnson and James Boswell
made their celebrated tour through
the Highlands, that magnificent re
gion of mountain and lake was much
less known than is the Soudan today,
and Johnson's celebrated diary of his
trip was not calculated to persuade
many people to follow in his footsteps. It remained for the poems and
romances of Sir Walter Scott to reveal to the world a region of almost
unrivalled beauty and wild grandeur,
and since his day visitors to the
Highlands have increased ten-thous
andfold.
Kirriemuir is an excellent example
of what a novelist can accomplish in
the way of glamor. Net even a Scotsman will claim much beauty for the
villages and small hamlets of his native charm of English villages, and
Kirriemuir is neither better nor worse
than a hundred of its village composers
Yet as Barrie's "Thrums" it is famous in every English-speaking community the world over; and Americans especially make a point of visiting it, and perhaps trying to see
through some "window" there the
idyllic scenes which Barrie saw. Alas!
they cannot. They may be there to
sec, but it would take another Barrie
to see them. In the same way Crockett's books havc made the Galloway
country, hitherto almost as little
known as Connemara, quite a tourist
resort, and many people nowadays go
lovingly over thc ground which is the
setting for such fine novels as "The
Raiders" and "The Man of the Moss
Hags."   '
Probably the most disappointing
place in England is the Doone Valley.
There are few books which possess
the mysterious quality of glamor so
unmistakably as Blackmore's famous
novel "Lorna Doone." It grips the
imagination and paints mind-pictures
which never fade. The stronghold of
the robber clan, the Doones, makes
an especially vivid impression upon
the sensitive plate of one's memory,
and when one compares his imaginary picture with the real thing the
disillusion is sad. It is exactly like
seeing a favorite novel badly drama
tized. It seems all so inadequate, so
small, so unromantic. Yet tens of
thousands of people go to see the
places mentioned in this famous novel,
and even the railways advertise it as
the Lorna Doone country.
There is a room at the Royal Hotel,
Bideford, which is kept today just
as Charles Kinsely used it when hc
was writing his famous novel, "Westward Ho!" Thousands of people
have stayed at this hotel, simply on
Charles Kinsley's account and in order
to make it the centre from which
they can cover the scenes mentioned
in the famous romance. It cannot be
said that Kinsley made Bideford, because it was a famous old port in
Elizabeth's day; but it can be truly
said that lie resuscitated the old town
and made it a modern place of resort
and pilgrimage, though it would probably take more than a novel to restore its old seafaring glory.
Glen, in the Isle of Man, though
places pretty in themselves, have been
made doubly famous by Hall Caine in
"The Manxman" and "The Deemster." whilst Saxton, near York, and
Battle, near Hastings, both owe their
popularity with tourists to Bulwer
Lytton, for the first is the scene of
the Battle of Towton, so magnificently described in "The Last of the
Barons," and the second is the scene
of Harold's death, described in his
novel,  "Harold."
Thousands of people go every summer to see the battlefield of Towton,
and the selling of old axe-heads and
"relics" has afforded good business
for years, whilst Lytton has woven
so much romance around Battle Abbey and the field of Senlac that thousands of brakes and chars-a-brancs
go out of Hastings during the season
laden with curious sight-seers, although it must be confessed there is
*ne of the Spanish beauties in "Lft"'
Musical Comedy at the Victoria Theatre next Tuesday.
Sir Frederick Bridge—"Westminster" Bridge, as he is facetiously called, because he is the organist of
Westminster Abbey—tells how he
used to meet Charles Dickens, walking out with his dogs on a Sunday
morning, when the young organist
was going past Gad's Hill on his way
from Rochester to his church appointment, eight miles away. Dickens
had a great liking for Rochester, and
the old city is referred to over and
over again in his words. "Pickwick"
especially is redolent of the old cathedral city, and lovers of Dickens—and
their name is legion—love to trace the
peregrinations of Pickwick, Winkle,
Snodgrass, and Co. through its streets
and in its near neighbourhood.
The village of Fordingham, in Dor-
e.st, is imperishably connected with
Thomas Hard's great novel, "Tess of
the d'Urbervilles." Here lived Vicar
Clare's family, of whom the original
was the father of thc present Bishop
of Durham.    Kirkmichael and Sully
not a great deal to see when they get
there.
Seasonable Ematrimony.
"Mother, I want to get married this
winter."
"Very well, my daughter; but don't
throw yourself away."
"Oh, no; I am going to marry a
nice man."
"I must say, dear, I think a coal
man would be more seasonable."
In Mourning.
The Lady—I haven't much in the
house to give you, my poor man, but
would you like a piece of pie?
The Hobo—No, lady; but have yer
got a old black coat?
The Lady—Why do you want a
black one?
The Hobo—De feller yer gave a
piece o' pie to de odder day was a
pal 0' mine.
What She Wanted.
Grocer—"Do you want sugar-cured
ham, madam?"
Mrs. Newed—"No, I want some
that has never been diseased."
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will connect you with the
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Her Experience.
Mrs. Brown—Do you believe that
marriage is a lottery?
Mrs. Green—No; I consider it more
of a faith cure.
Mrs. Brown—Why, how's that?
Mrs. Green—Well, I had implicit
faith in my husband when we were
first married and now I haven't.
At The Pearly Gates.
"Your harp," said a polite attendant.
"Thanks."
"Your halo." The attendant," commanded Mrs. De Style, with well-
bred hauteur.
Kinwood—How do you like your
new  suburban  home?
Barquis—Fine. There's only one
drawback to it.
Kinwood—What's that?
Barquis—I can't find a buyer for it.
butcher  hasn't  come with the me
Now run and play.
Stubb—How funny that an Itali
duke should get the mitten!
Penn—I should say so.   Now, if
gets  another  mitten and  a  fur  c
he will be all ready for a polar e
ploring expedition.
Easily Explained.
"We alius seems to pick a tin
when our Congressman is powerf
busy to come to Washington," sa
Si Similing.
"That ain't it," answered Farm
Corntossel. "Our Congressman alii
turns to an' gits busy when he se
any of us comin'."
m;
Wanted Something Different.
"Here's a new volume of fairy
tales," said the bookseller, "that
might interest you."
"No, I prefer something different,"
replied the woman customer. "I've
been married ten years."
The Boiler's Reason.
Mother—Don't tease me, Johnnie.
Can't you see I'm in a lot of trouble?
The boiler has sprung a leak.
Johnnie—What makes it leak?
Mother—Because it's my day at
home, your father has asked two men
to dinner, the cook has left and the
Reminded.
"Does your husband forget to
the letters you give him?"
"Never.    I  put them in his cig
case."
Mother—Dear me! Did that b;
boy hit my little son inadvertently?
Eager Street Chorus—No, mum; 1
hit 'im in de stummick.
Mrs.   Gunner—"Henry,  you  wou
persist   in   calling   that  last   cook
vision.    There   was  nothing   pretl
about her?"
Mr. Gunner—"Not at all."
Mrs.  Gunner—"Then why did yc
call her a vision?"
Mr. Gunner—"Because visions fac
away.   She remained only two days THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
ESQUIMALT ELECTORAL DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that objections have been filed with me against the following persons' names being retained on the List of Voters for the above district on the
grounds set forth.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I will, on Monday, the ist day of November, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Bastion
Square, Victoria, hold a Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing and determining said objections.
Unless the person objected to or some other Provincial Voter on his behalf appears at the said Court and satisfies me that the said objection is not well founded,
I shall strike the name of the person so objected to off the said list.
Dated this 6th day of October, 1909.
HARVEY COMBE, Registrar of Voters.
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
AUSTIN, HENRY JAMES	
BAHLMAN, OTTO JOE. FRED'K	
BARDET, ALICK 	
BAYLES, THOMAS 	
BETTS, HERBERT 	
BLAIR, THOMAS 	
BRADY, MICHAEL	
BROOKS, JOHN HENRY 	
BROWN, GEORGE 	
BROWN, WILLIAM 	
IBRYAN. JAMES 	
'BURGESS, PHILIP 	
BURN,  EDWARD   	
BYRNE, JOHN  	
CAIN,  THOMAS   	
;CAIN,  THOMAS	
'CARMICHAEL. JOHN   	
■CATO, CHRISTOPHER	
ICLARK, GEORGE RAE	
CLARK, ARTHUR WILLIAM  	
CLARKE, ROBERT 	
CLEGG, ROBERT ...	
COBB, HERBERT EDWARD  	
.COLLISTER, RICHARD  	
CONNOR, FRANK	
iCOOK, HARRY ORME 	
.CORNER,  WILLIAM  ERNEST   	
COTTLE, JOSEPH JAMES 	
;DALES, JOSEPH 	
,DAVISON, JOHN 	
DAVISON, JOHN 	
:DEPRES, RICHARD 	
DEVINE. JOHN  	
DICKSON, ERNEST NORMAN 	
DIXON, FRANCIS JOSHUA 	
DONALDSON, ALEX. DAWSON  ....
DONOHOE, THOMAS  	
DORAN. JAMES JOSEPH   	
DORAN, STEPHEN  	
DRAKE, SAMUEL   	
DU BERGER, ALDERIC	
DUFTY, SAMUEL 	
DUMBLETON, CHARLES D	
DUNN, ALFRED  	
EDWARDS, WILLIAM JOHN 	
EDMUNDS, BERNARD OLIVER ....
ELLIOTT, JOHN KEITH   	
EMSLEY, HARRY 	
EVANS. EDWARD  	
EVANS, ROBERT GEORGE  	
FEA, THOMAS 	
FIELD, CHESTER GIBB 	
FIELD, EDWARD SPELMAN  	
FORSTER,   DAVID   	
FORSYTH, JOHN  	
FRAME, DAVID	
FREDERICKSON, OLE FERDINANT
GABRIEL, WILLIAM WILLMOTT  .
GARLAND, JOHN	
GIBSON, FRANK 	
GIBSON, RALPH FULLARTON 	
GRAY, JOHN 	
GREENWOOD, HAROLD 	
GREY,  ROBERT   	
HARMAN, JOHN 	
HARVEY, LANCELOT W. FRED'K .
HASLETT, JAMES 	
HOAD, PATRICK	
HODSON, JAMES 	
HOLT,  JAMES   HENRY   	
HOOPER, CHARLES WM. W	
HOWDEN,  GEORGE   	
HUDSON, JOSEPH 	
HUSBAND,  ROBERT  ANDERSON   .
JENNINGS, GEORGE GERVASE 	
JOHNSON, GEORGE NATHANIEL .
JOHNSON, GEORGE HERCUS 	
JOHNSTON, JOHN 	
KILTY, DAVID WILLIAM 	
KING, THOMAS   	
K1NNEAR, JOHN  	
K1RKWOOD,   DAVID   	
LACE, JAMES 	
LAMPSH1RE, EDWIN 	
LEDINGHAM, FRANCIS 	
LESLIE, DAVID BRUCE 	
LESLIE, JOHN 	
LLOYD, GEORGE 	
LYNCH, JEROLD 	
Residence
Florence Road, between Lampson and Pine
Blake Street 	
Work Point Barracks	
Coach and Horses Hotel
Coach and Horses Hotel
Work Point Barracks
Colwood 	
Dunsmuir Road  	
Work  Point   Barracks   ..
Pike Lake Road 	
Duntze Head 	
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barracks ....
Work Point Barracks
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks 	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Colwood 	
Colwood 	
Signal Hill	
Corner Arcadia Street and Craigflower Road .
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks 	
Colwood	
S. W. corner Dominion and Craigflower Road
Sec. 97. East Sooke	
1 Coach and Horses Hotel
Coach and Horses Hotel
Work Point Barracks ....
Work Point Barracks	
Colwood	
Rod Hill  ....;.
East Sooke 	
Work Point Barracks  ...
Esquimalt Road 	
Esquimalt Road 	
Colwood 	
Work Point Barracks
Head Street 	
Pike Lake 	
Work  Point  Barracks   ..
Work Point Barracks
Colwood 	
Work Point Barracks
Work Point Barracks
Work Point Barracks
Esquimalt	
Work Point Barracks 	
Mt. Verc Farm, Metchosin
Mt. Vere Farm, Metchosin
Coach and Horses Hotel ..
Coach and Horses Hotel ..
Canteen Road 	
Metchosin	
Esquimalt Road, near Half Way House
Coach and  Horses Hotel   	
Work Point Barracks	
Viewliekl Gardens, Esquimalt Road  	
Coach and  Horses  Hotel   	
Rod Hill  	
Work Point Barracks 	
Half Way House, Esquimalt Road
Happy Valley 	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Work Point Barracks 	
Work Point Barracks 	
Colwood  	
Signal Hill  	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Rod Hill 	
Coach and Horses Hotel  	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Admiral's Road, Victoria Transfer Co.'s Ranch.
Coach and Horses Hotel  	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
Work Point Barracks  ...
Esquimalt  	
Coach and Horses Hotel
Esquimalt Road  	
Coach and Horses Hotel .
Signal Hill 	
Coach and Horses Hotel
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barracks —
Work Point Barracks
Coach and Horses Hotel
Profession, Trade or Calling.
Purser
Engineer   ,	
Soldier   	
Rivetter  	
Laborer  	
Bombardier, R. C. G- A.
Laborer  	
Clerk	
Sergeant P. A. M. C,
Poultryman   	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Sapper, R. C. E	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Iron Driller  	
Laborer	
Boilermaker's Helper
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Locomotive Fireman .
Painter 	
Laborer	
Laborer 	
Private, C. O. C	
Marine Surveyor
Laborer   	
Private, P. A. M. C. .
Laborer  	
Laborer 	
Farmer	
Laborer	
Iron Worker	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Bombardier, R. C. G. A	
Laborer	
Acting Bombardier, R. C. G. A.
Farmer   	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Iron Moulder  	
Mechanic	
Plasterer 	
Private, C. O. C. .'.'.'.'..	
Laborer 	
Farmer •..■._•.	
Sapper, R. C. E. ..'.'._	
Sergeant, R. C. E.	
Laborer 	
Acting Bombardier,' R. G. A.
Sapper, R. C. E	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Master  Mariner  	
S. C.
Private, A.
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Blacksmith's Helper
Painter   	
Architect 	
Farmer  	
Boilermaker  	
Laborer  	
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Surveyor's Assistant
Boilermaker 	
Gunner, R. C. G. A. .
Private, P. A. M. C.
Barkeeper  	
Farmer 	
Laborer  	
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Sapper, R. C. E.
Laborer  	
Soldier 	
Engineer  	
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Carpenter   	
Gentleman
Teamster
Bartender
Miner  —
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Carpenter
Moulder ..
Iron Ship Builder	
Private, O. S. C	
Laborer  	
Bombardier, R. C. G. A.
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Artilleryman   	
Boilermaker  	
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Alien and Ceased to reside in District. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
ESQUIMALT ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
McBETH, ALEXANDER  	
McCRAE, DAVID 	
McDONALD, ALEXANDER 	
McDONALD, ANGUS  	
McDONALD, ARCHIBALD 	
McDONALD, JAMES ELDRIDGE  ..
MACKENKIE, DONALD 	
MACKENZIE, DONALD 	
MACKIE,  WILLIAM   	
MALBON, EDWARD JOHN 	
MALENBERG, HENRY 	
MANNING, JOSEPH MONTAGUE .
MANUEL, STEWART MENELAWS .
MARSH, JOSEPH EDWARD 	
MELVILLE, JOHN 	
MILES, JAMES 	
MILLER, JOHN HENRY 	
MITCHELL, DAVID 	
MOODIE, HARRY STRUTHERS ...
MOORHOUSE, SIDNEY JAMES ....
MORGAN, DANIEL PETER 	
MORTIMER, JOSEPH HENRY 	
MUIR, JOHN  	
MULLENS, CHARLES HERBERT .
MURRAY, JOHN ROBERT  	
NELSON, ROBERT 	
NICHOLSON, ANTH PEARSON ...
NICOLAYE, JOSEPH	
OGILVIE, JOHN 	
O'HARA, ROBERT	
OWEN, THOMAS W	
PHILLIPS, CLEMENT 	
PRESS, HENRY ALFRED  	
PRICE, HENRY 	
PRITCHARD, GIL HY. BEV AN 	
PROVINS, HARRY WILFRID 	
PURVER, THOMAS 	
RAPLEY, CHARLES	
RAYMOND, JOHN, JR	
RAYMOND, JHILIP HENRY   	
RICHARDS, WILLIAM JENNINGS .
RICHMAN, RICHARD 	
ROBERTSON, WM. H. MONCRIEFF
ROBERTSON, ANDREW 	
ROBERTSON, JOHN RODERICK ..
ROBINSON, GEORGE WATSON ....
ROBINSON, ROBERT 	
RODGERS, CHARLES 	
ROWE, JAMES PATRICK 	
ROWSON, WALTER WILLIAM ....
SAYER, JOHN 	
SCOTT, ALEXANDER	
SCOTT, ALEXANDER DAVID 	
SHARCOTT, WILLIAM	
SHEARLOW, JOSEPH	
SMITH, WILLIAM H	
SMYTH, FRED	
SMYTH, FREDERICK 	
SORTON, SAMUEL	
STEADMAN, GEORGE 	
STEPHEN, RONALD H	
STOUT, JAMES ANDERSON	
STUART, GILZEAN ROLAND W. ..
SURRIDGE, RICHARD THOMAS ...
SWANSON, AUGUST 	
TAIT, DAVID SPRAGGE 	
TEMPLE, WILLIAM 	
TENNESON, HAR. WALDEMAR ...
TERRY, D. LOSS 	
THOMAS, JOHN JOSEPH 	
THOMSON, DANIEL	
THORMAHLEN, THEODOR  	
TRICKETT, STEAD 	
WALKER, RICHARD 	
WALL, HENRY 	
WALL, WILLIAM GEORGE	
WALTON, ROBERT  	
WELSH, GEORGE  	
WHEELER, JOHN PHILIP 	
WHITESIDE, ERNEST 	
WILKINSON, ARTHUR HENRY	
WILLIAMS, JAMES	
WILLIAMS, JOHN HENRY 	
WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM 	
WILSON, THOMAS	
WILSON, EDWARD VICTOR 	
WILSON, JAMES 	
WRIGHT, AMBROSE 	
WRIGHT, ERNEST  	
Residence
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barracks 	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Work Point Barracks 	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
Old Esquimalt Road, near Head Street
Constance Cove  Road  	
Constance Cove  Road  	
Constance Avenue	
Work Point Barracks	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks 	
Signal Hill	
Signal Hill	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Esquimalt Hotel 	
Signal Hill 	
Coach and Horses Hotel 	
Work Point Barracks	
No. 2 Florence Road 	
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barracks	
Woodside, Sooke 	
Work Point Barracks	
Hatley Park	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Head Street, Work Point 	
Roman Catholic Parsonage, Esquimalt
Coach and Horses Hotel
Work Point Barracks ...
Esquimalt 	
Half Way House, Esquimalt Road.
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Parson's Bridge Hotel	
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barracks	
Work Point Barrack.. 	
No. 3 Cottage, Wharf Street, Esquimalt
Rosebank, Sec. 96, Esquimalt District	
Work Point Barracks 	
Esquimalt 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
Viamede, Esquimalt Road 	
Work Point Barracks 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks 	
Work Point Barracks	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
Signal Hill	
Work Point Barracks	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Coach ahd Horses Hotel	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Esquimalt Road, near Half Way House
Work Point Barracks 	
Work Point Barracks	
Hatley Park	
Eversley, Esquimalt Road 	
Florence Road 	
Sooke 	
South Side, Douglas Road 	
Colwood 	
Metchosin 	
Work Point Barracks 	
Colwood 	
Coach and Horses Hotel _	
Stanley Street, between Dunsmuir and Head.
Gore Street, off Head Street 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Work Point Barracks	
Old Esquimalt Road, Viewfield Estate
Thetis Lake	
Corner Wharf and Queens Streets	
Work Point Barracks	
Signal Hill 	
Work Point Barracks	
Naval Yard, Esquimalt 	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Coach and Horses Hotel	
Esquimalt Hotel  	
Coach and Horses Hotel .
Coach and Horses Hotel
Coach and Horses Hotel .
Profession, Trade or Calling.
Corporal, R. C. G. A.
Bombardier, R. C. G. A.
Boilermaker 	
R. C. G. A	
Iron Moulder  	
Seaman   	
Laborer   	
Laborer   	
Seaman 	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Carpenter  	
Private, P. A. M. C	
Armourer, Ord. Sts	
Private, 0. S. C	
Blacksmith  	
Laborer 	
Private, O. S. C	
Miner	
R. C. G. A	
Supt. Clerk, R. E	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Farmer  	
Sergeant, A. S. C	
Laborer  	
Machinist	
Seaman 	
R. C. Clergyman
Miner 	
Sergeant R. C.
Laborer  	
G. A.
Laborer	
Boilermaker 	
Farmer 	
Sapper, R. C. E	
Bombardier, R. C. G. A.
Painter   	
Chief Engine Room Artificer
Lime Burner 	
Sapper, R. C. E	
Ship's Carpenter  	
Butcher  	
Sergeant, M. S. C	
Painter  	
Teamster   	
Merchant  	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Ship  Fitter	
Ship Builder 	
Sergeant, R.C.A., S.C	
Gunner  	
Fire Clay Worker	
Private, 0. S. C ,
Soldier 	
Carpenter 	
Ship Fitter 	
Laborer 	
Laborer	
Laborer   ,
Gunner, R. C. G. A.
Acting Bombardier, R.
Stonemason    .
Rancher   	
Laborer  ,
Farmer   	
C. G. A..
Student at Law 	
Laborer 	
Farmer	
Bombardier, R. C. G. A.
Laborer   	
Machinist 	
Miner	
Carpenter    *..
Iron Worker 	
Carpenter   	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Miner 	
Caretaker, Esquimalt Waterworks.
Clerk 	
Soldier 	
Corporal, 0. S. C	
Gunner, R. C. G. A	
Caretaker   	
Shipwright   	
Laborer  	
Ship  Fitter's  Helper.
Fireman 	
Laborer 	
Joiner 	
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PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
ISLANDS ELECTORAL DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that objections have been filed with me against the following persons' names being retained on the List of Voters for the above district on the
grounds set forth.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I will, on Monday, the ist day of November, 1909, at the hour of n o'clock in the forenoon, at Ganges Harbour, hold
a Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing and determining said objections.
Unless the person objected to or some other Provincial Voter on his behalf appears at the said Court and satisfies me that the said objection is not well founded, I
shall strike the name of such person off the said list.
Dated this 8th day of October, 1909. FRANK G. NORRIS, Registrar of Voters.
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Residence
STEWART, THOMAS GILCHRIST    North Saanich
FORFAR, THOMAS JAMES          "   ''   c "'
MEUNCH, JOSEPH  	
DOWNEY, JOHN HENRY 	
North Saanich
North Saanich
North Saanich
Profession, Trade, or Calling.
Farmer ..
Merchant
Farmer ..
Farmer ..
Nature of Objection.
■ Ceased to reside in the District
■ Ceased to reside in the District
■ Ceased to reside in the District.
■ Ceased to r.eside in the District. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that objections have been filed with me against the following persons' names being retained on the List of Voters for the above district on the
grounds set forth.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I will, on Monday, the ist day of November, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Bastion
Square, Victoria, hold a Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing and determining said objections.
Unless the person objected to or some other Provincial Voter on his behalf appears at the said Court and satisfies me that the said objection is not well founded,
I -shall strike the name of the person so objected to off the said list
Dated this 6th day of October, 1909.
HARVEY COMBE, Registrar of Voters.
Christian Name and Surname of Voter.
.DAMS, JOSEPH  MASON  	
.DAMS, WILLIAM HERBERT  	
ALEXANDER,   CHARLES   	
|_NDERSON,   ANDREW   	
ANDERSON, GEO. WILLIAM, SR. .
J-.NDERTON,  FRANK  ERIC   	
vRMBRUSTER, ALBERT ERNEST
ARMSTRONG, JOHN  	
tvSPINALL, THOMAS  
_ULD, ALLEN JAMES 
_ULEY, HERBERT PHIPPS 	
OJSTIN, FREDERICK 	
lOJSTIN, WILLIAM 	
JAIN, ALEXANDER THOMAS 	
3ALLENTINE, JOHN STEEL 	
JARBER, JOHN
JARNES, SIDNEY JAMES 	
JARNSWELL, JAMES AUGUSTUS .
1ARR, GEORGE EMMERSON  	
URRETT, CHARLES WM	
SARRETT, JOHN 	
1ARTHOLOMEW, ROBERT 	
JARTON, THOMAS	
1ATCHELOR, FRANK AUGUSTUS
iATCHELOR, JOE HARRISON  ....
BATES,   CHARLES	
iECKENSELL, CHARLES HENRY  ,
JEE, WILLIAM NEILL	
BEECH, LIONEL 	
BEECHER, PETER 	
BEEGAN, FREDERICK WILLIAM 	
,3ELYEA. ARTHUR DOUGLAS  	
BERKELY, CHRIS MAURICE 	
GERMAN, WILLIAM 	
BEYGRAU, PAUL THEODORE   	
BERTWISTLE, WILLIAM  	
BISHOP, RICHARD PRESTON	
BLACK, CHARLES MELBOURNE	
BLAKE, WALTER	
BLOOMGUEST, JOHN   ...	
30EHMER, NELSON  	
BONNETTE, HERBERT WILLIAM  	
300RMAN, HARRY EUSTACE 	
BOOTH,  GEO.  ALFRED  HENRY   	
BOURGOURD, THOMAS 	
30WEN, DAVID  	
BOWMAN, OVID HENRY  	
IBOYER, EDWARD WARNER  	
■3RADFORD, JAMES  	
■BREEDS, ROBERT HENRY  	
[BRENDON, ERNEST	
BRENNAN, HENRY	
(BRIDGES. GEORGE STANLEY 	
ROMLEY, GEORGE  	
ROOKER, THOMAS CUTHBERT	
BROOKES, JOHN HENRY   ...
IBROWN, CHARLES ELRIC OWEN 	
BROWN, FRED	
IBROWN, HENRY ORBLE  	
iBROWN, JAMES ;...
BROWN, JOHN ALEXANDER	
IBROWN, ROBERT HENRY	
ROWN, THOMAS EDGAR 	
BROWN, WILLIAM VINCENT 	
IBROWNE, HARRY 	
BROWN,  HARRY  	
BROWN, JOHN  ALFRED   	
8ROWNLOW, JOHN WILLIAM HENRY
[BRUCE, JOSEPH	
BRYSON, HUGH	
BUDDEN, CHARLES THOMAS 	
BUDDEN, EDWARD WALTER ALFRED
iBULLY, ALFRED HENRY  	
;BULLEY, ARTHUR BENJAMIN 	
BURKE, CLARENCE BALDWIN 	
BURNETT, HAROLD	
BURNETT, WILLIAM HENRY 	
BURRINGTON, GEORGE  	
BURROUGHS, HY. RANDLE  _
BURT, ARTHUR HAYES	
BURTON, WILLIAM HENRY 	
IBURY, CHARLES ARTHUR 	
BUTLER, CLIFFORD FREDERIC 	
IBUTTERWORTH, GEORGE ALLEN	
IBYRNELL, GEORGE CHARLES 	
:ail, frank wilson 	
cameron, ewen joseph 	
icameron, john alex	
zampbell, colin lorne ....
icampbell, wm. elliot 	
:amus, emile	
:ard, JAMES	
ZARDEW, HAROLD WOOLMER
ICAREW,  JOHN   	
ZAREY, THOMAS 	
ICARMICHAEL, DUNCAN McL. ...
Residence
44 Rae Street 	
30 First Street 	
S. S. "Queen City" .
S. S. "Oscar" 	
634 John Street —
63 Superior Street
2000 Store Street ..
2802 Bridge Street
D. G. S. "Quadra" .
309 Douglas Street
88 Pandora Street .
11.3 Oswego Street .
110 Johnson Street
Cor. Rae and Blanchard Streets 	
20 Cadboro Bay Road 	
S. E. corner Niagara and Oswego Streets
41 Burdette Avenue 	
1148 Johnson Street  	
Dominion Hotel, Yates Street 	
16 Pembroke Street	
130 Government Street  	
Empire Hotel 	
107 Michigan Street	
MacGregor Avenue 	
MacGregor  Avenue	
42 Herald Street	
151   Vancouver  Street   	
S. S. "Amur"	
300 Richmond Avenue	
Grand Pacific Hotel, Johnson Street 	
36 Frederick Street	
6 South Turner Street  	
23 Burdette Avenue	
Savoy Hotel, Government Street	
Crescent Street '(near Irving Street)	
Western Hotel .—	
46 Dallas Avenue	
304 Dallas Road —	
Grand Pacific Hotel, Johnson Street    ... .
40 David Street	
510 Superior Street	
Clarence Hotel, cor. Yates and Douglas	
129 Michigan Street	
120 Vancouver Street	
Point Ellice Boat House	
126 Vancouver Street	
826 Caledonia Avenue 	
720 Heywood Avenue	
9 Johnson Street	
Osborne House, Cor. Pandora and Blanchard Street  ,
Osborne House, Cor. Pandora Street and Blanchard Street
Louvre Saloon, Johnson Street 	
729 Courtney Street 	
13 Francis Avenue	
15 Bellot Street	
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454 Superior Street ....
Esquimalt Road, North ^_mmmmm__mmmmmmmmmm_______mm___________M_mm
5 Esquimalt Road	
45 North Chatham Street 	
5 Pioneer Street	
59 Pandora Street 	
Rock Bay Hotel 	
106 Johnson Street	
43 View Street	
S. S. "Venture"	
36 Cadboro Bay Road 	
138 Blanchard Street   	
Bums Block, Bastion Street 	
10 Harbour Cottages, Store Street	
89 Henry Street 	
109 Pandora Avenue  	
104 View Street 	
104 View Street 	
Cherry Bank, Victoria Crescent 	
27 Government Street	
Osborne House, cor. Pandora and Blanchard Streets
Cor. Langford and Catherine Streets 	
22 Scoresby Street  	
56 Vancouver Street   	
26 Pioneer Street  	
Carberry Gardens  	
1288 Gladstone Avenue  	
22 Kane Street 	
Cor, Oak Bay Avenue and Foul Bay Road	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Druggist  .
Merchant  .
Tailor
Mariner  ..
Gentleman
Clerk 	
Laborer  ..
Teamster   .
Sailor   	
Carpenter
Steward  ..
Plasterer  .
Miner
Bookkeeper 	
Broker  	
Fisherman  	
Bank Clerk 	
Woodman 	
Carpenter   	
Marine Fireman ..
Ship's Carpenter .
Steamboatman  —
Carpenter   	
Accountant   	
Real Estate Agent
Side
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street .
314 Johnson Street  	
242 Fort Street 	
Dominion Hotel 	
65 King's Road	
1305 Government Street	
104 Fort Street 	
Cor. Oak and Jubilee Avenues
California  Hotel   	
Telegraph  Hotel   	
Orchard Street 	
Fireman   	
Butcher	
Marine Engineer —
Surgeon-Colonel 	
Carpenter   	
Teamster   	
Clerk   	
Law Student 	
Laborer  	
Decorator  	
Driver   	
Land Surveyor  	
Laborer  	
Fireman   	
Boilermaker's Helper
Jeweler   	
Bartender   	
Bookkeeper   	
Freight Clerk  	
Fisherman   	
Piano Agent	
Plater  	
Bank Clerk  	
Marine Fireman 	
Gentleman	
Gentleman   	
Seaman   	
Teamster   	
Laborer  	
Bookkeeper   	
Bank Clerk 	
Carpenter   	
Agent E. & N. Ry ...
Soda Water Mfr	
Retired   	
Grocer's Clerk	
Teamster	
Fireman   	
Freight Clerk  	
Engineer  	
Freight Clerk  	
Fur   Dealer   	
Tram Car Conductor
Barber   	
Laborer  	
Artist  	
Tram Car Conductor
Seaman  	
Seaman  	
Insurance Agent   —
News Agent  	
Chemist  	
Warrant Officer R. E.
Investor   	
Teamster   	
Fireman   	
Barrister-at-Law 	
Painter 	
Steamboatman   	
Salesman   	
Carpenter   	
Livery Stables Keeper
Clerk   	
Miner  	
Carpenter   	
Cook 	
Shoemaker   	
Prov. Police Officer ...
Longshoeinan 	
Fireman   	
Painter   	
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VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter.
CARMICHAEL, JOHN HENRY 	
CARROLL, SEBASTION CHARLES ..
CARROLL, WM. HENRY 	
CARTER, ALEXANDER 	
CARTER, JOHN WILLIAM 	
CARTER, RICHARD HENRY 	
CARTHEW, JOHN ALEXANDER 	
CECIL, HENRY 	
CHAFFER, JAMES CROSSLEY 	
CHAFFEY, EDWARD 	
CHESTER, ARNOLD 	
CHRISTENSEN, OLE 	
CHRISTOPHER, FRANK THOMAS ..
CHURCHILL, WILLIAM 	
CLARE, WILLIAM 	
CLARK, FRANK 	
CLARK, .JOHN   	
CLARK, JOSEPH 	
CLARK, LAWRENCE  	
CLARKE, FREDERICK ST. CLAIR ...
CLARKE, HARDNESS 	
CLARKE, NICHOLAS SHOULDICE ..
CLAY, REGINALD 	
CLAYTON, THOMAS FRANK	
CLEGG, BENJAMIN 	
CLEGG, JOHN PERDI 	
CLEMENT, FREDERICK ERNEST ...
CLUTE, ARTHUR HORACE 	
CLYDE, ARCHIBALD 	
CLYDE, EDWIN 	
COBAIN, JAMES	
COCHRANE, JAMES 	
COGHILL, JOHN 	
COLDWELL, GEORGE ALEXANDER
COLLINS, JOHN  	
COLLINS, JOHN GEROME 	
COLLIS, JOB WEST   	
COLQUHOUN, ARCH ALEX 	
CONKE, FRANK 	
CONNOCHIE, DANIEL 	
COOK, EARL NICHOLAS	
COOK, WILLIAM MATTHEW 	
COOPER, WALTER 	
COPE, JOSEPH HERBERT	
COPE, JOSEPH HERBERT	
, CORBET, JAMES BLAKELY 	
CORBET, JULIUS INCHES EVERET
COUSINS, JAMES 	
COWLEY, JOHN JOSEPH	
CRAWFORD, JAMES   	
CRAWFORD, JAMES   	
CREEDON, JOHN 	
CREGG, WILLIAM PATRICK	
CROFT, ROBERT	
CRONYN, VERCHOYLE FRANCIS ...
CROSSLEY, CHARLES JOHN  	
CRUICKSHANK, GEORGE 	
CRUICKSHANK, GEORGE 	
CRUISE, WILLIAM EDWARD 	
CULLIN, WILLIAM MARTIN 	
CULLIN, WILLIAM MARTIN	
CULLUM, WILLIAM ROBERT 	
CUMING, LAURENCE  	
CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT   	
CURCIO, CALOGRO 	
CURRIE, JOHN 	
CU-RTEIS, EDMUND CROFT	
CURTIS, ANDREW 	
CURTIS, PETER STRATIS 	
DAKIN, EGBERT LE ROY	
DALBY, JOHN A. VALENTINE ....
DALY, WILLIAM  	
DANIEL, CLARENCE BLACK	
DAVIES, HENRY EDWARD 	
DAVIES, JOHN 	
DAVIES, JOHN 	
DE FOE, EDWARD FRANKLIN
DICKIE, JAMES ALEXANDER 	
DICKINSON,  EDWIN   	
DICKINSON, GEORGE DURRANT .
DICKINSON, TOM 	
DISLER, CHARLES	
DIXON, ALFRED  	
DOAN, GEORGE ROWLAND 	
DOAN, GEORGE ROWLAND 	
DODDRELL, VICTOR 	
DODDS, FREDERICK WILLIAMS ..
DON, DAVID 	
DONKIN, GEORGE EDWARD 	
DONKIN, HARRY 	
DORIA, ANGELO  	
DOUGLAS, JAMES ANDREW	
DOWSE, WILLIAM ARTHUR	
DOYLE,  JAMES   	
DUDLEY, JOHN COLMAN	
DUFF, JAMES 	
DUMBLETON, HENRY 	
DUNCAN, ALEXANDER 	
DUNCAN, WILLIAM, S. D	
DUNCAN, WILLIAM WHITFIELD
DUNN, CHARLES HENRY	
DUNN, GEORGE IRONSIDES  	
DUPEN, WILLIAM LESLIE 	
DURHAM, ALEXANDER 	
DYSON, WILLIAM   	
EASTON, JAMES 	
EDWARDS, HENRY 	
EMERSON, PERCY JAMES ...
EMERY, GEORGE THOMAS ..
ESCALET, ERNEST 	
ESMOND, FREDERICK JOHN
EVANS, WILLIAM CHARLES
EVANS, WILLIAM EDWARD .
EWING, ARCHIBALD 	
FAHEY, THOMAS 	
FAHEY, JAMES EDWARD 	
FALCONER, DAVID 	
FARMER, DANIEL JAMES 	
FARMER, EDWARD 	
FAULKNER, HOWARD SPRAGGE
FEENEY, JOHN LAWRENCE	
FERGUSON, JOHN  HENRY   	
FERRIS,  NEIL FRANK  	
FINCH, SOMERSET ALFRED GEO.
FINLAYSON, GEORGE G	
FIRTH, HANSON  	
FISHER, ARTHUR GORDON 	
FITZGERALD, JOHN JOSEPH 	
FLANAGAN, PATRICK	
Residence
Orchard Street 	
52 Pandora Street  	
Headquarters Fire Dept	
l\V_\ Chatham Street 	
California Hotel 	
85 Fort Street  	
162 Menzies Street	
Dominion   Hotel   	
3 Luxton Avenue  	
Telegraph Hotel  	
134 Johnson Street	
134 Johnson Street	
2 Bay Street  *
65 Fourth Street	
36 Store Street 	
66 Second Street	
Queens Hotel	
25 Vancouver Street 	
571  Henry Street  	
Balmoral Hotel	
2 Stanley Avenue 	
136 Menzies Street 	
300 Dallas Road 	
Yates Street, Fire Hall 	
13 Humboldt Street 	
32 Rae Street 	
99 Quadra Street   	
Driard Hotel 	
"ji'6 Henry Street 	
28 Rock Bay Avenue 	
Empire Hotel 	
Occidental Hotel 	
Brunswick Hotel, Yates Street 	
Cor. Hereward St. and Old Esquimalt Road
St. Joseph's Hospital 	
72 Frederick Street 	
Beacon Street	
38 Simcoe Street 	
68 Pembroke Street 	
Colonial Hotel	
Occidental Hotel	
Clarence  Hotel  	
1726 Government Street   	
13  Humboldt Street  	
13  Humboldt Street  	
103 Carr Street 	
92 Simcoe Street 	
Victoria Hotel •<	
134 View Street 	
40 Belleville Street 	
Telegraph Hotel  	
15 Harrison Street 	
176 Yates Street  	
230 Yates Street 	
Elford Street, West Side 	
140 Joseph Street  	
876 Humboldt Street 	
716 Humboldt Street 	
Badminton Club, Gordon Street	
99 Toronto Street	
7 Princess Street 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
Burnes House, Bastion Street 	
Government House  (Street)   	
857 Johnson Street	
Empire Hotel 	
80 Pandora Street	
California  Hotel   	
Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
104 North Chatham Street 	
19 North Park Street	
Royal Hotel  	
Roccahella, Victoria Crescent 	
65 Michigan Street 	
38 Johnson Street   	
3  Humboldt Street  	
67 Superior Street 	
106 Fort Street 	
26 Henry Street  	
208 Moss Street 	
Brunswick Hotel, Yates Street 	
43 Humboldt Street 	
95 Quebec Street 	
1813 Oak Bay Avenue 	
1813 Oak Bay Avenue 	
f66 Government Street 	
80 Kane Street  	
Lighthouse Hotel, Store Street	
21  Bellot Street  	
Cor. Oak Bay Avenue and Belcher Street ...
70 Humboldt Street 	
Cameron's Farm (Beacon Hill) 	
169 Johnson Street 	
Grand Pacific Hotel   	
Room 6, Hartman's Cabins, Humboldt Street
Brunswick   Hotel   	
Rocklands, Rockland Avenue	
17 St. James Street 	
833 Johnson Street 	
6 Douglas Street	
California Hotel 	
Occidental Hotel 	
Royal Arms Hotel, Store Street 	
No. 4, Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
S. S. Venture  	
70'/2 Fort Street 	
142 Johnson  Street   	
8 Amelia Street 	
Brunswick  Hotel   	
Burns Block, Bastion Square .
Cor. Superior and Menzies Street
135  Douglas Street  	
73 Pembroke Street 	
175 Menzies Street	
133 Fisguard Street  	
90 Douglas Street 	
3 Grant Street  	
88 Douglas Street 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
Atlantic Hotel  	
Strand   Hotel   	
"Manor  House," Yates Street  ..
15 South Turner Street  	
Gordon Hotel 	
Angel Hotel 	
Powderly Avenue	
S.S. City of Nanaimo 	
55 Store Street 	
California Hotel, Johnson Street
Profession, Trade or Calling
Nature of Objection.
Miner 	
Musician   	
Bartender   	
Fireman 	
Musician	
Physician and Surveyor
Speculator	
Mining Engineer 	
Musician 	
Seaman	
Longshoreman   	
Fireman  	
Clerk 	
Farm Laborer 	
Cook	
Carpenter	
Shipwright	
Blacksmith 	
Iron Ship Worker	
Clerk   	
Grocer 	
Miner 	
Clerk 	
Fireman 	
Miner	
Clerk 	
Merchant 	
Bartender 	
Boilermaker 	
Boilermaker	
Engineer 	
Steamboat Fireman
Carpenter 	
Printer 	
Gardener 	
Miner	
Machinery Agent 	
Clerk and Salesman ...
Moulder 	
Painter	
Quartermaster	
Bridge Carpenter 	
Fireman	
Oiler 	
Oiler 	
Bank Clerk	
Bank  Teller   	
Shipwright	
Gentleman	
Com. Merchant	
Mining Engineer	
Steward	
Travelling Salesman ...
Com. Merchant 	
Accountant 	
Carpenter	
Joiner 	
Carpenter	
Gentleman	
Printer 	
Printer 	
Telephone Laborer
Photographer	
Footman	
Shoemaker	
Fireman	
Storekeeper 	
Fireman 	
Laborer	
Baptist Minister 	
Miner 	
Machinist 	
Accountant 	
Druggist   	
Boilermaker's Helper
Miner   	
Optician 	
Grocer   	
Moulder 	
Clerk 	
Painter    ,
Laborer  	
Hardware Merchant .
Builder	
Builder	
Sailor   	
Gardener  	
Fireman   	
Cutter 	
Broker   	
Miner  	
Gentleman   	
Steward  	
Longshoreman   	
Millman 	
Retired 	
Gentleman   	
Cabinet Maker 	
Waiter	
Com.   Traveller   	
Fireman 	
Hotelkeeper  	
Bartender   	
Laborer 	
Chief Steward 	
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Nurse  	
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Restaurantkeeper
Electrical Engineer ..
Hack Driver	
Driver	
Presbyterian Minister
Agent
Insurance
Bricklayer
Journalist 	
Tailor 	
Marine Engineer	
Fireman 	
Musician   	
Hack Proprietor	
Bank Clerk 	
Newspaper Proprietor
Seaman   	
Stonecutter 	
Fireman   	
Hotelkeeper 	
Longshoreman 	
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VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter.
FOOT, EDWARD CHARLES  	
FOOT, LEONARD 	
FORSYTH, ALEXANDER FINLAYSON
FOX, ALBERT JOHN  	
FOX, BEAUFOY HOWARD  	
FOX, GEORGE OSCAR M	
FUGL, ALFRED FEONELEY 	
FULCHER, ARTHUR 	
FULLAGER, LOUIS HENRY 	
FULLUM, EDWARD AUGUSTUS 	
FURNELL, CHARLES 	
FURNESS, WILLIAM HENRY	
GAIGER, GEORGE 	
GALBRAITH, ANGUS 	
GANNON, THOMAS FRANK 	
GARNETT, LOUIS ORMOND 	
GERRISH, ARTHUR	
GIBBONS, NEIL 	
GIBBS, JOSEPH 	
GIBSON, WILLIAM WALLACE ....
GIRAND, EVELYN HARVE B	
GIRLING, EPHRAIM 	
GOODCHILD, WM. MILD HOOPER
GOODMAN, JOHN 	
GOODRICH, EDGAR F	
GORDON, JAMES DOUGLAS H. ...
GOSLING, FRANK JOHN 	
GOUGH, FRED	
GRAHAM, ALLAN 	
GRAHAM, EDWARD ALEX	
GRAHAM, JOHN 	
GRAHAM, JOHN ANDREW 	
GRAHAM, CHARLES ROBERT 	
GRANT, GORDON FRASER 	
GRANT, JACOB 	
GRAVLIN, HARRY JACOB  	
GRAY, EDWARD WALKER 	
GRAYSON, ALBERT CRUTH 	
GREEN,  ABRAHAM   	
GREEN, FRANK 	
GREEN, GEO. ROBERT  	
GREEN, JOSEPH FORD	
GREEN, MORRIS 	
GREEN, ROBERT 	
GREENWOOD, GEORGE ROBERT .
GRESTOCK, HOWARD 	
GRIFFIN, WILLIAM JAMES 	
GRIFFITHS, EDWARD 	
GRIFFITHS, THOMAS 	
HALL, ROBERT 	
HALL, THOMAS BRIGHAM  	
HALL, WILLIAM NESBITT 	
HANBURY, JATRICK 	
HANN, JEM	
HARDIE, GORDON HENRY 	
HARDING, FREDERICK JAMES	
HARLOCK, WALTER HENRY 	
HARPER, HOWARD MEDLEY 	
HARPER, JOHN 	
HARRIS, ARTHUR 	
HARRIS, ROBERT  	
HARRISON,  JOHN   	
HARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY 	
HARTLING, ANGUS  	
HARTNAGLE, GUST AVE AUGUST ..
HARVEY, FRANCIS 	
HASKINS, EDWIN	
HAWORTH, FREDERICK W. B	
HAYNES, JOSEPH JAMES 	
HAYS, JOSEPH 	
HAZELTON, CHARLES STIRLING ...
HEATH, AUGUSTUS LIONEL  	
HEATH, JAMES   	
HEATHER, GUY GILLIAM 	
HEMMINGS, WILLIAM HENRY	
HENDREU, ALBERT  	
HENDRICKS, NICHOLAS HERMAN ..
HENLY, WILLIAM GREGORY 	
HERAPER, CHARLES 	
HERBERT, ROBERT JOHN  	
HERMER, HERBERT 	
HEWITT, JAMES THOMAS 	
HIGGINBOTTOM, GEORGE HENRY
HILL,  FREDERICK   	
HILL, JOHN EDWARD 	
HILL, JOHN EDWARD 	
HILL, ROBERT JOHN 	
HILL, THOMAS ROWLAND 	
HILL, WILLIAM 	
HILLYARD, JAMES 	
HILLYARD, SYDNEY 	
HINKSON, EVAN ALLEYNE 	
HISCOX, WALTER 	
HITCHENS, REGINALD ELLIOTT ...
HITT, FREDERICK GABRIEL 	
HITT, THOMAS GABRIEL 	
HODGINS, ADAIN  	
HODGES, WILLIAM THOMAS 	
HODGSON, GEORGE NELSON 	
HODGSON, SAMUEL BOOTH 	
HOFFMAN, PETER	
HOLDEN, BURTREN ALEXANDER ..
HOLDEN, FREDERICK CLARK 	
HOLDERNESS, CECIL ARTHUR 	
HOLLAND, JOSHUA 	
HOLMES, WILLIAM JAMES 	
HOLT, JAMES 	
HOMAN,  FREDERICK   	
HOPKINS, JOHN CASTELL	
HORNELL, JAMES   	
HORTH, CHARLES HENRY 	
HOWARD. GEORGE BOTSFORD ....
HOWAT, GEORGE 	
HOWE, ERNEST JOHN 	
HUBBARD,  FRANK   	
HUGHES, EDWARD  	
HUGHES, RICHARD 	
HULME, TOM 	
HULME, THOMAS 	
HUNT, WILLIAM EWART	
HURLEY, JOHN   	
HURST, BERTRAM HAWORTH  	
HUSON, ALDEN WESLEY 	
HUTBER, EDWARD 	
HUTCHERSON, WILLIAM  	
HYGH, ERNEST CHARLES  	
HYNES, FRANCIS 	
Residence
12 Belleville Street 	
12 Belleville Street 	
204 Superior Street 	
45 Menzies Street 	
828 Rae Street  	
828 Rae Street 	
"Roccahella," Victoria Crescent 	
Dominion Hotel, Yates Street	
Richmond Avenue (South Side)  	
Behring Sea Cabins, Discovery Street
29 Princess Avenue 	
48 Boyd Street 	
INNES, BURT 	
IREDALE, WILSON
314 Langford Street 	
56 Belleville Street 	
King's Head, Johnson Street 	
47 Bellot Street 	
Clarence Hotel 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street 	
362 Douglas Street  	
146 Clarence Street  	
Phipps Cottage, Oak Bay 	
52 King's Road 	
148 Fort Street  	
Angel Hotel, Langley Street 	
48 View Street 	
Yates Street (King Edward Hotel) .
Atlantic Hotel, Johnson Street 	
3 Humboldt Street  	
42 Vancouver Street 	
S.S. City of Nanaimo 	
32 Rae Street 	
Occidental Hotel 	
41 View Street	
Saanich Road 	
Brunswick Hotel, Douglas Street	
Hulton Street 	
113 Fisguard Street  	
43 Victoria Crescent  	
180 Cook Street  	
43 Humboldt Street 	
32 Rae Street 	
1250 Johnson Street 	
Osborne Hotel  	
Moss Street, South of Fairfield Road
23 Taunton Street   	
Royal Cafe, Fort Street 	
King Edward Hotel 	
98 North Pembroke Street 	
St. George's Hotel  	
1425 Store Street 	
69 Superior Street 	
207 Robertson Street 	
4 Humboldt Street 	
Occidental Hotel  	
3 Bridge Street 	
1 Humboldt Street	
333 Johnson Street 	
Burns House, Bastion Street 	
5 Humboldt Street  	
144 Chatham Street 	
95 Hillside Avenue 	
Osborne House, Pandora Street 	
90 Pandora Street	
Strand Hotel 	
Driard Hotel 	
Brunswick  Hotel   	
Cedar Hill Road, north side, near Cook Street 	
1602 Douglas Street 	
152 Johnson Street   	
California Hotel 	
23 Ellis Street 	
Frank's Cabins (next Rice Mills) 	
'95 Johnson Street 	
Windsor Hotel, corner Government and Courtney Streets
28 Mary Street 	
21 Bellot Street	
13 Niagara Street 	
"Cliff House," Clover Point 	
Inverness House, Pandora Street 	
5 Amelia Street  	
6 Bridge  Street   	
45 Quebec Street 	
49 Johnson Street 	
Corner Humboldt and McClure Streets 	
73  Henry Street   	
18 Third Street 	
203 Quebec Street 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street	
129 Fisguard Street  	
50 Alfred Street   	
50 Alfred Street   	
S.S. Princess May 	
Hereward Street	
Dredge Mudlock  	
Mary Street, off Esquimalt Road 	
Esquimalt Road, opposite Russell Station 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street 	
86 Store Street 	
256 Johnson Street 	
Burnes House, Bastion Street 	
6 Johnson Street   	
203 Douglas Street 	
95  Mears  Street   	
85 Yates Street 	
298 Dallas Road	
Esquimalt Road, north side  	
Colonial Hotel  	
6 Rae Street	
22 Quebec Street 	
14 Nortli Road, Spring Ridge 	
58 Princess Avenue 	
Strand Hotel 	
Steamer Danube 	
23 Grant Street  	
St. George's Inn 	
254 Johnson Street 	
18 Edmonton Road 	
Clarence Hotel 	
255 Johnson Street	
132 Johnson Street 	
Telegraph  Hotel   	
Russell Street, south of Esquimalt Road 	
Room 9, Collin's Building
Profession, Trade or Calling
Physician   	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Watchmaker   	
Mechanical Engineer
Accountant 	
Fur Buyer   .
Farmer  	
Barrister-at-Law
Trackman	
Barber	
Fireman	
Motorneer	
Miner 	
Horse Trainer	
Gentleman	
Hotel Clerk 	
Canneryman	
Surgeon 	
Real Estate Agent ...
Accountant 	
Clerk   	
Collector  	
Bricklayer 	
Laundryman	
Paper Maker 	
Freight   Clerk   	
Seaman 	
Accountant 	
Fireman 	
Clerk  	
Blacksmith's Helper .
Fireman 	
Marine Engineer	
Marine Fireman 	
Paper Hanger 	
Deckhand 	
Engineer	
Farmer	
Longshoreman  	
Commercial Traveller
Contractor	
Stationary Engineer .
Gardener 	
Boiler Maker 	
Clerk 	
Hardware Merchant ..
Carpenter 	
Saloon Keeper  	
Cook	
Assessor and Collector
Carpenter   	
Longshoreman   	
Fireman 	
Engineer	
Gardener  	
Marine Engineer 	
Carpenter	
Miner  	
Laborer  	
Laborer  	
Carpenter   	
Clerk	
Fireman 	
Hotel Manager 	
Clerk	
Laborer 	
Librarian	
Steward 	
Seaman 	
Teamster 	
Seaman	
Engineer	
Taxidermist	
Master Cooper 	
Clerk 	
Photographer	
Farmer	
Machinist	
Cutter	
6 Maynard's Cabins, Pandora Street
20 Pioneer Street 	
Esquimalt Road and E.
75 Menzies Street	
& N. Station
Everett's Exchange
107 Pandora Street
Reporter  	
Steamboatman 	
Boilermaker  	
Engineer	
Steward 	
Salesman 	
Teamster	
Driver	
Clerk 	
Clerk 	
Mariner	
Plumber 	
Seaman  	
Fireworks Manufacturer
Chemist	
Engineer  	
Stoker 	
Bookkeeper 	
Shoemaker	
Laborer	
Saloon Keeper 	
Clerk   	
Tailor	
Contractor	
Teamster 	
Teamster 	
Stable Foreman  	
Gentleman	
Laborer  	
Teamster 	
Hotel Keeper	
Seaman 	
Bookkeeper 	
Laborer	
Cook	
Longshoreman	
Miner	
Grocer 	
Teamster 	
Miner	
Insurance Agent 	
Miner	
Engineer	
Teamster 	
Brakeman   	
Carpenter 	
Nature of Objection
. Ceased
.Dead.
. Ceased
. Ceased
.Ceased
. Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
to reside in the District.
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to resjde
to reside
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in the
District.
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District.
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District.
District.
District.
District.
.Duplicate.
.Dead.
.Dead.
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
• Dead.
.Ceased to
.Duplicate.
. Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Ceased to
. Ceased to
. Ceased to
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.Dead.
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.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Dead.
• Ceased to
. Duplicate.
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.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Dead.
reside
reside
in the District,
in the District.
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reside
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in the District.
in the District,
in the District.
in the District,
in the District,
in the District,
in the District.
reside in the District.
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
Painter
None ..
..Dead.
..Ceased to reside
..Duplicate.
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Dead.
..Ceased to reside
..Duplicate.
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Dead.
..Ceased to reside
. .Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
. .Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Dead.
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Duplicate.
.. Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
..Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Dead.
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Dead.
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
.Ceased to reside
in the District,
in the District,
in the District,
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in the District.
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in the District,
in the District.
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.Ceased to reside in the District.
.Dead. 10
THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER x6, 1909
VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
IRELAND, JOHN
JACK, ALEXANDER	
JACKMAN, HENRY ISHAM 	
JACKS, WILLIAM 	
JACKSON, GEORGE  	
JACKSON, OLIVER 	
JACKSON, ROBERT EDWIN ....
JERGER, REGINALD 	
JAMIESON, JAMES ROBERT  ...
JAVIS, SYDNEY 	
JEEVES,  ERNIE   	
JEEVES, FRED. EPHRIAM 	
JEFFS, THOMAS 	
JENKINS, GEORGE 	
JENKINSON, HENRY 	
JENKINSON, ROBERT 	
JENSEN, JOHN PETER 	
JOHNSON, JOHN ABERT 	
JOHNSON, LIONEL CAMPBELL
JOHNSON, WILLIAM 	
JOHNSON,  CHARLES  	
JONES, ALBERT EDWARD 	
JONES, CHARLES OLDBERRY  .
JONES, GEORGE FREDERICK ..
JONES, WALKER 	
JONES, WILLIAM  	
JONES, WILLIAM  	
JONES, WILLIAM  	
JONES, WILLIAM HERBERT ...
JORDAN, WILLIAM  	
JOST, JAMES STANLEY  	
JOYCE, GEORGE* NELSON 	
KELLY, ANDREW  	
KELLY, GEORGE 	
KELLY, ROBERT LINDEN 	
KELLY, SAMUEL LEON  	
KELLY, WILLIAM JOSEPH	
KEOWN, JAMES HENRY  	
KERNOHAN, JAMES 	
KERR, GEORGE JOSEPH 	
KING, RICHARD BERTRAM ....
KING, WILLIAM 	
KING, WILLIAM HENRY 	
KINGSLEY, ARTHUR BRADY ...
KNIGHT, ANSON  	
KNOTT, HORACE JAMES 	
KNOTT, WALLACE JOHN 	
KOELLE, HERMAN HARVEY V.
KUNZ, EMIL BENJAMIN  	
LAIRD, JAMES ALFRED	
LAKIN, ERNEST AUGUSTUS 	
LAMB, HAROLD MORTIMER 	
LAMBERTON, WALTER HUGH 	
LANCASTER, ISADOR MICHAEL	
LANDERWAY, JAMES WM	
LANDSBOROUGH, ALEX. AVERILL
LANGDON, KENNETH 	
LANGSLOW, JOHN OWEN  	
LA PLANTE, JOHN PIUS 	
LATIMER, LAWRENCE BRUCE 	
LAW, HARRY SIMMONDS 	
LAW, ROBERT KEATINGS 	
LAWN, JAMES 	
LAWRENCE, JOHN WM	
LAWRENCE, JOHN WM	
LAWSON, CHARLES ALFRED 	
LAWSON,  GAVIN   	
LAWSON, JOHN  	
LEA, ROWLAND 	
LEAHY, JOHN 	
LEAHY, ROBERT ANDREW 	
LEAHY, WILLIAM JOHN 	
LEAVITT, HENRY WARREN 	
LEE, THOMAS CAMPBELL 	
LEFEVRE, CHARLES   	
LEONARD, FRANCIS HENRY 	
LE PAGE, SAMUEL 	
LEWIS. WILLIAM LAMPLEIGH 	
LIDGATE, FREDERICK ALEX	
LIDSTON, THOMAS 	
LINN, CHARLES SAMUEL 	
LITTLE, JOHN THOMAS  	
LITTLEBACK, FRANK  	
LOGIE, DAVID 	
LONGHURST, JARVES 	
LOSSE, ROBERT BURNE 	
LOWLE, FRANCIS FRED. WM	
LUCAS, MELVILLE FRANKLIN 	
LUCKEY, CHARLES 	
LUKER, EDGAR, CARL LEOPOLD ..
48 Michigan Street 	
125 Quadra Street 	
13 Cedar Hill Road 	
99 Fort Street 	
95 North Park Street  	
The Hermitage," corner Richardson and Moss Streets.
99 Quadra Street 	
36 Bridge Street 	
195 Yates Street  	
65 First Street  	
129^ Douglas Street 	
|8 Cedar Hill Road 	
135 Menzies Street 	
96 Fort Street  	
Jubilee Hospital 	
124 Yates Street 	
100 Quadra Street 	
6 Edmonton Road  	
North Side McClure St., near Humboldt Street	
California Hotel 	
Clarence Hotel 	
Cor. Discovery and Blanchard Streets 	
I44 Pembroke Street  	
50 Yates Street	
Work Street, corner of Bridge Street	
Work Street, corner of Bridge Street	
9 Pioneer Street 	
St. George's Hotel, Esquimalt Road 	
Empire Hotel, 38 Johnson Street 	
Room 67, Five Sisters Block 	
24  Duchess Street   	
Residence
42 Bridge Street
Steamer "Josemite"   	
86 North  Pembroke  Street   	
go Pandora Street 	
203 Superior Street 	
I26J-4 Oswego Street 	
180 Douglas Street	
Brunswick Hotel	
135 Pandora  Street 	
112 Pandora Avenue 	
46 Frederick Street 	
(9 Bodwell Street 	
Si  Fort Street  	
202 Fort Street	
19 Harrison Street  	
Ida Street, between N. Pembroke and William Streets.
227 Johnson Street	
123 North Park Street 	
108 Menzies Street ■	
153 Montreal Street 	
"Dilkusha," Pemberto" Road 	
Skinner Street, Victoria West  	
166 Yates Street  	
45 Blanchard Street 	
Dredge Mudlark	
25 Parry Street 	
W. C. T. U., Yates Street 	
51 St. Lawrence Street 	
127 Government Street	
35 Rae Street 	
Oak Bay Avenue, cor. Amphion Street 	
gyi Wallace Street  	
368 Johnson Street	
302 Pandora Street 	
243 Johnson Street	
S.S. City of Nanaimo 	
220 Douglas Street  	
'Roccahella," Victoria  Crescent   	
109 Pandora Street 	
75 Menzies Street  	
to6 Fort Street 	
2126 Spring Road 	
Clarence Hotel 	
19 Rae Street  	
S. S. Venture 	
Superior St., near Birdcage Walk 	
Brunswick   Hotel   	
67  First  Street   	
32 Edmonton Road 	
Cabin, cor. Humboldt and Blanchard Street.
24 Rae Street  	
56 Pembroke Street 	
i42^2 Bridge Street 	
36 South Park Street 	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Teamster
Gentleman	
Storekeeper 	
No Occupation	
Laborer 	
Tinsmith	
Barrister-at-Law ...
Bookkeeper 	
Master Mariner  ...
Teamster 	
Blacksmith 	
Marine Engineer ...
Painter 	
Sailor	
Gardener	
Steward 	
Miner 	
Theatrical Manager
Ins. Solicitor 	
Laborer	
Longshoreman	
Rancher	
Conductor 	
Laborer	
Butcher 	
Seaman  	
Seaman  	
Auctioneer 	
Laborer  	
Sealer 	
Electrician  	
Steamboatman	
Coal Passer ..,
Laborer	
Carpenter 	
Retired 	
Longshoreman
Driver 	
Gentleman
Cabinet Maker .
Com. Agent ...
Laborer	
Packer 	
Clerk 	
Manufacturer .,
Supt. Loan Co.
Minister 	
Banker 	
Electrician .'...
372 Johnson  Street
59 Heywood Avenue
I91   Fort   Street   	
44 Pembroke Street ..
26 Humboldt Street  .
Merchant 	
Driver	
Journalist	
Preserve Maker ...
Merchant 	
Laborer	
Sailor	
Teacher	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Real Estate Agent
Grocer   	
Ironmoulder 	
Carpenter 	
Clerk  	
Salesman	
Engineer	
Oiler 	
Driver	
Mine Owner 	
Miner	
Carpenter   	
Miner	
Powder Maker ...
Gentleman 	
Steward	
Seaman	
Fish Dealer 	
Mariner  	
Clerk 	
Laborer 	
Seaman	
Secy Y. M. C. A.
Laborer	
Steamboatman
Retired	
Clerk	
Clerk	
Physician 	
Seaman	
Car Conductor ...
McALPINE,  FREDERICK     Rock Bay Hotel
McAULAY, ARCHIBALD MUIR   7 Scoresby Street
McBRADY, JOHN HERBERT   44 Rae Street
McBRIDE, JAMES   -- «|—
McBRIDE, JOHN WALKER 	
McBURNIE, HARRY  	
McCALLUM, JOHN
McCARNEY, JAMES AUGUSTUS
McCXRROLL, JOHN	
McCarthy, michael j	
McCLUSKY, WALLACE GREER .
McCOWBIE, WILLIAM 	
McCORMICK, ANGUS 	
McCOSKRIE,  EDWARD   	
McCREA, LORENZO  	
McDONALD, ANGUS CHARLES .
McDONALD JOHN DAVID 	
McDonnell, harry	
Mcdowell, joseph 	
MacFARLANE, THOS. FLEMING
McGILLVRAY, ANGUS 	
McGREGOR, MALCOLM WM	
MrCREGOR,  PETER  L	
McGUIRE, ELISHA TURTLOTTE
MclNTOSH, THOMAS  	
McKAY, HORATIO LOW 	
MACKAY, JOHN   	
MACKAY JOHN CAMPBELL ....
McKAY, JOHN HARRIS 	
MrKENDRY.   THOMAS   	
McKENZIE, COLIN CAMPBELL .
MACKENZIE, HUGH BLAIR  ....
McKENZIE, THOMAS 	
MACKIE, WILLIAM	
McKINNON, MICHAEL -•-••••■••
ScWNNOrf MICHAEL JAMES
_.onore Hotel  	
97 Toronto Street 	
Old Esquimalt Road 	
53 San Juan Avenue  	
Horseshoe Saloon  	
Osborne  House  	
19 Johnson Street 	
1034 Burdette Avenue  	
71  David Street  	
Balmoral   Hotel   	
354 Dallas  Road  	
Cor. Pandora and Douglas Streets
127 Cormorant Street  	
22 Store  Street   	
Empire Hotel  	
Grand  Pacific   Hotel   	
Clarence Hotel 	
45!^ View Street 	
175 Chatham Street  	
2 View Street, McGregor Block .
4 Erie Street   	
Colonial  Hotel   	
5 Cameron Street   	
-jo Fisguard Street  	
171 Johnson Street. Room 5 	
32 Rae Street  	
Burnes House, Bastion Square ...
r 19 Fort Street  	
27 Labouchere Street 	
224 Catherine Street 	
Telegraph   Hotel   	
59 Henry Street 	
59 Henry Street 	
50 Henry Street
McKINNON', RODERICK THOS ..-. ^.^
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Ship Carpenter  	
Painter 	
Salesman  	
Fireman 	
Carpenter 	
Ship Carpenter 	
Clerk 	
Bartender	
Driver	
Longshoreman
Carpenter 	
Factory Foreman ..
Hotel  Agent   	
Master Mariner
Saloon Keeper  	
Carpenter 	
Longshoreman 	
Marine Engineer  ..
Marine Fireman  ...
Merchant 	
Drayman	
Musician  	
Real Estate Agent
Marine Engineer  ..
Sailor 	
Mariner   	
Carpenter	
Carpenter 	
Clerk 	
Bookkeeper 	
Electrician 	
Bank Manager	
Farmer	
Laborer	
School Teacher 	
Laborer	
Sealer 	
Blacksmith   	
Telegraph Clerk ..
Nature of Objection.
. Ceased to reside in the District.
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Dead.
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
. Duplicate.
.Duplicate.
.Ceased to
. Ceased to
.Dead.
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
. Duplicate.
.Duplicate.
. Duplicate.
. Ceased to
.Ceased to
.Dead.
.Ceased to
.Ceased to
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District.
reside in the District
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
reside
in the
in the
in the
in the
in the
in the
in the
in the
in the
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
.Dead.
. Ceased
.Dead.
.Dead.
. Ceased
. Ceased
. Ceased
. Ceased
.Ceased
• Ceased
.Ceased
. Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Dead.
. Dead.
.Dead.
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
. Ceased
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.Ceased
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. Ceased
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. Ceased
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. Ceased
. Dead.
• Ceased
. Ceased
• Ceased
.Ceased
.Dead.
. Dead.
. Ceased
.Ceased
. Dead.
. Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Dead.
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
.Ceased
to reside in the District.
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
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to reside
to reside
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to reside
to reside
to reside
to reside
n the District,
n the District.
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District,
n the District.
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in the
in the
District.
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District.
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District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
District.
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to reside in the District,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.,
to reside in the District,
to reside in the District.
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reside in
reside in
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reside in
reside in
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reside in
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reside in
reside in
reside in
reside in
reside in
the District,
the District,
the District
the District,
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the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District,
the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District,
reside in the District,
reside in the District.
reside in the District. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
11
VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
Residence
Profession, Trade or Calling
Nature of Objection.
McLATCHIE, WILLIAM NEILL  	
McLEAN, MALCOLM  	
McLEAN,  STEWART   	
McLEOD, ALLAN  	
McLEOD, JAMES   	
MacLEOD, SAMUEL JAMES  	
McMARTIN, GLENN DAVID  	
McMUNN, JAMES FRANCIS  	
McNAUGHTON, DUNCAN 	
McNeill, daniel 	
mcniffe, charles irvine 	
McPHEE, DONALD  	
McSWEENEY, JOHN 	
McTAVISH, DONALD  	
McTAVISH, DUNCAN DOUGLAS 	
McWILLIAMS, THOMAS  	
MADDEN, LARRY 	
MADDEN, ROBERT GEORGE 	
MAIRS, CHARLES WALTER 	
MAJOR, WILLIAM 	
MANSON, JAMES SINCLAIR 	
MARSHALL, JOHN  	
MARTIN, ANDREW CHRISTIAN 	
MARTIN, GEORGE WM	
MARTIN, JOHN 	
MARTIN, WILLIAM JOHN 	
MARTINDALE, HENRY CLINTON ....
MARTINDALE, THOMAS WHARTON
MARWICK, ROBERT  	
MASON, GEORGE EDWARD 	
MASON, ROBERT WILLIAM 	
MASSA,  JOSEPH   	
MASTERS, THOMAS 	
MALYLE, HENERY MERTYN 	
MEINERT, ALFRED JAMES 	
MELBERG,  ROBERT   	
MELLIAN, WILLIAM 	
MELROSE, FRED. WILLIAM 	
MENNIE. JOHN TURNBULL  	
MERCER, WILLIAM HENRY 	
METCALF, CHARLES 	
MICHAEL, JOHN ALEX	
MICHAELIS, GUSTAVE 	
MIDDLETON, BERTRAM 	
MIDDLETON, HERBERT BEN 	
MIDDLETON, GORDON LORNE H. ...
MIDDLETON, JAMES   	
MILLER, ANDREW SAMUEL	
MILLER, CHARLES SEPTIMUS 	
MILLER,  DAVID   	
MILLER, HARLEY D	
MILLER, MANSON HENRY  	
MILLER, LOUIS 	
MILLER, WILLIAM THOMAS 	
MILNE, HUGH	
MILNE, REGINALD CHAS. E	
MILTON, JOHN WALTER	
MINCHIN, GEORGE MELVILLE 	
MITCHELL, JOHN  DEWAR  	
MOBERLY, FRANK 	
MOBERLY, GEORGE 	
MOORE, GEORGE RICHARD 	
MOORE, WILLIAM  	
MORAN, PETER JOSEPH  	
MORLEY, WILFRED JOHN	
MORRIS, FREDERICK GEORGE 	
MORRISON, GEORGE GUY 	
MORRISON, WILLIAM JAMES 	
MOUNCEY, WILLIAM JAMES 	
MOWAT, ROBERT 	
MUHRER, FRANK	
MUIR, DAVID HODGE 	
MULLEN, WILLIAM   	
MUNROE, ROBERT DUNCAN  	
MURPHY, JAMES ERNEST 	
MURPHY,   PATRICK   	
MURRAY, HARRY WHITFORD 	
MURRAY, JAMES 	
MURRAY, JOHN  	
MURRAY,  MARSHALL	
MURRAY, WILLIAM	
NASH, FRANCIS	
NEAL, ARCHIE DEVILLE 	
NELSON,  EDWARD   	
NELSON,  JOSEPH   	
NELSON, NELS PETER 	
NELSON,   RICHARD   	
NETHERBY, STEPHEN BRITTAIN  ..
NETHERBY, WILLIAM ALBERT 	
NEWBIGGING, JAMES HENRY 	
NEWSOME, HENRY 	
NEWTON, SYDNEY, ALBERT P	
NEWTON, WILLIAM 	
NEY, JOHN WESLEY  	
NICHOLAS, ELIAS 	
NICHOLS, WILFRED 	
NICHOLSON, SAMEUL HEATH 	
NIXON, FRANK 	
NIXON, HERBERT  	
NOBBS, ARTHUR RICHARD 	
NORRIS, JOHN THOMPSON 	
NOWELL, RICHARD 	
NOYE, JOHN   	
NOYE, THOMAS 	
NURSE, THOMAS OLDMEADOW  ....
O'BRIEN, JAMES  	
O'BRIEN, THOMAS 	
O'DAY, MICHAEL 	
O'DELL, SEYMOUR HASTINGS 	
O'FARRELL, HENRY PERCY  	
OGDEN, JAMES DAVID 	
OGDEN. NELSON REABURN 	
OGILVIE, JOHN  	
O'KEEFE, MICHAEL  	
O'LEARY, JOHN 	
O'LEARY, WILLIAM   	
OLSEN. CARL 	
OLSEN, LOUIS 	
OLSEN, PETER ANDREW 	
O'NEILL, EDWARD 	
ORMOND, GEORGE 	
ORMOND. JOSEPH  	
ORTEGO. FRED 	
O'SHEA. DANIEL 	
OVERELL, CHARLES HERBERT 	
OWEN, WILLIAM GASKELL 	
PADDON. WILLIAM FRANCIS LOCKE
PALMER. EDWARD 	
PANKHURST. ALEX. HINKLY 	
110 Johnson Street  	
Colonial Metropole Hotel 	
Occidental  Hotel   	
7 Alfred Street 	
Empire Hotel  	
King Edward Hotel  	
100 Pandora Avenue  	
718 Johnson Street 	
Cor. Edmonton Road and Charles Street
46 Herald Street 	
93 Cormorant Street  	
18 Erie Street   	
177 Douglas Street 	
Stanley Avenue, near Pandora Avenue....
11 Heywood Avenue  	
io6j4 Yates Street  	
Blacksmith	
Miner	
Carpenter   	
Miner 	
Nurseryman 	
Insurance Agent	
Barber	
Artist	
Contractor	
Boilermaker's Helper
Booking Agent 	
Ship Carpenter 	
Grocer 	
Retired	
Clerk  	
Cook 	
5 Pioneer Cabins, Store Street 	
42^ Bridge Street 	
17 Spring Road  	
St. Charles Street, near Fairfield Road 	
57 View Street 	
Queens  Hotel   	
James Street, near Esquimalt Road	
24 Rupert Street   	
Rear 33 Chatham Street 	
Western Hotel	
37 Birdcage Walk 	
66 Kome Street 	
18 Niagara Street 	
151 Richardson Street 	
Amphion Street 	
43 Humboldt Street 	
56 Pandora Street 	
D. G. S. Quadra 	
112 Johnson Street	
139 Pandora Street	
823 Cormorant Street 	
28 Farquhar Street 	
Colonial Hotel   	
Brunswick Hotel 	
77 Discovery Street  	
221 Cook Street 	
221 Elliott Street  	
197 Chatham Street  ,	
Cor. Mary and Edward Street	
1138 Johnson Street 	
197 Chatham Street 	
15 Chatham Street (Room 33) 	
1 South Park Street 	
99 Douglas Street 	
158 Chatham Street 	
Telegraph Hotel  	
43 Humboldt Street 	
Balmoral Hotel  	
Earle St., between St. Charles and Fernwood Road	
The Badminton Club 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
220 Johnson Street	
ti2-Johnson Street 	
277 Yates Street 	
277 Yates Street	
Rockland Avenue, near Oak Bay Ave	
13 Milne Street  	
50 Yates Street 	
50 Alfred Street	
Cor. Craigflower and Russell Streets 	
1141 Fort Street  	
California Hotel   	
Driard  Hotel   	
46 Cadboro Bay Road	
California Hotel 	
1  South  Park Street	
166 Johnson Street 	
Cherry Bank, Victoria Crescent 	
Queens Hotel	
Empire Hotel  	
6 Amelia Street  	
36 Kane Street 	
No. Cabin, cor. Humboldt Street and Blanchard Street.
47 View Street 	
16 North Park Street 	
Fireman 	
Engineer	
Carpenter	
Gentleman	
Tailor 	
■ _ ;*.;•).enter	
Com. Merchant 	
M '-er	
Longshoreman   	
Shipwright  	
Painter  	
Financial Agent	
Miller	
Accountant	
Chemist 	
Laborer 	
Carpenter   	
Seaman	
Fireman  	
Seaman 	
Conductor	
Mariner 	
Accountant	
Tallyman 	
Electrician   	
Baker	
Merchant  	
Carpenter 	
Conductor	
Bookkeeper 	
Carpenter	
Laborer 	
Druggist	
Car Conductor	
Telephone Inspector .
Seaman 	
Seaman 	
Provincial Manager   .
Carpenter 	
Student at Law 	
Seaman	
Lineman  	
Hackdriver	
Civil Engineer  	
Sailor	
Salesman 	
Carpenter	
Plumber  ;..
Barber	
Painter 	
Bank Clerk	
Laborer	
Real Estate Agent  ..
Grocer 	
Seaman	
Bookkeeper	
Laborer 	
Merchant	
Civil Engineer 	
Boilermaker's Helper
Blacksmith   	
Miner  	
Fireman	
Wheelwright	
Blacksmith	
32^2 Government Street    No Occupation ..
Empire Hotel    Electro Plater ...
Occidental Hotel   Seaman	
Clarence  Hotel     Laborer  	
Western Hotel   Longshoreman  ..
22 Kane Street   Longshoreman  ..
142 Chatham Street   School Inspector
142 Chatham Street    Clerk
US Quadra Street
54 Pandora Street 	
D. G. S. Mudlark 	
6 Labouchere Street 	
Upper Pandora Street  	
88 Vining Street  	
9 Erie Street  	
in  Superior Street   	
152 Chatham Street 	
13 Humboldt Street 	
Oak Bay Avenue, near Haughton Street
175 Douglas Street  	
Empire .Hotel  	
110 Johnson Street 	
110 Johnson Street 	
Empire Hotel, Johnson Street 	
N. E. Corner Pandora and Douglas Streets
423 Bridge Street  	
126 Yates Street 	
Balmoral Hotel   	
74 Cook Street  	
58 North Park Street 	
119 Blanchard Street 	
Coach and  Horses  Hotel  	
122 Yates Street 	
S. S. Danube 	
57 Third Street	
40 Kane Street 	
Telegraph Hotel 	
88 Pembroke Street  	
Occidental   Hotel   	
S. S. "Princess May" 	
California Hotel 	
1017 Burdette Ave 	
California Hotel 	
109 Blanchard Street 	
1023 North Park Street 	
Boilermaker	
Surveyor's Assistant
Seaman	
Clergyman 	
Real Estate Agent ..
Laborer	
Miner	
Traveller 	
Longshoreman 	
Bookkeeper  	
Bookkeeper  	
Tinsmith  	
Marine Fireman
Miner  	
Miner   	
Electrician   	
Fireman  	
Labourer  	
Labourer  	
Gentleman   	
Prospector   	
Car Conductor	
Wholesale Clerk 	
Miner   	
Contractor and Builder
Seaman   	
Master Mariner  	
Clerk   	
Sealer 	
Colourmaker   	
Fireman   	
Steward   	
Fireman S.S. "Danube" .
Labourer   	
Fireman  	
Machinist   	
Oiler   	
Carberry Gardens (North Side)     Clergyman
Union Club    Gentleman
171 Johnson Street   Painter ...
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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER i6, 1909
VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT—Continued
Christian Name and Surname of Voter
PAPA, VONGALIA 	
PARKER, GEORGE  	
PARKER, HENRY BROOKS 	
PARKER, JOHN 	
PATTERSON. EDWARD  	
PATTISON, JOHN WILLIAM 	
PATTON, PATRICK 	
PENDRAY, ERNEST CARTHEW ..
PENKETH, GEORGE WILLIAM ..
PENKETH, GEORGE WILLIAM  ..
PENKETH, RICHARD  	
PICKLES, FRED  	
PIGOTT. JAMES RICHARD 	
PILGRIM. JAMES  	
PINKERf ON, JAMES H	
PLOWRIGHT, WILLIAM GEORGE
POFF. JOHN HAROLD 	
POLLARD. ERNEST 	
POLLEY. ROBERT CLIFFORD ....
POLLOCK, RODERICK	
POOLE, WALTER 	
POPE, WILLIAM FORBES CAREY
POTTINGER. JAMES	
POTTS, CLAYTON WILBERT	
POTTS, GEORGE GERALD 	
POWELL, CHARLES GRIFFITHS .
POWELL, LEWIS SMITH 	
POWELL. ROBERT BRANKS 	
POWER. GERALD WILLIAM 	
PRESTON, THOMAS GEORGE ....
PRIOR, BASIL GAWLOR 	
PRIOR. JESSE ROBERT 	
PROCTOR. HARRY SEWELL	
PROCTOR. SIDNEY HERBERT ....
PROUT, WILLIAM  	
RAESIDE, WILLIAM 	
RAMLOSE, EMIL 	
RAMOUS, HENRY   	
RAMOUS. SAMUEL 	
RAMOUS. WILLIAM 	
RANDOLPH, JOHN JOSEPH 	
RANSFORD, CHARLES HENRY G.
RAPER, ARNOLD OWEN 	
RATCLIFFE, JOSEPH 	
RAUSCH. JULIUS FRANCIS	
REED. ALFRED STEPHEN 	
REECE,  WILLIAM   	
REID, JAMES 	
REID, ROBERT  	
REID, WILLIAM BENNETT  	
RENNY, HUGH 	
REUTER, EDWARD 	
RICHARDS, JOSEPH 	
ROACH, GEORGE 	
ROARKE, WILLIAM CHARLES ...
ROBERTS, JOHN  	
ROBERTS, THOMAS DYER 	
ROBERTSON, GEORGE 	
ROCHON, ADOLPHE	
ROCHON, FRANCIS	
RODGETT, CHARLES   	
RODGETT, JESSE 	
RODGERS, PETER 	
ROPER,  DELBERT	
ROSE, JAMES	
ROSE, SYDNEY 	
ROSS, DANIEL 	
ROSS,  MURDOCK   	
ROSS, NEIL  	
ROSS,  PHILIP  	
ROWDEN, NATHAN 	
ROWE, ELLIOTT SPROULE 	
ROWNTREE, JAMES MELVIN ....
ROYDS, CLEMENT 	
RUSSELL, WILLIAM  	
RUSSWURM, WILLIAM LAYE
SALTER, DONALD 	
SANDELL, ARDWELL NEWTON   	
SANDERS, CHARLES 	
SANDERS, CHARLES WILLIAM 	
SANDIFORD, WILLIAM HENRY 	
SARANTIS, TRIANLAFILOS P	
SCALING, HENRY  DRUB	
SCHAUB, HENRY 	
SCHOLES, RICHARD ALBERT 	
SCHWABE, VINCENT H	
SCOTT, CECIL WRAY 	
SCOTT. GEORGE 	
SCOTT, WALLACE FREDERICK 	
SEA, SAMUEL, JUNR	
SEABROOK, BAGSTER ROADS 	
SEGUIN, JOSEPH  EVERETT  	
SEIBEY, GEORGE  	
SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM BRIERLEY
SHANNON, HENRY 	
SHAW, GEORGE CHESTER 	
SHEARER, JAMES RONALD 	
SHEATHER, AUSTIN HERB. A	
SHEPHERD, FRANK JAMES 	
SHERBURN, SAMUEL 	
SHERWEM, RICHARD HENRY  	
SHIELD, REGINALD  	
SHELL1NGLAW, WM. WATSON 	
SHOEBRIDGE, WALTER 	
SIMMONDS, JOHN CHARLES  	
SIMON. JAMES  	
SiMPSON, GEO. LAWRENCE 	
SIMPSON, GEORGE YALE	
SIMPSON. PHILIP BLYTHE	
SINCLAIR, JOHN EDWARD 	
SLOAN, ROBERT 	
SMALL, PETER FRANCIS 	
SMITH,  ALEXANDER   	
SMITH, ALEXANDER FAIRNEY  	
SMITH, FRED. MEREDITH B	
SMITH, FREDERICK NAPIEZ  	
SMITH, ROBERT GILLON  	
SMYTH, WILLIAM  	
SOLOMON, ARTHUR 	
SPEARMAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM 	
SPEDDING,  HARRY  	
SPENCER, NORMAN FRANCIS 	
SPINK,  HARRY  	
SPRINGETT, ARTHUR RICHARD  	
ST\RK, JAMES LOCKHART 	
ST. CLAIR, ROBERT 	
STEELE, DANIEL	
STEELE, GEORGE 	
STEPHENS, JOHN CROSSMAN 	
STEVENS, GEORGE  	
STEVENS, GEORGE DANIEL	
Residence
Profession, Trade or Calling
Nature of Objection.
408 Herald Street 	
California Hotel  	
87 Fort Street 	
2g Johnson Street 	
203 Esquimalt Road  	
162 Government Street  	
Occidental Hotel 	
92 Belleville Street	
135 Quadra Street	
135 Quadra Street	
135 Quadra Street	
13 Humboldt Street  	
Queen's Hotel 	
54 John Street. Rock Bay 	
Klondike Hotel 	
1116 Yates Street  	
Vernon Hotel  	
1013 Blanchard Street 	
Rock Bay Hotel 	
25 Princes Avenue 	
California Hotel 	
107 John Street  	
"Hillside," King's Road 	
88 Pandora Avenue	
20 Russell Street 	
Invertavish Nursery, Park Road 	
74 North Chatham Street 	
"Oakdene," Burdette Avenue	
160 Fort Street 	
Clarence Hotel 	
"The Priory,"' Pemberton Road 	
246 Fort Street 	
1036 Burdette Avenue  	
Corner Johnson and Vancouver Streets
Windsor Hotel, Government Street	
23 Harbour Cottages  	
Edward Street, between Russell and Mary Streets 	
134 Fort Street 	
13 Oriental Alley 	
145 Fort Street 	
1 Princess Street 	
Clarence Hotel.	
Colonial Metropole Hotel  	
135 Douglas Street	
168 Fort Street 	
The Cecil Hotel	
36 Superior Street 	
54 Fourth Street  	
1134 Caledonia Avenue 	
Strand Hotel 	
171 Johnson Street	
Rusta's Cabins, Store Street 	
129 Fort Street 	
109 Blanchard Street 	
273 Johnson Street	
Telegraph Hotel 	
119 Blanchard Street 	
23 Erie Street 	
45 View Street 	
45 View Street 	
(Room 5. 752'Humboldt Street 	
76 Humboldt Street 	
Edmonton Rd., between Chambers St. and Cedar Hill Rd,
Empire Hotel	
18 St. Louis Street	
59 St. Lawrence Street  	
Colonial Hotel 	
221 Cook Street  	
45^ View Street 	
81  Humboldt Street 	
5 Green Street	
91  Blanchard Street  	
1034 Burdette Avenue 	
291  Yates Street  	
Strand  Hotel	
21 Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
Fisherman   	
Fireman  	
Labourer   	
Bartender   	
Clerk   	
Motorman   	
Labourer  	
Soapmaker   	
Boilermaker   	
Boilermaker   	
Boilermaker   	
Labourer  	
Bottler   	
Boilermaker   	
Logger  	
Music Teacher ...
Insurance Agent .
Sailor   	
Brakeman   	
Tinsmith   	
Steamboatman  ...
Stationer   	
Farmer 	
Tailor  	
Physician   	
Gardener  	
Moulder 	
Private Secretary
Accountant	
Miner   	
Clerk 	
Miner  	
Salesman  	
Clerk 	
Hotel   Keeper   ...
Labourer  	
Seaman   	
Pipe Repairer ...
Sailor   	
Teamster 	
Printer  	
Clerk 	
Longshoreman ..
Teamster  	
Grocer   	
Gentleman   	
Labourer   	
Tea Merchant ...
Accountant  	
Bartender   	
Laborer    	
Fireman   	
Saloon Keeper ..
Watchman  	
Cigarmaker   ....
Marine Fireman
Motorman 	
Fisherman 	
Lithographer   ...
Confectioner
Laborer   	
Cigarmaker 	
Bricklayer 	
Sealer 	
Drayman  	
Hackman   	
Seaman   	
Baker   	
Salesman   	
Laborer  	
Laborer   	
Clergyman   	
Contractor   	
M.-ister Mariner .
Fireman  	
Fireman 	
Telegraph  Hotel  	
52 King's Road 	
Cabin No. 5, View Street  	
8 Humboldt Street  	
292 Richmond Avenue 	
101 Johnson Street 	
54 Discovery Street 	
7 Pendray's Cabins, Humboldt Street  	
Brunswick  Hotel  	
St. Charles Street, W. side, Rockland Ave.
Brunswick Hotel  	
73 Blanchard Street  	
1317 Broad Street  	
20 North Park Street 	
147 Gorge Road 	
120 Douglas Street  	
California Hotel 	
52 Second Street  	
Grand Pacilic Hotel  	
18 Michigan Street  	
634 M ichigan Street 	
5 First Street  	
14 Farquhar  Street   	
19 Oscar Street  	
Cor. Stanley Avenue and Vining Street  ...
Lonore Saloon, Johnson Street 	
Brunswick  Hotel   _	
132 Johnson Street '	
Clarence   Hotel   	
Rockland Avenue (near Oak Bay Avenue)
15 St. Louis Street  	
8 St. John Street 	
Occidental   Hotel   	
110 Johnson Street  	
Clarence   Hotel   	
Victoria   Hotel   	
228  Michigan   Street   	
161   Montreal  Street   	
32 Rae Street   	
Bank  Montreal Chambers   	
Clarence   1 lotel   	
48 South Turner Street   	
Anderson Block, Johnson Street 	
Burns Block 	
79 Douglas Street	
29 Johnson Street  	
117 Menzies Street  	
73   Richardson   Street   	
253 Yates Street  	
Strand   Hotel   	
715 Market Street  	
50  Yates   Street   	
165 Cook Street 	
132 Yates Street  	
55 South   Road   	
Laborer   	
Manager Factory 	
Laborer   	
Cook 	
Mine   Engineer   	
Fruit  Dealer   	
Laborer   	
Laborer   	
M;irine   Fireman   	
Civil Engineer 	
M;iciiinist   	
Laborer   	
Pastry   Cook	
Hatter and  Furnisher   ..
Manufacturers  Agent  ...
Waiter   	
Seaman,  C.  P.  R	
Jeweller  	
Musician   	
Com. Merchant 	
Clerk 	
Letter Carrier 	
Gen. Mgr. P. J. Ins. Co.
Bartender   	
Clerk   	
Seaman   	
Steamboat Steward
Laborer  	
Carpenter   	
Asst. Bank Mgr. ...
Carpenter   	
Clerk   	
Waiter   	
Steamboatman 	
Gentleman   	
Bartender   	
Cooper	
Laborer   	
Clerk 	
Bank  Clerk   	
Laborer   	
Shoemaker   	
Musician   	
Gentleman	
Pattern  Maker
Painter 	
Carpenter   	
Agent  	
Clerk 	
Laborer   	
Sealer  	
Master Mariner   ...
Miner  	
Gentleman 	
Teamster 	
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VICTORIA ELECTORAL DISTRICT-Continued
Christian Name and Surname fo Voter
I.TEVENSON, WILLIAM GORDON
I TEW ART, FRANK McLEOD 	
ITEWART, JAMES HUMBER 	
IlTEWART, JOHN WALTER 	
'TEWART, WALLACE DAVID ....
JTICKNEY, RICHARD EDWIN ....
I TILES, HARLOW MARSHALL ....
ITONEY, THOMAS 	
I.TONHAM, ERNEST	
liTACHAN, ROBERT THOMAS 	
I'.TROMGREN, CARL 	
'.TRONG, JOSEPH  	
1'TRUTT, MARTIN  	
IlULLIVAN, PATRICK	
[SWEETSER, HERBERT FOSTER ...
r.WITZER, THOMAS ALBERT 	
.YMES, CHARLES HAROLD  	
IrALBOT, JOHN HENRY 	
KATE, ROBERT 	
IrAYLOR, ARTHUR WILLIAMSON
TAYLOR, DOUGLAS 	
IrAYLOR, FREDERIC IRVING 	
IrAYLOR, GEORGE AITKEN	
IrAYLOR, JOHN 	
IrAYLOR, JOHN  	
IrAYLOR, RICHARD  	
IrHOMAS, ALFRED JAMES 	
[THOMAS, FRANCIS  	
{THOMPSON, GEORGE 	
JTHOMPSON, HAROLD JOHN 	
(THOMPSON, SHEFF  	
ITHOMSON, FRANCIS ANDREW ...
ITHOMSON, JOHN GORDON 	
THURSTON, ALVA EDISON 	
ITHRALL, HERBERT ALFRED 	
lTOMLINSON, WILLIAM JAMES ...
ITOWNSEND, FREDERICK JAMES .
[TOWNSEND, JOHN ORMISTON ...
(.TOWNSEND, THOMAS 	
TRAINOR, ALEXANDER CHAS	
TREZONA, WILLIAM 	
TURNER, FREDERICK 	
TURPIN, SIDNEY 	
TWISS, JAMES BOND 	
TWOSE, THOMAS	
TWYMAN, HENRY 	
'TYSON, ALFRED HENRY 	
TYSON, PETER 	
UPPER, DAVID ARTHUR
URE, EDWARD JOHN ....
VAN DECAR, ALBERTUS BATES 	
VAN GOETHEM, GEO. CHARLES 	
VERNON, JOHN	
VICHART, JOHN FREDERICK 	
VON HAGAN, ALEXANDER THEOBOLT
WADDELL, JAMES   	
WAGG, JOHN WILLIAM 	
WALES, DAN 	
WALKER, ALFRED ATKINSON 	
WALKER, ALFRED HENRY 	
WALKER, ARTHUR RICHARDSON ..
WALKER, FRANK GREVILLE 	
WALL, JOHN 	
WALLACE, ARTHUR BUCHAN 	
WALLACE, ERNEST BASIL 	
WALLACE, JAMES DANIEL	
WALLENSTEIN, LARAMIC FRED'K.
WARD, JOHN WM	
WALTERS, TOM ORLANDO 	
WARD, EDWIN THOMAS 	
WARD, ROBERT GEOFFREY	
WARD, WILLIAM 	
WATT, JOHN 	
WATT, WILLIAM 	
WEBER, PETER	
WELSH, JAMES 	
WENER, CHARLEY 	
WEST, GEORGE 	
WEST, JULIUS 	
WEST, WILLIAM STAR	
WESTLAKE, RICHARD 	
WHITE, FRANK	
WHITE, FREDERICK GEORGE 	
WHITE, THOMAS HENRY 	
WHITE, WILLIAM CHARLES 	
WHITESIDE, JOHN EDMOND	
WHITEFIELD, GEORGE	
WHITLEY, THOMAS RICHARDSON .
WIGHT, WILLIAM JONES	
WILKERSON, GEORGE EDWARD ...
WILKINS, LEWIS MORRIS 	
WILKINSON, JOHN  	
WILK, STEPHEN 	
WILLIAMS, JACK 	
WILLIAMS, JOHN 	
WILLIAMS, JOHN OWEN 	
WILLIAMS, JOSEPH  	
WILLIAMS, WILLIAM MAY 	
WILMOT, GEORGE 	
WILLSHER, JOHN 	
WILMER, FREDERICK LOUIS 	
WILSON, HARRY EDWARD 	
WILSON, HENRY ARNOT	
WILSON, JAMES 	
WILSON, JOHN THEOPHILUS 	
WILSON, THOMAS 	
WILSON, THOMAS 	
WENDLE, HARRY WALSHE 	
WINTER, GEORGE, JUNR	
WOOD, ALFRED EDWARD 	
WOOD, ERNEST 	
WOOD, JOHN BRADSHAW 	
WOOD, JOHN BRIERLY 	
WOOD, JOHN JAMES 	
WOOD, JOHN PATTERSON 	
WOOD, THOMAS 	
WOODS, WALTER JOHN 	
WORDINGHAM, WILLIAM HYDE ...
Residence
69 Carr Street  	
Brunswick Hotel  	
12 North Park Street 	
74 Cook Street	
Fire Hall, Victoria West 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
King Edward Annex, Yates Street 	
Strand Hotel   	
146 Kingston Street 	
10 Rae Street  	
Old Esquimalt Road (near Russell Street)
Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
13 Humboldt Street  	
Colonial Hotel  	
64 Humboldt Street, Room 7	
14 Rupert Street 	
74 Menzies Street 	
S. S. Baroda  	
Langford Street, S. side, last house  	
Roccahella 	
316 Yates Street 	
58 Quadra Street 	
16 Montreal Street 	
Harbour Cottages, Store Street	
54 Discovery Street 	
56 Pembroke Street	
858 Pandora Street 	
California Hotel 	
No. 2, Lawson's Cabins, Humboldt Street
32 Rae Street 	
Louvre Saloon  	
Boyd Street (near Menzies)  	
129 Yates Street 	
814 Johnson  Street  	
92 North Park Street 	
Brunswick Hotel  	
Burnes House, Bastion Square  	
15 Centre Road 	
Telegraph Hotel 	
93 View Street 	
13 Humboldt Street 	
Jubilee Alley, Johnson Street 	
54 Discovery  Street   	
Strand Hotel, Johnson Street 	
166 Johnson Street 	
Senate Saloon 	
9754 Johnson Street 	
28 Market Street 	
47 First Street .
8 Alfred Street
Driard Hotel 	
109 Yates Street ..
Empire Hotel 	
141 Chatham Street
13 Frederick Street
YOUNG, HARTLEY SCOTT ...
YOUNG, WILLIAM MATHEW
Cor. Stanley Avenue and N. Chatham Street
26 Mason Street 	
75 Kane Street  	
9 Sayward Avenue 	
43 View Street 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
Vernon Hotel 	
37 Douglas Street  ;	
229 Pandora Avenue .;	
12 Scoresby Street 	
529 Johnson Street 	
21 Green Street 	
154 Chatham Street 	
S. S. "City of Nanaimo" 	
62 Collinson Street  	
Driard Hotel 	
Occidental  Hotel  	
132 Blanchard Street 	
Henry Street, off Esquimalt Road 	
547 Hillside Avenue 	
Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
Rock Bay Hotel 	
Connaught Road (near Craigflower) 	
50 Vancouver Street	
Five Sisters' Block 	
Humboldt Street 	
Telegraph Hotel	
15 Menzies Street	
Clarence Hotel  ,
163 Cook Street   ,
30 Beechy Street  	
139 Cormorant Street	
Roccahella, Victoria Crescent  ,
170 Cook Street 	
244 Yates Street 	
23 Douglas Street 	
Sayoy Theatre 	
9 Rae Street 	
61 Pandora Street	
110 Johnson Street 	
58 Douglas Street  	
Excelsior Hotel	
Occidental Hotel 	
Lighthouse Saloon 	
12 Amelia Street 	
146 Kingston Street	
Empire Hotel 	
Occidental  Hotel   	
56 Harbour Cottages, Store Street 	
Brunswick Hotel	
Inverness House, Pandora Street 	
Leland House, Douglas Street 	
41 Burdette Avenue 	
Craigflower Road, Sunnyside 	
Brunswick Hotel 	
56 Pandora Avenue *.	
Steamer "Lome" 	
No. 1 Fire Hall, Cormorant Street 	
Fairfield Road, opp. Cemetery  	
Grand Pacific Hotel 	
14 Caledonia Avenue  	
Steamer  "Rithet"   	
Klondike Chambers, Johnson Street	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Manager 	
Machinist   	
Bricklayer 	
Mariner   	
Fireman   	
Clerk 	
Journalist   	
Engineer  	
Bank Teller 	
Carriage  Builder
Master Mariner  .
Logger 	
Fireman 	
Fireman 	
Laborer   	
Piano Salesman  .
Storekeeper   	
Master Mariner  	
Brewer 	
Insurance Agent '	
Linotype Machinist	
Accountant 	
Mgr. Royal Bank of Canada
Longshoreman   	
Longshoreman   	
Longshoreman   	
Dentist 	
Fireman 	
Laborer  	
Clerk 	
Bartender   	
Draughtsman 	
Saloon Keeper 	
Barber   ,	
Teamster   	
School Teacher  	
Carpenter and Joiner	
Master Mariner  	
Plasterer  	
Steward 	
Miner  	
Cook 	
Laborer  	
Sawyer 	
Laundryman	
Bartender 	
Saloon Keeper	
Sealer  	
Mgr. Telegraphs
Millhand   	
Clerk 	
Clergyman 	
Marine Fireman   ...
Clergyman   	
Tent and Sail Maker
Balmoral  Hotel
35 Alfred Street
Gardener   	
Painter  	
Bricklayer 	
Laborer  	
Steward	
Cook 	
Bartender 	
Tailor 	
Teacher  	
Freight Clerk 	
Watchman 	
Upholsterer 	
Baggage Master 	
Asst. Purser 	
Order Clerk 	
Clerk  	
Bartender  	
Prospector   	
Ship's Carpenter  	
Laborer  	
Longshoreman	
Laborer 	
Laborer 	
Contractor   	
Tobacconist  	
Laborer  	
Seaman   	
Accountant 	
Bricklayer 	
Hack Driver  	
Bookkeeper   	
Merchant	
Bank Manager	
Collector 	
Gardener and Florist
Clerk   	
Laborer   	
Laborer   	
Trader   	
Miner 	
Mariner  	
Laborer  	
Miner 	
Blacksmith   	
Clerk  	
Mining Engineer	
Constable 	
Hotel Clerk 	
Longshoreman	
Accountant 	
Machinist 	
Master Mariner	
Traveller   	
Coachman 	
Clerk 	
Bartender   	
Fireman   	
Fireman   	
Hack Driver 	
Carpenter 	
Miner 	
Steamboatman	
Journalist   	
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PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT
SAANICH ELECTORAL DISTRICT
TAKE NOTICE that objections have been filed with me against the following persons' names being retained on the List of Voters for the above district on the
grounds set forth.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that I will, on Monday, the ist day of November, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at Tennyson Avenue, May-
wood, hold a Court of Revision for the purpose of hearing and determining said objections.
Unless the person objected to or some other Provincial Voter on his behalf appears at the said Court and satisfies me that the said objection is not well founded, I
shall strike the name of such person off the said list.
Dated this 6th day of October, 1909.
WILLIAM GRAHAM, Registrar of Voters.
Christian Name and Surname fo Voter
ADAMS, JOHN THOMAS
AITKEN, WILLIAM 	
BAKER, DAVID 	
BAKER, THOMAS HENRY 	
BAKER, GEORGE 	
BARNES, ALFRED GEORGE 	
BARTON, ARTHUR SHEPPARD ...
BRUCE, JOHN, JR	
BULMAN, WILLIAM   	
BUBB, EUSTACHE WASHBOURNE
BOSTOCK, JOHN JOSHUA 	
CADMAN, SOLOMAN  	
CAMERON, DANIEL 	
CAREY, JOSEPH WILLIAM   	
CARLOW, WILMOT WESLEY 	
CRACKEN, HENRY  	
CLODE, WILLIAM JOHN EDWARD
COX, ANDREW ALEXANDER 	
DE CROSS, GERALD HERBERT	
EKINS, EDWARD GEORGE
FERGUSON, AGUSTUS GEORGE
FISHER, JOHN R	
HOLLINS, WILLIAM ALFRED
HOPKINS, HENRY RUSSELL ..
HUTCHINS, WILLIAM  	
HUTCHINSON, JOHN	
Residence
Cor. Holland Avenue, Colquitz P. O.
Glanford Avenue, Victoria P.O	
Carey Road, Maywood P. 0	
Strawberry Vale, Colquitz P. 0	
Strawberry Vale, Colquitz P. O	
Glanford Avenue, Maywood P. 0	
Oak Bay Avenue, P. 0. Box 173, Victoria.
Lake District, Royal Oak P. O.  	
Mt. Tolmie, Mt. Tolmie P. 0	
Section 79, Lake District, Sluggett P. 0.
Foul Bay Road, Box 611, Victoria	
O.
Head of Elk Lake, Royal Oak P.
Mt. Tolmie, Mt. Tolmie P. 0	
Carey Road, Colquitz P. 0.	
Cedar Hill Road, Mt. Tolmie P. 0. ..
Lot 123, West Saanich, Sluggett P. 0.
Glanford Avenue, Colquitz P. O	
Mt. Tolmie, Mt. Tolmie P. O	
Carey Road, Colquitz P. 0	
Profession, Trade or Calling
Moulder ...
Farm Help
Clerk 	
Butcher  	
Butcher 	
Farmer  	
Gentleman  	
Farmer   	
Lumberman   	
Farmer   	
Commission Agent
Farmer 	
Farmer	
Farmer 	
Railway Employee
Farmer	
Gentleman	
Farmer   	
Farmer   	
Cadboro Bay Road, Victoria P. 0.
Clerk
Cadboro Bay Road. Victoria P. O.  Trainer
Part of Sees. 21 and 78, Victoria District, Victoria P.O... Farmer
Fairfield Road, Victoria P. 0  Teamster
Glanford Avenue, Victoria P. 0  Nurseryman
Saanich, Young P.  0.
Cedar Hill, Box 458, Victoria
JONES, HERBERT LOCKLY   Feltham Road, Mt. Tolmie P. O  Seaman ...
JONES, SANFORD S  Ardersier Road, Maywood P. O.  Gentleman
JEUNE, PHILLIP JOHN    Section 27, Cordova Bay, Victoria P. 0   Sail   Maker
Laborer
Milkman
KEATINGE, WALTER HERBERT   Block 4, Section 67, Gordon Head P. 0.
MANNIX, LEONARD NIAL 	
MERRIMAN, WILLIAM   	
MUNRO, GEORGE E	
MACDONALD, HENRY ALEXANDER
MACDONALD, PETER STUART	
MACDONALD, WILLIAM JOSEPH  ...
McHUGH, WILLIAM 	
McKEON, WILLIAM JAMES  	
McMUNN, JAMES FRANCIS 	
McPHEE, JOHN JAMES 	
McRAE, ARCHIBALD ANGUS	
McMORRAN, ALEXANDER WALLACE
MILLER. THOMAS MUNRO  	
MURTON, FREDERICK JOHN	
MORTON,  HARVEY  ELLIS   	
NEWCOMBE, ARTHUR .
NICHOLL, ROBERT ....
NORTH, JOHN  HENRY
ORMOND, JAMES RICHIE
PEARSON, THOMAS BULMAN
PERKINS, GEORGE S	
REGAN, WALTER IRWIN
SHERE, FREDERICK HENRY  	
SEATON, HENRY FRANCIS 	
SIMPKINS, ED. THOS. HIGLEY ....
SMITH, ARCHIE WILLIAM 	
SPROAT, THOMAS ALEXANDER ...
STEBBINGS,  WILLIAM  HERBERT
TAYLOR, HENRY KIDD ....
TUBMAN, JOHN BENJAMIN
TURNER, FRANK TOPP ....
UNDERWOOD, FREDERICK
VIRTUE, JOSEPH DAVID
WALKER, SAMUEL  	
WEBB, FRANCIS WILLIAM  ....
WEST, JAMES  	
WEST, FREDERICK 	
WIGGS, ALFRED  	
WILSON, BIGGERSTAFF 	
WILLIAMSON, DAVID	
WODD, JOHN GEORGE CORRY
YOUNG, WILLIAM 	
YOUNG, ALFRED EDWARD
Reporter
Elk Lake, Royal Oak P. 0  Farmer
Section 56, Cedar Hill, Mt. Tolmie P.
Gorge Road, Victoria P. O.  ...
Carey Road, Maywood P. O. ...
Maple Street, Maywood P. 0.
Tolmie Avenue, Maywood P. O.
Elk Park, South Saanich, Young P. 0	
Cedar Hill, Box 244, Victoria P. 0	
Elk Lake District, Royal Oak P. 0	
Burnside Road, Maywood P. 0	
Cedar Hill Road, Mt Tolmie P. 0	
Cedar Hill Road, P. O. Box 658, Victoria .
South half of Block C, Mt. Tolmie Estate
Lake District, Victoria P. 0	
Cordova Ba yRoad, Victoria P. 0	
Victoria Dairy, Cedar Hill Road
Foul Bay, Victoria P. 0	
Cadboro Bay, Victoria P. 0.  ...
Farmer ..,
Merchant .
Farmer ..,
Dairyman
Miner  	
Farmer 	
Farmer	
Painter 	
Seaman	
Dental Student ....
Clerk	
Barrister-at-Law ...
Farmer	
Licensed Victualler
Teamster
Farmer ..
Butcher ..
Cor. Hampshire Rd. and Oak Bay Ave, 96 Govt St. Vicorial
Wilkinson Cross Roads, Colquitz P. 0	
Section 10, Glanford Avenue, Victoria P. 0.
Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria P. 0.
Boleskine Road, Maywood P. 0	
Cadboro Bay, Victoria P. O	
Cadboro Bay Road, Victoria P.  0	
Burns Street, Oak Bay, Victoria P. 0. ...
Oak Bay, Victoria P. 0	
Byron Street, Foul Bay Road, Victoria P.
0.
Old Oak Bay Road, Victoria P. 0.
Cement Works, Tod Inlet 	
Glanford Avenue, Maywood P. O.
Gordon Head, Gordon Head P. O.
Oak Bay, 657 Victoria P. 0.
P. 0.
Gordon Head, Gordon Head
Carey Road, Maywood P. Oi
Wilkinson Cross Road, Colquitz P. O.
Strawberry Vale, Colquitz P. O	
Carey Road, Maywood P. 0	
Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, B. C	
Tennyson Road, Maywood P. 0	
Lake District, Box 519, Victoria 	
Royal Oak, Heal P. 0	
South Saanich, Young P. O.
Watchmaker
Accountant   .
Gunsmith  ...
Contractor
Tinsmith  	
Farmer   	
Student   	
Harnessmaker
Farmer  	
Conductor
Coachman
Carpenter
Farmer ...
Farmer
Clerk
Nil 	
Miner  	
Farmer	
Laborer 	
Engineer  	
Commission Agent
Shoemaker  	
Farmer 	
Laborer
Farmer .
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The Lonely Road.
We used to fear the lonely road
That twisted round the hill;
It dipped down to the river-way,
And passed the haunted mill,
And then crept on, until it reached
The churchyard, green and still.
No pipers ever took that road,
• No Gipsies, brown and gay;.
No shepherds with their gentle flocks,
No loads of scented hay;
No market-waggons jingled by
On any Saturday.
The  dog-wood  there  flung wide  its
stars,
In April, silvery sweet;
The squirrels crossed that path all day
On tiny flying feet;
The wild, brown rabbits knew each
turn,
Each shadowy safe retreat.
And there the golden-belted bee
Sang his sweet summer song,
The crickets    chirped    there    to the
moon
With steady note and strong;
Till cold and silence wrapped them
round
When autumn nights grew long.
But, oh! they brought the lonely dead
Along that quiet way,
With   strange   procession,   dark  and
slow,
On sunny days and gray;
We used to watch them, wonder-eyed,
Nor care again to play.
And we forget each merry jest;
The birds on bush and tree
Silenced the song within their throats
And with us watched to see,
The soft, slow passing out of sight
Of that dark mystery.
* * *
We fear no more the lonely road
That winds around the hill;
Far from the busy world's highway
And the gods' slow-grinding mill;
It only seems a peaceful path,
Pleasant, and green, and still.
—Verna Sheard, in The Canadian
Magazine for October.
Nautical Error.
"I am sorry to hear, captain, that
your wife left you so unceremonious-
ly."
"My mistake, sir; I took her for a
mate, and she proved to be a skipper."
ing to the sand lot. "For goodness'
sake, Tommy, what has happened to
the baby?" said she, trying to soothe
the wailing infant.
"There was a naughty fly biting
him on top of his head, and I killed
it with the shovel," was the proud
reply.
Cancelling the Obligation.
"You have saved my life," said the
old man, whom the tramp had saved
from drowning. "As your reward,
you may have my daughter there."
those ladies your seat, Tommy?"
Tommy—"Why  don't  you  get  up
ancl give them all your seat?"
VICTORIA  LAND  DISTRICT.
5*
District of Chatfleld Island.
The Sorrows of Man.
"For ten years I've been trying to
drown my sorrows—and they won't
drown!"
"No wonder. They've had time to
learn to swim."
From His Pa's Folks.
"She doesn't know where the baby
gets his bad temper from."
"She doesn't?"
"No." .
" That's strange. Most young
mothers can place that sort of responsibility in a trice."
"The Climax," at the Victoria, Friday and Saturday, October 22, 23.
The Result.
"Now, Willie, you know I told you
not to go in swimming, and yet you
have been in the water."
"I know it, ma; but Satan tempted
me."
"And why did you not tell Satan
to get behind you?"
"1 did, and lie kicked mc in."
Of One Mind.
"The soil," remarked the political
economist, "is what supports us all."
"Yes," rejoined the lawyer, "I must
admit that real estate is at the bottom of three-fourths of all litigation."
"And." added the doctor, "a great
deal of sickness is due to the effluvia from  the ground."
Tommy to the Rescue.
Tommy's mother had made him a
present of a toy shovel and sent him
out in the sand lot to play with his
baby brother. "Take care of baby
now Tommy, and don't let anything
hurt him," was Mamma's parting injunction.
Presently screams of anguish from
baby sent  the  distracted  parent  fly-
The lifesaver glanced at the daughter, then bent again over the old
man.
"What are you doing?" asked the
perplexed father.
"Going to drop you in again."
The Seats of the Mighty.
Large and Dignified Uncle—"Why
don't  you   get  up  and  give  one  of
Out Of His Line.
"Good morning, sir," says the lady,
entering the studio of thc famous
portrait painter. "I wish to engage
you to paint my portrait."
"I shall bc delighted, madam."
"I want it painted with my new
hat on.
"Pardon me, madam, but I am not
a landscape artist."
TAKE NOTICE that George A. Foster,
of Merrill, Wisconsin, occupation, a
Banker, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:—
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains south of a little creek ln a bay
on the north end of Chatfleld Island
and due south of Bullet Channel; thence
south 100 chains; thence east 80 chains;
thence north 40 chains; thence S. W.
meandering the shore of an unknown
bay to a small creek; thence meandering the shore in a N. E. direction; thence
N. W. and W. to the point of beginning.
Dated June 24, 1909.
GEORGE A. FOSTER,
aug 28 By W. C. Juneau, Agent.
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CANCELLATION  OF  RESERVE.
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NOTICE is hereby given that the Reserve on Lot 4,836, G. 1, Kootenay District, notice of which bearing date of
February the 3rd, 1909, was published
in the British Columbia Gazette of February 4th, 1909, ls cancelled, in so far
as the said Reserve prevents the acquisition of said lands by pre-emptors, under the provisions of section 33 of the
Land Act.
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands.
Lands Department,
Victoria, B.C., August 3rd, 1909.
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THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
A Word to the Autumn Brides
All those who do not should know the comfort, convenience and cleanliness attendant upon the use of Gas for cooking purposes. You will then realize why the
housewife with a Gas Range takes pleasures in doing her own cooking and baking. You can regulate a Gas Range to a nicety, it will boil, broil or bake better than either
a coal or wood fire. With Gas there is no kindling to chop, no coal to carry, no ashes to sift,—no worry, none of the old-time difficulties to contend with. Be sure
to try a Gas Stove or a Gas Range in your new home.
If you use Gas for cooking purposes you will
find your kitchen spic and span, your fuel (just
a match-scratch) ever ready and your expenses
greatly lessened. A Gas Stove or a Gas Range
is a boon all the year round, but in the matter
of cleanliness it is indeed a blessing. Why not
make your new kitchen an ideal one with a good
Gas cooking apparatus?
If you have not hitherto looked into the merits
of Gas for cooking, we cordially invite you to
call and inspect our large stock of new Gas
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and let us show you the different styles and
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A Word to the Autumn Brides
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The H.M.S. Shearwater left last
Tuesday for a trip to the North.
* *   *
Miss Edith Davie went over to Seattle on Wednesday to visit the A.
Y. P. Exposition.
* *   *
Miss M. Little left last Wednesday
for San Francisco to pay an extended
visit to relatives.
* *   *
Mr. Daryl Kent, of this city, left
for Vancouver on Sunday last where
he will take a position in the music
store of M. W. Waitt & Co., Ltd.
* *   *
Mrs. Beresford Hogg of Esquimalt entertained a few of her friends
at a small tea last Monday.
* *   *
Mrs. Frank Hannington of Vancouver, accompanied by her son, Mr.
Frank Hannington from Fernie, paid
* *   *
a short visit to friends in Victoria.
Mr. Richard Jones of Head Street,
spent a few days of last week in Nanaimo on business.
* »   *
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Riddell have
returned to their home in Victoria
after paying a most enjoyable visit
to Great Britain.
* *   *
Mrs. A. F. Griffiths is leaving during the week on a visit to relatives
in England.
* *   *
Mr. Hugh Cornwall, who has been
out on a survey for some months, has
returned to the city again.
* *   *
Miss N. Bell and her mother, Mrs.
H. P. Bell, of Vancouver, have come
over to this city to take up their residence on St. Charles St.
* *   *
The mepib?rs -of the Alexandra
Club, on Wednesday, gave a large tea
for  Mrs.  Tilton,    who    left  for the
South this week. The Club rooms
were beautifully decorated for the occasion with autumn flowers and foliage. Among those present were:
Mrs. Rock Robertson, Mrs. Langworthy, Mrs. Cuppage, Mrs. Griffiths,
Miss Bell, Mrs. Harold Robertson,
Mrs. Bevan, Mrs. R. Wilby, Mrs.
Fred. Pemberton, Mrs. Arthur McCallum, Mrs. W. S. Gore, Mrs. McCurdy, Mrs. Spratt, Mrs. Shore, Mrs.
Charles Rhodes, Mrs. Chatman, Mrs.
Harry Barnard, Miss Wark, Mrs. G.
Courtenay, Mrs. S. Maclure, Mrs. C.
Todd, Mrs. S. Hind, Mrs. Hebden
Gillespie, Mrs. Marvin, Miss Cameron, Mrs. Hasell, Mrs. Cecil Roberts,
Mrs. Blackwood, Mrs. Berkeley, Mrs.
Tilton, Mrs. Warner, and others.
* *   *
Mr. T. F. Monteith came over from
Vancouver to spend a week in the
city with relatives.
* *   *
A pretty wedding took place on
Tuesday evening when Rev. Dr.
Campbell joined in the holy bonds of
matrimony Mr. Harold Davey and
Miss Annie Mittelstadt, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave
Mittelstadt. The bridegroom was
supported by Mr. Edward Mudge, and
the bride's little sister acted as maid
of honour. After they return from
their honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Davey will take up their residence in
Victoria.
Sporting Comment
The Vancouver Island members of
thc All-B.C. soccer team which is
scheduled to play in San Francisco,
left on Thursday for Seattle where
they were joined by the Mainland
members and together they sailed
South yesterday on the S.S. President.
The team that has been selected is
a good one and should well uphold
the honour of B. C. in the South.
*     *     *
The ten-mile Marathon race at thc
Exhibition grounds last week sprung
several surprises, the victory of Stanley over Rowan and Burn was hardly expected and the time for the ten-
mile was such as to lead any one to
think the course was perhaps a little
bit short. This marked the initial
appearance of Frank Baylis as a professional and although he made good
in the race, his advent into professionalism was not marked as a very
great financial success; his share of
the prize being about ten dollars while
Stanley is said to have cleared up as
much as fifteen dollars, or in other
words he ran the race for one dollar
and a half per mile.
* * *
The Montreal lacrosse team has
won the championship of the National league and has lost no time in
challenging for the Minto Cup; it is
hardly likely, however, that the games
will be played this season as the
weather is now getting such that it
cannot be depended on and to bring
the team from Montreal to play in
the rain would be out of the question
as it would mean such a loss to both
teams that it would take several
years before they recovered. If the
games are arranged for the early part
of next season there is no reason why
they should not be interesting and
draw good crowds, but I hardly think
the Montrealers will take back the
silverware.
The football season was ushered in
last Saturday, while the Rugby players did not take part in a game they
held their field sports as a curtain
raiser for the season. Their first
game will take place this afternoon
when the J.B.A.A. team will try conclusions with the Victoria fifteen.
The soccer players held high carnival no less than one hundred and
seventy-six players being scheduled to
play. With the exception of one
game every scheduled match took
place, making one hundred and fifty-
four players in action. This is saying
a great deal for soccer and its outlook in this city is very bright. The
one thing, however, that is required
to make the game better is a little
more attention to the game on the
part of some of the;.elder players.
The games that were played last week
were far below the form shown last
season and unless all teams improve
it will not be much of a team that
captures the championship.
The race meeting at Vancouver has
come to the end and there are no
better pleased men than the horse
owners themselves. The manner in
which the meeting was conducted was
anything but satisfactory; the management apparently trying to see how
bad they could really do if they tried.
Financially I am given to understand
that it was a success, but from a racing standpoint, it is hard to find another meeting that has so far failed
in its object to promote racing than
the Vancouver meeting.
UMPIRE.
73
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, for a license to
prospect for Coal under the following
area:—Commenolng at the north-west
corner of the South half of section IB,
Saturna Island, thence north one mile;
east one mile; south one mile and west
one mile to place of beginning.
.   October 2nd, 1909.
LORENZO ALEXANDER,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands at Victoria, for a license to
prospect for Coal under the following
area:—Commencing at the north-west
corner of the south half of secticn l(i,
Saturna Island, thence north one mile;
west one mile; south one mile; anu
east one mile to place of beginning.
October 2nd, 1909.
C. C. L. ALEXANDER,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
75
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands  at Victoria  for a  license  to
prospect  for  Coal  under  the  following
area:—Commencing    at the    north-east
corner   of   section   11,   Saturna   Island,
thence north one mile, west one mile,
south  one mile and east one mile,  to
place of beginning.
October 2nd, 1909.     ..        .......
L.   S.  COKELY,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
72
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
of  Lands  at  Victoria,  for a license  io
prospect  for  Coal  under  the  following
area:—Commencing   at    the -nortli-wesi
corner of the south  half of section 10,
Saturna Island;  thence south one mtle;
east one mile; north one mile and west
one mile to place of beginning.
October 2nd, 1909.
ETHEL M. KINU,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
The rapid progress
we are making
serves as a good
indication of how
well we please
our customers.
M. W. WAITT & CO.
LOOTED
HERBERT KENT, Manager
RUPERT DISTRICT.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands at Alberni tor ■_
license to prospect for Coal under the
following area north of Quatsino Sound,
viz., Section fifteen (IB), Township
twenty-seven (27), the initial stake being at the North-West Corner.
September 27th,   1909.
ALFRED E. PILLING,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
09
RUPERT   DISTRICT.
NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that  I  Intend   applying   to   the   Assistant   Commissioner of Lands at Alberni for a license  to  prospect  for Coal  under  the
following area, north of Quatsino Sound,
viz., commencing at the South-East coiner of section  21,  township  27,  thence
north  one mile;  west one mile; south
one  mile and  east  one mile.
September 27th,  1909.
CHRISTIANSEN NORDSTROM,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
NOTICE.
RECTIFICATION OF CROWN GRANT
New Westminster District.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of Section 98 of the Land Act, an
application will be made to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands—three months
after date—to have the Crown Grant oi
Lot 22G, Group 1, New Westminster
District, issued on the 17th day oi
April, 1875, to J. Roland Hett cancelled,
and a corrected Crown Grant of sam
lot  220  issued  in  lieu   thereof.
Dated at Victoria,  B.C., this  9th na-v
of   October,   1900.
POOLEY, LUXTON & POOLEY,
Solicitors  for  the  Owners  or
oct. 16 said Lot. THE WEEK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1909
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Gilbey's Invalid Port, per bottle  $1.25
Penfold's  Doctors' Port, per bottle    $1.25
Ranier Beer, quarts, per dozen   $2.00
Blue Funnel Scotch, per bottle   $1.25
3-Star Glenlivet Scotch, per bottle 85c
Imperial   quart   bottle    $1.25
Maple Leaf Rye, Imperial quart $1.00
Burke's Irish Whiskey, Imperial quart bottle  $1.25
Mitchell's Heather Dew Scotch, per bottle  $1.25
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Music and the Stage
(Continued from Page Two)
the plot of "Lo" tells a gripping,
thrilling story, told with all the charm,
the humour and human interest which
have brought O. Henry to the posi-
tiontion he now occupies as America's
foremost magazine contributor. Notwithstanding its plot, however, "Lo"
contains as many fun-making lines
and situations as the most frivolous
theatregoer could desire, while its
chorus contains thirty-two of the
most amazingly fascinating, pretty,
young girls ever seen in one organization. The cast includes Dorothy
Brenner, Elizabeth Goodall, last seen
here with Mr. Young in "The Time,
The Place and The Girl," Annette
Hall, David Kirkland, James A. Reynolds, Robert Wilson and a dozen
others. The entire production is
staged by Edward P. Temple, who.
produced all the spectacles of the
New York Hippodrome for its first
two years.
The Climax.
"Say, did it ever occur to you that
it takes two to make a 'knock'?'
asked Joseph M. Weber, the genial
actor-manager. "Of course in your
own mind you are always telling
yourself what you think of the other
fellow. You may say very good
things of him, but you are thinking
very bad things of him. But it takes
two to make a good substantial
knock. If you knock the other fellow in the presence of a third party,
unless the third party acquiesces to
your sentiments, you will find that
your knock will fall flat and maybe
you are praising the other fellow ere
you know it. But let the third party
agree with you and the "knock" will
come to a head.
"And it takes two to enact a play.
And did it ever occur to you that a
drama is built up of a series of
'knocks?' Take 'Othello'—take 'Hamlet'—take 'Romeo and Juliet—take
'The Climax.' All founded on knocks.
Consider the modern tank melodrama
with its midnight bridge and salt and
pepper dinner and newsboy hero and
knocking villain and female accomplice. Heavens I How the latter
knocks the poor sad-eyed heroine.
There are knocks in "The Great Divide" and "The Three of Us." There
can be no drama without knocks and
knocks and some more knocks. And
yet I can recall no knocs in "The
Music Master." The story of thc
play is constructed upon the instance
of the past. The fellow who stole
the old Music Master's wife must
have done some strenuous knocking.
"And so the world wags and wags,
ind knocks and knocks.
"And recently out on the real life
stage the knocker has been knocked
most religiously. And as a consequence, there has been a reformation.
There is now* a general inclination to
boast and boast. You hear men
whom you would like to knock highly praised, and you must bend the
knee and praise too. But for the
drama's sake, we must go on knocking to the end."
At the Victoria Theatre October
22 and 23.
Mme Jomelli.
Messchaert, who has long been
called the   "Lamperti   of   Holland"
will, since the successes of Mme. Jomelli, be called upon to change this
appellation to that of "Instructor of
Jomelli," for while the honour is only
implied in the first, it is an absolute
and indisputable fact in the second
instance. And it is an honour of
which none can rob him, for while
this charming singer has studied under some of the world's greatest masters, she gives first credit to Messchaert. Too many singers at the
time of their great successes give the
credit to the latest and best known
"coach," under whom they have studied, and many a famous and much
advertised teacher has been given
credit for having brought out a voice
which was sent them fully equipped
and so well grounded that, doing
their worst, they could not break it
down.
The exactness of Mme. Jomelli's
phrasing, the purity of her tones and
the absolute ease with which she accomplishes the most difficult feats of
vocalization all reflect great credit upon her early master, and it is a tribute to her real greatness that she
does not hesitate to place it there.
It is at once apparent to her auditors that Mme. Jomelli did not just
"happen," but that her flawless art
is the result of the constant and continuous application of a healthy and
active brain, to the work of bringing out a voice which was, in itself,
a thing of beauty, The statement
that "True art is to conceal art" was
never more sure than in her case, and
she stands today as one of the greatest exponents of the doctrine of simplicity in singing and brings home
most forcibly the well known saying
of the elder Lamperti—"The singer
has no throat."
At the Victoria Theatre Monday,
October 25th.
New Grand Theatre.
The New Grand is to have a twenty-minute comedy next week that will
raise the roof with laughter according to accounts from the other cities
where it has been presented. In the
hands of Ed Gallagher and his company, "The Battle of Bay Rum,'
amusing as it may seem from its
title is said to infinately more funny.
The show is also unique for its splendid stage effects and is really a gorgeous scenic presentation. It will undoubtedly prove one of the Grand's
greatest drawing cards the coming
week.
A woman gymnast, "M'lle Martha,"
from the London pavilion and with
the Keith and Procter circuit will
present a wonderful rope decension
as a feature in her unusual high acrobatic work. This feat has been spoken of as the most famous ever accomplished in the air by a woman.
All her critics speak in terms o_
praise for the woman's daring
strength and capability for athletic
hard work.
Dorothy Dahl, a very versatile comedienne with a winning manner and
a clear voice, will have three songs
and Steeley and Edwards, musicians
and comedians will offer a musical
and comedy turn of merit. As a piano
player Steeley has won great renown
in the States. They also play the
cornet and render selections on the
sazaphone.   Thomas J. Price will sing
a new song, "Niagara," and the usual
orchestral selections and the moving pictures will be heard and seen.
Arion Club.
The first concert of the twenty-
eighth season of the well known
Arion Club will be held on the 24th
of November, and well attended re-
hearsels which have begun in earnest go to show the interest taken for
the coming season. Associate members have also been awake, and the
Secretary has been kept busy in answering the circulars for new members applying for membership, and it
is not at all surprising, as the class
of entertainment given by this Club
have always been a marked success,
and they may be sure of a banner
year this season. Rehearsals are held
every Monday evening in Waitt's
Music Hall and out of fifty singing
members there were only ten absent
last practice night. Seeing that the
rirst concert will soon be upon us, it
is earnestly requested that new associate members will send in their applications as early as possible.
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Commencing at a post planted about
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NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
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of Lands at Victoria, for a License to
prospect for Coal under the water adjoining Tumbo Island, over the following area:—
Commencing at a post planted aDoui
the centre of the north shore of said
Island at high water mark; thence north
one mile; west one mile; south one mile
or less, to the shore line, and east one
mile to place of beginning.
October 2nd,  1909.
PRANK HAMILTON HEPBURN,
oct 16       Per Arthur E. Hepburn, Agent.
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RUPERT DISTRICT.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
of Lands at Alberni for a Licence to
prospect for Coal under the following
area north of Quatsino Sound, viz.: —
Section   27,   Township  18,   the   Initial
post being at the north-east corner,
September  30th,   1909.
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"Water Act, 1909."
Attention ls called to section 192 of
the "Water Act, 1909," which requires
any person to whom any power or authority has been granted, pursuant to the
"Rivers and Streams Act," to surrender
such authority within one year of the
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TUMBO ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend
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for Coal    under    the    water adjoining
Tumbo Island, over the following area.
Commencing at the extreme easterly
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TUMBO ISLAND.
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prospect for Coal under the water adjoining Tumbo Island, over the following area:
Commencing at the extreme westerly
end of the Island, thence north one
mile, west one mile, south one mile, and
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RUPERT DISTRICT.
NOTICE ls hereby given that I intend
applying to the Assistant Commissioner
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prospect  for  Coal  under  the  following
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September  27th,   1909.
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Improving.
"How is your son John getting on
at college, Mr. Boggs?" asked the
parson.
"Fine," said Mr. Boggs. "He's getting more business-like every day.
"I am glad to hear that," said the
clergyman. "How does the lad show
it?"
"Well," said Boggs, "when he first
went up and wanted money, he used
to write asking for it. Now he draws
on  mc at sight."
The Pink of Propriety.
When the stringed banc!, hidden behind the rose and carnation screen
in Mrs. Poole's dining-room began
the daughter of the house turned
hopefully to the young and appar
ently dumb stranger, who had been
told to take her in.
Here was a promising opening for
conversation.
" Do. you like Meyerbeer?" she
asked.
I never drank a glass of those
lagers in my life," the young man re
plied coldly.
Womanlike.
Mrs. Stubb—"Oh, John, what in
the world has happened to you? Why,
you look as pale as a ghost."
Mr. Stubb—"No wonder, Maria, I
was out beyond my depth and went
down  three times before  being  res-
Chauncey Olcott in "Ragged Robin,'
Victoria Theatre, Oct. 18th.
cued.   During that time I remembered
every event of my life." .
Mrs. Stubb—"Gracious, John! And
—and did you remember that letter
I gave you to mail last week?"
Accommodated.
"A down-hearted chap in my office
a few minutes ago," remarked Stubb.
"He kept saying, "Give me a rope!
Give  me  a  rope.'"
"Great Scott!" exclaimed Penn, in
alarm, "I hope you didn't accommodate him?"
"Sure thing!"
"Gave him a rope?"
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cigars you gave me today."
Cautious Columbus.
Columbus was about to perform the
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"Bring mc a lighted candle first,"
he said, and then, having carefully
looked at the flame through the egg,
he went ahead with the illustration.
"1 did this stunt once with a stale
egg," he afterward explained.
Another Gibe.
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thc two weeks' growth of beard.
"Think of the free life in the summer."
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LICENCE    TO    AN    EXTRA-PROVINCIAL  COMPANY.
"Companies Act, 1897.'
Canada:
Province of British Columbia.
No. 519.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that "The
British Columbia Fruitland Company,
Limited," of Alberta, is authorized and
licensed to carry on business within the
Province of British Columbia, and to
carry out or effect all or any of the objects of the Company to which the legislative authority of the Legislature of
British Columbia extends.
The head office of the Company is
situate at the City of Calgary, In the
Province of Alberta.
The amount of the capital of the Company is one hundred thousand dollars,
divided into one thousand shares of one
hundred dollars each.
The head office of the Company in
this Province is situate at Victoria, and
David S. Tait, Barrister-at-Law, whose
address is Victoria, BB.C, is tho attorney for the Company.
Given under my hand and seal of
offlce at Victoria, Province of Britifah
Columbia, this 27th day of August, one
thousand   nine  hundred  and  nine.
(LS.) S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for which this Company
has been established and licensed are:—
(a) To acquire by purchase, lease, or
otherwise, and to hold lands, water privileges, and rights and interests therein;
to build upon, cultivate, farm, settle
and otherwise improve the same, and
to mortgage, lease, sell, or otherwise
dispose of the same, and generally to
carry on the business of a land, land
improvement and agricultural company;
to aid and assist by advances of money,
with or without security, settlers and
intending settlers, upon any lands belonging to or held by the Company, or
In the neighbourhood of such lands, and
generally to promote the settlement of
said lands:
(b) To engage in the business of
farming and plant breeding, and in agricultural and horticultural operations of
every description, including the planting and care of orchards and the cultivating of fruits and berries generally:
(c) To develop and improve Iands,
and the use and productiveness thereof
for agricultural, horticultural, grazing
and dairying purposes', to sell or otherwise supply trees, grafts or seeds; to
manufacture, sell, supply and deal in
implements, appliances, fertiliser, hardware, agricultural supplies, and generally every other article and thing required, used, necessary or convenient
for the proper cultivation of the soil or
the production of fruit or berries, and
to provide arrangements for the purchase, sale, transportation and storage
of any of the articles and things above
mentioned:
(d) To buy and sell on commission,
lands of every description, minerals,
mineral lands and mining rights, timber, timber lands, timber limits or timber licences:
(e) To acquire by purchase, lease, or
otherwise, and to manage, develop, work
and sell mines, mineral claims and mining properties, and to win, get, treat, refine and market minerals therefrom:
(f) To engage in the wholesale and
retail business of dealers in fruit and
berries of every kind:
(g) To purchase or otherwise acquire
and hold, sell or otherwise dispose of
or deal in water, electrical or other
power; to construct and operate plants
and equipment for the development and
operation of the same, or any part thereof, to any person or corporation:
(h) To construct, equip, maintain and
operate an electrical lighting plant or
plants; to enter Into any contracts or
arrangements with any person or corporation for the supply of electrical
power for lighting or other purposes;
to enter into any negotiations or contracts with any Provincial Government
or municipal corporation for the right
to use any street or other highway for
the conveying of electrical power for
lighting or other purposes, and to sell
or otherwise dispose of such plant or
plants:
(1) To carry on the business of a
lumberer, saw and planing miller, and
manufacturer of lumber and wooden-
ware, and to purchase or otherwise acquire, own, hold, sell and deal ln timber limits and timber licences, timber
lands and logs, and to manufacture,
buy, sell and deal ln timber, lumber
and wood of all kinds, either wholesale
or retail, and to manufacture articles
in the making of which timber or wood
is required or can be utilised, and to
deal ln the same, either wholesale a.-
retail:
(j) To do business as builders and
contractors and for that purpose to engage in the manufacture of building
materials of every description, quarrying and manufacturing of bricks, lime, I
plaster and cement:
(k) To construct, equip, maintain and
operate railroads, tramways (either
electric or otherwise), or other method
of transportation, consistently with any
legislation of the Province of Alberta
or Province through which such worka
shall run, now in force or hereafter
come into force:
(1) To construct, equip, maintain
and operate water-works; to enter into
any negotiations or contracts with any
Provincial Government or municipal
corporation for the right to use any
public street or highway for the purposes of such waterworks; to enter into
any contract or arrangement with any
person or corporation for the supply of
water to such person or corporation by
this Company, and to sell, lease, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of or deal
with such water-works:
(m) To construct, equip, maintain
and operate sewers', to enter into any
negotiations or contract with any Provincial Government or municipal corporation for the right to use any public
street or highway for any purposes of
such sewers; to enter into any contracts
or arran-jements with any person or
corporation for the removal or disposal
by the Company of any sewage or drainage, or for the use of such sewers, anu
to sell, lease, mortgage, or otherwise
deal with or dispose of such sewers:
(n) For the purpose only of connecting and furnishing communication between the various portions of the Company's property, to construct, equip and
operate a telephone line or lines, such
to bo for the use only of the Company's
servants or employees; to conduct negotiations and enter into contracts with
any person or persons, or corporation or
corporations for permission to cross the
the lands of such persons or corporations with such telephone line or lines;
to enter into negotiations with any Provincial Government or municipal corporation for permission to use the public highway for the purposes of such
telephone line or lines, and to make
contracts with any such Provincial Government or municipal corporation in
regard to the same; but the use of
such telephone line or lines shall be
restricted as aforesaid, and the Company
shall not furnish a public service or
collect toll, or in any way act as a
public service corporation in respect of
the said telephone line or lines:
(n2) To own and manage hotels, and
generally to do business as hotel-
keepers:
(o) To engage in the business of
general merchants, both wholesale and
retail:
(p) To enter into any contracts with
any person or corporation for the performance, by or for the Company, of
all farming or ranching operations, or
the setting, planting, improvement or
care of orchards or fruit-farms:
(q) To acquire by lease, purchase,
gift, exchange or otherwise, hold, sell,
mortgage, build, construct, erect, own,
equip, operate, control and maintain factories, warehouses, sales-rooms, offices,
stores, manufactories, work shops and
appliances, shipping facilities, and all
such other conveniences as may be calculated to advance the interests of the
Company, and to contribute or otherwise
assist or take part in the acquisition,
construction, equipment,, improvement
work, management, operation or control
thereof:
(r) To apply for, purchase, or otherwise acquire any trade, copyrights, patents, brevets, d'invention, licences, con-'
cessions and the like, conferring any
exclusive, or non-exclusive limited right
to use any secret or other information
as to any invention which may seem
capable of being used for any of the
purposes of this Company, or the acquisition of which may seem calculated,
directly or indirectly, to benefit the
Company, and to use, exercise, develop
or grant licences ln respect of, or otherwise turn to account the property, rights
or information so acquired:
(s) To carry on any other business
which may seem to the Company capable -of being conveniently carried on
in connection with the above, or calculated, directly or indirectly, to enhance the value of, or render profitable
any of the Company's property or
rights:
(t) To acquire and undertake the
whoie or any part of the business, property and liabilities of any person or
company carrying on any business which
the Company is authorised to carry on,
or possessed of property suitable for
the purposes of this Company:
(u) To enter into any arrangement
for sharing profits, union of interests,
co-operation, joint adventure, reciprocal
concession, or otherwise, with any person or company engaged in, or about
to engage In, or carrying on any busi-
pany is authorised to carry on or engage
in, or any business or transaction capable of being conducted so as, directly or indirectly, to benefit this Company, and to take or otherwise acquire
shares and securities of any such company, and to sell, hold, re-issue, with or
without guarantee, or otherwise deal
with the same:
(v) To promote any company or
companies for the purpose of acquiring
all or any of the property of this Company, or for any purpose which may
seem calculated, directly or indirectly,
to benefit this Company:
(w) To sell or dispose of the whole
undertaking of the Company, or any
part thereof, for such consideration as
the Company may think fit, and in particular for shares, debentures or securities of any other company having objects altogether or in part similar to
those of this Company:
(x) To Invest and deal with the
moneys of the Company not immediately * required, for the purpose of the
Company, in such manner as may be
from time to time determined:
(y) To lend money to such persons
and on such terms as may seem expedient, and in particular to customers
and others having dealings with the
Company, and to guarantee the performance of contracts Vy any such persons:
(z) To borrow or raise money or secure the payment of money in such
manner as the Company shall think fit,
including mortgage of the Company's
real and personal property, and ln particular by the issue of debentures or
debenture stock, perpetual or otherwise,
charged upon all or any of the Company's property or rights, both present
and future, including its uncalled capital, and to purchase, redeem or pay
off any such securities:
(aa) To make, draw, accept, indorse,
hypothecate, discount, execute and issue
promissory notes, bills of exchange,
bills of lading, warrants, debentures
and other negotiable or transferable instruments:
(bb) To exercise any of the powers
herein conferred as principals, agents or
contractors, or otherwise, and by or
through agents or otherwise, and either
alone or ln conjunction with others:
(cc) To do all such acts and things
as are incidental to or conducive to the
attainment of any of the purposes herein expressed. sep 18
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VICTORIA  LAND DISTRICT.
District of Chatfleld Island.
TAKE NOTICE that Wm. H. Flett,
of Seattle, Washington, occupation, a
Lawyer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains due south from a stake at tho
northeast corner of timber limit 18117
(now 36055); thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains; thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chains to the
place of beginning.
Dated 24th June,  1909.
aug 28 WM. H. FLETT.
LICENCE TO AN EXTRA-PROVINCIAL
COMPANY.
"Companies Act, 1897."
CANADA
Province of British Columbia,
No. 527.
This is to certify that the Fireman's
Fund Insurance Company" is authorized
and licensed to carry on business within
the Province of British Columbia, and
to carry out or effect all or any of the
objects of the Company to which the
legislative authority of the Legislature
of British Columbia extends.
The head offlce of the Company is situated at the City and County of San
Francisco, in the State of California.
The amount of the capital of the Company is one million, five hundred thousand dollars, divided into fifteen thousand shares of one hundred dollars each.
The head offlce of the Company in
this Province is situate at Victoria and
John Hart, Insurance Agent, whose address is Victoria aforesaid, is the attorney  for  the   Company.
Given under my hand and seal of offlce at Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this twenty-first day of September, one thousand nine hundred and
nine.
(L.S.) S. Y. WOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.
The objects for which this Company
has been established and licensed are:—
To make insurance upon dwellings,
houses, stores, and all other kinds of
buildings, and upon household furniture, merchandise, mortgages, leases, interests, vessels and their cargoes, whilst
at any pier, wharf, dock, embarcadero,
or other landing place personal and
other property against loss or damage
by flre; and also to make insurance on
any property or interest against the
hazards of fire or marine risks, lightning, cyclones, tornadoes, wind storms
or other elemental disturbances, or
against other hazard which may be properly assumed under a policy of insurance or either of same, and also to do
and perform such other matters ana
things as it may legally do and perform.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
67
Government Ofllce, Nakusp.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender
for Government Office and Police Quar
ters," will be received by the Honour
able the Minister of Public Works up
to noon of Thursday, the 28th day of
October, 1909, for the erection and completion of a Government Office and Police Quarters at Nakusp, B.C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 27th day of September, 1909,
at the office of the Government Agent
at Nelson; the Government Agent at
Revelstoke, Government Agent, Kaslo
the Mining Recorder at Nakusp, and at
the Department of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon. the
Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the amount
of the tender, which shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
so, or if he fail to complete the work
contracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon the
execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., September 30th, 1909.
oct 2
NOTICB.
No. 16
NOTICE ls hereby given that the
Reserve existing on the lands embraced
ln special Timber Licence No. 23,290,
situated on Gambler Island, New Westminster District, ls cancelled.
ROBT. A. RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands.
Department of Lands,
14th July, 1909. jy 17
A. POOL
Successor to
JALLAND BROS.
FINE
GROCERIES
FRESH   FRUIT   DAILY.
623 Yates Street - Victoria
39
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE ls hereby given that L. S.
Cokely will within thirty days from
this date, apply to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, for a
license to prospect for coal under the
area described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of the southeast quarter of section seventeen; thence north one mile; thence
east one mile; thence south one mile;
thence west one mile to place of commencement,
aug 7 L. S. COKELY.
SATURNA ISLAND.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend applying to the Assistant Commissioner of Lands at Victoria, for _.
license to prospect for Coal under the
following area:—Commencing at tne
north-west corner of the south hall
of Section 16, Saturna Island; thence
south one mile; west one mile; nortn
one mile and east one mile to place Of
beginning.
October  2nd,  1909.
HILDA M. KING,
oct 9 Per A. W. McVittie, Agent.
60|
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Lock-up, Coal Creek.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender
for a two-cell and offlce Lock-up," will1
be received by the Hon. Minister of
Public Works up to noon of Thursday,
the 30th day of September, 1909, for
the erection and completion of a two-
cell and offlce lock-up at Coal Creek,
in the Fernie Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract ana
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 13th day of September, 1909,
at the offlce of the Government Agent
at Nelson; the Government Agent at
Fernie, and at the Department of Public Works, Victoria, B.C.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank o£
Canada, made payable to the Hon. the
Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the amount
of the tender, which shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do-
so, or if he fail to complete the work
contracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless,
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes-
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
F.  C.  GAMBLE,
Public  Works  Engineer.]
Public Works  Department,
Victoria, B.C., 8th September, 1909.
sep 11
WATER  NOTICE. 55|
NOTICE is hereby given that ann application  will   be  made under  Part  V.l
of the  "Water Act,  1909,"  to obtain  al
licence in the Division!
of District.
(a) The name, address and occupation]
of the applicant H. W. E. Canavan, Consulting Engineer,  No.  10 Mahon Building, Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner'sl
Certificate No.  .
(b) The name of the lake, stream orl
source (If unnamed, the description is) J
Small Creek, flowing into Lagoon onl
Section 60, Esquimalt District, from thel
west.
(c) The point of diversion is about |
3,200 ft. up stream from tide water.
(d) The quantity of water applied fori
(In cubic feet per second) four cubic |
feet per second.
(e) The character of the proposed!
works: Small dam and pipes carrying!
water to quarry on Lot 4, Esquimalt!
District. '
(f) The premises on which the water!
is to be used (describe name) 20 acre!
lease on the north sea front of Sec. 49,1
Esquimalt District.
(g) The purposes for which the water!
is to be used: Domestic and steam]
boiler at Stone Quarry.
(h) If for irrigation describe the land!
Intended to be irrigated, giving acreage!
(i) If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes describe the
place where the water is to be returned
to some natural channel, and the difference in altitude between point of
diversion and point of return: Into sea
on Lot 49 about 80 ft. difference in
altitude.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the
sixteenth day of August, 1909, and application will bo made to the Commissioner on the thirtieth day of September,  1909.
(1) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet (No riparian
proprietors or licensees).
F. R. SARGISON,
Agent for H. W. E. Canavan,
760 Bay St., Victoria,'B.C.
sept 2
NEW
SUBSCRIBERS
Are respectfully requested
to write their name and
address plainly when sending in their subscription.
One Dollar a year delivered anywhere.

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