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Condensed Milk and Canning Coy, Heintzman's Pianos.
Remington Standard Type Writer. Anglo-Nevada Assurance.    Corporation of San Francisco.
Office of the Canadian Anthracite Coal Co., Vancouver, B.C.
C. a JOHNSON, Notary Public. A. O. LEASK.
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CORRESPONDENCE   SOLICITED.
WM. BLACKMORE,
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VANCOUVER CITY
1888
Compiled for R. T. Williams
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Complete Business and General Directory of the
City of Vancouver,  B. C.
VICTORIA, R. T. WILLIAMS, PUBLISHER.
1888. PREFACE.
Considering the expense and difficulties of publishing a separate
Directory of this city every effort has been made that was possible,
to insure accuracy, and being the first work of the kind undertaken
in Vancouver, the indulgence of business people generally is requested, with the assurance that the next issue will no doubt be an improvement on this one. The price'is reasonable, and we trust that it
will be acceptable to the citizens generally.   .
Broad Street, Victoria, 1st March, 1888.
Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada in the year one thousand eight hundred
and eighty-eight, by R. T. Williams, in the office of the Minister of
Agriculture at Ottawa. Uangouvb^ B. @.
t^ITUATED on as extensive and wonderfully beautiful site for a
large city, as it is possible for one to conceive. The contour of
the land combined with the fact that the soil is of a light sandy
nature, naturally affords excellent drainage, which is one of the many
important advantages this growing place possesses. The general
view from any stand point is magnificent, and presents to the eye a
varied and beautiful sight. The more elevated portions overlook the
extensive land locked harbor to the eastward, while to the westward
is seen the roadstead of English Bay stretching far out towards the
Gulf of Georgia. The scenery is grand in every particular and is
sure to please the lover of mountain scenery or one seeking the many
other varied and beautiful scenes that are in succession, as it were,
in grand panoramic style placed before the delighted beholder. The
peninsula portion or Coal Harbor frontage is that on which the
greater part of this rapidly growing city is at present built, consisting
of a very large area almost divided by an extensive Arm of the sea
stretching inland from English Bay for a distance of nearly two
miles. This placid water named " False Creek " is extensively used
by mill owners for anchoring booms of logs in its secure land locked
waters and for manufacturing and saw mill sites and the extensive
works of the C. P. R. car shops and round houses. It is spanned by
two bridges, one abutting on Westminster avenue while the other is
the C. P. R. railway bridge connecting Vancouver proper with English
' Bay. The general progress of this city has been a surprise to many
and her growth in the future, if it is to be judged by that of the past
will be marvelous.
As early as 1882 the issue of the B. C. Directory for that year
predicted to a great extent the future progress that Burrard Inlet
would make and at this juncture the description then published is
very applicable and will bear repeating.
From Williams' B. C. Directory 188%-S.
" Burrard Inlet, the principal harbor of the mainland of British
Columbia, is situated some thirteen miles north of the entrance of
Fraser river, having for land marks, Point Grey on the south and
Point Atkinson on the north, on which latter a revolving light is
placed. The Inlet is the chief centre of the great lumber interests of
the New Westminster district. Of the different varieties of wood,
which are converted into lumber, here, we may mention the two which IV
HISTORY OF VANCOUVER  CITY.
make up the greater proportion, viz.: Douglas Fir (abies douglassi)
and Cedar (thuja gigantea). The former, which has gained a worldwide fame, for its great strength and durability under all tests, is the
staple article of the lumber trade on this coast, and is fortunately
very abundant. This tree grows from one hundred to three hundred
feet high, and reaches a diameter of eight feet or more. The principal ports of shipment are Australia, South America, China, Japan,
Sandwich Islands and South Africa. Besides sawn lumber, spars
form no inconsiderable part of the trade of this port. Until within the
last few years no systematic attempt has been made to utilize, as a
profitable industry, the vast number of fish found in these waters.
Recently, however, manufacturies are being established for procuring
the oil from herrings, oolachans and other fish which during the winter
and spring months, give employment to quite a number of white men
and Indians. But this industry is only in its infancy; and as salmon,
halibut, cod, whiting, smelt and torn cod are to be found here in no
inconsiderable numbers, with the increasing encouragement for new
enterprises which must necessarily follpw with increased population,
the export of fish, fish oil and fish guano, will doubtless take a
prominent part in the future trade of this port. Although Burrard
Inlet has for years played no second part as an industrial portion of
British Columbia, it has within the last year, received a new impetus,
from the fact that the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway has
been located here. The Inlet is twenty miles long from its mouth to
the head of the North Arm, and twelve miles to the head of the
South Arm; with a width, varying from one hundred and fifty yards
to two and a half miles, affording safe anchorage, over a greater part
of this area, for the largest ships afloat. Objection has been made to
Burrard Inlet as a harbor of easy access, from the fact that the tide
near its entrance marks as high as eight knots an hour, but this
rate is only attained at its strongest ebb, and it is not an unusual
thing for ships to come to anchor inside, aided by sail alone. The
scenery of Burrard Inlet is very tine, and a trip up the harbor,
especially if taken at the time of year (June) at which our observations were made, is one of varied interest. A range of mountains,
their sides for the greater part of their elevation densely covered with
the different varieties of forest trees peculiar to this northwest coast,
skirts the northern shore throughout. Towering above the surrounding heights of this range are the twin peaks whose snow covered
summits casting their shadows almost over Moodyville,' form a beautiful back ground to that little hive of industry. On the south the
country is comparatively level, and from the waters edge, as far back
as the eye can reach, stands the 'almost inpenetrable forest, the ever
changing colors of foliage, as the mountain breeze tosses it in and HISTORY  OF VANCOUVER CITY.
out of the sunlight, presenting a picture of rare sylvan beauty. On
coming through the narrow passage at its entrance, the harbor
stretches to a width of two and a half miles. To our right is Coal
Harbor with the town of *Granville on its eastern boundary, centrally
situated, containing a number of general stores, hotels and churches,
and occupying a level and beautiful spot connected by a good road
with New Westminster. A quarter of a mile further on is the establishment of the Hastings Saw Mill Company, with its incessant rattle
of machinery and clouds of escaping steam. Opposite, on the northern
bank, stands the white cottages and simple church of the Indian
(Catholic) Mission. Steaming on we pass, on the same side, the town
of Moodyville, where again the buzz of saws, the hum of innumerable
drums and pulleys, and the noise of shifting lumber as it sweeps
down the inclines through the ports of the different ships, greets our
ears. Three miles from *Granville, nestling among the green foliage
which skirts the southern bank, is the village of Hastings, from which
point a morning and evening line of stages carries the traveller across
the narrow peninsula to New Westminster, nine miles distant.
Passing Hastings, we almost immediately enter the second narrows,
and four miles further on, we reach the North Arm of the Inlet, a
stretch of water twelve miles long and from a quarter of a mile to
two miles wide. Along the shores of the North Arm few signs of
civilization are to be met with, and with the exception of one or two
settlers near its mouth, this portion of the Inlet remains in its almost
primitive wildness. On the 12th of June, 1792, Capt. George Vancouver on a voyage of discovery round the world, anchored his two
ships—the British sloop of war, "Discovery," and armed tender,
" Chatham "—in Birch bay and proceeded in o'pen boats to explore
the line of coast and waters to the north. Rounding Point Grey he
sailed up the Inlet to within half a league of its head, where, anchoring his boats for the night, he took possession in the name of the
British Government, calling it after Sir Harry Burrard of the navy.
A new state of things is about to be inaugurated; and taking into
consideration the fact, that a great city must necessarily mark the
western resting place of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and the amount
of trade and commerce which such a place will eventually create, and
as Burrard Inlet, with all its natural advantages, its wealth of lumber
and with an inexhaustable store of coal and iron within a few hours
sail, has been chosen for this location, it may not be drawing too
much on the imagination to picture its shores peopled with an eager
and active population. Two miles from the mouth of the North Arm,
we reach Port Moody, and looking back, an almost unbroken line of
sight, reaches to the mouth of the harbor ten miles away."
"Since named Vancouver.
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GENERAL  PROGRESS.
That which was written in 1882 has been realized to a great
extent and is only a question of a very short time when the whole
shore line of Burrard Inlet will be peopled with a vast population as
before predicted and Vancouver will extend so that Hastings (George
Black's) will be absorbed in the city proper just as the Hastings mill
site has at the present time. The writer visited Vancouver when it
was known as Granville and his visits have been yearly or more frequent since. Any one who has watched the progress of this prosperous
port of Canada on the Pacific cannot fail to be impressed with her
grand situation and every surrounding that help to make a great
city. The time will come in a very few years when the farmers on
the vast agricultural lands of the great prairie section will find an
outlet in Vancouver. This fact added to a quarter of a million acres
of Delta and other excellent lands at her very door, places her in a
most enviable position amongst the cities of this great North West.
GENERAL   PROGRESS.
There has been wonderful progress made throughout the city, as
the large expenditure will prove. It has been estimated that during
the past twelve months (1887) about $1,500,000 was expended in I
buildings, which is a most gratifying showing. The departure and
arrival of passengers and the almost constant noise of the moving
trains, both local and eastern, gives a busy appearance to Vancouver,
leaving twice a day for New Westminster, via Port Moody. The
distance by this route is about 25 miles, although in a direct line New
Westminster is only about 10 miles distant. Under the following
headings care has been used to do ample justice in describing the
many industries and general points of interest in and about the city.
The City was incorporated April 6th, 1886, and was fast becoming a place of great importance when the unfortunate and disastrous fire
occurred in the following June, devastating the entire city, leaving
only three houses remaining, but since then by the enterprise and
business energy of the citizens it has progressed with extraordinary
rapidity, until to-day, within twenty months of its destruction, there
now exists a city with an estimated population of 6,000 with over
1,000 houses, 40 miles of planked roads and sidewalks, a number of
extensive brick warehouses (wholesale and retail) and offices, the electric light and gas works, a city hall, a very effective system of drainage, its water works under construction, a well organized and equipped fire and hook ladder brigade, two iron foundries, six saw mills
all doing a lucrative business, soap works, lime kiln, three chartered
banks and one private bank, a large number of well-appointed hotels, GENERAL PROGRESS.
VII
several incorporated societies, five churches, including Episcopalian,
Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist, a public school, several
influential private schools, a public reading room and library, a well-
appointed opera house, and amidst all- this extraordinary commercial
progress the citizens have found means and time to enjoy their leisure
moments in the formation of rowing, cricket, football, chess and amateur dramatic clubs, all being largely supported, and a recreation
ground. The corporation is now laying out an extensive park where
one can enjoy the delightful climate and picturesque surrounding
scenery. A site on Carnbie street for the Jubilee Hospital has been
purchased by the Council and shortly will be commenced a handsome
structure worthy  of  the newly  created city,  at a cost of $25,000.
The medical officer of the Board of Health, Dr. J. M. Lefevre, in
his fiscal report for the year 1887, shows conclusively that the climate
of Vancouver is salubrious.
Amongst the principal brick buildings completed may be mentioned the Post Office Block on Hastings street, where the business of the
post office is conducted, and also the real estate agency of Messrs. Ross
& Ceperley; the Wilson Block on Cordova street, occupied by several
commercial firms, the Tatlow Block, Mr. T. Dunns' store, Cordova
street, the Innes Block, Hastings street, the Lady Stephen's Block,
the London House on Cordova street, and Byrnes Block on Water
street, the Bank buildings on Hastings St., the C. P. R. Hotel on Granville street, the Hamilton & Wulffsohn block occupied by the .private
banking firm of Bewicke & Wulffsohn, amounting in all to about 41,
and others in course of erection. The following description of the
various manufactories and incorporate societies with the numerous
names in the directory—which is larger than that published in 1871,
which embraced the entire province—will show more adequately the
progress Vancouver has made since the calamity of 1886 :
MAYOR AND COUNCIL.
Mayor—David Oppenheimer. Councillors—(ward . one) Sam
Brighouse, John M. Lefever, (ward two) John Dougall. Joseph Humphries, (ward three) Henry Bell-Irving, Robert Clark, (ward four)
Richard H. Alexander, Joseph Mannion, (ward five) Isaac Oppenheimer, Robert Couth. City Clerk, Thos. F. McGuigan; Treasurer
and Assessor, G. F. Baldwin; Auditor, John Devine;' Engineer, J. P.
Lawson; Coroner, Dr. McGuigan; Police Magistrate and City Solicitor, T. T. Black.    Offices in City Hall, Powell Street.
The following loans have been contracted by the Council:
$150,000 borrowed at 6 per cent., floated at par for street
improvements, hospital, fire department and sewerage ; $20,000 at 6^ per
cent, floated at par for constructing a driving  park  seven or eight
J Till
GENERAL  PROGRESS.
miles round the Inlet.    To  the  present  time $60,000 have been ex
expended in streets and   roads   (40  miles of   plankling), $10,000 in
grading and gravelling, $25,000 in sewerage, $15,000 for the fire department, including building, engines, etc., and $5,000 for the City
Hall.
The Council have voted $25,000 as a bonus for the erection of
smelting works. Several applications are now being considered.
The Council have also exempted from taxation for the period of thirty
years the extensive works of the C. P. R., and for a period of ten
years the Vancouver City Iron Works.
The City's Assessment.—-The following information is taken from
the report submitted to the Council February 6th, 1888, by the Assessment Commissioner, Mr. George F. Baldwin: Real property,
$3,471,245 ; personal property, $204,660; total, $3,675,905. An increase of nearly $1,000,000 over last year.' The population, as
near as can be ascertained, is 6,085.
Vancouver Water Works.—First survey December, 1885. Incorporated April, 1886. This company have just commenced the
construction of the water works and the contract is given to Messrs.
Keefer & McGillivray. Directors: Hon. J. W. Trutch, C. M G.,
Thos. Earle, John Irving, R. P. Rithet, D. M. Eberts ; secretary-treasurer, J. W. McFarland; solicitor, D. M. Eberts, Esq.; chief engineer,
G. A. Keefer, M. I. C E.; resident engineer, H B. Smith, C. E. Offices
Alexander street, Vancouver. Capital stock $250,000. Water is being
taken from Capilano river, 6J miles north of the first narrows of Burrard Inlet. At this point a dam 360 feet long and 15 feet above bed
of river will be constructed, forming a magnificent reservoir. From
the dam the water will be conveyed a distance of 2| miles by a 22-inch
steel rivetted main. This 22-inch pipe will connect with a 16-inch
steel rivetted main which will carry the water to the first Narrows.
The crossing of the Narrows will be effected by means of Ward's
flexible cast iron pipes; two parallel rows twelve inches in
diameter and 1J inches thick will be laid on the bottom of the Inlet.
A 16-inch steel-rivetted main will connect on the south side of the
Narrows, which will carry the water across the Government Reserve
and along the centre of Georgia street to Granville street, which will
be the central point of distribution. The distributive system has been
designed by Thos C. Keefer, C. E. C. M. G, the highest authority on
waterworks in Canada and the United States, thus insuring a perfect
fire and water service throughout the whole city, It is contemplated
to lay, as a commencement, 8| miles of distribution, and as many
hydrants as may be desired. The elevation of the reservoir on
Capilano river will be 417J feet above high-water mark of Burrard GENERAL PROGRESS.
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Inlet. The average level of the city is 100 feet above high-water
mark, the extreme height south of False creek being 200 feet. The
south mains will be capable of discharging three and-a-half millions of
gallons daily in the centre of the city. It will thus be seen that a
fire service unequalled anywhere in Canada or the United States will
be provided. The water is of unexceptionable quality, being clear,
cold and entirely free from any animal, vegetable or mineral impurities. The supply is unfailing, the river discharging, at lowest known
water, 440,000,000 gallons daily. This magnificent scheme for the
water supply of the Terminal City was originated by G. A. Keefer,
M. I. C. E., and under his skillful supervision, assisted by Mr. H.
B. Smith, C. E., the whole of the details of this great engineering
undertaking have been successfully arranged. It is expected that
water will he distributed throughout the city by the middle of June,
1888.
Sewerage.—The system of sewerage adopted in Vancouver is
that generally known as the ?" Separate Sj^stem," i. e., the sewers are
constructed for the purpose of carrying the fluid and feculent waters
from dwellings, and are not intended to convey surface or sub-soil
waters, which can be more easily and cheaply disposed of by other
means. In designing the work the future was not forgotten, but a
thorough and comprehensive system for the whole city was adopted,
of which the sewers now laid will, without alteration, ultimately become a part. The outlet and manholes are permanent works built in
concrete. The sewers are of timber which will when necessary be
replaced with vitrified pipe. The timber will last in all probability
ten years, perhaps much longer. From the manner in which they
have been constructed and laid, the sewers are perfectly water tight,
while as regards the flow in them the principle of the egg-shaped
sewer has been acted upon. Provision has also been made for automatically flushing them from end to end daily or oftener if necessary.
The sewage is finally discharged into Burrard Inlet through a cast
iron pipe, 360 feet long, at a point beneath the surface, and about 50
feet beyond extreme low water mark. The works were designed by
Mr. E. Mohun, M. Con. Soc. C. E., under whose supervision they have
been executed.
Board of Trade.—Office Carroll street. Incorporated November, 1887. David Oppenheimer, President; Thomas Dunn, Vice-
President ; John Devine, Secretary.    About fifty members.
County Court.—Hon. Mr. Justice McCreight;  office City Hall.
Registrar, C G.  Johnson, office  Condova street  west.
Barker, office 230 Cordova street.
Bailiff, R. X
GENERAL PROGRESS.
Fire Department—Station, Water Street—President,F. Upham;
Chief, J. H. Carlisle; Assistant Chief, J. G. Garvin; Foreman No. 1
Hose,     R.     Rutherford.;    No.    2,    J.   Matier;     Engineer,   A.   M.
Cameron
zie:    One   steamer,
gallons   per   minut
Secretary,   Thos.
Beckett; Treasurer, A. B. McKen-
by J. B; Ronald, of Ontario; capacity 40
; 2,500 feet hose, 4 hose carts, 21 hook,
and ladders complete, with a span of horses. The station is a
two-story frame building, 24x34, the hook and ladder adjoining.
On the first floor is the Foreman's hall with sleeping accomodation for twelve men. Number of member?, sixty. In
connection with this hall it is proposed to have a library
with the various papers for the use of members, and towards
which Mr. David Oppenheimer has given a handsome gift of books.
During the past 12 months the brigade have been called to seven fires
and five false alarms, with numerous bush fires.
Police—Station and Office, Powell Street—Superintendent, J. M.
Stewart; Sergeant, J. McLaren ; Officers, V. W. Haywood, J. Abray ;
Special Officer, Havilock Fife. Cost of maintenance, about $6,000;
receipts from fines, $3,500; average number of cases before the Magistrate, 70 per month ; there are six cells in present building; it is
proposed to build more commodious buildings for the staff, &c, during the present year.
AMUSEMENTS.
Hart's Opera House—Situate on Carrol street, between Dupont
and False creek, is capable of seating 800 persons; F. M. Hart, manager. The Rolling Rink, 60x120, is combined with the above, where
250 pairs of roller skates are always ready for hire. The Salvation
Army also holds its nightly meetings in this building.
The Amateur Dramatic Club—Membership about 10Q. Treasurer, Rev. H. F. Clinton; Secretary, J. M. T. Weaver.
The Crtcket Club—With about 70 members. This club practises on the recreation ground between Beaty and Cambie streets of
about 3J acres presented to the city for the period of 10 years by the
C. P. R.    Mr. C. G. Johnson, secretary.
The Rowing Club—Numbering about 63 members, are building
for the coming season several first-class boats. The boat house is
36x56, the club room being beautifully and comfortably fitted up for
the convenience of the members. H. Abbott, president; A. O. Leask,
secretary.
Boating—There is every facility for the inhabitants to enjoy
this healthful recreation on the inlet and also on False creek. On the
inlet Messrs. Shaw & Linton have a quantity of first-class boats for GENERAL PROGRESS.
hire at the rate varying from $1 to $1.50 per. day, or 25 cents per
hour.
Buggy Riding.—The various liveries supply at a moment's notice
a very neat turn-out, second to none in the Province, at prices varying
from $6.00 per day and $3.50 per half day, and for $3.00 one can enjoy for a day the pleasures of riding—$2.00 for half day.
BANKS.
The Bank of British Columbia—Was the first bank established
in Vancouver; Victoria being the head office for British Columbia.
Manager in Vancouver J C. Keith. Capital, £500,000, in 25 000
shares of £20 each.    This bank grants letters of credit and drafts on
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its branches in California, Oregon and British Columbia, and at the
branches advances and discount are negotiated at current rates, and
drafts on all parts of the world are issued.
Bank of Montreal.—Established 1818. Capital all paid up.
Head office at Montreal. Established in Vancouver August 1, 1887.
Two-storey brick building on Hastings street. Manager in Vancouver, C. Sweeny. This bank has branches in various parts of
Canada and issue circular notes and letters of credit for travellers
available in all parts of the world.
Bank of British North America.—Established in Vancouver
August 15th, 1887. C. E. Taylor, Manager. Paid up capital $5,000,000.
Office corner Carroll and Cordova streets. Conducts a general banking
business and also issue circular notes for travellers available in all
parts of the world.
Bewicke & Wulffsohn have just commenced business in a handsome brick building on Cordova, street, as Private Bankers, and in
connection therewith a real estate business; also stock-broking, insurance agents, &c. This firm have correspondents and agencies in all
the principal cities of England, Europe, &c, &c.
BREWERIES.
Vancouver Brewery.—Charles Doering, proprietor. Situated
on Scotia Street and Seventh Avenue Have lately erected a most substantial brewery; in fact the largest on the Pacific Coast, replete with
machinery furnished by the Albion Iron Works, capable of brewing
over 1,500 gallons a day. The cellars contain seven large yats holding 480 gallons each, with malt grinders, large granaries, five cleari-
fiers and coolers and elevator and all the latest improvements required to carry on an extensive trade. The brewery also has a large bottling establishment in connection therewith. :n
GENERAL PROGRESS.
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Mainland  Brewery.—R.   Riesterer,   proprietor;   situated   on
False Creek, is a building 30x60, and brews about 400 gallons daily.
City BREWERY.^Hastings St. West, facing the Inlet, has just been
completed and is fitted up with all modern improvements in machinery and complete outfit for doing an extensive business.
CHURCHES.
Episcopalian—Dedicated to St. James, corner Gore avenue and
Oppenheimer street. Rebuilt after the fire, at a cost of about $4,000,
on ground presented by the C. P. R. Seating accommodation 250.
Sunday school held in church.    Rector, Rev. H. F. Clinton.
Catholic Church—Of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary; Richard
street. Rev. Father Fay. Seating capacity over 200; average attendance 180.
Presbyterian—Oppenheimer street. Rev. T. G. Thomson, pastor.
Seating accommodation 350.    Sunday School, average attendance 112.
Methodist Church—Water Street. Pastor, Rev. E\ Robson,
President of the B. C. Conference. Seating capacity 250. Parsonage,
Homer street.
Baptist Chapel—Westminster avenue. Rev. J. B. Kennedy,
pastor. Seating capacity 150. Will shortly erect a larger Chapel,
when the present one will be used as a school.
The Cemetery—Is about three miles from the city on the North
Arm of the Fraser.
CUSTOM HOUSE.
Occupies offices in brick building at the corner of Granville and
Hastings streets. Collector, J. M. Bowell; Chief Clerk, I. Johns;
Statistic Clerk, A. H. Nesbitt; Chief Landing Waiter, Geo; C. Webster ;
Landing Waiters, J. Humphries, R. B. McDonald.
Statement of duties paid and value of goods imported for three
months ending December, 31st, 1887, at Vancouver : Value of dutiable goods, $44,804.00; value of free goods, $37,854.00; duties collected, $11,760,93 ; value of exports, $109,115.00.
The quantity of transit passing over the C. P. R. causes an
excessive amount of labor and attention to the small staff in the
office. Number of vessels entered the harbor for 3 months ending
September 30th, was 68.
COMPANIES,.
The Vancouver Electric Illuminating Company, Limited.—
Offices, Alexander street.- Incorporated January 20th, 1887. Capital
Stock $35,000 in 1400 shares of $25 each. Sec.-Treas., pro tern, J. W.
McFarland.    F. V. Nicholls, Manager.    This  company  have erected general progress.
XIII
a substantial brick building near Hastings street, between Carrol and
Cambie, and have at present one boiler of 100 horse power driving
one of Armington & Sims' high speed engines of 90 horse power.
Two dynamoes (Edison), one for the municipal or high tension sys-
\ tern of incandescent lighting for outside lamps, capable of maintaining
250 lights of 20-candle power each, 60 of which are distributed
through  the  various  streets, 30 on the wharf and the remainder by
| private consumers. The other dynamo (No. 10) is used exclusively
for inside lighting and maintains 250 lights of 16-candle power each.
These lights are all taken up and the company have on the road another No. 10 dynamo, so great is the demand for the electric light in
I this city.
Dominion Express Company.—Chief office, Toronto. W. S.
Stout, Superintendent. Assistant superintendent in Vancouver, G.
Ford. During the past twelve months the business has increased over
100 per cent. From each China vessel the average number of
packages distributed over Canada and the United States are 150.
Vancouver Gas Co. (Limited)—G. L. Milne, M. D., President.
Directors : A. A. Green, Victoria; C. D. Rand, Secretary-Treasurer ;
! Engineer, W. Thomas. Capital $150,000. Brick building, Hastings
j street, 86x33. Length of pipes at present laid 12,000 feet; about three
I miles extra will be added during the coming year. Gas-holder eapac-
; ity 33,000 feet. The quantity of gas capable of being supplied
; during the twelve months will be about ten million cubit feet.
Vancouver Wharfage and Storage Co. (Limited)—Incorpo-
i rated September 1886.    Capital, $25,000, in 500 shares of $50 each.
■  Trustees: James Leamy, chairman; Joseph Griffith, H.  F. Keefer, J.
|  O. Allen, E. McKendry.   J. W. McFarland, Secretary-Treasurer ; J. J..
j Blake, Solicitor.    Bankers, Bank of British Columbia, Vancouver.
Vancouver San Juan Lime Co. (Limited)—Office and works,
I Carrall street. Incorporated January, 1887. Capital stock, $30,000,
j in 600 shares of • $50 each. Secretary, F. C. Cotton ; President and
I Manager, R. W. Gordon. The lime is burnt on the premises and the
! rock imported from San Juan Island, United States.
FERRIES.
The Ferry Boat Nellie Taylor—Runs between Vancouver and
Moodyville, and can be hired for other places when required.
MooDYViLLE Steam Ferry Co. (Limited)—Carrying mails to
Moodyville.    J. P. McPhaiden, Manager.; offices, Moodyville.    Runs
I ferries at stated times during the day.    [See advertisement.]    Fare,
25 cents. XIV
general progress
HOTELS.
TheLeland House.—(For view of this hotel see advertisement.)
Is a three-story frame building occupying two lots on Hastings St.
in close proximity to the wharves, railway depot, custom house and
banks, having accommodation for 150 guests and is fitted up in first-
class style. The proprietors have lately added the fine brick building opposite their present establishment. White labor only employed.
Messrs. Prout & Insley proprietors.
The Dougall House.— John Dougall, proprietor. (For view of
this hotel see advertisement.) Is a frame 3-story building situated
on the corner of Cordova and Abbot streets, and can accommodate
about 80 guests. This house is also fitted up in first-class style, with
billiard hall, sample room and is lighted throughout by the electric
light.
The Gold House.—Is centrally located on Water street, .facing
the Inlet; 3-story frame building accommodating 100 guests, with
large sample, billiard and bath rooms and fire proof safe. Mrs. Gold,
proprietress.
The Stag and Pheasant.—On Water street, Charles Doering,
proprietor, is a frame 2-story building and can accommodate over 50
guests. In connection with the house are two splendid billiard
tables.    This hotel is an excellent one and the service is good.
The Burrard House.—Corner of Carroll and Cordova streets, is
a first-class hotel.    John Burrard, proprietor.
The Greyhound Hotel.—Messrs. Cole & Muschamp, proprietors, on Water street, have every convenience of accommodating
about eighty guests, with suits of rooms for large and small families.
Travelers seeking quiet and comfort will find this an excellent hotel.
C. P. R. Hotel.—A large stately building commanding a grand
view of Vancover city, will shortly be opened to the public.
Amongst other prominent and well-appointed hotels are the Carter House on Water street, Lewis Carter, proprietor. The Brunswick
on Hastings street, P. Carey, proprietor. Cosmopolitan, Cordova
street. The Northern, on Hastings street. The Sunnyside Hotel,
McGirr and McKinnon, proprietors, Water street, is a large comfortable hotel. The owners are old pioneers well known for their strict
business integrity. The Tremont on Carrol street and the Pacific on
Cordova street.
HOSPITAL.
The present hospital is a temporary frame building, with nine
beds. Steward, Owen Hughes. Sir George Stephen offered $2,000
towards the Vancouver hospital if erected at the south end of Burrard GENERAL PROGRESS.
XV
street, and the C. P. R. offered the site free. The Council, however,
declined the offer, as the site was not considered suitable, and purchased ten lots in block 28, at $250 each, where a laro-e and commodious hospital will shortly be erected.
NEWSPAPERS.
Daily News-Advertiser—Cotton & Gordon, proprietors. Published daily; well edited, and what may very correctly be termed a
live energetic paper in every sense. Well-written articles and neat
typographical work are the chief characteristics of the News-
Advertiser.
Vancouver Herald—Daily and Weekly editions. The Weekly
Herald was the first paper printed and published in Vancouver. The
first number was issued in January, 1886. The city was not then incorporated. The office was destroyed with the city in the great fire
on the 13th June of the same year Arrangements were made to
print a small weekly edition in the Columbian office, New Westminster, until a new plant and a building could be procured. It was
not till the latter part of August that the building and plant were
ready, and the first issue took place from the new office on the 3rd
September. The Weekly Herald was continued up to 1st of June,
1887, when a dailv edition was added.    Both are now issued regularlv
the corner of Hastings and Cambie streets,
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POST OFFICE.
Office, Hastings street; Postmaster, J. Mill
B.Miller; Money Order Clerk, A. Miller.-
creased during the past twelve months, $464
eastern and other parts, 850 letters. Average distributed in city, 800
letters ; 5 sacks papers. Money order business has increased during
the twelve months fully 50 per cent.
PRINTERS.
Herald Office—Newspaper and jobbing work. [See Newsp'rs.]
Mathison R., Junr.—Established July 1886.    Execute fine office,
law and commercial printing.
News Office—Jobbing in all branches.    [See Newspapers.]
PUBLIC READING ROOM.
On Cordova street, over T. Dunn's store, has lately been opened
for members by subscription of 50 cents monthly. The daily and
weekly papers from the east and British Columbia, with about twelve
monthlies, are regularly received. A library of 400 volumes has been
presented by the members of the Hastings' Institute. Ladies are admitted. A smoking room will shortly be added. Strangers
welcome.
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general progress.
SAW AND PLANING MILLS.
Royal City Planing Mills Co., Vancouver—A branch of
the firm of the same name in New Westminster, situated on False
creek, at south end of Carrall street. Mill building 310x66, boiler
room 24x40, engine room 20x80, blacksmith shop 20x24. Machinery:
One double rotary gang, saws 56 diam'., one resawer, three trimmers,
two planers, one shingle saw and jointer, one lath saw. Capacity,
40,000 feet lumber per day, 30,000 shingles, 10,000 laths ; one engine,
50-horsepower, one engine 80-horsepower, four boilers, one dry kiln
24x86. One sash and door factory containing 19 machines, building
210x50; one warehouse 36x100; one. boarding house 24x60. This
company manufacture all kinds of building material and house furnishings, and employ 100 men. They contemplate adding more machinery in the spring to both sawmill and factory; a blower to carry
the shavings from the planers to the burner being about the first to
be put in.
Commercial Mills, Sash and Door Factory.—These mills
have been in operation since 1886, and are owned by James
Leamy and George F. Kyle, both gentlemen being well and favorably known throughout British Columbia, having resided in the.
Province for some years. The mills are situated on the south shore
of False Creek, and the advantages for booming out logs at almost all
stages of the tide, are unequalled by any mill oh the coast. Besides
carrying on a general sawing business and manufacturing all kinds
of building material, this -firm with its usual enterprise has started to
erect a sash, door and blind factory on the opposite side of the creek
and directly across the stream from the mill, the land having lately
been purchased from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, and at
the present time all the foundations for factory, wharf and boiler
house have been completed, besides a switch which runs from the
main line of the C. P. R. directly in front of their building. This
will enable them to load directly from the saws and machinery on to
the cars, saving time, money and labor. The Commercial mill has
during the short time it has been in operation obtained a far greater
share of public patronage than that which usually falls to the lot of
new companies, when brought into competion with those who have
been longer established. This firm every week ship per rail to nearly all parts of the Northwest Territories and to the interior of British
Columbia, all kinds of building materia*!, bridge timber, shingles and
doors. In connection with their mills, the enterprising members of
this firm built and launched lately a steamer some 80 feet long which
does all the towing of logs and scows necessary for their business.
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who has had considerable experience in the inland waters of British
Columbia. The Commercial mills own some fine timber claims on the
North Coast, from which point all their logs are cut and towed to the
mills. The mills are supplied with all the latest and most modern
improvements, as well as labor-saving machinery.
Brunette Saw Mills—Of New Westminster, have a branch
office on Westminster avenue, carrying a full stock of all building
materials manufactured at their mills.    P. L. Gow, manager.
The Hastings Saw Mill Co.—Mr. R H. Alexander, manager.
This company's chief business is mostly foreign shipping, principally
to America, China and Australia. The outturn is above fifteen million
feet annually, having a daily capacity of 75,000 feet. The mill gives
employment to about 180 men, in addition to their logging camps—
one in English Bay and -two on Thurlow Island, about 130 miles
distant. The machinery consists of one circular double 60-inch saw,
one pony gang with 44-inch gate, lath and picket mill, one edger and
two planers, &c, &c.
Moodyville Saw Mill—Is situated at Moodyville and is the
most extensive north of Puget Sound. New machinery is being
erected which will increase the output over 25 per cent during the
next year. In connection with the mill is an hotel, store, reading
room and library and capacious dwellings for the employees.
Machinery: One engine 500-horse power, 11 boilers, and lighted by
ten electric (Brush) 20,000 candle-power and driven by water-power,
large double circular saw, re-sawing, edging, lath, picket, planers,
&c, &c. Employ 100 men, and about 100 employed at the logging
camps and 30'longshoremen engaged in loading and unloading. The
company has also a yard and wharf at Vancouver, on Water street,
under the superintendence of M. Matheson. The mill is owned by
Welch & Co., of San Francisco, and Welch, Rithet & Co. are their
agents in Victoria, while Mr. B. Springer makes a most efficient
manager at Moodyville.
Vancouver Saw and Planing Mills.—Situated on False Creek
at the foot of Granville street. Present, building 40x100 feet with
all the latest improvements in machinery for turning out rough and
dressed lumber, mouldings, etc. Employ about thirty hands and
shortly propose increasing the works and erecting more extensive
boilers and machinery. Although only started in June, the increase
of business necessitates this extension.    McKay &   Sweetman, props.
Shingle Mill.—G. F. Slater, manager. Situated on False creek.
Capacity 35,000 shingles daily, and is constantly increasing and adding new machinery. XVIII
GENERAL  PROGRESS.
SCHOOLS.
Public School.—Near corner of Oppenheimer and Jackson
streets. Two-story frame building 70x40 feet with four spacious
class rooms, built and furnished by the Government in January, 1887.
Supported by a poll tax of $3.00; non sectarian; enrollment, 164
boys and 145 girls , average attendance 230. Professor Henry Pott-
meyer, Principal; Alice Christie, first assistant; Margaret Hartney,
second assistant; Maggie Murchy, Monitor.
Private School.—Shenley House, Oppenheimer street, conducted by Miss Upton, assisted by the Rev. H. F. Clinton and several
efficient lady teachers in the French and music classes.
STEAM   SHIPS.
The Canadian Pacific Steam Ship Co.—Run daily steamers
(except Monday) between Victoria and Vancouver and Moodyville,
leaving Victoria at 2 a. m., and returning daily (except Monday) from
Vancouver on the arrival of the eastern express train.
Steamer Premier—Leaves Vancouver each Monday and Thursday at 14 o'clock for Port Townsend, Seattle and Tacoma, returning
from Tacoma each Tuesday and Friday at 14 o'clock. This fine
steamer's registered tonnage is 602, with a crew of 70 hands, fitted
up with all the most modern improvements and lighted throughout
with the electric light. The business between the Sound and Vancouver has, within the past twelve months, increased over 50 per cent.
Pacific Steam Ship Co.'s Steamers—Arrive and depart weekly
between Vancouver and.San Francisco. The value of goods passing
the Custom House by this route has doubled itself. The value of the
United States goods in transit for one trip of the Mexico in June last
amounted to $70,576.10.
China Steamers.—Steamers on this route arrive and depart from
Vancouver monthly. At present the steamer Parthia, 2,300 tons net
register, the Abyssinia, 2,500 tons, the Port Victor, 2,500 tons, and
the Port Augusta, 2,500 tons, are the only vessels on this newly established route. As the Australian trade is being developed a very
large business is anticipated. The Parthia on her last outward trip
(Nov. 10th) had a full cargo. The passenger traffic has been so great
that in each trip both inwards and outwards accommodation was With
difficulty found, and in one instance passengers were refused. The
company are building three large steamers, 4,000 tonnage each, which
when completed will be placed on this route. They will be fitted up
with all the most modern improvements. Capt. Webber, Cordova
street, is the acting agent in Vancouver. GENERAL  PROGRESS.
XIX
The Canadian Pacific Navigation Co.—This company also
run steamers from Victoria for New Westminster, Ladner's Landing
and Lulu Island on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, at 7 o'clock,
returning to Victoria Mondays at 12 o'clock, Wednesdays and Fridays
at 7 o'clock ; for Plumper's Pass from New Westminster Sunday at
I o'clock, returning Monday at 3 o'clock. Steamers for Hope and way
landings leave New Westminster every Wednesday ; for Chilliwhack
and way landings every Monday and Saturday at 7 a. m. The
steamer'Maude leaves Victoria for Alberni and Barclay Sound ports
once a month.
Northern Route.—A steamer leaves Victoria twice a month
for ports on the Northern Coast, from Alert Bay to Wrangle.
Portland (Oregon) Route.—The steamship Sardonyx  leaves
Victoria about twice each month for Portland direct.    Head  office,
Victoria.    Officers:   Capt.   John  Irving,  manager;  F.   W.  Vincent,
assistant manager; G. A. Carleton, general freight agent; Charles S.
Baxter, general passenger agent; Geo. Pullinger, clerk; F. J. Stephen,
clerk; A. J. Briggs, night agent; J. Griffiths, wharfinger; G. C. Harvey,
delivery clerk.
STAGES.
A stage calls at the various hotels for passengers to and from the
trains and boats. Also frequently from the railway station j to
False creek bridge. A stage from New Westminster arrives daily,
and returns about 1 p. m.    Fare, $1.00.
SOCIETIES.
A. 0. U. W.—Granville Lodge No. 29 meets second and fourth
Thursdays in each month, at Reefer's Hall.    Elliot H. King, Recorder.
I. O. 0. F— Vancouver Lodge No. 8. Organized July, 1887.
Meetings every Friday night in Masonic Hall, Cordova street, R. H.
Holmes, Secretary.
K. OF L.—Shaftesbury Assembly. Meetings Saturday night at
Sullivan's Hall, Cordova street.
Knights of Pythias.—Granville
Wednesday evening at Reefer's Hall.
St. George's Society—Meetings
John T. Adams, Secretary.
St. Andrew's and Caledonian Society.—Established July,
1887. Meetings first Thursday in each month at Gray's Hall,
Cordova street.   • M. L. Campbell, Secretary.
I. 0. G T— Vancouver No. 10.—Meetings every Friday at Sullivan's Hall, Cordova street.    Mr. Rounsefell, Secretary.
Lodge No. 3
John McAllister, C. G
first Monday of each
Meetings everv
month. XX
GENERAL progress.
R. T. AND T.—Pacific Council, No. 4. Meetings every Monday
at Sullivan's Hall, Cordova street.    G. W. Phipps, Secretary.
Masonic.—Mount Hermon, No. 7. Regular communications are
held on the Saturday nearest full moon in each month at 7.30, in the
Masonic Hall.    J. Little, Secretary; J. Van Bramer, Treasurer.
Y. M. C A.—J. M. Clute, President; W. C. Bell, Secretary. The
j Association numbers 110 members and have a well appointed reading
!  room and offices in Hastings street.
White Cross Army.—Vancouver Branch.    President, Reverend
E.  Robson; Vice  Presidents, Reverends Thomson, Clinton and Ken-
I  nedy ; Secretary, T. C. Gray ; Treasurer, Geo. Polly.   Established 1887.
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VANCOUVER PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
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"Fixes m all ttie "Rooms. v*~-  ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, &C,
Allen, T. O., coal & com. agent, cor. Cordova & Abbott sts.
Bailey, C. S., photographer, 113 Carroll st, res. Westminster ave.
Barker, R., removed to 230 Cordova st.
Barnes & Roy., removed to 26 Cordova st.
Barr, Chas., prop. Fountain saloon ; read, B. Wrede, prop.
Bell-Irving H., removed to 338 Cordova st.
Bingham, F. V., photographer, 113 Carroll St., res. Brunswick hotel.
Blackmore, W., architect, removed to 422 Cordova St., res. Howe st.
Blake & Muir, solicitors, removed to 1 Oppenheimer st.
Bodington, Miss, music teacher, 1 Howe st
Bradbury, S. F., Albion restaurant, 242 Water st.
Britannia hotel, prop. Grady, J. H., & Co., 173 Water st
Brown & Watts ; read, Brown, C. L., groceries, 5 Oppenheimer st.
Bruce, Jas., prop. Eagle hotel, Westminster ave.
Cameron, Miss, dressmaker, cor. Powell st and Gore ave.
Campbell, M L., " the tobacconist," 126 Cordova st, res. West. ave.
Costello, M., prop. Eagle hotel ; read, Bruce, J., prop.
Cates, Chas., H., capt SS. Rob. Kerr.
Cates, John, cook, SS. Rob. Kerr.
Chamberlin, C, builder, Cordova st.
Clowes, Mrs., dressmaker, 97 Cordova st
Cornish, John, real estate broker, 422 Cordova- st
C. P. R. News agency, Henry, G. W., prop., 532 Cordova st.
Creighton, W. D., (A. Godfrey & Co.)
Cummings, R., prop. Globe saloon ; read, Swanson, F., prop.
Davidson Bros., jewellers, Diamond hall, Cordova st.
Davis, Wm., (Edwards & Davis.)
Doering & Blum, Vancouver brewery ; read, Doering, C, prop.
Dorman, J., engineer, Van. Electric Co., res. Pender st.
Dow, W. H., Retreat saloon, prop.; read, Johnson, J. B.
Dufour, W., removed to 51 Cordova st.
Edwards & Davis, groceries, 109 Carroll st.
Eggert & Co., watchmakers, removed to 228 Cordova st
Fraser, Norman, Mrs. dressmaker 103 Oppenheimer st.
Gard, E., bar tender, Globe saloon.
Gilmore & Clark, clothiers, 26 Carroll st.
Godfrey, A., & Co., hardware (P.O. box 216), Wilson Block, Cordova st
Godfrey, A. (A. Godfrey & Co.)
Grady, J. H., & Co., prop. Britannia hotel, 173 Water st .
Grauer, Jacob, City market, 186 Cordova st. *a»
ADDITIONAL   NAMES,   ETC.'
Graveley & Barker, Real estate agents (P.O. box 281.)
Greenburg, H, second hand store, 81 Cordova st.
Hardiman, T. R., picture dealer & decorator, 522 Cordova st.
Henry, G. W., C. P. R. news agency, 532 Cordova st.
Hewton, J. W., salesman (Peoples market.)
Hill & McKinnon, carpenters & builders, Oppenheimer st.
Hill, John-B. (Hill & McKinnon.).
Holland, Jas. M. (Van. real estate), Cordova st
Houston, J., engineer  (electric),' Greyhound hotel.
Jackson, J, W., watchmaker & jeweller,  128 Cordova st ; res.   False
creek.
Johnson, J. B., prop. Retreat saloon, 69 Cordova st.
Johnson, P. J., bar tender (Gold house.)
Keefer & McGillivray, contractors, 11.8 Alexander st.
Maclean, M. A. & Co., real estate agents, Cordova st.
Masonick, I., tailor, removed to 17 Abbott st.
McKinnon, Thos. (Hill & McKinnon.)
McNeill, Mrs., Jeannie, private boarding house, 8 Cambie st.
I Mohun, E., civil engineer, Westminster ave.
Mowat, A. ]., accountant, Hastings saw mills ; read, Mouat, A. J.
j Noland, E., prop. Pacific hotel, 224 Cordova st.
j O'Neil, John, Palace restaurant, 224 Water st.
Ouellet, Geo. O , sewing machine manufacturer, 23 Carroll st.
Pacific Hotel, Noland, E., prop., 224 Cordova st.
Prest, T.,   real estate and insurance agent, 408 Cordova st.
Prout & Insley, props. Leland house, 522 Hastings st.
Scurry, H. T., barber, 25 Abbott st.
I Smith & Kidd, variety store, 23 Abbott st.
Straube, E., photographer, 113 Carroll st. res. Brunswick hotel.
Stewart, D., prop. Peoples market, 118 Carroll st.
Tatlow, R. G. & Co., removed to 338 Cordova st.
Wulffsohn, J., (Bewicke & Wulffsohn), res. Sunset cottage, Hastings st. w.
Johnson St.
Victoria, B. C.
Half Block from Depot,
$1 per day and upcaards, Jieculy Furnished throughout.
Three story briek building, fire proof safe.
Berryman & Bossi,      -       -       -      -      Proprietors. VANCOUVER CITY DIRECTORY,
■Abbott,, H , gen. supt west division C.P.R., res. Hastings st.
ABRAMS & MCKENZIE, furniture dealers, crockery, &c, Cordova st.
Abrams & McLean, clothiers, Carroll st.
Abrams, John, (Abrams & McKenzie) res. Carroll st
Abrams, John, Tremont hotel, prop., Carroll st.
Abray, J., police officer, res. Hastings st.
Adams, F. C, Mrs., Powell st.
Adams, H. T., Oppenheimer st.
Adams, JohnS., professor of music, Hastings st
Adams. John S., Music and pianoforte gallery, Hastings st.
Adams, Miss, tailoress, (Murphy, Wm.)
Adams, Miss I., Private school, Hastings st.
Ahearn, M., carpenter. Park avenue.
Aiken. Robt, fitter, C.P.R.
Albut, A., butcher, Richmond house.
Alcock, A. J., laborer, C.P.R.
Alcock, T. C., carpenter, Hastings st.
Alcock, W. G. vet. surgeon, Hastings st.
Alcock, Misses, dressmakers, Hastings st.
Aldows, George, cook, R.C.P. mills.
Allan, G. L. Boot and shoe store, Cordova st
Allan, James, brakesman, Royal hotel.
Allan, J. O., res. Burrard house
Allan, N., Edinburgh hotel, prop., Water st.
Allan, J., switchman, C.P.R.
Allan, W. D., clerk, (Allan, G. L.)
Allan, W. F, Hastings st.
Allen, Rich, millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Allen, J., Switchman, C. P. R,
Allen, T. O, Coal and Commission agent.
Alexander, F. W., clerk (T, Dunn & Coy) Cordova st.
Alexander, R. H., manager, Hastings saw mills.
Alexander, R. H. H., 2nd foreman, Hastings saw mills.
Ambridge, W. F, Howe st.
Ammon, A., carpenter, Dupont st.
Anderson, Alfred, cook, (Walker & Swain).
Anderson, A., foreman, Daily news advertiser.
Anderson, A. T., printer, (News advertiser) res. Harris st.
Anderson, B., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Anderson, J., planer marker (Hastings saw mills.) VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
Anderson, T., logger, Seymour st.
Andrew, Thos., carpenter, Westminster avenue.
Andrews, J., hawker, Regina hotel.
Andrews, James, carpenter, Harris st.
Angus, R., clerk, C.P.R, Gen. supt office.
Ansen, E., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Aptakar, H, Second-hand store, Abbott st
Archer, S., Stag and pheasant.
Archer, W. C, clerk (Hudson bay co )
Arlington Hotel, Pinord, J., prop, Pender st
Arkell, Henry, produce and commission agent, Cordova st.
Armstrong, John, machinist, C.P.R.
Armstrong, J., carpenter, (Northern hotel.)
Armstrong, J. W., patternmaker/ C:P.R.
Aimstrong, L. H. S., engine-cleaner, C.P.R.
Armstrong, Thos., laborer, (Northern hotel.)
.Armstrong, W. H, road-maker, Oppenheimer st
Ash, John, carpenter (Irving & Strahan.)
Askew, Chas., messenger, Hudson bay coy.
Astell, J., blacksmith helper, C.P.R.
Astell, J. S., engine-cleaner, C.P.R.
Astell, S., carpenter, C.P.R.
Atherton, C. H, secy, to master mechanic, C.P.R.
Atkin, Frank, laborer (Royal hotel.)
Atkinson, Peter,, miller, Westminster avenue.
Austin, John, Bridge hotel, proprietor, Westminster avenue.
Babbington, J. B., estate agent,- ioth avenue.
Backley, H., clerk, C.P.R. §
Bailey, Professor, dancing master, Hastings st
Baker, Frank, stevedore, Alexander st.
Baldwin, G. F., city treasurer, Westminster avenue.
Balfour, R., bridge inspectoi (Burrard house.)
Ball, Wm„ glazier (RC.P. mills.)
Ballan, J., carpenter, C.P.R.
Ballinger, Wm., laborer, Pender st.
Balloon, H. G, carpenter, Hastings st.
Balmain, J., carpenter, C.P.R.
Baly, W., brakesman, C.P.R
Banham, A., butcher (Van Volkenburg Bros.)
Bank B. N. America, C. E. Taylor, manager, Carroll st
Bank of British Columbia. J. C. Keith, manager, Hastings st.
Bank.of Montreal, C. Sweeny, manager, Hastings st.
Baptist Chapel, Westminster ave., Rev. Jas. B. Kennedy, pastor.
Barker, Ernest E.  real estate agent, Georgia st. VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
Barker, J. A., tinsmith, C.P.R.
Barker, Robt., real estate agent, Abbott st.
Barker, Robt, plasterer, The beach.
Barker, W. J., Hastings st
Barnes & ROY, Pork, market, Water st
Barnes, Charles (Barnes & Roy), Water st.
Barnes, Geo., Carroll st
Barnett, Jno., sub contractor, Cleveland hotel.
Barnctt, Thos. E., foreman repairing shop, C.P.R.
Barnhart, B. A., pass, conductor, C.P.R.
Barr, Charles, Fountain saloon, prop., Cordova st
Barrington, A., millhand, (Hastings saw mills.)
Barron, E., carpenter, Granville hotel.
Barthel, Herman, manager, Gambrinus' saloon, Water st.
Barthel, J., stone mason, Cleveland hotel.
Battison, Wm., millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Baxter, James, blacksmith, Richmond house.
Bayley, Thos., millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Beattie, A. M., auctioneer and estate agent, Cordova st.
Beatty, J. J., tinsmith, Columbia avenue.
Beatty, John, lumberman, Abbott st.
Beatty, T. J., bridge builder, Powell st
Beatty, Wm., laborer, Winnipeg hotel.
Beaumont, Alfred, Palace restaurant, prop., Water st
Beavcn, Thos., laborer, Homer st.
Beaven, W. J., clerk, Bank of Montreal.
Beavis, Wm., blacksmith and carriage maker, Hastings st.
Beck, A. E. law student (J. Boultbee) res. Dougall house,
Beckett, Thos,, painter and secy, fire brigade, Regina hotel
Beckingsale, D. L., M.D., surgeon, res.Cambic st.
Beckwith, C, repairer, C.P.R.
Behnscn, C. L., manager (Kurtz & Co.), Abbott st
Belarg* r. L , carpenter, Trounce alley.
Bell, F. G., ( M. A. Beny & Co.), res. Carroll st.
Bell, J., laborer, C.P.R.
Bell-living, 11 , civil engineer, Cambie st, res. Alex. st.
Bell, L. M , stat. engineer, C.P.R. hotel.
Bell, Robert, carpenter, Prior st
Bell, W. C, carpenter, Pender st.
Belond, L. G., manager Vancouver soap works, Prior st.
Bennet, M., Japanese goods emporium, Cordova st.
Bennett, G., painter, C.P.R.
Bennie, T., brakesman, C.P.R.
Benson, R., cigar maker (Kurtz & Co.) BERRY, H. A., & Coy, truck and dray, Cordova st.
Berry, H. A. (Berry, H. A.,. & Coy.) res. Harris st.
Bevan, W. J., Montreal bank.
Bewicke & Wulffsohn, bankers-and Financial agents, Cordova st.
Bewicke, P. H. (Bewicke & Wulffsohn) res. Sunset cot, Hastings st, w.
Biejere, A., loghauler, Hastings saw mill.
Biggar, D., millhand, RC.P. mills,
Biggar, D. R, teamster (H. A. Berry & Co.)
Bingham, Wm., engine cleaner, C.P.R.
Bissell, F, clerk, Home block, Cordova st.
Bizala, teamster (J. Scuitto.)
Black, A. S, clerk (Corbould & McColl) Cordova st.
Black, E. A., carpenter, Oppenheimer st.
Black, T. T., police magistrate and city solicitor, res. Seymour st.
BLACKMORE, Wm., architect and builder, Homer st.
Blair & Germain, proprietors, Terminus saloon, Water st.
Blair, Wm. (Blair & Germain) Water st.
Blake & Muir, solicitors, Cordova st.
Blake, J. J. (Blake & Muir) res. Richard st.
Blake, J., stevedore, Abbott st.
Blake, J. P., baker and confectioner, Carroll st.
Blake, Thos., laborer, C.P.R.
Blanchard, Grace, chambermaid, Dougall mouse.
Block, A. J., fitters assistant, C.P.R
Blomquist, A. J., sign writer, Trounce alley.
Blomquist, F M., sign writer, Trounce alley.
Blum, L. (Doering & Blum), Vancouver brewery
Blyth, Allan, Winnipeg hotel, proprietor, Water st.
Blyth, Henry, do.
Bodega Saloon (MacPherson, A. ]., proprietor) Carroll st
Bodington, Dr., physician & surgeon, office Cordova st, res. I Howest
BoDWELL, E. V„ real estate broker, Cambie St., res. Homer st.
Bod.well, F. V, clerk, C.P.R
BOEHLOFSKY, F A-, International restaurant, prop., Cordova st.
Bole, W. Norman, Q.C., M.P.P., barrister, Cordova st.
Bollenger, Wm., boiler maker assistant, C. P. R.
Bolson, A. G., carpenter, Richmond House.
Bolton, Charles M., Consulate, U. S,
Bone, John, carpenter, Carter House.
Bontole, J., carpenter, St Charles' Hotel.
Bonseil, Chas., machinist, Sunnyside Hotel.
BOUCHER, F. D., contractor and builder, Richard st.
Bouillon, Fred., band saw man, R C. P. mill.
Bouillon, Joseph, carpenter, Hastings st.
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Bouillon, Miss M., dressmaker, Hastings st.
BOULTBEE, J., barrister, cor. Cordova and Abbott sts. res. Oppenh'r st
Boultbee, W., apprentice, C. P. R.
Boutte, J., carpenter, St. Charles' Hotel.
Bowell, J. M., collector of customs, res. Home st
Boyd, G. L.; carpenter, Trounce Alley.
Boyd, T. H., contractor, res, Burrard House.
Bradbury, F. teamster, Sunnyside Hotel.
Brash, W., (Campbell & Brash) Cordova st
Brennan, W., laborer, Cleveland Hotel.
Brereton, C, J., carpenter, Howe st.
Brethour, C, moulder, Central Hotel.
Brewer, W. J., carpenter and builder, Carroll st
Brick, J. W., millhand, R. C. P. mills.
Bridge Hotel, Austin John, prop., Westminster ave.
Bridges, J., striker, C. P. R.
Bridgman, E. C, mariner Westminster ave.
Brine, A. J., dry goods, Cordova st
Brine, George, salesman (AC Thicke) Cordova st
Britton & McFARLANE, bakers and confectioners, Granville st
Britton, E. C, Britton & McFarlane.
Broad, S. V., American restaurant, White Swan, Seymour st,
BROCK, J. A. & Co., photographers, Cordova st
Brockie, A., (Jackson & Brockie.)
Broday, 1., millhand, R. C. P. mills.
Brouillet, A., carpenter, R.C.P. mills.
Brown & White, drygoods, Albion house, Carroll st
BROWN, D. E., District Freight and Passenger agent, C.P.R
Brown, C. L., (Watts and Brown.)
B
rown, D., millhand, R,C.P. mil
Brown, E A., boarding house, Granville st
Brown, G. M. I.., ticket agent, C. P. R
Brown, Henry, organist, Oppenheimer st.
Brown James, millhand, Hastings saw mills.
Brown, Jas., logger, Richmond house.
Brown, James, striker, C. P. R.
Brown, John, engineer, Columbia ave.
Brown, John, day watchman, Hastings saw mills.
Brown, John, stone mason, Seymour st.
Brown, Joseph, second hand clothier, Cordova st.
Brown, Picton C, Brown's market, Carroll st.
Brown, W. A., carpenter, Water st.
Brown., Wm., editor Evening Herald.
Brunette Saw Mills, Gow, D. L, manager, office Westminster ave. 6
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Brunswick .Hotel, P. Carey, prop., Hastings st.
Brymner, G. D., accountant, Bank of Montreal, res. Richard st
Bryson, C. G., clerk, (Russel, McDonald & Co.), Harris st.
Buckley, E. C, electrician, res. Burrard house.
Bunker, Alfred, groceries & provisions, cor Hastings & Granville st.
Bunning, D., carpenter, Union hotel.
Bunston, Chas., tinsmith, (R. E. Dodds.)
Burnaby, Mrs., waitress, Tremont hotel.
Burk, Wm., watchman, customs.
Burns, C, foreman, saw mill, R. C. P.
Burrard HOUSE, Martin, Wm, prop., Cordova st.
Busbridge, Geo, butcher, (VanVolkenburg Bros.)
Byers, W. A., carpenter, Royal hotel.
Byshe, F. W., shaving parlor, Carroll st.
Cadigan, Jas., striker, C. P. R.
Caldwell, J. A., millhand, Leamy & Kyle.
Calhoun, W. A., compositor, Daily News-Advertiser.
Callister, J., builder, Hastings st.
Callow, John, carpenter, Oppenheimer st.
Calori, A., restaurant keeper, Powell and Alexander sts.
Cambie, H. J., engineer in charge, C. P. R.
Cameron, A., clerk, freight and passenger, C. P. R.
Cameron, A. B., res. Edinboro' house.
Cameron, A. M., engineer, fire brigade; res. fire hall.
Cameron, J. W., (McDonald & Cameron) Brunswick house.
Cameron, J. W., engineer, R. C. P. mills.-
Campbell & Brash, saloon, Campbell's corner, Cordova st.
Campbell & Martin, bakers and confectioners, Abbott st.
Campbell, C, millhand, R.C.P. mills.
Campbell, D. G, (Campbell & Martin.)
Campbell, D., teamster, (Queen Bros.)
Campbell, G. W., shipping clerk, RC.P. mills.
Campbell, Hugh, teamster, (H. A. Berry & Co.)
Campbell, James, (Campbell & Brash), Cordova st.
Campbell, J., carpenter, Richard st.
Campbell, J. A., carpenter, Westminster avenue.
Campbell, J. W., fitter's assistant, C.P.R.
Campbell, M. L., accountant, (R Couth & Co.,) res. Westminster ave.
Campbell, M. S., (R Couth & Co.)
Camps, H., millhand, (Hastings Saw Mills.)
Canadian Pacific Railway, boarding house, Granville st.
Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel, Granville st
Canadian Pacific Railway, offices, Cordova st
Canning, J,, fruit merchant, Bay View, Cordova st., res. Pender st. VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY
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Carey, P., Brunswick Hotel, prop., Hastings st.
Cargill, W. & J. J., Tattersalls Livery stables, Trounce alley
Cargill, J. J., (W. & J. J. Cargill), res. Dunlevy ave.
Cargill, W., (W. & J. J. Cargill), res. Dunlevy ave.
Carlisle, J. H., chief Fire Brigade.
Carmichael, D., carpenter, Hastings st.
Carnahan, J., teamster, Westminster avenue.
Carrie, Thos., salesman (Tye & Co.)
Carriere, Joseph, carpenter, Richard st.
Carter, C. H., tallyman (Hastings saw mills.)
Carter House, Lewis Carter, proprietor, Water st.
Carter, John L, accountant (Carter house.)
CARTIER, H. J., watchmaker and jeweller, Carrol
Cartwright, J. proprietor Richmond house, Carrol
Cary, Geo., contractor, Hastings st.
Case, W. S., carpenter, Pender st.
Casey, J., bar tender, Bodega saloon.
Cash, S. A., car foreman, C.P.R
Casher, Charles, tinsmith, Park avenue.
Castile, John, contractor and carpenter, False creek.
Castile, W. H., carpenter, False creek.
Castile, W„ carpenter (Richmond house.)
Cates, L., baker (Britton & McFarlane.)
Catholic Church, Richard st. (Rev. Father Fay.)
Caulfield, E., foreman (Hastings saw mills.)
Caulfield, P., 2nd engineer (Hastings saw mills.)
Causer, H., waiter, Granville st
Central Hotel, Quann, Thos., proprietor, Cordova st
Ceperley, H. T. (Ross & Ceperley), res. Hastings st.
Chafey, W., carpenter (Hastings saw mills.)
Chapman, —, laborer (Union hotel.)
Charleston, D. B., C.P.R.
Charlton, Wm., carpenter, Jackson avenue.
Chase, Geo., foreman upholsterer (Hart, F. W.)
Chase, John, cabinetmaker (Dougall house.)
Chase, W. H, foreman (Leamy & Kyle.)
Chesley, C. H., mechanic, Westminster avenue.
Chipchase, R, carpenter (Greyhound Hotel.)
Chipman, G. F., clerk (Hudson bay coy.)
Choate, E., bridge inspector, C.P.R.
Christian, S., clerk, C.P.R.
Christian, S. V., clerk freight and passenger department, C. P. R.
Christie, Alice, Miss, teacher public school, res. Oppenheimer st
Christie, John, waiter (Dougall house.) 8
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Cinnamon, D., fitter, C.P.R.
City CLERK, T. F. McGuigan, City Hall, res. Cordova st.
City Engineer and Surveyor, J. P. Lawson, City hall, res, Powell st.
City Hall, Powell st
City Solicitor, T. T. Black, res. Seymour st.
City Treasurer and Assessor, G. F. Baldwin, city hall, res. West. av.
City Brewery, The, Hastings st. west
City Hotel, The, Desautels & Fairon, Powell st.
City Wharf, A. C. Thicke, Lessee.
Clair, G. clerk, (Kirchberg & Landsberg), Cordova st.
Clark, F. S., clerk, (Cowderoy Bros.,) res. Richard street.
Clark, D., assistant, Hayes & Mcintosh.
Clark, G., millhand, Hastings saw mills.
Clark, R., alderman, (Gilmour & Clark.
Clark, T. W., produce and commission merchant, Oppenheimer st.
Clark, Mrs. T. W., berlin wool and fancy goods, Cordova st.
Clarkson, J., painter, Pender st.
Clandening, James, contractor, Westminster ave.
Clandening, Tohn, journeyman, Westminster avenue.
Clegg, B., striker, C.P.R.
Clements, A., timekeeper, C P.R.
Clements, Capt, shipping agent, Alexander st.
Clements, John, building superintendent, C.P.R.
Cleveland Hotel, J. Johnston, proprietor, Water st
Cliff, A. A., checker, C.P.R.
Clinton, Rev. H. F., rector St. James' episcop. ch., Oppenheimer st.
Clinton, C. E. F., clerk, C P.R, Oppenheimer st.
Close, John, carpenter, Dupont st.
Close, Mrs., dressmaker, Dupont st.
Clough, Geo., assistant storekeeper (Hastings saw mills.)
| Clough, M. E., Mrs., Carroll st.
[ Clowes, John, carpenter (R.C.P. mills.)
Clute, J. S., & Co., dry goods, Hastings st
Clute, J. M. (J. S. Clute & Co.), res. cor. Hastings st. and West avenue
Clutterbuck, F., fireman, C.P.R.
Clutie, O., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Cochrane, W. B., axeman, C.P.R.
Codling, Joseph (Storer & Codling.)
COHEN, J., Cosmopolitan hotel, cor. Cordova and Abbott sts.
CoLE & MUSCHAMP, props. Greyhound hotel, Water st.
Cole, H. (Cole & Muschamp), Water st
Coles, F. N, secy. gen. supt, C.P.R.
Collins, C, teamster, Westminster ave.
Colliss, W., screw turner (RC.P. mills.)
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Commercial Mills, Leamy & Kyle, props., Carroll st.
Compton, Thos., striker, C. P. R.
Condell, T. H., financier, cor Homer and Cordova sts.
Conderu, Hugh, notion store, Westminster ave.
Conlombe, Chas., carpenter.
Connacher & McMillan, wholesale fruit and provisions, Cordova st
Connacher, Rob. (Connacher & McMillan.)
Connell. W.. bar tender (Leland house.)
Conner, S. R., teamster.
Connon, Harry E., agent, C.P.R.
Cook, Alf, painter, Oppenheimer st.
Cook, Ed., contractor, Hastings st.
Cook, Jas., fitters' assistant, C.P.R.
Cook, R H., carpenter, False creek.
COOK, W. S., truck and dray stables, Dupont st
Coombs, Ed., laborer, 6th ave.
Cooney, D. G., millhand (R.C.P. mills.]
Cooper, W. A., painter, res. Trounce alley, Hastings st
CORBOULD & McCOLL, barristers and solicitors, Cordova st.
Corbould, G. E. (Corbould & McColl), Vancouver.
Cordiner, F., blacksmith, (Hastings saw mills.)
Cordiner, P., blacksmith (Hastings saw mills.)
Cornish, R J., clerk, C.P.R. pay roll department.
" Coroner," Dr. McGuigan, W. J., Wilson's block, Cordova st.
Cosmopolitan Hotel, J. Cohen, prop., Cordova st
Costello, J., clerk, Eagle hotel.
Costello, M., prop. Eagle hotel, Westminster ave.
Costello, M., messenger (J. Sehl.)
Coster, A., boot shiner, Cordova st
Cote, F., boom tender (Hastings saw mills.)
Cotton & Gordon, props. Daily news advertiser.
Cotton, F. C. (Cotton & Gordon.)
Coughlin, N., carpenter, C.P.R
Coughlin, T., fireman, C.P.R
Coughtrey, A. R, butcher (Van Volkenburg Bros.)
Coulligan, Frank, painter (Northern hotel.)
Coupland, J., produce merchant, Pender st.
Couth, R, & Coy., coal and produce merchants, Harris st
Couth, R. (R Couth & Coy), res. Westminster ave.    [block, Cordova st.
CowDEROY Bros., dry goods and groceries, London house and Grant's
Cowderoy, J. J. (Cowderoy Bros.), Cordova st.
Cowderoy, Wm. (Cowderoy Bros.), res. Alexander st.
Cox, G., master mariner, cor. Oppenheimer st and Carl ave.
Crabb John, messenger, Bank B. C. fea.
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Craig, R, carpenter (RC.P. mills.)
Crandal, Miss, dry goods and fancy store, Westminster ave.
Crandal, N., millhand (RC.P. mills.)
Crauford, Joseph (Van. shingle mdls.)
Crauford, Thos (Van. shingle mills.)
Crawford, T, watchman, C.P.R.
Crawley, James, foreman (Cleveland hotel.)
Crees, L, millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Crocker, Hugh G. (J. Sehl), res. cor. Powell st, and Westminster ave.
Crook, Chas., fireman, res. Hambrook B. house.
Crook, J., engine cleaner, C P.R.
Crosbie, F., foreman sewers, (Cleveland hotel.)
Crotteau, Eugene, clerk (Vancouver wine coy.), Cordova st.
Crow, John, cigar maker (Kurtz), Abbott st.
Crown, J. N., waiter, Greyhound hotel.
Crumer, W. H. carpenter (White swan hotel.)
Cullan, Wm., laborer, Hastings st.
CUMMINGS, R, Globe saloon, Cordova st
Currie, Henry, laborer, C.P.R.
Curry, M., laborer, Seymour st.
Curtis, Geo., painter, C.P.R.
CURTIS, John, saloon and general store, Pender st.
Custom HOUSE, cor. of Granville and Hastings sts.
Dale, J., carpenter, (Edinboro' house.)
Dale, G. P., laborer, C.P.R., Cordova st.
Dana, A. J., assistant purchasing dept, C,P.R.
j Dansereau, L., clerk (F. X. Martin.)
I Darrell, R., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
; Davey, E., plasterer, Beattie st.
Davidson, J. R, Mrs., Private boarding house, Abbott st
Davies, Wm., machinist, C.P.R. .
I Davis, J., millwright (Granville hotel.)
Davis, W. J., stone mason, Hastings st.
I Davis, W , pass, conductor, C.P.R.
j De Domeng, C, fitter, C.P.R
j De Jardin, J., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
De Jardin, T., laborer (Gambrinus' saloon.)
j De Witt, J. W., brewer (City brewery.)
\ De Witt, John, carpenter (Greyhound hotel.)
• Deacon, G., car repairer, C.P.R.
: Dell, E , carpenter,  Powell st.
j Dell, W, lumberman, Powell st.
: Dempsey, John, sawyer (Hastings saw mills.)
Derraugh,
A. F (Murchison & I
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Desautels 8c Fairon, props. City hotel, Powell st.
Desautels, R G. (Desautels & Fairon.)
Des Busary, Jas., machinist, C.P.R.
Desormiers, Chas., Dupont st
Devine, H. T., photographer (Brock & Co.), Cordova st.
Devine, John, accountant and general agent, Cordova st.
Dickson, Chas., bricklayer (Northern hotel).
Dickson, R. D., cook (Burrard house.)
Dillen, Chas. millhand (Leamy & Kyle.) [Cordova st
DiPLOCK, A. B., & COY-, indent and com. merhts. and agents, Bay view,
Discombe, J., assist chef. (Gold house.)
Disney, E., carpenter, Harris st
Dixon, R., caretaker, Richard st.
Dodds, R. E , hardware and stoves, Carroll st.
Doering, Chas., prop., Stag and Pheasant, Water st
Doering & Blum, Van. breweiy, Seotia st.
Doig, Jas , freight conductor, C.P.R
Doig, Wm., section foreman, C.P.R
Dominion Express Coy, offices railway station.
Dorman, J., engineer, (electric), C. P.. R.
Dougall, A. M., clerk, C. P. R, gen. supt office.
Dougall, F., machinist improver, C. P. R
Dougall House, Jno. Dougall, prop.; Cordova st
Dougall, Jno., Jr., Dougall House.
DOUGLAS & HARGRAVES, real estate, cor. Cambie and Cordova sts.
Douglas, D. F. (Douglas & Hargraves.)
DOUGLAS, J. C, real estate agent, Abbott st.
Robt, express driver, (Cargill Bros
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Dow, W. H., the Retreat saloon, Cordova st
Dowling, F. W., night telegraph operator, C.P.R
Downie, Wm., assist supt, C.P.R.
Drake,JACKSON & HELMCKEN, barristers, solicitors and notrary publics
Dryden, T. K., carpenter.
Dubberley, J., C.P.R.
3 ^ubberley, J., messenger, (Canning, J.) res. Seymour st.
Dudgeon, Robt, clerk, (A. M. Beattie,) res. Hastings st
Dufour, W., auctioneer, Water st
Dufresne, Fred, barber, (palace baths) Cordova st.
Duguid, J. S., contractor and carpenter, (Carter house).
Duhamel, C, laborer, C.P.R.
Duhamel, F, striker, C. P. R
Duhamel, H, Sc. Charles hotel, prop., Pender st.
Duhamel, J., clerk, (St. Charles hotel.)
Dumper, J., tinsmith, Granville hotel. 12
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Dunbar, James, stonemason, Hastings st.
Dunmore, G. R, laborer, Oppenheimer st.
Dunn, Thos. 8c Co., hardware, Cordova st.
Dupre, C, logger, Westminster ave.
Duvall, J., turner, (Regina hotel). .
Eagan, Mrs., laundry, Hastings st.
Edgar, John, (Woodaman & Edgar.)
Eckstein, V., engine cleaner, C. P. R.
Edinburgh Hotel, N. Allan, prop, Water st
Edwards, A, J., master mariner, Hastings st, cor. Westminster ave.
EDWARDS, E. D., grocer and provision merchant, Carroll st.
Eggert, Jules, watchmaker and jeweller, Water st.
Elliott, Fred, ship's carpenter, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Elliott, F, clerk, freight and pass, dept, C.P.R.
Elliott, H. G., ship's carpenter, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Ellis, Charles, barber, (Byshe, F. W.)
Ellis, J. res. Granville hotel.
Ellison, R., lath puller, (Hastings saw mill.)
Ellison, Wm., laborer, Westminster avenue.
England, James, clerk, (Master Mechanic's office), C.P.R.
Engler, Arthur, laborer, (Gambrinus saloon.)
Episcopalian Church Oppenheimer st, Rev. H. F. Clinton, rector.
Erickson, John, manager, (J. Curtis,) Pender st.
Errington, J., millhand, (R.C.P. mills.)
Evans, David, merchant tailor, Cordova st.
Evans, E. W., compositor, (Daily News-Advertiser.)
Evans, W., loco, engineer, (room 2, Club saloon.)
Evans, W. H., engineer, C.P.R.
Everall, G., laborer, (Richmond house.)
Ewing, Wm., watchman, C.P.R.
Fagan, J. E., clerk, C.P.R
Fagan, J. S., clerk, C.P.R, gen supt. office.
Fairon, A., (Desautels 8c Fairon.)
Falley, Chas., millhand, (RC.P. mills.)
Far, j. A., carpenter, (RC.P. mills.)
Farmer, J. D., car cleaner, C.P.R.
Fawcett & Co., butchers, Water st.
Fawcett, R, (Fawcett & Co.,) Water street.
Fay, rev. father, Patrick, Richard st.
Ferguson, A. G., capitalist, Hastings st.
FERGUSON, R.C., supt Royal city planing mills.
Ferguson, R, watchmen, (RC.P. mills.)
Fernham, Frances, tobacco and fruit store, Cordova st.
Fife, Havilock, special police officer, res. Westminster ave.
fist Findlay, P. P., carpenter, Jackson st.
Finley, Jas., (Van shingle mill.)
Fisher, G. B., carpenter, RC.P. mills.
Fisher, Geo., house and sign painter, Oppenheimer st.
Fisher, T, carpenter, Westminster ave.
Fitzpatrick, T., laborer, Powell st.
Fleming, A., painter, Cordova st.
Fleming, G. W, watchman, C.P.R.
Fleming, Rich., clerk, (Regina Hotel,) res. Pender st
Fletcher, J., book-keeper, (Daily and Weekly Herald.)
Fletcher, Geo., tailor, (Wm. Murphy.)
Flett, John, machinist, C.P.R
Flett, A., apprentice, C.P.R
Flett, J., brass finisher, C.P.R.
Foley, Mrs., restaurant, Regina hotel.
Foley, Wm., teamster, (T. J. Janes.)
Follis, G. E., contractor, Richard st
Ford, G., supt. Dominion express, res. Richard st
Forrest, A. B., yard master, C.P.R
Forrest, John, laborer, (Union hotel.)
Forrest, W. H, clerk, C.P R.
Fortin, G., painter, Westminster ave.
Fortin, W., painter, Westminster ave.
Foster, F., painter's assistant, C.P.R.
Foster, W., upholsterer, (F. W. Hart)
Foster, Wm. A., train despatcher, C.P.R.
Foster, W. A., upholsterer, Alexander st
Fox, , mason, (Richmond house.)
Fragerstrom, H., waiter, (Gold house.)
Franks, Z., fruit store, Carrol st
Fraser & Leonard, machinery, and general agents, Cambie st.
Fraser, A. C, logger, Hastings st.
Fraser, ('., brakesman, C. P. R
Fraser, G. A., (Fraser & Leonard,) res. Homer st
Fraser, Geo., carpenter, Oppenheimer st
Fraser, Norman, drayman, Trounce alley.
Fraser, R., clerk, (E D. Edwards.)
Frazer, James, iron moulder, Powell st
Frederick & Maud, produce and commission merchants, Trounce alley.
Freeman, T. J., res. Harris st.
Frolander, N. carpenter, (Hastings saw mills.)
Frome, J. F., car repairer, C.P.R
Frost, W., engine cleaner, C.P.R.
Fry, J. D., groceries, Hastings st fea.
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Fullerton, J., engine cleaner, C. P. R.
Fulton D., teamster, (Brunswick hotel.)
Funge, A., contractor, Granville st.
Funk, James, laborer, Gambrinus saloon.
Funston, W. H., carpenter, 6th ave.
Gab, Thos., employee, C.P.R.
Gagnon, Alex., cabinet maker, (Hart, F. W.)
Gagnon, F, edgerman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Gagnon, W., millhand, Hastings saw mills.
Galley, W. H., manager, Tye & Co., Powell st.
Galligher, , carpenter, Westminster ave.
Gamble, John, carpenter, Howe st.
Gambrinus Saloon, Barthel, Hermon, manager, Water st.
Gander, Jas., eng. turner, C.P.R.
Garden & Hermon, dominion and provinc. land surveyors; Cambie st.
Garden, James F., (Garden & Hermon),  res. Cordova, st.
Gardner, F., ship's carpenter, George st.
Gardner, W. W,, planer manager, (R.C.P. mills.)
Garrioch, C. R. T., bookkeeper, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Garvin, J. G., assist, chief Fire brigade, res. Dupont st.
Gass, Fred., (Van. shingle mills.)
Gates, O. H., carpenter, Granville st.
Geary, G. H, carpenter, Hastings st.
Geddes, D., (Revesback & Geddes.)
GENDRON, Mrs. J., milliner and dressmaker, Water st.
Gendron, F, apprentice, C.P.R.
Gendron, J., clerk, Water st.
George, Wm. F., clerk, C.P.R.
Germain, James, (Blair & Germain,) Water st.
Gerrard, A., caipenter, Harris st
Gibbs, Arthur, carpenter, (St. Julian hotel.)
Gibson, F. J. P., clerk, (Capt. Webber,) Richard st.
Gibson, J., engine turner, C.P.R.
Gibson, Moses, hotel proprietor, " Queens," Water, street
Giddings, H., carpenter, (Vancouver Brewery.)
Gilpert, A, laborer, (Union Hotel.) aaya
Gilbert, George, machinist improver, C..P. R.
Gilbert, George, carpenter, Westminster avenue; a^\.,»
Gilbert, G. F., carpenter, False creek.
Giles, E. D., plasterer, Seymour st.
Gill, A., car repairer, C.P.R.
Gill, J., car repairer, C. P. R.
Gillespie, J. H., lumberman, cor. Powell and Westminster ave.
Gillis, A., messenger, customs.
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Gillis, J., contractor, Barnard st.
Gilmour & Clark, clothiers, Carrall st.
Gilmore, J. E., res. Burrard house.
Gilmore, W., machinsts, cor. Carrol and Oppenheimer st.
Gilroy, N., steward, (Hastings Saw mills.)
Girins, S , carpenter, Westminster ave.
Girer, J R, carpenter, (St. Charles hotel.)
Gladwin, F, millhand, (RC.P. mills.)
Glenen, Wm., teamster, Dunsmuir st
Glover, W. V., painter, Westminster ave.
Godin, A., millhand, (RC.P. mill's.)
Gold House, Mrs. Emma Gold, prop., Water st.
Gold, Ed., clerk, (Gold House.)
Goldstein, A., second hand store, Cordova st.
Goldstein, M., tobacco and fruit store, Carroll st.
Good fellow, H., laborer, Powell st.
Goodmurphy, Fred, tinsmith, (McLellan & McFeely.)
Goodwin, W. C, tinsmith, C.P.R.
Gordon & Stables, carpenters, (Union hotel.)
GORDON, G. R., clothier, boots and shoes, Carroll.st.
Gordon, R. W., manager San Juan Co., Carroll st. res. 8th avenue.
Gordon, Robt, Gordon & Stables, (Union Hotel.)
Gordon, Robt., springmaker, C.P.R.
Gorman, P., Pulman saloon, prop., Water st.
Gosse, Rich, carpenter, Cambie st.
GOULDING, E. C, solicitor, Abbott st, res. Dunsmuir st.
Gow, D. L, manager Brunette saw mills, Westminster ave.
Gow, John A., teamster, (J. Palmer.)
Gowler, J., laborer, C.P.R.
Grady, J. H., laborer, Pender st.
Grafton, C, apprentice, (McLennan & McFeely.)
Graham. Hugh, carpenter, Harris st
Graham, Thos., laborer, Alexander st.
Grant, A., brakesman, C. P. R.
Grant, E. J., clerk, (Drake, Jackson & Helmcken.  res. Home st)
Grant, Geo., carpenter, Howe st.
Grant, John, carpenter, Howe st.
Grant, F. T., painter, (Richmond house.)
Grant, J.. A., millhand, (RC.P. mills.)
Grant, Robt, merchant, Cordova st.
Grant, R., car repairer, C. P. R.
Grant, Wm., manager Campbell's corner, res. Richard st
Granville & Co., real estate agents, Cordova st.
Granville Hotel, R. Campbell, prop. Water st 16
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R.
Granville, Frank, (Granville & Co.) Cordova st.
Granville, F. W., Hastings st.
GRASSIE, W. H., watchmaker and jeweller, Cordova st.
Graves, H, brakesman, C. P. R.
Gray, Chas., cook, C.P.R. boarding house.
Gray, John, painter, res. Greyhound hotel.
Gray, T. C, timekeeper, C.P.R.
Gray, T. W., manager, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Gray's Hall, Cordova st.
Greaves, A., loco, engineer. (Room 2,
Green, A. R., assistant engineer, C. P.
Green H, millwright, C. P. R.
Green, J. A. Alexander st.
accountant, Water st.
H., clothier, Cordova st.
milk ranch, Westminster road.
carpenter, C.P.R.
Gregory, A., bookkeeper (F. W. Hart)
Gregory, Sydney, salesman, (Tye & Co.)
Greir, James W., job compositor, (Daily News-Advertiser.)
Grey, John Kempson, Hartney block.
Greyhound Hotel, Cole & Muschamp, proprietors, Water st.
Gribble, C. H., architect, Westminster avenue.
Griffiths, A. F, foreman, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Griffiths, E. W., carpenter, C.P.R.;
Groh, Henry, tailor, Gambrinus saloon.
Gunn,John W., reporter, Evening Herald.
Guyne, W., laborer, Cleaveland hotel.
Hach, Charles, manager, Jacob Sehl, Cordova st.
Hackett, Hugh, carpenter, (R. C. P. mills.)
Hague, , tinsmith, (McLennan & McFeeley.)
Green, R. E.
Greenbarge,
Greer C. T.,
Greer, Wm..
Hall, J. P., general store, Water street.
Hall, G.; machinist, (Sunnyside hotel.)
Hall, Guy, apprentice, C.P.R.
Hall, J. O, photographer, (Vancouver Photo co.) Cordova st.
Hall, J. Z., (Shannon & Hall,) Water st
Halson, A. C, Alexander st.
HambrOOK, A., boarding house keeper, Oppenheimer st.
Hamilton. L. A., assistant land commissioner, res, Granville st, C. P.
Hanafin, James, blacksmith, Cordova st.
Hanafin, Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, Cordova st.
Hanbury, Herbert, machinist, C. P. R
Hancox, E., carpenter, C. P. R.
Hancox, James, carpenter, C.P.R
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Haney, Ross, 1st watchman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Hardy, George, teamster, (H. A. Berry & Co.)
Hargraves, W. C, [Douglas & Hargraves.]
Harold, T., patternmaker, C. P. R
Harper, John, carpenter, (Regina hotel.)
Harris, G. P., carpenter, (Vancouver Brewery.)
Harrison, Mrs., private boarding house, West, aveuue.
Harrison, Robt, nurseryman, West, avenue.
Harrison, Wm., blacksmith (J. Mitchell.)
HARRISON, W., B, C. book store, Cordova st.
Hart, A., A. upholsterer (Hart, F. W.)
Hart, A., carpenter (Tremont hotel )
HART, F. W., furniture dealer, grocery, &c, Cordova st
Hartley, A., blacksmith (J. McAllister.)
Hartman, J., 2nd watchman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Harvey, J. S., clerk, C.P.R, pay roll department.
Harvey, J, W., tallyman, (RC.P. mills.)
Harvey, R. G., clerk, Bank of B. C.
Harvey, T. W., clerk, Daily News-Advertiser.
HASTINGS Saw Mills, R. H. Alexander, manager.
Hatch, James, tinsmith (E. S. Scoular), Prior st
Hawkins, Wm., carpenter (Regina hotel.)
Hawkins, Z., carpenter, Regina hotel.
Hawley, C. M., harnessmaker, Hastings st
Hawley, G., engine cleaner, C.P.R.
Hay, John M., bookkeeper (Rand Bros.)
Hayden, I. J., & Co., dry goods and groceries, Water st.
Hayes & MclNTOSH, Mainland market, Cordova st.
Hayes, Geo. (Hayes & Mcintosh), Cordova st.
Hayes, Geo., saloon keeper, res. Hastings st.
Haywood, W. C, cashier and accountant (Rand Bros.)
Haywood, V. W., police officer, res. Richard st.
Hazzard, C, blacksmith, C.P.R.
Hemsley, Geo., painter, Keefer st.
Henderson Bros., commission merchant, Cordova st.
Henderson, C. W., clerk, C.P.R.
Henderson, Isaac (Henderson Bros.), Cordova st.
Henderson, John B. (Henderson Bros.), res. Alexander st.
Henderson, S., chief pay roll clerk, C.P.R.
Hennessey, Thos., fireman, C.P.R.
Hennigen, Robt, laborer (Gambrinus' saloon.)
Herman, Peter, laborer, Gambrinus' saloon.
Hermon, E. B. (Garden & Hermon), res. Cordova st.
Hermon, E. P., financier (Dougall house.) i8
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Herward, S., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Heuston, J. W., salesman, Peoples' market.
Hiatt, L., Hastings st.
Hill, John, teamster (Van. planing mills), False Creek.
Hill, J. B., contractor and builder, Dunsmuir st.
Hillman, R, bar tender (Gold house.)
Hintsel, O, cook, Stag and pheasant.
Hirschberg, M. H., bookkeeper (Daily News-Advertiser.)
Hoare, Joseph, carpenter, Granville st
Hobson, C. G., Westminster avenue.
Hobson, Jno., carpenter, C.P.R.
Hobson, W., apprentice, C.P.R.
Hodgins, G. S., loco, foreman, C.P.R.
Hodgson, A., sign painter, Oppenheimer st.
Hodson, Miss, milliner (Brown & White.)
HOFFAR, N. S., contractor and builder, Hastings st.
Hogg, Wm., shoemaker, Richard st.
Hogg, Wm.j'lampman, C.P.R.
Holmes, R. H., carpenter (Richmond house.)
Holeman, —, financier, res. Howe st.
Holland, James M. manager Van. real estate exchange, Cordova st.
Hood, G. F., carpenter (St. Julien hotel.)
Hooper, E., joiner, Cambie st.
• Hooper, T.,  Vancouver harness shop, Oppenheimer st
Home, J. W., real estate, Cordova st, res. The Leland house.
Hosker, E. J., engineer, C.P.R.
Hospital, The, Hughes, Owen, steward, Powell st.
Howell, A., wood machineman, C.P.R.
Howison, Chas., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Howley, Geo., C.P.R. (Edinboro' house.)
Howsby, Chas., engineer (Leamy & Kyle.)
Howse, Mrs., Hastings st.
Huckman, G., chef. (Gold house.)
Hudson Bay Coy., G. W. Weeks, manager, Cordova st.
Hughes, Owen, steward, hospital, Powell st.
Hughes, R. O, .carpenter [Queen's hotel.]
Hume, James [Murray & Hume.]
Humphries, H., tallyman,. RC.P.  mills.
Humphries, J., landing waiter customs, res. Water st.
Hunter, E. E., 2nd carpenter, RC.P. saw mills. .
Hunter, R., carpenter, Hastings saw mills.
Hurleman, J., machinist, C.P.R
Hutson, James, plasterer, Alexander st
Hyman, W., & Sons, cloth'g. and gent's furnish., cor. Carroll & Water sts. VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
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Hutton, Geo., watchman, Customs.
ICHI Ban (G. Taylor, man.), Japanese store, Cordova st, op. C.P.R. offics.
Innes, F. C, & Coy., real estate brokers, Cordova st, w.
Innes, F. C. (Innes, F. C, & Coy.), res. Hastings st.
Innes, H. M., accountant, Bank B.N.A., res. Carroll st.
Insley, J., manager, Leland house.
In WOOD, Geo,, stationery and candy, Pender st.
IRELAND, C. W. barrister and solicitor, Cordova st.
Irving & Strahan; cabinet manufacturers, Seymour st.
Irving, Wm. (Irving & Strahan), Seymour st.
Irving, Wm., millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Irwin, J. J., carpenter, Hastings st.
Irwin, W., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
I X L Cloching Coy, Kirschberg & Landsberg, props., Cordova st
Jackman, T., clerk (Dougall house.)
Jackson & BROCKIE, West End hotel, cor. Hastings and Howe sts.
Jackson, G., laborer (Cleveland hotel.)
Jackson, John (Jackson & Brockie)
Jackson, J., laborer (Union hotel.)
Janes, T. J., feed and grain store, Westminster ave.
Jeffreys, A., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Jiszkowicz, Charles T., watchmaker and jeweller, Cairol st.
Johns, Archibald, clerk, False creek.
Johns, Isaac, deputy collector customs, res. Westminster ave.
Johnson, A., stone mason (Stag and pheasant.)
JOHNSON, C.G., deputy registrar, county court, office Cordova st. w., res.
Johnson, E., contractor, [Granville hotel.] [Hamilton st.
Johnson, F. B., res. Hamilton st.
Johnson, G., laborer, [Gambrinus' saloon.]
Johnson, I., tinsmith (McLennan & McFeely.)
Johnson, John, prop. Cleveland hotel, Water st.
Johnson, J., carpenter, Cordova st.
Johnson, Lacey R., master mechanic C.P.R.
Johnson, M., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Johnson, Robt., millhand, R.C.P. mills.
Johnson, R,, lumberman, Columbia ave.
Johnson, W., blacksmith (Richmond house.)
Johnson, W. W., millhand (RC.P. mills.)
Johnston & Tyson, clothiers, Carroll st.
Johnston, A. G. (Johnston & Tyson), res. Westminster ave.
Johnston, James, Westminster ave.
JOHNSTON, J. C, boot and shoe store, Cordova st.
Johnston, J. C. (Johnston & Tyson) res. Westminster ave.
Johnston, John, prop. Cleveland hotel, Water st. fc*av
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Johnston, Thos., carpenter (Queen's hotel.)
JOHNSTONE & Hayden, props. Jubilee saloon, Water st.
Johnstone, A., teamster (H. A. Berry & Coy.)
Johnstone, Alex. (Johnstone & Hayden) res. False creek.
Johnstone John, bar tender, Jubilee saloon, Water street
Johnstone, Wm., laborer, Seymour st
Johnstone, W. E., carpenter, Homer st. [heimer sts.
Jones, G. J., & Coy, boot and shoemakers, cor. Carroll and Opppen-
JONES, H. A., & Coy, estate  and steam ships' agents, Cordova st.
Jones, C. H, sail and tent maker, Hastings st
Jones, Jno., laborer, C.P.R.
Jones, Reginald, barrister-at-law (Drake, Jackson &  Helmcken),  res.
Jones, Samuel, laborer, Gambrinus' saloon. [Howe st.
Jopson, James, caretaker, Hastings st
Joseph, C. A., tailor (Leask & Morrison.)
Joss, James, laborer, Cordova st.
Joyce, A., laborer, Oppenheimer st.
Kappler, J., brewer, (Vancouver brewery.)
Kay, J. B., machinist, C.P.R.
Keann, J., screw turner, [Hastings saw mill.]
Kearney, J. A, assistant, [Abrams and McLean,] Carroll st.
Keating, Thos., freight conductor, C.P.R.
KEEFER'S Hall, Alexander st.
Keefer, H. F., contractor, Alexander st, res. Westminster ave.
Keenan, Wm., fireman, C.P.R.
Keisbraum, Louis^ butcher, (VanVolkenburg & Bro.)
Keith, J. C, manager, Bank of B. C, res. bank buildings, Hastings st.
Kelly, W., fireman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Kelly, Robt, prop, skating rink.
Keller, F. G., cornice galv. iron maker, (Stag and Pheasant hotel.)
Kellough, John, carpenter and builder, Prior st.
Kelstrup, C., painter's assistant, C. P. R.
Kemp, Jas. Sr., Powell st.
Kemp, J. A., carpenter and builder, Oppenheimer st.
Kennedy, Jno., engineer, C.P.R.
Kennedy, J. B., Rev., pastor Baptist chapel, res. Cambie st.
Kennedy, R, insurance agent, (Leland House.)
Kennedy, Robt, millhand, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Kennedy, Thomas, fireman, C.P.R.
Kennedy, W., machinist improver, C.P.R.
KENT & TALCOTT, hotel proprietors, Bay view house, Cordova st.
Kent, Wm. F., hotel prop., (Bay View house.)
Kerby, J., brakesman, C.P.R.
Kerr, John, laborer, (Regina hotel.) VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
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Kerr, T., clerk, (Tye & Co.,) res, Seymour st.
Kerr, T., compositor, (Herald office.)
Kersey, Henry, carpenter, Alexander st.
Kiefer, Chas., saw grinder, [Grambrinus saloon.]
Kimm, J. M., contractor, [Sunnyside hotel.]
King, D. H., clerk, (A. Bunker.) res. Leland house.
•King, Elliott H., [Vancouver Wine co.,] res. Westminster avenue.
King, J., moulder, [Richmond house.]
King, M., carpenter, [Royal hotel.]
King, Wm. shipwright, Westminster ave.
Kinnear, Geo., signalman, C.P.R.
Kirschberg & Landsberg, I. X. L. clothing store, Cordova st.
Knowdell C, blacksmith, C.P.R.
Knowdell, V., carpenter, C.P.R.
Knox, Wm. M., accountant and collector, Cambie st.
Kyle, Andrew, (Dunn & Co.)
Kyle, Geo. F., [Leamy & Kyle.] »
KURTZ & Co., cigar manufacturers, cor. Abbott and Water sts.
Lacroix, G., general market, cor. Cambie and Cordova sts.
Lafond, A., barber and jeweller repairer, Oppenheimer st.
Lahey, B., bar-tender, Granville hotel.
Laing, C, tallyman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Lamb, David, carpenter, Barnard st.
Lamont, H., manager, Dougall restaurant.
Lancaster, James, laborer, (Richmond house.)
Lancing, J., laborer, Cleveland hotel.
Landrith, W, cabinet maker, (Abrams & McKenzie.)
Landsberg, F, [Kirschberg & Landsberg;] res. Westminster ave.
Lang, Arthur, clerk, res. Powell st
Lange; G. B., bar tender, Gambrinus saloon. [and Cordova sts.
Langis, Dr. H. E., physician and surgeon, Wilson  block,  cor Abbott
Langley, Harry, bricklayer, (Northern hotel.)
Lapoint, C, carpenter, (City hotel.)
Lapoint, P. A, carpenter, (Hastings saw mills.)
Larson & McDonald, prop's Union hotel, Abbott st.
Larson, P., {Larson & McDonald.)
Larwell, A., res. Burrard house.
Larwell, G. H., res. Burrard house.
Lasher, Geo., firemen, C.P.R.
Lavay, A., log turner, (Hastings saw mills.)
Lavoie, I., laborer, res. St. Charles hotel.
Lavoie, W., laborer, res. St. Charles hotel.
Law, D., carpenter, C.P.R.
Lawn, Wm., mason, res., Burrard house. VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
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Lawrence, G., laborer, Westminster, ave.
Lawrence, G., moulder, (R.C.P. mills.)
Lawrence, J. carpenter, (R.C.P. mills.)
LAWSON, John P., city engineer and surveyor, res. Powell st.
Laydon, Darby, agent
Layfield, J., carpenter, [Edinboro' hotel.]
Leahy, L, laborer, [Central hotel.]
LEAMY & KYLE Commercial mills, Carrol st.
Leamy, James, [Leamy & Kyle,] Vancouver.
LEASK & JOHNSON, agents and commission merchants, Cordova st.
LEASK & MORRISON, merchant tailors, Cordova st.
Leask, A. O., [Leask & Johnson], res, Richaid st.
Leask, J., accountant, land department, C.P.R.
Lebourdais, J. H, car repairer, C.P.R
Lee, T. H, foreman San Juan co., Carroll st.
Lefevre & Robertson, doctors, physicians and surgeons, Cambie st.
Lefevre, Dr., [Lefevre & Robertson,] res. Cordova st, office Cambie
LELAND HOUSE, Wm. Prout, prop., Hastings st
LeLievre, Chas., bartender, (Stag and Pheasant.)
Leonard, W. L, (Fraser & Leonard)
Leonard, R. E., brickmason, Harris st.
LEPAGE, L, (Burrard house.)
Lepointe, P., carpenter, Powell st.
Levy, J., restaurant, prop. "Cosmopolitan," Abbott st.
Lillie, T. W., Northern hotel, prop., Hastings st.
Lindsay, Miss E., tailoress, (Leask & Morrison.)
Lindsay, J., res Burrard house.
Linehan, D. J., barber, (Palace baths,) Cordova st.
Linton, Andrew,' (Shaw & Linton,) Carroll st.
Liston, R., laborer, Gambrinus saloon.
Little, Fred G., Club saloon prop., Carroll st.
Little, M., coppersmith, C.P.R.
Little, James, fireman, C.P.R.
Livingstone, Wm., carpenter, Regina hotel.
Lloyd & McCoskery, Tremont saloon, Carroll st
Lloyd, Irving, res. Oppenheimer st.
Lloyd, W. E, (Lloyd & McCoskery.)
Locke, J. P., police, C. P. R.
Lockerby, G, machinist, Westminster ave.
Long, D. E., millwright, (RC.P. mills.) j
Lord, Victor, manager Arlington hotel, Pender st.
Lott, E., brakesman, C.P.R.
Loutit, J. J., chief clerk freight department, C.P R.
Love, J., tinsmith assistant, C.P.R.  j VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
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Lovelace, Mrs., St. Julian restaurant, Cordova st.
Low, J., fitter, C.P.R.
Low, J. H., mechanic, Dunsmuir st.
Lucas, , plasterer, (Union hotel.)
Luff, S., carpenter, Seymour st.
Lynn, Wm., miner, [Regina hotel]
MacCrimmon, A F., carpenter, (Cabinet hotel.)
MacDonald, D. L., freight conductor, C.P.R.
MACPHERSON, A. J., Bodega saloon, Carrol st
Macey, Samuel, plasterer, Hastings st.
Mackay, D., architect, Home block, Cordova st.
Mackenzie, John, stonemason, (Carter house.)
Mackie, W., logger, (Richmond house.)
Mackintosh, Wm. D., clerk, C.P.R.
MacLean, M. A., res. Oppenheimer st.
Maddans, Charles, cook, C.P.R.
Madigan, Jno., brakesman, C. P. R.
MAGER Bros , ornamental plasterers, Carroll st.
Mager, N., (Mager Bros.)
Mager, Phillip, (Mager Bros.)
Magladry, J., sawyer, ^R.C.P. mills.)
Mainland Brewery, Riesterer, R., prop., False Creek.
Major, E., Jackson avenue.
Major, N., plasterer, Harris st.
Major, P., plasterer, Harris st
Major, Robt, clerk, (R. Barker,) res. Jackson avenue.
Mallandine, E. Jr., architect, cor. Hastings st. and Columbia" avenue.
Manning, W. J., carpenter, 6th ave.
Mannion, Jos., alderman, res. Oppenheimer st.
Manuel, Mrs., restaurant keeper, Sunnyside hotel.
Marks, Samuel, res. Burrard house.
Markes, W., The People's market, Cordova and Carroll sts.  •
Marmette, P., draughtsman, C. P. R.
Maroney, J., stone cutter, Carroll st
Marriott, Ed., butcher, (VanVolkenburg & Bro.) ■
Marsh, F, carpenter, Westminster ave.
Marsh, Wm., carpenter (Queen's hotel.)
Marshall, R. K., carpenter (Central hotel.)
Marshall, J. (Paul & Marshall.).
Marshall, W. C, expressman.
Martin, A.', waiter (Dougall house.)
Martin, E. R., clerk (Burrard house), Cordova st,
MARTIN, F. X., groceries and provisions, Cordova st., res. West. ave.
Martin, Geo., caretaker, C.P.R. 24
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Martin, H. W., telegraph department, C.P.R.
Martin, Milton, clerk (F. X. Martin), res. Westminster ave.'
Martin, P. (Campbell & Martin.)
Martin, Wm., prop. Burrard house, Cordova st.
Mashiter, Wm. (I. J. Hayden & Coy), Water st.
Mason, Wm., stair maker, Westminster ave.
Mason, Hamilton, milk ranch, ioth avenue.
Masonick, J., tailor, Carroll st, res. Alexander st.
Masters, Thos., carpenter, C.P.R., Homer st.
Matheson, Peter, prop. Star hotel, Cordova st.
Matheson, M., bookkeeper, Moodyville saw yard, Water st, res. Cor-
MATHISON, R, Jun., job printer, Hastings st. [dova st.
Matier, J., carpenter (Tremont hotel.)
Matthews, R. J., barber Cordova st
Mattock, H., gardener, Dunsmuir st.
Maxer, Jno., teamster, False creek.
May, John, carpenter, Prior st,
May, Wm;, cabinetmaker (F. W. Hart.)
May, W. H., butcher (Hayes & Mcintosh), Water st.
Mayne, C, carpenter (RC.P. mills.)
Mayne, J., machine hand (R.C.P. mills.)
Mayne, Wm., carpenter, Powell st.
MAYOR, The, David Oppenheimer; office, City hall ; res. Leland house.
McAlister, Alex., boot and shoe repairer, Carroll st.
McAlister, John, blacksmith, Powell and Alexander sts.
McAlister, R, blacksmith, C.P.R.
McAlpin, D. L, M.D., chemist and druggist, Cordova st.
McAlpin, John, assistant [McAlpine, D. L.,] Cordova st.
McAskill, N. (Robt. Couth), Dupont st.
McBraye, P., carpenter (Hastings saw mills.)
McCallum, C, bookkeeper (Regina hotel.)
McCammon, C. L, civil engineer, res. (Burrard house).
McCann, John, carpenter, (Greyhound hotel.)
McCarthy, M., brakesman, C.P.R.
McCartney, Allan E., architect, Cordova st, res. Powell st.
McCartney, F. C, chemigt and druggist, cor. Water and Abbott sts.
McClenathen, A., carpenter, Oppenheimer st.
McColl, A. J., (Corboult & McColl,) Vancouver.
McConnell, A. W., contractor, Hastings st.
McConnell, G. S., builder, Hastings st
McConnell, Jas., millhand, (R.C.P. mills.)
McCoskery, j (Lloyd & McCoskery.)
McCoSKRlE & Co., architects and engineers,"Cordova st.
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McCoskrie, E., Jr., (McCoskrie & Co.)
McCrae, D., cabinetmaker, (Abrams & McKenzie.)
McCraney, H. P., contractor, res. Burrard house.
McCreery, J., checker, C.P.R.
McCuaig, D. A. (Fawcett & Coy.)
McDiamid, D., gardener, False creek.
McDonald & Cameron, contractors, Hastings st.
McDonald & Kirke, Misses, private boarding house, Water st
McDonald, A. (Larson & McDonald.)
McDonald, A., fitter, C.P.R.
McDonald, A. J., carpenter (Hastings saw mills.)
McDonald, B., millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
McDonald, Dan., bar tender, Regina hotel.
McDonald  Donald, teamster (Cleveland'hotel.)
■ McDonald, D. G., stone cutter, Carroll st.
McDonald, D. H., contractor, Richard st.
McDonald, D. J., contractor, box 4, P.O.
McDonald, James (Russell, McDonald & Co., Cordova st.)
McDonald, James (F. McDonald & Cameron.)
McDonald, James G., contractor (Stuart house.)
McDonald, Joseph, carpenter, Westminster ave.
McDonald, Joseph, expressman, Westminster ave.
McDonald, R B., landing waiter, Customs.
McDonald, Robt, (RC.P. mills), res. Alexander st.
McDonald, Thos., agent, Pender st.
McDonnell, Geo., brakesman, C.P.R.
McDougall, D., stat engineman, C.P.R.
McDougall, E., messenger, C.P.R. pay roll department.
McDougall, E. C, plasterer (Leland house.)
McDowell, H., & COY, chemists and druggists, Cordova st.
McDowell, S., fitter, C.P.R.
McFARLAND, D. A., Vancouvei brick coy., Cambie st, res. Gore ave.
McFARLAND, J. W., secy. Van. water works, res. Dunlevi ave.
McFarlane, J. F (Britton & McFarlane.)
j McFarlane, L. E., baker, Granville st
McFaul, H, Jubilee restaurant prop., cor. Abbott st. and Trounce alley
McFee, James, electrician (Northern hotel.)
McFeely, E. J. (McLennan & McFeely), res. Cordova st.
McGay, J., carpenter (Tremont hotel.)
McGarrigle, E. J., painter, cor. Dunsmuir and Hamilton sts.
I McGhie & McLuckie, carpenters, Richard st
McGhie, J. B. (McGhie & McLuckie.)
! McGibbon, C, steam fitter, C.P.R.
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McGirr, Wm., carpenter, Hastings st.
McGirr, W. J., collector (Rand Bros.)
McGregor, John, real estate agent, cor. Cordova and Cambie sts.
McGuigan   & LANGIS, physicians and surgeons, 4, 5  and 6 Wilsonl
McGuiGAN, T. F, city clerk, res. Cordova st block, Cordova stj
McGuigan, Dr. W. J., physician and surgeon, Wilson block, Cordova stj
McHardy, Jno. (C.P.R), Jackson ave.
Mclnnis, Angus, contractor, Dupont st.
Mcintosh, Wm. A. (Hayes & Mcintosh), Cordova st.
Mclntyre, M., millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Mclver, M., carpenter, C.P.R.
McKarracher, J., fitter, C.P.R.
McKay & SWEETMAN, Van. planing mills, False creek.
McKay, C, carpenter, Harris st.
McKay, Hugh, teamster (H. A. Berry & Co.)
McKay, Jessie (Van. planing mills.)
McKay, John (Van. planing mills.")
McKay, J., teamster (Cleveland hotel.)
McKay. John (McKay & Sweetman.)
McKee, Hugh, wheel pressman, C.P.R.
McKee, cabinetmaker (Hart, F. W.)
McKenzie, Alex., freight conductor, C.P.R.
McKenzie, A., bar tender, Cosmopolitan hotel.
McKenzie, A. D. (Abrams & McKenzie), res. Westminster ave.
McKenzie, D., teamster (Hastings saw mills).
McKenzie, John L, carpenter (Tremont hotel.)
McKenzie, J. R, blacksmith, C.P.R.
McKeown, Jas., expressman, Water  st.
McKinlay, John, laborer (Gambrinus' saloon )
McKinnon, Ewen, millhand (RC.P. mills.)
McKinnon & McGirr, proprietors of Sunnyside hotel, Water st.
McKinnon, Wilson (McKinnon & McGirr.)
McLain, Ed., carpenter (Central hotel.)
McLannoh, Wm., laborer (Globe saloon.)
McLaren, John, sergt. police, res. Richard st.
McLean, Angus, carpenter (Northern hotel.)
McLean, D, millhand (RC.P. mills.)   1
McLean, D. J. (Abrams & McLean), Carroli st.
McLean, John (Van. shingle mills.)
McLean, J. B., teamster, Powell st.
McLean, M. G, manager (VanVolkenburg & Bros.), res. Homer st.
McLennan & McFeely, iron cornice manufacturers, Cordova st. .
McLennan, F, Cabinet saloon, proprietor, Water st.
McLennan, John, Cabinet saloon, Water st ^JSJ!M5fS!^&"i-.ia;::
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McLeod, A., baker (J. Scuitto.)
McLeod, James, salesman, (Wilson, G. J.)
MoLeod, J., millhand (RC.P. mills.)
McLuckie, J. (McGhie & McLuckie), Greyhound hotel.
McManus, F., engineer, C.P.R.
McMartin, Isaac, carpenter (Carter house.)
McMillan, John H., laborer, Beattie st.
McMillan, W. J. (Connacher & McMillan.)
] McMullen, John, lather, Carter house.
McNabb, A., engineer, C.P.R.
McNaughtan, D., tobacconist, Cordova st.
McNaughton, P., bookkeeper (Hayes & Mcintosh.)
i McNeill, A., carpenter (Richmond house.)
McNeill, R., carpenter (Central hotel.)
McPhail, J., proprietor Northern hotel, Hastings st.
I McPhalon, D. J., carpenter, Harris st.
j McPherson, D., mechanic, Prior st.
! McPherson, E., Hastings st.
: McRae, D., teamster (R. Couth.)
McRae, J., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
j McRae, J., laborer, Westminster ave.
McTague, H., upholsterer (Abrams & McKenzie.)
McVety, J., carpenter, C.P.R.
Mee, R., engineer, C.P.R.
Meier, Wm., Germania saloon, Powell and Alexander sts.
MELHUISH, G., wholesale tea and coffee merchant, Cordova st.
MELLON, H. A., marine surveyor and estate agent, Cordova St., w.
Melmoth, R., marker, (Hastings saw mills.)
MELVIN, J. G., watchmaker and jeweller, Water st.
Menzie, I. A., carpenter, Westminster avenue.
Merrifield, A., sawyer, (Hastings saw mills.)
Messenger, S. (Carter house.)
Metayes, J., carpenter, (City hotel.)
Methodist Church, Water st, Rev. E. Robson, pastor.
Metz, John; agent Frederick & Maud, Trounce alley,
Middlebrooke, J., architect, res. Homer st.
Middleton, John, ostler, (Cargill Bros.)
Middleton, W., millhand, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Miles, John, bartender, (Germania.)
Miles, J. C, fitter, C.P.R.
Millar, S., doctor in medicine, Hastings st
Miller, Miss A., money order clerk, post office, Hastings st
Miller, B., assistant postmaster, Hastings st.
Miller, F., carpenter, [Hastings saw mills.]
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Miller, H-, cabinet maker, [Jacob Sehl.] Cordova st.
Miller, J., postmaster, Hastings st.
Miller, John, clerk, U. S. consulate, Cordova st.
Miller, | P., Mrs., Richard st.
Miller, Misses, decorative art store, Cordova st.
Miller, W. O, chief train dispatcher, C.P.R.
Miller, W. J., carpenter, Dunsmuir st.
Millington, Chas. E, blacksmith, (Beavis).
Millington, E., laborer, Alexander st.
Millington, J. V., foreman, Cargill Bros.
Mills, J. R., boot and shoe store, Cordova st.
Milross, W. T., painter, cor. Powell st. and Westminster ave.
Mitchell, H., clerk, (Ontario grocery.)
Mitchell, J., blacksmith, Water st.
Mitchell, T, brakesman, C. P. R.
Mitchell, T. E., bookkeeper, (B. L Wood.)
Mizony, R. T., restaurant keeper, Cordova st.
Mohun, , civil engineer, Westminster avenue.
Monteith, , bookkeeper, res. Burrard house
Montgomery, H., millhand, (R.C.P. mills.)
Montgomery, James, blacksmith, (R.C.P. mills.)
Moodyville Lumber Yard, Water st, M. Matheson, manager.
Mooney, L., gang saw filer, (Hastings saw mills.)
Moore, F. G., musician, Brunswick hotel.
Moore, H. G , general store, Cordova st.
MOORE, Mrs., boarding house, Columbia avenue.
Moore, Mrs., Westminster avenue.
Moore, Robt, millhand, (Leamy & Kyle.)
Moorman, Chas., gardner, False creek.
Moran, J., carpenter, C.P.R.
Moreland, F., sub. contractor, Cleveland hotel.
Morin, A., carpenter, Dunsmuir st.
Morgan, S., millhand, (Hastings saw mills.)
Morrell, C. C, agent Standard Oil Co., cor. Cordova and Cambie sts.
Morris, Wm., apprentice, C.P.R.
Morrison, James, general agent, Water st, res. Hastings st
Morrison, W. J., telegraph operator, (White Swan.)
Morrow, Emma, waitress, Granville hotel.
Morrow, G. L, clerk, C.P.R.
Mortirriore, Sydney, tailor, (David Fvans.)
Mortimore, W. H., tailor, (G. Symons), res. Hastings st.
Morton, D., engineer, C. P. R.
Mowat, A. J., accountant, (Hastings saw mills.)
Moulding, Wm., blacksmith, C. P. R.
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Mozley, H. L., barber, Carroll st.
Muir, A. C. (Blake & Muir), 3 Cordova st.
Muir, D., freight conductor, C.P.R.
Muir, W. C. street contractor, Seymour st.
Mulhall, J. J., chief clerk, C.P.R., Gen. supt. office.
Muller, H. G., cabinetmaker (J. Sehl.)
Mumford, H., clerk (R. Couth & Co.)
Munro, D., wharfinger, C.P.R.
Munro, D. A., printer, Herald office.
Munro, W. D., expressman (Leland house.)
Munro, John, sup. C.P.R.
Munronie, J., stone mason (Carter house.)
Munzos, C, millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
MuRCHESON, MlSS, dressmaker, Wilson block, Cordova st.
Murcheson, D., brakesman, C.P.R.
MURCHISON & DERRAUGH, Van. soda water works, Westminster ave.
Murchison, A. C. (Murchison & Derraugh), Westminster ave.
Murchy, Miss, teacher, Public school, Oppenheimer st.
MURPHY, Wm., merchant tailor, 9 Cordova st.
Murray & Hume, props. Regina hotel, Water st.
Murray, C. W., bookkeeper (R.C.P. mills), res. Harris st.
Murray, G., laborer (Globe saloon.)
Murray, John, ostler (Revesbach & Geddes.)
Murray, J. W., carpenter, R.C.P. mills.
Murray, J. A. (Murray & Hume), Water st.
Muschamp, E. (Cole & Muschamp), Water st
MuSSENDEN, C. D., Van. laundry, Powell st.
Mussenden, Chas., lumberman, Powell st.
Mutrie, Henry, blacksmith, Oppenheimer st.
M yers, Mrs., prop. Northern hotel, Hastings st.
Myles, J. C, machinist, C.P.R.
Myles, Robt. J., dry goods, Hastings st.
Myles, W. E., carpenter, Hastings st.
Nahu, C, lath sawyer (Hastings saw mills.)
Neelands, H. G., miller, Dupont st.
Neelands, T. F., checker, C.P.R.
Neelands, W., logger (Richmond house.)
Neil, D., butcher (VanVolkenburg), res. Union hotel.
Neill, P. O., carpenter (Edinboro' hotel.)
Nelson, A., planer (Hastings saw mills.)
Nelson, A., carpenter (Greyhound hotel.)
Nelson, Carter (Van. brick coy), res. Esquimalt.
Nelson, Chas., chemist and druggist, Wilson block, 112 Cordova st.
Nelson, L., shoemaker, Cambie st. 3Q
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Nelson, W., fitter's assistant, C.P.R
Nesbitt, A. H., statistic clerk, Customs, res. Hamilton st.
Nesbitt, T, logger (Granville hotel.)
Newton, H. J., clerk (Hastings saw mills.)
Newton, John, butcher, [W. Markes.]
Nicholls, F. V., electrician (Van. Electric coy.)
Nicholson, M., carpenter Abbott st
Noble, James, stone cutter (West End hotel.)
Norris, Levi, log hawler (RC.P. mills.)
Northern Hotel, Mrs. Myers, prop., Hastings st.
Norgewian Fishing Co., Spence, R, Carroll st.       s>5^
Nunamaker, B., teamster (R. Couth.)
Nunn, W., milkman, [H. Mason.]
O'Brien, Jas., laborer (Cleveland hotel.)
j O'Brien, Jas., laborer, C.P.R.
O'Connor, M. C, barber (Palace baths), 63 Cordova st.
j O'Dwyer, D. M.. blacksmith, Powell st.
O'Farrell, J., mail agent (room 4, Club saloon.)
I O'Hagan, H, merchant tailor, Bay view, Cordova st.
O'Neil, J., engineer, C.P.R.
O'Rorke, P., laborer (Central hotel.)'
Oben, P., builder, Seymour st. ander st.
Occidental & Oriental Iron Works Coy., John Taylor, manager, Alex-;
Ogle, T. S., machinist, C.P.R.
j Oldenburg, A., draughtsman (Edinboro' house,)
j Oldfield, J. W.. carpenter, cor. Oppenheimer st. and Westminster ave.
j Olivant, Jno., fitter, C.P.R.
Oliver, A., salesman (J. Scuitto.)
i Oppenheimer Bros., importers and commission merchants, Powell st. 1
Oppenheimer, Isaac (Oppenheimer Bros.)
Oppenheimer, David, " The Mayor " (Oppenheimer Bros.)
I Orr, Charles, teamster (Cleveland hotel.)
j Otton, John, teamster (Mainland brewery.)
I Ouderkirk, H. G., carpenter, Hastings st.
I Ouillett, Geo., sewing machine agent, Carroll st, res. Seymour st.
i Owens, J., brakesman, C.P.P*..
Paker, S., clothier, Abbott st.
I Painton, F. J., music teacher, Perry's book store, Water st.
Painter, H. J., carpenter, Westminster avenue.
Pairn, Jno., pass, conductor, C.P.R.
Palmer Bros., coal and wood merchants, Dupont st.
Palmer, J. W. (Palmer Bros.)
Palmer, Geo., brakesman, C.P.R.
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Pargidon, Wm., waiter (Burrard house.)
Parker, A., civil engineer, Park ave.
Parker, A., painter, C.P.R.
Parker, Miss, S., law clerk (J. Boultbee), Bridge hotel.
Parkett, Thos., carpenter, Seymour st.
Parson, John, mariner (Union hotel.)
Parson, John, carpenter (Union hotel.)
Parsons, Jos., carpenter, (Union hotel.)
Patterson, H. A., logger (Northern hotel.)
Patterson, J. E., trimmer ^R.C.P. mills.)
Paul & Marshall, plumbers and gasfitters, 50 Water st.
Paul, J. (Paul & Marshall.)
Payne, J. R., plasterer, Oppenheimer st.
Peake, S. J., compositor (Daily news-advertiser.)
Peck, E. J., machinist, C.P.R.
Percival, J. A., carpenter, Alexander st.
Perkins, W., millwright (Northern hotel.)
Perkins, W., engineer (Hastings saw mills.)
Perron, C, millhand (R.C.P.)
Perry, A. C, staioner and fancy goods, Water St., res. Stewart house.
Peterson, C. J. draughtsman (Gambrinus' saloon.)
Phillips, C, millhand, RC.P. mills.
Physick, Thos., boilermaker, C.P.R.
Picardi, John (Picardi & Vennelli.)
Picken, J., carpenter, Powell st.
Picken, R., St. Julien hotel, 95 Cordova st.
Pickering, W., clerk, C.P.R.
Pickett, James, miner (Richmond house.)
Pierce, W., tallyman (Leamy 8c Kyle.)
Pinord J., prop. Arlington hotel, Pender st.
Pirrie, Wm., clerk, C.P.R. (Carter house.)
Pitkin, H, seed agent (Sutton & Sons), Cambie st.
Pitman, Wm., carpenter (Van. planing mills.)
PITT, R. D., real estate and insurance agent, Jubilee block, Abbott st.
Plant, F., teamster, Alexander st.
Pleace. A., tallyman [Hastings saw mills.]
Pledger, R., messenger, Bank of Montreal.
Plum, Charles, journeyman baker, (J. P. Blake).
Pollay, G., millhand, (R.C.P. mills).
Police Magistrate, T. T. Black, res. Seymour st.
Police station, Powell st.
Polle, R, wood machine man, C.P.R
POLLOCK, J., carriage builder, Powell and Alexander sts.
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" Port Warden," Thain Murray, res. Powell st.
Porter, T., laborer, (Globe saloon.)
Porter, Wm., real estate agent, Dunsmuir st.
Post Office Hastings st, J. Miller, postmaster.
Potts, T, laborer, (Royal hotel.)
Powe, Ed., apprentice, C. P. R.
Powe, Wm., Carpenter, C.P.R.
Powe, Wm, blacksmith, C.P.R.
Powells, John, Hastings st.
Powis, John, Insurance agent, Hastings st.
Presbyterian Church, Oppenheimer st, Rev. T. G. Thomson, pastoi.
Prattey, G, laborer, C. P. R.
Prett, R, brakesman, C.P.R.
Price, Thos., laborer, Cleveland hotel.
Price, Wm. S., timber merchant, Seymour st.
Pride, W., clerk [RCP. mills.]
Priestland, C, millhand [Hastings saw mills.]
PROUT, Wm, prop. Leland house, Hastings st.
Purdie, Jos., blacksmith, West End hotel.
Pyatt, J., painter, Seymour st.
Quann, Thomas, prop. Central hotel, 56 Cordova st.
Queen Bros., Vancouver livery stables, Cambie st.
Queen, C. L. [Queen Bros.), Cambie st.
Queen, E. [Queen Bros.], Cambie st.
Queen's Hotel, M. Gibson, prop., Water st.
Quincy, E., millhand [Hastings saw mills.]
QuiNN, Dr. T. F, dental surgeon, cor. Carroll and Oppenheimer sts.
Rabjohn, L., laborer, C.P.R.
Rae, George, contractor, Harris st.
Raith, T., brakesman, C.P.R.
Ralph, Wm., tinsmith, [R E. Dodds.]
Ramage, S., filer [RC.P. mills.]
Rand Bros, real estate agents, Wilson block, cor Cordova and Abbott
Rand, E. E. [Rand Bros.] [sts.|
Rand, C. D. [Rand Bros.]
Rankin, J, bookkeeper [T. Dunn & Co.], Cordova st.
Rannie, John, planer, (Vancouver planing mills.)
Rannic, T. W, millhand, (Vancouver planing mills.)
Rannie, W. A., foreman, [Vancouver planing mills.].
Ranson, D. W, filer, [Hastings saw mills.]
Ranson, J., millhand, [Hasiings saw mills.]
Ransom, I, fireman, [R.C.P. mills.]
Ransom, N. P, clerk, B.B.C.
Rathgeber, F, machinist, C.P.R. aWfsa-jH^-- -
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Read, J. R, tallyman, [R C. P. mills.]
Reading room, public, 146 Cordova st.
Reesor, D. A, jeweller and watchmaker, 108 Cordova st, res. the Leland.
Regina hotel, Murray & Hume, props. Water st.
Registrar, [Deputy,] county court, Johnson, C. G, office, Cordova st w.
Reichenbauch, Joseph, butcher, [VanVolkenburg 8c Bro,] Water st.
Reid, A. R, stationer, Wilson block, 108 Cordova st.
Reid, H, millhand, [RC.P. mills.]
Reid, James, bartender, Cleveland hotel.
Reid, James A., carpenter, Granville st.
REID, Mrs. J. A, boarding house, Granville st.
Reid, John, carpenter, Cleveland hotel.
Reid, J, laborer, Cleveland hotel.
Reimer, S, tinsmith, (Gambrinus saloon.)
Rensom, A, assistant storekeeper, (Hastings saw mills.]
Revesbach 8c Geddes, livery stables, Trounce alley.
Revesbach, A. H, [senate saloon,] 39 Cordova st.
Revesbach, A. H, [Revesbach & Geddes,] Cordova st.
Reynolds, J, music teacher, Dupont st.
Reynolds, Jos., millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Richmond House, J. Cartwright, proprietor, Carroll st.
Rich, Mrs. K, midwife, Home block, Cordova st.
Richards, Joseph, bar tender, Club saloon.
Richards, S. O., barrister, Cordova st, res. Richards st.
"Richardson, G., boilermaker assistant, C.P.R.
Ridd, Ed., tallyman, (Hastings saw mills.)
Ridle, D, freight conductor, C.P.R.
Ridley, A. H, water tender (Hastings saw mills.)
Ridley, L, millhand (RC.P. mills.)
Riesterer, Robt. prop. Mainland brewery, False creek.
Righter, P., loco, engineer, C.P.R.
Riley, C. W., brakesman, C.P.R.
Riley, James, laborer [Cleveland hotel.] |fc
Riley, M, fireman, C.P.R.
Rivard, J. E, carpencer, Granville st
Robb, John, millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Roberts, D. S, clerk, Hastings st.
Roberts, John, painter, Seymour st.
Roberts, J., millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Roberts, John H, 9th avenue.
Roberts, W. R, watchmaker and jeweller, 200 Cordova st, res. Dunsmuir
Robertson & Coy, estate agents, Abbott st. [and Homer sts.
Robertson, Dr. A. M, (Lefevre & Robertson), res. Richard st.
Robertson, G., tinsmith (E. S. Scoullar & Co.), res. Alexander st. 34
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Robertson, James, Sunnyside hotel, Water st.
Robertson, John, laborer, False creek.
Robertson, R, salesman (Gilmore & Clark.)
Robin, T. (Silverman & Robin), Cordova st.
Robinson, C, waiter (Gold house.)
Robinson, John, saw filer, Water st.
Robinson, J. L, groceries, Granville st.
Robinson, J. W, teacher, res. Hastings st.
Robinson, R, car checker, C.P.R.
Roblin, F, band sawyer (R.C.P. mills.)
ROBSON, Rev. E, minister, Methodist church, res. Homer st.
Rodman, J, brakesman, C.P.R.
Rogers, E, painter (Greyhound hotel.)
Rogers, F., carpenter (Union hotel.)
Rogers, James, carpenter, Granville st.
Rolling, W, millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Rolls, A. A, manager Van. drug store, 70 Cordova st.
Romaing, R, surveyor, Homer st.
Rome, A, clerk, engineer's department, C.P.R.
Ross & Ceperley, real estate agents, Post office block, Hastings st.
Ross, A. R, inspector, C.P.R.
Ross, A. W., M.P. (Ross & Ceperley), res. C.P.R. hotel.
Ross, George, assistant cook, Tremont hotel.
Ross, John, bar tender, Royal hotel..
Ross, J. C, laborer, C.P.R.
Ross, Malcolm, carpenter (Queen's hotel.)
Ross, W. B, carpenter (Hastings saw mills.)
Rounsfell, G, checker, C.P.R.
Rounsfell, John (Ross & Ceperley), res. Burrard house.
Rowbottom, G, butcher (VanVolkenburg), Union hotel.
Rowley, J. R. C, res. Seymour st.
Rowling, W. H, fruit and grocery store, Westminster ave.
Roy, A., carpenter, C.P.R.
Roy, L, car repairer, C.P.R.
Roy, George E. (Barnes & Roy), Water st.
Royal City Planing Mills, R C. Ferguson, supt, Carroll st.
Royal Hotel, F Woods, prop. Water st.
Russell, McDonald & Coy, auctioneers, 72 Cordova st.
Rutherford, R, fireman No. 1 and teamster, res. Fire hall.
Rutledgc, J. T, carpenter, Pender st.
Ryne. Thos., sub-contractor (Cleveland hotel.)
Salsbury, W. F, local treasurer, C.P.R.
Sanders, E, alderman, res. Harris st.
Sanders, W. H, job printer (R. Mathison, jr.), Hastings st. mmmm
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Sanderson, Robt, carpenter (Union hotel.)
Sandford, James, contractor, Alexander st.
Sargent, E., laborer, Harris st
Schaefer, M, laborer (Gambrinus' saloon.)
Schlenk, John (Stag and pheasant.)
Schofield, J. H, clerk, C.P.R.
Scott, J. A, clerk, Hastings st.
Scott, A., clerk, res. Cordova st.
Scott, L, butcher (Hayes 8c Mcintosh.)
SCOULLAR, E. S., & Coy., tinsmiths, 162 Water st
SCOULLAR, A. W. (E. S. Scoullar & Co.), res. New Westminster ave.
Scuitto, John, baker, cor. Alexander and Powell sts.
Seaton, J. W., bookkeeper (St. Julien hotel.)
Sehl, Jacob, furniture dealer, Cordova st.
Sentell, Bros, .contractors, 64 Cordova st.
Sentell, A. J. (Sentell Bros.)
Sentell, Ed, farmer, Cordova st.
Sentell, E. B. (Sentell Bros)
Sentell, F. W. (Sentell Bros.)
Sentell, Geo. (Sentell Bros.), Oppenheimer st
Shaffer, M., foreman (W. Harkins\ Cleveland hotel.
Shannon & Hall, real estate agents, 60 Water st
Shannon, Wm. [Shannon & Hall], Water st
Shannon, S, labourer, Alexander st.
Sharp, Geo. laborer (Royal hotel.)
Sharp, Wm., boot and shoemaker, Cordova st.
Shaw & Linton, boat builders, foot of Carroll st
Shaw, Joseph (Shaw & Linton), Carroll st
Shea, S. S., train dispatcher, C.P.R.
Sheehan, D, blacksmith, C.P.R
Sheer?, Dan, blacksmith, C.P.R.
Sheltpn, Giles, car inspector, C.P.R, Richard st,
Shelton, G, car inspector, CP.R.
Shenley House Private School (Miss Upton), Oppenheimer st
Shennon, Sam, laborer (Gambrinus' hotel.)
Shields, Mrs. E, cook, Tremont hotel.
SHIMON, G., Mainland restaurant, Cordova st
Short, J, bricklayer (Northern hotel.)
Shortfall, Wm, carpenter (Richmond house.)
Shotton, A., carpenter (RC.P. mills.)
Shriner, W. C, finisher (F. W. Hart.)
Sicley, C. (Wize & Sicley.)
Silverman & Robin, Van. Loan office, 31  Cordova st.
Silverman, J. K. (Silverman & Robin), 31 Cordova st. 36
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Simpson, Theo., teamster (Cleveland hotel.)
Simson, C, storekeeper (Hastings saw mills.)
Sinclair, A. P., clerk (Rand Bros.)
Sinnamon, D, machinist (Richmond house.)
Skating Rink, Carroll st. (F. W. Hart, manager.)
Skeffington, G, fitter, C.P.R.
Skene, W., com. merchant, Innes block, Hastings st, res. Richard st.
Skinner, B. B., truck and dray stables, Alexander st.
Skinner, J., millhand, Hastings saw mills.
Slater, C. R, teller, Bank B. C.
G. F, manager (Van. shingle mills), False creek.
Mrs. Eva, dressmaker. Hastings st.
Wm. J, barber, Hastings st.
W., clerk (J. S. Clute & Co.)
C, baker (Campbell & Martin.)
Chas, variety store, Carroll st.
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C. W., foreman (F. W. Hart), Cordova st.
Chas. P, carpenter, Westminster ave.
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E. F, clerk, Purchasing dept, C.P.R
Geo. (Palmer Bros.), Dupont st.
G. W., carpenter, Westminster ave.
Henry (Vancouver brewery.) j
H, B, engineer Vancouver water works, res. Club saloon, Carroll
J., carpenter (Northern hotel.) [st.
J. F, carpenter (Northern hotel.)
J. H, carpenter, Richard st.
L N., clerk, C.P.R
R, carpenter, Westminster ave.
W. L, clerk, (Bank,) res. Home st.
W. J, teamster, Oppenheimer st
Soerensen, Gustave, clerk, (Bewicke & Wulffsohn,) Stewart house.
Solloway, A. E, engine cleaner, C. P. R.
Somers, John, carpenter, Hastings st.
Somerville, Wm, laborer, Beattie st.
SOMES, S. D, hotel prop. White Swan, Cordova st, w., cor Seymour
Sommers, James, clerk, Vancouver market.
Soule, W, stevedore, Powell st.
Spiers, Sam, laborer, (Globe saloon.)
Spring T. B, contractor, cor. Gore avenue and Oppenheimer st.
Spink, J. F, real estate, res. Westminster avenue.
Sprague, W. T, freight conductor, C. P. R.
Springer, B, manager Moodyville saw mills.
St. Charles Hotel, Duhamel, H, prop, Pender st VANCOUVER   CITY   DIRECTORY.
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St. Julian Hotel, Pickens, R. A. prop., 95 Cordova st
Stables, James, Gordon & Stables, (Union hotel.)
Stafford, J, well sinker and miner, Granville st.
Stag & Pheasant Hotel, Chas. Doering, prop., 170 Water st
Standard Oil Co., C. C. Morrell, agent, 190 Cordova st.
Stanford, J., cantractor, Alexander st
Star Hotel, Matheson, Peter, prop., 224 Cordova st
Stark, T. G, bricklayer, Hastings st
Steel, C. W, millhand, [R.C.P. mills.]
Steel, W., brakesman, C.P.R.
Steffen, E, baker, [J. Scuitto.]
I Stephens, F., millhand, [Leamy & Kyle.]
Stephens, Fred., home bakery, Home block, Cordova st
Sterns, A., miner, [Central hotel.]
Stettigue, Mrs. W. S., dressmaker, Cordova st.
Stevens, A. S., train dispatcher, C.P.R.
I Stevens, Thos., Westminster avenue.
Stevens, Wm, miner (Central hotel.)
! Stevenson, Dr., M.D., M.C.P.S, Hastings st
Steward, W. P., millhand (RC.P. mills.)
' Stewart, James, sawyer (RC.P. mills.)
Stewart, John, chief police, City hall, res. Alexander st
Stewart, John, carpenter (Regina hotel.)
Stewart, Mrs., M., Private boarding house, 212 Water st
Stewart, M. P., fruit and produce store, Carroll st
Sthlosser, M., foreman (Van. planing mills.)
Storer & Codling, groceries and provisions, Powell st
Storer, F. (Storer & Codling.)
Strahan, Frank (Irving & Strahan), Seymour st
Straube, V. J., gunsmith, Abbott st
Stringham, Chas., sign painter (Stag and pheasant)
j Stuart, Ben., butcher [W. Markes.]
Stuart, Ed., plasterer, Seymour st
Stuart, J., sawyer (Richmond house.)
Stuart, James, clerk (Oppenheimer Bros.), Hastings st
Suckling, A. E, clerk, gen. supt office, C.P.R.
Sullivan, A. W., merchant, Cordova st.
! Sullivan, Charles, engineer, Cordova st
Sullivan's Hall, Cordova st
Sullivan, J, car repairer, C.P.R.
Summers, H., American restaurant (White swan), Seymour st.
I Summers, Wm, carpenter (White swan.)
I SUMNER, Wm., builder, Granville st
Suhnyside Hotel, McKinnon & McGirr, props., I Water st. 38
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Sutherland, J. W. & Co, employment bureau, 422 Cordova st.
Sutherland, J, brakesman, C.P.R.
Sutherland, J. W, carpenter, Abbott st.
Sutherland, Robt, millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Sutton, W. H, builder, Water st.
Swain, W. (Walker & Swain.)
Swan, J, laborer (Cleveland hotel.)
Swanson, Alfred, prop. Globe saloon, 52 Cordova st.
Sweeny, C, manager Bank of Montreal, res. Hastings st.
Sweetman, J. (Van. planing mills.)
Symons, Charles, merchant tailor, Oppenheimer st.
Symonds, S, clerk (F. W. Hart.)
Tait, John, clerk (A. C, Thicke), Water st.
Talcott, E. W, hotel prop. (Bay View house.)
TATLOW, R G. & Co, real estate, insurance. &c, cor. Cordova and Cambie sts, res Oppenheimer st.
TAYLOR, C. E, manager Bank B. N. America, res. Powell st.
Taylor, F. A, carpenter, Prior st.
TAYLOR, Geo. (Ichi Ban), 420 Cordova st.
Taylor, G. M, machinist, C.P.R.
Taylor, John, manager O. & O. iron works, Alexander st
Taylor, J. A., shoemaker (G. L Allan.]
Taylor, J, millhand (Hastings saw mills.)
Taylor, John, engineer, Westminster ave.
Taylor, John  H., engineer, Oppenheimer st.
Taylor, Thos, engineer, res. Hambrook B. house.
Taylor, W, carpenter, Howe st.
Tays, Alex., teamster, 524 Cordova st.
Telegraph Office, Bay view, Cordova st.
Telephone Coy, Central, Charles S. Tilley, manager, Cordova st.
Temple, C. H., fitter, C.P.R
Templeton, J, bookkeeper (Onfario grocery.)
Templeton, W., Ontario grocery, cor. Carroll and Hastings sts.
Terhune, A. N, secy, freight and pass, dept, C.P.R.
Teskey, Chas., carriage builder (W. Beavis )
Tetterley, C, laborer, Powell st.
Thain, Murray, port warden, res. Powell st.
Thatcher, H, painter, C.P.R.
Thibault, Joseph, carpenter, Trounce alley.
THICKE, Arthur C, j Cheapside" ready-made clothing, dry goods,1
99 Cordova st; groceries, 110 Water st.
Thicke, R. O, bookkeeper (A. C. Thicke), res. Cordova st.
Thomas, Chas, millhand (R.C.P. mills.)
Thomas. Fred., carpenter, Richards st. M&*^SiKf^
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Thomas, Gabriel, cigar maker, Abbott st.
Thomas, G. W, carpenter, Westminster ave.
Thomas, W. (Van. gas company), res. Columbia ave.
Thompson, E, agent (Greyhound hotel.)
Thompson, J, brakesman, C.P.R
Thompson, J, blacksmith, C.P.R.
Thompson, J, blacksmith (Leamy & Kyle.)
Thompson, Peter, carpenter (Regina hotel.)
Thomson Bros, booksellers, stationers and printers, 46 Cordova st.
Thomson, S, carpenter (Union hotel.)
Thomson, Rev. T. G., pastor, Presbyterian church, res. Oppenheimer st.
THORNTON, J. B, grocer, 59 Cordova st.
Thornton, J., clerk, C.P.R, gen. supt. office.
Tift, J. (News-advertiser), res. Powell st.
Tiller, Jas, plasterer, Hastings st.
Tilley, Charles S, manager Central telephone 11 Cordova st.
TlLLEY, S. T, bookseller, stationer and news agent, 11 Cordva st
Tinkiss, J. D, carpenter, Water st.
Tivey, Mrs., Private boarding house, Seymour st.
Tivey, Thomas, stone mason, Seymour st.
W. Todd, steward, Greyhound hotel.
Tollie, James, logger, Homer st.
Townley, J. D, assist, to gen. supt. and accountant, C.P.R.
Townsend, John, tug-pointer, Harris st.
Tremont Hotel, John Abrams, proprietor, Carroll st
Tremont Saloon, Lloyd & McCoskery, props, Carroll st.
Tupper, E, wheel borer, C.P.R.
Turner, E, laborer, C.P.R.
Turner, Geo., real estate broker, Cordova st.
Twiford, T. L, architect, Seymour st.
TYE & COY., hardware merchants, Powell st.
Tynan, T, wharfinger, City wharf.
Tyson, A, M..(Johnston & Tyson), Richard st.
Tyson, James, repairing tailor, Carroll st.
Udy, W. S., carpenter, Westminster ave.
Union Hotel, Larson & McDonald, props, Abbott st.
Upham, G. F, tallyman (R.C.P. mills.)
Upham, Fred., president fire brigade, res. Carroll st
Upper, J. W, messenger, Dom. express co, res. Regina hotel.
Upton, Miss, Shenley house private school, Oppenheimer st
United States Consulate, Chas. M. Bolton, 516 Cordova st.
U. S. Inspector of Customs, Charles M. Bolton, 516 Cordova st
Urquhart, Geo., clerk (Hayes & Mcintosh.)
URQUHART, Wm., wine and spirit merchant, Powell st.
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Vanbramer, James, agent, Moodyville saw mill yard, Water st.
Vance, B., carpenter (Cleveland hotel.)
Vancouver Brewery, (Charles Doering), Scotia st and 7th ave.
Vancouver Brick Co, D. A. McFarland & Co, props,offices,Cambie st.
Vancouver Central Telephone Coy, i i Cordova st, C. S. Tilley,
manager.
Vancouver Daily News-Advertiser (Cotton & Gordon, props.),
Cambie st.
Vancouver Drug store. Rolls, A. A, manager, 70 Cordova st.
Vancouver Electric Illum. Coy, offices, Alexander st, secy, J. W.
McFarland.
Vancouver Evening Herald (W. Brown, editor), Hastings st.
Vancouver Gas Coy., C. D. Rand, secy.-tfeas., offices, 100 Cordova st.
Vancouver Improvement Coy, (R. G. Tatlow, agent), Cambie' st.
Vancouver Laundry, C. D. Mussenden, prop, Powell st
Vancouver Loan office (J. K. Silverman & Robin), 31 Cordova st.
Vancouver Market (R. V. Winch,) 20 Cordova st.
Vancouver Omnibus and Transfer Co. B. B. Skinner, man, 27 Cordova st.
Vancouver Planing Mills (McKay & Sweetman), False creek.
Vancouver Photo Coy. (J. D. Hall, manager), 416 Cordova st.
Vancouver Real Estate Exchange (Jas. M. Holland, manager), Cordova
st, Cordova st, opposite Homer st.
Vancouver San Juan Lime Coy. (R. W. Gordon, man.), Carroll st
Vancouver Shingle Mills (G. F. Slater, manager), False creek.
Vancouver Soap Works (L. G. Belond, manager), Prior st.
Vancouver Soda Water Works (Murchison & Derraugh, props.)
Westminster avenue.
Vancouver Transfer Coy. (Palmer Bros.), Dupont st.
Vancouver Water Works Coy. (J. W. McFarland, secy, and treas.),
offices, Alexander st.
Vancouver Wharfage & Storage Coy. (J. W. McFarland, secy),
Alexander st.
Vancouver Wine Coy. (E. H. King, manager), Cordova st.
Vason, E., contractor, Pender st,
Van Houten, W., tinsmith (McLennan & McFeely.)
VANVOLKENBURGH & Bro, butchers, Water st
VanVolkenburgh, J. (Van Volkenburgh & Bro.), res. Powell st.
Vennelli, J. (Picardi & Vennelli.)
Vivian, Wm, painter, Richard st.
Wade, P., brakesman, C.P.R.
Waite, D, builder and carpenter, Hamilton st.
Walduck, F., carpenter, Westminster ave.
Wales, Miss, Private school, Seymour st.
Walken, H. B., assistant engineer, C.P.R. •
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Walker & Swain, Cafe, Burrard, Cordova st
Walker, Arthur (Walker & Swain.)
Walker J., carpenter, (Hastings saw mills.)
Walker, L, engineer (Burrard house.)
Ward, J. W, baggage master, C.P.R.
Waterer, C, laborer, C.P.R.
Waterman, F. J., compositor, " Herald " office.
Waters, W. M., compositor, (Daily news-advertiser.)
Waters, W. J, carpenter (St. Charles' hotel.)
Waterhouse, Thos., watchmaker and Jeweller, 34 Cordova st.
Watson, W. H. (Hayden & Co.), res. Granville st.
Watson, J., farmer, Alexander st.
Watters, W, carpenter, (St. Charles' hotel.)
Weaver, Mrs, Private boarding house, Pender st.
Webb, H, barber, Abbott st.
Webber, Capt., supt Can. Pac. S.S. line, 516 Cordova st
Webster, Geo. C , chief landing waiter, Customs, res. Gold house.
Weeks, G. W. [Hudson Bay Coy.], 150 Cordova st.
Weiss, W., blacksmith, Burrard st
Weit, J, turner [RC.P. mills.]
Welch, John, teamster, Alexander st
Wert, John, painter, False creek.
Wert, J. H, grocer, Hamilton st
Westcott, Miss, milliner (Brown & White.)
Westcott, D., boiler maker, C.P.R.
Westcott, W. S, foreman, C.P.R.
West End Hotel, Jackson & Brockie, props, 625 Hastings st.
Westerond, O, wheel pressman, C.P.R.
Wharton, E. A, laborer, C.P.R.
Whipple, T. L., stevedore, Hastings st
White, Ed! (Brown & White.)
White, J, boilermaker, C.P.R.
White, H, millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
White, Wm., steward, Powell st.
White Swan Hotel, S. D. Somes, prop, 500 Cordova st.
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tehead, J. N., axeman, C.P.R.
tehead, John M, surveyor, Hastings st.
tfield, Mrs. E., waitress, Tremont hotel.
tlow, Dan, clerk, C.P.R,
tworth, Miss, tailoress (W. Murphy.)
tworth, E,, machinist, Westminster ave.
tworth, Percy, compositor, " Herald " office.
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Whyte, Jas, boilermaker, C.P.R.
Widen, Louis, assistant brewer (Mainland brewery.)
Wiegan, Charles, clerk (Jacob Sehl], res. Prior st.
Wiffen, W. S., salesman (Brown & White.)
Wilcox, H, bottler (Murchison & Derraugh), Westminster ave.
Wildman & Barry, props. Casino saloon, 88 Cordova st. ^
Wildman, A. V. (Wildman & Barry.)
Wilds, Alfred, Fruit and candy_store, Oppenheimer st.
Wilgress, X. T, paymaster, C.P.R.
Wilkinson, G, laborer (Richmond house.)
Williams, Alf, fireman (Hastings saw mills.)
Williams, Chas, millhand (Leamy & Kyle.)
Williams, James (Wright, Williams 8c Co.),  182 Cordova st.
Williams, J, West cliff cottage, Hastings st, w.
Williams, J. T, res. Gold house.
Williams, S, clerk, C.P.R.
Williams, T., bricklayer (Britannia hotel.)
Williams, Wm, carpenter, res. Burrard house.
Williams, W, E, carpenter, Cordova st
Wilson, Alex, carpenter (Tremont hotel.)
Wilson, Charles, bar tender, Club saloon.
Wilson, C, tinsmith, C.P.R
Wilson, C. I., pressman (Daily news-advertiser.)
Wilson, G. I., dry goods, 176 Cordova st.
Wilson, W. B., real estate broker, Cordova st.
Wilson, W. S., carpenter, Oppenheimer st.
Winch, R. V., Vancouver market, 20 Cordova st.
WINDSOR, C. S., manager (The 2 red flags) Clothing store, 116 Water st
res. Powell st.
Winters, R R, Palace baths, 63 Cordova st.
Wize 8c Sicley, contractors (P. O. box 255)
Wize, James (Wize & Cicley.)
Wolf, L, laborer (Gambrinus' saloon.)
Wolfer, John, laborer, Howe st.
Wood, B. L, merchant tailor, 137 Water st.
Wood, F, prop. Royal hotel, 135 Water st.
Wood, G, bricklayer, Beattie st.
Wood, G. A, teamster, Alexander st.
Wood, W. E, manager (Thomson Bros.), res. Dougall house.
Woodaman & Edgar, blacksmiths, 28 Oppenheimer st.
Woodaman, Thos. (Woodaman & Edgar.)
Woods, J. G., bookkeeper (Leamy & Kyle.)
Worsnop, Capt. C. A, reporter, (Daily news-advertiser.)
Wray, R, boilermaker, C.P.R. tfa§axM
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Wrede, B., prop. Fountain saloon, 43 Cordova st.
Wright, Williams, & Coy, Cordova market, 182 Cordova st
Wright, A. W. (Wright, Williams, & Coy), 182 Cordova st
Wright, Frank (Wright, Williams, & Coy), Cordova st.
Wright, G, compositor (Daily news-advertiser.)
Wulffsohn, J. (Bewicke & Wulffsohn), Seaton st.
Whytock, L, foreman, Factory (R.C.P. mills.)   •
Y. M. C. A, 139 Hastings st.
Yorker, J. C, financier (Dougall house.)
Younie, James, millhand (R.CP. mills.)
Young, L. C, cook (Hastings saw mills.)
Young, W. B., manager, telegraph department, C.P.R.
Zebulen, Frank, storekeeper, Carroll st.
Zibuly, John, repairing tailor, 4 Oppenheimer st.
For addtional names and removals, &c, see preceding pages in Directory
HASTINGS
Hastings is situate on the south side of the Inlet, three miles from Vancouver hy a good road, aud is connected with New Westminster and Vancouver hy the C. P. Railway.   It is the " Brighton" of the Mainland
and the fashionable resort for visitors especially during the summer months.    The "Brighton" Hotel is
I one of the best and most popular hotels on the Mainland.
HASTINGS DIRECTORS
Allen, Wm, contractor.
Cadvill, Jas., gentleman.
Cronen,    Jerry,    ostler    (Brighton
house.)
Brighouse, Sam, gentleman.
Black, Geo, prop. (Brighton house.)
Brighton House, Geo. Black, prop.
Ellison, A, laborer.
Hailstone, Wm, gentleman
Howse, A. R, store keeper.
Jones, W. D, boat builder.
LaChappelle, shinge maker.
Langley, A, clerk, Brighton house.
Lerang, Vincent, shingle maker.
Meiggs, T. B, shingle maker.
Myers, John P., logger.
Robertson, H. j., gentleman.
Ross, E. L, concractor.
Stenson, J., laborer. ifeKj
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MOODYVILLE,
Is situated on the north shore of the Inlet, distant from Vancouver about two miles. It has a population
of about two hundred and fifty, chiefly officers and employees of the Moodyville Sawmill Co., which extensive
establishment occupies a site on the water's front near the centre of the town. Moodyville. has its churches,
common school, well kept reading room and a first-class hotel. It is also the headquarters for the steam
ferry boats which constantly ply to all points on the Inlet.
MOODYVILLE   DIRECTORY.
Allan, Patrick A., blacksmith.
Allen; James, campman.
Anderson J., millman.
Ashton, Thos., longshoreman.
Austin, Sam., campman.
Baird, Robt, logger.
Barry, Wm., millman.
Baxter, Patrick, logger.
Benson, T, engineer s. Etta White
Bentley, C, millman.
Bone, Geo., millman.
Boyse, Ned, millman.
Bridgeman, E. C, mate of ss. Etta
White.
Cadwallader, Evan, millman.
Cadwallader, Ewan, millwright.
Cadwallader, H.. millman.
Cahar, H, campman.
Card, D. W., saw filer.
Chadwick, E., night watchman.
Charlton, O. E., assist, storekeeper.
Chick, Hy, tallyman.
Collis, Walter, longshoreman.
Conners, Patrick, campman.
Costello, Jos., campman.
Crackenthorpe, C, tallyman.
Davis, Sam., millman.
Decker, Stephen, logger.
Dineen, Wm., camp foreman.
Dore, D., campman.
Drake, John, millman.
Drillis, C. millman.
Eggie, Wm., campman.
Emerson, E, millman.
Erwin, Walter, lighthouse keeper.
Fisher, J. A., camp foreman.
Flood, R. H, clerk.
Godden, Henry, longshoreman.
Gray, Alex, campman.
Griffin, Wm., longshoreman.
Haggard, James M, engineer.
Haggman, C. J, millman.
Hancock, John, farmer, North Arm.
Hannon, Thos, logger.
Harbell; Oliver G.. tallyman.
Hardy, G, logger.
Harmon, J. L., campman.
Higgmann, Thos., farmer, N. Arm.
Hollander, Sam, assist. machinist-
Holmes, Wm, capt, ss. Leonora.
Hutchinson, B., millhand.
Jacklimm, J, mule driver.
James,   Stanley,   postmaster   and
store keeper.
Johnson, Peter, capt. Skiddegate.
Kamm, T., millman.
Kelly, J, millman.
King, Alfred, C, N. clerk.
Knight, R, day watchman.
Lenwark, John, millman.
Little Geo, 2nd engineer.
Mackee, W, camp foreman.
Mattison, V, campman.
Merrett, Jos, saw filer.
McCarthy John, millman.
McCormick, Jas., logger.
McCullum, Angus, logger.
McDermott, D, millman.
McDonald, Donald, millman.
Mclnnes, Geo, deckhand. BBSS
ADVERTISEMENTS.
Mclnnes, Gus., millman,
McManus, D, nfillman.
McPhaden, Capt, stevedore.
McPhaiden, J. P, manager Moodyville steam ferry company.
McWhinney, Jas, foreman.
Miller, Jas, millman.
Miller, Peter, campman.
Munden, Henry, millman.
Murray, W, deckhand.
Newman W, millman.
Newmam, Chas, millman.
Newman, M, millman.
Patterson,  John, foreman  plainer.
Perkins, H. A., logger.
Peterson, Chas., millman.
Pitt, J., millman.
Power, W, hotel keeper.
Purser, James, campman.
Ramsdell, H, foreman M. S. M.
Randall, S. J, engineer.
Rivers, Chas, millman.
Roberts, August, campman.
Robertson, John, millman.
E.  McCOSKRIE & CO.,
ARCHITECTS, CIVIL, SANITARY & MINING ENGINEERS,
BUILDING SURVEYORS & GENERAL VALUATORS.
Special attention to Churches, Schools and Public Buildings, and to
Elevators, Bridge, Railway, Hydraulic and Sanitary Work generally.
//*--
Office : 4*§ CORDOVA STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C
—p. o. 213.—
PRIVATE   BOARDING   HOUSE.
 S«=MRS. JENNIE McNEILL.^	
8 CAMBIE STREET, NEAR WATER STREET, VANCOUVER,
—COMFORTABLE WELL FURNISHED ROOMS.—
Russell, Alex., logger.
Ryan, J, millman.
Scott, John, farmer.
Scott, Jas., teamster.
Sheffler, Henry, millman.
Smith, Louis, longshoreman.
Smith, C, V, mate, ss. Etta White.
Smith, Henry, capt, ss. Efta White.
Smith, Robt. F, millhand.
Smith, Victor, deckhand.
Spaulding, C, M, sawyer.
Springer, B:, J.P, manager M.S.M.
Thain, Muiray, stevedore.
Tibbetts, M., millman.
Tregenza, C. S. D, millman.
Umlah, B, campman.
Walgren, Peter, millman.
Waller, Henry, tallyman.
Waugh, W., campman.
White, Thos, carpenter.
Williams, Alonzo., millman.
Williams, John, night   watchman.
Williams, Peter, campman. A FEW OF
THE LEADING BUSINESS HOUSES IN VANCOUVER,
(CLASSIFIED.)
ACCOUNTANTS.
Devine, John, 138 Cordova st.
Knox, Wm. M, HO Camhie st.
AGENTS.
Fraser & Leonard (machinery), 114 Cambie st.
Morrison, James (general), 105 Water st.
Skene, Wm. (dry goods), 515 Hastings st.
Leask & Johnson, 510 Cordova st.
ARCHITECTS.
Blackmore, Wm., 422 Cordova st.
Mallandaine, E, Jr., cor Hastings, andColumhiaave.
McCartney, Alan E., 144 Cordova st.
McCoskrie & Co, 422 Cordova st.
ARTISTIC DECORATIONS.
Diplock, A. B. & Co. (McCaw, Stephenson & Orrs),
520 Cordova st.
AUCTIONEERS.
Beattie, A. M., 32 Cordova st.
Eussell, McDonald & Coy, 72 Cordova st.
BAKERS & CONFECTIONERS.
Rlake, J., 35 Carroll st.
Britton & McFarland, Granville st.
Campbell & Martin, 27 Abbott st.
Scuitto, J, 1 Powell st.
Stephens, F, 414 Cordova st.
BANKS.
Bank of British Columbia, 438 Hastings st.
Bank of British N. America, 32 Carroll st.
Bank of Montreal, 440 Hastings st.
BARBERS.
By she, F. W., Shaving parlor, 37 Carroll st.
Lafond, A, Oppenheimer st.
BARRISTERS.
Boultbee, John, Wilson block, Cordova st.
Corbould & McColl, 512 Cordova st.
Drake, Jackson & Helmcken, Richard st.
BLACKSMITHS.
Beavis, Wm, 64 Hastings st.
McAlister, John, 7 Powell st.
Mitchell, J, 156 Water st.
Woodaman & Edejar, 28 Oppenheimer st.
BRICK MAKERS,
Van. Brick Yard, office 107 Cambie street.
BOARDING HOUSES.
Brown, Mrs. E. A., Hastings st.
Davidson, Mrs. J. R, 207 Abbott st.
Harrison, Mrs, Westminster ave.
McDonald & Kirk, Misses, 178 Water st.
McNeill, Mrs. Jennie, 8 Cambie st.
Reid, Mrs. J. A., Granville st.
Stewart House, Mrs. Stewart, 212 Water st.
Weaver, Mrs., Pender st.
BOAT BUILDERS.
Shaw & Linton, Carroll st.
BOOT  AND SHOEMAKERS.
Allan, G. L, 13 Cordova st.
Johnston, J. C, 44 Cordova st.
Mills, J. R, 50 Cordova st.
BREWERIES.
The City Brewery, Hastings st.
Vancouver Brewery, Scotia st,
BUTCHERS.
Barnes, Roy, (Pork) 26 Cordova st.
City Market. 186 Cordova st.
Hayes, & Mcintosh, 55 Cordova st.
Stewart, L. (Peoples Market) 118 Carrol st.
VanVolkenburgh & Bro, 17 Water st.
CARPENTERS.
Geary, G. H, Hastings st.
Hill & McKinnon, Oppenheimer st.
Kemp, J. A., Oppenheimer st.
McGhie & McLuckie, Richard st.
Smith, R, Westminister ave.
CARRIAGE MAKERS.
Pollock', J, 7 Powell st.
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
McCartney, F. C, 75 Walter st.
McDowell, H. & Co, 28 Cordova st.
Nelson, Charles, 112 Cordova st. Wilson Block.
CIGAR MAKERS.
Kurtz, & Co., 4 Abbott st.
COAL MERCHANTS.
Couth. & Co., Harris st.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Boucher. F. D, Richard st.
Rae, Geo, Harris st.
Sentell. Bros., Cordova st.
Spring. T. B. cor Gore aven. & Oppenheimer st.
Sumner. W, Granville st.
Wize & Cicley, P.O. box 255. CLASSIFIED—(CONTINUED.
CLOTHING & GENT'S FURNISHING.
Greenburg, H, 81 Cordova-st.
Hyman, & Sons, 2 Water st.
Windsor, C. S, The two red fla^s, 116 Water st
COMMISION MERCHANTS AND
AGENTS.
Clark, T. W, (Wholesale produce), Oppenheimer st.
Henderson, Bros, 40 Cordova st.
Leask, & Johnson. 510 Cordova st.
Oppenheimer, Bros, 102 Powell st.
DECORATIVE ART.
Miller, Misses, 60 Cordova st.
DENTAL   SURGEONS.
'Quinn, Dr. W, cor. Carroll st. & Oppenheimer st.
DRESSMAKERS.
Ca meron, Miss. Gore avenue.
Gendron, Mrs, 143 Water st.
DRY GOODS.
Brown A White, 30 Carroll st.
Clute, J. S, & Co, 135 Hastings st.
Cowderoy, Bros. (Groceries) 164 Cordova"st.
Gordon, G. R, 112 Carroll st.
Hayden, I. J, & Co, 138 Water st
Myles, R, J, Hastings st
Skene, W, (Wholesale) 515 Hasting* st.
Thicke, A. C, Cheapside 99 Cordova & 110 Water st.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU.
Sutherland, J. W, & Co, 422 Cordova st
FERRIES.
Moodyville Ferry.
FOUNDRIES.
Occidental & Oriental Iron Works Co, Alex. st.
FRUIT MERCHANTS, WHOLESALE.
Canning, J, 518 Cordova st.
Goldstein, M, 33 Carroll st.
FURNITURE DEALERS.
Abrams, & McKenzie 71 Cordova st.
Hart, F, W, 27 Cordova st
Irving, & Strahan, Seymore st.
Sehl, Jacob, 64 Cordova st.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Brown, C. L, 5 Oppenheimer st.
Edwards, E. D, 109 Carroll st
Hudson Bay Co, 150 & 154 Cordova st
Martin, F. X.r 25 Cordova st.
GUNSMITHS.
Straub, V. J, 10 Abbott st.
HARDWARE.
Dodds, R. E, 114 Carrol st
Dunn, Thos, & Co, 146 Cordova st.
Tye, & Co., 8 Powell st.
HARNESS MAKERS.
Van. Harness shop, 20 Oppenheimer st.
Arlington, Pender st.
Bridge, Westminster avenue
Central, 66 Cordova st.
Carter House, 166 Water st.
City, 35 Powell st.
Cosmopolitan, 101 Cordova.
Eagle, Westminster avenue.
Edinburgh, 124 Water st
Gold House, 66 Water st
Granville, 26 Water st,
Greyhound, 232 Water st.
Leland, 522 Hastings st.
Northern hotel, 30 Hastings st
Queens, 106 Water st.
Royal, 135 Water st.
St Charles, Pender st
St. Julien, 95 Cordova-st.
Stag & Pheasant, 170 Water st.
Sunnyside, 1 Water st.
West End, 625 Hastings st.
White Swan, 500 Cordova st.
INSURANCE AGENTS.
Bodwell, E. V, 107 Cambie st
Mellon, H. A, (Marine.) 5Q4 Cordova st
Powis, J, Hastings st.
Ross & Ceperley, P.O. Block, Hastings st
IRON CORNICE MANUFACTURERS.
McLennan, & McFeely, 132 Cordova st.
Scoullar, A. S, & Co, 162 Water st
JAPANESE STORES.
Ichi Ban, 420 Cordova st   .
LAND SURVEYORS.
Garden & Hermon (Dom & Prov.), 116 Cambie st.
LAUNDRIES.
Mussenden, C. D, Powell st
LIME MANUFACTURERS,
San Juan Coy, Carrol st
MARKETS.
Brown's, Market, Fruit, Fish, Game & Vegetables.
29 Carroll st.
Lacroix, G, cor. Cambie & Cordova st.
Vancouver, (R. V. Winch.) 20 Cordova st
Wright, Williams & Co. ,182 Cordova st.
MUSIC TEACHERS.
Painton, F. J, 220 Water st.
OIL MERCHANTS.
Standard Oil Co., 190 Cordova st
PAWNBROKERS.
Silverman * Robin, 31 Cordova st.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Brock, J. A, 140 Cordova st.
Hall, J. D, 416 Cordova st 48
VANCOUVER
PHYSICIANS, AND SURGEONS.
McGuigan &Langis, Wilson Block, Cordova st.
PIANO & MUSICAL INST. AGENTS.
Diplock, A. B, k Co, Brinsmeads piano's, Chap-
pell's Mus. Instruments, 520 Cordova st.
PLASTERERS, ORNAMENTAL.
Mager, Bros, Carroll st
PRINTERS.
Mathison, R, junr, 323 Hastings st
The Herald office,       162     do.
The News Advertiser, 119 Cambie st.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Barker, Robt, 280 Cordova st.
Beattie, A.M., 82 Cordova st.
. Bodwell, E. V, 107 Cambie st
Devine, John, 138 Cordova st
Douglas & Hargraves, 190 Cordova st
Granville & Co, 84 Cordpva st.
Innes, F. C, & Co, 434 Cordova st
Maclean & Co, Cordova st
Pitt, R. D, 6 Abbott st
Prest, T, 408 Cordova st.
Rand Bros, 100 Cordova st.
Robertson & Co., Abbott st
Ross & Ceperley, P. 0. Block, Hastings st.
Shannon & Hall, 60 Water st
.Vancouver Real Estate Co, Cordova st
RESTAURANTS.
Jubilee, 14 Abbott st
International, 66 Cordova st
Mainland, 220 Coado va st
Palace. 224 Water st.
St Julien, 93 Cordova st
Temperance, Granville st
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Jones, C. H, 812 Hastings st
SALOONS.
Bodega, 21 Carroll st
Cabinet, 180 Water st
Casino, 88 Cordova st.
Gambrinus, 146 Water st
Germania, 19 Water st.
Globe, 52 Cordova st
Jubilee, 78 Water st.
Pullman, 100 Water st.
The Retreat, 65 Cordova st
Terminus, 38 Water st.
Tremont, 16 Carroll st.
SAW MILLS.
Leamy & Kyle, Carroll st.
Moodyville, Moodyville.
Royal City, Carroll st.
Vancouver Planing Mills, False creek.
SEED MERCHANTS.
Pitkin, H. (Sutton & Sons), Cambie st
SEWING MACHINE AGENTS.
Ouellet, Carroll st
SHIPPING AGENTS.
Clements, W, Capt, 150 Alexander st.
Leask & Johnson, 510 Cordova st
SIGN WRITERS.
Blomquist, F. M, Trounce alley.
Cooper, W. A. (House and Sign), Trounce alley.
Fisher, Geo, Oppenheimer st.
SODA WATER MANUFACTURERS.
Van. Soda Water Co, Westminster ave.
SOLICITORS.
Ireland, C. W, 97 Cordova st.
STATIONERS.
B. C. Book Store, 36 Cordova st.
Inwood, Geo, Pender st.
Reid, A. R, 108 Cordova st.
Tilley, S. T, 11 Cordova st
STORES.
Goldstein, A. (2nd hand), 79 Cordova st.
Moore. H. G. (Variety), 406 Cordova st
Stewart, M. P. (Fruit), Carroll st.
TAILORS.
Evans, David, 75 Cordova st.
Masonick, J, 9 Carroll st.
Murphy, W, 91 Cordova st
. O'Hagan, H, 530 Cordova st
Tyson, James (repairing), 9 Carroll st
Zibuly, John (repairing), 4 Oppenheimer st.
TEA AND COFFEE MERCHTS.
Melhuish, G. (wholesale), 174 Cordova st.
TOBACCONISTS..
Campbell, M. L, 124 Cordova tt.  •
Goldstein, M, 38 Carroll st.
McNaughtan, D, 8 Cordova st
TRUCK AND DRAY STABLES.
Berry, H. A, & Co, 27 Cordova st.
Cook, W, S, Dupont st.
Smith, R, Dupont st.
VARNISH AND PAINT AGENTS.-
Diplock, A. B, & Co. (Mander Bros.), 520 Cordova st
WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS.
Cartier, H. J, 23 Carroll st.
Davidson Bros., Wilson block, Cordova st
Eggert, J, 228 Cordova st
Grassie, W. H., 22 Cordova st
Jiszkowicz, C, T, 15 Carroll st.
Roberts, W. R, 200 Cordova st.
Waterhouse, Thos, 34 Cordovajst.
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHTS.
Hudson Bay Coy, 150 Cordova st.
Urquhart, Wm, 32 Powell st...
Vancouver Wine Coy., 122 Cordova st. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
Established
1818.
Bank of Montreal.
Capital, all Paid-up sia.ooo.ooo
Rest S6,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,
MONTREAL.
BOARD   OF   DIREOTORS :
Sir D. A. Smith, K.C.M.G, President.
G. A. Drummond, Esq, Vice-President
Gilbert Scott, Esq.; Alex. Murray, Esq.; A. T. Pater-
son, Esq. ; Hugn McLennan, Esq. ; Hon. John
Hamilton, Edward B. Greenshields, Esq.;
W. C. McDonald, Esq.
W. J. Buchanan, General Manager.
Chatham, Ont.
Cornwall, "
Goderich, "
■Guelph, "
Halifax, N. S.
Hamilton, Ont.
Kingston, •'
Lindsay, "
London, "
Agents ik Great Britain
E. S. Clouston, Assistant General Manager and
Manager of Montreal Branch.
A. Macnidbr, Assistant General Manager and
Inspector.
E. M. Shadbolt, Assistant Inspector.
A. B. Buchanan, Secretary.
BRANCHES IN   CANADA:
Montreal: H. V. Meredith, Assistant Manager.
Almonte, Ont Moncton, N. B
Belleville,    " Ottawa, Ont.
Brantford,  " Perth,
Brockville, " Peterboro", Ont.
Calgary, Alberta Picton,           "
Chatham, N. B. Port Hope
Incorporated by Act
of Parliament.
Quebec, Que.
Regina, Assna.
Sarnia, Ont.
Stratford, Ont.
St John, N. B.
St. Mary's, Ont.
Toronto,       ''
Vancouver, B. C.
Winnipeg, Man.
London, Bank of Montreal, 22 Abchurch Lane, E. C, C. Ashworth, Manager.
London Committee—E.  H.  King, Esq., Chairman,
Robert Gillespie, Esq.
Agents in the United States : New York, Walter
Watson and Alex. Lang, 49 Wall St Chicago, Bank of
Montreal ; W. Munro, Manager; R. Y. Hebden,
Assistant Manager.
Bankers in Great Britain : London, the Bank of
England; the Union Bank of London; the London
and Westminster Bank. Liverpool, the Bank of Liverpool. Scotland, the British Linen Co, and Branches.
Bankers in United States : New York, the Bank of
New York, N. B. A. ; the Merchants' National Bank
Boston, the Merchants' National Bank. Buffalo,
Bank of Commerce in Buffalo. San Francisco, the
Bank of British Columbia.
Colonial and Foreign Correspondents: St. John's
Newfoundland, the Union Bank of Newfoundland.
British Columbia, the Bank of British Columbia.
New Zealand, the Bank of New Zealand. India,
China, Japan, Australia.
(Issue Circular Notes and Letters of Crartit for Travellers available in all parts of the world.)
C. SWEENY, Manager.
PULLMAN • SALOON,
CORNER OF WATER $ ABBOTT STS.
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, SPIRITS & LIQUORS.
PHILIP  GORMAN, Prop-
•HH-PRIVATE    BOARDING    HOUSE. •*§■*
—^STEWART | HOUSED*—
WATER STREET, WEST OF CAMBIE,  VANCOUVER,  B. C.
Well Furnished Rooms for Gentlemen or Family Suites, with or without Board.
—O-Ss^MRS. M. STEWART.*
^&*PRIVATE   B0ARD1NC   HOUSE.*S*
Misses McDONALD & KIRK, Proprietresses.
<^§-Well Furmished Rooms.   Board and Lodging, $5.50 per Week.-#^
WATER  STREET,  VANCOUVER,   B. C. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
r®r
•-4^S. GREENSHIELDS, SON & CO.,*
SEhoIcsaLc grrj (gootis Merchants, JtttfttUeal.
WILLIAM EWAN & SONS,
WHOLESALE  CLOTHIERS,   MONTREAL.
REPRESENTATIVE FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA :
WILLIAM SKENE, James' Block, Hastings Street,
 «*VANCOUVER,    B. O.*"	
Sorting-up Stock and Full Line of Samples Held.
1BIT1 BWA1X flDTSL
COR. SEYMOUR & CORDOVA STREETS,      p
—VANCOUVER, B. C.—
-(OPPOSITE  ♦   DEPOTS  ♦  AND  ♦   RAILWAY   ♦  STAT,ON.
S-O-
THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.   FINEST BILLIARD HALL IN THE CITY.
S   D.  SOMES,  Proprietor,
Irving & strahanV
^mtfautuMW of $tm & Office £m\i\tmt,
COUNTERS, WOOD MANTLES & FINE FURNITURE.
SEYMOUR STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
J. MITCHELL,   %   WATER STREET,^
•H*GENERAL  JOBBING BLACKSMITH. «f+
-*r
Masons' and Stone Cutters' Tools given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed.
 "j-^^-Builders' Iron Work a specialty. <^=f—*■	
«-W.  S,  C0OK,-8&S-
TRUCK AND DRAY STABLES,  DUPONT STREET.
-=fc^DEALER  IN  SAND,  LIME,  HAIR,  &C.  &C.<^
If**' VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
pioneer jfurnitnre jfactor^.
IB1.   ^T.   ZHI-A-IRT,
*§• UNDERTAKER, MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE,-!-*
 IMPORTER,  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK——
CROCKERY,  CLASSWARE, CUTLERY,  CARPETS,  WALL PAPER AND  HOUSE
FURNISHING GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CORDOVA STREET,
VANCOUVER, B. C
'■ m  %2»m  J
I^CHEMIST    &   DRUGGIST/^-
CORNER WATER & ABBOTT STS., Near Methodist Hall, Vancouver, B.C.
Dispensing  Prescriptions  a   Specialty.
Depot for Crinivime the Infallible Hair Restorer
WM..HYMAN & SONS,
CLOTHING,    CrENT.'s    FURNISHINGS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, $c, $c.
HYMAN I HOUSE, ^ BYRNES' I BLOCK,
CORNER CARROLL & WATER STREETS.
^*>^Ecmptrancc Itestawrant anb #oaroing ■ $mtfle,-**§»~
- $1 per day,
opposite c. p. r. hotel.
TERMS,
MRS. J. A. REID, GRANVILLE STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.
—*MjOHN   DEVINE,^—
RESTATE AND CENERAL ACENT, ACCOUNTANT, RENT AND DEBT COLLECTOR, &C.-g4=
CORDOVA  STREET, VANCOUVER,  B- C> MOOD
\i
LrfL^E
Sawmill Company
MITE D.a-
MANUFACTtRERS AND SHIPPERS OF ALL KINDS OF
Pough apd Dressed Lumbef,
HOME ORDERS CAREFULLY & PROMPTLY EXECUTED.^
VANCOUVER YARD, WATER ST.
Vess.ls chartered and Cargoes supplied for all foreign Lumber Ports.
Our Mills being of large capacity, despatch always guaranteed.
{ WELCH & CO., San Francisco.
Agents-.—j R. D. WELCH & CO., Liverpool.
(WELCH, R1THET & CO., Victoria. MfiMMNMi
VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE   VANCOUVER
SAW & PLANING MILL GO.
MANUFACTURERS OF  AND DEALERS IN
LUM B E R,
SASH & DOORS.
-ALL   KINDS   OF-
MOULDINGS & BUILDING MATERIALS, &G.
OFFICE, MILL AND FACTORY:
False Creek, Foot of Granville St.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
JBanR of Biitisb Columbia.
—(incorporated by royal charter.)—
CAPITAL, £500,000, IN 25,000 SHARES OF £20 EACH, WITH POWER TO INCREASE.
Head Office i 28 Cornhill, London, England.
Court op Directors: Robert Gillespie, Esq., Chairman; Eden Col vile, Esq"., Vice-Chairman; James
.Anderson, Esq., Henry D. Harrison, Esq., Henry E. Ransom, Esq., Sir John Rose, Bart., G. C. M. G.
General Manaqer : H. Hughes, Esq.      Bankers : Messrs. Smith, Payne and Smiths.
Branches : San Francisco, California; Portland, Oregon ; Victoria, New Westminster, Vancouver,
Nanaimo and Kamloops, British Columbia,
Agents : In England, National Provincial Bank of England; North and South Wales Bank, Liverpool;
Bank of Liverpool. In Scotland, British Linen Company Bank. In Ireland, Bank of Ireland. In Canada,
Bank of Montreal. In New York, Messrs. W. Watson and A. Lang. In South America, London Bank of
Mexico and South America. In India, China and Australia, Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China.
Hong Kong and Shanghai, Banking Corporation, Hong Kong,
The Bank in London grants Letters of Credit and Drafts on its Branches at San Francisco, in California;
Portland, in Oregon; and Victoria, in British Columbia; and similar credits are. granted by the British Linen
Company, the North and South Wales Bank in Liverpool, and the Bank of Liverpool.
The Bank also purchases and forwards for collection Drafts on the above places.
At the Branches Advances and Discounts are negotiated at current rates. Drafts on all parts of the
world are issued.   Bullion and Gold Dust purchased, and a general Banking business contracted.
Victoria, British Columbia, 1SSS.
W. C. WARD, Manager.
MAGER BROS., JULES M1W & CO.
ORNAMENTAL PLASTERERS.
New Designs in Centre Flowers, Brackets,
Panels, Ornamental Cement Castings, Cement Floors,
 and Plain Plastering.	
SHOW ROOM, CARROLL ST.. NEAR C.P.R. TERMINUS
VANCOUVER,    B.    C.
From London, England, and Locle, Switzerland,
WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS,
Fine Watch Repa irinq a Specialty.
228   CORDOVA  STREET.
S^" ALL WORK GUARANTEED. -S$
Vancouver Laundry, CABINET SALOON
POWELL ST., VANCOUVER, B. C.
I D. MUSSENDENj PROP,
EXTRA CHARGES FOR SHORT NOTICE.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
180 WATER STREET.
BEST BRANDS OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
[7, /WGLennap, Prop. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
-^FRASER & LEONARD,**-
^VANCOUVER,    B. C.-I+
gftrokerjs, (Eommxmian Jftetxhimfcs, & Jftanufaxtttrmg Jtgcnfcs.
ENGINES, BOILERS, WOOD and IRON WORKING MACHINERY, TOOLS, RUBBER and LEATHER
BELTING LUBRICATING OILS, AXES and EDGE TOOLS, SHOW CASES, BUILDER'S SUPPLIES, &c.
•5-S-BELTINC  AND  OTHER  MILL  SUPPLIES  CARRIED   IN  STOCK. 4*
ESTIMATES FURNISHED FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTING.
-Mgn^he Dank of §ritteh ^ortk Jtnurica.->H?h
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.)
PAID   UP  CAPITAL,   $5,000,000.
Vancouver Agency, - — Cor. Carroll & Cordova Streets.
fllllllll   SJUbDD:
BEST WINES,  SPIRITS  AND CIGARS ONLY SUPPLIED AT THE  BAR.
WILLIAM   BLAIR, - - PROPRIETOR.
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CONTRACTOR  AND   BUILDER,
Granville  St.,  Vancouver.   B.C.
ALL KINDS OF SADDLES, HARNESS, WHIPS AND SPURS FOR SALE.
MAKING AND  REPAIRING  HARNESS A SPECIALTY.
MAINLAND   RESTAURANT,
CORDOVA STREET,   - - -  THREE DOORS WEST OF CAMBIE STREET.
Cheapest and Best.  -  -  -   Meals, 15 Cents.
B. C. BOOK STORE, - CORDOVA STREET,
Stationers, 3Gookst ^ops anb Jaucrj ^goobs, &c.
W. HARRISON, -    - PROPRIETOR. MAINLAND   ADVERTISEMENTS.
STEAM FACTORY, LAUREL POINT, VICTORIA,
 "♦•VANCOUVER, B. C.*»	
JACOB   SEHL,
Manufacturer of all kinds of Furniture, Bedding, Mirrors, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Pictures, Picture Frames,
Gilt, Rosewood and Walnut Mouldings; Brackets; Bird Cages; Children's Carriages; Wool,
Hair, Woven Wire and Spring Mattresses on hand and made to order; Matting,
Door Mats, Window Blinds and Cornices, &c.   Carpets sewed and laid.
MRS. J.  GENDRON,
MILLINER AND   DRESSMAKER,
—WATER STREET, VANCOUVER, B. C.—
CENTRAL HOTEL,
CORDOVA STREET.
FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION.    THE BEST OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CrCARS.
THOMAS QUANN, Proprietor.
MOODYVILLE   FERRY   COY.
TIME  CARD—Steamer  "Eliza."
Leaves Moodyyillb—7 a.m., 10 a.m., 12*50 p.m., 2:15 p.m., i p.m.
Leaves Vancouver—8 a.m., 1150 a.m., or on arrival of train, 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m.
Leaves MoodyvimiE for Hastings at Noon, returning immediately.
BODEGA, ** CARROLL ** STREET.
A. T. MACPHERSON, Proprietor.
 The Best Brands of Wines Liquors and Cigars always on hand.	
LIQUOR8 DRAWN FROM THE WOOD.
—&H. A. BERRY $ COY.&—
ALL KINDS OF TRUCK AND DRAY WORK. ♦♦♦ MODERATE RATES AND UNIFORM CHARGES.
OFFICES: Cordova Street. VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
COMMERCIAL MILLS
(LEAMY & KYLE, - - PROPRIETORS.)
VANCOUVER,   B.   COLUMBIA.
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ALL   DESCRIPTIONS    OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED Ll
MOULDINGS,
DOORS,   SASH   AND    BLINDS
ON HAND AND MANUFACTURED TO ORDER.
SCROLL-SAWING,  TURNING,   SHAPING,
AND ALL KINDS OF
Executed to Order- with the  Most Approved Machinery.
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CARROLL STREET,   -   -   -    VANCOUVER, B. C.
■*£*»' VANCOUVER   ADVERTISEMENTS.
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CORDOVA  STREET.
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^-^SATISFACTION  GUARANTEED.^-
John McAllister, blacksmith.
J. Pollock, carriage maker.
IDancouvev damage Works.
-ALL KINDS OF-
CARRIAGES MADE & REPAIRED,
lljjotse §ltoeing & General blacksmithing, ^paittting, brimming,
—ETC., ETC.—
ALEXANDER & POWELL STREETS,   VANCOUVER, B. C.
-ICECREAM- -m. i
ALWAYS ON HAND £3"
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international IRestaurant
CORDOVA ST., VANCOUVER, B. C.
25C      MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE AT ALL HOURS BY    25C-
F,   A   BOEHLOFSKY.
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ae*CARPENTER   AND   BUILDER,*3K
JOBBING  PROMPTLY  ATTENDED TO.
Oppenheimer Street, near Carroll.
WM-    B E A V I S,
B.   C.   CARRIAGE   WORKS.
Buftfriss and Carriages made to order.    Blacksrnithing jn all its Branches.    Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Js^HASTINCS    STREETS MAINLAND   ADVERTISEMENTS.
Eliza Marshall.
J. E. N. Smith.
CLINTON HOTEL,
4i^C LINTON,   B. C.&-
This well-known Establishment is open for the Public Accommodation, and will be carried on for the
future, as in the past,
ONE OF THE BEST HOTELS ON THE MAINLAND,
THE  BEST  OF   ACCOMMODATION.
BOARD AND LODGING BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
•■ri< THE BAR IS ALWAYS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST WINES, SPIRITS AND CICARS. •
First-class Stable in connection with the Hotel where horses have the best of care.
Stage connections with Ashcroft tri-weekly each way.   Cariboo, Lillooet and Alkali Lake line of stages
arrive at and leave Clinton weekly.   The Clinton Hotel is headquarters for these different lines.
The Clnton Hotel is situated in the pleasant little town of Clinton, Cut-off Valley, on the main road from
Yale to Cariboo, and thirty-two miles from Ashcroft on the line of the C P. Railway.
THE SCENERY ROUND CLINTON IS BEYOND DESCRIPTION.
The Foster Gold Milling and Mining Company mine and mills are situated about eighteen miles distant.
The summit of Mount Soues is seven thousand feet above sea level. It is easily reached on horseback in
about four hours ride from Clinton. The views from this mountain on a dear day are exceedingly grand.
There are two other mountains, not so high, from which verv good views can be had. Pavilion Mountain
is about fifteen miles distant, where the scenery and hunting cannot be surpassed.
Parties fond of gocd fishing can have all the sport they desire; fishing in the streams near town and ih
two lakes, one eleven and one thirteen miles from Clinton, on the road to the Foster mines; also in another
lake about three miles distant. The trout in these lakes cannot be surpassed in quality. Each lake is furnished with a boat. .
Tourists visiting Clinton will find the climate healthful and bracing and will feel amply repaid for the
time aud expense.   Sportsmen will find game of all sorts plentiful.
Tourists having time to spare would not be sorry of a visit to Clinton.
MARSHALL & SMITH, Proprietors.
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I Sash, Windows, Doors, Mantels, Mouldings.
Factory, Corner Government & Chatham Streets,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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GRAY'S STEAM JOINERY WORKS
SAMUEL   GRAY,
MANUFACTURER OF
Patentee and ^Manufacturer of the Improved  Self-supporting
Geometrical Stairs.
HAND RAILS, NEWEL POSTS, BALUSTERS,
WOOD TURNING, BAND SAWING,
SCROLL SAWING, SHAPING, ETC.
^" DoOr Making and Stair Building a Specialty. —^ P.O. Box. 39>*~
-N YICTORIA PLAHINiJ MILL, N-
\ Constance Street,   -   VICTORIA, B. C. \
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MUIRHEAD & MANN,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Guttering,
> In and Outside Blinds, Conductors, <i
Finished Pickets, Door and Window Frames,
Also Small  Finishing Lumber of Every
Description.
X SCROLL * SAWING + AND + TURNING. **
:f J3F" Ship and Steamboat Work.   General Finishing Work for <j
Contractors a Specialty. JOHN WULFFSOHN.
P. H.  BEWICKE.
BEWICKE  &  WXJLPPSOHN,  fi
BANKING  AND  STOCK'
BROKING DEPARTMENT.
BILLS DISCOUNTED,
CHECKS COLLECTED,
EXCHANGES EFFECTED ,
CORPORATION BONDS, MINING
STOCK, GAS AND ALL OTHER
COMPANY SHARES BOUGHT * SOLD
AND EVERY KIND OF
BANKING AND STOCK BROKING
BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
BUILDING ESTATES -FINANCED
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
RENTS COLLECTED,
FULL CHARGE AND MANAGEMENT
OF ESTATES UNDERTAKEN FOR
NON-RESIDENTS.
LIFE, FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCES EFFECTED WITH THE LEADING OFFICES OF THE WORLD.
IMPORT  &  EXPORT.
AGENCIES AND CORRESPONDENTS:
HAMBURG, BERLIN,        LONDON,        MONTREAL,        VICTORIA, B. C,        VOKOHAMA, KOBE,
VIENNA, PARIS,     GLASGOW,     NEW YORK,     BIO DE JANEIRO,     HONG KONG, SHANGHAI,
HAVRE, ANTWERP,   'MANCHESTER,   SAN FRANCISCO,   BUENOS AVRES,   *TONKIN, BANGKOK.
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