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VICTOEIA   ADVSEETISEMBNm
WILLIAM  ZELNER,
Government Street, bet. Yates and Johnson,Victoria,
^Is constantly in receipt of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
DBUG8, (SUMISMS, PIRHMBBY,
FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES.
Also, a full supply of all the ^-A-TJEaXTT  IMEKDICZN-XIS.
4®- Orders from the Interior filled with dispatch, and at the lowest Market Prizes.
'  J6@» Particular attention paid to the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT. «
WM,   ZELNER,   ©ruflsjfst nntr Stpotljccarj.
WEBSTER & €0.
YATES STREET,
;= OPPOSITE the EXPRESS OFFICES,
1 VIGT©BIA, ¥o I.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
1 LEATHER & FINDINGS,
4®= OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. -=©&
LADIES' SHOES
,6S=-OF ALL KINDS.-=®8l
MADE TO ORDER,  and
. rass JE" .^m. obc aeat ac hkt <
DONE AT THE SSQBTEST NOTICE. HVL.A-IFi.T  FOR
Staple  and  Fancy Articles,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
m W. CORNER YATES AND GOVERNMENT STS.
MR.  HOFFMAN, is constantly in receipt,   by every occasion from California
and elsewhere, of complete assorted supplies of
Of the Latest Fashions and Styles, consisting of:
Silks, Shawls, Alapacas, Merinos, De Laines, Bonnets, Furs,
GLOVES, RIDING HATS, GAUNTLETS, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS,
Velvets, Embroideries, Ribbons, Laces, &c, &c.
A Full and Complete Assortment.
SEHTLESffHHS'  FHRFHSHHHG   GOODS   CONSTANTLY M  HAND,
■A-LSO,     BLANKETS.
A  RICH  VARIETY  OF  FANCY  ARTICLES, THE   ONLY  COMPLETE COLLECTION IN" VANCOUVER'S ISLAND.
The public are respectfully solicited to inspect this establishment, which for completeness and
quality of goods is deserving of patronage.   Prices but a slight advance in on cost.
' JSxkx£»11 JProfits and. Quids. DRLotxxx-ias*.
ft VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS
LIVEKPOOL.
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JANION & GREEN,
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JANION,    C3rOEtE3E!lV   <fe   CO
HONOLULU,   Sandwich. Islands.
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Foot of Johnson Street, near the Bridge, Victoria.
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Agents for t|e ftkrporf ttetrbmtas' ^ssntiafiim.
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fl@~The undersigned beg leave to notify Merchants, Ship Owners and
Ship Masters, that they have received the appointment as AGENTS
at Victoria, Vancouver's Island, for the LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS' ASSOCIATION.
GOVERNMENT  STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.
"This House is now conducted on the same principle as the " "^7"ZE3!-A-T
CHEEB   HOUSE 1   OP SAN FRANCISCO.
BOARD, per DAY-.... .$1.00. | ROOMS, at $1 and $2 per Week.
Wmlx & jjlatft %oom; aba, a §tkti §riuate HUadmj} llaam
With a Library of choice Books, Atlantic, European and California
Newspapers. J. DUCIE CUSHEON.
tim\ ȣ*& VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
ill!
FIKE-PROOF BUILDING,
WHARF STREET,
Adjoining the "ROYAL HOTEL,"
VXCICORXA,  V.  X.
jl#TlP
HAiIljOiliHlyO
HAAS & SOSENFELD,
DMF®mri!&f M® d)©®ll^i ©IF.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Blankets,
And a large assortment of Yankee Notions, Cutlery & Wall Paper.
MEECHANT    TAILOE,
Yates St, 4th. door above Waddington Alley, VICTORIA, V. I.
Has on hand and is constantly receiving a large' assortment of
"(BSigjffissffls, MBBHEinsRgg m$w mmmm9
"Which he is prepared to make to order in the most approved style.
A general assortment of Custom Made Clothing, and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Davis & JoneB'
Shirts-, &c.   j63r" Repairing promptly executed. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
fllWlIl: ill  iffrfli   ITfSI.
WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL.
J   Hn«
YATES   STREET,
Adjoining the Bank of British North America, VICTORIA, V. I.
MK. GAMBITZ was the first to open a Dry Goods Store in Victoria, and while returning thanks
for public patronage, takes the opportunity of stating, that having just returned from San Francisco, he can offer a large and new assortment of Spring Goods.
A COMPLETE  ASSORTMENT   OF
Family Furnishing Goods,
BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES & TAILORS' TRIMMINGS,
.^LIEIX-A-ir^riDIR.-E'S   1K.TT>   GLOVES,
B@©fs, S&oes, (Sailers, aai Bojs* (SIolMag,
Silks,  Shawls, Alapacas,  Merinos,  De Laines, Bonnets, Furs, G-loyes,
Biding Hats,  Gauntlets, Cloaks, Mantillas, Velvets, Embroideries, Bibbons,   Carpets,  Bugs,  Druggets,   Oil  Cloths,
Laces, Paper Hangings, Mattings, etc., etc.
Ami all other Goods pertaining to the business at the lowest Prices.
vm—mj.h..M^fwwTmkf^m- w^'m. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.   ,
pamr and Jtt««f Warmmms
SANSOME STREET,  UP-STAIRS,
Extending from CLAY to COMMERCIAL STS.,
s=ra=n=s:p=pch
j Ho uLlAultl acquaintance be Jorgot
kSfgUPP MAIDS
And all other MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Imported from the leading houses in the U. States and Europe
SATISFACTION  GUARANTEEr).
WM. SCHMOLZ,
Instrument Maker.
fsho&kMwuainia.-nc* ),ef.vgot.   greater  Business Facilities
than any other on the Pa-
AnA^tuiveTirouglt to^ifriaJ •    cific Coast, can and will
PP Sell at LOWER PRICES
TRANSIT INSTRUMENTS,
SOLAR COMPASSES,
THEODOLITES,
Y Leveling Instruments
Mountain Barometers>
Mining Instruments,
Assay Scales,
Leveling Hods, Chains,
Hydrometers,
Thermometers,
Spectacles, etc. etc.
„inS.,!ITried my b"3i,1(f!1i11 th« t"»t European establishment, where only examined Surveyors and Engineers are admitted to six years' apprenticeship, and been activelv eniraeed sine that
w^rtc hen' S! Z/°r the, ^ 4rnty y8arB' fl" .taP^"«* ohthKS•fsdoneTnmy
•workshop-being most complete in its arrangement and as.good as any in Europe. Instruments
repaired in a workmanlike manner, and adjusted accurately, by
WM. SCHMOLZ, 118 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. SLSwsH
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FIRST
VICTORIA DIRECTORY;
COMPRISING-
A GENERAL DIRECTORY OF CITIZENS,
ALSO,
&n ©ffitM fist, list rf totes, postal Arrangements
AND
NOTICES OF TRADES AND PROFESSIONS
PRECEDED BY
A PREFACE and SYNOPSIS of THE COMMERCIAL PROGRESS
OF THE
IIiLUSTBATED.
BY edw. mallandaine,
ARCHITECT.
VICTORIA, V. I.
PUBLISHED BY EDW. MALLANDAINE & CO
HIBBEN & CARSWELL, and J. F. HERRE, Agents, Victoeia, V. I
J. J. LECOUNT, Bookseller, Agent, San "Francisco, Cal.
March, 1860.
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
PREFATORY REMARKS.
It has been thought by the author of the following work
that the present being an age of advancement, the period has
fully arrived when our fair town of Victoria is of sufficient
importance to deserve that index of commercial progress, a
Directory.
A Directory, in the full sense of the word, is a guide to the
streets,, (to the stranger), the houses in the streets, and the occu-
pants of those houses, whether private individuals or engaged
in business pursuits. The trades then follow, in categorical,
we should say alphabetical, order. Then, to offer additional
facilities, is given an alphabetical list of all persons in the good
town contained, irrespective of callings, of occupations, and
if any or none. In a place of the largest resort, the work
might be amplified by adding to this a Law Directory, a Postal
Directory, an Official Directory, a Court Directory, etc. But it
will be understood, at a moment's reflection, that Viotoria is
very far from reaching this point of importance; and so our
views with regard to it must be much more moderate. We
must only hope that it will ere long require increased attention
in this particular; when the author, assisted by public patronage, will be most happy to do justice to its political and commercial merits.
It will be necessary, then, to remind but very few that Victoria is the largest settlement on this Island of Vancouver.
At a period of less than two yeare ago, the population of FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Victoria numbered but some few hundreds. The inhabitants
of the Island consisted of but some twelve to thirty settlers,
independently of the Hudson's Bay Company. (Vide Mr. James
Cooper's testimony in the Blue Book.) A fortunate accident,
the discovery of a certain quantity of gold—or shall we say,
the fact of gold having been discovered in the country and
its surroundings—first called the attention of the world to the
small matter of the existence of Vancouver Island.
This discovery took large dimensions. It was bruited abroad
that the glories of California and Australia were to be repeated; not only repeated, but "pale their ineffectual fires" before those of the "better land"; that as it had been found in
the former country that the yield of gold increased towards the
head or upper part of California mountain ranges, so it was
fairly presumed that the boundless source of the precious metal
was to be found on British ground.
The influence of the "leading journal" mightily propagated
the news.
In the home country, men began earnestly to inquire for the
shortest route to this new world of wealth; and diligently
did they, for the nonce, refer to their maps and geographies,
and promptly was the information of the fact of Vancouver
being, confirmed by business chart sellers and "geographers
to the Queen." Then were peaceable inhabitants of Great
Britain further surprised by the intelligence that England had
made herself another colony—two colonies—Vancouver Island
and British Columbia.
We learned that New Caledonia was thenceforth stripped of
a portion of its area, in extent about seven hundred miles;
namely, all west of the Rocky Mountains, in that hitherto
terra incognita, British North America, as far as the Pacific
Ocean, and running from the boundary of the United States
on the South, to Simpson's River and Peace River on the
North; that Queen Charlotte's Island was to be part of it. We
learned that the Hudson's Bay Company's charter, then shortly
to expire, was not to be renewed in the two colonies—in fact,
in British Columbia—was to cease, and did cease immediatety
on the reading of the Queen's proclamation constituting the
colony.    This proclamation was read by His Excellency, the PREFATORY REMARKS.
13
newly appointed Governor, James Douglas, on or about the
23d November of last year.
We had been already informed, in reliable intelligence, that
above 35,000 immigrants, from California and elewhere had
already arrived, and had produced a most marvelous state of
transition in the two countries.
On arriving here, we found, to our surprise, a town of already
some little pretensions. Houses had been built where before
only intended; streets were formed, stores filled and goods sold;
wharves built for the convenience of landing passengers and
goods. The former had sometimes arrived in numbers of 1,800
and 2,000 at a time.
"The Fort" began to be surrounded, and strangers had
already to ask their way to it. Victoria, in short, had something -the appearance of a reality, small though it was. As
. time grew on, we were further convinced of the earnestness of
its intended career of vitality, by the remarkable pains, whether in charity or not is perhaps a moot question, taken to kill
it, and deny its existence and that of the gold country, by
patriotic news authors, in whose eyes its progress was undesirable.
It may be thought stepping considerably out of one's path,
not as a chronicler of Victoria's history, but simply refreshers
of its memory, to enlarge on the thrilling steps necessary to,
and taken by, the adventurer, possessed by the "auri sacra
fames." The last quotation might lessen our pity; or pity we
should, and sympathize with we must, those bold spirits who
from far and near, rushed to the social (? solitary) strife, and
braved distance, danger, an unknown topography, a treacherous navigation, a subtle and often cruel foe in Indian shape;
and all quite as much in search of the wonderful, the unknown,
the terrible, as of mere utilitarian gold; for it must have been
known to the. large mass of adventurers that success would not
be their guerdon. Then began fatally to tell the ignorance in
which the country, by great accident or fortuitous circumstances, had hitherto been shrouded. Who knew that "the Sound
was perilous to cross?" Who knew that "a thousand islands"
in dread archipelago, surrounded by and playing with a thou-
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
sand perverse counter-currents, were to be met and passed.
That, though spiteful for its size, and rich in wreck debris,
and gluttonous of human bodies, as was the fell " gulf," there
was a " deeper still;" that subtle Fraser river ran swiftly to
embrace in death the inexperienced mariner (?). That after
concealing its entrance to the sea by low, undignified, sedgy
borders, as if ashamed of past misdeeds, and doing its all if
not to repel the uninitiated, at least to mislead before destroying ; (and many and fairy-like are the tales to be told by
those who deal in " toils and dangers past," of most abstruse
communings with the fickle element in intricate search after
the gates of that new gold paradise, and of cruel robberies by
unsympathizing Chinooks in the golden dream.) It was still
news to the lucky adventurer, who happened to enter this
sometime forbidden portal to the happy land, that, before hope-
ing to tread thereon, he might be overtaken bv the unan-
nounced approach of dread winter, which could, on an emergency, alter in a few-hours, by draping in snow, the leading
features of the scenery; it was news and bitter to the feelings
to pursue one's " even tenor" and camp under snow.
Rain, ice, frost, and snow, and river currents of Fraser
% rolling rapidly" (when in its glory, untold-of miles per
hour), all fraternally combined to receive, in benumbing welcome, the sturdy pioneer. Full well was their sinister work
done. Will the roll ever be published of the unnumbered
deaths in that fatal stream, on those uninviting shores, threatened by those gloomy canons ?
Enough, we know how many of the hopeful arrivals left us
in disgust, from various causes, and the gold fever abated.
All this evil arose from a want of available communication
by land or water. We know now that the first steps in all
new countries are to establish communications, level the steeps,
bridge the gaps, cut the forest trail, follow it with the bullock-
waggon track; then the metalled road, and finally the railway, follow.
Are there indeed lands which the poor settler may turn to
account and supply himself with daily bread ? Do not arid
rocks, useless trees, and savage animals, in turn, present the
-features of the country ?   Then, by all means, let roads be PREFATORY REMARKS.
15
opened. Are, perhaps, poor settlers daily arriving, anxious,
eager to begin the early work ? Engage them, then, in the
useful toil, government providing tools, covering, wood, and
water, and remunerative wages.
When these are satisfied with their meed of labor for the
public and their own good, let them be succeeded by others;
let the never-failing stream of immigration supply the labor
for the ever-to-be-continued work. As each one performs and
discontinues his share, let facilities (and for these facilities we
say, to the country and their fellow-subjects at least, are rulers
responsible) be afforded for permanent settlement to the willing crowd; let land, at first, be liberally given away, and
beware of grants for speculative purposes. Land, wild, tenanted only by the bear, the wolf, and the deer, is valueless ;
but land obtained gratuitously by industrious men, and by
them made to produce the " fruits of the earth," is valuable,
because turned to its natural and intended use, and enhances
the value (gives it then, in fact,) of the remainder. Let
reserves be kept in all suitable places, and, as population
increases, then ask—because then just—a moderate price for
the land.
We say, then, that we await, with hopeful expectation, the
forming of roads through the length and the breadth of these
colonies. We wish for much of that liberal spirit to be shown
which, exercised in profusion, would evince the greatest foresight—the granting gratuitously of land for settlement. Let,
at once, information be wide-spread as to the resources of these
fertile lands, liberal in their great agricultural resources, not
treeless, and so inviting lazy toilers (if the expression be allowable), but rich in promise of fertility; lands of many and. navigable waters, where drought will ever be unheard-of, available
for numerous Red River and Sashewatchan settlements; resources in fisheries—cod and salmon (to which the Tweed must,
and Columbia river does, yield the palm) in thronging schools;
venison here half the price of butchers' meat. Coal, copper,
and iron, doubtless, and other minerals abound. Resources in
some of the finest timber, of which treeless neighbors are glad
to avail themselves, All this without even mentioning the
gold, which, without dispute, it contains.   Let this knowledge
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
be widely circulated, let it be known to the scarcely-noticed,
hard-struggling workers at home that England possesses, and
easy of access, not " the gem of the Antilles," but in Vancouver Island, the gem of the Pacific; a second self in its
position, commercially, for East and West, and geographically
in view of the proposed North American Railroad from Canada. In climate, superior to England ; no easterly winds, and
but few fogs here, while it is well known that the Pacific side
of the continent, in common with western Europe, is far
superior to the east Atlantic slope. And, when this information is thus afforded, let these colonies, with unstinted hand,
give free passages to the crowds there palpitating to come to
us, on strict and independent condition of returning the amount
at an early date to pay for others.
Let us now descend to facts. A number of wharves have
been constructed this past season; a new timber bridge across
the James Bay has been built, giving access to the newly-
erected government offices for public lands and the Government
House, all in brick and of an ornamental character; streets
leading to the bridge have been new graded; several of the
leading streets have been metalled over, and are passable at all
.times. A temporary want of funds alone prevents more being
done in this way, as also the completion of two embankments
(in lieu of bridges) in a ravine severing two of our streets.
Wooden buildings have ceased to be the order of the day, thus
diminishing the constant dread of fire. We note the establishment of an agency of an underwriters' association. We have
been fortunate in hitherto escaping with but one single disaster
in this shape. This latter had one beneficial effect. Some
public-spirited citizens taking the lead, a hook and ladder company has been organized, and subscriptions, to a considerable
amount, made to defray the necessary outlay of building, hook
and ladder, engine, etc., and a sum set apart for the erection.
Plans and specifications have been intrusted to an able architect
and contracts have been made at this writing, so that we trust
soon to number this useful public safeguard among our institutions. We have a police barracks (which important building
holds also the Supreme Court and the Police Court), an extensive warehouse (a large bookstore and dwelling) of two w
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PREFATORY REMARKS.
17
stories, at least two hotels of considerable dimensions, and
several houses, all erected in brickwork with stone fronts and
some pretensions. The Hudson's Bay Company are at this
moment erecting a warehouse, of portentous dimensions, of
stone, which they take the trouble to import from a distance
not exceeding forty miles; and a new bank, the " Bank of
British North America," still further emulous of fame, has also,
in the same spirited style, built itself an architectural home
of rubble-stone faced with squared granite masonry.
We speak within bounds when we assert that from twenty to
thirty buildings (some of great pretensions) are in progress at
this moment in the very heart of the town and its most valuable sites. An unprecedented quantity of lumber is being
worked up, and the streets present a. most animated appearance.
Would we could speak so favorably of the state of the roads
and ways and the prospects of the pedestrians.
Great demands are made for a public hall for meeting and
the want of a theatre is felt. The town is by degrees assuming,
in its buildings, a staid, substantial appearance. If there is no
rapid advance there is no retrogression here. The last few
months have seen an increase in our legal defenders, and the
arrival of an Attorney-General for British Columbia. We
were long ago thought of sufficient importance to be worthy oi
a Lieutenant-Governor for British Columbia and a corps of sappers and miners. We have one establishment supplying books
of a varied and valuable character, news depots and reading-
rooms. For the latter we are indebted to the Young Men's
Christian Association.
We have seen, by an effort in the right direction, large tracts
of land (20,000 acres) in the neighborhood of Victoria, put up
for sale by public auction at the upset price of $1 per acre, and
again at Nanaimo. It is with much pleasure that we can, in
this reading, report one further fact. Through a slight relaxation, by His Excellency, of the usual conditions of occupying
land in this colony, a number of settlers have been enabled to
take up pre-emption claims of 200 acres each, on the lands of
Chemainus and Salt Spring Island, about forty miles from Victoria. The number of settlers we believe to be fifty and about
100,  respectively.    This brings us to name  the new Fran- ^^
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
chise Bill, certainly a boon to the community; we mean a slight
advance on previous matters, and perhaps deserves better than
to be, as it were, dismissed in parenthesis. One of the clauses
in the bill gives the privilege of one member in the New House
of Assembly to represent the settlement just named.
From British Columbia we have to note large sales at successful amounts, in the township of New Langley and the future
capital, New Westminster. In this latter town we have a
Treasury and Custom House already erected; a considerable
sum has been set apart for grading the streets. In the Colony
in general several trails have been brought to a successful issue,
and are now in progress (among the former one of twenty-five
miles, from Fort Hope to Boston Bar)—which we accept as
earnests of more in future.
British Columbia can now boast of several townships of
promise—New Westminster, Forts Langley, Hope, Yale, and
Douglas; Lytton City, at the extremity of a beautiful fresh
water lake of an irregular shape, about forty miles long and an
average width of four miles; soundings have been found at
ten fathoms. All duties of a varying value, leviable in British
Columbia, to be paid at New Westminster.
British Columbia has a Lieutenant-Governor, a Chief Justice, an Attorney-General, District Justices, etc. The Fraser
River, as high as the capital—nineteen miles up—is navigable
for ocean steamers, which will, no doxibt, show themselves frequently when the " Sound " channel shall be properly buoyed
out. The ordinary river steamers proceed as far as Hope, seventy miles from the mouth. Successful efforts have been made
(but discontinued) to proceed as far as Yale, fifteen miles
higher up.
The upset price of land in British Columbia is ten shillings,
or two dollars and a half per acre. Some thousands of acres
(if we have been correctly informed as to all the facts) in the
immediate neighborhood of New Westminster, can now be
purchased for $1 25 per acre.
Our gold exports present a flattering figure. In justice to
the country, we are bound to say that, so far as the river diggings are concerned, the time for divesting them of their valuable deposits is very limited in extent.    Like all rivers sub- PREFATORY REMARKS.
19
ject to freshets, and dependent for the great supply of its
waters on the winter snows, Fraser River is, in the season of
the greatest heats, subject to considerable periodical and at
times sudden increase of its waters, by the melting of the snows
on its mountain-tops. During all the growth (rise) of the river
its banks are of course unworkable. The miners who find
their pay, for the most part, on these banks, or on bars as they
are termed (aggregations of boulders, sand, and gravel, situated in the bed and, for the most part, in the bends of the river),
are of course driven off during this period. But from, say
September till the frosts set in (perhaps November, as last
year), a period of two months, and at intervals during the
course of winter, the claims are workable; the river is then
low, and keeps falling; all the snows for the season have contributed their waters, and these have run off.
Again, at the close of the severest weather, and before the
snows have yet had inducements to melt, another short season
offers for the persevering gold miner—say from February till
the middle of April, two months more. Thus, so far as the
river diggings are concerned, the avilable time for working is
reduced to about four months, with the exception of days here
and there (in two periods), before and after the snow thaws, and
not nine months in the year, as originally set out by parties interested in trumpeting forth the gold yield! We speak from
experience, and defy contradiction.
But, why should a great country, if depending at all on its
gold yield, feel itself discouraged or brow-beaten by outsiders
at the difficulty surrounding its river washings ? These should,
in a sound order of things, be considered as extras to the usual
bountiful provision of Nature in such matters. What should
be looked for, and what, it will be remembered, we spoke of
at the outset, is " hill diggings," deep sinkings. With respect
to these, it may be taken as something very much approaching
absolute truth, from the great, in many instances (with the then
means), insuperable obstacles in the former part enumerated—
want of communications, want of transport for provisions,
hence famine prices—the country has not been hitherto properly
explored {prospected). It is not when provisions are from fifty
cents to one dollar per pound that men can stay in a spot suffi-
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
ciently long (even if, with the formidable physical obstacles presented by the country, a sufficient number can reach it) to
report credibly on its resources.
We here dismiss this subject, important as it is to outsiders,
and proceed to the dry region of figures.
In trades and professions Victoria possesses seven butchers
or meat salesmen, several fish and vegetable dealers, ten
bakers, thirteen dry or fancy goods stores, six tailors, thirteen
commission merchants, three chemists and druggists, three
architects, one ambrotypist, eight or ten carpenters or contractors, twenty grocers and provision dealers, four hair-cutting
saloons, three dress-makers, about twenty-five hotels, inns,
saloons, and restaurants, six surveyors, three watchmakers,
four lumber dealers, eight or nine medical practitioners of different classes, ten legal professors, of which four are barristers
at law, two banks, four blacksmiths, machinists, and ship-
smiths, three express offices, three newspapers (tri-weekly),
seven auctioneers and estate agents, seven dealers in tin and
hardware, three wholesale liquor dealers, six cigar and fruit
dealers, two ship-brokers, one patent roofing dealer, four lodging-houses, one tanner, one underwriter, one crockery and
glass dealer, one fur-dresser, two seed dealers, two breweries,
five milk-sellers, two saddlers, eight wharves.
With regard to religion and education, we have one Episcopalian Church, one Roman Catholic Church, one Wesleyan Mission, one Congregational Mission, one Nunnery—Sisters of St.
Ann—also school for females, one school under the auspices of
the Roman Catholic Bishop, one Private Educational Institute,
both sexes, E. Mallandaine, late J. Silversmith; one Young
Ladies' Seminary.
We call attention to our Official Directory, of which the list
has been furnished direct from the office of the Colonial Secretary.
We have an hospital, started originally by the Rev. E.
Cridge, of Christ Church, and now sadly overburdened with
debt, and several benevolent societies.
the charter had
A Masonic Lodge is in course of formation; PREFATORY REMARKS.
21
already arrived but has been returned to England for correction. An Odd Fellows' Association has been in existence for
one year.
We have a Ladies' Benevolent Society, under the presidency
of Mrs. Col. Moody. A First Hebrew Victoria Benevolent
Society has been in existence some six months.
The Philharmonic Society of Victoria, under the conduct of
John Bayley, Esq., is among one of its oldest institutions, and
numbers in its ranks many of its celebrities, and of British
Columbia.
The ports of Victoria and Esquimault receive ten river and
sea-going steamers to supply the requirements of their increasing trade. Of these six are the property of the Colony, three
of the Hudson's Bay Company, and two built in Victoria by
navigation companies; two ocean steamers (one British).
We carry on a lucrative trade in lumber, flour and fruits
with the ports on the Sound, and have bi-monthly communication with the Atlantic States and the home government.
To finish, we have in Victoria a FREE PORT. This immense advantage, coupled with its commanding situation for
an Eastern, an Indian, an Australian, and a California trade,
with the best available harbor in this portion of the Pacific,
backed by its unrivalled physical resources yet undeveloped, its
position opposite the terminus of the North American and
Pacific Railroad (which will shortly be an undoubted fact), placing it in the highway of travel for English wealth and enterprise, will, no doubt, ere long, place it in that prominent position we must all wish for it.
In conclusion, we have but to place our work, in its present
state, in the hands of an indulgent public, appealing with confidence to their support, in return for which corresponding
efforts will be made to place before them, at a future period, a
work more worthy of them and our town.
It is in present contemplation to amend and republish this
work twelve-monthly, or six-monthly if desirable. The wishes
and patronage of the public will be our guide. The publishing
of the present work, small as it is, has not been unattended FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
with expense, and for any remuneration, we are candid in
stating, we look forward to a second issue, when other resour-
ces of mutual advantage to ourselves and the public (of which
the latter, we trust, will not be slow to avail themselves) will
no doubt compensate the author, who will take as a favor the
being informed of any errors or omissions whatsoever in names,
descriptions, or residences.
E. MALLANDAINE.
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BROAD   STREET,   VICTORIA.
E. MALLANDAINE, ARCHITECT,
Of over three years' experience in tuition, son of the late Colonel
John Mallandaine, H. E. I. C, takes the opportunity of informing
Parents and Guardians and the general residents of Victoria, British
Columbia and California, that he has purchased the interest of the
above School of Mr. J. Silversmith. In assuming the sole direction,
and while calling attention to the great advantage of his central situation, Mr. E. M. would state that it is his intention to receive, as usual,
children of both sexes—and instruct in all the elementary branches of
an English education ; the girls, in addition, being taught Plain Needle-Work, by a competent teacher whose attendance E. M. has secured.
More advanced pupils will be instructed in regular courses of Penmanship, Declamation, Arithmetic, French, English and French Composition and Grammar, in the Elements of Euclid, Natural Philosophy,
Chemistry and Astronomy.
Private lessons in any of the above ; also in drawing, Mensuration,
Elementary Algebra, and the principles of Architecture and Design.
For terms and other particulars see Prospectus, which may be had on
application to E. MALLANDAINE.
N. B.—Evening School also, from 4 till 7 P. M., and 8 1-2 till 10, for the convenience of adults, or children engaged during the day.
MM. les Francais sont invites a faire un cours d'Anglais le soir, on a envoyer a
l'&sole leurs enfants, a qui Ton apprendra en outre, la Gramaire ot l'Histoire
Franchises. VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
BUILDERS', AGRICULTURAL
GENERAL   HARDWARE.
JAMES   BELL,
JOHNSON STREET.
ROBERTSON, STEWART & CO.,   ■
<S!0mmissi0tt ^rt|antst
YATES  STREET, VICTORIA, V. I,
S T O R A. Gr E.     |
Goods taken on  Storage  and  deposited in a Fire-proof
Warehouse, Yates Street.
Liberal advances made upon Merchandise in Store.
BAY11Y HOWlB
Corner Yates and Grovernment Streets,
VICTORIA, V. I.  JKrl
■4*»-
CHAS. A. BAYLEY, - - - PROPRIETOR.
BOARD and LODGING on the most reasonable terms. 24
VICTORIA   ADVERTISEMENTS.
BRITISH STEA
GOVERNOR   DOUGLAS,
354 Tons Burthen, and
COLONEL   MOODY,
350 Tons Burthen,
ALEXANDER S. MURRAY, Commander.
The above Steamers, built at Yictoria, Y. I., and owned by the
Victoria and British Columbia
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,
Are reputed to be the finest specimens of Stern Wheeled
Biver Steamers on the Pacific Coast. These Steamers run
with great regularity,
TWICE  A.  "WEEK,
—FROM—
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
T O
PORT DOUGLAS AND FORT HOPE,
ON   FRASER   RIVER.
SAMUEL PRICE & CO., Agents,
Corner of Wharf and Johnson Streets, Victoria,, V. I. GENERAL DIRECTORY OF CITIZENS.
Adams, John R. Douglas Street, W. side.
Adams, Daniel Fowler, carpenter and builder, Douglas Street,
E. side.
Adams, Samuel, " New Westminster Times" Office.
Aim£, .    (See Edgar & Aime.)
Alexander, Mrs. View Street above Douglas.
Alston, Edward Graham, barrister-at-law, Yates Street, intersection Government.
Allatt, Thomas Smith, Bae Street.
Allen William, (Thomas Trounce.)
Anderson, Alexander Canfield, Vancouver Street.
Anderson Robert, Lock End, Victoria.
Anderson, Junior, (Dickson, Campbell & Co.)
Andrews, Fred., Clifton House, Broad Street
Antoine, , fish and vegetable dealer, Johnson Street.
Antoine, ,        " " "    '       " "
Archer, John.    (See Saulay & Archer.)
Atkinson, William, Broad Street.
Augur, Nicholas, Shutazea.
Augusta, Frederick Taliafera, Johnson Street.
Austen, Robert Howe, Fort Street.
Backus, P. M. auctioneer, El Dorado Saloon, Yates Street.
-Baillie, Dr., office Yates Street, over N. Moore & Co.
Balcie, John Government Street.
Balls, George, Victoria.
Ballou, , Express Office, Wells, Fargo & Co's.
Balthazar, Audie, Victoria.
Barnade, Thomas
Barnett, Geo. "New Westminster Times" Office.
Barnston, Johnston George Hillbride, colonial barrister-at-law,
Government Street.
Bastian, George, fish dealer, Waddington Alley.
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Bates, Edward, Fairfield Farm.
Bayley, Charles Alfred, Bayley's Hotel, residence Broad St.
Bayley, John, Superintendent of Police, the Barracks.
Beattie, Stephen, clerk E. B. Co. the Fort.
Beavan, .    (See Francis & Beavan.)
Beegan, Francis, Yates Street, N side.
Begbie, Matthew B., C. J. B. C. and J. P.
Begg,   Jonathan,   gardener and   nursery-man,   Government
Street, E side.
Belasco, Abraham, fruitier, etc. Johnson Street.
Bell, James, hardware store, Johnson Street.
Bewler, Ashbury, Johnson Street.
Benton, Ch. A., " Invitation House," Broad Street
Bigham, Samuel, Harbor-Master's Office, Kaindler's Wharf.
Black, Nathaniel, (G. J. Wright.)
Blackman, Abraham, hardware store, Yates Street.
Blessing, .    (See Gordon & Blessing?)
Bogan, W. F. (N. Moore & Co.)
Bond, W. View Street, S side.
Booth, Edward, Fort Street.
Bouchon, Joseph, (Watson & Kane.)
Boyce, E. F. (M. Sporberg & Co.)
Braverman, J. cigar depot, Royal Hotel.
Breban, C. sign painter, Johnson Street, N side.
Brew, Chartres, Superintendent of Police for B. C. and Justice
Peace, V. I., Hotel de France.
" British Colonist" office, Amor de Cosmos, editor and printer. ■
J. R. Watson, John Flint, John F. Damon, Wm. Ough-
ton, J. Shepherd, John Brownstone,  Murray.
Brock, H. Johnson Street.
Brodrick, Richard, Kaindler's Wharf.
Brodrick, William, Fort Street.
Bromis, George, groceries and provisions, Johnson St. N side.
Brown, Henry, Meares Street, N side.
Brown, William, Government Street.
Brownstone, J. "British Colonist" office.
Brunn, A. J. tailor and draper, Yates Street.
Buckley, Joseph, American Hotel.
Buhler, Asbury, (Morris & Co.)
Bunster, Alfred W. agent Colonial Brewery.
Burke, Joseph, Government Street.
Burnaby, Robert,    (See Hendersen & Burnaby.)
Burnes, James, wines and liquors, Yates St. and Wharf St.
Burr, George, colonial teacher, Yates Street.
Butts, John, bell-ringer and town-crier to H. B. M.
Byles, George, Scoresby Street, (E. J. Wight.) FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Cabanot, Francois, Park Street.
Caire & Grancini, hardware store, Wharf Street, W side.
Calder, Alexander, surveyor, Douglas Street.
Campbell, George.    (See Dickson, Campbell & Co.)
Cameron, T. farrier and blacksmith, Cormorant Street.
Cameron, David, C. J. for V. L, residence Belmont.
Capron, G. G. blacksmith and shoeing forge, Yates Street.
Caravello, J. D. real estate and commission agent, Johnson St.
Cairy, Geo. Hunter, Attorney General for V. I. and B. C, Government Street, N side
Carroll, J. D. Yates Street.
Carroll, Mr. Government Street.
Carswell, James.    (See Hibben & Carswell.)
Carworth, Joseph, (H. L. Davis?)
Catman, George, Collinson Street.
Cavanagh, J. M. (A. Blackman.)
Charity, C. boot-maker, Government Street.
Chambers, , brick-layer, View Street, S side.
Chamberlain, John, (Kelly & Co.)
Chamborg, J. hat dealer, Waddington Street.
Charles, Mr. clerk H. B. Co. the Fort.
Chauveau, Furrier, Johnson Street. [St.
Clark, Rev. W. F. Congregational Mission, residence Johnson
Claveris, Pierre, Butcher, Yates Street.
Clerjon, N. physician and surgeon, Government Street, E side.
Clifford, Charles Albert, Clerk H. B. Co. the Fort.
Cochrane, John S. civil engineer, surveyor and land agent,
View Street, S side.
Caesar, R. Saucelito Baths, Government Street.
Cohen, H. M. Texas Store, dry goods, Johnson Street.
Cohen, Harris, tailor, Yates Street, N side.
Cohen, M. Johnson Street, S side
Cole, Dickinson & Co. San Francisco Market, Wharf Street
Cooper, Charles, (S. Reinhart & Co.)
Conch Thomas, (Watson & Kane)
Coker,   Edward,   blacksmith  and  machinist,
Department, rear of Yates Street
Colquhoun, Mr. Pandora Street
Conolly, Dr. P. Waddington Alley
Cook, William, Humboldt Street
Cooness, Stacey, Johnson Street
Copland, John, solicitor, Yates Street
Corbiniere, Prosper, groceries and provisions,
Cormack, Wm. Ennes, Grant Street, Colonial Office
Corry, J. & J. provision and miners' outfit, Government St.
Corry, James, (J. & J. Corry)
Engineer
Yates Street
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Cotsford, Thomas, Chatham Street
Coulter, Charles, Johnson Street
Conturier, Pierre, Humboldt Street
Cramsie, •, (Dickson, Campbell & Co.)
Crawford, James, Broad Street
Crease, Henry Perkins JPellew, barrister-at-law and commissioner, Member House of Assembly, Government Street
Creighton, George, View Street
Crespel, , tailor, Broad Street, E side
Cridge, Rev. Edward, Christ Church, V. I., the Parsonage,
Humboldt Street
Crowley, J. J. iron and hardware, Johnson Street
Crowther, Richard Atkin, painter, Yates Street
Curtis & Moore, chemists and druggists, Yates Street
Curtis, James.    (See Curtis & Moore's adv. back cover.)
Cusheon, John Ducie, Union Hotel, Government Street
Cusson, Charles, Government Street
Dallas, Alex.  Grant,   Director Hudson Bay Co.,   residence
Government Street
Damon, John F. "British Colonist" office
Dandridge, John, Johnson Street
Dart, C. P. Waddington Alley, W side
David, Jules, ship broker, Wharf Street
Davis, Hiram L. butcher, Yates Street
Deans, James, Oak Hill Farm
Deans, George,        "        "
Demers, Bishop, R. C, Humboldt Street
Denny, ■ •, Yates Street
Derham, Bartholomew, American Bakery, Johnson Street
Derham, Edward, " " " "
De Cosmos, Amor, editor and printer, "British Colonist" office
De Courcy, John Fitzroy, Victoria
De Cugis, Dr. A. Johnson Street, S side
D'Heureuse, Rudolphe, architect, Yates Street
Dickson, Campbell & Co. commission merchant, Johnson St.
Dickinson & Lane, tinware dealers, Johnson Street, S side
Dickinson & Co.    (See Cole, Dickinson & Co.)
Dickinson, Edward, Queen's Market
Dickson, John, (Kelly & Co.)
Dickson, Dr., Government Street
Dietz, Frederick, boot-maker, Yates Street
Dillon, Johnson Street, S side
Doane, Jos. Homer, Victoria
Dodd, Capt. Henry, Cormorant Street
Doggett> Edward Bowers, Broad Street, W side
D'Osier, Yates Street, W side, and Wharf Street Jp'^l
FIRST VICTORIA  DIRECTORY.
Dougall, John, Hope Point
Drake, M. W. T., law office, Wharf Street, E side
Drierd, Sosthenes, Colonial Hotel, Government Street
Drummond, J. S., tin and hardware, Yates Street
Dulip & Waddington, Waddington Street, N side
Duncan, James, Yates Street
Dundas, Rev. R., Pandora Street
Dunlevy, Mrs., American Hotel Restaurant
Eckstein, J., California Saloon, Johnson Street
Edgar & Aime", groceries and provision, Wharf Street
Ella, Henry Bailey, Broad Street
Elford, Robert, residence, Colonial School, Yates Street
Eliott, Wm. Alfred
Elsassar, Samuel, general dealer, Yates Street, N side
Engel, Fred., & Jacob Miller, Ger. bakery, Yates St.,N side
Estall, Thomas, McClure Street
Gov. St., W side
the Fort
Fabre, Francois, Miners' Restaurant, Waddington Street
Farewell, Thomas.   (S. Reinhart & Co.)
Fawcett, Thomas Lea, Fort Street
Ferguson, S., builder and contractor
Fellows, Alfred, ironmonger and hardware, Yates Street
Fellows, Arthur. (A. Fellows)
Ferro, Dominico, groceries and provisions,
Finlayson, Roderick, chief factor, H. B. Co.
Firth, Robert, Government Street
Flett, George, Gordon Street
Flint, John, Government Street
Folentinar.   (See Matthieson & Folentinar.)
Foshay, R. W., Yates Streets, N side
Fossorier, Antoine, watchmaker, Government Street
Fox, J. E. & A., haircutting saloon, Yates Street
Fox, John Edward, (J. E. & A. Fox.)
Fox, Archibald, (J. E. & A Fox.)
Francis & Robinson, groceries and provisions, Yates Street
Francis' & Beavan, Union Market, Johnson Street
Franklin & Co., auctioneers, Yates Street
Franklin, Lomly. (Franklin & Co.)
Franklin, Selim E., auctioneer, Member in House of Assembly.
Franklyn, Wm. Hall, Hotel de France
Franke, Donald, Humboldt Street
Frazer Peter J.   (Thomas Trounce.)
Freeman, Thomas Palmer, Waddington Street
Frellish & Co., Charles, contractor, Yates Street
Fried, Jos., tent and sign maker, Yates Street
Frontin, Charles, commission merchant. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Gagnon, Antoine, Humboldt Street
Gambitz, Kady, dry and fancy goods, Yates Street
Gaub, Wm., Blanchard Street
Gardner, Francis H, Broad Street, W side
Gastineau, John, civil engineer and surveyor,  Yates  Street
and Humboldt Street
Gerry, Frank P.   (N. Moore & Co)
George, Robert.   (N. Treweek & Co.)
Ghirardelli & Co., commission merchants, Johnson Street
Gibbs, M. W.  {See Lester & Gibbs.)
Gilmore, Alex., tailor, etc., Yates Street
Gibson, William, cigar dealer.    (Patrick & Miles.)
Gohier, Charles, Vernal Hotel, Johnson Street
Gladwin, J. S., clerk of Hun toon & Co., Wharf Street
Golledge, Richard, clerk H. B. C, the Fort
Golden, Thomas, (F. H. McCann.)
Golding, James, American Saloon, Yates Street
Good, Charles, Colonial Office
Goodwin, Patrick. (A. Gilmore)
Gordon, Capt. Geo. Towline, Hotel de France
Gordon & Blessing, contractors, Yates Street
Gorrie, Thomas, Fort Street
Gossett, Capt. W. Driscoll, Postmaster, Government Street
Green.    (See Janion & Green.)
Green & Co., A. R., commission merchants, Johnson Streets
Green, Fred. Walter, surveyor, Yates St., residence Pandora St.
Green, D., residence at Hoffman's
Green, Mr. (See Price & Co)
Greszard, Frank, (Harrison & Layzell)
Griffin, Benj. Pitt, Boomerang Inn, rear of Yates Street
Guert, John, rear of Johnson Street
Guild, Webb & Co., commission merchants, Wharf Street
Haas & Rosenfeld, hosiery and dry goods, Wharf Street
Haas, L. (Firm Haas & Rosenfeld.)
Haggin, Dr. J. B., Government Street
Hall, Richard, Chatham Street v
Hall, Ph. John, Fort Street
Hamilton, Charles, Victoria
Halcrow, Gideon, carpenter and builder, Government Street
Hanson, J. C, carpenter, Government Street
Handy, Jos. Bridge, corner Cook and View Streets
Hardi, Dr. J. P., Yates Street, S side
Harris & Co., Thos., butchers, Victoria, residence Broad St.
Harrison & Layzell, painters, rear of Yates Street
Hautier, Louis, manufacturer of syrups and bitters, Johnson
Street, W side FIRST VICTORIA  DIRECTORY
Heaton, Geo. W. Sheriff, Vancouver I., office Sup. Court Ho.
Helmcken, John Sebastian, Ashburton Lodge
Henderson & Burnaby, (of London,) Wharf Street
Herford, F. (W. F. Herre.)
Herkimer, Jacob, saddler, Yates Street, N side
Harron, Thomas W., View Street
Hibben & Carswell, stationers, etc., Yates Street, S
Hicken, George, Victoria Market
Hicks, Nathaniel Milby, (S. Price & Co.
,Hincelin, house and sign painter, Johnson St. N Side
Hobbs, Geo. Washington, Johnson Street,
Hoffman A. fancy and dry goods, Yates Street, cor Gov't
Hoffman, B., dry goods store, cor. Yates and Government Sts
Hoffman. (H. M. Cohen & Co.
Homfray, R., sur. 0. E. land and mining ag., Trounce Alley
Hoppe, Benj., (H. M. Cohen & Co) Yates Street
Hoyler, Bricklayer
Howard, John H.   ( Watson & Kane.)
Huntoon & Co., (Groc. & Prov.) Wharf Street
Huson, Chas., Pandora Street, S side
Huston, Guy, gunsmith, etc., Yates Street, S side
Hyppolite B., baths, Johnson Street
Iroine, John, Rose Bank
Isaacs C, fruit and dry goods, Johnson Street
Jackson, J. B., lumber dealer, Wharf Street
Jackson & Co., Provid. Rest., Johnson Street
Jackson, Thomas, carman, Fort Street, N side
Jackson, E. H., Pandora Street, N side
Jacobi D., groceries and provisions, Government Street
James, Silas, Yates Street
James, James, veterinary surgeon, Broad Street, W side
Jefferies, Ingraham Newton, sign painter, Yates Street
Jesse, Robert, clerk H. B. Co., the Fort
Joe & Maulette, American Exchange, Waddington Street
Johnson, Aaron	
Johnson, Rich. Henry, Meares Street
Johnson, John Henry, American Hotel, Johnson Street
Jollobois, Bapt., Baton, Victoria District
Jones, Miss, View Street, S side
Jones, Thos. Newman, Fort Street
Joseph, Jos., law, Johnson Street
Kaindler, , wines and liquors, Johnson Street
Kane. (See Watson & Kane)
Kaufman, D., tailor, Yates Street, N side
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Kells, ! , builder, Fort Street, S side
Kelly & Co., hardware store, Johnson Street
Kerneen, Edward, bricklayer
King, Edward Hammond, Editor and Printer, " New Westminster Times," "Government Gazette," "Victoria Gazette," residence View Street, S side
Kennedy, Alex. Aug., Burnside
Lachorme,
Humboldt Street, N side
Laing, Robert, Victoria Harbor
Laldre F. & Ledrier, Barre Francaise, Store Street
Lane, , (See Dixon & Lane)
Langford, J. P., Langford's Lake
Langridge, , Johnson Street, W side
Langley, Alfred John, drug store, Yates Street
Larmaan, boot and shoe maker, Johnson Street, S side
Laughton, Thos., Morrell Street
Lawrence, Geo., Wharf Street
Latache F., news depot, Johnson Street
Leach, John, Yates Street
Leask, James, Fairfield
Lebland & Co., Ch. F., Geo., Coffee Depot, Johnson Street
Leclaire, Aime*, Store Street
Legassick, tailor, Government Street, E side
Leigh, William, Uplands Farm
Lemon, John, Burnside
Leneveu,  , seed and feed store, Johnson Street
Lester & Gibbs, groceries and provisions, Yates Street
Lewis, Philip, fruit and tobacco, Yates Street
Lewis, R. contractor and builder, cor. Government and Brough-
ton Streets
Lewis, Herbert, the Fort
Lewis, John C, Johnson Street, S side
Levine, Leon, Humboldt Street
L'Hotelier, L., groceries and provisions, Yates Street
Liddle, James, Bilston Cottage
Lions, Honored groceries and provisions, Humboldt Street
Livingstone, Andrew, (Kelly & Co.) Johnson Street
Little, John T., wharf and store, Wharf Street
Longaker, J. D., surgeon dentist, Government Street
Lott, Chas. F. {See Dixon, Campbell & Co)
Lowenberg, Leopold, estate agent, Government Street
Macauley, Donald, Humboldt Street
Main, Alex. Findley, Stamp's bridge
Majewski, C, bootmaker, Johnson Street, N side
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Mallandaine, Edward, architect, also, select school, Broad Street,
near intersection of Yates Street
Mansell, Edward, (Webster & Co) Yates Street
Mansell, James, Leadenhall Market, Johnson Street
Manetta, P., Miners' Saloon, Johnson Street
Manley, Dr., Trounce Alley, Government Street
Mackenzie, Alex., (Jas. Bell & Co) [Wharf
Marchand, jr., & Co., Aimd, assay office, Yates Street, near
Marks, Elias, watchmaker, Yates Street
Martin, M., groceries and provisions, Humboldt Street
Martin, Mr., Pandora Street, S side
Martin John. (Jacob Herkimer.)
Ma t"   V i ^ry S00^8 an<^ provision store, Wharf Street
Martincourt, Nich.   (See Leblond & Co)
McCann, Thos. H., Phenix Saloon, Yates Street
McCracken. (See Richards & McCracken)
McCrea, Jos. A., auctioneer, Wharf Street, W side
McCaskill, Kenneth, " New Westminster Times" office
McChardy, Charles, (Jas. Wilcox.)
McClure, Earned, " New Westminster Times" office
McDonald & Co., Bankers, Yates Street, S side
McDonald, Wm. J. (See Reed & McDonald)
McDonnell, 	
McDonell, Rarcard John, Humboldt Street
McGennis, James, bowling saloon, Waddington Street
McGrath, J. F., tanner and glover, Store Street
McKay, J. G., elerk H. B. Co., the Fort
McKay, John Gordon, wine and spirit merchant, View Street
McKenzie, Kenneth, Craig Flower
McTerman, Patrick, bakery and coffee stall, Johnson Street
McNeil, Gonzalo, farm
McQuade, Peter, groceries and provisions, Government Street
Medina, Paolo, general furnishing store, Broad Street
Melrose, Robt., Allandale
Merriman, Peter, Fairfield farm
Messikommer, J., groceries and provisions, Johnson Street
Michaud, Jos., frere, C. V. R. C. establishment
Milby, Nathaniel, wharf, Johnson Street
Milditch Samuel, Pandora Street, S side
Miles, Walter & Co., wines and spirits, Johnson Street, and
Government Street
Miller, . (See Engell & Miller.)
Miller, E.  (M. Sporborg & Co)
Montgomery, W., auctioneer, Wharf Street, E side
Moore & Co., N., dry goods store, Yates street
Moore, Jas. {Langley Brothers) FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Moore, Michael. (Curtis & Moore)
Moote Samuel. (N. Moore & Co.)
Morris, Henry, (See Morris & Co.)
Morris, John C. E.
Morris & Co., groceries and provisions, Johnson Street
Morris, Mrs. Lettie, dressmaker, Yates Street
Morris, Samuel. (Harrison Layzell.)
Morris, Thomas G., Douglas Street
Morris, James, bootmaker, Yates Street, N. side
Mortimer, Robertson, (firm A. Marchand & Co)
Moser, J., tailoring, etc., Johnson Street
Moses, Wellington Debey, hair-cutting saloon, Government St.
Moss, Charles, Fort Street
Mowatt, Wm. Alex. Clifton Cottage
Moulter, L., seed and produce store, Johnson Street
Muir, William, Government Street
Miiller, Peter, View Street, N side
Murphy Patrick, Johnson Street, S side
Murray, , British Colonial Office
Nagle, Capt. J. Harbor Master, office Wharf Street
Naverre, Alfred, commission merchant, Wharf Street
Nay lor, William Brooke, Broad Street
Net Leverett, meat and vegetables, Government Street
" New Westminster Times," " Government Gazette," Edward
■ Hammond King, editor and printer. Geo. Barnett, Samuel Adams, George Wilson, Leonard McClure, Kenneth McCaskill
Nias, George, " New Westminster Times " office
Nicol, Geo. Johnson Street
Nier, George, (See Worth & Nier)
Nind, Philip, (Henry Nind)'
Nogrois, Leon, baker, Johnson Street
Nott, John, Royal Hotel
Nutall, Thomas Chauncey, (S. Price & Co)
Nin, Opu, (S. Risely)
Norris, John G. Johnson Street
Norn, Samuel, (Mr. Douglas)
Oatrain, Francis, Hillside Farm
Odell, Thomas, saddler, Johnson Street
Offelt .    (See Wolf & Offelt)
Ogle, James, Yates Street
Oliver, William H. commission merchant, Johnson Street
O'Neil, John, (John Copland)
O'Reilly, Robert, Johnson Street, S side
Oughton, Wm.  " British Colonist" office FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Pacey, Robert, " American Hotel"
Page, Jas. baker, Johnson Street, S side
Parker, J. livery stable, Johnson Street
Passeraud, Charpentier, Johnson Street
Pattesen, Arthur, Bank Exchange, Yates Street
Pattrick,  Thos. & Co. wine and spirit dealers, Johnson and
Government Streets
Pearkes, Geo. law office, Government and Yates Streets
Pease, A. S. Union Wharf
Peatt, A. boot and shoe manufacturer, Wharf Street
Pearse, Benjamin W. surveyor, Land Office, res Fort Street
Pelton, J. Milo, (C. Vereydhen)
Pemberton, Augustus, Commissioner of Police and Justice of
Peace
Pemberton, Joseph Despard, Colonial Survey and Land Office
Pendergast, C. C, Wells, Fargo & Co. Yates Street
Perrett, Frank, (J. D. Carroll)
Perroding, , groceries and provisions, Johnson Street
Perry, John, (A. J. Brunn & Co)
Petibeau, Mrs. Y. Ladies' Seminary, Victoria Street
Phelps, Edward, Fort Street, S side
Phillips, A. Pioneer Soda Works, Humboldt Street
Phillis, Randall, Yates Street
Piage, Jules, Johnson Street, N side
Pheian, T. groceries and provisions, Yates Street
Pickett, Wm. & Co. groceries and provisions, Wharf Street
Pidwell, C. J. & Co. furniture dealers, Yates Street
Pidwell, John Trevasso, Yates Street
Pierce & Seymour, furniture dealers, Yates Street
Pierson, Mrs. M. A. millinery and dry goods, Government St.
Piggott, T. J. fur dresser, Johnson Street
Pointer Nathan, gents' fancy goods, Yates Street, res Johnson
Street, S side
Poe, A. M., Clifton House. Broad Street
Pollock, L. (P. M. Backus)
Porter, Joseph, Clerk, House of Assembly
Poston, E. J. (M. Sporborg & Co.) res. Broad Street
Power Robert, Franklin Street
Prag, Martin, hardware, Government Street
Pritchard, C. View Street, N side
Rabson, Thomas, groceries and provisions, Broad Street
Raby, James, Humboldt Street
Ray, Wm. boot repairing, Wharf Street
Reay, Wm. Herald Street
Reid & McDonald, general store, cor. Wharf and Vine Street
j.mnms>w~w* DIRECTORY.
Reid, Jas. M. (See Reid & McDonald)
Reinhart,  Samuel & Co. wholesale liquors and provisions,
Yates Street
Reynolds, G. A. wholesale wines, etc. Wharf Street, res View
and Douglas Streets
Rhodes, Henry, (Janion & Green)
Richards & McCraken, patent roofing manufacturers
Richards, F. Gilbert, tailor, Johnson Street
Richardson, George, Victoria Hotel, Government Street
Ring, D. B. attorney
Ringo, Samuel, restaurant, Yates Street
Riseley, Geo. butcher, Rose Cottage Market, Wharf Street
Robertson, Stewart & Co. commission merchants, Yates Street
Roberts, R. Yates Street
Robson, Thomas, proprietor " Invitation House," Broad St.
Robinson, . (See Francis & Robinson)
Roche, B. T. groceries and provisions, Johnson Street
Rosenberg,  . (See Solomon & Rosenberg)
Rosenfeld,  J. (See Haas & Rosenfeld)
Rosenfeld, A.    "      j     |        "
Ross, John, Oakland Farm
Rowland, Wm. Rae Street
 , Matthias, Strawberry Farm
lsey, William, M. D. Trounce Street
Russell, Thomas, Tyne Bank
Russell, John, Springfield House
Sampson,
Sandrie,
—, Pandora Street, S Side
-, restaurant, Cooke Street
Saulay & Archer, groceries and provisions, Waddington St.
Saward, W. P. lumber merchant, Wharf Street
Schmidt, Geo. bootmaker, Waddington Street
Scott, Robert
Scott, J. J. carpenter, View Street, S side
Scott, W. A. hair-dressing saloon, Johnson Street
Sculley, Wm. (Harrison & Layzell)
Sewell, Jas. Johnson Street, S Side
Shanks, Hugh, carpenter, View Street, N side
Shannon, Solomon, fruit and tobacco, Yates Street
Sharp,  , Johnson Street
Sharp, Charles, Pandora Street
Sharp, Mrs. View Street, S side
Sharon, W. lumber dealer, etc. Yates Street
Shaw,  , View Street, N side
Shepherd, J. " British Colonist" office [Street
Shirpsir, H. & E. Cheap John auctioneers, Johnson near Wharf FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
37
Silver, Morris, clothing and dry goods, Wharf Street
Silver, S. "       "      "      " " "
Silversmith, J. Broadway, near Yates
Shannon, Solomon, Yates Street
Simson, A. camphene dealer, Yates Street
Skinner, Thomas James, Esquimault
Smith, Wm. Johnson Street, S side
Smith, Thomas Frederick, Waddington Street
Smith, Geo. lodgings, Broad Street
Smith, James L. (Wells, Fargo & Co)
Smith, William Burlington, groceries and provisions, Government Street
Sokolowski, David, (Phillip Lewis), Yates Street
Solomon, Joseph, Johnson Street, S side
Solomon, Nathan, & Rosenberg, dry goods store, Yates Street
Solomon, Isodore, (S. Franklin & Co)
Southgate," James John, Wharf Street
Sourich, Pierre, milk dealer, Broad Street
Sparrow,  , Chatham Street
Spencer, William, tailor, " Invitation House," Broad Street.
Spencer, John, groceries and provisions
Sporborg, M. Wharf Street
Stamp, Edward, Government Street
Stainslawsky, Geo. (C. Vereydhen)
Staples,  , watchmaker, Yates Street
Steel, Mrs. lodgings, Fort Street
Stephens, E. (B. P. Griffin) Boomerang
Stickles & Taylor, carriage builders and turners
Stewart, Capt. John Robertson, Government Street
St. Ours, Felix, commission merchant, Wharf Street (formerly
Sullock, Charles, Broad Street [A. Kaindler)
Swanson, John
Sweeney,  , bricklayer
Tarbell, Frank, Wharf Street
Tash^ Isaac, clothier and tailor, Yates Street
Taylor,  , tailor, Johnson Street
Teague, John, cabinet-maker and undertaker, Trounce Street
Terecithe, John
Thain, Mr. (S. Price & Co.)
Thain, James, mason, James Bay and Wharf Street
Thibandeau, Godefroi, frere C. V.
Thome, Jas. Cooke Street
Thornton, W. conveyancer and French barrister, Yates Street
Tiedemaam, Hermann Otto, Land Office
Tilghmann, Mrs. H. dressmaking, Government Street 38
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Timmermann, J. B. conveyancer and estate agent, Government
Street
Tod James, Spring Farm
Tod, John, Oak Bay
Tomlie, Dr. William Fraser, Chief Factor Hudson's Bay Company, Hillside
Trane, Thos. (I. N. Jefferies) Yates Street
Trimble, Dr. Government Street, W Side
Trounce, Thos. contractor and builder, corner of Douglas and
Rae Streets
Tuit, P. milk-seller, View Street
Turner, Peter, (S. Franklin & Co)
Tuzo, Dr. Henry Atkinson, at the Fort
Upshur, J. groceries and provisions, Humboldt Street
Urgel, Panze, (Thos. Trounce)
Vinelberg, Everett, Yates Street
Varry, Rev. Charles, Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt St.
Vignolo, Geo. groceries and provisions, Government Street
Viocava, G. groceries and provisions, Government Street
Woolon, Henry, Broad Street
Wilkinson, Francis, Government Street, res Labouchere Street
Whitby, Stephen, Douglas Street
Wilby, Henry Edward, Kane Street
Waddington, Alfred, Waddington Street
Wain, Henry, Swan Lake Farm
Walpers, Fred. (G. Riseley)
Wallace, J. W. Jr. (Dickson, Campbell & Co)
Walls, William, (Reid & McDonald)
Waldron, L. paper-hanger, Wharf Street
Wallace, Henry, (Kelly & Co)
Warner, J. Union Bakery, Johnson Street
Washington, T. Yates Street
Watson & Kane, machinists and general blacksmithing, Store
Street and Yates Street
Watson, David, Yates Street, S side
Watson, J. P. " British Colonist" office
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express Office, Yates Street
Wheeler, Daniel, (A. J. Brunn)
Wight, S. J. solicitor and Notary Public, Yates Street
Wilcox, James, Proprietor Royal Hotel, Wharf Street
Williams, Thomas G. Registar S. C, Court House
Williams, Thomas, boarding house, View Street
Williams, Capt. Thomas, boatman, the Wharf FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Williams, William, Johnson Street, S side
Willie, Robert, cigars, Bayley's Hotel
Wilson, H. C. lumber dealer, near Humboldt Street
Wilson, George, " New Westminster Times "
Wilson, Alexander, messenger, Bank British North America
Winden, W. A., "Invitation House," Broad Street
Wing Chung, washing, etc. Johnson Street
Wirth, George, & Nier, S., ale and lager beer, Government St.
Warton, David, Broad Street
Whannell, P. B., Clifton House, Broad Street
Wolf Lewis, dry goods, Yates Street
Wolf & Effelt, produce store, Wharf Street
Wolf, Capt. American Hotel
Wolfe, Jas. E. carpenter, builder, and contractor, Yates Street
Wood, Fred. Whatly, Manager Bank British North America
Wright, John, architect, Yates Street
Webster, James, importer boots and shoes
Webster, John, Yates Street
Work, John, Chief Factor, Hudson's Bay Company
Yates, James, Craigie Lee Farm
Young Chas. Bedford, Johnson Street
Zelier, Madame, coffee saloon, Johnson Street
Zelner, William, drug store, Government Street
"WK-AJRF   STREET.
J. A. McCBEA, having leased that large and commodious Sales Boom, situated on Wharf
Street, near A. Kaindler, is prepared to recieve Merchandise, either for Public or Private Sale.
He will also give his personal attention to the sale of Beal Estate.
A Register will be kept of Property for Sale.
Jt&- REGULAR SALE DATS—MONDAY and THURSDAY.
P. M. BACKUS,
YATES STREET, IN THE EL DORADO,
Will attend to Sales of Merchandise, Vessels and Ileal Estate.
SALE DAYS—Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Real Estate for sale at private sale. »- m,iL«.
©If   lllle   ffiiwrasiw    m>*mm®
SOUPS—Mock Turtle, Clam Chowder, Ox Tail and Vegetable, every day.
This Favorite Resort keeps constantly on hand a choice selection of French
Brandies, English and Spanish Wines, Cliquot Champagne Wine, Catawba Wine,
Sainsevain's Native California Wine, English Ale and Porter on draught and in
bottles, together with a choice selection of all kinds of Liquors.
Those thatare fond of a CHOICE HAVANA will do well to call. A choice selec
tion of Scotch, Irish and Bourbon Whiskies always on hand to make Hot Punches
ESP" Hot TOM and JERRY every day, and a pleasant room to sit down and
be happy.    CALL AND SEE.
FIRST JEWLLERY ESTABLISHMENT IN
■     VINEBERG   &  STAPLES,    fft
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL DEALERS IN
CLOCKS, W1TGHBS, JEWEUERT,
Epeet&cles, Fa&ey Articles, Breastpins, lite.
N. B.—Particular attention paid to the repair of Chronometers,
Watches and Jewellery, at moderate prices.
EDWARDS  &  POS,
[ Mr. Edwards formerly of Sacramento, Cal.l
Bathing, Shaving, Hair Cutting and Dressing
Yates Street, North side, opposite Stationers' Hall,
THE MOST COMPLETE OF THE KIND IN VICTORIA,
WITH EVEEY CONVENIENCE AT COMMAND.
Special attention is paid to the Dyeing of Hair, Whiskers and
Mustaches.
<ori^Oi8M. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
41
Um SPRING ISLAND STORB,
POST OFFICE AND NTTRSEEY.
The subscriber will keep constantly on hand a choice Stock of
FLOUR, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
DRY   GOODS, HARDWARE, ETC.,
Which will be sold CHEAP for CASH, or Exchanged for Country Produce.
J
The Subscriber has also commenced a NURSERY ot FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL TREES, together with HEDGING-S, ROSES, FLOWERS, Etc., on his
farm, at Salt Spring Island, where he hopes to be able to supply those favoring
him with orders, on the best of terms.
J_   BEGG.
H.   3VL-   COHEIV,
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Emporiums,
Corner of Waddington and Yates Streets,
•A.CTI3    ALSO
Johnson Street, South side, near Wharf Street,
Keeps constantly on hand and receives by every steamer the most complete assortment of Fashionable and Substantial Wearing Apparel and Gentlemens' Furnishing Articles, consisting of
Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Cravats, India Rubber Goods,
Boots, Shoes, (waterproof do), Hats, Caps, &c.,
ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
0«.ll before  ^>-ULX*olxa.slxi.s  elseTtrliere.
CALIFORNIA BILLIARD AND REFRESHMENT
South East cor. of Waddington and Johnson Sts.
LELAIRE & ECKSTEIN,
PROPRIETORS.
This Establishment possesses the
FINEST BILLIARD TABLES IN THE COLONY.
Wmii, PIETIES, BRANDIK8 Am MOTORS
OF THE FINEST BRANDS.
4
r wij. itj^jf^sSISk VICTORIA "ADVERTISEMENTS.
\$M)e)K©?e>B) n
VIOTOEIA, "V-   I_
n This is the most fashionable resort in Victoria, ibr spending an evening
in healthful exercise.
THE   BEST   OF
Wx&es, laicjmoips mi Gigarc, ©oasta&tHf oa aaadl.
WM.  EOWLAND,
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BAY STREET, CORNER OF THE CHURCH RESERVE,
VICTORIA, "V- I-
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in the finest quality of
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Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pipes, Matches,
FRUITS, CANDIES,  PRESERVES,  EGGS, ETC.
YATES STREET, NORTH SIDE,
Directly opposite the Bank, • VICTORIA, V.   I.
ABRAHAM    LEWIS,
DEALER   I3ST
And Fancy Articles,
OFFICE, Royal Hotel, Victoria, V. I.
ft
Is prepared to execute all orders in this line, and deliver the same
at the cheapest rates, at the purchaser's residence. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
43
J. s.
DEALER   IJKT
tows & pftfii
Yates Street, ahove Bayley's Hotel,
VICTORIA, V, I.
iiiip •hiip1 la ''ip ''11111 ''in ■'hihi ''Hjjiii      ''ijiiiii 'Hijjjjp  if} IBB HHi^
GOVERNMENT STREET, east side, near Yates Street,
fvn®^®m,n&9 p no
KRAFT & THICHE, PROPRIETORS.
E.    LEWIS,
Contractor, Builder and Undertaker,
COR. OF GOVERNMENT AND BROUGHTON STREETS,
DICKSON, CAMPBELL  & CO.,
Riiisii
CORNER OF WHARF AND JOHNSON STREETS,
H. N. DICKSON & CO., OF LONDON.
TOUT*"    WRIGHT.
YATES STREET, VICTORIA, V. I.,
Is Prepared to furnish designs for all kinds of Public and Private Buildings.
[gp~ Superintendence, Valuation and Measurement of the different descriptions
of Mechanical "Work connected with building. 44
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
AMERICAN TEMPERANCE HOTEL
YATES   STREET,
OPPOSITE THE BANK OP BRITISH FORTH AMERICA.
This Hotel offers the best accommodation to the traveling community
as well as to permanent residents.
BOARD and LODGING ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
W. B.
lS & e. :
PROPRIETORS.
D. JACOBI,
GOVERNMENT  STREET,
Between Yates and Johnson Sts., '     ^HOT©©!!^ ^"° ^°
< m * m >
Eeceives consignments by every shipment from  California,
consisting of
Dry Goods, Blankets, Groceries, Provisions,
Gr.   GL   C-AJPROlSr,
Blacksmith, Ship & Carriage Smith,
Is removing to his new and commodious premises, on the
South side of Yates Street, bet. Government and Broadway,
Takes this opportunity of stating that he is now prepared to execute all
descriptions of
BLACKSMITHS' WORK, FORGING AND SHOEING,
ALSO, THE CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRING OP
Slip* ^oilers, ek, Carriage %%h aid* Cm. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
45
<&*&. «&.
MARCHAND Jr. & CO.,
Yates St, third door above Macdonald & Go's Bank,
— OF —
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9
& 0
Assays of every description promptly and faithfully made, and
returns given within six hours in bars or coin, at the option of the depositor.
Aime Marehand has been connected with the well known Assay Office
of Harris <fc Marchand, in San Francisco, Sacramento and Marysville, California,
for the last four years, and during that time they have given general satisfaction
to the public.
We guarantee the correctness of our Assays, and by permission refer to the
the following well known Banking Houses and Express Offices in San Francisco:
B. DAVIDSON,    TALL ANT & WILDE,    PARROTT & CO.    ABEL GUT,
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,    FREEMAN & CO.,    SATHER & CHURCH.
Also, by special permission.we refer to the BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, in Victoria.
MORRIS  &  CO.,
JOHNSON STREET, NEAR GOVERNMENT.
"We would respectfully call the attention of the citizens of Victoria and its vicinity
to our choice selection of
§xmxm Hitltr Jr0iisi0nst
ENGLISH JAMS, JELLIES and SAUCES,   |n
ARROW~ROOT, OAT MEAL, BARLIY,
CAYENNE AND WHOLE & GROUND PEPPER,
SPLIT PEAS, ENGLISH BROAD BEANS, PRESTON & MERRILL'S AND
DONNOLLET'S YEAST POWDERS, No. 1 FRESH BUTTER, IRISH
BUTTER, CHICKENS AND EGGS.
Goods of the best quality received by every Steamer, FRESH.
E2OT
'^G^BOmC VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
^^At^M & ty7M9     ®.o   ^9o   ^2o   €To
VIOTOKIA, "V"_  I-
MR. G. I. WIGHT, NOTARY PUBLIC, for all Her Majesty's Territories,
Colonies and Dominions. By Special Appointment from the Archbishop of Canter-
bury,and duly filed in the Office of the Dean of Faculties, Doctors Common's London.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FINE ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
upws, dfftmnpgws, (gratia,
JOHNSON  STREET,
OPPOSITE WHARF, ^nOT®2B3Iil2 "NJo Ho
♦ »	
They have in Store constantly, and for sale, the Choicest Brands of Fine Liquors
OLD TOM GIN, in Puncheons and Cases;
SCOTCH WHISKY,
JAMAICA RUM,
MARTELL,MARETTAND SAZERAC
1DAJR1Z.   jAJJZTJD   PALE,
Port and Sherry Wines,
OF THE MOST CELEBRATES BRANDS.
dptqttot, Jrida^ft, and Jfmp^M  djtatpjgtw Wm%,
CLARET WINES, IN CASKS AND CASES,
California Wines, Red, White & Angelica,
SPARKLERS CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE,
CHOICE OLD BOURBON WHISKY,
CHOICE OLD MONONGAHELA 'WHISKY,
And every description of Case Goods in use by the trade and dealers generally. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
47
Bank of British North America,
ESTABLISHED 1836.
Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1840.
OAPITAL,   -   -   £1,000,000.
COURT    OF    DIRECTOES.
Henry Bauxwell. Esq. Wilham R. Chapman, Esq. Alex. Gillespie^ Esq.
Thos. H. Brooking, Esq. James John Cummins, Esq. Sir. A. Pellet Green, R. N.
Robert Carter,' Esq. John Bloxah Elin, Esq. Francis Tje Breton, Esq.
William Chapman, Esq. Oliver Farrer, Esq. John Ranking, Esq.
SECRETARY, CHARLES M'NAB, Esq.
BANKERS The Bank of England, Messrs. GLTN, MILLS & CO.
£<staT3lisli.xu.exits   in  tlxe   Colonies.
General Manager, THOMAS PATON, Esq.
QUEBEC,  Canada.     KINGSTON, Canada.      DUND AS, Canada,     ST. JOHN, New Brunswick.
MONTREAL, do        TORONTO,        do BRANTFORD, do       HAXIFAX,NovaScotia,and
OTTOWA,        do HAMILTON,     do LONDON,        do        VICTORIA, V. I.
Agents in New York: R. C. FERGUSON, P. H. GRAIN, & C. P. SMTH,
S9   ■WIIjIjIA.IM-.   STUEBT.
Yates Street, three doors below Government, North   Side*
GOLD DUST AND BILLS OF EXCHANGE PURCHASED.
DRAFTS   ISSUED   ON
London, New York, San Francisco, Canada, If ew Brunswick, Hova Scotia
And on the Branches of the PROVINCIAL BANK OF IRELAND, and the NATIONAL
BANK OF SCOTLAND.
OFFICE HOURS—10 A. M. to 3 P. M.   SATURDAYS—10 A. M to 1 P. M.
F. "W_  WOOD, Manager.
C. J. PIDWELL & CO.,
Wm t j
1TATES   STREET,
HAVE just received a large invoice of assorted Furniture of the latest fashions'
consisting in part of common Diuing, Rocking and Library Chairs, Bedsteads'
Bedding, Bedroom Sets, Sofas, Center Tables, Ladies' Work Tables, etc., etc., all o^
which will be sold at the LOWEST CASH PRICES.
The Latest Fashion for Gents' Garments is Good Goods & Good Workmanship.
j±.   a\   :o r. tt x\r r*-,
Yates Street, next to Wells, Fargo & Co's Express Office.
PartiesVurnishing their own materials can have their Garments Cut and Made
at reasonable priees.
English and French Cloth, Cassimeres, "Testings, and Tailors' Trimmings o
Superior Quality always on hand.
12*^ The undersigned, having taken the store lately occupied by N. Treeweek & Co., on
YATES   STREET,
OFFERS FOR SALE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BOOTS, SHOES, BLANKETS,
PERFUMERY, YANKEE NOTIONS, CUTLERY,
 ALSO	
A General assortment of other Goods,
SUITABLE   FOR   THE   INDIAN   TRADE,
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD
Having been long engaged in this line of business, they have made such
selections as will suit this market, and solicit their old customers, as well as
new ones, to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere.
KOSHLAND & BRO.
WHARF STREET, NEAR VIEW,
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Importer of and Dealer in the Best Brands of VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
49
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
[ORGANIZED MAT 1852.    CAPITAL, $600,000.]
SEND EXPRESS BY EVERY STEAMER
IN charge of regular Messengers, to Oregon and Washington Territories and San Francisco, there
connecting with our interior Express to all parts of California, and all parts of the United States
and Canadas, via Panama, Tehuantepec and Southern Overland Routes.
Unsurpassed facilities for dispatching Freight and Packages to all parts of Europe.   Shipments
direct from England, -via Southampton and Aspinwall.   Treasure shipped and insured at lowest
rates.   Packages and letters received up to latest hour.   Checks on our office in San Francisco;
. Exchange on all the principal cities in the United States and Canada.   Also, on UNION BANE
LONDON, and ROYAL BANK, DUBLIN,
Receive Deposits, general and special; Buy Gold Dust, Land "Warrants, Treasury Warrants,
Bills on London and Certificates on San Francisco Banks; Advances made on Gold DuBt.
Purchase Goods of every description; Execute Commissions of all kinds, and make Collections
at any point in the United States, Canada or Europe.
OFFICE—Yates Street, Bet. Wharf and Government.
 C. C. PENDERGAST, Agent.
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Yates Street, below Wells, Fargo & Co's Express.
 ♦♦	
G. HUSTON, begs to inform the inhabitants of this Colony and British Columbia, that he
Manufactures all kinds of
Rifles, Guns, Pistols, Pocket Pistols, &c, &c.
Constantly on band and for sale all kinds of Ammunition ; Powder of the best
quality, Shot and Balls of every description, and Percussion Caps.
M B.—Arms of all kinds repaired, Cutlery for Sale, Grinding and Sharpening.
Groceries and Provisions at Wholesale and Retail.
Corner of Yates and Government Streets,
Respectfully calls the attention of the citizens of Victoria and its vicinity to the choice selection of
(Swteries, tyMm, ftrat&qr attir <Sks-88m,
Which he now offers to the public at the Most Reasonable Prices, For Cash.
English Biscuit, in 10-ib tins; English Sauces, Jams, and Jellies; Mustard, Vinegar, Pickles,
Pie Fruit, and Potted Beef and Ham, put up by Beatty & Co., London. Black and Green Teas;
Crushed Sugar, in half barrels; Carolina and China Rice; Boston Syrup; Sandwich Island Molasses; Golden Gate Mill Flour; Extra Clear Pork, in half barrels; No. 1, China Sugar; Sandwich
Island Sugar, in half barrels; Extra Clear Bacon; Rio and Java Coffee, whole and ground; Adamantine Candles; Lamp Oil; Natural Leaf and Peach brand Tobacco; Fresh Corn Meal; Buckwheat Flour; 50-ft sacks Chili Beans.   Constantly receiving by every Steamer from California and
Oregon supplies of
FRESH
BUTTER AND   CHEESE. 50
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
LANGLEY*   BROS.,
YATES STREET,     f TTOS^M.* P* "*»
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
a2L/ 'flrv^A   ^-^  ^^jr T4:yr 4& sSM-   m*.  sd«e^^k
 AND DEALERS IN	
[IKII, GAfflPHME, ETC.
Orders promptly executed at San Francisco Wholesale Rates.
-»■♦■♦■♦- ^-
C. & A. J. LANGLEY,
—WHOLESALE  DEALERS   DT-
n
BJUGALS, PBRMIBRT,
PATENT   "Es^CEnDICinsrESS,   ETC.
Commercial Street,
JUL.    X3 .
GOVERNMENT   STREET,  EAST   SIDE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Hardware, Agricnltnral Implements, Bar Iron and Steel,
I IF*. O 3ST 3VE O 3XT C3r 13 "Ft. TT,
STOVES AND TINWARE, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Glass and Crockery Ware, Wood and Willow Ware, Ete„
Begs to inform the public that he has the largest assortment of the above articles
on this Island which he offers for sale at the Lowest Rates.
MR.   K.   MALLANDAINE,
UJd
OFFICE—BROAD STREET, NEAR YATES,
""/        VICTORIA, V. L VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
51
YATES STREET, opposite.Macdonald & Co's Bank,
IMPORTER, and WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER IN
3STO-W   OFFER   IFOIR   SALE
THE FOLLOWING CHOICE BRANDS:
10 Puncheons Scotch Whisky,
10 " Jamaica Rum,
10 "     Swain & Boord's Old Tom GJn,
15 pipes Holland Gin,
15 ]/g, casks Sazarac Cognac,
10 "     "     J. Robins' Cognac,
10 "     "     Martell Cognac,
15 "    ■"     Selgnette Cognac,
25 bbls. Bourbon Whisky,
60 bbls Alcohol,
60 casks American Brandy,
25 bhds Alsop & Son's Barton Ale,
60 bbls Oregon Cider,
150 cases S. & B. Old Tom,
300 cases London Dock Cognac
Brandy,
20 cases London Club House Gin,
50     "   Wolfe's Schnapps,
100 cases V. H. & Co., Anchor
Holland Gin,
60 cases Absinthe Suisse,
50     "   Vermouth Rivoire,
50     "   Scotch Whisky, Rob't Thin,
150 cases Claret Wine,
50    "   John Durand, Haut Sauterne,
10 bbls D. Gordon Sherry Wine.
10    "   Crown Port Wine,
25 bask's Heidsick Champagne,
10    "   Heidsick Champagne, Pints.
25 cases Rosenbaum's Bitters,
25 " Hostetter's Bitters,
15 " Turner's Forest Wine Bitters,
25 " Boker*s Bitters,
50 " Ginger Wine,
150 Cases Turner's Assorted Syrups,
100 Casks Byass' Porter, 4 doz each,
50 Casks Bass' Ale, four dozen each.
SOLE   -A.G-B3STT   FOB.   THE
VICTORIA. BEEWERY,
JgjfOrders from any part of the country punctually attended to.,^3
Received in Bond by late arrivals a few invoices of fine Wines and Brandies.
Martell Cognac, Sazerac Cognac, Bontelleau Cognac, Champagne, Maras-
cino, Hostetter Bitters, Boniot Cognac, 1851, Seignette Cognac, Jules
Bobin Cognac, Curacoa, Anisette, Port "Wine, Sherry Wine, of the best
quality; Also 100 cases of Marretti's London Cider.
REFITTED   AND   IMPROVED.
The above Restaurant, on Government Street, between Yates and Johnson Sta^
having been thoroughly refitted, is now prepared to supply the wants of its old
customers, and such new ones as may be disposed to give it a trial.
The table is always supplied with every delicacy in season, together with all
the substantial requisites for a good living.
" Excellent Cigars always os hand.
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ARF   STREET,
CORNER  OF  VIEW  STREET, V3B<B«5'®'3£2E,k» "?■> X.
WM. BURLINGTON SMITH,
Importer and Dealer in FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Government Street, near Yates,
W0©T©liy^ ¥■ I
By permission, refers to Rev. Mr. E. Cridge, and Thos. Bridges, Esq., E. R. L. S.
P^WW ijkP%
mi
WHARF STREET, FOOT OP YATES STREET.
The undersigned begs to inform the residents of VICTORIA that he has establised the above
Market, where he intends to supply the BEST
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, etc., at the Lowest Prices,
And he trusts to the community for a liberal share of their patronage.
43* Superior CORNED BEEF, PORK, SAUSAGES, and fresh Vegetables constantly on hand.
SELIM   FRANKLIN   &   CO.,
AUCTIONEERS   AND f LAND  AGENTS,
"5TATES   STREET,   VICTORIA.
TOWN LOTS in Victoria and Esquimalt, and Farming Lands disposed
of at Public and Private Sale.
Surveys, Flans, Deeds, Mortgages and Agreements, prepared by competent parties attached to
the Office.
Merchandise, Household Furniture, &c, disposed of.    Advances made on Consignments.
G-olca.  ZDxuasst  F-ttX-oXxeused.. OFFICIAL   LIST
FOR
VANCOUVER'S ISLAND AND COLONY,
As Received from the Colonial Secretary*
Governor-''James DottGLAS, Companion of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Governor and Commander-in-
Ohief of "Vancouver's Island and its dependencies, and
Yice-Admiral of the same.
Legislative Cbtma£—-Donald Frazer, Esq., John "Work, Esq.,
Koderick Finlayson, Esq.; Clerk, Rev. Edward Cridge.
House of Assembly—.John Sebastian Helmeken, Esq., Speaker.
Pemberton, Esq.,J.  "W." McKay,  Esq.,   Jos.  Despard
A. Geo. Skinner, Esq., 0. Stewart, Esq., James Yates,-
Esq.; Clerk of the House, Jos. Porter. Esq.    The terms
of the above officers and members expired Dec. 31st, 1859.
Judge of Supreme Court—David Cameron, Esq., Belmont Ho.,
Esquimalt; Registrar, Thos. Gr. Williams.
Acting Colonial Secretary—W. A. Gr. Young, Esq., Rose Bank,
Esquimalt; Chief Clerk, Philip Nind, Esq.; Clerk and
Accountant, Joseph Porter, Esq.
Acting Treasurer—Capt. W. Driscoll Gossett, R. E., Victoria.
Acting Attorney General—'George Hunter Carey, Esq.
Commissioner of Police-^'Augustus Pemberton, Esq.; Superintendent, Mr. John Bayley.
Acting Postmaster General—Capt. "W. D. Gossett; Deputy, at
present vacant.
High Sheriff— Geo. "W. Heaton, Esq.; Deputy, temporarily vacant.
j
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Land and Works Department—Colonial Surveyor, Joseph Despard Pemberton, Esq. Assistant Colonial Surveyor, Benj.
B. Pearse, Esq. Draughtsmen, Hermann Otto Tiedemann,
Oliver "Wells.
Justices of the Peace—Hon. Matthew B. Begbie, Hon. David
Cameron, Langford, Esq., Augustus Pemberton, Esq.,
Jeremiah Nagle, Esq., Chartres Brew, Esq.
Harbor Master—Jeremiah Nagle, Esq.; Clerk, Sam. Bigham.
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS AND COMPANIES.
Hospital, James Bay—Under supervision of Rev. E. Cridge.
Christ Church, Episcopalian—Rev. Edward Cridge incumbent^
tbe parsonage.
Church of England—Services are carried on temporarily in tbe
Police Barracks; Rev. E. Dundas.
Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt Street—-Bisbop Demers;
Rev. Ch. Yarry, incumbent; Jos. Michaud, Godefroi Thi-
baudeau, Friars, C. V.
Wesleyan Church—Temporarily in the Court House; Rev. Dr.
Evans, residence Broad Street.
Congregational Mission—Assembly Hall; Rev. "W. F. Clark,
residence Johnson Street; Rev. McFie, Eldorado Saloon, Yates Street.
Nunnery—Sisters of St. Ann.
Hudson's Bay Company—In Vancouver, offices at Fort Victoria.
Director, Alex. G. Dallas, Esq., residence Government St.
Chief Factors, John "Work, Esq., Dr. Tolmie, Rod. Finlayson, Esq. Clerks, Messrs. Charles Clifford, S. Beattie,
Robert Jesse, Richard Gollege, Thorne.
Bank of British North America—Established 1836; -capital
£1,000,000;  Victoria Branch,  Yates Street.    Manager,
Fred. "Whatley "Wood, residence Laboucbere Street.   Accountant, Alex. "Watson, residence the Bank. Teller, E. M.
Jackson, Pandora Street.    Messenger, A. "Wilson.
Hook and Ladder Company. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Wells, Fargo & Go's Express—(See advertisement) Yates Street,
Victoria. Manager and Agent in Victoria, C. C. Pender-
gast, Esq.    Assistant, J. L. Smith.
Philharmonic Society—President, Hon. Matthew B. Begbie,
Vice President, Selim Franklin, Esq. Conductor, John
Bayley, Esq. Secretary, Arthur T. Bushley, Esq., and
about eighty members.
Dashaway Association, No. 15—Meet at the Dashaway Hall,
"Wharf Street. President, Jos. A. McCrae. First Vice
President, J. G. Johnson. Second Vice President, Richard
Broderick. Secretary, Samuel Bigham, and about fifty
members.
Masonic Lodge—Master, Jos. J. Southgate. Sen. "Warden, Geo.
Pearkes.   Jun. "Warden. Capt. Jeffray.
First Hebrew Victoria Benevolent Society—President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and about forty members.
Young Men's Christian Association and Reading Rooms—Rooms
at Dr. Dickson's, Government Street. Subscriptions $1 50
per quarter. President and Vice President. Secretary,
John Cooper, Esq.
Ladies'' Benevolent Society.
SCHOOLS.
Colonial School—Public. Yates Street, Victoria. Terms $5
per year.    George Burr, Teacher.
Craig Flower Public School.
Roman Catholic Elementary Schaol—Under Bishop Demers.
Select School—Broad Street, Victoria, for children of both
sexes. Tuition embracing the usual elementary and also
all the advanced courses of instruction. (See advertisement.)   E. Mallandaine, Principal.
Young Ladies' Seminary—View Street.   By Mme Petibeau.
School of Sisters of St. Ann.
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HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
American Hotel—J. B. Zimmerman & Co., Proprietors, Yates
Street, North side.
Bayley's Hotel—Charles Alfred Bayley, Proprietor, corner of
Government and Yates Streets.
Boomerang Lnn—Griffin Benjamin Pitt,  Proprietor,  rear of
Yates Street.
Colonial Hotel—Government Street.
Hotel de France—Bernard & Mausiette, Proprietors, Government Street, East side.
Johnson Street Restaurant—Wierd & Titus, Proprietors, Johnson Street, North side.
Miners' Restaurant—Francois Fabre, Proprietor, "Waddington
Street, North side.
Ringo's Restaurant—Yates Street.
Royal Hotel—Jas. "Wilcox, Proprietor, Wharf Street, East side.
Union Hotel—John Ducie Cusheon, Agent, Government Street,
East side.
Vernon Hotel—Chas. Gohier, Proprietor, Johnson Street, North
side.
Victoria Hotel—George Richardson,  Proprietor, Government
Street, East side.
Washington Restaurant—P. Matthieson & Volentinar, Government Street, West side.
Providence Restaurant—P.  Jackson & Co., Johnson  Street,
North side.
WHARVES,
Price's Wharf—&. Price & Co.
Union Wharf—J. T. Pease.
Little's Wharf—John T. Little.
Myer's Wharf—
Rousset's Wharf-—
Kaindler's Wharf-
Hudson Bay Go's Wharf— FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
OFFICIAL   LIST,
FOR   BRITISH   COLUMBIA   COLONY,
As received from the Colonial Secretary.
Governor—James Douglas, C. B., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of British Columbia and its dependencies, and
Vice Admiral of the same.
Lieutenant-Governor—Col. Richard Clement Moody, Commander of the Land Forces, Lieutenant-Governor, and Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Judge of Supreme Court of Civil Justice—Mathew B. Begbie,
Esq.; salary, £700.    Registrar, Arthur T. Bushby, Esq.
Colonial Secretary's Department—Colonial Secretary, William
A. G. Young, Esq.; salary, £500. Chief Clerk, Charles
Good, Esq., Victoria. Clerks, Messrs. W. E. Cormack,
John Connell, Victoria.
Attorney General—George Hunter Carey, Esq., Victoria; salary, £400. Clerk, E. B. Doggett, Esq., Broad Street,
Victoria.
Treasury Department—Treasurer, Capt. W. D. Gossett, R. E.,
Victoria.    Chief Clerk, John Cooper,  Esq.    Accountant,
Robert Kerr, Esq.    Clerks, F. Wilkinson, J. Grahame.
«Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works—Col. Moody, R. E.;
office, the barracks, New Westminster.
Collector of Customs—Collector, Wymond Hamley, Esq. Chief
Clerk, W. H. McCrea, Esq.    Clerk, Mr. J. V. Woolsey.
Chief Inspector of Police—Chartres Brew, Esq., Victoria;, salary,
£400.
Assistant Gold Commissioner—E. Howard Sanders, Esq., Yale,
British Columbia.
Churches—Church of England, under the Bishop; Rev.	
Crickmer.
High Sheriff—P. O'Reilly, Esq., Hope, B. C.
5 FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Justices of the Peace—New Westminster, Warner Reeve Spalding, Esq.; Fort Hope, P. O'Reilly, Esq.; Fort Yale, E.
H. Sanders, Esq.; Lytton, Henry Ifaynard Ball, Esq. j
Cayoosh, Thos. Elwyn, Esq.; Douglas, John Balls Gag-
gin, Esq.
PRE-EMPTION   ACT
FOR THE  COLONY  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
PROCLAMATION-.
I.—That after date hereof, British subjects and aliens who
shall take the oath of allegiance, may acquire unoccupied, unreserved and unsurveyed Crown land in British Columbia, (not
being the site of an existent or proposed town, or land available for mining purposes, or an Indian reserve or settlement,)
in fee simple, under the following conditions:
II.—Preemptor shall take possession of and record his claim,
not exceeding 160 acres, with magistrate residing nearest thereto, paying therefor eight shillings. Claim shall be of rectangular form, and shortest side two thirds of longest side. Claimant
to give best possible description to recording magistrate, together with a rough plan of claim, and to identify claim by
placing at the corners four posts, and stating in said description
any other landmarks he may consider noticeable.
III.—Whenever Government survey/shall extend to land
claimed, said claimant, or his heirs, or in case of grant of certificate hereinafter mentioned, the assignees of such claimant,
shall, if he or they shall have been in continuous occupation of
said claim from date of the record, be entitled to purchase said
claim at rate then fixed by the Government, not exceeding ten
shillings per acre.
IV.—No interest in any claim before payment of the purchase money, saleable, unless vendor shall have obtained cer-
£s?33^ ss*
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
tificate from nearest magistrate that he has made permanent
improvements on said claim to the value of ten shillings per
acre.
V.—Upon payment of purchase money, purchaser to receive
a conveyance, in which precious metals will be reserved, with
a right to enter and work the same, in favor of the Crown, its
assigns and licenses.
VI.—Preemptor, who shall first record his claim, to have
priority of title.
VII.—Any person herein authorized to acquire land may
purchase, in addition to land preempted, any number of acres
not otherwise appropriated at Government rate, not exceeding
ten shillings per acre: five shillings paid down, and rest at time
of survey.
VIII.—If Crown, its assigns or licenses, enter under section
five, and commit waste, a reasonable compensation to be paid
therefor: if a dispute arise as to compensation, to be settled by
six jurors summoned by nearest magistrate.
IX.—If a preemptor permanently cease to occupy land
claimed, nearest magistrate, on being satisfied of such permanent cessation, may cancel preemptor's claim, and record claim
of any other person satisfying the requisitions.
X.—Appeal from magistrate to the Supreme Court of Civil
Justice of British Columbia.
XL—Security to be given on such appeal according to rules
and orders to be hereafter published.
XII.—The procedure before magistrate and said judge shall
be according to rules and orders made by such judge.
XIII.—Wherever preemptor, his heirs or assigns, shall have
continued in permanent occupation of land preempted or purchased as*aforesaid, he or they may bring ejectment, or trespass
against any intruder upon the land so preempted, or purchased,
to the same extent as if possessed of legal title.
XIV.—No claimant to exclude free miuers from mining.
XV.—Government entitled to take any preempted land for
roads, etc.
XVI.—Water privileges, and the right of carrying water,
granted to free miners on obtaining a certificate from Gold Com-
misioner, and paying a compensation for waste or damage to FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
the person whose land may be wasted, or damaged by such
water privilege, or carriage of water.
XVII.—The nearest magistrate empowered to decide, in a
summary way, disputes that may arise under this Act.
Issued under the Public Seal of the said Colony, at Victoria, Vancouver Island, this fourth day of January,
1860, in the Twenty-third year of Her Majesty's reign,
by me,
JAMES DOUGLAS.
By Command of His Excellency.
William A. C. Young,
Acting Colonial Secretary.
God save the Queen.
PROCLAMATION
AS TO
BENCH DIGGINGS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I.—Bench diggings excepted out of the class of dry diggings
as defined in the Rules of 7th September, 1859.
H.—Claims in bench diggings shall be as follows: One hundred feet square, or else a strip of land 25 feet deep at the edge
of the cliff next the river, and bounded by two straight lines
carried as nearly as possible in each case perpendicular to the
general direction of such cliff across the level bench up to, and
not beyond the foot of the descent in the rear; and in such last
mentioned case, the space included between two such boundary
lines, when produced over the face of the cliff in front as far as
the foot of such cliff—and no farther,—and all mines in the space
so included, shall also form a part of such claim. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
61
III.—Gold Commissioner shall have authority to mark claims
so as to include an adequate claim, and decide upon cliffs which
in his opinion form the natural boundaries of benches.
IV.—The Gold Commissioner may, in any mine of any denomination where the pay dirt is thin, or claims in small demand, or where he shall deem it reasonable, allow a free miner
to register two claims in his own name, and allow such period
as he may think proper for non-working either one of such
claims. Not more than two claims of the legal size allowed.
A discoverer's claim shall be reckoned as one ordinary claim.
V.—All claims shall be subject to the public rights of way
and water. No mine shall be worked within 10 feet of any
road, unless by the previous consent of the Gold Commissioner.
VI.—Rules to ascertain the quantity of water in any ditch
or sluice. The water taken into a ditch shall be measured at
the ditch head. No water shall be taken into a ditch except
in a trough, whose top and floor shall be horizontal planes, and
sides parallel, vertical planes,—such trough to be continued for
six times its breadth, in a horizontal direction, from the point
in which the water enters the trough. The top of the trough
to be not more than 7 inches, and the bottom of the trough not
more than 17 inches below the surface of the water in the res
ervoir—all measurements being taken inside the trough, and in
the low water, or dry season. The area of a vertical transverse
section of the trough shall be considered as the measure of the
quantity of water taken by the ditch.
The same mode of measurement to ascertain the quantity of
water running in a trough or out of any ditch.
Issued under the Public Seal of the Colony of British Columbia, at Victoria, Vancouver Island, this sixth day of
January, 1860, and in the Twenty-third year of Her
Majesty's Reign, by me,
JAMES DOUGLAS.
By His Excellency's Command.
William A. C. Young,
Acting Colonial Secretary. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
RATES   OF   POSTAGE
FROM VANCOUVER ISLAND AND BRITISH COLUMBIA.*
COUNTRIES.
Not over   Not over
> oz.
Payment.
Compulsory.
Do
Optional.
Do.
Do.
Compulsory.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Optional.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Compulsory.
Optional.
Compulsory.
Do.
Optional.
Compulsory.
Optional.
Do.
Compulsory.
Do.
Optional.
Do.
Compulsory.
N. B.—The above rates include the Colonial Postage of 5
cents on every half ounce; and where it is marked optional, it
has reference only to the United States postage.
* lor rates of United States Postage, see page 46, San Francisco Department.
Aspinwall	
Australia via England	
Austria	
Belgium via France     26
British North American Provinces.
Cape of Good Hope	
Chili	
Cuba	
China	
By private ship from San Francisco
Denmark	
France     25
German States	
Great Britain and Ireland	
Greece	
Holland via France	
Mexico	
Norway	
Panama	
Peru	
Poland	
Portugal	
Prussia	
Russia '.	
. Sandwich Islands	
Spain via France	
Sweden	
Switzerland	
West Indies	
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TABLE OF DISTANCES
TO THE MINES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA,
Starting from Fort Hope.
Hope to Yale, in small boats 16 miles.
Yale to Spuzzim, mule trail 13     "
To Chapman's Bar, crossing River 5     "
To Boston Bar, via Lake House 23     "
(Three miles after leaving Lake House, trail strikes
Anderson River, where Hope and Yale trails unite.)
To Paul's Flat, opposite Yankee Flat  4    "
Engley's Flat  7     "
Fargo's Bar  1     "
Half Way House  8     "
Jackass Mountain   7
(The Government have appropriated $300 to cut a trail
round the face.)
Lytton City j 12     "
96 miles.
Lytton to Cayoosh:
Lytton is on the junction of the Thompson and Fraser.
Lytton City- from Hope 96 miles.
Mormon Bar  5
Spintlan Fl-at  2     "
White Rock Bar  9     "
Dry Diggings East and West  4     "
Foster's Bar 2     "
Rose's Bar 5
Horse Beefs Bar • 12
Cavoosh  2
137 miles.
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Cayoosh to Hat River:
Cayoosh from Hope 137 miles.
La Fountaine  12
Pavilion  12
To Hat River, up Pavilion Creek  18
179 miles.
Lytton to Hat River, New Trail:
(This trail passes over a level country well watered and
plenty of grass for animals—saves 48 miles.)
Lytton from Hope 96 miles.
Eleven Mile Lake 11     "
First Fork of Hat River 29     "
136 miles.
Hat River to Fort Alexander:
(Here New trail strikes H. B. Co's. Brigade trail.
The trail, after leaving Hat River, strikes across to
Bournaparte, up that to the divide between Canal
and Fraser, then along divide to Fort Alexander.)
Hat River from Hope, via Cayoosh 179 miles.
First crossing of Bournaparte     8 "
Green Lake  12 "
Second crossing of Bournaparte  13 |
Fort Corrall   18 "
Bridge  25 "
Ten Mile Lake  17 "
Good Camp Ground  12 "
Big Creek 45 "
Williams' Ranch   17 "
Twenty-five Mile Creek  12 "
Fifteen Mile Creek   10 "
Fort Alexander  15 "
383 miles.
Fort Alexander is situated on the Fraser about thirty miles
below its junction with I Canal."
The Publishers wish to express their thanks to the Editor of
the " British Colonist," for the above reliable and useful information. LIST  OF VOTERS.
For Lake District.
Begbie Matthew B., no fixed residence, freehold, Beaver Lake,
Lake District.
Brown William Henry Joseph, H. M. S. Plumper, freehold
Lake District.
Ball George, Victoria, freehold, Lake District.
Cary George Hunter, Victoria District, freehold, Lake District.
Crergie Thomas, Mount Seymour, freehold, Lake District.
Caselton Richard, Lake District, 25 acres, Lake District.
Cormack William Eppes, Victoria, freehold of 61 acres, Lake
District.
Crease Henry P. Pellew, Victoria, freehold, Lake District.
Cheeseman Richard, Hill Farm, freehold, Lake District.
Dodd Charles, Victoria, freehold, Lake District.
Dean George,) Vale Villa Farm, owners of 150 acres, Lake
Dean James,   )     District.
Dallas Alexander Grant, Victoria, freehold, Lake District.
Farquahar James, Nanaimo, above 20 acres freehold, Lake
District.
Foster George, Constance Farm, 200 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Greenwood George, Glenfawn Farm, 200 acres, freehold, Lake
District.
Golledge Richard, Fort Victoria, freehold, Lake District.
Hillard William, Henly Farm, 90 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Lewis Herbert, steamer Beaver, freehold, Lake District.
McKenzie Kenneth, Craig Flower Farm, rental of over £12
Lake District.
Porter Robert, Aden Farm, 150 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Pike William, Spring Bottom, 45 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Power Robert, Victoria, 88 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Peers Henry, Newsham, Colquitz Farm, 300 acres freehold,
Lake District.
Rickets Samuel, Cedar Mountain Farm, 85 acres freehold, Lake
District. 66
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Rowland Matthais, Stratberry Farm, 600 acres, freehold, Lake
District.
Smith Richard, Lake District, 20 acres freehold, Lake District.
Stevens John, Lake District, 20 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Skinner Thomas Jones, Constance Farm, freehold, Lake District.
Treweek Nicholas, Victoria, over 20 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Tod John, Oak Bay, 160 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Thain James Nelson, Victoria, 117 acres, freehold.
Williams Williams, N. Dairy Farm, aver 20 acres, freehold,
Lake District.
Wood Charles Redingfield, no fixed residence, 78 acres, freehold, Lake District.
Williams John, N. Dairy Farm, over 20 acres, freehold, Lake
District.
Williams John, Lake District, 25 acres freehold, Lake District.
Williams Edward, Lake District, 25 acres freehold, Lake District.
For the District of Saanich.
Anderson Alexander Caulfield, Victoria, 20 acres freehold,
north Saanich.
Bull John Augustus, no fixed residence, 400 acres freehold,
Saanich District.
Coles John, Coles Harbor, 50 acres freehold, north Saanich.
Deck George, Swan Place, 200 acres freehold, south Saanich.
Doane Joseph Homer, Victoria, 400 acres freehold, Saanich
District.
Franklin Selim, Victoria, 100 acres freehold, north Saanich.
Foster George, Constance Farm, 20 acres freehold, Saanich
District.
Green Edward, Victoria, 146 acres freehold, Saanich District.
Helmeken John Sebastian, Victoria, more than 200 acres freehold, north Saanich.
Lidgate Duncan, 6th section east Saanich, freehold, Saanich
District.
McPhail Augers, Bay Farm, 177 acres freehold, south Saanich.
McDonald Wm John, Victoria, 200 acres freehold, Saanich.
Morrell Leon, Victoria county, over 20 acres freehold, Saanich
District.
Mayne Richard Charles, Esquimalt, 125 acres freehold, north.
Saanich.
Maine Alexander Findlay, Victoria, freehold, Saanich District.
Mowat William Alexander^ Clifton Cottage, freehold, Saanich
District. VICTORIA  ADVERTISEMENTS.
67
Reid James Murray, Victoria, 50 acres freehold, Saanich District.
Richardson George, Victoria, 300 acres- freehold, Saanich Dis~-
trict.
Simpson Henry, Stream Farm, 300 freehold, Saanich District.
Thomson William, Bonne Bon, 200 acres freehold, Saanich
District.
Thain James-Nealson, Victoria, 100 acres freehold, north Saanich.
Of Esquimalt and Metchosin County District.
Cooper James, Thetis Cottage, 64 acres freehold, Esquimalt.
Cook George, Mint Valley, 200 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Duncan James, Victoria,, saw mill, value £600, Metchosin District.
Dartnell George, Albert Head, 70 acres- freehold, Esquimalt
District.
Dodd Charles, Victoria, freehold, value £500, Esquimalt Dis*
trict.
Doane Joseph Homer, Victoria, freehold, value not less than
£50, Esquimalt District.
Dallas Alexander Grant, Victoria, freehold, value greater than
£50, Metchosin District.
Franklin Selim, Victoria, 44 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Flewin Thomas, Woodside Farm, 28 acress freehold, Esqpl-
malt District.
Francis Matthew, Daingrove Farm,. 57 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Foster George, Constance Farm, rental over £12, Esquimalt
District.
Gray Joseph, Rocky Point, rental over £80, Metchosin District.
Gourerie James, on the property, above 20 acres, freehold, Esquimalt District.
Green Edward, Victoria, freehold exceeding in value £50, Esquimalt District.
Greig John, on the property, freehold, value greater than £50,
Mount Seymour.
Gollege Richard, Fort Victoria, above 20 acres, freehold, Esquimalt District.
Hunt William, Albert Head, 70 acres, Esquimalt District.
Harris Thomas, Victoria,, value over £50, Esquimalt Distri®*-,
Helmckin John Sebastian-, Victoria, freehold of greater value
than £50, Esquimalt District.
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Kittson Edwin, McNeil's Farm, 20 acres freehold, Esquimalt
District.
Langford Edward Edwards, Colwood, Esquimalt, one-third
share in a farm, 20 acres of which are cleared, Esquimalt
District.
Laughton Thomas, Victoria, freehold of greater value than
£50, Metchosin District.
McKenzie Kenneth, Craig Flower Farm, over one-fourth the
profits of Craig Flower Farm, Esquimalt District.
Munro Alexander, Dallas Park, 20 acres freehold, Metchosin
District.
McGregor John, Metchosin, 181 acres, freehold, Metchosin District.
Montgomery Joseph, Esquimalt, rental, value greater than £12,
Esquimalt District.
McKenzie George, on the premises, above £20 of freehold, Esquimalt District.
Nagle Jeremiah, Victoria, freehold, value greater than £50,
Esquimalt District.
Ollis John R., no fixed residence, freehold, Esquimalt District.
Pearse Benjamin W., Victoria, freehold land on the official map
Esquimalt District.
Porter James, Esquimalt, freehold, value £200, Esquimalt
District.
Parker John, Victoria, freehold, above 20 acres, Metchosin
District.
Pais Henry, no fixed residence, 20 acres, freehold, Esquimalt
District.
Parsons William Richard, freehold, value over £50, Esquimalt
District,
Rhodes Henry, Victoria, lot on official map, Esquimalt District.
Roseman E., Albert Head, 30 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Rowland Matthais, Strawberry Vale Farm, rental of £80, Esquimalt District.
Russell John, Springfield House, freehold, Esquimalt District.
Reid William, Victoria, freehold of 20 acres, Esquimalt District.
Skinner Thomas Jones, Constance Farm, occupant of Constance
Farm, Esquimalt District.
Simpson Jonathan, Colwood, 120 acres, freehold, Esquimalt
District.
Stamp Edmund, Victoria, freehold exceeding in value £50, Esquimalt District.
Treeweek Nicholas, Victoria, 20 acres, freehold, Metchosin District.
mm
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Trutch John, Victoria, freehold exceeding in value, £50, Esquimalt District.
Trutch Joseph William, Victoria, freehold exceeding £50 in
value, Esquimalt District.
Vine Edward, Pedder Inlet, freehold of greater extent than 20
acres, Metchosin District.
Wallace Peter William, H. M. S. Satellite, 100 acres freehold
Esquimalt District.
Wilson James, on the property, above 20 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Weir Robert, Metchosin, 200 acres freehold, Metchosin District.
Weir William, Metchosin, 36 acres freehold, Metchosin District.
Weir Hugh F., Metchosin, 36 acres freehold, Metchosin District.
Weir John, Metchosin, 36 acres freehold, Metchosin District.
Williams Charles, Mint Valley Farm, 200 acres freehold, Esquimalt District.
Yates James, Craigie Lee Farm, 20 acres freehold, Esquimalt
District.
Yeo Gerald, Esquimalt, freehold exceeding in value £50, Esquimalt District.
For Esquimalt Town District.
Burnaby Robert, Wharf Street Victoria, freehold, land exceed-
ding in value £50, Esquimalt.
Creighton George, View Street, one half acre lot, value £50, Esquimalt Town.
Carswell James, Yates Street, freehold, lots value £500, Esquimalt Town.
Criddle John, Criddle Cottage, town lots and houses, value
over £100, Esquimalt Town.
Crease Henry P. Pellew, Government Street, Victoria, estate
of freehold, value £50, Esquimalt Town.
Carroll John, Yates Street, house and land, value £400, Esquimalt Town.
Cochrane John James, freehold property, value £100, Esquimalt Town.
Davies Lewis, Esquimalt, Hotel Royal Oak, Wharf Street, Esquimalt.
Finlayson Roderick, Rock Bay, freehold land, value £100, Esquimalt Town.
Gossett William Driscoll, Victoria, freehold, value above £50,
Esquimalt.
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FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Howard John Thomas, Esquimalt, freehold in houses and lots
value £400, Esquimalt.
Hawkins George Frederick, Esquimalt, real estate, Esquimalt
Town.
Hill John, no fixed place, freehold land, value not less than
£300, Esquimalt Town District.
Helmcken John Sebastian, Arbutus Lodge, estate of freehold,
value above £50, Esquimalt.
Langley Alfred John, Yates street, interest in 7 town lots, value £200, Esquimalt Town.
Moore James, Yates Street, town lot, value £80, Wharf Street
Esquimalt.
Millington William, Esquimalt, bricklayer, Wharf Street, Esquimalt.
Parker John, Wharf Street, Esquimalt, house and lot, Esquimalt Town.
Richards George Henry, Esquimalt Cottage, freehold estate,
value £50, Esquimalt Town District.
Rothwell William, Wharf Street, Esquimalt, freehold land,
value £400, Esquimalt Town.
Rowland Matthais, Strawberry Valley Farm, 60 farm lots and
house, Esquimalt Town.
Smith John, Esquimalt, freehold estate, value £3,000, Esquimalt Town.
Selleck William, Esquimalt, houses and lots, value £500, Esquimalt Town.
Smith Moses Roe, Esquimalt, houses and lots, Esquimalt Town.
Telfer William, Esquimalt Town, householder, rent not less
than £25 per annum, Esquimalt.
Trounce Thomas, Taylor and Rae Street, estate of freehold,
value £20, Esquimalt Town.
Tolmie William Fraser, Hillside, freehold, value above £50,
Naval Hospital, Esquimalt.
Yates James, Cragie Lee Farm, half suburban lots and houses,
Esquimalt Town District.
C.   VEESY
19 IT
, ^vu«..wVV* auu Builder,
Cor. Blanchard and Kane Sts., near the Church,
Is Prepared to Contract for, or superintend the erection of Brick Buildings, Fr^me Cottages,
Wood and Brick fire-proof Stores, Dwellings, etc., all in the best style and architecture, in the
cheapest And best workmanlike manner.
A long experience in Europe and the United States, and a perfect knowledge of his profession
are a guarantee that any work entrusted to him shall be satisfactorily executed.
Plans Drawings and Specifications made in every style, at the shortest notice. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
71
A..   BLA.OKMA.Isr,
Stove, Tin & Sheet Iron Manufactory
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
IrMTOWAIrm, IFWIP^ LIA© IFDIFE,
CROCKERY   ^A.3STJD     0-3L.A-SS   "W-A-IRE,
YATES STREET, NEAR WHARF, VICTORIA, V .1.
3XT.   MOORE   c*3   OO.,
YATES STREET opposite "Stationers' Hall, VICTORIA.
BET &OOBI & raTHSr& II0E1,
HOSIERY, AND GEFTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS,
LADIES'   AND   CHILDRENS'   BOOTS   AND   SHOES.
HUMBOLT STREET, SOUTH SIDE.
The Proprietors of this establishment are now prepared to supply their customers with
ta&a Water, Sairsaparilllla and filiaeraJi Waters,
OF   THE  BEST QUALITY.
Orders from "Washington Territory or British Columbia promptly attended to.
PHILLIPS & CO.
1±/CR-  E-   ^E-A.nL.L-A-lSriD-A.X]SrB,
iJSf   W<i\ ttXIt
Broad Street, near corner of Yates St., Victoria, V. I.
DESIGNS, AND WORKING DRAWINGS
 FOR AIL KINDS OP	
BUILDINGS AND SUPERINTENDANCE.
LOUIS   HiLUTIESR.,
-FOR LICENSED DEALERS IN-
Syrups, Cordials and Liquors of all kinds,
COLORINE and all descriptions of BITTERS,
Johnson Street, north side, near the Ravine, Victoria, V. I.
11*^1. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
nvc^LOi^orj^LijiiD ess co.
OFFICE ON YATES STREET,
SELL CHECKS AT SICHT ON
TALLANT AND "WILDE, BANKERS, at San Francisco, AT PAR.
Furnish Bills of Exchange in sums to suit, and at current rates, on New York and London.
Pay Highest Prices for Gold Dust.
Make Advances on Gold Dust for Assay or Coinage in San Francisco.
Purchase Navy Bills and Bills on London.
1^31^® W.
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MARSHALL, SCOTT & CO., PROPRIETORS,
 OFFER THE CHOICEST	
wines, sraunrs mm oora&s,
AT   THE   STEAMBOAT   WHARF,
NEW WESTMINSTER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
<a
FRAJSTQOIS   FABRE.
"W-A.lDlDI^ra-T02Sr   jbJLJLJEnZ', WEST SIDE.
MEA3.S AT   FIFTY CE1VTS.
SBO-A-SFHD, per "Weeli, 7,8d;9 Dollars.
If. B. The Best the Market affords.
KIlfrPlllMlfc    Ml
»®B^®
f|^|§kl|>3
Waddington Alley, West side opposite the Bowling Saloon.
A FULL  ASSORTMENT   OF
c^> 02. ce> . ca tm sxa a oa
NEW©   DEPOT,
Yates Street, bet. Wharf and Government Sts.
B@@ks, Stationary,
*g JLi&rary.
A large assortment of English, American, French, German, and Spanish
Newspapers, at Wholesale and Retail.
~2&ili PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS OF VANCOUVER ISLAND
GOVERNOR.
James Douglas, C. B., Governor and Commander-in-Chief,
and Vice Admiral.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
His Excellency the Governor; the Hon. John "Work, H.
B. C.; the Hon. Eoderick Finlayson, H. B. C.; the Hon. David Cameron, Judge; the Hon. Donald Fraser.
Clerk—The Rev. E. Cridge.
HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Dundas,   M.
Flower.
Members for Esquimalt District—J. S. Helmcken, M. D., H.
B. C.; Capt. Cooper, Harbor Master, B. C. Town—Capt. J.
Gordon.
Victoria District—J. Tolmie, M. D., H. B. C.; A. D. "Waddington ; H. P. P. Crease, Barrister at Law. Town—G-. H.
Cary, Attorney-General of British Columbia; Selim Franklin.
Saanich District—C. Coles.
Nanaimo District—A. B. Green.
Lake District—Major Foster.
Salt Spring District—Jos. J. Southgate.
Metchosin District—J. McDonald.
Speaker—not appointed.      Clerk—not appointed.
ECCLESIASTICAL.
The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of British Columbia and
Vancouver Island—George Hills, D. D.
Incumbents—The Rev. E. Cridge, Victoria;   The Rev. R.
Esquimalt;   The Rev
* Since the foregoing pages were in press, we were kindly favored with the above Official list
for the year 1860.   The List of Officers preceding this one were the incumbents for 1859, and
whose terms expired December 31st of last year.
6 74
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
1ST. B.—The Church of England in Vancouver Island is supported by voluntary contributions.
JUDICIAL.
His Honor David Cameron", J. P., Judge of the Supreme
Court.
Attorney-General, (acting), G. H. Cary, M. L. A.
Justices of the Peace—E. Langford; A. Pemberton, C. P.;
C. Brew, C. P. of B. C.; J. Nagle, H. M.
Sheriff—Gr. W. Heaton.
Deputy Sheriff—Vacant.
Register of Court—T. G. Williams.
MILITARY.
Capt. Bazalgette, B. M. L. I., commanding the troops in Vancouver Island.
Capt. Henry, Lieut. Sparshote, (acting Adj't), detachment of
Royal Marine Light Infantry.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
W. Young, Paymaster, R. N., (Acting) Colonial Secretary.
Clerks—Philip Nind, Joseph Porter.
TREASURY.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E., F. R. S. E., (Acting) Treasurer.
LANDS AND WORKS.
J. D. Pemberton, H. B. C, Colonial Surveyor.
Surveyors and Draftsmen—B. Pearse, Herman Otto Tiede-
mann, 0. Wells.
POLICE.
A. Pemberton, J. P., Commissioner of Police and Superintendent of Jails.
Superintendent, John Bayley; four Sergeants ; twelve Constables.
COLONIAL COMMISSARIAT.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E., F. R. S. E., {Acting) Colonial Commissary.
»■ FIRST VICTORIA   DIRECTORY.
POST OFFICE.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E., F. R. S. E., (Acting) Postmaster-
General.
Postmaster—Victoria, J. D. Ewes;  Clerk, Victoria, J. Morrison.
Postmaster—Nanaimo, — .
Postmaster—Salt Spring, J. Begg.
HARBOR MASTER DEPARTMENT.
J. Nagle, J. P., Harbor Master.
Clerk—Samuel Bingham.
PUBLIC DEPARTMENTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
GOVERNOR.
James Douglas, C. B., Governor and Commander in Chief
and Vice Admiral; residence, Vancouver Is.; salary, £3,000.
ECCLESIASTICAL.
The Right Rev'd the Lord Bishop of British Columbia and Vancouver Island—George Hills, D.D.; res. N. Westminster.
Incumbents—The Rev. J. Pringle, res. Hope; the Rev. G.
Crickmer, Langley; the Rev. R. Sheepshanks, N. Westminster.
The Church of England in British Columbia is supported
by voluntary contributions.
JUDICIAL.
His Honor M. Bailey Begbie, Judge of the Supreme Court
of Civil Justice ; res. Vancouver Is.; sal. £800 and quarters.
Attorney General—G. H. Cary, Vancouver Is., sal. £400 and
fees for prosecutions.
Justices of the Peace—W. R. Spalding, N.Westminster, £300;
P. O'Reilley, (also Colonial Sheriff,) Hope, £300 and Sheriff's
fees; J. B. Gaggin, Douglas, £300; E. H. Sanders, Yale, £350;
Capt. H. M. Ball, Lytton, £300; T. Elwyn, Cayoosh, £300.
Registrar of the Supreme Court—A. T. Bushby, Vancouver Island, sal. £250.
t<BMfeyat''**L FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Clerk to the Att'y General—E. B. Doggett, Vancou. Is., £200.
MILITARY.
Brevet Col. R. Moody, Lieut. Col. Royal Engineers, commanding ; res. New Westminster; sal. £350 and a residence.
Captains R. E.—John Grant, £200; R. Parsons, £200; J.
Juard, £200; A. Lempriere, £200. Lieut. R. E, R. Palmer,
£100.    Surgeon, Seddell, M. D., £200.
All the above officers reside at New Westminster, and have
a residence in addition to their salaries. See also "Lands and
Works," for addition to above salaries.
COLONIAL   SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.
W. Young, Paymaster, R. N., (Acting) Colonial Secretary;
res. Vancouver Island; salary, £500.
Clerks—C. Good, £350 and quarters; J. Connell, £200; W.
Cormack, £200; all residing at Vancouver Island.
TREASURY.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E., F. R. S. E., Treasurer, salary £5 00
res. Vancouver Island.
Clerks—J. Cooper, £300; R. Ker, £240; F. Wilkinson,
£250:
J. Grahame, £200; all residing at Vancouver Island.
MINT.
Under Capt. W. D. Gosset.
Chief Assayer, F. E. Claudet.    Ass't Assayer,
Refiner, C. Bacon.    Ass't Refiner, —
Bonsfield.
Hitchcock.
LANDS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT.
Col. R. C. Moody, R. E., Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works; res. N.Westminster; sal. £1200, servants and rations.
Assistant Officers — Capt. J. Grant, R.E., £350; Capt. R.
Parsons, R.E., £350; Capt. J. Juard, R.E., £350; Capt. A. A.
Lemprere, R.E. £250; Lieut. R. Palmer, R.E., £250.
Surgeon, Seddell, M. D., £250.
The above officers reside at New Westminster and are furnished servants and rations in addition to salary. For additional military pay and allowances, see "Military Dep't."
About 150 Military Artisans. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
77
CUSTOMS.
Collector, W. Hamley, salary £400. Clerks—W. H. McCrea;
J. V. Woolsey; salary £200.
Revenue Officers, Wylde, £200;  Dondersey, £200
and rations.    Residence at New Westminster.
POLICE.
Chartres Brew, J. P., Commissioner of Police, res. Vancouver
Island; salary £500.
COLONIAL COMMISSARIAT.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E, F. R. S. E. (Acting) Colonial Commissary; no salary; rations.
Clerk, R. Holmes; salary £180.
POST  OFFICE.
Capt. W. D. Gosset, R. E., F. R. S. E., (Acting) Postmaster-
General ; no salarv.    Residence at Vancouver Island.
Postmasters, (Acting)—J. Holbrook, res. New Westminster;
no salary. J. B Gaggin, res. Douglas ; paid as J. P. J. O'Reilly, res. Hope; paid as J. P. G. Haines, res. Yale; paid as
Constable.    — Wynard, res. Langley; no salary.
HARBOR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
Capt. J. Cooper, M. L. A., Vancouver Island, Harbor Master
for. B. C. ; res. Esquimalt; salary £400.
ADDENDA OF NAMES.
Burkley, , registrar of Supreme Court, B. C, Government
Building.
Cooper, J., Harbor Master, Esquimalt.
Cooper, John, Chief Clerk Treasury, Government Street.
Corbinere, Marc.
Hills, George, Lord Bishop, Fort Street.
Koshland, N. & Co. formerly Treweek & Co. Yates Street.
Lewis, A. dry goods dealer, Royal Hotel, Wharf Street.
Nind, Philip, Chief Clerk in Colonial Secretary's office, Fort
Street.
Sutro, A., cigars, etc., Corner Yates and Wharf Street.
Sutro, .    " u " " 1
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VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
SPOEBOEa   &   CO.
IMPOBTEE.S AND JOBBERS IN"
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
Receive by every sailing Vessel and Steamer, and keep constantly on hand a large supply of
Golden Age Flou
Golden Gate   "
Self Rising    |
BACON,
BEANS,
TEA,
COFFEE,
BUTTER,
CHEESE,
DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES,    ^^^
WHARF STREET, FOOT OF YATES.
THE   UNDERSIGNED  HAVE  FOR  SALE,
Hhds SALTS' SUPERIOR BURTON ALE,
Hhds YOUXGER'S SUPERIOR EDINBURG ALE,
J.  W. BRIDGES  &   SON'S  BOTTLED  PORTER,
TRUMAN, HAMBURG & CO'S BOTTLED PORTER,
YOUNGER'S BOTTLED ALE,  IN STONE JUGS ;
Cases, 1 dozen each, Sir Robert Burnett's Old Tom.
■     1      I        "      Holland Gin,
I     1      1        "      Scotch Whisky,
I      1      "        "      Duff Gordon Sherry Wine.
Pipes Holland Gin,
Puncheons Scotch Whisky,
Puncheons Jamaica Rum,
1-8 casks Brandy, pale and dark,
1-8 casks Sherry and Port Wines,
ETC.,   ETC-,   ETC.
THOMAS PATTRICK & OO.
Comer of Johnson and Government Streets, Victoria, V. I. VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
79
GEO. T. SEYMOUR, Victoria. OTIS J. PIERCE, San Francisco.
PIERCE  &  SEYMOUR,
North West corner Yates and Douglas Streets,
victoria, v. I.
Jfraitan §.ealm, auto ^ttomg Jitraftufanrs,
Are in regular receipt of assorted Furniture of substantial quality, which they offer at
Reasonable .Kates; in Part consisting of:
BEDSTEADS   OF   ALL   SIZES   AND   QUALITIES.
CHAIRS—Oane. and Wood Seats of every style; also, Mahogany, Hair, Cloth and Office "Chairs
MIRRORS—In Gilt and Mahogany Frames, assorted sizes. [in variety.
BUREAUS—Whole and half Marble Tops, plain aud Scroll Front, and common Bureaus.
ROCKERS—Arm and Sewing, of Hair Cloth and Cane Seats and Backs, Children's Rockers.
TABLES—Center, Card, Dining and Saloon, in Mahogany, Walnnt, Cherry and Painted Pine.
SOFAS—Lounges. Desks, Stools, Painted Chamber Sets, Washstands and Sinks,   Etageres
Whatnots, etc., etc.
MR. PIERCE, recently of J. & 0. S. Pierce, of San Francisco, now residing there, will give his
attention to the filling of Special Orders for any style of Furniture, thereby saving time, trouble
and expense to parties Here.
Of this particular material for bedding, we always have an ample stock on hand, which we offer,
either by the bale or in bedding, at steady prices. It is universally considered to be equal to
eathers, and better than curled hair, for this climate, at half the price of either.
Our arrangements are such, for the sole importation of it, direct from the Sandwich Islands,
that we are enabled to sell it lower than it can be had elsewhere.
Straw Mattresses "Wholesale and Retail.
Curled Hair and Moss Mattresses made to order.
LESTER   Sd   GIBBS,
DEALERS   lOST
Ifarbtan, mfe, $\m attir Slims' dtelfiis,
YATES  STREET,
Between Wharf and Government Stsv,
^Sg<B3P<&3&8&»
ElO  & CO.
i iVGPOLi'J1:7^;:-      WD  DEALERS IN
Corner Yates and Wharf Streets,  f tctwia, ¥. 1.
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^*HH   C^&gmQ^   5^3cs>tsi^GaO   &oex   33B<£>aac£L»
«£iJ3SfiiKp 80
VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
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THE SPLENDID NEW AMERICAN STEAMER
ELIZA ANDERSON
•tmm)M>'&?n&
THOS. WEIGHT,    -  -  -    Commander,
PLYING   BETWEEN
XT X O "3P1 O X*. X A
. — AND —
BKITISH   COLUMBIA,
Connecting with all the Ports on PUGET SOUND.
STJPEBIOE. ACCOMMODATIONS
DECK AND CABIN PASSENGERS,
With MEALS on board served in the BEST STYLE.
FREIGHT AND   PASSAGE
AT THE MOST REASONABLE MATES.
Apply on Board, or to
JOHN SCRANTON, Agent. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
81
U
URAGE H01E MANUFACTURE.
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The undersigned beg leave to inform the public that we are
MANUFACTURING CIGARS
FROM   THE  FINEST
"WHICH WE IMPORT  FROM FIRST HANDS.
£3^" We inteud these CIGARS to supply the place of the Imported article, and
assure the public that they are as good; for it is the Tobacco which makes a Cigar
good or bad, and not the place where it is manufactured.
Having increased our manfacturing facilities, and made such arrangements by
which we receive a constant supply of the very BEST HAVANA TOBACCO,
and as none but first class workmen are employed by us, we can safely assert that
we are now prepared to furnish our patrons arid the public generally with as good
Cigars as the importers, and 50 per cent, cheaper!
Jggf We were awarded Diplomas for 1857-8 from the Mechanics' Institute, San
Francisco, and a Silver Medal from the State Fair at Marysville, and First Premium
at the State Fair at Sacramento, 1859, for the best Manufactured Cigars from
Havana Tobacco.
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PRACTICAL  CIGAR MAKERS,
171 Washington Street.
Also, BRANCH STORE—198 Kearny Street,  SM FRAMCJSGG.
(JgfLEAF TOBACCO constantly on hand.   Orders from the Country promptly
atttended to.
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SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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Slil  ''IP®     iffl   w™
AND   CONSUMERS   OF
SAWS & FILES.
The Undersigned, having been appointed Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast, for
the sale of R. HOE & CO'S Superior Cast Steel, Circular, Mill, Pit, Cross-cut, "Web
and other Saws, so well known throughout the United States, the equality and
tenacity of temper which they possess, has given them that celebrity to which
they are so justly entitled.
The undersigned will keep a stock in San Francisco to supply the demands of
the market, best Files of any description and quaHty.
All orders will have prompt attention.
Orders received for any peculiar form or size will be forwarded to R. Hoe & Co.
New York, for execution,
In connection we have a competent workman from R. Hoe & Co. to attend to
all necessary repairs and alterations that may be required, which will be done at
greatly reduced prices.
GEO.  STEAD,
N. E. cor. Battery and Jackson Sts., San Francisco.
ilM Hawk jpjJIH J&hHM'
<mi	
B.  F.  FISH. J.   H.   SWAIN.
B. F. FISH & CO.,--Proprietors.
A ■» »•*- V-
No. 99 PINE STREET,
SAN FMNCHSCG, CM..
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BUGGIES and good SADDLE HORSES,
For Hire or Sale, on the most Reasonable Terms.
— • •-»-•	
5^"Particular attention paid to BOARDING HORSES; also, for Disposing
of them by Sales.   We solicit orders for all description of Horses.  84
FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY SAN" FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
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OUR COMMERCE WITH CALIFORNIA.
"We need scarcely remark that a brisk trade connection between these colonies and California has been kept tip since the
last couple of years. Some of the first houses of San Francisco have branch establishments in Victoria. The steamers
which ply regularly every week between San Francisco and Puget
Sound are always well freighted, besides other lines of sailing
crafts, carrying merchandise and produce of every known
description. In the Preface to this work are enumerated
the resources which this north-western continent furnishes as
a return for goods and wares shipped. California is now, and
ever will be, the only reliable mart from which these colonies
-can be supplied with the necessaries and commodities. Its extensive commercial connections with the Atlantic States and
Europe, have placed San Francisco beyond competition on the
Pacific coast. Already the spirit for home manufactures are
being carried on, and where is there a city among the known
civilized nations, that has built itself up within the remarkable
short space of ten years—a State like California, or a City like
San Francisco—and every art, science, and profession, liberally
patronised ?
Although the early Frazer river excitement threatened to
engulf California, and strip it of its world-renowned gold glories; but happily the tide of commerce turned in its favor, and
we are informed that, more or less, every business house has
felt its beneficial effects.
£$&' SAN FRANCISCO  DEPARTMENT.
We would say to the merchants of San Francisco, that these
colonies are also on the march of progress, that business is being carried on with system and reliability.
The legal institutions of these colonies are such, that it leaves
few chances for defrauding creditors. There is, and always
has been, from the earliest moment of Frazer Eiver excitements, more confidence, between business men, than has been
the case with California. We have yet to record any heavy
failures by which men have lost Ijaeir all.
The business community of California must see that Victoria
of Vancouver's Island, British Columbia, and Washington
Territory, United States, are valuable trade acquisitions to
California; their mineral, agricultural and other resources place
them among the first colonies on this continent. Victoria is a
pleasantly located city of several thousand inhabitants, on Victoria Harbor, and a free port ; is the principal mart for all the
Puget Sound towns and villages, of which there are quite a
number, besides having a naval station at Esquimalt of five or
six men-of-war. Several steamers leave almost daily for New
Westminster, British Columbia, besides the steam and ship
lines of California, England and Australia, which are by no
means inconsiderable.
PACIFIC CLINICAL INFIRMARY—Surgeon, Professor Cooper.—We beg to call the attention of the public to the
gentleman above mentioned, Doctor Cooper, of San Francisco,
the celebrated Physician and Surgeon. We have had the
pleasure of a most intimate acquaintance with this gentleman
for a number of years, and therefore are enabled to speak from
a personal knowledge of his professional merits.
A number of years ago, the Doctor laid the foundation of a
Medical Institute, to be conducted on a thorough and systematic plan, to possess every requisite for the convenience and
comfort of patients, and advice and prescriptions of the very
highest order. The exertion was crowned with the most complete success, and from a humble origin, the " Pacific Clinical
Infirmary Institute," of San Francisco, is at this time, widely
as well as deservedly celebrated.
The cures which this gentleman has performed, are some of
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SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT. 3
the most difficult in the practice of medical surgery, and have
been deemed almost miraculous.
If the testimony of hundreds, who have been signally benefitted at his hands were of any avail, we could publish several
from persons of the highest position in society and of the
most unimpeachable veracity, but our limits forbid. And
when we mention that this gentleman, Dr. Cooper, is one of
the principal members and directors of the Pacific Medical
University, we feel assured that this fact alone, must convince
the minds of the most prejudiced that what we have stated can
be received with the most implicit confidence.
The Cooper Institute is pleasantly located on Mission Street,
and should there be any who, through misfortune or otherwise
should apply for medical advice and treatment in San Francisco, we cordially recommend them to Dr. Cooper, as a physician in whom they can place the utmost confidence.
We hereby append the Regular Steamship Lines of Pacific Mail Steamship Company, and California Steam
Navigation Company. Both these lines have been established in the earliest infancy of California's existence, and require little comment from us as a recommendation.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY, for New
York and New Orleans Direct, via Panama Railroad—connecting with the Steamers of the United States
Mail Steamship Company at Aspinwall.
Regular steam communication for Gardner City, (Ump-
qua River,) Eureka, (Humboldt Bay,) Crescent City, and
Port Orford, leaving immediately after the arrival of the
Atlantic Mails.
Also, for Portland, (Oregon,) Port Townsend, Olympia,
Whatcom, W. T., and Victoria, V. I.
Forbes & Babcock, Agents, corner Sacramento and Leides-
dorff Streets.
CALIFORNIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.—
Organized March 1, 1854; Capital Stock, $2,500,000; Capt.
James Whitney, Jr., President; Richard M. Jessup, Esq., Secretary.    Departures from Jackson Street Wharf, car-
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Fwrnmnm: 4 SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
RYING the United States Mails. Steamers, New World,
Antelope, Helen Henshy, J. Bragdon, and Cornelia. One of
which steamers leaves daily at four o'clock, P. M., (Sundays
excepted,) for Sacramento and Stockton, connecting with light
draft steamers for Marysville, Colusa, and Red Bluff.
Northern and Southern Lines.—Steamship Brother
Jonathan, 1360 tons, Geo. W. Staples, Commander; Steamer
Pacific, 1003 tons, C. P. Patterson, Commander; running to
Crescent City, Portland, (Oregon,) and Victoria, (V. I.) Steamship Senator, Thos. W. Seeley, Commander, running regularly to San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, San Pedro, (Los
Angeles,) and San Diego.
For particulars, apply at their office, corner Jackson and
Front Streets, San Francisco. Capt. J. Whitney, Jr., President.
Messrs. B. T. CHASE &CO.'S STEAM SAW MILLS, corner of Market and Beale Street, San Francisco, California.
The author of this work, being desirous of recommending
some extensive establishment where many branches of mechanism and industry are carried on, and which professions are not
yet introduced into our Colonies, where orders and work are
manufactured and promptly filled and at moderate prices, having had a cursory view of the following departments of these
premises, we respectfully recommend the succeeding named
occupants:
Messrs. March Bros. & Co. will attend to all orders of merchants and others who are shipping merchandise to these Colonies, of all kinds of Boxes, acccording to any given size or
measure, at moderate prices and at the shortest notice.
Mr. S. Robb carries on a Steam Sawing and Turning establishment. Builders, contractors, architects, and others, can
have their work executed with dispatch, in all its forms and
shapes, at reduced prices.
Mr. H. C. Hudson manufactures a pure article of the celebrated California Mustard, too well known on this continent to
require comments; put up in cases of all sizes, to suit purchasers, and at remarkably low prices. SAN FRANCISCO  DEPARTMENT. 5
Brewers, liquor and spirit dealers and others will find, at the
above premises, Mr. F. Graciere, manufacturing Bungs of every
description for casks, barrels, pipes, etc. We recommend his
establishment to the public.
John Mallon & Co., Class Cutters. This gentleman has
recently introduced his branch of Glass Cutting, heretofore
unknown on the Pacific coast. We have seen some of the most
beautiful specimens of artistic embellishments on glass we ever
beheld. Those building, or others requiring such work, will
do well to direct their orders forthwith to him ; he will execute
them with dispatch and promptitude.
In all, these establishments are the most complete on this continent. All branches of manufactures are principally provided
with steam and the most approved modern machinery, by
which labor is reduced, hence the exceedingly low prices they
demand for work or goods. This establishment cannot be
superceded, in any of its appointments, on this coast.
MESSRS. EELLS & CO.—A most superb collection of
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, and Sulkies, is found in their
immense warehouse, Front Street, corner of Pine, made of the
best material and highly finished in the most modern patterns.
Orders sent to them from these colonies will meet with prompt
fulfillment.
The commercial community of these colonies will be
glad to perceive that Messrs. McLane & Fowler, agents for the
principal Insurance Institutions of the U. S., will take risks
and issue policies for Marine Insurance, at a moderate per cent-
age.
We recommend them.
MR. J. R. SIMS, Oregon Street, below Front, carries on
an extensive establishment for the manufacture of Iron Shutters, Doors, Railings, Vaults, Safes, etc. He has furnished the
most prominent new buildings of Victoria and elsewhere with
his superior work. Builders, architects, and contractors will
find in Mr. Sims and his establishment, just the one who will
faithfully and at short notice execute any orders or commissions,
and at moderate charges.
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SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
Mr. J. J. LECOUNT, whose advertisement appears on the
back cover of this work, has the largest and most complete stock' of Books, Papers, Materials, Charts, Globes, Fancy
Articles, etc., on the Pacific coast. He is favorably known for
being a strict business man, and the most moderate in his terms.
He solicits orders from the trade, and we heartily recommend
him.
SILVERWARE MANUFACTORY.—We call attention
to the advertisement elsewhere of Mr. W. K. Vanderslice.
This gentleman has recently established himself on Washington Street, San Francisco, where he has exhibited to us, and
manufactured by him of pure coin, some of the finest and
most recherche specimens of mechanical art we ever beheld;
pitchers, waiters, cups, spoons, knives and forks, and an endless
number of other utensils. Jewelers and dealers generally,
should bear this in mind that they need not send to New York
for articles in his line, but should send their orders direct to
him ; his terms are very reasonable.
MESSRS. RASCHE & SON, Dealers in Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, Strings, etc. This hotise can fill any orders
at the lowest market rates. We are under manv obligations to
Mr. Henry Rasche, the author of the newly written operetta,
entitled the " New Year among the Young Folk," for an invitation to the first performance thereof. It is replete with beautiful choruses, ballads, duetts, etc., neatly arranged for piano
and string instruments, and reflects great credit upon this most
promising young author.
GROVER & BAKER'S SEWING MACHINES.—This
world-renowned and pioneer Sewing Machine Establishment,
have on hand machines which for speed, beauty, and compactness, cannot be superceded; over 35,000 are now in use. The
many improvements which this firm have effected, place their
machine far beyond all others. We are under obligation
to Mrs. Rogers, who has kindly exhibited to us specimens of
workmanship executed by these machines, also the " modus
operandi " for working them. The simplicity, the great desideratum of labor, certainly entitle Messrs. Grover & Baker, to
the greatest fame.    No family should be without one. DE*j?1o©is from
They Hem, Pell, Gather, and Embroider,
Sew from common spools of silk, cotton or thread—are extremely simple, make
very little noise, run very fast, and will sew any fabric, from the finest muslin
to heaviest cloth.   A child can become an adept in their use in a short
time, from the explicit directions accompanying each machine.
§     OVER 35,000 NOW IN USE !
The qualities of our manufacturing machines are too well-known to require comment.    For Dress-Making, Cloak-Making, Bag-Making, Tailors, etc.,
they are unequalled.
TWENTY DIFFERENT PATTERNS.
Send for a circular of Styles, Prices, etc.
MS" Machines Warranted.
R. G-. BROWN, Agent,
New building corner Montgomery and California Streets, first Store South of
California Street, San Francisco. m
SAN FRANCISCO  ADVERTISEMENTS.
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DELIVERING ALSO, FREIGHT TO
New Westminster and Fort Langley, B.C.
FIRST CLASS PACKETS, having regular and prompt
dispatch for the above ports, taking Freight and Passengers at
lowest rates. Satisfactory charters effected for shippers, having
full or part cargoes for a vessel.
GOODS FROM ABROAD received and forwarded by our
line free of commissions and storage, and insured if required.
FOR SALE and contracted for the delivery to foreign or
domestic ports, cargoes of Sawed Lumber, Spars, and Masts,
from our Saw Mill in Puget Sound, at lowest rates.
Orders from abroad solicited.
DEWAR & GEHRICKE.
Office and Wharf on East St., bet. Central Wharf and Market St., San Francisco.  10
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Between Sansome and Battery Streets,
Informs his Customers and the Public in general, that he has
opened this establishment, where he has constantly
on hand a large stock of
Stick Candies,
Almonds,
Seeds,
Drops,
Comfits, Lumps,
Mottoes, Gum Drops,
Jujube Paste, Lozenges,
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EVERY VARIETY OF CONFECTIONERY.
A thorough acquaintance with the Business, by a practice of
six years, renders him competent to guarantee his Goods.
fl^gF" Please call at No. 104 Clay Street, San
Francisco.
Orders from the country will meet with prompt attention.  12
SAN FRANCISCO  ADVERTISEMENTS.
ADWELL & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Iff
Farming, Mechanic and Mining Tools and Implements,
STEAM   ENGINES  AND   MACHINERY,
Belting, Packing and Bolting Cloth, Grist Mills and Mill Stones,
BOSTON   STEEL   CLIPPER LOW
Manny's and McCormick's Reapers, Page's Portable Saw Mills, Spencer's
Pitts' and Hall's Threshers,
OXA.IHTXiA.    B.OFS     A.IVX>     WAILS.
N. E. corner California and Battery Streets, San Francisco.
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BETWEEN CALIFORNIA AND PINE, SIGN OF THE IRON SAFE,
S-A.3ST     FRANCISCO.
Keep constantly on hand and make to order a superior article of fire and burgler-proof Safes, onrs being
the only one manufactured with wrought iron bolts and hinges and secured by'the best Powder-proof and.
Combination Locks now in use.   Also, chilled Iron Safes, impenetrable to drill or chisel.
All Safes warranted free of Dampness.   Safes Kepaired and Exchanged.
iV. J3.—Parties in possession of Safes which sweat their booTcs and papers, will find it to their advantage
to coil on us, as this can be remedied at a comparatively small expense.
ISAAC. F. JOSEPHI,
Importer and "Wholesale Dealer m
HES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
mli P©&§, Silver &&& Pkted War©,
CLOCKS,   TOOLS,   WATCH   MATERIALS,
G-l«.set©s,   Panoy  Goods,   ©to.
Marble Building, 177 Washington Street,
Sole Agent of Alexander's Watches, 33 Hatton Garden, London.        ,
Sole Agent of Albert G. Bagley's Celebrated Gold Pens, Gold and Silver
Pencils and Pen Cases.
V7«l SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS
0. L. 8HAFTEE, \
J. MO 11. SilAFTER, j
SHAFTERS, PARK & HEYDENFELDT,
itsxntp attif €mmhxs at Itato,
AND —
MfcQTOES II ADMIRALTY,
OFFICE, 10, 11, 12 and 13, MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
San Francisco, California.
METROPOLITAN HOTEL,
South-West Corner of Bush and Sansome Sts.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Messrs. ARMSTRONG & TODD, Proprietors.
This Hotel offers to transient and permanent residents, the
best and most convenient apartments.    Having been recently
refitted and improved, the entire, establishment now presents
The FIRST HOTEL on the Pacific.
It is the most central and pleasantly located House in San
Francisco, has Eeading and Billiard Saloons, and in all other
appointments complete and superb.
TABLE and REFRESHMENTS of the first order.
ARMSTRONG & TODD. 14
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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■Hp of FRONT and PINE Streets,
Are now receiving, per Clipper Ships, A GENERAL
ASSORTMENT of
BUGGIES, SULKIES, ETC.
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Oak, Ash and Hickory Lumber.
Hubs, Spokes, Fellows, Tongues,
Hickory Axles, patent and plain Iron
.^^^^^^^f^tP^ Axles, bent Poles and Shafts, silver-
^©^=r:^El\_ll ed Hub Bands, Pole Yokes, Dash
Irons, Top Trimmings, etc., to which they invite the attention
of purchasers. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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WELLS, FARGO & CO.
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CAPITAL  8 600,000.
FORWARD REGULARLY to all parts of
CALIFORNIA, Oregon, Washington Territory*
the ATLANTIC STATES and EUROPE.
DRAW  DRAFTS
On all the principal Cities and Towns of the Atlantic States ; the
Union Bank, London, and the Royal Bank, Dublin.
SHIP TREASURE, PACKAGES, Etc.,
At the lowest rates, to all parts of the world.
Make Collections, and attend to Commissions for
the Furchse of Goods.
LOUIS MCLANE,   I
GENERAL AGENT, San Francisco, Cal.
SUCCESSOR TO
SIMS   Sd   FEAZEE,    ||
Oregon Street, near Front, San Francisco
MANUFACTURERS OP
FIRE PROOF DOORS & SHUTTERS
Bank Yaults, Grating, Railing, Balconies, etc.
All orders from the Interior, Oregon and Washington Territories, Vancouver's
Island, British Columbia, or any place on the Pacific Coast, attended to with
promptness and dispatch. N. B.—Oregon Street is in front of the Custom House
north side of the United States Court Buildings. 16
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
SEED WAEEHOUSE.
( Established in 1850;)
S.  "W.   MOORE,   ■**
No. 110 California St., bet. Montgomery and Sansome
S.A-2ST   FRANCISCO.
Has for sale the most extensive variety of
,  FIELD, FLOWER,
^^^_^    AND TREE  SEEDS
IN CALIFORNIA, INCLUDING
20,000 lbs pure Alfalfa or Chile Clover Seed,
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The undersigned, from his long experience in the business,
and his extensive facilities for procuring his seed from the best
seed growers in the United States, France and England, is enabled to sell at lower prices than any other house.
The Agents of Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express are hereby authorized to act as agents for the undersigned in taking orders
for Seeds and receipting for the same.
Orders by mail also promptly attended to. A liberal discount will be made to the trade. Particular attention given to
the careful packing of Seeds for shipment Your early orders
are solicited, which shall have immediate and faithful attention.
S. W. MOOKE,
Seed "Warehouse, 110 California Street,
S3§T* Boxes of Seeds containing 100 papers for retailing, in
such assortments as desired, will be furnished.
W. B. SMITH, Agent, Victoria. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
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BUSINESS  NOTICES.
UNION IRON" WORKS.—Mr. Peter Donahue, the proprietor, commenced operations in 1849. These works are the
most extensive in the city, covering an area of seven full sized
water lots. The buildings are of the most substantial kind, all
of brick; consisting of foundry, 50 by 60 feet; one machine
shop is 40 by 80 feet, and four stories high; one machine shop,
blacksmiths' and boiler shop has just been completed, 46 by
160 feet. Within these buildings are the best tools to be found
in the State, consisting of Wentworth's massive drilling and
slotting machines, compound planers, one of Z. Coffin's superior lathes, which swings eight feet, and with the pit lathe can
turn a pully 22' feet diameter; the length of the lathe is 30
feet. One of Nasmyth's steam hammers is situated in the center of the smith's shop. In addition to the tools enumerated
above, are lathes, planers, drills and a large riveting machine.
The first castings made in this State was at this foundry. The
contract for the boilers and engines of the new side wheel
steamer Saginaw was awarded by the Hon. Secretary of the
. Navy to Mr. Donahue, being the first contract for a government steamer on the Pacific coast.
MR. S. W. MOORE, whose advertisement will be found
elsewhere, we are informed, has the largest and most complete
assortment of every known Seed. Our agriculturists and
others can send their orders direct to his agent at Victoria.
This establishment is most popularly known in California for
its promptitude, and in filling orders or commissions at the
cheapest rates, and of the freshest and best qualities of Seeds.
NATHANIEL GRAY, Esq.—Bodies sent for interment to
this gentleman, who carries on the oldest and most reliable
establishment as Undertaker, will meet with the promptest execution. He is also part owner of " Lone Mountain Cemetery."
(For terms read his card.) He has such arrangements that he
can ship bodies to the Atlantic States and Europe, for interment.    His terms are the most reasonable.
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*m&MC*m:: SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
Messrs. COFFEY & RISDON.—We take this occasion
to refer to their extensive Boiler Manufactory on Market Street.
These gentlemen are celebrated on this coast, for making the
best Boilers. Owners of steamers, or those running engines,
will find it to their advantage to consult Messrs. C. & R. for a
Boiler, which, for safety, fuel-saving and compactness, cannot
be superceded; and at moderately cheap rates.
SAFE MANUFACTORY—Messrs. AUBERLEN & CO.
—We heartily recommend this extensive establishment to our •
citizens.   They make the best improved Safes—burglar and
fire-proof—on the Pacific.    We refer to their advertisement
in this work for particulars.
PIONEER LINE OF PACKETS—Messrs. DEWAR &
GEHRICKE.—The commercial community are no doubt aware
that this line is the oldest and most extensive one, and whose
Packets leave almost weekly, at reduced rates of Freight or
Passage. Messrs. Dewar & Gehricke charter none but first-
class vessels. Those shipping Goods and Merchandise will do
well to send through them.
CALIFORNIA PIONEER BROOM MANUFACTORY.
—Elsewhere will be found the advertisement of Messrs. C. W.
& G. W. Armes, who have the most extensive Broom Manufactory on the Pacific coast. About one hundred thousand
Brooms were manufactured by them during the past year, all
of which were exported to the north-western coast, Mexico,
Sandwich Islands, and principally California. We recommend
this establishment to our merchants and traders in these Colonies. Send them your orders direct, and they will be
promptly and faithfully executed..
Messrs. CONRO & CO., formerly proprietors of the Golden Gate Mills, are the only and sole manufacturers of the well
known brand of "Fowler's Patent Self-Rising Flour." They
keep constantly a full assortment of Gallego, Haxall, Eastern
and Domestic Flour, at their immense storehouses, at current
market rates. Send your orders direct to them, 86 Front
Street. SAN FRANCISCO  DEPARTMENT.
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M. E. HUGHES, Esq., is the agent for the world-renowned
M. Phelan's Patent Model Billiard Table, 182 Montgomery
Street, we need scarcely remark that those who wish to purchase Billiard Tables, will look in vain for a better, cheaper, or
finer article than llPhelan's Patent."
Messrs. SHAFTERS, PARK & HEYDENFELDT, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, offices 10, 11,12 and 13, Montgomery Block, San Francisco. There are few legal firms on
this coast which possess greater legal acquirements than the
gentlemen who head this paragraph. Judge Heydenfeldt held
for several years the position of Supreme Judge of California.
They are also Proctors in Admiralty.
Mr. BERNHEIM, on Clay Street, keeps on hand, and manufactures Confectionery, Candies, Sugars, etc., at the cheapest
rates, of the best quality, and at the shortest notice. He fills
orders entrusted to him promptly.
Messrs. HAYES & PRITCHARD, keep on hand, and
manufacture to order, Monuments, Grave Stones and Slabs, of
every kind and shape. They are extremely moderate in their
prices, fill orders promptly, and do their work in the most artistic manner.
Mr. BELL, Assayer, California Street, near Wells, Fargo
& Co., renders returns of deposits of gold at the shortest notice.
We need not comment on this establishment, but refer our
readers to his references, elsewhere in this work, which we
know to be the very best recommendation.
Messrs. PIOCHE & BAYERQUE, draw and issue Drafts
in sums to suit the convenience of all, on the principal commercial and banking houses in Europe, Atlantic States and the
Western Continent. They also effect Loans, buy and sell Real
Estate, etc.
ISIT*Owners and Masters of vessels should send their orders
for Sails and Tarpaulins to Messrs. Harding & Linekin, whose
card appears in this work. We can recommend them for
furnishing good work at cheap rates.
gfiSJWgimi SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
Messrs. SAINSEVAIN BROS., are the recipients of a
first premium from the State and Mechanics' Fairs, for their
manufacture of the best article of Native California Wines,
from the celebrated vineyard, El Aliso, Los Angeles. They
manufacture, and have constantly on hand, Sparkling California Champagne, California White Wine, California Angelica,
California Port Wine, California Red Wine, and California
Brandy. Those in the trade, we are satisfied, cannot find a
better house to send their orders to, than Messrs. S. Brothers.
They will execute all commissions at shortest notice, and at
reasonable established prices, for their best and most celebrated
brands of enumerated wines.    Sec Card.
Messrs. MAIN & WINCHESTER have the most complete stock of Harnesses, Saddles, Bridles, Whips and other articles belonging to the Saddlery Department, on the Pacific
coast. They have been long and favorably known here. They
have also been the recipients of first premiums from the several Institutes and Fairs. They ask but a small profit over
eastern prices, and solicit orders from the dealers of these Colonies, whom we recommend to send direct to them, for articles
in their line.
PHILADELPHIA BREWERY.—This establishment furnishes, at this time, the best Beer on the Pacific coast. See
their advertisement elsewhere.
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, PICKLE AND SALT WAREHOUSE.—Messrs. Oakley & Jackson, whose advertisement
appears on another page, have been the recipients of several
diplomas and silver medals from the different Fairs and Institutes, for their celebrated Champagne Cider. We recommend
our dealers to send for this article; we know it to be good,
medicinally pure, and falls not short of the best brands of
Champagne.
LARGE BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE.—Mr. F.
Delger, whom we have known several years, keeps at this
time one of the most complete stocks of Boots and Shoes on
this coast. The trade will find him the most reasonable in his
prices.    They should send their orders direct to him. LEWIS COFFEY,
J. X. RISDOX.
( New Brick Building,)
Corner of Sansome and California Streets,
( Entrance on Sansome Street.)
I. E. STECKLER, Proprietor.
N. B.—The best Furnished Apartments for Families and Single Persons.
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SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
CALEB CAMERON.
W. FRANK WHITTIER
B. B. BENJAMIN.
1Q§ Froat Street, sear W&sMagtoa,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
IMPORTERS  AND  WHOLESALE  DEALERS  IN
OILS, PAINTS, WINDOW GLASS,
Camphene, Burning Oils and Fluid, Alcohol, Glue, Brushes,
Keep constantly on hand the best assortment of Artists' Materials
and Colors, Bronzes, Colored and Ornamental Glass, French and German Window Glass, (all sizes and qualities,) Knives, Paint Mills,
Glaziers' Diamonds, Chalks, Putty, Smalts, Shellac, Whiting, Zinc,
Paints, etc. All of which are carefully selected, of best quality, and
for sale at the lowest market rates.
Orders sent to us will meet with prompt fulfillment.
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25 COMMERCIAL STREET, One Door below Front,
Respectfully inform Dealers and others, that they manufacture
and keep constantly on hand the best brand of
OH^MPA.aisrE   CIDER,
Pare fiaegap, daliforaia Haxsed FiokI.es,
And SALT OF ALL KINDS, Ground and Unground.
All of which they offer to the Trade, at the most reasonable prices,
and at the shortest notice. Parties should send their orders direct to
their House, where they will meet with prompt dispatch.
Messrs. OAKLET & JACKSON have been engaged in the manufacture of these articles for many years, and are favorably known aU
over this Coast for their manufactured articles above mentioned. (Opposite WELLS, FARGO &» CO.)
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And No. 7 Custom House Block, Sacramento Street,
SMWS231 24
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fayalsle  xxa.  tla.©  -pjx-Axxoiip^a/l  Cities  of
FRANCE,   A ITALY,
ENGLAND, PRUSSIA,
BELGIUM, HOLLAND,
SWITZERLAND,       SPAIN,
GERMANY, etc., etc.
THEY ALSO RECEIVE, ON DEPOSIT, the smallest
sums, and for a moderate commission, remit them and cause
them to be paid—at fixed periods, monthly, quarterly or otherwise, to the families of depositors in the PRINCIPAL CITIES
of Europe
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•AND-
DEALERS IN MARBLE, FREESTONE, AND GRANITE.
GRAVE-STONES & MURAL SLABS
o:f    bveiw    varibtv,
Nos. 166 and 168 California Street,
THREE DOORS EAST OP KEARNY,
s&- All Work done at the Lowest Prices. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS,
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Cor* Second, ami Fotsowi Sts*
We take the present opportunity of thanking our friends and
customers for the liberal support heretofore extended to the PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, and to notify them that we have added to
our Establishment new and extensive Buildings, by which we hope,
through the greatly increased facilities now possessed by us, to furnish, as usual,
A Superior Article o
That shall not only equal that previously furnished by us, but convince
them that we are determined to merit their continued patronage and
support.
HARDING
HOELSCHER, ¥IELAND & CO.
Fire-Proof Building, 55 Front St.
Between Sacramento and California Streets,
Constantly on hand a full supply of BOAT ROPE, DUCK, etc SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
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WHOLESALE & RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT,
Sacramento Street, one door below Drumm,
P. S—Orders directed to us will be filled promptly,
at the lowest market prices, and the best quality of
Brooms. We have constantly on hand the largest assortment on the Pacific Coast.
fi $Iaj Street, Baa Fr a&ds@Q, (Mifsirata.
PIANO FORTES AND MELODEONS.
Sole Agents for celebrated Boston Manufactory of Messrs. Hallett,
Davies & Co.'s and Raven & Bacon's splendid Pianos. Agents for
Messrs. G-arhard & Needham's celebrated Melodeons. Also, Board-
man & Gray's celebrated Pianos.
Importers and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic SheetJMusic; Instruction Books
for all Instruments; Pure Roman Strings received by every Mail from the first
and most celebrated Manufactories. Brass Instruments of all descriptions; Violins, Guitars, Violincellos, Contra Bassos, Flutes and Clarionettes, Accordions and
Flutinas, Banjos, Cyraballs, and everything pertaining to the Musical Trade. Tour
orders are respectfully solicited.
The Trade supplied at the most reasonable terms. FROM
Their Celebrated Vineyard of "El Aliso,"
-A.T   LOS   -A.3Sra-E3L.ES.
Sparkling California Champagne,
California White Wine,
California Angelica Wine,
California Port Wine,
California Red Wine,
California Brandy.
No. 195 MONTGOMERY ST., Hentsch's Building.
I
J SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
ESTABLISHED    1859.
— or-
Gr. "W.  BELL,
(PARROTT'S IRON BUILDING,)
o r
Jifornia Street
( ONE DOOR WEST OF MONTGOMERY, )
SAN    FRANCISCO.
■♦♦»
P ORES AND MINERALS,
Of every description, ASSAYED.
Returns made at the usual rates of Commission,
WITH CORRECTNESS AND DISPATCH.
REEERBNOES:
WELLS, FARGO & CO.
PARROTT & CO.
TALLANT & WILDE.
MARK BRUMAGIM & CO.
FORBES & BABCOCK.
DICKSON, DeWOLF & CO.
B. DAVIDSON & CO.
SATHER & CHURCH.
FRETZ & RALSTON,
BANKS & BULL.
FALKNER, BELL & CO.
HAVEN & JOHNSON.
FREEMAN & CO.,
San Francisco.
D. 0. MILLS & CO.,
Sacramento. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS
TO   T3HE
VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA AND
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
The undersigned respectfully represent that they
have erected an
EXTENSIVE   ESTABLISHMENT
IFOR   THE
MANUFACTURE
OIF
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Tour attention is particularly directed to this
notice, that we are prepared to execute
any given order, and according to
SIZE,   "WEIGKEaCT   OB   COLOR,
At the shortest notice, and at a less price than
can be imported.
Merchants and others will send their orders
direct to our House, with particulars, where
we shall be happy to fulfill their commissions with promptness and dispatch.
89 & 91 CALIFORNIA ST.,
SSaiaa   O^jpsisacsasBocEis,   C^aiUo SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
W^SHI^QTOlSr  STREET,
(Opposite the Market, over Sherman's Carpet Store.)
The Trade in tbe interior are hereby apprized, that I manufacture from
PURE COIN, any orders sent to me, such as
Arnrn
Ji
ERS, BOWLS,
¥ases, Tiree&s, Waiters, Saps, It®., ptjpg
IN THE NEATEST PATTERNS, CHASED OR PLAIN—ALSO,
Table, Tea, Sugar, Mustard and Salt Spoons, Knives and Forks, Ladles, (threaded or plain) in exchange for old silver,
J±.T   IIvriPOZRTEIRS3   PBIOES.
ORDERS   PROMPTLT   FIIjIjED.
D.  NOECEOSS,
144 Sacramento Street, above Kearny,
SAN  FRANCISCO,   CALIFORNIA.
Manufacturer of REGALIAS, JEWELS, COSTUMES, FRINGES, TASSELS, BUTTONS, GIMPS, and TRIMMINGS.
EMPORIUM
Of Regalias, {for Masonic, Odd Fellows, Templars, Knights, etc.) Military, Flag, Banner, and
General Furnishing Goods. General assortment of Ladles' Dress Trimmings—Helmets, Shields,
Swords, Belts, Tents, Ballot Boxes. Balls. Children and Infants' Clothing..full assortment. Puff,
assortment of Military Goods.   Orders promptly executed at Moderate Prices.
D. NO RC ROSS, 144 Sacramento Street.
WM. BART LINO.
HENRY KIMBALL.
BARTLING & KIMBALL.
books:
pipbe mors,
-A.3srr>-
BLAME BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
No. 141 WASHINGTON STREET, (Up Stairs,)
Between Sansome and Montgomery,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Particular attention paid to the manufacture of Blank Books for Mercantile
Houses.   Every variety of Books required for Public Offices furnished
at short notice, in a manner not surpassed by any. 155 Sacramento Street, cor, of Webb,
Iron and Wood Grave Enclosures and Marble Tomb
Stones, furnished to order.
-A-X,SO,   COFFIN   TTlXH/Ll^Xl^GS.
Bodies shipped to me for Interment in the Atlantic
States or the European Continent, will be sent by me promptly
in suitable Coffins, to suit all interested, by the first conveyance, either at death or after interment. From the long experience in this branch of my profession, I am satisfied that I can
warrant satisfaction.
Bodies Interred at the "LONE MOUNTAIN CEMETERY,"
WILL BE  CHARGED ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING RATES :
Prices of Lots, etc.—Lots on Avenues, per superficial foot, 50 cts. Lots
on Paths, 334- cts.
Single Burials.—In Chain Plot, for adult, $15. Children, in Children's
Plot, $10. In Common Plot, each $5. This includes opening and filling of each
grave.
Opening and Pilling Graves in Private Lots,—For adults, $6.
For Children, $4.
Vault Charges.—For adults, per month, $3. For Children, $2. One week
free of charge to purchasers of a lot.
Bodies remaining in the vault over ten days, if not inclosed in lead, will be subject to burial at the option of the Superintendent of the grounds.
Size of Pence in Children's Plot, 3 by 6 feet; other single graves, 3 J by 1;
not to exceed 3 feet in height.
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SAN" FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
(Established in 1849,)
North-East Corner of First and Mission Streets,
S-A-UST   FBANOISCO.
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The above Establishment has been in successful operation for the last eleven
years, during which time new and extensive Buildings have been erected, and the
latest improvements added to the Works, which enable the undersigned to supply
all demands for
M-A.OMimESIt.Y   cto   OASO^ICTG-JS
Of every description, on the shortest notice, and finished in*a style of workmanship that cannot be surpassed.
STEAM ENGINES BUILT AND REPAIRED.
Quartz Mills, Saw Mills, Threshing Machines, Horse Powers,
Grist Mills, Gearing, Malt Rollers, and all kinds of Mill
Work, Steamboat Repairing, Blacksmithing, etc.
Besides the extensive assortment of Machinery Patterns, attention is
called to the new and beautiful designs for
Building Castings, Iron Fronts and Columns for Stores,
Bailings for Balconies and Stairs, Door and Window Sills, Stair Cases, etc.
**-ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
PETER DONAHUE, Proprietor. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
SANSOME ST. bet. CLAY and COMMERCIAL,
IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS in
Of the NEWEST and MOST APPROVED PATTERNS,
which, they will sell at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
ALSO-
W^MfcPSI
Coal Hods, Sifters, Pokers, Planished & Japan Ware
of every description, Sad Irons, Spoons, Knives and
Forks, Tea and Coffee Pots, Furnace Lamps, etc.
They also MANUFACTURE TO  ORDER,
Stove Pipe, Zinc and Copper Ware, etc.
Keep constantly on hand, Sheet Iron, Copper, Zinc, Block Tin, Pig
Lead, Wire of every description, and everything pertaining to the Trade.
J3@~ They defy the World to produce better PARLOR
or COOKING STOVES that those which they keep on hand, and
which will be warranted to give the best satisfaction.
Those living in Interior Towns are especially invited to call
3*
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SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
W
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Awarded by the Mechanics1 Institute, 1858,
 EOR	
SA.ISTTA.   CEUZ  LIME.
ALSO, DEALER IN
EMfNI, PUtafeK, hAIK, MAhBLfc UU8
FIRE CLAY AND BRICK,  ETC.
42 Battery Street, bet. California & Pine,
J5©*- All orders promptly filled. SAM'L ADAMS.
Billiard Table Manufactory.
MICHAEL PHELAIST3
JM KUKllfe l
HI    uJ o ^^JdS'^L^tia CJ
— AND —
If J^M JjjKIl
m
PAIEIT COMBIHATIOM CUSHIONS.
Wholesale and Retail, at New York Prices.
Workmanship and Trimmings of every kind, Warranted.
M.  E.   ECUaHES,
•A-OBN-T   FOR   -A.LL   FHCBL-A-JST'S   PATTERNS,
No. 182 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Caution.—Phelan's Patent cannot be procured from any other person iu California, Oregon, "Washington Territory, Vancouver's Island or British Columbia. SAN* FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
35
UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC.
MEDICAL   DEPARTMENT.
PACTTIiTT.
J. MOBISOT7, M. D«,.,Professor of Pathology, and of the Principles and Practice of Medicine
ISAAC BOWEIiL,  M. D Professor of Chemistry
B. BEVEBIiY COLE, M. D Professor of Physiology and of Obstetrics and Diseases of
Women and Children.
33. S. COOPER, M.D. Pro/essor of Anatomy and Surgery
B. B. CABMAN, M. D Professor of Materia Medica
Hon. GEOBGE BARSTOW .Professor of MedicalJurisprudence
ANNOUNCEMENT OF LECTURES, Session of 1860.
The next Regular Course of Lectures in this Institution will commence on the
first Monday in May. 1860, and be continued eighteen weeks.
REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS.—The examinations wttl he so arranged as to permit the
commencement forccraferring degrees, to be held early in September.
The candidate must be of good moral character, and at least twenty-one years of age.
He must have attended two full courses of lectures in some regular and recognized medical school, one
of which shall have been in this college, and he must exhibit his tickets, or other sufficient evidence thereof, to the Dean of the Faculty'. He must have studied medicine for not less than three years, and have attended at least one course of clinical instruction in an institution approved by the Faculty. He must present
to the Dean of the Faculty a thesis or dissertation upon some medical subject, in bis own handwriting, and
of his own composition ; and.exhibit to the Faculty, at his examination, satisfactory evidence of his professional attainments.
I£ after examination for a degree, the candidate, on ballot, shall be found to have received three negative
votes, he shall he entitled to another examination—should he decline this, he may withdraw his thesis
and gi-aduation fee, and not be considered as rejected.
The degree will not be conferred upon any candidate who absents himself from the public commencement, without the special permission of the Faculty.
FEES>—The fee to each Professor Is twenty dollars, payable in advance.- The Matriculation fee is five-
dollars—to lie paid but once.   The graduation fee is fifty dollars.
SPRING, OR PRELIMINARY COURSE.—The Faculty, with a view of increasing the facilities for
medical instruction without additional cost to the student, will deliver annually a gratuitous preliminary
course of lectures upon subjects of importance, commencing on the first of April, and continuing till the
commencement of the regular course.
JKgp Letters must be addressed to R. Bevert Cole, M. D., Dean of theJFaculty, office No. 228 Washington Street, above Dupont, San Francisco, Cal.
!«
9
No. 125 MONTGOMERY STREET,
(Over Tucker's Jewelry Store,) SAN FRANCISCO.
All work done at his office will be in the best manner and of
the purest material.    The best of references given.
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SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
FIRST PRES¥iaUI
SHIP BREAD AND CRACKER
i
■A.3STXJ
FLOUR   STORE,
31 Sacramento Street, bet. Front & Davis,
DEETH & STARR,
MANTTFACTUBEKS   OF
MiFj ilABij
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Butter, Boston, Pilot, Milk, Wine, Sugar, Soda, Navy, Water, Picnic
and Graham Crackers, fresh Baked every day.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OP
HJI 193%
*9
English & American
WILLOW WARE,
Cane & Willow Chairs,
Ladies' Work-Stands
Children's Carriages,
HOBBY HORSES, TOYS, &C.
FIRST PREMIUM
Awarded at the California STATE
FAIBS 1858 and 1859, and the Mechanic's Institute, of this City.
No. 92 Battery Street, between Commercial & Clay,
WM. THURNAUER,
HENRY ZINN. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS
Hucks & Lambert's
Celebrated Patent Anti-Friction
DC
WSW1;
This extraordinary lubricating Compound is produced by a
chemical combination of suitable oily substances, purified by
distillation, and carefully freed from the resinous or pitchy
matter, which attaches to all Oils more or less, in their unrefined or natural state.
In operation, the patent greese "works free from comb or gum,
keeping the heaviest bearings in a soft oily state to the last, and
as its consistency is not altered by exposure to the hottest sun
or coldest frost, (its liquifying point being 200 degrees,) it follows that on axles which have a tendency to become hot, from
too heavy abrasion, &c, the Anti-friction will adhere to, and
keep them cool, when other substances would run off and become dry, thus the evil known as
f win
MUM13C war   wnsjcat&aia)
is, by its use, effectually prevented.
The proprietors will guarantee one application of their Patent Greese to carry the heaviest loaded teams from 300 to 500
miles, without requiring to be re-greased on the road.
HUCKS & LAMBERT
INVENTORS   AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS,
Wa^tonaa  Street JSaxx  Francisco.
N. B.—Samples may be obtained at tbe
Depot, 101 Jackson Street, San Francisco,
and at one or more of the principal Stores in every Minin
Town throughout the State. 38
SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
C. MAIN. E. H. WINCHESTER,
MAIN & WINCHESTER,
MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS of
itiiiili   ikHd-¥feiii wm
Bridles, Whips, Collars, Saddlery ¥are,
ETC-   BTO.
82 Battery Street, bet. Commercial & Sacramento,
Good Assortment Concord Stage Harness constantly on hand.
FIRST PREMIUM Awarded MAIN & WINCHESTER
by the Mechanics' Institute, 1857 and 1858, and also by the
Fair at Stockton, 1857, for the
Best Ladies' Saddle, best Texas Ranger and California Saddle, and for best Buggy Harness and Riding Bridles.
JO^ ^sEiss mLm ^GS* JUS
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
75 and 77 CALIFORNIA STREET,
Corner Battery, (Up-Stairs,) SAN FEANOISCO.
KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OP
Gents', Ladies', Misses' k Children's Boots, Shoes k Rubbers
RECEIVED  BY EVERY STEAMER,
A LARGE STOCK ©F I©©1! 1 & SHORS
FROM THE
Houses of J. MILES & SON,  Philadelphia, Pa.
D. R. KING & CO. do.
LEONARD BENKERT, do.
C. BENKERT, do.
P. CONRAD, do.
Also, the best Assortment of Eastern Goods always on hand. SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
39
IMPORTERS AND  JOBBERS OE
AT THE LOWEST  MARKET  PRICES.
REAPERS AND COMBINED MACHINES,
OE ALL THE VARIOUS STYLES.
THE  CELEBRATED  NEW YORK REAPER,
Cutting from 6& to 1$ feet Swath.
PITT'S THRESHERS, HALL'S THRESHERS, ETC.
STEEL  AND   CAST  PLOWS,
Of aU Sizes and Styles, for sale by CASE or RETAIL.
^&~ Farmers and Dealers will find it to their interest to call and see the subscribers, at their Agricultural Warerooms.
w.VSS.} JOHN D. ARTHUR & SON,
Nos. 3, 4 & 5 Washington Street, between Front and Davis,
SAN  FRANCISCO,   CALIFORNIA.
an
[H^TO
^»?&g>%u*«JhVgy&A,^^  Sap' %E$ya>     ^S.^aaek\
BEING  THE
fflTH THE RECEIVED against all competitors.
Cor. Montgomery and Sacramento Sts., San Francisco.
Having again received the FIRST PREMIUM awarded at the
STATE FAIR for the
BEST AMBROTYPES and PHOTOGRAPHS,
it is guaranteed that all who favor me with a call are snre to obtain
better work than can be produced at any other Rooms in the State.
I would say to my patrons that I am now producing better work than
ever, at much REDUCED PRICES, to conform to the times.
Having reduced my prices more than thirty per cent, none hereafter
need go to second-rate establishments on account of price.
Instructions given in the Art, and STOCK FURNISHED. Having over $20,000 wortli of Cameras, Glass Plates, Cases and Chemicals," on hand and on the way, I shall hereafter dispose of them at
about NEW YORK PRICES. 40
SAN" FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
MARINE INSURANCE NOTICE.
©&OT2PTO ITOW&&ITO® A«BW<OT
3VCoXj3E3^^.3NT   «Ss  JPOXXttjOETE*.,  Agents,
Office, N.E. corner CLAY and BATTEBY Sts., San Francisco.
We are now prepared to take Marine Risks on Treasure, Cargo, Quicksilver and
Freights, between San Francisco and Ports in China, Japan, Sandwich Islands,
East Indies, Australia, Europe, and Coastwise, under Open Policies in the COLUMBIAN" INSUBANCE COMPANY of New York, (Assets
oyer $1,000,000), also in the NEPTUNE INSUBANCE CO. of New-
York, (Capital, $300,000)—under conditions and rates of premium as favorable
to the insured as in the other New York Offices.
We continue to take Marine Risks to and from all parts of the World, on Hulls,
■Cargoes, Freights and Specie, in the QUAKEB CITY INSUBANCE
CO., NEPTUNE INSUBANCE CO,, and WASHINGTON
INSUBANCE CO., Philadelphia, for which Companies we issue Policies, and for whom we are empowered to settle and pay all losses HERE, whether
total or partial.
McLEAN & FOWLER, Agents,
E. McLEAET J. FOWLEB O. T. HOPKINS.
Time Policies by the month or year.   Open Policies on Merchandise and Treasure.
ASHIM & BBO., San Francisco SOL'N ASHIM & CO., New York.
.A.    C A. R D.
The Undersigned, having established
.A.   HOUSE   I3ST   USTE^W   YORK,
which will receive the personal attention of our Mr. SOL'N"
ASHIM, would respectfully inform the Public that they are
now prepared to execute all Commissions entrusted to their
care, on the most reasonable terms, and from their long establishment in this City, and their thorough knowledge of the
markets, flatter themselves they are fully capable of giving
entire satisfaction to those who may favor them with orders;
at the same time they will continue their
AUCTION and COMMISSION BUSINESS,
and solicit Consignments, upon which they will make the
MOST LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES.
N. E. Corner of Sacramento and Leidesdorff Sts SAN" FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
41
-A-hstid
GLASS WARE.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
The Largest and best Assorted Stock of STAPLE
GOODS to be found on the Pacific Coast!
CONSISTING OF
EWERS and BASINS,
PRESERVE DISHES,
CREAM PITCHERS,
SYRUP PITCHERS,
TOBACCO JARS,
TUMBLERS, X      CANDY JARS,
COFFEE CUPS,        1       SUGAR BOWLS,
DECANTERS,      0mk     MEAT DISHES,
PLATES \SHP       GOBLETS, etc.
vis—ss*
LAMPS of every description,
For Burning Oil, Camphene, Fluid, and COAL OIL.
  ALSO 	
JMMBBSh <&IIt2E£rTCr&» Wl«^
Of the celebrated Jerome Manufacture, and of every
style and pattern—Marine, Weight, Striking, Alarm.
§9gf~ Particular attention given to the Packing of goods for
All parts of the Country and Coast.
HAYNES  Sd  LAWTON,
128 Sansome Street, cor. of Merchant St.
iMvmw^
"#*** - ESTABLISHED 1855.
Bush Street, between Mason and Taylor,
S-AIST    FRANCISCO.
This College offers great facilities for acquiring a thorough
Education in the
Classics, Mathematics, Modern Languages,
AND ALL BRANCHES OP A
The efficiency of the system has already been tested by the
high position some of the pupils educated here have taken in
tbe principal Colleges of the Eastern States and elsewhere.
|5gr" For Terms, etc., see Prospectus, which will be sent
on application to any part of the Continent.
IPROIFESSOIRS-
Rev. J. CHITTENDEN Principal
(Late of Cambridge, England, and London Universities.)
A. S. LOWNDES Latin and Greek Languages
(Late of Oxford University.)
H. DUPOUEY French, Spanish and Natural Sciences
(Late of University of France.)
J. DUPOUEY French, Italian and Mathematics
( Late of University of France.)
F. LAFOND German and the Mercantile Department
(Late of Collegium Carolinnm, Brunswick.)
A. CHITTENDEN English Elementary Department
All the Teachers assist in the common branches of the English
Department.
H. EASCHE Piano and Musical Composition
W. H. FAXON Vocal Music SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
43
THE BEST PLACE TO GET YOUR PRSTIFIG DONE,
IS AT THE
^mrft mtd Juli flrktraij (SDjjfce,
So. $19 Saasome Street, m$ F?&aoisco.
EVERYTHING THAT ANYBODY WANTS,
In the above line, executed in a style that cannot fail to please.
deTwTayee
Would respectfully inform the afflicted that he is making use of ELECTRICITY and MAGNETISM in the treatment of all CHRONIC
DISEASES, with great success. Many forms of Rheumatism and
Neuralgia are entirely relieved by these agents alone. All Acute and
Infiamatory Diseases, also all Diseases of Women treated.
S7V.  .A.-STDEKE*.,  3VE.  DO.
Office, 135 Sacramento Street, San Francisco.
M. M. BALDWIN
ROBERT JOSEPHI.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
CALIFORNIA JEWELRY
— AND —
&    TO   ¥  W  M
£»&«j
Importers of and Dealers in
$B WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JIWELRY,
CHAINS,   SILVER  WARE,
AND EVERYTHING APPERTAINING TO THE ABOVE LINE.
 ALSO	
mm AMTB for tU AKMSBIGAN WAT0E <£©.
The Oldest House in the business on the Pacific Coast.
No. 171 Washington Street, up-stairs, San Francisco.
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'&$t> SAN FRANCISCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
on Steamship Line!
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ATLANTIC & PACIFIC
kv ir ife mi I
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Carrying the GREAT UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE FASTEST AM) MOST RELIABLE ROUTE,
OOlSriSTEOTIl^rGt-
Via PANAMA RAILROAD at Aspinwall,
FOR
NEW YORK, HAVANA & NEW ORLEANS.
iSlT' The "Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Company" is the
ONLY LINE having Extra Steamships at Aspinwall.
Rates of Passage, Freight and Treasure, greatly Reduced.
Do not be deceived by Runners or others designating
themselves as the "Mail Line," but apply at the only
Office in San Francisco,
S. E. Corner of Sacramento and Leidesdorff Streets.
J. T. WRIGHT, Agent. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
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Departure of the "United States Mails from San Francisco,
To Sacramento daily, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
To Stockton daily, at 8 o'clock, A. M.
To San Jose daily, at 8 o'clock, A. M.
To Petaluma daily, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
To Atlantic States, 5th and 20th of each month.
To St. Louis and Memphis, Overland, every Monday and Friday, at 12 o'clock, noon.
To San Diego, on 3d and 18th of each month.
To Oregon and Washington Territory, and Yancouver's Island,
immediately after the arrival of Atlantic mails.
RATES OP IT. S. POSTAGE.
Letters i ounce in weight, to any part of the United States, within 3,000 miles,
3 cents; over 3,000 miles, 10 cents, and must be prepaid or they will not be sent.
Letters dropped for delivery from the same office, 1 cent, and advertised letters
1 cent.
Letters to Canada, New Brunswick, Cape Breton, Prince Edwards Island, Nova
Scotia, and New Poundland, 15 cents. To Great Britain and Ireland 29 cents, if
not exceeding i ounce, prepayment optional.
Letters to Cuba, British West Indies, Chagres, and Panama, 20 cents; Mexico
10 cents; Spain, via Southampton, 78 cents; Portugal 68 cents. Postage must
be prepaid.
Letters to Norway, 46 cents; Sweden, 42 cents; Denmark, 35 cents; Russia;
31 cents; Austria and Prussia, 30 cents; Italy, 35 cents; Switzerland and the
German States, 30; France, 15 cents per £ ounce.
All letters to and from foreign countries, (France and the British North American Provinces excepted,) are to be charged with single rate of postage, if not exceeding \ an ounce in weight; double rate if exceeding Jan ounce, and not exceeding 1 ounce; quadruple rate if exceeding 1 ounce, but not exceeding 2 ounces,
—and soon, charging two rates for every ounce or fractional part oi an ounce over
the first ounce.
Ship letters to Sandwich Islands, China, Australia, etc. etc., one cent each.
On either a letter, or packet, of any weight to foreign countries, the whole postage or none at all should be prepaid. If anything less than the whole is prepaid,
no account is taken of it, and it is entirely lost to the sender.
Valuable letters will be registered at the office of mailing on the application of
the person posting the same and the payment of a registration fee of five cents.
Newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circulars, or other article of printed matter
(except books,) when sent to any part of the United States, and not weighing over
3 ounces, 1 cent, and for every additional ounce, or part thereof, 1 cent. If within the State and not weighing over 1 i ounce, half the above rates. Books, bound
or unbound, not weighing over 4 pounds, for any distance under 3,000 miles, 1
cent per ounce; over 3,000, 2 cents per ounce. The above must be prepaid, or
double these rates will be charged,
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SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT;
Newspapers sent to England and France 2 cents each; pamphlets and periodicals, to England, 2 cents each, if not weighing over 2 ounces, and 4 cents an ounce
or fraction of an ounce, if they exceed 2 ounces. Pamphlets and periodicals to
France 1 cent per ounce. Pre-payment required, this being the United States postage only. Newspapers, or pamphlets, etc., should not be inclosed in a wrapper,
but simply a narrow band of paper, otherwise letter postage will be charged.
BUSINESS   NOTICES.
THE WORLD RENOWNED STOVES.—Messrs. Koh-
ler & Bros., we are happy to say, have exhibited to us their
late improvements in Stoves, of their own manufacture, which
surpass all others either in beauty, fuel-saving, or other advantages. We are compelled to recommend this establishment,
since every article is made from the best material, and of the
latest style and improvements. We understand, also, that their
charges for the same are cheaper than those of other dealers.
The trade should send their orders direct to them, as they will
execute commissions promptly. They can defy the world to produce a better Cooking or Parlor Stove.    See their card elsewhere.
METROPOLITAN" HOTEL.—We call attention to the
advertisement elsewhere, of the Metropolitan Hotel. The
traveling community as well as permanent residents cannot be
better accommodated than at this favorite resort. The rooms
are spacious, airy, and neatly furnished, and the proprietors
are well established in the reputation that they furnish their
culinary department with the best the market affords. The
Hotel is most eligibly situated near the principal business district.
WM. SCHMOLZ, Esq.—Facing the title page of this work
will be seen the card of this gentleman. We have known him
long since, on this coast, for making and keeping the best Instruments for Surveyors and Engineers. He is the author of
a very concise and useful work recently published by him.
He has also invented many new Instruments for Surveying and
Engineering. He does repairing at moderate prices, and warrants his work. Our Surveyors should bear this in mind, send
to him direct for anything they may want, and we are satisfied
they will not only be suited but pleased. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
47
SAN FRANCISCO COLLEGE.—This celebrated Institute
has been established since the year 1855, and is under the supervision of the Rev. J. Chittenden, late of Cambridge and
London Universities. Parents and guardians will look in vain
for a better School where children of all ages and sexes can receive a liberal education. The higher branches of Mathematics,
Philosophy, Modern and Ancient Languages and Music, are
successfully taught by eminent Professors. The terms, we find,
are very reasonable. The Institute is most pleasantly situated
on Bush street, near Taylor, and is provided with Gymnastics
and Sport or Play grounds.
Messrs. BALD WENT & JOSEPHL—Jewelers and Watchmakers, and others in that trade, will find it greatly to their
advantage to send their orders direct to this the oldest established House on the Pacific. The best and cheapest Home and
Foreign Manufactured Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, etc., can
at all times be found here. We have been shown by the proprietors one of the costliest and most superb selections of American made Watches, for which this Firm are the Sole Agents
on this Coast. Their Manufactory for making the best Jewelry
is widely and favorably known, having a Lapidary and an
Enameling Furnace attached thereto. We cannot recommend
a better House.
A most complete stock of Crockery and Glassware,
Lamps, Plated and China Ware, will be found at Messrs.
Haynes & Lawton, Sansome Street. We can recommend no
house on the Pacific coast, where the trade could be better
suited, or where orders could be executed at shorter notice,
cheaper races, or with better articles. .
Mr. SAM'L ADAMS keeps constantly on hand an excellent article of Santa Cruz Lime. Builders, architects and contractors should send their orders direct to him. See his advertisement elsewhere.
Messrs. J. D. ARTHUR & SON, whose card appears elsewhere in this work, keep on hand the largest and most complete stock of Agricultural Implements on this coast, which
they offer at reduced prices. mi
48
SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
ftSlT' We call especial attention to the advertisement elsewhere of Messrs. Cameron, Whittier & Co., who have the most
complete stock of Paints, Oils, Glass, and Painter's utensils of
the best, cheapest and most desirable quality on this coast.
The trade should send their orders direct to them. They will
fill orders promptly, and at the lowest market prices.
Messrs. THURNAUER & ZINN, whose advertisement
appears in this work, keep, at this time, and receive from
Europe and the Atlantic States, one of the most select and
superb stocks of Willow Ware we ever beheld.
ttSir" Those visiting California, who may be suffering from
bad teeth, or wish dental operations performed, should by all
means consult Dr. Burbank. We know him personally to
be one of the best and most skillful Surgical Dentists.
.Messrs. HUCKS & LAMBERT.—We are pleased to recommend this Firm for manufacturing an unsurpassed article of
Axle Grease. We were shown the mysteries of the modus
operandi, by Mr. Hucks, who, by the way, is an excellent
chemist—from all we can learn this article stands without a
rival. The firing of wheels need not be feared, while their
Grease is used.
"COMMERCIAL STEAM PRINTING OFFICE."—We
cannot more appropriately conclude our remarks on the various business enterprises of San Francisco, than by calling the
attention of our readers to this extensive Printing Establishment, the largest and most complete in all its departments, on
the Pacific Coast. To the gentlemanly proprietors, Messrs.
Valentine & Co., we are indebted for many kind attentions
shown us during the progress of this work through the press.
The neat and artistic appearance of these pages is principally
due to their taste and judgment. Those of our patrons in want
of anything in the printing line, from an address card to a mammoth poster, cannot do better than to call at No. 129 Sansome
Street, near Washington, where they will be sure of being
suited, both as regards quality and price. Orders from the
Interior, or from these Colonies, will receive prompt attention. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
Mr. A. KOHLER carries on three of the most extensive
Musical Instruments, Toy and Fancy Goods Establishments on
this Coast. He solicits orders from Dealers, which, we are
satisfied, he can fill at very reasonable prices.
HgUr5 We call attention to the advertisement of Messrs.
FISH & CO., who are the favorably known proprietors of the
Black Hawk Livery and Sale Stables. Those wishing a good
horse should not fail to call on them. We know of no better
place where they can be suited.
Mr. WIGMORE, on California cor. Leidesdorff Street, manu-
actures, at reasonable prices and of the best materials, Office
Furniture, Show Cases, Desks, Bureaus, Law and Library
Cases, etc. Those requiring articles of this kind should send
their orders direct to his establishment.
Mr. GEO. STEAD, who is now making extensive arrangements in England and elsewhere for procuring the best Sawsr
Files, etc., and wbo has the best stock now on hand on this
Coast, respectfully calls attention to his advertisement in this
book; page 82, (Victoria Department).
Messrs. GRAY & HERWIG, Music Dealers, are at all
times receiving the best Strings, and the latest Publications
of Music. They have removed recently to Dr. Rabes Build-
in?:.    Mr. Gray is late of England.
1SOO
C3-E3STTJHSTB
TOBEY & AHDEBSON'l
PEORIA ViiSiipMiiiiii
*1
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
They are adapted to all kinds of aofl antl
in size run from a No. 5, to cut 10 inches,
to a heavy 20 inch Breaking Plow.
Also. 100 McCormick's, Celebrated Combined Reapers aDd Mowers; together with a general
assortment of Agricultural Implements and Hardware/which will be sold at prices to suit the times.
-A__    B.    SOUTH-WORTH,
44 BATTERY STREET, between California and Pine, San Erancisoo.
4#
egfigssai SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT
66
99
§>
NO. 133   CALIFORNIA  STREET,
Fine Qualities of Imported Wines, Liquors, Cordials, &c.
-A.T   WHOLESALE.
®-a.:jme:£»IjE32S
■-   -   -   12 1-2.
Strangers \isitiug San Francisco, will find the Liquors at the " Sample Rooms," of the very
best quality.
J",  a?.  JOISTES, Agent.
Messrs. SCHAEFFER & SUTLIFF.—We take pleasure
in recommending this extensive Cigar Manufacturing and IV
bacco Warehouse, to the trade and consumers. We have
tried and tasted their home manufactured Cigars, and find them
excellent; indeed, there is no difference between the best imported and their home made article, either in flavor or taste-^-
and yet a saving of 50 per cent, is offered to purchasers. See
their advertisement, page 81 Victoria Department. INDEX TO VICTORIA DEPARTMENT.
Auctioneers—
J. A. McCrea ,.  89
P. M. Backus 11  89
Seliin Franklin & Co  52
Assayer—
Marchand, Jr. & Co  45
Architects and Builders—
John Wright  43
E. Mallandaine; also Copyist  50, 71
Xhomas Trounce i  83
Armory—Guns—
G. Huston  49
Bankers—
F. W. Wood, Bank British North America 84
McDonald* Co  72
Barbers and Bathing—
Edwards & Fox >  40
Builders and Bricklayers—
C. Vereydhen 70
Wm. Rowland  42
R. Lewis  43
Blacksmith—G. CI. Capron  44
Books and Stationery—
Hibben & Carswell    2
W. F. Herre  72
Boots, Shoes, dbc.—
Webster & Co i    8
Clothiei—
H. M. Cohen  41
Commission Merchants and Storage—*
Robertson, Stewart & Co  28
Dickson, Campbell & Co....  43
D. Jacobi  44
A. R. Green & Co  83
Janion & Green    5
F. J. de St. Ours  48
Reid& McDonald  62
Cigars, Tobacco and Fruits—i
A. Sutro  79
Philip Lewis 42
Dry Goods, Clothing, die.—
Koshland Bro 48
N. Moore & Co  71
Abraham Lewis  42
K. Gambit/.    7
Haas & Rosenfeld    6
Sporborg & Co.  78
A. Hoffman    4
Druggists, Chemists, die.—
Langley Bro  50
Wm. Zelner.    3
Curtis & Moore back cover
Express, Exchange, dbc.—
C. C. Pendergast, [W. F. & Co] 49
Furniture, dec.—
C. J. Pidwell  47
Pierce & Seymour 79
First Victoria Directory—Title Page    9
Groceries and Provisions—
Morris & Co  45
T.Phelan  49
Wm. B. Smith  52
Lester & Gibbs  79
General Directory of Citizens—
Beginning 25 to 89
Hotels, Souses and Restaurants  56
Bayley's Hotel  23
Colonial Hotel  43
Temperance Hotel »  44
Union Hotel    5
Royal Hotel  cover, 1
Hardware, Stoves, die.—
James Bell  23
J. S. Drummond  43
M. Prag  50
A. Blackman.. s  71
Illustrations of Prominent Buildings*—till of
which were drawn by E. Mallandaine.—
British Bank of North America  84
Samuel Price & Co  84
Hibben & Carswell    2
A. Hoffman    4
K. Gambitz     7
D. Green    3
J. D. Cusheon, Union Hotel    5
Webster* Co    3
Royal Hotel, James Wilcox  cover
Curtis & Moore back cover
Haas & Rosenfeld    6
Sporborg & Co  78
Jewelers, de.—
E. Yineberg & Staples  40
Merchants—
Samuel Price & Co  84
Samuel Price & Co., Steamers  24
Markets.—
Harris & Co., Queen's  83
Geo. Risely, Rose Cottage 52
Official JJistg and Proclamations—'
Official List V. 1  63, 54
"       "   B. C  57,58
"     Proclamation, Pre-emption. 68, 59, 60
" " Bench Digging... 60,61
"     Rates of Postage  62
"     Table of Distances  63,64
"     List of Voters, V. 1  66,70
Publishers' Copyright—
Dnprint Commercial Printing Presses  10
Prefatory Remarks.  11, 22
Public Institutions  54, 55
Restaurant—
Washington. 51
Schools  55
E. Mallandaine 22
Saloons—
The Phoenix 40
Lelaire & Eckstein 41
Waddington Street Saloon  42
Francois Fabre 72
Marshall Scott & Co., New Westminster... 72 KftTI
52
•FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
Soda Works and Syrups—                                 I Tailors and Drapers—
Phillips A Co  71        A. J. Brunn	
upi
Louis Hautier.
Solicitor—
G. I. Wight....
Salt Spring Island Store—
J.Begg	
n
46
41
Steamers—
Brit. Steamers—Sam'l Price & Co  24
Miza Anderson  80
A. (I il mi ire.
Variety StorS--
J. P. Freeman & Co.
Wines and Liquors—
Wbv. H. Oliver  46
J. ©.Carroll  61
Thog; Pattrick  78
Whan
INDEX TO SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT.
Agency, etc., W. Chapin  11
McLane & Fowler  -  40
Attorneys and Counsellors, Shatters, Park
& Heydenfeldt 13
Assayer, G. W..Bell  28
Axle Grease. Hucks & Lambert  37
Ambrotype, It. II. Vance  39
Agricultural Implements, J. D. Arthur &
Sons  89
Business Notices 5, 6, 17, 20, 46, 48, 49
Bankers, Wells, Fargo & Co., Louis McLane 15
Piocho & Bayerque  24
Boiler Makers, Coffey & .Risdon  21
Broom Makers, C. W. & G. W. Armes  26
Blankets, etc, Heynemann, Pick & Co  29
Books,, etc., J. J. Lecount,.first cover    1
Bookbinders, Hurtling & Kimball.  30
Biscuit <£■ Crackers, Deeth, & Starr  36
California Steam Navigation Company.  S, 4
Cabinet.Maker, John Wigmore  53
Coffee, G. Venard  62
Champagne Cider. Oakley & Jackson:  22
Candies, M. Rernheim  10
Com. Merchants,Dickson, Campbell* Co  83
Asliim Brothers    40
Samuel Price & Co. inside cover  55
Dickson, DeWoIf &Co. (Vict, dept.) 83
Commercial Printing Presses  45
Cigar. Makers, Shaeffer A.SntBff,- (Vic. dep.) 81
Crockery .etc, Haynes & Lawton. 41
Dry Goods, S. Reinhart & Bro  23
Dentist, Dr. Burbank  35
Departure of Mails....  45, 46
Express, WeUs, Fargo & Cb  15
Flour Dealers, J. D. Conro & Co     9
Harness, Main & Winchester  38
Hotels, Metropolitan. Armstrong & Todd  13
German House, Jacob Schleicher  11
Hardware, Treadwell & Co  12
Jewelry, Isaac S. Joseph!  12
Baldwin & Josephi  43
45,
82
84
14
8
26
60
84
41
46
-4
!• -
2, 3
Livery Stable, Black Hawk....	
Lime. Samuel Adams...	
Music, Rasche 4 Sons	
A. Kohler, (Victoria Dept.)	
Gray &  Hervrfg	
S.Rosa	
Phelan's Patent, M. E. Hughes	
Mails, J. T. Wright, Opposition Line...
Departures and Postage regulations.
Marble Works, Hayes & Pitchard	
Our Commerce with California	
Oils, etc.. Cameron, Whittier & Co	
Pacific Clinical Infirmary; Dr. Cooper
Pacific Mail Steamship Company  a
Plows, A. B. Southworth  49
Phila. Brewery, Heelscher, Wieland * Co... 26
Postage Regulations, Victoria Department... 62
"           "        San* Francisco Dep^t  46
Packet Line, Dewar & Gehrlcke  8
Philosophical JjwfcjWm,-Sohmo]z.(VicJDep.) 8
Regalia, D. Norcross  80
Saw Mid, T. B. Chase & Co  4, 5
Sewing Machines, Grover * Baker  7
Seed Warehouse, S. W. Moore  16
Sail Makers, Harding * Linekin  26
Shutter Maker, John It. Sims..  15
Safe Makers, Auberlen £ Co.......  12
Saws and Files, George Stead. (Vic. dept.... 82
Silversmith) W. K. Vandersrice  80
Steckler's Exchange, £ A Steckler  21
Stoves, etc., Kohler Bro  33
Saloon. J. T. Jones  50
Spars, Masts, etc., Sam'l Price & Co  55
Sin Francisco College  42
University of the Pacific  85
Onion Iron Works, P. Donahue  32
Undertaker, Nathaniel Gray  81
Wagons, etc* R. 8. Bella * Co  14
Wines, Sainsevain Bros  27
WiUcw Ware, Thuraauer & Zinn.  86
B It It .A. T A.
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
Page
VI0T0EIA DEPARTMENT.
30 For Gosset, Capt. W. DriscoU, Postmaster, Gov't St, read Gosset Qapt. W. Dris-
■■■coR, -Treasurer B. C.', Windsor Lodge.
31 For Barron, Thos. W. read Berron,
Thos. It'
81 For Iroine John, read frvihe John.
82 For Lebland oi Co., read Leblond <(■ Co.
36 For King. Attorney, read King, Barrister at Law.
86 For Shcbrpser. A. £ E„ read Shirpser
H. <6D.
Page 37 For Southgate James John, read South-
gate Joseph Johnson.
Page 38 For Vinaberg Everett, Tales St., read
Vaenbergt E. H., Jeweler. Tales St.
Page 88 For Wrightj S. J., read Wight, G. I.
Page 48 For F. J. St. Ottr; in advertisement, rthd
Felix J. de St. Ours.
SAN FBANCI8C0 DEPARTMENT.
Page 3 Read Richard Jtssup, Jr~ Vice l*rcsi-
aent, and Wm. Moms, Secretary.
Page 12 For Isaac F. Josephi, read Isaac Si Josephi. FIRST VICTORIA DIRECTORY.
53
M&~ " Last, though not Least."—It gives us pleasure to,
state that the average amount of Gold Dust shipped from
Vancouver Island and British" Columbia was $150,000 per
month for the year 1859.
JOHN WIGMORE,!
■»♦ •>
2sK^3STTJFj&>.C}TTTJTlttR    OiF1
Show Cases, Office and Library Furniture,
Made to Order, also Dealer in
MAHOGANY, BLACK WALNUT, SPANISH CEDAR, ETC.
Every description of Veneers and Cabinet Mouldings.
123 C-AXjXFORCTXA STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
»<
•
COFFEE AND SPICE MILLS.
Factory established in 1851.
KEARNY STREET, CORNER OF  SETTER.
The rapidly increasing sale, and high esteem in which the PUKE produce of this
Factory is held by consumers, have excited
the cupidity of unprincipled counterfeiters;
and his packages heing still imitated, the
undersigned again cautions the public against
said fraud, and begs them to notice that all
packages of Coffee coming from the factory
Dear his name stamped on them, and that, until further notice, packages of ONE POUND
are and will be put up in Yellow Glazed Paper.
Constantly'on hand and for sale whole-
gale or retail, all kinds of Whole Coffee, as
well as every description of Spices, all of superior quality.
5*
G-.  "VElSr^.ItlD- r
THIS AETIOLE
MBUC,
Offered to the Public under
Some High Sounding Name,
But it is simply no more nor less than
ITS NAME INDICATES,
A remedy, a simple one, perhaps for
G0D6HS OR COLDS
SOEE THEOAT, BRONCHITIS,
}
Or other affections of the Throat or Lungs.
SOLD   BY
WTL3LIA.M:
JER,
Government St., between Yates and Johnson, Victoria.
ERCHAIT STREET
Manufactured at No. 70 Merchant street, San Francisco, by
WILLIAM NEWELL
OB  SSSEsaSC
m^m^m^^fo^
isjv
SOUTHEATE&
1 Commission attir Sii
UIIO
Wharf  Street,
VANCOUVER'S   ISLAND. &iJ&.     

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