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THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAK OF PUBLICATION. 



THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC, 



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FOR THE YEAR 

1884, 

BEING LEAP YEAR. 

CONTAINING FULL AND AUTHENTIC COMMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, ASTRONOMICAL, 
DEPARTMENTAL, ECCLESIASTICAL, EDUCATIONAL, FINANCIAL, AND 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 

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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC 



FOR THE YEAR 1884. 



HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &c. 




JANUARY. 


MARCI 


Agriculture is the foundation of manufactures, since 
the productions of nature are the materials of art. : 
GIBBON. 


Beware of carelessness ; 
long ; you are on the high n 
think yourself rich enough 


Dl 

, 
i 


Every step of life shows how much caution is 
required. GOETHE. 


The worst part of bad 
worse. Du. VINKT. 


ict 


1 T \Clreumdsion. 

2W\ 


1 

2 


S St. David. 

S QUADRAOKSIMA SUNDAY. 


3T 


8 


M 




4F 


4 


1 




5 S 


b 


W, 




6 S EPIPHANY. 
7 M St. Distaff s Day. 
8T | 


6 

7 
S 


T 
F S7. I u-petua. 
S Hon. S. Smith, Admir 


ial 


Q W 


9 


8 2M> SUNDAY IN LENT. 




10 T 


10 


M Prince of Wales married 


11 F 


11 


T 




1S Sir Charles Ba CT ot Governor General 1842 


12 


W St. Gregory. 




13 S IST SUNDAY AFI ER EPIPHANY. . 


13 


T 




14 M 


14 


P 




1ST 
16 W 


16 


-j :{RD SUNDAY IN LENT. 




17 T \St. Anthony. 


17 


M ,SV Patrick. 




18 F >St. Prisca. 


lb 


r 




19 S 


19 


W!St. Joseph. 




20 S 2ND SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. St. Fabinn. 


20 


r 




21 M St Agnes. 


21 


F St. Benedict. 




2-2 T St. Vincent. 
J:i W 


22 
23 


S 
S 4Tii SUNDAY IN LENT. 




24 T 


2< 


M 




25 F Conv nofSt. Paul, Sir F. B. Head, Lt.-Gov. 1836 


25 


T Annunciation of the 


h 


26 S i 


2b 


W 




27 S SRD SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. 


27 


T 




28 M 


28 


F 




29 T 


21 


S 




30 \V 


30 


S "ITH SUNDAY IN LENT. 




31 T iEarl of Elgin. Governor-General 1847 


31 M 




FEBRUARY. 


APRI 


True bravery is shown by performing without wit 
nesses what one might be capable of doing before all 
tin; world. LA ROCHEFOUCAULD. 


If you cannot frame your ( 
.nice with your wishes, frame 
with your circumstances. EF 


Economy is half the battle of life ; it is not so hard 
to earn money as to spend it well. SPURGEON. 


In idleness there is perpf 


t;i 


1 


F .St. Bridget. 


1 


IT 






2 


S Purification of the Virgin Mary. 


9 


W 






3 


S 4TH SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. St. Blaise. 


: 


T 






4 


If 


4 


F 


<t. J-mbrost. 




5 


T St. Agatha. 





S 


Canada discovered . 






6 


W 


< 


S 


?ALM SUNDAY. 




7 


r 


1 


M 






8 


F 


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9 


s 


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W 






10 


S SEPTUAOESIMA SUNDAY. 


! ibiT 






H 


M 1 Lord Sydenham Governor of Canada 1840 


lllF 






12 


T 


12 S 






13 


W 


138 


EASTKR SUNDAY. 




14 


T St. Valentine. 


14 M 






16 


F 


16 T 






16 


S 


16 W 






17 


S SlCXAOESIMA SUSDAT. 


17T 






18 


M 


18 F 






19 


T 


188 


St. Mphtgt. 




20 


W St. Mildred. 


20 S 


Low SUNDAY. 




21 


T 


21 M 






22 


F 


22 T 






23 


S 


23 W 


St. George. 




24 
25 


S QuiNQUAOKSfMA. SUNDAY. St. Matthias. 
M 


24 T 
25 F 


Earl Catheart, Govei 
St. Marie. 


DO 


26 


T Shrove Tuaday. 


26 S 






2: 


\V Ash Wedntiday. First day of Lent. 


27 S 


2ND SUNDAY AFTER E 


AS 




T 


28 M 






29 


F 


29.T 










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1863 



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MONTHLY REGISTER. 



[1884. 



HOLTDAY8, KEMAKKABLE EVENTS, &o. 



MAY. 


JULY. 




True fortitude I take to be the quiet possession of a 
man s self, and an undisturbed doing his duty, what 
ever evil besets or danger lies in his way. LOCKE. 


Despotism can no more exist in a nation, until the 
liberty of the press be destroyed, than the night can 
happen before the sun is set. COLTEN 




11 
2 I 


1 St. Philip and St. James 


c 


T Dominion Day. Confederation of Canada . 1867 




3 > 


i Invention of the Cross. 


j 


T 




4 
61 


3 3RD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. St. Monica. 
1 


4 


F Declaration of American Independence 1776 

S 




61 




i 


S J4TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 




7 \ 

81 


V 




7 
8 


M Col. Simcoe, Lieut. -Governor 1792 






9 f 





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W 




10 S 




10 


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5 4TH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. 


11 


F 




13 & 


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12 


3 




131 




13 


S 5TH SUNDAY A.FTE TRINITY. 




14 V 




14 


M 




151 




15 


T St. Surithin. 




16 F 




16 


W 




17 S 




17 


P 




18 


ROGATION SUNDAY. 


18 






19 v 


. St. Dunstan. 


19 






20 T 
21 fl 





20|S 6iH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Marqaret. 
21 M 




22 T 
23 F 


Ascension Day. John Wilson, Administrator 1816 


22 
23 


1 St. Mary Magdalene. 




24 S 


Queen Victoria born 1819 


24 


1 Canada discovered by Cartier 1534 




25 S 


IST SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION. 


251 


? St. James. 




26 SI 




26 S 1 


\ \St. Anne. 




27 T 
28 \\ 


Venerable Bede. 


27 { 

28 J 


3 "TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Joseph of Arim. 

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29 T 




29 1 


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30 F 




30 1 






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311 


! 




JUNE. 


AUGUST. 




In literature our taste will be discovered by that 
which we give, and our judgment by that which we 
withhold. COLTEN. 


Neglected calumny soon expires ; show that you 
are hurt, and you give it the appearance of truth. 
TACITUS. 




The sure way to be cheated is to fancy ourselves 
more cunning than others. LA ROCHEFOUCAULD. 


I owe everything in the world to being always a 
quarter of an hour beforehand. LORD NELSON. 




IS 
2M 


WHIT SUNDAY. 
Whit Monday. 


IfF 
2S 


Lammas Day. 




3T 




36 


STH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 




4 W 




4 A] 






5T 


St. Boniface. 


5|T 






6 F 

7 S 




6 fl 


Transfiguration. 




8S 


TRINITY SUNDAY. 


7T 

S F 


Sieur .\i. du Quesne, Governor of Canada .. 1752 




9M 




9S 






10 T 
11 \V 


St. Barnabas. 


10 S 
11 M 


9TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Lawrence. 




12 T 




1 2 T 






13 F 

14 S 


St. Anthony. 


13 \\ 
14 T 


Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lient. -Governor .. 1818 




15 S 
16 M 


1ST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 


15 F 
16 S 


Assumption. 




17 T 

18 W 


St. Allan. 
Earl of Dalhousie, Governor 1820 


17 S 

18 M 


IOTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 




19 T 




19T 






20 F 


Accession of Queen Victoria 1837 








21 S 


"jongest Day. 


21 T 






22 S 


2ND SUNDAY AFTKR TRINITY. 


22 F 






23 M 

24 T 
OK ry 


St. John Baptist. 


23 S 
24 S 


ITH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Bartholomew. 




6<J W 

26 T 




25 M 

26 T 


Francis Gore, Lieut.-Governor 1806 






27 F 

28 S 
29 S 
30 M 


Queen Victoria crowned . . 1838 


27 W 
28 T 

29 F 
SO S 


St. A Kffustine, Bishop of Hippo. 
Beheading of John the Baptist. 




^RD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Peter. 
P. E. [rvine, President of Canada 1756 


i 




31 S 


2TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 





1884.] 



MONTHLY REGISTER. 



5 



HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &o. 



SEPTEMBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


All the crimes on earth do not destroy so many of 
the human race, nor alienate so much property, as 
drunkenness. LORD BACON. 

Praise undeserved is satire in disguise. BRO AD 
HD RST. 


It is the motive alone that gives real value to the 
actions of men, and disinterestedness puts the cap to 
it. LA BRUYERE. 

Opportunity, sooner or later, conies to all who work 
and wish. LORD STANLEY. 


1 

2 
3 

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5 

6 

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8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
18 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


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A 
T 
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S 

B 
M 

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1 
1 

3 
M 
T 


St. Giles. 
Marquis de Beauharnois, Gov. of Canada . . 1726 

13Tii SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Enurchus. 
Nativity of the Virgin Mary. 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 



; 

9 
10 
11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


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All Saints Day. 
21ST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Winijrede. 

Sir J Colborne Lieut -Governor U. C 1828 


22ND SUNDAY AFTEE TRINITY. 
Martinmas. 
St. Brice. 

St. Machutus. 
23RD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Hugh. 

St. Cecilia. 
24TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Clement. 




UTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Holy Cross. 

.St. Editha. 
St. Lambert. 

15TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Matthew. 

Sieur de Courcelles, Governor of Canada . . 1665 
Guy Carleton, Lt.-Gov. and Com.-in-Chief . 1766 

St. Cyprian. 

16TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Michael and all Angels. 
St. Jerome. 


ADVENT SUNDAY. St. Andrew. 


OCTOBER. 


DECEMBER. 


There is something harder to bear than the reverses 
of fortune ; it is the ingratitude of man. NAPOLEON I. 

Reputation is often got without merit, and lost 
without deserving. SHAKESPEARE. 


The love of reading enables a man to exchange the 
wearisome hours of life, which come to every one, for 
hours of delight. MONTESQUIEU. 
Learn to say No ! and it will be of more use to you 
than to be able to read Latin. SPURGEON. 


1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
* 
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13 
11 

12 
13 
114 
15 
16 
17 
IS 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
M 
27 
28 
29 
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P 


St. Remigius. 

17TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

i <. Faith. 

St. Denys. Sieur de la Barre, Governor . . 1682 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
1 
i. 
13 
14 
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16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
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29 
30 
31 


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3 
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St. Nicholas. 
2ND SUNDAY IN ADVENT. St.*" Ambrose, 
Conception of the Virgin Mary. 

9J. Lucy. 
3RD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. 


18TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

St. Luke. 
19TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

Sir J. H. Craig Governor-General 1807 


4TH SUNDAY IN ADVENT. St. Thomas. 
Shortest Day. 

C?irintmas Day. 
St. Stephen. 
St. John the Evangelist. 
IST SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. Innocents Day. 

St. Sylvester. 


20TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Simon and St. Jude. 

All Hallow s Eve. 



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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

MADE EXPRESSLY FOR THIS PUBLICATION AT THE MAGNETIC OBSERVATORY IN TORONTO, 

FOR THE YEAR 1884. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Golden Number. 

Epact . 

Solar Cycle 



Dominical Letters F.E. 

Roman Indiction .. ... . .. l2 

Julian Period . $597 



Epochs. 



The year 5645 of the Jewish Era begins Sept. 20 . . 1884 
The year 1302 of the Mahometan Bra begins on 
October 21 1884 



The 48th of Queen Victoria s Reign begins June 20, 1884 
The 18th of the Dominion of Canada begins July 1, 1884 
The 109th of the Indep. of the U. 8. begins July 4, 1884 



Fixed and Movable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



Ash Wednesday Feb. 27 

St David March 1 

St. Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday April 13 

St. George April 23 

Holy Thursday May 22 



Birth of Queen Victoria May 

Whitsunday June 

Midsummer Day June 

Dominion Day July 

Michaelmas Day Sept. 

Birth of Prince of Wales Nov. 

St Andrew Nov. 



24 
1 

24 
1 

29 

9 

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Explanation of the Articles in the Calendar. 

The pages are calculated for Toronto and Quebec, and for ordinary purposes will serve with sufficient accuracy 
for every city in the Dominion of Canada. 

MOON S PHASES. This Table gives the times for the two meridians wheu the Moon passes the geocentric longitudes 
of 0, 9ij, 180, and 270 east of the sua. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance from the earth. 

TWILIGHT. In this Table are given the times at which twilight begins in the morning and ends in the evening, 
i. ., the times when the Sun s centre is 18 below the horizon. 

GREATEST ELONGATION OP THE POLE STAR.- This column gives the greatest aaimuth of the Pole Star east or west 
from the meridian as observed at a place in latitude 45 ; \ When the greatest elongation corresponding to any othe r 
latitude is required, the number given in the column should be corrected by means of the following Table. 



Latitude 42 


43 


44 


45 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50* 




3 43" 


1 55" 


00" 


+ 2 1" 


+ 4 8" 


+ 6 22" 


+ 8 44" 


+11 14" 


2nd Correction for each minute j 
of latitude | + 1".7 


+ 1".8 


+ 1".9 


+ 2".0 


+ 2".l 


+ 2". 2 


+ 2". 4 


-t- 2" 5 


4- 2". 6 





















The 1st correction for the degrees of Htitude is to be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar 
or added to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or greater than 45. 

The 2nd correction, which is always additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of the 
Table by the number of minutes in the latitude. 

Thus for latitude 43 20 .. .1st correction = 3 43" 2nd correction + 1 . 8 X 20 + 36" 

" " 47 40 ... " " = + 4 8" " " +2.2 X 40 = + 1 28" 

" " 45 10 ... " " =+0 0" " " +2.0 X 10 = + 20" 

THE PLANETS. The*times of rising and setting of the five chief planets are calculated for Toronto, and are 
Corrected for refraction. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of Toronto, will serve 
.tpproximately for the whole of Canada. The meridian zenith distances, being designed merely to aid in finding ;he 
planets, have been given only to ihe nearest tenth of a degree, as seen from the latitude of 45 C . 

The times of the SUN S RISING AND SETTING are given for the upper limb, and are corrected for refraction for 
Toronto and Quebec. 

The civil times both for the rising and setting of the Moon s centre are given for every clay for Toronto and Quebec. 

When in the column headed MOON S RISING OR SETTING, the letters A. M. occur, unaccompanied by any number, 
they denote that the numbers given for the succeeding days relate to the morning, and those for the preceding 
days to the afternoon, and that the Moon does not rise or set (as the ease may be) on that day. 

The column, SUN ON MERIDIAN, gives the time that a watch should show when the shadow of a sun dial is OB 
the noon mark. 

MOON S AGE. This column shows to the nearest tenth of a day the Moon s age at Toronto, noon. 

The MOON S MERIDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree for a point in latitude 45 
and longitude 4h. 46m. W.. They are not corrected for parallax or refraction. 

The column, UPPER TRANSIT OP POLE STAR, shows for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star makei 
its upper transit across the meridian of longitude 4h. 4tim. W. It passes the meridian in the morning from April 
10 to October 10. It passes the meridian twice on October 10 : and in the afternoon during the rest of the year. 

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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



The time at which the lower transit of the Pole Star occurs may be found by adding llh. 58m. 2s. to the time of 
the preceding upper transit. 

The six last columns will serve with sufficient accuracy for the whole of Canada. 

From the time of the upper transit of the Pole Star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern 
elongation, by adding or subtracting the constants given in the annexed Table. 



Latitude 



Constant 

Difference for 10 of latitude. 



42 C 43 

m s h m s h 

5416 5 54 6 5 

-1.7J -1.8 



44 45 46 47 

mshmshmshms 
53 55 5 53 44 5 53 33 5 5321 
1.8 1.8, 2.0| 2.0 



48" 49 50 

h m sih.m s!h m s 

5 53 95 52 57 5 52 44 

2.0 2.2 



Star Table. 

From the times of the upper transit of the Fold Star may be derived, with the aid of the following Table, the times of 
culmination, and of the rising and setting of the principal fixed stars, us seen from the parallel of 45 north latitude. 

To ascertain when any star found in the following Table will be on the meridian, add the number in the left-hand 
column of figures to the preceding meridian transit of the pole star given in the calendar. To find the time of rising 
of a star, subtract the number opposite to it in the right-hand column of figures from the time of its meridian passage. 
For the setting of a star, add the sitne number :o the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked (....) revolve 
in a circle ofpsrpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45. 



NAME OF STAR. 



a Androme Jse ... , 
y Pegasi (Algenib) . 

a Cassiopeise 

<3 Ceti 

8 Arietis . 



a 



Arietis 

a Ceti 

a Persei 

a Tauri (Mdebaran) 

a Aurigff (Capella) 

pj Orionu (Rigel) 

3 Tauri 

S Orionis , 

e Orionis 

a Colunbse 

a Orioais . . 

a Cans Majoris (Sirius) . . 

e Caiis Majoris 

a 2 Geninorum (Castor). . . . 
a Caiis Minoris (Procyon) 
3 Geminorum (Pollux). . . . 

a H r dr?e 

a Leonis (Regulus) 

y ueonis 



On 

Meridi n 


Rises 
and Sets 


NAME OP STAR. 


On 
Meridi n 


Rises 

and Sets 


h ... 
22 43 


h m 

8 10 


a UrssB Majoris . ... 


h m 
9 39 


h m 


22 47 


6 59 


|3 Leonis 


10 25 


7 2 


23 14 




13 Corvi 


11 10 


4 20 
- i,\> 


23 18 


4 40 


a Virginis (Spica) 


12 1 


5 16 


32 


7 25 


n Ursse Maioris . . 


12 25 




44 


7 39 




a Bootis (Arcturus) 


12 52 


7 23 


1 40 


6 13 


3 Ursse Minoris 


13 33 




2 






13 5- 


5 23 


3 13 


7 7 


a Coronse Borealis 


14 11 


8 2 


3 51 




a Serpentis 


14 20 


6 26 


3 5 2 


5 25 


$ Scorpii 


14 40 


4 36 


4 2 


8 10 


a Scorpii (Antares) 


15 4 


4 2 


4 9 


5 57 


o Herculis 


15 51 


6 59 


4 13 


5 54 


/3 Draconis 


16 9 




4 19 


3 9 


y Draconis 


16 35 




4 32 


6 2!) 


a Lvrie (Vega) .... 


17 14 


9 31 


5 23 


4 50 


a Aquilse (Altair) 


18 26 


6 33 


5 37 
" 


8 46 


a Cvgni 


19 18 


11 38 


6 10 


8 34 


a Cephei .... . 


19 56 




6 16 


6 21 


j3 Aquarii 


20 6 


5 34 


6 21 


8 9 


a Aquarii 


20 40 


5 55 


8 4 

8 45 


5 26 
6 50 


a Piscis Aust. (Fomalhaut) .... 
a Pegasi 


21 32 
21 39 


3 36 

7 


8 56 


7 26 









Table 

Sliowing the Illuminated Portions "f the Discs of Venus and Mars. 



1884. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1884. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


January ... 15. 


883 


0.986 


July . . 15. 


0.004 


0.919 


February .. 14. 
March 15. 
April 15. 


0.814 
0.721 
593 


0.991 
0.940 
904 


August 15. 
September 15. 
October . 15. 


0.249 
0.473 

0.622 


0.938 

0.956 
0.971 


May 15. 


0.425 


896 




0.738 


0.984 


June 15. 


0.177 


0.904 


December .. 15. 


0.826 


0.993 



Eclipses. 

In the year 1884 there will be three eclipses of the Sun and two of the Moon. 
I. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, March 26, 1884. Invisible in Canada. 
II. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, April 10th, 1884. Partly visible in Canada. 

TORONTO. 
h. m. 

25 .1 a.m. 
35 .0 a.m. 

[7] 



First contact with Penumbra, April 1 Oth 3 

First contact with Shadow " 4 



QCBEEC. 

h. m. 

3 57 .8 a.m. 

& 07 .7 a.m. 



8 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



[1884. 



irfoon sets eclipsed. Magnitude of the Eclipse (Moon s diameter = 1) 1-431. The first contact with the Shade 
for direct image occurs at 94 from the northernmost point of the Moon s limb towards the Kast. 
III. A partial Eclipseof the Sun, April 2oth, 1884. Invisible in Canada. 

IV. A total Eclipse of the Moon, October 4th, 1884. Only partially visible in Canada, the Moon rising eclipt 

TORONTO. QUEBEC. 

h. w. h. m. 

5 31 

6 03 -4 



Beginning of total Phase, Oct. 4th Invisible. 

End of total Phase 5 307 



Last contact with Shadow 

Last contact with the Penumbra 



31 

29 



04 -0 
02 "4 



Magnitude of the Eclipse (Moon s diameter = 1) 1-525. The first contact with the Shadow occurs at 83 from the 
northernmost point of the Moon s limb towards the East. The last contact 118 a towards the West, in each case for 
direct image. 

V. A partial Eclipse of the Sun, October 18th, 1884. Invisible in Canada, except in British Columbia and Alberta 
The Satellites of Jupiter are invisible from July 8th until September 5th, Jupiter being too near the Sun. 



TABLE SHOWING THE AVERAGES OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[From observations at the Toronto Observatory.] 





Barometer, 
average of 
41 years. 


Temperature, 
average of 
42 years. 


Resultant 
direction of 
Wind 33 years. 


Resultant velo 
city of Wind 
33 years. 


!>>i g 
w ^ 3 

*5 
Il 
= 

* ?r 
^ o a 


Amount of 
Ruin, average 
ol 41,42 years. 


Days of Rain, 

average ot 
41, 42 years. 


Amount of 
Suow, average 
ot 39 years. 


Days of Snow 
aveiage of 
41 years. 


o . 

!! 

3< 

-O 

35 

II 




^5" 

eO 

SPi 

i> x 

4, a, 

< o 


Clouded Sky, 
average of 
29 years. 




in. 
29.6503 


22.87 


N.79 W. 


miles. 
3.32 


mt/e*. 

8.79 


in. 
1.161 


4.81 


in. 
16.43 


14.07 


in. 

2.807 


11.35 


0.74 




.6315 


22.77 


N. 62 W. 


3.28 


9.23 


0.885 


4.14 


17.46 


12.:^ 


2.831 


12.26 


.70 




.5994 


29.19 


N. 54 W. 


3.54 


9.60 


1.559 


6.43 


13.49 


10.57 


2. 90S 


13. 5(5 


.63 




.5840 


40.88 


N. 25 W. 


2.25 


8.78 


2.332 


9.79 


2.30 


3.64 


2.562 


16.22 


.60 


May 


.5778 


52.13 


N. 17 W. 


1.64 


7.18 


3.077 


12.03 


0.15 


0.36 


3.092 


17.83 


.55 




.5692 


61.90 


N. 62 W. 


0.82 


5.71 


2.851 


11.79 






2.S51 


17.83 


.52 


J u ly 


.5891 


67.71 


N 79 W. 


0.90 


5.46 


3.165 


10.88 






3.165 


L8.09 


.50 




.6198 


66.50 


\. 62 W. 


0.88 


5.69 


2.843 


10.86 






2.843 


9.22 


.48 




.6629 


58.48 


V. 54 W. 


1.22 


6.12 


3.477 


11.65 






3.477 


18.35 


.51 




.6643 


46.18 


V. 60 W 


1.99 


6.78 


2.412 


1.2.74 


0.72 


1.88 


2.484 


15.38 


.62 




.6181 


35.96 


V. 78 W. 


2.76 


8.23 


2.799 


9.98 


4.47 


7.60 


3.246 


1!.42 


.75 




.6484 


25.86 


N. 76 W. 


3.55 


9.17 


1.541 


5.98 


14.90 


14.00 


3.031 


1..02 


.76 




























Year 


29.6179 


44.20 


NT. 60 W. 


2.01 


7.56 


28.105 


111. OS 


69.92 


64.48 


35.097 


184. i3 


0.61 





























Magnetic Observatory, Toronto. 

Latitude, 43.39 .4 North. Longitude, 79.23 .2 West, or 5 hours, 17 minutes, 33 seconds slow of Greenwich Time 
Elevation above Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Approximate Elevation above the Sea, 350 feet. 



THE YEAR. 



The length of the year is strictly expressed by the space 
of time required for the revolution of the earth round the 
sun namely, 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, 49 seconds, 
and 7 tenths of a second, for to such a nicety has this time 
been ascertained. But for convenience in reckoning, it 
has been found necessary to make the year terminate with 
a day instead of a fraction of one, lumping the fractions 
together so as to make up a day among themselves. 
About forty-five years before Christ. Julius Caesar, having, 
by the help of Sosigenes, an Alexandrian philosopher, 
come to a tolerably clear understanding of the length of 
the year, decreed that every fourth year should be held 
to consist of 366 days, for the purpose of absorbing the 
odd hours. The arrangement he dictated was a rather 
clumsy one. A day in February, the sixth before the 
calends of March (sextiiis), was to be repeated in that 
fourth year ; and each fourth year was thus to be bissex 
tile. It was as if we were to reckon the 03rd of February 
twice over. Seeing that, in reality, a day every fourth 
year is too much by 11 minutes, 10 seconds, and 3 tenths 
of a second, it inevitably followed that the beginning of 
the year moved onward ahead of the point at whiehit was 
in the days of Cassar ; in other words,; he natural^ ma 
fell behind the reckoning From the time of the Council 
of Nice, in 325, when the vernal equinox fell correctly on 
the 21st of March, Pope Gregory found in 1582 that there 
had teen an over-reckoning to the extent of ten days, and 



now the vernal equinox fell on the llth of March. To 
correct the past error, he decreed that the 5th of Octo>er 
that year should be reckoned as the 15th, and, to kep 
the year right in future, the overplus being 18 hours, 7 
minutes and 10 seconds in a centur.v, he ordered th.t 
every eenturial year that could not be divided by 4 (170, 
1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, &e.) should notbe bissextile, as t 
otherwise would be ; thus, in short, dropping the extr, 
day three times every four hundred years. The Gregorian 
style, as it was called, readily obtained sway in Catholic, 
but not in Protestant countries. It was not adopted in 
Britain till the year 1752, by which time the discrepancy 
between the Julian and Gregorian periods amounted to 
eleven days. An Act of Parliament was passed, dictating 
that the 3rd of September that year should be reckoned 
the 14th, and that three of every four of the centurial 
years should, as in Pope Gregory s arrangement, not be 
bissextile or leap-years. It has consequently arisen 1800 
not having been a leap-year that the new and old styles 
now differ by twelve days, our h rst of January being equi 
valent to the 13th old style. In Russia alone, of all Chris- 
tu n countries, ist he old style still retained ; wherefore it 
bs comea nacsssaryf if one -nrritingi at hat country to any 

foreign correspondent, to set down his date thus : 



.- , 26th September 

March, or ; 

7th October 



or, it may be, 



28th December. 1870 
9th Juuu;, 1871 






[8] 



Second Winter Month. ] JANUARY, 1884. 



9 



MOON S PHASES. 


p 
H 




TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


UAYS. | 


Twilight beging or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLS STAR. 


) First Quarter. 
() Full Moon 


5 

21 
27 
28 
9 

2! 


4 Tl 

4 IRpm 
10 10am 
06am 
11 44pm 

noon. 
6 00am 


h m 
4 Gl pm 
10 43ain 
39am 

17am 
noon. 
6 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Bog. 

A.M. 


End. 
7.11. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P M. 


($ Last Quarter 
9 New Moon < 
(T Perigee 


1 

11 

21 


h m 
5 50 
5 50 
5 47 


h m 
6 17 
6 26 
6 37 


h m 
5 55 
5 54 
5 50 


h m 
6 12 
6 22 
6 33 


16 18 
16 18 
16 17 


15 32 
16 16 
14 48 


o / // 

1 18 14 
1 18 14 
1 18 15 


/ // 

1 50 39 
1 50 39 
1 50 39 


(T Aooo ee . 





The Planets. 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


JANUARY IST. 


JANUARY llTH. 


JANUARY 21s r. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
916a 
736/7 
602? 

11 00 v 


h m 
1 52 P 
2 59 a 
1 56 a 

5 12a 


h m 
628? 
10 17 a 
9 25 a 
4 52 a 
11 20 a 


o 

65.4 

27.0 
24.7 
25.1 
43.6 


h m 
9 10a 

1 Zip 
1021 


h m 
208/> 
2 12a 
051 a 
844;/ 
4 33 a 


h m 
656/- 
9340 
8 21 a 
411 a 
11 41 a 


61.9 
26.0 
24.4 
26.0 
43.5 


h m 
900o 
5 47/> 
430/> 

941p 


h m 
212p 
1 21 a 
006 a 

3 53 a 


h m 
1 23p 
8 49 a 
7 38 a 
3 20 a 
10 01 a 


57.6 
25.0 
24.1 
26.0 
43.5 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus .. 



NOTB. In the above Table a signifies A.M. and p P.M. 



Day of M. 


Day of 
Week. 


i 

> 

3 
>> 

n 

a 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SCN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 
Meridian. 



Age 
Noon 


Upper 
Transit of 
Pole Star. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








h m 


A m 


A m 


h m 


h m 


A m 


h m 


A m 


o / // 


h m s 


days 


h m t 


1 


Tuesday. 


1 


7 34 


4 34 


9 13 


8 12 


7 46 


4 22 


9 17 


8 06 


S23 01 01 


12 03 44 


3.2 


6 32 45 


2 


Vednes... 


2 


7 34 


t 35 


9 46 


9 18 


7 46 


4 23 


9 48 


9 15 


22 55 52 


12 04 12 


4.2 


6 28 49 


3 


Tuursd y 


3 


7 34 


4 36 


10 16 


10 26 


7 46 


4 24 


10 17 


10 25 


22 50 15 


12 04 40 


5.2 


6 24 52 


4 


tf 

Friday .. 


4 


7 34 


4 37 


10 46 


11 33 


7 46 


4 25 


10 46 


11 34 


22 44 07 


12 05 08 


6.2 


6 20 55 


5 


** 

Saturday 


5 


7 34 


4. 37 


11 18 


a.m 


7 45 


4 26 


11 20 


a.m. 


22 37 36 


12 05 34 


7.2 


6 16 58 


6 


3UNDT 


6 


7 34 


4 38 


11 56 


43 


7 45 


4 27 


11 50 


46 


22 30 39 


12 06 01 


8.2 


6 13 01 


7 


VIoaday . 


7 


7 33 


4 39 


pm33 


1 53 


7 45 


4 28 


pm26 


1 57 


22 23 14 


12 06 27 


9.2 


6 09 04 


8 


Tuesday 


8 


7 33 


4 41 


1 17 


3 03 


7 4514 29 


1 08 


3 10 


22 15 24 


12 06 53 


10.2 


6 05 07 


9 


vVednes... 


9 


7 33 


4 42 


2 08 


4 12 


7 44 


4 30 


1 68 


4 20 


22 07 27 


12 07 18 


11.2 


6 01 10 


10 


Thursd y 


10 


7 33 


4 43 


3 07 


5 17 


7 44 


4 31 


2 56 


5 26 


21 58 23 


12 07 43 


12.2 


5 57 13 


11 


Friday... 


11 


7 32 


4 44 


4 10 


6 16 


7 44 


4 32 


4 00 


6 25 


21 49 14 


12 08 07 


13.2 


5 53 16 


12 


Saturday 


12 


7 32 


4 45 


5 18 


7 07 


7 43 


4 34 


5 09 


7 14 


21 39 40 


12 08 30 


14.2 


6 49 19 


13 


SUND Y 


13 


7 32 


t 46 


6 24 


7 52 


7 43 


4 35 


6 18 


7 68 


21 29 41 


12 08 53 


15.2 


5 45 22 


14 


Monday 


14 


7 31 


4 47 


7 33 


8 29 


7 43 


4 36 


7 28 


8 33 


21 19 16 


12 09 15 


16.2 


5 41 25 


15 


Tuesday 


15 


7 31 


4 48 


8 37 


9 01 


7 42 


4 37 


8 34 


9 04 


21 08 27 


12 09 36 


17.1! 


5 37 28 


10 


VVednes... 


16 


7 30 


4 49 


9 40 


9 31 


7 41 


1 39 


9 39 


9 32 


20 57 13 


12 09 57 


18.2 


5 33 31 


17 


Thursd y 


17 


7 29 


4 51 


10 42 


10 00 


7 40 


4 41 


10 43 


10 00 


20 45 36 


12 10 17 


19.2 


6 29 34 


18 


Friday ... 


18 


7 29 


4 52 


11 41 


10 26 


7 40 


4 42 


11 43 


10 23 


20 33 35 


12 10 36 


20. 2 


5 25 37 


19 


Saturday 


19 


7 28 


4 53 


a.m. 


10 56 


7 39 


4 44 


am. 


10 51 


20 21 10 


12 10 55 


21.2 


5 21 40 


20 


SUNUT 


20 


7 284 55 


40 


11 25 


7 38 


4 45 


44 


11 18 


20 08 21 


12 11 13 


22 2 


5 17 43 


21 


VIonday . 


21 


7274 56 


1 37 


11 58 


7 37 


4 46 


1 43 


11 50 


19 55 11 


12 11 30 


23.2 


5 13 48 


22 


Tuesday. 


22 


7 2(54 57 


2 31 


pm34 


7 36 


4 48 


2 41 


om 26 


19 41 38 


12 11 47 


24 2 


5 09 61 


23 


\Vednes... 


23 


7 2(54 59 


3 27 


1 17 


7 35 


4 49 


3 35 


1 06 


19 27 43 


12 12 03 


25.2 


5 05 54 


24 


Taursd y 


24 


7 255 00 


4 19 


2 05 


7 34 


4 50 


4 28 


1 54 


19 13 26 


12 12 18 


26.2 


5 01 57 


25 


Friday ... 


25 


7 245 01 


5 08 


2 57 


7 33 


4 52 


5 17 


2 46 


18 5fi 48 


12 12 32 


27.2 


4 58 00 


20 


Saturday 


26 


7 235 03 


5 54 


3 55 


7 32 


i 53 


6 02 


3 46 


18 43 49 


12 12 45 


28.2 


4 54 03 


27 


mXDT 


27 


7 225 04 


6 35 


4 56 


7 31 


4 55 


6 42 


4 48 


18 28 29 


12 12 58 


29.2 


4 50 07 


2 


Monday . 


28 


7 215 05 


7 14 


6 00 


7 30 


4 56 


7 19 


5 54 


18 12 54 


12 13 10 


0.5 


4 46 11 


2 J 


Tuesday 


29 


7 205 07 


7 47 


7 07 


7 29 


t 58 


7 50 


7 03 


17 56 55 


12 13 20 


1.5 


4 42 15 


30 


vVednes . 


30 


7 195 08 


8 20 


8 16 


7 28 


4 59 


8 21 


8 14 


17 40 36 


12 13 31 


2.5 


4 38 19 


31 


Thursd y 


31 


7 185 09 


8 52 


9 26 


7 27 


5 01 


8 51 


9 24 


17 23 59 


12 13 40 3.6 


4 34 23 



[9] 



10 



FEBRUARY, 1884. [Third Winter Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


oi 

r- 
< 
-. 

4 
10 

11 
18 
26 

\ 

18 
2K 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CO 
fl 

fi 

1 
11 

21 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


> First Quarter .. .. 
(") Full Moon ] 


h m 
40am 
11 30pm 


h m 
1 13a 

03am 
10 28pm 
1 51 pm 
4 00pm 
3 00 am 
1 00am 


TORO -TO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


G reatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


Hud 
P.M. 


Beg 

A M. 


End. 

P.M. 




9 55pm 
1 18prn 
4 00pm 
3 00am 
1 00am 


A New YTnon ...... 


h m 
5 39 
5 28 
5 15 


A TO 

6 49 
7 01 
7 13 


fi m 
5 41 
5 29 
5 14 


h m 
6 47 
7 00 
7 14 


/ // 
16 16 
16 14 
16 12 


/ // 

16 04 
15 34 
15 04 


o / // 

1 18 15 
1 18 16 
1 18 18 


/ // 

1 50 39 
1 50 42 
1 50 45 






CPprioree 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


FEBRUARY IST. 


FEBRUARY HTH. 


FEBRUARY 21sT. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
841 a 
489/> 

339/> 
11 56 a 
856 


h m 
2 19^ 
020<i 
11 \1 P 
119 p 
3 09 a 


h m 
753^ 
7 58 a 
6 50 a 
2 46 a 
918a 


52 3 
23.3 
23.8 
26.0 
43 4 


h m 
8 30 a 
8 39 f 
253? 
11 17a 
8 16z> 


h m 

224^ 

11 IVp 
1028? 
640;> 
229o 


h m 
819p 
7 05 o 
607-7 
207o 

8 38 a 


47.2 
22.4 
23.6 
25.9 
43 3 


h m 
8 14 a 
244p 
209;? 

10 38 a 
734 


h m 
229/> 
1027 p 
945p 
602p 
1 48 a 


h m 
845;? 
616a 
5 25 a 
1 30 a 
7 57 a 


41.9 
21.8 
23.4 
25.8 
43.1 


Vlars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A M. and p p M 



g 

o 


Day of 


8 
> 

V- 

a 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


Suv. MOON. 

! 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


s 


Upper 


>. 


Week. 


^. 


















Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 







= 


Rises 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole Star. 








h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m . 


days 


h m 9 


1 


Friday... 


\z 


1 17 


5 11 


9 24 


10 36 


7 25 


5 02 


9 21 


10 38 


S17 07 03 


12 13 48 


4.5 


4 30 27 


2 


Saturday 





7 16 


5 12 


9 59 


11 44 


7 24 


5 04 


9 54 


11 48 


16 49 54 


12 13 56 


5.5 


4 26 30 


3 


SUND Y 


A 


7 15 


5 13 


10 34 


a.m. 


7 23 


5 05|10 27 


a.m. 


16 32 22 


12 14 03 


6.5 


4 22 33 


4 


Monday . 


86 


7 14 


5 15 


11 17 


53 


7 21 


5 07 1 1 18 


59 


16 14 33 


12 14 Of 


7.5 


4 18 36 


5 


Tuesday. 


36 


7 12 


5 16 


p.n04 


2 02 


7 20 


5 09 


11 54 


2 09 


15 56 32 


12 14 14 


8.5 


4 14 39 


6 


Wednes. . 


:;T 


7 11 


5 17; 55 


3 05 


7 19 


5 lOlpm 45 


3 14 


15 38 11 


12 14 18 


9.5 


4 10 42 


7 


Thursd y 


38 


7 10 


5 19 


1 56 


4 06 


7 17 


5 12 1 45 


4 15 


15 19 33 


12 14 22 


10.5 


4 06 45 


8 


Friday ... 


89 


7 09 


5 20 


3 00 


5 02 


7 16 


5 13 2 51 


5 10 


15 00 44 


12 14 25 


11.5 


4 02 48 


9 


Saturday 


in 


7 07 


5 22 


4 06 


5 44 


7 14 


5 15 3 58 


6 51 


14 41 35 


12 14 27 


12 5 


3 .58 51 


10 


SUNU Y 


H 


7 06 


5 23 


5 13 


6 29 


7 13 


5 16 


5 07 


6 30 


14 22 11 


12 14 27 


13 5 


3 54 53 


11 


Monday . 


42 


7 05 


5 24j 6 18 


6 58 


7 11 


5 18 


6 14 


7 02 


14 02 38 


12 14 28 


14 5 


3 50 55 


12 


Tuesday. 


18 


7 03 


5 26| 7 22 


7 31 


7 10 


5 19 7 20 


7 32 


13 42 46 


12 14 27 


15.5 


3 46 58 


13 


Wednes. . 


14 


7 02 


5 27 


8 26 


7 59 


7 08 


5 21; 8 24 


7 58 


13 22 45 


12 14 26 


16.5 


3 43 01 


14 


Thursd y 


16 


7 01 


5 28 


9 27 


8 28 


7 07 


5 22 9 29 


8 25 


13 02 27 


12 14 24 


17.5 


3 39 04 


15 


Friday... 


46 


6 59 


5 30 


10 27 


8 56 


7 05 


5 24 10 31 


8 52 


12 42 00 


12 14 21 


18.5 


3 35 07 


16 


Saturday 


47 


6 58 


5 31 


!l 24 


9 27 


7 03 


5 25 11 29 


9 21 


12 21 16 


12 14 18 


19.5 


3 31 10 


17 


SUNU Y. 


is 


t> 56 


5 32 


am. 


9 58 


7 02 


5 27 a.m. 


9 60 


12 00 25 


12 14 13 


20 5 


3 27 14 


18 


Monday . 


49 


6 55 


5 34 


20 


10 33 


7 00 


5 28 26 


10 24 


11 39 17 


12 14 09 


21.5 


3 23 18 


19 


Tuesday. 


50 


6 53 


5 35 


1 17 


H 12 


6 58 


5 30 


1 24 


11 02 


11 18 OS 


12 14 03 


22.5 


3 19 22 


20 


Wednes. . 


r.l 


6 52 


5 361 2 09 


11 56 


6 57 


5 31 


2 18 


11 45 


10 56 34 


12 13 57 


23. fi 


3 16 26 


21 


Thursd y 


52 


6 50 


5 38 2 68 


pm 46 


6 55 


i 33 


3 07 


pm36 


10 34 59 


12 13 50 


24. 5 


3 11 29 


22 


Friday ... 


58 


6 49 


5 39 3 45 


1 42 


6 53 


5 34 


3 53 


1 32 


10 13 10 


12 13 43 


25.5 


3 07 32 


23 


Saturday 


54 


6 47 


5 40 4 28 


2 40 


6 52 


5 36 


4 35 


2 31 


9 51 36 


12 13 35 


26. 5 


3 03 35 


24 


SUND Y 


56 


6 45 


5 421 5 07 


3 44 


6 5u 


5 37 


5 13 


3 37 


9 29 12 


12 13 26 


27.5 


2 5J 38 


25 


Monday 


56 


6 44 


5 43 


5 45 


4 52 


G 48 


5 39 


5 49 


4 46 


9 06 55 


12 13 17 


28.5 


2 55 41 


26 


Tuesday 


57 


6 42 


5 44 


6 18 


6 00 


6 46 


5 40 


6 20 


5 57 


8 44 35 


12 13 07 


29.5 


2 51 44 


27 


Wednes .. 


68 


6 40 


5 45 


6 51 


7 10 


6 44 


5 42 


6 51 


7 09 


8 22 07 


12 12 57 


0.9 


2 47 47 


28 


Thursd y 


59 


6 39 


5 47 


7 25 


8 20 


6 43 


5 43 


7 22 


8 21 


7 59 26 


12 12 46 


0.9 


2 43 50 


29 


Friday ... 


60 


6 37 


5 4810 00 


9 33 


6 41 


5 45 


7 56 


9 37 


7 36 44 


12 12 34 


0.9 


2 39 54 



[10] 



First Spring Month. ~] 



MARCH, 1884. 



11 



Moi.Vs PHASES. 


1 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


-, 
- 

* 



_ 

1 

11 
21 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


tt) First Quarter 




4 
11 
19 
27 

16 

28 


h m 
8 16am 
2 22pm 
6 55pm 
30am 

mid. 
8 00pm 


h m 
8 49am 
2 55pm 
6 28pm 
I 03am 

mid. 
8 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Snn. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


B"g. 

A.M. 


End 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Q Full Yloon 




(<j) Last Quarter 
A New Moon 


h in 
5 00 
4 43 
4 23 


h m 
1 24 
7 37 
17 51 


h m 
4 56 
4 38 
4 17 


h m 
1 27 
7 42 
7 57 


/ // 
16 10 
16 08 
16 05 


/ // 

16 18 
15 14 
15 15 


o / // 

\ 18 20 
1 18 22 
1 18 25 


/ // 

1 50 47 
1 50 50 

1 50 54 




CPerisree... 





The Planets. 



NAME OP 




MARGE 


[ 1ST. 




MARCH 


11TH. 






MARCH 


21 ST. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


- M. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus ......... 


h m 
1 56 a 


h m 
232 a 


h m 
9 080 


o 
37 


Am A m 
7 42 a 237 p 


h m 
1032jt> 


32 4 


h m 

7 27 a 


h m 
242/> 


h m 

9blp 


o 

280 


Mars 


200 


944p 


5 33 a 


21 7 


\ ]8p 902p 


449o 


21,9 


043j& 


824s 


409o 


223 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


1 31j 
10 04 a 


907/> 
5 28 p 


4 47 a 
055 a 


23.3 

25 7 


049^ 826/> 
926a 451/> 


4 06 a 
020 a 


23.2 
25 6 


009p 
8 49 a 


7 46 /> 
415& 


327o 
11 41 /> 


23.2 
254 


Uranus 


657;> 


1 11 a 


721 a 


430 


615;? 031 a 


6 42 a 


42.8 


533js 


11 46p 


601 a 


42.6 



NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. and p P.M. 



^ 

7 



t 

8 

L 
I 
11 

12 

I; 

14 

16 

lu 

17 

1 

19 

2J 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

2>> 

30 

31 



Day ot 
Week. 



Saturd y. 
SUND Y 
Monday 
Tuesday. 
Wedues... 
Thursd y 
Friday .. 
Saturd y 
SUND Y. 
Monday . 
Tuesday. 
Wednes. 
Thursd y 
Friday ... 
Saturd y. 
SUND Y. 
Monday . 
Tuesday. 
Wednes.. 
Thursl y 
Friday 
Saturd y. 
SUND Y. 
Monday . 
Tuesday. 
Wednes... 
Thursd y 
Friday ... 
SaturU y. 
SUND Y. 
Vlonday. . 



i 

s~ 

*M 

o 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


Sun. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 


Sun 
on 


s 

Age 


Upper 
Transit of 














s Rises. Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. Rises 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole Star. 


























h m 


h Tn 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m h m 


h 7ii 


/ // 


h m a 


dayx 


h m 


til 6 35 5 49 


8 37 


10 44 


6 39 


5 46 8 31 


10 49 


S 7 31 55 


12 12 22 


3 . 9 


2 35 59 


626 345 51 


9 18 


11 54 


6 37 5 48 9 10 


a m. 


6 51 00 


12 12 1C 


4.9 


2 32 03 


63 6 32 5 52 


10 02 


a.m. 


6 355 49 9 5* 


01 


6 27 54 


12 11 5" 


5.9 


2 28 07 


646 30| 5 53 


10 55 


1 00 


6 3.3:5 50llO 44 


1 08j 6 04 48 


12 U 4: 


6.9 


2 24 11 


656 295 54 


11 53 


2 00 


6 31 


5 5 2 


11 42 


2 09 1 5 41 37 


12 11 29 


7.9 


2 20 15 


666 275 56 


pm 51 


2 65 


6 29 


5 53 


pm 42 


3 03 


5 18 21 


12 11 15 


8.9 


2 16 19 


67 


;6 255 57 


1 54 


3 41 


6 27 


5 55 


1 47 


3 48 4 55 01 


12 11 00 


9.9 


2 12 23 


686 23:5 58 


3 00 


4 21 


6 255 5b 


2 58 


4 27 


4 31 33 


12 10 45 


10.9 


2 08 26 


696 22;5 59 


4 07 


4 59 


6 23 


5 58 


4 02 


5 03 


4 08 06 


12 10 29 


11.9 


2 04 29 


7016 206 00 


5 10 


5 30 


6 22 


5 59| 5 07 


5 N 33 


3 44 36 


12 10 14 


12.9 


2 00 32 


71 


6 186 02 


6 11 


6 01 


6 20 


6 OOl 6 10 


6 01 


3 21 03 


12 09 57 


13.9 


1 56 35 


726 166 03 


7 13 


6 29 


6 18 


6 02; 7 14 


6 29 


2 57 27 


12 09 41 


14.9 


1 52 38 


73 


6 146 04 


8 13 


6 586 16 


6 03| 8 16 


6 57 


2 33 50 12 09 24 


15.9 1 48 42 


74 


6 126 06 


9 12 


7 2716 14 


6 05 


9 lb 


7 22 2 10 11 12 09 07 


16.9 


1 44 45 


76 


6 106 07 


10 09 


7 59 


6 12 


6 06 


10 15 


7 51 


1 46 31 12 08 50 


17.9 


1 40 48 


76 


6 09 


6 08 


11 06 


8 31 


6 10 


6 07 


11 13 


8 23 


1 22 49 12 08 33 


18. 9 1 36 53; 


77 


6 07 


6 09 


11 69 


9 08 


6 08 


6 09 


a.m. 


8 ; .9 


59 07 12 08 15 


19.9 1 32 66 


786 05 


6 10 


a.m. 9 51 


6 06 


6 10 


08 


9 40 


35 25 12 07 57 


20.9 1 29 00 


79 


6 04 


6 12 


50 


10 38 


6 04 


6 12 


69 


10 27 


11 43 12 07 39 


21.9 1 25 04 


SO 6 02 


6 13 


1 37 


11 28 


6 02 


6 13 


1 46 


11 08 


NO 11 59 12 07 21 


22. 9 1 21 08 


81 


6 00 


6 14 


2 20 


pm 24 


6 00 


6 14 


2 27 


pm!6 


35 40 12 07 03 


23.91 1 17 13 


82 


5 58 


6 16 


3 01 


1 25 


5 58 


6 16 


3 07 


1 18 


59 20 12 06 45 


24.9 


1 13 17 


83 


5 57 


6 16 


3 37 


2 30 


5 56 


6 17 


3 41 


2 25 


1 22 58 12 06 26 


25.9 


1 09 21 


84 


5 55 


6 18 


4 13 


3 36 


a 54 


6 18 


4 16 


3 32 


1 46 34 12 06 Oh 


26.9 


1 05 25 


85 


5 53 


6 19 


4 47 


4 46 


5 52 


6 20 


4 48 


4 46 


2 10 08,12 05 60 


27.9 


1 01 29. 


86 


5 51 


6 20 


5 21 


5 58 5 50 


6 21 


5 20 


5 59 


2 33 39 12 05 31 


28. 9| 57 33. 


87 


5 49 


6 21 


6 56 


7 125 486 22 


5 52 


7 14 


2 57 07 12 05 13 


0.5. 


53 37 


88 


5 48 


6 22 


6 32 


8 25 


5 466 24 


6 27 


8 29 


3 20 31 12 04 55 


1.6 


49 41 


89 


5 46 


6 24 


7 13 


9 39 


5 446 25 


7 06 


9 45 


3 43 49 12 04 36 


2.5 


45 45 


90 


5 44 


6 25 


7 58 


10 49 


5 42 6 27 


7 59 


10 66 


4 7 05 12 04 18 


3.5 


41 49 


91 


5 42 


26 


8 49 


11 5315 406 28 


8 39 


a.m. 


4 30 17 ] 


12 04 00 


4.5 


37 63 



[11] 



12 



APRIL, 1884. 



[Second /Spring Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


00 

(- 

a 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


V, 

P 

a 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


$) First Quarter 
O Full Moon 


2 
10 
18 
25 

13 

26 


h m 
4 00pm 
6 27am 
10 37am 
9 40am 

2 00pm 
4 00am 


h m 
4 33pm 
7 00am 
11 10am 
10 13am 

2 00pm 
4 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


bun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
I-at. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


O Last Quarter 
New MOOQ 


1 
li 
21 


h m 
4 01 
3 40 
3 19 


h m 
8 06 

8 22 
8 38 


h m 
3 52 
3 28 
3 04 


h m 
8 15 
8 34 
8 53 


/ // 
16 02 
15 59 
16 56 


/ // 

16 09 

14 48 
15 57 


o / // 

1 18 29 
1 18 32 
1 18 35 


/ // 

1 61 00 
1 51 04 
1 61 09 


CAnoeree . 


( Perigee .... 



The Planets. 







APRIL 


1ST. 






APRIL 


LlTH. 






APRIL 


21ST. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
diet. 




h m 
1 14 a 


h m 
2 49 jo 


h m 
1023p 


23 9 


h m 

7 06 a 


h m 
255/ 


h m 
I044p 


2.0 


h m 
7 03 a 


h Itl 

302jt> 


h m 
11 02p 


19.1 




Oil p 


7 48/> 


3 28 a 


23.1 


11 47 a 


7l9p 


2 54 a 


24.1 


11 21 a 


653p 


2 07 a 


25.2 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


11 27 a 

8 09 a 


704^9 
336z> 


2 44 a 
1103 


23.2 

25.2 


1051 a 
731 a 


627 p 
3 01 p 


2 07 a 
I031p 


23.3 
25.0 


10 16 a 

657 a 


551j9 
226/> 


1 30 a 
955j> 


23.5 
24.8 


Uranus 


449jt> 


UQlp 


5 17 a 


42.4 


407.P 


1020/j 


4 36 a 


42.3 


32Q P 


939jo 


3 57 a 


42.2 



NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. and p P M. 







i 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


s 


Day of 


X 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


1 

Sun s 


Sun 


<Ts 


Upper 


"8 


Week. 













Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 
















p 




I 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Uses. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. | 


Noon 


Pole Star. 








h m 


m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m s 


days 


h m s 


1 




uesday 


92 

93 


5 40 
5 39 


o 27 
6 28 


9 46 
47 


a.m. 

50 


5 38 
5 36 


6 29 
6 31 


9 35 
10 37 


02 

58 


N4 53 25 12 03 42 
5 16 22 12 03 24 


5.5 
6.5 


03356 
03000 


9 




94 


5 37 


6 29 


1 49 


1 40 


> 34 


6 32 


11 40 


1 47 


5 39 18 12 03 07 


7.5 


02604 


4 
6 

A 


r riday ... 
Saturday 
S TIN IVY 


95 
96 

97 


5 35 
5 33 
5 31 


6 31 
6 32 
6 33 


pm52 
1 57 
3 02 


2 22 
3 00 
3 33 


5 32 
5 30 
> 28 


6 33 
6 35 
6 36 


>m 46 
I 52 
2 58 


2 28 
3 04 
3 35 


6 02 09 12 02 49 
6 24 53 12 02 32 
6 47 26 12 02 14 


8.6 
9.5 
10.5 


02208 
01812 
014 16 


7 

8 
9 


Monday . 
uesday. 


98 
99 
00 


5 30 
5 28 
5 26 


6 34 
6 35 
6 37 


4 03 
5 04 
6 04 


4 02 
4 30 
4 59 


5 26 
5 24 

5 22 


6 37 
6 39 
6 40 


4 01 
5 02 
6 06 


4 03 
4 29 
4 56 


7 09 57 12 01 57 
7 32 20 12 01 40 
7 54 36 12 01 23 


11.5 
12.5 
13.5 


1020 
00624 
00228 


in 


Thnrsrl v 


10 


5 ?A 


6 38 


7 02 


5 28 


5 21 


6 42 


7 06 


5 23 


8 16 39 12 01 07 


14. b 


11 5832 


11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


? riday .. 
Saturdaj 
SUND Y 
Monday 
Tuesday 


102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 


5 23 
5 21 
5 1& 
5 18 
5 16 
5 14 


6 39 
6 40 
6 41 
6 43 
6 44 
6 45 


8 00 
8 58 
9 53 
10 43 
11 32 
a.m 


5 5H 
6 28 
7 04 
7 48 
8 32 
9 21 


5 19 
5 17 
5 15 
5 13 
5 11 
5 10 


6 43 
6 46 
6 46 
6 47 
6 48 
6 50 


8 06 
9 05 
10 00 
10 52 
11 41 
a.m. 


5 62 
6 20 
6 55 
7 37 
8 21 
9 1C 


8 38 39 
9 00 26 
9 22 09 
9 43 42 
10 05 01 
10 26 15 


12 00 51 
12 00 35 
12 00 19 
12 00 04 
11 59 50 
11 59 35 


15.6 

16.5 
17.5 
18.5 
19.5 
20.5 


1 1 54 37 
15041 
1 1 46 46 
11 4249 
11 3853 
11 3457 


17 

18 

10 
o 


Tbursd y 
Friday.. 
Saturdaj 
SUND Y 


108 
109 

no 
111 


5 13 
5 11 
5 OP 

5 08 


6 46 
6 47 

6 48 
6 50 


15 
56 
1 35 
2 09 


10 14 
11 12 
pm 1 J 
1 18 


5 8 
5 06 
5 04 
5 02 


6 51 
6 52 
6 54 
6 65 


23 
1 03 
1 40 
2 13 


10 05 
11 04 
pm07 
1 13 


10 47 13 
11 08 07 
11 28 49 
11 49 15 


11 59 21 
11 59 08 

11 68 6- r i 
11 58 42 


21. b 
22.5 
23.5 
24.6 


11 31 01 
112705 
11 2310 
11 1915 


2 

22 


Monday 
Tuesday 


112 
118 
114 


5 06 
5 05 
5 03 


6 6 
6 52 
6 53 


2 42 
3 16 
3 49 


2 24 
3 33 
4 44 


5 01 

4 59 
4 57 


6 57 
6 58 
6 59 


2 44 
3 If 
3 4f 


2 21 
3 32 
4 45 


12 09 35 
12 29 39 
12 49 35 


11 58 30 
11 58 08 
11 58 06 


25. b 
26.5 
27.6 


11 1620 
! 1 1 1 25 
11 0729 


o 


Thursd y 


llf 


5 0? 


6 54 


4 23 


5 5 C 


4 55 


7 00 


4 19 


6 02 


13 09 13 


11 67 56 


28. b 


11 0334 


or 


Friday 


11f 


5 or 


6 5 


5 03 


7 1 


4 54 


7 02 


4 57 


7 19 


13 28 43 


11 57 45 


29. b 


106939 


2 


S a t u rd a 


11" 


4 fiF 


6 5 


5 47 


8 2e 


4 52 


7 03 


6 39 


8 35 


13 47 56 


11 67 35 


1.1 


10 55 44 


2 


SUND Y 


llf 


4 6" 


6 5 


6 8* 


9 3 


4 50 


7 05 


6 28 


9 46 


14 06 59 


11 57 2* 


2. 1 


1061 48 


2 
2 
.3 


Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednes 


1H 

12( 
121 


4 5. 
4 5 
4 5 


6 5 
7 
7 


7 30 
8 36 
9 36 


10 4 
11 3 
a.m. 


4 49 
4 47 

4 45 


7 06 
7 07 
7 09 


7 20 
8 26 
9 30 


10 50 
11 43 
a.m. 


14 25 44 
14 44 20 
15 02 37 


11 57 17 
11 67 09 
11 57 01 


8. J 

4.1 
5.1 


104762 
104351 
104001 



[12] 



Third Spring MontTiJ] 



MAY, 1884. 



13 



MOON S PHASES. 


x 

h 

3 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


c 

H 

5 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAB. 


) First Quarter 


2 

9 

1 7 
1 ! 

24 
81 
10 

24 


h m 
50am 
10 50pm 
11 36pm 
6 19pm 
11 38am 
7 00pm 
2 00pm 


h m 
1 23am 
11 23pm 
09am 
5 52pm 
llpm 
7 00pm 
2 00pm 


TOKONTO. 


QOEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
tlonga- 
tion. 
Lat. 45, 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A M. 


End. 

P.M. 


(") Full Moon 




( Last Quarter 


l 
11 

21 


h m 
2 59 
2 89 
2 21 


h m 
8 56 
9 14 
9 32 


h m h m 
2 409 14 
2 159 37 
1 5210 


/ // 

15 54 
15 52 
15 50 


/ // 

15 49 
H 44 
16 22 


o / // 

1 18 38 
1 18 41 
1 18 43 


/ // 

1 51 13 
1 51 17 
1 51 20 


) First Quarter .... 






The Planets. 



NAME or 




MAY 


1ST. 






MAY 1 


LlTH. 






MAY 


2l8T. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Aler. 

Zen. 

(list. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 




h m 
7 02 a 


h m 
3 07 p 


h m 
11 12p 


o 

18.2 


h m 
7 05 a 


h in 
3 09 p 


h m 

11 14j9 


1H 3 


A OT 
708ff 


h m 
307p 


h m 
11 06 p 


19 2 


Mars 


11 08 a 


629^0 


1 52 a 


26.7 


10 52 a 


6 06 


1 22 a 


38 9 


10 38 a 


544 


058ff 


29 7 


Jupiter 


9 42 a 
6 22 a 


616/> 
1 52 p 


055 a 
921/> 


23.7 
24.6 


9 09 a 
5 47 o 


443? 
1 17 P 


020 a 
8 48/> 


23.9 
94 4 


8 38 a 
5 12 a 


410jt> 
043?) 


11 42 p 
8 15;? 


24.2 

24 2 


Uranus . 


2 45 v 


859 


3 17 a 


42.0 


206 


820 


2 37 a 


42.0 


1 25 


739p 


1 580 


41 



NOTE. In the above Table a. signifies A.M. and p P.M. 







a 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 





Day of 


"S 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 1 MOON. 


Sun s 


SllD 


d 


Upper 


;.. 


Week. 


















Declina 


00 


Age 


Transit of 


c 




1 


Rises. Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole Star. 








h m h m 


h m 


h m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


/ II 


A TO * 


days 


h m s 


1 


Thursd y 


122 


4 51 7 03 


10 45 


21 


4 44 


1 10 


10 37 


26 


N15 20 38 


11 66 53 


6. ] 


103605 


2 


Friday... 


123 


4 50|7 04 


11 60 


1 00 


4 43 


7 11 


11 44 


1 04 


15 38 24 


11 56 47 7.1 


103210 


8 


Saturday 


124 


4 49 


7 05 


pm54 


1 34 


4 42 


7 12 


pm 50 


1 37 


15 55 59 


11 56 40 


8.1 


102814 


4 


SUND Y. 


125 


4 48 


7 06 


1 57 


2 05 


4 40 


7 14 


1 5 


2 06 


16 13 14 


11 56 35 


9. 1 


102419 


6 


Monday . 


126 


4 47 


7 07 


2 56 


2 42 


4 38 


7 15 


2 55 


2 41 


16 30 13 


11 56 L 910. 1 


102023 


6 


Tuesday 


127 


4 45 


7 09 


3 55 


3 04 


4 37 


7 17 


3 56 


3 02 


16 47 00 


11 56 2511.1 


101628 


7 


Wednes. . 


128 


4 437 10 


4 56 


3 31 


4 35 


7 18 


4 59 


3 27 


17 03 25 


11 56 21 12. 1 


10 12 33 


8 


Thursd y 


129 


4 42 


7 11 


5 53 


4 01 


4 34 


7 19 


5 59 


3 55 


17 19 34 


11 56 17 


13.1 


100837 


g 


Friday... 


13014 -11 


7 12 


6 51 


4 33 


4 .8 7 2^ 


6 57 


4 25 


17 35 25 


11 56 14 


14.1 


100442 


10 


Saturday 


131;4 40 


7 13 


7 47 


5 07 


4 31 


7 -; 


i 54 


4 9 


17 51 04 


11 56 12 


15. 1 


100047 


11 


SUND Y. 


1324 39 


7 14 


8 39 


5 46 


4 29 


7 23 


8 47 


5 36 


18 06 19 


11 56 10 


16.1 


9 fi6 51 


12 


Monday 


133 


4 48 


7 15 


9 29 


6 29 


4 28 


7 24 


9 37 


6 19 


18 21 17 


11 56 09 


17.1 


9 62 56 


18 


Tuesday. 


134 


4 37 


7 16 


10 14 


7 16 


4 27 


7 25 


10 22 


7 06 


18 35 56 


11 56 08 


18.1 


94901 


11 


Wednes . 


1354 36 


7 17 


10 56 


8 08 


4 26 


7 27 


11 03 


7 59 


18 50 22 


11 56 08 


19.1 


94505 


15 


Thursd y 


136 


4 35 


7 18 


11 33 


9 04 


4 24 


7 28 


11 39 


8 55 


19 04 24 


11 56 09 


20.1 


9 41 10- 


16 


Friday... 


137 


4 34 


7 201 a m. 


10 02 


4 28 


7 29 


a.tn 


9 55 


19 18 06 


11 56 10 


21.1 


93715- 


17 


Saturday 


138 


4 33 


7 21 o ion 04 


4 22 


7 30 


13 


10 58 


19 31 29 


11 56 11 


22.1 


9 33 1 


1 W 
J Q 


SUND Y 


139 


4 32 


7 22! 42 


p 08 


4 21 


7 32 


45 


p 04 


19 44 32 


11 56 14 


23.1 


92924 


in 


Monday . 


140 


4 30 


7 23 


1 14 


1 13 


4 20 


7 33 


1 15 


I 11 


19 57 20 


11 56 17 


24.1 


9 25 29- 


2 ) 


Tuesday. 


141 


4 29 


7 - 4 


1 46 


2 23 


4 19 


7 34 


1 45 


2 23 


20 09 43 


11 56 20 


25. I 


9 21 34 


21 


Wednes . 


142 


4 28 


7 25 


2 19 


3 34 


4 18 


7 35 


2 15 


3 37 


20 21 46 


11 56 24 


26. 1 


91738 


22 


Thursd y 


143 


4 27 


7 26 


2 .V, 


4 4 


1 17 


7 36 


2 50 


4 53 


20 33 27 


11 66 28 


27.1 


9134S 


28 


Friday . 


144 


4 26 


7 27 


3 36 


6 03 


4 16 


7 37 


3 29 


6 09 


20 44 47 


11 56 33 


28.1 


90948 


21 


Suturday 


145 


4 25 


7 28 


4 22 


7 15 


4 15 


7 38 


4 13 


7 22 


20 55 46 


11 56 39 


29.1 


9 05 53 


25 


SUND Y 


146j4 26 


7 29 


5 15 


8 22 


4 14 


7 39 


5 05 


8 30 


21 06 24 


11 56 45 


0.8 


901 58 


26 


Monday . 


147 


4 24 


7 30 


6 16 


9 21 


4 13 


7 40 


6 05 


9 30 


21 16 40 


11 56 52 


1.8 


85803 


27 


Tuesday 


148 


t 23 


7 30 


7 20 


10 14 


4 13 


7 41 


7 11 


10 20 


21 26 34 


11 56 59 


2.8 


85408 


2s 


Wednes. 


149 


\ 28 


7 31 


8 28 


10 57 


4 12 


7 42 


8 20 


11 o-. , 


21 36 10 


11 57 06 3.8 


85012 


2 . 


Thursd y 


150 


4 22 


7 32 


9 38 


11 34 


4 11 


7 43 


9 29 


11 38 


21 45 20 


11 57 14 


4.8 


84617 


3(> 


Friday... 


151 


4. 22 


7 33 


10 42 


a.m. 


4 10 


7 44 


10 37 


a.m. 


21 54 06 


11 67 22 5.8 


84222 


8] 


Saturday 


1524 21 


7 34 


11 47 


07 


4 10 


7 45 


11 44 


09 


22 02 30 


11 57 31; 6.8 


8 38 27 



[13] 



14 



JUNE, 1884. 



[First Summer Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 



s 

8 
L6 

28 
30 

( 
:!i 


TORONTO. 


QOEBEC. 


T 

t* 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIOIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


Q Full Moon ... . 
(^ Last Quarter... 
A New Moon...... 


A m 
2 31 pm 
9 16am 
15am 
57 am 
10 00pm 
11 00pm 


h m 
3 04pm 
9 49 m 
48 m 
1 30 Mm 
10 00 pm 
11 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lut. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
P.M. 


1 

1! 
21 


h m 
2 05 
1 fie 
1 55 


h m 
9 52 
10 02 
10 08 


h m 
\ 29 
1 16 
1 10 


h m 
10 26 
JO 43 
10 53 


/ // 

15 48 
15 47 
15 46 


/ // 

15 12 
14 59 
16 39 


o / // 

1 18 45 

I 18 46 
1 18 46 


o / // 
1 51 23 
1 51 24 
1 51 24 


) First Quarter .. 
C Apogee . 


( Pi-ripee 





The Planets. 



tSAM OF 

PLANET. 


JUNE 1ST. 


JUNK llTH. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
7 06 a 
10 24 a 
8 04 a 
4 33 a 


h m 
2 5(5 p 
5 21 jo 

006p 
6 56 jo 


h m 
1045p 
021 a 
11 04 p 

i fjtjfj 

1 14 


20.9 
31.7 
24.6 
24.0 
41.9 


h m 

6 66 a 

10 14 a 
7 34 a 
8 69 a 

002jo 


h m 
2 35 jo 
o 02 p 
3 02 jo 
11 32 a 
6 17jo 


h m 
1014? 
1! 49;? 

7 06 jo 
035 a 


2*2.8 
33.0 
25.0 
238 
41.9 




Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uninus 



JUNE 218T. 



Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen 

dist. 


h m 
631 a 
10 03 a 

3 24 a 
11 24a 


h m 

442p 
231 p 
10 58 a 
5 38 jo 


h m 
9 29 jo 
11 22 p 
9 56 p 
6 33 jo 
11 52 p 


24.8 
35.9 
25.5 
23.7 
42.0 



NOTE In the above Table signifies A.M andp p M. 



s 

H-t 



^ 

o! 

P 


Day of 
Week. 


i- 

33 



X 

- 
^ 

03 

Q 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SON. 


MOON. 


SON. 


Moox. 


SUU H 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 
Meridian. 


<TB 

Age 
Noon. 


Upper 
Transit of 
Pole Star. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








h m 


h m 


h m h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m s 


days 


h m s 


1 


SUND Y. 


153 


4 21 


1 35 


50 37 


4 09 


7 46 


49 


37 


N22 10 36 


11 57 40 


7.8 


8 34 32 


2 


Monthi j . 


154 


4 20 


7 36 


1 51 1 07 


4 08 


7 47 


1 51 


1 05 


22 18 14 


11 57 49 


8.8 


8 30 37 


3 


Tuesday. 


155 


4 20 


7 36 


2 51 1 36 


4 07 


7 48 


2 58 


1 32 


22 25 28 


11 57 59 


9.8 


8 26 42 


4 


Wednes. . 


156 


4 19 


7 37 


3 48: 2 Oo 


4 07 


7 48 


3 53 


1 59 


22 32 19 


11 58 09 


10.8 


8 22 47 


5 


Thursd y 


157 


4 19 


7 37 


4 46 2 35 


4 07 


7 49 


4 54 


2 28 


22 38 46 


11 58 20 


11.8 


8 18 52 


6 


Friday ... 


158 


4 18 


7 38 


5 42 3 1.0 


4 06 


7 49 


5 49 


3 01 


22 44 49 


11 58 31 


12.8 


8 14 57 


7 


Sfttnrd y- 


159 


4 18 


7 39 


6 35 


3 46 


4 06 


7 50 


6 43 


3 36 


22 50 29 


11 58 42 


13.8 


8 11 02 


8 


SUND Y. 


160 


4 18 


7 40 


7 26 


4 27 


4 06 


7 51 


7 34 


4 17 


22 55 44 


11 58 53 


14.8 


8 07 07 


9 


Monday.. 


161 


4 18 


7 40 


8 13 


5 13 


4 06 


7 52 


8 21 


5 03 


23 00 35 


11 59 05 


15.8 


8 03 12 


10 


Tuesday . 


162 


4 18 


7 41 


8 56 


6 03 


4 05 


7 53 


9 04 


5 53 


23 05 03 


11 59 16 


16.8 


7 59 17 


11 


Wednes... 


163 


1 17 


7 42 


9 36 


6 58 


4 05 


7 54 


9 42 


6 49 


23 09 05 


11 59 28 


17.8 


7 55 22 


12 


Thursd y 


164 


4 17 


7 42 


10 11 


7 56 


4 05 


7 54 


10 16 


7 48 


23 12 45 


11 59 41 


18.8 


7 51 27 


13 


Friday... 


165 


4 17 


7 42 


10 45 


8 56 


4 05 


7 55 


10 48 


8 50 


23 15 58 


11 59 53 


19.8 


7 47 32 


14 


Saturd y. 


166 


4 17 


7 43 


11 17 


9 59 


4 05 


7 55 


11 18 


9 54 


23 18 48 


12 00 06 


20.8 


7 43 37 


16 


SUND Y 


167 


4 17 


7 43 


11 48 


11 03 


4 05 


7 56 


11 48 


11 00 


23 21 14 


12 00 18 


21.8 


7 39 42 


16 


Monday.. 


168 


4 17 


7 44 


a.m. 


p 08 


4 05 


7 56 


a.m. 


p 08 


23 23 16 


12 00 31 


22. 8 


7 35 47 


17 


Tuesday. 


169 


4 17 


7 44 18 


1 16 


4 05 


7 56 


16 


1 18 


23 24 51 


12 00 44 


23.8 


7 31 52 


18 


Wednes... 


170 


4 57 


7410 53; 2 28 


4 05 


7 57 


49 


2 31 


23 26 01 


12 00 57 


24.8 


7 27 57 


19 


Thursd y 


171 


4 18 


7 45 


1 29 


3 39 


4 06 


7 57 


1 23 


3 44 


23 26 47 


12 01 10 


25.8 


7 24 02 


20 


Friday ... 


172 


4 18 


7 45 


2 12 


4 51 


4 06 


7 57 


2 03 


4 68 


23 27 07 


12 01 23 


26.8 


7 20 07 


21 


Saturd y. 


173 


4 18 


7 45 


3 00 


6 01 


4 06 


7 57 


2 50 


6 08 


23 27 03 


12 01 36 


27.8 


7 16 12 


22 


SQND Y 


174 


4 18 


7 45 


3 56 


7 04 


4 06 


7 57 


3 45 


7 12 


23 26 29 


12 01 50 


28.8 


7 12 17 


23 


Monday.. 


175 


4 18 


7 46 


4 58 


8 01 


4 07 


7 57 


4 48 


8 08 


23 25 36 


12 02 02 


0.5 


7 08 22 


24 


Tuesday. 


176 


4 19 


7 46 


6 06 


8 49 


4 07 


7 57 


5 57 


8 56 


23 24 17 


12 02 15 


1.5 


7 04 27 


25 


Wednes. . 


177 


4 19 


7 46 


7 15 


9 31 


4 07 


7 57 


7 08 


9 35 


23 22 34 


12 02.28 


2.5 


7 00 32 


26 


Thursd y 


178 


4 19 


7 46 


8 25 


10 07 


4 07 


7 57 


8 19 


10 10 


23 20 26 


12 02 41 


3.5 


6 56 37 


27 


Friday... 


179 


4 20 


7 46 


9 33 


10 39 


4 08 


7 57 


9 29 


10 40 


23 17 54 


12 02 53 


4.6 


6 52 42 


28 


Saturd y. 


180 


4 20 


7 46 


10 37 


11 09 


4 08 


7 57 


10 35 


11 08 


23 14 57 


12 03 05 


5.5 


6 48 47 


29 


SUND Y. 


181 


4 21 


7 45 


11 40 


11 38 


4 09 


7 57 


11 40 


11 35 


23 11 36 


12 03 19 


6.5 


6 44 52 


30 


Monday . 


182 


4 22 


7 45 


p 40 


a.m. 


4 10 


7 57 


p 42 


a.m. 


23 07 50 


12 03 29 


7. 6|8 40 57 



14] 



Second Summer Month. ] JULY, 1884. 



15 



MOON S PHASES. 




S 
15 
22 
29 

4 

20 

31 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


5 
a 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


Full Moon .. 
(<0 Last Quarter 
9 New Moon... 
) First Quarter 
( Apogee 


h m 
4 52am 
4 21pm 
7 36am 
4 4-8 pm 
8 OOatn 
2 00>im 
11 00pm 


h m 
5 25am 
4 54pm 
8 09am 
5 16pm 
8 00am 
2 00am 
11 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


MOON. 


Polar 
Distance 


Greatest 
Klonga- 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


BtG. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
P.M. 


l 

ii 
21 


A TO 

2 00 
2 13 
2 29 


A m 
10 07 
9 57 
9 44 


A m 
1 20 

1 38 
2 CO 


A m 
10 47 
10 38 
10 12 


15 46 
15 46 
15 47 


14 55 
15 23 
16 24 


o / // 

1 18 46 
1 18 46 
1 18 45 


/ // 

1 51 24 
1 51 24 
1 51 23 


([ Apoeree .... 



The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


JULY 1ST. 


JULY 11TH. 


JULY 218T. 


Rises. 


-On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
5 49 a 
9 54 a 
6 37 a 
2 50 
10 46 a 


h m 
109p 
424;? 
2 00 p 
1024 a 
459;/ 


A m 
829 ? 
1054/7 
923/? 
559/7 
11 13 p 




26 5 
38.2 
26.0 
23 6 
42.1 


h m 
4 50 a 
9 44 a 
609 
2 15 a 
10 08 a 


h m 
003/ 

405jt7 
1 29 p 
9 50 a 
421// 


h m 
1 M p 
1026p 
850p 
526/> 
1034/j 


27.8 
40.3 
26.6 
23.4 
42.2 


h m 
351 a 
937 a 
541 a 
1 40 a 
9 31 a 


h m 
11 01 a 
3 47 p 
058/7 
9 16a 
343/> 


A W! 

612/7 

958/> 

816/y 

452/j 
95t>/7 


28.5 
43.0 
1:7.2 
23.4 
424 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 





NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. and ^7 P.M. 





1 


TORONTO. 


QUKBKC. 


CANADA. 




VH 

O 


Day of > 

\T rt | C 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


d s 


Upper 


>> 


Week. 


















Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


83 

p 


* 

\ 


iises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


iises. 


Sets. 

i 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon. 


Pole Star. 








h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


A m 


A TO 


A m 


/ // 


A m S 


days 


h m S 


1 


Tuesday. 


183 


4 22 


7 45 


1 40 


07 


4 10 


1 57 


1 43 


04 


N2303 42 


12 03 41 


8.5 


6 37 02 


2 


Wednes... 


184 


4 23 


7 45 


2 38 


37 


4 11 


7 57 


2 43 


31 


22 59 08 


12 03 52 


9.5 


6 33 07 


3 


Thursd y 


185 


4 24 


7 45 


3 35 


1 10 


4 117 57 


3 41 


1 03 


22 54 09 


12 04 03 


10.5 


6 29 12 


4 


Friday ... 


186 


4 24 


7 45 


4 29 


1 45 


4 12 


7 56 


4 36 


1 36 


22 48 47 


12 04 14 


11.5 


6 26 17 


5 


.Saturday 


187 


4 25 


7 44 


5 21 


2 25 


4 12 


7 56 


5 29 


2 15 


22 43 01 


12 04 24 


12.5 


6 21 22 





SUND Y. 


188 


4 26 


7 44 


6 10 


3 10 


4 13 


7 55 


6 18 


2 59 


22 36 61 


12 04 34 


13.5 


6 17 27 


7 


Monday . 


189 


4 26 


7 44 


6 55 


3 58 


4 14 


7 55 


7 03 


3 48 


22 30 18 


12 04 43 


14.5 


6 13 32 


8 


Tuesday. 


190 


4 27 


7 43 


7 37 


4 52 


4 15 


7 54 


7 44 


4 42 


22 23 21 


12 04 52 


15.5 


6 09 37 


9 


Wednee... 


191 


4 28 


7 43 


8 14 


5 49 


4 16 


7 53 


8 19 


5 41 


22 16 02 


12 05 01 


16.5 


6 05 42 


10 


Thursd y 


192 


4 28 


7 43 


8 49 


6 49 


4 17 


7 53 


8 53 


6 42 


22 08 19 


12 05 09 


17.5 


6 01 47 


11 


Friday ... 


193 


4 29 


7 42 


9 21 


7 51 


4 18 


7 52 


9 23 


7 46 


22 00 13 


12 05 17 


18.5 


5 57 63 


12 


Saturday 


194 


4 30 


7 41 


9 52 


8 65 


4 19 


7 51 


9 52 


8 51 


21 51 49 


12 05 24 


19.6 


5 53 58 


13 


SUND Y. 


195 


4 31 


7 41 


10 23 


10 00 


4 19 


7 51 


10 21 


9 58 


21 42 58 


12 05 31 


20.6 


5 50 03 


14 


Monday . 


196 


4 32 


7 40 


10 55111 06 


4 20 


7 60 


10 51 


11 06 


21 33 45 


12 05 38 


21.5 


5 46 08 


15 


Tuesday. 


197 


4 33 


7 39 


11 30 


pm 14 


4 21 


7 49 


11 24 


pm 16 


21 24 09 


12 05 44 


22.5 


5 42 13 


16 


Wednes... 


198 


4 34 


7 39 


a.m. 


1 24 


4 22 


7 48 


a.m. 


1 28 


21 14 12 


12 05 60 


23.5 


5 38 18 


17 


Thursd y 


199 


4 35 


7 38 


09 


2 32 


4 23 


7 47 


00 


2 38 


21 03 52 


12 05 55 


24.5 


5 34 23 


18 


Friday... 


200 


4 36 


7 37 


52 


3 42 


4 24 


7 47 


43 


3 49 


20 53 11 


12 05 59 


25.5 


5 30 28 


If. 


Saturday 


201 


4 37 


7 36 


1 43 


4 47 


4 25 


7 46 


1 33 


4 55 


20 42 09 


12 06 03 


26.5 


5 26 33 


20 


SUND Y. 


202 


4 38 


7 35 


2 40 


5 46 


4 26 


7 46 


2 30 


5 54 


20 30 4fi 


12 06 06 


27.5 


5 22 38 


21 


Monday . 


203 


4 39 


7 35 


3 44 


6 38 


4 27 


7 45 


3 34 


6 45 


20 19 03 


12 06 09 


28.6 


5 18 43 


22 


Tuesday. 


204 


4 40 


7 34 


4 53 


7 23 


4 29 


7 44 


4 44 


7 29 


20 07 04 


12 06 12 


29.6 


5 14 48 


23 


Wednes... 


205 


4 41 


7 33 


6 03 


8 03 


4 30i7 43 


5 56 


8 07 


19 54 39 


12 06 14 


1.2 


5 10 63 


24 


Thursd y 


206 


4 43 


7 32 


7 11 


8 38 


4 31 


7 41 


7 06 


8 39 


19 41 55 


12 06 15 


2.2 


5 06 68 


25 


Friday ... 


207 


4 44 


7 31 


8 19 


9 09 


4 32 


7 40 


8 16 


9 09 


19 28 51 


12 06 15 


3.2 


5 03 03 


26 


Saturday 


208 


4 44 


7 30 


9 24 


9 39 


4 33 


7 39 


9 23 


9 37 


19 15 28 


12 06 15 


4.2 


4 59 08 


27 


SUND Y. 


209 


4 45 


7 29 


10 27 


10 08 


4 34 


7 38 


10 28 


10 04 


19 01 30 


12 06 15 


5.2 


4 55 13 


28 


Monday . 


210 


4 45 


7 28 


11 28 


10 39 


4 36 


7 37 


11 31 


10 34 


18 47 49 


12 06 13 


6.2 


4 61 18 


29 


Tuesday. 


211 


4 46 


7 27 


pm27 


11 11 


4 37 


7 36 


pm 32 


11 03 


18 33 29 


12 06 12 


7.2 


4 47 23 


30 


Wednes.. 


212 


4 47 


7 26 


1 25 


11 45 


4 38 


7 35 


1 31 


11 37 


18 18 53 


12 06 09 


8. , 


4 43 28 


81 


Thursd y 


213 


4 487 24 


2 19 


a.m. 


4 39 


7 33 


2 27 


a.m. 


18 03 56 


12 06 06 


9.2 


4 39 32 



[15] 



16 



AUGUST, 1884. [Third Summer Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


00 

p 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


DAYS. 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE 


STAR. 


Q Full Moon 
A Last Quarter 


6 

13 
20 
28 

16 
28 


h m 
5 49 pm 
9 50pm 
4 36pm 
10 24 am 

Noon. 
6 OOptn 


h m 
6 22pm 
10 23pm 
5 09am 
10 57 am 

Noon. 
6 00 pin 


TORONTO. 


QUBEEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat 45 a . 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 




) First Quarter 
(T Perigee 


1 

il 
2, 


h m 
2 48 
3 07 
3 24 


h m 
9 24 
9 03 
8 42 


h m 
2 25 
2 48 
3 09 


h m 
9 47 
9 22 
8 57 


15 48 
15 49 
15 51 


14 48 
15 57 
15 45 


a // 

1 18 43 
1 18 41 
1 18 39 


or// 

I 51 20 
I 51 17 
1 61 15 


(T Apogee 





The Planets. 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


AUGUST 1ST. 


AUGUST UTH. 


AUGUST 21 ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


flier. 
Zen, 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
256a 
9 29 a 

5 10 a 
101 a 

850 


h m 
1007 a 
328_p 
025/; 
8 38 a 
302/> 


h m 
5 ISp 
928)0 
740;> 
414p 
9 14 /> 


28.6 
458 
27.6 
233 
42.5 


h m 
2 20 a 
9 22 a 
4 42 a 

027ff 
8 13 a 


h m 
9 33 a 
3 lip 
11 54 a 
8 02 a 
224/> 


h m 
446^ 
901/> 
706;> 
3 38 jo 
835p 


28.2 
48.4 
28.4 
23.2 

42.8 


h m 
1 58 a 
9 17 a 
415a 
H49/> 
7 37 a 


h m 
9 13 a 
256/> 
1 1 24 a 
7 23 a 
147^ 


h m 
428/> 
834// 
633)o 
303/> 
757jo 


27.8 
51.0 
29.1 
23 2 
43.0 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



NOTE. in the aboTe Table a signifies A M. and p P.M. 







i 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


s 


Day of 


>< 

S 


SUN. 


MOON. 




SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


<TS 


Upper 


f 


Week. 


>l 


















Declina 


on 


Age, 


Transit of 


5 




1 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


itises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noou. 


Pole Star. 








h m 


A TO 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


o / // 


h m s 


days 


h m s 


1 


Friday ... 


214 


4 49 


7 23 


3 14 


24 


4 41 


1 32 


3 21 


14 


17 48 52 


12 06 02 


10.2 


4 35 38 


2 


Saturd y. 


215 


4 50 


7 23 


4 04 


1 06 


4 42 


7 31 


4 12 


55 


17 33 21 


12 05 58 


11.2 


4 31 43 


3 


SUND i 


216 


4 51 


7 22 


4 51 


1 53 


4 43 


7 30 


4 59 


1 42 


17 17 32 


12 05 53 


12.2 


4 27 48 


4 


Monday.. 


217 


4 52 


7 21 


5 33 


2 44 


4 44 


7 28 


5 40 


2 34 


17 01 27 


12 05 47 


13.2 


4 23 53 


5 


Tuesday. 


218 


4 54 


7 20 


6 13 


3 40 


4 45 


7 26 


6 19 


;} 31 


16 45 10 


12 05 41 


14.2 


4 19 58 


6 


Wednes... 


219 


4 55 


7 19 


6 49 


4 40 


4 46 


7 25 


6 54 


4 32 


16 28 32 


12 05 34 


15.2 


4 16 03 


7 


Thursd y 


220 


4 56 


7 17 


7 23 


5 41 


4 48 


7 23 


7 26 


5 36 


16 11 42 


12 05 27 


16.2 


4 12 08 


8 


Friday... 


221 


\ 57 


7 15 


7 55 


6 46 


4 49 


7 22 


7 56 


6 42 


15 54 33 


12 05 19 


17.2 


4 08 12 


9 


Saturd y. 


222 


4 58 


7 14 


8 27 


7 52 


4 5U 


7 20 


8 26 


7 49 


15 37 07 


12 05 10 


18.2 


4 04 17 


10 


SUND Y. 


223 


4 59 


7 12 


8 59 


8 58 


4 52 


7 18 


8 56 


8 58 


15 19 32 


12 05 01 


19.2 


4 00 22 


11 


Monday.. 


224 


5 00 


7 11 


9 32 


iO 06 


4 53 


7 17 


9 27 


10 08 


15 01 30 


12 04 62 


20.2 


3 56 27 


12 


Tuesday. 


225 


5 01 


7 09 


10 09 


11 14 


4 54 


7 15 


10 02 


11 18 


14 43 26 


12 04 41 


21.2 


3 52 32 


13 


Wednes. . 


226 


5 02 


7 08 


10 50 


p 23 


4 56 


7 13 


10 42 


p 29 


14 25 07 


12 04 31 


22.2 


3 48 37 


14 


Thursd y 


227 


5 04 


7 07 


11 38 


1 31 


4 57 


7 12 


11 28 


1 8 


14 06 29 


12 04 20 


23.2 


3 44 42 


15 


Friday ... 


228 


5 05 


7 05 


a.m. 


2 35 


4 58 


7 10 


a.m. 


2 4 a 


13 47 42 


12 04 08 


24. 2 


3 40 47 


16 


Saturd y 


229 


5 06 


7 03 


31 


3 35 


5 00 


7 09 


21 


3 43 


13 28 37 


12 03 5 


25.2 


3 36 52 


17 


SUNDT. 


230 


5 07 


7 01 


1 30 


4 29 


5 01 


7 07 


1 20 


4 37 


13 09 24 


12 03 43 


26.2 


3 32 56 


18 


Monday. 


231 


5 08 


o 59 


2 36 


5 16 


5 03 


7 05 


2 26 


5 22 


12 49 54 


12 03 30 


27.2 


3 29 01 


19 


Tuesday 


232 


5 09 


6 58 


3 43 


5 58 


5 04 


7 04 


3 35 


6 02 


12 30 16 


12 03 16 


28.2 


3 25 06 


20 


Wednes.. 


233 


5 10 


6 5b 


4 53 


6 34 


5 05 


7 02 


4 47 


6 37 


12 10 21 


12 03-02 


29.2 


3 21 11 


21 


Thursd y 


234 


5 12 


6 54 


6 00 


7 07 


5 06 


7 00 


5 56 


7 08 


11 50 19 


12 02 47 


0.83 17 16 


22 


Friday ... 


235 


5 13 


6 52 


7 05 


7 38 


5 08 


6 58 


5 04 


7 37 


11 30 01 


12 02 32 


1.83 13 21 


23 


Saturd y 


236 


5 14 


6 51 


8 11 


8 08 


5 09 


6 56 


8 11 


8 05 


11 09 38 


12 02 16 


2.83 09 26 


24 


SUND Y. 


237 


5 15 


6 49 


9 14 


8 39 


5 10 


6 54 


9 16 


8 35 


10 48 68 


12 02 00 


3.83 05 30 


25 


Monday.. 


238 


5 16 


6 47 


10 14 


9 10 


5 12 


6 52 10 18 


9 04 


10 28 13 


12 01 44 


4.83 01 35 


26 


Tuesday. 


239 


5 17 


6 45 


11 13 


9 44 


5 13 


6 50 


11 18 


9 36 


10 07 14 


12 01 27 


5.82 57 40 


27 


Wednes .. 


240 


5 18 


6 44 


P H 


10 20 


5 14 


6 48 


P 17 


10 11 


9 46 09 


12 01 10 


6. 8 2 53 45 


28 


Thursd y 


241 


5 19 


i 4- 


1 04 


11 01 


5 16 


6 46 


1 11 


10 52 


9 24 50 


12 01 5R 


7.82 49 50 


29 


Friday.. 1 . 


242 


5 21 


6 40 


I 55 


11 46 


5 17 


6 44 


2 03 


11 36 


9 03 28 


12 00 3S 


8. 8 2 45 55 


HO 


Saturd y 


243 


5 22 


6 38 


2 44 


a.m. 


5 18 


6 42 


2 52 


a.m. 


8 41 56 


12 00 16 


9.82 41 59 


31 


SUND Y. 


244 


5 28 


6 37 


3 28 


35 


5 19 


6 41| 3 35 


25 


8 20 12 


11 59 57 


10.82 38 04 



[16 | 



First Fall Month. ] 



SEPTEMBER, 1884. 



17 



MOON S PHASES. 



Full Moon . . 
Last Quarter.... 

New Moon 

First Quarter . . 



Apogee 
Perigee 



TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 




Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. POLE STAR. 


h m 


h m 


OQ 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 






Greatest 


5 38 am 


6 11 am 


> 

< 
p 


Beg. 


Knd. 


Beg. 


End. 


Sun. 


Polar 
Moon - Distance. 


Elonga 
tion. 


2 69pm 


3 32 am 




**^D 

A.M. 


P.M. 


A.M. 


P.M 






Lat. 45. 


4 I9pui 


4 52am 
































5 03am 


5 36am 




h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 




/ // o / // 


/ // 






1 


3 42 


8 17 


3 31 


8 29 


15 54 


15 071 18 35 


1 51 09 


1 00pm 


2 00 pn. 


11 


3 57 


7 5C 


3 4818 05 


15 56 


16 lljl 18 32 


1 61 04 


1 00pm 


2 00pm 


21 


4 10 


7 36 


4 04i7 41 


15 69 


15 06J1 18 29 


1 51 00 



The Planets. 



NAMZ or 
PLANET. 


SEPTEMBER 1ST. 


, SEPTEMBER HTH. 


SEPTEMBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Risen. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


Venus ..... . ... 


h m 
1 46 a 
9 11 a 
3 43 a 
11 O&p 
6 57 a 


h m 
901 a 
239/> 
10 49 a 
646 
1 06/7 


h m 
4 lap 
806/j 
555/> 
2 23p 
715^ 


o 
27.9 

53-8 
248 
23.3 
43.3 


h m 
1 44 a 
907j 
3 15 a 
1029/> 
621 a 


h m 
8 56 a 
224p 
10 18 a 
609 
029^ 


h m 
408/> 
741/> 
521;; 
1 46 p 
637/> 


28.5 
66.3 
30.5 
23 2 
43.5 


h m 
154 a 
9 04 a 
2 47 a 
951/? 
5 45 a 


h m 
S56a 
211p 
947 a 
531 a 
11 52 a 


h m 
401p 
1M p 
447jo 
1 08 jo 
559p 


30.0 
58.7 
31.1 
23.1 
43.8 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 





NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. andp I .M. 



a 
* 


Day of 

~nT,.f.\f 


1 

PH 

<M 

o 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC 


CANADA. 


SON. 


MOON. 


Su.x. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


fl s 


Upper 


h* 


\VeeK. 




















Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


1 




1 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon. 


Pole Star. 








h m 


h m\ h m 


ft m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


o / // 


h m a 


days 


h m s 


1 


Monday . 


245 


5 23 


6 35 


4 09 


I 27 


5 20 


6 39 


4 15 


1 19 


N7 58 28 


11 59 39 


11.8 


2 34 09 


2 


Tuesday. 


246 


5 21 


6 34 


4 4t> 


2 27 


5 21 


6 37 


4 52 


2 19 


7 36 32 


11 59 20 


12.8 


2 30 13 


3 


Wednes... 


247 


5 26 


6 32; 6 21 


3 28 


5 22 


6 35 


5 24 


3 22 


7 14 29 


11 59 00 


13.8 


2 26 17 


4 


Thursd y 


248 


5 27 


6 31 


5 55 


4 3-2 


5 23 


6 33 


5 57 


4 27 


6 52 19 


11 58 39 


14.8 


2 22 22 


5| Friday ... 


259 


5 28 


6 29 


6 2* 


5 38 


5 21 


6 31 


6 2:] 


5 35 


6 29 57 


11 58 20 


15.8 


2 18 27 


6 Saturd y. 


250 


5 29 


6 27 


6 59 


6 45 


5 26 


6 29 


6 59 


6 44 


6 17 34 


11 58 00 


16.8 


2 14 32 


"SUND Y 


251 


5 3(J 


6 26 


7 33 


7 53 


5 28 


6 27 


7 29 


7 54 


5 45 05 


11 67 40 


17.8 


2 10 37 


8 .Monday . 


252 


5 31 


6 24 


8 09 


9 03 


5 30 


6 25 


8 03 


9 06 


5 22 04 


11 57 19 


18.8 


2 00 42 


9 Tuesday. 253 


5 32 


6 22 


8 51 


10 12 


5 32 


6 23 


8 43 


10 17 


4 59 43 


11 56 58 


19.8 


2 02 47 


10 Wednes... 


254 


5 33 


6 20 


9 36 


11 -2-2 


5 33 


6 21 


9 27 


11 29 


4 36 57 


11 56 38 


20.8 


1 58 51 


11 I bursd y 


255 


5 34 


6 18 


10 27 


pm 27 


5 3l|6 18 


10 17 


pm 3o 


4 14 05 


11 56 17 


21.8 


1 54 55 


12 Friday... 


256 


5 36 


6 16 


11 24 


1 28 


5 35 


6 16 


11 13 


1 36 


3 51 05 


11 55 56 


22.8 


1 50 59 


138-iturd y 


257 


5 37 


6 14 


a.m. 


2 23 


5 36 


6 15 


a.m. 


2 31 


3 28 04 


11 55 35 


23.8 


I 47 03 


14 SUND Y. 258 


5 38 


6 12 


25 


3 13 


o 37 


6 13 


16 


3 20 


3 05 00 


11 55 14 


24.8 


1 43 07 


15 


Monday . 


269 


5 39 


6 10 


1 30 


3 5f> 


5 39 


6 11 


1 23 


4 0! 


2 41 52 


11 54 52 


25. 8 


1 39 11 


16 


Tuesday. 


260 


5 4u 


rj 08 


2 38 


4 33 


5 4i 


6 09 


2 33 


4 37 


2 18 41 


11 64 31 


26.8 


1 36 15 


17 


Wednes... 


261 


5 42 


6 06 


3 45 


5 07 


5 43 


6 07 


3 40 


5 09 


1 55 27 


11 54 10 


27.8 


1 31 20 


18 


Tdursd y 


262 


5 43 


ri 05 


4 54 


5 39 


5 44 


6 05 


4 48 


5 39 


1 32 11 


11 53 49 


28.8 


1 27 25 


19 


Friday ... 


263 


o 45 


6 03 


6 5o 


6 08 


5 46 


6 03 


5 54 


6 08 


1 08 52 


11 53 28 


0.3 


1 23 30 


20 


Saturd y 


264 


5 46 


6 01 


6 58 


6 37 


5 47 


6 Ol 


6 59 


6 33 


45 32 


11 53 07 


1.8 


1 19 35 


21 


SUND Y. .2>;3 


5 47 


o 59 


8 00 


7 09 


5 48 


5 59 


8 03 


7 03 


22 10 


11 52 46 


2.3 


1 15 40 


22 


Monday . 


266 


5 48 


5 57 


9 


7 41 


o 49 


5 57 


9 05 


7 34 


SO 01 18 


11 52 26 


3.3 


1 11 44 


23 


Tuesday 


267 


5 49 


5 55 


9 59 


8 18 


3 5U 


5 55 


10 05 


8 09 


24 42 11 52 05 


4.3 


1 07 48 


24 


Wedo.es... 


268 


5 51 


5 54 


10 51 


8 56 


3 51 


5 53 


11 01 


8 47 


48 06 11 51 45 


5.3 


1 03 52 


25 


Thursd y 


279 


5 52 


5 51 


11 47 


9 40 


6 52 


5 51 


11 55 


9 30 


1 11 27 11 51 24 


6.3 


59 56 


26 


Friday ..; 


270 


5 53 


5 49 


pm35 


10 27 


5 53 


5 49 


pm43 


10 17 


1 34 50 11 51 04 


7.3 


56 00 


27 


Saturd y 


271 


5 54 


5 47 


1 21 


11 19 


5 54 


5 47 


1 30 


11 09 


1 58 14 11 50 44 


8.3 


52 05 


28 


SUND Y. 


272 


5 55 


5 4b 


2 05 


a.m. 


5 55 


5 4o 


2 09 


a.m. 


2 21 37 11 50 24 


9. A 


48 10 


29 


Monday . 


273 


5 56 


5 44 


2 41 


14 


5 56 


5 43 


2 47 


05 


2 44 59 11 50 04 


10.3 


44 16 


SO 


Tuesday. 


274J5 57 


5 43] 3 17 


1 13 


5 58 


5 41 


3 21 


1 06 


3 08 18 11 49 45 


11.3 


40 20 



B 



[17] 



18 



OCTOBER, 1884. 



[Second Fall Month. 



Moon s PHASES. 


00 

i 

< 

fi 


To < ONTO 


QUEBEC. 




H 

p 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM 


TOLE STAR. 


O Full Moon 
($ Last Quarter... 
New Moou 
f) First Quarter... 

CPerisree 


4 
11 

18 
26 
27 
7 
23 


A m 
4 43 pm 
9 12am 
7 14pm 
11 37pm 


h m 
5 16prn 
9 45 am 
7 47 pm 

10am 
10 00am 
9 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 

Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A M. 


Knd. 

PM. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
PM. 


l 
i i 
ij 


k m 
4 23 
i 35 
t 47 


h m 
7 16 
6 58 
6 42 

. 


h m 
4 18 
4 32 
4 46 


h m 
1 21 
7 01 
6 43 


/ // 

16 01 
16 04 
16 07 


/ // 
15 34 
16 03 
14 49 


o / // 

1 18 25 
1 18 21 
1 18 ]3 


/ // 

1 50 55 
1 50 49 
1 50 45 


9 00am 
8 00am 


C Apogee 





The Planets. 



NAME or 

PLANET. 


OCTOBBK 1ST. 


OCTOBER llTH. 


OCTOBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


Merid. Sets 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
2 02 a 
9 02 a 
2 I8a 
913;? 
5 09 a 


h m 
8 58 a 
258;? 
9 15a 
453 
11 15 a 


h m 
354/> 
754;? 
4 Up 
030/j 
521;, 


o 
32.2 

61.0 
31.7 
23.1 
44.0 


h m 
2 17 a 
9 00 a 
1 49 a 
833;? 
433 


h m km 
9 00 a 344;? 
1 46;? 633;? 
8 43 a 337/> 
4 13 a 11 60 a 
10 38 a 443/> 




35.2 
63.1 
32.3 
23.2 
44.3 


h m 
2 35 a 
858 
1 18 a 
753;? 
357 a 


h m 
9 04 a 
1 36;? 
8 10 a 
3 33 a 
1001 a 


h m 
322p 
6 14 /> 
302;? 
11 lOa 
405;? 


38.7 
650 
32.9 
23.2 
44.5 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 





NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. and p P.M. 



fr 

P 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Day of 
Week. 



Wednes. . 

Thursd y 

Friday... 

Saturd y. 

SUND Y. 

Monday . 

Tuesday. 

Wednes... 

Thursd y 

Friday.... 

Saturd y 

SUND Y. 

Monday . 

Tuesday. 

Wednes. . 

Thursd y 

Friday.... 

Saturd y 

SUND Y. 

Mood-ay . 

Tuesday. 

Wednes... 

Thursd y 

Friday ... 

Saturn v 

SUND Y. 

Monday . 

Tuesday. 

Wednes.. 

Thursd y 

Friday... 



i of Yeai . 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 


Sun 
on 


C s 
Age 


Upper 
Transifrof 


















I 


Rises 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. Noon 


Pole Stnr. 




h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


o / // 


h m s [days 


h m S 


275 


5 58 


5 41 


3 50 


2 16 


5 59 


5 39 


3 53 


2 10 


N 3 11 36 


11 49 26 


12.3 


03625 


276 


5 59 


5 39 


4 25 


3 18 


6 01 


5 38 


4 26 


3 14 


3 34 51 


11 49 07 


13.3 


03229 


277 


6 00 


5 38 


4 57 


4 24 


6 02 


5 36 


4 56 


4 22 


4 18 04 


11 48 48 


14. 3| 02833- 


278 


6 01 


5 30 


5 31 


5 33 


6 03 


5 34 


5 27 


5 44 


4 41 14 


11 48 30 


15.3 


02437 


279 


6 02 


5 35 


6 08 


6 45 


6 05 


5 32 


6 02 


6 47 


5 03 20 


11 48 13 


16.3 


02041 


280 


6 03 


5 33 


6 49 


7 57 


6 06 


5 30 


6 43 


8 01 


5 27 22 


11 47 55 


17.3 


01645 


281 


6 05 


5 31 


7 32 


9 06 


6 07 


5 28 


7 23 


9 12 


5 50 16 


11 47 38 


18.3 


01249- 


282 


6 07 


5 29 


8 24 


10 16 


6 08 


5 26 


8 14 


10 22 


6 13 10 


11 47 22 


19.3 


00854 


283 


6 08 


5 27 


9 20 


11 20 


6 10 


5 24 


9 10 


11 28 


6 35 59 


11 47 06 


20.3 


00459 


284 


6 It 


5 25 


10 21 


pm20 


6 12 


5 22 


10 11 


pm28 


6 58 43 


11 46 50 


21.3 


01 03 

11 57 08 


285 


6 11 


5 23 


11 23 


1 12 


6 13 


5 20 


11 14 


1 19 


7 21 17 


11 46 35 


22.3 


11 5412 


286 


6 12 


5 21 


a.m. 


1 56 


6 15 


5 18 


a.m. 


2 02 


7 43 50 


11 46 20 


23.3 


11 501& 


287 


6 13 


5 19 


25 


2 31 


6 16 


5 16 


19 


2 34 


8 16 17 


11 46 07 


24.3 


11 4620 


288 


6 14 


5 18 


1 34 


3 11 


6 17 


5 14 


1 29 


3 13 


8 28 37 


11 45 53 


25. 3 


114224 


289 


6 15 


5 16 


2 39 


3 40 


6 18 


5 13 


2 36 


3 40 


8 50 45 


11 45 40 


26.3 


1 1 38 28- 


290 


6 16 


5 15 


3 44 


4 10 


6 19 


5 11 


3 42 


4 10 


9 12 50 


11 45 28 


27.3 


11 3432 


291 


6 17 


5 14 


4 46 


4 39 


6 21 


5 09 


4 48 


4 35 


9 34 48 


11 45 16 


28.3 


113038- 


292 


6 18 


5 13 


5 49 


5 09 


6 23 


5 07 


5 51 


5 03 


9 56 33 


11 45 05 


29.3 


112641 


293 


6 20 


5 11 


6 49 


5 41 


6 24 


5 06 


6 53 


5 34 


10 18 14 


11 44 55 


0.7 


112244 


294 


6 21 


5 09 


7 48 


6 15 


6 26 


5 04 


7 54 


6 06 


10 39 46 


11 44 45 


1.7 


1 1 1 7 48 


295 


6 23 


5 07 


8 46 


6 53 


6 27 


5 02 


8 53 


6 44 


11 01 03 


11 44 36 


2.7 


111353 


296 


6 24 


5 05 


9 39 


7 35 


6 28 


5 00 


9 47 


7 25 


11 22 16 


11 44 27 


3.7 


110957 


297 


6 25 


5 03 


10 39 


8 21 


6 29 


4 58 


10 37 


8 11 


11 43 13 


11 44 19 


4.7 


11 0601 


298 


6 26 


5 01 


11 16 


9 09 


6 31 


4 56 


11 24 


8 59 


12 04 05 


11 44 12 


5.7 


1 1 02 05 


299 


6 28 


5 00 


11 59 


10 02 


6 32 


4 55 


om 07 


9 53 


12 24 41 


11 44 06 


6.7 


105809 


300 


6 30 


4 58 


am 37 


10 59 


6 33 


4 54 


43 


10 51 


12 45 10 


11 44 00 


7.7 


105413 


301 


6 31 


4 56 


1 14 


11 67 


6 35 


4 51 


1 19 


11 61 


13 05 22 


11 43 55 


8.7 


105017 


302 


6 33 


4 55 


1 47 


a.m. 


6 36 


4 49 


1 51 


a.m. 


13 25 27 


11 43 51 


9.7 


104621 


303 


6 34 


4 54 


2 20 


59 


6 38 


4 47 


2 22 


55 


13 45 15 


11 43 47 


10.7 


104225 


304 


6 35 


4 53 


2 52 


2 04 


6 40 


4 46 


2 52 


2 01 


14 04 55 


11 43 34 


11.7 


103829 


305 


6 36 


4 52 


3 25 


3 10 


6 42 


4 45 


3 22 


3 09 


14 24 15 


11 43 42 


12.7 


103433. 



[18] 



Third Fall Month. ] 



NOVEMBER, 1884. 



19 



MOON S PHASES. 


00 

f 

< 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


B 

> 

=. 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


() Full Moon 


8 

9 
17 
25 

4 

! .< 


h m 
3 19am 
5 55 pm 
54pm 
4 58 pin 

11 00am 
10 00pm 


h m 
3 52am 
6 28pm 
1 27 pm 
5 31pm 

Noon. 
11 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45 


Beg. 

AM. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 
A.M. 


End. 

P M 


O Lost Quarter 


A New Moon 


1 

11 

21 


h m 
5 00 
5 12 
5 22 


h m 
6 28 
6 17 
6 11 


h m 
o 00 
5 12 
5 25 


h m 
6 27 
6 17 
6 07 


/ // 

16 10 
16 12 
16 14 


/ // 
16 19 
15 30 
14 46 


/ // 

I 18 13 
1 18 10 
1 18 07 


/ // 

1 50 38 
1 50 33 
I 60 29 


CPerisree . 


CAnoffee 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 



Venus . 
Mars ., 
Jupiter 
Saturn ., 
Uranus . 



NOVEMBER 1ST. 


NOVEMBER HTH. 


NOVEMBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 


h m 
2 58 a 
8 56 a 
044 a 
708p 
3 17 a 


h m 
10 08 a 
1 26 p 
733 
2 48 a 
9 20 a 


h m 
318/> 
555;? 
221p 
10 25 a 
323;? 


4.2 
66.7 
33.5 
23.2 
44.7 


h m 
3 19a 
8 54 a 
010 a 
627 p 
2 36 a 


h m 
9 12 a 
1 17;? 
6 58 a 
2 07 a 
8 38 a 


h m 
305;? 
540;? 
145;? 
9 44 a 
240;? 


o 
47.5 

680 
34.0 
23 2 
44.9 


h m 
4 06 a 
8 52 a 
11 23;? 
645;* 
8 02 a 


h m 
924(7 
1 \Qp 
6230 
1 24 a 
804 


h m 
242;? 
528;? 
1 09;? 
9 00 a 
206^ 


60.1 
68.8 
34 3 
23.1 
45.3 



NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A M 



P.M. 



E 
8 


Day of 

\Vtitib- 


of Yar. 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


Su.v. 


MOON. 


SUN. MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


C s 


Upper 


^ 


VT eeK. 


>-, 










Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


| 


* 

a 


Rises. Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole Star. 








h m h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m s 


days 


h m s 


1 


Saturday i306 


6 374 50 


3 59 


4 20 


6 44 


4 44 3 55 4 22 


N14 43 27 


11 43 41 


13.7 


103036 


2 


SUND Y. 


307 


6 384 49 


4 38 


5 30 


6 46 


4 42 4 33 


5 Si 


15 02 19 


11 43 41 


14.7 


102640 


3 


Monday . 308 


6 39|4 48 


5 22 


6 46 


6 484 41 5 14! 6 51 


15 21 02 


11 43 41 


15.7 


102244 


4 


Tuesday. 


309 


6 404 47 


6 12 


7 58 


6 494 39, 6 03 


8 05 


15 39 25!11 43 43 


16.7 


101848 


5 


Wednea... 310 


6 424 46 


7 07 


9 07 


6 50 


4 38 6 58 


9 15 


15 57 57 


11 43 45 


17.7 


101452 


6 


Thursd y 


311 


6 484 45 


8 09 


10 11 


6 51 


4 37 7 59 


10 19 


16 15 30 


11 43 48 


13.7 


101056 


7 


Friday ... 


312 


6 444 44 


9 16 


11 08 


6 53 


4 35 9 06 


11 15 


16 33 10 


11 43 52 


19.7 


100700 


8 


Saturday 313 


3 45 1 42 


10 21 


11 55 


6 64 


4 3410 13pm 01 


16 50 29 


11 43 56 


20.7 


100304 


9 


SUNDT. 314 


6 47 4 4i 


11 30 


ptn36 


6 56 


4 3311 23 


41 


17 07 31 


11 44 02 


21.7 


95907 


10 


Monday 


315 


6 4814 40 


a.m. 


1 11 


6 57 


4 31 a.m. 


1 14 


17 24 15 


11 44 08 


22.7 


955 12 


11 


Tuesday. 


316 


6 49i4 39 


35 


1 43 


6 58 


4 30 30 


1 44 


17 40 42 


11 44 15 


23.7 


951 14 


12 


Wedne*... 317 


6 51 4 38 


1 39 


2 13 


6 59 


4 29 1 36 


2 13 


17 56 51 


11 44 23 


24.7 


947 17 


13 


rimrsd y 318 


6 52 4 37 


2 41 


2 41 


7 01 


4 28 2 39 2 41 


18 12 40 


11 44 32 


25.7 


94320 


14 


Friday... 319 


6 544 36 


3 42 


3 11 


7 02 4 27 3 43 


3 09 


18 28 16 


11 44 42 


26.7 


93924 


15 


Saturday 320 


6 654 35 


4 42 


3 42 


7 04 


4 26 4 45 


3 37 


18 43 27 


11 44 53 


27.7 


93527 


16 


SUND Y 321 


6 56 4 34 


5 40 


4 15 


7 06 


4 25 5 44 4 08 


18 58 1811 45 04 


28.7 


93131 


17 Monday . 


322 


6 574 33 


6 37! 


4 52 


7 07 


4 24 6 43 


4 43 


19 12 50 


11 45 17 


29.7 


92735 


18 


Tuesday 


323 


6 584 32 


7 33 


5 31 


7 08 


4 23 7 40 5 22 


19 27 00 


11 45 30 


0.9 


92339 


19 


Wedoes... 


324 


7 004 31 


8 25 ! 


6 15 


7 09 4 21 8 32 6 05 


19 40 49 


11 45 44 


1.9 


91943 


20 


Thursd y 


325 


7 01 4 30 


9 13 


7 04 


7 11 


4 20 9 21 


6 54 


19 54 17! 


11 45 59 


2.9 


91557 


21 


Friday ... 


326 


7 024 29 


9 56 


7 55 


7 12 


4 2010 05i 7 45 


20 07 29 


11 46 15 


3.9 


91151 


22 


Saturday 327 


7 034 29 


10 36 


8 49 


7 14 


4 1910 44 8 41 


20 20 14 ! 


11 46 31 


4.9 


90754 


23SUNDT 328 


7 054 28 


11 13 


9 48 


7 15 


4 19 11 19 9 41 


20 32 35 


11 46 48 


5.9 


90357 


24 


Monday 329 


7 064 2811 47 


10 46 


7 17 


4 1811 62i 10 41 


20 44 34 


11 47 06 


6.9 


90000 


25 


Tuesday. 330 


7 074 27 


pm 19 


11 48 


7 18 


4 17pm 22 11 43 


20 56 09 


11 47 25 


7.9 


85603 


26 


Wednes... 331 


7 084 27 


49 


a.m. 


7 19 


4 16 60 a.m. 


21 07 3311 47 44 8.9 


8 52 06 


27 


Thursd y 332 


7 104 26 


1 19 


52 


7 20 


4 16 1 19 


49 


21 18 11 


11 48 04 9.9 


84810 


28 


Fridiy . 333 


7 11 4 26 


1 52 


1 57 


7 22 


4 15 1 50 


1 65 


21 28 35 ; 


11 48 25 : 10. 9 


84414 


29 Saturday 334 


7 124 25 


2 29 


3 06 


7 23 


4 15 2 25 3 08 


21 38 35 


11 48 46 11.9 


84018 


30.SIJNDT. 3357 134 25 


3 10 


4 21 


7 24 


4 141 3 03.4 22 


21 48 10 


11 49 0812.9 


83622 



[19] 



20 



DECEMBER, 1884. [First Winter Month. 



Moon s PHASES. 


-jj 
P 

< 
a 


TORONTO. 


Q KBEC. 


n 

;- 


] 

i ; 
21 


Twilight begmf or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


O Full Moon 


2 

g 

17 
26 

2 
in 
5] 


h m 
1 42 pm 
6 13 am 
8 07 am 
8 04am 
10 00pm 
11 00pm 
|!1 00am 


h m 
2 ] 5 prn 
6 46 am 
8 40am 
8 37am 
11 00pm 
midnight 
uoon. 


! ORONTO. i QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance 


Greatest 
Kloiiga- 
tion. 
Lai. 45. 


Beg. 
A.M. 


End 

P.M. 


Be<. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


O Last Quarter 
f) First Quarter 
A NPW Moon ,... 


h m 
5 32 
5 41 

5 47 


h m 
6 07 
6 07 
6 10 


/( 111 

5 3(5 
5 45 
5 52 


n m 
6 01 
6 02 
6 05 


/ // 
16 16 
16 17 

16 18 


/ // jo / // 

16 41!1 18 04 
15 07 1 18 01 
14 591 17 59 


o / // 

1 50 2c 
1 50 21 
1 50 1! 


< Perifee 


CA Donee . 







The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


DECEMBEB 1st. 


DKCEMBKK UTH. 


DJ5CKMBKK 21sT. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rise8 Me,id. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zun. 
dist. 


Kises, 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
4 06 a 
8 47 a 
1058^ 
602/ 

1 26 a 


k m 
9 24 a 
1 04 p 
547 a 
042 a 
727 a 


h m 

2 42 p 
520/> 
032;y 
8 18 
I 28 


66.2 
69.3 
34.5 
23.3 
45.4 


h m k m 
4 32 a 9 32 a 
841 a 058/> 
1021/?; 509rf 
4 20 pill 55 p 
47 ai 6 48 a 


A m 
233^ 
5 14/> 
1 1 53 a 
7 36 a 
049p 


60 1 
69.3 
34.6 
23 3 
45.4 


h m 

4 56 a 
8 33 a 
942/> 
337/> 
010 a 


h m 
942/v 
052^ 
4 30 
11 1 2 p 
610ff 


h m 
2 28 p 
5 10y 
11 14a 
6 53 a 
10 


63.4 
68.9 
34.7 
23.4 
45 4 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus... 



NOTE. In the above Table a signifies A.M. andp P.M. 





i is 


TORONTO. 


QUEBBXX 


CANADA. 


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Day of 


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SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 










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Sun a 


Sun 


fi s 


Upper 


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Declina 


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Ago 


Cran^it of 


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Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


N oon. 


P"leStai. 








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h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


o / // 


A m s 


days 


h m g 


1 


Monday . 


336 


1 144 25 


3 54 


5 327 26 


4 13 


3 45 


5 37 


N21 57 20 


11 49 3] 


\ 3 . 9 


S 32 26 


2 


Tuesday. 


337 


7 154 24 


4 50 


6 44 


7 27 


4 13 


4 46 


6 61 22 06 04 


11 49 55 


14.9 


8 28 29 


5 Wednes. . 


338 


7 164 24 


5 42 


7 50 


7 28 


4 13 5 31 


7 58 


22 14 12 


11 50 18 


15.9 


8 24 32 


4 


Thursd y 


339 


7 17 4 24 


6 50 


8 51 


7 29 


4 13 


6 39 


8 59 


22 22 12 


il 50 43 


16.9 


8 20 35 


5 


Friday ... 


340 


7 184 24 


8 08 


9 45 


7 30 


4 13 


7 59i 9 52 22 29 80 


11 51 08 


17.9 


8 16 38 


6 


Saturd y. 


341 


7 194 24 


9 16 


10 31 


7 31 


4 13 


9 1010 36 


22 36 40 


11 51 34 


18.9 


8 12 41 


7 


SUND Y. 


342 


7 204 24 


10 22 


11 11 


7 32 


4 12 


10 1811 14 


22 43 14 


11 52 00 


19.9 


8 08 44 


8 


Mon.lay . 


343 7 21 4 24 


11 30 


11 47 


7 33 


4 12 


11 27 


;11 49 


22 49 23 


11 52 26 


20.9 


8 04 48 


9 


Tuesday 


3447 224 23 


a m. 


pm!7 


7 34 


4 12 


a m. 


pm 17 


22 55 03 


11 52 54 


21.9 


8 00 52 


10;Wedue8... 


3457 234 23 


32" 467 35 


4 12 


31 


46 


23 00 17 


11 53 2! 


22.9 


7 56 56 


ll Thursd y 


3467 244 23 


1 34 


1 167 36 


4 12 


1 35; 1 12 


23 05 03 


11 53 49 


23.1 


7 53 00 


12 Friday .. 


347i7 254 24 


2 36 


1 477 37 


4 12 


2 38 1 41 


23 09 17 


11 54 17 


24.9 


7 49 03 


13 Saturd y 


348 j7 264 24 3 36 


2 177 38 


4 12 


3 39 2 10 


23 13 08 


11 54 46 


25.9 


7 45 06 


143UNDT. 


3497 264 24i 4 32 


2 527 39 


4 12 


4 38 2 43 


23 16 31 


11 55 15 


26.9 


7 41 09 


15 Monday . 


350 7 27 4 25 5 28 


3 307 40 


4 13 


5 35 3 21 


23 19 27 


11 55 44 


27.1 


7 37 12 


16 


Tuesday. 


351 7 28 4 25j 6 20 


4 137 40 


4 13 


6 28 4 03 23 21 55 


11 56 14 


28.9 


7 33 15 


17 


Wednes... 


352 


7 294 25, 7 10 5 007 41 


4 13 


7 19 4 49 23 23 54 


11 56 43 


29.9 


7 29 18 


ie 


Thursd y 


353 


7 294 26 7 57 


5 51 


7 4L 


4 14 


8 05 5 41 


23 25 20 


11 57 13 


1. 1 


7 25 21 


18 


Friday ... 


354 


7 304 26; 8 37 


6 437 42 


4 14 


8 44 6 34 23 26 24 


11 57 43 


2.1 


7 21 25 


20 Saturd y 


355 


7 304 27 9 16 7 407 43 


4 15 


9 22 7 32 23 26 59 


11 58 13 


3.1 


7 17 29 


2HSUND Y 


356 


7 31 4 27 9 51 


8 387 43 


4 15 


9 55 8 33 


23 27 05 


11 58 43 4. 1 


7 13 33 


22 Monday 


357 


7 31 4 28 10 23 9 39 7 44 


4 15 


10 26 9 35 


23 26 43 


11 59 13 5.1 


7 09 36 


23 


Tuesday 


358 


7 324 2810 54 10 40 


7 44 


4 16 


10 5610 37 


23 25 49 


11 59 43 


6.1 


7 05 39 


24 


Wednes.. 


359 


7 324 2911 2311 43 


7 45 


4 16 


11 2311 42 23 24 31 


12 00 12 


7. ! 


7 01 42 


K 


Thursd j 


36C 


7 334 31 


HI 54 a.m. 


7 45 


4 17 


11 51 a.m. 23 22 44 


12 00 43 


8. 1 


n 57 45 


2f 


> Friday .. 


361 


7 334 31 


pin 24 47 


7 454 18 


prn 21 48 23 20 29 


12 01 12 


9-1 
. 


6 53 48 


27 Saturd y 


362 


7 334 31 1 01 


1 55 


7 45 


4 19 


55 1 58 


23 17 47 


12 01 42 10. 1 


6 49 52 


28|SUND Y 


363 


7 334 32 1 43 3 05 


7 46 


4 IS 


1 35 3 10 


23 14 35 


12 02 11 11. 1 


6 45 56 


29 Monday 


364 


7 344 32 2 31 


4 ie 


7 46 


4 20 


2 22 4 23 


23 10 51 


12 02 40,12.1 


6 42 09 


3C 


> Tuesday 


365 


7 344 33 3 25 5 2 


7 46 


4 21 


3 16 5 33 


23 06 44 


12 03 0913.-1 


6 38 03 


31 Wednes. 


3667 344 34 4 29 6 31 


7 46 


4 21 


4 19 6 40| 23 02 10 


12 03 37 14. 


6 34 05 



[20] 



1884.] 



METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER. 



21 



GENERAL METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR THE YEAR 1882. MAGNETICAL OBSERVATORY, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Latitude 43 39 .4 North. Longitude 5h. 17m. 33s. West. Elevation above Lake Ontario, 108 feet Approximate Elevation above the Sea, 350 feet. 


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Mean Temperature 
Difference from average (42 years) ... 
Thermic anomaly (lat. 43 40 ) 

Highest temperature 
Lowest temperature 
Monthly and Annual Ranges 
Moan maximum temperature 
Mean minimum temperature 
Mean daily range 
Greatest daily range 


Mean height of the Barometer 
Difference from average (41 years)... 

Highest barometer 
Lo\fet barometer 
Monthly and Annual Ranges 


Mean humidity of the air 


Mean elasticity of aqueous vapour .. 


Mean of cloudiness 
Difference from average (28 years) ... 


Resultan direction of the wind 
velocity of tho wind 
Mean velocity (miles per hour) 
Differences from average (34 years)... 


Total amount of rain 
Differences from average (42 years)... 
Number of days rain 


Total amount of snow 
Differences from average (39 years) . 
Number of days of snow 


Number of fair days 


Number of Auroras observed 


Possible to see Aurora ( No of nights)... 


Number of Thunderstorms 


Numb*r of hours Sunshine 
Ratio to poraible Sunshine 



[21] 



22 



METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER. 



[1884. 



TEMPERATURE. 


_ ^ 
WIND. 




1882. 


Average 
42 years. 


Extremes. 




1( , 89 Average 
882 33 years. 


Extremes, 


Mean temperature 
of the year "... 


45.42 
Aug. 

67.39 
Jan. 

23.17 

44.22 
2.11 
Feb. 

7.56 
Aug. 7. 

76.36 
Jan. 36. 

10.17 
July 26. 

89.9 
Jan. 21. 

17.4 
107.3 


44.21 
July. 

67.71 
Feb. 

22.77 

44.94 
2.50 
Jan. 
3.80 

77.95 

3 

91.0 

-11.9 
102.9 


47.09 
in 1878. 
July. 68 

75.80 
Feb., 75. 

10.16 

3.71 
in 1875. 
Feb , 75. 

12.61 
July 14, 
1868. 
84.50 
Feb. 6, 
18.55. 
Jan. 22, 
1859. 
14.38 
Aug. 24, 
1854. 
99.2 
(an. 10, 
1859. 
26.5 
118.2 


40.77 
in 1873. 
Aug., 60 

64.46 
Feb., 48 

26.00 

July 31, 
1854. 
72.75 

Dec. 22, 
1842. 

9! 57 
Aug. 19, 
1840. 
82.4 
Jan. 2, 
1842. 
1.9 
87.0 


Resultant direction 
Resultant velocity 


N47 W 
2.11 
10.42 
March. 
13.25 
Aug. 
8.00 
Jan. 22. 
26.46 
Oct. 13. 

3.71 

Jan. 22. 
3-4am. 

46.0 


N 62 W 
2.08 
7.56 
March. 
9.60 
July. 
5.46 

25.68 
41.1 


10.54 
in 1880. 
April, 80 

13.88 
Aug., 52 
3.30 

Nov. 7, 
1880. 
41.67 

NOT. 7, 
1880. 
3-4 a.m. 
55.5 


5.10 
in 1853 
Jan , 48 

5.82 
Sept., 60 
5.79 

Dec. 2, 
1848. 
15.30 

Mar" 14. 
1853. 
11-nocn. 
25.6 


Warmest month ... 
Mean temp, of the 
warmest month . 
Coldest month 
Mean temp of the 
coldest month ... 
Diff.betw.temperat 
of the warmest & 
coldest months... 
Mean of deviations 
of monthly means 
Month of greatest 
deviation 


Mean velocity with 
out reg. to direct. 
Month of greatest 
mean velocity 
Greatest monthly 
mean velocity. ... 
Month of least mean 


Least monthly m n 
velocity 


Day greatest mean 
velocity 
Greatest daily mean 


Correspond, magni 
tude of deviation. 
Warmest day 
Mean temperat. of 
the warmest day. 

Coldest day 

Mean tem.of cold. d. 
Date highest temp 

Highest temperat.. 
Date lowest temp... 

Lowest temperat.... 
Range of the year . 


Day of least mean 
velocity 
Least daily mean 


Hour of greatest 
absolute velocity 

Greatest velocity ... 


RAIN. 




1882. 


Average 
42 years. 


Extremes. 


Total depth of rain 


20.587 
110 

May. 
3.580 

Aug. 
14 

June 3. 
1.360 


28.105 
111 

Sept. 
3.477 

Oct. 
13 

1.961 


43.555 
in 1843. 
132 
in 1878. 

Sept., 43 
9.760 

Jan. 69 
Oct., 64. 

22 

Sept.,14, 
1843. 
3.455 


17.574 
in 1874. 
80 
in 1841. 

Sept., 48 
3.115 

May, 41 
11 

Sept.,14 
1848. 
1.000 


BAROMETER. 


Number of days in 
which rain fell... 
Month in which the 
greatest depth of 
rain fell 




1882 i4\7ea a r g s e Extremes. 


Mean press, of year 

Month highest m p. 
Highest mean m p 
Month lowest m. p. 
Lowest mean m. p. 
Date of highest pres 
sure in the year. 
Highest pressure... 
Date of lowest pres 
sure in the year. 
Lowest pressure . ... 
Range of the year. 


29.6515 

Nov. 
29.7530 
June. 
29.4925 

Jan. 24. 
30.447 

April 1 9. 

28.781 
1.666 


29.6162 

Sept. 
29.6629 
June. 

29.5692 

30 .368 

28 .716 
1.652 


29.6770 
in 1849. 
Jan.. 49 
29.8046 
Mar.. 59 
29.41-13 
Jan. 8, 
1866. 
30.940 
Jan. 2, 
1870. 
28.166 
2.133 
in 1866. 


29.5602 
in 1864. 
Jun, 64 
29.6525 
Nov., 49 
29.5886 
Mar. 7, 
1878. 
30.139 
Mar. 17, 
184.x 
28.939 
1.303 
in 1845. 


Greatest depth of 
rain in one month 
Month in which the 
days of rain were 
most frequent. ... 
Greatest number of 
rainy days in one 


Days in which the 
greatest amount 
of rain fell 


Greatest amount of 
rain in one day... 


SNOW. 


RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 




1882. - 


Average 
4l years. 


Extremes. 




1882. 


Average 
39 years 


Extremes 


Total depth of snow 


42.5 

62 

Dec. 

15.8 

Dec. 

18 

Nov. 25. 
4.5 


69.9 
64.5 

Feb. 
17.5 

Jan. 
14.1 

9.4 


122.9 
in 1874. 
87 
in 1859. 

Mar., 70 
62.4 

Dec., 72 

24 

Mar 2S, 

1876. 

16.2 


37.3 

in 1877. 
33 
in 1848. 

Dec., 61. 
10.7 

Feb., 48. 

8 

Feb. 3. 

1880. 

5.3 


Mean humid of year 
Month of greatest 
humidity 


74 

Dec. 
83 
Ap. May 
65 


77 

Jan. 
83 
May. 
71 


82 in 51 

Jan., 57 
89 
Feb., 43 
58 


73 in 58 

Dec., 58 
81 
Apr., 49 
76 


Number of days in 
which snow fell . 
Month in which the 
greatest depth of 
snow fell 


G st mean mon. hu 
Month of least hu. 
L st mean mou. hu. 


EXTENT OF SKY CLOUDED. 


Greatest depth of 
snow in one mon 
Month in which the 
days of snow were 
most frequent. ... 
Greatest number of 
days of snow in 
one month 




1882. 


Average 
29 yeirs. 


Extremes 


Mean cloud, of year 

Most cloudy month 
G st monthly mean 
Least cloudy month 
L st monthly mean 


0.63 

Dec. 

0.87 
Sept. 
0.51 


0.61 

Dec. 
0.7C 
Aug. 
0.48 


0.66 In 

69, 76. 

o"89 
o /29 


0.57 
in 1856. 

0.73 

o .50 


Day in which the 
greatest amount 
of snow fell 
Greatest fall of mow 
in one day ... 



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PUBLIC DEBT. 

Payable in London. 

Debentures, Imperial Guaranteed Loan, 4 per cent., issued 
on account of Intercolonial Railway 
Debentures, Imperial Guaranteed Loan, 4 percent., issued 
on account of Rupert s Land 
Debentures, not guaranteed, 5 per cent. 
Loan, issued on account of Intercolonial 
Railway .12,725,333 34 
Less in hands of Financial Agents .. 292,000 00 


Debentures, Consolidated Canadian 5 per 
cent. Loan 120,595,393 14 
Inscriptions, Consolidated Canadian 5 per 
cent. Loan 10,779,20840 


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1876 $6,871,733 32 
Inscriptions, Dominion 4 per cent. Loan of 
1876 5,294,98334 


Debentures, Imperial Guaranteed Dominion Loan of 1878. 
Debentures, not guaranteed, Dominion 4 
per cent. Loan of 1878 $4,420,880 02 
Debentures, not guaranteed, Dominion 4 
per cent. Loan of 1879 384,579 99 
Inscriptions, not guaranteed, Dominion 4 
per cent. Loans of 1878 and 1879 11 094,639 99 


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INVESTMENTS. 

Sinking Fund, Consolidated Canadian Loan 
Intercolonial Railway Loan 
Rupert s Land Guaranteed Loan .. 
Prnvince oi British Columbia 
Dominion Loan of 1874 
Dominion Loan of 1875 
Dominion Loan of 1876 
Duniinion Loan of 1878 
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Consolidated Fund Investment Accon 
Receiver-General s 5 per cent. Inserib 
Quebec Harbour Debentures 
Montreal Harbour Commission 
Improvement of the St. Lawrence . . 
Graving Dock, Quebec 
Northern Railway Bond Account .... 


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Laehiuc Canal 
Welland Canal 
Ottawa Works 


St. Peter s Canal 
Lake St. Peter 
Chambly Canal and River Richelieu.. 
Burlington Bay Canal 



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bearing 5 per cent, interest . . 2,040 
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PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 

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Unpaid Dividends 

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Owen Sound Harbour, Special Account .. 
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Ing Bro & Co., Dividend Account .. . 
lows Pensions and Uncommuted 81 


BANKING ACCOUN 

Cash Account 


Post Deposit Account 
Less Unpaid Certificates .. .. 


|l]j 


Morton, Rose & Co 
Crown Agents for the Colonies 
Imperial Government 
Money Order Account 
Militia Paymaster 
Silver Account, 20-cent pieces 
Services 
Savings Bank, Nova Scotia, Special . 
Sinkinit Funds. Suecial Account . 


.g : : : 5 5 : 
1 


lli 3 


!!! 



[25] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1884. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada from all sources for the year ended June 30th, 1S8S. 



RECEIPTS. 


AMOUNT TOTAL. 


PAYMENTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


CONSOLIDATED FUND. 

Customs $21 753 306 00 


$ c. 
21,581,57005 
5,884,859 95 

1,587,888 15 

2,711,134 30 
82,616 45 

733,628 44 

180,380 83 
177,992 11 
42,989 13 
5,179 13 

17^677 13 

64,991 35 
45,914 77 
2,900 67 
21,420 33 
15,277 78 
23,687 45 
4,263 99 
834 38 
45,753 34 
18,579 93 
24,224 63 
46.426 39 
16,744 60 
3,084 72 
2,524 00 
1,248 26 
9,315 44 
27,989 70 
2,358 12 


$ c. 

33,383,455 52 

15,490,482 07 
77,718 85 


CONSOLIDATED FUND. 

Interest on Public Debt 
Charges of Management 
Premium, Discount and Ex- 


$ C. 

7,740,804 47 
191,075 05 

68.4S7 62 
1,2-26,205 80 
946.031 05 
581,695 72 
12.841 11 
293,616 76 


$ c. 

27,067,103 58 
12,605,252 03 


Less Duties 
refunded . . 171,735 95 


Excise $5,894 639 01 


Sinkiii" Fund 


Less Duties 
refunded .. 9,779 06 


Civil Government . ... 


Administration of Justice .. 
Police 


Post Office : 
Ordinary 
Revenue . . $1,542,784 40 
Ocean Postage 524 81 
Money Order 44,578 94 


Penitentiaries 


Legislation 


582,200 36 
112,01840 
20,741 89 
252,661 42 
253,061 02 
53, IOC 57 


Scientific Institutions .... 


Arts, Agriculture & Statistics 
Census 


Immigration and Quarantine. 
Marine Hospitals 


Public Works.. 2,713,22493 
Less Duties 
refunded . . 2,090 63 


Pensions 


101.196 96 
160,319 95 
368,456 47 
772,811 79 
1,422,440 74 

398,739 29 
461,880 74 
9-> 700 71 


Superannuation Fund 
Mounted Police 
Militia and Enrolled Forces.. 
Public, Works and Buildings. 
Ocean and iiiver Steamboat 
Packet Servii e 


Bill Stamps 


Interest on Investments, 
Permanent 


Interest on Investments, 
Temporary 


Lighthouse and Coast Service 


Casual 


Ordnance Lands 


Steamboat Inspection 
Insurance Superintendence.. 


14.835 97 
0,072 87 
1,183,41440 
3,530.999 48 
116,713 21 

6,097,969 15 
4,307,805 51 

8,297,446 52 

1,900,000 00 
900.00H 00 
300,000 00 
300,000 00 
253,0iiii >" 
200,000 00 
I75,(HIO 00 
I50,00ii 00 
100,000 00 
50,000 00 


Bank Imposts 


Fines and Forfeitures, in 
cluding Seizures 


Subsidies to Provinces 
Miscellaneous 


Premium, Discount and Ex 
change 


Charges on Revenue : 
Customs $723 91 ! 85 


Mariner s Fund 


Marine Hospitals 


Excise 2&0 573 51 


Harbour Police 


Weights & M en 
sures and Gas 
Inspection .. 69,323 49 
Insp. of Staples 93344 
Adult n of Food 9.90S 06 
Post Office 1,98(1,567 25 
Public Works.. 2. 89:1, 512 92 
Domiuio Lands 81,899 57 
Culling Timber. 5l,3f>0 65 
Minor Revenues 5,916 HI 


Steamboat Inspection Fund . 
Fisheries 


Lighthouse and Coast Service 
Harbour Improvements .... 
Cullers Fees 


Militia 


Penitentiaries 


Superannuation 


Dominion Steamers 


Canada Gazette 


Gas Inspection 


REDEMPTION*. 

Redemption 4,307,318 85 
Overdue Deben- 


Law Stamps 


Insurance Superintendence.. 
Weights and Measures .... 


Supreme Court Reports .... 

LOANS. 

Dominion Notes 




Savin^s Banks : 
Post Office . . 3,46 1 ,fi!S 31 
Nova S -.ot.i.i. . 1,877,761 63 
Nova Sc i ia, 
Susp. Ac t. 27 13 
Nova Scotia, 
Int. A T t, 
Suspense .. 20 21 
N. Brunswick. 775,642 91 
Toronto 361 577 95 


1,260,945 86 
10000 

14,229,436 21 


Dominion Stock 


Savings Banks: 
Post Office $6,727,054 07 
Nova Scotia .. 2.761,515 12 
Nova Scotia, 
Interest Ac 
count, Susp. 132 44 
N. Brunswick. 1,526,881 66 
N. Brunswick, 
Interest Ac 
count, Susp. 33 76 
Toronto . . . . 460 323 96 


Winnipe" 66448626 


Br. Columbia. 8-. 4,07l 85 
P. E. Island.. 332,239 28 


INVESTMENTS. 

Bank of Montreal, Sp 1 Acc. t. 
Bank of Commerce, S r; . r<; t 

Ontario Bank Spei-i;ii Aee. t . 
Quebec, li-ink, Special Acc. t . 
Merchant s B k, Special Aec t, 
Molson s Bank, Sped il Aec t 
Ban. Natioiiale, Special Aec l 
Union Bank, Special \cconnt 
B k of Nova Scotia, Sp l Acc t 
Imperial B.tnk, Special Acc t. 

Carried forward .... 

B] 


Winnipeg.... 1,030, 603 83 
Br. Columbia . 1,109,568 04 
P. E. Island .. 613,323 33 


INVESTMENTS. 

Consolidated Fund, Invest 
ment Accounts 




Carried forward 






48,951,656 44 

[2 


4,328,066 67 


39,672,355 61 





1884.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA (Continued). 



RKCKIPT8. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


PAYMENTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


Brought forward 


$ c. 


$ c. 
48,951,656 44 

315,167 18 

676,987 61 
1,744,456 48 
4,600,000 00 

123,804 25 

5276 


Brought forward .... 

INVESTMENTS (Continued). 

Standard Bank, Special Acc t 
Maritime Bank, New Bruns 
wick, Special Account 
Improv. of the St. Lawrence. 


$ C. 

4,328,066 67 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 
194,000 00 
53,860 00 
50,000 00 


| 

139,672,355 61 

4,725,926 67 
257,277 97 

236,234 85 

6,839,179 29 
511,882 32 

3,188,936 09 

362,664 61 
617,176 31 


TRUST FUNDS. 

Indian Fund 


314,750 62 

416 56 


Widows Pensions and Un- 
coiniriuted Stipends, Lower 
Canada 


PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 

Province of Canada, Debt 
Account 


50290 
253,066 67 
242 22 
120,000 00 
300,000 00 
1,372 27 
1,803 55 


Graving Dock Quebec 


TRUST FUNDS. 

Indian Fund. 




Province of Nova Scotia, 
Debt Account 


PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 

Prov. of Canada, Debt Acc t. 
Prov. of Quebec, Debt Acc t. 
Pr. of Nova Scotia, Debt Acc t 
Prov. of N. B., Debt Account 
Province of New Brunswick, 
Subsidy Account, Advance 
Pr. of Man., Sub. Acc t, Adv. 
Pr. of Manitoba, Debt Acc t . 
Pr. of P. E. I., Land Account 
Pr. of Ont. & Que., Sp l Acc t 

PUBLIC WORKS. 

Intercolonial Railway 


4,376 11 
611 49 
11,113 22 

6,589 00 

135,000 00 
3,400 SO 
50,000 00 
4,409 50 
20,734 73 


Province of Nova Scotia, 
Suspense Account 


Province .if New Brunswick, 
Subsidy Account, Advance 
Pivvince of Quebec, Subsidy 
Account, Advance 


Ptovince of Manitoba, Sub 
sidy Ac count, Advance.. .. 
Province of Ontario, Immi 
gration Account .... 


Dominion Lands, Receipts 




585,56879 
4,589,075 79 
402 03 
37,314 16 
603,402 17 
252,821 33 
73,523 00 
655,800 90 
7,135 63 
48400 
33,635 43 


Pacific: Railway Land Grant 
Bond Account.... 




Pacific Railway 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Maritime Bank, New Bruns 
wick, Special Account .... 
Collingwood Harbour, Special 
Account. . . . 


44,600 00 
7,000 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
19,920 00 
17,780 14 
16,30925 

6,207 55 
1,953 68 
391 38 

142 25 


Prince Ed. Island Railway . . 
Public Buildings, Ottawa 
Welland Canal 


Lachine Canal 


St. Lawrence Canals 


Ottawa Canals 


Murray Canals 


Port Elgin Harbour, Special 
Account 


St. Peter s Canal 
Land and Cable Tel. Lines .. 

Dominion Lands, Capital 


Des Joachim Bridge, Special 


Insurance Companies, De 
posit Account 


C. P. R. Co., Bond Account . 
C. P. R. Co., Current Account 
C. P. R. Co,, Rails, Adv. Acc t 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Contractors Security Acc t.. 
Intercol. R y, Stores Acc t . . 
Intercolonial Railway, Wind 
sor Branch, Stores Account 
Esquimau Graving Dock.. .. 
Rails, Loan Account 


2,033,200 00 
780,736 09 
375,000 00 


Quebec Harbour, Sinking 
Fund .... 


220,631 64 
71,449 69 

1,210 47 
37,769 22 
13,194 35 
12,357 69 
81675 
387 18 
4,17247 

500 00 
175 20 

12,855,940 91 
12,238,764 60 

e 


Bank of Upper Canada, 
Liquidation Account.. 


Prince Edward Island Rail 
way, Stores Account 


Unpaid Dividends .. . 


Copyright Duty 


Law Pees, .Maritime Court 
Ontario .. . 


Bank of P. E. I., Open Acc t. 
B k of Upp Can., Adv. Acc t 
Queen s Printer, Adv. Acc t . 
Stationery Office, Stock Acc t 
Seigniorial Tnd. to Township, 
Investment Account 


To Balance of Sundry Trans 
fers through Consolidated 
Fund Statement 






1 


Unpaid Coupons 


AddBal. due by 
Sundry Bank 
ing Acc ts, 82.$12,863,994 29 

Less Bal. due to 
Sundry Bank 
ing Acc ts. 82 8,05338 


Off Bal. of Bank 
ing Acc tR, 81 $12,391,284 03 

[.ess Trail, thro 
Consol. Fund 
Statement . . 15-2,519 43 


n 


56,411,62472 

[2 


56,411,624 72 



28 



DEBENTURE DEBT PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 



[1884. 



DEBENTURE DEBT, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statement showing that portion of the Funded Debt of Canada payable therein 30th June, 1882. 



4 - 

ess 

a 5 
o a 
a 3 


ovince 
Canada. 


M 

Ii 

<5 3 


ce 2 

S o 


81-2 
r?l 


miniou. 


Grand 
Total. 


i 

#3 
a g 
2 9 


.11 

S3 


* 
*\ 

Ii 


II 


111 
Ji~ S 3 


j 
a 

3 


Grand 
Total. 


It-S 


- *H 

ft* o 





S5 M 


3.3 







fer * 
I>T3 


S 


pa 





ft-j^i-i 


1 




Past 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Due. 


400 









8,000 


17,900 


Pr d. 


114 850 




951,920 


69,500 


8,000 


1,144,270 


1882 








49,500 




49,500 


1886 


12,000,000 










12,000.000 


1883 


109.750 






10,500 




120,250 


1893 










538,000 


538,000 


1884 


4,700 










4,700 


1895 




38400 








38,400 


1885 






951,920 






951,920 


189S 




84500 








84.500 


__ _ 








* 


.... 






* * * * 








9 095 835 


9 095 835 


Fr d. 


114850 




95 1 9 9 


09 500 


8 000 


1 141 270 






























Tot. 


12,114.850 


122,900 


951,920 


69,500 


9,641,835 


22,901,005 



No. 2. Statement showing that portion of the Debt of Canada payable in London 30th June, 1882. 



When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Total Currency. 


Wh.>n 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Total Currency. 


Past due . 
1882 


30,800 
4,000 
377,300 
268,200 
6,671,336 2 9 
96,800 
116,900 
347.200 
193,000 
143.000 o 
100,000 


$149,893 33 
19,4(i6 66 
1,836,393 33 
1,305,240 00 
32,467,169 20 
471>093 33 
568,913 33 
1,689,706 67 , 
939,266 67 
695,933 33 
486,666 67 


Forward. . 
1903 


8,317,736 2 9 
1,500.000 
500,000 
1,800.000 
4,000,000 
1,000,000 
1,500,000 
2,500,000 
1,500,000 
4,500,000 


$40,629,542 5 2 
7,300,000 00 
2,433,333 34 
8,760,006 00 
19.466,666 67 
4,866,666 67 
7,300,000 00 
12,166,666 6T 
7,300,000 00 
21,900,000 00 


1883.. 


1903 


1884 . 


1903 


1885 


1904 


1886. . 


1905, NOT. 


1887.. 


1 1910, Oct 


1888 


: 1906, Nov. . 


1889 


1913 


1890.. 


1908 


1894 


Trttn.1 


Forward. 


27,117,736 2 9 


$131,972,982 53 


8.317.736 2 9 


$40.629.542 52 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 

No. 1. Balance Sheet, showing the Receipts and Payments of the Treasurer of Ontario during the year 1883, with 

the Cash Balance on 1st January and Slst December. 



RECEIPTS. 

Balance 

Grammar School Lands . ... 

Crown Lands 

Woods and Forests 

Casual Fees, etc 

Interest on In vestments 

License Fund Account 

Casual Revenue 

Algi >ma Taxes 

Law Stamps 

Education Department 

Public Institutions- 
Central Prison .... 

Reformatory for Boys ,. 

Mercer Reformatory 

Lunatic Asylum, Toronto 

London 

Kingston 

Hamilton 

Orillia 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Belleville. . . 
School of Practical Science, Toronto.. 

Dominion of Canada 

Municipalities Fund 

Common School Lands 

Agricultural Farm, Mirnico, Cap. account 

Drainage Works, rent charges 

Drainage Debentures 

Tile Drainage Debentures 

Lock-up at Huntsville 

Amount withdrawn from Special Deposits 



Total 



I c. 

337,885 22 
6,365 27 

109,318 89 

894,052 19 
29,999 49 

101,927 93 
92,360 72 
30,578 77 
14,099 22 
52,399 89 
30,052 86 

24,403 61 

683 90 

4,354 60 

30,177 18 

8,795 49 

4,083 13 

4,592 46 

1,480 63 

490 00 

585 00 

1,333,569 42 

25,785 63 

29,635 77 

707 95 

6,547 55 

41,026 85 

8S1 00 

1,500 00 

1,230,000 00 



4,448,335 62 



PAYMENTS. 

Civil Government 

Colonization Roads 

Legislation 

Administration of Justice 

Asylums and other Institutions, main. 

Central Prison, maintenance 

Reformatory, Penetanguishene, main.. .. 

Mercer Reformatory, maintenance 

Deaf and Dumb Institute 

Agricultural College 

Institute for the Blind 

School of Technology 

Immigration 

Agriculture, Scientific and M. Institutes. 

Hospitals and Charities 

Education 

Education Refunds 

Crown Lands Expenditure 

Crown Lands Refunds 

Miscellaneous 

Surveys, Inspections, etc 

Locks, Dams, etc 

Public Institutions 

Railway Aid, 41 Vic 

Do. Subsidy, 35 Vic 

Do. Aid, 39 Vic 

Do. Land Subsidy, 40 Vic 

Do Aid, 44 Vic . . 

Municipalities Fund 

Laud Improvement Fund 

Do. do. (special) 

Surplus Distribution 

Common School Fund 

Drainage Debentures 

Tile Drainage Debentures 

Stationery Office 

Widow s and Orphan s Fund 

Investment!, Special Deposits 

Balance in Banks 



Total * 4,448,335 62 



$ c. 

187,081 23 

110,650 00 

165,016 04 

262,731 46 

354,493 92 

72,985 67 

38,106 13 

30,248 07 

37,686 50 

35,697 37 

83,617 71 

5,601 80 

30,414 67 

131,182 53 

78,695 79 

511,268 48 

3,660 10 

83,547 16 

9,102 90 

70,464 93 

2,006 47 

6,635 04 

142,067 10 

8,7C5 10 

144,244 20 

27,760 78 

.57,034 90 

16,640 84 

17,137 28 

11,448 65 

111,158 79 

57,458 73 

25,600 00 

32,119 47 

5,400 00 

1,334 10 

2,347 14 

1,280,000 00 

248,174 57 



[28] 



1884.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC AND NOVA SCOTIA. 



29 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of Receipts and Payments during fi>cal year ended June 30th, 1882. 



RECEIPTS. 

Balance in Banks on 30th June, 1881 

Dominion of Canada, Subsidy 

Interest on Trust Funds 

Rrov. of Ontario, Int. Com. School Fund. 

Crown Lands Department 

Law Stamps 

Registration Stamps 

Building and Jury Fund, &c 

Law Fees, exclusive Of stamps 

Revenue under 39 Vic., Cap. 8 

Fines 

Montreal Court House 

Public Officers : Percentage on Fees .... 

Percentage on renewals 

License Inspectors : License, duties, &c.. 

Legislation 

Lunatic Asylums, from paid patients .... 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Public Works and Buildings ; rents 

Pension Funds 

Quebec Fire Loan 

Municipal Loan Fund, L.C 

Trust Funds 

Repayments 

Interest 

Refunds 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa & Occidental Ry 

Temporary Loans 

Consolidated Railway Fund 



Total 



535,777 71 

959,252 80 

55,459 32 

25,000 00 

800,473 78 

152,651 56 

17,467 05 

16,130 70 

15,598 31 

21,331 94 

1,320 60 

9,215 62 

8,530 57 

1,158 68 

244,016 28 

9,734 35 

2.967 13 

20,988 53 

2,385 26 

23,844 77 

1,160 00 

554,146 83 

6,874 16 

12,000 00 

20,686 27 

6,623 50 

1,024,994 94 

1,206,849 20 

43,161 69 



$5,799,751 55 



PAYMENTS. 

Public Debt, Interest, &c. 

Legislation 

Civil Government ; 

Administration of Justice 

Police 

Reformatories 

Inspection of public offices 

Public Instruction 

Special R. C. Superior Education Fund.. 

Literary and Scientific Institutions 

Arts and Manufactures 

Agriculture 

Immigration and Repatriation 

Colonization 

Public Works and Buildings 

Charities 

Miscellaneous generally 

Pension Fund 

Municipalities Fund, C. S. L., Cap. 110, s. 7 

Crown Lands Department 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Stamps, Licenses, &c 

Special Police for Revenue purposes 

Marriage Licenses 

Loan to Trappist Fathers 

Payments by Revenue Officers 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa & Occidental R y 

Repayment of temporary loans 

Consolidated Railway Fund 



Add Warrants outstanding 30th June, 1881 



828,426 

237,134 

179,234 

380,093 

15,555 

44,047 

9,8-96 

342,027 

500 

13,760 

10,000 

97,767 

14,600 

82,240 

121,263 

298,299 

27,199 

8,385 

144 

262,126 

13,776 

2,724 

4,146 

6,000 

10,000 

10,306 

753,319 

871,813 

911,021 



04 
62 
10 
86 
00 
03 
34 
65 
00 
00 
00 
90 
00 
00 
00 
20 
25 
73 
00 
00 
22 
26 
52 
00 
00 
93 
00 
28 
73 



5,455,807 66 
5,403 48 



| 5,461,211 14 
Deduct Warrants outstanding 30th June, 82 40,632 37 



! 5,420,578 77 
Balance I 379,172 78 



Total $5,799,75155 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Statement of the entire Receipts and Payments of the Province of Nova Scotia for the year ending Dec. 31, 1882. 



RECEIPTS. 

Crown Land Department for Land sold 

Hospital for Insane, old accounts 

Mines 

Miscellaneous 

Marriage Licenses 

Subsidy, Dominion of Canada 

Private Bills 

Fees, &c. , Prov. Secretary s Office 

Gazette Office 

Searches, Crown Land Office 

W. & A. Railway Indemnity 

Tresspasses 

Inverness Co. Road Service 

Balance .. 



$ c. 

17,985 05 

538 81 

108,924 28 

117 55 

6,771 86 

383,844 53 

1,200 00 

939 58 

2,579 73 

80 33 

14,670 81 

14 50 

4,062 50 

58,713 07 



Total $600,442 60 



PAYMENTS. 

Balance 

Agriculture 

Blind Asylum 

Contingencies 

Criminal Prosecutions 

Crown Land Department 

Education 

Hospital for Insane 

Interest 

Legislative Expenses 

Local Works 

Mines 

Miscellaneous Expenses 

Mi-dk .-tl College 

Normal School Debentures 

Poor s Asylum and Provincial and City 
Hospital 

Public Printing 

Special Railway Advances 

Salaries to Officers of Government 

Steamboats, Packets and Ferries 

Transient Poor 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway Indem 
nity 

Western Counties Railway Indemnity .... 

Road Service . 



Total 



S e. 

17,374 4;! 

12,607 00 

960 00 

700 00 

2,575 95 

9,000 00 

185,000 00 

12,000 00 

2,051 55 

39,853 47 

8,000 00 

10,500 00 

33,033 75 

800 00 

5,000 60 

Hi, 014 83 

6,917 58 

!>,*S7 89 

15,094 00 

24,252 50 

1,356 73 

14.670 ,81 

18,41(5 so 

159,376 31 



$600,442 60 



[29] 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NEW BRUNSWICK COMMERCE. 



[1884. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of entire Receipts and Payments of New Brunswick for fiscal year ending October 31, 1882. 



RECEIPTS. 

Balance 31st October, 1881 

Dominion Subsidies 

Advance on Subsidies, 1883 

Territorial Revenue 

Fees, Supreme Court 

Fees, Provincial Secretary s Office .... 

Fees, Lunatic Asylum 

Refund of County School Loans, 1881 . . 

On Loans of 1882 

Interest on School Loans 

Sales of Agricultural Stock imported in 

1881 

Sales of stock at Stock Farm 

Miscellaneous Receipts 



Total 



25,688 25 

407.142 88 

60,000 00 

152,141 41 

1,363 98 

6,138 95 

1,660 00 

2,050 40 

4,000 00 

238 98 

4,474 47 

424 75 

4,074 38 



$669,398 45 



PAYMENTS. 



Administration of Justice 

Agricultural Societies 

Auditor General s Office 

Bear Bounties 

Blind Asylum, Halifax 

Contingencies 

Debentures Interest 

Education : 

Ordinary 

University, N B 

School Houses 

Elections 

Executive Government 

Free Grants 

Judge s Chambers, St. John 

Legislature 

Lunatic Asylum 

Marriage Certificates, Registry 

Public Health 

Public Hospital, St. John 

Public Printing 

Public Works 

do. Bye Roads 

Rifle Association 

Surveys, Railway Inspection, Crown Land 

Refunds 

Unforeseen Expenses 

County Scho:)l Fund Loans 

Balance 31st October, 1882 



Total 



13,132 27 

24,116 68: 

1,600 00 

2,049 00 

7-M 00 

14,337 49 

46,695 00 

155.821 57 

8,844 48 

2,067 5$ 

7,093 80 

40,246 04 

7,899 19 

300 00 

27,663 30- 

35,000 00 

1,053 50 

6,317 81 

1,500 00 

10,026 51 

125,856 57 

71,082 17 

300 00 



3,264 85 

3,248 42: 

4,000 00 

55,132 30 



8069,398 45 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statistical View of the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada during fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



COUNTRIES. 


COMMERCE. 


. SHIPPING. 


Value of 

Exports. 


Value of 
Goods En 
tered for 
Consump 
tion. 


Duty 
Collected. 


Tonnage of British 
and Canadian Vessels. 


Tonnage of Foreign 
Vessels. 


Total. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Entered 

Outwards. 


Entered 

Inwards. 


Entered 
Outwards 


Great Britain 


$ 
45,273,930 
43,475,203 
1,974,938 
1,688,962 
1,078,273 
155,219 
53,429 
237,100 
101,040 
4,735 
30,391 


S 
50,597,341 
48,289,052 
493,509 
1,848,724 
2,136,168 
25,895 
9,620 
208,358 
530,767 
998,275 
26,061 
9,149 
1,338,407 
15,454 
2,097,358 
1,480,004 
462,219 
51,912 
93.086 
503,210 
248,043 
65 
44,822 
7,434 
1,138,994 


$ c. 
10,011,811 00 
7,073,912 49 
1,781 73 
602,514 52 
943,791 41 
9,255 05 
326 42 
117,655 12 
104,566 29 
73,933 11 
11,511 46 
5,015 94 
492,744 2S 
1,109 39 
742,774 93 
338,691 39 
210,766 86 
29,105 63 
34,283 98 
119,492 16 
420,607 91 
29 30 
7,889 97 
239 75 
286,217 54 


Tons. 
1 

1-2,478,988 

; 


Tons. 
2,578,146 


Tons. 
1,454,469 


Tons. 
1,425,264 


/ - 
Total of Inwards 3 93^ 152 
Total of Outwards 4,o03, 410 
Vessels of the Inland W aters s 443 320 


Grand Total, Inwards and Outwards .... 13,379,882 


United States 


Newfoundland 


British West Indies.. 
Spanish West Indies 
French West Indies.. 
Danish West Indies.. 
British Guiana 


China 


Japan 


Mexico 


Central America .... 


South America .... 
St. Pierre 


910,771 
142,364 
825,573 
153,114 
108,082 
149,744 
163,755 
142,358 
365,198 
11,400 
22,000 
73,138 
579,562 
371,093 
4,094,946 


France 


Germany 


Spain 


Portugal 


Italy 


Belgium 


Holland 


Denmark 


Norway 


Russia 
Other Countries .... 
Coin and Bullion .... 
Est. am t short ret d 

Totals 










102.137.203 112648.927 


21,700,027 63 1 



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31 



No. 2. Comparative Sta.teinent, showing the Total Value of Exports, Goods Imported and Entered for Consumption, 
and Amount of Duties Collected in the Dominion, during fiscal years ending SOth June, 1881 and 1882. 



PROVINCES. 


Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1881. 


Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1881. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 

$34,597,556 
51.071,043 
8,148,048 
5,913,797 
1,941,576 
2,489,246 
965,2 u 
183,799 


Ent rd for | D . 
Consump. 


Total 

Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Ontario 


#30 014.478 
48,905.087 
8,245,7:48 
6,400,374 
626,110 
2,256,753 
1,774,846 
2,431 


$33,107,327 
89,788,406 
7,062,197 

6,016,972 
1,941,576 
2,467,757 
993 593 
183,799 


$6,350,677 
8,066,471 
1,499,231 
1,256,638 
437,578 
599,427 
256,513 
34,248 


f40 765 921 
38,972,121 
9,217,295 
7,474,407 
666,119 
3,154,194 
1,887,146 


$41,690,760 
53,105,257 
8,701,589 
6,707,244 
5,144,493 
1,899,186 
737,321 
433,650 


$40,706,774 
47,685,441 
8,153,089 
6,773,412 
5,223,856 
2,882,095 
785,610 
433,650 


$7,351,420 
9,155,570- 
1,757,996- 
1,459,700 
1,054,601 
679,207 
198,586- 
51,755- 


Quebec 


Nova Scotia 


New Brunswick . . 
Manitoba 


British Columbia . 
Prince E. Island. . 
N. W. Territories.. 

Totals . . 




98.200.8-2S 


105,330,840 


91.611,604 


18,500,785 


102,137.203 119.419.500 


112.648,927 


21,708,837 



No. 3. Totnl Imports into Dominion <ij Canada from 
British and Foreign West Indies, including Guiana, 
during fiscal year ending 30th June, 1S.V2. 


No. 4. Statement of Goods in Warehouse under Bond in 
the Dominion of Canada, 30th June, 1882, showing the 
amount of Duty chargeable thereon at that date. 


PROVINCES. 


DIRECT. 


THROUGH 
UNITED STATES. 


PROVINCES. 


VALUE. 


DUTY. 


Ontario 


$ 133,567 

1,301,857 
1,239,480 
411,288 
20,817 

$3,107,009 


$159,769 
308,606 
836,259 
25,735 
235 


Ontario 


\ 

y $5,337,553 

| 


$2,126,951 95 






Nova Scotia . 


Nova Scotia 




New Brunswick 


Prince Edward Island . . 
Total 


Prince Edward Island.. 
Manitoba .... .... 


$1,330,604 


Total 




$5,337,553 


$2,120,951 96- 





No. 5. Statement of the value of Foreign Goods Imported into the Dominion of Canada via United States, also Goods 
the produce or manufacture of the United States, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


TOTAL. 




$9 074 801 


$5 362 721 


$14 437 522 


" purchased in United St;ites markets in Bond 


454 584 


406 084 


860 668 


" purchased otherwise th;ui in Bond 


910 470 


1 024 048 


1 934 518 


Goods produce of United States 


20,708,227 


J 8.480,643 


39,188,870 


Total 


31,148,082 


2,, 273,496 


56,421,578 











EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Comparative Statement of Value of Exports and Imports, Dominion of Canada, since the Confederation of the Provinces. 



Year ending 
30tb June, 

1868 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Tmp ii-ts- 


Ent. for 
(Jonsump. 


Duty. 


Year ending 
30th June. 


Total Total 
Exports, i Imports. 


Ent for 
Consump. 


1 
Duty. 

~i~ 

12,833,114 

12.548.451 
12.795,693 
12,939.541 
14.138.849 
18,500,786 
21,708,837 


57,567.838 
fiO.474.78l 
7-, 57.5.490 
71,173.618 
S2. 639.063 
89.789,922 
l <.i.:;r,l.928 
77,866.979, 




,3.469-64-1 
70415.16ft 
74.814339 
96,1*2,971 
111. 43o 527 
128,011,281 
l-28,2l3..i8-. 
123070.28-5 


$ 

71.H5,30ii 
117 4(12,17(1 
7 1.2:57.00:5 
86.9J7 4Vj 
1 07 .709. i I- 
127.514.591 
127,4o4.iw< 
119,618,057 


t 

8,819,432 
8 29X.910 
9.462.-.40 , 
ll.84-V>56 
13.04S.493 
13,017.7311 
il.4Jl.H82 
15.361.382 


1876 


$ 
80,966,43? 

75 875.39: 
79.32:5.667 
71.491.25 
87.9I1.45S 
98,290.82: 
102,137,20:! 


$ 
93.210.34fi 
99.327.962 
9-5.081,787 
81 9H4.427 
86^489.747 
105,330.840 
119,419,500 


94,733.218 
96.300,483 
91.199,577 
80 341,608 
71,782,349 
91,611,604 
112,648,927 


1869 


1877 


1870 


1878 
1H79 


1871 


1872 


1880 


1873 ... . 


1881 


1874 
1875 


1S82 





EXPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Abstract of Lhf. Total Vnhie, fy-i<is rr.pn t^l fr im Hie. Dnin.i.>ii- <>f la>iai1.t>, durinii thr fiscal if ir ending ROth June, 1882. 



DESCRIPTION . i ONTAKIO. QUEI1GR. 

| 


N. SO TIA. .N. BRUNo K 


MANIT BA 


B.COLUMBIA 


P.E.IoL NI). TOTAL. 


J roduco of the Mine 


$321 664 

158,713 
8.016.485 
7.631.948 
19.416299 
1.2M! 754 
417.038 
1.000 
3.677.020 


$55- ,:;S8 
779 MOT 
9,531,710 
11, 576, 137 
14,015,616 
1,621,312 
115,158 
869,067 
417 926 


$683.552 
4.44H.484 
1,688.921 
853,072 
842.156 
776,889 
25.726 
6,495 


$146,012 
753.251 
5,440,587 
344.358 
256,994 
491,41-2 
41,783 



$200 
3,178 

617.139 
30,695 

14,9U7 

666,119 


$1,437,086 
1,021090 
. 362,871 
300,720 
6,694 
13 142 
8,160 
4.531 


$249 
541. 5S5 
20.098 
181.931 
1,021,344 
120,038 
1,901 


3,141,181 
7,697,608 
24,962,652 
21.405.805 
35.689,698 
4.264.454 
609,766 
371.093 
4,094,946 


rortuce of the Fishm-iaa ... 
J roduce of tbe Korest 
Lniiimls and thrtir produce 
Igricultural Products 


tlisct llan-oiiK Articles 
[Join and Bullion 


Estimated am ts short ret d 
Totals 


40,765,921 


3S,972,121 


9,217,295 


7,474,407 


3.154,194 


1,887,146 


102,137,203 





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[1884. 



IMPOET8, ONTARIO. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports. Duty collected, <fx , during the fiscal year ending SOtfi June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 

VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 




32,145,919 
8.660,855 


15.288,620 
2,016292 


IS.098,924 
t>,192.108 


491.028 
20,613 


345,588 
20,338 


921.759 
31K504 


7,348,661 16 




Total if 


40,706,774 


17.304.0l2l21.291.032 


511,641 


365,926 


1,233,263 


7,348,661 16 



IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imparts, Duty collected. <c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT j 
BRITAIN. JU. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY, 


Dutiable Goods $ 


34,510,774 


18,993.699 8,633,031 


1,331.480 


973,731 


4,578,833 


9,149,519 48 




13,174,667 


5,236.684 6,536,886 


87.791 


127,443 


1,185,863 


















Total $. 


47,685.441 


24,230,383 15.169,917 


1,419,271 


1,101,174 


5,764.696 


9,149,519 48 



IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Summary Stat-ement of the Value.of Imports, Duty collected, <fc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 




6,169,546 


2.848,583 


1,751,284 


61,980 


954 


1,506,745 


1,757,996 07 




1,983.643 


892,256 


485,621 




952 


604,714 




















Total f 


8,153,089 


3.740.839 


2.236.905 


61.980 


1,906 


2,111,409 


1,757,996 07 



IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

ftummary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, rfc.. during thefiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



T M P R T 8 . 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GRjCAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNT RIK8. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 




5,243,199 


2,497,247 


1,933,915 


74,089 


8,928 


729,020 


1,459,700 53 




1,535 213 


737,1(56 


794 682 


23 





3,342 




















Total { 


6778,412 


3,234,413 


2,728,597 


74,112 


8,928 


732,362 


1,459.700 53 



















IMPORTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Suimnanj Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, (c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 

COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


Dutiable Goods * 


2,439.455 


642 779 


1,544 887 


7,754 


1,340 


242,695 


679,207 18 




442 640 


116324 


302.052 






23,764 




















Total $ 


2,882.095 


759.603 


1,846,939 


7,754 


1,340 


266,459 


679,207 1 



IMPORTS, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, cfc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


0. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


652 208 


457 4 Jl 


152,907 


2,104 




39.796 


198,586 8T 


Free Goods 


133402 


90,112 


32,627 






10,663 




















Total $ 


785,610 


547,513 


185,534 


2,104 


.... 


50,459 


198,586 87 



IMPORTS, MANITOBA AND N. W. TERRITORIES. 

Summary Rttitvment of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, <c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


4 696 332 


731 401 


3 826 113 


20,263 


730 


17,825 


1,106,356 34 




1,061,174 


48 277 


1,004,015 


233 




8,649 




















Total $ 


5,657,506 


779,678 


4,830,128 


20,496 


730 


26,474 


1,106,366 34 



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33 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Sta.tt.mtnt of tin. Value, of Exports, thr. Value oj Gftods Imported, and the Amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Ontario, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTI. 




$940 484 


$256 762 


$49 538 87 




$210 131 


$16 652 


$$2 984 69 


Belleville . . . 


1 602 365 


392 356 


67,952 04 




20,040 


15491 


1 856 05 




358 >92 


702 045 


124,230 19 


Oakville 


83,205 


60 783 


4, 559 64 




221.735 


4874 


882 01 


Oshawa. 


269,694 


143.956 


14,624 00 


Brockville 


1 594 237 


821 643 


97 965 29 




2,474.866 


1 350 276 


237 848 71 




483516 


161,633 


27.164 27 




112.216 


20.702 


4,122 72 


Clifton 


2,044 500 


955 327 


119.977 63 


Paris 


2JL995 


154,420 


18,759 31 




651.253 


234.505 


27,802 88 


Penetanguishene .... 


150J32 


22.659 


2 490 68 




84881 


28078 


5 082 11 




158 994 


145 417 


18 398 02 




328 060 


227.140 


32 550 66 


Picton 


782,311 


34,284 


6 018 06 


Cornwall 


141.625 


808.446 


40353 61 




521,232 


490 526 


90 302 57 




221 745 


8,281 


1,205 36 


P. Arthur s Landing. 


41,296 


61,091 


10.503 10 




460 934 


174 357 


20 533 13 


St Catharines 


149 094 


442,824 


65317 12 




141 924 


20.805 


4,197 85 


St. Thomas 


328 775 


305,915 


55 163 29 




290.727 


93,949 


12,011 32 




556 722 


683,864 


66,929 61 




91 H48 


375 412 


22 131 27 




116314 


77 516 


556 04 




84 252 


17,010 


3 896 26 


Sault Ste. Marie 


196 ."33 


77 826 


16 698 92 


Fort Erie 


2 780 886 


715,910 


130.911 68 




615,721 


257 343 


42,710 89 


Gait 


34 522 


323 876 


36,289 96 




5,2? 3 521 


19 311 210 


3 829 450 28 




128 513 


124,221 


13 860 34 




438 948 


36354 


7 713 38 


Goderich 


81 9S4 


47.554 


3 970 92 




316,159 


15.971 


2 498 51 


Qnelph 


666 503 


751.119 


95.378 48 


Whitby 


694.712 


65 302 


6 806 48 




1.012 112 


4 620 414 


861 602 35 


Windsor 


917 061 


740 128 


109 921 35 




2 653 624 


211 728 


30,429 99 




1.056,486 


221 734 


43 759 14 




109 805 


13 560 


1 319 49 












l,31l 932 


1 ,565,258 


205,342 23 


Tota . . 


37,088,901 


41.690 760 


7 351 420 41 




119.410 


8,H21 


1,321 34 


Estimated Amt. short 








Lindsay 


110.850 


143,488 


16,943 26 


ret d at Inl d Ports. 


3,677.020 








797 004 


2.966.332 


612,706 67 












587 557 


37 569 


7 07 52 












936913 


126.243 


16,803 89 


Total 


40 765 921 


41 690 760 


7 351 4 9 4 1 



















EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Quebec, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



PO RTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IM.PORTS. 


DUTY. PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 1 IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


Bradore Bay 






Russeltown 


$34,589 
199,700 
75,338 
869,813 
234,863 
264,753 
260,628 
657,563 
291,540 


7,640 
54,434 
193,245 
460,951 
864,876 
14,871 
35,820 
405,715 
95,691 


81,71934 
5,673 88 
14,828 86 
40,490 25 
53,511 80 
3,662 2T 
8,339 30 
15,951 23 
15,167 29 


Clarenceville 


$54,811 
1,477,411 
54,564 
20,981 
316,872 
156,394 
39.033 

24,937,410 
420,189 
18,456 
44,399 
8,021,525 
103,363 


$6,385 
343,361 
10,329 
5,289 
31,617 
9,337 
8,718 
827 
45,611,927 
68,729 
22,958 
12,553 
4,835,588 
4,396 


11,48582 St. Arraand ... 




19 017 37 St Hyacinthe 




936 33 St John s . 


Frelighsburgh 


1 001 78 Sherbrooke . 


Gaspe 


3,121 17 Sorel ... . 


Hemmingford 
Lacolle 


1,772 17 Stanstead 


981 75 Sutton 


Magdalen Islands . . 
Montreal 


424 87 (Three Rivers.. 


8,100,366 20 ; 
9,955 49 i 
3,053 69 i Estimat. amt. short 
2,656 10 : ret. at Inl. Ports .. 
850,780 07 
673 00 Total 


New Carlisle 


38,554,195 
417,926 


53,105,257 


9,155,570 03 


Perce 


Potton 


Quebec 


Rimouski 


38,972,121 


53,105 257 


9,155,570 03 







EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value oj Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected at each Port in 
the Province of New Brunswick, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$240,780 
L 03.169 
44,375 
679,299 
184,059 
47.100 
121,395 
926 
114,907 
110.435 
64,817 
727,312 


$36,755 
40,978 
5.788 
92,447 
9.692 
23,826 
236,438 
8.937 
6,078 
37.026 
462,511 
42,061 


$3.174 80 
14,080 78 
1,895 42 
18.469 03 
3,913 93 i 
3,411 18 
49,029 14 ; 
3,490 88 
1.270 12 
4,131 92 
225,571 36 
10,308 06 


Riohibucto 


$205,868 
41.357 
111,052 
13,042 
89,284 
34,169 
4,227,633 
70.422 
143,006 


$25608 
36,184 
5.346 
3,702 
50,801 
12,268 
4,980.450 
532.873 
57.475 


$6,111 90 
7,518 65 
2,451 38 
468 57 
19,121 02 
1,714 74 
956,968 87 
79,016 45 
15,582 33 


Canapo Bello (Wels p) 
Caraquette 


3a(!kville 












Dorchester 


St George . 




St John 


Grand Falls 


St Stephen .... 


Hillsboroufrh 




McAdam s Junction . 


Total 


7,474,407 


6,707,244 


1,459,700 63 









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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS EXCISE. 



[1884. 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Value of Exports and Imports, ani She. amount of Duty collected Jfnr the. year ending ZOlh June, 1882. 



PORTS. 


1 

j EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DDTY. 


Aniherst . . . . 


i 
. .. i ft 79 121 


$80.364 
96.400 
56.873 
21,7 8 
6.730 
28.939 
11.779 
99,793 
44512 
26.648 
6.532,148 
41,225 
61.498 
85.600 
100,379 


$22,355 55 
20.814 24 
22.977 81 
3.468 21 
5.865 50 
3.873 79 
2,461 70 
17.60-2 21 
5,958 23 

0,:">29 26 

1,345.343 37 

5,010 5ri 

5,334 25 
11.696 02 
13,333 83 


\Isrgaretsville 


$18.897 
96,813 
123.303 
227.850 
88.3H4 
418 
42.169 
68.444 
187,381 
3.3S6 
119 665 
1 50.394 
427,194 


$7,855 
92,525 
20.941 
336,513 
18,408 
248 
10,063 
19.637 
21,266 
208,fi42 
39,523 
148.774 
487 683 


$1.700 00 
23,686 19 
5,436 38 
57,616 1& 
2,518 63 
1.019 34 
483 19 
2,748 39 
4.736 53 
51.239 50 
5,493 24 
22,229 09- 
84,464 91 




357 418 


North Sydney 




...1 96 7:;9 


Parrsborough 


Arichat 


i 3] 042 


Baddnfk 


... 83-219 


Port Iliwkesbury . . . 
Port Hood 




. . 124 679 




. . . i 18 707 


Port Medway 


Cornwall!? 
Di"-bv 


. . . 265.822 
. . 1 68 03* 1 


Shelburne 




. . . j 100 795 


Truro 


Halifax . 


. . . 4 9>;6 401 


Woyutouth 


Liverpool 


.. . ] 118 208 


Windsor 
Yarmouth 




316389 


Londonderry 
Lunenburg 


. . . ; 39,433 
. . . 1 790,566 


Total , 


9.217.295 


8,701,589 


1,757,996 07 



EXCISE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. 1. Statement of Tobacco Manufactories, <&;., and the. Oniff.s accruing thereon, for the. year mding SOW June.,lH&2. 





Leaf Tobacco* other Materials used. Manufactured. 


Quantity which Paid Duty. 






o 










i 


a 


m . T5 












Total 1 uty 




8 


8 CS 


5 2 ^ = -S 


. 


g 


tc 




Collected, 


1 


o 

d 


= "2 
1 a 

C I! 




i o 
~ & 


-a S 3 

S|l 


o5 | 

t_- Jj 
[> ^ 


C 


ti 
g 


I 
o 


C 
M 


fcj 
p 

a 


including 
Licences. 





X 


SM CJ 


Cr. ij 


o 


* H 


B 


02 


: 


O 








Ibs. 


Ihs. 


Ibs 


Ibs. 


Ibs. 


Ibs. 


Ibs. 


Ibs. 


lh s . 


Ibs. 


i 


ntario 






2 477.724 


197,184 


2.674.9081 1.455,851 


354.403 




3.640,543 351,287 


874.676 


uehec.. 


41 


37,518 7.908 ,475 


1.746,103 


9.992,096 6.930,363! 368.2K9 


130,426 


2,035.554 1359,888 


130,426 


595.068 


Br k. 


o 


7 S86 


1 084 


8,970 4. 37 fi 




790,321 4,376 




159,927 




5 




200.458 


43,377 


243.835 200.364 


614 




823,0691 1.050 




166.409 


K, Isl 


o 




147 "94 


28*7 


150 181 


99365 


i 


117.647 






23.679 


Ian .... 


2 




8,553 


205 


8.758 


3.499 


270.985 


4,000 




55.947 


fr. Col- 


2 





32,723 1 .... 


32,723 1 .... 


15.938 





113.542 16013 




29.189 




Total. 132 


87.61 R 10,783,113 1.990.840 12.811.471 8,685.943 747,119 130,420 i 7.791,661 ,36.914 


130.426 1,903,89& 



.Vo. 2. Comparative Statement of Dix,illeries and of Breweries during fiscal years ending 30th June. 1880, 1881, 1882. 



x 

1 





Ont... 
Quo . . 
N.B.. 
N.S.. 
P.K.I. 
Man.. 
B.C.. 



Number of 
Distilleries 



10 



Proof Spirits Distilled. 



1880. 1881. 1882. 



ImpQall Imp Gall 
2,981,243 3,032,154 
1,107 1 



5,960 



8,537 
140 



2.232 



5,823 



ExciseDuty 

collected 

1882. 



Number of 
Breweries. 



ImpQall $ c.! 
4.025,141 11,888.373 2lj 
i 1,314,055 60 






3,706 



149,706 37 
81,642 54 
7.930 27 
92,177 93! 
21,603 65 1 



95 
16 
2 
5 
2 
6 
3 



89 
14 
2 
5 
2 
5 



Malt Liquor Brewed. 



1880. 1881. i 1882. 



ImpGall 

6.427.736 

1,988,808 

109,795 

307,987 

56,241 

120.180 

130,466 



ilmpGall ImpGallf 

6,765.929! 8.297,546 
i 2.290.968 2,700.149 

104,640 

421,291 
87,270 

170.462 



140,616 



152.660 
431.593 
26.100 
278.486 
150,445 



Dutj col 
lected on 
MaltAMalt 
liquor, 

1882. 



279,336 77 

84,635 88 

4,789 69 

9.513 34 

881 14 

8.408 98 

6.155 66 



Total.. 12 12 10 2,996987 3.040.219 4.028,847 3.555.489 57 127 12oil26 9.201,213 9.931.176 12,036 979 393.721 46 
No. 3. Statement of Bonded Manufactures in the Dominion, and the Duties collected, year ending SOth June, 1882. 



INLAND 
REVENUE 
DIVISIONS. 


No. Licenses. 


Amount of 
License Fees. 


Materials used. 


Products of Manufactures. 


m * 

v 
.- a 

e-e to*. 
lll 

7 3 S 

1313 

HU.S J 


Spirits at 
Proof. 


Beer. 

Wine, 
Vinegar 
&c. 


Wood 
Naptha. 


Vinegar at 
4 cents per 
gall. 


Methylated 
Spirits at 
15e. per gallon. 


Varnish 
$1.90 
per Gall. 


Hamilton 


o 
2 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


$ 

100 
100 
125 
50 
75 
50 
50 
50 


Imp Galls 
22,287-06 
28,814-09 
51,270-49 
5,81830 
75,766-54 
2,235-73 
1,655-81 
2,537-88 


ImpGall 
3,650 
19,472 
33, 138 
264 
11,765 
605 
516 
1,21* 


ImpGalls 
1,073 
2,951 
1,250 

6,080 


Imp. Galls. 

47,593.50 
35,658-87 
212,129-81 
22,718-59 
96,256-95 
6,726-53 
4.906-19 
9,263-44 


Imp. Galls. 
10,023-40 
26,935-04 
11,360-00 


ImpGall 
75-81 


$ C. 

618 42 
1,250 89 
6,157 29 
959 93 
12,601 18 
127 39 
246 20 
188 53 










58,111 76 




St John 




Halifax .... 




Totals 




13 


600 


190,385-90 


70,628 


11,354 


435,283-94 


106,430 20 


75-81 


22,149 83- 





[34J 



1884.] 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 



35 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 



value of the productions of the Fisheries of Canada in 1882 is 816,824,092 34. The value in the 
amounted to $15, 817, 162 64, an increase of $1,006,929 70, exclusive of the catch 



catch in Manitoba and 



The total 
previous year 
North- West Territories, of which thers are no returns. 

Statement of the Yield and Valw of the Fisheries of the undermentioned Provinces for the Season 1882. 



PROVINCE OF 

700 brls. Salmon $10.500 00 

418.055 Ibs. Salmon, fresh, in ice 62,708 25 

65,910 Ibs. Sal inon, smoked 9,66 50 

1.H9.J cans Salmon, preserved 164 40 

611,938 cwt Codfi-h 2,600,736 50 

1 2 33 brls. Co-1 Tongues and Sounds . . 8,841 00 

108.248 cwt. P..lloek 371.86800 

112,693 cwt. H-ike * 394.42550 

162.041 cwt, Kiid look 567,14350 

752,331 lb.s. Halibut 45,13986 

73,702 brl s. Mackerel 737,020 00 

42,60 J can* M;ickrel, preserved 6,390 00 

193.361 Mi. Herring 773,444 00 

159.505 bxs. Hen-ing, smoked 39,87625 

28,800 Herring, imzen 12,82500 

21,056 brls. Alewive-i 86,624 00 

6456 brls. Shad 51,648 00 

415.435 ]. js. Mass, Trout and Smelt .... 24.92610 

1.783 brls. Eels 16.047 00 

1.745 brls. Oy-ters 5,23500 

4,965.477 cans Lobsters, pres rved 744.821 55 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

840 tons Lobsters $33,600 00 

I 258,000 Lobsters, In shell 6.45000 

475,803 gals. Fish Oil 309,olO 95 

2.047 tons Fish Guano 30,705 00 

Fish, used as bait 16,220 00 

16,192 brls. Fish, used as manure 8,096 00 

60,820 IDS. Hake Sounds and fresh Fish 

iu Digby County 36,992 00 

Smoked Haddks, Haddock 

and Halibut in Digby Co. 22,750 00 

3,425 brls. Squid 13,700 00 

Ain t sold iu Halifax Fish Mkt. 30,000 00 
Hume Consumption of vari 
ous Counties, as per return 49,549 00 
Albicores and Clams in 

Queen s County 1,675 00 

Capeliu in Cape Breton Co. . 600 00 
Smi ked Haddies in Anna 
polis O-unty 1,500 00 



Total $7,131,418 36 



1,022 brls. 

24S-307 Ibs. 

6,0;I9 pcs 

233,523 cwt. 

759 cwt. 

140 c*t. 

355 brlx. 

57,640i brls 

3,078 bxs. 

225,854 pcs. 

604,87 6 pcs. 

38 brK 

2.794i h.ls 

3,508 brls. 

2.260 brls, 

616,613 Ibs. 

298 brls. 

42160 pcs. 

6.9S9 doz. 

5.210 Ibs. 



PROVINCE 

Salmon, pickled ........... $!5,o30 00 



Salmon, frsh in ice 
StlJion, fresh ...... 

Cod 
Haddock 



H ilibut ................... 

Herring, pickled .......... 

Hen ing, smoked .......... 

Sh*d ..................... 

Eels ...................... 

Eels, pi-kled .............. 

Mackerel ................. 16,967 00 

Sardines .................. 10,553 00 

Sturgeon ................. 13.629 00 



17,381 49 
7.64850 
934.092 00 
3,036 00 
v 560 00 
2,130 00 
255,202 00 
769 50 
21.042 56 
50.487 60 
266 00 



Trout. 

Trout 

Winuonish 

Bur aud VVhitefi-h 

Barfish 



34. U9 04 
2,384 CO 

10,540 00 

8,736 25 

416 80 



OF QUEBEC. 

55.6SO Ibs. Whitefi-h $1,45440 

182,695 pcs. Maskinoage 14.61560 

163,154 brls. Bass 13.052 33 

305,115 brls. Pickerel 15,255 75 

136,080 Orls. Pike 10.886 40 

3.500 brls. Tom Cod 5,250 no 

185 brls. Cod Tongues and Sounds... 1,665 00 

722,958 Ibs. Lobnters. canned 108,44370 

15,558 bils. Small Fish 67,414 00 

13,417 brls. Seal Skios 13,417 00 

94 brls. Porpoise Skins 376 00 

54.540 ga s. Seal Oil 32,724 00 

7,S80 gals. "Whale Oil 4,728 00 

170.232 gals. Cod Oil 102 139 20 

19.636 gnls. Porpoise Oil 9,836 70 

115.989J brls. Fish, used as bait manure 104,198 00 
18,1 85 brls. Fish, used for local con 
sumption 7- ,740 00 

Total $1,976,515 81 



PROVINCE 

13,942 cwt. Codfish 

Heriiug 

31.293 brls. Mackerel 

43(1,819 cans Mackerel preserved 

27750 Ibs Hnddeck 

9.615 cwt. Hnke 

9,6t6 Ibs. Salmon fresh 

1,655 brls. Alewives 

5,90n Ibs. Halibut 

800 I bs. Bass 

24,750 Ibs. Trout 



OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

$59,253 50 

126.249 50 

312.930 00 

64,622 85 

1.665 00 

33,652 50 

1.449 90 

5,792 50 

354 00 

48 00 

1,485 00 



82.500 Ibs. Smelts $4.95000 

59,190 Ibs. K.-ls 3 561 40 

200 Ibs. Shad 12 00 

57,042 brls Oysters 171,126 00 

5,198,720 :bs. Lobsters, preserved 1,039,74400 

22.87(i Ibs. Cod an! Hake Sounds 14,86550 

12,324 gals. Fish Oil S.010 60 

3 toijS Fish Guano 4500 



2.940 tens fish Manure. 



5,880 00 



Total $1,855.687 25 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



2,192 brls. Whitefifh $ J1.920 00 

3,437936 Ibs. Whitfish 275.034 88 

3,273 brl-s. Trout 32.730 00 

2,138.862 Ihs. Trout 171,10-< 96 

17,291 brls. Herring (Sciscos) 86.455 00 

358.03U Ibs. Maskinonge 21,48180 

624.549 Ibs Bass 3" ,47 2 94 

1.566.874 brls. Picken-1 9401244 



274.25011)8. Pike $13,71260 

445,970 bris. Sturgeon 22,298 50 

10,732 brls. Conrse Fisli and Mixed Fish 42,928 00 
Fish, used for local con 
sumption 6.30260 



Total $825,45702 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Salmon $1,458,982 00 



100 brl-!. Mixed Fi^h, pickled. 

Herring 

26,900 Ibg. Trout, fresh 

79.700 Ibs. Sturgeon, fresh 

2,400 Ibs. Cl^ms, canned 

Halibut, fresh, in ice. 

19,600 Ibs. Whiting 

Oolahaus 



600 00 
14,290 75 
2.152 00 
4.782 00 
250 00 
380 00 
1,176 00 
2,479 50 



17,700 Fur Seal Skins $177,00000 

3,500 Hair Seal Skins 1.75000 

170 Sea Otter Skins 850000 

251,607 gals. Fish Oil 108.112 80 

Fresh Fish. Sold in Markets 65.000 00 

Fish, cured for home use... 3000 00 

150 tons Fish Scrap, dried 2,25U 00 



Total $1,842,675 05 



35] 



36 



FISHERIES EMIGRATION RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



[1884. 



43,487 

15,757 
10.999 
65.376 
230,841 

23,164 
83,459 

2,838,024 
3,S6fi 
996 
284,350 


cwt. 

cwt. 
cwt. 
cwt. 
Ibs. 

brls. 
Iba. 
Ihs. 
brls. 
brls. 
Ibs. 


PROVINCE OF 

Codfish $184.819 


N] 

75 
30 
30 
50 
50 
00 
86 
60 
00 
54 
44 
00 
00 
00 


3W BRU 

27,285 
250.706 
120,000 
35,000 
5.859 
5,916,575 
972 
192 
63,500 
84.923 
746 
22,365 


NS^ 

hds 
Ibs. 
Ibs, 
Ibs. 
brls. 
cans 
tons 
Ms. 
Ibs. 
gals, 
tons, 
brig. 


VICE. 

Sardines . 


$163 710 


00 
36 

00 
00 
00 
20 
00 
00 
00 
. 6 
00 
60 

86 


Herring 


826,173 




1 T OJ > 


Mackerel 


43,726 




7 ^00 


Haddock 


55,149 


Perch . 


* 100 


Pollock 


38,496 




17 ^77 


Hake 


228,816 




RS7 4.SR 


Halibut 


13,849 


Lobsters 


24 160 


Salmon 


211,681 


C"d Tongues and Sounds. . 


1,344 
Q Ron 


Alewives 


92,656 


Trout 


5,007 


Fish Oil 


SS 199 


Smelts 


170,317 


Fi^h Givino 


11 190 


Shad 


30.928 




nioo 


Uels 


8 964 


Total 


.$3.192,338 


Sturgeon 


17,061 



EMIGRATION/ 

No. 1. Return of the. number of Emigrants embarked for Canada, with the number of Births and Dta hs during Vie 
voyage and in Quarantine ; the total number landed, with the number frum each country ; also the number oj vessels 
arrived, their tonnage and average length of passage, during the season of 1882. 



WHENCE. 


CLASS. 


CD 

1 

00 

9 

<** 

o 
6 
K 


Average No. of 
days on passage.! 


Tonnage. 


No.Embrk d. 


Births. 


1 
fl 

5.2 

! 


Deaths on Pasn. 


Deaths in 
Quarantine. 


GQ 

3 

3 


Landed at Quebec. 


Cabin 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Cabin 
Passengers 


3 




England . 


Steamers 


96 


14 


195,503 


3,802 


29,863 


8 


33,673 


23 





23 


29,848 


3,802 


33,650 


Sailing Vessels 
Steamers 




* 






73 


5,921 





5,994 


2 





O 


5,920 


72 


5,992 


Ireland 

Scotland 
Get many 


Sailing Vessels 
Steamers .... 








21 


13 


45,426 


211 


4,266 





4,477 


1 





1 


4,265 


211 


4,476 


Sailing Vessels 
do. 
do. 
Odd Ships, &c.... 




























Not way & Sweden.. 
FiaU. States, &c... 




































T32 




732 


26 








732 


... 


732 


Totals 


117 









240,929 


4,086 


40,782 


8 


44,876 




26 


40,765 


4,085 


44,850 



* Steamers touching at Irish Ports are included in English Steamers. 

No. 2. Comparative Statement of the number of Immigrants arrived at the port of Quebec since the year 1829 to 1882, 
inclusive, the grand total being 1,510,930 ; and the yearly average, 27,980. 





1829-69 


1870. 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 


1874. i 1875. 

l 


1876. 


1877. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


England . . . 


375,198 
493,058 


27,183 
2,534 


23,710 

2,893 


21,712 
3,274 


25.129 
4 236 


17,631 12.456 
2503 : 1,252 


7,720 
688 


5,927 
663 


7,500 
913 


14,113 
1,088 


18,647 
2,485 


24,426 
2,480 


33,650 
5,992 


Scotland ... 
Ger. & Nor. . 


128,293 
162.216 


5,356 
9.396 


4.984 
5,391 


5.022 
4,414 


4.803 
2010 


2,491 1,768 

857 


2,131 


829 


1,425 


1,602 


2,845 


2,861 


4,476 


Other ports . 


12,819 


6 


42 


321 


723 


412 562 


362 


324 


457 


448 


1,020 


471 


732 




1,171,584 


44,475 


37,020 


34.743 


36,901 


23.894 16,038 


10.901 


7.743 


10.295 


17,251 


24,997 


30.238 


44.850 



RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



No. 1. Total Railway Mileage of the Dominion, 
June 30th, 1882. 

MILES. 

Railways actually in operation . ? 530 


No. 2. Nominal Capital raised for Railways oftlte 
Dominion, June 30th, 1882. 

Ordinary Share Capital $114.9 QSfi 59.1 


Preference Share Capital 


71 531 940 


Railways under construction, partly completed 
Railways under construction . . ... 


539 
3 189 


Bonded Debt 


92 487 932 




106 612 134 


Total . . 






2 043 279 


11 258 










8415,611,810 


No. 3. Comparative 


Statement of Traffic on Principal Lines. 





NAME OF RAILWAY. 


YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1881. 


YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1882 


Passengers, No. 


Freight, Tons. 


Passengers, No. 


Freight, Tons. - 


Grand Trunk 


2,179,793 
1,838,788 
631.245 
260,990 
411,847 
116,5.54 
111,076 
87,058 


3,295,288 
2,572,052 
725,577 
2,135,811 
562,309 
202,095 
116,487 
120,573 


2,710,963 
2,289,028 
779,994 
312,331 
476,878 
126,111 
145,649 


3,595,192 
2,741,166 . 
838,596 
2,129,733 
614,042 
237,845 
124,560 


Great Western 


Intercolonial 


Canada Southern 


Northern 


Midland 


Toronto, Grey and Bruce 


Toronto and Nipissing 


Total ., 






5.637.351 


9.730.192 


6.840.954 


10,281.134 



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1884.] 



RAILWAY STATISTICS CANAL STATISTICS. 



37 



No. 4. Summary Statement of Earning* of Railways of tin Dominion for year ending June AQth, 1882. 



or RAILWAY. 



Mile- Passenger 
age. Traffic. 



Freight Traffic. 



Other Sourws - 



Grand Trunk 


1 236 


$3,501,521 47 


Sti.698,880 10 


$350,481 21 


$88,178 91 


$10,639,061 69 


Great Western 


930 


2,142,575 88 


2,909,042 74 


195,064 OS 


18,206 02 


5,264,888 72 


Intercolonial 


840 


651 296 94 


1,303,495 00 


117,928 15 


6,542 57 


2,079,262 66 


Canada Southern 


329 


761 082 09 


2,110,637 57 


65,970 74 


3,821 01 


2,941,511 41 




378 


411 169 73 


876 797 56 


74 420 17 




1,362,387 46 


Midland 


441 


245,868 25 


599,271 70 


28,660 82 


11,075 40 


884,876 17 


Toronto Grey and Bruce 


192 


129 704 01 


223 898 65 


19,417 67 




373,030 33 


Canadian Pacific 


609 


596 8-24 78 


890,384 60 


39,273 73 


19,730 82 


1,546,213 93 


Other Lines 


2,575 


1,578,434 83 


2,117,537 09 


146,243 94 


94,351 38 


3,936,567 24 
















Total . . 


7.530 


S10.01S.477 98 


817.729,945 01 


SI, 037,460 51 


8241,906 11 


S-29,027,789 61 



TotaL 



No. 5. Summary Statement of Operating Expenses of Railways of the Dominion for year ending June 30th, 1882. 



NAME OF RAILWAY. 


Mile 
age. 


Maintenance 
of Line, 
Buildings, &c. 


Working and 
Repairs 
of Engines. 


Working and 
Repairs of 
Cars. 


General 
Operating 

Expenses. 


Total. 


Grand Trunk 


1 236 


$1,329 874 61 


$2 794,218 93 


3811,192 08 


$2,862,924 50 


$7,798,210 12 


Great Western 


930 


908,669 88 


1,006,877 60 


443,385 69 


1,650,462 15 


4,009,395 32 


Intercolonial 


840 


472,969 25 


684,191 41 


282,980 11 


629,516 71 


2,069,657 48 


Canada Southern 


329 


336 691 21 


542,694 50 


- 69,532 72 


1,396,541 61 


2,545,460 04 


Northern 




204,260 04 


194,371 43 


47,875 10 


: j /7 (3,845 16 


823,351 73 


Midland 


441 


153,712 17 


205,608 59 


26,848 49. 


162,416 33 


548,585 58 


Toronto, Grey and Bruce. 
Canadian Pacific 


192 
609 


58,296 82 
276,940 69 


90,174 59 
378 116 09 


17,979 62 
56,882 67 


113,300 25 
436,359 89 


279,751 28 
1,148,299 34 


Other Lines 


2 575 


872,626 05 


938,277 15 


262,338 66 


1,094.756 05 


3,167,997 91 

















Total 7,530 $4,614,040 72 $6,834,530 29 $2,219,015 14 I $8,723,122 65 ! $22,390,708 80 

CANAL STATISTICS. 

Vo. I. Summary Statement nf Traffic on the. undermentioned Canals, and the Amount of Tolls Collected during 

the fiscal year ended 50th June, 1882. 



ARTICLES. 


Welland Canal. 


St. Law. Canals. Chambly Canal. 


Burlington 
liav Canal. 


Ottawa and 
KideauCanals 


St Peter s & 
Newc ile Dis. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. Tons. Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 

$ 
8,109 
413 

52,117 
87 
107 

1,799 
244 
1,345 


Tons. 


THls. 


Vessels of all kinds 
Passengers No.) . . 

Produce </f VVood... 
Farm Stock 
Aniiii il Product ... 
Agricultural Prod t 
Mannt a -tines 
Merchandise 


679,040 
1,741 


12,514 

87 

21,991 

80 
39.652 
1,977 
31,611 


1,936,896 
75,22! 


$ 
15,800 338.300 
4,039 3,061 


$ 
4,168 
56 


336.521 
7,238 


$ 
3,658 


726,846 

21,450 


45.646 
2,075 


830 
296 


177.905 
13 
4.098 

225.220 
1 2,851 


160.303 
2.379 
5,097 
243,535 
95.720 
170,416 

677,41)0 


7.051 101,970 6.203 
178 44 i 15 
520 34 2 
24,863i 23,3101 1,829 
lo,73t 9,394i 875 
21,644 110.156 10.791 


29,718 

19 

498 
29.538 
22.44-2 
57,295 


782,086 

L62C 
23,886 

3,56i 
31,347 


16,539 






4.P37 
(6.751 


46 

67 


Grand Total . . 


608,929 


108,640 


88,829 245,307 


23940 


139,505 


3.658 


848.726 


64.22-2 


-7.927 i. 2:;f 



No 2. ti i 



showing r./it .Vun/iKr. Tonnage, and Nationality of Vessels passed through all l?ie Canals during 
Htr -tfjtson <>f Navigation in 1882, and the Tolls collected thereon 



VESSELS. 


Total 
Number. 


From Canadian 
to Canad. Ports. 


From Canad. 
to U. S. Ports. 


From U. S 
to U. S. Ports. 


From U. S. 
to Can. Ports. 


Total 
Tons 


Airirunt 
01 
Tolls. 


Up. 


Down. 


Up. 


Dowu. 


Up. Down 


Up. 


Dow . . 


Canadian Ve.s. Steamers. 
Welland 


2,450 
9,421 

1,894 
779 
6.78M 
762 

68 


124,408 
964,737 

53.782 
120.830 
1S8.735 
21,004 

100 


95.931 
686.963 
53.000 
139,260 
422,039 
16.070 
6,352 


101,956 
69.094 
22.867 
286 
8,282 


1.288 
8,823 


599 




6,940 
4 
61 
23,742 


48.47:; 
77,419 
286 


4<>i,8< ; 

1 777,6"4 
207,119 
2tiJ,-"iO 
669,027 
37.512 
6,462 


$ cts. 
S.49S 57 
!4.:;6H 33 
2 o4 ,l 21 
3.200 42 
6,534 23 
750 24 
34 00 


3t La kvronce 


Chanil>l v 




6.456 
45,571 






Ottawa ind Rideau 












438 




Newcastle District 










Total Canadian Vessels.... 

UnitvlStates F?.s.< Steamers 
Welland 


22,16o:i,473,597 i l,4l9,615 


197,475 


61,638 


599 


.... 


31,185 


286,858 


3.470,967 


35,919 00 

4.845 89 
1.124 14 
1,934 94 
1,636 20 
61 37 


884 
1,506 
1,422 
717 
64 


1,061 

2,860 
32 
10.829 
319 


1,196 
10.350 
1,466 
4.104 
4,324 


4,731 
11,490 
39.060 
101 
773 


672 
8,086 


107,012 
13,636 


65,301 
12,845 


659 
65,011 


48,736 

11.453 
102,752 


230,268 
135,431 
143 310 
70.883 
6.416 


St. Lawrence 


Chambly 


Ottawa 
Rideau 


55,768 


.... 





81 


Total United States Vessels 
Grand Total Can. & U. S. 












4,593 


14,901 


21,440 


56,155 


V26J 121.448 


78,146 
7S;i46 


65,751 


16-2,941 ^85.308 


9,602 54 


20.753 


1,488,498 


1,441,055 


253,6301126,164 122.047 


96.936 


4 19,799 4.050,276 46.521 54 



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BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES, ETC. 



[1884 



BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES, &o. 



PLACES. 



NAMES OF BANKS. 



FFICER8. 



Acadia ran Mines, iV.S 1 . Halifax Bk. Co.T. E. Atkins,Agt. 

Alii: ton. Ont.... Hamilton A. M. Kirkland, Manager 

Almonte, Ont... Mont real Augns Kirkland, Manager 

Ainherst, N.S. Nova Scotia. .. H. C McLeod, Agent 
Aniiapolis,y.S.Nova Scotia ...J. B. Kinsman, Act. Agent 
" Union B. of H.. Alex Shearer, Agent 

Antigonish ....Merchants T. M. King, Agent 

Antignnish ....The Pictou E. D. Arnaud, Agent 

Arnvrior .......Ottawa D. M. Fincie, Manager 

Aurora Federal W. II. Perram, Manager 

Aylmer, O Molson s J G Billet t, Manager 

Ayr Commerce John Wyllie, Agent 

Baddeck, (^...Merchants ....C. R. Hart, Agent 

Barrie Toronto J. A Strathy, Manager 

" Commerce Wm. Gray, Manager 

Banrington. N.S.. Halifax Bk. Co.F. W. Homer, Agent 
Bathurst, N. B . Merchants ....John Sivewright, Agent 
Beauharnois ...Jac. Cartier...A. Clement, Manager 

Bedford Exchange E. W. Morgan, Manager 

Button Hamilton W. P. Robarts, Agent 

Belleville * Merchants ... .W. Hamilton, Manager 

" Montreal R. Richardson, Manager 

" Commerce K. Thomson, Manager 

" uorninion J. W. Murray, Pro. Agent 

Berlin * Merchants ...Charles Croukall, Manager 

" Commerce D. B. Dewar, Manager 

BowmanmUe... Ontario George McGill, Manager 

Bradford Standard T. Dewson, Agent 

Brampton * Merchants ...G. S. Herchmer, Manager 

" Dominion R. D Gamble, Agent 

Brandon, Man.* Merchants . ..C. Meredith, Maimger 

" Imperial A. Jukes, Manager 

Brantford B. N. America. A lex. Robertson, Manager 

" Montreal W. L. Creighton, Manager 

Commerce W. Roberts. Manager 

Bridget n, JVS. No-va Scotia ...T. D. Ruggles, Agent 
Bridgeu> r,Jf.S.yieTcbnDts , ...Andrew Gow, Agent 

Brighton Standard ... J. Phillips, Agent 

Brockville IVIontreal Jas. Hogg, Manager 

" Molsons J. W. B. Rivers, Manager 

Ccanpbfllford... Standard E. A. Bog. Agent 

Camp6e(/t(m....Nova Scotia.... J K. Narraway, Agent 

Gtnnington ....Standard John Houston, Agent 

Canning, N. S. Nova Scotia. ...F. W. Borden, Agent 
Charlottttown.. Merchants . H...F. H. Arnaud, Agent 

Merchants, P.E.I. Wm. McLean, Cashier 
Bank of N. S ..D. C. Chalmers, Agent 
Union, P. E. I. George McLeod, Cashier 
" Nova Scotia... .D. C. Chalmers. Agent 

Chatham Federal R. N. Rogers, Manager 

" Commerce W. d. Ireland. Manager 

" * Merchants . ..F.S. Jarvis, Manager 

Chatha. n,N.B. Montreal F. E. Winslow Manager 

" Nova Scotia ...D. G. Chesnut, Agent 

Clinton Molsons M. Lough, Manager . 

Onaticook E. Townships. B. Austin, Manager 

Cnhourg Dominion E. B. Osier, Agent 

O>fxrurg Toronto Jos. Henderson, Manager 

O>lborne Standard C. Larke, Agent 

GMingwood ...Commerce E. Pangman. Manager 

...Toronto W. A. Oopdand, Manager 

Qrmwall Montreal \.-il McLean. Manager 

Ontario W. J. Tnlly, Manager 

....U. townships .J. MacKinnon. Manager 
y, N. ,S...Nova Scotia . . J. H. Churchill, A(?ent 
iester, N.B.. Merchants . R. H. Emm->rson, Agent 

Dundas Commerce D. II. Charles, Manager 

Dtmnville Commerce Jas. Young, Manager 

JUmerson, .Mm..Ontario A. J Macdonnell.Act.Mngr 

" . . . .* Merchants ...G. M. King. Manager 

Sxrtrr Molsons H. C. Brewer, Manager 

fhrnham, Qne K. Townships. E. N. Robinson. Ag>-nt 

fbrgus Imperial J. F. Paterson, Manager 

frtd .rict. tf.B. PEOPLE S ;. W. Spurden. Cashier 

" " B. N. America. Robert Napier, Agent 

" " Maritime Bank 

" " Nova Scotia. ..C. J. R. Kerr, Agent 

Gait Commerce B. R. McConkev. Manager 

" * Merchants ...G. V. J.Greeuhill, Manager 

Oananoque * Merchants . ..A. Petrie, Manager 

Gcupi Basin La Banq. Nat. J. LeBoutillier.Circul n-Agent 

Georgetown Hamilton II. M. Watson, Agent 

" Merchants .P.E.I.H. C. McLeod, Agent 



PLACES. 



NAMES OP BANKS. 



OFFICERS. 



Ooderich. Montreal D. Glass. Manager 

Goderich Commerce A. M. Ross, Manager 

Granby, Q E. Town. Bk...W. H. Robinson, Agent 

Guelph Montreal J. H. Finlay, Manager 

Ontario E Morris. Manager 

Commerce Wm. Smith, Manager 

Federal George Mair. Manager 

Guy biro , ^V.^Merchants ....H. M. Jost, Afient 
Hal jax, iV. 5. HALIFAX B. Co. W. L. Pitcaitnly, Cashier 
NOVA SCOTIA ...Thomas Fyshe, Cashier 
B. N. America. A. E. Ellis. Manager 
UNION, H ALIF. . H. Y. Clarke, Cashier 
MfRCUANTs H. C. H. Duncan. Cashier 

PEOPLE S Peter Jack, Cashier 

Montreal F. Gundry. Manager 

Bam Uon HAMILTON E. A. Colquhoun. Cashier 

B. N. America. Thos. Corsan, Manager 

Montreal J. N.Travers. Manager 

* Merchants ... J S Meredith. Manager 

Commerce E. Mitchell, Manager 

Federal J. M. Burns. Manager 

Exchange C. M. Counsel!, Manager 

Barriston Standard W. T. Shannon, Agent 

HMsboro , N.B., Halifax Bk. Co.H. Middletou. Agent 

Ingersotl * Merchants . ..W. Prinple, Manager 

Imperial J. A. Richardson, Manager 

" Molsons C. W. Cliioch, Manager 

Jolietle D Hochelaga ..H. Boire, Manager 

Kentville, W.&. Nova Scotiu ...L. P. V. Chiprnan. Agent 
Kincardine ...* Merchants . ..G. 0. Tyre, Manager 

Kingston * Merchants . ..G. E. Hague, Manager 

B. N. America. D. Robertson, Manager 

Montreal R.M.Moore, Manager 

" Federal .. T. Y. Greet, Mauaeer 

Kingston, N.B .Merchants ...Donald Kemp, Agent 

Lindsay Ontario S. A. McMurtry, Manager 

Montreal C. (E L. Porteous, Manager 

" Dominion W. Darling, Agent 

Listnwel, Ont. Hamilton H. H. O Reilly, Agent 

Liverpool, If.S. Nova Scotia . . .H. A. Klemming, Agent 

Lockeport,N.S. Pwiple s A. Locke. Agent 

" Halifax Bk. Co. K. A. Capstick. Agent 

London B. N.America. George Moir, Manager 

London * Merchants . .. W. F. Harper, Manager 

Montreal W. J. Anderson, Manager 

Commerce D. Just, Manager 

" Federal Charles Murray. Manager 

" Molsons Joseph JelTery Manager 

Londonderry, N.S., Merchants , E. Wal-h, Agent 

Lucan Commerce F W. Kail, Ajjent 

Lune.nburg Merchants S Finck, Sub-A(!ent 

Lunf.nburg. N.S. Haliuix Bk. Co. Gordon II. Ross, Agent 
M ritland, JV.S Merchants , H.George Frieze. Agent 

Mfafnrd Molsons Peter Fuller, Mai ager 

Markliam Standard F. A. Reesor. Acent 

Milton Hamilton Joshua Butterflcld, Agent 

Afnncton Montreal F M. Cotton, Manager 

" Nova Scotia... .George Sanderson. Agent 

Montague, P. E. I. Union M. J. Fitzgerhld, Manager 

Montreal MONTREAL W. J Buchanan. (Jen. Mgr 

" Do E. 8. Clonston. Manager 

" D Hochelaga ..J. E Brais, Cashier 

" Do PIUIPLE A. A. Trottier. Cashier 

" MOLSONS F. W. Thomas. Gen. Man 

Brunch J. Klliot, Manager 

" JACQ. CARTIER.A. L de Martignv, Cashier 

" *MERCHANTS ...G. Ha^ne. Gen-ral Manngei 

" *Mont l.Br h A. M. Crombie. Local M. 

" EXCHA>GE Thos Craig, Mai.. Director 

" B. N. America. R. R Grindley, Gen. Mgr 

Jeffery Peufold. Manager 

< Quebec T. McDougall. Manager 

" Ontario W. W. S. Chipuiau. Manager 

" Toronto J. M Smith. Manager 

" Commerce W Simpson, Manager 

" Fedtral W. J. Ingram, Manager 

" Union F. Nash. Manager 

" La Banq. Nat...C. A. Vallee. Marmger 

Mnrrislmry Molsons L. W. Howard Manager 

Mount Forest... Ontario K. N. Kins. Manazer 

Napanf.e * Merchants . ..A. Smith, Manager 

" Dominion R. A. Helliwnll, Agent 

NapiervilU , .Bank Do St. Jean, M. Catudal, Manager 



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39 



PLACES. 



NAMES OP HANKS. 



OFFICERS. 



tf.Gtaggou>,2fS.Nov& Scotia ...J. W. Carmichael, Agent 

N.Glasgi>w,NS.\>\cto\i I). M. Fraser, Agent 

JfKWCisUe Standard J. K Allen. Airent 

A>.;easWe,2Vr.fi.Nuva Scotia ...Jan. Yeomaa, Agent 

Ktw WrstminstfrBCRk. B. Columbia. . I. B. Fisher, Agent 

Ne.wmarlet ...Federal W H. Perram, Manager 

North Sydney, N.S.^ova. Scotia. Daniel Waters, Agent 

Norwich Commeice^ W. A. Sampson, Manager 

Orange.ville ...Commerce R. T. Haun, Manager 

Orillia. Dominion H. S. Scaddiug, Agent 

Oshawa Dominion W. H Holland. Agent 

Ottawa, B. N. America. W. D. Chambers. Manager 

" OTTAWA George Burn, Cashier 

" Montreal A. Drurnmond. Manager 

" Commerce Jeffrey Hale, Manager 

" Ontario A. Simpson. Aet g Manager 

" * Merchants . ..W. H. Kowley, Manager 

" Quebec H. V. Noel, Manager 

La Banq. Nat...C. H. Ca-. riere. Manager 

" Union M. A. Anderson, Manager 

Owen Sound...* Merchants ...J. G. FitzGibbon, Manager 

" ...Molsotis P. W.D. Broderick, Manager 

Oxford, N. .S... Halifax Bk. Co. H. S. Smith Sub-Azent 

Paris B. N. America. John Carnegie, Agent 

" Commerce R. C. .Jennings, Manager 

Parkhill ParkhUIBk.C>.T.L. Rogers. Proprietor 

Parrsboro Halifax B. Co. A S. Townseud, Agent 

Perth * Merchants . ..James Gray, Manager 

" Montreal R. J. Drummond, Manager 

Pembroke Quebec F. F. Cox, Manager 

" Ottawa Hector Fraswr. Manager 

Peterborough... Toronto J. H Roper, Manager 

" ...Montreal F. J. Lewis, Manager 

...Commerce W Manson. Manager 

" ...OntKrio Chas McGill, Manager 

P>>,titct,diac, N.H., Halifax Bk Co.J. H. Morrison, Agent 

Pelrolia Federal Thos A. Lenfestey, Manager 

Picton Montreal R. J. B Crombie, Manager 

" Standard J. L London, Agent 

Pictou. A . S ...Nova Scotia ...Howard Primrose, Agent 

...Merchants C. J Butcher. Agent 

...Pictou B*nk ...J. Watson, Manager 

PortColborne... Imperial John Watts. Manager 

Port Elgin Hamilton Win. Coibould, Atreut 

P.HaivKesbury Merchants Peter Paint. Sen., Agent 

Port Hope, Montreal A. J.C. G<illetly. Manager 

Toionto W. R. Wadswortb. Manager 

Portagtla Prairie, Jf an.. Ontario .E. Porter. Manager 

" " Montreal Thos. I lummer. Mngr. 

Port Pfrry Ontario W. J. McMurtry, Int. Mgr 

Prr.scoti * Merchants . ..T Kirby. Manager 

P. A Lundintj... Ontario D. F. Burk, Manager 

Pagwash, JT.&HaHfax B. Co.D C. McDougal], Agent 

Quebec QUEBEC Jas. Stevenson, Cashiei 

" UNION [ . Mac K wen, Cashier 

" LA BANQ. XAT.P Lafrauce. Ckshier 

" B. N. America Manager 

" Montreal John Purteous, Manager 

" * Merchant-^ . ..H. M. Price, Manager 

Rtgirta * Merchants . ..D. M. Harman, Manager. 

Montreal A. D. Braithwaite.Act.Man. 

Renfrew, Ont. . * Merchants . ..G. C. Morgan, Manager 
Richiuucto, J7.B., Merchants . D. Kemp, Agent 

Nova Scotia. ..W. Thomson. Agent. 

Ricltmo id E. Townships.. W. L. Bull. Manager 

RvJffetoum Molsons R Robertson, Manager 

Sackville, -ZV.fi.Mrtrchants ....E. C. J.trvfo, Agent 

- Halifax Bk. Co. Thos. A. II Mason, Agout 

&irraia Montreal B. Tussie. Manager 

" Commerce, T. W. Nisbot, Manager 

Sfiellarne, ff.S.. Halifax Bk. Co.W. G Greenwood, Agent 

Sherbrookf. K. TOWNSHIPS. Wui. Farwell. Gea l. Man. 

* Merchants . ..A. 0. E Delmege, Manager 

La Banq. Nat... John Campbell. Manager 

Seafnrth Commeice .....\. II. Irul.-tud, Manager 

Simcn. . Commerce E. Cowdry. Manager 

" Federal H.OrnlT. Manager 

Smith s Mx/i*... Molsons A. P. Tregeut, Manager 

Sir?/ Molsons G Crebassa. Manager 

Sriuris, I .K /...Morcha-ntK ...James Hughes. Agra? 
Bpringhill, J\".S. Halifax hk. Co. John Ferguson. Agent 
&.. Oesdire. . . . i,e B. St. Hvacinthe. Cei-aiie Pepin, 

mtxnxtf.aul K. Townships. .S. Stevens, Manager 

St. Catharines.. Imperial (, . M. Arnold, Manager 

Commerce F. L. Hankey, Mauasrer 

Toronto G. W. llodgetts, Manager 



PLACES. 



NAMES OF BANKS. 



OIFICEB8. 



St. firs/actn<A...LaBanquB de St.Hyacinthe, R. S. Jacqueg 
St. John, N.B..V. BRUNSWICK W. Girvan. Cashier 
" B. N. America.W.E. Collier, >luuager 

" Montreal E. C. Jones, Manager 

" Mar.BkofDo.. Alfred Ray, Cashier 
" Nova Scotia ... J. M. Robinson, Manager 

IlalitHX Bk.Co.Jas. G. Taylor, Ageut 
St. John s, Q....* Merchants . ..W. L. Marlt-r. Manager 
" " Bank de St. Jean. P. Bandouiu, Cashier 

St. Mary s Montreal R. Ilillyard, Manager 

Federal C. S. Rumsey, Manager 

St. Remi Jac. Cartier... .Ch. Bedard, Agent 

St.Stephe.n,J\ T BST. STEPHEN S. .Robert Watson, Cashier 
>; Nova Scotia. . . J. Black, Agent 

St. Tliomas * Merchants ... Manager 

" Molsons G. K. Morton, Maauger 

" Imperial M. A. Gilbert, Manager 

Stellarton,J\ .S.P\Mov D. M. Fvaser, Agent 

Stratford Merchants ...E. F. Heb<len. Manager 

" Montreal G. A. Farmer, Manager 

" Commerce Win. Maynard, juu., Mgr 

Strathroy Commerce J. S. Small, Manager 

Federal W. T. Smith, Manager 

Summerside, P.JC.l Merchants , W F. Mitchell. Agent 
" Union, P. E. I.Neil McKelvie, Manager 

" Hk. Summerside, U. Me. C. Stavert. Cashier 

Sussex, iV.&.-.Nova Scotia. ..Geo. W. Daniel, Agent 
Sydney, C . B.... Merchants , H.J. E. Bnrchell, Agent 
" Jac. Cartiei...S. A Duracher, Manager 

Ihorold Commerce W. J. Robertson. Manager 

" Quebec D. B. Crombie, Manager 

Three Rivers... Quebec F. G. Wotherspoou. Manager 

" " ... Ca Banq. Nat. Union HauK. Agent 

" ...Union G. H. Heushaw, jr., Agent 

Tilsonburg Federal Francis Cole. Manager 

Tarimta COMMERCE W. N. Anderson, Gen. Mgr. 

do. Branch J. C. Kemp, Manager; 

L Bolster. Sub Manager 

ONTARIO Chas. Holland, Gen i Man 

W. H. Smith. Act. Manager 

" STANDARD. J. L. Brodie, Cashier 

" FEDERAL... H. S. Strathy, Gen. Manager 

J. 0. Buchanan, Branch Mgr 

DOMINION R. H. liethnue, Cashier 

Domin.Q n St. Br h..J. Price, Manager 

IMPERIAL I). R. Wilkie, Cashier 

TORONTO Duncan Coulson. Cashier; 

Hugh Leach, Asst. Cashier 

B. N. America. Win. Grindlay, Manager 

* Merchants ... Win. Cooke, Manager 

" Montreal G W. Yarker. Manager 

" do. C. Brough, Ass t Manager 

" Quebec J. Walker, Manager 

" Molsons L. H. Kobeitaon, Manager 

" La Uanq Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agent 

Trenton. Ont. .MolsoriH R Fraser, Manager 

lruro,N.S Merchants II. Martin Dickie. Agent 

" Halitax Bk.Co.A. Allan. Ak ent 

Uxbridqe Dominion W. W. Nation. Agent 

Vallnjjicld, Q...Jnc Cartin-...S. F. Irish, Agent 
Fict<fria,\ r . I. ...B COLUMBIA ...W. C Ward, Manager 
" ...B N. AmeiicH R. Burns. Manager 

Walkarton * Merchants . ..A. St. L. Mnckiutosh 

Commerce I. R. Clarke, Manager 

Waterloo, Q. ...,. Townships.. W. S Briggs. Marmner 

Waterloo, Ora<..Molson s J. Hespeler. Manager 

W IIand Imperial J. McGla-han. Manager 

H .^;not*</i,A* .S.Mejrchauts ...G. Douglas Campbell, Agent 

Whitby Ontario Geo. Kerr, Acting Manager 

Dominion M. B. Tajlor, Ageut 

Windsor, Ont..* Merchants . ..Wm. Kingsley. Manager 

Commerce J. E. i hocuts. Manager 

Windsor, N.S. COMMERCIAL ...Walter ..awnou. Cashier 
" Halifax Bk. Co.J. A. Russell. Agent 

Wingham Hamiltoi K. Will son, Agent 

Wininpr;/ * Merchants. ..D. Miller, Manager 

Winnipeg Montreal 0. Sweeny, Manager 

" Ontario J Y. Feiide, Manager 

" Fediral Thos. Kenwi. k, M.iixiger 

Imperial 0. S. Iloiiif, Manager 

" Ottnwti F. II. MiitliewM>u, Manager 

Nova Scotia. ...Robert Steven, Agent 

" Union C. A. Boxer, Manager 

" Federal R. Renwick. Manager 

Woodstock Commerce F. 0. Crosh. Manager 

Imperial S. B. Fuller, Mai.ager 



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[1884. 



PLACES. NAMES OF BANKS. OFFICERS. 

Woodsiock,N.B.Xov. Scotia ..Wm. Halibut-ton, Agent 
" .ZV.B.MaritimeBank 

Wolfville,N.S. People s A De W. Barss, Agent 

Waterford Federal ...Henry Groff, Manager 

Farnw>K/i,.ZV r .YARMouTH Thomas W. Johns, Cashier 

" " Nova Scotia .... 7. H Lombard. Agent 
" " Exchange ....A. S. Murray, Cashier 

Yorkville Federal R. J. Montgomeiy, Manager 

* Merchants Bank of Canada. 



FOREIGN AGENTS. 

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA London, Head Office 
Montreal, R. R. Grindley. General Manager; New 
York. D. A. MxTavish and William Lawson. Agents; 
Chicago. R. Steven, Agent: Boston, U. S.. Merchants 
National Bank; San Francisco, A.. McKinlay, Agent; 
Portland, Oregon, J. Goodfellow, Agent: England, 
Union Bank of Manchester, and Bank of Liverpool ; 
Scotland, National Bank and Commercial Bauk; 
Ireland, Provincial Bank and National Bank ; 
Paris. Marcuard, Andre & Co.; West fndies. Colonial 
Bank : Australia and New Zealand, Union Bank of 
Australia. 

FBDERAL BANK London. National Bank of Scotland; New 
York, American Exchange National Bauk; Buffalo, 
Bank of Commerce; Boston. Maverick National Bank; 
Oswego. Second National Bank; Chicago. First 
National Bank. 

BANK OF TORONTO London. City Bank (Limited). New 
York, .Vat. BR Commerce, W. W>itson and A. Lang; 
Oswtffo. Second National Bank ; Halifax. Union Bank 
of Halifax; New Brunswick. Bank of Nova Scotia; 
Quebec. La Banque Nat. 

BANK OF HAMILTON New York, Messrs. John J. Cisco & 
Son ; London, The National Bank of Scotland. 

BANK OF MONTREAL Zorcdort.Bk.of Montreal, C.Ashworth, 
Manager, Bank of Kugland. London & Westminster 
Bank. Union Bank of London; Liverpool, Bank of 
Liverpool : Scotland, British Linen Company ; New 
York, W. Watson & Alex. Lang, Joint Agents, Bank 
of New York. N. B. A.; Button, vlerchants Bcnk: 
Chicago, Bank of Montreal, W. Munro. Manager: R. 
Y. Hebden. Assistant Manager ; San Francisco, Bank 
of British Columbia. 

QUEBEC ISANK London, Union Bank of London ; New York 
Maitland. Phelps & Co. 

IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA London. Bosanquet, Salt A 
Co.; New York, Bank of Montreal. R. Irvin & Co. ; 
Chicago, First National Bank ; St.. Paul. Second Na 
tional Bank : Detroit. Second National Bank : Buffalo, 
Bank of Buffalo: Boston. National B:\nk of the Com 
monwealth; Oswego. First National Bank. 

MERCHANTS RANK OF CANADA London. The Clydesdale 
Bank (Limited); New York. Bank of New York and 
Merchants Bank of Canada. 61 Wall Street ; New 
foundland Commercial Bank. N. F.; Neva Scotia. 
Merchants Bank of Halifax; New Brunswick. Bank 
of Nova Scotia. 

ONTARIO BANK London. Alliance Bank (Limited); New 
york. W. Watson and A. Lang: Boston, Tremont 
National Bank : Oxwego. First National B-nk ; 
Chicago, Bank of Montreal: St.. Paul s, Merchants 
National Bauk : Nova Scotia, People s Bank of 
Halifax ; New Brunswick. Bank of Montreal, St. 
John, N.B.; P. E, Island. Merchants Bank of Hali 
fax at Charlottetown. 

LA BANQUE NATIONALS Limdon, National Bank of Scot 
lan>l; Fart s. A. Grnnebnuui A Co.: New Fnrfc.National 
Bank of the Republic; Boston, The Revere Bank. 

MOLSONS BANK London. Alliance Bank (Limited) Bank 
of Montreal. Qlynn. Mills, Currie & Co., Morton, 
Rose & Co.; New York. Mechanics National Bank, 
W. Watson and A. Lang. Morton. Bliss & Co ; Boston, 
Merchant s National Bank, and Kiddei. Peabody & 
Co.; Cleveland, Com. National Bank; Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin Marine and Fire Ins. Co. Bank: Chicago, 
First National Ban k : Detroit. Mechanics Ban k ; Toledo, 
Second National Bauk: Buffalo, Farmers & Mechanics 
National Bank; Nova Scotia. Halifax Banking Co., 
Halifax, N S.; New Brunswick. Bauk of New Bruns 
wick, St John s, N.B.: NnofnvaailanA, Commercial 
Bank of Newfoundland St John s. Newfoundland 

CANADIAN BANK OP COMMERCE Lmnlnn. B.tnk i>f Scotland. 
London and County Bank. Agra Bank (Limited) 



Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China, Ger 
man Bank of London ; Ireland, Northern Banking 
Co.; New York, J. H. Goadby and B. E. Walker, 
Agents; Chicago, A. L. Dewar. Agent; Oswego, First 
National Bank; Syracuse, First National Bank; Buf 
falo, Bank of Commerce in Buffalo. 

LA BANCiUE JACQUES CARTIER. London. Glyn. Mills & Co. ; 
Paris, de Rothschild freres; New York, National 
Bank of Republic. 

LA BANQHE DU PEUPLE iondowrGlyn, Mills, Currie & Co., 
and Alliance Bank, Limited; New YorJc, National 
Bank of the Republic. 

UNION BANK OF L. C. London, London & County Bank ; 
Nf.w York, National Park Bank. 

ONION BANK OF HALIFAX London. London & Westminster 
Bank: Newfoundland, Commercial Bank, Newfound 
land; New York, National Bauk of Commerce; Boston, 
Merchants National Bank: Montreal, Federal Bank 
and Blanches; Toronto, Bank of Toronto and 
Branches. 

MERCHANTS BANK OF P. K. I. London. City Bank; New 
York. The Bank of New York, N. B. A.; Boston, The 
Boston National Bank: Montreal. Bank of Montreal; 
Newfoundland. Union Bank of Newfoundland. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINHSOR London, Union Bank 
of London: New York. Bank of New York. 

MERCHANTS BANK OF HALIFAX. Ontario and Quebec, 
Merchants Bank of Canada; SI. John, N. B., Bank 
of New Brunswick; New York, Bank of New York, 
N. B. B. : Boston. National Hide <S Leather Bank; 
St. John s, Newfoundland. Union Bank of Newfound 
land ; London, Eny , Imperial Bank (Limited). Wil 
liams, Deacon & Co.: Hamilton, Bermuda, N. A. 
Butterfield. Agent. 

DOMINION BANK Lontion, National Bank of Scotland ; 
New York. W. Watson and A. Lang. 

PEOPLE S BANK OF HALIFAX London, Union Bank: Boston, 
Williams & Hall : New York. Bauk of New York, N. 
B. A ; Montreal, Ontario Bank. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA London. Williams, Deacon & Co.; 
New York, Bank of New York: Boston, Merchants 
National Bank. 

BANK OF NEW BRUNSWICK London. Williams. Deacon A 
Co.; New York, Mechanics National Bank; Boston 
Eliot National Bank; Prince Kdward s Island, Char 
lottetown, Merchants Bank; Summerside. Summerside 
Bank: Predericton , People s Bank; Halifax, N.S., 
Merchants Bank. 

PEOPLE S BANK OF N. B. London. Union Bank ; New 
York. Fourth National Bank; Bostoi, . Eliot National 
Bank; Montreal, Union Bank National. 

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK London, London A County 
Bank; Boston, Notional Exch Bank; New York, 
National Park Bank. 

STANDARD BANK New York, W. Watson & A. Lang ; 
Montreal, Hk.nf Montreal; London. K.. Royal Bank of 
Scotland, (Limited). 

EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA London. Alliance Bank 
(Limite.1); New York. National Bank of Commerce, 
Hos on. MaverickN. Hank. 

UNION BANK OF P. E. ISLAND London, Union Bank of Lon 
don: New York. National Park Bsuk: Hogton. Mer- 
chan * National Bank: Mnnlrral. Biipk Montreal 

BANK OF YARMOUTH. N. S. Hal\/a-s. Tut- Merchants Bank 
of Halifax ; St. John, The Bunk of Montreal and the 
Bank of British Nr.rth America; New Y"rk. The 
National Citizens B;ink: Boston. The Eliot National 
Bank: London, 0. B.. The Union Bank of London; 
Montreal and Quebec. The Bunk ot Montreal. 

MARITIME BANK London. 33 Lombard Street. A. S. 
Him-ks. Manager: Bankers, Imperial Bank (Limited), 
Bank of Montreal, Birchin Lane. 

THE PICTOU DANK London. Eny.. Imperial B k (Limited); 
New York, Agents Batik of Montreal ; Montreal, Bank 
of Montreal. 

ST. STEPHEN S BANK Boston, Globe National Bank; New 
York, New York Rank and National Banking Asso 
ciation: 7xwrfo/.Glvn. Mlllc. Currte A Co. 

BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA London. Smiths. Payne 4 
Smiths: San Francirco. Bank of British Columbia; 
Eastern Province s of Canada. Bank of Montreal; New 
York.Vl . Watson: Chicago. Bank of Montreal: MexiCe 
and ffnuth America. I.oniion Bank of Mexico and South 
America: <~Viina and Australia. Orie .fal Bank Cor 
poration. 

BANK OF OTTAWA Ln<loji.K ny.. Alliance Bank (Limited); 
New York, Agent- Canadian Bank ot Commerce. 



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1884.] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



41 




THE QUEEN AND 



THE QUEEN. VICTORIA, of the United Kingdom of j 
Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Empress of India, Ue- j 
fender of the Faith. Her Majesty was born at Kensing- \ 
ton Palace, May 24, 1819 ; succeeded to the throne June 

20, 1837, on the death of her uncle, King William IV., 
was crowned June 28, 1838 ; and married Feb 10, 1840, | 
to his Royal Highness Prince Albert. Her Majesty is 
the only child of his late Royal Highness Edward, Duke 
of Kent, son of King George III. The children of Her : 
Majesty are 

Her Royal Highness Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, i 
PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND AND PRUSSIA, born Nov. 

21, 1840, and married to his Royal Highness William, the 
Crown Prince of Germany,. Jan. 25, 1S5S, and has had 
issue four sons and four daughters. 

His Royal Highness Albert Edward, PRINCE OF WALKS, 
born Nov. 9, 1841 ; married March 10, 1863. Alexandra of 
Denmark (Princess of Wales), born Dec. 1, 1844, and has 
issue, Prince Albert Victor, born Jan. 8. 1864, George 
Frederick Ernest Albert, born June 3. 1865 ; Louisa Vic 
toria Alexandra Dagmar, born Feb. 20, 1867 ; Victoria j 
Alexandra olga Mary, born July 6, 1868: and Maude 
Charlotte Mary Victoria, born Nov. 26, 1S > .>. 

Her Royal Highness Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 



THE ROYAL FAMILY. 



1843 ; married to H. R. H. Prince Frederick Louis of 
Hesse, July 1, 1862, and had issue five, daughters and two 
sons : second son killed by accident May, 1873. Died 
December 14th, 1878. 

His Royal Highness Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of 
Edinburgh, burn Aug. (5, 1844 ; married Her Imperial 
Highness the Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, Jan. 23. 
1874, and has issue one son and three daughters. 

Her Royal Highness Helena Augusta Victoria, born 
May -25, 1846 ; married to H. R. H. Prince Frederick 
Christian Charles Augustus of Schleswig-Holstein- 
Sonderburg-Augustenbnrg, July o, 1866, and has issue 
two sons and two daughters. 

Her Royal Highness Louisa Carolina Alberta, born 
March 18, 1848 ; married to the Marquis of Lome, eldest 
son of the Duke of Argyle, March.,,1871. 

His Royal Highness Arthur William Patrick Albert, 
born Slay 1, 1850 ; married 13th March, 1879, to Princess 
Louise Margaret, daughter of Prince Frederick Charles 
of Prussia. 

His Royal Highness Leopold George Duncan Albert, 
born April 7, 1853 ; married April 27, 1882, to Princess 
Helen of VTaldeck. 

Her Royal Highness Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, 
born April 14, 1857. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT OTTAWA. 
GOVERNOR-GENERAL His Excellency th Right Honourable the Marquess of Lome. K.T.. G.C.M.G-., P.C. 



GOVERNOR-GENERAL AND STAFF (Eastern Block]. His 
Excellency the Riiht Honourable the Marquess ot dome. 
K.T., G C.M G., P.C. Stuff: Lieut-Col F de Wintou. 
RA.. C.M.G.. Military Secretary; Captain Hon. Win. 
Bagot, Aide-de-Camp: Lieut, j". F. Baeot. Grenadier 
Guards. Aide-de-Camo; Lieut.-Colonel H. C. Bernard, 
Dominion Aide-de-Camp. 

GOVERNOR S SECRETARY S OFFICE (Eastern Block). 
Lt.-Col. F. de Wintou. R.A.. C.M.G . Secretary; Lieut.-"ol. 
C. Stuart. Chief Clerk: C. J. Jones. W. Camp .ell. Clerks; 
G. Smith. MfssHiiger. 

Deputy Gotwrnorf for signing Letters Patent of Dominion 
and other Lands). J. J. McGee. 

Deputy (rm-ernors. Sir Wm. Ritchie, Kt.. Chief Justice 
Supreme C >urt of Canada: John J. McUe. Esq.. Oirrk 
Queen s Privy Council for Canada. 

PRIVY COONCIL. 

Premier, Minister of Interim- , ...Rt Hon.Sir.T.A.Macdonald 
Minister < if Finance Hon. Sir S. L. Tilley 



Minister of Justice Hon 

.Whiist .r of Public Works 

Minister of Tnlai d Revenue " 

Minjifter nf Railways and Canals 

Minister o/ Agriculture 

Ptixtnutstrr General 

Minister nf Marine < Fisheries... 

Minister nf Custom* 

Spwiker of thr. Senate 

Minister nj Mi itia and Defence. 

Secretary nf State, 

Presirlr.nt nf th" Privy Council... " 
(Without Portfolio) " 



. Sir A. Campbell 
Sir II. L. Langevin 
John Costigan 
Sir C Tupper 
J. H. Pop,- 
John Carling 
A. W. McLelan 
Mr Bowell 
D. 1 1. Macpherson 
Mr. Caron 
Mr. Cbapleau 



Frank Smith 



Officers. John J. McGee. Clerk of the Privy Council ; 

Assistant do. 



. H. Alexander, Wm. Horace Lee. Lewis J. Bur 
pee. V. Newby. F. K. Bennetts. W. Oscar, S. K Moll. 
Door-keeper, M, Xausihteu. Messengers, B. Grenier, 
Wm. Groom, W. Reynolds and B. Chilton. 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

Hon. DAVID LEWIS MACPHERSON, Speaker (Toronto). F. J. LANGEVIN, Clerk of the Parliaments. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



SENATOR S. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon. Walter II. Dickson Niagara 

Sir \lexander Campbell. Ottawa 

David Keesor Yorkvillc 

Klijah Leonard London 

William AIo.Master Toronto 

John Simpson Bownianvillf 

David I, Macphnrson ... Toronto 

Billa Flint lielleville 

Georee W. Allan Toronto 

John Hamilton ... Hawkesbury 

Charl<-s Cormier Plessisville 

.1. F. Armand...Riv. des Prairies 
William FI Chaffers...St Cesaire 

Ji-an li. Guevremont S.nd 

James Ferrier Montreal 

Thomas Ryan MOD real 

T. D Archibald ... Sydney. X. S 

Robert B. Dickey Amherst 

John Bourinot Sydney. X. S. 

William Miller Arichat 

A K. Botsford...Westcock.Wm l. 
William H.O.lell.... FVedericton 

Davirl Wark Frfderu-ton 

John Ferguson Bathurst 



Hon. A. R.McClplan, Hope-well. Alb-Co. 
J. C. Ohapais . ...St. Dmiis Kara. 
" Ja. R. Benson ... St. Catharines 
" John Glasier. ... Suubury. N.B. 

" James Dever St. John. N.H 

A. M.-ictarlane Wallace. \. S. 

Frank Smith Toronto 

Robert Read Belleville 

M A. Oirard . St. Boniface, M. 

J.Sutherland Kildonan. M. 

W. J. Mir<ln,1d .Victoria, B. C. 
H. A. N. Kaulbach ...Lunen v >urg 

M. II. Cochrane Compton 

Wm. Muiri Miil. .Chatham. N. B. 

Alexander Vidal Saniin 

Georfti 1 Alexander ... Woodstock 
J. H. Bellerose...St. Vin. de Paul 

D. Montgomery Park Corner 

R. P. Haythorne...Charlottetowr, 

v X. A. Trudel ...Montn-nl 

R.W.Scott Ottawa 

Pierre Bnillargoon Quebec 

A. H. I aqin-t St. Cuthbert 

G. G. Stevens . Waterloo, Q. 

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SENATORS. 



P. O. ADDRESS 



Hon 



,C. H. Pozer...St. George, Beance 

J. D. Lewin St. John, N. B. 

L. G. Power Halifax 

R. P. Grant Pictou. N. S. 

C. A. P. Pelletier Quebec 

Jos. Rosaire. Thibaudeau, Mont l 
C. K. B. de Bouchei villa. Bouch. 

William J. Almon Halifax 

H. Nelson. ..Burrard Iniet, B.C. 
J.S Carvell,Charlottetown,P.E.I. 

John Boyd St John, N.B. 

Joseph North wood. Chatham, 0. 
<i"o. W. Howlaii. \1 barton. P.E.I. 
Thos M.-Kay ... Colchester, N.S. 

AUx. W Osrilvie Montreal 

James Skead Ottawa 

Donald Maclnnes Hamilton 

T.R.MMnties,\. Westminster, B.C 

John O Drnohue Toronto 

John Sc-hultz Winnipeg 

L. F. R. Masson . . . .Terrebonne 

J. B Plumb ...Niagara 

L Kobitaille ...New Carlisle. Q. 
P. A. Do Blois Beauport, Q. 



42 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1884 



PERMANENT OFFICERS OP THE SENATE OF CANADA. Robt. LeMoine, E- q., honorary; E J. Lingevin, Clerk, Master in 




T J i3* T\ T A* 11 i * IT n in ll I ( aiini l I ll ill 11. 

J. de St. D. LeMoiue, Uerk of French .Journals, Second Freucu Translator and Ser^ant-at-Arms: Ivatihoe T.-,rhe 
Assistant plerk of (Trench Journals and Deputy Serjreaut at Arms : K W. Stephen. Assistant Accountant nd Clerk: 
R. Kdward Klmber. Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod:J. B Myraml, Post.uaster ; IVter Dunne Housekeeper 1 
Pierre Kattey. Doorkeeper; S. I. Jones. News-room Keeper: Charles Young. Speaker s Messenger: Charl-f, Youn*! 
Wardrobe and Assistant Doorkeeper ; John Dunne, Odilon Archambaulr jid Joseph I,an>e Petuiamnt MesoeiitferB- 
Audr6 GravelK House Carpenter; L. Robi ailK J. H. PelK-ti d r, Thoma* Davis, and Theoduie P.,quet. Sessional 
Messengers; Frederick Merritt, Jean Chcquette, Robert Gruburn, Gerald Fitzgerald and Alphuuse DahaiueJ, Sessional 

ADDRESS. To the Honourable tha Senate of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition of 

[Place and date.} Humbly shaweth. That. Ac. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. GEORGE A. KIRKPATBIOK, Speaker. JOHN GEORGE BOI;KI.N-,T Esq., Clerk of the House. 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

iddington .......... John W. Hull ............. Desmond, 

Albert ............... John Wa laca ............ Ilillsboro, N B 

Algnnia ............. Simon J. Dawson ...... Prince Arthurs L 

Annapolis ......... Wm. H. Ray ................ Clementsp t. N S 

Antigimish ......... Animus M jlsaae .......... Antigouish, N S 

ArgentettH ......... Hm J. J. C. Abbott. ... Montreal 

Bagnt ............... Flavian Dupmt ............ St. Liboire. Q 

Saaaee ............ Joseph Bolduc ............ St. Vio.de Tring.Q 

Bsaufiarnoii ...... J.G H Bergeron ......... Montreal, Q 

Bellecftasse ......... Guillaucno Ainyot ....... Quebec. Q 

Benfiier ............ K Cuthbert ............ Berthienenhaut) 

Bon-ivf.ntMrf. ...... L. J. Riopel ................. New CatTisle, Q 

Bnthwdl ..... , ...... J. J. Hawkins .............. Brantford, 

Brant, Pf.R ....... Jaiues S imerville ......... Dundas. 

Brant, fl.R ....... Wm. Paterson ............ Brantfnrd, 

SroekeOU .......... Jno. Fisher Wood ........ Biockville, 

Brnmi: ............... S. A. Fishar ................. Knowlton, Q 

Bruce, E.R ......... Rupert M. Wells ......... Toronto 

Bruce., N.R ....... Alex. McNeill .............. Wiarton, 

Bruce, W.S ....... James Soinarville ......... Lucknow. O 



Cape Breton ..... 



-^"Donald ......... Ur.QUceBiiy.NS 



1 Murray Dodd Sydney, N S 

CardtueU Thomas White Montre.il 

Carleton, NB. ...David Irvine Wicklow N 

Oarlfttm, Urn. Sir J. Macdonald.. Ottawa 

Caribim James Reid Quesu-l!e. B. C 

OhanMy p. li Beuoit St. Hubert. Q 

Champlain H. Montplaisir C.dela M>_ del ne 

Cha.rlf.mrix Simon X. Oimou St. Etieune M.tlhaie 

Charlotte A. H. Gillmor St. George, N B 

C : iateattguay Edward Hoi ton Montreal 

Chi.-otit. fcStgucn J. A. Gagne Chicoutimi, Q 

Onlc/iextfr Hon. A. W. McLelan.... Ottawa 

Comptim Hon. J.H. Pops Ottawa 

Cumberland Han. SirC.Tupper Ottawa 

Diglnj H m. W. B Vail Halifax, NS 

Darcketttr Ch.is A. Lusage Ste. Claire, Q 

Drum d<A>-thub.D O. Bom-beau Victormville, Q 

Dundas C. E. Hickev Morrishurg, 

Durham, K. ft.. ..A. I . H. Williams Port Hope, 

Durham. W R...H<in. E. Bl ika Toronto 

Eljin, E. R John II. Wilson S Thomas, 

Elgin, W. R G. E. Casey Finaal. 

ssex. N R James C. Patterson Windsor. 

Estto>, S. R Lewis Wigle Leamington, 

Fftn/enac Hon.G. \. Cirkpstrick. Kingston, 

f Pierre K.irti,- iaspe Btsin, Q 

1 "ry Don il,l Mii-nia - ter Mniit.i--l 

" f Kennedv K. Burn.- Brhurst N B 

GrenviUe, S. ...Wui. T. BeuSou Cardinal 

Grey, E. R Thorn is S Si.--.uie Mirkdalo. O 

(?>//, ff. R B iiij-uuin All.vi itweu Sound, 

Ori ij. S. R f }ntca 1,-ui lorkin Hanover. 

Quy thorough John A Kirk Glfiielg, N S 

Haldimand David Th unpson Deans, 

Halifax i-! h " f- Stair* Hilifax. N S 

IMilaohvB Daly Halifax N S 

Haltan Wm. McOranev Oakville, 

Hamilton, Oitg .. {;r aili;is K - Jilvert.... Hamilton, 
I Thomivs Robertson ...Hamilton. 

Bants W n. IL-nrv Allison ....Nep>rt. N S 

Hastings. E. R ..John White Ro.sliu. 

Bakings, X. R ..Hon. M. Bowel! Ottiwa 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. p. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hastings. W R ..Alex. Robertson .......... BHIe.ville, 

Hachelaffl ......... Alph mfe Dt-sjanlins ____ Montreal 

Huntinydfin ....... Julius Scnver. . ......... II -ruiuinsford, Q 

Huron, E. R ..... Th >ma* KarroW... ......... Blucvale. 

Hurnn S R ...... John M-M^lan ............. W .instance. 

Hti,nrt, IF ....M.ilo.l-n C Ctrneroti. ...(} .deri.-h. 

IburmUe... . ...... Krangois |{--cliard .. ...... Mt Johnson, Q 

Inverness .......... Hiuh Cameron .......... Mahou N 3 

Jacques Curlier Desire liroimrd .......... Montreal 

Tnliett- .......... ...Eil. G i lhaiilt .............. loliette, Q 

Kamounxka ...... C. B. Bl mdeau ........ St. Pascal, Q 

Kent, N. B. ...... 

Kent. O ............ Henry Smvth ............. Ch-uham. 

King s, A r . B ...... 9enrge E F ister.... ...... \pohaiiun, N B 

King s N. S ..... Donnias H. W .d worth. Corn w*.H. \ S 

Pe t-r A. Molnt\re...Sonris. P E I 

-V C. \IacD .nnl.j ...... Monla-ue Bridge 

Kingston ......... Alexander Gunn ......... Kingston. 

Lamhtnn. E R...J.II. Kairbauk .......... iVtroMa. 

Lambtnn, W R..J.V Ui-iter... .............. Sarnia, O 

Lana/k. ff.R ..... Ins. J IIIIJKSOII .............. Aim nte, 

Lanark. S. R ..... I. G. H.ifL art ............. Perth. 

Lapraine ........ Alfred iMnsonn-anlt. ...St. J le Mineur 

L Asy/nption ...H llurtenn ................. S l.in. Q 

Li vil .............. J A Ouiujet .............. M ntr.*al 



Knmptville.O 

L fls, S R ...... GMOrsje Tavlor .............. Gana i.ique, 

fsnnrix ............ Hon. Sir J. Ma<-donald. Ottawa 

Levis .............. Hon J )S G Blinchet. . Levis, 

Lincoln <6Niag ..3 Rvkert ............... St C^fharines, 

Li.xqar ............... Arthur W R. .ss .......... Winnipeg, M 

Vllet ............... P. B. Oa-nr-ain ........... Quebec 

L md in ............ Hon. John C.irlint; ...... mtaxva 

Lot/)iniei-f. ......... C. I. Rinfret .............. Std. Croix, Q 



Robert Watson ........... Port use 1 4 Prairie 

M/ti/,-innnyc ...... Frmlerii-k lloiide ......... Montreal 

M ff tntie ............ I^.J. (>it. n.h ax Frechette.Sf. Kerdinaud, Q 

M ; dille.xex, E. W.Diint-an Macmillan ..... L tvlon, 

Midil.lf.sf3:, :V R. Ti ijothy Couitblin ...... Offt. 

Middlexrx, S /?...J^m-s Armstrong ......... \ t -noon, 

Midillrsfx, W /( .ifeorjrp W n. R .ss ...... Strathroy. 

Misrisquoi ......... (J B Bik~-r .............. S veetsimi sr, Q 

.V nck ............ I/afhlin Mi-O.tllum ...... Stronm- ss. 

M iritKalm ......... l- irmin DnsiJiH ............ Montcalin. Q 

Mmtmagnii ...... Philippe Liudry ......... Qm-hec 

Mi>,it,ni >re.<icij ....Pi.-r/e v Valin ............ QueS-.ec 

M mt.r^ril.. Centre.,} "hn .I .", i^inan ....... Montreal 

Mmtrfiii, Eti*t... Ch is. ,1. Oonrs >i ........... M"tiirel 

Alontrfiil, Hex/ ..^Iifthew !I G-nlt ....... Montreal 

M-tsk >k.-i... ......... Wrn I Mwurd O B -it-u... Shanty Ray, 

mUe ...... Mede-ic Caind-il ......... Napiervillrt, Q 

W-itmin.ste.rJ. \ II. ll.iin-r .......... Vew W-stmin-ter 

............ F X. ). M.-ih.t ......... St. Pien-e les B.,Q 

, N. R ...John Cha.lron ............ L\nedor-h. 

iV .r I ,,!!,; S. R ...... Ios~ph.la-ki.on... ....... -im.-oe, O 

W>rf.!i im </. .V.fl. Hon. Per-,- Mitchell ..... Montreal 

Ninr-thum.O.,E.R.VAvfi\ C.n-hrarirf ......... Bii.:htoi. 

N rrtli d.O, (rff.G.-O iTH Quillet. ........... Ciihoiug, M 

Ontario, A . H. ..A. P.Coi-Uhurn .......... KnHverton,0 

On :i,-in TF./f. ...Q.,<Ts{e Wheler ............. Uxhridue. 

Ontario, S. R. ...F. W. Glen ................ Oshawa, 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



ITO NCIES. 



MEMBERS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Ottatoa - C>t y 
Ottawa, County 
A". K 



Ch-\f. II Miuibinti sh.Ottawa 
Joseph INsse ............ 6ttaw,. 

Alnnzo Wright ............ Ironside. Hull, Q 

^s Sutherland ....... Woodstock, 

Oxford, S It ...... Arch ILirley... ......... Hirlay. 

Perl ................ James Fleming ............ B.-amptnn, 

Fh-th, iV. R ...... .-. II. Husson... ............ Stratford, 

Perth, f!. R. ______ James Trow ............... Stratford. 

P tf.rhurn , K. ft .John Burnham ............ Ashburnham, 

Peterboro , W. It. ityirgu IMiiard ......... Pi- t~rborough, 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



MEMBERS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Pontiac John Brvs m Kort Coulonge, Q 

Portne.uf I E. A. De St. Georges. ..Quebec 

Prescoti Simon Ltbrasse St. Eugene. 

,,. n a T I Kdward Hackett Finnish, P E I 

Prince., P. B. I... | Jjt|l||l(i Ye() P( , n m| , p E j 

Prince Kri mi...J.>hn Milton Platt Picton. 

Prove.ncher .. Jo-eph R >\al St. B miface, M 

, Centre... .J G. B-mse Quebec 

E<ixt ... Hon. Wil rid Liurier... Arthahaskaville 

Que.be.c. West H >n. Tims. McUreevy... Quebec 

Quf.bec County.. ..Hon. J. P. K. A. Caron. Ottawa 

Queen s, tf. H. ...Georre G. King Chipman. N B 

Queen s, N. S. las F. Forbes Liverpool, N S 

O P F T k ! Davies Cbarl ittetown 

" Uf rl \ F. de *t C. Bre.:keu ...Charlottetown 

Renfrew, TV. ft. ..Peter White Pembroke, 

Renfrew. S .R... Robert Csmobel! Ks;anville, 

Rextigouche George M >tfat Dalhmisie, N B 

Richelieu Louis II Musue Varennen, Q 

Richmond. N.S. II. V. P.ti ,t HilifiX. N S 

Ri.ch d(t-Wolfe,Q William B Ives hrbrook, Q 

Rim"U.iki L .uis A B lly Sr.G de Rirnouski 

Rnuville, G. A. Gigiiilt St. Cesaire. Q 

Ruitsell M K. Dickinson Manotick, 

St. FTi/ ia nthe ....M. E lierni-r St. Hvacintbe, Q 

St.Jokn.ffB ,nttj.ll .n. Sir 1, Tilley Ottawa 

St.Jot>n.iY.rl..cdy j Hon. Isaac Burpee. ...St. John. N B 

and County .... I C. W. Weldon St John, N B 

St. John. Q F. Bourassa St. Volantine. Q 

St. Mturice L. L. L DI-H.IU Inters Montreal 

Selkirk Huuh Suthe:l.iud Winnipeg, M 

Pond, Q 



Three Rivers . 
Toronto, Centre. 

Toronto. Rut 

Toronto, 



S/ielburne Thomas Robertson Barringtou, N S 

Sherbroobe R. X. Hall Sherbrooke, Q 

Simcne, E R Herman H. Cook Ujrouto 

Stmcue, Pf R Daltnn McCarthy B.i-rie, O 

Simcoe, S. R Richard Tvrwhitt Bradford. 

Stuleirtgr.s G.R.L.G.II S De Beaujen . Coteau du Lac,Q 

Stanstewi Charles C. Colby Stanstead, Q 

St wai i nt & C0rn { Darby Ber S n Cornwall, 

Sunbury Charles Burpee Sheffield. N B 

( Riviere du LOUD 

Terniscouata P. E. Grandbois -\ / , \ /^ 

( (en Das) Q 

Terrebonne Hon. J. A Chapleau Ottawa 

.Hon. Sir H. Laugevin... Ottawa 

Robert Hay Toronto 

.Johu Small Toronto 

James Beaty. jun Toronto 

Tivo Mountains. ..3. B. Daoust St. Eustache. 

Vancouver Island. David Wm. Gordon. ...Nanaimo, B C 

V lwlreuil Hugh McMillan Rigaud, Q 

Verclieres Hon. F. Geoffrion Vorcheres. Q 

pr. . -, f Edgar Crow Baker.... Victoria, B C 
ia, a t/... | Noah s D . lkt . S p B!ire . ...victoria, B C 

Vu.toria,Pf.B Hon. John Costigan... Ottawa 

Victoria. N.S C. J. Campbell.... Baddeck, N 8 

Victoria. O.,N. /?...Hctor Cameron Toronto 

Victoria. O , $ ft. Jos. R. Dundas Lindsay. 

Waterloo, JV ft. ...Hugo Kranz Beilin, 

Wtt-rloo, S.R ....James Livingstone Baden, 

We.llu.nd John Ferguson Niagara. 

Wellington C. ft. ..George T. Orton Fergus, 

W llinyton, N.R. Jas. McMnllen M mut Forest, 

Wellington, Aft .James Innes Gutlph. 

Went worth, N. K. Thomas Bain Strabane, 

Witntwarth, f* ft. Louis Springt-r Hamilton, O 

W .-,lmorfla,nd....JoA&\\ Wood . Sackvillrt, NB 

Winnipeg Thomas Scott Winnipeg, M 

YnU F. J. Barnard Victoiia. B.C 

Yimaska Fabian Vanasse Montreal 

Yarmouth ..J. K. Kinney Yarmouth, N.8 

York,N.B John Pickard Fredericton, N.B 

York, 0.. .aft ...Hon. A. MacKenzie Toronto 

York, 0., N.R...Wm. Mulork Toronto 

York,O., W.ffi...N. C.Wallace Wood bridge, 



She/font Mii-haol Au^er Roxton 

OFFICERS O" THE (IOUSE. John G. Bourinot, Clerk of the H mse; F. Rouleau, Clerk Assistant; Henry Hartney, 
A<xoiintnnr.: GUI JIVIK vv. Wicksteed. Lw Clerk: William Wilson, Asnistant Law Clerk and English Translator; 
F. Huve* ami R J. Wick-teed, Assistant English Translators; T. G. Courcolles. Assistant Law Clerk and French 
Translator: J. V. Gingra^. J. A. Genand. A, Frechette, E. Query, L. Liramboise. and D. L. Desaulniers, Assistant 
French Tran-lntors<.. J. R E Cbai le.au. Trinslatr>r of Votes and Proceedings and Journals. F. MaoGillivray, Clerk of 
Routine ami R.v>rd*; Henry B Suiart. Enali-h Kngrossinsf Clerk ; R. Romaine, Proof-reader and Clerk of Stationery; 
A. Sloane, AHHisiant ditto; "l B. Tax lor. Indexing Clerk, Ac. R. McG. Moffat, Clerk of Standing Committees on 
Riilwaxs and Kinking >m>) Ooinnien-t); E. P. Hartney. A-sistant ditto and Clerk of Standing Committee on Public 
Amounts. Chrtrlen Panet, Clerk of Standing Committees on Miscellaneous Private Bills and on Standing Orders; 
Walter Tod i. Assistant ditto E. Tas^g. Cleik of Committees; Krangois X. Blanchet, Assistant Clerk of Committees. 
Herman P..etter. ( 1-rk of Vote" and Proceedings; William C. Bowles, Assistant ditto and Secretary to the Clerk of 
the House. Win. B. R s, Eiiu lis.h Journal Clerk ; A. G. D. Taylor. Assistant ditto and Clerk of Petitions. J. Dalton, 
Cl-M k of Sessional Papers. I iene Rivet, Frenrn Journal Clerk. Robert Brewer, Assistant Accountant. N. Balzuretti, 
T. Ouimet and \. R hidoux. Junior Clerks; P. Poirier, Postmaster: J. Stansfield, Assistant Postmaster; A. E. 
Pell tier, Mi-ssengcr, Post Office. Donald W. Macdonell. Sergfant-at-Arms; Henry R. Smith, Deputy ditto. Lueien 
Duhe Chief M"sfng*-r: N. Turgeon. Assistant ditto. R. Harris, Doorkeeper; Edward Storr, Assistant Doorkeeper 
Joseph Brown, Bank Me^naer. 0. Roberge, M. l,aflamme. J. JE. Asselin, F. X. Lemienx. W. Ciirns and A. Lizotte, 
Messei gcrs. 0. A. B .ndreault. the (1-ik s Messenger. James Fitzsimmons. Geo. Smith, Night Watchmen. James 
Sinclair. House (" arpetiter. Printing "f Parli iment Henry Hartney. Managerj; E. Bottel-eil. jun., Distributor of 
Printed Papers; N Boulet at.d II. A. Botterell. Assistant ; J. Rivet and W. Wnillock, Messengers. 

ADDRESS. To the Honourab e the Elouse of Comf^is of tne Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition ot 

[Place, and Date] Ilumblv Hhoweth. That. Ac. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Sir Alexander Campbell, 
K C.M.U., Q.C , Minister of Justice; (ieortre W Burbidge, 
Deputv Mini-ter f .Justice: A. Power, Chit f Cleik; Jc.hn i 
Leslie G. L. B. Fraser. A. Keefer, F. II Gosh-irne. W. H. ! 
Bla<ka <ar. H. B S Line and P. M Cote. C l-rks; H. G. i 
IIl>kiik. Minister s Private Secretary : John Clay and 
P. B. Cumin Messengers. Penitentiary Branch J. G. 
Hovlan, Inspector . f Penitpntiaries; (>eorge L. Foster, 
Accountant; Henry L >w. Cleik. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT I Bistern Block]. Hon. Mackenzie 
Bowell, Minister of Cu-itiims: J. Johnson. Commissioner; 
J. W. Pi-achy, Chif Cl-rk : W. G Parmelee Accountant 
and Chiet Cl k : .T.im-s B-ry. Chief Siatistical Clerk; 
H. C. Hay, T. J Watt -rs, G. V. Fnc. J. S. Fairweather. C. 
H Harding. F. Bennet. A. C Ble*kny, W. C. Baker. ^. H. 
Fawcett, James J. Campbell, A. L. Walters. Wm. Russell, 



Georee Stokes Robinson, John Ackers, T. A. D. Bliss 
Sydney Dunberie, John Courtnay, E. L. Sanders and J 
K. Smith, Clerks ; J. L. Sanders, Acting Minister s 
Secretary; H. Kavanagh, J. J. Kerr. J. W Cudlip and 
T. 0. Mewbnrn, Inspectors of Ports; J. F. Wolff, Special 
Officer , J. Walls and John Carleton, Messengers. 

COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 

Those marked thus * are Warehousing Ports. 
Amfierstburg,* E. Anderson. Clifton,* W Leggett. 
Bdleville* W. Webster. Coaticook* W. 8. Williams. 

Bi-iintfurd* II. B. Leemine. Cohourg* Ch. E Ewing. 
Brighton,* M K. Lorkwood. (TnLbnrne.,* D. E. Mact arlane. 
Broi-kville.* George Easf.on. Cnrnwll,* Alex. McMillan. 
f hulliam,* J G.Pennefather. Cramahe,* George A. Fowler 
CLa.re.ncemUe.fi.yi. Pattison. Darlington* John Rankin. 



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Dover* T. B. Barrett. Maydalen Islands, J. R. F. 

Dundas,* W. Gillspy. Painchaud. 

Dundee..- M. M. Smith. Montrea.1* M. P. Rvan. 

Dunnrille, A. Brownson Morrisburg, Hiram Carman. 
frrrt Erie,.* Win. Buckner. Napanee, K. D. Phillips, Ac g 
Prelighsburgh, W. 0. Baker. New Carlisle.* P.O. Beauchesue 
Gananoque, J. Oriniston. Newcastle, F. Farncoaib. 
Qaspe,* J. .1. Kavanagh. Niagara.* W. Kirby. 
Goderich* D Doty. Oukville,* R. K Chisholm. 

Guelph. V. A Heflvrnan. Oshawa.* George Fr. Blarney 
Hawittos,*D4vidMcCuMocb. Ottawa, Z. Wilson. 
Hemmingfirrd, H. S. Proper. Owen Sound, J. C. Stephens. 
Hnpe* E. .f. W. Burton. Rim,* Thomas Hall. 

Kingston.* Clarke Hamilton. Pfi tawi? sAeraeW.N.Rutledge 
Kingsville. 8. King. , Perce. W. Flynn 

Lacotle, P. Dozois. Peifrboro , James Stratton. 

Lindsay, D. Browne. Pictn* Walter J. Koss. 

London.* Rob >rt Reid. Potton, W. Lynch. 

Prescott,* H. O. Jessup. fit. Hyacinth". J. S. Hamel. 

Quebec* J. W. Dunscomb. ^. Johns* H G Pcrchard. Act 
Rimouaki* P. L. Gauvreau. Stratford. John Hamilton. 
Ru.sselt.own. R. Rogers. Windsor,* Wm. Benson. 

Sarnia, * Q. N. Mitheson. Wiodstick,* W. (I. Vanlngen 
Saugeen. James Fleming. Sutton. Asa Frary. 
Sautt Stf.. Marie* J. Wilson TVtree Rimrs, A/A. Lanthier. 
Sherbro il;?,. Chas. E. Pony. Tornto.* Hon. Jas. Pat on. 
*>rei, G Pelletier. Trenton* ,). F. McQuire. 

Stanstead, C S. Channell. Wallaceburgh. C Fraser. 
. " Marines. H. H. Collier. Whitby* Q. A. Carson. 

DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE. Hon. .1. Costigan. 
.Minister of Inland Revenue; K. Vliall, Commissioner. 
Corresponding Branch W. Himsworth. Coi responding 
Clerk: W. Carter, Assistant Corresponding Clerk and 
Short-hand writer; A. Lugsignan. Clerk and Translator. 
Accountant s Branch P. M. Robins. Chief ClerK and 
Accountant; V. R. K. Campeau, Assistant Accountant; J. 

E. Valin.C. K Hall, J. A. D ..you. G Brunei, J. P. Brown 
and John Byrues, Clerk -. Statistical Branch F. Measam, 
W. L. Heron. R. Nettle, J. F. Shaw. Canal Branch B. 
H. Teakles, N. Stewart, R Dtnlin. Hydraulic, Rf.nts, 
<:. 0. E. Chubbuck. Forms Branch F. K. Blafch. 
Stamps Branch H. Q. LaMotne. Standards Branch 
W. J. Johnstone, J. Brunei. Secretary to Minister W. F. 
Walsh. Laboratory Clerk John Fowler. Extra Clerk 
Ed Chatauvert. Messengers G. Fowler and R. Archam- 
bault. 

Inspectors of Inland Revenue. Henry Godson, of 
Toronto, Chief Inspector: John Davis, of Windsor, for 
Windsor District; John Morr->w, of Toronto, for Toronto. 
District; W. L. Hi mil ton, of Ottawa, for Kingston district; 
R. Bellemare, of Montreal, for Montreal District: .1. M Le 
moine. of Quebec, for Quebec District; Thos. Hanford. of 
St. John. X.B., for New Brunswick District: R Horralaile, 
of H ilifax. X. 3 . for Vnva Scotia District ; W. F Gouin, 
of Winnipeg, for Manitoba District; C. T. Dupont. of 
Victoria, for B-itish Columbia District; R. Borradaile, of 
Htlifax, for Prince Edward Island John Davis, of 
Windsor, Inspector of Distilleries. W. J. Gerald. Inspec 
tor of Tobacco Factories. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. Vlinister of Finance. Hon. Sir S. 
L. miey.C.B.. KO.MG ; Deputy Minister of Finance and 

Secretary or the Treasury Board, J. M. Courtney. Finan 
cial Inspector, T. D. Tims. Accountant of Contingencies, 
Thomas Koss. Comptroller of Dominion Currency, Fred 
Toller. Dominion Book-keeper. J. A. Torranc". Chief 
Clerk to Savings Banks. C J. Anderson Superintendent 
of Insurauc-, .1. i}. Chervimiiu. Assis ant Superintendent 
of Insurance C. R. An terson. First Class Clerks R. W. 
Baxter. M. A. Higgins. John Robins. M. G. Dickieson. 
Second Class Clerks U M. larvis, R. O Reilly. H A. 
Jones, J A Clayton, E. S. Wiggins, J.P. Macphrson, J. 
B. H. \eeve, J. R. Nash. C. E. Turgeon, C. A. Gough, C. 

F. Street. H. G. R. Fripp. A.K. Blackader, G. Y. Crook- 
shank, Gen. Lowe. .J. McNici.l, N. S. Garland. James 
Hopkirk. Third Class Clerks C H Terry, John Belfour. 
C J. Tanker. Chas. Webber, John Fraser. W. L. Blair, E. 
Capbert, Thos <)ilmour, F A. Coffin, Cameron Stanton, 
H. S. Watson, C. W. Tusdwill. T. C Boville. T- W. C. 
Tabor Secre ary to Minister. G. Y Crookshank. 
feff."rs Peter Connolly, Patrick Pender. F. McCaffrey, W. 
H. Ostrom, J F M ^affrey. 

DEPARTMEVT p PUBLIC WORKS. Minister of Public 
Works. Hon. Sir H. L Linirevin C.U.. K.O.M G. Deputy 
Minister of Public Works. (J. F. Baillairge. S Cretary. 
F. H. Knuis. Chief Engineer. H F. Perley. Chief Archi 
tect. Thos. Fuller. Ace (UQiant. 0. Dionne. Chief Clerk. 



Engineering Branch, R. Steckel. Mechanical Engineer, 
J. R. Arnoldi. First Class Clerk, C. McCarthy. Second 
Class Clerks L. Lefebvre. F. J. Mackay, E. P. Bance, 
Ant. Gobeil. A.. Kingston, J. C. Tache, jun., F. C. Light- 
foot. Third Class Clerks D. A. Macphe. son P. Cartier, 
J. E. Verrault. E. Dionne, E. Roy, J. Cote, II. Talbot, S. 
O Brien. A. Lacerte. Messengers H. Potvin. Jos. A. 
Chabot, Geo. Hennesey. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT GENERAL POST OFFICE, OTTAWA. 
Postmaster-General, Hon. John Caning; Deputy Post- 
master-Gen l. W. (I Griffin. Secretary s Branch Secret y, 
Lieut.-Col. W. White ; Assistant Secretary, W. D. LeSueur; 
1st Clags Clerks H. S S. Weatherley, J. Walsh and A. 
Lindsay; 2nd Class Clerks G. H. Hargrive, H. W. 
Griffln. J. Graham, C, Sangster, H. G. Hopkirk and A. W 
Throop; 3rd Class Clerks C. Falconer, G. R. White, J. M. 
O Leary, G Ranee, D. A. C. MacDondld. A. J. McDermid, 
A. McLennan. G. J. Sinks, J. A. Macdonald, W. J. 
Frechette, H. H. Morten J Carter, G. A. Gouin, H. Knauf, 
A. Bolduc. F. G. Becher, J. Chamard, G. Marssn, R. E. B. 
Doucct, A. E. Heming, W C. Little, J. Brown, G. A. D. 
Maillaue, N. Champagne, P. W. Myrand, H. H Phinney, 

C. Roy, B. Biggs. F. G. Moon, C. P. V. Heroard, E. E. 
Lemieux. E. P. Stanton, B. Northrop and E. L. Taylor; 
Packers E. Daubuey. T. \. Caffarati. J. B. Laurie and J. 
Marrier. Printing and Supply Branch Miperintendent, 
Sidney Smith, ju .: 2nd Clns-s Clerks, J. 0. Fortier : 
Packers S. Greenfield. J. K Greenfield W. Ferguson, R. 
Greenfield, C. A.Clark, W. Cnoch. M. Galvin, T Haitnedy, 
G. Elbourne, J. Brig^s. A. Morse. D. Clarabut. J. Barrett, 
J. Elliott and J. Mullen Accountant s Branch Account 
ant. II. A. Wicksteej; Assistant Accountant. W. H. 
Smillisou; 1st Class Clerks, P. E. Bucke and J. Plunkett; 
^nd Class Clerks E. H. Benjamin, L. Blanchet. C J. B. 
Higginsaml G. M PatricK; 3rd Class Clerks R. I.Oliver, 

D. F. McCarthy, W. MuK. Blanchard. J. G. Fortier, E. 
A. D. Jones, W. M. Brophy, P. T L-ahy. L,. II Poulibt. 
Doucet. D. A. Barrett, I . McGrail, N. G. D Auteuil, W. H. 
Burpee. A. Devine, T. M. Oliver. R. Henderson. G. C. 
Anderson, E. Wilson, F. K. Hi Chester and F. Lemienx ; 
Chief Clerk, Cashier, J. Ashworth. M Wey Order Braneh 
Superintendent, J. C. Stewart; Asst. Superintendent, 
G. F. Everett; 1st Class Clerk. W. J Barrett; 2nd Class 
Clerks J. P Bropln , F. W. Creiiihton T. B Smith and 
R. I. Shaw; 3rd Class Clerks M. K. Dunlevie, J. F. Wall. 
S Thorne. J C. Bonuer, A. W. Wall. J. H. Spencer, D. 
Macphirson. W. J. Johnstone. K. R. H. Brooks. M. J. 
Fiim, P. B. Powell, F. M. S. Jenkins. F. H. F. Mercer. F. 

E. S Grout, C. W. Lally, T. E. Visser, W. R. Hanley, J. 
L. Olivier. R. S. Bishop and W. Rowan. Savings Bunk 
Branch. Superintendent. ; Asst. Superintendent, 

D. Matheson : 2nd Class Clerk. J. Rose Smith; 3rd Class 
Clerks :. B. Bell, W H. Kreps, W. H. Kapleson, W. H, 
Harrington, W. H. McCu*ig, G. L. Plnnkett, J H. Fair- 
weather. J. 0. B^atty. J. P. Nutting, E A. Black. J. H. 
Bollard. P. B. Taylor, E. E. F. Taylor, II. N. P. Oheslt-y, 

E. F. Jarvis, W. C E. Stewart. A V. L. Geddes. A Lamp- 
man. H. McGillivray. W T. Wilson, and R. M. Smith ; 
Packer. W. J Bf]l;"Messen. ers M. Bennett. J. Bell, J. 
Dodd, S Graham aud I). Courtney. Private Secretary. 
A. L. Jarvis. 

Piist Office Inspectors Chief Inspector, J De we, Ottawa ; 
Nova Scotia, C J Macdonald. Halifax; Prince Edward 
Island. A. A. Macdonald. (Postmaster of Cliarlottetown), 
Charlottetown; New Brunswick. John McMillan. St. John; 
Quebec. W. G. Shepp-trd, Quebec ; Threw Rivers, Geo. 
A. Buurseois, Three Rivers; Montreal. E. F. King, Mon 
treal: Ottawa. T. P. French, Ottawa: Kingston. G.E. Griffin, 
Kingston: Toronto, M. Sweetnam. Toronto: Barrie, D. 
Sprv, Uarrie; London. <obt. W. Barker. London ; British 
Columbia, Robert Wallace. Victoria Manitoba and North- 
West Territory, W. W. McLeod, Winnipeg. 

DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS. Hon. Sir 
Charles Tupper, K.C.M.G., Minister ; A. P Bradley, Secre 
tary; T. Trudeau, Deputy Minister: John Page, Chief 
Engineer Canals; C. Schrieber, Chief Engineer Govern- 
on nt Railways in operation: J. Baine. Accountant; H. 
A. Fissiault. Law Clerk: W. J. Tilley. F. A. Dixon, Chas. 
Costin. Corresponding Clerks: D B. Stewart, Assistant 
Accountant; S. L Shannon, Accountant s Branch: T. 
Cross. Ij. K. Jones A. N. Greenfield, Railways in Operation 
Branch ; C C Chipman Private Secretary: A. W. Almon, 
Draughtsman : J F. N. Bonneville. M W. Maynard, L. 
H. Filteiu. L. N Fortier. L. Q. Dion. W. A Hill. H. L. B. 
Ross. A. Cameron, J. W. Pugsley and J. E. Methot, 
Records: J. N. Deslauiiers, C. Neville and J. Deslauriera. 
Messengers. 



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DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENOK. [Western Block.] 
Hon. A. P. Carou, Minister of Militia and Defence; Lt.-Col. 
.Hon. 0. E. Pauet, Deputy of the Minister; (apt. Alphonse 
Benoit and Fred. Aldrich, Private t-ecretai ies : Kugene 
Verreault, Messenger. Office, of Minister nf Militia and 
Defence. B Suite, H. D. J. Lane. Colin Canipbell (Retired 
Assistant Paymaster R. N.). and Sim. Lelievre. Clerks; John 
W. Gow, Messenger. Account Branch C. H O Meara, 
Chief Clerk and Accountant: Lt-Col. D. A. Macdonaid. W. 
H. Aumond, Edmund B. Holt, Clerks: N. Casault. Mes 
senger. Store Branch Lt.-Ol. John Macpherson, Director 
of Stores and Keepir of Militia Properties; Major Geo. 
Grant. F. L. Jones. P. Clarke, Clerks. Military Branch 
Major-Gen. R. G. A. Luard. Commanding the Militia of 
the Dominion of Canada; Col. *V. Powell, Adjt -General of 

Militia; Aide-de-Camp to Major Gen. Luard. 

Adjutant- General s Q//ic". W R. Wright, Chief Clerk: F. 
X. Lambert, G. Seymour, T. C. La Rose, G. E. M. Sher 
wood, Major W. R. S. Wainwright, Clerks; C. Dion, 
Messengers. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The Right Hon. Sir John 
A. Macdonaid, P C.. K C.B . Minister of the Interior: 
Lindsay Krs.-eil, Deputy Minister: H Kinloch. Pri 
vate Secretary ; A. M. Burgess, Win. Howe, A. L. 
Jarvis, Clerks; C. Owne, A. Swinburne. Peter Robert 
son, Alexander Robertson, Patrick Coy and James Dunnet. 
Messengers. Dominion Lands Branch. Lindsay Russell, 
Surveyor-General: Andrew Russetl. Chief Clerk : J.John 
ston, Chief Draughtsman; Frank Clayton, Clerk in charge 
of Draughts Room; P. B. Douglas, Corresponding Clerk: 
W. M. Goodeve. N. Tetu. R. Lang, K. J. Henry, J. M. 
Gordon, J. E. L Etoile. L Hamilton, Martin Brady, H. 
O. Cote, F. H. Cowper Cox and G. W. Patergon, Clerks; 
P. B. Symes, R. W. Baldwin, L T. Lacasse, Diaughtsmeu. 
Ordnance and Admiralty Lands Sub-Branch. F. P. Austin, 
First Class Clerk; Wm. Mills. Accountant; C. C. Rogers, 
Clerk of Correspondence ; J. A. Pinard, Assistant Ac 
countant; P. G. Keyes, Clerk. School Lands Branch F. 
S. Checkley, Clerk. Dominion Lands Branch, Winnipeg 
Agent of Dominion Lands Donald Codd : Assistant Agent, 
A. J. Belch; Crown Timber Agent. J. Anderson; Inspector 
of Surveys. A. H. Whitcher : Accountant, Ricnard Hunter; 
Clerks, M B. Wood, Roger Goulet, Alex. Jaffray. G. F. New- 
combe, T. Richards. LOCH! Laud Agents Kinerson. George 
Neweombe; Pembina Mountains, H Lunderkin; Assistant, 
J. Graham; Portage La Prairie. Augustus Mills; Little 
Saskatchewan. C. Fisher; Assistant. J. Sutherland; Prince 
Albert. N W. T.. George Duck. North- West Mounted Police 
Branch. V. White, Comptroller of North-West Mounted 
Police; L.Fortescue. Clerk; A. Fisher. Accountant. 

DEPARTMENT OF INIHAN AI-FAIRS INSIDE SERVICE. The 
Eight Hon. Sir John A. Macdoriald. P.C . K.OB, G.C.M G., 
Sup. General of Indian Affairs; L. Vankoughnet. Deputy- 
do.; Robert Sinclair. Chief Clerk and Accountant; Wm. 
Plummer. First Class Clerk; A. Dingman, Inspector of 
Indian Agencies and Reserves; W. A. Austin, Chief 
Draughtsman; G. W. Burbridge. Solicitor of Indian 
Affairs; J V. de Boucher ville. Land Sale* Clerk; A. N. 
McNeill, Corresponding Clerk: K. W. Smith, Assistant 
Accountant; John McGirr. Clerk of Statistics; J. D. 
McLean. Stenographer; M. Benson, French Translator; 
Samuel Stewart, Clerk of Records ; T. F. S Kirkpatrick, 
D. C. Scott. R. ij. Daltnn. Clerks : Thos. Coffey. jun., Asst. 
Land Sales Clerk ; H. G McL. Maingy, JOH. Dejisle, H. J. 
Brook, Clerks ; H. C. Ross. Miss Fannie Yielding, Index 
Clerks; John Austen, F. A. Ross. D. C. F. Bliss, Extra 
Clerks: Thos. Starmer, House-keeper and Messenger; Jas. 
Stocombe. Messenger; F. R. Biche, Extra Messenger. 

OUTSIDE SERVICE. Indian Branch Ontario. J. T. 
Gilkiuson, Indian Supt. and Commissioner, Brantford; J. 
C. Phipps. Indian Supt, Manitowaning: Ebeue/.er Watson, 
Indian Land Agent, Sarnia ; Charles Skene, Indian Supt.. 
Parry Sound; John Mclntyre, Indian Agent. Lac des 
Mille Lacs; B. B. Millar, Indian Lmids Agent, Wiarton : 
Thos. Gordon, Indian Agent, Strathroy ; Wm Van Abbott. 
Indian Lands Agent, Sault Ste. Marie; B. W. Ross, do., 
Cockburn Island; Wm. Bull, Indian Agent, Wiarton; 
John Creightou, do., Sauaeen: Chas. B. Savage, Indian 
Lands Agent, Gore Bay ; John F. Day, do., Bruce Mines; 
T. G. Pile, do., Deseronto; A. B. Cowan, do., Gauanoque; 
John Beattie. Indian Agent. Highgate ; James Paul, do.; 
Egansville; Matthew Hill, Shaiiuouville; H. H. Thomp- 
srn, Penetauguishene ; J. P. Donuell, Agent, Fort William. 
Lake Superior; Adam English, do., Keeite, Point; Alex. 
McKelvey, do., Walpole Island; G. B. McDermott, do. 
Sengog; E. Harris, do., Gore s Landing; John Thackeray, 
do., Almvick; W. R. McPhee, do., Rama; J. R. Stevenson. 



do, Georgina. Quebec Chas. Logue, Indian Agent, M.iui- 
waki; Geo E. Cherrier. do.. Caughnawaga; Louis F. 
Boucher, Indian Supt., Betsiamits via Taduuasac; John 
Davidson. Indian Agent, Dundee: L. t Otis, do . Pointe 
Blue : Henry Vassal, do , Pierreville: A. Le Bel. jun., do., 
Kiviere du Loup; Rev. 0. Drapeau, d<> . Cioss Point, 
Kesiigouche; Hev. J. Gagne do.. >>Hrie. British. Columbia 
J. \\ . Powell, Visiting Indian Supt. .Victoria: P. O Reilly, 
Indian Reserve Commissioner, Victoria; G. BelkinM>p, 
Agent to the Kwah-Kewlth Indians; W. H. Lomas, do., 
Cowichau Indians; P. McTiernjxn. do., Fraser River In 
dians; H Cornwall, do., Kamloop Indians; A. E. Howse, 
do., Okanagasn Indian*; H. GuilioJ, do. West Coast; 
Capt W. L. Meesou, do , Lilooet District. New Brunswick 
C. Sargeaut. Indian Supt., Chatham: Wm. Fisher, do., 
Frederic-ton; Moses Craig, Indian Ag>-nt. Perth. Nova 
Scotia George Wells, Indian Agent for the Counties of 
Annapolis and Shelborne ; Freeman McDormand, do. for 
the Counties of Digby and Yarmouth : Rev R. Macdonaid, 
Indian Assent, Pictou. Hev. Wm. Chii-holm.do , Antigonish, 
Rev. J. McDougall. do.. Red Islands-, Rev. D. Mclsa&c, 
do . River Inhabitants; Rev. Roderick Grant, do., lona, 
Grand Narrows; J. E. Beckwith, do., Canning; Rev. Thos. 
Butler, do, Caledonia; Jas. Gass, do.. Hants County; 
Rev. D. Connor, do., Bedford; Dr. D. H. Muir. do., Truro ; 
Dr. A. T. Clarke, do., Parsboro; Rev. M. McKenzie, do , 
Christinas Island. Prince Edward Island J. 0. Arsenault, 
Indian Supt., Lennox Island. Manitoba, Keewatin and 
North- West- Territory The Hon. E. Dewdney, Indian 
Indian Commissioner for Manitoba and North-West 
Territories. Winnipeg: E. McColl. Inspector of Indian 
Agencies, for Manitoba and Keewatin. Winnipeg; Hayter 
Reed, Sec. and Asst. Indian Commissioner, for Manitoba 
and N. W. T., do. ; T. P. Wadsworth, i us ptctor of Govern 
ment Farms and Agencies for N. W.T., do.; Wm .McGirr. 
Commissioners Cleik; Angus McKay. Indian Agent. Grand 
Rapids; Henry Martineau, do.. Manitoba House; R. 
Pither, do., Fort Francis; George McPherson, do.. Lake of 
the Woods; L. W. Herchmer. Indian Agent and Farming 
Initructor, Moosomin ; F. Ogletree, Indian Agent, Portage 
La Prairie; A. M. Muckle. do., St. Peter s and Fort Alexan 
der; Capt. A. Macdonaid, do., Qu Appelle; Wm Anderson, 
do., Edmonton; C. E. Denny, do., Fort McLeod; J M. Rae, 
sub-Agent, Carlton; W. Pocklington, Agent. Blackfoot 
Crossing: J. M. Rae, Agent. Battleford District; F. X. 
Girard, M.D.. Surgeon ; J. C. Nelson, Surveyor. 

DEPARTMENT OP STATE OK CANM<A. Hon. J. A. 
Chapleau,-Q.C., Secretary of State : Edward J. Langeviu, 
Under Secretary of State. Correspondence Branch Grant 
Powell. Henry J. Morgan (Keeper of the Records), Wm. 
Herbert Jones. Chief Clerks: H. E. Steele. First Class 
Clerk; S. Tobin, jun., Senior Second Class Clerk; E. G. 
Pulf >rd, Junior Second Class Cleik. Third Class Clerks, 
G. Emond (Shorthand Writer) and N. Larochelle. Registry 
Branch L. A.CateHiar. Deputy Registrar; J. A Belauger, 
E. Brousseau, J. Burns, A. G. Learoyd. W. S. Gliddon. J. 
W. Stcrr. G. Collins, D. D McDonald, P. T. Khwin, D. 
Dunn and C. M. Sansom, T. J. Code; Clerks. Office of the 
Queen s Printer. Brown Chamberlin, C.M G., Queen s 
Printer; W. Gliddon. A. 0. Monsseau. A. Potvin and L A. 
Giison. Clerks. Stationery Office Branch J. Young, Thos. 
Roxborough, Thos. Robertson and W. Walsh. Clerks. 
Private Secretary to Minister L. H. Tache. Messengers 
P. Logan, T. O Keefe. J. Larkin, J. Hughes and H. Allen. 
MARINE AND FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. Hon. A. W. Me- 
Lelan. Minister of Marine and Fisheries: Wm. Smith. De 
puty Minister: W.F Whitcher, Commissioner ot Fisheries; 
John H.trdie, Chief Clerk ; J. Tiltou, Accountant and Chief 
Cleik: S. P. Bauset. W. L. Magee, F. F. Gourdeau. and 
W. P. Anderson, Engineers; W. H. Alexander, R. N. 
Venuing, John Makinson, M. R. McEllinmey, Jas. B. 
Halkett, W. B. Carletou. W. W. Stumbles, M. V. C. Nichol 
son, A. H. Belliveau. J. S. Webster. A. W Owen, S. B. Krnt, 
T. E. McLelan. Jas. M. Oxley, Andrew Halkett and J. A. 
Murray, Clerks; John Corbett, D. O. R. Mann, and W. G. 
Lampey, Asst. Draughtsmen in Engineer s Office ; Viv an 
Steele, M. Lamouche. T. Aumond and M. Grant, Extra 
Clerks; Jules Morin and James Robertson, Messengers; J. 
U. Gregory, Agent,Quebec; J. H. Harding, Agent. St. John, 
N. B.; H. W. Johnston, Agent, Halifax. N.S.: F. Revely, 
Agent, Victoria. B.C. ; A. Lord, Agent, Charlottetown, P. 
El.; and H St. A. Ormond, Agent, Montreal, and Harbour 
Police Inspector; Jas. Mitchell, Superintendent of Lights, 
Newcastle, N.B.; D. M. Browne, Superintendent of Lights, 
Halifax, N.S.; Wm. Barbour, Superintendent of Lights, 
Quebec; and P. Harty, Superintendent of Lights, Ottawa; 
P. A. Scott, Chairman Board of Examiners Masters and 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



[1884. 



Mates, Halifax, N.S. ; Samuel Ridley, Chairman Board 
Steamboat Inspection, Toronto; and W. M. Smith, Deputy 
Chairman, St. John, N.B. . W. H. Yenning. Inspector of 
Fisheries, St. John, N.B., V\ T . II. Rogers, Inspect >rof Fishe 
ries, Amherst N.S.: Samuel Wilmor, Superintendent Fish 
Breeding Kstat li*hrnents, Newcast]=>,0nt ; B. Trudt-1, Chief 
of River Police, Quebec; Chas. Carpuiael Superintendent 
Meteor logical Service, Toronto; Andrew Rnbertsor., 
Chairman Harbour Commissioners, Montreal ; P. V. Valin, 
Chairman Harbour CommiM~k>ners, Quebec; Jos. Gordon, 
Chairman Harbour Commissioners, Pictou, N S ; and D. 
Walker, Chairman Harbour Commissioners. Toronto. 

DEPARTMENT or AU>KIUULTUIU; [Western Block). Hon. 
John Honry Pope, Minister of Agriculture; J. C. Tach6, 
Deputy Minister; John Lowe, Secretary of the Depart 
ment; II. Beaumont Small, First i !lass Clerk and Account 
ant; \V T . F. Boardu-an, J. E W. Currier, Second Class 
Clerks; L. Dauray, J. >;. Poper, J. G. Lmienx. Third do.; 



B. Morean, D. Cote, Messengers. Archives Biancli D. 
Berrjman, Firs Clas.i Clerk ; J. Manneite, Se.mnd do. 
Opyrigttl.s and T,a.e Murk. J. B. Jaiksnn. Kiift Class 
Clerk; G. Totu, f.cond do. Pate>,tx Branrhk. J. 
CamUe,, Chief Cleik; J. K. Uieune. H. Casgtain. Fiist 
Class Clerks; C. C. N D vill-, Dantenil. W. J. Lynch, D. 
Routhier, T. Muiatm. Second do.: L .(. Bt-lind. A. 
Levegue. 0. Caron. J. II. L.>f-trr, W. Hanri.h , A. Tach6, 
J. H. Kraer, Third do. ; J. LeveHe, Mode] Repairer; Q. 
Lemaitre, L Z Chabot, M<e,l ito >m Guardians. Statis 
tics Branch Rev. C. Tanguay. Special Auach6; Q. H. 
St. Denis, Thii d Clac* Olei k. 

Aui ITOR GE.NERAL S OFFICE. Auditor General. John 
Lorn McDougall; .<KKi-t Auditor, .las. Patoison: Cleiks, 

E. C. Barber, J. B Simpson. II. G. Dunlevie, K D. Suther 
land; H. H. Gray. T I orter, J II C. Gib.-on.J Gorman, 

F. Hayter. G.C p. 1 m. .1. B L nci). J H Balderwn and 
L. A. Bisi-oimette: less"ti_ r eis. K. astaul ami Jno. Pciider. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT TORONTO. 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. The Hon. John Beverley Robinson, Toronto. J. B. Robinon, jun., Private Secretary. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney General Hon. Oliver Mowat. 

Minister of Education " Adam Crooks. 

Commissioner of Crown Lands " T B. Pardee. 



Commissioner of Public Wirka Hon. C. F. Fraser. 

Treas. and Commis. of Agriculture ... " James Young. 
Secre ary and Registrar " A. S. Hardy. 



J. G. Scott, Q.O ., Clerk of Executive Council. J. Lonsdale C*p Kol, Assistant Clerk. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Hon. 

P. 0. ADDRESS. 



-, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Addington George Denison Hartington 

Algoma 

Brant, N. R Hon. James Young. ..Gait 

Brant. S. R Hon. A. S. Hardy ....Toronto 

BrockviUe Hon. C. F. Kras&r Toronto 

Bru^N. R John Gillies Gillies IH11 

Bruce, S. R H. P. O Connor Walkerton 

Cardwell W. H. Hammell Beaton 

Carleton G. W. Monk South March 

Cornwall A. P. Ross Cornwall 

Dafferin F.obert Mi Ghee Homing s Mills. 

Dtindas Andrew Broder West Winchester 

Durham, E. R C. H Brereton Bethany. 

Durham, W.R .las W. McLaughlin.Bowmanville 

Elgin, E. R C. 0. Ermatiuger St. Thomas 

Elgin, V/. R John Cascaden lona 

Essex. N. R Solomon White Windsor 

Essex, S. R W. D Balfoiir Amherstburgh. 

Frmdi .tiac Henry Wilmot Kingston 

Glengarry James Rayside Lancaster 

Gre.nville. S R Frederick J. French . Prescott 

Grey. 2V. R D. Creighton Owen Sound 

Grey, E. R A. W. Lander Toronto 

Grey. S. R John Bhthe Orchard 

Baldimand Jacob Baxter Cayuga 

Halton W. Kearns Burlington 

Hamilton lohn M.Gibson Hamilton 

Hastings, Tf. R Ephraim G. Sills Frankfort 

Hastings, B. R W. P. Hudson R. slin 

Hastings. N. R A F. Wood Madoc 

Huron, E. R T.Gibson Wroxeter 

Huron, S R Archibald Bishop Hay 

Huron. W. R A. Hchagan Ross Goderich 

Kent E. R D. McCraney Bothweil 

Kent, W.R James Clancey Wallaceburgh 

Kingston James H Metcalfe... Kingston 

Lamb .nn., E R Peter Graham Warwick 

Lambton, W R. ...Hon T. B. Pardee . ...Toronto 

Lanark, N. R Wm. C. Caldwtll Lanark 

Lanark, S. R William Lees Fallbrook 

Leeds &Gren,N.R.\\. Merrick Merrickville 

Le.eds, S R Robert H. Preston.. ..N< wboro 

Lennox A H. Roe Napanee 

Lincoln Sylvester Neelon . ...St. Catharines 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE Ass PMBLY. Charles T. Gil 1m T. Clerk of the 
Chancery; Arthur H. Sydere, Clerk Assistant; .) M. Delamnre. flerk; Jjhu 



London ............... W. It. Meredith 

Middlesex. E Jf ...... lM>.l 1 MoKvuzie. 

Middlesex, N R ...... Ji-hn U .iteiv 

Middlesex. W.R ...... A J .hn.-tnr 

Mmck ............... Richard Harconrt. 

Muskokadt Parry Sd J. 0. Fauquier 
Norfolk. K. R ........ William Morgan . 

Norfolk. N R ........ lohn B Freeman 

Niirt/vumbfrl d K ....In*. M. Ferris 

North umbrrl d W... Robeit. Mulholland 
Ontario. N R ....... I^nac J. Gould 

Ontario, S. R ....... John l)r\dtn 

OU iwa.... .......... Patrick Bai-kerville 

Oxford. N. R ....... Hon. O. Mowat 

Oxford, S. R ......... lion. A. Crooks 

Pel ................... K. ChNholm 

P>"fih. N. R .......... George Hess 

pert/i, S R .......... Thus Ballantyne 

Petfrboro\ E. R ...Thomas Blrzard 
Pe.ferhoro , W R ..... I, hn Cnriiegie 

Pr-scolt ................ Alheit (lunar 

Jacus liar 
lolm K. Duwling 
Toonias Murray 
Ilotinre Robiliard .. 
Charlec Drnrv ..... 

Geoige P McKay .. 
Oi8"ii.l. Phelps 
l< n-ph Kerr 
Toronto, Ea-t ......... II n Alex. Morris .. 

Toronto, W*-st ....... Il -my B.Clarke 

Yic oria, N. H ....... li.hu Ml 

I). .1. Mcli.tyre 
E. W. B. Snider 



Kiward 
Renfrew. ,S H 
Re.n/rew, JV. R 



Simcoe, E. R 
Simcoe, S R 
Simcoe, W.R 



Victoria, S R.... 
Waterloo, N. ... 

Waterloo, S R Isauc Master 

W-lland James E. Morin 

Wdli-ngtnn, W. R.... Robert McKim 

Wellington, C. R. .11 m. C. Clarke 

W llinyti.n, .V. R limes Lnidlaw 

Wntwurth,N K ...J McMahon.... 

Wentmiirlli. S A ...Nic ola Awrey 

York, K. R G. W. Badgerow 

York, W. R John Gray 

York, N. R J. H. Wid difield 

. and Cleik 
Notnmn. Acco 



Cartwiight. Law Clerk: F. .). Giackmever, Ser^eant-atArma; P. VBri-n. House Keeper and Chief. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. A. S. Hardy, Pro 
vincial Secretary; Geo. K. Lnmsden, Assistant Secretary ; 
3. B. McLachlan. Senior Clerk; J. D Warde. 2nd Clerk; 
L. H Irving, 3rd Clerk ; Arthur Burtchaell, Messenger- 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 

...London 
...Hyde Paik 
...S(>ringbauk 
...Strathtoy 
...W.I and 
. . llfracombe 
.. Poit Rowan 
...Simcoe 
..Campbellford 
..Cobonrg . 
..Uxbridge. 
..Brooklin 
..Ottawa 
..Toronto 
..Toronto 
. Bramptoil 
..Listowel 
..Siratfbrd 
..Villiers 
...I eierboro 
..Plant.-.genet 
..Picton 
. H^anville 
.Ptiubioke 
..Ottawa 
Crown Hill 
.Ufroy 
.Phelp^ton 
.Farran H Point 
.Toronto 
.."Toronto 
..Bnry s Green 

..v-t. Jacobs 

W asiiingtou 

1 . idgeway 
.Parker 

Elora 

Guelph 

D indas 
.Binbrook 
.Toronto 

Parkdale 
..Newmarket 
of the Crown hi 
untant; John R. 



DE- ARTMKXr OF A iYl UMS. I RI^OVS AM) PUBLIC ClIARITIEB 
(connected with the D -par-tiiKntof the II. n. the Provincial 
Secretary) Dr. W. I . O Heilly and Rolmrt ChriMfie, In 
spectors of Prisons and Public Charities; Harry Hayes, 



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PROVINCE OF ONTARIO QUEBEC. 



Chii-f Clei k ; Fiank M. Nicix Ison, Stenographer; James 
Mann, ACC..UI taut. John Waddeil. J< hn English, fhilip 
Simser. Klizabeth McLau.hlin, Provincial Bailiffs; John 
Smith. Messenger. 

IMSHECTOK OK DIVISION COURTS (connected with the 
De).m tint-lit of the Hun. i he ! n>vinciil Secretary). 
Joseph l>iekey, Inspictor: J. B M Cdotinld. i ]erk. 

LiotNSf, A i) CMJII.NAL JUSTICE ACCOUNTS AUDIT BRANCH 
(connected ilh I In- IVpmment of ilie Hon. the Provincial 
Secretary). Henry T<>t (-n. Chief Clerk : J. P. McDonell, 

E. A. M -Lmiri i ami J. II C- inerd id. Clerks. 
REOISIRAK GE.NERAI. s ">FI. E. H >n. A. S. Hardy Regis 
trar-General; II ts i r-we, I iispertor : Fiederick Warwick, 
Chief Clerk: .1. McGilt Ri.Uej . Frank J.,ne, II R. Hardy 
and D. P. Picket , Cleiks. 

PR.VIMIAI. REGISTRAR S OFFICE. Hon. A. S. Hardy, 
Provi cial Kt-gistim; J. K C. Ussher, Deputy Registrar: 
George ol.hn wn<l Ki nuk Y< lull. Clei ks 

TREASURER .- UEI-AR WENT. Hon. Js Young, Treasure! : 

W. K Han is. AssUtan: Treasuier; K. A. Carrell. Chief 

C]*ik; L. V Pi-iriv*!. \V. N Doiulasaid R Humphreys, 

Clerks. C II Spnnile, Audi oi ; I-. \V. Old. A. J. Kattray. 

aiid J. iicl;-f<H!i Clerks: T Wills. Messenger. 

PttoviNci L HOAHD ot HEALTH (com tcied with tlie T)e- 
partiiieiii. of tlie IL n. the I ri.viin-i 1 I reasurer) Wm. 
Ollri^hl.. MA. Ml)., T-.ronto, Chairman; Pettr H. 
Br\c. M >., M.D.. Tor< uto, i-ecretm-y 

iNfpKiTOR or INSURANCE (connected with the Depait- 
rnent of thr- ILm Hi" Provincial Tivanutvri J. Howard 
Hunter. M.A, In-p-ctor: T. U. >imnny. CUrk. 

IMMIGRATION Dfii AKTMENT (coniii-cted wii h the Depart 
ment of dm Hon. tht- P.onnrial Tre*sui>r). Secretary, 
David Speii<-n; R M. P-rnsn, Ageut at Quebei: and Clerk ; 
Edwi.i JeiiklbKOti, Clark. 

KDUCATI i ^ Dti-A .T.MENT OF ONTARIO ffor 1hc general 
admi i-tratinu of tlie High and P blic S( liool Laws). 
Education OJ ne.. II. ii. A. Ci(.oks. Q.t .. LL.1. Minuter 
of Kilncaii >ii i .1. O-i Hie H )d^in. LL D.. Bmit-tHr-Ht Law, 
Depir\ Bfinii>tfr<if Kducattun; Alexander Marling. LI,.B., 
8>-cretii: - t" hducati n Depariiiient; S. H May. M.D.; 

F. J. Taylor, Chi.- ^leik aNd Accouiitant ; J. T. K. Btinson, 
H.M. Wilkinson. H. Alley, A. O.Panll. I N Nudel, Clerks; 
J. II . J. Ken. S A. May. EMen Williams, R. J. Urvce. 
Thomas Ureene, Donald Barron, Junior Clerkt- : \Vm. 
Lemon, Messenger; W. J. Graham. Caretaker. Offices in 
the Departmental Buildings. St. JameH* ij-quare. Toronto. 

CROWN LANDS OKPAKTMBNT, ONT Hon. T. B. Pardee, 
Commissioner; T. II. Johnson, Assistant Cmnniiflxioiier : 

G. Kennedy, Law Clerk ; T. W. Gibson, Short-h"iid Wiiter. 
frf Grants and Sales Branch \. Kirk wood. Chi t Ch-rk ; 
J. M. Urant. P. Alma. .Julim .-ale. Clerks; J J. Murphy, 
Cle k Free GrautH. Kurivu*. Patrnts and Knails. (j. B. 
Kirkpatti.k. I I-.S , Chief Clerk : W Revolt, Clerk: K. Fox. 
P.L S . Chief Cl-rk Patents: A. J. Tiulor, Cleik; Henry 
Sihiih, S ip . C >lon i/.nt ion Koadx: C Ca-buian. Clerk. 
WM./, anil F r-xts Br,int:h-Q. B Cowper. Chief fid k; 
A White II. 0. Langl .is. J A. G. Crozi^r. K G. Kirhy, 
Clerks. A -r. U>I/K /Jia/icliD. G. R >ss. Accoui tarit: Ii. H 
Browne, i hii-t Cl^rk. Aeiits Returns; E. Leigh, t l.-ik ; 



J. Morpby, Registrar; C. P. Higgins, Clerk; J. Bradshaw 
Office Keeper A. McDonald. Messenger. 

Cruwn Timber Agents. Ottawa. J. Patipore, Agent 
C. S. McNutt, Assistant: J. Ritchie. E T. Smith, Clerks 
R Mills. Messenger Bellevile J. F. Way, Agent. 
Crown, Land Agents. 

Apsley ....Duncan Anderson Mii.dm W. Fielding 

Bracibridye T. C. Taylor Xipissing J. S. Scarlett 

Bruce J/iwes....John F. Day Omf.ali J. R Dawson 

Parry i"d...Mrs. T Mackay 
Pembroke. ...Adam Kennedy 
SnuU Sfe. Mitrie.C. P Brown 
Ti,ui,der Say. Amos Wright 
Vai,brugh J. Mahon 



t James Reaves 

Amtdulc E. Handy 

Hn.lt burton ....C R. Stc-wsrt 
Ki>-ysl<>ii K. Mac-phersori 



L Amable J. R. Tait 

Magiieleivan S. G Best 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. Commissioner, Hon. 
C. F. Fiaser; Secrttnrj, Wm. Edwards; Architect. Kivag 
Tnlly ; Enginetr,R. MtCallum; Accountant. J.P. Edwards, 
Law Cletls. F. T. Jones; Draughtsmen. F. A. Heakes, R. P. 
Fairbairn, T. M. Hennessy ; Cleiks. Marmaduke Wilson, 
S G. O Grady: Messeiger." C. A. McDonald. 

AiTOf NET GENERAL S OFFICE Hon Olive) Mowat, Attor- 
ney-Geneial. J. G. ecott, Q.C.. Deputy ; J. R. Cartwriuht, 
Legal S?cretary; J. Lonfdalo Capreol, E H T. Howard, 
and Matthew Ciirrey. Clerks; Michael Sniiih, Housekeeper; 
Charles Fiich, Messenger. 

BOARD OF KXAMINEBS OF P. L. SBRVEI-ORS. The lion. 
Commissioner of < rown Lands. President, i-x-ojficio ; Mem 
bers. J. S. Dennis. Ottawa; F. F Passmore. Toronto, T. F. 
Gibbs, Adolphubtown; A. C. Webb, Brighton ; H.Wilson,, 
Mount Forest; H 8. Gibson, Willowdale : Prof Chapman 
(Kxaminer in Geology), Toronto. George B. Kirkpatrkk, 
Secretary, Toronto. 

DfPARTMENT OF A TLUM8. PRIfO v 8 AND PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

Hon. A S. Hardy. Cabinet Minister in Charge; 1 r. W. 
T. O Reill.\ and Robeit Christie, Inspectors of Prisons and 
Public Charities; Harr> Hayes, Chief Cletk: James 
Mann, Accountant; John Smith, Messenger. Provincial 
Bailiffs (attached to Inspector s Office) for the transfer 
of prisoners, lunatics. &c , John English, John Wad- 
dell, Philip Simser. Elizabeth MrLaughlin. Asi/lum 
fur the Insane, luronto. D. ( lark, M.D.. Medical Superin 
tendent; Thos.J. Tracy, Bursar. Asylum, for tlie Insane, 
Lornion.f(. M Bucke, 51. D, Medical Superintendent; 
T. Short, Bursar. Asylum for the Insane, Kitia^ton. 
W. G. M.-tcalf, M.D.. Medical Superintendent; William 
A^glin. Burs-ir. Asylum fur the Jnxane, Hamilton J. 
McL. Wallace, M.D.. Medical Superintendent; B. Way, 
hursxr. Asylum for li/ints. Orillia. A H. Beaton, M.D., 
Medical Sup^iintenderit : B. Mullin, Bursar, ffiftitiition 
I for tlie Deaf and Dumb. B*lrrille. K. Mathison. Superin- 
[ temlent; A. Liiingstot>. Bursar. Institution for the Blind, 
i JjrantJord.A. H Dymond, Principal ; W. N. Hossie, 
, ! Bursar. Central Prisun of Ontario, Ttrtmto. Jas. M^ssie, 
I Warden: W. J>atherstonb\ish. Bimar. Reformattrry 
I for Boys. Punit itiguiffiene Thos McCrosson. Wai den; 
i W. P. Band, Bursar. Andrew Mercer Reformatory for 
Ff males a. d Industrial Refuge, for Girla. Tiinatti. Mrs. 
O RniDy, Superintendent; R W.Liiid. Bursar. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

SHAT OF GOVI.RNMKNT QUEBEC. 

LIEUTESA.N-T GOVERNOR. Hon Theodore li ( ,bitaille: Mt Henry Sheppard, Aide-de-Camp; Mr. ThoB. Chapale, 

PriTate Secretary; Mailer Lxnnon, Messenger. 

EXECUTIVE lOVNCIL. 



Premier and Attornfy-G- neral Hon. J. A. Mous("-au 

OTOwu-ii/r nj Oottm Lands " W. W. Lynch 

Tr>asinfr j W urtt le 

J. A. D-<foy, Clerk Executive Council; G. Grenicr, Deputy Clerk; P. S T. Nocmandjn, Clerk; 0. Vallee 



Cum. of Agriculture rf Pubhc Wr/rkt...Hav. E. Dionne 

Pfnrincial Secretory J. Blanchet 

of Railways " H Stamen 



DIVISION. 



LEGISLATIVE CO U NCI 

Hon. P. B. DE LABRUEKE. Speaker. 

DIVISION. 
La Sail* Hon. 



NAME. p. 0. ADDRESS. 

.Hon. Jean Louis Beaudrv. Montreal 



Bedford Thomiu Wood "...Duuhiim Flats 

Chaottiniflaie. " J"hn Jones Koss . ...Sr.t. An. da la Per. 

&-, Lnrm niitrt Pierre K. Dstaler ... Berthier 

D"lar>nraiilav " Kdoutrr) Remi lnrd .Quebec 

D-. la I aliirre. " Jean Bte.G Proulx. .Nicolet 

Dr Lnrimier... " J. G. LavioleVe Napierville 

D> SalnhriTt. " II S trn.-s Monireal 

Grandville Elj/.ee Iiionne st An. dela Poc. 

Gulf " Thomas Sn\Hge Cape Cove 

Inlrrmnn " George Brvson Minsfit-ld 

Ktnnebcc " E. Geriu .". Three Rivers 



Lnvrentides ... " 

Lauzon ......... " 

Millelslf! ...... " 

MimtarviUt .... " 



Kii/aud 
Jtnugemont 
S>rel ............ 

Siadacona ...... 

Victoria ......... 

Wellington .... 



L. 

NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Louis Panet Quebec 

Jean K.lie Gingras. ...Quebec 

G. Couture Levis 

Alexander Lacoste.... Montreal 
C. B. de Boucherville..Boucherville 
Louis Archambeault .1 Assoniption 

E. Prudhomme Parish Montreal 

P.B deLBruere(Sp.).St Hyacinthe 

P K Roy St. Pie 

John Hearn Qiubec 

James Ferrier Montreal 

W. H.Webb Melbourne 



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[1884. 



OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. G. B. de Boucherville, Clerk. Mas er in Chaucer} ULO Acc-oiiutant ; If-a ie 
Jodoin, Assistant Oerk. Master in Chancery. Clerk of Private Bills and Assistant Accountant: N. Legeudre. Clerk of 
French Journals and Translator; N. Beaudry, Clerk of Committees. Translator mid Copying Cltrk: A Frenette, 
Permanent Clerk and Sergeant-at-Arms; S S. Hatt. Gentleman Usher- of the Black Rod; Fiane.iis Blais. V. Drouin 
and Klzear Papillon, Messengers. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. 



-, Speiker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Argentf.uiL William uwens Stnnefield 

Bagut Antome Casavant . ...St. Dominique 

Beauce Jean Blanehet Quebec 

Bf.au/iarnois Celestin Bergevin . ...St Timothee 

Bellcc/iasse N. H. E. Kaucher ....Quebec 

Bert/iier Joseph Robillard Lanoraie 

Bonaveniure, H. .1. Martin Carleton 

Brome. Hon. W. W. Lynch. ..Knowlton 

Ghambly Dr. D. Martel Chambly (liasiu) 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Mnntcatm J.B.Treffle, ^.RichardSt. Liguori 

Mnntmagny N. Bei-natchey 

Monlmorency L. G. Desjardins Levis 

Mnritr?al, We.st ...Jatnes McSbane Montreal 

Montreal: Centre. G. W. Stephens Montreal 

3f int.rra1. East ...Hon. L. O. Taillon ...Montreal 

Xapierville F X. Pardis St.MichelArchange 

Nicolet L. T. Dorais 

Ottawa (County). .L. Duhamel Writht Township 



Champlain Robert Trudel Ste. G. de Batiecan P"ntiac W. J. Poiipore 



C/Ltirlevoix Onetime Gauthier. ...S;. Urbain 

Chateauguay 



..Cbichester 



Piirtneuf 1). Brousseau Quebec 

Quebec, East loseph Shehyn Quebec 



Chicout. d: Sague.E. St. Hiltire St. Prime. L.St. Jean | Quebec. Wast Felix Carbray Quebec 



Compton W. Sawynr Sawyerville 

Detix-Mantagnes.Tlen. Beauchamp St. Hennas 

Dorchester N. Audet ft Auselme 

Drum, d- Arthab.W. J. Watts Drummondville 

Oaspe Hon.E. J. FKnn Quebec 

Hoc/telaga Hon. L. Beauoien ....Montreal 

Huntingdon Dr. A. Cameron Huntingdon 



Quebec, Centre. ...ft. F. Rinfret Quebec 

Qwbfc (Cf>unty)..Ilon. Pierre Garneau. Quebec 

Richmond <-H o(/v>Jacque8 Picard Wotton 

RuJirlieu Leon Lfdue Sorel 

Rinuwski L. N. Asselin Kiincuski 

Rnuville Etienne Poulin.... Ste. M. de Monnoir 

St. Hyacinth?. Hon. H. Mercier Montreal 



Iberville ....A. L. Demers St. Geo. Henry ville [ St. Jean Hon. F. G. Marchand.St. Jean d Iberville 



Jacques Oartier... 

Joliette V. P. Lavallee St. Felix de Valois. 



St. Maurice F. 8. L. Desaulniers .Yamachiche 

Sheffnrd Isidore Fregeau Lawrenceville 



S/ierbrooke Hon.. I. G. Robertson. Sberbrooke 

Soutangei Wm. Duckett Coteau Landing 

Stanstead John Thornton Coaticook 

Temiscounta G. H. DeschSnes Ste. Epiphane 

Tfrrebnrmt G. A. Nantel St. Jerome 

Three Riw.rs 

Vaudreuil F. X. Archambault... Montreal 

Vrrcheres Abraham Bernard ... Beloeil 

Yamaska J. C. S. Wurtele Montreal 



Kamnuraska . ...Chs. Ant. Er. GagnonRiviere Ouelle 

Laprairis L. B. A. Charlebois ...Village Laprairie 

L Asscmptivn Joseph Marion St. Paul I Krmite 

Laval A. Gaboury St. Martin 

Lew s Hon. E. T. Paquet ...Q -ebec 

L Islet Charles Marcotte L Islet 

Lotbiniere Hon. H. G. Joly Quebec 

Maskinonge Kdouard Caron Louiseville 

Megantic Hon. Geo. ;rviue Quebec 

Missisquoi E. E. Spencer Freligsburg 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Louis Delorme, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly ; Etienne Simard, 
First Assistant Clerk: Paul Smith, Deputy Clerk and Clerk of the English Journal: J. Whydden, Assistant Clerk of 
the English Journal; Louis Fortier. Clerk of the French Journal ; Buteau Turcotte. Chief French Translator: J. C. 
Lanerelier, Assistant French Translator ; Crawford Lind>av; Chief English Translator: Lawrence Stafford. Assistant 
English Translator; Edouard Lemoine, Clerk of Private Bills; Charles Delasrrave, Assistant Clerk of Private Biils ; 
Charles Lindsay, Clerk of Committees; Ad E. Demers. Clerk Printing, Stationery and Records; L. P. Lemay, 
Librarian: Laurent Simoneau. Accountant ; Z. Duhamel, Postmaster: F. X. Gagnon, Assistant Postmaster; G6d6on 
Laroque. Surgeant-at-Arnis; Olivier Robitaille, Chief Messenger; A. Pelletier, Speaker s Messenger; Simeon Gagnfi, 
Clerk s Messenger: Ed. Littlejohn, George Workman. K. Qauvreau, Eugene Balzaretti. Messengers: Jacques Moiin 
and Joseph Trudel, Librarian Messengers. Law Department C. A. Pariseault. Law Clerk; Theophilus Olivier 
Assistant; J. Roy, Messenger. 



PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR S DEPARTMENT. Hon. Jean 
Blanehet, Provincial Registrar; John Langelier, Deputy 
Registrar; J. M. Mackay, L. J. A. Burnier, Ktieime Poitras 
and Herminigilde Hoy. Clerks: Jean Labiecque, Messenger 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL. Hon. J. A. 
Mousseau, Attorney-General; Joseph A. Defoy, Assistant 
Attorney-General; II. Delagrave and G. Ouimet, Clerks: 
W. Dupe, Messenger. 

SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. Jean Blanehet. Provincial 
Secretary; P. J. Jolicoeur, Assistant Secretary ; 0. F. 
Campeau, Accountant: G W. Colfer. Jos. 0. [..aurin. 
Charles Leblanc and C. E. Deschamps, Clerks; P. Bloulp 
and F. Forget, Messengers. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Hon. J. S. C. Wurtele, Trea 
surer: H. T. Machin, Assistant Treasurer; fl. Hemming, 
Book-keeper; S H.Holt. J. T. Harrower. T. A. Poston. T. 
C. Waugh, A. Brosnan. R. E. Duval and D. Rae. Clerks; 
H. Hughes and G. Sumner, Messengers. Audit Brunch 
G. Drolet, Auditor; A. N. Giard. Assistant Auditor; F. D. 
Tims, Book-keeper: T. R. Nelson, G. T. A. Evanturel. C. J. 
Burroughs and F. Laroche, Clerks; G. Trudel, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF PDBLIC INSTRUCTION. Hon. G. Ouimet, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction ; Oscar Dunn, Secre 
tary; J. E Rexford, English Secretary; S. Uevisme, First 
Clerk French and English Correspondences; J. H. Rich 
ardson, Accountant ; P. de Gazes, Librarian ; F. X. Couil- 
lard, Clerk of Correspondence and Statistics; L. J. Prejen, 
Recording Clerk ; R. Lamontague, L. Lefebvre, Clerks ; P. 
Prevost, Storekeeper: A. Eor6 and J. Blouin. Messengers. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Hon. 
E. Dionne, Commissioner: S. Lesage, Asst. Commissioner; 
E. Gagnon, Secretary ; J. B. Derome, Engineer and Supt. of 



Public Works; P. Cousin. Assistant Engineer; A. Trudelle, 
Draftsman: P. M. Partridge. Accountant : A. F. d Kscham- 
bault, Book-keeper: L. TJ Fontaine. Director of Coloniza 
tion; II. A. Turgeon. Assistant Director of Colonization; 
E. A Barnard. Director of Agriculture; A. C. Guilbault, 
Registrar: Ebz. Gauvreau and J. B. (J. Hibert, Clerks; P. 
Archambault and P. Poirier, Mesfengers. 

Council, of Agriculture. L. H. Massue, Varennes, Presi- 
dent; George Leclerc. Secretary-Treasurer. Hons. J. J. 
Ross. Ste Anne d*> la Perade; G 0-jimet, Quebec: L Beau, 
bier,. M. P P.. Montieal: Messrs P. B "euoir, M.P., St. 
iubert; S. N. Blackwood. Shefford ; J. M. Browning, 
Longrueil ; A. Casavant. St Dominique; E. J Deblois, 
Quebec John L Gibb, Quebec ; Auguste Guilbault, 
St. Elizab i, ; A. Somerville, Lower Lachine : Dr. J. 
Martin, Carleton ; J. N. E. Faribault, 1 Assomption ; A. 
Marsau, 1 As-omption: Rev. F. Pilote, St. Augustiu ; H. 
Lussier, St. Vincent-de-Paul : Aug. Casgrain, Riviere- 
Ouf-lle: 0. Ganthier, M. P.P.. St. Urbain; James Cochrane, 
Compton: Euirene Casgrain, L Islet; L. J. Lemire, Baie- 
dn-Febvre. Office. 76 St. Gabriel Street, Montreal. 

DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. Hon. W.W. Lynch, Com 
missioner; E. E. Tach6. Assistant Commissioner: C. E. 
Gnuvin. Superintendent of Surveys; Jules Tache, P. M. A. 
Oenest and F. X Genest. Surveyors and Draughtsmen ; 
H. O Sullivan and D. C. Morency, Inspectors of Surveys; 
J. V. Gale. Accountant and CasMer; I. E. Lepage, Assistant 
Accountant and Cashier: Alfred Par6, Supt. of Woods and 
Forests: W. E. Collins. Supt. of Land Sales, Section West; 
L. L. Rivard. Supt. of Jesuits Estates: L. D. Lemoine, Supt. 
of Land Sales, Section East; D. C. Mackedie, Supt. of 
Mines and Fisheries; F. Chasse, T. Morkill, C. A. Parant, 



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V. Derorue. T. P. Morin. E. A. Button, C. 0. Lavoie, J. M. 
Turcot, F. Ken.ack, A. Fauclinr, A. Dumai*, Paul Pieard. 
Clerks: J. \. Proulx. Registrar for Deptrtment; L II. li. 
Garueau. Clerk in charge ot Stationery : F. M Lachiine, 
Inspector of Cadastre: G. \. Vai in, Secretary of Cadastre; 
C. Uhartre. Assistant Secretary 1 ot Cndastie; L. N. Dufreane, 
Draughtsman; J. Caron. Office Keeper; -C. Dumoutier, J. 
Fiset and (J. Kinfref, .Messengers. 

Oi oton Timber and Land Agents. Mon rjal, C. Ma^siah. 
Agent; Three Rivers, A. Dutxird, Ageut ; Tadousac. C. II. 
Duberger, A<;ent; J. A. J. Kaiue, Sub Agent. Mslbaie: 
Ohicontlmi, J. O. Trenihlay. Agent; Roberval, I. Dainai-, 
Agent; New , arliile. W. Miguire, Agent; Quebec. II. . 
Cbalooer. Collector of Crown Timber Dues; Uryson, W. 
Clarke, Agent; Hull. Robt. Farley, Agent; Thurs >. J. A 
Cameron, juii., Agent; Greuville, A. 13. Filion. A^cnt ; 
Waterloo, O. B Keuip. Agent; ArthaUisksville. A. Gagnon, 
Agent; St. .loseph. Beauce. J. T. L-touraean, Agent, J. E. 
Cayouette. Ste Claire. Sub Ai ent : Montinagny, E. Renault, 



Agent ; Rimouski, G. Sylvain, Agent; Gaspe Basin, W. H. 
Anne. t, Agent; E. Flynti, Bab-Agent, Perce; Cap Chat, 
Louis Roy, sen.. Agent; Quebec. J. E.Boily. Agent; Joliette, 
J. B Del faussp, Agent ; Up. Ottawa, Joliu Poupore. Agent; 
Robinson, C. Patton, Ageut; Riviure-du-Loup, F. F. Gagnon, 
Agent; Ottawa, J. Macdonald, Deputy Slide Agent. 

BOARO OF LAND SURVEY >RS OF THE PROVINCE OP QUEBEC 
(Incorporated under 45 Vic. c. 16). Managing Directors: 
.las. Addie, W. A. Ashe, Chas. Biillairge. H. Dnmais, E, 
T. Fletcher, J. N. Gastonguay. F. M. Lachaine, P. Lepage, 
J. FI. Leclair, Jas. McA{thur, D. C Morency, A. Painchaud, 
if. P. V. du TrembUy. J E. Vanier, W. McLea Walbank. 
President. C. Baillairge, O.K. Vice-Presidents, J. Addieand 
Antoine Painchaud. Secretary-Treasurer, E. T. Fletcher. 
Svndic, F M. Lachaine. Commitiee of Kxauriners: M. M. 
Ashe, Baillairge, Lepage, Mowncy and Walbank. 

QUEEN S PRINTER S OFFICE. Officers Chas. F. Langlois, 
Queen s Printer; Charles Pageau. Book-keeper; Kdouard 
Trudall. French Translator; J. N. Boure, Mes^erger. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT FREDERICTON. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR His Honour the Houourable Kobert Duncan Wilmot. Provincial Aide-de-Canip, 
A. F. Stree*, Esq. Private Secretary, H. Wilmot, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



President Hon. Thos. F. Gillefpie 



A ttarney General 

Provincial Secretary " 

C/iief Cnmmis. Board nf Works ... " 

Surveyor-General " 



A. G. Blair 
David McLellan 
P. G. Ryan 
James Mitchell 

F. A. II. Straton, Clerk. 



Solicitor-General Hon. R. J. Ritchie 



Member of Council 



A. Harrison 

Dr. Vail 

Gaius S. Turner 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. DAMEL HANINQIOX. President. 



COUNTIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Albert Hon. J. Lewis Hiilsboro" 


COUNTIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Restigouche . ...Hon. W. Hamilton Dalhousie 




St John " T.R.Jones St John 


Carlttrm . W Lindav . . 




Charluttf, Geotge T Hill St. Stephen 


Sunbury " A.Harrison Maugerville 
Victoria " W. B. Beveridge ...Tobique 


QlouctAter R. Youn " Caraquete 




Wpstmoretand. " D. Hanington Shediac 


King s John Flew^elling Hampton 


^Vistni treland . " A.D.Richard Dorchester 


NnrlhumJtterVd A. A. Davidson Newcastle 
Qusen t Francis Woodrt Welsf.jrd 


York " Robert Riibinson .Canterbury 


Yorfc " A. J. Randolph.. .Fredericton 


fe. OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL George Botsford 


Clerk; J. H. Phair, Assistant Clerk; J. E. Parley, Oihw 
Engrossing Clerk. 




HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 


CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Albert Dr. Lewis IIill>borough 
" Hon. G. S. Turner ...Harvey 
Oarleton U. W. White Centreville 
J. S. Lcighton Centreville 
Charlntte John Me \darn St. Andrews 
George Hitibard ...St. Stephen 
Hon. J. E. Lynot ...St. George 
Hon. Jas. Mitchell ...St. David s 
Gloucester F. McMaLus Caraquet 
Hon Patrick Ryan... Caraquet 
Kent W. Whefnn Riehibucto 
" Oliver LeBlanc St. Marys 
King s Hon. Dr. E A. Vail. ..Sussex 
F. K. Mo, ton Sussex 
G II. Flewelling ...bt.John 
Madawaska Matthias Nadeau ...S(. Leonard 
Northumberland M Adams Newcastle 
W. A. Park Newcastle 
Hon. T. F. ()illespie...Chathiim 


CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 


Kestigouche ...Canard Barbeirie ...Campbellton 
" A. H. Labellois Dalhousie 
St. John D. McLellan Portland 
" A.A.Stockton St. John 
" R J. Ritchie St. John 
" W. Quinton St. John 
" (City) ... J. V. Kills St. John 
" " ...E. Mcl.eod St. John 
Sunbury W. E. Perley Blissville 
" Geo. Sterling Maugerville 
Victoria W R. L. Tibbetts ...Tobique 

Westmoreland ...J. A. Humphrey ...Salisbury 

<> 

" ...D. L. Hanington ...Dorchester 
" ...Dr. Black Sackville 
York A.G.Blair Fredericton 
E. L. Wetmore ...Fredericton 
F. P. Thompson ...Fredericton 
" Hon. George Colter... Douglas 


Queen s .. ...Albert Palmar ^ 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY ft. J. Bliss, Clerk; 
t-Armv C W. B<>ck--ith. K,rerosirie Clerk. 



J. Richards. Clerk Assistant; John Grieves, Sergeant- 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. David McMlan, 
Provincial Secretary and Receiver General ; J AV. Smith, 
Deputy Pro\imil Secretary: G. N, Babbitt, Deputy 
Receiver-General ; E. II inson. Clerk. * 

BOARD OF WORKS OEPAKTMENT. II<n. P. Q. Ryan, Chief 
CommisMioner : B Winslo*, Chief Clerk ; Adolphug G. 
Beck with. Civil Engineer. 

SURVEYOR GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. Hon. .Tas. Mitchell, 
Surveyor General: Andrew Inches, Deputy Surveyor 
General; W. P. Flewelling, Crown L-nd Clerk; T. 
O Connor, A. Sibbald aud Loggie, Draughtsmen. 



GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. 

J.S. Beek Auditor-General 

Theodore II. Rand ... Chief Superintendent of Schooli 

George Thompson Chief Clerk Education Offlia 

George E. Fenety Queen s Printer 

J. C. Allen ... Clerk of Supreme Court at Lsw and Equity 

George J. Bliss Assistant Clerk 

W. II. Tuck Clerk of Crown in Supreme Court 

K. L. Wetmore, A.B , Dep. Clerk ot Crown in Supreme Court 
II. O. C. Wetmore ... Librarian to Legislative Library 
Julius L. Inches Secretary tor Agriculture 

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[1884. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT HALIFAX. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (and Deputy Governo* for signing M-trriage Licenses) His Honour Matthew Henry Richey. 
-, Private Secretary; Col. H. W. Clarke, N. S. M., Col. Charles T. Stewart, Col. George R. Anderson, 



Provincial Aides-de-Camp. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Pre.Me.nt of Council Hon. William T. Pipes. Members without Office, Hon. Thomas F. Morrison 

Provincial Secretary " Charles E. Church " " Thomas Johnson 

Attorney- General " Alonzo T. White " " Thos. S. Fielding 

Commis. of Works and Mines . ... " Albert Gayton " " " Isidore Le Blanc 

Retired Members of Executive Council retaining their rank and prece/lmce, by special permission of Her Majesty. 
Hon. Sir Wm. Young, Hon. Charles Tapper, C B., Ion. William A. Henry, Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Samuel L. 
Shannon, Hon. Alexander McFarlane. Hon. Adams G. Archibald. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



Hon. ROBERT BOAK, President. 

NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. W. II Owen. Bridgewater 
Gilbert McKeana, S ldliurne 
" Charles Dii-kie, Ournwallis 
" Robert Boak, jun.. Halifax 
" E. R. Dikes, Diyby 

OFFICERS. John 0. Halliburton, Clerk; Rev. George W. Hill, A.M., Chaplain ; Robert Romans, Gentleman Usher o< 
the Black Rod. 



NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. John McKinnon, Antigonishe 
" Samuel Creelman, Steiviacke 
" D. McN. Parker. Halifax 
" James Fraser, Pictou 
" George Whitman, Annapolis 



NAME AND P. O. ADDRESS. 

Hon. C. M. Francheville, Guysborough 
" John B. Dickie, Tru.ro 
" David McCurdv, Biddeck 
" H. Black, (Cumberland 
" J. Locke, Shtlbusrne. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. ANGUS* McGiLUVRAV. Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Annapolis J. W. Longley 

Ileury Monro 

Antigonishe Angus McGillivraj 

" J. Whedden 

dope Breton H in. A. U. White 

" William Buchanan 

Colchester Wm A. Patterson 

" W. M Blair 

Cumberland Hon. W. T. Pipers 

" Chas. J. Town^hend 

Diffby Henry M . Robichan 

" John S. McNeill 

Guysbcrrougk Otto S. Weeks 

James S. Fraser 

Halifax Wm. D. Harrington 

" M. J. Power 

" W. S. Fieliing 

Hantt Nathaniel Spence 

" Allen Haley 

Clerk, 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Inverness 



A. McLellan 

Alexander Campbell 

King s Thomas K. Dodge 

. . Thon.as R. Harris 

Lunenburgh Hon. C. E. Church 

" George A. Ross 

Pictou Adam C. Bell 

" Robert Hcckm 

" Charles H. Munro 

Queen s Josi ph H. Conk 

Jason M. Mack 

Richmond , Isedore LeBlanc 

" M. McRae 

Shelburne Hon. Thomas Johnson 

" W. F. MacCoy 

Victoria Wm. F. McCurdy 

" John A. McDonald 

Yarmouth lion. Albert Gayton 

" Thomas E. Corning 

H. C. D. Twining. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT VICTORIA, V. I. 
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR Hon. C. F. Cornwall. Private Secretary, Captain Tatlow, 



President of the Council Hon. M. W. T. Drake 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and 

Works " Wm. Smithe 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney-General HOD. A. E. B. Davie 

Provincial Secretary " John Robson 



Cariboo District Geor<e Cowan 

Ch.Hrle* Wilson 

" Robert Me Leese 

Ltillooet District Hon. A. K. IJ. Davie 

Kdward Allen 

Tale District J.A.Mara 

C. A. Sciulin 

George B. Martin 

New Westminster District Hon. John Robson 

James Orr 

New Westminster City W. .1 . A-mstrong 

Kootenay District J. T. Galbraith 

Cassiar Distri-t . John Grant 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. JOHN A. MARA, Speaker. THORNTOV FELL. Clerk. 



Victoria City Robert Beaven 

Theodore Oavie 

lion. M. W. T. Drake 

Simeon Duck 

Victoria District G. A. McTavish 

R. F.John 

Esquimau District Hans Heli^esen 

" C E. I onlev 

Ijnwiclian District Hon. Wm. Smithe 

Nanaimo District Robert Dunsmuir 

" Wm. Rayboiild 

Comox District Wm M. Dingwall 



LANDS AND WORKS DEPARTMENT. Hon. Wm. Smithe, 
Chief Commissioner ; W. S. Gore. Surveyor-General; J. J. 
Austin, Clerk of Records; F. G. Richards, jun , Draughts 
man. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. Hon Alexander 
E. B. Davie, Attorney -General ; A. E. Irving, jun., 
Solicitor. 



PROVINCIAL SECRET RY S DEPARTMENT. Hon. John Rob 
Fon, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines; T. 
Elwyn. Deputy Provincial Secretary; R. Wolfenden, 
Superintendent Printing Branch. 

TREASURY UEPART.MINT Uon. John Robson, Minister 
of Finance and Agriculture: J. Judson Young, Deputy 
Treasurer; J. McB. Smith, Auditor. 



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PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND MANITOBA. 



51 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT CHARLOTTETOWN. 

LiEUTENANT-GoTERNOR-Hon. T. Heath Haviland. Eustace H. Haviland, Private Secretary. Lt.-Col. James Peake 
and Lt.-C ol. Robinson Hodgson, Provincial Aides-de-Camp. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Member of Council Hon. A. J. Macdonald 

Neil McLeod 



Attorney-General Hon. W. W. Sullivan 

Minister of Public Works " Wm. Campbell 

Provincial Secretary Treasurer, " Donald Ferguson 

Member of Council " Samuel Prowse 

" John Lef urgey 

B. F. DeBlois, Clerk. 



J. O. Arsenault 
Stewart Burns 



Queen s Co. 



King s Co. 



f Charlottetown 
\ and Royalt 
1st District 

tt 

Snd District 

(( 

1st District 


\ Thomas W. Dodd 

..A. B. McKenzie 
..John Balderston 
..L. McMillan 
..J. Nicholson 
..L. Kickham 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. JOHN BALDERSTON, President. 

King s Co. 1st District J. W. Fraser, M.D. 

Snd District James Clow 

Thomas Annear 

Prince Co. 1st District Joseph Murphy 

Benjamin Rogers 

2nd District Peter Macnutt 

Hon. Stewart Burns 



Queen s Co I Char lottetown \ Hon. Neil McLeod 
I and Royalty) Patrick Blake 
1st District .... Peter Sinclair 

Hon. Wm. Campbell 
Donald Mac Kay 
Donald Farquharson 
Hon. Donald Ferguson 
Henry Beer 
D. C. Martin 
....A. D. McMillan 

King s Co (Georgetown \ Daniel Gordon 
I and Royalty j A. J. Macdonald 
1st District . . ..John McLean 

.. . James R. McLean 

Snd District Hon. Wm. W. Sullivan 

Chief Clerk, 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY 

Hon. JOHN A. MCDONALD, Speaker. 



Snd District . 

tt 

3rd District . 
ft 

Uih District . 



King s Co.... 2nd District . 
3rd District . 

(( 

Mh District . 

tt 

Prince Co... 1st District . 

it 

Snd District. 
it 

3rd District . 

t < 

Itth District . 
it 

5th District . 



..Wm. Hooper 
, ..Peter McLaren, M.D. 
..J. McDougall 
. ..Hon. Samuel Prowse 
..M. McFadyen 
.. J. A. Matheson 
. ..S. F. Perry 
. . John Yeo 
..JainesW. Richards 
..Hon. J. O. Arsenault 
..Hon. John A. Macdonald 
..A. E. C. Holland, 
..G. W. Bentley, 
..Hon. John Lefurgy 
..J. F. Gillis, M.D. 

McLean ; Reporters, W. C. 
Messengers, 






PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT WINNIPEG 
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR-HOD. James Cox Aikens Private Secretary, W. T. Kerby 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

ifr and Treasurer HOD .1 Nnrmmv n 

W-Otneral . f fflff_.._ . %S^****J! Hon. A. A. C. La R Wer . 

John Macbeth. Esq. 




HOU5 



of Agriculture . 

OF ASSEMBLY. 



Dufferm South 



St. Paul 

J- M - A - Whinney ..Burnside 

.Joseph Le Comte .. Winnij,," 
. 0. II. Wilson. M D. ..Nelfonville 
.William Winnun.....Xelsonville 

.0 S. Douglas Km.-rson 

Hon. C. P. Brown ..Winnipe" 
. W. Crawford .... Hi"h Blirff 

f^onan A . M . Sllthcr , aml iiwtnipe" 

La Verandrye Maxime Goulet . . . St.. RnT?, 



.St. Boniface 



Winnipeg North . . . E. G. Cnutlee 



J. Tennant West Lynne 

HOUSE. -Thomas Spence, Clerk ; J. A. N. Provencher, Clerk 

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Assistant; John McDougall, 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1884. 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 

All Articles not hereafter enumerated as charged with an ad valorem duty, or charged with a specific duty, or declared 
free of duty, are chargeable with a duty o/20 per cent, on the value thereof. 

$ c. ad vali 

Books Bound, printed over 7 
years, except British copyright 

works Free 

Books Printed by any Govern 
ment or Scientific Association, 

not for trade Free 

Books. British copyright works, 

reprints of, adval 12J^ & 15 

Biblen. Prayer Books, Psalm and 

Hymn Books 5 

Books blank, viz.: Account, Books 
Copy Books, or Books to be 
written or drawn upon. Printed, 
Lithographed or Copper or Steel 
Plate Bill Heads, Cheques, 
Receipts, Drafts, Posters. Cards, 
other Commercial Blank Forms, 
Labels of every description, 
Advertising Pictures, or Pic 
torial Show Cards or Bills 30 

Bookbinders Tools & Implements, 
including Ruling Machines A 

Binders Cloth 25 

Boots and Shoes. Leather 10 

Boot, Shoe and Stay Laces, of any 

material 30 

Beads and Bead Ornaments 20 

Blankets, Woollen, H cents per 

Ib. and ad val 20 

Bracelets, braids made of hair. ... 20 
Braces or Suspenders of all kinds 25 
Boxes (Fancy), Ornamental Cases 20 

and Writing Desks 20 

Bran 20 

Brandy $1 45 per Imp. gal. 

Brass in bars, bolts, wire, tubing 10 

Brass, sheets and old scrap Free 

Brass, in strips for printers rules. 15 
Brass, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 30 

Britannia and Metal Ware 25 

Britannia Metal in Pigs and Bars.Free 

Brooms and Brushes 25 

Buchu leaves Free 

Buckwheat lOcents per bush. 

Buckwheat meal or ftoui c. p. Ib. 

Butler 4 cents per Ib. 

Bark, Tanners Free 

Bronze Ornaments 20 

Blue Vitriol Free 

Balls (Glass) 30 

Brick tor building. 20 

Buttons 25 

Button Covers, Crozier 10 

Carriages of Travellers, and Car 
riages laden with merchandise, 
and not to include circus troops 

nor hawkers Free 

Cabiuets of Coins, Medals and all 

other collections of Antiquities. Free 
Carpet Bags, Trunks,Satchels and 

Valises 30 

Cassia, ungr uund 20 

Casts, as models for the use of 

schools of design Free 

Camphor Gum 20 

Canvas, for Manufacture of Floor 
Oil Cloth, not less than forty- 
five inches wide and not pressed 

or calendered .... Free 

Cans or packages made of tin or 
any other material containing 
fish of any kind admitted free of 
duty under any existing law or 
treaty not exceeding one quart 
in contents, !*/ cents on each 
can or package, when exceeding 
one quart an additional duty of 
\% cents for each additional 
quart or fractional part thereof. 
Caoutchouc, unmanufactured . . .Free 



$ c. ad val. 
Absinthe . . .,. $2 00 per Imp. gal. 

Acid Acetic and Vinegar 15 cts 

per Imp. gal. 

" Sulphuric.. ,\ cant, per Ib. 

" Sulphuric and Nitric com- 

bi.ied, and all mixed 

Acids 25 

" Muriatic and Nitric 20 

* Oxalic Free 

Carboys containing Acids 

same rate as empty. 
Advertising Pamphlets $L 00 per 100 

Aerated Waters 20 

Agricultural Implements 35 

Agaric Free 

Agates, Rubies, Pearls. Sapphires, 
Emeralds, Garcets and Gpils, 
not polished nor otherwise 

manufactured Free 

Do., when manufactured 10 

Ale, in bottles. (<3 quarts or 12 pts. 
to one gallon) 18 cts per Imp. gl. 
Ale, otherwise than in bottles, 10 
cents per Imp. gal. 

Alcohol f I 32| per Imp. gal. 

AlkanetRoot Free 

Aloes Free 

Amber, manufactured 20 

Almonds 20 

Alum Free 

Aluminum Free 

Ambergris Free 

Ammonia, Sulphate of. Free 

Aniline Dyes, in bulk or packets 
of not lass than I Ib. each . . . .Free 
Do., not otherwise provided for. 10 

Aniline Oil, crude Free 

Aniline salts Free 

Animals living, of all kinds 20 

Animals brought into Canada tem 
porarily for the purpose of 

exhibition Free 

Animals for the improvement of 

Stock Free 

Annato, liquid or solid Free 

Anchors Free 

Antimony Free 

Apparatus and Philosophical In 
struments imported by and for 
use of collages, schools and 

literary societies Free 

Apparel, wearing and other per 
sonal and household effects, not 
merchandise, of British subjects 
dying abroad, but domiciled in 

Canada Free 

Argol. dust and crude Free 

Army A .Vavy & Canadian Militia: 
Arms,CU>thinir, Musical Instru 
ments for Bands, Military stores 

and munitions of war Free 

Arrowroot 20 

Arseniate of Aniline Free 

Arsenic Free 

Articles for use of the Gov. Gen. Free 
Articles for the use of Foreign 

Consuls General Free 

Articles for the uses of the Domi 
nion Government, and for the 
Senate and House of Com 
mons Free 

Artificial flowers 25 

Ahes. Poland Pearl Free 

Ash. Soda Free 

- Asphaltura Mineral Free 

.AssafceUdaGum 20 

.Atlases 20 

Jinxes 30 

Babbit Metal 10 

Bagatelle Tables 35 

Baggage, Travellers Free 



fj c. ad val. 

Bugs, containing fine salt . 25 

Baking Powders 20 

Bamboo Reeds, not further manu 
factured than cut into suitable 
lengths for walking sticks or 
oanes, or for sticks tor umbrellas 

parasols or sunshades Free 

Bamboos, unmanufactured Free 

Barrels of Canadian manufacture, 
exported filled with domestic 
petroleum and returned empty. Free 

Barilla Free 

Barytes, unmanufactured Free 

Beans 15 cents per bushel. 

Beans. Vanilla and Nux Vomica.Frea 
Bed Comforters or Quilts of 

Cotton 2"i 

Bells, except for churches 30 

Bells, for churches Free 

Belladonna Free 

Berries for dyeing, or used for 

composing dyes Free 

Bismuth, Metallic Free 

Beer in wood...!0c. per Imp. gal. 
Beer, in bottles 18c. per Imp. gal. 

Bark, prepared 20 

Billiard Tables, without pockets, 

four feet six inches by nine feet 

or under each $2250 and ad val 15 

Billiard Tables, over four feet six 

inches by nine feet, each $25 00 

and ad val 15 

Billiard Tables, with pockets, five 

feet six inches by eleven feet... 

or under, each $35 00 and adval. 15 

Billiard Tables, all over five feet 

six inches by eleven fret, each 

$40andadt>aZ 15 

Each table to include 12 cues, 
one set of four balls with mark 
ers, cloths and cases, but no 
pool balls. 

BjrdCages 30 

Bittern, containing spirits $1 90 
per Imp. gal. 

Bismuth Free 

Bolting Cloths Free 

Blacking (Shoe) 25 

Black Lead 20 

Bath Bricks 20 

Biscuit 20 

Bladders 20 

Blue 20 

Breadstuffs when damaged by 

water in transitu 20 

Bronze Powder 20 

Bones, crude and not manu 
factured, burned, calcined, 

ground or steamed Free 

Bono Dustandboneashformanuf. 
of phosphates and fertilizers ...Free 

Birax Free 

Botany, specimens of Free 

Bristles Free 

Brimstone, in roll or flour (crude) Free 

Brim-moulds for gold beaters Free 

Bromine Free 

Broom, Corn Free 

Bullion, gold and silver Free 

Burr-stones in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured anduot bound 

up into millstones Free 

Books Printed Periodicals, and 
Pamphlets, not elsewhere speci 
fied not being foreign reprints of 
British copyright works, nor 
Blank Acc t Books, nor Copy 
Books, nor Books to be written 
or drawn upon, nor Bibles, 
PraverBjoks, Psalm and Hymn 
Books 15 



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1884.] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



53 



^ c. ad ral. 
Cane or Rattan, split or otherwise 

manufactured 25 

Cat-gut, Strings or Out Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-gut or Whip-gut, unmanu. dFree 
Carriages Buggies of all kinds, 
Farm Waggons, Farm, Kailway, 
or Freight Carts, Pleasure Carts 
or Gigs and similar vehicles, 
not otherwise enumerated .... 35 
Railway Cars, Sleighs. Cutters, 
Wheel-barrows and Hand Carts 30 
Childi en s Carriages of all kinds. 35 
Carriages Parts or other manu 
factured articles shall be 
charged with the same rate of 
duty, on a proportionate valua 
tion, as that chargeable upon 
the finished article. 

Cartridges 30 

Car Wheels 25 

Castor Oil 20 

Cases, ornamental 20 

Caps, Percussion 30 

Candles, Tallow 2 cts. per Ib. 

" Parafi oe Wax, 5c. per Ib. 

" all other 25 

Cable, Hemp or Grass (for " Ships 

use") 10 

Cabinet Ware or Furniture 35 

Cards, Playing. . . .6 cts. per pack 

Cards Valentines, Chromo Cards, 

New Year or Embossed Cards 

and all other, not being business 

or advertising cards 25 

Canvas for Sliips use 5 

" not elsewhere mentioned 20 
Carpets, not elsewhere speceifid . . 20 

H.ashmere. manufactures of 20 

tjaps, Hats, Muffs, Tippets, Capes, 
Coats, Cloaks and other manu 
factures of Fur 25 

Caps, Cloth (see Woolen Clothing) 

10 cts. per Ib. and ad val. 25 
Cases Jewel and Watch-cases, 
and other like articles of any 

material 30 

Celluloid, in sheets, lumps or 

blo<ks Free 

Cement, raw or in stone from 
the quarry, per ton of 13 cubic 

feet $1.00 per ton. 

Cement, in bulk or in bags 

9 cts, per bushel. 
Cement, hydraulic or water lime, 

ground, including barrel 

40 cts. per bbl. 

Cement, burnt and un^round. . . 
7i cts per 100 Ibs. 

" Portland or Roman 20 

Cheese 3. cts. per Ib 

Chicory, raw or green, 3c. per Ib. 
" or other Koot, or Vege 
table used as a substitute for 
Coffee, kiln dried, roasted or 

ground 4 ets. per Ib. 

China and porcelain Ware 25 

Chairs, Wrought Iron or Steel, 

imported for Kailway purposes 17 J 
Chalk and Cliff Stone, unmauufac Free 

Chalk, prepared 20 

Chamomile Flowers Free 

Chinchona Bark Free 

Church Vestments 20 

Champagne and other Sparkling 
Wines, See Wines. The quarts 
and pints iu each case being 
old, wine measure. 

Chromos 20 

Chronometers for ships Free 

Chloride of Lime Free 

Chocolate, not sweetened 20 

" sweetened 

1 ct. per Ib. aud ad val. 25 

Chip Hats 25 

Cinnabar Free 



c. ad val. 
20 



Cider 

Cigars and Cigarettes 

60c. per Ib. and ad val. 20 

Cinnamon ground 25 

" unground 20 

Citrons and Rinds of, in brine, for 

candying Free 

Clays Free 

Clothing, donation of, for chari 
table purposes Free 

Clothing of any material, includ 
ing horse clothing shaped, not 

otherwise provided for 30 

Coal, Anthracite, 50c ^ ton ; Bitu 
minous, 60c f* ton of 2,000 Ibs. 

Coal Dust 20 

Coal Tar and Coal Pitch 10 

Coffins of any material 35 

Coke , 50 cts. per ton 

Combs, ior dress and toilet, of all 

kinds 25 

Cocoa Matting 25 

Cocoa Nut Oil and Palm, in thtir 

ntural state Free 

Cordials $1.90 per Tmp, gal. 

Concentrated Cane Juice. Molass 
es and Beet Root Juice, and 
Concrete %c. pf r Ib. and ad val. 30 
Corn. Indian.. .7j cts. per bushel 

Corn huskers 25 

Combs, all other 25 

Composition ornaments 20 

Coral 20 

Cod Lirer Oil, medicated 20 

Coal Facing 20 

Cotton Twist 20 

Cottou, manufactures of. viz. : 
Grey or unbleached, and blench 
ed Sheeting Drills, Ducks, 
Cotton or Canton Flannels, 
not stained, painted or print 
ed, Ic. per squarj yard and 

ad val 15 

Jeans, Denims, Drillings. Bed- 
ticking, Ginghams, Plaids, 
Cotton or Canton Flannels, 
Ducknand Drills, dyed or col 
ored. Cottonades, Pantaloon 
Stuff, and goods of like de 
scription, 

2c per sq. yd. and ad val. 16 
All Cotto i, Wadding, Batting, 
Batts and Warps, Carpet 
Warps. Knitting Yarn. Hos 
iery, Yarn, or other Cotton 
Yarns under No 40, not 

bleached, dyed or colored 

2 cts. per Ib and ad val. 15 
And if bleached, dyed or color 
ed. . .3 cts. per Ib. and ad val 15 

Cotton Warp on beams 

1 ct. per yd. and ad val. 15 

Cotton Seamless Bags 

2 cts. per Ib. and ad val. 15 
Cotton Shirts and Drawers, 
woven or made on frames, 
and on all cotton hosiery .... 30 
Cotton Sewing Thread on spools 20 

Cotton in hanks 12$ 

Cotton over 36 inches \vide 
when imported by manufac 
turers of window shades for 

use in their factories 15 

Clothing, or of which Cotton is 
the component part of chief 

value, including Corsets 30 

Lamp Wicks 30 

Canvas of Hemp or tlax. and Sail 
Twine to be used for boats 

and ships sails 5 

The importer of Cotton Duck 
used for sails of fhif s nr tish- 
ing boats or other vessels, 
shall be entitle! to a dr.iw- 
back equal to ui duty pnid 
thereon, less five per cent, of 

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f4 c. ad DO/.. 

the value of the article, on 
furnishing proof that the 
Duck bad been so used under 
regulations to be made by 
the Minister of Customs. 
Others not elsewhere specified 20 

Cotton Candle Wi.-k 20 

Coffee, green Free 

" if from the D. S. 10 
" roasted or ground, an imi 
tation and substitute for. . 
3 cts. per Ib. 

Copper, old and scrap, in pigs, in 
bars, rods, bolts, ingots, Copper 
Wire, round or flat, and Copper 

Seamless Drawn Tubing 10 

Copper in sheet? , .Free 

Cordage, of all kinds 20 

Copper Rivets anil Burrs, and all 
manufactures of copper not 

elsewhere specified 30 

Composition Spikes and Nails, 

and Sheathing 20 

Compasst-p, ships Free 

Confectionery and Sugar Candy, 

brown or white 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 35 
Colors, not elsewhere specified. .. 20 

Cornelian, unmanufactured Free 

" when manufactured ... 20 

Cochineal Free 

Cocoa Benn and Nibs Free 

Coin. Gold and Silver, except U. 

S. Silver Coin Free 

Communion Plate Free 

Commissariat Stores Free 

Coir and Coir Yarn free 

Colcothar. dry or Oxide of Iron.. Free 

Collodion 20 

Coijium Cicuta, or Hemlock, Seed 

and Leaf Free 

Cork Wood r,r Cork Bark, unman- 

lactured Free 

" " " munufac. 20 

Colors, viz. : Bichromate of Pot 
ash, Blue Black, Chinese Blue, 
lakes, Scarlet and Maron^ in 
Pulp. I ruriiiin Blue. Satin and 
fine washed White. Ultramarine 
Umber, raw, Metallic colors, 

Cobalt, Zinc and Tin Free 

Cottou Waste Free 

Cotton Wool Free 

Clocks, and parts of 35 

Coal Tar and Coal Pitch 10 

Cocoa Nuts $1.01 per 100 

Cocoa Nuts when imported direct 
from place of growth, 50 eta. 
p-r 100 
Cocoa l a*te and Chocolate, not 

sweetened 20 

Cocf.a Paste and other prepara 
tions ot Ct-coH containing sugar 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad rat. 25 

Cornmeal 40 cts. per bbl. 

Cranks. for Steamboats or Mills . . 20 

Crapes, of all kinds 20 

Creaui Tin tar Free 

Crucibles 20 

Cultivators and parts thereof. ... 25 

Cutlery 20 

Drain Tile, unglazed 20> 

Drain Pipes and Sewer Pipes, 

glazed 25 

Dressed Freestone, and all other 
building stone, except Matble, 
and on all manufacture of stone 20 
DiMruoii&s unset, black for borers, 

dust or bort Free 

Diamond Drills, for prospecting 

tor mine ral v . . . . Free 

Dragon s Blood Free 

Duck, for Belting and Hose . . . .Free 
Uyeintr or Tunning Articles in a 
crude state, used in djeinjr or 
tanning, not elsewhere s pi eifiedFree 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1884. 



f} c. ad vol. 

Dye, jet black Free 

Dolls 20 

Dice, ivory or bone 20 

Drugs not elsewhere specified. ... 20 
Drugs in a crude state, used in ^ 

dyeing or tanning Free 

Dust, not elsewhere specified. ... 20 

Degras 20 

Dried Flowers 20 

Dust, Bont- Dust and B me Ash for 
manufacture of phosphates and 

fertilisers Free 

Dualin and Dynamite, 5c. per Ib. 

and ad val 20 

Earthnnvare ami Stoneware, 
Brown or Coloured, and Buck 
ingham ware 25 

Earthen wate. White Granite or 
Iron Stoneware, aid " C C," or 

Cream Colored Ware 30 

Earth, Fullers Free 

Earth, prvpai ed 20 

Essences, viz.: of Apple, Pear, 
1 ine Apple. Raspberry, Straw 
berry, Vanilla and other Fruits 

$1 90 per Imp. gl. and 20 

Essential oils for manufacturing 



purposes. 



20 



Excelsior for Upholsterers use . . 20 

Eggs Free 

Embroideries not elsewhere pro 
vided for 20 

Emery Free 

Engines, Looniotiv.; and other 
Stationary Fire or other Steam 

Engines and Boilers 25 

Edge Tools of every description. . 30 
Electrotypes of standard books. 10 
" for commercial blanks 

and advertisements 20 

Electro Plated Waie and Gilt 
Ware of all kinds, not to include 

Jewellery 30 

Emery Wheels ! < 

Engravings and Prints 20 

Ergot Free 

Esparto or Spanish Grass, and 
other grasses and pulp of, for 

the manufacture of paper Free 

Entomology, specimens of Free 

Emery Paper 20 

Extracts of Logwood Free 

Fancy Goods 20 

Feathers, not, elsewhere specified, 20 
Felloes and Wheels (Wood) rough, 20 
Felt adhesive for sheathing ves 
sels Free 

Felt (Woollen) for boots and shoes 
when imported by the manu 
facturers for use in tlieirfoc tries 15 
Felt for glove 1 minus, and endless 

felt for paper makers 10 

Felt Hats 25 

Felt, others not elsewhere specified 20 

Fibrilla Free 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufactur 
ing purposes Free 

Filberts (Nuts) 20 

Files 30 

Fire Clay Free 

Fish, Unit Free 

Fire Works 25 

Fire Engines 25 

Fish Oil, and fish of all kind?, the 
produce of the fisheries of the 
United States, except fish of the 
Inland Lakes, and of the rivers 
falling into them, and fish pre 
served in oil ... .Free 

Fish, salted, smoked or fresh, ex 
cept fish free of duty, as pro 
vided by the treaty of Washing 
ton I cent per Ib. 

Fish hooks, nets and seines, and 
lines and twines for the use of 
the fisheries, but not to include 



$ c. ad val. 

sporting fishing tackle or hooks 
with flies, or trolling spoons . . Free 
Fish preserved, except from U. 8. 20 

Fishing Rods of all kinds 30 

Flagstones dressed, gl 50 per ton. 
Flax Seed. . . .10 cents per bushel. 
Flour of Rice or Sago. 2c. pe 1 Ib. 
Flour of Rye or Wheat, 50c. p. bbl. 
Feathers, Ostrich and Vulture, 

undressed 15 
" " dressed 25 

Fire-brick or Tiles, for lining 

stoves or furnaces 20 

Flax, fiber, scutched. 1 cent per Ib. 
Flax, fiber,hackled, 2 cents per Ib. 
tow of, scutched or green 4 
cent per Ib. 

Flux, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Flints and Ground Flint S<0nes. .Free 

Foliae Digitalis Free 

Fossils Free 

Food. Infants 20 

Fruit, dried, Apples, 2 cts. per Ib. 
" Currants, Dates. Figs, 

Plams, Prune.-, Raisins 20 

All others not tlsewhere speci 
fied 25 

Fruits, Green, 

Apples 40 cents per bbl. 

Blackberries, Gooseberries. 
Raspberries and Strawber 
ries, 2cet\tspcr quart. 

Cherries & Currants. Ic. per <]t. 
Cranberries. .30 cents per bush. 

Grapes 2 cent per Ib. 

Lemons and Oranges 20 

Peaches 40 cents per bush. 

Plums & Quinces 30c. per hush. 
Fruits in air-tight cans. including 
cans, Weighing not over ono 
pound, 3 cts. per can: and 3 
cts. additional per can for each 
pound or fraction of a pound 
additional. 

Fruits, preserved in Brandy or 
other Spirits, $1 90 per Imp. gal. 

Fur Skins, dressed 15 

Fur Caps. Capes. Coats, Cloaks 

Hats. Muffs and Tippets 25 

Other Manufactures ot 25 

Fur Skinsof all kinds, not dressed 

in any manner Free 

Furniture, of wood, iron or any* 

other material. House 35 

Cabinet or Office, including 
Hair. Spring, and other Mat 
tresses, Caskets and Coffins 

of any material 35 

Show Cases, $2 each and 35 

Fuse 20 

Galvanized Iron 12| 

Gas Coke when u ed in Canadian 

Manufactures only Free 

Gas Fittings 30 

Gelatine 20 

Gin, Geneva and Old Tom 

$1.324 per Imp. gal. 

Ginger and Spice-* of all kinds, 

except Mace and Nutmegs, 

ground 25 

Ginger Ale 20 

Girondoles, Gasaliers and Gas 

Fittings 30 

Gentian and Ginseng Root Free 

Gilt, Wire of all kinds, except 

Jewellery 30 

Glass Paper and Sand Paper 20 

Glue 20 

Glycerine 20 

Glass, and manufactures of. viz : 
Carboys and Demijohns. Press 
ed and Cut Glass Bottles and 
Decanters. Flasks and Phials 
of every description, Tele 
graph and Lightnitig. Rod In- 

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fi c. ad val, 
sulatots, and on Fruit Jars 

and Glass Balls 30 

On Lampsand Gas-light Shades, 
Lamp and Lamp Chimneys, 
Globes for Lanterns, Lamps 

and Gas-lights 30 

On ornamental. Figured and 
Enamelled Stained Glass; 
Stained, Tinted, Painted and 
Vitrified Glass, and Stained 
Glass Windows ; Figured, 
Enamelled and Obscured 

White Glass 30 

Silvered Plate Glass 30 

Glass, and manufactures of, viz. ; 
On Common and Colorless 

Window Glass 30 

Imitation of Porcelain Shades 
and on Colored Glass, not 
Figured, Painted, Enamelled 

or Engraved 20 

On all other glass and Manufac 
tures of glass, not herein 

otliervtibe provided for 20 

Glass Bent for Manufacture of 
Show Ca=es, piovided it is not 

aiade in Canada Free 

Gloves & Mitts of Cotton, Leaiher, 

Silk, Ac 25 

Glucose Syrup, jc. per Ib. &ad vol. 36 
Glucose or Grape Sugar to be 
classed and rated for duty as 
sugar, according to grade by 
Dutch Htandard. 

Goldbeaters Skins Free 

Goat Hair, unmanufactured Free 

Gold and Silver Leaf 25 

Gold and Silver, manufactures of, 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Gold-Beaters Brim-moulds Free 

Grains, viz.: 

Barley 15 cts. per bushel. 

Indian Corn, 7 5 cts. per bushel. 

Oats 10 cts. per bushel. 

Peas , 10 cts. per bushel. 

Rice 1 cent per Ib. 

Rye. 10 cts. per bushel. 

Wheat 15 cts. per bushel. 

Grass and Tuscan (Plaits) Free 

Gravels Free 

Grease aad Scraps, for manufac 
ture of soap only Free 

Grease. Axle 20 

Grass, Manillaand Sea Grass Free 

Grindstones. $2 per ton. 

Gums Free 

Guano and other animal and 

vegetable, manures -Free 

Gunny Cloth and Gunny Bags. 20 
Gut and Worm Gut, manufactured 
or unmanufactured for Whip 

and other Cord Free 

Gutta Percha. crude Free 

Gypsum, crude(Sulpbate of Lime)Free 
Gutta Percha, manufactures of . . 25 

Guns, Kitles and Muskets . 20 

Gun and Pistol Cartridges & Caps 30 
Gunpowder & other Explosives, viz. 
On Gun Rifle & ^porting Powder 
in kegs, half kegs or quarter 
ke ; ;s, and other similar pack 
ages 5 cts per Ib. 

On Cannon and Musket Powder 
in kegs and barrels, 4c. p. Ib. 
On Canister Powder in pound 
and half Ib. tins. 15c. perlb. 
On blasting and Mining Pow 
der 3 cents per Ib. 

On Giant Powder, Dualiri, Dyn 
amite and other explosives, 
in which nitroglycerine is a 
constituent part: 

5c. per Ib. and ad val 20 

On Nitro-gly ferine: 

10 cents per Ib. and ad val. 20 
Hair Cloth 30 



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55 



$ c. ad val. 

Hair, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Hair, Curled 20 

Hair, Alpaca, Angola. Buffalo, 
Bison. Camel s, Goat. [log. Horse, 

Human, unmanufactured Free 

Hair Oils 30 

Hatters Furs, not On the skin . .Free 
Hams & Btcon, dried or smoked. 
f 2 cents per Ib. 

Handles for Tools 25 

Hay and Straw 20 

Hay, Manure and Potato Ft rks. . 30 
Hats. Silk, Felt, Straw, Chi-, 

Grass 25 

Hatters Plu>h of Silk or Cotton. . Free 

Hemlock Hark Kree 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hemp Hags, for manufacture of 

paper only Free 

Hickory Lumber. unmanufact ed.Free 
Hides, raw or uncovered, whether 

dr \-sal ted or pickled Free 

Hoes" 25 

Honey, bees in the comb or other 
wise 3 cents per Ib. 

Hops 6 cents per Ib. 

Ili ofs, horn ami li.irntips Free 

Hyoscvamus or Henbane Leaf ..Free 

Horns and Pelts Free 

Horses. Cattle. Sheep. Swine, for 

the improvement of Stock Free 

Horse Shnes 30 

Ilnrsc Shoe Niiils 30 

Hosiery of Wool, 7ji . p. Ib. & ad 

val 20 

Hosiery of Cotton i r Silk 30 

Horn and Ivory, manufactures of. 20 

Horses 20 

Horse Hair, unmanufactured. . . .Fiee 

Hubs of -ffood (rough) 20 

Ice . . Free 

India Rubber Roots and Shoes .. 25 

India Kubher Clothing 35 

India Rubber, unmanufactured. . Free 

Indian Hemp, crude drug Free 

Indigo Free 

Iodine, crude Free 

Ink, wiiting 25 

Ink, others 20 

Iris, orris root H ree 

Istle or Tampico Fibre Free 

Ivory and Ivory Nuts, uumanu- 

fact ured Free 

Ivory Veneers, sawn only, not 

planed or polished Free 

Iron and Steel, old and scrap Free 

Iron Masts for ships, or parts 

thereof Free 

Ivory, mauufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Iron, manufactures, (see manu 
factures of iron.) 

Jet, manufactures of 20 

Jellies ai.d Jams. . . .5 cts. per Ib. 

Jalap. Root Free 

Japanned Ware and Tin Ware . . 25 
Jewelleryand other manufactures 

Of gold and silver 20 

Junk, old Free 

Jute Butts Free 

Jute Carpeting or Mats 25 

Jute, manuf.-tciures of 20 

Jute, unmanufactured Free 

Kainite or German Potash Salts, 

for fertilizers Free 

Kelp and Kryolite Kree 

Laces, silk 30 

Lac, dye.crude, seed, button, stick 

and shell Free 

Laces not elsewhere specified, 

except leather 20 

Lava, unmanufactured Free 

Lava, manufactures of 20 

Lampblack 10 

Lard, tried or rendered, 2c."per Ib. 



^ c ad val. 

Lard, untried IjC.perlb. 

Lard Oil 20 

Lead, bars and blocks, to cents 
per 100 Ibs. 

" pipe 30 i 

" old, pig, sheets and scraps, 
40 cents per 100 Ibs. 

" shot 30 

" manufactures of. not else 
where specified 30 

red and white, dry 5 

Lead, Nitrate or Acetate of. 5 

Leather Loard 3 cents per ib. 

" boot and shoe counters, 

i cent per pair. 
" morocco skins, tanned. 

but rough or undressed 10 
" sole, tanned, but rough 

or undressed K> 

" sole and belting, tanned, 
but not wa.xed, and all 

upper leather.." 15 

" sole and belting, and all 

upper, dressed & waxed -< 
" japanned, patent or en 
amelled 20 

" and skins, tanned, not 

elsewhere specified. . . . 20 
" all other manufactures 

not elsewhere specified 25 
Boots and Shoes, and 

Leather Bel tint: 25 

" Glove, viz , Buck. Deer, 
ilk aud Anttlope, 
tanned or dressed, col 
ored or not colored .... 10 

Leeches Free 

Lemons ami rinds of, in brine, 

for candying Free 

Lime and Acetate of 20 

Lime and Lemon Juice 20 

Li oeu and Linen Thread 20 

Linen Duck. Canvas, Diapers, or 
other manufactures of Flax, not 

elsewhere specified 20 

Linen Clothing 20 

Lines and Twines, for use of 

fisheries Free 

Liquorice Juice and Past* for 
Manufacturing purposes ...... 20 

Liquorice Root Free 

Litharge Free 

Lithographed, Printed or Copper 

Plate Bills 30 

Liquorice Kootand Paste. Extract 

of. f>r Manufacturing purposes 15 
Liqumice Stick, Kxtract of. Con 
fection, 1 cent per Ib. and 20 

LithographicstoneF, not engraved 20 
Litmus aud all Lichens, prepared 

aud not prepared Free 

Lobsters, fresu or preserved, from 

U. S Free 

Lo<-ks 3u 

Locomotives and Railway Cars, 
the property of railway compan 
ies in the United States, g" long 
as Canadian Locomotives aud 
Cars are admitted free in the 

United States Free 

Logs and Round Timber, unmanu 
factured, not elsewhere pro 
vided for f rer 

Lumber. Plank and Hoards, sawn, 
of boxwood, cherry, chestnut, 
gum wood, ma botany. oak, pitch 
pine, rosewood, sandal wood wal 
nut. Spanish cedar and white 
yood, not shaped, planed, or 
otherwise manufactured, aud 

sawdust of the fame tree 

Lumber and Timber, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Provided that hickory lumber 
saw:i to shape for spokes of 
wheels, but not further manu- 

[55] 



fi c. *d val, 

factured, shall be also Free 

Magic Lanterns and Optical In 
struments, including Micros 
copes and Telescopes 25 

Manufactures of Iron, viz. : 

Pig $2 per ton. 

Old and Scrap Free 

In slabs, blooms, loops or billets 
puddled or riot, and u.uck or 

puddled bars or billets 10 

Boiler plate I . i 

In bais. rolled or hammered, 
including flats round and 
squared : nail and spike rods, 
and all other iron not else 
where provided for 17J 

Iron beams, sheets or plates 
aud knees for iron or compo 
site ships Free 

On rolled, round, wire rods in 
coils, under half an inch in 

diameter 10 

On iron rails or railway bars for 

Kailwaysor Tramways 15 

On R y Fii-h-plates, Frogs, Krog- 
points. Chair and Finger Bars 17 i 

On Tin Platts 10 

Oil Baud and Hoop Sheet, 
smoothed or polished. dated or 
galvanized, and common or 
black. No. 17 gauge or thinner 12J 

Canada Plates . 12j 

On Iron aud Steel Wire and 

Galvanized 15 

On Stoves and other Castings. . 25 
On Gas. Water and Soil Pipes 

of Cast Iron 25 

On Car Wheels and Axles 25 

On Rolled Beams. Channels and 

Anale. and T Iron 12 

On Iron Bridge aud structural 
iron work, malleable iron 
castings, and iron safes, and 
doors for safes and vaults. ... 25 
On Mill Iron aud mill cranks, 
and on wrought forcings for 
Mills and locomotives or parts 
thereof, weighing 25 ibs. or 

more 20 

On o namental iron work, and 

wire work 25 

)n Locomotive Engines, and on 
stationary fire cr other steam 
enginesor boilers and on other 
machinery composed of iron, 
or of which iron is the compo 
nent part of chief value 25 

On Locomotive Tires of ttea\ or 

Bessemer Steel in the rough. 10 
On Seamless Wrought Iron 
Tubing, plain, not threaded 
or coupled, or otherwise 
Manufactured, over 2 inches 

in diam 16 

Wlien 1 inches in diam., or 

under 25 

On Skates and Locks of all 

kinds 30 

On Tinned, glazed or > nauielled 
hollow ware of cast or wrought 

iron ..... 25 

On Hardware, viz. : Builders, 
cabinet makers, upholsterp is. 
carriage makers, saddlers and 
undertakers, including coffin 

trimmings of metal 30 

On Bolts, Washers and Rivets, 
Tacks, Brads and Sprigs, Hun 
garian and Clout Nails, Horse 
shoes and Horse shoe Nails, 
Iron Wire Nails.called Poirdes 

de Paris 30 

On Iron and Steel Screws com 
monly called Wood Screws . . 3S 
On Scales, Balances and Weigh- 
in"; B^ams 30 



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[1884. 



%> c. iid val. i 

On Chain Cables, o\er half aa 
inch in diameter, whether 
shackled or swivelled or not. 5 
On Nails and Spikes, wrought 
and pressed, whether galvan 
ized or not, % cent per Ib. and 

ad val 10 

On Nails and Spikes, cut, J^ct. 

per Ib. and ad val 10 

On Nuts (Iron), 1 cent per Ib. 

and ad val 10 

On composition Nails & Spikes 

and Sheathing 20 

On Sewing Machines, whole or 
on heads, or parts of heads, 

$2 each and ad val 20 

Manufactures of Steel, viz : 

Steel railway bars or rails and 

fish-plates, and in sheets for 

the manufacture of saws. . . .Free 

Steel in ingots, bars, sheets 

and coils, not elsewhere 

specified $5 per ton 

On Shovels, Spades, Hoes. Hay, 
Manure and Potato Forks, 

Rakes and Rake Teeth 35 

On Carpenters ,Coopers.Cabinet- 
makers and all other Me 
chanics Tools, Kdge Tools of 
every description, including 
Axes. Scythes and Saws, of 
all kinds, and on Steel Skates 30 

On Files and Rasps 35 

On Cutlery . . 20 

On Fire Arms, viz : Muskets, 

Rifles, Pistols and Shot Guns 20 
On Knife Blades or Knife Blanks 
in the rough, unlmndled, for 

use by electroplate 10 

And on all other manufactures 
of Steel, and of Iron and Steel, 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Manufactures of Mohir 20 

Manufactures Wood of viz. : 
Woodenware, Pails, Tubs, 
Chums, Brooms, Brushes and 
other manufacturers of wood 

not elsewhere specified 25 

Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and 

Wheels (rough). 15 

Manuscripts Free 

Mantles, Slate 30 

Mace and Nutmegs 25 

Magnesia 20 

Mats and Matting of Cocoa or Coir 
Jute, grass not elsewhere pro 
vided for 20 

Matches, wax 20 

Machinery not elsewhere specified 25 

Machine-Card, Clothing 25 

Machine, Sewing, whole, or on 

heads or parts of head 

$2 each and ad val. 20 
Marble, finished, and on all matiu 
factures of Marble not else 
where specified 30 

Marble in blocks from the quirry , 
In the rough or sawn on two 
sides only and not specially 
shapen, containing less than 

fifteen cubic feet 10 

Containing 15 cubic ft. or over.Free 
Marble Blocks and Slabs sawn on 

more than two sides 20 

Marble Slabs sawn on not more 

than two sides 10 

Madder and Munjeet or Indian 
Madder, ground or prepared, 

and all extracts of Free 

Malt, fifteen cents per bush, upon 
entry for Warehouse, subject to 
Excise Regu)atinnu,15c. per bush. 
Malt, Extract of, for Medicinal 

purposes 25 

Macaroni and Vermicelli 20 

Maps aud Charts 20 



$ c. ad val. 

Melado, concentrated Melado, 
concentrated Cane Juice, Con 
centrated Molasses, concentra 
ted Beet Root Juice and Con 
crete . . -%c. per Ib. and ad val. 30 
Meats, fresh or salted, on actual 
weight as received in Canada, 
(except Bacon, Hams, Shouldeis 

and Sides) 1 ct. per !b. 

Shoulders. Sides, Bacon and 
Hams, fresh, salted, dried or 

smoked 2 els. -per Ib. 

Poultry and Game of all kinds . . 20 
All other Dried or Smoked Meats, 
or meats preserved in any other 
way than salted or pickled, not 
otherwise specified ..2c. per Ib. 
Medicines, [ nprietary. commonly 
called Patent Medicines, or any 
medicine or preparation of 
which the recipe is kept se 
cret, or the ingredients where 
of are kept secret, and tbe name 
of the manufacturer must, be 
legibly affixed to each package. 50 
Milk Food. Man. by Henri Nestle, 
Dr. Gibaut, and others, and all 

other similar preparations 30 

Medicines, patent, other 25 

Menageries. Horses, Cattle. Car 
riages and Harnesses of. under 
regulations to be prescribed by 

tho Minister ot Customs Free 

Mercury Free 

Metal, and manufactured of, not 

elsewhere provided for. 20 

Medals of Gold. Silver or Copper. Free 
i Metal, yellow, in bolts, bars, and 

for sheathing. Free 

Meerschaum, crude or raw Free 

Meerschaum, manufactures of. . . 20 

Mica and Mica Waste 20 

Mineralogy, Specimens of Free 

Mill Board of Paper 10 

Mineral and Aerated Waters 20 

Mineral Waters, natural, under 
regulations to be made by the 

Minister of Customs .Free 

Mineral and Bituminous substan 
ces, not elsewhere provided for 20 
Millinery, not elsewhere provided 

tor 20 

Mill Tron and Mill cranks, and 
on rough Forgingslor Mil Is and 
Locomotives or parts thereof, 
weighina 25 pound" or more . . 20 
Molas-es if used for refining, clari 
fying or rectifying purpose?, or 
lor the manufacture of sutrar 
when imported direct from tbe 

country of growth . 25 

Molasses for the fame purpose as 
above, and not imported direct 
from the country o* growth and 

production 30 

Molasses, when not so used, and 
imported direct from country 

of growth and production 15 

And when not imported direct 
from the country of growth and 

production 20 

Models of Inventions Free 

Morphine 20 

Moss. Iceland and other Mosses, 

crude Free 

Moss, seaweed and all otlier vece- 
table substances used for beds 
or mattresses, in their natural 

state or only cle.ined Free 

Musical instruments, not else 
where specified, to be rattd 
according to chief value of ma 
terial 25 

Munjeet ... Free 

Mustard Seed, unground 15 

" " ground 25 

[5ft] 



"$ c. ad val. 

Music Sheets 10 cts. per Ib. 

Mu-k, in powder or grains Free 

Naptha Wood 20 

Naptha Wood for Excise pur 
poses Free 

Naval and Military Stores ...... Free 

Newspapers & quarterly, monthly 
andsemi monthly Magazines, & 
weekly literary papers.unboundFree 
Nitro-Glycerine, 

10 cts. per Ib. and ad val. 20 

Nitre, Cubic Free 

Nickel Free 

Nickel Am des 10 

Nitrate of Soda or Cubic Nitre . .Free 
Nuts, all kinds, except Cocoa Nut 20 

Nut Galls Free 

Oatmeal 1 ct. per Ib. 

Oak Bark Free 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unground, 

wa. hed or unwathed 10 

OilCafee Free 

Oil Clot n for floors, stamped, 
painted or printed. Table Covers 
similarly prepared, and oiled or 

painted Window rilinds 30 

Oils, Coal and Kerostne, distilled, 
purified or refined, Naphtha. 
Benzole. Petroleum, Products 
of Petroleum. Coal, Shale and 
Lignite not elsewhere specified, 
7 1-6 ct. per Imp. gal. 

Oils, Carbolic or Heavy Oil 10 

0\]f. Linseed or Flax Seed, raw or 

boiled 25 

" Cod Liver, medicated 20 

" Lard. Neat^foot, Olive or 

Salad and Sesame Seed. ... 20 
" Luhricjiting.composed wholly 
or in part of Pnroleum.and 
costing 30 cts. per Imp gal. 

or over 25 

Do., costing less than 30 cts. 
per Imp gal . 

7 1-5 eta per Imp. gal. 

All other Lubricating Oils 25 

Oil". Hair 30 

- Speim 20 

" Whale in casks from on ship 
board, and in the condition 
in which it was first landed. Fro* 

" Castor 20 

" Vegetable not elsewhere 

specified 20 

" Kish Oil. the produce of the 

fisheries of tbf- United StatesFree 
" Cocoa Nut and Palm in Iheir 

natural state Free 

" not elsewhere specified 20 

Opium, Drug 20 

Opium, prepared for smoking . . . 

fft <iO per Ib. 

Oranges and rinds of, in brine for 

candying Free 

Oranires 20 

Orgxns. Cnbinet, viz : 

On Reed Organs having not 
more than two sets of reeds, 

$10 each and ad val. 15 
Over two sets and not over four, 

$15 each and nd val. 15 
Over four and not over six .... 

$20 each and ad val 15 
Over six sets, $30 each & ad val. 15 

Ordnance Stores Free 

Ores of Metal of all kinds Free 

Osiers Free 

Ottar of Roses Free 

Oysters in cans, fresh from coun 
tries other than the U. S. 2o 
"" pre?erved. from countries 

other than the U. 8. 20 
" fresh in can from tbe U. S.Kre* 
Oysters shelled in bulk from U. S.Free- 
Pniutings. Drawings, Engravings 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



57 



^ c. ad vul. 

and Prints 20 

Paints and Colors uot elsewhere 

specified 20 ] 

Fire Proof Paint, dry, ]4 c - P er lb - 
Paper Hangings and Wall Paper 
and glazed, plaled, marbled, 
enamelled or embossed paper, 
in rolls or sheets and Card 
board* simiUtly finished 30 

Paper of all kinds not elsewhere 

specified 20 

p itt^ ard Ooiccrg eround in oil, 

or any other liquid 25 

^ris Green, dry 10 

I ipsr, Mai>ufactures of, includ 
ing enveloves not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Paper. Sand, Glass and Emery. . . 20 
Paper. Union collar cloth Paper 

in sheets not shared 5 

Paper Waste or Clippings(see RagsFree 

Paper, Millboard, not. straw 10 

Paper, Calendered, ruled 25 

unruled 22 J 

Paper, ruled 25 

Collars, Cuffs and Shirt Fronts 

of paper, linen or cotton 30 

Parasols made of silk 30 

Paraffine Wax and Stearine. .3c. per lb 
Palm Leaf, unmanufactured ....Free 

Palm Leaf, manufactured 20 

Pamphlets 5 

Paste, perfumed 

Peaches 40 cts. per bushel 

Paintings, in Oil or VVaterColours, 
by artists of well-known merit, 
or copies oi the old masters by 

such artists Free 

Perfumery, including Toilet Pre 
parations. Hair Oils. Tooth and 
other Powders and Washes, 
Pomatums. Paste and other 
Perfumed Preparations used for 

hair, mouth or skin 30 

Pearl, Mother of, not. manufact d Free 
Pearl, Mother ot, manufactured. . 20 

Pease. Split 20 

Pepper, uneround 20 

" ground 25 

Pernis or Extracts of archill and 

cudbear Free 

Pencils. Lead, in wood or other 
wise 25 

Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 
Water in bottles, flasks or other 
packages weighing more than 

four ounces each 

$1. 9</ per Imp. gallon nuAadval. 30 
Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 
Water in bottles not weighing 
more than four ounces each . . 40 

Periodicals 16 

Peas . . 10 cts. per bush. 

Peas Meal 20 

Pewter, Platina and Metal Com 
position, not elsewhere provid 
ed f-,r 20 

Phosphor Bronze in blocks, bars, 

sheets and wire 10 

Pelts \ Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Pipes, L^ad 25 

Pitch, Burgundy Free 

Pickles and Sauces 20 

Pipe Organs, and sets or parts 
of sets of Heeds for Cabinet 

Organs 25 

Pitch ( I ine) Free 

Pitch (Coal) 10 

Pipe Clay Free 

Pimento, ungrouud 20 

Pimento, ground "26 

Pianofortes, viz.: 

On all square pinafortea, whe 
ther round cornered or not, 
not over seven octaves 



^1 c. ad val. 

$25 each and ad val. 15 
On all other square pianofortes, 

$30 each and ad val. 15 
On upright pianoforte? ........ 

$30 each and ad val. 15 
On concert, semi-concert or 
parlor grand pianofortes ..... 

$50 each and ad val. 15 
Pianos, parts of ................ 25 

Ploughs ....................... 35 

Plate Glass, silvered ---- ........ 30 

Plate Glass, not silvered ........ 20 

Platinum Wire ....................... Free 

Plumbago ..................... 10 

" manufactures of. ..... 20 

Playing Cards. . . 6 cts. per pack. 
Plaits, Tuscan and Grass ........ Free 

Potash. Muriate of Crude ...... Free 

Plants viz.. Fruit, Shade, Lawn 
and Ornamenlal Trees, Shrubs 
and Plants .................. 20 

Plated Ware, Gilt Ware and 

Klectro-plate Ware of all kinds 30 
Platen engraved on Wood and 
on Steel or other metal ....... 20 

Plaster ot Paris or Gypsum, grou d 

10 cents per 100 Ibs. 
Plaster of Paris, calcined or 
manufactured, 15c. per 100 Ibs. 
Plaster of Paris not ground nor 
calcined ................... Free 

Portland and Roman Cement. . . 20 
Potash. Bichromate of .......... Free 

Pomades, French or flower Odor, 
preserved in fat or oil for the 
purpose of conserving the odors 
of flowers which do not bear 
the heat of distillation, when 
imported in tine not less than 
ten pound each ............... 15 

Potatoes ........ 10 cts. per bush 

Porter when imp. in bottles. 

(See Ale). 18 cts. per Imp. gal. 

Porter when imp. in casks. (See 

Ale) ..... 10 cts. per Imp. gal 

Precipitate of Copper ---- ...... Free 

Prepared Vegetables, not else 
where speei tied ............... 20 

Printing Cresses of all kinds ---- 10 

Printed, Lithographed or Copper 
or Steel Plate Bills, Cheques, 
Receipts, Drafts, Pofteis, Cards, 
Commercial Blank Forms, La 
bels of e^ery description ..... 30 

Printed Music, bound or in sheets, 
10 cts. per lb. 

Advertising Pictures or Pictorial 
Show Cards or Bills, tic per 
lb. and ................................. 20 

Pumice Stone, trround orpowdr d 20 
Pumice and Pumice Stone ...... Free 

Pumps, cistern, well, Ac ........ 35 

Putty ......................... 25 

Prunella and Cotton and Woolen 
Netting for Boots, Shoes and 
Gloves ...................... 10 

Quercitron, or Extract of Oak 
Bark ...... ; ................ Free 

Quills ........................ 20 

Quinine, Sulphate of ............ Free 

Hags of cotton, linen, jute and 
hemp, paper waste or clippings, 
and waste of any kind fit ouly 
for manufacture ot paper ...... Free 

Rattans, unmanufactured ..... Free 

" manufactured ......... 25 

Raisins ....................... 25 

Heeds for Organs ............... 25 

Rennet, raw or prepared ...... Free 

Rhubarb Root ........................ Free 

Hire ........................ 1 ct. perlb. 

Hice, uncleaned, unhulltd when 
Imported dried from country of 



Ribbons ........................ 30 

Rice and Sago Flour. 2 cts. per lb. 

17 



$ c. ad val. 
Rivets and Burrs of Copper, Iron 

or Brass 30 

Rifles.. 20 

Rinds of Lemon in Brine for Can 
dying Fre 

Rosin Free 

Roofing Felt 20 

Hopes or Cordage, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Rubber, manufactures of 25 

Rubber, India, unmanufactured Free- 
Rye 10 cts. per bush. 

Rye Flour 50 cts. per brl. 

Safes, of Iron 28 

Saffron and Safflower, and extract 

of Fr<*> 

Saffron, Cake Free- 

Sago 20 

Sago and Rice flour 2c. per lb. 

Sails, ready-made, for boats, ships, 

awnings and tents 26 

Sal Ammonia Free- 
Sal fcodit Free- 
Salt, (except Salt imported from 
the United Kingdom or any 
British possession, or imported 
for the use of the Sea or Gulf 
Fisheries, which shall be free of 
duty,) in bulk ...8c. per 100 !b. 
Salt, in bags, barrels and other 

packages 12 c. per 100 Ibs. 

Salt, imported from the United 
Kingdom or any British posses 
sion, or imported for the use of 
the Sea or Gulf Fisheries Free- 
Saltpetre 20 

Sand Free- 
Sand Paper, Glass and Emery 

Paper 25 

Sausage Casings, i ot cleaned Free 

Sea Weed, not elsewhere speci 
fied Fre 

Seeds, viz. : Flower, Garden, Field 
and other Seeds for agricultural 
purposes, when in bulk or in 

large parcels 15 

Seeds, in small papers or par 
cels 25 

Seeds Anise. Coriander. Cardi- 

mon. Fennel and Feungruk. . .Free- 
Seeds, other, not elsewhere speci 
fied 20 

Seed, Mustard, uuground 15 

" " ground 25 

Senna in Leaves Fre 

Settlers Effects, viz : Wearing 
Apparel. Household Furniture, 
Ac.: Provided that under regu 
lations to be made by the Min 
ister of Customs, live stock, 
when imported into Manitoba 
or the North West Territories 
by intending settlers, shall be 
free, until otherwise ordered by 
the Governor in Council. 
Sfwing Machines, whole or beads, 
or parts of heads of sewing 
machines, $2.00 each and adv al 20- 

Shawls, Woollen, ad val 25 

shawls. Silk 30 

Shingles 20 

Shells, manufactured 20 

Ships and other Vessels, built in 
any foreign country, whether 
steam or sailing vessels, on ap 
plication for Canadian Register, 
on the-fair market value of the 
hull, ringing, machinery and all 

appliances 10 

Shrub* an<* Plants 20 

Silexor Crystallized Quartz Free> 

Silk Velvets, and all manutactureg 
of Silk, or of which Silk is the 
component part of chief value, 
not elsewhere specified, except 
Church Vestments 30> 



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fl c. ad val. 

Bilk in the gum, not more ad 
vanced than singles, tram and 
thrown organzine, and R*w 

Spun Silk, not covered 15 

" Sewing and Silk Twist 25 

" raw or as reeled from the Co 
coon, not being doubled, twist 
ed or advanced in manufacture 
in anv way, Silk Cocoons and 

Silk Waste Free 

Silk plush netting, used for 

manufacture i_f gloves 15 

Silver Coin, United States 20 

Silver Leaf 20 

Silver, German, in Sheets 10 

Silicate of Sod* Free 

Skins, undressed, dried, or salted 

pickled Free 

Slate of all kinds ai d manufac 
tures, not otherwise specified . , 25 

Slate Mantels 30 

Slates for Writing and for Schools 25 
Slates, Roofing Slate, black or 

blue 80 ceuts per square. 
Slates, red. green, and other 

colours. $1 per square. 
Sleighs, Waggons, Wheelbarrows. 

and other like articles 30 

Snuff, 25 cts. per Ib. and ad vol. . 12 
Soap, common brown and yellow, 
not perfumed . .1% ct. per Ib. 
Soap, castilo and white, 2c per Ib. 

Soap, stock 20 

.Soap, perfumed or toilet : 

Soda, Caustic Free 

Spades 30 

Spelter in blo(k or pigs Free 

.Specimens of Mineralogy Free 

Specimens of Botany Free 

Spices of all kinds, except Nut 
megs an<) Mace, ungrourjd. . . . 10 
Spices ol all kiuds. except Nut 
megs and Mace, ground 25 

-Spices. Macen and Nutmegs... 25 
.Spirit? and Strong Waters, not 
having been sweetened or 
mixed with any article, so that 
the degree Of strength thereof 
cannot be ascertained by Syke s 
Hydrometer, for every Imperial 
gallon of the strength of proof 
by such Hydrometer and so in 
proportion for any greater or 
less strength than the strength 
of proof, and for every greater 
or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz: Geneva Gin, Rum, Whis 
key and unenumerated articles 
of like kinds, $1 32% per I gal. 
of Brandy ... .81 4o per I gal. 
" UldTumGin$l :32% perl gal. 
" sweetened and mixed, so 
that the strength cannot be as 
certained as aforesaid, viz : 
Kum Shrub, Cordials. Schiedam 
Schnapps, Tafia Hitters and 
unenumerated articles of like 

kinds $1 90 per I gal. 

Spirits and Strong Waters, not 

elsewhere spec) tied, $1 90 per l.gal. 
Spirits and Strong Waters im 
ported into Canada, mixed with 
any ingredient or ingredients, 
and although thereby coming 
under the denomination of Pro 
prietary Medicines, Tinctures, 
Essences, Extracts or any other 
denomination not elt-ewhere 
specified, shall bo, nevertheless, 
deemed Spirits or Strong 
Waters," and subject to a duty 
%s such. ... $1 90 per I gal. and 20 
Spirits, perfumed, and Cologne 
Water, in bottles or flasks not 
weighing more than 4 oz. each 40 
Spirits, _ pel fumed, and Cologne I 



$ c. ad val. 

Water in bottles, flasks or other 
packages weighing more than 4 
oz.esch,$l 9Cipergal. andadmZ. 30 

Sponges 20 

Spurs and Stilts, used in the 
manufacture of eartlienware ...Free 

Starch, including Farina. Corn 
Starch or Flour, and all pre 
parations having the qualities 
of Starch 2 cts. per Ib. 

Stationery ,>f all kinds not else 
where specified 20 

Steel imported for use in the 
manufacture of Skates Free 

Steel and Manufactures of. (See 
Manufactures of Steel). 

Stereotypes and Electrotypes for 
ootnuirrcial blanks and adver 
tisements 20 

Stereotypes and Electrotypes of 
Standard Books 10 

Stone, Water Lime, or Cement 
Stone $1 per ton. 

Stone, viz.: Rough Freestone, 
Sand Stone and all buildii g 
Stone, except Marble, 

SI per ton of 13 cubic feet. 

Stone lor buildiug and dressed 
Freestone, except Marble from 
the quarry, not hammered or 
chisscled, and on all manufac 
tures of Stone or Granite 20 

Flag Siones.diVHsed.Sl 50 ^ ton 

Stoves and other Casting*, not 
elsewhere specified 25 

Straw 20 

Straw Hats 25 

Sugnrs and Syrups, vin : 

Sugar above No. 14, Dutch 
Standar 1 in color. 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 35 
Sugar equal to No. 9 and not 
above No. 14, Dutch Standard. 

% of 1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 30 
Sugar below No. 9 Dutch Stand 
ard, % ct. per Ib. and ad vat. 30 

Provided that the ad valorem duty 
shall be. levied and collected 
on sugar and me] ado when im 
ported direct from the country 
of growth and production, upon 
the fair market value thereof 
including Export duty or other 
Government tax at the olaee of 
purchase, without any addition 
for the cost of hogsheads or 
other packages, or other charges 
and expenses prior to shipmept, 
anything contained in section 
34 of the Act 40 Victoria, chap 
ter 10, tj the contrary notwith 
standing. Sugar Candy, brown 
and white, and Confectionery, 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 36 
Syrups, Cane Juice, Refined 
Syrup, Susiar-house Sj rup, 
Syrup of Sugar. Syrup of 
MI lasses or Sorghum, 
%of 1 et. per lu. and ad val. 30 

Syrup of Glucose 

% ct. per Ib. and ad val. 35 

Sulphur, in rull or flour Free 

Sumac 20 

Tafia $1 90 per 1 gal. 

Tagging metal, plain, Japanned 
or coated, in coils not over H in. 
in width, when imported by 
manufact rs of shoe and corset 
laces, for use ill their factories. Free 

Tails, undressed Free 

Tallow 1 ct. per Ib. 

Tampico, white and black Free 

Tanners Baric Free 

Tar, 1 ine Free 

Terta-Japonica Free 

Tea Free 

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T$ c. ad val. 
Tea, when imported from U. S .... 10 

Teasels Free 

Telephones 25 

Thread, Linen 20 

Tiles. Drain, and Drain Pipes and 

Sewer Pipes, glazed or ung azed 20 
Tin, in bars, blocks or pig, plates 

and sheets Free 

Tin Crystals 20 

Tinware, Stamped and Japanned 
Ware, and on all manufactures 
of Tin not elsewhere specified. . 25 
Tinctures, containing Spirits, 

$190 per I. gal. 

Tobacco Pipes 20 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for Ex 
cise purposes, under conditions 

of Act 31 Vic., Oap 51 Free 

Tobacco, manufactured, and Snuff 

20c. per Ib. arid ad val. 12J 
Tomatoes in cans. 2 cents per Ib 

Tools, Edge 30 

Tortoise and other Shells, un 
manufactured Free 

Toys 20 

Trees, Shrubs and Plants 20 

Treenails Free 

Trees, \ppleofallkiuds, each... 2c 
Pear " " ... 4c 
" Plum " ... 5c 
" Cherry " " ... 4c 
" Quince " " " ... 2c 

Tripoli 20 

Trunks, Satchel*, Valises and. 
Carpet Bags, Purses and Pocket- 
books 30 

Tubes and Piping of Iron (seam 
less), Wrought Iron, Tubing 
plain, not, threaded or coupled 
or otberwies manufactured. . . . 15 
Tubes and Piping of Brass (seam 
less drawn) 10 

Tubes and Piping of Copper (seam 
less drawn) 10 

Turmeric Free 

Turpentine, raw or crude Free 

Turpentine, Spirits of 10 

Turtles Free 

Tu.sc.iu and Grass Plaits Free 

Twines, of all kinds. lvS 5 

Type for Printing 20 

Type Metal 10 

Umbrellas 25 

Union Collar Cloth Paper in sheets 

not shaped 10 

Vaccine and ivory vaccine points. Free 

Valerian Root Free 

Varnish, black ana bright, for 

ships use Free 

Varnish, not elsewhere spi-cified, 

20c per Imp. gal. and ad vd. . 20 
Vasiline and all similar prepara 
tions of Petroleum in bulk, 

4 cts. per Ib. 

In bottles or packages, not 
over 1 Ib. in weight each, 

6 cts. per Ib. 
Vegetables, viz. : 

Potatoes lOc. per bush. 

Tomatoes and othef vegeta- 
bles.including Corn in cans, 
weighing not over 1 Ib., 2c 
per can, and 2c additional 
per can for each Ib. or frac 
tion of a Ib. over 1 In. 
All other, including Sweet 

Potatoes 20 

Vermicelli and Macaroni 20 

Veneers of Wood, Ivory, Ac., sawn 

only Free 

Verdigris, Subacetate of Cop., dry. Free 
Vegetable Fibres, natural, not pro 
duced by any mechan. process. Free 

Vinegar .... loc per I. gal. 

Vitriol, Blue Free 

Volatile or Essential oils, for 






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$ c. ad val. 

manufacturing purposes 20 

Wagons. (See Carriages) 30 

Wadding, Cotton, blenched and 

unbleached, 2c. per Ib. & ad val. 15 
Washers, Bolts, Nuts, <fcc.,of Iron 30 

Wain uis 20 

Waters, Mineral and grated 20 

Water-Lime, Stone or Cement 

Stone $1 per ton. 

Waste, Cotton Free 

Wax Candlts, Parafflne, 5c. per Ib. 
Wax, Bees, Paraffiue and other . . 20 
Wax, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Whif bey $1 32^ per I. gal. 

Watches, Wat.-h Cases 25 

Watch Movements 20 

Wheels, Wooden (.rough) 20 

Whips 25 

Wheat loc. per bush. 

Wheelbarrows 30 

Whiting or Whiteuiuir Free 

Whalebone, unmanufactured. . . .Free 
Whalebone, manufactures of .... 20 

Willow, for Basket Makers Free 

Willow Baskets 25 

Willow Furniture 35 

Winceys, plain, of all widths, 
wheu the material is not over 

one-fourth won! 20 

Checked, striped cr fancy, not 

over twenty-five inches wide. 20 
Checked, over twenty-five and 
not over thirty inches, when 
the material is not more than 
one-fourth wool, two cents 

per sqna c yard and 15 

Wines of all kinds, except Spark 
ling Wines, including Ginger, 
Orange. Lemon, Strawberry, 
Raspberry. Elder and Currant 
Wines, containing 20 per cent, 
or less of Spirits of the strength 
of proof, by S) ke s Hydrometer, 
imported in wood or in bottles, 
(6 quart and 12 pint bottles to 
1 Imp. gallon), 25c. per Imp. 

gal. and ad val SO 

Wines, containing 27 per cent. : 

28c. per I. gal. and ad val ?0- 

Wines, containing 2S per cent. : 

31c. per I. gal and odval 30 

Wines, containing 29 per cent : 

34c. per I. gal . and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 30 per Cent. : 

37c. per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 31 per cent.. : 

40c. per I. srftl. and ad val. j. . . . 30 
Wines, contain! ng32 per cent. : 

4oc. per 1. ga] and ad vat 30 

Wines, containing 33 per cent. : 

46c. per I ga] . and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 34 per cent. : 

49c. per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 35 per cent. : 

52c. per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 36 per cent. : 

55c. per I. gal . and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 37 per cent. : 

58c. per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 38 per cent.: 

tile, per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 39 per cent. : 

64c. per J . gal. and ad val 30 

Wines, containing 40 per cent. : 

67 c. per I. gal. and ad val 30 

Wines. Champagne and all other 
Sparkling Wines in bottles, con- 



$ c. ad val. 

taining each not more than a 
quart and more than a pint, $3 

per doz. and ad val 30 

Wines. Champagne and all other 
Sparkling Wines in bottles, con 
taining one h<lf pint or less, 
75c. per doz bottles and ad val. 30 
Wines, Sparkling, in b^tili-s con 
taining each not, more than a . 
pint and more than one halt 
pint, $1 50 per doz. and ad val... 30 
Wines. Sparkling, bottles outain- 
ing more thsu one quart each 
shf.ll pay, in addition to $3 per 
doz bottles, at the rate oi $1 50 
per Imp. gal. on the quantity in 
excess oi one quart per bottle: 
$1 50 per 1. gal. and ad val .... 30 
But any Liquors imported under 
the name of Wine, and contain 
ing more than forty per cent, of 
Spirits of the strength of proof 
by S\kt : s Hydrometer, shall be 
rated fur duty a^ unenmueratt-d 

Spirits . . .$1 90 per I. gal. 

Wire of Iron or Steel 15 

Wire of Iron or Stod, galvanized 

or tinned, 15 gauge or Dialler. Free 
Wire of Spring Steel, ci.ppered, 
for the manufacture of mat- 
trasfes.No. 9 gauge and suial!er.Free 

Wire, Copper, round or flat Free 

Wiie. Brass. " Kite 

Wire Cloth of Brass or Copper . . 20 
Wire Kiggingforsbipsandvesseis Free 
Wool, unmanufactured, Hair of 
the Alpaca Goat and other like 
animals, not elsewhere .-pecifiedFree 

Wool and >W>r,l. Cut ion Free 

Wool and Wo liens, manufac 
tures of viz. : 
Wo< 1, Worsted, the Hairof the 
Alpaca goat or other like 
animals, viz.: Blankets, 
andftannelsofeverj desciip- 
tion, not elsewhere speci 
fied, cloths, doeskins, cassi- 
nieres, tweeds, coatings, 
oven eatings. cloakiugs. felt 
cloth of every description, 
nut el>ewhern specified, 
horse cillar cloth, jarn. 
knitting yarn, fingering 
yarn, worsted yarn. Knit 
ted Goods, viz. : shirts, 
drawers arid hosiery, not 
elsewhere specified. 

7i cts. per Ib and aft val. 20 
On clothing ready-made A: wear 
ing appar*! of every descrip 
tion, including Knitted 
Goods. viz ; socks and stock 
ings : cloth caps, composed 
wholly or in part of wool. 
worsted, the hair of the Al 
paca goat or other like ani 
mals made up or inan fac d 
wholly or in part by tailor, 
seamstressor man tacturer. 
except knit goods. 

10 cts. per Ib. and ad, val. 25 
On Dress or Ctstume Clothe, 
Surges, or similar fairies, 
under 25 inches wide and 
weighing n t over 3i oz. 
per lineal yard either or 

both 20 

On all manufactures composed 



^ c. ad val. 

wholly or in part of Wool 
worsted, the hair of the 
Alptca goat or other like 
animals not herein other- 
\\ i-e provided for ........ 20 

On trelle ingrain, thiee ply and 
two i l> carpets composed 
wh< lly t.f wool. 
10 cts. p. sq. yd. and ad val. 20 
On two ),!> audthrae.pl; in 
grain caipet?, of which the 
warp is composed wlu lly of 
cotton or other mateiial 
than wot 1, worsted, the 
hair ot the Alpaca goat or 
other like animals 
5 cts. per sq yd. and ad val. 20 
Wool class one, MZ.: Leicester, 
Cots wold, Lincolnshire. Down 
combing wools or wools know u 
as lustre wools ami < ther like 
com oil w wool? such as are 
prow n in Canada, 3 cts. per Ib. 

Woollen KB.HH Free 

Wood, and Manufactures of 
Wooden Ware. viz. : 

Pails.Tubs.Churns,Brooai8, 
Brushes and other Manu 
factures of Wood not else 
where specified 25 

On Hubs, Spokes. EVlloes and 

Wheels (Rough) 15 

OnLumbei and Tiuii>eruot else 
where specified 20 

Wrapping Paper 20 

Wilting Ink 25 

Yeast 20 

Yellow Metal, in bi Itruiuii bars. . Free 
Yellow 31eial for sheathing ....Free 
Xiuc, in purs. 1:1" ks and .-beets. .Free 
X.inc, srau.l-.-ss drawn tubing. ... 10 
Zinc. Manufactures tf, not tlse- 

where specified 25 

All goods not enumerated in this 
Act as charged with any duty of Cus 
toms ar.d not declared tree of duty by 
this Actor srimeunrepeaUd Act or pro 
vision, shall be chaiged \vitha duty 
ot twtnty per cent, ad valorem, when 
imported into Canada, or taken out of 
warehouse for consumption therein. 
Tlie following arliclex shall be profiibi- 
tfd tn tie imported und*r a penalty 
of two hundred dollar?, together 
with the forfeiture, of the parcel or 
package, ofi/nodx in which t/te same 
may be, found, viz.: 
Books, printed papers, drawings, paint 
ings, prints, photographs or repre 
sentations ot any kind of a trea 
sonable or seditious, or of an im 
moral or indecent character. 
Coin, base or counterfeit. 
The J allowing article* being the natural 
products, or the manufactures of 
the colony of Newfoundland, are 
exempted from Custmns duly when 
imported into Canada, viz.: 
Fish, fresh, dried, salted or smoked. 
Fish-oil and nil products of fish. 
Seal-oil. Animals of all kinds. 

EXPORT I>rjTIhS. 

Shingle Bolts p. cord of 12S c. ft. $1 00 
Spruce Logs per thousand feet.. 1 00 
Pine Logs per ihousand feet .... 1 00 
The export ot I>. r. Wild Turkey 
and Quail in carcass is prohibited. 



NOTE. 

The following articles, viz. : Animals of all kinds, green fruit, hay straw, bran, seeds of all kinds, vgetables, 
plants, trees, and shrubs, coal and coke, salt, hops, wheat, peas and beans, barley, rye, oats, Indian corn, buck 
wheat and all other grain, tiour of wheat, and flour of any other grain, butter, iheese, tish, lard, tallow, me. its, 
and lumber, may be imported free of duty whenever similar articles from Canada may be imported into the 
United States free of duty. 

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POSTAL INFORMATION. 



LETTER RATES, ETC. 

Canada Letters posted in Canada, addressed to any 
place within the Dominion (including Manitoba, British 
Columbia and Prince Edward Island), 3 cents per J oz. ; 
if unpaid, such letters cannot be forwarded, but will be 
sent to the Dead Letter Office. If liable to more than 
one rate of postage, and insufficiently prepaid, the letter 
will (provided one full rate of 3 cents be -paid) be for 
warded to its destination and double the deficiency 
charged on delivery. Letters mailed at any office for, 
delivery at or from the same office, are charged 1 cent 
each, and must be. prepaid ; otherwise they are sent to 
the Dead Letter Office. 

.Post Cards. From any place in Canada to any other 
place in Canada or to the United States, 1 cent each. 
British and Foreign 2 cents each. 

United Kingdom. Postage on Letters 5 cents per J 
z., whether by Canadian or New York Steamers. If 
ent unpaid, double postage will be charged. 

Newfoundland. Postage on Letters, 5 cents per oz. 
newspapers (see " Transient Newspapers ") Post Cards, 
2 cents each. Prepayment necessary. 

Bermuda (via Halifax or New York). Letters Scents 
per oz. Newspapers 2 cents each. Printed matter 1 
cent per 2 oz. 

United States. The rate on Letters to the United 
States is the same as in Canada, and must be prepaid. 

REGISTRATION OF LETTERS. 

Persons posting letters containing value should be 
areful to require them to be Registered, and to obtain 
from the Postmaster a certificate of receipt for Regis 
tration. 

The charge for Registration (use Registration Stamp), 
m addition to the Postage, is as follows, viz. : 
On Letters to any other place in Canada or 

British North America 2 cents. 

On Letters for the United States 5 " 

On Letters f.ir the United Kingdom 5 " 

On Parcels, Patterns or Samples, in Canada. . ..5 " 
On Book Packets and Newspapers to United 

Kingdom 5 < 

Both the Postage charge and Re~ ; stration fee must in 
11 oases be prepaid by stamp. 

Registered Letter Stamps have been issued of the 
denominations of 2, 5 and 8 cents, which may be ob 
tained at any Stamp Agency. 

Registration Stamps cannot be used in payment of 
postage, nor can Postage Stamps be used in payment of 
Registration fees. 

Registration is riot an absolute guarantee against the 
miscarriage or less of a Letter ; hut a Registered Letter 
can be traced where an Unregistered Letter can not, and 
the posting and delivery or non-delivery can be proven. 

BOOK POST. 

A Book Packet may contain any number of separate 
books, publications, works of literature or art, maps or 
prints, photographs, daguerreotypes, when not on glass, 
r in frames containing glass ; any quantity of paper, 
Tellum, or parchment [to the exclusion of letters! ; and 
the books, maps, papers, &c., may be either written, 
printed or plain, or any mixture of the three ; and may 
be either British, Colonial or Foreign. No package must 
exceed 4 Ibs. 6 oz, in weight, nor must the size exceed 
two feet in length, or one foot in width or depth. 

Boole Packets must be open at both ends or both sides, 
nd must not contain any letter or S"aled inclosure. 

The rate on Book Packets between any two places in 
Canada, and to Newfoundland and the United States, is 
1 cent per 4 oz., which must be prepaid by Stamps. 

The rate to Great Britain is 1 cent per 2 uz. 

PARCEL POST. 

The charge on Parcels by the Parcel Post which is 
limited to plates within the Dominion, is 6 cents for 
very 4 oz.. or fraction thereof (with 5 c-ints additional 
if Registered). No letter must be inclosed ; if any dis 
covered, the omount paid will be forfeited, and the 
Parcel charged at unpaid Letter rates. No Parcel must 
xceed 5 His. in weight, and must be prepaid by Stamps. 

Parcels cannot lie transmitted by Post to any place 
Beyond the limits of the Dominion of Canada, nor can 
ny Parcel be forwarded to British Columbia or Mani 
toba (except to the City of Winnipeg) via the United 
States, which exceeds in weijjht the limit of 2 Ibe. 3 oz. 



Eye glasses and spectacles may be sent by mail when 
properly put up and prepaid by Parcel Post. 

MISCELLANEOUS MATTER. 

Miscellaneous matter, described as under, may pass 
between places in the Dominion of Canada upon pre 
payment of a rate of 1 cent per 4 oz. The limit of weight 
is 4 Ibs. 

Under this head is comprised pamphlets, occasional 
publications, printed circulars, manuscripts, printers 
proof sheets, maps, drawings, engravings, photographs 
when not on glass, sheet music, printed or written, 
deeds, insurance policies (but not insurance applications 
and other papers), &c. 

This matter must be done up in covers, open at both, 
ends or sides, or in such manner as to be easily inspected 
by the PostOffice authorities, and must contain no Letter 
or other communication to serve the purpose of a Letter, 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. 

Newspapers and periodicals printed and published in 
Canada, and issued not less frequently than once a 
month from a known office of publication or news agency, 
and addressed and posted by and from the same for 
transmission by mail to regular subscribers or news 
agents in Canada, are sent free; if addressed to Great 
Britain, or the United States, they may be posted by 
the same on prepayment of a Rate of one cent for each 
pound weight in bulk, or fraction of a pound ; and such 
newspapers and periodicals are to be. put up into pack 
ages and delivered into the Post Office, and the postage 
rate thereon prepaid by the publisher or news agent, 
being the sender thereof, under such legnlations as the 
Postmaster-General may from time to time make. 

On all newspapers and periodicals posted in Canada, 
other than those addressed to regular subscribers or 
news agents, from office of publication or news agency* 
including all newspapers and periodicals published less 
frequently than once a month, the rate will be one cent 
per four oz., to be invariably prepaid by Postage Stamp. 

Newspapers and periodicals weighing less than 1 oz. 
each may be posted singly, if prepaid by Postage Stamp 
i cent ch. 

TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS. 

Transient newspapers and periodicals include all news 
papers and periodicals posted in Canada, other than, 
Canada newspapers sent from the office of publication, 
and British newspapers posted by news agents for regular 
subscribers in Canada. When addressed to any place 
within the Dominion, Newfoundland, or the United 
States, they must be prepaid the following rates bj 
Postage Stamp : 

If weighing less than 1 oz., half a cent each. 

If weighing over 1 oz , one cent per four oz. or frac 
tion of four oz. 

Specimen copies of newspapers and periodicals from 
the office of publication are to be treated as transient 
newspapers or periodicals, the rate upon which is one 
cent per four oz. 

On transient newspapers addressed to the United 
Kingdom the rate will be one cent per 2 oz. to be pre 
paid by Postage. Stamp Canada Newspapers posted from 
the Office of Publication to subscribers in the United King 
dom if to be sent in the Mails forwarded via New York 
or Boston, must be prepaid by Postage Stamp at the 
transient paper rate of one cent per 2 oz ; but if sent by 
Canada Packet, such papers may pass, as now, on pre 
payment by the publisher, at the time of posting, of the 
ordinary domestic rate of one cent per pound. Canadian 
Periodicals when sent by mail to the United Kingdom or 
to British Colonies or Foreign Countries (except the 
United States) are liable to ordinary book packet rates. 
All packages of newspapers and periodicals prepaid at 
the bulk rate of 1 cent per Ib. . must be stamped " Pre 
paid by Publisher," at the Post Office where the package 
is mailed. 

P -TTERNS OR SAMPLES WITHIN THE DOMINION. 

Patterns and Samples of Merchandise and Goods for 
sale, not exceeding 24 oz. in weight, may be posted in 
Canada, to be forwarded to any place within the Do 
minion, on prepayment by Postage Stamp of a rate of 1 
cent per 4 oz , under the following regulations : 

If such ra f e be not fully prepaid by the stamps affixed, 
the packet to be rated with the deficient postage and a 
fine of 5 cents in addition. 



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Packages of Samples and Patterns, addressed to any 
place in Canada, m*y be registered on affixing thereto a 
registration stamp of the value of 5 cents in addition to 
the postage rate, and provided such packet be handed 
into the Post Office for registration. 

Patterns or Samples must be sent in covers open at the 
ends so as to be easy of examination. Samples, how 
ever, of seeds, drugs, &c., which cannot be sent m open 
covers, may be enclosed in bags of linen or such like 
material, fastened in such a manner that they may be 
readily opened ; or in bags entirely closed, provided 
that they be transparent, so that the officers of the Post 
Office may be able to satisfy themselves as to the nature 
of the contents. 

The packet may bear on the outside the address of 
the sender, in addition to the address of the person for 
whom it may be intended ; and also a trade mark or 
number, and the price of the sample enclosed ; inside, 
-there must be no enclosure but the .samples or patterns 
themselves. The particulars, however, of the trade 
marks, numbers, and prices, may be marked on the 
articles themselves instead of mi the outside of the 
packet, at the option of the sender. 

Goods sent for sale or in execution of an order, how 
ever small the quantity may be, or any article sent by 
one private individual to another, which are not actually 
trade patterns or samples, are iiot admissible. 

UNITED STATES. 

Patterns and Samples of Merchandise, posted for 
places in the United States, will continue to be subject 
to the special rate of 10 cents each, prepaid by postage 
stamps, and must not exceed 8 oz. in weight. 

UNITED KINGDOM. 

Patterns and Samples of Merchandise, when addressed 
to places in the United Kingdom, must not exceed 8 oz. 
in weight, and must be prepaid by postage stamp at the 
following rates : 1 cent per 2 oz. or fraction of 2 oz. 

RATES OF POSTAGE ON LETTERS AND NEWSPAPEKS FOR 
FOREIGN PLACES. 



COUNTRIES. 


Letters. 


News 
papers. 




P. i oz. 
10 cts. 


Each 2 oz. 
2 cts. 




7 


2 " 


Australia, 3. & W. (via Brindisi). 


15 " 
5 


1 " 




5 


1 " 




5 


2 " 




5 


2 




15 


2 




10 


2 


China (including Hong Kong).. . . 
Cuba 


10 
5 


2 
1 


Etrypt 


5 


1 




7 


2 




5 


1 " 




5 


1 " 




5 " 


1 " 


Holland 


5 " 


1 " 


India 


10 


3 " 


Italy 


5 


1 " 


Japan (via San Francisco) 


5 


1 " 




5 


1 " 


Mauritius 


10 


2 " 


Mexico 


5 " 


2 


Monte Video (via Halifax) 


5 " 


2 


New South Wales 


15 " 


4 




15 " 


4 




5 


1 


Queensland 


15 


4 


Russia 


5 


1 " 




5 


2 " 


St Pierre et M iquelon 


5 


1 


Sierra Leone 


10 


2 


Spain 


5 


1 


Sweden 


5 


1 




5 


1 


Tasmania 


15 


2 


Victoria 


15 


4 



WEST INDIES VIA NK.W YORK AND HALIFAX. 

Via New York for Costa Rica, Curacoa, Letters 10 cents 
per J oz. , Nicuaragua, Panama, 5 cents ; via New York 
for Hayti and San Domingo, Letters 5 cents per J oz. ; 



via New York for Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Danish 
West Indies and Bahamas, Letters 5 cents per $ oz. ; 
Newspapers, 1 cent per 2 oz. West Indies, except where 
otherwise stated, postage on Letters via New York, 
15 cents per i oz. ; Newspapers, Scents per 2 oz. Postage 
on Letters via Halifax, 10 cents per i oz. ; Newspapers, 
3 cents per 2 oz, 

USEFUL HINTS. 

Register all valuable letters. Transmit money by Money 
Orders. Make complaints and Inquiries in writing,and 
addiess the Postmaster-General at Ottawa. Preserve, 
and request correspondents to preserve, envelopes of mis- 
sent or delayed letters. Send to the Postmaster-General 
envelopes of letters about which you seek information or 
make complaint. In addressing letters add Die name of 
the County and Province in which the office addressed is 
located. Place stamp on the right hand upper corner of 
the address side. Put your own name and full address 
in or on letter, to insure return if it cannot be delivered. 

MONEY ORDERS. 

In sending money by mail it is always best to transmit 
by Money Order, if possible. 

COMMISSION ON HONEY ORDERS. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Older Office 
in Canada on any other Money Order Office In the 
Dominion, is as follows : 

If not exceeding $4 2 cents. 

Over $4 not exceeding 10 5 



lu 
20 
40 
60 
80 



20. 
40. 
60. 
80. 
100. 



10 
20 
30 
40 
50 



For suras not exceeding 
$10 $20 $30 $40 



$50 



No single Money Order, payable in the Dominion of 
Canada, can be issued for more than 100 ; but as many 
of 3100 each may be given as the remitter requires. 

Money Orders are issued in Canada on the following 
Foreign countries and British Possessions, at the rate* 
of commission shown below : 
The United Kingdom 
France and Algeria.. 
The German Empire. 

Italy 

Switzerland 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary .... 

Roumania , 

The United States .. 

Jamaica 

Newfoundland 

British India 

Victoria (Australia).. 

New South Wales 

Tasmania 

New Zealand 

Money Orders on the above countries are drawn ia 
Canada Currency. Tables showing the sums payable in 
other countries where the money is of a different denomi 
nation, on Orders issued in Canada, will be found els&- 
where. 

TABLR showing the amount in Canadian Money to be 
paid by remitters for Money Orders on the United King 
dom, India, Jamaica, Australian Colonies and A etf 
Zealand, where payment will oe made in Sterling Money. 



lOc. 20c. 30c. 40c. 50*. 



($50 is the limit of a single order. 






s. 


d. 


$ 


C. 





1 








24 





2 








49 





3 








73 





4 








97 





5 





1 


22 





6 





1 


46 





7 





1 


71 





8 





1 


95 





9 





2 


19 





10 





2 


44 





11 





2 


OS 





12 





2 


92 





13 





3 


17 





14 





3 


41 





15 





3 


65 






s. 


d. 


$ 


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16 





3 


90 





17 





4 


14 





18 





4 


38 





19 





4 


63 


1 








4 


87 


2 








9 


74 


3 








14 


61 


4 








19 


43 


5 








24 


35 


6 








29 


22 


7 








34 


09 


8 








33 


96 


9 








43 


83 


10 








48 


70 



And two cents for each penny to make up the sum required. 
The original Order issued in Canada, parable in any of the aburo 
countries, must be sent to the payee by the remitter. 



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1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN CANADA, 1883. 

The Offices printf.d in Italics ire authorized to grant and Pay Money Orders. The Offices marked * are Savings Bank 
Offices. The letters " W. O." following the name of a Post Office., signify " Way 0/jice" The capital letters on the 
right of the Electoral District column indicate the several Provinces of the Dominion. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECT RAL DISTUICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Abbott s Corners ... 
Abbotsford 




Mrs. E. S. Tracey 
0. Crossfield 
Alfred Halle 
D. A. Sinclair 
Alfred Nield 
Mrs. A. Munro 
Jas. W. Crawford 
Donald Christie 
A. Armstrong 
S. Falconbridge 
John Millar 
J. A Areeneaull 
Robert Towse 
James Ford 

John McD^cald 
J. Matthews 
A. Q. Dubois 
George Adams 
M Drummond 
John Youug 
N. Macdonald 
Geoige T. Lewis 
Gen. S. Hoare 
Miss J. Patterson 
L. S. Campbell 
J. J. Watson 
Nathan B. Morris 
George H. Irish 
J. W. Kennedy 
J. 8. \Vilson 
John Croswell 
John McCartney 
Shackleton Hay 
Mrs M. Macfie 
Richard Bradley 
George Schures 
B. H. Akerly 

Richard Jones 
W. C. Pipes 
Alex. McDo jgall 
Ed. Woodworth 
J. A. Kerr 

Samuel J. Snell 
James H Peck 
S. Kirkpatrick 
John Clnsholm 
A. W. Brown 
Julien Daigle 
A. Campbell 
rhos. Ahier 
A. D. Mclnnes 
D. A. Macdonald 

J >hn B Lawlor 
.fames Townley 
W. L. McKenzie 
S. A. Sleeves 
John K Moore 
B. Tucker, jun. 
M. J. Hamlin 
C. F. Goodeve 
John Bryson 
William Allan 
Win. Sharp 

Thos Duncan 
Benjamin Titus 
John Strachan 
J. A. Silverthorn 
JaH J. McGuire 
J. H. Walker 
Jolm Fletcher 
A. H. Frazer 
James Mountain 




York, E R 
Lanark N R 


James Bowman 
J II. Wylie, jun. 
II. F. Bichmore 
I hilip Straus 
Henry Zeigler 
A. H. Norris 
G. M. Scott 
T. Monkhouse 
J. \V. Brannan 
Neil Mclnnis 
Win. MrPberson 
James Wilkie 

Owen Roblin 
Amos Purdv 
Ernest G. Park 
Isaac B. Stuart 
John Adams 
Robert Moore 
Alexander Grant 
A. M. Fisher 

Edwin Clark 
J.Dufresne, sen. 
George Dufresne 
John Anderson 
Arch. Simpson 
James Anderson 
J. C. McClu&ky 

F. Meunier 
Onesime Boisvert 
L. Moncion 
Wm Smith 
Wm. Speedie 
A W. Corbitt 
Thomas Ward 

J. McLaughlin 
H. P. Hill 
Alex. Chisholm 
John McDonald 
0. E. Garnett 
Chai las Boon 
Michael Cleary 
W. T. Peters, jun 
Stephen de Witt 

Theo. McKerrall 
John G. Christie 
A. Kennedy 
T. II. Copp" 
Albert Teskey 
T G Eastland, jr. 
Henry O .Neill 
Ansell Bobbins 
R. S. Weagaut 
Alex. Bethune 
Mrs. C.Archibald 
Win. B. Mills 
Alex. Munro 
Kmile Robinson 
Donald Mitchell 
John Smith 
lames Frost 
Thomas Guthrie 
John McNevin 
Richard Mi-Xair 
Miss A. A.Ballam 
Wm. Gilli.-- 
Geo. Watson 
Geo. M. Everest 
W. F. Sithes 
Wm. Baiber 
John lieare 
Neil F. McPhee 
C. Roy 
Pierre Morin 


Rouville Q 
Dorchester Q 




Alport 

Al,-ace 


Simcoe. E R 
Mnskoka & P S d 
Grey, s R 
Lanark. S R 
Cardwell 




Lambton, W. R... 




AlsMdt 


Abercrombie 
Aberdeen 
Aberd Hir 


Pktou N. S 
Grev, S. R 
Bruce. W R O 
Lambton, E R ... 
Wellington, S R.. 
Wentworth,S R. 
Prince P b 1 


Alton 


Altona 


Ontrio, WR O 




Lambton, E R.... 
Cape Breton ....N S 
Wellington. N R. U 
Huron, E R 




Am&gaadas Pond ... 
Amaranth Station... 


Abin^don 


Abrams Village . . . 
Abougoggiu Road . . 


Wfstuioreland.N B 
Norfolk. N R 
Keut N B 




Bruce, S R 


Ameliasburg 


Prince Edward... 
Cumberland... N S 
Essex, SR O 
Cumberland.. ..N S 
Middlesex,WR... 
Wtllnnd 
Riniouski Q 




Amlitrst 


Acadia Mines 
Acadie Siding 
*Actim 
*Acton Vale 


Colchester N S 


*Arn/ierstbwgh 
Amherst Point 


Kent N B 


Halion O 
Bagot Q 


Auiigari 
Amqui 






Adare 


Middlesex, N R... 




Oxford, N R 
King s K B 






Addington Forks ... 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Brockville ... 


Ancaster 


Brant, X R 


Ancienne Lorette ... 






Middlesex, WR. 
Renfrew, SR U 
Hants N S 




Admaston 




Perth. S R.. 


Admiral Rock . . . 


Anderson 


Westmoreland. N B 
Huntingdon Q 
Victoria ... N B 






Anderson s Corners . 


Advocate Harbour... 
Afton 


Cumberland ... N .- 
Autigonishe ... N S 
York, E R 


AngeGardien 
Auee G. de Rouville 
Angeline 


Montmorency ... Q 
Kouville Q 


Agiocnurt 


Agnes 


Beauce Q 


Rouville ,... Q 


Ahmic Harbour 


Muskcka & P S d. U 
MubkokaA PS d. 
Mil dlesex, X R... 




Ottawa Q 


A tunic Lake 


*Angus 


Simcoe. S R 


Ailsa Craig 


Annan 
Annapolis 


Grey, N R 
Annapolis .... N S 
Queen s ... N B 


iird 


Missisquoi ...... Q 


Airlie 


Simcoe, S R 
Wellaud 
Queens N H 




Air Line Junction... 
Akerly 


Ansonia. 


Aigoma 


Anten Mills. . . . 


Simcoe, N R 


Albany 


Prince P E I 


Antif/onixhe 


Antigonishe... N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Muskoka&P S d. 
Argenteuil Q 


Albert 


Hastings, E R.... 
Albert . N B 


Antig. HarDour 


Albert . 


AntigHarb.SouthS. 
Antioch . 


Albert Bridge 


Cape Breton ... N S 
Albert N B 
Brant, N R 


Albert Mines 


Antoinette 


Alberton 


Antrim 


L tuark, N R U 
King s N B 


Alberton 


Prince P E 1 




*Allrinn 


Cardwell 


Anpin . 


Middlesex, W R.. 
Halton 


floury 


Prince Edward... 
Klgin. W R 
Gnysborough...N S 
Weutworth, \ R. 
Kent ... . N H 


Appleby 


Aldboro . 

Aliler River... 




Both well ... . 


Apple Gr^>ve 


Stanstead Q 


Aldershot ... 


Apple Hill 


Glengarry 


Aldousne. . . . 




Cumberland ...N S 
Lanark. N R O 


Alexander 


Inverness N 8 
Gloucester N B 
Cariboo .... B C 


Apjtleton 


Alexander s Point... 
Alexandria 




Peterborough ER 
Simcoe N R 




* Alexandria 


Glengarry 


Arcadia 


Yarmouth N S 
Dundas . O 


Alexandria 


Maiquette M 


Archer .... 


Alfred 
Aigoma Mills 
Algonquin 


Prescott U 
Algomi 
Hrenville. S R ... 
Westmoreland. N B 
Cariboo B ( 


Archibo] J 


Marqnette M 


Archibald Sett 


Restigouche ... N B 
Addington 


Arden 


Alison 


Ardoch 


Addington d 


Alkali Lake 


Ardtrea 


Simcoe, E R 


Allanburg 


Welland 


Arirvle 


Victoria. N R 
Carleton N B 
Yarmouth N B 
Lisgar M 
Queen s P E 1 
Yarmouth. . . . N S 
Richmond .... N P 
Antiironishe... N S 
Wellington, S R.. 
Lambton, E R.... 
Bruce, N R 
Cardwell 


Allandale 


Simcoe, S R 
drey, S R 
ChateaUKuay .... Q 
Lanark, S R 
Bruce. N R O 
Muskoka&PS d. 
Simcoe, $ R 
Prince Edward... O 
Simcoe, S R 




Allan Park 
Allan s Corners 
Allan s Mills 


Ar^rvle 


Argyle 


Argyle Shore ... 


AUer/forrl 


Arg.vle Sound 
Arichat . ... 


Allensville 


Allenwood 


Arisaig 


Allisonville ... 


Arkell 


*AlIiston 


*Arkona 


Alloa 
Allumctte Island 
Alma 


Peel 
Pontiac 
Wellington, C R.. O 
Albert N B 


Arkwright 


Arlington 




York, E R O 


Alma 




Kings P E I 
Bellechasse Q 
Temiscouata Q 


Alma 


Pictou N S 


Armagh 


Alma 


Prince P El 





[63] 



64 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DiS ! KICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ; ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTERS. 




Hruce, W R 


John Hiles 
John Armstrong 
John C. Bent 

C. Armstrong 

Wm. G. Murray 
Kzra A Bates 
E. C. Hopkins 
D. Murrhison 
Thos. Winter 
James Elliott 
Calixte Leblanc 
Mrs. Janet Small 
A. Murphy 
Wm. Thomson 
Robert Elliott 
Alfred Stacey 
Hrnry Gill 
Wm. Dorlard 
Thos. A. Fisher 

Wm. Fr-lletor 
V. ChUholm 
James Ashdown 
F. L Thornton 
Henry A. Bulyea 
George FollU 
Hugh S. Conn 
Wm. McPherson 
George Shaw 
1 hoe. Lakeman 
H. M. Hunt 
Alin Ouellet 
John M. Bell 
Ransom Rowe 
E. Lanigan 
ft. C. Wilson 
John Kidd 

D. F. Archibald 
lames Crowther 
Jacob Sundy 
Donald Gordon 
Wm. M. Poser 
J. Lefebvre 
S. Ctldwel! 
J. McKeune 
N. McFadjen 
J. Forrestall 
I. R. Ault 
0. W. Doan 
Wm. L. Coulter 
A. B. A very 
Octave Martin 
John McOallum 
Lyman Whaley 
Jolm McMillan 
J. E. McCready 
R. McDonald 
A. F. Robertson 
B. N. Shaver 
CbHS II. Reid 
J. B. Newcomb 
Heter Knight 
John McKellar 
J. McPherson 
Homer G. Ayr 
fl. V. Farnswortb 
.1. R. Woods 
Wm. Campbell 
B. N. Read 
John Wjlle 
E. Wldmeyer 
James Bitbiugtor 

Thos. W. Crowel 
Joseph McGee 
Krnest Boyle 
James Frasr 
K. Kim sly 
C. McDonald 
Kllen Anderson 
Donald Mclnnis 
Mrs. Ruth Kade 
Edward II. Boyc 


Badjeros 
Bag<>t 


Grey, K R 
Renfrew, S R 
Chicoutimi Q 


H. McQuarrle 

E. I.evecque 
A mbrose Bilodeau 
Gonzague Savard 

Adam C. Wells 
Aubrey Copp 
L. D. Macdonald 
John D. Periin 
F. X. Bilode.au 
Jas. S. Robinson 
Henry Baird 
Joseph Baker 
Thomas BurgeSB 
John W. Cowie 
George Foster 

T. H. Morton 
W. K Baldwin 
J. A. M ar 
G.A. McLaughlin 
Rober Hill 
Jobn Hysup 
John W. McKee 
Chas. J. Graham 
R. G. McClelland 
i. C.Williamson 
J. H. Shoebottom 
1 . Finch 
ThOf. Savoy 
J. H. Wellt 
Ira Palmer 
J Cunningham 
r. McCutcheon 
Ferdiu d Walter 
J. C. Gefrge 
Joseph Hood 
L. Melville 
Wm Johnston 
L. MacDougall 
Sam l McKwen 
H.Gallang 
1 homas Tapp 
Michael Maneely 
H B. Seeley 
Charles Bard 
James Stone 
Thos. Cubertson 
^amnel McCord 
Mrs. McDonald 
Robert Siuipfon 
Thos. Davidson 
Geo. Campbell 
C. N. Remiek 
John Evoy 
.lames Corkey 
Andrew Barrett 
William Glover 
.liunes Edward* 
Jobn Hyan 
Peter Archdefcln 
Miss E E Lyttle 
R H Crowell 
A. Tref ey 
Benj. Boudrot 
William Martin 
Miss Ella Seaman 
Donald McPhee 
Robert Barss 

Dennis Hayes 
Jesse Bartlett 
W. J. Gage 
A. Barnett 
James Walker 
W.C. Kehdall 
0. .las. Heaslip 
Mrs. A.T. I >if key 
II. McKendrick 
Wm. McKenxie 
Maik Bates 
H Armstrong 
Thos. Bohan 
Helen I. Waitt 
Jos. L. Melangon 




King s N 1$ 
Restigouche... N B 
Queen s N B 
Wellington, S R. 
Provencher .... Ml 
Grev, N R 
Renfrew, S R . ... 
Victoria N B 


Armstrong s Brook . 
Armstrong s Corner 
Armstrong s Mills... 


Bagotville 


Baie de la Triuite... 
Bitie des Rochers ... 
Baie St. Paul 
Bait Vfr/f 


SaUjieuay Q 


Lisga M 


Arnott 


Westmoreland N B 
Westmoreland. N B 
Pictou N S 


Baie Verte Road 
Uailej s Brook .... 
Bai/lieboro 


Aroostook Junction 
Aroostook Portage . 
Aros 


Victoria N B 


Peterboro W R...O 
Levis Q 
Charlotte N B 


Victoria, N R... . 


Kaillargeoa 
Baillie 




Art/i abaskavitlc .... 
* Arthur 


Arthabaska Q! 
Wellington, NR. 
Victoria NB 






Haker Settlement ... 
Bala 


Lunenburg N S 
Simcoe, K R U 


Arthurette 


Baldersou ... 


Lanark, S R 
Queen s N B 




Middlesex, E R... 
Sherbrooke . . . . Q 
Marquette M 


Baldhill 




Baldoon 
Baldwin 


Kent 
Yorl-.N R 
Stansttad Q 
King s P E 1 




Ash 


Halton 


Baldwin s Mills 
Baldwin s Road.... 
Balfour 




Ontario, S R 0, 
Yale . . . B B 




Prince Edward ...0 
Ontario, WR 


As In lad 


Benfrew S R ... 


Ballantrae 




Autigouishe... N S 
Muskoka & P S d.O 
Halton 


IMIant ne s Stat n.l 
Balliuafad 


Frontenac O 




Wellington, SR...O 
Carleton U 




Ballin villa 




Carleton N B 


Ballycroy 


Cardwell O 


Ashley 


Grey, N R 
Carleton 


Bull if duff 


Durham, E R 
Middlesex, E R.. 
Haldiinand 


Ball\mote 






Balmoral 




Middlesex. S R... 
Muskoka & P S d 




Restigouche ...N B 
Lisaar M 








Balsam 


Jutario. W R 
Victoria, N R O 
Xorthumb., W R.O 
Waterloo, N R. ...0 
Hastings, N R....O 
Simcoe, S R 


Astou Station , 


Nicolet Q 


Balaam Lake 


Atha . 


Ontario, S R 
Huntingdon . . . . Q 
Ontario, N R O 
Norfolk, N R 
f!nlrtwfill O 










Kancrojl 




Bauda 


Athlone 


Bandon 
Banks 
Bunks of Br d Cove. 
Bttnaoekburn 


Huron. S R 
Grey, E R O 
Inverness ....N S 
Hastings, N R....O 
Westmoreland. N B 
Gaxpe Q 




AhoU 


Cumberland ... N S 
Wentworth, S R. 
Vlonck 


Attercliffe 


Attercliffe Statioa,.. 


Barachois 


Perth, N R . . . 


Barachois deMalbaie 
Barb 
Bardolph 


Aubert Gallion .... 


Beauce . Q 


Prercott O 
Lennox 


Chateaueuay. . . . Q 
Huron, S R 
Lambton, E R ... 
Prince P E I 




Bardsville 


Simcoe, E R (> 
Caiiboo B C 






Augustine Cove. . . . 


B-irk Lake 


Renfrew, 8 R 
Ootaiio, N R 
Norihumberl d N B 
King s N H 


Guysborough... N P 
Stormont 


Barkwuy 




Barniiby River 
Barne.-.ville 




York, N R O 




Simcoe, N R 
Xork N B 


Barnett 


Wel!iogton,C R...O 
pjctou N S 


Avery s Portage. . . . 


Barney s River 


Bonaventure. . . . Q 


Stanstead Q 




Bar Kiver 


Algoma 




Middlesex, E R... 
Perth, S R 


Barrett 


Muskoka&P Sd...O 
Albert N B 




Barre,ttsholme 
Btrrett s Grots 




Carleton N B 


Prince P E ] 




Pictou. ... N S 


Simcoe, N R 
Frontenac 


Avondale Station ... 


Pictou N S 




Stormont 
King s N S 
King s N S 


Barrie Island 


Algoma C 
Huntingdon Q 
Slielburne N S 
Shelburne N S 
AnMgonifhe ...N S 
Renfrew. N R 
Cumberland ...N S 
Hants N S 


Avonport 
Avouport Station ... 
Avonroy 
Avonton , . ... 




Bithwell 
Peith, 8 R 


Harrington Passage. 
Barrio s Beach 




Muskoka & P S d.O 
Stanftead Q 


Ayer s Flat 






King s NS 


Bar Settlement .... 
BarsH 1 Corners 


*Aytmer (Kist) .... 
*Aylmer ( West) 


Ottawa Q 
Elgin, K R () 
Ottawa Q 


Lunenburg N S 
Northumberl dN B 
Northumberl d.V B 
Charlotte N B 
Wentworth. S R.O 
Dt of Nipissinp...O 
Richmond N S 
Ottawa Q 


Bartibogne Bridge. 
Btrllett Mills 


*Ai/r . . .... 


Waterloo. S R.... O 
irey, S R 
Queen s N B 


*Ayton 




Bitiii D6p6~t 




Botliwell 


lUsiaKivfrlnhab... 
Bisin ^u Lievre 


Dacca ro . ... 


Shelburne NS 
Charlotte N B 


Back Bay 


Wentwcrth, S R.O 
Colchester N S 
Kent N B 




Antigonishe ...N S 
Pictou N S 




Back Meadows .... 
Baddeck 




Victoria N S 


Basswood Ridge 
Bateston 


Charlotte N B 
Cape Breton ...N ? 


Bidileck Hay .. . 


Victoria N S 


Baddeck Bridge 
Baddeck Kir. N. Br. 


Victoria N S 


Bath 


Victoria N S 


Rath 
B<tihurst 


Carleton N 1 . 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester N B 


Victoria, N R 
Waterloo, S R . ...0 


Baden . 


Bithurst Vdlage 



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POST OFFICE. 

Batiscan .............. 

Batiscan Bridge ...... 

Batteau .............. 

Battery Hill ........ 

Battersea ............... 

Battleford ........... 

Baxter s Harbour.., 
Bay du Via .......... 

Bay du Viu Mills .., 
* Bay Odd ............ 

Bayfield ............... 

Bayfield ............... 

Bayham ............... 

Bayside ................ 

Bayside ................ 

Bay St. Lawrence ... 
Bayxville ............... 

Bayswater ......... 

Bay View ............... 

Bayview ............... 

Bayview ................ 

Beachburg ............ 

Be<iCh Point ......... 

Beaconsfield ......... 

Beacousfield .......... 

Beconsfield ............ 

Bach Meadows ____ 

*Beachvitte. ............ 

*Beamsville ............ 

Bear Brook .......... 

Bear Island ............ 

Bear Point ............ 

Bear R. (W.side) ... 
Bear River ............ 

Beaton s Mills ....... 

Beatrice ..... . ......... 

Beauce Junction ... 
+BtavJiarnois ......... 

Beaufort ........... 

Beaulac ............... 

Beaulieu ............... 

Beaumont ............ 

Beauport ............... 

Beaupre .......... 

Beaumaris ........ 

Beanrivage ............ 

Beausejour ........ 

Beauvoir .......... 

Beaver ............ 

Beaver Bank ......... 

Beaver Brook ......... 

Beaver Brook ...... 

Beaver Cove ......... 

Beaver Creek ...... 

Beaver Harbour ...... 

Beaver River ......... 

Beaver River Corner 



ELECT, K.AL DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTE. 



Champiain Q D. Lacourciere 

Champiain IQ Miss A. Fugere 

Sinicoe, N R Wm. Bouchiere 

, iPictou N S Peter A. Grant 

Frontenac OJW. J. Anglin 

Saskatchewan Ter. ! H. Richardson 

King s N S:John S. Baxter 

i Northumberl d N B J. C Ourrnichae 
\orthum herl d N B James Graham 

: Huron, S K UlJames Gairdrier 

j Westmoreland N B Frank Harper 
Aatigonishe ...N S E. W. Randal! 

Elgin, E R 

Hastings, W R... Ja-per W. Lent 

Charlotte N B John Curry 

! Victoria N S Aneus Mel n tosh 

^Ontario, N R O Wm. H. Brown 

: King s N B Mrs. M. J. Currie 

St. John N B Charles Carr 

Queen s P E I Miss E. Martin 

Grey, E R 0| 

. Renfrew, N R.... George Surtees 

iKing s P E I John McKenzie 

! Oxford, S R Wm. H. Case 

Marquette M Chas. Wright 

Victoria N B John Duncan 

[Queen s N S J. L. Wentzt-1 

Oxford, S R Charles Mason 

Lincoln J. 8. Bennett 

! Russell Alfred Hill 

j York N B Isaiah Parent 

iShelburne N S John M. Shand 

IDigby N S V. T. Hard wick 

i King s P E I John Campbell 

Queen s P BID. Beaton 

MuskokaA P Sd. Richard Lance 

Beauce Q Vital Bilodeau 

Beauharnois ... Q C. McArthur 

Carleton N B Wm. B. Mills 

jMontcalm Q George Mason 

iMontmorency.... Q Prudent Blais 

Bellechasse Q George Couture 

.Quebec ... Q: Isidore Giroux 

; Montmorency . . Q 

[Sirncoe, E R O Edward Prowee 

lLotbiniere Q Napoleon Brochu 

: Lisgar M 

Vaudreil Q M. Besner 

Prescott Robert Brassard 

Halifax N S A. Fleming 

Albert N B P. W. Brewster 

Colchester.... N S Walter Marshall 
.N S Stephen McNeil! 
..MS. Thompson 
N B Leonard Beat 
N S R. N. Beveridge 



Cape Breton 
Marquette . 
Charlotte .... 
Oigby. 
Digby. 



Becancour 

Beeancour Station. 

Bacher 

Becketville 

Beckstead 

Bedeque 

Btilfvrd 

Bedford Basin 

Bedford Mills 

Btebf Plain 

Beech Hill 

Beech Hill 

Beech Lane*. 

Beech Ridge 

Beeohwood 

Btf,lon 

Beggsboro 

Belfast 

Belfast 

Belford 

Belfountaiu 

Belgrave 

Belhaven 

Bellednne 

Belledune River 

Bfll Ewart ............ 

Belle Creek 
Belleisle 
Belleisle ......... 



.... N 8 Mrs.L.J. Raymon 

Ontario, N R James Cameron 

Nicolet Q Miss M. E. Kivard 

Megantic Q Joseph Leclerc 

Both well Henry Roebuck 

Restigouche... N B Wm. E. Doplace 

Dundas 0. G. Beckstead 

Princs P E I Major Wright 

Missisquoi Q Edward Coslett 



Halifax N S 

Krontenac 

Stanstead Q 

Albert N B 

King s NS 



Norfolk, S R. . . 

Argenteuil 

Huron, S R 

Simcoe, 8 R 

Muskoka&PSd. 



.0 



Huron, W R.... 

Quen s P E I 

York. E R 

Cardwell O Noah Herring 

Huron, E R Mrs. S. Moriey 



G. W. Bogjs 
Benjamin Tett 
J. L. House 
David Bayley 
Ed. M. Jordan 
Albert Cameron 
A. Bell 
J. T. Wright 
D. A. Jones 
John K. Blain 
.James Mullen 
Martin Martin 



POST OFFICE. | ELECTORAL DIoTiUCT. POsTJIASTEk. 



York. N R 
Gloucester .. 





N B 



Neil Morton 

J. Chalmers, jun. 







Gloucester ... N B John Curry 

Simcoe, S R O S. C. Webster 

Queen s P E I James Cook 

Annapolis N S R. L. Dodge 

King s N B,Wm. Kierstead 



Bay iKing s N B.John F. Downey 

Bel teisle Creek King s N B Cosmo F. McLeod 

Bellenden Queen s NB Robert Jeffery 

tSflh Rivvr |Essex, N R E. Dumouchelle 

B^lle Riviere Two Mountains . Q C. Robertson 

St John s Q G. La Valle 

Hastings, W R... J. H. Meacham 
N BlJame* Martin 

D-gby X S.Urb. Belliveaux 

Westmoreland N B Lewis Kichard 

Victoria, S R Thos L. Davis 

Pontiac Ql George Palmer 

Addington Mrs. M. Coffey 



Belle Vallee 
*B?lleviUe . 

Belleville Caileton 

Beliiveaux Cove 

Belliveaux Village. 
Bellevue 

Bell Mount.! 

Bellrock 

Bell s Cnrn-ers 

Belmina 

Belmont 

Beltnont 

Belmore 

Belceil Station 

Beloeil Village 

Belton 

Belyea s Cove 

Benacadie 

Becdale 

Benmiller 

Bennies Corners . ... 

Benniugton , 

Bensfort , 

Benton 

Beresford , 

Bergerville 

Berkeley 

*Berlin 

Berriedale 

Berry Mill Station . 

Berryton 

Berryton 

Ber.-nmig 

Berthier (en has) . ... 
*lkrthier (en liaut).. 

Bervie 

Berwick 

Benuic c 

Bethany 

Bethel ... 



Bethesda 

Beulah 

Bewdley 

Bexley 

Bic... 

Bienville 

Big Bank 

Big Bar Creek 

Bis. Bras d Or 

Big Brook 

Big Cove 

Big Fork 

Big Harbour 

Big Intervale (Mar.) 

Big Island 

Big Lake 

Big Loraine. 



Carleton 

Wolfe Q 



George Arnold 
F. H. Parsons 



Middlesex. S R... O W. H. Odell 



Colchester . . . .N S, Thomas Lindsay 

Huron, E R o! Peter Terriff 

Vercheres QIJ. B. Leblanc 

Vercheres Q| J. R. Brillon 

Middlesex, ER...O 

Queen s N B J. L. Belyea 

Cape Breton ...N S John McNeil 

York. B R 0|Wm. Forlar 

Huron, W R 0; Jon. Miller 

Lanark, N.R 0|T. B. Carswell 

Oxford, N R Robert Heron 

Peterboro , W R.. A. D. Galloway 

Carleton N Bj Almon J. Teed 

Gloucester .... N Bj Joseph Aube 

Quebec QJMrs.C. Petitclero 

Grey, N R O 1 George Fleming 

Waterloo, N R ... O.Wm. Jaffray 
Mnskoka* P Sd. 1 John Young 
Westmoreland, N S i C. B. Keith 

Albert N B Edward Berry 

Leeds, S R James Berry 

Saguenay Q P. C. Dupui s 

Montmagny Q P. S. Joncas 

Berthier Q Miss Z. S. Kitson 

Bruce, W K Nichol Mclntyre 

Stormont Moses N. Lobin 

King s N S Edward C. Foster 

Durham, B R.... David Rowan 

Shefford Q W. Bartlett 

Ontario. W R....O Frederick Pretty 

Selkirk M G. H. Rowswell 

Northumb., W R John Sidey 

Victoria. N R O.Wm. G. Peel 

Rimouski Q J. R. Colclough 

Levis Q Honore Girard 

Victoria N S Donald Smith 

Cariboo B C Jos. Haller 

Victoria N S John A. Fraser 

Inverness N S Malcolm McLeod 

Queen s N B J. H. Humphrey 

Keewatin M F. Theker 

Victorii N S Philip Fraser 

Victoria :.. N 8 1 Malcolm McLeod 

Pictou N S; John Cameron 

Algoma W. J. Burrows 



_. Cape Breton... N SlGeorge Jewell 

Biir Harsh King s P K ID. McDonald 

Big Marsh \ Antigonishe. . NS D. McDonald 

Big Point |Kent Joseph Cheff 

Big Pond j Cape Breton ...N S Michael McNeil 

Big Port le Bear :Shelburne ... N S ; George Harding 

Big Ridge ;Cape Breton. ...N S Angus McDonald 

Big Tracadie i Antigonishe ... N Si William Gerroir 

Billings Bridge Russell William Smith 



Bill Town 

Binbrook 

Biti .rham Road 

Binkham 

Bin^carth 

Birch Ridge 

Birchton 

Birds Hill 

Birchtown 

Birdtou 

Birdsalls 

Birmingham 

Birnam 

Birr .. 



King s NSW. Stub. Sweet 

Wentworth, S R.. James Gawley 

Monck 0; Nicholas Miller 

Wellington, SR. W. Vansbrough 

Marquette M G. L. Smollie 

Vicioria N B: Samuel F. Boone 

Compton QiE. A. Sawyer 

Lisgar M 

Shelburne N S Rufus Browne 

York N B Robert Bird 

Peterboro , E R . 0| James Bryce 
Frontenac Oj Mrs. Birmingham 



Lambton, E R ... 
Middlesex, E R... 



John Thomas 
Albert B. Wood 
J. H. Wood 



Birtle jMarqnette M 

Bishop s Mills ]Grenville, N R... 0;3. Ferguson 

Bishop s Crossing ... i Wolfe Qi W. Bishop 



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[1884. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER 




John Sundy 
X. W. Bernier 

H. Heitman 
Andrew Loggie 
H. Livingstone 
John CoUL lilii) 
Robert Fair 
Isaac H. Allen 

Wm. Gowland 
Win Cook 
David McNair 
James HuMey 
George A. Shar.d 
R. McNaughtoD 
Robert Stewart 
D. Cbisholm 
Alva Grimmon 
Mis M Cameron 
James Willigei 
Miss M. Mu:ph\ 
W. U. Grind lev 
J. Reushaw 

Wm. Blair 
r. C. Caskey 
James Smilie 

Peter McDougal 
Donald Ross 
^amut-1 Caiupbel 
D. Bergeron 
>liys E. Seab iyei 
Austin Ballard 
Jas C. Pattersoi 
Josiah Davis 
J. K. Morris 
Prter Murray 
James Fowler 
llezekiah Hoyt 
James Jodrey 
A. B. Tavlor 
M. Gallant 
Miss R. J. Dunn 
John Leavitt 
\lex McDonald 
T. W. Keirstead 
V 7 . Kirchner 
Alex. Rattray 
vlaxon Jones 
Jacob Clouse 
I. E. Hemwm 
R. MeDougall 
.VlalcoliD Blue 
.dward Knickle 
James Timmins 
David Peters 
D B. McKinnou 
Wm. H. Mellow 
John Miller 
Irvine Juokin 
Kli Hanson 
Francis Murphy 
0. H Heming 

P. Boileau 
Kenneth McLeOC 
Mrs. Me I ntv re 
; ierre Begin 
John Korry 
John R. Munro 
Mrs K Blaisdel 
J. T. Chauiiell 
F A. Hammond 
Ric-hard Knight 
Fred. Forest 
Thadee Uagnon 
J. M. Curler 
Job D Bongard 
Kdwnrd Moor 
W. H Whiteley 
A. Robertson 
P. N. Mclntosh 
Alex. McKachen 
V. Lemay 
Wm. Picard 




Perth N R 


Mrs. T. Walsh 

Wm Hackwell 
Joseph Beatty 
Oliter C. Rouse- 
Nt-il Clark 
James Walker 
C. McBrayne 
Wm. Regen 
David McV an 
M. Hallihan 
L. Normandin 
John Grace 
Henry W. Ford 
Alex Boudreau 
Jos. Bougie 
Frederic Wood 
Gus. Hamilton 
A. Munro 
M. McKeuzie 
Alex. Matheson 
John Patterson 
W. D. Parkhurst 
R. B. C. Weldon 
ttlijah C osman 
J. J. Bourgeois 
Patrick Russell 
J. Gam Me 
Miss B. Edgar 
J. B. Fairba^rn 

John McCaffrey 
.1 R Atwater 
Wm. Galbrai .b 
John Crosbie 
Robert P. Perry 
John Davidson 
S. McCillum 
Tbos. Rodd 
Frank Turner 
H. S. Bioughton 
Wm Bradshaw 
A. Campbell 
Andrew Mackay 
John Gillis 
Ewen Campbell 
John Gordon 
M. M. Elliott 
Krlward Vinot 
Michael Laing 
J C Kavanagb 
J. Cleveland 
K. R. Cromby 
A. D. Clement 

J. R Campl;e 
John McMillan 
John Bernard 
John O Counell 
Henry Gerster 

William Fulton 
Thomas O Reilly 
liei.rge Frazer 
Milliiige Steeves 
W. C. McGillis 
Marcus P. Dean 
H. ScliHwermann 
Daniel Graham 
B. Dodge, jun. 
Jhn A. Cameron 
Kd" in .liimes 
Joseph Whitford 
John Armstrong 
Hugli McLean 
John O Connor 
John Cimeron 
T. C Lock wood 
William LochearJ 
R (Jbisliolin 
Daniel Hoffman 
George Brown 
Charles Lock 
Joshua Ashley 
.1 11. Hnyward 
ThomHg Craig 
Joseph Gardner 




Renfrew, N R . . 
Beauoe Qi 
Simcoe, S R Oi 




Middlesex, N K... 
Shefford Q 


Bisson 
Black Hank I 


Bosfobel 




Victoria N R . . 
Norfolk N R 




North mb rl d. N S 
Cape Breton N S 
Russell 




Black Brook 


Boston Mills 


Peel 






Wellington, C R. 
Klgin, W R 
Bothwell 


Black Cape .... 


Bom venture. . . . Q 
Welland 


Botany 
Oo/tiweH 




Black s CorutJB 
Black Heath 


Wellington, N K, 
Wentworth, S R. 
Restigouche ... N B 
Restigouche ... N B 
Halifax N S 


Bothwell 


King s P E 1 


Botsford Portage . ... 
Boucherville 


Westmoreland N B 
Chamtily Q 
Ottawa Q 




Black Point 
Black Point 


Bouchette 


Bouck s Hill 


Uun las o 


Black Point 




Boudreau VilJage ... 
Bougie 


Westmoreland N B 
Jacques-Cartier . Q 


Black River 


N orth mb rrd. N B 
St. John N B 


Bla> k River 


Blick River 


Antigonishe... N S 
Prince Edward. . 
North mb il d. N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Gloucester .... N B 
North mb rl d. N B 
Waterloo. 8 R.... 
Re.stigouche ...N B 
Victoria, N R.... 
Peterboro , KR... 
Huron S R O 


Bourdeau 




Black River Bridge, 
black* River Bridge. 
Black Rock 


Boulardarie 
Boulardkne B. Lands 
Boulardaiie Centre. 
B mlardaiie Kast .. 


Victoria N S 
Capt- Breton ...N S 




Victoria N S 
Hastings, N R ... 
Westmoreland N B 
Carleton N B 




Blair 


Boundary Creek 
Boundary , Presqu ile 






Kent N B 




Bourg Louis 


Portneut Q 


Blake 


Bowesville 


Russell O 


Blake .... 


Marquette . . . . M 
Lanark. N R 


Bowling Green 


Wellington. N R 
Durham, W R ... 
Middlesex, N S... 
York. E R 
Gnvsboro N s- 
Halton 




Blanchaid Road 


Pictou N S 




Ottawa .... Q 


Box Grove 






Blandford 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Oxford. N R 
Grey. E R 
York N B 




Blandford Station... 
Blantyre 
Bltyney Ridge 








Ontario. N R . . . 
Muskoka&PS d 
Queen s .. . .P R 1 




Kent 


Bracklev Point 


Blind River 




BracKley Point H d. 
Bracondale 
* Bradford 
Bradshaw 


Queen s P E 1 


Blissfield 


North mb rl d. M B 
Sunbury . N B 


York, W R 
York. N R ( 
Bothwell 




Block House 


Lunenburg N S 




Prince Edward... 
Prince P K 1 




Prince P E 1 






Oxford, N R 
Renfrew, S R .... O 
Prince P El 
Simcoe, S R 
|>eel 


Bloom liekl 


Oarleton N B 


Braeside 


Bloomfitld 

Bloomfield Ridge. ... 
Bloomfield Station . 


King s N B 
Vork . N B 






KintrR N H 


Bramptrm 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Queens P E I 


Branch La Have .... 


Luuenburg. . . N P 
Waterloo, S R.... 
Selkirk M 
Selkirk M 


Blooming I oint 




Ontario, W R.... 
Vorfolk. N R . ... 
Queen s N P 
Pictou N S 


Brandon 
Brandon Hi 1st 
Brandy Creek 




Blueberry 


Norfolk, N R O 
Brant, S R 


Blue M mn tain 
Blue s Mill 


Inverness N S 


Brazil Lake 


Yarmouth . . . . N S 




Lunenbure N S 
Huron K R () 








rtcs igoucbe... N B 
Ontario N R o 




Provencher .... W 
Huron, K R <> 
Marquette ... M 
Kssex, S R 
Victoria S R ( ; 




Blytlif 




Simcoe, N R O 
Waterloo, N R ... 
Frontennc 


Bl.ythfield 
Blytheswood 




Brewer s Mills 


Middlesex. NR. < 
Northumb., E R. 
M 




Charlotte N B 






Hastings. E R ... < 
Grey, N R 
North mb rl d. N li 
Ottawa Q 


Bridge Creek ..... 


Bogoor 




Albert N B 






Boileiu 


Bridgenorth 


Peterboro . W R. 
Waterloo. N R ... 
Cape Breton... N S 
Annapolis N S 
Pictou N S 
Hastir KS, N R ... 
Lunenburg ... N S 


Boisdale Barachois . 


Cape Breton ..N f- 
Cape Breton.... N S 
B^ance Q 
Lanark S R . ( 


Bridgeport 


Bolduc 
Bolingbrofee 




Bridgeville 




Victoria, N R . ... (. 


Bolton Centre 
BoUon Forest 






Bi itiden 


Bolton Glen 








Northumb., W R. 
Bonaventure Q 


Hriyliam 
* Bright, 


Brome y 
Brant. N R < 
Nor humb. .KK.. 
Lanark. V R " 
Antigonishe... N S 
Hastings. N R ... U 
MHdlrsex.N R... I! 
r>nndas 
Wellington. S R . 
rwlurnn ...N R 


B naventure River. 
Bon Desir 


*B<mdhwd 
B->npird Corners... 
Bonnechere 
B<mtie tispt ranee... 


York, N R 
Prince Edward... 
Renfrew. S R .. 
Sairuenay Q 
Queen s FBI 
Norfolk, N R 
Inverness N S 
Laval Q 
Hochelae* . . . . Q 


Bri htsirte 


Kriley s Brook . 
Brinkworth 
Drinsley 
Biinston s Corners.. 






Bristol 


Bord a Plouffe 


Bristol.... Por tine Q 


Britannia . ... Peel... ... 



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POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Britannia Mills 
Briton 


Bagot Q 


Mrs. H. Guilben 
W W Stevenson 
Geo. Hamilton 
Thos. Patterson 
Alex. McLellan 
Mrs. Kd.Teal 
Donald McLeod 
Melvin Adams 
H. J. Painter 
A. B Curran 
W. Fitz-immons 
<~! Seehaver 
Horace H. Smith 
Henry Addison 
M. McDonnell 
Fred Mullett 
G. K McCrana\ 
R. Rowe 
B. M"^eracher 
J. Mitchell 
James Graham 
Samuel Neily 

Geo. W. David 
Win. Grav 
A.. F. Darlington 
H A Cou.pton 
J. R. Hall 
J. H. Pitman 
Thos Heron 
Mrs. M. Fowlie 
(1 JL h Hannah 
Robert Frizzle 
Leander Hatfield 
Simon Fraser 
Hugh T. London 
J. A. Douglas 

.Tames McGee 
Newton Jackson 
S S. Brown 
Alex. McGibbon 
A. McKachern 
Wm. Boughner 
Robert Marks 
Miss Klla Marks 
Jas. Cosiello 
J. W.Cas>idy 
Calvin Travis 
Lem Patterson 
John R Grant 
T. B. Goulding 
Albert Bryertnn 
E. B. D. Lnfleur 
B. J. Benedict 


Burnt River 


Victoria. N R . ... 
N.Westminster B C 
Grenville, N R... 
Brant. S R 


Simon Moore 
John Fannin 
Thos. A. Kidd 

James McGill 
M. E. A. Burpee 
John Fell 
James Newcomb 
W. Murchie 
C. Iwrael Keith 
T. Thomson 
D. C. Echlin 

Pierre Potvin 1 -* 
Wm. Byrne 
W. McCullough 
Robert Staler 
John Mclntyre 
Albert J. Venn 
J H. Beaulieu 
T. W. Re bertson 
A. Smith j 
Henry Joblin 
Chas. Campbell 
Mrs. C. Murdoch 
Alex. Duncan 
W.Tetmant, jun. 
Tho-. Westcott 
James Cairns 
A. Spears, jun. 
D. Dillon 
Thomas Hall 
O Connor 
T. Lang 
William Bell 
Thos. Cransto 
John Scott 
M. M. Stewart 
Geo. Middlemas 

.T. A. Chisholra 
James Reed 
Geo. H. Cross 

S. A. Bedford 
D. H. Calhoun 

D. McLaushlan, 
John Cnhill 
John Williams 
H. J Lytle 
M. .1. Strong 
Wm. H White 
James Starrill 
John Caldwell 
Benjamin Clark 
Jamee Bryssen 
Jhn A. Cameron 
Mrs A. Cameron 
B. L. Davidson 
W. R. Ross p 
Joseph Cairns 
W. is. Archer 
James Cesar 
D. K. Campbell 
HeuryMcFarlana 
Mrs.M Kerarher 
A. Mi-Kendrick 
S. R. Lister 
Prtf-r Campbell 
II. W. Moyer 
Luke Byron 
John Larmour 
\V. J Wallace 
Robert I hillipn 
Jno. P.Cr issoian 
Win. Collins 
J. E. Lockwood 

Eli Bird all 
James Marshall 
John Switzer 
John Hughes 
. . Cannitf. ji-u. 
Sam l Allchin 
C. E. Borden 


Perth N R O 


Burrard In)t 


Britonville 




Burritt s Rapids .... 
Burtch 




Musk.ka&PS d. 
Inverness N S 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Inverness N " 
Bonaventure ... Q 
Asfeiniboia Terrify. 
York. W R 
Broekville 


Broad CoveChapel... 
Brotid Cove ( Lunen.) 
Broad Cove ( Marsh) . 


Burton 


Durham, E R.... 
Sunbnry N B 
Victoria. N R . ... 
Tlnron. K R O 






Busbfield 




Bute Megantic Q 


Brockton 
tUroc tviUe 


Rutternvt Ridge King s N B 
Buttonville York, E R 
Huxton Kent 




Perth N R 






Byng iMonck 






Byng Inlet 


MuskohaA PS d. 
ESSHX. N R. . . , O 


Brompton Falls 
Bronnon 


Richmond Q 




Hastings N R ... 


Bvrne s Road .Kine s P E I 


Sfonff- 


Haltoti 


Bvrbn 
Jable Head 


Middlesex. SR... 
King s P Kl 




Comptou ... Q 


Brooke 


Lanark, 8 R O 
Selkirk M 
Colchester ... N S 
Queen s N S 


Cache Creek 
G/cowfta 


Yale B C 
Temiscouata Q 
Durham. W R ... 
Selkirk M 




BrookfiVld 




Brookfield 


Cadurcis 


Brookfield Station 


Wehand O 


Csesarea 


Durham, W R ... 
Yale BC 
Vorth mb iTd. N B 
Brant. N R 




Grev, N R O 


Cache Creek 
Qrtin s River 


Brooklatid 


Pictou . N & 


*Bnx>klin 


Ontario, S R 


Oainsville 


Brooklyn 


King s P E I 


Caintown 


Leeds. S R 
Middlesex, W R. 
ChaNauguay . . . Q 
Wentworth. S R. 
Renfrew. 8 R .... 
Middlesex, 8 R.. 
<^trdwell..._ O 


Brook lyn 


Queen s N S 
Yarmouth N S 
Oxford N R 


Brooklyn . .. . 








Brookvale 
Brookvale 


Queen s N B 
Halifax . . N S 


Calabogie 
Calder 


Brook Village 




Caldwell 




Cumberland... N S 
Pictou .. N 8 


Caldwell 


Pontiac Q 


Brookville . . . 




Caidwell 




Carleton N B 


Caledon East . .. . 


Cardwell 


BTO&V//IU//I 


Ontario, WR 
Beauee Q 
Iteauce Q 


Gdlfdnnia 


Haldimaud 


Broutrhton 
Broughton Station . 
Broncerillf 




Gnlfdonio. Cnrntr .... 
Caledonia Mills 
Caledonia Mine* 
Ctl*donia. St.. Miry V 
,CaledonixSettlleni t. 
Culodonia Springs... 
Calvary 


Queen s N S 


Grenville, 8 R ... 
Cumberland ... N S 
Argenteuil Q 


Antigonishe... N 8 
Cape Breton ... N 3 
Guytsboro .... N 3 
Albert N B 


Brown s Brook 
Brownsburg 


Brown s Miuntain.. 
Brownsville .. . 


Antigonii-he... N S 
Norfolk. N R .... 
Huron, S R 


Prescott 


Brucefield 


Alberta Territory . 
Marquette .... M 
Westmoreland. N B 
Mu.-kuka& PS d 
Kldn. K R 




Calf Mountain .... 
^alhoun 


Brudenell ... 


Rnnfrew, S R.... 
Colchester N S 
Perth N R . ... 


Brule 


C<llender 


Brnuner 


Calton 


Brunswick 


Durham. E R .... O 


Calumet Island 
Cmuborne 


Pontiac Q 


*/?> MSS<?/S 


Huron, E R 


X.)rthnuib, W R 
Victoria. N R .... 
\rnenteuil Q 




Middlesex, K R... 
Northumberl n.NI! 
Pontiac Q 


*0(imhray 


Bryerton 


Cambria 


Brysnm, 


Cambridge 
Catnbri^ce 


Queen s N B 
Hants N S 




Kent. 


* Buckingham 


Ottawa Q 


F..J. Wilson 
T. Roulleau 
VI . McLeod 
Mrs S. Buckl3 
B H. Koley 
Timothy Germor 
Morden Fraser 
A. San born 

F. E. Mc.N ally 
D. Mclnnis 

Henry Cox 
K. W. Burgess 
J A. Darling 
John Maxwell 
Dvid F. Burk 
Alex. Brown 
John HI lues 
J. T. Bastedo 
Joseph Davison 

Alex. Donald 
.lames Cmrie 
Wm. Liwler 
W. B Fr-eborn 
TlinmiH Oliver 
John Wood 
\ngiH McLeod 
Donald McKae 

Robert Fanlknet 


Cambridge Station ... 
Camiien, Kast 


King s N S 


Bucklrtnd .... 


Bellechasse Q 
Victoria N S 


Arlington 


Bvcklaw 


Cameron 


Victoria. N R.... 
Kent 


Buckley s 


King s N S 


Bu louche 


Kent N B 


Camerontown 


Glengarry 




Renfrew. N R ... O 
Wtntworlh, N R. 
Compton Q 


Camilla 


. ardwell 
\laiquette M 
Lambton, W R... O 
Vorthnmb., E R.. 
Peel 


Bullion s Corners ... 
Bulwer 




Ciimlachif, 


Bunitiurv ... 


Prince Kdward... 
Carleton N B 


* Ca mphfJJfnrd 


Buitifr u . 




Bunes^an 
Bunvau 


Grey. S R 
Limbton, 8 R.... 
Brant, 8 R 
Oxford. S R 
Bruce, N R 
Vancouver BC 
Mwkokaft PS d. 
Peterboro , E R... O 
Peterboro , KR... 
Helton 


Campbell Settlem t 
riampbell Settlem t. 
Cainpbellton , 
^amjtltf.Uttm. 
C&mphdtfitM* 


King s N B 


York N B 


Burfnrd 
Burgessville 
Burgoyne 


Eljin. W R 
Restigouche ... N B 
(lalton O 


Bur^oyne B*v 


Campbtllvillrt 
arupden 


Maiqiiette M 
Lincoln <) 
Charlotte N B 
Russell O 


Bunk s Full-)." 


Burlei rh 


Burleigli Fills 
^B irliiitjton 


Canaan 




King s N S 


Burlington 


Prince P E 1 


Canaan Rupi ls 
Canaan Station 


Queen s N B 


Burlington 


King s N S 


Westmoreland N B 
King s N S 


Burnhrae 


Nortuunib, K R. 
Peel 
Northumb.,WR 
Perth. N R O 


Burnhamthorpe 
Burnley 




King s N S 


Canard River 
OanbnrV 


K-sex. N R 
Monck 


Burns 


Burn-He 


Mnrquette M 
Two Mountains. Q 
Pictou N 8 
Renfrew. 8 R .... O 
Northumbeil dN B 
Hants... .. N S 


Monck () 




Ca" field 


H.ildimaud 


Burncidw 
Bmnatown 
Burnt Church 
Burntcoat . 




Cannifton 
Canning 


Hastings, E R ... 
Biant, N R 
King s . .. N S 


.annina .. 



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68 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884:. 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



Gloucester N B 



*Cannington iOntario, N R 

Cannonville ; Cumberland .. N S 

Canobie 

Canso 

Canterbury 

Canterbury 

Canterbury Station . 

Cantley . 

Cauton 

Capal Aigle 

Cap Chat 

Cap des Rosters 

Cape Bald 
Cape Cove 



POSTMASTER. 



Robert Talbot 
E. D. Fullarton 
Robt. Sealey 



Quysboro N SiJames Tate 

Compton Q! Robert Clark 

York N BJC. E. Grosvenor 

i York N B William Main 

Ottawa 

Durham. E R . ... John Boyd 
Charlevoix QJMrs E. Savard 



Gaspe 

Gaspe 



Q 

Q 

Westmoreland.N B 



Gaspe . 



q 



Cape Chin j Bruce, N R 

Cape Croker I Bruce, N R 

Albert N B 



Cap de Moselle Creek 

Cape Egmont 

Cape George | Antigonishe ... 

Cape George Harbor Richmond 

Cape John j Pictou 

*CapeUon jSherbrooke 



Prince P E I 

N S 
NS 

N S 



Cape Mabon Inverness N 8 

Cape North Victoria N S 

Cape Negro Shelburne N S 

Cape Negro Island. Shelburne N S 



Cape Ozo I Gasp 



Cape Rich Grey, E R 



Cape Sable Island .. 

Cap Magdeleine 

Cap Rouge 

Cap SantS 

Cape Spear 

Cape Traverse 

Cape Wolfe , 

Cap St. Ignace , 

Capucins 

Caraquet 

Carberry 

Garden 

Cardigan Bridge . ... 

Cardigan Road 

^Cardinal 

Cargill 

Carholme 

Carillon 

Carleton 

Oarleton 

Carleton 

Carleton 

+Qirleton Place 

Carleton Station 



Shelburne N S 



Champlain 



q 



Quebec Q 

Portneuf Q 

Westmoreland N B 

Prince P E I 

Prince PET 

Montmagny Q 

Rimouski Q 

Gloucester ... N B 



Telesphore Roy 
J. A. Whalen 
Amos Burke 
James Baker 
Alex. Currie 
F. Lamorandier* 
John Wilson 
A. L. Gallant 
Robt. McDonald 
K. McKenzie 
Robert McLeod 
J. H. Edwards 
A. McQuarne 
Neil McAskil 
Samuel Swain 
R. T. Perry 
A. LeHuquet 
Wm. Cooper 
Mrs. E. Kenney 
0. Toupin 
Leon Laine 
Louis Jacques 
John McKay 
Muncey Irving 

Miss H. C. Larue 
Mrs. S. C6te 
J.G.C. Blackhal 



Marquette M H. A. Perley 

Victoria, N R . ... 

King s P E I 

King s PEI 



James MeVeau 
Dennis McQuaid 



Wm. S. Aiken 



Henry Cargill 
James Smith 



Grenville, S. R.. 
Bruce, E R 

Norfolk, .S R 

Argenteuil 

Bonaventure Qi Jean Lefebvre 

St. John N B! James R. Reed 

Prince P E I j Charles Doull 



, QjMrsMJO Fletcher 



Saskatchewan Ter. 
Lanark, S R 



L. Clark 
Pat. Struthers 



Carling I Muskoka & P S d. 

Carlingford I Perth, S R. 



Northumbarl d N B David Fountain 



Carlisle 
Carlisle 

Carlow 

Carlow 

Carlsmhe 

Carlton 

Carltou West 

Carlnke 

Carman 

Carmunnock 

Carnarvon 

Caron Brook 

arp 

Carpenter 

Carriboo Cove 

Carriboo Marsh 

Carriboo River 

Cariboo Gold Mines. 

Carroll s Corners ... 

Carrville 

Carsonby 

Carsonville 

Carswell 

Carthaae 

Carteret 

Carter s Point 

Carterton , 

Cartierville 

Cartwnght 

Cartwright 

Casault , 

Cascades 

Case Settlement 





Wentworth, N R. 



Carleton 



NB 



Huron, W R 



Robert Blair 

Mrs. R. Koella 
Alexander Shaw 
Jas. McDonagh 



Carleton N B;S. Cummins 

Bruce, ER Ernst. Seeber 

Yarmouth N S|John P. Miller 

York, W R 0! Francis Heydon 

Brant, N R Oi John B. Calder 

Marquette ..... .Mj Paul A. Gratton 

Perth, NR O 1 Thomas Moffat 

Victoria, N R .... OJEdward Sisson 

Victoria N B T. Pelletier 

Lanark, N R Thos. Brown 

Queen s N B W. Carpenter 

Richmond N S!J. Malcolm, sen. 

3ape Breton ...N S M. Ferguson 

Pictou N S John Mclver 

Halifax N S Charles Turple 

Halifax N S John Carroll 

York. W R Wm. Cook 

Carleton Benj. Eastman 

King s N B John McLeod 

Renfrew, S R .... David Carswell 

Perth. N R OiC. Schneider 

Muskoka & P Sd. 



King s NB 

Algoma 

Jacques Cartier. ... 
Durham, W R ... 

Marquette M 

Montmagny 

Ottawa Q 



J. W. Carter 
Daniel McPbail 
Chas. Lagace 
R. H. Prust 
T. S. Menary 
Joseph Ouellet 
Thomas M. Reid 



King s N B George Case 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT.! POSTMASTER. 



Cashel York, E R 

Casuion s Glen IGlengarry OJMrs. C. Cashion 

Cashmere Middlesex, W R.. George Mansfield 

Gashtown Sirneoe. N R ol Win. Cotton 

Cass Bridge Dundas Jeremiah Cass 

Cassburn Prescott R. H. Marston 

Cassel Oxford. N K OS. Robertson 

Casselman Russell 0. Quenneville 



Castile 

Castlebar 

Castlederg 

Castleford 

Castlemore 

Castleton 

Catalone 

Cataloue Gut 

Cataract 

Cataraqui 

Cathcart 

Oaughnawaga 

Causapscal 

Cavan 

Cavendish 

Cavendish Road 

*Oayuga 

Cazaville 

Cedar Camp 

Cedar Dale 

Cedar Grove 

Cedar Hill 

Cedar Hall , 

Cedar Lake 

Cedar Mills 



Renfrew, N. B .. Kdward Bennet 

Richmond Q Wm. McKeage 

Cardwell John Wallace 

Renfrew, N R . ... John Warnock 

Peel C. Lamphier 

Northumb., E R. Edward Brady 
Cape Breton ... N S John McDonald 
Cape Breton . . N S George Dickson 

Cardwell O| 

Frontenac Jos. Northmore 

Oxford, S R Alex. Kennedy 

Laprairie Q Edward Deblois 

Rimouski Q Alfred Blais 

Durham, E R. ... David Walker 

Queen s P E I A. M McNeil 

Queen s.. .....P E I G. W. McKay 

Haldimand John Cameron 

Huntingdon .... Q F. X. Costagnette 



Kings 
Ontario, S 



.NB 
R 



York, E R 

Lanark, N R 



Wm. H. Kyle 
W. Coleman 
S. Ramer 
S. Connery 



Rimouski Q Joseph Smith 

Digby N Sj Benjamin Ellis 

Cardwell . . . R ibert Robb 



Cedars jSoulanges Q T. Marcoux 



Cedarville 

Central Argyle 

Central Blissville .. 
Central Clarence . .. 
Central Cambridge. 



Grey, E R O J. F. McLachlan 



NSIA.M.VanNorden 
N B Luke E. Bailey 
N S D. Nichols 
N BiAmos Mott 
N S Francis G. Cook 



Yarmouth 

Sun bury . 

Annapolis . 

Queen s.... 
Central Chebogue ... j Yarmouth 

Centralia . . Middlesex, N R...O;Thomas Abbott 

Central Hampstead. i Queen s N B Peleg Smith 

Central Kingsclear... I York N B 

Colchester .... N S ] Wm. Kennedy 

King s N B J. W. Wiggins 

Colchester N S Jehiel Fulton 



ientral New Annan 

Central Norton , 

ientral Onslow 



Centre Augusta , Grenville, 8 R ... O A. B. Cummins 

Centreton j Northumb., W R. Mrs. T. McAulay 



Centre Village 



Westmoreland N BjWm. Read 



Centreville Aldington Oi.Iohu Hinch 

Oentremllf. iCarleton N B Ludlow B. Clark 

Centreville King s N S J. M. Roscoe 

Digby N SO. H. Denton 

Leeds, S R o! Jas. W. Simmons 



Centreville 
naffev s Locks , 



balk River ! Renfrew, N R.... OlWrn. Fields 

Chambers ... . . I Lennox i W. J. Chambers 



harabers Settlem t 

3hambly Basin 

*Chambly Canton ... 

Jhambord 

3hamplain 

Chance Harbour 

ihance Harbour. . . . 

jhandos 

Chaonay 

3hantelle 

3hantry 

Dhapeau 

Chapman 

/hupman 

Chapman Settlement 

Chard 

Charing Cross 

Charlemagne 

Charliuch 

Charrington 

Charlesbourg 

Charleston 

Charleston 

Oharleville 

Charlos Cove 

Charlo Station . . . . 

Ctiarlatte.town 

Chartierville 

Chatboro 

vhateauguay 

Chateauguay Basin. 



Kings NB Philip McManus 

Charnbly Q! George May rand 

Chambly Q John Hackett 

Chifoutimi Qi Job Bilodeau 

Champlain Q N. Hardy 

St. John N B! James Boyle 

Pictou N S|D Cameron 

Peterboro , E R... o| Billings Kilburn 

Beauce Q K. Becijiueul 

Montcalm Q Arsene Morin 

Leeds, S R Oi Samuel Chant 

Poiitiac Qi Patrick Lynch 

Hastings, E R ... Ol 
Westmoreland N B B. Chapman 
Cumberland.. NS 

Prescott OiWm.J. Brown 

Kent John Hunter 

L Assomption.... Q A. Desparais 
Muskoka & P S d W. Hoperaft 

Compton Q Levi Lindsay 

Quebec Q 

Leeds, S R P. F. Green 

Carleton N B John Lipsett 

ulrenville, S R.... Rufus S Throop 

.Guysboro N S Henry Deloray 

j Restigouche . . N B James Reid 

Queen s P E I A. A. Macdonald 

Compton Q A Daigneault 



Artrentenil. 

Chateauguay 

Chateauguay 



. Q Wm. Douglas 
Q N. R. Laberge 
Q Robert Lang 



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1884:.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 










Addington 01 James Lockhart 


Chater 


Selkirk M 


Philip Dickson 


Clarke 


Durham, W R ... John Mnrphy 




Kent 


S. Barfoot 


Clarke s Harbour ... 


Shelburne N S J. L. Nickerson 




Northumb rl d N B 


T. Vondy, jun. 


CtctTksbwg 


Grey, E R Walter Hunter 


Chatillon 






Clark s Corners 


Queen s N B fly. F. filark 




Grey, N R O 


James W. Elliott 


Clarkson 


Peel OiW. W. Clarkson 




Levis Q 






Peel David Graham 


Chaudiere Mills 


Levis Q 


Antoine Lemieux 


Claverin" 


Grey, N R 0!M. D. Devitt 










Lanaik, N R 00. Banning, jun. 




Haldimand 


Mich. Atkinson 




Norfolk, S R Geo. W. Smith 




Yarmouth . . . .N S 


Wilson Haley 


Clear Spriog . 


King s P E I JL. McDonald 




Peterboro , E R. . 


Benjamin Wood.- 


Clear Springs 


Provencher .... M Alex. McCaskill 




Yarmouth N S 


Nelson Corning 


Ciearwater 


Marquette M Kobt. Rogers 


Chelmsford 


Northumberl d.X H 


James O Nfeill 


*ClearviUr 


Elgin, W R Henry Watson 


*Chelse,a 




H. B. Prentiss 


Clementsport 


Annapolis .... N S James P. Roop 




Lunenburg ... N S 


H Kedy 


Clements vale 


Annapolis .... N S Mrs. J. Sandford 




Peel 






Prince P E I T. Driscoll 


Chemainus 


Vancouver. B C 


Mrs. I. J. Askew 


Clevelands 


Simcoe, E R , Charles J. Minett 




Albert N B 


W. Hunt 


*Clifford 


Wellington. N R. K. McL. Walton 


Cheuiin Tacbe 


Tt-miscouata . . . . Q 


0. Tremblay 


Clifton 


Gloucester. ... N B R. W. Knowles 


Chepstow 


King s P E I 


Daniel Nolan 




Kimr a N B T. B.Whelpley 


Chepstowe 


liruce, ER 


M. McXab 


Clifton 


Colchester.... N Si James Davis 




King s P E I 




Clifton House (sub) 


Welland J. Shears 


Cherry Grove 


Middlesex, E R . ( > 


Wm. McKone 


Clinch s Mills 


St. John N B C. F. Clinch. 




Sherbrooke Q 


R. A Buzzell 


Clinton. 


Cariboo B C John A. McKay 


Cherry Vale 


Queens N B 


Allen McDonald 


Clinton 


Huron, S R. O Thomas Fail- 




Prince Edward 


Win Kenny 


Clones 


Queen s N B S. Corbett 


Cherry Valley .... 


Queen s P E 1 


M . Mrtcdouald 


Clontarf 


Renfrew, S R . ... 0: J. R. Me Donald 




Ontario W R.... 


Charles Putty 


Clover Hill . . 


Simcoe, S R T. M. Banting 




Bruce, N R . 


D. McN Hallidaj 


Clover Hill 


King s K B J. Jamieson 


Chesley s Corners . . 


Lunenbur" ... N S 


Xel&on Chesley 


Clovne 


Addington OlBibins Clark 


Chester 


Arthabaska Q 


Thomas Booth 


Clyde 


Wentworth, N R. 


C/iestfr 


Lunenbur ir ... N S 


Victoria Church 


Ch/d?, River 


Shelburne N S George Thomson 


Chester 


Carleton N B 


1 T. Kstabrooks 


Clydesdale 


PC terboro , E R. Hugh Caldwell 


Chester Basin 


Lunenburg ... N S 


Josh. Kisenhaur 


Clyde Station 


Queen s P E ll Kdmund Crabbe 


Chesterfield 


Brant, N R . O 


Wm. Brown 


Coal Branch Station 


Kent X B John Swift 


Chester Gram 


Lunenburg N S 


John Honnigar 


Coal Creek 


Queen s N B 


*0tteste.rville 


Duudas 


C. Casselman 


Coal Mines 


Queen s X B James Brown 


Cheticatnp . . 


Inverness . N S 


Kd. Briard 


Coatps Mills 


Kent X B Thomas Coatea 


Chevalier 


Essex, N R 


H. R Marion 


* Owzticnftl 


Stanstead Q S. J. Henderson 




Hants N S 


Win. Glenn 


Cobble Hill 


Oxford, X R Aaron F. Adams 


Cheviot 


Bruce, E K 


Andw. McLean 


C^hoconk 


Victoria, N R ... . O Mrs. N. LeRoy 


Chichester 


Pontiac Q 


Horace Landon 


Cobclen 


Renfrew, N R.... 0-)ohn Delahey 


Chicoufimi .... 


Chicoutiuii . Q 


T Hoili. 




Xorthumb., W R C) Wm. Sykes 


Chignecto 


Cumberland... .N S 


\. H, Leadbft*"ter 


Cocaine 


Kent X B James Lucas 


ChilHwuck 


N Westminster B ( " 


J K Ashwell 




Kent X B T M. Gogiien 


Chimney Corner ... 
Chipnian 


Inverness N S 
Queen s N B 


Hector McKay 
Mrn. 8 C Salmon 


Cochran s Lake 


Cape Breton... N S Win. McDonald 
Algoma O ,4 


Chipiium s Brook ... 


Kind s N S 


I. .1. Whwaton 


C-idrini ton 


Northumb.,E R...O W. II. McArthur 


Chipman s Corners 


King s N S 


John R.ChipmaL 


Cody s 


Queen s N BIG. F. Cody 


*6hipp iuj(i ... 


Wei land 


Thos. Macklem 




Hants X S Charles Thomas 


Chippawa Hill . 


Bruce, N. R . . 


I inmiuinl Gaukel 


Colbeck 


Wellington, X R. Edward Colbeck 


Chiselhnrst 


Huron, S R 


I N. MiiTaggart 




Northumb., E R. C. R. Ford 


Chisholm 


Prince Kdward... 


lames K. Huff 


Colchester 


Essex, S. R Joseph Boring 


Chlorydormes 


Gaspe . . Q 


P C. Belan"r 


Cold Brook Station 


King s N S Henry Porter 


Christie s Corners ... 


Leeds* .renXRO 


lacob Van Allen 




Xorthumb.. W R. D. Mdntosb 


Chrisnaa 


Middlesex, S R .. 


J. McKenzie 


Ooldstroom . > 


Middlesex. S H... Jacob Marsh 


Cltristinas Island 


Cape Breton ... N S 


I. .NloDon^all 


(Joldstreain 


Carleton X B Chas. B. Snow 


Churchill 


Simcoe, t R 


James Sloaue 


Coldotr^am 


Colchester.. X S Cl. A. Cochran 


Church Hill 


Albert N B 


Vlex Bayley 


Colvlstroaiii Kast 


Cw.-leton... . X B It Kent 


Church Over 


Shelburne \ S 


Jrtneph Walters 




Simcoe. E R S. Drew Eplet 


Church Point 


Nor thumberl d N B 


lohn UudlesoD 


Golebrook 


Addington Charles Warner 


Church street 


Kiu" s N S 


MI--J S Itilliatt 


Cole Hai bour 


Guvsboro . X S G D. Jamison 


Churchville 


I nel . 


1\ A. fcVvarty 


Coie Lake 


Addington.. .. Wui. Keats 


Churchville 


Pictou N S 


John Vic \lillan 




Pe-i Thos. St. John 


Chute a Blondeau... 


l j resmtt <> 


las. McAllifTcr 


Coleraiue Statioo ... I 


Me;"Hntic Q J. lloberge 


Chute aux Iroquois. 


Ottawa Q 


Charles Renaud 


Ooln s Corners 


LHiubtou. WR... n W. Cole 


Clachau 


Klgin. W K 


Mi -i ,M Cairns 


a island 


Queen s \" B 


Clairvaux (sub) 


Charlevoix Q 


14 Larouche 


Cul-nso 


GPIV, K 11 George Bishop 


Glim Harbour 


Halifax \ ,-, 


rii.m. Sr.c.ddart 


Co inville 


Laiiiblon . O John Butler 


Clsnbrassil 


Haldiruaud 


Ms. .1 Co^sar 


Ooltcan 


Simcoe, S R .. John Colgan 


GLandeboye 


Lii . ar M 


Mr.-.M M.Mucklv 


Coiififid . 




Clandf.ljiii/e 


Middlesex. N R O 


1) shoff 


Collina 


Kiu" i XB James M Gibbon 


Claoricarde 


Peterboro K R 1 1 






Simcoe X R W B Hamilton 


Olanwilliam 


Selkirk M 


i eter McOuddie 


*>! liu s \ji\\ . 




Olapham 


Megantic Q 






\lgoma 01J T Pinch 


Clappison 


W^ntworth. N K.O 


II (Mappison 


CoLptnPt Ray 


Bruce X R Wm D Bell 


Clartmont 


Ontario. W R .... u 


i. M.-M. McXab 


Colquhoun . . 




Claremont 


Cumberland... N S 


Mrs. C. 4. Black 




^itario S R Robert Ashton 


Clarence 


Russell .. 11 


i hcui;i~" \Vilaon 


Col well 


Simcoe, N. R W. W. Colwell 


Clarence 


X imap ilis . . N S 


S \. .lackson 




Victoria ... . B C \rthur Pratt 


Clarence Creek ... . 


Russell 


I . Perriu 




Essex N R... . D McAlister 


Clarenceville 


Mis>isqiioi Q 


A H. Derrick 






Clarendon Front ... 


IViitiHC Q 






Essex S R O D i^raveline 


Clarendon 


Charlotte N B 


John Scott 




Digby X S \ F Comeau 


Clarendon Stati /.i... 


Addington 


:, \Vatkins 


1 riiinerci 1 Cross 


Kin - r a P B I D O Cameron 


Clarendon Station... 


Queen s .N B 


T. B. Roberts 


Commanda .. 


Muskoka 4 P S d. O Thomas Carr 



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[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTR CT. j P08TMA8TEH. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL I)IS RICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Vaudreuil Q John Hodgson 




Leeds S R 


Pett-r Jones 
0. B Wad man 
Hector McKae 
Emerson Taylor 
Jacob Eilber 

John Magee 
Alex. Gillespie 
>I. Cavauagh 

D. Mclntyre 
Wm. Hassey 

M. Williams 
Jacob Frey 
Henry Cn/asland 
John t raser 
Kiutmau Sweet 
.lense Anderson 
Jno. McPherson 
Alexander Hill 
LfcVi Philips 
Mrs. L Crowell 
Al-x. Crowe 
A. F. Ehler 
L. Boardman 
Thomas Dmry 
J. M. Williams 
J. Cruirkshank 
A. B. Campbell 
J. R. Crvder 




Vancouver B C W. M Dingwall 
Coinpton Q B. F. Harvey 


Crapaud 


Queen s P E 1 
Grey S R 






Brant, S R John Atkinson 
York, W R Henry McElroy 


Orrdit 


Peel 




Crediton 


Middlesex, N R. O 
Selkirk M 
Wellington. C R.. 
Simcoe N R 


Condon Settlement.. 
Contstogo 


King s N S Wm. Sanf>rd 


Creeford 
Creek Bank 


Waterloo, N R ... Philip Dcher 
Wellington, S R.. John W. Burt 
Wellington, N R. 0| 
l uiniHs . Patrick Jordan 




Conn 


Creighton 


fitucoe, K R 
Prince Edward... 
Victoria, SR 
Wellington, S R . 
Elgin, W R <> 
Ontario, N" R 


ConnHU ^ht 




Connell 


Ciirleton N B 
I!HI uwell ... ... Robert Lee 




Connor 


Crieff 


Conns Mills 
Conquerall Bank 
Conquerall Mills 
Conroy 


Cumberland... N S A. McPherson 
Lunenburg.... N S James Kizen 
Umeuburg N S Asaph Viuot 
Perth, S K 0| Peter Smith 
Prince Edward... J. A. Johnson 
Huron. S R ()| James Stanley 
Vercheres Q J Duhamel 


Crinan 


Oripplegate 




Prince Kdward... 
Perth. S R ... 




Crossbill 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Simcoe, N B. O 
Bonaventure Q 


Constance 


Cropland 






Conway 
Cook s Brook 


Lmnox Wm. T. Ham 
Halifax X S Mrs M. Mitchel 


Gross R ls., Oy. Har. 
Cross Rds., M. Mel d 
Cross Roads, Ohio ... 
Cross Rds..8t.G.Chl. 


Guysborough. N S 
Quysborough. N 
Autigonishe... N S 
Richmond N S 


Cook s Cove 


Guynborough...N S Charles Taylor 
I.isgar M 
Coinpton Q S J Osgoode 


Cook s Creek 


Boihwell 
Shelburne N S 
Colchester N B 
Quysborough. N S 
Wetland 


*Ci>okstown 




Crowell 




Pel T G Goulding 


Crowds Mills 


Cookville 


Westmoreland,N B Win. II. Cook 
Hastings, N R ... J. Allen 
Ontario. N R 
Kigin, E R.. . G A Wannacott 


Cooper 




Cooper s Falls 


Crown Hill 


Simcoe, E R 






Aduington 




Wentworth, N R. C. W. Howell 
Umbtou, K R.... N. Henriod 
Di^by NS A Melaim-on 


Cniickshank 
Cruniliu 


c!r-y. N R O 
Middlesex, ER... 








Corbettou 
Corbett 


Grev, E R James Corbett 
Middlesex, NR... John Corbtt 
Huntingdon Q Albert Denault 
Hastings, K. R.. W Bennett 
KI< in, K R Wm. Moore 


Cr\stal City 


Murquette .... M 
Dorchester Q 


liobert Rollins 
S. Armstrong 
Andrew Smart 
Oavid Post 
Edward Tanf-ley 
Wm. Wilion 
Mrs. Branscomb* 
T. J. Taylor 
Wm. Smith 
Mrs. Cummlngg 
0. S. Fotiutain 

John Anderson 
Philippe Gareaa 
W. D. Smith 
Joseph Curry 
J. W. Beaumont 
Jas. B. Gushing 
B Wickett 
Alfred Morrow 
T. Heasman 
Peter McArthur 
H. A. Johnson 
C. W. Sanders 
Mrs. M.Mdntosh 
Kdmui.d Fritz 
W. Rons 
M. Veireault 
Wm. Robertson 
Leonard Weed 
J. Ferguson, jun. 
W. Ivory 
t homas Milbee 
John Bresuahan 
Wm. Duff 
Henry Ileney 

Isaac Smith 
Jas. W. Green 
I. W. Stock well 

T. K. Mahafly 
T. W. Me Bain 
H. Robinns 
Alex. McKay 
Edward Hall 
W. D Bailey 
John Gardiner 
1. E Lead ley 
Noih Fried 
Jos. D. Morin 
Joseph Green 
L. W. Coldwell 
John Davis 


Cultiutf 


Corbin 


Culloden 


Norfolk, N R o 
Digby N S 






Corinth 


Gultua 


Norfolk, S R ... 
Russell 


Cork Station 


York N B John Sullivan 


Cumberland 


Cornell 


Oxford, S R OS. P. Cornell 
Gaspe Q | John F. Mabe 
King s N B Kben. Stockton 


Cumberland Bay. ... 
Cumberland Mills... 
Cumberland Point. 
Gumming*! Bridge.. 
Cumining s Cove ... 




Corner of the Beach. 
Corn Hill 




Queen s N B 
Kussill 
Charlotte N B 
Halton 


^Cornwall 


Cornwall G. McDonnell 


Cornwall Centre 
Cornwall 


Cornwall R. R. Anderson 


Queen s P K I Hannah Walsh 


Corraville 


Kinirs P E I Kdward Sharkey 


Cumnock 


Wellington, R. 
Prescott 




Lambton, W R... R. J. Miller 
Wellington, S R. D. Campbell 
Victoria N 13 W Bowmaster 






Cnrrie N Crossing ... 
Curry Hill 


Oxford, S R 


Costigsn 


Glengarry 


CSteau du Lac . . 






Albert N B 


CSte&u Landing 


Sonlanges .. Q.A B Prieur 




Argenteuil Q 


CSteau Station 
Cote des Neiges 
Cote St. Autoine .... 
Cote St Michel 
C6te St. Paul 


Sonlanges ... Q Rodger Duckett 




Muskoka & P 3d. 
Renfrew, S R . ... 
Durham, E R .... 
Argenteuil Q 
Restigonche ... N B 
King s N S 
Glengarry 






Hochelaga Q J. A. Martin 
Hochelaga.. .. Q Luc Tasse 


Dale 






Dalhousie 


Cote St. Louis 


H .ch-laga . Q Mat loire Holte 


Dalhou&ie, East 
Dalhousie Mills 
Dalhotisie Koad 
Dalhousie Settlem t. 


Cote Visitation 
Cotswold 


Hochelaga .. . Q P. Vermette 


Wellington, N R. 
Essex. S R O W. E. Wagstaff 
Northumberl d.NB Peter Coughlan 
Simcoe E R Wm Walker 


Lunenburg. ... N S 
Pictou N S 


Cottam 
Coughlau 


Kimonski ......... Q 
Glonuarry O 




Dalkeith 




Queen s P E T John W. Hughes 
Norfolk, N R H. Wilkinson 
Durham, W R ... C. W. Lent 
Lambton, W R... Wm. A Cathcart 
Queen s P E I Daniel Rpardon 
Cardwell . O T Swinarton 


Dalling 


Shefford Q 
Russell 








Viet >ria, N R .... 
Simcoe, N R 






Covehead Road 


Damascus 


Wellington, N R 
Drumuiond Q 


Dauhy 




Alhurr V H Din-ill SniiM. 






Coverle.v iGrey. SR James Grant 
Covey Hill Huntingdon Q Wm Orr 


Danforth 


York, ER 
Queen s N B 


Cowal Elgin, W R J. McDoiigall 


Dante . 


Buthwtll O 




Richmond Q 




Cape Breton... N S R McKenzie 
Vancouver B C J. Kinnear 
Caps; Breton... N S P. T. Clarke 

Qn^nn tt V P f! T TTarricnn 


D \rcy 


Frontenac . 




Darliogford . .. 


Marquette M 
Queen s PE I 
M.innb... n 




Darlington 


COX M Point 


Datliiii? Koad 




Daruley Prince PEI 
Darrell "Bothwnli O 


Craigleith Ornv. R R ... n U.v Flfimlni. 


Craigxholme 
Craig Koad Station.. 
Craigvale 


Wellington, C R. George McKenzie 
Levis Q N. Fournier 
Sinicoe, S R O R. G. MiCraw 
Middlesex, E R.. Alex. Fleming 
Dorchester. Q P Coleran 


Dartford 


Nortbumb., E R. 
Victoria, N K . ... 

IIlifav ... .. N S 


Dartmoor 




Dashwood Huron SR O 


Cranbourne 


D Auteuil 


Arthahaska .... Q 
York. WR M 
King s N S 


Cranbrook 


Huron, K R Alex. McXair 
Haldimand 0. James King 
Inverness..., .. N SlJohu Crauton. si 


Davenport 
Davison Street 
Davisville . 


Crauton Section . . 


York. E R O 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



71 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER 


POST oeviGE. 


ELtUTORAL DISTR1CI. 


POSTMASTER. 


D&wn Mills . .. 




W. A Ward 


Donegal 


Perth, N R 


William Aldied 




Russell 


John Mcfcivoy 




King s N B 


George Adair 


Dawson Settleineut. 


Albert N B 


Enoch Dawson 


Doon 


Waterloo, S R ... 


Thomas Slee 


Day Mills . . 




Wm Harris 


Dorchester 


Westmoreland N B 


S. W. liuuley 




Renfrew, N R. ... 


Jaines Paul 


Dorchester Crossing 


West moi eland. N B 


P. L Belliveau 




Kent 


Isaac Lambert 


Dorchester Station... 


Middlesex, E R... 


William Scott 




Uilitax . N S 


Uli^rles Dean 


Dorking 


Wellington, C R. 


D. McKenzie 






A lH.ara Tait 


Dorn .ch 


Urey, N R 


Philip Melntorti 


D& Bee 


Carleton N U 




Dorset 


Ontario, N R 


fl. Parkinson 








Djrl.md 




R. Doiland 




\lonck . .( ) 


D. P Fo?ter 


Dorval 


Jacques-Cirtier . Q 


D. Descary 




Vluskoka & P Sd 


Jas M Bat her 




Rerjfrew, N R.... 


John Stewart 




BTUCH K R 


Bernard Reeland 




York N B 


Kdward Dunphy 






G Purdy 




An^i- onirthe. . .N S 


Jno. McUillivray 




Aldington U 


John Warren 


Doutclasfi Id 


Sorthuiuberl d NB 


J. Baldwin 






R N Crosby 


Douglas Harbour.... 


Queen s N B 


Mrs E. B.ilmain 


Daei hurst 


York. \ R 
Peterboro E R 


v[. Kneesham 


Uouulns Station 


ielkirk >1 
i^aspe ^ Q 


W. J. Mathers 
Samuel A. Veit 


D .iQ T park 


York E R 


Ed B. SwetmaD 


Douglastown 


Northumb N B 


Wm. Russell, jun. 






John Mo wat 


Dover 


Westmoreland N B 


Wm. Steeves 




King s P E 1 






Kent 


Alexis Robert 




Middlesex S R 


iobert B idkia 


Dover West 


Halifax N 8 


Wm Baker 


Delhaveu 


Kind s N S 


Klijih C. West 


Downeyville 


Victoria, S R 


M. Tracey 


Dflfn .. 


Norfolk N R O 


Jas. Whitesides 




King s K B 


Jacob Downey 


Delorainy . .... ... 




jr. F. Nexvcoiube 


Downsview 


York. WR (j 


Kobert Clarke 




Hustings K R 


J Vizird 


Doyle 


Pontiric . . . Q 


Micha-1 Doyle 




Xorf .Ik. N R .... U 


C. C. Wileox 


Doyle Settlement ... 


Rstigouche ... N B 


Patrick Doyle 


Delta.... 


Leeds S R d 


John E. Brown. 




Wellington, C R. 


lohn Young 






jieorgw duiiiiing 




Wellington, C It.. 


Martin Schneider 






\ndew Lee 




Bothwell 


C. P. Watson 






Samuel Lane 


Drew 


Wellington, N R. 


Wm. Card well 


Denfield 


Middlesex E R 


John Kdwards 




ilivy S R 


Alex. Taylor 






Jos R Denison 




Queen s P E T 


P. McCabe 






John Gillies 




Durham. K R .... 






Hants N S 


R. T. Densmore 




Hi-ant. N R 


Jos. L. Burzess 


Denville 


Muskoka & P Sd 


John v ichols 


* Drummondvilk, E. 


Drummond Q 


Cbas. H. Millar 




Juliette Q 


Lewis Boddy 




Halton 


T. H Patterson 




Oxford S R 


It. G. Bigham 


Drjnoch. 


Yale&K.)otenay BC 


H. A. McUod 


Derrynane 


Wellington N K 


Wm. Hayes 




Huron, S R 


Kobt. Drysdale 


Derry, VVest 


Peel 
Ontario N R 


Thomas Alein 


[)iiart 
Dublin 


Klgin, W R 
Perth. S R 


James Tait 
G. J. Kidd 


Derwewfc ... 


Middlesex E R 


Ornorge Jeffrey 


Dublin Shore 


Lunenburg ... N S 


Thos. Smith 


De Sable 


Queen s P E I 


fohn Dixon 


Duck and Pringle ... 


Yale BC 


Jacob Duck 




Grey N R 


\. Heuty, jun. 




Ottawa Q 


A. F. Duclos 


Dtxcha, mbautt . 


Portneuf Q 


A. D. Hainlin 


Dudswell Centre ... 


Wolfe Q 


7-erah Evans 


Desert 


Algoma 


Joseph Aldttrson 


Dufferin Bridge 


Muskoka&PS d. o 


Richard Irwln 


J)estmnto 


Hustings, E R 


JiiiueN Bowen 


Dtifresne Mills 


Bagot Q 


J. O. J. Dufresne 




Addiugcon o 


Win. Snook 


Dumbarton Station. 


Ch.irlotte N B 


Mrs. L. Irvin 


Desford . . . 


Selkirk M 


l"jr>kine Nicoll 




Bruce, W R 


McFarlane 






A, Bloudeau 




York N B 


Wm. Whitt-head 






Wm Irvine 




Argenteuil Q 


Samuel Smith 


Dfux Rivieres 


Dist of Vipissin 01 


Phos. L -gge 




Dundas 


C. W. Ca>Felman 


Devizes 


Middlesex K R " 


M. Murray 


Dunbarton 


Ontario, W R ... 


John Parker 






lames Hilid%y 






Kdward Lee 


Dexter 


Kl"in E K 


Nelson Parker 


Dunuoyne 


Elgin. ER 


Jos. Norman 


Diamond 


Lanark, N R 


R. Walker, senr 


Duncan 


Grey, E R 


A. McKeown 


Dickens 


Leeds, 8 R 


L. N. Phelps 


Duncan 


Lunenburg N S 


Mrs. C. Duncan 




Russell O 


Bdmond Wood 




Muskoka& PS d. 


George Kelcey 






David Ransom 


Duncrief 


Middlesex, S R.. 




Digky 


Digby . O 


Geo. R. Barton 


*Dundatk Station ... 


Grey, E R 


J. J. Middleton 






Kdward M. Mar 




Wentworth, N R. 


J. McQueen, jun. 


Din^wall .. 


Victoria .. N S 


R D. Campbell 




Kind s P E r 


S. McDonald 




3t John N B 


Vliss D Beluiore 




Huntingdon Q 


David Baker 


Dirleton 




J Druiniuond 




Kestigouche ... N B 


D. McDonald 


Discouse 




David ({ruchv 




Linear .... M 




D* turaeli 


Wolfe Q 


J K Rheault 




Richmond N S 


D. G. Andrews 


Dixie 


Peel 


A. E. Tolman 






J. E. Tuttle 


Dixson 




Miss M. Di.xson 




Northumb., E R.. 


H. Chesterfield 


Dixon s Corners 




Wm Wood 




Simcoe, N R 


James Strachan 


Dixon s Point .. 


Kent N H 


Jcincpb Elliott 




Huron. N R 


J. H. Roberts 


DUville 


S anstead . Q 


0. Baldwin 




Westmoreland N B 


Edward Toole 


Doiktown . ... 


N lrthumhHrl d ^ B 


[Iwnrv Swim 




Missisquoi Q 


George D. Baker 




Brucf N R 


Mrs. R. Dobbin 




Bruce E R 


J. B Tscheirhart 


Doctor * Brook 


Antigonishe .N S 






Huron, C R 


Anthony Allen 


Doc or s Cove . . , 


ShrUmrne N S 


Herman Kenney 




Antigonishe N S 


McGillivray 


Doe hnke 


Muskokn & PSd 


1). Christie 


Ltunv&qan 


GU ii"arry 


W Urquhart 


Dog Creek 


I Card boo Lilloet BO 


W. H Wri ht 




Monck 


Thos. Armour 


D Uerty 


Siinbury M B 


D.iniel Duff/ 


Dunphy 


Northumb N B 


George Dunphy 


Doherty s Mil s 


KnMt \ I! 


E. (}. C >rmirfr 




Pontiac Q 


John Letts 


Doherty Creek 
Dollar 


: Inmberlind. . N S 
York. E R 


NfcUon Piers 


Dunrobin 
Dunsford 


Ctrleton 
Victoria. S R . 


H. Yoiinghusb d 
Wm Graham 


D >miinede U^ntilly 


Vicolet Q 


D. Beauhene 




Simcoe N R. ... 


James Kunsell 


Dominion t ity 
D xninionville 


Pr.iVHiicher M 
Gletiff irrv O 


D. McKercher 
0. R. Campbell 


Dtipey s Corner 
* Durham 


Westmoreland. N B 
Grey, S R . . 


F. J. Hebart 
Archd McKenzi* 


D Kuville 
Don 


GrenvilK S R ... 
j Yirk, K R 


Stephen Btrt.nn 
Miss Agnes HogJl 


Durham 


Piotou N S 
Elgin. W R 


A. Cameron 
Arch. J. Leitch 


Doncaster 


lYork. K R 


James Youai; 


Dutch Settlement.... 


Halitax NS 


J. R. Andrews 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 

Dwight.. "TT..... 77 

Dyer s Bay 

DwyerHill 

Dynevor 

Eagle 

Eagle Lake 

Baling 

Earner s Corners . .. 

.Eardley 

Earltown 

East Angus 

Eaat Arthabaska ... 

East Baltic , 

East Bay 

East Bay, N. Side .., 

EastBolton , 

East Broughton 

East Chebozue 

East Chezzetcook ... 

East Clifton 

East Dover 

East Dudswell 

East Dunham 

East Earltown 

Eastern Harbour ... 

East Farnhan 

East Folly Mountain 
East Hall s Har.Rd. 

East Hereford 

East Jeddore 

East Linton 

East Magdala .! 

East Margaree 

Eastman 

Eastman s Springs . 
East Mines Station. 
East New Annan . 
Easton s Corners . ... 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



Hu*koka &, P S d. 

Bruce, N R 

Carleton 



Lisgar 
Elgin, W R 



Peterboro , E R... 
Middlesex, E R... 

Cornwall 

Ottawa 

Colchester X 

Compton 

Arthabaska 

King s P E 

Cape Breton... N 
Cape Breton... X 

Brome 

Beauce 

Yarmouth N 

Halifax N 

Compton 

Halifax N 

Wolfe i 

Missisquoi i 

(Colchester N 

I Inverness N 

Brome ( 

Colchester X , 

King s X i 

Compton ( 

Halifax X i 

Grey. N R ( 

Megaotic C 

Inverness N 

Brome Q 

Russell C 

Colchester X S 

Colchester NS 

Grenville, X R... 



POSTMASTER. 



East Point living s P E I 

East Port Medway . [Queen s N S 

East River Lunenburg ....X 

East River, St.Mary s! Pictou _X 

East Riv Sheet Har. Halifax . . N 



King s X B 

Lisgar M 



Eas t Scotch Sett. 

East Selkirk 

E side Marg ree Har. ( Inverness . .. . .. .^ S 

E side Pub. Harbour Yarmouth X S 

E side Ragged Isla d" Shelburne X _ 

East Ternpleton |0tta\va Q 

Eastville (Colchester \ S 

East Wentworth ... Cumberland., .. N S 

East Williamsburgh Duudas 

Eastwood Oxford, S R 

Eaton Compton Q 

Echo Place Br^nt, X R 

Echo River lAlgorua 

Echo Vale iCompton Q 

Economy [Colchester X 8 

Ecum Secutn Guysboroutrh . X S 

Eddystoue :Northumb., W H 

Eden : Elgin. E R., 

Eden jMarquette M 

Eden Dale Argenteuil Q 

TMpii am i Bruce. E R 



Eden Grove 

Eden Mills 

Edgar 

Edge Hill 

Edgeley 

Edgett s Landing . 
Edgeworth 



E. J. Gooldie 
Alex. T. Simpson 

Rev. A. Cowley 
P. J- Lindermann 
Chas. Wensley 
Walter Andrew 
Mrs.M. McDonald 
W. H. McLean 
Chas. L. Marsh 
A. Ayerst 
Hector Poisson 
James Moran 
Hugh McDonald 
J. P. McKinnon 
Alvin Wadleigh 
Louis Beaudoin 
Israel Hersey 
James Smith 
Hollis A. Cairn 
Martin Fader 
H. R. Bishop 
Orlin Wales 
Robert Muuro 
W. Lawrence 
itod. Hutchins 
Geo. Slack 
} R. Roscoe 
J. Lefebvre 
larris Arnold 
fas. McKenzie 
Vin. J. Smyth 
r oseph Le Blanc 
"hos. Perdue 
). H. Eastman 
G. Taylor 
"1. W. Nelson 
!. H. Tallman 
as. Beaton, jr 
:. M. Hatt 
Irs. Geo. Moland 
feo. Campbell 
. F. McKeuzie 
ohn King 
Vm. Brown 
L D. McLellan 
lyron Hines 
eorge Craig 
evi E.Dunuint 
ames R. Ellis 
G. Whidden 
E. Summers 
oseph Edmonds 
.. Letourueau 
eo. VVestbrook 
lex. Findlay 
obert McLeod 
". A. Fulmer 
. Mclntosh 
. Bradley 
. S StiUwell 
ohn Honeyman 
rs. H. Burch 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. , POSTMASTER. 

EgmontBay ...~. Prince ...7.....P E TB. E. GallanF 

Egremont Grey. S R Thomas Clark 

EgJPte Shefford Q Vital Laperche 

^ lba Caidwell Chas. Smith 

Elcho i Monck i 

KWer Cardwell 00. Conn 

Eider s Mills York, W R David Elder 

Eldon Station ; Victoria, X R.... J. McArthur 

Eldorado Hastings, N R ... J. McClintock 

lford Essex. S R i Isaac Elford 

Mfnda Wentworth, S R. H. Swayze 

E1 ^in ~. ! Leeds. S R OP. Pennock 

E1 S in .Pictou NS Wm. Chisholm 

EI !J in Albert N B;R. D. Robinson 

Eigmburg Frontenac OiMrs. M.Meecham 

Elginfleld Middlesex, E R... Matthew Glass 

JO.l (*i-r I^noj-1 T JT 1 _i r\ 



Elgin Road L Islet 

EMa (York. WR 

Elimville Perth. S R 

Elizabeth ville 

Ellaton 

Ellengowan 



Durham. E R.... 
Xorfolk,NR 



Oi James C. Ross 
Henry Smith 



Robert Glass 
Ed. Robins 



Bruce, E R David Hopper 

Bllershouse JHants N S! James Johnson 

Bllesmere jYork. E R nl 

BUtett i Lanark, SR. 

Elliott s Mills Queen s 

Elliott Vale (Kings.... 



W. McLellan 
P E I George Ellis 
P E I John Edmonds 

[Leeds. S R O R. Elliott 

Elm i Lanark, N R O Mrs. N, Smith 

Elmbank lp ee l 0| Wm. McKay 

Elmgrove :Simcoe, S R OiAlex. Kennedy 

Elmhurst IKing s N BiE. J. Peters 

E/mira .Waterloo, N R... OiPeter Winger 



?. Piukerton 
. Wellington, S R.. 

. ISimcoe, R R lex. Miller 

!Grey, S R James Edge 

. : York, W R H. Shunk 

, | Albert N BjWard Eclgett 

. Kent 0:James Waddell 

Edgington iMuskoka& PS d. O John Edgiugton 

Edina Argenteuil QiJoseph Toiualty 

Edmonton [Peel Robt Campbell 

Edmonton Alberta Territory . H. Hardisty 



Edmundston [Victoria ,\ B 

Edwardsville [Wellington, X R. 

Eel Brook .Yarmouth X S 

Eel Creek I Cumberland ... X S 

Yarmouth X S 



Eel Lake 
Eel River 

EffinL liam 



Frank Harte 
Wm. Edwards 
Peter Surette 

Leon Porter 



Restisrouche ... X B Wm. Craig 

., Monck George Redpath 

Eganville Renfrew. S R .... 1 hos. Quealy 

Egbert Simcop. S R 0[J. B. Bruce 

Egerton Wellington, N R. James Hunter 

Egt r l-!and iSaguenay ... Q, Paul Cote 

Eglington iYork. E R Joseph Harirravt 

EgmondviUt Huron, S R H. R. Jackson 



Elmsdalo i Hants X S i Hugh Mclntosb 

Elmsdale Prince P K [James Sinclair 

-1 ^ide Pontiac Q E. Graham 

Elmsvale i Halifax X S i D. B. Reid 

Elmsville iCharlotte X B Alex. Dyer 

Elmvale Simcoe. X R Win. Harvey 

El nwond Bruce, S R 0!J. Reinhardt 

Elmwood King s X B Robert Pol ley 

*Elora ; Wellington, C R. W. La Penotiere, 

Elphin iLanark, N R OiGeorge Wilson 

Elsinore (Bruce, X R 0| Robert Nelson 

E ton Marquette... . M A. Nichol 

Ely .Muskoka&PS d. V. C. Harvey 

Emberson ;Muskoka& PS d. OH. F.^rnsworth 

*Embro [Oxford. X R D. Matheson 

Embrun I Russell 

Emerald Lennox .... 

Emerson I rovencher 

Emery York, W K 

Emigrant Road [Westmoreland X BiMrs. J. Mulrine 

Eminrant Settlem t. Westmoreland X B B. Carrigan 

I .mileville |Bagot Q|P. E.Roy 

Emmett j Renfrew, X R ... John I. O Grady 

Emory Yale B C Frod. W. Glister 

BmsdaU IMuskokaA P S d. O 1 Robert Scarlett 

Emyvale jQueen s P E HP. McCardle 

Enfleld .Durham, WR ... Wm. Martyn 

Enfleld Hants N S : H. F. Donaldson- 
English Corner Halifax X S i James Thompson* 

English Settlement. King s N B !). Carmir-hael 

English Town Victoria N S[Jane McLean 

Eunis Cardwell O John O Leary 

Enniskillen Durham, W R ... OlFred. Rogers 

Knniskiiiun st-.ti.-.^. Queen s N B B. McAloor 

Peterboro . W R.. Samuel Young 



Oi Joseph Lalonde 
O D. McDonald 
M H. T. Lewis 
01 M S Burkholder 



Enniskillen Station 

Ennismore 

Enou 

Enterprise 



Epsom ..., 
Kramosa , 
Erbsville , 
Erie 



Cape Breton... N S 

Addington 

Grey. ER 

Ontario. X R 



Alex. McDonald 
J. D. Wagar 
Thomas Jordan 
Henry Quant 



Wellington. S R. 0: James Mitchell 
Waterloo, N R ... J.Simmermacher 
Haldimand ....... Andrew Finch 

*Erin IWeilington, SR. Robert Wood 

Erinsville j Addington : Patrick Walsh 

Erinville jGuysboro X S Charles Kenny 

Lennox Solomon Amey 

Lambton. W R... 0| George Whiting 

Leeds, S R Jos. L. Dowsley 

Bouaventure .... Q; Alex. Campbell 



Ernestown Station 

Erroll 

Escott 

Escuminac 

Esr*uminac jXortbumb.... 

Esdraelon JCarleton .... 

K.-.kas,,ni ; Cape Breton _ 

l >kdale |Bruce. W R 

Esiniesing IHalton OiJohn Murray 

[721 



X B James McLean 
X B E. S. Gillmor 
X > Henry V. Bowr, 



1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. i ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 




Victoria B C 


D. T. Howard 
Charles Ahier 
Thomas Rush 
Daniel Esson 
D. V. Bourque 
Eusebe Pelleticr 
Wm. Spence 
J. A. Vaughan 
A. J. Thompson 
R. McL. Purdy 
D. H. Evans 
Henry Bray 
W. M. Lockhart 
G. L. Everett 
Wm. Fisher 
John McKinnon 
David Johns 
Robert R. Ray 
F. McFarlane 
Isaac Swarthout 
P. Mclsaac 
A. C. Johns 
J. A. Floyd 
Joseph Carter. 
Caleb Green 
John Stevenson 
Robert Orr 
Edward McGill 
Richard Forrest 
James Robinson 

C. F. Tilton 
M Rankin 
Mathias Moore 

J. Ramsay 

Mrs. M Marshall 
W. Cameron 
Robert Wallace 
Wm. T. Wilson 
W. Armstrong 
George < rr 
William Allen 
W. E. Estev 
Arza Parish 
Edward Power 
Jos K.-ithan 
G. A. Truax 
Adam Clark 
E. Donahue 
N. J. Clark 
Sidney P. Slater 
P. D. Rouleau 
Grafion Aver 
Isaac S. Wardell 
L. Wilson, jun. 
Joseph Fecteau 
Daniel Shay 
T. Knetshaw 
P. C. Downing 
Henry Cross 
G. Cunningham 
K. \\ . Hutt 
Joseph Wiley 
G*eo. Dickinson 
.Miss C McQueen 
A. ^erguson 
K F. Nagle 
W. Ferguson 

Mrs. Ellen Watt 
Maxime Fernet 

R. O Donell 
James Hemphil) 
R. Jancouski 
S. J. Peake 
A. McGinn 
A. Gallant 
S. E. Burwell 
Thomas Moase 
R. J. Lami-n 
Edward Allen 
J M. Shoebottom 

T. B. Rider 


Fitzgerald Station... 
Fitzroy Harbour .... 
Five Islands 


Prince P E I 


John Smith 
W. A. Shirreff 

Geo. Church 
Mrs.A.McKenzte 
R. K. McKenzie 
James Morrow 
Robert J. Sprout 
Wm. Purty 
Patrick T. Barry 
Ed. Largie 
William Gray 
E. J. Matthews 
Gilbert Stalker 
Isaac Devitt 
John A. Young 
S. G. Burpee 
John Lovely 
John E. Flowers 
G. Walkinshaw 

John McLean 

R. Fraser 
DansoD Kirismac 
John Forbes 
Chas. Walker 
Sweet man 
E. Phillips 
Peter McKellar 
Oliver Forester 
John Currie 
William Breeze- 

H. C. Gifford 
D. Thompson 
J. Kierstead 
A. R. Watson 
Enoss Marr 
F. X. Messnor 
J. G. Bryson 

Jas. J. Kelley 
A. McDonald 
George Lewis 
C. S. Crowe 
J. B. Fortier 
J. A. Hiltz 
Chas. E Baker 

Miss C. McVicar 
James McCool 
E. H. Carr 
C. B. Ingles 

Mrs E J Trafton 
Albert B. Hooper 
IV ter Fraser 
Thomas Payne 
Fabien Laiidriau 
Jno Williamson 
E. W. Ashley 
John Nickerson 
Eustache Burke 
Archd. Kobertsoo 
James Had den 
John Campbell 
Charles Pararjt 
Mrc.J.L Hstfield 
Dan l Foran 
Neil Stewart 
M. FitzEjeiald 
John Chapman 
George Flanks 
Wm. Maguire 
Wm. Cantwell 
B. McEwen 
Joseph Coad 
Alex. Fraser 
John Fraser 
Josiah Robertson 
N. Fiech. tte 
P. McPeake 
K. W. BrunneU 

J. O Sullivan 


Esquimaux Point ... 
* Essex Centre. 




i Lanark, N R 


Essex 8 R 


Colchester N S 




Peterboro , E R . 
GaspS Q 


Five Mile River 
Flambroro Centre . 
Flatlands 


Hants N S 




Wentworth, N R. 
Restigouche... N B 
Queen s P E I 
Durham E R 
Grey, S R 
Grey, S R 






Ethel 


Huron E R 


Flat River 


Etna 


King s N S 


Fleetwood 


Ettrick 


Middlesex, ER... 
Grey 8 R 


frlettif.rton 
Flesherton Station. 
FJetcher 




Evansvale 


Ontario N R 
Middlesex. E R... O 
Simcoe, S R 


Kent 


Evelyn 


Fletcher s Station ... 
Fleurant 


Halifax N S 


Everett 


Bonaventure Q 


Everett 


Victoria N B 


Flinton . 


Addington 




York N R 


Flodden 






Wellington, S R.. 
Middlesex, N R . 
King s N S 


Floradale 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Middlesex, W R. 
Carleton N B 


*Exeter 


Florence 


Factory Dale 


Flwenceville 


Fail-bank 


York W R 


Florenceville, East- 
Flowers Cove 
Folev 


Carleton N B 


Fairfield 


Kent 


Qu-en s N B 
Ontario, S R 
Colchester N S 
Colchester ... N S 


Fairfield 


King s P E I 


Fairfield, East 


Brockville 




Fairfield 
Fairfield Plain .... 


St.John N B 
Oxford S R O 


Folly Mountain 


Folly Village 


Colchester . . .. N S 


Fairhaven 


Charlotte N B 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Grey, ER 
Marquette . M 




Gaspe Q 


Fairholme 


Fontenoy 


Richmond Q 


FairmOHnt 


*Ftmthill 


Monck . .. O 


Forbes 


Colchester N S 


Fairview 


Perth. S R 


Ford s Mills . 


Kent N B 


Fair Valley 


Simcoe, E R 
Marquette . M 


Fordwich 


Huron, E R 
Huron, WR 
Lambton, W R.... 
Renfrew, N R. ... 
King s P E I 




Fordyce 


Fairville 


St. John N 11 


Forest 


Falding 


Mtiskok< 


Forester s Falls 
Forest Hill 


Falkenburg 


Ontario N R .0 


Falkirk 


Middlesex. N R.. 
Brant. S R 


Forest Mills 




Falkland 


Foreston 


Carleton N B 


Falkland 


Halifax .. N S 


Forestville 


N orfolk, SR 
Leeds, S R . 


Falkland Ridge 


Aunapolis NS 


Forfar 


Fallbrook 


Lanark. S R 


Forks 


Queen s N B 


Fallowfield 




Forks, Baddeck 
Forks oad 


Victoria N S 


Falmouth 


Hants N S 


Monck ... . 


Falmouth Station.... 


Hants N S 


Formosa 


Bruce. E R 


Hastings, N R... 
Wellington, NR. 
Carleton N B 
Leeds. S R 
Kind s P E I 


Fort Coulonge 


Pontiac Q 


Farewell. 


Fir; Alexander 


K 


Farmerston 
Farmersville 
Farminn ton 


Fort Augustus 


Queen s ... PET 


Fort Elliee 


Selkirk M 


*Ft/rt Erie 


Wellahd () 


Farnboro 




Fort Frances 


.... K 


Farndon 




Fortif-rville 


Lofbiniere Q 
Lnnenburg ... N S 
Cumberland X S 
Alberta Territory . 


Farnham Centre ... 
*Farnham 
Farquhar 


Brome Q 


Forties Settlement... 
Fort Laurence .... 


Mishisquoi Q 
Perth, SR 


Fort McLeod. 


Farran s Point 
Father Point 




Fort William 
Fort William 
Fort Saskatchewan . 
Foster 


Rimouski Q 


Pontiac Q 
Saskatchewan Ter. 
Brome Q 


Fawcett Hill 


Westmoreland N B 
Ontario, N R 


Fawkham 


Fawn 


Ontario. N R 
Wolfe Q 




LuDp.nburg.... N S 
Victoria N B 


Fecteau s Mills 
Fellows 


Foster s Cove 


Lennox 


Fouchie 


RicVimnnri X" ! 


I ennell s 


Simcoe, S R 
Prescott 
Northumb.. W R. 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Monck 


EoUF Falls Vinfnria 1M H 


Fenaghvale 
Fenella 


Four Mile House . . 
Fouroier 


Halifax N S 


Prescott 


*Fenelrm Falls 
Fenwick 


Fowler s Corners ... 


Pett-rl oro W R. 
Hastings, E R ... 
(jaspe Q 


Fenwick 


King s N B 


Fox Bay 


Fenwick 


Cumberland .. X S 
Wellington, OR.. O 
Middlesex. ER..O 
Lanark. S R 
Gloucester. . . . N B 
Simcoe. N R 
A iilir. ut in 




Westmoreland N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Simi-oe, E R 


^Fergus 




Ferguson 


Foxtnead 


Ferguson s Falls 
Ferguson s Point. ... 
Ferguson vale 


Frxton 




Fox River 
Fox River 


Gas;ie Q 
Cumberland ... X S 
Renfrew. S R 
Richmond N S 
Dorchester Q 
Hastings. W R... 
Victoria. S R 
Durham, E R. ... O 
Huntingdon Q 
Lanark. SR 
Brockville 




Forymount 


Fernetville 


Bertbier Q 


Fernhill 


Middlesex. S R. . 
Queen s N B 


Fratnpton 


Ferris 


Ferryville 


Carleton N li 


Frank Hill 


Fesserton 


Simcoe. K R . 






Muskokajfc P S d. 
Grey. E R 
Prince P E I 


Franklin Centre 
Franktown 


Feversham 
Fifteen Point 


Frankvjlle 


*Pingal 


Klirin. W R O 
Victoria, 8 R .... O 
Cardwell O 
Lunenburg. . . N S. 
Perth. S R 




Ontario N R 


Finger Board : 
Fintona 


Fraser s Grant . ... 


Antieonishe ... X Si 
Peterboro , W R. 
Levin Q 
York \ IJ 




First South 


Frechette 
Frpdrricton 


Fish Creek 


Fishe.rviUe 




Fredericlrm. Junction 
Fredericton Road .. 




Fitch Bay 


Staustead Q; 


Wpstnnrlaiirl "V R 



[73] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DI8 RICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Fredericton Station. 


Queen s P E I 


John Weeks 


Gillinder s Mount n 
Gillies Hill 


Victoria N S 


51. McLennan 
Wm. A. Stevens 
R. A. McDonald 
Alex. McDonald 
Hector McNeil 
V. Fridriksson 
L. Me Murray 
R Watson 
John L. Logie 
It. W. Harrison 
K. Kennedy 
tidmund Pogue 
Mrs. S. Atkinson 
D. Luminis. jun. 
John Turnbtill 
liichard English 
Benjamin Parker 
Hugh Miller 
W. S. Ruttan 
tra A. Rosebush 
Alex. Robertson 
Hugh Camron 
Wm. Murphy 
VI rs. A. Anderson 
Seth Rickaby 
John Mci.ean 
I.. S. Becker 
Crofton .1 Oilroy 
George Hunter 
VI. N Stephens 
G. J. Fryer 
R McDonald 
M. M^agher 
S. T. Young 
A.. B. McDonald 
Andrew Boyd 
A. Baughart 
W. F. Sirett 

J H Dickson 
Mat. Archibald 
Michael Lavin 
A. L Morehouse 
Wm MeKersic 
lohn McD -nneil 
David Graham 
James Hamilton 
Peter McMillan 
Wm. McAmmon 
llnry Kobinson 
J. Rockin rhHrn 
Chas. Williams 
J. Mel. Fraser 
Nathan Manpon 
John G. Smith 
John Fleming 
John Murray 
Alex. K. vicRae 
John McLeod 
G. Pritchett 
Thomas Feely 
N. Orchard 
Jimes Porter 
C. McGillivray 
W. T. Rokinson 
Geo. T. Iveson 
C J. McRae 
Mrs. McKae 
Levi J. Hixon 
Quarters Smith 
Donald Campbell 
K Kills, jun. 
Williiin S ewart 
El win J. Esty 
C. L. Owen 
John Mclrtasc 
Robert Gibson 
.lames Greaves 
D. J. D."ruchi8 
.lohn Martin 
CbarlHH Williami 
Arch. Moore 
A. E Al .en 
J. G. Gobl 
,N. A. Comeau 
1 A. Dickson 
Walter J. Lake 


Wentworlh, N R. O 
Halron 


John Ross 
Alax.Duffes 
J. W. Eldridge 
Ja<-ob B. Bowman 
D. Auld 

Seneca P Hope 
Henry Shannon 
*ud. H. Smith 
Mi-s.O McDonald 
.lane McKav 
A. McDonald 
D: M.-Twaiu 
MixsM A.Pothiei 
C. Mclutyre 
George Beatty 
J. S Brine 
Rv.W.M. Leblanc 
Wm. Merrill 
Arthur Roberts 

Philo England 
Kichard Francis 
VIrs M. Fuller 
George Oanu 
John Fulton 
R. K Morrison 
Thomas O Donell 
Edward SimpsoL 
.1. H. Gagnon 
John White 
J G. Whvte 
G. II. G.iilinger 
VI. L. Mclver 
Win Quanie 
Wm. Stewart 
D. F. Britton 
\. Lightbody 
James Dyer 
*. Mairna 
Wm McKenzie 
W.R Ciruipgh m 
Thos. Strang 
Wm Wall-tee 
George McKenzir 
Dennis Cross 
.} Bte Pelletter 
W. S. Colver 
R G Stewart 
\. Garrett 
Mrs. S. L. Janseu 
Jas. Godfrey 
Thomas Jacques 
John J. An net 
W. Lewellin 
C. E. Langin 
E. A. Davison 
J S. Jones 
Felix Ge.ntes 
W. H. Gavtl 
M. Frame 
E McGallum 
James Annand 
lieuben Smith 
Wm F. Ritchie 
G. A. Hooker 
James Gordon 
L. Brnnelle 
Luke Day 
W. Wigh tman 
L Goodeuow 
Increase Bullock 
James Mclnnes 
J R. Bourcbier 
Charles Newmat 
T. B. Snider 
S. P. Fillmore 
Selina.l. Wwldon 
GeonrrtJ.McKean 
John McN >il 
John Glenn 
William Gibson 
Rob . Donihue 
John D. Gilbert 
Thos Maehonchj 


Bruce, N R O 
Cape Breton ... N S 




Gillies Lake 




Oigby N S 


Gillies Point 


Freepurt 


Waterloo, S R ... <> 
Prince PET 
Waterloo, N R ... 
M ssisquoi Q 


Gillies Point East ... 
Gimli 


Victoria N S 


Freetown 
Freiburg 




Gladstone 


Middlesex, ER... (> 
Vi. toria N B 


* FrKliglisburg 




Bruce, N R 




Marquette M 
Bruce, W R 
Durham, E R ... 
Victoria S R 






G ammis 
Glamorgan 


French River 


Picton . . .. N S 








C.ipe Breton.. N 8 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Drummond Q 


Glanford . .... 


Wentworth, S R. 
Hastings, N R.... 
Middlesex, S R... 
Grey. S R 
On ario, W R.... 
Carleton N B 


Frenchvale 




French Village 




French Village 
French Village 


Queen s P E I 


Glascott 
Glasgow 


King s N B 


French Village 
Friar s Head 


Halifax N S 


Glassville 


Inverness N S 
Elgin W R 


Frome 


Glen Alda ." 


Prtterboro , E R... 
Wellington, R.. 
\ntigonishe ....N S 
Gloucester N B 
Huron E R 




Huntingdon Q 
Shefford Q 




Frost Village 




Fiilford 




Glen Anglin 


Fullarton 


Perth, S R 


Glenannan 


Fuller 


Hastings, N R ... 
Wentworth, S R. 
Queen s N B 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Perth. N R 


Glenarm 
Glen Bard 


Victoria. N R 
Antiionishe ... N S 
Dundas 


Fulton 


Fulron Brook 


Glen Becker 


Glen Btiell 


Brockville 


Gad s lliil 








Queen s N B 


Glencairn 
Glsncne 


Simcoe, S R 
Middlesex, W R, 
Inverness N S 
Guysboro N S 
Elgin. E R 


Gagnon 
Gailey ,... 
Galeita 


Victoria N B 
Kent, N B 
Lanark, N R 
Storinont 


Glencoe 
Glen Cove 
Glen Colin 
Glen Donald 


Galliogertown 




"Oa.lt 


Waterloo. S R.... O 
Ontario, N R 
Leeds. S. R 




Inverness N S 
Middlesex, E R. 
Marquette M 


Gainebridge 




*Gananofiuf 


Glendale 


*Garafraxa 


Wellington, C R.. 
Durham, E R ... 
Frontenac 




Selkirk .. M 


Garden Hill 
Garden Island 
Garden of Eden 


Gleneden 


Grey. SR 
Guvsboro N S 
King s P E 1 


Pictou N S 




Algoma 


Gltn Fsrnham 
Glen Farrow ...... 
Glengarry . . 


Brome Q 


Gardiner Mines 
Gardner s Creek ... 


Cape Breton ... N S 
St. John N B 


Huron, E R 
Inverness . . .. N S 
Pictou N S 


Garfield 


Queen s P E 1 


Glengarry Station ... 




Obateauguay Q 
L Islet Q 


Simcoe N R 




Glen Huron Station 

rlenila 


<imcoe, N R . ... 
Muskoka&PSd. 
Ottawa Q 


Garnet 


Haldimand O 
St. John N B 
Grenville, S R ... 
Welland 


Garnet 
Garretton 
Garrison Road 
Garryowen 
Garthby Station 
Gaspt Basin 










Ontario, W R. ... 
Halifax N S 


Grv, N R 
Wolfe Q 


Glen Margaret 


Vorfolk. 3 R 
Grenville, S R ... 
Brant, N R 


Gasp6 Q 


Glenmore . 


Gaspereaux 


King s P E I 






Queen s N B 




Gasperoaux 


King s N S 






Gaspereaux Station 






Provencher M 
Yarmouth NS 
Colche-ter N S 
North-jrnberl d.M B 
Halifax N S 




Carib >o B 


Gavelton 




Marquette M 
Simcoe. E R 
Nortbumbrl d, N B 
Antigonishe ...N S 
G.enjarry 
Hastings, W R... (J 


Gay g River 


Glen Orchard 
*J]-n Porter .... 


Gay s River Road .... 


Glen Road 




Glen Robertson 


flelert 
Geneva 


Victoria, N R .... 
Argeutenil Q 






Argenteuil Q 
Nieolet Q 


Glen Sandfield 
Glun Oak 


Glengarry O 
Middlesex, S R... O 
Nfortblk, S R 
Pictou N 8 
Grenville, S. R... 
Dunrias 


Gentilly 


"George s River 


Cape Breton ... N S 
King s . P E 1 


Glenshee 
Glensi ee 
Glen Sraail 


Qf/rrgetnwn, 


*GeoryeJ,nwn 
Georgeville 
Georgeville 
*Gf/>rgina, 


HtUton 
Stanstead Q 

AntigoniRhe... N S 
York N R O 




Glen button 




Glen Tay 


Lanark S R <> 


Geraldine 


Huntingdon Q 
Waterloo, S R ... O 
Albert ... N B 


Glen Eig 


Antigonisbe... N S 


German Mills 




German town 


Gl^u Walker 


Middlesex, W.R. 
Glengarry O 
King s P El 
Hilton . . . 


Gesto 
Getson s Point 
Giant s Lake 


Essex. S R 
Lunenburg... N S 
GtiysboroHgh. N S 
Grey, K R 
Sirn coe, A R 
Oigbv .... N S 


Glen Walter 
Glen William 
Glen WillUms 


Gibraltar 
Gibson 
Gilbert Cove 


Glen Willow 


Middlesex, W R. O 
Yarmouth N S 
Brant, N R ., 
Sinuenav Q 
Huron, W R 
lAddlmrton 


Glenwood.. 


Goble s Corners 
G )d*>out 


Gilbert s Mi Us 


Prince Kdward... O 
York. N R 
Haldimawd . ... 


Gilford 
Gill . 




Qodfrev . 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



75 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


/Irvff 


Halifix N S 


Wm. Goff 
J eter Brennan 
Alex Wells 


Grasmere 


Mnskoka& PS d.O 
Wentworth. S R. <i 
Northum N B 


R. Ballantine 
G. M. Marshall 
P. Grattan 

John Crawford 
J. P. Cockburn 
Mirk (iravftock 
Adam B Copp 
Robert dill 
Edward Phcenii 
John ?kippe 
R. E. Foster 
A. McDougald 
Thomas YYakem 
J E. Tibert 
Robert McKenzie 
A. W Sin hei land 
Mrs. J. McKeuzia 
S. Hawthorn 
C.ilvin Reynolds 
W. Sweeney 
Wm. Foiilds 
George April 
P R Hoover 
John Lynch 
Daniel Dart 
Andrew Black 
George Blair 
J. Kitzgnald 
Isaac u Brien 
J. S. Forshner 
W. J. Wilson 
F W. McEwen 
A. L B. McKi 
Thos. Bowman 
M. Foster 
M. Gleeson 

Rev. A. G. Greer 
Wm. Gregory 
A. Greig 
Henry I arr 
F. W. Mann 
Edwin Pridham 
Thos Xichols 
W. J. Mellow 
Thos. Thiilwall 
W. B. Orde 
James Campbell 
James Marshall 
Thomas Kelly 
Jacob A. Griffin 
Pi-ter Maloin 
Martin Kingroae 
11. E. Xelles 
Xoah Phelps 
W. (i. Leslie 
John Park 
V. X.Thibodeau 
I. A. Lovitt 
Joseph Rnss 
Samuel O Neil 
Mr*. Both well 
Alonzo Ruble 
Solomon Knox 
M. Gueguen 
David Stilton 

J. Guild 
J Vrtlliere. jun 
W. Waut- h 
John A. Doans 
Juo H. Gunter 
D. Livinirctone 
R P. Scidmore 
K..I. Cunningham 
Robert McKay 
C. Watson 
K. Grond 

Charles Hager 

W. Dil on 
W H. Hxins 

Dudley Moor* 
Geo. C. Beits 
> John Diggden 


Golden Grove 
Go! len Grove Mills. 
Golden Lake 


St. John N B 


Grassy s Corners . ... 


Renfrew. N R ... 
Carleton N B 
Marquette M 
Guysborough... X S 
Lunenburg N s 
Essex, S R 


Frederic Hngly 
G. Campbell 
D. McDonnell 
Veil .McQuarrie 
lienjanim Keddv 
Win. Ogle 
VI rs. J Gibbons 
J.L B. Flewellint! 
Archibald Good 
Chas. Way 
M. Chapman 
Mrs. F. Trafton 
loshua Prescott 
\t McDonald 
W. F. Scarth 
F S. Smith 
Fred. Ford 
Elijah Brooks 
MrsShaughness.v 
1) Thompson 
Hirry Mandar 
Wm. East 
Colin McKenzie 
Henry Besansou 
K. A. Robinson 
)onald Sinclair 
Geo M Germain 
C. W. Ross 
T. D. Thomas 
Joseph Bittschen 
I hos. M Carswell 
Wm. McKenzie 
W.L Lushbrooke 
Patrii k Grace 
J. Gillard 
Mi"s H. Shea 
W. H. Bowles 
James Campbell 
Peter Iiampliier 
Sim. Diamond 
George Vittie 
Mrs Mcl herson 
<). Blanchard 
David Hamm 
J ihn Ironside 
W. Robertson 
D. Trernblay 
Jos. Payment 
Charles Esnouf 
Jean Bte Seneca 
Veil MfPhail 
Theophiln Roux 
J. L Champagui 
J. Doucette 
Louis Fournier 
Patk. McMillan 
W. Roach 
R. K. Foster 
Raphael Lesrer 
D. McDonald 
Rev.J. Fo irmonc 
George Xichols 
H. C. Seel.ve 

I) mold Gil lies 
Mrs. R. McNii 1 
Strph<-u McNeil 
Thomas Soucy 
J. W. Bordeu 
Joseph 0. Siroit 
F. Vj lette 
H. Murchison 
S McDonald 
Wm. Dvnes 
J S. Drift-oil 
J. Edtnonstooe 
Abram Grant 
John C. Mnnro 
James Grant 
: \eil Fraser 
Henry Harvey 
lEdw. Henry 
IF. R. Troop 
Hugh M. Irviue 




Renfrew. S R .... 


Gravel Hill 


Stormont (J 


Golden Stream .... 




Simc e E R 


Graystock 


Peterboro . E R... o 


Gold River 


Great Shemogue Westmoreland N B 
Great Village Colchester X S 
Greenback Ontario. N R 






Wellington, C R. C 


Gondola Point 


Green Biy Al^orna 




Greenbush Brockville 




Peterboro , E R... O 
Ontario, W R 
St. John N B 
St. John N B 
King s P E 1 


Greenfield (ilengarry 




Greenfield Ctirleton N B 


Gooseberry Cove ... 
Goose Cretk 






Greenfield 
Greenfield. St.Marys 
Green Hill 
Greenock 


Colchester X S 
Guysboro .V S 


Gopher Creek . 


Selkirk M 


PU-tou N S 
Bruce, E R 








Hastings, N R ... O 
Carleton N S 


Green Point 


Prince Edward... <> 
Glocester N B 
I rovencher M 
Demiscouata Q 
Jutario. W R .... O 
Victoria X B 




Green Point 
Green Ridge 




Wellington, N R. (J 
Hants N S 




Green River 






Green River 


Gore s Landing 


Norlhumb d,W R 
York, E R 11 




Green s Creek 
Greensville 


Colchester X t- 
Wentw.irth, N R, 
Glengarry 




Huron, K R 
Albert N B 




Green Valley 




Guysboro N S 


Greenview 


Hastings. N R ... 
Cumberland X S 
Cumberland. ...X S 
Middlesex, N R 
King s PE I 




Greenville 


Gould 


Compton. Q 


Greenville Station.. 
Greenway 




Wellington, S R. U 
Wellington. N R. O 
Renfrew, N R ... 

A l>vrf "W R 




Greenwich 




Greenwich Hill 


King s N B 


Gowland Mountain. 


Lisgar VI 


Perth, S R O 
Ottawa Q 


Greenwood 


King s N? 




Greenwood 


Ontario.W R 




Northumb d.W R.O 
Carleton N B 
King s NS 
Queen s P E 1 
Peel 
Sbefford Q 


Greer 


St. John X B 




Greer Mount 


Pontiac Q 


Grafton 
GrahamV Road 
Grabamsville 


Gregory 


oimc-O", E R O 
Bruce, N R 


GrenM 


Siuieoe, N R 
Assiciboia 


Grenfrll 




Shefford Q 


Gre.nvillf. 


Argentenil Q 






Gresham 


Bruce. W R 
Lennox 






Gretua 




King s N B 


Greystead 


Middlesex, S R... O 
Annapolis. . .. N S 
King s N B 




Lambton, E R 
Bouaventure. . . . C 
Chicoutimi Q 


Greywnod 


Grand Cascapedia ... 


Grey s Mills 


Griertville 


Grey, E R O 


Grande Freniwre 


Two Mountains . C 


Gribbin 
Griffiu s Corners . ... 
Griffin Cove 


Peel 
Blnii-.ER 




St John s Q 


Gaspe Q 


Grand Entry . . . 


Gaspfi Q 


Griffith 
*Grimsby 


Renfrew. S R 
Wentworth. S R. 
Wentworth, SR. 
Gaspe Q 
-elkiik M 


Grandes Piies 




Grandes Coudfies. ... 
G**and Etan? 


Beauce Q 


Grimsby Camp 
Grindstone Island. .. 
Griswold 


Inverness N. S 


Grande Val)e 


Grand Falls 
Grand Falls Portage. 
Grand Harbor 


Victoria N B 
Victoria N B 


irondines 


Portueuf Q 






Charlotte N B 
Kent N B 


Grosses Roches 
Grosvenor 


Riuiouski C 
Guvsboro X S 
Elgin, E R 




Grandi^ue Ferry ... 
Grandin 


Richmond N S 
Saskatchewan Ter. 

Hnl fax JV S 


Grovesend 


irove Mills 
Groves Point 


B>thwell 
i ape Breton ... N S 
Kent N B 


Grand Lake Station 


Charlotte N B 


Queguen 


Grand Mira, North. 
Grand Mira, South.. 
Grand Nanowg, S.... 
Grand Nairows 
Grand Pabos 


Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton ... N ." 
Viet ria N S 


"Ilitslpk 


Wellington, S R. 
Ottawa Q 


Quigues 




Kent (I 




Megantin Q 
| Cumberland ...N S 
Shelburne N S 


Gaspe . Q 


Gulf Shore 


Grand Pie 


Kinu s N S 


Gunning Cove 


Grand River 


Gasp6 Q 


Gnnter Hast nut. N R.... 


Grand River . . 


Victoria N B 


Guthrie 
Guysborough 

Guysboro Intervale. 
G\psiiin Mines .... 
llai kett s Cove 


Simcoe, E R 
Norfolk, N R 
Guysboro X S 
Guvsb TO N S 
Haldimand 


Grand River 


Richmond N S 
Queen s P E 1 
C.irdwell . 


Grand Tracadie 


Gianite Hall 


Muskoka 


Grant 




Halifax X S 


Grant 


Westmoreland, N R 


llndlow Cove 


Le\i-< Q 




*Hig .rsr>ill?. 


Ilaldiuiand 
Voik, K R 


Grantnn 


Middlesex, X R... 
Picitnu X S 
; \ Westminster B C 
Queen s P E 1 
Annapolis X S 
Annapolis N S 


Iliirermnn s Corners 


Granton 

Granvillz . . 


Dunlins ... ... fl 


Hain-ivilU Dijhv \S 


Granville 
Grauville Centre ... 
Granville Ferry 


Hiylev Sta ion 
Iliil Ixne HiK 


Renfrew, X R. .. 
Muskoka & PS d. ( 
Guyoboro N S 


Halt Island Cove ... 



[751 



76 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POSTOFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Halfway Core Guysboro N S John Jamieson 

Halfway Brook :Colchester N 8 Wm. Fisher 

Halfway River ! Cumberland ...N S Mrs. Fullerton 

Halfway River St.... Cumberland ....N S Gains Lewis 

Peterboro , E R, John F. Young 

Halifax N S H. W. Blaekada 

Huntingdon Q James Blair 

Hastings, E R ... 
Antigonishe ... N S Hugh Dunn 
Peterboro , W R, S. Purser 
Peterboro , E R, 0,Wm. Darling 

King s N S John Neville 

Hall s Mills ! Lanark, N R Wm. Hall 

Hall s Stream Corupton QiE. Bean 

Hallville . [Dundas Joseph Wallace 



*Baliburton 

Halifax 

Hallerton.. 

Halloway 

Halloweil Grant 

Hall s Bridge 

Hall s Glen 

Hall s Harbour 



Halston 

Halverson 

*Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton Cove 

Hamilton Mountain 

Hammond 

Hanamondvale 

Hampshire Mills.... 

Hampstead 

Bampstead 



Hastings, E R ... OJ 

Pontiac Q James Moore 



Hamilton 

Prince P E I 

Marque tte M 

Saguenay Q 



Queen s 



H. N. Case 
Chas. Stewart 
F M. Hamilton 
John Argall 



N B!K. Hamilton 



Perth, N R 1 J.Hammond, jun 

King s N B W. Fowler 

Simooe, E R O W. H. Leef 

Oxford, NR O^G T. Schuck 

Queen s IS BlGeo. H. Clark 

Hampden |Grey, S R 1 Henry Byer 

Hampton Durham, W R ... ; H. Elliott 

Hampton Queen s P E IjB. W. Cameron 

Hampton ... 

Hamtown 

Haulan 

Hanlan 

Hannon 

Hanover 

Hansford 

Hantsport 

Hanwell 



King s N BlW.J.Flewwellimj 



York N B 

Peel 

Lisgar M 

Wentworth, S R, 

Grey. S B 

Cumberland ...N S 
Hants N S 



Isabel White 
G. Johnston 
Charles Stewart 
Mrs. T. Cowie 
T. S. Coppinger 
A. D. Lockhart 
Wm. Davison 



York N B Wm. Legher 



Harbour au Bouche. ! Autigonishe ...N S 



Harbour Road 



Antigonishe ...N 



Harbourville King s NS 

Harconrt j Kenfrew, S R ... O 

Addington 



St. John N B 

Northumb N B 

I Hants N S 

. iGrey, E R 

Leeds. S R 

Oxford, S R 



Kdward Corbett 
Alex. Mclnaac 
D. B. Parker 
Mrs A. R.Huttot 
Thomas Tapping 



Hardinge 

Hardingville 

Hardwfcke 

Hardwood Lands 

Harkaway 

Harlem 

Harley 

Harley Road jQueen s N BJJ. D. Brown 

Harlock (Huron, S R Oj Thomas Neilans 

Harlowe Addiugton OjThos. Neale 

Harmony King s Ns Austin Spinney 



V. Harding 
Robert Noble 
Mrs. J. Grant 

Wm. Gorman 
K. J. Cox 



Harmony iOxford. N R 

Harmony Mills ; Queen s N S 

Harold I Hastings. N R... 



Harper 7,anark. S R Joseph Warren 



Harpley [Middlesex N H... 

Harrietsville ; Middlesex, ER... 

Head of Cardigan... I Kings P E I 



Harrisan Cove 
Harrington, East 



Halifax N S 



Argenteuil 



S. Dunsmore 
N.-ith. Smith 
Sam l Bailey 



T. N. Hayter 

C. Barr 

M. McAulty 
John Fraser 

D. B. Campbell 



Harrington, West ... | Oxford, N R Mrs. Mary White 

Harrisburg Brant, N R James Galloway 



Harrison s Corners . Cornwall 

Harrison Settlement Cumberland... N S 
*Harnston Wellington, N R, 



James Galloway 
Oath. Macdonald 
Wm. Harrison 
A. McCready 



Harrow i Essex, S R. . . John McAfee 

Harrow-smith : Addington OiS. F. Stewart 

Hartfell ,Muskoka APSd. John Duke 

Hartford Norfolk. N R B. W Thomas 

Hartford Cumberland ...N S! John Crawford 

Hartford Carleton N B George Stinkney 

Hartington i Addington B Campbell 

Hartland Garlnton N BIS. II. Shaw 

Hartley .Victoria, N R ... John Barker 



Hart man . 



York. N R 



Hartsinere ! Addington 

Hart s Mills Snnbury N B 

Hartsville iQueen s . ...P E I 



Hartwell ! Ottawa 



Barmy i Albert \ B 



Harvey Bank Albert. 

Harvey Station .York 



.NB 

.X B 



Harvey Hill Mines... Menantic Q 

Harwich Kent 



James Barker 
Wm. Bremner 
T. Col man 
Neil McKay 
H. Chenier 
J. M. Stevens 
H. E. Graves 
J. Rutherford 
John Northey 
Mrs. Hutchinson 



POST OFFICE. 



Harwich Centre 

Harwood 

Uaseville 

* Hastings , 

Hastings 

Hastings 

Hatchley Station . . 

Hatfleld Point 

Batley , 

Haultain 

Havelock 

Havelock 

*Hawkesbury 

Hawkestone 

HawkesviUe 

Hawley 

Hawthorne 

Hawtrey 

Hay 

Hay Bay 

Haydon 

Hayesland 

Hay s River 

Haysville 

Hazle Green 

Hazel Grove 

Hazeldeau 

Headford 

Headingly 

Head Lake .. 



Head of Amherst ... 
Head of Chezzetcook 
Head of Hillsboro ... 
Head Ind.ll<ir.Lake. 
Head of Jeddore 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 

Kent .. !Tb 



Northumb d.WR, 

Missisquoi Q 

Northumberland, 
Cumberland ...N S 

Albert NB 

Oxford, SR 

King s NB 

Stanstead Q 

Peterboro , E R... 
Peterboro , ER... 
Digby N S 



Prescott 

Simcoe, E R 

Waterloo, N R... 

Lennox 

Russell 

Oxford, S R 

Huron, S R 

Lennox 

Durham, W R ... 



POSTMASTER. 



R. Drope 
Thomas Hase 
Henry M. Foulds 

J. E. McQuaid 
J. B. Powell 
W. F. Hatfield 
J. B. Le Baron 
Clark Stone 
Wm. Stacey 
J. G. Nowlan 
J. G. Higginson 
James Down 
RoK. Morrison 
A. D. Fraser 
A. F. Graham 
C. J. Treffrey 
John Currelly 
N. Woodcock 
Wm. Broad 



Wentworth, N R, o! Michael Hayes 

Inverness N Si Rod. McDougall 

Waterloo. S R.... OiM. Somerville 



King s P E I 

Queen s P E I 

Carleton 

York. E R 

St-lkirk M 



Victoria. N R 
Cumberland 



.0 

NS 



Joseph Haley 
Richard Bagnall 
Adam Abbott 

W. H. Francis 
W. A. Maxwell 
F. Beharrel 



Halifax ......... N S 

King s ...... P K T T). T>. <"V,ffin 



Guysborougb....N S 



H.ill.itt 



Halifax N S Win. Guild 



Head of Jordan River Shelburne N SiH. Harlowe 

King s N B J- A. Scheck 



Head of Millstream. 
H. of River Hebert . 
H.St. Margaret s Bay 



Cumberland... N S Tracey 
Halifax N S G. Dauphinee 



U.of St. Mary s Bay Digby N 8 Mrs. W.H Young 

Head St. Peter s Bay King s PEI Anguf McAnlay 



H. South River Lake 
H. Tatamagouche B. 

Hf-ad of Tide 

Head of Wallace Bay 
Il.WallaceB.(N.Side) 

Heaslip 

Heather 

Heatherton 

Heathcote 

Ilebb s Cross 

Hebron 

Hebron 

Eleckston 

Hedleyville 

Hoidelburg 

Helena 

flemford 

Hemisoo 

Hemlock .... 
Hemniingfnrd 
Henderson Settlenvt 



Antigonishe ...N S Hugh McNeil 

Colchester N Si Wm. Dobsou 

Restigouche ...N B James Gillies 



Cumberland ...N S 
Cumberland ...N S 



G. H. D. Forshnet 
George Tuttle 
S. A. Heaslip 



Selkirk M 

Lambtou. E R ... O D. Mclntyre 

Antigoniphe ...N S! A. Fiaser 

Grey, E R 01 Thomas J. Rorke 



Lunenburg.... N S 

Albert N B 

Yarmouth N S 

Grenville, N R... 



Weston Nelson 
R Akerley 
C. Cahan 
Hugh Hughes 



Quebec QlJ.de Blois 

Waterloo, N R ... O Adam Steiss 

Huntingdon Q! J. McGibbon 

Lunenburg N S Wm. Mailman 

Dorchester QjThos. Smith, jun. 

Norfolk. S R 0] Edwin Gray 

Huntingdon Q Tay Edwards 

Queen s N B 



Henderson Settlem t Cumberland... N S J. Henderson 



Hen fry n 

Hendrick 

Hennigar 

Henry 

Henrysburg 



Hensail 
Hepworth 
tlerdman 
Hereford 
Here ward 
Hermon 
Heron Island . 
Herring Cove . 



ley worth ...... 

.liawathA ..... 

libernia ........ 

Itckson ...... 

giiins Road 
High Bluff ..... 

lighbury ..... 

High Falls ..... 



Fluron. E R Oj 

Middlesex, S R... A. R. McKellar 

Hants N S W. Hennigar 

Prescott OjH W. McNally 

St. John s Q ! Wm. Cockerline 

Iberville Q F. Lafund 

Huron, S R J. Sutherland 

Grey, N R Robert Russell 

Huntingdon Q W. Anderson 

Compton Q Mrs. A Workman 

Wellington. C R, George Brown 
Hastings, N R ... OjG.Wallbridge 
Restigouche ...N B George Dutch 

Halifax N SJ 

Waterloo, S R-... Geo. E. Chapman 

Perth, N R ; OlW. F. Mack 

Ottawa QlJames Walker 

Peterboro , E R, Wm. Troop 

Queen s N B David Gardiner 

Oxford, N R Miss S. Vance 

Prince P E I D. A. Morrison 

Marquatte M J. A. Drummond 

King s N S N. E. Bibhop 

Renfrew.. S R .... O Mrs. M. Dillon 






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1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



77 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Highfield iYork, WR H. Dutchbnrn 

Highfield ! Hants N S.Mrs. M. Burgess 

Highgatc Elgin, W R Henry Bell 

Highland Oreek ! York. K R Win. Tredway 

Highland Village ... Colchester N S D. Geddes 

Highlands Carleton N B.J. McFarland 



Hillandale ; Victoria N B 

Hill Head Argenteui] Q 

Hillier Prince Edward... 

Hillsborough fcambtou, W R... 



Hillsborough 
HUlsbmrough 



Inverness N S 

Albert N B 

HUhimrgh ! Wellington. 3 K, 



Lewis Piekett 
Thomas Pollock 
rt. Noxon 
Thomas L. Hill 
3. M. McNeil 
R. K. Sleeves 
Win. Donaldson 



Hillsdale Siincoe, E R Robert Parker 

Hillsdale King s N B Mrs. J. B. Hicks 

Hill s Green .1 Huron, S R OiHugh Love, sen. 

Hillside Cape Breton ...N S|W. 0. Hill 

Hillside Albert N B P Collicutt 

Hilly Grove Algoma J Kntledge 

Hilton Northumb d,E R, J. J. McAulay 

Hinch Addington Mrs. Win. Hincb 



Carieton Alex. Wilson 



Hintonburg 

Hiram Albert N. B John Lawder 

Hoard s Station j Northumb d,E R, Mrs. J. E. Donald 

Hoasic Dundas Wm. Lepoint 

Hoath Head Grsy, N R M. Dealy, sen. 

Hochelaga Q James H. Brown 



Hockley 
Hobart ... 



Hodson Pictou. 

Holbrook .... 
Holderville . 
Holland Harbour ... 



Cardwell 

Siincoe. E. R 



,NS 



Oxford, S R 

King s N B 

Guysboro N S 

Hottand Landing ... [York, N R 

Holland Marquette M 



HMm 

Holly 

Holly Park 

Holmes Mills 



Wellington, N R, 

Simcoe. S R 

York, NR O 

QiT-en s PEI 



Holmesville Carleton N B 



John Hackett 
K. Kennedy 
Wm. Henry 
Chas. H. Flood 
T. J. Crawford 
Gideon Flick 
W. H. Thome 
A. C. Holland 
T. Thompson 
James Brown 
M. J. O Neill 
M. McLeod 
i-,-(;ir Broad 



Holmesville Huron. S R O Edgar Hill 

Holstein Grey, S R N- D. McKenzie 



Holt , York, N R 

Holton Chateauguay .... Q 

Holyrood j Bruce. W R 

Homer i Lincoln 

Honeywood Simcoe. S R 

Hoodstown Muskoka & PS d. 

Hope Yale BC 

Hope Bay [Bruce. N R .... 

Hopefield Renfrew, S R . ... 

Hope Ness Bruce, N R. 



Hope River . 
Hope town 
Hope town 





Queen s PEI 

Bona venture Q 

Lanark, N R 



Hopeville Grey. K R 

Albert NB 

Pictou N S 



Hopewell 

Hopewell 

Hope.wf.ll Cape 
Hopowell Hill 

Hopper Albert 

Hornby Halton 

Horncastle Victoria, N. R. ... 

Homing s Mills Grey, E R 

Hornsey Cumberland ...N S 



Albert N B 

Albert NB 

.NB 




Horton Landing 

Hotspur 

Houghton 

House Harbour 

Housey s Rapids .. 
Howe Island 



John Quibell 
Henry Hope 
A. T. Campbell 
Peter A. Caver 
George Lawrenw 
E G. Hillditch 
Miss E. M. Wirth 
J. Muirhead 
Martin Daly 
Joseph Waugh 
Felix Murphy 
Donald Ross 
John White, jun 

James Wright 
John Gunn 
Geo. Milburne 
Chas. L. Peck 
W. S. Hopper 
John McMillan 
George Sharp 

George Raeve 



King s N Si Fred. G. Curry 



Peterboro , M R . 
Norfolk, SR ...... 



Ontario, N R ...... 



Frontenac 

Howiek IChateauguay ... Q 

Hoyt Station [Sunbury N B 

Hubbard sCove Halifax N S|J. E. Sbatford 



Thomas Clark 
George Bundy 
P. L. Joncas 
James Housey 
James O Brien 
Thomas Gebbie 



Hudson Vaudreuil 

*Hult ..iOttawa Q 

Humber York. W R 

Humberstone Welland 

Hunter s Home Queen s NB 

Hunter s Mountain. Victoria N S 



Hunter s River 



Queen s P E I 



Hunterstown Muskinonge Q 

*Huntingdcm j Huntingdon Q . 

Huntingville 8herbrooke Q! J. W. Gamsby 



Albert Vipond 
Jas. H. Kerr 
J. Robinson 
James 0. Rose 
Wm. Cole 
John McDonald 
Peter McGrath 
Edward McGuire 
Chas. Marshall 



Huntley 

Hunt s Point 

*HuntsmZU ... 



Lanark, N R 

Queen s N S 

Muskoka & P S d. 



Patrick Garland 
Wm. Smith 
James F. Hanes 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Hurdumn s Bridge . Russeil P. Ca-sidy 

Hurdville Muskoka & P S d. John Sirr 



Huston 

Hutchinson Settle t. 

Huttonsville 

Hybla 



Hyde Park Corner- 
Ida 

Ida 

llderton 

Ilfracombe 

Inchby 

Indian Brook 

Indian Pord 

Indian Harbour 

Indian Head 

Indian Island 

Indian Mountain ... 

Indian Point 

Indian River 

Indian River 

Indian Road 

Indian lawn 

*Ingersoll 

Inglisville 

Ingoldsby 

Ingonish 

Ingrain River 

Inistioge 

Inkerman 

Inkerman 

Innerkip 

[nnisfil 

Innisville. 



Internat nal Bridge 



Intervale 

Inverary 

Inverhaugh 

Tnverhuron 

Invtrmay 

Inverness 

Inverness 

Inwood 

lona 

lona Station 

Irena 

Ireton 

Irish Cove 

Iris 

Irishtown 



Wellington, C R. David Cllaway 

Halifax N8 S. Hut.-hinson 

Peel (J ,];-. P Hutton 

Hastings, N. R... OiG. A. Bartlett 
Middlesex. E R... John F. Reeve 
Durham. E R ... O Wm. H. Lough 

Queen s X U W. F. Keirsteid 

Middlesex. E R.. Thos. McNeil 
Muskoka & PS d. Ed. Malkin 

Queen s NUN. Ineh 

Victoria 3S" S L). McLeunan 

Marquette M Miss E. Stnrton 

Halifax N S Fred. Hubby 

Assiuiboia Ter .... 

Charlotte NBiMissDixon 

Westmoreland, N B S. Somers 

Lunenburg N Si JameH Moser 

Peterboro , E R. 1 M. Guerin 

Prince PEI 

Hants N S John Grant 

St. John N B Wm. G. Brown 

Oxford. S R Joseph Gibson 

Annapolis. . . . N S] James Beals 
Victoria, N R.... John W. Hunt 

Victoria N S;J. W. Burke 

Halifax N S 

Grey, E R O H. Armstrong 

Dundas OjAlva Corrigan 

Gloucester N B! F. X. Robichand 

Oxford, N R i Miss Sarah Begg 

Simcoe. S R George Barclay 

Lanark, S R Oj 

Welland ... 0; George Graham 



Westmoreland, N B H. Horseman 

Froute&ac "0 N. Coverley 

Wellington, C R. ] Richard Avisa 

Bruce, W R O 1 Daniel Mahn 

Bruce, N R 0|A. Neelands 

Megantic Q 1 J. E. George 

Prince P E I, Luke Hughes 

Lambton.ER.... J. M. Courtrijrht 

Elgin, W R Edmund Roche 

Elgin, W R 

Dundas Oi George Barton 

Yarmouth N iS Ira Porter 

Cape Breton ...N SiM. McDonald 

Simcoe, N R John Campbell 

Westmoreland, N B John Larracey 

Iron Dale Victoria, N R 

Iron Hil Brome Q Mrs. McCrumb 

Iron Mines Inverness N S D. Campbell 



Ironside 

*Iroqu<jis 

Irvine 

Irving Settlement,. 
Irwin 



Ottawa Q.Henry J.Cole 

Dundas O t James Grier 

Megantic Q S. B. Thurber 

Albert N B.Wrn. E. Bishop 

Kent Thos Irwin 

Isaac s Harbour I Guysboro N S. A. McMillan, jr. 

Isaac s Harbour I Guysboro N SJS. R. Giffin 

Island Brook ........ .^Compton Q,R. H. Wilford 

Islay Victoria, N R .... 01 Francis Trip 

tsleaux Coudres ... Charlevoix Q A. Perron 

IsleauxGrues Montmagny Q Louis Lavoie 

Isle Bizard Jacques Cartier Q A. Barbeau 

Isle Dnpas Berthier Q.Rev. V. Plinguet 

Isle Perrot Vaudreuil Q Julien Monpetit 

Isle Perrot, nord Vaudreuil Q A. Peladeau 

Isle Verte Temiscouata Q Louis A. Bertrand 

Islington York W R Thomas Musson 

Ivan Middlesex. S R... Wm. Mclver 

Ivanhoe Hastings, S R ... 



Ivy 

Jackfish Bay 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Jackson Road 

Jacksontown 

Jacksonville 



Simcoe, S R I. T. Lennox 

Algoma Geo. Parlee 

Cumberland ... N S Wm. Jackson 

Grey, N R O.C. Tupling 

KinJs N S 



Carleton N B 

Carleton N B 

Jacksonville Cape Breton ... N S 



T. E. Everett 
James Simonson 
John B. Jackson 
J. 0. Zavitz 



Jaffa Elgiu, E R 

James River Antigonishe....N S:Jas. McDonald 

Jamestown Huron, E R Edward Snell 

Janetville Durham, E R ... John Burn 

Janeville Gloucester N B Robert C. Caie 

Jarlsberg Muskoka <fe P S d. Michael Johnson 

Jarratt s Corners ....Simcoe, E R Charles Jarratt 



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78 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


P03T OFPICR. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Haldimand 
OJrenille. N R... 
York. W R O 


Sirs. Urania Sill 
3hris. Richard 
J. W.Gale 
W. McL. Sharp 
N. B. Cottle 
Joel Jenkins 
it. Com p he 11 
Michael Cahill 
A. Hendershot 
William Gray 
C. Young 
Lewis Caille 
Wm H. Randall 
A K. Mai ii^on 
Wm. Johiistoue 
David Spencer 
G. MeFayden 
P. Gormley 
S. C. Perry 
Ohas. Smith 
John Boyd 

L. Desauniers 
Thomas Kenny 
0. Brassard 
lark Snrtre 
John Downie 
David G. Smith 
los. Schwartz 
Robert Joynt 
Francis E. Judd 
D McDonald 
Ueorge McKay 
Jas. McCoi iie 
Arthur Graham 
R. McClinchy 
K F. Dunham 
Albert .1. Venn 
Cyrille Bedard 
C. G Lindsay 
\Vm. Worden 
K St. Jacques 
W. E. McDonald 
S. C. Kenny 
K. Simpson 
J. B. Mclunes 
A. J. O Neil 
K. F. Keith 
G. P. Hughes 
W. Campbell 
John Mather 
1. M. l)nn.- ton 
B A. Keith 

John Kelly 
Miss II. Osborne 
Peter Mac Parian* 
R. J. Harrison 
G. Vanstone 
E. P. Freeman, 
K. McKenzie 
Hugh Cameron 
L hos. Armstrong 
A. S. Hingley 
Robert Leslie 
C R Reeves 
J. D. Jallis 
Malcc.lm Watt 
Ueo. Baitley 
Robert Gordon 
D. McArthur 

John McLean 
G. B. Tnlly 
R. A. Jones 
J. A. McDonald 
James Kent 
I. A. Langftrd 
Jos. E. Katou 
S. P. Ta\ lor 
Alex. McDonald 
Charles Foster 
R. O Connor 
\. R. Nisbett 
R. VanNorman 
Uev.W.L McKei 
James Gallagher 


*Kettleby 


York, N R 


Jacob Walton 
Alex. McQuien 
B W. Stephens 
Val Ratz 
Alex. Robinson 
B. Kilburn 
0. Vigneault 
Waller J. Cahill 
N. J. Perry 
A. PoNon. juii. 
J..hn Kilfoil 
Newton Maw 
Edward Mahon 

P. Lamorandiera 
t hax. Bate 
D. Ferguson 
George Sharp 

Jas. Maitland, sr 
D. Mclntyre 
Mrs. VI. Munroe 
William Currie 
James Fleming 
James Kimball 
A. H. G. McLean 
Allan Fraser 
M. McKendrick 
David Burns 
Benjamin Lloyd 
Jesse Munn 
J. Q. McLeod 
Henry Walmsley 
Mrs. Eagaii 
G. M. Crombie 
Edw. Mosman 
G. A. Hammond 
James Phelan 
G. M. Hunt 
Geo. A. Evans 
Robert Leith 
J. B. Gordon 
James Keating 

S. W. Teeple 
G. W Martin 
James Shannon 
Samuel Foster 
Thomas Ilarnett 
Joseph Deane 
A.C.Von Buskirk 
J. W. Graves 
James H. Smart 
J. B McLellan 
James C. l.eaiy 
J. Ten nan t 
James Moriarty 
John Hani.-on 
Robert Pax ton 
James Wilson 
John Nimmo 
James Kinnear 
D^lvid Ross 

G. A. Burgess 
Martin Whitty 
Robt.. Kldon 
Thomas Watt 
Hobert M< IHs 
Charles C. Farr 
Wm. Burnl 
Michael O Neil 
Wni McLeod 
John D. Smith 
John Nicholson 
Mi*s Louisa Read 
J ihn McCurdy 
George Christie 
T. R. Allison 
James B Klock 
Hector McLean 
Wm. Langnll 
Robert Ricker 
R N. England 
J. F. Tuck 
Thomas Fulton 
D. McKinnon 


Jasper 
Jefferson I 


Kewstoke 


Inverness . N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Middlesex, N R.. 
Htlton 


Jeffry King s *N B 


Kb. va 




Kilbride 


Jenkins ... Oiittfln H N R 


Kilburn s Landing . 


Victoria N B 




Lambton, K R.... O 


Joliette . . . Q 


Jersey 31 i I Is 1 




Prince P E I 


Jeiseyville Brant, N R 


Kildare Station 


Prince P E I 


Jees^pville Grey. S H 
Joct-lyi* . . Alyfmia O 


Lisgar ... M 


Kilf.il 


Carleton N B 
Simooe, S R 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Renfrew, N R .. 


Jock Vale 
Jog^in Rridge 
Jo^ MD Mines 


Carleton 
Digbv N S 


Kil^orie 
Kilkenny Lake 


Cumberland ...N S 
CJrey. N R 
Huron S H. .. . 


Killaloe 


Johnson 
Johnson s Mill* 
Johnson s Mills 
Johnston s River ... 


Killtirney . 


Killarney Sefkirk M 


Westmoreland. N P 


Killeau 
Killvleaith 


Wellington, S R.. 
Simcoe, SR 
Peel 


Queen s . N R 


Kilmauagh 


JohuviUe Compton Q 


Kilmarnock . . 


Lanark. S R 
Middlesex, W R.. 
Carleton O 
Kssex S R 


Johnville ... nrlrttrm M K 


Kiltnartin 




Westmoreland, N B 
Joliette Q 
Leeds. S R 


Kilmaurs 
Kilroy 


* Toilette 


Jones Falls 


Kilsvth 
Kimball . 


Grey. N R 
Lambton, W R... 
Grey. E R 
Lanark, N R 




Chicoutimi Q 
Lincoln 




Kimberley 


Jordan Bay 

Jordan Station 


Shelhurne N S 
Lincoln 




Bruce. W R .0 


Waterloo. S R ... 
Ottawa Q 




Victoria N B 






York. N R . 




Simc.ie. E R . ... 




York, N R 






KingHb(.)rough 
Kinglake 


King s P E I 


Juniper Mount .... 


(Jape Breton. . N S 
Lamhton, E R O 
Sun bury N B 


Norfolk. S R.... 
Huron, W R 
Richmond ... Q 


Kingsbridge 


Juvenile Settlement 
Kagawoug 




Aigoma O 
Addington 




Lunenbcirg N 8 
York N B 






Yale B i 


Kin^scote 
Kin sci oft . . 


Giey, E. R 
Stanstead Q 




Kamouraska Q 


Kara 


Carleton O 


Kingsey 


Drummond Q 
Drummoud Q 
Hastings, E R ... 




King s... . N B 


Kiu^sey Falls ... 




Stansteid Q 


Kiugsford 




MuskokaA P S d. O 
Ottawa Q 
Westmoreland, N B 
Grey, N R ... 






Kinuslev 


York N B 


Kay Settlement. . . . 
Keadv 


Kingsmill 


Klgin. ER 
King s N S 




Mufkoka & P S d. 
Westmoreland N B 
Card well ... 




Kingston O 


KeatH 


Kingston 


King s N B 






Kent N B 




Peterboro , E R. 
K 


Kingston Mills 


Frontenac 






King s NS 


Keith 


Both well. ... 


Kingston Village. ... 
*Ki*ngsvill? .... 


King s N S 
Kssex, S R 


Knirh 


King s N B 


Kei b 


Compton . Q 


Kingnville 


Inverness . . . . N S 
Victoria. S R 
Sit.-katcb.ewan Ter. 
Perth, N R 




Queen s ... P K 1 


Kind s Wharf. 




Yarmouth N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Norfolk. N R 
Grey N R 




Kelso 






Kin loss 


Bruce, W K 


Kemble 




Bruce. W R 






Kinmouut 


Victoria, N R 
Lambton, E B ... 
Megan tic Q 




Victoria N 8 


Kinnaird 




Kichmond N S 


*Kinnear s Aiillt ... 
Kinross 
(\inRale 




Hints N S 


Queen s P E I 
Ontario, W R .... 
King s NS 


Kentpt T wn . 


Colchester N 8 
iJienville, N R... 
Yarmtnth N S 
Durham. W R ... 
Peterboro . E R... 
Beauce Q 
Wellington, N R. 
Russell 




Kinsman s Corners. 
Kintail 




Huron. W R 


Kendal 




Oxford. N R 






Victoria N B 


Kennebtc Line .... 


Kipprn 


Huron. S R 
I outiac Q 






Kirkdale 


Drummond Q 
Victoria, N R.... O 
Glengarry 




Hints . N 8 


*Kirkfirld 


Kennington Cove .. 


Cape Breton . . N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Middlesex, E R . O 
I ict iu \ S 


Kiikhill 


Kirkhill 


Cumberland ...N S 
Carletou N B 










Ottawa Q 


Kent 


Halifax N 8 




Perth, S R O 


Kent Bri<l"e 


Bothwell 




Wentworth, N R. 
York, W R 


Kcrilvttt? . ... 


King s N 8 
King s N li 






Klock s Mills 


Di-t.of N ipissing 
Middlesex, W K.. 
Halton 




Antigonishe ...N 8 
Middlesex. W R 
Albert N B 






Knatclibnll 




Knowlesville 


Carleton N B 
Brome Q 




Lamhton, W R....O 
York N R 




Knowlton Lauding. 




Keswick Ridge 
Ketch Harbour ... 


Yoik N B 


Oarlnton N B 


Halifax . ...N S 


Knovdart ., ...IPictou NS 



[78] 



1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. , POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DI8TBICT. POSTMASTER. 


Kolbeck 


Cumberland ...N Si 


John Henley 
i,ewis Lint 
Robert Hi TO 
Wm Fernie 
Daniel Kveiett 
John D Groh 
W. B Wei don 
J. L. Belcoxtrt 
P. D. Laberge 
Kl/ear Ouellet 
Mine Bonneville 
Aristirie Rccan 
George Treuiblaj 
Jos. Brnnelle 
G. Villeueuve 
Fahieu Caisse 
R. Siss .ns 
J. A. PnqueUe 
D. Dunberry 
J^imert Fish 
Geo. L Meikle 
Zephiriu Godin 
\. McKinlay 
C. C. Liijeunesse 
.lean Paradis 
G. M Van Vliet 
1 hos McNeely 
Th B. Clemen 
Felis I ournier 

I. MnQillivray 
John McDonald 
Isnai; Ueckmau 
Angus Mclnuis 
Ohas. McDonald 
Neil McMillan 
(Jeo. Champoux 
A. Simmons 
F Lel lanc 
Jos. Davidson 
ileorgf Smith 
lohn Shaw. jnn. 
Win KilLmgh 
Joseph Begin 
<lex. McKnighl 
viiss Sherwood 
W. H. Casement 

.Tno. Nicholson 
A. P. Hudgens 
Charles Crosby 
Charles Griffin 
James K. Brown 
J MeDaniel 
Myles Young 
B. T. Davidson 
Ohed. V. Young 
H J Slat thews 
David Garland 
H Hut -hinson 
L. Fournier 
S i,. Briggs 

C. RanMn 
J. M.Gillivray 
i . O Donnell 
W. T. Higuinsofl 
R S. Stanat 
Isaac N(/rth 
A S. Randall 
t rancois Briere 
John R. Tait 

P. C. Ck.utier 
ileorge Kelley 
Urbain Therl.nlt 
K. A. Howland 
KdwHnl Earls 
A. McT.a -.hlan 
John McLean 
D F. Mn"herson 
Walter B.lls 
V. U ault 
James Smith 
Miss L. Auctil 

Miss M. J Short 


Langevin 
Langford 


Dorchester Q 
Brant, N R O 


Juste Caouyette 
Mrs. M. Dowling 
J. I . Langille 
Henry Wark 

John Langstaff 
J. Thompson 
G. M. Lang 
T. D. Latour 
Joseph A .Bradley 
J. K. Giasson 
P. Potvin 
A. Brotherston 
T. \UGlar-han 
Ren6 Gguon 
iiarvey Lautz 
. L. Gencrtau 
Aiii-elme Roy 
Miss M A.Lavoie- 
Calixte Gau hier 
J. Brosseau 
Alexis Millet 
Samuel Wile 
Ben A. Le Blanc 
A. MePbeiBon 
J. T. Hebert 
Edward Pelrine- 
A. Hamilton 
Henry Baldwin 
L. Guilbault 
John Gibbons 
Wm. Holditch 
Diryme Simard 
B. Wartmim 
iA McCl.vment 
J. B. A. La\our 
Walter Burton. 
Hugh Lipsett 
C. Laurier 
U. J. Walter 
A. Bourget 
John Auclair 
Joseph Charlanck 
Arch. Browning 

C Gagnon 
Wm. Williamson 
John Taylor 
Wm. Battle 
J . W. James 
Samuel J. Ulltz. 
A. B. Roy 
Wm. Lawson 
J. Sornberger 
S. McGibbin 
J. McK. Selkirk 
E. Learned 
George Leask 
John Sinclair 
John Lucy 
Joseph Lord 
F. S)njph(;rien 
Mrs. B. Conley 
Sarah Ji_ r tien.- 
H. McCutcheon- 
11. Lataivre 
Alex. Lefroy 
A D Leblanc 
A. Lehmin 
H. Lockhart 
Miss A. A.Storr 

A. B. Cameron 
H. Cowan 
John Wilkin 
A Cb.es.-er 
W. L. White 
D-iniel Clougb 
K. W. Abbott 
G. F. Le nard 
K. Le Blanc 
II. P Reynolds 
John Sanders 
D Mm in 
Cleopbe Cot 6 
Pierre Page 
K. Vahon 


Kohler 




Middlesex, S R... 
Yale BC 
Algom* 




Lunenberg .... N S 
N. Westm ster,B C 
Bruce W R 


Kootanay (sub) 
Korah 




Langside 




Waterloo, SR.... 
Kent . . . N B 


Laugstaff 


York. ER 
Norfolk. S K 
Stlkirk. M 


Kvuckibougnac 


Yainaska " Q 


Langvale 




Chateanguay . ... Q 
Cbicoutimi Q 


Lanoraie 


Berthier Q 


Labarre 




Leeds S R . . O 


L Anse a Giles 


Blontmagny Q 




Provencher . . . M 
St. John s Q 


L AnseauFoin 


L Acadie 
Lac a. la Tortuo 


L Anse aux Gascons 
Lansing 
L Anse St, Jean 


Bonaveuture .... Q 
York. E R 


L Assompti Q Q 
Jacques Carrier... Q 
Portneuf Q 
Portneuf Q 
Jacques Cartier . Q 


*Lacliinf, 
Lac St Joseph .... 
La Chevrotiere, 
Lu-hiiie Rapids 
Lachute Mill* 


Lantz 


Lunenburg N S 
Comptou Q 


U Hi trie 


La Petite Riviere ... 
La P. R. St. Francois 
LaPlaiue 


Quebec Q 




Terrebonue . . . . y 




Argentuil .. . Q 


* Lvpruirie. 


La Conception 


Ottawa Q 


La Presentation 


St. Ilyacinthe ... Q 




Lapland 




Terrebonne . Q 


L Ardoise 


Richmond N S 




L Islet Q 


Largie 


hlirin W R 




St John s Q 


Larochelle 




Lndner Liudiug ... 
Lady Bank 


N.Wesitninster.B ; 
Jrey. K R 


Larry s River 


Guysboro N S 


Lascelles 


Ottawa . . . Q 




Bellechasse Q 


I>askay 


York, N R 
L Assornpficn Q 
Norfolk, N R 


Liifontaine 
Laggan 


*iincoe. E R 
Jlengarry 
Huntingdon .... Q 


La Salette 


La Vane 
Laterriere 


Muckuka 


La Have Cross Roads 
L ak Ainslie(w. s.) 
Lake Ainslie (e. s.) . 
Lake Aiuslie (s. s ).. 
Lake Aylnier 


Lunenburg N S 


n \ erness N S 






Inverness N S 


Latona 
Latour s Mills . ... 


Grey, SR 
Pontiac Q 


Inverness N s 
Wolfe . Q 


La i tie s Brook 


Hants N S 




Quebec .... Q 


Laurel 


Wellington, N R. 
L Assomption ... Q 
King s P E l 


Lakehu n 


Westmoreland. N B 
Grey. X R O 
K 


Laurentides 


Lake Charles 
Lake Deception 


launching Place ... 
Lnuzon 


Lev-is Q 


Lake Dote 
Lake Kgmont 
Lake Ktchemin 


Renfrew, N R.... 
Halifax N S 


Uival 
Laval trie 


Montmorency Q 
Berthier Q 


Dorchester Q 
\rgeuteuil Q 


La van t 


Lana t k N R U 


Lavender 


Simcoe S R 


Lakefi -Id 


King s N B 


L Aveuir 


Dminmond Q 
Queen s N B 


*Lakr field 


felerboro . ER... 
Listrar M 


Law6eld 


Lake Frances 


Lawrence Station ... 
Lawrence Station ... 
Lawrencetsnun ... . 


Charlotte N B 


Like George 


York N B 


Kluiu. W R . ... 

Annapolis N S 


Lake George 


Kind s \ S 




Yarmouth ... N 


Lawrencetown 
LawrenoeoiUt 

Lawson . . 


Halifax N S 
Shetlord Q 
Queen s N B 




Peterbnro , E R... 
3umberland ....N S 
Inverness N S 
Huron K R 




Lake LAW 


Layton 


Ontario * R.. .. 


Likolet 


Iji^adbury 
* Leamington .... 


Huiou. S R 
Essex. S R 




Krontenac 


Lake Paul 


King s \ S 


Learned t loin 


Conipton Q 
Ontario N* R 


Lakeport 


Vorthumb, E R. 
Albert . N B 




Lake Koad 




Wellington, CR.. 

Car eton... 


Likwside 


Oxford. N R 


Le Breton Flats 


Lakerti. Mary 


Ottawa Q 


Leclercville 
Le C. D Arthab:isk,i 
Ledue 


Lotbiniere Q 
Arthabatka Q 
Charlotte . N 15 


Lake Stream 


Kent . N B 


Like Tallon 


Dist.ofNipissing O 


LakeTemiscamingue 


* Leeds 


Mei^antic Q 


\ntig"nishe. ...N S 
Queen s N H 
Argenteuil Q 
Oarleton \ li 
King s N S 


l^eds Village 
[jt j t;tjvre 


.Vlegautic Q 

f*re*oott . 


Lakeview 
Lakeview 


L froy 
Ijegerville . 




Lakevill" 
Lakeville 


Kant .... N B 


Lehman Landing ... 
Leicester 




Lakeville Corner ... 
Lake vVeedon 


Sunbury N B 
Wolfe Q 


Cumberland ....N S 


Leinster 


L Ainable 


Hastii gs, N R... 
York E R 


Ijeitches Creek 


Cape Breton... N S 
Givy, N R 


(,eitb 
Leitrim 


L smartine 


[, Islet Q 


Lambeth 


Middlesex, S R... 
Beauce Q 






Lambt<m 






Lam .tim Mills 
Lamlash 
Lxmon 


York, W R. 
(irev, S R 
Middlesex N R.. 
Lanark. N R 
Glengarry 
MuskokaA PSd. 
Beauharnois 
King s N B 


Lemon ville 


Ontario, W R.... G 
Richmond ... N S 
Sherbiooke Q 
Charlotte N B 
L Assomption ... Q 
Charlotte N K 
Atitiapolis .... N S 


Lennox Kerry 


* Lanark 
Lmcasier 
Lancelot 


Leonard ville 


L Kpiph inifi 


Ltprpti-ux 


Landreville 




Lauds Hud 


Le.s Dalles . 


Land Villa 


Montmagnv" Q 
Huron, W R 
Peterboro . KR... 


Les Ebnulemens 
Les Ectireuils 
Les Escoumains... 


Cburlevoix Q 


Laues 
Lang 


Portneuf Q 
Saituenay Q 



L79J 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


3Jes Gr. Bergeronnes 








A * * h TvT~a 


- _----- 


Leskard 


Durham W R .. 


Wm Ti"h 




YnrL- IV T* A 




Leslie 


York, E R 


Geo. Leslie, jun. 


Lobo 


Middlesex S R 


T S Kd wards 


Les Pet.Bergeronues 


Saguenay 


R. Bouilliane 


Lochnber 






Letellier 


Provencher M 


Rev. Mr. Peltier 


Lochaber Bay 


Ottawa Q 




Lethbridge 


Ontario, N R 


G. E. L^hmann 


Lochalsh 


Huron W R 


T D- VTurHnnlr 


L Etete 


Charlotte N B 


James McLean 


Lock bar tville 


Kjmr s N ^ 




Letterkenny 


Renfrew. 8 R .... O 


J. Gallagher 


Loch Garry 






Leuis 


Levis Q 


Klxear Bedard 


Lochiel 




DR \TnVTi1Inn 


Lewis Bay 


Cape Breton ...N S 


Duncan N Gillis 


Lochinvar 






Lewis Head 


Shelburne N S 


Wm. Herkins 




St John N H 






Ontario N R 


J G Taylor 








Lewis Mountain .... 


Westmoreland N B 


Jas. Lounsbury 


Lochside 


Richmond N S 


D McDougall 


Lewisville 


Westmoreland N B 


Stephen Mills 




Renfrew S R -0 




Libbytown 


otanstead Q 


James, Libby 




Shelburne N S 






Kent 


D D Purdy 










Middlesex, N R... 


Alex Smith 








Lifford 


Durham, E R . ... 


Miss J. Fowler 


Lockville 






Lillooet 


Cariboo BC 


H. Featherstone 


Lodi 






Lily 


Cumberland. . N S 


R. S. Purdy 


Logan s Tannery.... 


Pictou N S 




Lily Lake 


King s N B 


D. H. Wbelpley 




Pictou N S 


AT \fr-TTa\r 


Lily Lake 


Algoma 


S T Norton 




Lambton W R 




Lily Oak 


Grey. N R 


James Bruce 


Lombardy 


Leeds N R 




Lime Hill 


Inverness N S 


A. Campbell 


Lon desborough. 


Huron S R 


W L Ouimette 


Lime Hill 


King s NB 


Thos. Scribner 


*Isiwidon 




H J C Dawson 




Halton . 






MM flip SAY R 1 R O 




Limekiln 


York N B 


Neil McKinnon 


Londonderry 


King s ... N S 






Hastings, E R. . 










Lime Ridge 


Wolf 


J. H. Barker 




Queen s P E I 




Lime Rock 


Pictou N S 


Miss McDonald 


Long Creek 


Queen s N B 






Sunbury N B 


H B Mitchell 




Ontario N R 




Linda 


Compton Q 


Daniel B. Hall 


Tjonej Island 


King s N S 




Linden 


Cumberland... N S 


G. B. Hunter,sen. 








Linden Valley 


Victoria, SR 


James Allison 


Long Point 


Hochelaga Q 


F Vinet 




Victoria, S R 








D Chisholm 




Carleton ... N B 


Alex Lindsay 




King s N B 




Lineboro 


Stanstead Q 




Long Reach .. 


Kind s N B 


W H Williams 




Cape Breton N S 


R McDonald 




Queen s P E I 






Beauce Q 






Carleton N B 






York N R 


Joseph Lynn 




Cham bly Q 






Sunbury N B 






Middlesex S R 


Daniel Nicolls 


Lintrathen 


Marqnette M 




Lonsdale 


Hastings E R 




Linwood 


Waterloo. N R ... 


Robert Y. Fish 


Lord s Cove 


Charlotte N B 


Mrs H Barker 


Lion s Head 


Bruce. N R 


P. W. Stuart 








Lisbon 


Oxford. N R 


Peter Glebe 




Cardwell 






Bruce W R 


Daniel Teskey 




Selkirk M 


J B Gauthier 




Guysboro N 8 


fames Hemlow 


* V Orignal 




W Wright 


Liscomb Mills 


Guysboro .... N S 


S. Creighton 


Lome 


Bruce, W R 


James Jack 


Lisgar Station 


Drummond Q 


George Moore 










Simpoe S. R ... 


T. H. Harrison 








L Islet 


L Islet Q 


MrsM Ballantint 


Lome 


Pictou N S 






1 J ictou .... N S 






Colchester N S 




*Listowel 


Perth. N R U 


W. H. Hacking 




Victoria N R 




Little Bass River ... 


Colchester N S 


W. C. Lewis 


Lorneville 


Cumberland N S 


Thos. V. Jackson 


Little Branch 


Northumb d... N B 


J. McNaughton 


Lorrair.6 ,. 


Cardwell 


John Mills 


Little Bras D Or .... 


Cape Breton... N S 


John H. Christie 




Cape Breton.. N S 


John McMillan 


Little Britain 


Victoria, S R 


John Broad 


Lost River 






Little Current 


Algoma 


Isaac Turner 








Little Cape 


Westmoreland N B 


T. P. Legere 


Lot 1 


Prince P E 1 


P Dal ton 


Little Forks 


Kent N B 




1 4. 


Prince P E I 




Little Glace Bay . .. 


Cap** Breton N S 


J J McDonald 


( 6. 


Prince P E I 


A Hardy 


Little Harbour . .. 


King s P E I 


Andrew Mooney 


* 8 


Prince ... P E I 




Little Harbour . .. 


Pictou N 8 


James ritewart 


10 


Prince P E I 


Josiah Powe 


Little Judique . .. 


Inverness .. N S 




11. 


Prince P E I 




Little Lepreaux . .. 


Charlotte N B 


Oscar Hanson 


12 


Prince . . P E I 




Little Lorraine . .. 


Cape Breton... N 5! 


J. McDonald 


14. 


Prince P E I 




Little Mabou . 


Inverness N S 


A McPhie 


16. 


Prince P E 1 




Little Narrows . .. 




Hugh McAskil 


30 


Queen s P E I 




Little Rideau 




Robert Ross 


35 


Queens P E 1 


H. McLeod 


Little Ridge 


Albert N B 


Geo Bartlett 


45. 


King s P E I 


H McDonald 


L. River (Coverdale) 


Albert N B 


W. Leeman 


56 


Kind s P E 1 


Wm Norton 


Little River (Elgin). 


Albert N B 




67 


Queen s P E I 


John McKenzi6 


Little River 


Sunbury N B 


M. H. Coburn 


Lothair 


Selkirk M 


Z Bailev 


Little River 


Cumberland .. N S 


J. L. Purdy 


Lotus . 


Durham, E R . ... 


Samuel McCabo 


Little River 


Disrby N S 


P. W. Frost 




Argenteuil Q 


W. Watchorn 


Lit.Riv.(Mid.Musq ) 


Halifax N S 


T McMullen 


Louisbwrg . 


Cape Breton N S 


Miss W. Kennedy 


Little Rocher 


Albert N B 






Grey S R 


8 B Wilson 


Little Sands 


King s FBI 


D. Munn 






L A. Baribeau 


Little Shemogue . ... 


Westmoreland, N B 




Louisville 


Bothwell 


L. H. Arnold 


Lit. Shippigan, W 


Gloucester .... N B 


Mary Wilson 






Geo. Natieau 


Little Tignish 


Prince PET 


JeVome Buote 


Lourdes 


Russell ... 


Wm Lawless 


Littleton 


Marquette . . . . M 


F. J. Stacpoole 


Lovat 


Bruce, S R <~> 


D. Aitk^n 


Little Tracadie 


Antigonishe .. N S 


Win. Symonds 


Lovat 


Pictou . ... N S 


James Fraser 


Littlewood. .. 


Shelburue N S 


Jas Littlewocfd 




Simcoe E R 


W D Lovering 


Little York 


Queen s P E I 


Robert Lawson 


Low . 


Ottawa . . Q 




Liverpool 


Queen s N S 


Alexander Cowie 








Liverpool Market ... 


Ontario, WR 


W. C. Albion 
[8 


Lower Abougoggin. i 

0] 


Wcstmoreland.N B 


D. Borndreau 



1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



81 



POST OFFICE. 



I ELECTORAL DISTRICT. ! POSTMASTER. 



Lower Argyle Yarmouth N S J. F McUrren 

Lower Barney s Riv. I I ictou N S D. McDonald 

Carleton N BJ 

Guyhborough...N S A. R. McDonald 

King s N S C. F. Eaton 

York N B.Robert Hall 

Albert N B! 

(Gloucester N. B Jaques Genais 

Pictou N 3 J no. Me Kmzie 

Cumberland... N S Clark Foster 
Albert N B W. iteeves 



Lower Brighton 

Lower Caledonia .. 

Lower Canard 

Lower Canterbury.. 

Lower Cape 

LDwer Caraquet-".. 
Lower Cariboo Riv 

Lower Cove 

Lower Co venial e 



Lower East Pubnico 



Yarmouth N S L.-o. V. Amiro 



Lower Economy |Colchester.......N S Levi Faulkner 

Lower Five Islands. Colchester N S John Broderick 

Lower Fort Garry... I Lisgar M 

Lower Freetown ... Prince P K I 



L. French Village... 
Lower Gagetown .. 
Lower Gntnville ... 
Lower Hayneville... 

Lower Ireland 

Lower La Have 

LOIVKT U Ard i&e. ... 
L. Line Queensbury 

Lower Maccau 

Lower Montague . ... 

Lower Nappan 

Lower Newcastle.... 

Lower Pereaux 

Lower Poquiock 

Low. Priuce William 



George Burns 

York N B Dan l McKiniay 

Queens N B Chs. FI. hbbett 

Annapolis ... N S .T K. Winchestei 

York N B William H. Elioi 

Megantic Q Henry M"oney 

Lunenburg ... N ri Joseph Oxner 

Richmond N S J. Mitheson 

York N IS J. S. Cliff 

Cumberland.... N S Wm. Sharp 

Kind s P K I Mrs. S Joln.ston 

North mti rl d. N B A. Campbnll 
North mberl d N IT John Delaney 

Kinii- s N 3 

York N Ii!W. T. Fraser 

York N B Chas>. A. Iloyt 



Lower Prospect (Halifax IS 



Lower Qiieensbury.. 
Iiower River Ilebert 
L. River Inhabi auts 



York N 



S S. F. Blackburn 
B 



Cumberland ...N S John Landels 
Richmond N B Joseph McCarthj 



Lower S.iU Springs.. | King s N 1! Jas. M. Campbel 

Lower Seimuli , Hants N S A. Anthony 

L.Set, Mid. River ...: Victoria N S Win. McCharles 

i Antiaonishe .. N S 
Halifax N S Mrs. M. O Brinn 



L. Set. South River. 
L. Ship Harbour 



L. Southampton 

Lfiwer Slewi-icke ... 
Lower Turtle Creek 



Lower Wakefield 
Lower Wasbabuck 
Lower Wentworth. 
L. West Pubnico . 
L. Wood Harbour . 
Lower Woodstock . 

Low Point 

Lowville 

Lozier Settlement . 

*Lucan 

Lucerne 

*Lw,know 



York N B tii-o. Grosvenor 

Colchester N S F. H. Holebwortl, 

Albert N Bi G. A. Filliaore 



Carleton N B 

Victoria N S Alex. J. McNeil 

Cumberland... N S Samuel Bianey 

Yarmouth X S M. D Enlremoni 

Shelivurne N S.S. K. Mood 

Carleton N B|J. H. Dugan 

Invernei-s N S Angus McMastoi 

Halton A. B. Cullodeu 

Gloucester N B Win. L izier 

Middlesex. N R . William Porte 

Ottawa Q R Blackburn 

(Bruce, WR 0; M. Campbell 

Ludlow I Nor thumb N B John Murphy 

Luinley [Perth, SR Wm. Diiinin 



Lunenburg 

Lunenburg 

Lurgan 

Lutes Mountain 

Lutlier 

Lutherville 

Luton 



LynlfM 

Lyndhurst ... 

Lynedoch 

Lynn 

Lynntield .... 
Lynn Valley 

Lynnville 

Lyons 

Lysander 

Lyster 

Lygter Station 



Storm .nt O 

Lunenburg N 

Brm-e, W R 



F. Kirkpa trick 
Mrs A M.Rudi>lp> 
Jas. Me riudle 



Wentirioreland N B A. M. Bunnell 
Wellington, N R. " 



Brockville t) 

Kl-on, h,R 

Rrockille <> 

Wentworth, N R. 



Wm Ross Scott 
L. Marshall 
E.J. Fiutchinson 
N. R. Gardner 
Rinear Haues 



Leeds, S R Henry Green 



Norfolk, S R 



Wni. A Charlto , 



Colchester N S James K Lewis 

Charlotte N BlJohn Q. Getchel 

Norfolk, S R Eben Edmonds 

Norfolk. N R .... A. A. Stewart 

Kljjin, F. R 

Megantic Q! Finlay Wark 

Megantic QScints. King. jun. 

Megantic Q Alfred Kooseau 



Lyttleton I Northumberl d N B J. A. Somerg 



Yale BC B Belanger 

York N B Chas. F. Hoben 



Cape Breton ...N S 



Queen s N B 1 Nevin Me Alpine 



Lyttnn 

McAdam Junction.. 

Me Adam s Lake 

McAlpine 

Me Arras Brook 

McAulay g 

McCrimmon 

McDonald s Corner . [Queen s ." N B 

McDonald s Corners, i Lanark, N R 

McDonald s Point ...JQueen g N B 

F 



Daniel Mclsaac 



Antlgonishe....N 8 

Victoria N S 

I Glengarry 



A. McOillivray 
N. McAnlav 
Daniel Barrett 
II Humphries 
Wm. Lock 
D. N. Smith 



POST OFFICE. 



McDougall Sett 

Mi Garry 

vioGinley 

McGrath Mountain. 

McGregor 

McGregor Station.. 

Vlclntosh Mills 

Mclver 

Mclntyre 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT I POSTMASTER. 

Westmoreland N B [Col. McDougaH 

Lanaik. N R 

Weitmorel d.. N B Vital Breau 

Pictou N S D. Cameron 

Essex, S R 0| W. J. Tworay 



Marquette M 

Leeds. S R 

Bruce, N R 

Giey, Jfi R 

Kent . . . N B 



Muskokaft PSd. 



T R. Vardon 
Jos. J. Mclntosb 
J hn Mclver 
Arch. Mel D tyre 
.lohn McKee 



VlcKf.e 8 Mills . 

McKellar , 

McKiniay Lanark N RJKobt. McKinla 

McKenzie s Corner.. ! Car let OB N B Juhn Y Hoyt 



S. Armstrong 



McKinnon s Harbor i Victoria N S 

McLaughlan !Northumberl d,N B 

McLaughliu Road ... Kent N B 



McLellati s Mount n 
Brook.... 



McLeods ............... 

Vlc. -eod s Mills ....... 



Pictou N S 



Donald QJllte 

Ira Hicks 
And. Frager 



Pictou N Si Alex. Fraser 

Cape Breton. . N Si 

Kent JN B I Simon Birriault 



VIcVlartin s I oiut ... [Pontiac ............ Q Peter McMartin 



MoNamee i Northumb N B 







F. McNamee 
D. Mo) hail 



N S James Smitli 
. ... 0| Henry Ripncy 



MePhail ;Linark. S R. 

VIcPherson s Ferry. iRichm-uid.... 

Maberly Lanark. S R . 

Mabiw Inverness N S Hugh McDonald 

Mab. >uCoal Mines... Inverness N S;D. Beaton 

Mabou Harbour Inverness N S|D. McDonald 

Mabou liar. Mouth. | Inverness N Sj Lewis McKeen 

Maccan Cumberland... N S Robt. D. Roach 

MacDougall Prince P K l| 

Mackey s Mills Dis. ot Nip ssing.O, W. Mnckey 

Mac.keyV Station.... | Renfrew. N R.... (>|Jas. Duulop 

Vlackville King s N B Jno. McCormack, 

Mace s Bay Charlotte N I! Win McGowan 

Micnamar nd Richmond. ... N S las. Macnainara 

Macnider Rinv Uski QJL Miis Decneue 

Mactaqnack -York N B: James Mitchell 

Mac-ton .Wellington, C R.. O Mrs. MtCormack 

Maiville jCardwell **eth Wilson 

Maddington Arthabaska Q F. II St. Germain 

Maddock Prim-e P E I James Mattix 

Mider s Cove ! Luuenhnrg ... N S, E. A. Strum 

*Marloc j listings. N R ... 0| Wm. H. O Hynn 

Magasrnadavie j York N B Mrs. A. R. Vail 

Vlagdalen Inlands.... ; Gaspe Q Lueieri Briund 

Magenta Rouville Q 1 Jacques Ftmrnier 

Waynejawan Muskoku& V Sd. D McMillan 

laguire MiUdk-wz, N R . o Alexander Todd 

Muff"ff Stanptead QjGeo. O Son/erg 

Magoon sPoint ,Stanstead Q! Aaron Magoon 

Sagueuay QjMr. Bosse 



York 



Magundy 

Mahim . Kay . . 

Maidstone Essex. N R 

Mainadieu. Cape Breton... N S 

Maitlaud Gn-nville, S R. ... 

Stavland ; Hants N S 



N B James ilenry 
... N S 







T. B. Allu 



Clara Rigby 
Julm Dumbrille 
Alexander Roy 
i Annapolis ... N S W H. Duke.shira 

Maitland Yarmouth N B W. 8. Porter 

Malagas!) (Cumberland... N SI Robert Uaillie 

Malagas!) Point jCumberland ... N B J. W. Treen 

Malagawatch Inverness N S[L. McDonald 

Malakoff Carleton OIThos. Johnston 

Malcolm Bruce. S R O Daniel Sullivan 

vialignant Cove | Antigonishe.... N SJ Angus Me Isaac 

Millorytown Leeds. S R O ( R. W. Tennant 

Malmaison JMissisquoi Q James Crotbers 

Maloue Hastings, N R ... Geo. Rirbardson 

Malton Peel 

Malta Ontario. N R.... 

Mnlvern ...., 

B Manc/ienlfr U u,. lw , 4 , tv wi 

Lambton. W R... J G. Finch 

Victoria, S R O J. K. Ockendon 

Ottawa Q 

Algoma J. II. Stinson 

viaiiiwaki Ottawa Q C Logue 

Manners Sutton York N B Walter Piercy 

Waterloo, S R.... D L. Kuechtel 

( arleton u G. L. Dickinson 

Halton A. Wooding 

Vlansfield Isimcoe. S R M Colquhoim 

vlansfield i Cumberland .. N S Thomas Seaman 

Min.mnville-1 iiUrrn... Brome Q John I? Heath 

\tannv>nville Station Brome Q C M. Bowker 

Maple iYork,WR OtJ.P. Rupert 



Maudamin 
Vanilla ... 
Manitou ... 
Manit iwaning 



Thos. Whyte 

K R 0,0. M. Jacques 

Ontario, N R O 



*M m 
Mansewood 



[81] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. , ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSl MASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


Haply Hay 
Maple Creek 


Vancouver B C 
Assiniboia Territ i 
Restigoache... N L 
Middlesex, .E R . I 
Megantic (^ 
Bruois, 8 R C 
Megantic . Q 


W. Beaumont 
L. W. Fauquier 
Dailies Kramer 
Thomas Buun 
H. Cross, jun. 
iWm- H McGaw 
A. McHarg 
Win. Kearney 
Edward Canne \ 
James Melviile 
Wm. G. Planch 
Alex. W. Smith 
George Howison 
B. Knight 
W. A. Colpits 
W. A. Lodge 

John 0. Flander 
Chris. G. Bean 
John Stone 

Wm. Ashfield 
Mrs. S Hamilton 
George Emery 
J. B. Bishop 
W. H. Berry 
G. Rivett 
Chas. Powley 
Jos. McDonald 
J. McFarlane 
J. 1\ Lawrence 
T. A. Margeson 
George Mayhue 
Mrs. A. P. Cyr 
Alexis Degrace 
J. P. McFarlane 
Elisha Hawbolt 

Wm. Edwards 
W J. McFarland 
Ebenezer Burk 
Alfred Markham 
John Marks 
Mrs. D. Allan 
Jos. Thompson 
John Hislop 
D. Bentley 
Robert Butchart 
P. Potterfield 
M. MoQuarrie 


Maui erviile 


Sunburv N , 
Dighv . ." N f 
Slu-Bord ( 


3 W. H. Bent 
5 A L. Deveau 
i L M.Hungertbrd 

). J. Me K wen 
) Wesley Long 
) Mrs. M. Mayer 
> John Dal ton 
1 M m. Spiers 
) Jas. Simpson 
> H. Z. Cassell 

C. W. Switzer 
! D. L. Layrou 
Mrs. D. Dillman 
A. B. McDonald 
;A!ex. Moore 
George Archer 
Wm. West 
Thos. Tweed 
I) McDonald 
Wm. Miller 
Adam Mclnnis 
Miss 3. St. Clair 
James Brown 
John McMorin 
Wm. Beattie 
R. T. Cundle 

A. Mailloux 
! Wm. Mundell 
James Stewart 
B. Spinney 
Caleb Johnson 
Henry Scott 
James Stevens 
S. C. Charters 
James Mather 
Isaac Williams 
E. P. Snider 
ignace Mercier 
Wm. Dunn 
E. B. Hopper 
H. A. Miller 
V. Boyee 
Samuel Jakes 
John Wilson 
Gilbert Schooley 
J. P. Gagnou 
George Gormon 
F. J. L. Comeau 
John Rolston 
Joseph Fournier 
Mrs. R. Gleed 

Robt. Agnew 
George Potts 
W. Thompson 

Stuart 


Mavillette 
Mawcook 
Maxville 


Mapie Green 


Maple Grove 


Maple Grove . . 


Maxwell 
Mayerville 


Grey, E R ( 

Russell < 
Middlesex, W R. ( 
Peel C 


Maple Hill 
Maple Hill 


Maplehurst 
Maple Island 


Uarluton N D 
MuskokaA PSd. 
Victoria. E R , ... 


Mayfield 




Grenville, S R ... ( 
Hastings, N R ... C 
Ottawa (, 


Maplo Lake , 


Maynooth 
Mayo 
Meadow Lea 


Maple Leaf 


Maple Lodge 


Middlesex, NR.;, 
N. Westminster B C 
Elgin. E R 


Maple Ridge 


Meadnwvale 
*Mfaford . ... 


PeeL C 
Grey, E R C 


Mapleton 


Mapleton 


Albert N B 


Meagher s Grant ... 
Meat, Cove 


Halifax N * 


Mapelton 


Cumberland... N S 
Simcoe, N R 
Victoria N B 


[Victoria N S 


Maple Valley 
Maple View 


Mechanics Set 


King s N 1 
Muskoka& PS d. C 
King s .... N S 


Maplewood 
Maquapit Lake 
Mar 


Oxford. N R 
Sunbury N B 
Bruce N R O 


Medford 


Medicine Hat 


Assiniooia Tdrrit > 
Oxford, N R 
Simcoe, E R 
Pictou. N S 


Medina 


Marathon 


Lanark, N R 
Inverness A S 


Marble Mountain ... 
Marble Rock 


Meiklefield 


Leeds, S R 


Mekiwin 


Marquette M 


Marbleton 


Wolfe 




Grey E R 


March 


Carletou 




Richmond Q 


Marchhurst 


Oarleton 


* Melbourne 


Richmond Q 


Marchmoiit 


Simeoe, N R ... . 






Marden 


Wellington, S R. 
Inverness N S 




Muskoka&PS d. 
Beauharnois .... Q 
Hastings, E R .. 
Guysboro N S 


Margaree Harbour.. 
Margaree Forks 


Melocheville 


Inverness N S 
Annapolis N S 


Mel rose 


JUarffaretsville 
Margate 


Melrose 


Prince .. P E I 


Melvern Square 
Melville 


Annapolis N S 
Prince Edward... 
Card well 


Maria 


Bonaventure Q 
Uonaventure Q 
King s P E I 


Maria Capes 


Melville Cross 


Marie Bridge :... 


VIemel 


Albert N B 


Marie Joseph 


Quvsboro N S 


Mp.mramcook 


Westmoreland N B 
Northumb d.ER. 
Muskoka&PS d. 
Selkirk M 


Marion Bridge 


3ape Breton... N 8 
Snntingdon ... . Q 


Menie 


Maritana 




* Markdale 


Grey,S R 


Menota . 


*Markhain 
Markka m ville 


York. ER 


Mercier 


Mootmagny . . . , Q 

Pictou . .. N S 


king s N B 


Merigomishe... 


Maiksville 




Merivale Carleton f\ 


Marlbank 


Castings, E R ... 
Beauce .. Q 


Merlin .... 


Kent 


Marlow 


VIermaid Farm 
* Afi-rrickmlU 


Queen s PEI 
Grenville, N R... 
Grey, K R... U 


Marmiou 
Marmora 


Grey, N R 
Hastings, N R ... 
Marquette M 


Merritt 


Marney 




Lincoln 


Maruoch 
Marringburst 


Inron, W R 
Harquette M 
junenburg ... N S 
Compton ....... Q 


tf etabechouan 


Chicoutimi Q 
Digby N S 


Marriott s Cove 
Marsboro 


Benj. Millet 
J. F. Mclver 
J. D. Morrison 
Malcolm Ross 
E. J. Haines 
I. Robertson 
Wm. Tomlinson 

Edward Lee 
Angus McDonald 
Wm. F. Auger 
Thomas Jessop 
Edmund Shupe 
George Strum 
Andrew Foulds 
Fred. Pierce 
J. G. Warring 
D >lin Ohisholm 
Denis Hayes 
G. W. Foster 
James G. Ross 

T. 0. Lamarche 
P. Bertrand 
J. 0. Brlanger 
George Robson 
Luther Abbot 

3eo. C. Stephens 
I. 0. Henault 
3. L. Pelletier 
). Fraser 
lohn McGregor 
ohn Matheson 
^ev. A. Carion 
Vlex. Pitriquin 
3has. A. McCoo) 


Metaghan River.... 
Metcalfe 


Digby N S 


Russell 




Compton Q 


Methot s Mills 
Metchosin 


Lotbiniere Q 


Marsh 


Pictou N S 


Victoria B C 


Marshall s Town .... 
Marshfinld 


Di j-by N S 


Metis 


Kimouski ... Q 


Queen s P E I 
Ontario, N R .... 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Monek 


Metropolitan. .. 


Perth. S R 


Marsh Hill 




Wellington, C R. 
Northumberla d. 
Marquette M 


Marsh Lake 


Meyersburg 


Marsh ville 




Marshy Hope 


Pictou N S 


Michael s Bay.. 


Algoma 


Marston 


Norfolk, S R 


Michipicoten Island 
Michipicoton River. 
Micksburg 


Algoma ... 




Wellington, OR. 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Glengarry 


Algoma 0[ 


E. H. Penny 
George Mick 
Cyprain Skerrv 
A. McDonald 
Jos. Thompson 
.Tas. Davis 
Fred. Salsman 
Cnas. Trites 
A. G. Morton 
C. R Pernette 
David Leary 
T. Hutherley 
R. Kaulbeck 
Daniel DeCow 
Hugh McKay 
lames Innis 
3has. L. McLeod 
lector Nedau 
Alex. Smith 
1. D. Crowdia 
J . Cavanaeh 
Tas McDonnell 
J. W. Melville 
a. Croukhill 
lobn Dickie 
r. Gulliven 


Martin s Point 
Martin s River 
Martintown 


Renfrew. N R... . 
Cumberland ...N S 
3ape Breton... N S 
Lisgar M 




Middle Cape 


Martinville 


Compton Q 


Middle Church .. .. 


Marvelville 


Russell 


Middle Clyde River. 
Middle Co. Harbour. 
Middle Coverdale. ... 
Middlefield 


Shelburne N 8 
Guysboro N S 
Albert N B 




Antigonishe... N S 
Hastings, E R ... 
York N B 


Marysville 


Marysville 


Queen s N S 


Mary vale 


Antigonishe .. N S 
Albert N B 


MiddleLallaveFerry 
Middle Manchester. 
Mkldlemarch 


^uuentmrg ... N S 
Jluysborough.. N S 
Elgin, WR 
Halifax N S 


Mary s Point 




L Assomption ... Q 
Ottawa Q 


Masham Mills 


Middle Mtusqundoboit 




Maskinonge Q 
Middlesex, E R . 
Staustend ... Q 


Middlesex, W R. 
Shelburne N ,S 
Halifax N S 




Middle Ohio 




Middle Porter s Lake 
Middle River . 


Massie 


Giey.N R o 
Colchester ... N S, 
Maskinonge .... Q 


Victoria N S 


Middle St. Francis- 
Middle Sackville . ... 
M.Sec.N.K. Margaree 
M.Set.Barnev sKiver 
Middle Set S River * 


Victoria N B 




Westmoreland, N B 
n>-erness N S 
>ictou N S 




EUmouski Q 
Uonaventure Q 
Renfrew, S R . ... . 
Victoria N S 




Matawatchan 


intigonishe... N S|. 
)arleton N B ( 
fork N B 




Middle Sitninonds ... i 
MiddleSouthampton 
Middle Stewiacke ... |< 
Middleton. . ,. i 


Matsqui ...". 


N.Westminster,BC 
OYilehester . . . . B C ^ 
Dist. Nipissing... 0,( 


Mattatall Lake 
*JUattau>a... 


Colchester N s|. 
Innapolis... .. N S . 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



83 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Middleton Vriuce PKT Win. Roberts 

Middle Town iGnysboro K S L. Walker 

*aiddlmille I Lanark, N R Wm. Croft 

Midgell I Kings P E 1 J. F. McKay 

Midgic I Westmoreland N B Mariner Hicks 

Midhurst ..... . iSimcoe, N R Genrge Smaath 

*Midland . .. Simcoe, E R T B. Gladstone 



Midland 

Mid L *thian 

Midville Branch . 

Midway 

Milburn 

Milby 

Atildmay 

Mile End 

Milford 

Milford 

Milford 



MilfordHavenBridge 

Milford Station 

Milford 

Milkish 

Millar s Corners 

Millarton 

Millbank 

Millbank 

Mill Bridge 

* MM Brook 

Mill Brook 

Mill Brook 

Millbrook 

Mill Cove 

Mill Cove 

Millcove 

Mill Creek 

Milledgeville 

Mille Isles 

* Mille Roches 

Miller s Creek 

MilUrton 

Mille Vaches 

Millfield 

Mill Grove 

Mill Haven 

Milliken 

Millington 

Mill Settlement 

Millstream ... 

Millsville 

MiUisrwn 

Milltown 

Mill View 

Mill Village 

Millville 

Millville 

Milnesville 

Milton 

Milton, East 

Milton Station 



King s N B A. M. Sherwood 

Munknka A P ? d.,0 Geo. Wlielpton 
Luoenburg.. .N S Jos. Kothnice 

Albert .N B I. Wilbtnd 

King s P E I Edw. Mullins 

rtherbrooke QiDavidBoyce 

Bruce, E R 0|Geo. Diebold 

(lochelaga Q;J- R. Lapointe 

Prince Edward... OjJohn Batton, sen 
Annapolis ... N S; Isaac Floyd 

St. John N B,John Irvine 

Guysboro N S T. McDonald 

Hants NS|T. Andrew 

Selkirk M|R. Z. Rogers 

King s N B John Scott 



Grenville, N R... O 
Bruce, W R.... . 



David Millar 
Robert Millar 
Wm. Rutherford 



Perth. N R 

Northumber .N Bj David McHardy 
Hastings, N R ... R. M. Norman 
Durham, E R ... Wm. Vance 

Pictou N S James Fraser 

Queen s N B David Hughes 

Selkirk M R.K.Sutherland 

Lunenburg ... N S J. W. Jollymore 

Queen s N B Jacob Burns 

Queen s P E I Wm. McGrath 

Kent N BiWm. Ward 

St. John N B John G. Tobin 

Argenteuil Q John Westgate 

Cornwall OlWm. N. Tate 



Hants N S 

Northumber d..N B 
Saguenay Q 



Thos. Malcolm 
J. C. Miller 
J. A. Piuze 



Megantic QJThos. McKenzie 



Weutworth,N R. 

Lennox 

York. E R 



W. H Berney 
Jag. Franklin 
W. H. Ferguson 



Brome Q | Aylmer Place 

Sunbury N B.N. Hoyt 

King s N B J. A. Fenwick 

Pictou N S Robert Young 

Charlotte N B Thos. W.Butler 

Gloucester .... N B[R. Montgomery 

Queen s P E I John R. Bourke 

Queen s N 8 H. H. Mack 

King s N S Emerson Gates 



York N B 

York, E R 

Queen s N 8 

Shefford Q 

Queen s P E I 



*MMon,West Halton 



Milverton | Perth, N R . 

Mimico | York, W R.. 



Miminegash 

Mimosa 

*Mindf.n 

Mindemoya 

Mineral 

Minesing 

Mingan 

Minnewashta 

Minuet i osa 

JUinudie . 



M. 8. Ryan 
John Gregory 
E Kempton 
Thos. Hasket 
John McNeill 
John Lyon 
John Pierson 
Robert Wixon 

Prince P E I Richard Costain 

Wellington, S R. OJN. Read 

Victoria, NR OJC. D. Curry 

Al^oma 0] Francis Wagg 

Oarleton N B James Guest 

Simcoe, N R OJMrs. M. Ronald 

Saguenay Q| 

Marquette M 



Marquette M 



J. S. Armitage 



Cumberland ... N S 

MiraGut jCape Breton... N S SusannahMartel 

Mirabel ! T wo Mountains . Q I F. Raymond 

Miranda iMissisquoi Q S. B. Derick 

Miscou Light House! Gloucester N B! Robert Rivers 

Miscouche j Prince P E IlG. Des Roches 

Mispec St. John N BjJos. Stanl-y, jr 

Mississippi Station. ! Addington Norman Clark 

MtieheU Perth, S R Wm. W. Hicks 



Mitchell s Bay 



Kent 



Mitchell Square Simcoe. E R 

Moe s River Compton . 



Moffat Halton. 

Mohawk Brant. S R 

Mohr s Corners Lanark, N R 

Moira I Hastings, N R ... 



C. W. Raymond 
Wm. Mitchell 
A. L. Brown 






q 



OJJ. K. Ellis 
Chas. Mohr 
Henry Green 



P03TOFFICE. 



Moisie 
Molesworth 



Moltke ............ 

MouHghan ............ 

Monck .................. 

Monckland ............ 

Moncrieff .............. 

Mimcton ............... 

Moncton Kod ....... 

Moneymore ........... 

Mongenais ............ 

Mongolia ............... 

Monkton ............... 

Mono Centre ......... 

Mono Mills ............ 

Mono Road Station. 
Monsell ................ 

Montague ............ 

Montague Bridge ... 
Montague Cross ...... 

Montague G d Mines 
Monticello ............ 

Montcalm ............ 

Monteagle Valley ... 
Monte Bello ............ 

Mont Louis ............ 

*Montmagny ......... 

Montmorency Falls. 
Montmorin ............ 

Mont St. Nicholas... 
* Montreal ............... 

Montrose .......... 

Montrose ............... 

Montrose ............... 

Mt. St. Hilaire ....... 

Monument Settlem t 
Moody ville ............ 

*.Voore .................. 

Moorefield ............ 

Moore s Falls ......... 

MooreVMills ........ 

Moore s Station ...... 

Mooresville ........ 

Moose Brook .......... 

Moose Creek .......... 

Moose Jaw ........ 

Mooseland ............ 

Moose River .......... 

Moose River .......... 

Moosomin ........ 

Moran ............ 

Moray .................... 

Morcambe ............. 

Mordeu ................ 

Morell .................. 

Morell Rear .......... 

Morewcod ............ 

Morganstown ......... 

Hoc in Flats ............ 

Morley .................. 

Morningdale Mills... 
*Morpeth ............... 

Morrisbank ............ 

Morris ............ 

*Morrisburg ......... 

Morriston ............. 

Morristown ............ 

Morristown ............ 

Morton .................. 

Morton s Corner . ... 

Morven ............... 

Mosborough .......... 

Moscow ............... 

Mover s River ......... 

Mosherville ............ 

Moss Glen ............ 

Misside .................. 

Mossley ................ 

Mossman s Grant. ... 

Motherwell .......... 

Moulie s River ....... 

Moulinette ............ 

Moulton Station ____ 

Mountain Brook .... 

Mountain City 
Mountain Grove ..... 



ELECTORAL DISTR CT 



Saguenay Q 

Wellington, N R. 



POSTMASTER. 



P Desmond 
C. W. Watson 
David Dick 



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Marquette M 

Bruce, ER Fredk. 

Queen s ...P El i James Wisi.er 

Wellington, N R. O.Wnj. Segsworth 

Stomiont M. Malone> 

iHuron, E R O John McTaggart 

Westmoreland. N B Joseph Crainiitll 
Westmoreland, N B Wm. G. Bateman 
Hustings. E R ... John Thompson 

Vaudreuil Q|A. Cleriuom 

York, E R Robert Curtis 

Perth Chae. McKenzie 

Cardwell Wm. Denton 

Oardwell John Allen 

Cardwell John Judg" 

Ontario, N R Richard Byers 

Lanark, S R 0| Peter Clark 

King s PE IjC. D. Poole 

King s P El; P. A. Callaghan 

Halifax N S Mrs. V. Barker 

Wellington,N R Oj 

Montcalm Q Mrs. E. Copping 

Castings, N R . OF. Hutchiuson 

Ottawa Q Chas. Major 

3asp6 Q Jos. Lemieux 

Montmagny Q Stanislas Valle 

Juebec Q Pierre Lap] it. t 

Terrebonne Q Jos. Belisle 

st. John s Q Thos. Girard 

Montreal Q G. La Mothe 

Welland A. Welstead 

Prince PEI R. Hockin, jnn. 

Marquette M R. Connor 

Rouville Q Francois LahaiSe 

" N B Junes Kenne 

N.Westminster.BC.D. S. Milligan 
I.ambton, W R... 0, John Morrison 
Wellington, C R. Henrj MandsJey 
Victoria, N R .... Thomas Leary 

Charlotte N B Asa Cormick 

Missisquoi Q P. C. Moore 

Middlesex, N R. O|Wm. J. Clack 

Hants N S,ThomM M. Held 

Stormont J. Le Brosse 

Assiniboia... NWT> J. A. Whitmore 

Halifax N S John Pre8t t >m. 

Pictou N S.Johc Munro 

Cumberland ...N B Wm. Roberta 

Northumb N B Jas. iforan 

Assiniboia Tr I Joe. Denial 

Middlesex. N R . David Poutter 

King s, N B I J. Fowler 

King s N 8 Silas Balcomb 

King s P K I W. Sterng 

King s P E I James Phelan 

Dundag A. McKay 

Northumb d,E R. Wm. J. Newman 

Argenteuil Q Isaac Jekill 

James Lemon 
J. Nicklin 
J. C. Nation 

Provencher . . . . M G. A. GHnes 

Dundas Patrick Gormely 

Wellington, 8 R. R. B. Morrison 
Antigonishe... N S A. McGillivray 

King s N S John Palmer 

Leeds, S R O James R. Leake 

Lunenburg ... N S Wm. Drew 

Lennox W. R. Qordanier 

Wellington, S R. John Hobson 

Addington Zara Vanluven 

Halifax N S G. P. Moser 

Hants N S Mrs.M.A. Moshel 

King s N B K H. Merritt 

Middlesex, W R. James McCabe 
Middlesex, E R... James Moakes 
Lunenburg ... N 8 Jas. Mossman 

Perth, S R Jas. Brown, sen. 

Kent N B 

Stormont G. McDonald 

Monck Rich. Angle 

Restigouehe... N B Alex. McLean 

Marquette M 

Addicgton Alex. McDonald 



Grey, E R 

Perth, N R . .. 
Elgin, W R. . 
Huron, E R 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Mountain View 
Jd>,unt Albert 


Prince Edward... O 
York, N R 
Wentworth.S R. O 
Queen s P E I 
.Middlesex, W K. 
Kainouraska Q 
Peel 


T. B. Tillston 
John F. Jackson 
.lames Mason 
Robert Jenkins 
Thomas Pearee 
R. Lavoie 
James Savage 
Anthony English 
Mrs. J. E. Shaw 
H. D. Johnson 
T. G. Smith 
Caleb Miller 
W. Donaldson 
Wm. Reynolds 
T. Peacock 
J. 0. Pion 
P. Shevelin 
D. Warwick 
F. 1) Tessier 
John W. Greer 
W. Mclutosh 
Isaac- Simpson 
Moses Rideout 
,!. P. llussev 
D. Mulvihill 
Mrs. A. Hillnkei 
Charles Revell 
Thomas York 
David Eaan 
Andrew McKay 
John McLean 

T. Q. Ludlow 
Layton Bowser 
James Wilbur 
II. C.D.i hapm.tt) 
Robert S. White 
Elias Scribnar 
Mrs. M Zerxa 
J. M. Nase 
John Jones 
A. Johnston 
Wm. Woodward 
John Dickie 
A. McDonald 
K. L arns 
Neil Watson 
Jarne* B-aton 
J. MrNeice 
John Murphy 
A. McGregor 
J. J Muuroe 
M Mnnroe 
Thos. Tubman 
James Murchy 
G. Pollock jun. 
Wm. McLean 
R J. Coni^aii 
Jean Lapointe 
Pavid McClure 
A. McDonald 
Isaac Piouse 
D. Livingston 
W. C Murray 
John Murray 
M. Davy 
Ily. A. Clifford 
A. H. Campbell 
L. D. Carman 
John Kidd 
Wm. Burgman 
A. A. Coulter 
David A. Brown 
J. A. Phelps 
Wm. H Clark 
iledeon Genest 
Win. Karl 
P. Clohoeey 
Daniel Bethune 
VI. Wed rich 
G. Bogart 
George Lasher 
F. Brennan 
Alex. Arthurs 
A. Sau Infer 
T. K. Harrison 
A. C. Barry 




Middlesex NR... 


Thomas Jury 
Henry Todd 
L. McDonald* 
Matthew Kast 
James Young 
Mrs. J. Smith 
W. Mc.Far ane 
James R. Garden 
John L. Fletcher 
J. Kasterbrook 
I). Duniarez 
W. H. Henderson 
Mrs S. Visuer 
Win. Smith 
J. J. Hwmilton: 
L. N. Allain 
F. X. Gagnie 
A. II Cliue 
D. W. Springer 
George Lear.v 
Thps. Duiguan 
David McKenzie 
J,.hn Koehel 
lohn Weinhart 
Albert Oaks 

John Orr, jun. 
N . R. Richey 
John Kdgar 
E B"isouuea-u 
Levi S. Lewis 
A. Ferguson 
Win. Fitzpatrick 

Wm. H. Miller 
K. McKinnt-y 
Ch:iiles Joudry 
Jofeph Kelly" 
C L Campbell, jt 
Lewis Keith 
Mrs. S. Mader 
Thos. Caldwoll 
A. S. Tooley 
A. II. W .Ibridg* 
J. Johnston 
R D. Yeomans 
Mrs. G S Bdley 
John Barron 
J. Newiombe 
K. M. Pearson 
S E Hallamor 
Kuward Cook 
J. A. Brown 
J. G. Wing 
Marshal lifter 
J. W. Proctor 
F. Ferguson 
A. Klmlinger 
R. Y. McContrey 
L J. A. Lambert 
Wm. Fraser 
P. Kathems 
C. Ernst 
W. J. Wright 

Wm. Shields 
John McLeod 
D Ferguson 
M. Cannon 
G. F.Jardine 
R. C. Porter 

J. Doronan, jun 
A. M. Short 
R. McLeod 
A. Forcade 
Win. McKay, jr. 
P. Patton 
J. A. Bastcdo 
Lewis Fisher 
Joseph Windsor 
John A. Fuller 
James Miller 
R. Plnnimer 
Jusiah Woodley* 
C. Desforee 


Narrow s 


Narrows Creek 
Nashville 


King PEI 


Mount Albion 
*M Unt Hrydges 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Charles 


York, WR 




York N B 


Nashwaak Bridge ... 


York N b 


York N B 


Mount Chesney 
Mount Dcuison 
At< mitt Kbjin 


h rontenac 


Nashwaak Station... 
Nashwaak Village... 


York N B 
York N B 


Hants N S 


Norfolk, NR (1 
\Veliington.N R. 
Annapolis N S 
Haldiuiiiud O 
Victoria. S R 


Halton 


*M/iunt Fore.st 
Muunt Hanly 
Mount Healy 


Natashquan 
Nauwigewauk 


S.iguenay Q 
Kin- s N B 
Russell 


Mount Horeb 


Necuin Teuch 


Halifax N S 


Mount Irwin 


Victoria, N R .... 
Iberville Q 




Marquette M 
Northumb rl d N B 
Rimouski Q 


Mount Jolinson 
Mount Loyal 


Meg uac 


Moutcalm . .. Q 




Mount Maple . , 




Nelles Corners 
Nelson 




Mount Oscar 


Vatidreuil Q 


Ilaltou 


Mount Pleasant 
Mount Pleasant 
Mounr Pleasant 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount St. Louis. . . 


Durham, E R 
Prince P K I 
Cuniberland... N S 
Carleton N B 


Nelson 


Marquette M 


Nermgh 
Nerepis Station 
Netherhy 


Grey. S R 
King s N B 


Welland 


Sim.oe, N K 
Renfrew, S R . ... 
Elgin. E R 
Wentworth, NR. 


Pfeusttidt 


Grey, S R :... 
Annapolis N S 
Prince P E I 


Mount St. Patrick... 
Mount Stlem 
Mouutsberg 




Newark 
New Armagh 


Oxford. S R 
Lotbiniere Q 


Mount Sherwood ... 
Mount Stewart 
Mount Thorn Set m t 
Mount Uniacke . ... 


Queeu s P E I 
Pictou N S 




Gloucester N B 
Brock ville 
l.iotbiniere ... Q 


Newliliss 


Hants N S 


Mt. U.Gold Mines... 
Mount Vernou 
Mount View 


Hants .. N 8 


*A r ( t .IO/O7Y/ 


Leeds S R 


Brant, S R 


New Boston 


Cape Breton ... N S 
Leeds, S R 


Westmoreland, N B 
Aloert . . N B 


Moitutville 


Newbridge 


Huron, E R 
Addtuicton 


M nt Whitley, W 0. 
Mount Wolf 
Mouth ot Jeuiseg. ... 
Mouth ot Keswick... 
Month of Nerepis ... 
Mouth of St. Frauds 
Mowhrav 


Westmoreland, N li 
Cardwell 
Queen s N B 


*Newbwgh 


Newburgh 


Curleton N B 
Luneuburg N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Victoria N S 
Queen s N B 


York .... N K 


* Ncwhury 


Kind s N B 
Victoria N B 


New Campbellton ... 


Se kirk . M 




liimenburg N S 
Bonaventure Q 


Mud Bay 


NewWestni ntr 11 C 
Prince P E I 
Klgin, WR 
Welland . . 


New Carlisle 


Muddy Creek 
Muir Kirk 


New Carlow 


Hustings. N R ... 
Durham, W K ... 






Northumb rl d N B 


Mull 


Kent 


Newcastle Bridge ... 
Newcastle Creek .... 
Newcomb Corner. ... 
Newcouihe 


Mull River 


Inverness N S 


Queen s N B 


Mullifarry 


Middlesex, W R . 
Siuicoe, S R 
viiddlesex, S R... 
Inverness . . . . N S 
(il^ngarry 


Halifax N S 


Miilmur 


Lunenburg i\ S 
Northumb d.KR. 
Luneuburg ... N S 
Selkiik M 
Brot kville 


Muncey 


\ewcomt>e Mills 


Munrbi- g Btidge . .. 
Muuroe s Mills 
MuuHter 


New Cornwall 


Newdale 
New Dublin 


Murchyvilltj 


Halifax N S 




Waterloo, S R.... O 
Oxford S R 


Murdoch 
Muriila Station 
Murray 


Grey, S R 
A 1 ^omrt . . O 




*Ne,w Edinburgh ... 
New Gairloch 
New Germany 


Russell 
I ictou N S 
Watrlio, N R.. 
Queen s P E I 
Terrebonne Q 
Pictou N S 


Northmnb d,ER. 


Murray Bay 


rbour, N 
Murray Harbour, Rd 
Murray Harbour, S. 


King s ... P K 1 


Queen s P E 1 
King s PEI 


New Glassrow 


New Glasgow 


Kind s . . P E I 




Queen s N S 


Murray Road 


Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Addington 


Nnv Hamburg 
New Harbour 


Waterloo, S R.... 
Guysborough, N S 


Murray s Corner . ... 
Murvale 




Mnskoka Fills 


Ontario N B 


New Haven 
New Haven 


Queeu s P B I 
Victoria NS 


M^k ka Mills 
Musquash 
Musquodoboit Har. 


Simcoe. E R 
St. John N B 
Halifax N S 




Miii-koka&PSd. 
Albert N B 




Perth N R 


Newin> r ton 




Myrelmll 


Hastings, E R. ... 
Ontario, S R 
Minsisquoi Q 
York N 13 


New Ireland 




Myrtle 
Mystic 


New Ireland . 


Albert N B 


New Ireland Road... 
Vow Jerusalem 
New Larig 


Albert N B 


Nackawick 






Ottawa . Q 


Pictou N S 


Nanaimo 


Vancouver . . . . B C 
Prince P K 1 


New Liveipool 


Levis Q 
Queeu s .PEI 


Nail Pond 




Middlesex, NR... 
Haldimand ... 


New Lowell .. 


Simcoe. N R 
Ontario, W K.... 
York N B 








Lennox 


Vew Maryland 
NPW Miffs 


N.tp iti< Mills 


Addin"toD 


Kestigouche ... N B 
King s N S 
Durham, ER ... O 
Kinu- s P E J 


Hastings. E R . . 
Mi-ldlesex, W R. Q 
Napierville S 


New Minus 
New Park 






Vew Perth 


Niippnu 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland .. N S 


Newport 


Bianl S R 


JN appun Station..., 


Nswoort. . 


Gasue . . . . Q 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



85 



POST OFFICE. 



Newport 



ELECTOJ&L DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Hants N S J. F. Coohraue 

Newport Corner Hants N SJ James Brown 

Newport Landing... Hunts N SlJ. W. Allison 

Newport Point . ...UJaspe QIR. P Hamon 



Newport Station . .. 
New Richmond 



Hants N SlJ. L. Sweet 

Bonaveuture Q 



Richard Brash 
T. Mulcherin 

New River Mills iCharlotte N B Joshua Knight 

New Ross |Dundas Win. Rylance 



New River (Charlotte N B 



New Ross Lunenburg ... N S 



Oscar S. Elliott 



New Ross Road King s N Si Owen McGairy 

Newry ] Perth, N R R L Alexander 



New Sarum Elgin, E R 



Newton 



Perth, NR Q 



Newton iPrince PEI 

Newton Brook I York, W R O 



Win. H. Elliott 
John Zoeger 
J. T. Murphy 
W. W. Cummer 



Newton Mills Colchester N Sj James Creel man 

J. G. Chillier 
Thos. McBiin 



Newton Robinson ... ! Simcoe, S R 

New Town Guyi-boro NS,i 

New Town iKing s N B J. B Pearce 

NewTusket Diaby NSJH.C. Sabean 

Newville Cumberland ... N S T. H. Ward 

New Westminster N. Westminster B C John C. Brown 

New Wiltshire | Queen s P E I G. Easter 

New Z -aland King s PEI James Cantwell 

New Zion !Sunt>ury N B J. H. Sowers 

+Niay<tra Lincoln&Niagara,0 Robert Warren 

Nianara Falls IWelland. . .. W. W. Woodruff 



Niagara Falls, South Welland 

Nicolt Lake ! Yale B C 

*NicoUt 

Nicolet Falls 

Nicolston 

Nietaux Falls 



T. W. Woodruil 
Geo Petrel 

Nicolet Q Mi-s M. Chillas 

Richmond Q W. A. Kll ott 

Simcoe, S R John Nichol 



Annapolis N 3 W J. H. Balcoia 

NielV Harbour i Victoria N S T. Williams 

Nile IHuron, W R Robt. Mcllwain 

Nilestown Middlesex, E R . Henry Reynolds 

Nine Mile Creek ! Queen s P E I Miss Mary Burnf- 

Nine Mile River Hants N 3 J.Thompson 



Hiptming. 

Ni-souri 
Nithburg. 



Muskoka J. Chap-nan 

Oxf-rd, N R A. M.-Brayne 

James Brown 



Oxford, N R 



E. Penn->r 



Niverville Provencher M 

Nixon | Norfolk, N R J. G. Bottomley 

+N<>blt&i>n York OJC Hambly, jun. 

Nod I Hants N SJOsmond O Brien 

NoelShore |Hants N SjJ. G McLellan 

Norii-r>ugh (Prince P K IIJ. M Webster 

Kordiffe Pontiac QIA. Cotton 

tforham Northnmb d.ER. A. Douglas 

JTorland Victoria. N R .... O! H.A.McLau.;hlii 

Normand*le ; Norfolk. SR 0.1. V Post 

Norquay Marquette M T. H. Pentland 

Normandio IChieoutinii Tulbot 

North Alton j King s N S^Georgu Ward 

North Arm | N.\\ estminster.B C J. W. Sexsmith 

Noiifcham Prince P E [John Colwiil 

Northampton Carleton NB; David S Gibson 

North Augusta Grenville. S R ... O Jotan Chapman 

Nortn Beavr Bunk Halifax N 8 i MOIWR Nelson 

North Bedeque 1 iiuce P K I, Miss E. Murray 

North Branch Russell O|(\ HeuinKr.-ill 

North Bristol Pontiac Q Wm Shirley 

North Brookfield. .. Queen s N S fieo M. Fraser 

North Bruce Bruce, W R A Ross 

North Buxton Kent O A. McPhee 

North Co.iticooke ... Stansietd Q S. Cleveland 

Northcote Reufrew. S R .... o 

N. E. Br., Mars<aree. Inverness N S Mrs. A. M. Ross 

N. E. Harbour SbelHu-nn N S,.\.R. <!re.e-, w..i>. 

N. Esk Boom Nort.liunib N B Mc-. Hutehinso 

Northfield Cornwall O Vlhert .Va ; t 

Northfield SnuoMrv N 1! Jonathan W.-lto 

Northfield Lunenbi>r< ... N S II M-i.-key 

Northfii-IJ Centre... o-;!,,,.!, S R Peter Bowman 

North Forks. Sal.Cr. Sunbury... N H George, Knox 

North Georgetown... Chateau^. !! iy... . .) L -ms Turrot 

NorthGlanford Wentworth, S B. O . iH -kensou 

*NorOi (lower Carlson o Hinm Scott 

North Grant Auliironishe N SJ Duncan Slatterj 

North Gut.St. Ann s Victoria .. ,. N S John Sh iw 



North Him Wolfe . 

Norib. Hatley Stanstead 

North Hill 



q 

Q 

Compton Q 

North Intervale Guvsboro ... ... N S 

North Kppel Grey. V II 

North Lake King s P E I 



Patri.-k Blais 
I!. I j" Baron 
D. W. Mc-.Oonal. 
I). MoKenzie 
David 1) -\vitr 
Wm. Morrow 



POST OFFICE. 



forth Lake York 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 



N B 



Vorth Lancaster JGIengarry 

<orth Meadford .... King s NS 

orth Milton Queen s P E I 

Dundas 

King s N S 



Vorth Mountain 
. orth Mountain 



Nation Mills.. Ottawa Q 



POSTMASTER. 

John L Foster 
Ch*s. Leclair 
B Weiver 
Wm. ColeR 
Mrs. M. Cleland 
Wm. Bennett 
J. C. Edwards 

Onslow Pontiac Q John Don nell 

Vorth Pelham Monck Mrs. M. McQueen 

Vorth Pinnacle Missisquoi Q V. Barnes 

North Port Prince Edward... Richard Vlorden 

Vorihport Cumberland... N S George Brauder 

Vorth Range Corner Digby N S Chas. McNeill 

Vorth Ridge Essex, S R 

Vorth River Queen s P E 1 Thomas Carter 

North River Westmoreland. N B J. Taylor 

Vorth River iColchester .... N S A. Fulton 

N. River Brilge ! Colchester N S Henry Blair 

N. River Bridge i Victoria N S John McKenzi* 

tfortliRiverPlatforin Westmoreland. N B P. Hopkins 

North Rustico Queen s P L I Georee Budd 

North Salem i Hants N S N Nelson 

Vorth Seneca Haldimand 0;P C. Shafer 

Vorth Saguin Muskoka & P Sd. F.lias Ashton 

Vorth Shore Cumberland... N S; Alex. McMillan 

Vorth Shore Victoria N B D. McDonald 

N. Sc of Earltown. |Colche9ttr N S A. M. Baillie 

N.s. Whycocoma Bay Inverness N S A. Mathewson 

North Stanbridge.... Missisquoi Q A. Vantsse 

North Stoke Richmond Q F. H. Lotbrop 

North Stukely Shefford Q Anr Aiidette 

North Sutton Brome Q S Sweet 

fort/i Sydney Cpe Breton.... N S Wm. Forbes 

orth Tryon Prince PEIlMrs.E A. Nelder 

North Valley Stormont o Mrs. M. Dunbar 

North Wakefield I Ottawa Q J. R. McKiunon 

North West Arm.... Cape Breton... N S G. K. Ball 
North W. st Bridge, j Northutnb d. .. N B. Ed. Sinclair 
North West Cove ... I Lunenburg.... N S Daniel Noonan 

North Williamsburg.Duudas J. S Whittiker 

North Winchester... : Dund.ts Joseph S. Kyle 

Norton King s NBA. B. Haye-- 

Northwood IKent A. L. Arnold 

Norton Creek.. 
Norton Dale .. 
Norton Station 

Norval 

Norway 



Clmteauguay Q Chailes South 

York N B Wm Cox 

King s N B S McCready 

Hal ton Wm.Clav 

York, K R O Richard Crew 

Norwich [Oxford, S R II. S. Moore 

*Ni/ru>ood IVterboro , K R... J. A Butterfield 

Nosbonsiiig his. Nipissing ... M Scott 

N. Dame des Anjres Portueuf Q Thomas Sa>ary 

N. Dame du Laus ...Ottawa Q Jamet McCabe 

N. Dainwdel I Verte TemiscnuatH Q Theodore Fraser 

Notre DamedeOrace Hohelga Q Leon Descary 

Notre Dame de B j tx. SaKiieuay Q L. F. Boucher 

Notre Dame des Itois Compten Q.Pierre Lustier 

Notre Dame du Lac jTemisconata Q : A Cloutier 

Notre Dinned n P .1!. Teniisconata Q Miss A. Michaud 

Notre Dame de Rim Rimouski Q;Rimouski 

JVolrr, Dime tie Sian\ Misfissquoi .... Q Joseph Curture 

Nottawa jv^imcoe. N R Andrew Melville 

Nouvelle | Bonii-venture ... Q Thomas Keas 

Noyau | Missisquoi QJ 

Nugent Hastings. N R... 0! Thomas Nugent 

Niitt s Cornels Missisquoi Q| David Nutt 

N.\ai 7,i Victoria N Si Alex. McDoiiald 

Oak B<nk Selkirk M j Thomas Farrow 

oak Bay Charlotte, NB,W. Gilley 

Oakbum Marquette M S. B. Paul 



O.ikti.ild 



Halifax ......... N S Mrs. F. Laurie 



. 
Oak ham ................ i Queen s ......... N B! James Strong, jr. 



Oak Hill 

0;.k Hill 

Oak Like 



Oaklitnd 



Victoria, N R . 
Charlotte ...... 

Selkirk 



Ol 



Oxford. S R 

Marquette M 

O-.k Prk Shelburae N S 



N B Wm. McCan 
MiD. II 1 nrker 



Georire Tylor 
I . H. Met-C.tlf 

N N. Adauis 



Point Bon a venture .... QJMrs. E. Young 

O.ik P-iint King s N B John W. Ini h 

Oak Point .Northumb N B A. McPougall 

Oak P jut Mitrquette M G J. Kinnsird 

Oak Ridges Ontario, W R O George Hsrper 

Oak River Selkirk M !.lame Little 

"OakmlU Hal ton O|R. Balmer 

OakvilU Carloton N BJJohnQuinn 

Oakwood Victoria, S K OlR. P. Bullet 



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POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORALDl STRICT . 


POSTMASTER. 


Gates 




James Cosgrove 
Wm. Carrick 
Colin Nicholson 

A. McGinnis, jr. 
Acton Burrows 
W. L. Odell 
J. McCallum 
P. S. Timmermao 
John G. Quarry 
John Lawlor 
J"hn H. Evans 
Patterson Foster 
John McDonald 
James Styres 
James Keating 
George Yates 
C. Chaurette 
C. O Keefe 
K. Lequin 
Eben. Archibald 
M. McCarthy 

W. Q. Pearson 
Wm. Smallman 
John Frost 
John C. Fox 
Miss A. Colwell 
John Hutchewon 

John G. McLeod 
George Oliver 
Mrs. M. Standish 
Robert G randy 
T. R. Briscoe 
Gavin Hamilton 
James Murray 
Mrs. Buckwell 
W. H. Meredith 
S McKinlay 
James J. Munroe 
Eliel Winter 
Edward Leslie 
John Irving 
W. B. Somerville 
Chas. Anderson 
Thomas Goffatt 
Hugh Dupuis 
Arch. McPhail 
R. N. Walsh 
L. McLean 
R. Moment 
John Whiting 
James Gallagher 
Win. Mooney 
C. Gallagher 
D. Sutherland 
B. Loughriu 
Mrs. M. Stephens 

A. Lamond 
A. McLaren 
W. F. Ritchie 
Jas. Carmichael 
Chas. Laughton , 
S. Bourk 
H. Hamilton 
W. McCutcheon 
J. A. Sanderson 
A. McN. Travis 
Wm. Postell 

H. B. Ostrander 
W. Playfair 
David Reid 
J. M. Currier 
L. Swing 
H. Donolley 
Wm. F. Kay 
C. B. Kenney 
John McMahon 
Wm. D. Smith 
Chas. Eraser 
Geo. Goulet 
G. W. Fox 
S. Churchill 


*Owen Sound 
Owl s Head Harbour 
Oxenden 


Grey, i\ T R 
Halifax N 8 


Robert Crawford 
Wm. Palmer 
Thomas H- Reeve 
Henry S. Sr.iith 
N. School ey 
Charles Jones 
W. J. Black 
Robert Ivison 
Samuel Arming 
Hector McRae 
James W. Carr 
J. F. Baker 
C. Paddock 
Kustache Babin 
Wm. Thompson 
Mis. J- S iun Jers- 
H. H. Dickson 
H. M Swit/er 
James Cieary 
Alex. McPhee 
Miss MoDoogall . 
Geo. W. Kat..u 
R. Johnston 
John Mills 
M. D. Nasile 
Xiste Tetreau 
F. Paquette 
W. F. Morse 
Michael Tebel 
John Griffith 
J. W. Cousins 
Geo. Stauton 
Bernard Travers 
Ij.ie Paris 
Wm. McKim 
J. Pritchard 
Thomas Coles 

J. W. Parker 
Wm. Simpson 
John Noble 
Robert Lipsay 
Peter Parks 
H. Parlee 
David Griffith 
John W. Jinks 
Wm. Grant 
J. C. Whitchelo 
J. R. VantartSnl 
K. A. Tabor 
P. D. Loisel 
H. W. Seribuer 
A. TremblMV 
Donald Coutts 
A. S. Patterson 
T. B. Roberta 
Jolm Dickson 
J. L. Hugbes 
John Millhuru 
A. McDonald 
T. P. Pearce 
Jas. Brigt;* 
W. W. Pearson 
James Den u is 
Chas. A. Ilamou 
A. McCorniiwk 
Robt. Diclison 
Geo. Johnson 
W. Crook* 

P. N. E. IVlissiwi 
Joseph Johnston 

Alex. Moffatt 
H. D. Slinw 
Henry Moffatt 
J. S. Darling 
Chas. F. W-ad i 
Miss M. T. Miller 
J. Prescott. wii. 
David Boyd, jnn. 
Joel Gross 
Richard Ford 
E. T. Turner 
J. E. Tuzo 
John Irwin 


Oban 


Lambton, W R... 
Richmond N S 


Oban . 


Grey, N R 
Cumberland... N S 
Oxford, S R 


Oberon ... 


Provencher M 
Pontiac Q 


O Connell 






Addimiton 


Oxford Mills 


Grenville, N R... 
Grenyille. N R... 
Essex, S R O 


Odanah 


Selkirk M 


Oxford Station 
Oxley 


Odel) 


Middlesex, E R.. 
St. Johns Q 


Odelltown 


Oxmead 
Oyster Bed Bridge... 
Oyster Ponds 


Grey, E R 
Queen s P E I 
Guysborough, N S 
Stormont 


* Odessa 


Lennox 


Offa 


Middlesex, N R.. 
Guysboro N S 




Oznabruck Centre... 
Paddock 


Ogmah 


Lambton, W E... 
King s N S 


King s N D 


Ogilvie .. 


Painsec 


Westmoreland N B 
Simcoe, S R 


Ohio 


Antigonistie... N S 
Brant, S R 


Painswick 






Bruce. N R 


Oil City 


Lainbton ER.... O 
Lambton, E R ... 
Twc Mountains . Q 
Yale BC 




Lanark, N R 




* Palermo 


Haltou 


Oka 


Palgrave 


Cardwell 




Palmer Rapids 


Renfrew, S R 
Prince P E I 


Okanagon Mbsion... 
Old Barm 


Yale B C 
Colchester N S 
Essex, N R 
Bothwell ... . 
Halifax N S 


Palmer Road 


King s N S 


Qldcistle 




Wellington, N R. 
Elgin. WR 
Lanark, N R 


Qldfield 




Oldham . 


Panmure 




Priuce .... P E 1 


Papineauville 


Ottawa Q 




Prince P E I 




Compton Q 


Olinda 


Kssex, S R 


Paradise Lane 


Annapolis N S 


OJinville 


Que-n s N B 
Bruce N R . 




Victoria N B 


Parham 


Addington 


Olive 


Marquette. ... M 


Pnrk Corner 


Queen s P E I 


Oliver ... 


Oxford, N R 


* Paris 


Brant, S R 




Stftnstead Q 


Paris Station 


Bnui-. N R 
Lotbiniere Q 


Oma^h 


Halton 


Parisville 


*O)nemef 


Victoria, S R 


Parker 


Wellington, CR. 
Lisgar M 




Addingt .n 


PrtTkdale 


150 Mile House 
Oneida . 




Pari dale 


York. W R 


Haldimand 


Parker s Cove 


Annapolis N S 


Qnondaga. . 


Brant, S R 


Parker s Ridge .... 
Park Head 


York N B 




Poutiac . Q 


Bruce, N R 


Onslow 


Colchester N S 


Park Hill 


Middlesex, N R... 




Inverness N S 
Marquette 1 M 


Parkhurst 


Lotbiniere Q 




Park s Creek 


Lunenburg ... N :* 
King s N B 




Wellington, C R.. 
Grey S R 


Parlee Settlement... 




Lennox 


Oriel 


Oxford. S R 
Wentworth, .\ R. 
Sinicoe E R 


Parrsbormigh 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
MuHk aA Parry S 
Muskoka&P.Sd. 
Cumberland ...N S 
Bonaventure Q 


Orkney 


Parrsborough Shore. 
Parry Harbour 


* Orillia 


Orleans 


Russell .0 


* Parry bound 


Ormond 


Duridas 


Partridge Island ... 
l as]>tbi(ic 




Cnateau< r uay .. . Q 




Sunbury N B 
Durham, W R. ... 
Simcoe, N R U 
Simcoe, E R . . . . 
Wellington, C R 
Victoria N B 
Elgin, E R 




King s N B 


*Orono 


Paste in 


Chieoutimi . . . . Q 
Essex, N R 




Patillo 


Orr Lake 


Patterson 


York, W R 


Orton 


Patterson Setllem t. 
Piiudash 


Suubury N B 


Ortonville . 


Peterboro , E R . 
Cariboo B C 
Grey, N R 


Orwf.ll 


Pavilion 


Orwell 


Queen s P E I 




Orwell Cove 
Osaca 


Queen s P E I 
Durham, E. R.... 
Lambton. W R... 
Renfrew, N R.... 
Russell .. O 


t eake s St n, No. 38. 
Pearcely 


King s P E I 
Musko a & Par S. 
Missisquoi Q 






*Osceola 




Kind s N B 


Peebles , 


Oxford. S R 




Ontario, S R 
Middlesex, W R. O 
Addington 


Peel 


Carleton N B 






Essex, S R U 


Oso Station 


peepabuu 


Wellington, N R. 
York, N R 










Wellington. S R. 
Addington 
King s NB 
Lambton, ER.... 
Marmietf.fl . M 




Halifax N S 


Ossa 
Osstkeag 


Peguis 


Lisgar M 
Ottawa Q 


Pelham Union 
Pembina Crossing... 
Pembroke 
*Pembroke 


Monck 


Ossowo 


Marquette M| 


Ostrander iNortblk, X R 


Hants NS 
Renfrew, N R.... 
Carleton N B 


Otenaw .. Selkirk M 


Otnabog Queen s NB 
^Ottawa Ottawa. n 






Prescott 


Otterburne 


Provencher .... M 


* Penetangtiishene ... 
Peniac 


Simcoe, E R 




Pontiac. . . Q 


York N B 


* Otterville 


Oxford S R o 


Peniusula-Gaspe ... 
Penufield 


Gaspe Q 




Bothwell . 


Charlotte N B 


Oustic 


Wellington, S R. 
Inverness N v 
Inverness N S 
Kt-nt 


Pennfield Ridge 
P nnlixquis 


Charlotte N B 
King s N B 
Wellington. CR. 
Simcoe, ER 
(insne... ... 


Outerlsl d Port Hood 
Outlet of L. Ainslie. 
Ouvry 


Penville 

PtTCd 


Overton . (Yarmouth . . . . N S 


Perch Station .. ..... Lambton, W R... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



87 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Peri vale . Algoma . . 


Samuel Clark 

James Gallagher 
Mrs E McCracken 
John D. Perrin 
Thoj. Goldsmith 
Calvin Perry 
K. Elders 
Wm Purcell 
Thomas Cairns 
A. Morehouae 
Douglas Baird 
James Stonenesf 
Solomon Devine 
H. C. Rogers 
John Ernst 
Wm. Johnston 
James Joy 
Timothy Malone 
John R. Gurd 
Thomas Leonard 
John Breuan 
Mrs. Taylor 
W. W. Price 
George M. Jean 
L. Gauvrien,jr 
Pierre Marquis 
Wm. Holden 
John McNider 
Mrs. Des Brissy 
Wm. Verreau 
Mrs T. Young 
Geo. Armstrong 
P. Barclay 
J C. Wallace 
Alex. Morrison 
Wm. Hunter 
D T.. R. Nye 
Daniel Lohr 
George Philips 
Mrs. 11. Brown 
G. Spence 
IJliz;v Whitney 
Tln,s. Shannon 
E. McPhail 
A. F. Campbell 
Mrs. E. McLeod 
Nital Mathieu 
James McDonald 
W. C. Boucher 
Napoleon Gill 
Edward Piers 
Nelson Mariet 
J. M. House 
Jos Bellamore 
K. Nantais 

.7. M. Kraser 
D. J. Carmichael 
A. L. Gooderham 
Nelson M *v 
T. D. Holm den 
T. McBurney 
R. Stevenson 
Kobert Mitchell 
Samuel A. King 
Alfred Wedge 
James Brndley 
Vrthur Grenier 
Robert Peoples 
John Galbraith 
.1. Macdonald 
M. Curran 
Lewis Root 
Wm. Pitt. sen. 
John Gilespie 
A. Sutherland 
John Jewell 
Mrs. L. Auclaar 
L. Charhonneau 
I). McKen/ie 
John Smart 
George Mills 
Angus Mclntosh 
J"hn Earl 
John Xauffts 

[ 


Pleasant River 
Pleasant Vale 


Queen s N S 


Wm. Vienot 
R. A. Colpitts 
Leslie M. Craig 
John Beaton 
John Kennedy 
Albert McKrai) 
G. W. Dawsou 
James Knapp 
W. T. Collh.sou 
W. G. Sims 
N. D. Tnrncy 
Edward Hudson 
Michael Havdeii 
P. J. Foley 
D. J. Walker 
F. Armstrong 
A. F. Russell 
Jonathan Gilley 
Hubert Warreu 
Jos. I m beau It 
T. Matthews 
H. Wood 
H. Provost 
Mrs. L. Grenier 
J. Bte. Hud in 
L. E. Otis 
Moise Leclerc 
Q. R. Dixon 
K. McDonald 
0. Descoteau 
John F. O Neill 
Mrs. J. Lewi.- 
Uenry Phillip-, 
Thos. Pelletier 
E. A. St. Deni- 


Perkins Ottawa Q 


Albert N B 


p er iH Aim^nA S R . . O 


Pleasant Valley 


Digby N S 




Renfrew, N R.... 
Victoria. S R .... 
Annapolis N S 


Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant Valley 


Pictou N S 




Dundas 


Perott Settlement... 


Lunenourg NS 


Plevna 


Addington O 


Perry .Settlement ... 


King s N B 


Plum Hollow 


Leeds, S R 


Durham, E R.... 
Lanark S R . . 


Plumper Pass 


Vancouver . . . .B C 
Yarmouth N S 
Carleton N B 


* Perth 


Plymouth 


Perth 


Victoria N B 


Plymouth 


Perth Centre 




Plympton 


Selkirk M 


Perth Road 




Pockmouche 


Gloucester N B 




Renfrew, N R.... 
Peterboro , W K. 
Waterloo, S R.... 
King * ... .P E I 


Pockshaw 


Gloucester N B 
Cape Breton... N 8 
Renfrew, N R. ... 
Northumb d... N B 
Victoria N S 




Point Aconi 


Petersburg 


Point Alexander 
Point au Car 




Peterson s Corners . 


Peterboro , E R . 
Queen s . N B 


Point Clear 


Pointe a Pic 


Charlevoix Q 






Pointe au Bouleau . 
Pointe au Chene . .. 
Pointe aux Pins 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe auxOrignaux 


Saguenay Q 


Petersville Church- 


Queen s N B 


Argenteuil Q 
Algoma 


Prince P E I 




Wellington. N R. 
Westmoreland, N B 
Richmond N S 


Hochelaga Q 




Portneuf Q 


Petite de Grat 


Kamouraska Q 


Gloucester ... N B 
Rimouski Q 


Chicoutimi . . . . Q 
JacquesCartier... Q 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland. N B 
St. Maurice Q 


Petite Mntane 


Pointe Claire 


Petite Kir. Bridge- 
Petit Metis 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Rimouski Q 


Pointe de Bute 
Poinre du Chene.... 
Pointe du Lac 
Point Edward 


Petit Itoclier 


Gloucester . N B 


Petits Meschins 
Petpiswick Harbour 
Petrel 

*Petrolea 




Lambton, W R... 
Cape Breton... NS 
Northumb d... X B 
Kamouraska. . . . Q 
Vaudreuil Q 


Halifax N S 


Point Edward 


Marquette M 
Lambton, E R... 


Point Efcuminac ... 
Pointe Seche 




Point Fortune 


Peveril 




Point Kaye 


Simcoe, E R 


Cuarles Kaje 
Peter Stewart. 
Z. S. William* 
Hugh Mclnni> 
James Scott 
Joseph Ange 
Johu McDonald 
John Skeith 
Geo. Pack wo oil 
Maxime Dairfle 
AbrahamCaunon 
John Hichey 
Mrs. G. Connor 
B. R. Colpitts 
It. Polley 

J. H. Bonsai! 

John S. Black 
Constant Douug 
A. S. Grey 
William Agur 
JKS. L. ({iille\ 
J. B. Besner 
A. Saucier 
Miss J. BordeleftU 
Simon Jenniugs 
T. Bel anger 
James Faulkner 
John Kugel 
Geo. Morrison 
Kli R. Barclii., 
T. A. NfWin:ui 
N. B Hill 
C. M. Melancon 
John Amey 
Wm. W. Mil Vi 
L. Mauzerol 
Thos. Hawkins 

James L. Jenks 
G. S. Taylor 
T. Thompson 
W. J. Emery 
MissM.Boutillier 
G. W. Thomas 
James D. Coffin 
H. Fraser 
L. G. Carter 
Kobert Cotton 
J. Gregory 


Phelpston 


Simcoe N R 


Point la Nim 


Kestigouche... N B 
Algoma 


Philipsburg, F>st ... 
Philipsburg, West ... 
Philipston 


Missisquoi Q 
Waterloo, S R.... 
Hastings. E R.... 
Leeds S R 


Point Mamainse. . . . 
Point of Cape 


Antigonishe... N S 
Prince Edward... 
Lotbiniere Q 


Point Petre 




Point Platoii 


Pic 
* Pick".i~inQ 


Aliroma (> 
Ontario. S R 
Prince Edward... 
Pictou \ S 
Pictou N S 


Point Prim 
*P.rint St. Charles... 
Point St. Peter 
Point Sapiu 


Queen s P E I 
Jacques Carticr... Q 
Gaspe Q 
Kent N B 


*Pici.on 


Pictou, 
Pieton Island 


Point Traverse 


Prince Edward... 
Albert N B 


Pictou Landing 


Pictou N S 


Point Wolfe 


Poland 


Lanark. N R 


Piedmont Valley . . 


Pictou N S 


Pollett Kiver 


Westmoreland, N B 
Queen s N B 
Colchester N S 


Pierreville 




Polleyhurst 
Polly Bog 


Pierreville Mills 
Pi^rston 




King s N 1! 


Poltimore 


Htawa Q 
Marquette M 


Pigeon Hill 
Pigeou Lake 


Missisquoi Q 


Pomeroy Ridge 
Pomona 


Charlotte N B 
Gr-v, S K 


Pike Bay 
Pike Creek 
Pike Kiver 


Bruce, N R 
Essex. X R 


Pomquet Chapel . ... 
Ponds 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Pictou N S 


Pilot Mound 




Pond Mills 


Middlesex. S R.. 
Wellington, C R. 
Soulan^es Q 


Pine Dale 


Ontario N R 
York. W R 


Ponsouby 


Pine Grove 


Pout Chateau 


Pine Orchard . 


Ontario W K O 


Pontde Maskiuonge 
Pont Rouge 


Maskinonge Q 


Pine Ridge 


Knt \ B 


Portneuf Q 


Pine Kiver 


Bruce W R 


Pontypool 


Durham, E R . . 

\MVX\ O 


Pinetto 




Pont Viau 


Pine Tree . 


Pictou N S 


Poodiac !Kin<r s NR 


Pinkerton ... , 


Bruce E R 


Poole 
Poplar Hill 
Poplar Hill . . 


Perth, NR 
Pictou N S 


Pinsville 
Pioneer 


Prince P E I 
Carleton N B 


Middlesex. S R..O 
Marquette M 






Poplar Point 
Po<] uiock 




Guysboro N S 
Ht John N B 


York N R 


Pisarinco. 


Port Acadie T>i<rhv NS 




Queen s P E 1 
Queen s P E 1 
Frontenac 


*P>rtagedu Fort 
Portage In Prairie... 
Portage River . 


Pontiiic Q 


Pisquid Road ... 




Pitt s Ferry 


Northumb d... N B 
Huron W R 


Pittston 


Grenville. S R ... 
Hastings, E R ... 
Pictou N S 




Plainfield 
Tlainfield 




Colchester N S 
Colchester ... N S 


Portapique Mount n 


Plainville 


Northumb d, W R 
Ottawa Q 


ftiivQhnrn" TM S 


Plaisance 


Port Bruce Mgin, E R 
*Pnrt liurwfll K.lvrin. K R O 




Prescott O 


Plaistor Mines.. 


Victoria N S 




Cape Breton... N S 
Simcoe E R 


Plattsville 


Brant. N R 
Lanark, S R 




Playfair 


Port Clyde 


Shelburne N 8 


Pleasant Bay ... 


Inverness N S 
Yarmouth N S 
Halifax N S 




Muskoka A P S d. 
Welland 


Pleasant Lake 


*I nrl Cnlhnrnt 
Port Credit 
"Port Dalhousie 

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Pleasant Point 
Pleasant Ridge 


Peel 
i Lincoln 


Charlotte N B 





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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 



Port Daniel 

*Port Dover 

*P"rt Elgin 

Port Elgin 

Port Elmsley 

Porter s Hill 

Porter s Lake 

Port Felix 

Port Franks 

Port George 

PortGranby 

PortGrevillo 

Port Hastings 

Port Huwlf.shury ... 

Port Hillford 

Port Hill 

Port Hood 

Port Hood Island ... 

*Port Hope, 

Port Howe 

Port Joli 

Port Lambtou... 

Portland 

Portland 

Port la Tour 

Port Lewis 

Port Lome 

PortMaitland 

Port Matoon 

Port Mfdtvay 

Port Moody . 



ELECTOR L DISTRICT. 



POSTMASTER. 



Uonaventure ...... Q P. Sweetman 

Morfolk, S II ...... David Abel 

Bruce. W R ....... Mrs. M. J. Roy 

Westmoreland. N B G Siddall 
Lanark, S R ...... John Elliott 

Huron, S R ....... Horace Newton 

Halifax .......... N S G. E. Oman 

Guysboro ...... N S Stephen Boudrot 

Lambton, E R ... J. Hassetwood 
Annapolis ...... N S A. Elliott 

Durham, W R ... Win. Bradley 
Cumberland... N S Jane Klderkin 
Inverness ...... N S J G. McKeeu 

Inverness ...... N S;Colle Beaton 

Quysborough..N S 

Prince .......... P E I.Thos. Murphy 

inveruess ...... N SlA. C Thompson 

N S Mrs. J. Smith 
... E. J. Baird 
N SlC W. Elliott 
Queen s ......... N S L.Robertson 

Bothwell ........ > W. II. McDonald 

Leeds. S R ......... y. H. Gallagher 

St. John ...... N B Miomas Dale 

Shelburne ...... N 88. McK. Snow 

Huntingdon ...... QjS. B. B. Carson 

Annapolis ...... N Sj J. P. Foster 

Monck ............. James Moss, jr 

"ueen s ......... N S Mrs. N. Leslie 



Inverness 
Durham, E R . 
Cumberland... 



Queen s N S 

N.Westmin8ter,BC 

Port Malyrave iGuysborough, N S 

Port Nelson Halton 

Portneuf , Portneuf Q 

Portueuf Station ... I Portueuf Q 

*Port Perry Ontario, N R 



Port Philip 
Port Richmond 
*Port Rnliinum 
*Part Rowan 
Port Royal 



Cumberland ...N S 



F. Cohoon 
L. F. BJQSO 
R. Trit.es 
Wm. Bamtord 
F. X. T. Hamelir, 
Elzear Marcotte 
H. Gordon 
George King 



Norfolk, S R 

Norfolk, S R 

Port Royal j Richmond N S 



Richmond N Si Lewis Murray 

WelUnd O James McCoppei, 

Miss McLennan 
II W. Anderson 



Port RyersR 

Port Sandfield 

Port Severn 

Portsmouth 

*Port Stanley 

*Port Sydney 

Port Ta lbot 

Portuguese Cove . ... 

Port Union 

Port Williams 

Port Williams Stat. 



Wm. Doiron 



Norfolk, S R o Wm. H. Ryerse 



POST OFFICE. 



Simcoe. E R 

Simcoe E H O 

Frontenac 

Elgin, E R 

MuskokaA PS d O 
Klgin, W R 



Enoch Cox 
A. H. Menvilley 
J. McCarthy 
M Payne 
H. C. Lidell 
.lohu Brown 
ohn Power 



Halifax N S 

Ontario. W R.... O^f Heageus 
Kind s N S A. Chase 



King s N S 



Pottageville, ,. jYork, N R 



Powassau 

Powell 

Powerscourt 



Muskoka 4 P S d. 



F. A. Forsyth 

John CU k 
C. M lhoivy 



Lariark. N R, 

Huntingdon Q J. H. McClotebl 

Power s Cr^ek Victoria N B P.O. Kyrain 

Pownall ...jQnnen 8 P E I \ 

Prairie Grove iSr-lkirk M 

Kent OR. Williams 

Westmoreland. W B Vital 
Grenville. S R ... .lolin Dowsley 

Presqu Isle iGrey, N R J"hn McKnzie 

*Pr?.ston Waterloo. S R ... () Conrad Nispel 

Preston Marquette M James Mutdock 

Preston R )ad 1 Halifax N S J. L. Griffin 



Prairie Siding 
Pred enliaut 

*P>-cscott 



Price s Corner., 

Phcrvillf 

Prier-t Pond 

Primrose 

Prince ^I lert 

PrtBce Albert 

Prince Allmrt. 

Prince of Wales 

Princeport 



Simcoe. N R O T Ptico. sen. 



Grey. S R B. A. Ghent 

Kind s P E I M. Greg >ry 

! lardwHl I Gjorge Dodds 

Saskatchewan Ter. Charles Hair 

| Ontario. S R OP Hurd 

.N 8 John W. Reigh 
N I? 
N S J. Sanderson 



j Annapolis 
St. John 
C ilchester 

Princeton Brant, N R H. C. Foray th 

Princetown Pi-low P E I H. E. Mackay 

Princetown Road ... Queen s P El R McDonald 

Prineville Inverness \ S John McMaster 

Prince William York N B 

Prince William Stat. York N B Wm. G. Hatch 

Prinyer Princtt Edward... William B >yd 

Prospect Lanark, S R Wm. Burrows 

Prospect Halifax N S J. II. Powers 

Prosser Brook Albert X I! D. 1. Beenian 

Protectionville ! Nonhumberl d.N B i W. E. Bakar 



Providence Bay 

Puhnico Beach 

Pubnico Harbour ... 

Piigwash 

Pntrwash River 

Pulteney 

Purbrook 

Purdy 

Purl brook 

Purple Grove 

Purple Hill 

Pnrpleville 

Paxlinclt 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT ! POSTMASTER. 



Algoma 0-R. S. Ogle 

Shelburne N S J. C. Nicherson 

Yarmouth N S John Garland 

Cumberland... N S Levi Borden 
Cumberland... N S! Trios. A. Fraser 

Selkirk MlL. M. Fortier 

Ontario, N R O I J. Croekford 

Hasting*, N R ... OJWni. Watt 
Antigor ishe ... N S Mrs. Thompson 
Bruce, S R Oi-lohn N. Logan 



Durham, W R... O 
York. W R 

Wellington, S R. 



M. Htinbly" 
S. Carson 
Wm. Leslie 



Putnam Middlesex, E R. OlR. McKenzie 

Quaco Road St.John N B H. D. Kirkpatriek 

Quadra Vancouver B Cj Thomas Piercy 

Qua! des Eboulem nslCharlevoix Q Ovide Tremblay 



Quai de Rimoubki ... 

Qu Appelle 

* Quebec 

Queensboroiigh 

Qneensbiiry 

Queen Hill 

QueenstOQ 

Queens ville 

Queensville 

Queensville 

(^uesneile 

Qninn 

Quinnville 

Qnispamis 

Qnisibus 

Radford 

Rtdstock 

Ragged Head 

Kaggd 1.4-ind 

Raglan 

Ruilfon 

Rainham ... 



R.iJnliam Centre 



Rimonski Qij. Beaulieu 

Arainiboia Terrify. 

Qaebnc Q Jean B. Pruueau 

Hastings, N R.... D.Thompson 
York N B 



Bruce, W R 



D. McKinnou 



Lin. & Nimara.. O 

York, N R Jas. H. Aylward 

Inverness N S D. ,). McMastera 

King s N B J. Johnston 

Cariboo B C I Miss 1. Barlow 

Kent Win. Graham 

Ottawa Q J.Gahagan 

King s NEW. Darling 

Victoria N B 

Pontiac Q John Dale 

loliette Q A. Archauibault 

Guypboro N S D. McMasters 

Shelburne N S John Urey 

Ontario. S R Mrs. Mary Still 

Addington 

H ddimand 0!Mi*s Honsberger 

Haldimand OJ Kearns, juu. 



R-tma Ontario, N R Jas. McPherson 

Ramsay s Corners ... Russell Robt. Ramtey 

Randhoro Cornpton Q A. A. .lones 

Hmcoe,S R OiMrs. A. Parkhill 

Ratielagh Norfolk. N R Benjamin Lake 

R likin Renfrew, N R.... 

Rurer Middlesex, S R... 0| Joseph Howlett 

Rapede de Femme... ] Victoria N B|F. McOormack 

Mirqnette M D. A. Hopper 



Rapids des Joachims 

Rithburn 

K lthn. .. 



liatter s Corner 

Hat Poitage 

Rat River 

Rivmma 

R.ivHiisclitfe 

Rivenslioe 

RaveiiMwond 

RavunR worth 

Rawdon 

Rawdou 

Riymond 

R -aboro 

Reaburn 

Read 

Road 

Reading 

Rear of Black River. 
Rear Little Judi(|iie. 



Pontiac Q 

Ontario, N R 

Oxford, N R 



King s N B 

K 



A. McDougall 
Mrs.T. Cuddahee 

R. McManamon 
Wm. McCarthy 
Proveucher .... M Hilaire Gagne 

Grey. E R Geo. Strsohn 

MuskokaA PS d. O^John J. Piper 

York. N R O|J. L. Hugerman 

Lambton. K R ... 0|Wm. Nimmo 
Muskoia & PS d. Oi J. C. Harvey 

MontCUlm QjM skelly 

Hants N S Thomas Moxon 



Muskoka & PSd. O 
Victoria, S R . ... 



A. Suffern 
John Holbert 



Lisijar M|J. W. Patterson 

Westmoreland N BJE. Read 
Hastings. E R. ... OjJohn C. Hauley 
Wellington, C R. OR. Donaldson 

Richmond N S John Morrison 

N S D. McMillan 



Rear L. Sporting Mt.|Richmond N S.Wm Urquha.-t 



Rear Ball s Creek 

Reay 

Rebecca 

Red Bank ... 

R^d Bay . 

Red House ... 
Red Islands.., 
Rednersville 
Red Rapids . . 
Red Rocks. . . 
Red Point ... 
Red Wing ... 
Refd- dale ... 

Regina 

Reid s Mills... 
Rttlessey 



Caps Breton.. NS M. McMillan 

Simcoe. E R J. Tasknr 

Middlesex, E R . J. Henderson 
Northumberl d.N B.Mrs. Sutherland 

Bruce, N R O 1 . . McFarlaue 

Kind s P E I J. Needham 

Richmond N S M McKenzie 

Prince Edward... O - ames Redner 

Victoria N BlC. Roberts, jun. 

Algoma N. Fiamagau 

Ki-.gs PEI 

Grey. R R 0;J. L. G. Conkling 

Megantic Qj.lohn Quon 

A-siuiboia Terrify! J. C. Irvine 

Dundas 0. W. Kcid 

Cardwell Oi Robert Wilsou 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



89 



POST OFFICE. 



I ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Renaud s Mills Kent N B M B Leger 

Eenforth Brant, N R Robt. Mahew 

^Renfrew I Renfrew, S R . ... Wm. Mackay 

Renfrew ; Hants N S D. McLauchlin 

Renous Bridge Northumberl d.N BJ". Jardme 

Renous River j Norcbumberl d.N BHVI Hayes 

Reuton Norfolk, X R Mrs. A. Renton 

Rent-on Station < Wentworth, S R. OX Wilkinson 

Repentiguy | L Assomption Q V. X. O Brien 

Restoule .". Muskoka & PSd. 0. Stephenson 

Reynardton (Yarmouth N S D. Andrews 

Rhodes ! King s N S I Neiley 

Rhode s Corner jLunenburg N S Daniel Dares 

I Missisquoi Q Simon Lambkin 

Algoma John Richards 

Prescott P. McLaurin 

j Megautic . . . Q A. Cloutier, sen. 

Richardville i Kent N B C. D. Cormier 

Richby jCompton QiKdgar Lang 

Richibucto jKent N B J. C Vautour 



Riceburi* 

Richard s Landing 

*Ricevillf. 

Richardville 



Richibucto Village 
Richmond Corner... 
* Richmond 
^Richmond 



^Richmond Hill 

Richmond Station... 

Rich:uoud 

Richview 

Rich wood . 



Kent N B F. J. Richard 

Carleton N B Robt. Mclntyre 

Richmond Q P. H. Foster 

Carleton W. II. Butler 

York,W R Matthew Teefy 

Richmond Q L Jutras 

Halifax N S Jarues Anderson 

Peel, N R o SIiss J. Burgess 



Brant, N R 



David Kyte 



Ridgetown I Elgin. W R L. S. Hancock 

Ridgeville Monck OjHenry Garnee 

Ridgeville Proveucher M i Robt. McMillan 

*Ri<J(teway . Welland O Ralph Disher 

Rlenknd | Marquette M Herman Dyck 



Rigaud 

Riley Brook 

Rimington 

*Rinumski 

Ringwood 

Ripley 

Rlpon 



Vaudreuil Q A. W. Charleboi> 

Victoria N B Isaac Gaunce 

Hastings, N R. ... Jokn Rimington 

Rimouski Q Samuel Cote 

Ontario, N R G. U. Sylvester 

Bruce, i? R O P. D. McTnnes 

Ottawa OJJ B. St. Pierre 

Riverbank (Wellington, C R. Mrs. M. Hollis 

Riverbank j Carleton N B R. W.Tompkinp 

RSverdale J unction. jCardwell Q James Graham 

River Beaudette !Soulangs Q P. Langlois 

River Bouryeoise . ... j Richmond N S G. H. Buret 

River (7/iarIo | Reatigouche... N B P. Hamilton, jui 

River Dtirid lYamaska Q J. B. Commo.iult 

River de Chute Carleton N B| Joseph B. Porter 

River Dennis ! Inverness N S R. McKunzie 

River Dennis Road... I Inverness N S John Morrison 

River Desert Ottawa -Q!S R. Brock 

River Gilbert JBeauce Q! L. Rancourt 



Rlv. Gilb tG. Mines 

River Hehert 

River Inhab. Bridge 

River Jnhn 

River John Road 

R iver Josepk 

River Ltuixnn . . 



Beai.ce Q J T Lsirhanee 

Cumberland... N S Mi bael Pugsley 

Richmond M s W. R Morrison 

Pictou N S John D. Gauld 

Cololiestr N S Hiss M. Morrow 



Ottawa Q C Monnette 

Restigouche ... N B Donald Stewart 

River Philip ! Cumberland... N S Mrs. G. Philips 

Riversdalt Bruce, E R a Wm. McDonald 

Riversdale JGolchestor SS M. C Webster 

River Side ! Albert N I! Jas. C.irnwath 

Riverside iYrrk, ER O Henrv Parry 

Riverside I N. Westminster, B C;C. B. Sword 

Riverstown | Wellington, N R. 

Riverview iGrey, E R O 



River View . 

Riviere a Claude 

Riviere a. la Martre. 
Riviere aux Pins.... 
Riviere Bois Clair ... 
Riviere des Caches . 
Riviere des Plantes. 
Riviere des Prairies.. 





Albert N B T. W. Church 

Gaspe Q j T. Auclair 

Gasp6 Q Jean Gauthier 

Quebec Q F. Armstrong: 

Lotbiniern Q Alphons** Lord 

Northumbsrl d.N B (I. Savoy 

Beauce Q George Plants 

Hochwlaga Q, Louis Bi-langi-r 

f Temiscouata QjChas. A. Qaudrj 

Riv. du Loup Stiit u. Temiscouata Q Felix Saindom 

Riviere Gagnon !Terrebonne QiWm. Scott 

Riviere la Fleur Montmorenci ... Q I . Langlois 

Riviferela Madeleine Gaspe Q . Joseph J.-itn 

Riviere Ouelle Kamouraska Q Miss C. Anctil 

Reviere St. Jean .... Siguenay OB Chambers 

Riv. Trois Pistoles... Temiscouata Q J. G. St-tnn 

Rivington Argenteuil Q D. Mclntosh 

Rivulet | Inverness NS M. McDonald 

Roach s Point York, N R O R. McCordick 



POST OFFICE. 



Roach Vale ............ 

Robertson s Point.... 

R bertson Station... 
Robertsville ...... 

Roberval ............... 

Robichaud ............ 

Robinsnn ............... 

Robitnille .......... 

Roblin .................. 

Rob Roy ............... 

Rochelle ............... 

Kochesterville ....... 

Rock Barra ............ 

Rockburn ............ 

Rockford ............... 

Rock Forest ....... 

* Rncl-ingham ......... 

Rockingbam ......... 

Rock Island .......... 

Rockland ............... 

Rockland ............. 

Rockland ............. 

RocSland Station.... 

R^ckliffe ............... 

Rocklin ............... 

Rorkly .................. 

Rocklyn ................ 

Rockport ............... 

Rockport ............. 

Rockside ............... 

R^ckside Springs ... 
Roclton ............... 

Rock Village ......... 

Rockville ............... 

Rockville ............... 

Rockwell Settlement 
Rockway Valley ____ 

Rockioood ............... 

Rocky Bay ............ 

Rocky Point ...... 

Rocky Mountain ... 
Rodtjf.rville ............ 

Rodney .................. 

Roebuck ............... 

Rogers Hill ............ 

Rollo Bay ............... 

Rollo Bay Cross ...... 

Rolling Dm ......... 

Roman s Valley ...... 

Romilv ....... 

Romney ............... 

Rona .................... 

R ndeau ............... 

Ronson .......... . ....... 

Rose .............. 

Rosebank ............... 

Rose berry. ........ 

Kosedale ............... 

Rosedale ............... 

Rosedene ............... 

Rosehall ............... 



ELECTORAL DIST3ICT. POSTMASTER. 



Guysboro N 8 Mrs. H. Munroe 

Queen s N B D. McGregoi 

Megantic Q!0. Tf erinult 

Addington Oj William Dyer 

Chicoutimi Q Joseph Duinais 

Westmoreland N B II Robichaud 

Comptou Q Lemuel Pope 

Bonaventure. . . . Q Ernest Allard 

Lennox O.Wm. M. Paul 

Grey, E R 

Sheffbrd QJ A. DesauWs 

Carleton Mrs. Mi Kechney 

King s P E 1JR. McDonald 

Huntingdon Q A Oliver 

Norfolk, S R J. G. Evans 

Sherbrooke Q Gerard J. Nagle 

Jtenfrew. 8 R .... 01 J. 8 J. Watson 

Yarmouth N S; L. Hamilton 

Stanstead Q|A. A. Barry 

Russell OiWni. C. hdwards 

Westmoreland N B] Jones Tavlor 

Richmond Q> J. J. Williams 

Westmoreland.N Bl 

Renfrew, N R ... 0, W. H. Mclntyre 

Pictou N S Robt. Fraser 

Cumberland ...NS.Wiu. Buruside 

Grey, E R 0;W. H. Dodson 

I>eeds, S R OlC. Cornwall 

Westmoreland, N B Rufus Ward 

Cardwell John Kirkwood 

Brockville 0;B. Ellis 

Wentworth, N R. 0!B. Cornell 

Russell Miss E. M. EVJHU 

King s N B J. L. H.rrison 

Yarmouth N S 

Cumberland .. N S 



Cha.-. 

Aaron RockweH 



Rnscneaih 
Rosetta 
Rose Vale 
Rose Valley 
Roseville 
Roseway 
Rosliu 
ROM] in 
Ross 

R->ssburn 
RO--S Corner 
*Rossf.au 
licssi au Kails 
Ross Mills 
Ross More 
Ross Mount 
Rossway 
Rostock 



Rothsay 
Rothitvi 
Rouge Hill 

Rouge mont 

Round Hill 

RuiTid Hill 



Ottawa Q C. Sinclair 

Wellington, S R. Robt. Pasmore 

Richmond N SjChag. Dojla 

Queen s P B 1 1 John Smith 

Pictou N S J. J. Sutherland 

Perth, S R O.Jas. Bonthrou 

Elgin, W R A. Humphrey 

Grenville, S R ... OJA. Lawn-nee 

Pictou N S; Jos. C. McLeod 

King s PEI 

King s P K I A. Campbell 

Charlotte N B R McKenn/ 

Guysboro N S D. Kelly 

Card well OB. Fanning 

Kent 0, 

Queen s P El N. McKenaie 

Kent W Stirling 

Norfolk. N R Mrs. A. Burnett 

Cumberland . .N S H. Smith 

Brant, N R J Hoffman 

Selkirk M A. Kelso 

Victoria, N R . ... Moses McNeil 

Carleton N B, W. E. Hnyt 

Monck 0:Cor. McKay 

Prince Edward... 0] 

Simcoe, S R Geo. dimming 

j Northumb.. W R. J. J. Muirkead 

Lanark, N R R >bt McKarlau* 

AHiPi-t N B John Stevens 

Qiifen s P E 1 J.C. K. Nicholson 

i Waterloo. S R ... O] James Veitch 

Shelburne N S Klijih Ila-ar 

Hastings, K R ... Mi.-s J. Hewitt 
Cuiiil>erlHiid ...N S IMvii Stewart 
R-nfr^w, N R.... O.Mrs. M. McLaren 

Selkirk M R. K. R .ss 

King s N S D E. Russ 

Muskok;<& PSd. Wm. liitiOihura 
^:u--koka& PSM. Wai. Si iu<-r 

Levis Q NJon is Scott 

Prince Kdward... Win. (ierow 
Durham, K. R. ... Joshua l.ill 

JDigby N S Joi-hun R..-id 

i Perth, N R 0,Ju>tus Kreuti-r 

Ontario, \\ R .... 0;( harles Alcox 
WaJlington. C R. O W. H. Low.-s 

Kind s N B G. W. Sherwood 

Ontario, WR Huu li Grafcaui 

Rouville Q Z Batchc-ldar 

King s N B Wm. MaLeod 

Annapolis N S C. E. Spurr 



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[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


Round Lake 


Peterboro ,ER... 
Norfolk, N R 


Henry Gerow 
A. Masecar 
S Rounthwaite 
J. 0. foirer 
John Biddle 
Hugh Grant 
Thoi. S. Carter 
Jas. E. Simmons 
John Kelly 
W. C. King 
John Wood 
S. Bachand 

Chas. W. Estey 
G. Weade 
James Bfill 
Klzear Ross 
Mrs. B. Wheeler 
Sam. Huuon. 
Abner Smith 

J. Duprey 
Robt. Reid 
.lohn Wilson 
W. 11. Petrie 
Jamos Russell 
C. Struthers 
J. Gallant 
E. D. Martin 
II. N. Roberts 
John Barnett 
W. D. Ruttan 

Jas. Robinson 
Wm. Parks 
D. Allan 
H. B. Lafleur 
George Mauger 

F. X. Cbarland 
Antony Kaiser 
Rev.C.Samoisette 
L. Boulauger 
Rev. H. Marceau 
Thos. Rowley 
Louis Olivier 
F. Forgette 
Pierre Geliuas 
Jean Savard 
Victor Fortier 
D. Rheanlt 
Rev. P. H. Lednr 
George Brochu 
A. A. L. Brien 
Egide Om on 
J. Bte. Drolet 
F. M. Trudeau 
Antoine Cote 
R. Robinson 
Couture 
Edouard Roy 
U. N. Rabv 
G. F. Campbell 
DnncanChishoim 
A. B. Sibley 
Thomas Lamb 
L. Masterson 
Thomas Sinclair 
J. Macdonald 
Btmoni LMselle 
Olrvier Desilets 
F. S. Bourgeanlt 
A. McEwen 
T. Raymond 
Adolphe Pare 
Jos. U. Marcotte 
A. Taseeville 
D.Gaudette, M.D 
G. Levesque 
E. Latraverse 
M. McKenxie 
Isaie Richer 
M. Murphy 
Joseph H. Snider 
Miss J. Fortier 

Edmond Larue 


8t. Antoine, Riv. Ric. 


Verchores Q 


Louis Milette 
Miss 0. Fortin 

Peter Smith 
F. Pelletier 
P. Regnier 
A. Blais 

C. East 
J. B. Ouellette 
A. Bouvier 
F. Bellmare 
d. Fauteux 
U. Collette 
E. Lalumiere 
C. A. Delage 
G. LditMar.-olait 
Severe Daoust 
L. C. Genest 

Augustin Duval 
O. salois 
J. A. Royal 




Tomiscouata Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


Rounthwaite . ... 


Marquette .... M 


St. Apolliimire 
St. Armand Centre... 
St. Armaud Station. 
St. Arsene 
St. Athanuse 




Presi-ott .... 


Missigquoi Q 


Re wan Mills 


Norfolk, S R 








Tomisconata Q 
[berviHe Q 


Rowena 


Duudas O 


Rowena 


Victoria N B 


St. Aubert 


L Islet Q 




Albert N B 


St. Augustine 
St.Amustin,P tneuf 
St. Augustin,Two M. 
St. Barnabe, R.Yam. 
St. Barnabe. St.Mau. 
St. Barthelemi 
St. Bazile de Portn f 
St. Bazile le Grand. 
St. Bazile Station ... 


Huron, W R O 
Portneuf Q 


Roxham 
Roxton f)ill-s .... 


St. Johns Q 
Shefford .... Q 


Two Mountains.. Q 
St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
St. Maurice Q 
Berthier Q 


Roxton Pond 


Shefford Q 


Royal 




Royal Road 


York NB 


Royalton 


Carleton N B 


Ruobll 


Simeoe. E R 


Charjibly Q 


Ruisseau a Sem 


Rimoucqui . . . . Q 
Bonaventure Q 
Ottawa Q 




Joliette Q 


Rupert .... 


St, Benoit 


Two Mountains.. Q 




Sunbury N B 


St. Bernard de Dorc r 
St. Bernard (sub.) ... 
St. Blandine 


Ruscom River 


Essex, N R 


St John s Q 


Rush L oint 


Peterboro, E R.. 
Simeoe, S R 
Perih. S R 


Rimouski Q 




St. Bonaventure 




Russeldale .- 






Russell 


Russell 


Ste. Brigide 


Iberville Q 


D. G. Lamarche 
N. D. Houde 
J. M. Cote 
A. Perrault 
J. H. Crepeau 
John Makereth- 
If. X. Gingras 

O. Desroches 


Russelton 


Simeoe, N R O 
Chateauguay .... Q 
Queen s P E I 
Carleton N B 
Bothwell O 


Ste.Brigitte des S lts 
St. BrSno 


Nicolet Q 




Chambly Q 


Rustiro 


St.Calixte, Kilkenny 
St. Camille 




Ruth*r Glen , 


Wolfe Q 


Rutherford .... 


St. Canute 


Two Mountains.. Q 


Buthven 
Ruttauville 


Essex, ER 
Marquette M 
\\entworth, S R. 


*St. Casimir 


St. Cassieu des Caps 
St. Castin 


Charlevoix . . . . Q 
Kent . N H 


Ryckman s Corners.. 
Rydal Bank 


St. Catharines 
St. Catherines River 

Ste. Cec. de Lt-vrard. 
St.CeciledeWhittou 
St. Celestin 




Bye .. 


Mukoka & P S d 
Northumb., E R. 
Terrebonne Q 


Queen s N N S 


Jacob McDonald 
Robert Lawrie 
F. M. Eailhoii 
L. Catudal 
Alf. Thibodeau 
J. E. Gabourj 
Mary Adshead 
Joseph Cyr 
Ed. Bilodeau 
J. E. LeBlanc 
I. J. L. Derome 

J. E. Caouettc 
J. L. Kroetsoh 
George Afril 
A. Borque 
C. tielinas 
M. J. Phelan 
Venant Guud^t 
J. 0. Longtin 

D. Gallagher 
J. Hamel 
G. N. Ducharme 
C. N. Paquiu 
A. Champagne 
U. Dallaire 
R. E. Dyson 

J. B. Cloutiet 
Joseph Dionne 
P. H. Petit 

Luc Remillard 
Mrs. F. Halle 
Samuel Read 

Thos. J. Mahon 
K. Germain 
Vicior Vachon 
Thos. J. Mahcn 
L. Cown 
S. Levesque 
C. H. Coutu 
C. Valequette 
J. Blain 
Miss B. Butler 

R H MacDonaid 
F. Garueau 
K. Lacerte 
M. Robillard 
D. A. McDoueall 


Rylstonw 


Lincoln 


Ste. Adele 


Nicolet Q 


8te. Adelaide d. Pa ios 
St Adol. de Howard 
3t. Adneu 


iaspe Q 


Compton Q 


Nicolet Q 


Wolte Q 


St. Cesaire 


Rouville Q 




Waterloo, S R ... 


St. Charles 


Selkirk M 


Ste Agathe 


St. Charles deC.vplan 
St. Chas., Riv. lioyer 
St. Chas. Riv..Rich u 


Bonnvc ntuie Q 
Bellechasse Q 


Ste. Agathe de Lotb. 
Ste. Agnes deCharl x 
Ste.Agnes deDundee 
gt Agapit .. . 


Lotbiniere Q 


Charlevoix Q 


St. Hyaciuthe ... Q 
Chatnaugiiay Q 
Essex 


Huntingdon Q 




St. Glair Siding 
Ste. Claire 


8t. Agathe des Mon i s 
St Aime 


Terrebone Q 




St. Clements 


Waterloo, N R... 
Tomiscouata Q 


6t. Alban 




St. Clement 


St Albert . . 


Russell . Q 


St Clet 




St Albert 


Arthabaska Q 


Ste. Clo hilde 


Arthabaska Q 
Two Mountains.. Q 
Joliette Q 


St. Albert, 


Alberta Territory . 


i*t. Columbin 


St. Alex de Kam rska 
St. Alex.d Iberville. 
St.. Alexis de Monte. 
St. Alexis des Monts. 
St Alphonse .... 


St Come . 


Iberville Q 
Montcalm Q 


St. Constant 




St. Croix 


Hants ... N S 


Maskinonge Q 
Joliette Q 


St. Crr.ix 


York N B 


Ste. Cruix 




St. Alphonse de Gran 
St Amedee .... 


Shefford Q 


St. Cunegonde 


Hochelaga Q 


Ottawa . .. Q 


St. Cuthbert 


Berthier Q 


5t. Anaclet . . .... 


Rimouski Q 


Sr.Czthbert Station. 
St. Cyprien 


Herthier 


St. Andre do Kara... 
St. Andre Avollin... 
SI. Andrpws .... 


Kamouraska Q 
Ottawa . . Q 


Teinisc Miata Q 


gt Cyr 


Richmond Q 


Charlotte N B 


St. Cyriac 


Chicoutimi .. . Q 




Antigonishe ...N S 
Colchester . .. N S 


St. Cyrillede L Islet 
St. Cyi-ille de Wend. 
St. Djunase 


[/Islet Q 






*St. Andrews, East.. 
St. Andrews, West... 
St. Andrews 
St. Andrews 


Argenteuil Q 


St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
BHrthier Q 


Cornwall 


St.Damie deBrundon 
S.DamiendeBnckl d 
St. David de Levis... 
St David s 


Liscrar M 


Bellechasse Q 
Levis Q 


Kind s P E I 


St Arjg61e de Monn r 
3te. Angel* de LaTnl 
9t. Anicet 


Rouville Q 


Lin. & Niagara... 
Kamouraska Q 


Nicolpt .. . . Q 


St.Dttnis dlBout re 
St. Denis, Riv. Rich. 
St. Didace 


FIiintiTitrdnti O 


St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Maskinonge Q 
Bagot Q 


St Anue ... .... Knt NR 


8te.Anne doBellevne 
Ste. Anne de BesuprS 
Ste. Anne de la Per. 
fite.Anne des Monta. 
Ste.AnnedesPlaines 
StevAnne laPocatiere 
Ste, Anne de Sorel.. 
St. Ann s 


JacquesCartier... Q 
Montmorency Q 
Champlain .. Q 


St. Dom. de Bagot ... 
St.Dominiqne Statn. 
St. Dom. des t edres 
8t. Donat 


Soulanges Q 




Gaspe Q 


Rimouski Q 


Terrebonnp Q 


St. Donat de Mont.. 
Ste. Dorotbee 




Karanuraaka Q 
Richelieu Q 
Victoria N S 


Laval . Q 


St. Edouard de Nap. 
St.Ed.de Frampton. 


Napierville Q 






Provencher M 
Queen s P E I 
Monck . 




8t- Ann s 


St. Eleanors 
St Eleuthere 


Prince P K I 
Kamouraska . ... vj 
St. Maurice Q 
Jolietfc Q 




St. Ansolme 


Dorchester Q 


St Elie 


St. Anthony 


Kent ... .. N R 


Ste. Elizabeth 


St. Antoine, Lotbi rei Lotbiniere Q 


St. Elmo ... 


Glengarry O 



[90J 



188-i.J 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



9.1 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


St. Eloi Temiscouata Q 


Sifroid Lapoint* 
Jean Bilodeau 
A. Bazinais 
0. Bgin 
C. W. Warner 
C. D. dit Paiiieau 
D. McKay 

Louis Poulin 
U. Brunelle 
Victor Lhlond* 
J. Rondeau 
Narcisse Legris 
P. Gauthier 
Honors BJais 
A. Gagnon 
L. G. Villeneuve 
Antoine Morin 
Louis F. Roy 
H. Gagnon 
Max Crepeau 
A. Pflletier 
Pierre Berube 
A. Bherour 
Leon Langlois 
Auiiuste Cote 
L. Bed.ml 
F. Vincent 
1). St. Pierre 
F. Belleau 

S. St. Amour 
K. Pepin 
F. E. N. Bouchei 
N. Beaulieu 
E. C. Bouiet 

G. Caron 
F. X. Plauts 
M. O Heir 
H. D. Cote 
A. W. Lnudrigai 

Godfroi Boilean 
K. R. O Brien 
Hubert Catellier 
C. P. Keefer 
K. X. Koy 
Louis Moison 
Angus Mclnnis 
Miss E. Pare 
L. Champoux 
Gervais Carrier 
George Cote 
Autcuste Caron 
J. A. Poirier 
Joseph Jasmin 
II. Mirhnud 

Hector Payeur 
John Gordon 
Joseph Mercier 
G. Roy 
K. Kaure 
George Demers 
P. E.Clairoux 
L. Latourneau 
Ilonore Cyr 
A. A. A. Valique 
K. Goulet 
F. X Regimbal 

F. Robert 
E. Lafontaine 
C. Lussier 
B. Richard 
Joseph Gosselin 
Antoine Nadean 
F. T. Ungevin 
has de Lagarde 
Mrs. L. Parent 
Thos. Howard 
J. L. Wideman 
Z. Cloutier 
Jos. 0. Poirier 
W. F. Lane 
John Taylor 

19 




Terrebonne 
Provencher 
Ilochelaga 


Q Joa. Desroches 
51 
Q Emila Hubert 
Q L. G. E. Goulet 

Q 
Q Rev. L. Arpin 
Q E Chandonnais 
Q J. R. Lippe 
Q F. X. Turcotte 
Q Louis Ouellet 
Q Marie Fournier 
Q E. Marchand 
Q I sale Simard 
QiJos. Bachaud 
j Eugene Beultt 
B Stephen J. King- 
Q|L B. Demers 
Q J. McPherson 
O John Harper 
Q F. Gagne 
Q Diogene Moriset 
Q Mrs. G. Roussel 
B Alfred Roy 
S A. McGillivray 
Q Edouard Ruel 
Q Kev. Filiatrault 
Q Napol n Fauteux 
Q J. Charbonneau 
Q j Prudent Gendron 
Q Joseph Collet te 
Q j Louis Robwge 
QJ Jos. Racette 
Q L. Marchand 
Qi Moyae Menard 
Q Ouesime Dion 
Q D. 0. Davis 

Q 
Q J Le Cavalier 
M Wm. G. Hunton 
OS. D. Woodman 
Q Louis Kenneur 

Q 
Q Edouard Letage 
M A. Messner 
Q Joseph Picher 
B L. C. Akerlv 
T! Patrick Martin 
Q J. C. Bachaud 
Q U. B. Desrochers 
Q V. Lemay 
Q Leandre Vachon 
B Auguste Legar 
Q A. Thibaiilt 
Q II. Potvin 
Q M. Marcent 
Q J. Tremblay 
Q A. 1 abtrgo 
Q Noe Forget 
Q I. Rainville 
Q; Pierre Tanguay 

Q 

Q Moise Roy 
Q Pierre Duvcrnay 
Q George Angers 
1 .1. McCormack 
Q J. B. Cadrin 
Q Ifiss E. Gatien 
Q M. Berthiaulme 
Q Dr. R.J. Charette 
Q Antoine Hel ert 
1! Albert Mofhei 
8.C. E. Everett 
Peter M. Nichol 
B 
B C. L. Estabrooks 
I; James Gormley 
Q S. Bertrand 
Q T. Leveque 
Q G. E. Bistodi-au 
Q J. B. Beauchemiu 
Q L. T. Deziel 
Q G. Forgues 
Q : Flavian Robert 
Q H. Gendron 
Q Chouinaril 
Ql Joseph Smith 
Q J. H. Biron 


St. Klzear Rnaiina O 


St. Jean Baptiste ... 
St. J. Bp.de Montreal 
St. J. Bp. de Rouville 
St. Jean Chry. Levis 
St. Jean de Dieu ... 
St Jean des Chaillons 
St. Jean de Matha... 
St. Jean d Orleans ... 
S Jean 1 Evangeliste 
St. Jean Port Joli... 


Ste.Eme.de 1 Energie 
St. Ephrem de Tring. 
St. Ephrem d Ppton 
St. Esprit 


Joliette Q 




Rouville 


Ba"ot Q 


Levis 


Mootealm Q 


Temiscouata 
Lotbiniere 


St. Baprit . 


Broine Q 


St. Et. de Beaufcar s. 
St. Btienne de Bolt n 
St. Etienge des Ur&s 
St, Eugene 


Joliette 


Montmorency.... 
Bonaventur* 




Presoott ... . 


L Islet 


St.Eug.de Grantbam 
Ste. Eulalie 




Terre bonne 
Montmorency ... 
Shefford 


N icolot Q 


St. Joachim de Mont 
St.Joach. de Shefford 
St.Joach. Riv Kusc m 
St. John 




Two Mountains.. Q 


St. Evar.de Forsyth 
St. Fabien 


Essex 


Rimouski Q 


St. John N 


St. Faustin 


Terrebonne Q 


St. John Suburb . ... 
St. John s, East 
St. John s. West 


Quebec 


Ste. Faniille 


Montmorency t) 
Chicoutimi Q 
Rimouski Q 


St. John s 


St. Felicien 


Welland 


St. Felicite 


St. J. seph d Alma... 
St. Joseph de Beauce 
St. Joseph de Lepage 
St. Joseph 


Chicoutimi 
Beauce 


St. Felix de Valois... 
St. Ferdinand 


Joliette Q 


Meerantic Q 


Rimouski 




Moutmorency ... Q 
Charlevoix.. Q 


Westmoreland, N 
Antigonishe... N 
Levis 


St. Fidele 


St. Joseph 


Ste. Flavie . 


Rimouski Q 


St. Joseph de Levis. 
St. Joseph de Sorel . 
St. Joseph du Lac ... 
St. Jovite 


Ste. Flavie Siation... 
St. Flavien 


Rimounki Q 


Richelieu 


Lotbiniere . Q 


Two Mountains.. 
Terrebonne 


Ste. Flore 


Chainplain... Q 


St. Fortunac 


Wolfe Q 


St. Jude 


St. Hyacinthe ... 


St. Fov 


Quebec . Q 


Ste. Julie de Verch.. 
Ste. Julie deSomer t. 
Ste. Julienne 


St. Francois, Beaucr. 
St. Francois de Sales 
St. Fran. d Orleaus. 
St. Frangois du Lac 
Ste. Franchise 


Beauce .... Q 


Megantic 


Laval Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
Vamaska Q 


Montcalm . . 


St. Justin 

Ste.Just.de Newton. 
St. Lamheut de Levis 
St. Lambert, Mont... 
-t. Laure t d Orleans 
St. Laurent, Mont l 
St. Laurent 


Maskinonge 


Vaudreuil 


Montmagny Q 


Levis 


St.Frangois.Mont ny 
St. Francjois Xavier. 
St. Fran. X. d. Viger 
St. Frederic . . . 


Chambly 


Montmorency 
Jacques Cartier... 
Lisgar 


Temin ouata Q 
Beau re Q 


St. Gab. de Brandon. 
St. GabdH Montreal 
St. Gabriel Station... 


Berthier Q 


St Lawrence 
St. Lazare de Bclle e 
St. Lazare de Vaudr l 
t. Leon 


Frontenac 




Bellechasse 


Portnerf 


Vaudreuil . 


Chicoutinii Q 


Maskinongfi 
Marquette 
Nicok-t .... 


Ste. Genwvieve 


JacqnesCartier... Q 
Charlotte N B 
Beauce Q 


St. Leon 
St. Leonard . . 




St. George, Beauce 


St. Leonard Station. 
St. Leonard s 


Victoria N 


*St. G->nr>je, Brant... 
St. Geo. de Windsor. 
St. George East 
St. George s Channel 
St . Ger. deGrautham 
Ste. Gertrude 


Bniat. N R U 


Victoria N 


St. Liboire 


Bagot 

Montcalm , 


Beauce Q 
Richmond N S 
Drummond Q 
Nicolet Q 

Bellechasse Q 


ST. 1 ,i"~uori 


St. Louis deBonsec rs 
*t. LouisdeGon zague 
St. Louis de Kent . . 
Sr. Loui de Ha Ha. 
Ste. Louise 


Richelieu 


Beauharnois 


St. Gervais 


Temiscouata 
L Islet ^ 


St. Giles 


Lotbiniere... Q 


*St. Gobert 


Rimouski Q 
Nicolet ... . Q 


St. Luc 
Ste. Luce 


St. John s ... 


St. Gregoire.... 


Rimouski 


St.Guill me d Upton 
Ste. liilene de Kara. 
Ste. Helene de Baitot 
Ste. Hel. ne Chester. 
St. Helen s 


Drummond , Q 


Sre. Luce Station ... 
Ste. L. dt- Doncaster. 
ste. Madeleine 


Rimouski 


Kamouraska.. . Q 


Montcalm 


Bagot . Q 


St. Hyacinthe.... 
Bellechasse 
Dorchester... 


Arfhabaska Q 
Huron, W. R 
Dorchester Q 


St. Mugloire 


St Malachie 


Ste. Henedioe 


St. Malo Compton 


St. Henri de Levis . 
St.Hen. de Montreal. 
St. Henri Station ... 
St. Ilermas 


Levis Q 


St. Marc Vercheres 


Hochelaga Q 


St. Marcel . ... Richelieu . 


Levis Q 


St. Margaret s Kincr s P v 


Two Mountains.. Q 
Stanstead Q 
Victoria N B 


Ste. Marguerite 
Ste. M. df Monnair . 
Ste. Marthe 


Dorchester 


St. Hermeuegilde ... 
St. Hilaire 


Rouville 


Vaudreuil . 


St. Hilaire Station... 
St. HiUire Village... 


Rouville Q 


St. Martin Laval 


Rouville. . Q 


St. vinrtine Cliateauguay 


St.Hipp.de Kilkenny 
St. Honore 


Terrebonne .. . Q 


St. Jfnrtin s St. John N 


Beauce Q 


St. Mary sBay Dinby N 
*8t. Mary s Perth S R. 


St. Hubert 


Chambly Q 


St. Hugues 


Bagot Q 


St. Mary s Kent \ 


*Sl. Hyacinthe 


St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Kant .. .. \ H 


St. Mary s Ferry York N 
St. Mary s Road King s P B 
St. Mathias Rouville 


St. Ignace 


St. Irenee fihurlflvnir .. O 


St. Isidore, Dorch ter 
St. Isidore, Laprairie 
St. Isidore .* 




St. Mathieu Rimouski . 


Laprairie Q 


St. Maurice nbamnlain. . 


Gloucester N B 
Prescott 


St. Maurice Forges.. 
Ste. Melanie 
St.Michelde Bellecb. 
St. Michel deNprvi e 
St. Michel dt.s Saints 
St. viodeste 


St. Maurice 
Joliettn 
Bellechasse 
Napierreville 


St. Isid e de Prescott 
St. Ives 


Middlesex, ER... 
Waterloo, N R ... 
Montcalm Q 


St. Jacob s 
St. Jacques 


St JacqaesleMineur 
St. James 


Laprairie Q 


Temiscouata 


Selkirk.. . .. M 


St. Mo ise .. 


St.James Park i Middlesex, S R... 


Ste. Monique de Nic. 
1J 


Nicolet 





92 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OF ICE. ! ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


fit. Mou deux Moat. 


Two Mountains . Q 


D. Leonard 
D. Hamelin 
B. Paquet, 
Mrs. N. Roh 
Rev N. Ricbot 
Narcisse Richard 
Wm. Wilson 
Win. Morton 
David Grenier 
Clement Dube 
L. Chapdelaine 
Alex. Hudou 
Alfn-d Cwron 
A Bloudeau 
BazilePajment 
Autoine Lebel 
J. McNaughton 
J. S. lioaiidette 
Alexis Boucher 
Joseph Guilbiiul 
M. ht. Pierre 
Joseph Marion 
Joseph Bernard 
P. Desmarais 
A. Thompson 
0. A. Clement 
T. Kinsman 
0. Rosseau 
R. G. Morrison 
6. P. Germain 
P. Naubert 
Fr. Deschene 
Mrs.M D Amoui 
A. Qauthier 
Rov.JUI Marcel 
Jos Lavalle 
P. A. Drolet 

Thomas Phillips 
Sarsh D. Bacon 
Z. Raymond 
John Taylor 

L. N. Riemdeau 
Jos. Ftigon 
P. C A. foamier 
Mrs. M McDimell 
Joseph Goulot 
E. David 
Robert Tyre 
Chas. Bedard 
N. Champagne 
E. Thomas 
0. Dupre 
Louis 1 . Iluot 
J. B. Paquette 
.Mrs.V. M.Gaguon 
J. Deslongch inps 
E. Belanger 
Oscar Peltier 
A. E. Leonard 
A. Chaliot 
II. Lupointe 
R. Dallaire 
W. Sloaue 
J. L. Saucier 
A. Fortier 
K Uaucet 
Pierre Heronx 
J. B. Champagne 

Mrs. A.S. I!erni-i 
P. Lacrolx 
Joseph Vigneau 
Ulric Leveque 
G. Slotisette 
A. J. Lacourciert 
E. Vachon 
D Sullivan. jnn. 
Jacques Royal 
John Marhell 
S. Vaillaucourt 
T. Masfiian 
Andre Elie 
Paul Dccelle 
Andre Morin 
L. A. Handfleld 


Ste.lh&r&sede Slain. 
St. Thomas 


Terrebonne Q 


Auguste Seguin 
D. McCafferty 
S. Desmarais 
F. E. Errnatinger 
A. Lesperance 
J. N. Buist 
Rev. J. Perusse 
J. Denis, sen 
J. B. Poupard 
J. Girard 
L. Lupien 
L. Gagnon 
Jos. Trudel 
P. S. Grandpr6 
F. Bellinger 
R M. Fournier 
II. Paulhus 
F. Gosselin 
C. Germain, jiio. 

A. D. Marchand 
H. L. Kitchen 
Rev. P. Meuuier 
Agarie Rivtt 
G. P. Rousseau 
O. F. Prieur 
Allan McDonald 
W. Dunlop 
S. S. Jones 
Jos. Dicksoi. 
J. H. VanTlacfe 
D McKay 
Thomas Martin 
Jean J. Richard 
Jos. Cloutier 
John R Wi-wler 
Joshua Steeves 
E. Black 
James Dunphy 
J. Taylor 
Wm. Millar 
R. Buttiuie- 
James Fowler 
H. P. Peterson 
H. W. Dunham 
Edward II . Foster 
J. McDonald 
D. Lawler, sen 
Ann Gallagher 
J. M. Deveult 
Thomas O Neil 
C. Armstrong 
J. W. McQtmrrie 
Thos. C. Parry 
Win. Smith 
George McKay 
J. W. Black 
Rachael Salter 

T. Hurley, jun. 
Wm. R Pinkn&y 
Wm. McDonald" 
Edward Taylor 
A. Tburston 
W. C. Hughes 
D. Caswell 
Silas Benjamin 
Edward Dwenzy 
Mrs. Jane Martin 
Geo. A. Fowler 
V. On let te 
N. Bailey 
Isaac Cleveland 
J. II. Morrhou.se 
John Purney 
James Young 
James Finch 
M. Sullivan 
Mrs- L. Delaney 
Norman McLean 
Thomas Let- 
Miss A. Potter 
G. W. Forrest 
J. Labelle 
Mrs. M P 
D A. C>oper 
H. T. Tamliu 


Carleton N B 


St. Nicholas Levis Q 


St.ThomasdeJoliette 
*St. Thomas, West... 
St. Tiinotb.ee 


Joliette Q 


St N orbert RnrHiiar O 


Elgin E R 


St. Norbert 


Provencher .... M 
Rimonski O 




St Octave 


St. Tite 




St. OdilOn I) irc.hmit.Br U 


St.TitedesCaps 
St Ubalde . 


Montmorency .... Q 
Portneuf Q 


St. Ola 


Hastings, N R ... 
Wolfe Q 


St. Oliv. deGarthby. 


St. Urbain de Chat... 
St. UrbaindeCharl.. 
^te. Ursule 


Cbateaugnay . ... Q 
Charlevoix Q 
Maskinongfi Q 
St JohnN Q 


Kamouraska . . Q 


St. Ours 


Richelieu Q 


St. Pacome 


Kaniouraska Q 
L Islet Q 


<t Valantin 




St. Valere de Bui.... 
St. Valerien 




St. Paschal 


Kamouraska Q 


Shefford . . Q 


8t. Pitt rick 


Sitncoe, E R . . . . 
Temiscouata Q 
Victoria N S 


-^t Vallier 




St. Patrick 


St. Vallier Station... 
Ste. Vietoire 
St. Victor deTriusi. 
St. Vincent de Paul. 
St. Vital 
St. Wenceslhs 
St. WiViams 


Bellechasse Q 


St. Patrick s Channel 
St. Patrick s Hill ... 
St. Paul de la Oroix 
St. Paul d tndustrie 
St. Paul du Buton... 
St. Paul I Hermite... 
St. Paul s 


Richelieu Q 
Beauce Q 


Arthabaska Q 




Laval Q 


Montmagny Q 
L Assomption. ... Q 
Pictou N S 
Kent N B 


Proveucher M 
Nicolet Q 
Nortblk, S R .. . 


St. Zacharie 
St Zeuou ... 


Beauce Q 
Berthier . 


St. Pauliu 


Maskinong6 Q 


St. Paul s 




Yamaska . . Q 


SI. Putl s Bu/ 
St. Paul s Station ... 
St. Perpetue 


Perth, S R 


St. Zotique 


Soulanges Q 


Nicolet Q 
Richmond N S 


Sable 


Middlesex, N R. 
Shelburne N S 
Iberville . Q 


Sable Kiver 


St. Pulr.r s 




Sabrevois 


St. Philippe de Lap. 
St.Phil d Argeuteuil 
St. Philippe deNery 
Ste. Philomene 
Sr. Pia 


Argeuteuil Q 


Sack-mile. 


Westmoreland, N B 
Vietorii, N R . . . 
Ontario, N R 
Guysboro .... N S 
Kent N B 


Kamouraska Q 


Sadowa 


Chateauguay Q 
Baaot Q 
Bagot Q 


Saintfield.. 


Saiut Mary s River . 
Saint Norbert 


St. Pie 


Proveucher M 
Yamaska ; . . . . Q 




Beauce Q 
Wellington, CR.. 
Albert N B 


St. PiedGuire 
St. Pierre Biptiste . 
St. Pierre d Orleans.. 
St. Pierre leslSecquets 
St. Pierre. Moatina y 
St. Placide 


Salem 




.Montmorency Q 
Nicolet Q 


Su em 


Cumberland ...N S 
Norfolk. N R 
Westmoreland, N B 

....; M 


Salford .. . 


Montmagny Q 
Two Mountains . Q 
Soulanges Q 


Salisbury 


Salisbury 




Salmon Beach 
Salmon Creek 




St Prime 


Chii-outimi Q 


Sunbury .... N B 


St. Prosper 


Salmouhurst 


Victoria N B 


St. Prosper de Dor.. 
St. Raphael. Bast. ... 
St. Raphael. West... 
St. Raymond 


Champlain Q 


Salmon Point 
Salmon River .... 


Prince Edward... 
St John N B 


Bellechasse Q 


Glengarry Q 


Salmon River 


Cape Breton ...N S 


1 ortneuf Q 




St. Redtmipti-iur. . .. 
St. Kesris 


Vaudrouil Q 




Halifax .. N S 


Huntingdon Q 


Salmon River . ... 


Disjby N S 


St. Ittmi 




Sttluion River (L. S.) 


Gursboro N S 
Peel... O 


St. Rxuii de Tina;.... 
St. Kemi d Amherst 
St. llobert 


Ardiabaska Q 


Ottawa Q 


Siltford 


Huron, W R... . O 
Vancouver B C 


Snlt Spring Island... 


*.SZ. Knc/i de Qu bf.c. 
StRoch lie Eichelleu 

St. Roch des Aulnais 
fit. RochrAchigan... 


Quebec (City) E.. Q 
Richelieu Q 


King s \ B 




Pictou. . . . \ S 


L Islet Q 


Silt Springs Station 


Cumberland... N S 


L Assouiption Q 
Comptou Q 
Bngot .... Q 




Halifax N S 


St. Rosalie 




Wolfe Q 


Ste. Kone 
St. R<e de Watford 
Ste. Rose du Degele. 


Laval Q 
Dorchester Q 
Teuiisconata Q 
Beauce Q 


S;uid B"Hch 


Yarmouth N S 
Algoma O 
Ont.srio, N R 
Yarmouth N S 
Peel 


Sandfi Id... 
Sandford 


St Sim de Gay hurst 
St. Sauveui dc-s Mou. 
St. Situvr.iirdf Quebec 
Stt. SchfiUutiQue 


Sttn- t ord 


Terrebonne Q 
Quebec (City) K.. Q 
Two Mountains.. Q 
Iberville Q 


Sandhill 


Satid Hill 






Lennox 


St. Sebastien 


Sand Point 


Renfrew, S R . ... 
Guysboro N 7 S 
Cumberland .. N S 


St. Severe* 


St. Maurice Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


St. S. de B^aurivage 
St. Simeon. 






*Sandwich 


Essex, 5 3 
Gaspe . . Q 


gt.Siui.de Rimomki 
St. Simon deV aiiiHs a 
St. Sophib de Me^.m. 
St. Sophie deLacorue 
St.viphiede Levrsrd 
St. Stanislas de Ch u 
St. St.inis.de Kostka 
St Slrplien 


Riniouski ... Q 


Bagot Q 


Sfindy Reaches 
Smily Give 
^andv Point 


Lunenburgh ... N S 
Diaby N S 
Shelburne N S 
Addiugton 




Terrehonne Q 
Nicolet Q 
Champlain Q 


S master . , 


S.trgiuson 


Hustings, N R ... 
Ijimbton. W R... 
Russell 
Bruce, N R 


B "uiharnois Q 


Charlotte N B 
L Assomption. ... Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


Sarsfleld 
Sauble Falls 


St. Sulpice 


&t. S /lufs n 


*Sj,uyf.e.n 


JJruce. N R 
Di"by .... N S 


St. Sylvester. East... 
Ste. Thecle 


Lotbiniere ... Q 


Chunplain Q 


Sault au Cochon .... 
. milt au K^collet ... 
Saalt Ste. Marie 
Saurin 
Savatre s Mills . 




St. Tulesphoiv 


Soiilau-i H Q 




St. TJheodored Acton 
St.Theod dwChartsk-y 
St. Theodore ... 


Ua"Ot Q 




Vlontcalm B 


Siincoe. N R 
Stoeflbrd Q 


\Wcheres Q 



[92] 



1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



93 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DIST 


POSTMSTER. 


P05T OFFICB. 


ELECTORAL DI3IR1CT 


POSTMAS ER. 


Savona s Ferry 
Saw Mill Creek 


Yale B C 


Eliz beth J.Wren 
Rich. Harris 

W. W. Rosebush 
Robert Davidson 
Robt. Lennox 
James F. Gray 
Thos. Bearman 
John McKenzie 
M. D. Gleeson 
V. McDougall 
Henry H. Carle 
A. McDonald 
H. S. Cochrau 
Marsnall Brook* 
G. G iron 
lohn A. Eddy 
Wm. Carson 

F. E. Scott 
John Mclver 
Laurent LeBlanc 
/. H. Perkins 
V\ allace Easrnan 
Mrs Short 
S. Dkkson 
Chas. Mct arlanc- 
J. C McCarthy 
John Lin ton 
John Allen 

Wm. Russell 
E. T. Haiidcock 
H. Trueman 
E. L. U. Herring 
Thos. Johnston 
John Pearson 
J. C. Pratt 
J. K. Atkinson 
ibediah Seeiy 
VV. W. Williams 
Adam Fitzer 
David Wartinan 
J. Colcleugh 
R. J. Winyard 
A. A. McKenzit! 

James Bell. 

J. H. Jackson 
Mrs Mary Baker 
I hos. Smith 
George B. Litster 
Mrs.R Nicker.son 
George Brown 
P. Gormou 

S. J Shanklin 
G. Anderson 
W. Green 
Wm. Fletcher 
Wm. Wright 
Thomas Creepar 
Robt. Thomiwon 
Malxar Avery 
John T. Stokes 

Wm Shaw 
J. Desaulniers 
J. II. Shaw 

Job Morton 
C. W. Smith 
D. Babineau 

Michael Hayes 
J. Wambault 
Edwin Bono 
C J. Burpee 
W. Barker 
S. M. Bntley 
James Hayes 

David Lewis 


*Sfielburne 
S/ieU>urne 


Grey, E R 
Shelburne N 
Cardwell 
Saguenav Q 


Edward Berwick 
C. B. Kelley 
M. Webster 
P. Touze 
jWm. Denmark 
Luther Wallace 
John Sheppird 
R. T. Haynes 
Robert Sheppard 
S. J. Fo.v 
J H. McDonald 
W. R. Kelly 
H. B. Zavitz 
K. Lamarre 
\Y. J. Bui! 

Richard Laird 
Andrew Young 
John Leslie 
John Brander 
Win. .Mi in nick 
Chas. Dean 
Mre. S Webber 
f. Heitzman 
R. G. Roberts 
M ss A. Ilamar 
Jacques Gi din 
.1. Stonehoiug 
T. llulliud 
H. Shelnflt 
A. Mowat 
Hobert Bent 
W. H Short 
John Chamber* 
Geortje Bailey 
A. Kirkpatrick 
A W Grant 
S. Mclnnis 
Thomas Babb 

Mrs. McEachem 
Vlrs C. Brown 
S. H. Mellow 
John Dike 
J Rut hei ford 
R E. Smith 
J. Livingstone 

R. Armstrong 
Bte Guimoud 
G. C. H. Silver 
Lewis Keuip 
Henry Mulkina 
James R. Wilson 
David Grant 
John McKay 
William Couke 
J. McUallum 
.1. McCormick 
James E. Whit* 
J Doyle 
David Morton 

.1. R. McKensie 
T. H. Smith 

T. Bell 
Gabriel Babin 
Jnhu Rankin 
J. W. Archibald 
C. A. Wood 
E. W Potter 
.John King 
D. A. Ferguson 
Wm. Knight 
Charlen T. Smith 
Wm. Turner 
J B. Brant 
George Douglas 
G H Keirstead 

R. McLeaoe 
D. Gillies 
Henry Hooper 
R C. Solmes 


Annapolis N S 




Sheldon 
Sheldrake 


*Scarbortf 
Scarboro Junction. 
Scarlet flill 


York, E R 
York E R O 


Shell River 




Sim/ iic. S R ft 


Shepody Road 
Sheppard s Ferry ... 
Sbeppardton 


Kind s . N B 
Selkirk 31 
Huron, W R 


"Schombera . ..York. \ R ft 




Bruce, N R O 
Halton 


Scotch Block 


Sheppardville 


Selkirk M 




Charlotte N B 
Westmoreland. N B 


* S/ierbrooke 


Sherbrooke Q 
Guysboro N S 
Hal ton . . ft 


Scotch Settlement... 


Shtrbrooke 

Sheridan 


Scotchfort . Queen s .. .. P K i 


Sherkston IWellaud 


Scotch Village nnt "M s 






Musk oka & P S d. 
B^ance Q 


Sherwood >Yoik. WK O 


Scott Junction 


Sherwood Spring .. 
Shetland 


(Leeds, S R 
Middlesex, W R. 
Bonavenrnr.- 
Wellington, S R. 
Cumberland ... N S 
Northumber....N B 
Halifax N S 


Oxford, S R . ... 
Piptmi \" S 




Shi<;awake 


ScottN Bay King s N S 


Shiloh 


Scott s B*y Road.... Kind s N S 


Shinemicas Bridge . 
Shjnnickburn 




Ship Harbour 


Scovill s Mills Kent N B 


Ship Harbour Lake. 
Shipka 


Halifax N S 




Middlesex, N R. o 
Wellington, NR 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester N B 
Ontario N R 




Shipley 




Halifax 


Sitippujan 




Huron S R. ..0 


Shippigan Island ... 
Shirley 
Shirley Settlement . 
Shoal Bay 


Sea Cow Head 
Sea Cow Pond 


Prince.. P I 


King s 
Ontario. N R 
Kestigouche... N B 

Pnurlnr.tp M R 


Halifax N S 




Shoal Lake 


Marquette M 




Short Beach 


Yarmouth N S 
Oiifien s._ N H 


Sea.1 Cove 


Shortholme.,1 


Seaton York. W R 


Shrewsbury i Arpsuteuil Q 


Shrigley jGrer, E R 


Sebdght . Iflntarin \ T? ft 


Shubmacadie i Hants w S 




Perth, S R 


Shulie 


Cumberland ... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Marquette M 




Lambton, W R... 
Charlotte N B 
We-tmoreland.N B 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Leeds, S R 
Muskoka&PS d. 






Sidney 


Second Westcock.... 
Seely 


Sidney Crossing 
Sight Point 


Hastings, W R... 
Inverness N S 
Quebec ... Q 


Seely s Bay 
Seguin Falls . . 


Sillery Cove 


Sillsville 




Selby 


Siloam 


Ontario. W R . ... 


Selkirk 




Silver Crei-k 


Selkirk . .. 




Silver Hill 


Norfolk, S R 
Al^oma 


Selkirk Road ... 


Queen s P E I 
Hants N S 


Sikver Islet 




Silver Lake 


Victoria. N R. ... 
Marquette. . M 


Selton 


Elin. W R . . 


Silver Spring .... 


Selwyn .. 


Peterboro , W R. O 


Silverstream 


Victoria... ... N B 


Settrington .. .. 


Silverton 


Richmond.. .. Q 


Severn Bridge. 


Ontario. NR 
Eltfin E R 


Silver Water 


Algoma O 
Norfolk, S R O 
Weutworth, S R. O 
Simooe, N R . 


Seville .. .. 


Sevogle .. . 


["iorthumberl d.N B 
Selkirk . M 


Sinclairville 


Sewell 


Siuff/iampttm 


Shag Harbour .. 


Shlburne N S 
Oxford, N R 
Renfrew, S R 
Hastings, N R ... 
St. John N B 
Grenville, S R ... O 


Six Mile Brook 
Six Mile Road 
Six Portages 


Pict.ni N S 
Cumberland ... N S 
Ottawa Q 


Shakespeare 
Shamrock . .. 


Shan i i k 


Skead s Mills 


Carleton <j 


Shanklin . . . 


Skeena 


Cariboo .. B C 


Shanly 


Skinner s Pond 
Skipness 


Prince P E I 


Shannon 


Bruce. N R 


Shannon Hall 


Muskoka&PS d.O 
Restigouche ... N B 
Hastings, E R ... 
Simcoe S R 


Skir Dhu 


Victoria N s 


Shannonvale .. 


Skye 


Glengarry 




Sky Glen 


Inverness N S 


Shanty Bay .. 




Sfiurbfti Lake 


Addington 
York. N R 


Sligo 


Cardwell 


Sharon 
Sharpton 


Sluice Point 


Yarmouth N S 
Northumb d,ER. 
Guysboro N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Digby N S 


Smithfield 




Terrebonne Q 
St. Maurice Q 


Smithfield 
Smith s 


Shaweuegan 




Smith s Cove 


Sheba 
Shedden 


Queen * N B 
Elgin, W R O 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Pontiac Q 


Smith s Creek 


King s N B 


*Smit/i s f\dls 


Leeds & Grenville O 
Stanstead ... Q 


Sfi&liac 


Smith s Mills 


Shediac Bridge 
Shediac Road . 


Smith Town 


King s N B 




Wellington, N R. 
Wentworth,S R. 
Renfrew, N R. . . 
King s . N B 


Iheenboio 


*Smithvillr, Lincoln 
Snake River 


Sheet Harb. Passage 
Sheffield 


Halifax N S 


Wentworth,N R. 
Suubury N B 
Sunbury ,. If B 
King s N S 


Snider Mountain ... 
Snow Flake 


Sheffield 


Marquette M 
Cariboo. ...... B C 


Sheffield Academy... 
Sheffield Mills 


S<ida Oreek 


Soldier s Cove 


Richmond N S 
Durham. W R ... 
Prince Edward... 

Rnfhwull ft 


Shefflugton 


Shefford Q 


Solina 


Shefford Mountain .. 
Shefford Vale 


Shefford Q 
Shefford Q 


SnlruHsville 




Sheguindah... 


Alkcoma ... ... 


Solway . .. 1 Bruce. E R 



[931 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTOKAI, DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


I OST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. PO.lTHASTEK. 




Vancouver B C 


Arch R. Kier 
H. Jutras 
David Bertaux 
.limes Fanner 
Charles Clark 
Joseph MeGee 
Jas. McCuteheoti 

M. Muir 

.1. 0. I uples-is 
R. t\ McDonald 
J. Dolmage 
C. Ballautyne 

R Burke 
Edward Cujp 
John II. GiDson 
John Davi.spn 
Miss I. G. FWwr 
(T. T. Cooper 
Alva Rose 
Angus MeLeod 
W. Roxborough 
John Me Mann is 
C. B. Cox 
John C. Godd 
C. McDonald 
Isaac Fry 
Johnston Coopei 
A. J. Macdonald 

Enoch F. Orr 
Wm. Speer 
V. Prefontaine 
John Shiers 
Ira Jamison 
J. S Collard 
J. D. Cameron 
Mrs. M A. Fisher 
D. E. McGregor 
D.G. McMillan 
Garrett O Neill 
David McGregor 
Robert Marshall 

E. S. Darche 
D. Fenruson 
D. B. McDonell 
J. Spinney 
J. Bermingham 
F J McKinnon 
David Fraser 
M. McRury 
Miss M Webster 
John Fraser 
David McMurtry 
William Gavin 
Mrs.C.A.Dumeah 
W. H. S. Martin 
Geor-re Stacey 
Henry Gitchell 
ChaH. Vye, jun 
William Crosby 
H Bowyer 
John Ritchie 
B. Marshall 
George Creed 
Wm Holditch 
R. A. Chapman 
Onesime Pare 
M. McAul*y 

.Ino. McEachen 
L. H. Knowlton 
Charles Lindsay 
William Krazer 
Angus Collins 
A. McDonald 
A. McLean 
Edward Pope 
Thomas Yeo 
Mrs. J. Ordifih 
Richard Hogan 
Thomas Izzard 
H Counter 
D. W. Henry 
John A. Kakins 


pn Springs 


Annapolis .. *\ S 


Edwin Dodge 
A. Wiancko 
James Loughrin 
0. Speer 

Geo. McKnight 
Geo. Spenc 
Mrs. A. Flanagan 
W. II. Biglow 
A. Cirmichael 
D. O Hara 
R. McPhersou 
G. J. Wallace 
Forbes Moir 
James McKay 
Daniel Moore 
Peter Welch 
Hugh Dickfon 
N. Burgess 
Henry Jickling 
J. A. S. Kierstead 
Jessie Clarke 
C. Grimm 
Jos. E. Haslem 

M. Campbell 

Mrs. S. Wheeler 
John Anderson 
John Holdbrook 

A. Goodfellow 
Peter Grant 
Jas. Robinson 
George Jenks 
Chas. Hanley 
Miss A. J. Dart 
James Hamilton 
K. Childerhose 
A. McDonald 
J. B. McMicken 
C. J. Chandler 
N. Mrtindale 
Luc Limoureux 
Porter Beattie 
0. Gaguon 
James Huston 
D. H. Cameron 

C A. Miles 
A. McMillan 
A. Lsmb 
C. Burrell 
M. Stanley 
MissN.CHubbard 
H. F. Healy 
John A Love 
S. M. Starkey 
A. Stark 
W. Marshall 
S. Huot 
Andrew Starrat 
J. 11. McKeggie 
II. Patterson 
.John C. Steele 
J. McGuire 
Amos Wilson 
A. Sleeves 
J. S. Neilson 
John Fraser 
F. G. Algeier 
Thos. H. Allen 
Alex. Stewart 
Alx. Stewart 
Alexander Duff 

Henry Elliott 
Mrs. A. Judd 
John Hauibly 
Samuel Mann 
David P. Siiles 
H. Mitchell 
H. S. Bowerman 
A. F. Andrews 
M. Patenoude 
Patrick Murphy 
John Stoddart 




Sparrow Lake 
Spet dside 


mtario, N R 
Wellington, S R. 
Carlt-ton N I! 
Digby N S 
fttiukoka & P S d. o 
Westmoreland, N B 
Quebec Q 




King s N S 

Prince. P E I 




Sps -rvillc 
Btn iiche s Cove 
S pence 
SpeUCrt 
Spencer Cove 


Somerset . ... Marqnette M 




Sonora 


fiiivsboro N S 
Victoria, S R . ... 
Van;ouver B C 
Kichelien O 


Sooke 

* SOT el 


Spencer s Island .... 
S /KTzcerw /e 


Cumberland ...N S 
Grenville. S It.... 
Ynle B C 


SOUTIS Eatt 1 Kino 1 **; P 1?. T 


Spencc?8 Bridge . . 




Selkirk M 


Spevside 


Haltou 




Selkirk M 


Spillamacheeu 
Spires 


Yale K C 
Wellington. C H, 
Norfolk. S R 


Soviris Mouth 
Souris, West 


Selkirk M 
King s P E I 
Lunenburg N S 
York N B 


Spring Arbour 
Springbank 


South .... 


Middlesex, N R... 
Hastings, N R ... 




Spring Brook . . 




Cumberland ... N S 
(Japt Breton ...N S 
Stanstead Q 


Springbrook 


South Bar of Sid. Riv 


^Springfield 
Springfield 


Elgin, E R 
Lisgar ... M 


South Bay 


Prince Edward... <J 
Victoria N S 


Springfield 


King s N B 




Springfield 


York N B 




St. John "... N B 


Springfield 


Annapolis N S 
Queen s . ...P E I 


South Bolton 


brome Q 


Springfield 


South Branch 
South Branch ( Ken.) 
S. Br. St. Nicholas R. 
South Cayuga 


Colchester N S 
King s NB 


Springford 


Oxford, S R 
Cotnpton Q 


Spring Hill 


Kent N B 


Spring Hill June ... 
Spring Hill 


Cumberland... N S 
York N B 


Monck 


Queen s N B 


Sfrring Hill, Mines... 
Springvale 


Cumberland ...N S 
Haldimand 
Leeds. 8 R 


South Cove 


Victoria N S 




Peterboro , E R... 
Wolfe Q 


Spring Valley 


South Dudswell 
South Dummer 


Spriugville 


Peterboro , W R. 
Pictou N S 


Peterboro , E R... 
Drummond Q 


Springville 




Spruce Lake 
Spry 


St. John NB 
Bruce N R 


South-East Passage. 
South Ely 


Halifax N S 


Shefford Q 


Sorv Bay ... 


Halifax N S 


South End 


Welland 


Sprvfield 


Halifax N S 


S. End of Lochaber. 
South Esk 


Guysboro N S 


Staffa 


Perth, 8 R 


Northumberl dNB 
Annapolis . N S 


Stafford 


Renfrew, N R ... 
Ottawa Q 
Welland 


South Farmington . 
South Finch 


Stagsburn 
Stamford 


Stormont 


South Gloucester ... 
South Gower 


Russell 


Stanbridge, East.... 
Stanbridge Ridge ... 
Stanbridge Station .. 
Stanbury 




Grenville, N R ... 
Shefford Q 


Missisquoi Q 




S Gut of St. Ann s . 
South Ham .. . 


Victoria N S 




Wolfe Q 




Dorchester Q 
Arthabaska Q 
Stanstead .. Q 


S. Head of Cow Bay 


Cape Breton ... N S 
Russtll ... 


Stanfold 


Stanhope 


South Knowlesville 
South Lake... 


Carleton N B 




Queen s P E I 


Leeds, S R 


Stanley 


York N B 


-South Lake 


King s P E 1 


Stanley Bridge 


Queen s P E J 


South Lancaster ... 
South Louisburg ... 
S. McLellan sM tain. 
South Maitland 
South March 


Glengarry 


Muskoka A P S d. 
Peel 


Cape "Breton ...N S 
Pictou N g 


Stanley s Mills 


Stanleyville 


Lanark, S R 
Stanstead .. Q 


Hants! N S 


* Stanstfad 


Carleton 


atajistead Junction. 
Stanton 


Stauplead Q 




Guysboro 1 N S 


Simcoe S R. 


South Middleton ... 
SiMth Mnnaghan ... 
South Mountain .... 
South Nelson 


Norfolk, N R O 
Peterboro , W R. 
Dundas 




Queen s N B 


Starkville 


Durham, V> R.... 
MuskokaA PS d. 
Huntingdon Q 


Star Lake 


Northumberl d N B 
Northumb . ... N 




South Nelson Koad. 
South Ohio 




MuskokaA I S d. O 
Simcoe, N R 


Yarmouth N S 




Southport . . 


Queen s P E I 


Steam Mill Village . 
Steele 


King s N S 




Levis Q 


Simcoe E R 




Digby N S 


Steep Creek 


Guysboro . ... N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Tiftnnrvx . .. ... O 




Hants N S 


Sleeve s Mountain... 
Steeve s Settlement. 
Stella 


S iuth Kiver 


MnskokaA PS d.O 
Westmoreland, N S 
Shefford Q 


South Rockland ... 


Stellar ton . Pictou N S 


S. S. Basin Riv. Denis 
S. Side Boulardarie. 
S S.WhycocomaghB 
South Stukely 


Inverness N S 
Victoria N S 


Sterling Falls ... Muskok Q 


Stevensville Wnllanrl o 






Mu*koka& PS d.O 
King s N B 


Shefford Q 




South Tilley 
South Vale 


Victoria N I? 




Renfrew. S R . ... O 
Colchester N S 
Guysboro N 8 


Colchester N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 


Stewiacke C. Roads. 
Still Water 


South-W. Margaree. 
South West Mabou. 
South-West, Lot 16. 
South West 
South Wiltshire 


"Stirling 


Hastings, N R ... 
Wellington, C R. 
Carleton 


Prince P E T 


Gaspe Q 
Queen s P E I 


Stittsville 


Stiles Village 


Westmoreland, NB 
N. W Territories. 
Northumb d.ER. 
Selkirk M 


South wold Station. 
Smith Woodslefr. 
South Zorra 


Klgin, W R 
Essex, N R 






Oxford, N R 
Addington 


Stockton ... 


Spaffordton .... 


Stock well 


Chateauguay ... Q 
Hastings, E R ... 
Annapolis .. N S 


Spanish River 

Sparta . . 


Algoma 




Elgin, E R... ... 


a oddarts... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



95 



POST OFFICE. j ELECTOR AJ. DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


Stodderville 


Marquette M 
Richmond Q 
Bruce, N R 


limes Stodder 
Anthony Byron 

Asa Hall 
Thos. Owen 
Michael 1 >unn 
M. Nichols 
3. Piper, sen. 
David Scott 
J. B. Rutherford 
Arthur Perry 
Alva G. Jones 
John Scott 
.Ifimns Robb 
H. Desjardins 
Thos. F Milward 
Colin Noble 
M. Rheaume 
W. B. Sanders 
Matthew Peebles- 
C. McConkey 
Thos. Gillies 
T. Strangford 
Henry Walder 
Wm. Blair 
John McDuff 
Robert Adam 
Miss A. Lappi 
N. Han.iley 
Hugh McRae 
W. H. Whimster 
Isaac McLeod 
Joseph Bowls 
H jgh McColl 
Patrick Gahun 
Robert Gray don . 
A. Benson 
Geo. Stronach 
John Chantler 
Mrs. E. Laiiigau 
Peter Christie 
James llolditch 
Geo. C andsll 
John Stymast 
Herbert Gilroy 
W. W Duck 
Geo. Wilkie 
Wm. Buchanan 
D. W. Miller 
M A. Smith 
James Kerr 
II C. Green 
Wm. A.Cbisholm 
J. S. Summers 
Bernard Morris 

A. Young 
Mrs.M.McGowan 
John McBride 
John C. Jones 
Jobn Paget 

James Fraser 
John S. Dixon 
James McGreavy 
H. Manning 
A. Paterson 
Mrs. H. Miller 
Robt. Crittenden 
T. A. Bray 
G. H. Barnes 
Wm. S. Teakles 
Robert D. Baal 
J. W. McKeown 
D. Holmes 
IJ. Rankin 
G. C. Dyer 
N. P. Emerson 
IT. A. Eastabrook 
J. G. Tulloch 
J. Swansbur^ 
H. Flood 

C. S. Boright 
G. Church 
F. Fraser 
P. E. R. Miller 


*Sydtnham . 
Sydenhain Place 


Addiugton 
Drummond Q 


Urs Milington 
A. Mathe-"ii 

Miss H. F Rigby 
Robcit Heal 
John Dawson 
Jacob Svphers 
C W. Johnson 
T. W. Robertson 
Joseph Radford 
John Tucker 
Daniel E. Rose 
)ohn W. Pearl 
William Hay 

Wm. Young 
M. McMurchy 
Robt. Purves 

Peter Guthrie 
M. S. Bowman 
George Matheson 
Chas. Taylor 
Nathan Boone 
Wm. Tomilson 
John McPhail 
Jos. Christie 
H. B. O Connor 
Wm. Robinson 
Oswald Hinders 
Henry Scott 
R. R. Carvell 
David Johnston 
John MacGrady 
Wm. Vicarey 
J. W. Luton 
Wm. Stephens 
John S. Parker 
Mrs. M. Worden 
D. McGregor 

Dr. Archambau 
Hermyle Parent 
George Wilson 
John Col in an 
Miss E. Roy 
M. G. Miller 
F, X. Decchamps 
N. C. McCarty 
John Duncan 
John Christie 
S Chenier 
T. Kirkpatrick 
Robt Mclntoeh 
A. McLaren 
T. A Robinson 
Sam l McLeod 
Andrew Barton 
J. McGregor 
J.B. Dobie 
S. Blondeau 
S. Stratford 
D. Stewart, jun. 
John Robertson 
James Smith 
J. Schmietendorf 

R. M"A. Dobson 
Thos. McKenny 
Joseph Hill 
Thos. Harrison 
E. E. Holt 
G. Hetherington 
T. A. Hewitt 
W. Bradley 
M. Blackstock 
H. G. Way brant 
Donald Rose 
John Edgar 
J. A. Wilson 
J. McDonald 
C. K. Ogden 
David R. Eaton 
J. McQuestien 
Frederick Jones 
George Edwards 


Stoses Bay 


Cape Breton... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Lambton. W R... 
Middlesex, N R . 
Queen s . N B 


Sydney Forks 






Si/dnr.y Mines 






Syk^ston 




Cumberland... N S 
Ontnrio, N R O 
Linco n ... 


Sylvan , 


Stoueleigh 




Tat.le Falls 
Tabucintac 


Argenteuil . . . . Q 
North rnb rl d. N B 
Sa^uenav Q 






Stoney Mountain ... 




Tadousac 


Wentworth, S R. O 
Albert N B 


Talbotville Royal ... 
Tamworth 


Elgin, W R 
Addington 






Peterboro , E R . 
Essex \ R 


Tancook Island 


Lunenhurg ... N S 
Halifax N S 




Tantjie.r 






Tapleytown 


Wentworth, S R. 
Bruce, NR 




Guysboro N S 
St. John s Q 
Ontario, N R 


Tara 


Stottville 


Tarbert 


Wellington,N R. 
Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 


Tatamagouche 




Wentworth.N R. 
Elgin E R 


Tatamagouche Mt... 
Tatlock. . 




Lanark, N R 
Ontario, S R 




York N R 


Taunton 




Kent 


luvistnck 


Oxford, S R 




Waterloo, S R ... 
Perth, N R 
Northumberl d N B 
Northumberl d N B 
Oxford, N R 
Grey. N R 
Middlesex, W R. 


Taylor Village 


Westmoreland, NB 
York N B 




Tay Mills 




lay Settlement 


York N B 




Tayside 


Stormont 




Tecumseh 


Essex, N R 


Strathavon 


*Teeswater 
Teeterville 


Bruce, E R 


Norfolk, N R 




Tehkummah 


Algoma 




Inverness N S 
Grey, ER Oi 
Middlesex, W R. 
Cumberland... N S 
Peel O 
Monck 


Telfer 


Middlesex. E R... 
York ... N B 


Strathnairn... 
*Strathroy 


Temperance Vale ... 
Temperanceville 
Templeton 


York, N R 
Ottawa Q 








Middlesex, SR... 
Algoma O 


Tetiby Bay 


Stronach Mountain. 
Stroud 


Annapolis ... N S 
Simcoe. 8 R 


Tenecape 


Hants N S 


Ten Mile Creek 
Ten nan t s Cove 
Tennyson 


St. John N B 
King s NB 




King s PEI 




Simcoe N R 


Lanark , S R 
Halifax N S 


Sturgeon Kails 


iJiat. of Nipissng. 
Victoria, NR 
Northumberl d N B 






Terrebonne Q 


Sty mast Settlement 






Teston 


York, W R 


Suffolk Road 
Sugar Loaf, W ... 
Sullivan 


Queen s PEI 
Victoria N S 


TeteaGaucheRN.S. 
Tetea Gauche R.S.S. 


Gloucester .... N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Wellington.N R. 
Quebec Q 
Oxford, N R 
Bothwoll 
Hastings, N R ... O 
Russell 


Grey, N R 
N.Westminster B C 
Carleton N B 
Queen s N B 


Tewkesbury 
Tliamesford 




Summer Hill 


T/iamzsvitte 
Thanet 




Prince PEI 


a i 


Antigonishe ... N S 


The Brook 




Thedford 


Lambton, E R 
Colcheeter .N S 


Summerville 


Peel 
King s PEI 


The Falls 


The Grange 


Card well 


Summerville 
Summerville Centre 


Hants N S 


Tl\e Grove 


Middlesex, E R... 
Richmond. . .. N S 


Queen s N S 


The Points, W. Bay. 
The Range 


Queen s N B 




Ontario N R 


The Ridge 


Hastings, N R ... 


a A A 


Muskoka&PS d. 
Pictou N S 






Thettord Mines 
Thirteen Mile House 
Thistletown 


Megantic Q 




Pictou N S 


Halifax N S 


Sunnidale Corners. . 


Simcoe, N R 
Simcoe N R 


York W R 




Hastings, E R.. .0 
King s N B 




King s N S 


Thomond 




Lisgar M 


Thompsonville 
Thompson s Mills ... 


Simnoe, S R 
Cumberland... N S 
King s N B 




Restigouche... N B 
Huron, E R 
Albert N B 






Thornbury 
Thornby 


Grey. E R 
Pontiac Q 




King s N B 


Sussex Portage 


King s N B 




Middlesex. E R... 


King s N B 


Thorn Centre 


Pontiac . Q 
Queen s .... N B 


Sutherland s Cor. ... 
Sutherland s Mills... 
Sutherland s River. 
SiUtfyn 


Middlesex, W R. 
Pictou N ? 




*ThnmUill 
Thornhill 


York. WR 
Marquette M 








Simcoe, S R 


Button Junction .... 




Thornyhurst 


Bothwell 


Sunbury N B 


*Thorold 


\\"<-lland 






Victoria N B 




Shelburne N fe 
! Oxford, a R 


Three Mile House ... 


St. John N B 




Three Mile House... 
*Three Rive.rs 


Halifax N S 


Sweenyville Kent N B 


Three Rivers Q 
Cumberland... .N S 
Sunbury N B 
Algoma 




Three Sisters 


Sweet s Corners 
Swift Current 


Leeds, S R 


Three Tree Creek ... 
Thunder Bay 
*Thurso 


A-siniboia Ter 
1 Lennox.., ... 


Switzerville .. 


I Ottawa . ... Q 



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[1884. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECT RAL DMTRICI. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. | ELECTORAL 1ISTR1CT. 


POSTMASTKR. 


Thwaite 
Tichborne 


Hastings. N R . . 


Wui. J. Thwaite 

Geo. Mitthews- 
Oliver King 
Miss R. Davidson 
S. J. Perry 
A. Perreatilt 
Moses Hudon 
Robert Smith 
Wm Bra.vall 
John Stoops 
K. D. TiHson 
George Gibson 
John J. Kotnp 
John Smith 
James M. \V<ear 
N. Mclnnes 
Milton Outhouse 
Mex. Green 
David Curry 
MrsC. A McLeai 
A. Fraser 
Thomas Smyth 
J. W. Toole 
Robt. Morrison 
Wm. Brown 
Thomas Smyth 
T. C. Pattesou 
Andrew Jeffrey 
W. C IVice 
Follis Johnston 
W. G Jestin 
Maxiine Wilbrun 
Win. P. Laverock 
AniUS McBelth 
John Irons 
J. T. Jackson 
Josiah H. Rice 
J.Toy . 
MissDumaresqtu 
Placide Delorey 
A. Johnson 
Isaac Adams 
D. S. Duptesea 
F. Tr.tcy 
Jno. K. Applebe 
John Nelson 
M. Whalen 
Hugh Wright 
Veter Foy 
John Delaney 
T. Townsend 
P. II. Ohipman 
D. McCaiiihrin 
Thomas Metcalr 
Marcel Cote 
K. R. Baker 
Simon Stevens 
Francis B. Lee 
Jas. B. Chri tie 
T. P. Pelletier 
Germain Caron 
A. Cain 
John C. Steven? 
llankin Lawson 
James Marshall 
Chas. Cosens 
George Clark 
S. H Gas veil 
James F. falls 

W. MeCully 
Mrs. C. Crawford 
M Caeserly 
James Ne^ly 
W. F. Willett 
Samuel Sutor 
R. F. Dickson 
Solomon Berry 
Alexander Ross 

S. J. McKelvey 
J. M Lent 
Simeon Gardner 
Mrs Le Blanch 
W. J. Bo well 
S. Johnson 
T. S. Johnson 


Tyne Valley IPrince PEI 


N. McLellan 
J. A. Duncan 

John T. Welsh 
J. S. McPherson 
R. S. Webster 
John Doherty 

George Bunn 
James Miller 
D. Kavanagh 
Hugh Murray 

James McKenzie 
J. E. Chase 
Mrs. N. McLeod 
Isaac Sellar 
Andrew Booth 
M.M.Braithwait 

J. D. Titus 
Joseph Calhoun 
P. Shaugne-<8y 
G. S. Best 
J. Beaudreau 
Wm. Dickens 
N. C: Martin 
A. Knack 
Chas. Chase, sen. 
Philip Goan 
S. B. Girouard 
D. Cameron 
C. B. Dickey 
A. Raworth 
Charles Godin 
John L Morse 
Amos C. Kiiox 
Fred. Williams 
Jesse Bowers 
J. McGrath 
Mis.M. Newcomb 
J. L. Moore 
Thomas Crotherg 
Isaac C. Burpe 
B. B. Havward 
Henry Walton 
S. Cameron 
J. H. McMaun 
Jacob Hennigar 
A. Hawthorn 

H. T. Coburn 
Jas Farquhar 
Josiah Rudolf 
Thomas McAfee 
Joseph Porter 
Amos Purdy 
John McLennan 
Thos. Perley 
Mrs. A. King 
J. S. Stewart 
A. Martin 
Mrs. S Keid 
J. A. Vsughan 
Mrs. McDougall 
A. McKenzie 
T. C. Dougan 
W. B. Tomkins 
J. L. Newcomb 
Mrs. E. Crowell 
D. C Parent 
Andrew Pearson 
John G. Read 
Cyprien Martin 
Robert Connors 
G. A. Read 
D. McMillan 
John. McLennan 
M. McDonald 
C. A. Cameron 
W. S. Garrison 
J. \V. Lenentine 
Francis Cox 
James M. Fowler 
Wm. Farrell 
Angus McDonald 


Tidiiish 


Cumberland... N S 
Westmoreland. N B 




Elgin, W R 
Durham, W R ... 
Norfolk, N R 
Ontario, N R 
Ontario N R O 


Tidnish Bridge 




Tyrrell 


Tikonabe 


Chicoutimi ..... Q 
Essex, Nil O 
K.nt 
Victoria N B 
Leeds S R O 


Udora 


Tilbury Centre 
Tilhury, East 
Tilley 
Tilley 


Uffington 


Ufford 


Mni>koka & P d. 
Simcoe, E R 
Mu.skoka&PS d. 
Urummond Q 
Hastings, N R ... 
Bruce, W R 
Victoria N B 


Uhthoff 




*Tils<mbury 
Tilton 


Norfolk, N R 
Northumb d.ER O 
Lincoln 


Ulverton 




Tintern 




Tioga 


Simcoe, S R 


Undine . 


Titusville 


King s N B 
Bruce. W R 
Di<j-bi N S 


Union 


Elgin. E R 
Carleton N B 
Picton N S 


Tiverbm 
Tivertou 


Union Centre 


Tobermorv 


Bruce, S R O 


Union Road 
Union Spring 
*Unionville 




Tobique Hiver . . 


Victoria . N B 


Leeds. S R 
York, ER 

Kind s N B 


Toledo 


Brockville... 


Toney River 
Topping 


Pictou N S 


Oxford, N R 
Kind s . . N B 


Uphaiu Station .... 
Uphill 


Kind s N B 




Victoria, N R .... 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Monck 


Torbay 
Torbrook 


Guysboro N S 
Annapolis N S 
York W R 


Uplands 






Upper Abougogtnn . 
Upper Bay du Vin... 
Upper Bedford 


Westmoreland, N B 
Northumb d... N B 
Missisquoi Q 




Toronto . . 


Toronto North, 0>r. 
T n-onto Rixt, Cor. 
Toronto West, Cor. 
Torrance 


YoiiLie&Carletou sts 
Queen&l>itrl m i,f 
Queen&BHthurst " 
Simcoe. UK 


Upper Branch 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Carleton N B 


Upper Brighton 
Upper liurton 


Suubury . N B 


Totogon 




Upper Buctouche.... 
Upper Caledonia . r . 


Kent N B 




Siuvoe. S R 
N. W. Territory. 
CharJotte N B 
King s . N S 


Gnysboro N S 
Kind s N S 


Touchwood Hiils. .. 
Tower IIill 


Upper Cape 


Westmoreland, N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Annapolis N S 
York . N B 


Town Clot, 


Upper Caraquet 
Upper Clarence 
Upper Caverhill 


Towusend Centre ... 
Toy s Hill 


Norfolk, N R 
Dundas O 


Tracizdie 


Gloucester . ... N B 
Autigonishe ... N S 
Queen s P K I 
Carleron N B 


Upper Clements 
Upper Clyde River... 
Up. Cr. Rds. St. M ys 
Upper Dyke Village. 
Upper Economy 
Upper Oagstoum. . . . 
Upper Gaspcreaux... 
Upper Goshen 
Upper Greenwich ... 
Upper Haojpstead... 
Upper Hayneville... 
Upper Keunetcook . 


Annapolis N S 




She.lburne N S 
Guysboro N S 
King s N s 


Tracadie Cross 
Tracey s Mills 




Sanbiiry N B 
Sunbury .. N B 


Colchester N S 
Queen s .... N B 


Tricvville 


Trafalgar 


Halt on ( 


Queen s N B 


Trafalgar 


Guysborough...N S 
Adiliugr.on 
Perth. N R O 
Renfrew N R . ... 
Grey, 3R 
p,inco P E 1 


Albert N B 


Traff>rd 


Kind s . N B 


Tralee 


Queen s N H 


Tramore 


York NB 


Traverston 
Traveller s Rest 
Treadwell 


Hants N S 


Carleton .... N B 


Prescott 


Upper Keswick 
Up. Keswick Kidge. 
Upper Kiutore .... 
Upper La Have 
Upper Loch Lomond 
Up. M:igagiiadavic... 
Upper Malagash .... 
Upper Margaree 
Upper Mitugerville.. 
Upper Mills ........... 


York N B 


Trecastle 


Wellington, N R. 
Vlnrquette. . .. M 


York N B 




Victoria N B 


Tremblay 


Chicontimi .... Q 


Luuenburg ... N S 
St John N B 


Tremorit 


King s ... N S 




Drummond Q 
Northmub d.ER. 
Hastings, W R... 
T6miscouata Q 
L lslet Q 
Northumb d ... N B 
Arth*b:iska Q 
MuskokaA P.S d. 
Huntingdon Q 
P rt ith, N R 
Wentworth.N R. 
Assiuiboia Terrify. 
KRSHX, N R O 
Cumberland.. NS 
Colchester N S 
Prince P E 1 


York . . .. N B 


Treut Brid"e 


Cumberland ... N S 
Inverness N S 
Sunbury NB 
Charlotte N B 
Halifax N S 


* Trenton 


Trois Pistoles 


TroiH Saumons 
Trout. Bro >k 


Up. Vlusqnodoboit... 
Upper Nej;uac 
Upper New Horton. 
Upper Newport 


Trout Brook ....... 


Northumb d... N B 
Albert .... N B 


Trout Luke 


Trout River 


Hants N S 


Trowbridge 
Troy ... 


Up. Nine Mils River 
Upper North River.. 
Upper Otnabog 


Hants N S 


Colchester N S 


Troy 




Trudell 
Truernanviile 


Carteton N B 
King s N S 


Upper Pureaux 
Upper Port Latour . 
Upper Queensbury.. 
Upper Kawdon 
Upper Kockport,WO 
Upper St. Bazil 
Upper St Francis... 
Upper Sackville 
UpperSet BaddeckR 
Upper Set. Middle R. 
Upper Set. R. Dennis 
Upper Set. South R. 
Upper Sheffield 
Upper Southampton 
Hi/per Slewiacke .... 
Unperton 


Trurn 
Tryon 


Shelhurne N S 
York .. N B 


Tuam 


-imcoa, S R 
Peel O 


Hants N S 


Tulla nore 


Westmoreland. N B 
Victoria ... . N B 


TupperviHe 


\nrwpolis .... N S 
Bothwell . .. 


Tupperville 


Victoria N B 
Westmoreland. N B 
Victoria N S 


Turin 


Klin, W R O 
Albert N B 


Turtle Creek 


Turtle Lake 


MuskokaA PS d. 
Selkirk M 
Urant S R 


Victoria N S 


Turtle Mountain.... 


Inverness N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Sunbury N B 
York N B 


Taikft 


Yarmouth N S 
Yarmouth N 8 
Yarmouth N S 
HastiiiL s. K R ... 
Wentworth.S R. 
York ... N B 


Tusket Forks 


Tusket Wedge 


Colchester N S 
King s N B 


Tiuted 
Tweedside 


Upper Wakefield 
Upper Wushabuck... 


Ottawa Q 


Tweodside ., 


Victoria... . NS 



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97 



POST OFFICE. i ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Upper Wicklow jCarleton N B M. Hutchinson 

Upper Wood Har. ... jShelburne N 81 Egrey Jeffrey 

Upper Woodstock....; Carle ton N B R. Stephenson 

Uptergrove I Ontario, N R T. Mulvihill 







ts 












































fc 




Bois 




liery ... 

















T ne ... 





Urbania . 

Urquharts. 

Ursa .... 

Usher . 

Utica... 

Utoka 

Utopia , 

Dtterson 

Uttoxeter. 

"Oxbridge 

Vacheil. 

Valctrtier 

Val court 

Val des B 

Val- Coll 

Valencay 

Valentia 

Vale Pei 

Valetta 

Vallentyne 

Valletort 

Vallevfield 

Valleyfield 

Valley Station 



Hants N S 

King s N B Nath. Urquhart 

Peterboro , E R . Stephen Kettle 
Antigonishe ... N S Richard Carroll 

Ontario, N R O; Jacob Defoe 

Wellington, S B. Hugh Malone 

Simcoe, S R Philip Connor 

Mnskoka & P S d. 0: Erastus Hanes 
Lambton, W R... S. Shepherd 



Ontario, W R ... O 



W. Hamilton 



York, N R OiRobt. McClellan 



Quebec Q 

Sheflbrd Q 

Ottawa Q 

Pictou N S 

Ottawa Q 

Victoria, S R...... 

Brome Q 

Kent 

Ontario, N R 

Beauce Q 

Beauharnois Q 

King s P El 



Valmont Champlain Q 



Colchester 



X S 





.1 Duudas . 
Oxford. SR 



Valois Jacques-Cartier 

Vanatter Wellington, C R 

Vanbrtiff/i Renfrew, S R ... 

Vancamp Mills 

Vandecar 

Vandeleur , 

Vanessa 

*Vo.nkltf.k Hill 

Vankoughnet 

Vanneck 

Vanvlack 

Van Winkle 

Varency 

Varennes 

Varna 

Varney 



Grey, B R 

Norfolk, N R...... 

Prescott 

Victoria, N R 



Chas. S. Wolff 
C. St. Onges 

Francis Love 
M. St. Pierre 
Wm. Su?gitt 
M. (Jeer 
J. Richardson 
B. B. Freel 
L. Paradis,jun. 
Daiiiel Dion 

J. Sutherland 
Phillippe Lor 
P. G. Valois 

John Mahone 
Byron Vancainp 
J. Tansley 



O Jobn Rowe 
II Bartholomew 
1 . R. McLaurin 
James Denison 



O 



Middlesex, B R... 

Simcoe 

Cariboo BC 

Norfolk. S R 

Vercherrs Q 

Huron, S R 



John W. Robsorj 
John Vanvlack 
W. W. D<.id 
Jesse Parker 
Mrs. E. Geeoffriorj 
J. B Secaid 



Vaucl 8e 

Vaudreuil 

Vaudreuil Station... 

Vaughan 

Vellore 

Venice 

Vennachar 

Venosta 

Veutnor 

Ventry 

Vercheres 

Verdun 

Vereker 

Vernal 

Vernon 

Vernon River 



Grey. S R. O Francis Eden 

Simcoe, N R OJ 

L Assomption ... Qj Roch Sinard 

Vaudreuil Q;G N. Hrabant 

Vaudreuil Q 1 Victor Lalonde 

Hants N SjJoseph Vaughai 

York, W R 0|J. MacDonald 

Missisquoi Q Thomas Hunter 

Addiniton 

Ottawa Q 



JGrenville. S R 
JGrey, K R 






Vercheres Q 

Btuce, W R 

Essex. S R 

Antigonishe ... N S 

Russell 

Queen s P E I 

Vernon Riv. Bridge. [Queen s PEI 

Vernon ville ! Northumb., W R. 



Verona Addington. 

Versailles 

Versi hoyle ... 

Vesta 

Vesuvius 

Veuve River. 

Vicars 

Victoria , 



James McCaffre. 
John McAulay 
K. Johnston 
N. Chicoine 

Hilaire Bondy 
Angus Power 
Thomas Bow 
George O Neill 
George Forbes 
John G. Boyd 
Alex. Grant 
i> Lacombe 
K. C. Corbitt 
Robert Cannon 
Denis Reden 
Robert Burns 

Huntingdon Q James Wilson 

Victoria B C Robert Wallace 







Iberville Q 

Oxfoid, S R 

Bruce, E R 

King s NS 

Algoma 



Victoria . Carleton N BlJ. W. Boyer 



Victoria Cumberland... N S 



Victoria 
Victoriavillo.... 
Victoria Beach 
Victoria Cross.. 
Victoria Corners 



Queen s P E I 

Arthabaska Q 

Annapolis N S 

King s P K I 

Ontario, N R .... 



I. M. Henny 
MissC. D.Palme 
Louis Foisey 
J. II. Thome 
John Gillis 
Robert Acton 



Victoria Harbour.!. King s N Slw. Sturk 

^Victoria Harbour... Simcoe, E R Mark Vasey 

Victoria Mines /Cape Breton ... N S T. Fortune 



Victoria Road Victoria, N R 

Victoria Settlemeui Sunbury 





N B 



Victoria Square i York, E R 



Victoria Vale 
Victory 



Annapolis N S 

Queen s N B 



W. R. Cavana. 
Thos. Harper. 



John Cojle 



POST O FICE. 

* Vienna 

Viger T&misconata.... 

Vigo Simcoe, N R.... 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 

Klgin, E R.....T7TO 







Villagedale ! Shelburne N S 



Village aes Aulnaies 
Pillage Richelieu 



L Islet Q 



POSTMASTER. 

Samuel Brasher 
B. Cai louiet 
Robert Grey 
Samuel Black 
A. Dupuis 



Rouville Q N. D. D.Bessette 



Villette 

Villiers 

Vincennes 

Vine 

Vinoy 

Vinton 

Viola Dale.. 

Violet 

Violet Hill 

Virgil 

Virginia ... 
*Vittoria ... 
Vivian 



Villanova Norfolk. N R O W. R. Shearer 

Compton Q F. McOoney 

Peterboro , E R. O T. Walker 

Champiain Q P. Lacourciere 

Simco-i, S K V. P. Kclsey 

Ottawa QiEmile Quesnel 

Pontiac Q 

Marquette M F. Middleton. 

Lennox Win. H. Perry 

Cardwell 0!F. Robinson 

Lincoln & Niagara James Fisher 

York, N K John Kay 

Norfolk, S R George D. McCall 

Ontario, WR O Robt. McCormick 

Vofler s Cove Lunenhurg ... N SjJohn Parks 

Vroomanton j Ontario, N R O Thomas Francis 

Vyner Lambton, W R ... John Gates 

\VaasisStation |8unbury N B George Grass 

vVusfi.-itn Wellington. N K. James Craig 

Wakelield .Ottawa Q Jag. McLaren 

Aakopt Selkirk M Clovis Gu< j ria 

Waldeniar i Wellington, N R. O David Jenkins 

Wales Stormont Mrs. A. Baker 

Walker s Cutting ... Arthabaska Q J. Gaillardet 

Walker s Point Simcoe. ER -Ji-hu Walker 

*Wii/kertnn Bruce. K R Malcolm Maclean 

,-rville Essex, N R K. R. Sheple.v 

Wallace Wellington, N R Henry Horuer 

Wallace. : Cumberland ... N S B. S. seaman 

Wallace Bridge Cumberland... N S J. L. McKin 

*W<dl<icef>iirg Bothwell D. B. McDonald 

\V,tllce Ridge Cumberland... N S Chas. Morrison 

Hailnfiftoiun Elgin, W R Robert GuDB 

lV;llbriiifre Hastings, W R... O F.B. Prior 

Wallbnx.k : Kind s N S A. Mitchell 

VV,llenstein Waterloo, N R ... Knoch Crepgnian 

Waller Russell Patrick tfanev 

Walmer .....! Oxford, N R Abraham Bray 

Walnut Lambton. E R... P. E. Wiiloiu.liby 

Walsh i Norfolk. SR Frank McCall 

Walsinaham Centre. Norfolk, S R James Fry 

Walter s Falls IGrey. N R Jas. Campbell 

Waltham | Pontiac Q ! J.G. Poupore 

Walton (Huron, S R William Neill 

Walton 
Wanstead 



Hants N S John JlcCulloeh 

Lambton W R... 

Warburton Leeds SR O John Stacy 

Warden |Shefford Qi L.E.Richardson 

Ward s Creek Ron 1. i King s . . N B> A.Stableford 

*Warasville. i Middiesex.WR... E. T. Dufton 



Wan-ham 

Wurina 

Warkwarth 
Waristou ... 
Warminster 



Grey, E R 0| George Wright 

Stormont A Munro. 

Northumb., ER . I. Humphreys 
Hastings. N R... o|D. Vausickle 
Simcoe. E R Henry Hull 



Warner Wentworth, S R. 01 Henry Porter 



Warrington Marquett 



M Jhn Lapointe 



1 1 rvt 1. 1 u IAJU < * * . > i-iJ.ti i^uvv * - * " 

Warsaw ! Peterboro , E R... OJThomasChoat 



Wartburg 
Warwick .. 



Wasbago . 
Washburn 



Perth, N R 



MrsFrommhagem 

Arthahaska Q Louis Trigaiine 

Lambton, E R. ... O Thos. G. Mor is 

Simcoe, E R Abial Marshall 

Frontenac J McGillivray 

Washington ;Brant. N R Wm. Dunn 

\VHterborough Queen s N B Jas. B. Wiggins 

*Wattrdmvn .., Wentworth. N R. OJJ.B. Thompson 

+ Waterftrrd , Norfolk, N R 0; B. II. Rummage 

Waterford Digby N S Wm. Johnson 

Watertord King s N B Andrew McAfee 

Waterloo Lunenburg ... .N S EUOH Wile 

Waterloo Shefford Q Gardner Stevens 

Waterloo : Waterloo, N R... C. Kuinpf 

Waternish iGrcysboro .... N S K. McKenzie 

Waterside Albert NB C.W.Anderson 

Watervale ( Pictou NS Miss B Reed 

Waterville ! Compton Q L. W. Wyman 

Carleton N Ii C. H. Ferguson 

King s N S I. S. Pineo 

Lambton, ER.... O.David Rosa 
Drnmmond . . . . Q Jas. Watkins 
Wattenwyl i Muskoka 4 P. S d. 1 Frederick Egger 

[971 



Waterville 

WaterviUe 

* Watford 

Wstkins Mills 



98 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1884. 



POST OlFICE. E 


LECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER 


POST OFF < E. E 


LECTORAL DISTRICT.; POSTMASTER. 


Watson s Corners ... I 
Watson Settlement. C 


,anark, N R J 
arleton N B J 
luskoka&P.S d. 
imcoe, E R J 
,ambton, W 11... Oil 
olchester N S J 


ohn Mnnroe 
ohn Watson 

ames Scott 
\ Cap<-s 
. Mathewsou 
aiiu 8 Kerr 
. Bannister 
ohn Liogley 
. Grahanie 
II J. Greenlaw 
*!. Southmay d 
V. Weaver 
. H. Cummisky 
jouis P. Cote 
5 Fontaine 
si. Tanguay 
i Williamson 
oseph Seitu 
tVm. Hill 
3. M. Dunn 
r. E. Weldon 
Jeo. II. Burgar 
). C. Holmes 
Win. Morton 
Patrick Aycr? 
Alex Mooney 
3. Campbell 
Henry Addy 
lames Hill 
Ja. ob L;ihd i s 
3 W.Vandervoo.t 
[.McLaughiiu.^i 

ohn E. Woorln 
ames G Bd;j;i; 
Vm. Lamb 

s. H Sweet 
H. Livingstj 1 
udsou Reid. 
iuiile Mouch 
. Borrowi-l 
Barnes "^cDon.ii ! 
M. Dubois 
\. E. Smalley 
lam-s Thuiro t 
]. Dilworth 
I. W. Schurman 
Anther pcott 
Andrew Brjdgf 
J C. Ta^ lor 
J. C Brltnger 
.) P. Woo lrow 
Wm Butler 
A. McWilliams 

Mrs. M. >. Pur. i 
Mrs. N.Pequigii" 
D MfLaren 
Jas. H Wilkins 
I sale Beaudry 
vlrs. E. Currie 
Vm. Shaw 
Henry Hartman 
John Beaton 

T. R. Mitchell 
V. H. De Veber 
Archer Durraut 
J. R. Koland 
D. McPherson 
) M. Wallace, jun 
James West 
I. II Richardsoi 
) John Manion 
) 
G. C. Banks. 
* R. Richardson. 
5 Mrs. M. A. Frase 
) Fred. Werden 
* Joseph -hipley. 
) 0. McKillop 
] D. Matheson 
) Wm. Fraser 
) Donald Turner 
) Alex. Fraser 

L 


Vest Merigomishe... F 
West Montrose V 


ictou N S . 


r. Macdonald 
linos Miehener 
Phos. E. Oulton 
lobt. H. Byers. 
d. O Leary 
J McCabe 
lobt. Johnston 
iugh Clelan.1 
1 Mrlntosh 
(obu H. Whelan 
8. H. Kuggles 
\ngus 8 ewart 
VI. L. Elkins 
VlrsD Enirem-mt 
lenry Whitney 
John Cox 
Wm. Munro 
W. Sutherland. 
Daniel Graiit 
[). McLaughlin. 
reonre Tait 
Hugh McPhee 
John Campbell 
Jas. M^bonald 
Duncan Baltbur 
Wm. Bow 
John Powell 
John Tingle 
C. D Jones 
George J. Hoyt 
.). H ^iilsoi, 
J. B. Curran 
Kd McCabe 

James Powe: 
H a. Killani 
Thos. Wheaton 
J ihn G.illavv.iy 
John McDonald 

Cba. Nouise 
Robert Jordan 
H. D. Henderson 

Alex. RonlsTou 
EJward Ca^foll 
A M (rilliiray 
James KM 
A. Stirling 
J is. J. Corrigan 
John Anher 
J. Challoner 
M.S. M O Leary 
.lured Llovd 
James Bi-11 
S. V. White 
Thos. Cariuichael 
G Montgomery 
Donald Mci hee 
P. D. Henry 
E A Baruard 
Chas. Somers 
Joel H. Craig 
Duid Spence 
Bev.J McKenzie 
Mrs. McDonald 
. H. McDonald 
) N. McMillan 

I G.D.U.SComrois 
ijL S. Vanwart 
) J. B. McDonald 
1 Theo. H. Kstey 
) Adam Duffus 
3 R G. Barton 
) William Riley 
I N. E Wilhur. 
) John Chambers 
} Win Kiniball 
) Josiali Abrams 
S! Andrew Taylor 
3; Carson Price 
3 Win. McPherson 
J Thomas Lindsay 
J R Carnovsky 
} George Field 
.SJ. ILMcFarUad 


Waterloo, N R ... i 
Vestinoreland, N B 
olchester N S : 
lalifax N S 


Wtxtmnrela-nd Point \ 
West .Vew Annan ... C 
WestNewdy Quoddy 1 
West Newton ( 
"W-.ston 1 


*Wt.ubaushene 




tueen s PEI 1 
"oik, W R 1 




rince Edward... 0: 
imcoo E R J 


Waupoos 1 


WestOsgoode 1 


iussell O 1 




lalifax N S , 

,isgar MI- 
u,.,,-ir>t+o N R!T 


Westover ^ 


Ventworth, N R O 1 
jeeds, S R.i . 


Wavy Bank , 1 




Wr.st/turt 1 


)igby N S 




West Point 


Mnce P El 


Weaver Settlement..!] 
Webster s Corner. ... ( ( 


1i(.Kv N SI 


West Potton 1 


Jrome Q 


iueen s PEI J 

Jt nlfa O 1 


West Pubnico ^ 


Yarmouth N S 
5t John N B 


Wesi Quaco i 


Weedon ^ 
Weedon Centre 
Weedon Station. ... 1 
Weir 1 




West River . 


Albert N B 




West River 


>ictou N 8 


Brant 


W. Kiver Xhrrt Har. ] 
West River Station.. 
W. Scotch Snttlem t 
West Shefford 


Salifax N S 


Weissenburg 


Waterloo, N R ... . 
Durham, E R.... O 

ient N B i 


ictou N 8 
ing s N B 




hefford Q 


W^lHnn ] 


tveut , 


W. Side of Lochaber 
W. Side Middle Kiv 
West St. Peter s 

* Wfst Winchester . ... 
\\Vstwond 


ntieoniahe ... N S 
ctoria N S 




iVelland .... ( 




Monck 


log s P E I 




Waterloo, N R ... 
Prince PEI 


Mctou N S 
undas O 








eterboro , E R., 
ork, K R 
gby NS 
uby N S 
uidlesex. N R... U 
Vuuimoud Q 




rince Edward... 
Albert N B 


Wexford 
Wr.ymouih 
W eymouih Bridge... 
\\lialen 






Vancouver B C 




Wellington ... 
Woman s Corners. 
Wells 


Hastings, N R ... <> 
Kings NB 
MarniiMtte M 




Wheatiand . 


Wheatiey 
Wheat ley River 


ssrfX.S R O 
ueeii s I E I 
estmorelaud, N B 
estmorelaud, N B 
ambtou, E R. . 
villas P E 1 
ictou MS 


W l*f>rd Queen s N U 




Middlesex, W R. 
Prescott 


Wheaton Mills. 
Wheaton Settleni t. 


Wendover 


Weutworth 
Wentworth Creek ... i 
Wentworth Station. 


Cumberland ...N S 
Hants N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... K S 
Richmond N S 
Durham. E R .... 
Inverness N S 


Whim Road Cross... 


* WlnttAj 


ntxrio. S R 
anark. N R O 
.nice, W R O 
uyeboro N S 
vine s N B 


West Advo ate 


White 


\Vest Arichat 


White Church 
Whit-head 
Whit< lieati 


Wf.*i Bay 


West Bolton nruuie i 
Westbourne Marquette ...... M 
W Br St Nicholas R. Kent N H 


White Hind 
Vhite Hill 


Gharl itte N B 
V1..U N S 


W. Br ch River John Pictuu N ! 
W. Br eh. Riv. Philip Cumberland... N h 
West Brotne iBrome C 


Whitehurst 


lenfrew. S R . ... 


Wliitemouth 


West Brook Fronteuac 
West Brook Cumberland . ...N 8 


White Oak 
White I oint 
White Ro. k Mills .. 
White liose , 
White S iuds 
White s Cove .... 


Victoria N S 
King s N S 


West Broughton .... JtfegaDtic t, 
Westbury Compton .v 

West Caledonia ; Queen s ^N S 


Ontario, W R.... O 
King s P E I 
Queen s N U 


West Cape 
West Ciriboo 
Westchester 
Westchester Lake ... 
West. Chezzetcook. . 


Prince r i > 
Pictou , . N & 
Cumberland ... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Halifax N b 


White s Point 
Whitestone 


Queen s N 1 
Musknka C 
Ontario, W R 
Simcoe, S R 
Rm-.ille Q 


VVhitlield 
Whittielil 


Westcock 
West Ditton 
West Dublin 


Compton C 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Queen s P E 
Queen s N ,. 
Prince P E 
Siincoe, S R 
luron. W R < 


Whitney 
Whiuier s Ridge ... 


Xorthumb . ... N E 
Charlotte N B 
Wellington. N R. C 


Western Cuvehead.. 
Western Head 
Western Road 
West Essa 
Westfield 




Wliycocomagh 
Whvoocomagh, R-a 

* Wiarton 


Inverness N S 
Inverness N > 
Brui-H, N R C 
Ontario, N R C 
Drummond C 
Queen s N 1 


Westfield 

We,st Flambnro 


king s N 
Wentworth, N R. C 
Carletou ... N fc 


Wi"kham, West.... 
Wti-khaiu 


West G "avenhurat . 


Sim oe. E R < 
H an ts N S 


Wicklow 
Wicklow 


Nor thumb., W R. t 
Carleton N 1 


Wesf Grove 


Muskoka&P.S d. C 
York, E R C 
. Lanark, N R ( 
. Hastings, N R ... < 
. Annapolis N S 
Halifax N 


Wi/Mer 


Lambt.m, ER.... ( 


West Hill 


Wilhur 




West Huntley 
West Huntingdon- 
West Ingisville 


Westmoreland N 1 
Ontario, N R < 


Wilfrid 


Wilkesport 


Bothwell < 


West Jeddore 
Went La Have Ferr; 


r Lunenborg N 
. Priuce Edward... t 


Willetsholme 
Williamsdale 
WiPiamsford Slat 


Frontenac < 
Cumberland... N 


West Leicester 


. Cumberland... N 


Glengarry 




. Elgin W R ( 


Williamstown .... 




Piovencher .... i 




Wat McQillivray . 
\West Magdala .... 


. Middlesex. N R... ( 
. Elgin, W R . ( 
. Renfrew, N R.... ( 


Wiiliamsville .... 
Williscroft 


Bruce, N R 
Saskatchewan Tet 


Willoughby .... 


Wsstmeath 


98] 



1884.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA FOREIGN MONET ORDERS. 



99 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORS MSTRICT. 


POsTMASTi-K. 


Willow Creek 


Bruce N R 


G. Patterson 
L. Lehman 
S. Martin 
Mrs. M. Francis 
Hugh Stewart 
K. Cumminger 
D. Dickieson 

P. L. Hays. 
Mrs. S. Brown 
Htnrv Wilson 
J. C. Wilson 
Sydney Warner 
Peter Murray 
Fred. Godbolt 
Solomon Coons 
Thomas Aitkin 

J. Lindabury 
.1. M Bragg, jun 
A. Laiidry 
Alfred Wigle 
Wra. H. Britton 
P. S. Burnham 
J. A. E. McCabe 
Geo. B. Irwin 
Wm. Hill 
W. H Swayze 
Peter Fisher 
J. Wingle 
Win. Ilargiave 
Joseph Carpente 
D. Yomiker 
K. Winslow 
P. S. Kilbarne 
Aiex. Murchie 
Joanna Bowes 
C- Banestreet 
.las. Prenhard 
Mary Collins 
Kdward Baker 
Norbert R-iy 
George V Rand 
Win. Wilson 
A. Wolverton 
F. J. OhMBti-on 
R. T Wallace 
Win. Mr-Kvoy 
John ThonipB)ri 

J-UT1 ^Pelv 


\Voodhill 


Peel 


Thos. Ward 
R. H. Stewart 
G. A. Broadfoot 

A. Fetherston 
Chas. C. Barnes 

Thomas Wood 
K. Cameion 
R(,bt. Taylor 
A. McCleueuhan 
J. C. Winslow 
John Stiields 
Jr.hn C.Gil.-hrist 
Shubael Paiker 
J G. Fraser 
Mrs. J Gould 
Benj. MileHe 
John Morrison 
Joshua Elian! 
Kobt. Dicks in 
Thos. Mannell 
\el-on McRae 
I). D. Anderson 
Inhn l,yoos 
S. Kllrv 
John McMallin 
Ale>. LludsHV 
Arthur LHCPI ic 
Louis LiiflVur 
J A. .-liibley 
Robt. MeJai^et 
.J. H<iod 
Win Mann 
John 0ens 

Joiph Bu iff in 
R. Mrl.oughlin 
D J Hannah 
lotiii Arkell 
Jiiinei- Iio isoi 
(Imrce Smith 
Put lick Young 
Win McDonald 
Wm. \nn-tioi." 
M X. Dafoe 
1) ZitntM. rinari 
Stephen I avlo. 
.lames Kil en 
1 nniel S Fans 


Willowdale 


York, W R 




Stormont -0 


Willowdale 




Lisgar M 


Willow Grove 


St. John NB 


Wood Island 


Queen s P K T 
Oarleton 




Ualdimand 
Annapolis N S 
Prince P E I 


Wlmot 




Westmoreland, N B 
Prince Kdward.. O 
Me< r aijtic Q 


Wilmot Valley 
Wilmur 


Woodrous 


Fr. nte iac . . 


Wilsunville 


Norfolk N R 




Mxrquette M 




Charlotte N B 
Ottawa Q 


* Wnoddre 


Kssex, N R . 


Wilcon s Corners 
Wilson s Mill 


* Woodstoc.k 


Oxford. N R O 


Megantic Q 


Woodstock 


Carleton N B 


Wilton 


Lennox 


Woodstock R. Stat n 

* Wundville 


Cdrlwtou JJ B 




Middlesex, S R... 
Humn, S R 
Dundas O 


Victoria, NR.... 
Hants N S 






Winchester Springs 
Windermere 


Woodward s Cove ... 
Wooler 


Charlotte N B 
N orthumb., E R.. 
Wolfe Q 


Muskok* & P S d. 
Essex. N R O 
Norfolk N RO 
Cumberland... N S 
Victoria N B 


Windfall 
Wiudharn Centre ... 
Wiudham Hill 


Wotton 




Victoria NS 


Wright 


Ottawa Q 


Winding Ledges .... 
* Windsor 


* Wroxeter . 


Huron, E R 
Wellington C R. 
Simcoe E R 


Essex, N R 


Wyandot 




Carleton N B 




Windsor 


Hants N S 




Lambtou. W R... 
Renfrew. N R.... 
Simeoe, E K 
Halifax N S 


Windsor Mills 


Richmond Q 


Wylie . 


Wine Harbour 


Guysboro N S 


Wyevale 


Winfield 


Wellington, OR... 
Monck 


Wyse s Corner 


Winder 


Yah 


Yale . B C 




Huron, E R 
R -utYew. S R . . 
Selkirk M 




St. Maurice Q 
Vamaska . Q 


Winsde 
* Winnipeg 


Yamaska 


Yarker 


Addington .* * 


Wiuona 


Weritworth, S R. 
Queen s P E I 
M .nck 


Yarm . ... 


P .ntiac Q 


Winsloe Road 

Wiuslow 


Yrirmniilh 


Yarmouth N S 
Klgin. E R . 


Yarmouth Centre ... 
Yattorj ... 


Win erhourne 


Waterloo. N R... 
Huron, ? R. ... 


Wellington. C R. 
Durham. E R .... 

iirev > K 


Winthrop 




Wisbeach 


Lambtou. E R ... O 
Mu>-koka.fcP3 d. 
Poniiac Q 


Yeovil 


Wisawasa 


Yoho 


York N * 


Wobnrn 


* York 




Woburn 


York K R O 


York Mills 


York E K 


Wolfe Island Fronienae O 


* YfH i t i/lc 


Ymk V. R 


Wolfstown 
Wolf r ill e 
Wolseley 
Wolverlon 
Wood bourne 


Wolfe Q 
King s N !< 
Grey. NR 
Brant, N R 
Pictou NS 
York. W R 


Young s Coye (Queen s Ttf n 


Young s Point 
Youngsville 


I elfrllol-" . W R.. 

Oxford, N R 


Zealand 
Zephyr 


Addlngtoi O 
Ontario N R > 


* Woodbridge 


Halton O 


Woodburn 


Wentworth. S ft., o 
Grey, N R 
Perth, > R O 


Zion ... 


I) riiMin, (; R.... 
Sinicoe. R < O 
II iimn. S R. ... O 


Woodford 
Wond/iam 


/iska 


7 t nric}t 



FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. 



TABLE showing the sums payable in Germany in Marks 
and Pfennings, on Orders issued in Canada. 





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11 


31 


11 


II 


cents. 


pf. 


cents. 


m. pf. 


$ c. 


m. pf. 


$ C. 


1 


4 


20 


83 


1 00 


4 16 


1500 


2 


8 


25 


1 04 


200 


832 


20 00 


3 


12 


30 


1 25 


3 00 


12 48 


25 CO 


4 


16 


40 


1 66 


400 


16 64 


30 00 


5 


20 


50 


2 08 


500 


20 80 


3500 


6 


25 


60 


2 50 


6 00 


24 96 


40 00 


7 


29 


70 


2 91 


7 00 


29 12 


45 00 


8 


33 


75 


3 12 


800 


33 28 


5000 


9 


37 


80 


3 33 


900 


37 44 




10 


41 


90 


3 75 


10 00 


41 60 





B 

O 
s 



m. pf 

62 40 
83 20 
104 00 
124 80 
145 60 
166 40 
187 20 
208 00 



NOTK. The original order issued in Canada should be 
retained by the remitter. The payee will receive a pro 
per form of Money Order from the Chief Office at Cologne. 



TABLE showing the sums payable in France, Algeria, 
Belgium, Italy and Switzerland in Fram.s and Cen 


times, on Orders issued in Canada 




a 




_ 




c 




a 




to 




to 




so 




to 




E 




<u 




C 




2 




o 














3 


a 


fa 


a 


fa 


a 




a 


fa 


OS . 


a 


i . 


a 


S 


rt 


~ 


a 


if 


i 2" 


5 > 

j < 


j? 


"i a? 


|f 


|& 


It 


6* 


11 


II 


II 


dl 


"5^ 


3 3 
i;S 




cents. 


c:uis. 


cents. 


ir. ce. 


$ c. 


fr. ce. 


S c. 


fr. ce. 


1 


5 


20 


1 00 


1 00 


5 10 


15 00 


76 50 


2 


10 


25 


1 25 


2 00 


10 20 


20 00 


102 00 


3 


15 


30 


1 55 


3 00 


15 30 


25 00 


127 50 


4 


20 


40 


2 05 


400 


2040 


3000 


15 1 00 


5 


25 


50 


2 55 


500 


25 50 


35 00 


178 50 


6 


30 


60 


3 05 


600 


30 60 


40 00 


204 00 


7 


35 


70 


3 55 


7 HO 


35 70 


45 00 


229 50 


8 


40 


75 


3 80 


8 00 


40 80 


50 00 


255 50 


9 


45 


80 


4 10 


900 


45 90 






10 


50 


90 


4 60 


10 00 


51 On 






The above table applies to Austria-Hungary and Hou- 


mauia, but sums payable in either of those countries 


will be subject to a further. deduction by the Swiss Post 


Office of 25 centimes for each 25 francs, no abatement 


being less than 50 centimes.* 



*The original Order issued in Canada, and payable in Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Austria Hungary or Koumania 
should be retained by the remitter. The payee will receive a proper form of Money i irder from the Chief Office at 
Antwerp, Turin.or Basle, as the case may be. The original Order, issued in Canada, and payable in France 
must be sent to the payee by the remitter. 

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FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA COPYRIGHTS. 



[1884. 



FOREIGM CONSULS IN CANADA. 



ARGENTINE CONFEDERATION. Consul, Montreal, Geo. B. 
Day. Vice-Consul, Montreal, F. C. Henshaw. 

AUSTRIA. Consul, Halifax, Geo. E. Fraucklyn. 

A STRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE. Consuls, Montreal, E. 
Schulze ; Halifax, W. Cunard. 

BELGIUM. Consul-General, -Dom. of Canaaa, Quebec, 
Camille Janssen. Vice-Consul, Quebec, A. Joseph. 
Consuls, Montreal, Jesse Joseph; Halifax, N.S., C. 
W. E. Ronne. 

BRAZIL. -Consul-General, Montreal, W. D. Bentley. 

CHILI. Consul-General, Montreal, Geo. B. Day ; Vice- 
Consuls, Chicoutimi, Hon. David C. Price ; Montreal, 
F. C. Henshaw ; Vice-Consul, Quebec, John Laird ; St. 
John, N.B., 3. H. Scammell. 

DENMARK. Consul, Halifax, Stephen Tobin. 

FRANCE. Consul-General, Quebec, Comte H. deSesmai- 
sons ; Chancellor, Leon Duchastel ; Clerk, Antoiue 
Dessane. Vice-Consuls, St. John s, N.F., De laChaume ; 
Halifax, Geo. E. Francklyu ; Montreal, O. 1 errault ; 
Toronto W. J. Maedunell. Consular Agents, Char- 
lottetoivn, H. Hobkirk ; Chatham, J. B. Snowball ; 
Escoumins, E. Vachon ; Gaspe, L. Robitaille ; St. 
John s, N.B., William Burke Carvill ; Sydney, N.S., J. 
Bouriuot; i hree Rivers, G. Balcer; Victoria, B.C., T. 
B. Mayerean ; Winnipeg, Man., J. Royal. 

GERMAN EMPIRE. Consuls, Toronto, E. Freiherr von 
Heimrod ; Quebec, C. Pitl ; Montreal, W. C. Munderloh ; 
Halifax, N.S., C. A. Creighton ; Chatham, N.B., Alex. 
Morrison ; St. John, N.B., Robert Thomson ; Si. John s, 
Nfld., Robert fl. Prowse ; Victor in, V.I., vacant ; 
Winnipeg, Man., W. Hespeler. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Consul, Halifax, Geo. Frazer. 

ITALY. Consul-General, Montreal, A. M. Gianelli. Vice- 
Consul, Toronto, Enrico Bendelari, 50 Front St. East. 
Consul, Halifax, W. H. Hart. 

NKTHERLA L>S. Consul-General, Toronto, B. H. Dixon, 
KN.L. Vice-Consuls, Quebec, C. Johnson; Halii a.r, 
N.S., James G. Foster ; St. John, N.B., Major J. Mac- 
gre."or Grant ; Montreal, Stephen B. Heward. 

PERU. Consul. Montreal, Geo. B. Day. Vice-Consuls, 
Montreal, F C. Henshaw ; Quebec, John Laird ; C/MCCW- 
timi, Hon. D. E. Price ; St. John, ff.Ji. J. H. ScammeU. 

PORTU Q\L - Consul, Halifar. Thomas Abbott. 

SPAIN Consul-General, Quebec, H. E. the Count of Pre- 
mio-Real. Consul, Halifax, N.S., A. M. de Zea. 
Secretary, Halifax, N.S., S. H. Longavd. Fir. 
suls Quebec, S. Suarez; Montreal, Q , J. L. Leprohon; 
Gaspe Q , N. E. Roy ; St. John, N B., H. Jack ; Char- 
lottetown, P.E.I., J. S. Carvell ; St. John s, Nfld., A. 
Singala ; St. Pierre et Miquelon, F. J. Mazier ; Sidney, 
W Purves Consular Agents, Annapolis, J. M. 
Owen; Little Glace Bay, C. H. Rigby ; Liverpool, 
Robie S. Stearns ; Lunenburg, Daniel Owen ; Pictou, 
Howard Primrose ; Yarmouth, John W. Moody. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Consuls, Quebec, W. A. Schwartz; 
Victoria B.C., R. Ward. Vice-Consuls, Ottawa, R. 
E O Connor; Hamilton, S. E. Gr.-gmy; Toronto, J. S. 
McMurray; Montreal, J. F. WuW; Three Rivers, G. 
Balcer ; Chicoutimi, J. G. Scott ; SauU au Cochon, G. 
W Forrest ; Bersimis, T. Girouard ; Trois Pistoles, N. 
Tetu ; Rimouski, G. Sylvain ; Matan, A. Fraser ; 
Metis, David Blair; St. Anne </ Monte, T. J. Lamon- 
tagne Gaspe, vacant ; Dalhousie, G. Haddow ; Bath- 
urst John Sievewright ; Cara<pu>tte, J. J. Vibert ; 
Miramichi, R. Hutchison ; Richibucto, R. Hutchinson ; 
Buctouche, J. C. Hoss ; Shediac, vacant ; St. John, W. 
Thomson ; St. George, H. Ludgate ; St. John s, Nfld, , 
R H Prowse; CjMCumspec, G. W. Howjanj Pugwash, 



A. A. Stevens; Pictou, J. R. Noonan ; Yarmouth, J. 
W. Moody ; Sydney and North Sydney, J. E. Burcbell;. 
Quebec, E. H. J. Schwartz; Escoumain, E. Vachon; 
Campbelltown, N.B., J. McAlister ; Halifax, N.S,, J. 
H. Mathers; Liscomb, N.S.. S. Creighton ; Parrslioro , 
N.S., A. S. Townshend ; Winnipeg, J. A. Green; River 
Ouelle, Q., A. Fraser : St. Margarets Bay, N.S., J. H. 
Burnes ; Sheet Harbour, N.S., F. MacMillan; Bridge- 
water, M.S., F. B, Wade; St. Stephen, N.B., J. Mitchell. 

UNITKD STATES OF AMERICA. Consul-tie neral, Montreal, 
Seargent P. Stearns. Fice and Dep. Consul-General, 
Montreal, Reuben Booth. Consuls, Clifton, Jas. Low ; 
Fort Erie, La Rue Peck ; Hamilton, J. F. Hazelton ; 
Kingston, M. H. Twitchell ; Prescott, H. L. Slaight; 
Port Sarnia, S. D. Pace ; Toronto, Walter E. Howard ; 
Vice-Consul, Toronto, Chas. A. Herschlelder. Consuls, 
Couticoofc, JohnG. Crawford ; Quebec, J^hn N. Wassmi; 
St. Johns, Q., S. P. Hubbell; Winnipeg, M., J. \V. 
Tavlor: Victoria, BC., Allen Francis; Gaspe Basin, 
Geo. H. Holt. Halifax, N.S. Consul-General, Wake- 
field G. Frye. Vice-consul-General, James F. Phelan. 
Deputy Consul-General, Robie G. Frye. Consular 
Agents, Barrinpfcm, JV.&,.Gabriel Robertson ; Bridge- 
watf.r, N.S., Win. Ht Owen; Liverpool, N.S.. Jas. W. 
S. Marshall ; Shelburne, N.S., W. W. White. Windsor, 
N.S., l>i*tri<-t Consul, H indsor, Daniel K. Hobart. 
Vice and Deputy-Consul, Chas. E. Hobart. Consular 
Agents, Annapolis, Jacob If. Owen ; Cormvallis, 
Ebeiiezer Hand; Digby, Win. B. Stewart; Kempt, 
Fred. A. Hobart; Parrsboro . Jonathan Stickney ; 
Port Joggtns. Win. Moflat ; Walton, Alex. McW. 
Parker; WolfoiUe, John W. Hamilton; Yarmouth, 
Joseph R. Kinny. Pictou, N.S., District. Consul, 
Pictou, Edmund Johnson, Vice-Consul, John R. 
Noonan. Consular Agents, Ccy- Canso, Tlmmas C. 
Cook; Cow Bay, Charles Archibald; Glace Bay, Cape 
Breton, David McKeen ; Guysbomugh, K. H. Fcanch- 
ville ; Linii iii; Cape Hivton, Fred. E. Leaver; Louis- 
burg, Cape Breton, Vf. H. McAlpine; North Sidney, 
Cape Breton, Win. Purves ; Port Hastings, Cape Breton, 
Jas. G. McKeen ; Port Sidney, Cape Breton, Fred. E. 
Leaver. St. John, N.B., District. Consul, Si. John, 
Darius B. Warner, ( ice and Deputy-Consul, Ezra W. 
Gale. Consular Agents, Frederictoa, Stafford Barker; 
Grand Manan, Joseph Lakemau ; McAdam Junction, 
Chas. K. Hoben ; Newcastle, Robert R. Call ; St. 
Andrew s, Geo. F. Stickney ; St. George, B. Randall ; 
St. Stephen, N.B.. District.- Consul, St. Stephen, Paul 
Lange. Vice and Deputy-Consul, vVillard B. King. 
Commercial Agent, WV Jstock, N.B., Walter T. Towns 
hend. Vice-commercial Agent, Woodstock, N.B., Robt. 

B. Sloat. Prince Kdward Island. Consul, Charlotte- 
town, \\ T arrcn A. Worden. Vice-Consul, Charlottetown, 
Fred. W. Hyndman. Consular Agents, Cnscumpec, 
George Rowland ; Georgetown, A. A. IFcDonald ; Sum- 
ini-rgide, Fairley McNeil!; Souris, Caleb C. Carleton. 
Cons-id, St. Johns, Xjld., Thos. W. Molloy. Consular 
Agent, Harbour Grace. Nfld., P. Devereux. Commer 
cial Agent, St. Pierre, Miquelon, John P. Frerkrr. 

URUGUAY. Consul for British North America, Montreal, 
F. W. Henshaw. Vice-Consuls, Montreal, K. C. Hen 
shaw ; Sydney, C.B., H. H. Archibald; I ictow. N.S., 
Chas. W. Ives ; Bristol, S. C. Tapper; St. Mary s Bay, 

C. E. Everett ; Annapolis, T. A. Gavaza ; Quebec, C 
P. Champion; Three Rivers, J. McD.iugall; St. John, 
N.B., A. D. Goodwin; Ottawa, C. E. Anderson; 
Peterborough, Ont., Arthur White; Halifax, H. W. C. 
Boak. 



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Canada or any part of the British possessions, or 
being a citizen of any country having an International 
Copyright Treaty with the United Kingdom, who is the 
author Of any book, map, chart, musical composition, or 
of any original painting, drawing, design, &c. , upon the 
following conditions: The. books, maps, &e., must be 
published in Canada ; and in the case of a work of art, 
it must be produced in Canada, either prior to or simul 
taneously with its production elsewhere. Two copies of 
books, maps, c. , must be sent to the Minister of Agri 
culture and in the case of paintings, statuary, &c., a 
written description of the same must be furnished. 
The fee for registering a Copyright is one dollar, and 

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It. may also be renewed 
for a further term of"l4 years upon the same conditions. 

An Interim Copyrght may be obtained, pending the 
publication of any literary, scientific or artistic work,, 
by depositing in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture 
a copy of the title, or a description of such work. The 
Interim Copyright runs for one month, and the fee is 
fifty cents. The work, however, must be published 
inside the time specified, or the author incurs a penalty 
not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

The penalty for infringing a Copyright is the forfeiture 
of every copy of the work to the owner of the Copyright, 
and the payment of a tine of not less than ten cents, nor 
more than one dollar, for every copy found in possession* 



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CLERGY. 



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THE CLERGY OF CANADA, 

Alphabetically arranged, with their Post Office Address, except in a few instances where the return has been made with 

the name of the Congregation attached. This, however, is generally the same as the address. 

The Church of England In Canada. 

BISHOPS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

The Most Rev. John Medley, D.D., 1845, Bishop of Fredericton, Metropolitan. 



Eight Rev. Hibhert Binney, D.0 1851 Nova Scotia. 

G. Hills, D.D 1S59 Columbia. 

" J. Tntvers Lewis, D.D. ... 18C2 Ontario. 

" J.W Williams. D.D 1863 Quebec. 

" Robert Mac-hray, D.D 1865 Rupert s Land 

" John Horden, D.D 1872 Moosoueo. 

" .1. McLean, D.D., D.C.L... 1874 Saskatchewan. 

" " Wrn.C. Bompas, D.D , 1874 Athabasca. 

Right Rev. H. T. Kingdon, D.D. 



Right Rev. T. B Fuller, D.D., D.C.L. 1875 Niagara. 

" Llewelyn Jones. D.D 1878 Newfoundl d. 

" " Wm.ll.Boi><l,D.D.,LL.D. 1879 Montreal. 
" Arthur Sweatman. D.D... 1879 Toronto. 

" A. W. Sillitoe. D.D 1879 N.Westminst r 

" " W. Ridley. D.D 1879 Caledonia. 

" " E. Sullivan. D.D 18*2 Algoma. 

" " M. S. Baldwin, D.D 1883 Huron. 

Coadjutor, 1881, Fredericton. 



DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 

Right Rev. W. B. Bond D.D., LL.D., 

Lord Bishop (1879). 

Ven.W.T. Leach. D.CL.LL D., Archd. 

Ven. K. Lousdell, M.A., Archd. 

Yen. D. Lindsay. M.A., Archd. 

Veu. L .-wi- Evans, M.A , Archd. 

Rev. W Anderson, 

Rev. E. DuVernet, M.A. 

Rev. J. EIIgood, M.A. 

Rev. J. Johnston, 

Rev. W. (lundarson, M.A. . Hon. 

Rev. R. W. No- man, D.CL. j Canons. 

Rev. J. B. David-ton, M.A. 

Rev. J. Caimichael, M.A. 

Rev. F. RolMiison, M.A. 

Rev. J. Erapsou, M.A. j 

Ven-ch. Leach, D.C.L., 



Canon Carmichael, 



j 

Ven. Archd. Evans, M.A., Domestic 

Chaplain. 
Rev. Canon Empson, M.A., Sec. of 

Synod. 

Abbott, C. P ....................... Boscobel 

Acton, R ................ Portaj;edu Port 

Allan, J ............. St. Vincent de Paul 

Allen. A. A., M.A ........... Huntingdon 

Allen. F. A.. B.A... ............... Rawdon 

Andorsou, W., (Hector) ............ Sorel 

Ball. J ........................... Mille Isles 

Bancroft, C., jr., M.A .......... Knowlton 

Bareham, A. ...................... Franklin 

Ba.vlis, J. G., B.D ............... Montreal 

Belcher. S. (Rector). Point St. Charles 
Bortturlek, J.D.(SC.lfary *) llochelaga 
Boyd. Cha*., 13. A ............. North tioiv, 

Bridge, II. t>.. (Rector). . ,.Cwannville 
Browu, V7. If. ..... ......... Manscuville 

C armicbael,.r.,A/.yl (St.Geo : Montreal 
Catt-Tinulti. I .............. , Papineauville 

Chamber* W. P., B A ....... A.,] win 

Clayt-m. F. II ..................... lii.lton 

Constantino, I., M.A. Stanbrick n Ka-t 
Cross. P. L ...... . ................. Montreal 

Cunningham. T. K., B.A . Buckingham 
Dart. W. J.. M.A ................. Luprairie 

Dividson, J.K..M.A.(Kec.) Kreiighsb x 
D-iiiu. hy, P ....................... Milton 

Dixon, J. (I -(St. Julie s) ...... Montreal 

DuVernef, K. M.A ............. I hambl} 

ULIo^ood. . L ,.!/.. I. (St. James/. Montreal 
Etiipson. .)., .)/ A ................ M int real 

Evans. II. J , B A ............... Lichule 

Evan*, L. .I/..4.(.S(. 6 .). ...... M..ntr..a! 

Everett. Thus ....................... Bristol 

French, V.. B.A ............... Me 

fulle-, II. 8 ........... North Wak.-licld 

Fulton..)., M 1 .......... ........ Lirhinn 

GarUnl. J. \V .......... South Stukeley 

Gireu, A. 15 ................ VPeet Shefford 

Giver A: J .................. Thuriie 

HisUm, T. A ................ Huntingdon 

W"., M. A ....... Moniri-al 

, J. (Kf.ci ir) ............. Hull 

JoneR, W ............................... Broine 

Ker, John (Rector) ............... Dunham 



Leach. D.C.L.,LL.D ( V.Ar.) Montreal 

Lariviere, V., B.A Merreville 

Lewis. B. P., B.A Christieville 

Lindsay, D., M.A. ( Ven. Ar.) Waterloo 
Lindsay, R.,M.A. (.SS.7Vtomas)Montreal 

Lockhart. A. D Ormstown 

Longhurst, W. B Granby 

l./on9delI,R. M.A., (V. Ar.) St.Andrew s 

Lurnmis. C Glen Sutton 

Maefarlane, R. L Eardley 

Mrd-hin, C. J., (Mas. B.) Sorel 

McManuS, E. (Rector) Bertbier 

Merrick, J , Adamsville 

Mills, W. L.(RfCtor Trin)... Montreal 
Montgomery, H. (R red) Philipsburg 

Moore, S Mascouche 

Mussen,T.\V.,J/.X.(K.i.)W. Farnham 
Naylor, W. H., B.A. (R.D.). Clarendon 

Newnham. J. A.. M.A Montreal 

Norman, R. W., D.CL Montreal 

Nye, H. W., M.A. (Rector) Bedford 

Pyke, J Hudson 

Renaud, J. F. (Rect jr)St. John s, Que 

Robinson, F., M.A Abbotsford 

Robinson, W Iron Hill 

Rogers, G Lacolle 

Rosters. Isaac Kildare 

Rollit, John (Rural Dean) ../irenville 

Roy, E., B.A Sabrevois 

Roy, J Sabr0vois 

Roy. J. .).. B.A Montreal 

S"ullv. John J New Glasgow 

Smith. 3 ., ( Kectirr) Sutton 

Smith, F. R Waterloo 

Stone, J.S.. B D (St. M) Montreal 

Sutton. K.i} Edwardstown 

Tbieke, S. C. (Rector) Knowlton 

Tucker, L. X., B.A Montreal 

Webber, F. W.. B A Lonirueuil 

Wood. K.,M.A. (St.John sC/i.) Montreal 

Wright, W.. M.D Montreal 

Wuriele, L. C.. MA Upton 

Young, T. A., M.A Coteau du Lac 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Right Riv. J. W. Williams. D.D., 

L,,r<: Bishop (1863). 
Rev. Prof. Ko<>, D.D. } Bishop s 



Jenkins, J. H., M.A Three Rivers 

Judge, Arthur. B.A Cookshire 

Keinp, John. B.D Leeds 

Ker, Robert (Holy 7Vm%)Quehec 

Ker, M., B.D. (Retired) 

King,E. A.W.3/.^ Levia 

King, W. (R tired) St. Sylvester 



Lyster.W., B.A.(Rur. Dean) Cape Cove 

Mxnsbridire, H Brompton 

Nicolis, Q.Q..JIf.A.(Agt.Pr.St.Matt.) Q 

Parker. G. H Compton 

Parkin. E. C Nicolet 

Petry, H..J..M A. (Retired) 

Read, P., M.A.(Bps. Cotl.) ....LennoxY. 

ReiA,C.V.,D.C.L.(R.Dean) (Retired) 

Richardson, T. (St. Paul s) Quebec 

Richmond, J. P GappS Basin 

Roe, H., D.D. (Bps. Co#.).LennoxTille 

Roe, P Inverness 

Rispel, S., M.D Valcartier 

Scarth, A. C., M.A Lennoxville 

Stuart, H. C., M.A Bonrg Louis 

Smith, F. A New Liverpool 

Smith, Buxton, M.A Sherbrooke 

Sykes, J. S., Kingsey 

Stevens. A.. M.A Hatley 

T*.mb.3,R C.,M.A.RiviereduLoupw bat 

Thompson. I.. (Dig. Miss.) Acton 

Thorneloe. G.. M.A Staustead 

Vial. W. S..... Montmorency 

Von Iffland, A. A.. M A (St.M.) Quebec 
Walters. !. R. (P,-. St. Peter). ..Malbaie 

Washer, C. B Dixville, Barford 

Webster, F. W., K.A Bury 

Wurtele. L. C.. M.A Acton 

White. R. (Tram linn Missionary.) 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 

Rt. Rev. Arthur Sweatman, D.D., 

Lord Buhop(l8~Q). 

Ven. S. J. Boddy, M.A., Archd. York. 

Ven. J.Wilson, M. A., Archd. Pe erborcf 

Rev. H. Soaddiug, D.D. 

Rev. A. J. Broughall. M. A 

Rev. W. Stennett, M.A. 

Rev. W. Stennett, M.A.. Exam. Chap. 



Bifhop t 
C It a plaint. 



Rev. 0. Hamilton, M.A. j Chaplains. R(!V - Henry Brent. MA 



Bilfour, A. J., M.A Melbourne 

l!.ul. T. L New In-land 

Ul,iylock. Thomas, B.A ..New Carlisle 

I!i>yle, F. M.A ...East Frampton 

BrowD. R. W., BA St. John 8 M<-1 

Brown, C. D., B A Shiirawake 

Barrage. H., MA. (Retireil)... Hatley 

Colston. K , (M.A.) Portnenf 

OliHpman. T.. MA Dndswell 

i>Hl>bHge,J. B West Frauipton 

Uin/ey. .1. f riti. Ladies Col.)d mpton 

Foster, John, M.A Coatiooke 

Kothergill,M.(A ./) St.P.,S.C.S. *X)Q. 
ll.tiuilton. C., M.A. (St. Matt.) Quebec 
H imil -on CC. V.A(A.<?.r,-.S!..V<:/t, jQ. 

Harding. G. T.. M.A Durham 

Hepburn. J, M.A Mairog 

Houarnan, G. V., M.A. (Goth.).. Quebec 



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Rev. F. A O Mtara, LL. Z>0 

Rev. J P Dumoulin, M.A. I 

Rev William Ritchie, M.A. [ Hon. 

Rev. H. Bath Osier, | Canon*. 

Rev. E. Morgan, 

Rev. F. Tremayne, M.A. j 

Rev. II. B. Osier. 

Rev. John Fleteher, M.A. 

U"v. A. Stew-rt. MA. 

Rev. T W. Allen. M A. I Rural 

Rev W.T . Smithett, D.D. [ Dean*. 

Rev C. C JohiiHon. 

liev. W. R. I- orsrer. 

Rev J. W. R. Beck. M.A.. j 

Allen. T. W.. M.A. Rector... Millbrook 

Al en, W. C.. B.A. (on leave). 

Avant, II. C Bobcaygeon 

Baker, J. S Port Hop* 



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CLERGY. 



[1884. 



Baldwin, Arthur H.,M.A Toronto 

Baldwin. H. G., B.A Toronto 

Ball. Thomas Bond Head 

Ballard. J. M.. B.A Toronto 

Bates, W. W., B.A Thornbill 

Beck. J. W. R.. M. 4 Peterboro 

Bell- C R (Mus.Bac.) Bradford 

Bethune. C. J. S., M.A Port Hope 

Boddy. S. 3..M.A . (Ardi.Yarty.Tarovto 
Body,C W.E..M..4. (Trin. <7oZ.)Toronto 

Boys, Ali*. (Pro/ . T. C.) Toronto 

Bradshaw. W. C Peterboro 

Brent, Henry. AT.>4.(ffector)Newcastle 

Briggs. Solomon, M.A Stayner 

Broughall. A.J.. M.A. (&.,<?/.) Toronto i 

Bryan. Bernard Sunderland | 

Brydges. Ralph L. (on leave). 

Surges, H. F Bethany ] 

Burt, F Brooklin | 

Carry. J.. D.D Port Perry i 

Cayley, J. D., M.A Toronto j 

Chafee. A. B .. B.A Garden Hill 

Clark, W., M.A.( Pr<,f, 7Vm.CW).Toronto 

Clarke. W. H., B.A Bolton 

Clementi. Vincent. B.A Peterboro ; 

Cooper. H. D., B.A Lloydtown 

Cooper. J. E ...Cambray 

Cooper, W. E., M.A Port Hope ; 

Creighton, J., B.D Cartwright 

Crisp, John Orillia j 

Daniel. Edwin Cratehurst 

DaiJing, Charles, B A Toronto 

Darling. W. S., B A. (on leave). 

Dav,d*ou, J., M.A Uxbridge j 

Davies,H. W..D.D Toronto 

DesBarres. T C., M.A Toronto 

Dobbs, 0. G.. M.A Wyebridge | 

DuMoulin, J. P., M.A.(Canon).for<m1o 

Farncomb. John, B A Lakefield 

Jarncomb, Wm., B.A 

Fidler. A. J..B.A Whitby 

Fletcher, Alfred. B A Allieton 

Fletcher, John. M.A Unionville 

Fletcher. Joseph, B.A Cookstown 

Ford. Ogden P., B.A Woodbridge 

Forster. J W Millbrook | 

Forster, W. R. (Siwa/i?^ar<)Creemore 

French. W. H Ooldwikter 

Grant, Wm.. M A Tullamore 

Greene, R W. E., B.A Toronto 

Groves, F.J.S Toronto I 

Hague, Dyson, M.A Toronto i 

Hanna, J. A Streetsville 

Harding, Philip Api-ley j 

Harris,, las H Pi ic.- s Corners 

Harris. R. H.. B.A Brighton ; 

Harrison. Richard, M.A Toronto 

Hart, Anthony Markham 

Hindes, R. W.", B.A Campbellford 

Hodgkin. T. J., M.D Colborne 

Howard, J. Scott. B.A Toronto 

Ingles, Charles. L.B.A Parkdale 

Johnson, C. C. (Rural /VanJBrampton 

Jones, .lohn Minden 

Joue. S. Weston Lindsay 

Jones.W., M.A. ( Prof. T. C.)... Toronto 

Jones. Septimus. M.A Toronto 

Jupp. Wm Midland 

Kirkby. L. H Collingwood 

Lampman. A.. B.A Toronto 

Langtry. John, M.A Toronto 

Ledingham, G Haliburton 

Lewis. J. P Toronto 

Lo:ran, Wm., M.A Pension Falls 

Mc arrol, J., M.D Toronto 

Mi-Cleary. John H-isiiiiL s 

McCl -ftry. J. W Norwood 

McCollum. J.H.. M.A...Set<M\ Village 

Macnab. Alex., D.D Bowmanville 

Marsh. C H. Rnsemont 

Mfd, J- li W oodbiidire 

MiiMleton, I.. B.A Oshawa 

Mill", S. B.A Penetanauishene 

Morgan. E. (Rectnr) Barrie 

Morlny. George B Urni:eville 

Murphy. K. W.. B A Painswick 

Musseu, E. H., B.A Aurora 



Nesbitt. G.. M.A ................ Georgina 

Nichol. R. T., B A ........ Port Hope 

Osier, H. Bath(Cawra) ...... York Mills 

Meara,F. A.., LL.D. (Rec.) Port Hope 
Owen, H. B., F.R.S L ......... West Hill 

Paterson, T. W., MA ......... Deer Park 

Pearson. J. (Holy Trin.) ....... Toronto 

Radcliffe. R. S ...... Penetanguishene 

Reiner, Win ........................ Cobourg 

Ritchie, Wm., MA .......... Georgina 

Robinson, H. W .................. \therley 

Rooney, Robt. A ............... Whitfield 

Roy. James, LL.D .......... Cobourg 

Ru ttan, C ............................ Norway 

Sanson, Alex ...................... Toronto 

Scudding. Henry, D.D .......... Toronto 





Sheraton, James P.. B A ...... Toronto 

Shortt, C. Harper, B.A. . .Woodbridge 

Sihbald, K. W. ton leave). 

Sills, C. E.. B.A .............. Shanty Bay 

Simpson. James, M.A ...... Port Hope 

Smithett. W. T., D.D ............ Omemee 

Soward, Edward ............... Kinmount 

Spragge. Albert W., B.A.. Newmarket 
Squire, F. W ............. Gore s Landing 

Stennett., Walter, M.A.(Rec.) Cobourg 
Stewart, A., M.A .................. Orillia 

Swallow, W. F ............. Caledon. East 

Sweeney. J. F., B.A .......... Toronto 

Taylor, George I., M.A ......... Toronto 

Thomson, C. K., M.A ............. Weston 

Tocque, P. I Retired) ............ Toronto 

Treinayne. F.. M.A ............... Mimico 

Vicars. John. A.B .......... Cannington 

Vicars, Johnstone. M.D ........ Toronto 

Walker. Thaddeus, B.A .......... Cred t 

Watt. A. C ____ . . ....... Mono Mills 

White, Jos. Fras .................. Toronto 

Whitcombe, C E ............ Toronto 

Westney, W. S , B.A .......... Pickering 

Williams. A., M.A ................ Toronto 

Wilson, John, M.A ............... Grafton 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO, 
Rt. Rev. J.Travers Lewis. D.D.,LL.D., 

9 Lord Bishop (1862). 
Very Rev. James Lyster, LL.D.. Dean. 
Ven. J. S. Lauder, D.C.L,, Archdeacon 

of Ottawa. 
Ven. T. B. Jones, LL.D., Archdeacon 

o/ Kingston. 

Rev. W. Bleasdell. D.C.L. 1 
Rev. J. A Mulock. 
Rev. G W. White. B.A } Canons. 
Rev. C. B. Pettit, MA. 
Rrfv. t\ R. Tane. 

Rev. C. Bleasdell, D.C.L} 8ish , s 
Ven. Archd. 3ows,LLD. > rhl , n -i,,~,. , 
Rev. H. Wilson, D.D. ) C 

Rural Deans. 
Rev. F. W. Kirkpatrick. M.A., Fron- 

tenuc. 
Rev. R. Lewis, M.A.. Grenville and 

Dundas. 
Rev. E. H. M. Baker, Hastings and 

Prince Edward. 

Rev. G. W. G. Grout, M.A.. Leed*. 
Ven. Archd. B. Jones, LL D.. Lennox 

and Addington 

R^v. .1. J. Hogert. MA.. Carleton. 
Rev. A. C. Nesbitt, i anark & Renfrew 
Rov. Canon Pettit. MA., Stormont. 
Aiistou, H., B A ............. Gananoque 

Baker, E. H. M.. (R. Dean) Deseronto 
i Bailey. T.. BA .................... Cardinal 

! Bnaven. B. W., M.A ......... :... Ottawa 

: B\^adi \l.W..D.C.L.(R.Can.) Trenton 
Mi-Ns C. V. Forster ............. Mitniwa 

Bogert. D. P., B.A ............... Belleville 

Bogert. J. J., M.A (R. Dean).. Ottawa 
ISoiKfield. T ...................... Kingston 

Burke. .1. W., B.A. (Rector) . Belleville 
! Carey, W. 15., MA .............. Kingston 

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Christie. I. J Bearbrook 

Clark, W. C., Ph.D Belleville 

Codd, F Carp. 

Coleman, A. H., B. A., North Augusta 

Cooke, A. W Packenham 

Crawford, E. P., M.A Brockville 

Daw, Samuel Beachburg 

Dobbs, F. W Portsmouth 

Echlin, A. F Shannonville 

Elliott, A., B.A Camden East 

Elliott. J Vankleek Hill 

Emery. C. P. (Rector) Kemptville 

Farrer, H Parham 

Fleming. W.. M.A.(Rtc.) South March 
Forneri.R. S..B.A.( Rce.) Adolphust wn 

Forsythe, J. W., M.A Pembroke 

foster, S., MA. (Sup.) Picton 

Fraser, J. F., B.A Metcalfe 

Gardner. Qeo . S.P.G Thomasburg 

Garrett.T.. B A Rochtsterville 

Godden, T., B.A Stirling 

Godfrey. J.. B.A Wolfe Island 

Grout, G.Vf.G.,M.A. (Sec.) (R.D ).Lyn 

Gwilym, D. V Balderson 

Hanington,E.A.W..S.^4 N.Edingburg 

Harding. R. (Retired) Napane* 

Harris, C. M Marmora 

Harris. J. (Sup.) Kemptville 

Harvey. R. J Rankin 

Houston, R. L. M.. B.v4...Merrickvi)le 
Jarvis, A., B.A. (jRecfor)...Morrisburg 
Jemmett, G., M.A. (Rector). Richmond 

Jones, A. C Vladoc 

Jones, K. L., B.D Arnprior 

Jones, R. N., B.A Farmersville 

Jones, T. B.. LL.D. (x4rc7i.)...Nspane 
Kirkpatrick, F. W., M.A. ... Kingston 
Lauder, J. S., D.C.L. (^rc/(.)...0ttawa 

Lfathley, S. T Frank ville- 

Lewin, W.. B.A Prescott 

Lewis, R., M.A. (Rec.) (.R /> )Maitlan 

Loucks, E. (Rector) Picton 

Low, G. J Carleton Place 

Lvster,.7.. LL.D. (Rec. Dean, Kingston 

Mackay, A. W Combfrmere 

McMorine, S.. M.A Ottawa 

Mercer. W. D.. B.A ..South Mountain 

Metzler. G., B.A Crysler 

Mills. R. D., MA Eganville- 

Morria. J. A.. M.A Murray 

MiK-kleston, J. W., MA Ottawa 

Mulock, J. A. (Canon) Brockville 

Nesbitt, A C. (R.Denn). Smith s Falls 

\immo. J H.. B.A Birmingham 

O Lougblin. A. J North Go er 

li-borne. J Mil ford 

Patten. H B.. BA Bell s Corners 

Pettit. C. B.. J/.y4.(/iVc}(ai).Cornwall 

: nil lips. A Hawkesbury 

Pick. Edward Fenagh Vale 

Plees. H. E., B.A Kenfrew 

Pollard. II Ottawa 

Poole. M. G Sydenham 

t oole. S. G Woodlands 

Porter. T. G. (Curate) Bath 

Prime, F Moulinette 

Reed, W. A Oxford Mills 

Roberts. W Amherst Island 

Sersori. J. R., B.A Tamwc rth 

Sibbtld. K. W. (Curate, Belleville 

Simpson, J. H. (Sup.) Ottawa 

Spenrer. A. (Clerical Sea.).... Kingston 

Stan ton, T.. B A Barriefield 

Stephenson, F. L , B.A Almonte 

Stephenson, P.. L.. M.A. (Rector) Perth 

Tane, F. K. (Rector. Canon) Bath 

Tiirhe. S.. B.A. (Re.ctnr). ...Lansdowne 
Wetherdon. J.. B A., Fitzroy Harbour 
White. G. W., B.A. (Canon). ..Iroquois 
\\ilson. H , D.D (Curate)... Kingston 
Wright, W Newboro 

Deacons. 

Baylee, C. O Dell Ompah 

Dawson. A. (Sup.) Plevna 

Lee, Lawrence Billing s Bridge 

Parker. H. G Toronto 



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Radcliffe, C. E. S., B.C.L ...... Maberly 

Worrel, C. L., B.A ............ Brockville 

Permanent Diaconate. 
Bate.T ................................. Griffith 

DIOCESE OF HURON. 
Right Rev. M. S. Baldwin, D.D., Lord 



Canons. 



Very Rev. M. Boomer, LL.D., Dean. 
Ten. E. L.E\wood,A.M.,Archd. Huron. 
Ven. J. W. Marsh, M. A.. Archd. London. 
Ven. A. Nelles, Archd. Brant. 
Ven. F. W. Sandys, D.D., Archd. Kent. 

Rev. A. C. Hill, M.A. } 

Rev. J.P. Hincks, 

Rev. G. M. Innes. M.A. 

Rev. A.Ii. R. Mulholland 

Rev. E. E. Newman, 

Rev. G. J. R Salter. M.A. 

Rev. J. W. P. Smith. 

Rev. A Townley. D.D. 

Ven. E. L. Elwood, A.M., Chaplain. 

Rev. J. B. Richardson, M.A , Exam,. 

Chap. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Chaplain. 
Rev. John Gemley, Chaplain. 

Rural Deans. 

Rev. G. C Mackenzie. Brant. 
Rev. R S. Cooper, U.D.. Bruce. 
Rev. A. S Falls, A.B., Essex. 
Rev. G. G. Ballard, B.A , Eldn. 
Rev. George Keys, Grey. 
Rev. Jeffrey Hill, M.A., Huron. 
Rev. W. Davis, Kent. 
Rev. A Jamieson, Lambton. 
Rev. R. Fletcher, North Middlesex. 
Rev. Canon Smith, South Middlesex. 
Re.v. W. B Evans, B.A., Norfolk. 
Rev. K. M. Bland, Oxford. 
Rev. K. Pattersnn. MA., Perth. 
Rev. Canon Hiucka, Waterloo. 
Anthony, A ...................... Tuscarora 

Armstrong, D., D D .......... Moortown 

Asbury, S K. B.A ............... Durham 

Ashman, T. W .................. Kingsville 

Ashton, Jas ...................... Princeton 

Ball. .T. A .................... Delhi 

Ball. C. W ................ Thorndale 

Ballnni,ii <T A.B(R.D)(R.)Si.Tb.omas 
Banwi-lL H .................... 

Biretbc-t. .... ............ Point Edward 

Batstorie, C. J .................. Alvinston 

Beaum :> J W, D.D ............. Berlin 

Blaai! K. v|. (K.D) .......... Ingersoll 

Bootr.^i !.. LL.D.(Dean) ...... London 

Brow?; \., B.A ................... London 

Brown. V D. (On leave) 

Campbell. VV. F. (Misi. Ag t)... London 

Campbell. T. A.. .......... Southampton 

Canie. James .................. Dunsjannon 

CASwell. D. J ......................... Paris 

Chance. James ................ Tyroonnell 

Channer. C. H. I.. M.A ......... Meatord 

Chase. H. P .................. Munce\ town 

Cluff, W. T .................... Walkenrtlle 

Cooper, R.O ...................... Chatham 

Coop-r. !!. S . B />. (K.D )...Tnvermay 
Craitr W. < Rect.ir) ................ Clinton 

Currati. J. P ............... South 7/irra 

Daunt, W., M.A ......... .......... AUmi-r 

Davis, E., MA. (Rector) ......... London 

Davis. T. R.. M A. i Rector) ....... Sarnta 

Davis. .V. (K.D.) ........... Thfuii -sville 

Deacon. T)., MA ................ Stratford 

DeLom. P. B ...................... Mitchell 

Dili .n. M. M ................... I ort Dover 

Dixon. R. F ....................... B tliw,-!! 

Downie. J .......................... Morpetb 

EdelsMn. S ..................... Fairinount 

Ed Monds, J ...................... ScHt orth 

Ed^ar ........................ tVeswater 

Ellerby, T. S ....................... Toronto 



... 
English, E. N., M.A ............. London 

K\*n.\\.ti.,B.A (K Z>)(ft.,)....Simc..e 

Falls, A. S., A.B.(Rector) Amherstburg 
Fisher. A ........................ Tilsonburg 

Fisher. T ........... .......... Gorrie 

Fletcher, R. (K D.) ....... London East 

Gemley, 1. (Rector) ................ Simcoe 

Gollmer. A. J. A ____ ........ Belmont 

Graham, W. A., B.A ............ Millbank 

Guillemont. C. B., B.A .......... London 

Gurm, F. M ..................... Kerrwood 

Hale. John .......................... Paisley 

Hamilton, K. B .................. Eastwood 

Harding, F ................... Hayesville 

Harris. S. (Sup.) .................. Simcoe 

Hastiugs, A. A. W .......... Wood-took 

Henderson. W ...................... Forest 

Hill, A. 0., M.A. (Canon).. Strathroy 
Hill, J, M.A.(RD.) ........ Listowel 

Hill. J. J., M A ............ Woodstock 

Hill, Wm. T., B.A .......... Kincardine 

Hincks. J. P. ("anon) (R.D ) ---- Gait 

Hiud, D. H.. B.A ........... Burtord 

Hinde, W. (Rector)) ............. Petrolea 

Holmes, J ......................... Delaware 

Hylaud. P. E. (Rector) ......... Watford 



,., 
Jacobs, J ...................... ......... Sarnia 

Jamieson.A..(#.Z>.) ..... Walpole Ii-land 

John>on, Wm .................. Ailsa Craig 

Johnstone, R. W .............. Sindwich 

Jones, E. Stewart ............ Port Rowan 

Jones. P. Owen (On leave) 

Kennedy, J., M.A. (Rector)... Adelaide 

Kerr, F. W.. MA .................. London 

Keys. G., (Rural Dean)... Chatsworth 
Mackenzie.G.C ( R.D.) (^ec.)Brantford 
Mtg.iby. T. W., (Rector] .......... Lucan 

Marsh J. Vf.,M.A.(Arch.) (Rec ) London 
Martin. C. D ..................... Branttbrd 

Martin. N. H ..................... Chatham 

Matthew. C. R., M.A ............ Godcrich 

Miller, A. E. (Sup.) ............. Hamilton 

Mom-house. J H ................... Bervie 

Mulholland. A.II.R.(C ..-R.)Owen Sound 
Murray, E. W. (Sup.) ......... Dresden 

Murphy, W. (Sup)...:. .......... London 

McCosh, R ........................ Wicgbam 

Nelles. A., (Archdeacon) ...... Brautford 

Newman, E. K.(Sup )(Conon).Londori 
Newman, E. E. (Sup) ........... London 

O Connell, T ........................ Lou on 

Parke. T. F ........................... Blythe 

Patterson. V..M.A.(R.D.) (/nStratford 
Kacey, G. \V ........................ Florence 

Rally. W. IJ. (.v-./ .................. Duart 

Ramsay, W. H , A.M .......... WlftdBOT 

KichardsoD, J. B., M.A. (Rec.) London 
Ridley, J. ................ Tuscaroia 

KoWts.R. .!... A.(Sup.) Br. Columbia 
l ,ol>inson. K. J ...................... Exeter 

Rogers.K. V., M.A. (on leave) Kingston 
Ryan. K ............................ Brussels 

! Sage, G. B.. B.A ................... London 

Salter, G.T. R.. .^.(5p.).Brantford 
.Binders, T. E.(Sup.) ............. A\lmer 



Schu lt.-, John, D.O., Pii.D...Vf. Lome 
Scott. W. E ........................ Norwich 

Seaborn, W. M ..... ......... Thnmestord 

Shore. Murton W .............. Higb^ate 

I Sh rtt. W. (Rector) .......... V, alkerton 

Smith, J. W. P., Oan<,n(K.l>.) London 
Snii li. S. L ..................... St Thomas 

S-tiith, Arthur ....... ......... Leamington 

S iftlcy. E.. B.D(loc-tens).Prt Burwell 

S Hir. K H., M.A. (On leave) 

Steele, H. I> ...................... Blenheim 

Stinni:. .lames L ............ Port Stanley 

Ta\lor, G. B ...................... B:r. jcld 

Tiulor. W J ................... Waidsville 

Tb niias, H A .............. Wallaceburg 

Tibh.-tt, W. M. M.l>. (Sup ).... Simcoe 

ruwnley. ^.. I>. D. (Canon, Sui>. IParis 
Turnbull, M ....................... Kirkton 

Uniacke, H. J., B.A ... ............ Chtsley 



Walters, J Goderich 

Ward, J Markdale 

Watson, Thomas Hanover 

Wilson. R Birr 

Wood, W. (Retired) Port Rowan 

Wright, J. T St. Mary s 

Wye, G. W. (Ore leave) 

Wyllie, H Clarksburg 

Young, W. A. (R.D.) Brantford 

DIOCESE OF NIAGARA. 

Right Rev. T. B. Fuller, D.D, D.C.L., 

Lord Bishop (1875). 
Very Rev. J. G. Geddes, D.C.L., Dean. 
Ven. Wm. MoMurray, D.D., D.C.L^ 

Archdeacon. 

Ven. Alex. Dixon, B.A., Archdeacon. 
Rev. T. B. Read, D.D. ~\ 



Canons, 



Rev. J. B. Worrell. M.A. 

Rev. S. Houston, M.A. 

Rev. F. L. Osier, M.A. 

Rev. W. B. Curran, M.A. 

Rev. R. C. Caswall, M.A: 

Rev. Alex. Dixon, B.A., Bishop s Chap. 

Arnold, Robert,^. B. (Rector) Fort Erie 



Bevan. Wm Lowville- 

Belt, A J HiHsburgh 

Belt, W., M.A Burlington 

Bonny, A Uakville 

Booth, 0. J St. Catharines 

Boultbee, A Cayuga 

Bull, G. A., M.A Hamilton 

Bull, Geo. B...; Acton 

Carmichael, H., M.A 

Caswill, R. C. M.A Welland 

Clark, W. R., B.A Aneaster 

Cordner. Robert Mount Forest 

Curran. W. B., M.A Hamilton 

Des Hrisay. L Hamilton 

Dixon, Alex., B.A. (Rector). ...Guelpb 

Fennell, Joseph Merritton 

Fessenden, E. J., B.A (Rec.) Chippawa 

Forneret. Geo., B.A Duudas 

Fletcher. John H Palmerston 

Francis, John Waterdown 

Gardiner. H Moorefield 

Geddts, J. G.. D.C.L. (Rec.) Hamilton 

Geouhegan. T Bullock s Corners 

Grahame. W. E. (Rec.) Thorold 

Uribble, John (Rector)Port Dalhousie 
Henderson. Alex.. B.A... Orangeville 
Holland. H., B.A.(Kec.)St Catharines 
Houston. Stewart, M.A. Niagara Falls 

Howitt., F. E Stoney Creek 

Indies. C. L.. M.A. (Kec.) Drummondv 

Irvinir, K. A Orangeville 

Johnston, Oabriel Jarvis 

Lee, C R., M.A Mount Fr rest 

l,.>rko, R. S., M.A Norval 

MrMurnt.y, W.. D.D.. />.C.L...Niagara 
Maccarther. J. G. (Retired) ....Hornby 

Mackenzie. W. J Milton 

Mactab, A. W St. Catharines 

Massey, W.. M.A Hamilton 

MelHsh. II. F Caledonia 

Mockrid(te. C. H., I) D Hamilton 

Mooio. K. J., B.A St.. Catharines 

Morton. .1 Fergus 

Motherwell, Thos Lowville 

Moulsdale, T. H. P Mount Foiest 

Osier, F. L., M.A. (Rector) Dundas 

Pisrott. W. J Acton 

Pipe. F. C Fonthill 

Read, Thomas B., D.D.(Rec.) Grimsby 

Smith. Thomas Tapleytown 

Seaman. J Nantieoke 

Smith. P. W Dunnvilla 

Spencer, P. L Klora 

Sutherland, R. G., M.A Hamilton 

Taylor, E. A Trafalgar 

Webb, R. T. W Luther 

Westmacott. A. G. E Moorefleid 

Worrell, J. B., M.A Oakvillo 



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[1884. 






MISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 
ALGOMA. 

Right Rev. Edward Sullivan, D.D. 
(2.C.D.) S.T.D., D.C.L., Bishop, (1882.) 
Rev. Ed. P. Wilson, Bish"p s Comrnis. 
A. H. Campbell. Ehq., Treas. Diocese. 
Beer. H.... Hilton, St. Joseph s Island 

Berry, F. C Bruce Mines 

Cliowne, A. W. H Roj-Seau 

Cole, J. S.. B.A Manitowaning 

Cooks. Geo. B., #.^L..Sault Ste Marie 

Croinpton, Wm Aspdin 

French, C. A Hnntsville 

Frost, F Shequiaridah 

Llwyd, Thomas Gruvenhurst 

McMorine, J. K., M.A.P. Arthur s,L g 

Mosley, R Parry Sound 

Renison. R Garden River 

Sweet, A. S. Ilfraeombe 

Tooke. W. M., B A Gore Bay, Manit n 
Wilson, E. F... Shingwauk Home 

Roman Catholic Church* 

ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO. 
Most Rev. J. J. Lynch, D D., Archb p 
Right Rev. T. O Mahoney, Aux. B p. 
Very Rev. F. P. Rooney, Vicar General, 

St. Mary s, Toronto. 
Very Rev. P. Mulligan, Dean St. Cath. 
Very Rev. R A. O Connor, Dean Barrie 
Very Rev. J. M. Laurent, V. G., Rector, 

St. Michael s Cathedral, Toronto. 
Very Rev. C. Vincent, V.G., St. Basil s, 

Toronto. 

Alliiitie. J Uxbridge 

Bergin, W. (St. Mary s) Toronto 

Brenuaa. L. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Browne. G. (0. C. O.) Clifton 

Beausang, J Duffin s Cree.k 

Campbell, K. A Orillia 

Cassidy. Ed Dixiu 

Challandard, P. (St. Basil s). SToruuto 
Cherrier, L. E. (St. Basil s) ... Toronto 

Duffy, M Dixie 

Egan.J. J Thornhill 

Finan, A Apto 

Frachon. F. X. (St. Basil s) ...Toronto 

Gallagher, E. K Caldwell i 

Gavau, P. J. (St Mary s) Toronto 

Gibney, II Alliston 

Gihrat, L Barrie 

Griinmn, E. (St. Patrick s) Torontc I 

Guinane, J. (fit. Basil s) Toronto 

Hand, J lj. (St. Mick. Oath.), Toronto [ 

Harru-.,W. R Newmarket ; 

Hayden. F Thorold i 

Hayden, J. (St. Patrick s) Toronto 

Heimann A., C. O. Clifton 

Jeffcott. M. (St. Pant s) Toronto 

Kean. P Gribbin p.Q. 

Kelly, M.(Si. Paul s) Toronto 

Kenny. P. (St. Mary s) Toronto 

Kiernan, E Stayner 

Kilcullen, J Port Colborne 

Krine, S (St. Patrick s) Toronto 

Ijabourenu, L PeuetaDguihiie 

Xiawlor. E B. Toronto 

LvTiett. J Midland 

Mcliiwly, R. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

McBride, J. F Penetangnishene 

McCann. J. J.(P.P.) Brockton 

McColl, P. J Whitby 

Mctfntee, J. J 0-)i IWH 

M<-Gink y.J Sohoniberj 

McInerney,A.J.(,S.Pah-i c/ i) Toronto 

McMahon, P Apto 

McSpirit, F Col^an 

Michel. J Lat outame 

Miller. F. X.(St. Patrick s).... Toronto 
Mulciihy. M. J.(St. Basil s) ... Toronto 

Mullen, P Toronto I 

Murphy, A. M. (0.0.0.) Niagara 

Murray, E. (St. Basil s) Toronto [ 

O Hagerty, C. J. (St. M. OU/t)...Toronto I 



O Loane.D.B (St.Michl s Cath.) Toronto 

O Malley, (O.C.C.) Clifton 

O Reilly. M Leslieville 

Pius, (O. G. O.) Clitton 

Power, Thomas St. Catharines 

Rey. P Uptergrove 

Rohleder, K. F Vroomanton 

Skelly, John Flos 

3 ieahan. D. J. (St. Paul s).... Toronto 

Sullivan, T. J Thorold 

Teefy, J. R. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Voisard, F. A Fort Erie 

Weideman. (O. C. O.) Clifton 

Whitney, P. (St. Mich. Cath.) Toronto 

DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 
Most Reverend James Vincent Cleary, 
STD., Bishop, Consecrated 21st 
November, 1880. 

Right Reverend Monsignor James 
Farrelly, Domestic Prelate of His 
Holiness, Pope Leo XIII. 

Reverend Thomas Kelly, Secretary to 
the Bishop. 

Brennan, John Picton 

Brophy, George Madoc 

Cicolari, George Lochiel 

Connolly, James ....Morrisburgh 

Corbett, George St. Andrew s 

Davis, Thomas Madoc 

D Sauuhac. Paul Brewer s Mills 

Donahoe, Michael Kitley 

Duffus, Charles St. Raphael s 

Farrelly. Mgr. James Belleville 

Fitzpatrick. Terence Chesterville 

Fleming, John Kingston 

Fox, Wm Crysler 

Gauthier, C. H Williainstown 

Hanigan, P. (Cathedral) Kingston 

Higgins, B. (Cathedral) Kingston 

Hogan, John T Erinsville 

Kelly, Thomas P Cornwall 

Kelly, T.(S-c. Cathedral.).... Kingston 

Leahv, Michael J Moose Creek 

Mackay, Michael Marysville 

Masterson, John Prescott 

MacCarthy, Isaac J Brockville 

MacCarthy, Thos Prescott 

McDonagh. John H Napanee 

McDonald, Michael Kemptville 

McDouell, Alex Alexandria 

McDonald, Win Ganannque 

Me Williams, Charles A Railton 

Meside, John .. Read 

Murray, Charles B Cornwall 

O Brien, Morgan C Frankfcrd 

O Connor, John S Perth 

Roche, Edmund P Smith s Falls 

Spratt. Michael J St Raphael s 

Spratt, Thomas J Wolfe Island 

Stanton. Michael Westport 

Twohoy, P. A. (Cathedral)... Kingston 

Tworney, John Centreville 

Tvvomey, Denis Williamstown 

Walsh. Bdward J Trenton 

Walsh, Wm. P Perth 

DIOCESE OF HAMILTON 

Right Rev. J. J. Garbs- ry . Bishop (elect), 
of Hamilton. 

Very Rev. E. J. Heenau, Vicar- General, 
Hamilton. 

Very Rev. T. J. Dowling, Vicar-Gen., 
Paris. 

Very Rev. J. O Reilly, Dean, Dundas. 

Very Rev. E. Lanssier, Dean, Walker- 
ton. 

Rev. J. Keough, Chan., Hamilton. 

Rev. M. J. Cleary, Secy., Hamilton. 

Bardon. M. P., M.A Ca.vnga 

Bergman, G. R Hamilton 

luohman G Diemert 

Casheu, P Piiceville 



Corcoran, J Teeswater 

Clearv, M J. (Assistant)... Hamilton 

Craven, J. J. (Assistant) Hamilton 

Crinuon, J. E. (Assistant) . . . .Arthur 

Doherty, J. P Arthur 

Donahoe, P., C. S. B Owen Sound 

Dowling, Very Rev. T. J., V.G Paris 

Dumortier, F., S.J. Guelph 

i Elena, L Formosa 

i Fleck, T., S.T. Guelph 

Feeny, J (Assistant) Dundas 

Forster, S New Germany 

Funcken, L, D.D., C.R Berlin 

Funcken, E., C.R St. Agatha 

Gehl, J.. St. Clemens 

Granautier. F., C.S.B Owen Sound 

Granautiec, F. F., C .&/?...Owen Sound 

Keough. J Hamilton 

Kloepfer, W., C.R Berlin 

Laury. F., S. J Guelph 

Laussier, E Walhertoa 

Lee, J. J Elora 

Lennon. P Brantford 

Lennon. J. (Assistant).... Brantford 

Lillis. W. (Assistant; Hamilton 

Maddigan, .J P Caledonia 

McDonald, F, S.J. Guelph 

McGinn, W. J. (Assistant). ..Hamilton 

O Leary, J.S Freelton 

Reill y, J., Dean Dundas 

O Reilly, F Macton 

O Reilly, T Oakville 

Owens, P. S Ayton 

Plant. D., S. J Guelph 

Rassaerts, F Carlsmhe 

Slaven. E. P. (Assistant) Hamilton 

Spetz, F., C. R Berlin 

Wadel, S Chepstow 

Wey, J. (Assistant) Formosa 

DIOCESE OF LONDON. 

Right Rev. John Walsh, D.D., Bishop. 
Rt. Rev. Mgr. J. M. Bruyere, Vicar- 
General. 

Aboulin, T Sandwich 

Anririeux. P Tecumseh 

Ausboro, J Stratford 

Baur, J Dover South 

Bayard. Joseph Sarnia 

Beausang, R Kini*sbridge 

B-ruardinc, P., 0. S. F. Chatham 

Boubat, B Ingersoll 

Brady, M Woodstock 

Breonan,P St. Mary s 

Bruer.-., I.. O S. F. Chatham 

Carling, J Woodstock 

Connolly, J Biddulph 

Corcoran. P Parkhill 

Corny n, T London 

Cummins, M Woodslee 

Cushirj. D Sandwich 

Dillon, Wm LH Salette 

Faure, E. J Sandwich 

Pauteux, P Stotxn l j oint 

FIT in, P Strathroy 

Klannery, Wm St, Thomas 

G.ih.iu, N Mt. Carmel 

Gdusepohl, Wm., 0. S. F . . .Chatham 

Gerard, Jos Belle River 

Grand, P Amherstburgh 

Haitman, W Listowel 

Hodgkinson. E St. Thomas 

Hours, F. Sandwich 

Klly, M Mount Carmel 

Kilroy, E. B Stratford 

Lament. A Dublin 

Lorion, J Rnscom River 

Lotz, II Windsor 

McAulay, M Wyoming 

McGralh. M Li Salette 

McKeou. A Bothwell 

MrUa. D Goderich 

Marseille, .1. (Si. Joseph) ....Sandwich 

Molphy, J. V iliiidstone 

Murphy, Jas (Dean) Dublin 

Northgraves, George R Stratford 



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O Connor, T).(Supe r, 0.&B.)Sandwich 

O Connor, J. Q at Augustine 

J. O Nrfl Kiukora 

O Shea, P Seaforth 

Ronan, J Corunna 

Ryan, J Wallacebnrgh 

Ryan, P Amherstburgh 

Scanlon. J Windsor 

Schneider, A McGregor 

Sheridan, P Dublin 

Tieruan, M. J London 

Villeneuve. A. P Trudel 

Wagner. J. T Windsor 

Walsh. J London 

Wassereau, L. A Wooodslee 

Walters, B. J Goderich 

West, fh Fletcher 

DIOCESE OF PETERBOROUGH. 
Right Rev. J. F. Jamot, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. P.D.Laurent,Vica.r-Genero/. 

Baudin, Alphouse Manitowaning 

Baxter, R... Prince Arthur s Landing 

Bloem, Joseph Parry Harbour 

Bretherton, C. S Bracebridge 

Browne, Joseph Port Hope 

Casey, D. J Campbellford 

Chambon, J. F Garden Rivet- 
Connelly, M. E Downey ville 

Con way. P Peterborough 

Cote, L Sudbury 

Du Rauquet,D Manitowaning 

Ferrard, M Red Rocks 

Hamel, P. ...Prince Arthur s Landing 

Hebert, Joseph Fort William 

Keating. Laurence. ..:... Peterborough 

Keilty, W. J Enuismore 

Larkiu, Michael Graft on 

Laurent, P. D., F. O Bracebridge 

Lynch, Michael Lindsay 

McVay, F. P Fenelon Falls 

Murray, E H Cobourg 

Nadeau, P Manitowaning 

Noliti, J B Sturgeon Fails 

O Gounell, Daniel South Liouro 

O Oonuell, Thomas Fenelon Falls 

Ouelldt. M Garden River 

Quirk. John Hastings 

RayDel, J Sault Ste. Mario 

Santerre, F. X Algonia Mills 

Spei ht, Joseph Fort William 

Sweeney, James Lindsay 

DIOCESE OF OTTAWA. 

[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. KD.] 

DIOCESE OF MONTR KAL. 

[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. ED.] 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Most Rev. E. A. Taschereau, Archlip. 
Very Rev. T. E. Hamel, ) Hears 
Very Rev. C. E. Legare, J General. 
ARCHBISHOP S PALACE. Very Rev. 
C. E. Legare. V. G. ; Rev. J. B. Z. 
Boldu 1 , f rocurat. ; Rev. P. E. Bnaudet. 
Rev. [I. Tetu. Almoner ; C. A. Man .is, 
Secret.; C. 0. Gagnon. >//<-*.)/<. 

Auclair, Joseph (Cathedral) ... Quebec 

Auclair, L. G S. Coeur d M.-irie 

Audet, Oct. (Convent) Sillery 

Bacnn, C Islet 

Baillargeon.C S. Paschal 

Ballautyne, J.... 3. K"-li dcs Aulnets 

BeatibHu. X S. Pierre, Bellechiisae 

Beaubien, St I ieire 

Beaudet, A Ste. Phil mieiiH 

Beaudet. L. (Sf.ininn.ry) Quebec 

Beaudet. P Quebec. 

Beaudevin. V., S.J. Qu,->>ec 

Beaudry, Aug Charles bonr<, 

Beaulieu, A .., Levis 



Beaulieu, E Hotel Dieu, Quebec 

Bjaulieu. Philippe College, LSvis 

Beaulieu, Geo St. Ouesime 

Beaumont, Charles ... L Ange Gardien 

Begin, K Ste Anne L^pocatiore 

Be^in, N. (Seminary) Quebec 

U.-gin. F.X St. Paconie 

Be*.:iu. P St. Malachie 

Belanger, K. H. (Cathedral) Quebec 

Belauger, F. X. (St. John s).... Quebec 

Belleau. A Kamouraska 

Belleau. L Quebec 

Belleuirer, Narc Doscliainbaiut 

Bergeron, A St. Raymond 

Beruier, A Lotbinlere 

Bernier, J.M...St.Ferdinaud d Halitax 

Bernier. B St. George s, Beauce 

Berub6, Cy St. Ferreol 

Blais, L Riviere du Loup 

Blais, Wollaston S. Laurent, . 0. 

Blais, A Quebe 

Blanche , A St. Augustin 

Blanchet. Ad S. Pampail- Islet 

Blouin, J. B Ste. Helene 

B licsiuot, L. A... S. Joseph de Beauce 
Bolduc. J. B. Z. (Arch. Palace) Quebec 
Bonneau, E., Hospice de Cbaritg, Queb. 

Boucher. A Ste. Emu.ilie 

B mffard, H. (Seminary) Quebec 

Boulet. J St Mngloire 

Bourassa, Jos St. Bernard, Beauce 

Bourque, Chas. (S. John s C/(.)..Quebec 

Boutin, F St. Amnroise 

Breton, J. E S. Neree 

Brochu, Cam St. Denis 

Brousseau. J. S. Damien 

Bruchesi, P. N. (Seminary).... Quebec 

Brunei, F St. Ferdinand 

Bureau, J St. Nicolas 

Burke. M. S. C.S.SM..t. Pt k s Quebec 

C.inipeau, A Beaumont 

Carrier, C. E College. Levis 

Casgrain. G St. Jean Desi haillons 

iin. R Riviere Ouelle 

Cnsgrain, Rene Ed Ste. Catherine 

Cas-ault. Kd St. All<:in 

Cliabot I.. B St. Uttsile 

Ch;iperon, J. A Ste. Marie. Beauce 

Charluiid, F. V. (College) ... I-evis 

Cinq-Mars. N 1 ortneuf 

Cloutier. Chs St. Charles 

Golfer, J. P Quebec 

Collet. C. A Si. Romuaid 

Cordnke P C .&.B...8t.P > fki.Qaebec 

Couture. W. H St. Klzear 

Coie. Jean Bapt Let is 

Cote. George S, Lamnert 

li.t-sylva, P S. isiclore 

D Auteuil. J. A St. Adri -n 

. Krs. Xav Islet 

. T... Pt. Paul de Moutniiny 

Deschenes. L. P Beniport 

He janlins. H Cote Nord 

Dewjardin ., TI I .aval 

Desjardiri!--, J. K Ste. L"iii-e 

Deiuers, B ^t. (iillieb 

Demers. E Mont-Cannel 

Desrochers B St. Croix, l.otbiniere 

Desruisseaux. Him S. Evuriste 

I>e*y. E.. .V. J. Quebec 

Deziel. Ani-elme .. . S. Ko<-h <\<- Quebec 
l)i ii. 1.10. i"..S ,S A Ste. Anne deUeaupre 

Dion. E. Viet Riviere Ouelle 

Di"nne, Ern. (College) Ste Anne 

biomif, G. B Ste Marie Beauce 

Oionne. Pierre S. Jt-an 

Dowlinir, Michael St. Silvester 

Urolet. George St. Columba 

Drolet, P St. Felix, Cap Rouge 

Dn.net, P., 0. M /...St.Sauvenr .Qu.-l.ec 

DuOe. P Ste. Julie 

Dulic. Paul L6on de Stan.loi) 

Uuhe, Ilennen College Ste. Anne 

Dufonr. Ed St. Roch des Auln.-ts 

Dnniontier, Felix I-evis 

Diipuis. K Levis 

Dupuis. J. B Quebtu: 



., O.M.I.. .-t.SauveurQuebec 

DeBrie, H Ste. Justine, Lan. 

Kafard, E. S S. Joseph de Levis 

Faguy. F X Charltebourg 

t au^-her, J Aucienne Lorette 

Feuiliault, J. E., Seminary.... Quebec 
Fievez, L,., C .SS.JR., Ste.AuneBeaupre 

Kortier. F. N Levis 

Fortiu, Max Cap Sant6 

Fournier, L. G Ste. Ann s College 

Fraser, George. Levis 

Frenette. K S. Cyrille 

GagnS, Lucien...St.Cajetau d Aruiagh 
Gagnon. F. Cleop (Seminary)... Quebec 

Gannon. H Ste.Claire 

Gannon, L Ste. Famille, I. 0. 

Gagnou, C. 0. (Arch. Pal.) Quebec 

Ualerneau, C S Pacome 

Garneau, Ferd P. Eleuthere 

Garon. S St. Sebastien 

Gauthier, A S. Patrice, Megantic 

Gauthier, J S. Lazare 

Gauviu, N Ange Gardien 

iauvreau. A. A Levis 

Gill. Leandre Quebec 

Gingras, Ap St. Edouard 

Gingras. N St. Gervais 

Gingras, Zeph Levis 

Girard, J Kamouraska 

Giroux. Guil St. Ambroise 

Godbout, Narc Ste. Henedine 

Godbout. A.N S. Romuaid 

Godin, A. Quebec 

Qosselin, D St. Roch s, Quebec 

Gosselin, A. H St. Jeanne 

Gosselin, F. X S. Rcch s, Quebec 

Gosselin, J. B St. George, Beauce 

Grenier, L St. Elzear. Beauce 

Grenier, F.. O.3/./...S. Sauveur.Quebec 

Grenier. Ovide S. Isidore 

Grondin.L.E... Notre Dame du Portage 

Guertin, Noel St.Casimir 

Guy. Bern. C S. Cosur de Jesus 

Guy, Geo S. Odilon de Cranbourne 

Hille. Et Ste. Marguerite 

Hulle. L S. Andre 

Hille, C St. Pierre. F. 0. 

Hamel, Ths. V G. (Seminary). .. Quebec 
II unelin. L... General Hospital. Quebec 

Hebert, Nic Kamouraska 

IlHnurick A. ,C.SS R. S.Anne Beaupre 

Hoffman, .log S. David 

Honde, Tbeo N. D. de Buckland 

Hudou, J l.evis 

Il>idon..Ios S. Philippe de Nerl 

II ndnii. M...t.Narcisse de Beanrivage 

Hudon. Ernest S. Antonin 

Hunt, M St. Vital, Lambton 

Kelly. P Ste. Agathe 

Labl.e. R Stoneham 

Labrecque, M. (Seminary) Quebec 

Ln hevn.tiere, G S Ubald 

Laflamme, J.C.K. (Seminary)... Quebec 

La . ace. P Normal School. Quebec 

Lairueux. Jos S. Jean. I mt July 

Liilil.Hrte. E St. Thomas 

Laliberte, F S. Henri de Luzon 

Laliherte, N St. Michel 

rt. 7 Ste. Anas-tasie 

Laiiiontairne. lOd N. D. de Montauban 

Liuittl is. L. A St. dillixte 

\i<-> !! N Cap Rouge 

Leclerc. N. H Inverness 

-.Ad St. Croix 

Le. are, t! E. (Arch. PnJ.) Quebec 

I/enure, V St. Jean Chrysostome 

Lemoiiit). il. (1 ntnliiif n QA ) ... Quebec 

Leiiiit-ux, A. (Seminary) Quebec 

Leniieiix, D S. Anges de Beauce 

Lemieux, G (Suminary) Quebec 

Le.-sard. L. N*. (C"Uf.<je\ Ste Anne 

Lessard. Phil N. D. Carde. Quebec 

Liii ien.A.,C.i&S./J Ste. Anne deBeanpre 

Lindsay, L College de l,6vis 

L wk*mp, W . C.S X.7/.. St.l at.Que. 

Magnire. K. (Seminary) Quebec 

Marceau, Ludger S. C.ilixte 



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Marcoux, Ed. (Seminary) Quebec 

Marois, C. A. (Arch. Pal.) Quebec 

Murois, Ancienne Lorette 

Marquis, J...Hos. Sacred Heart, Queb. 

Martel, Ant S.Joseph, Beaace 

Martel, Joseph Grondiues 

Martin, J. E St. Frederic 

Mathieu, 0. E. (Seminary) Quebec 

Matte. Dam St. Calixte, Somerset 

Mayrand, L Quebec 

McCarthy, F., O.SS.R St. Pat., Q. 

McGratty. H Valcartier 

Methot, Ed. Mich. (Seminary) Quebec 

Methot, F. X St. Eugene 

Meunier. M. P Ste. Marie, Beauce 

Michaud, A Ste. Ann s College 

Moisan, K L Quebec 

Moisan, L. S. Lambert 

Montminy, T St. Agapit 

Morisset, Fidele S. Joachim 

Morisset, L S. Come 

Naud, J St. Laurent, I. 0. 

Naud, St. Severin 

Neville, J S. Sylvestre 

Noel, C St. Joseph de Levis 

O Parrell, J Frampton 

O Leary, P. (Sem.)....St. Jos. de Levis 

Oliva, Fred St. Francois du Sud 

Page, E. (Seminary) Quebec 

Pampalon, D St. Roch s, Quebec 

PaquBt, L. A Cap. St. Ignace 

Paradis, Edm. (Seminary) Quebec 

Paradis, F. I ... S Raphael j 

Paradis, L. L Sillery j 

Paradis, St. An^elme | 

Paquay, S.. C.S.S.R. St.Anne Bpaupre" j 

Paquet, Benj. (Seminary) Quebec 

Paquet, C. N ...St. Apollinaire 

Paquet, Louis (Seminary) Quebec 

Paquet, Louis A. (Sem.) Quebec 

Paquet, H Ste. Petronille, I. 0. 

Paquin, K., O.M /...St.Sauveur.Quebec | 

Parent, J. E S. Martin ; 

Pelletier, A Chateau Richer j 

Pelletier, Andr6 St. Jean, T. O. 

Pelletier, Geo St. Alexandre j 

Perusse, L St. rite 

Plaisance, W Levis 

Pilote, F S. Augustin 

Plamondon, Frs.... St. John s, Quebec j 

Plamocdon, J. Bte IsleauxQriies j 

Poire,Chs. Ed Ste. Ann s C. 

Potvin, G St. -Vnbert i 

Pouliot, Chs S. Joseph de Levis j 

Pouliot, P. A Ste. Perpetue 

Poulin, Louis St. Isidore, Lauzon | 

Poullet.L.C.SS.S.Ste.AnnedeBeaupre 

Proulx, L. A Quebec i 

Proulx, N College Ste. Ann 

Provancher, L Cap Rouge 

QuSzel, L. E St. Joseph de lieauco j 

Rainville, A Ste. Valier 

Rein, J , C.SS R...S Patrick s, Quebec I 

Resthur, Z., S.J. Quebec , 

Rheaume. Ans N. (Seminary) Quebec 

Richard, Chs Ste. Sophie 

Richard. C. P Ste. Ann s College 

Rioux. Joseph St. Flavien 

Robert,, E., S.J. Quebec 

Robin. B St. Antoine 

Boolean, A 8. Jean, I. 0. j 

Koului, J. E St. Roch de Quebec 

Rouleau, T Quebec 

Roussi au. Leon S.Thomas 

Rousseau. U Pointe aux Trembles 

Roussel. Pierre (Seminary) Quebec 

Roy, Ciovis S Alexandra 

Roy, Ed Kamouraska 

Roy. J. E S. Etit-nue 

Roy, P. (Seminary) Quebec 

Sache. L. C., SJ Quebec i 

Ssnfacnn, Louis S. Philippe ! 

Sasseville. Jerome Sto. Foye 

Sauvageau, George College, Levis 

Savoie, P Brouiihton j 

Sexton, James S. Roch. Quebec I 

Sirois, J. N Cap. S. Ignace 



Soucy. J. O St. Ephreim 

Soulard, J. B Ecurcuils 

St. Pierre, J. L. (College) ....Ste. Anne 

Tanguay, Horn St. Jean, Port Joli 

Tardif, Charles N. D. de Levis 

Tetu, II. (Bishop s Palace) Quebec 

Tessier, Frs. X.. .St. Francois, Beauce 
Tielen, J., C./Sf.iS.J?.,St.AunedeBeanpre 

Tetu, A Ste. Anne Coll 

Tremblay, L 0., (OoVege) St. Anne 

Tortel, Ad. O.M.I. .St.Sauvear,Quebec 

Tremblay, P. G Beauport 

Trudelle, Charles. ..College Ste. Anne 

Vaillancourt,A S. Paschal 

Valin, A Riviere du Loup 

Vallee, A N. D. de Levis 

VanderCapellan,P.a,S.S.7?S.An.Bupre 

Villeneuve, J. B S. Victor, Tring 

Vincent, P S. Ambroise 

DIOCESE OF CHIOOUTIMI. 

Right Rev. Dom. Racine, Bis/top. 

Very Rev. N. Doucot, V.O. ...Malbaie 
V y Rnv.J.B. Pelletier, Isle aux Coudres 
Very Rev. B. Leclerc,F. f.,Hebertville 
Rev. Thos. Roberge, Secretary. 

Auclair, Elz S. Urbain 

Barabe, W St. Alexis, Sag. 

Beaudet, H Bale St. Paul 

Belley, B. X S. Prince 

Roily, Pierre Eboulements 

Boiiy, Roger 

Cimon, H S.Joseph, lie d Alma 

Delage, F. X.Jun Laterriere 

Doucet, N., V.G Malbaie 

Dutresne, D. 0. K. (&n.)... Chicoutimi 

Dumas, J St. Simeon 

Fafard, A Chicoutimi 

Gendron. F Tadoussac 

Girard, A St Louis, Saguenay 

Girard, J Malbaie 

Hiiai-t. J. A. V. (Seminary) Chicoutimi 

Kerouac, H S. Dominique 

Lauriot, E S. Hilarion 

Leclerc, Bruno N. D. d HeOertville 

Lizotte. Jos N. D Lac. S. Jean 

Marceau. II Ste. Agnes 

Parent, C. L Escomnius 

Parant, N Petite Riviere 

Paradis. J Baie St. Paul 

Pelletier. J. Bte Isle aux Coudres 

Pelletier, Jean S Anse St. Jean 

Pelletier. A Isle Aux Condres 

Racine, Dominique (Mgr.). Chicoutimi 

Roberae, Thos Chicoutimi 

Roussel, Dav Ste Anne. Saguenay 

Roy. Jos. F. (Seminary) ..Chicoutimi 

Roy, M. E.... S. lienee 

Savard, L S. Fulgeiice 

Sirois. Jos S. Alphon^a 

Tremblay, Kd. W . Fidele 

Tremblay, Amidpe Mille Vaches 

Tremblay, Ones S. Gedeon 

DIOCESE OF ST. HYACINTHE. 

Mgr. L. Z. Moreau. 
Mi^r. J. La Rocque. 
J. A. Gravel, V. G., Secretary. 

Angers, C Sorel 

Archambeault. L. M St. Hugues 

Blanchard. St. Hyacinthe 

Balthazard, H Kieheliru 

Balthazard, J. M Richelieu 

Balthazard, J. A St. Hyacinthe 

Beaudry, Jos Dunham 

Bsaudry, A La Presentation 

Beauregard, J St. Hyacinth? 

Beauregard, L Sorel 

Belanger, M St. Helene 

Bernard, A. X St. Hyacinthe 

Bernard, L. C St. Hyacinthe 

Bernier, A Ste. Rosalie 

Bertrand, F. X St. Liboire 

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Bessette, J St. Paul 

Bessette, C Ste. Angele 

Blanchard, Ste. Angela 

Blanchard, J. C St. Alphonse 

Boivin, T St. Hilaire 

Boivin, L Adamsville 

Bourque. L. A La Presentation 

Bouthier. P St. Robert 

Bouvier, A. X Ste. Marie 

Brodeur, N Ste. Marie 

Browne, G. J St. Hugues 

Burque, G St. Anne 

Caron, J St. Hyacinths 

Chaffers, W Ste. Marie 

Charbonneau, U St. Dannen 

Charmont. L St. Hyacinthe 

Chartier, J. V St. Hyacinth* 

Chartier, J. B Ste. Madeleine 

Choquet. P St. Hyacinthe 

Clapin, G St. Hyacinthe 

Cormier, C St. Hyacinthe 

Cote, F. P St. Valerien 

Courtemanche, J St. F. Xavier 

Decelles, M St. Koch 

Derome, G. S St. Cesaire 

Drtsnoyers, Alf. St. Pie 

Dnsnoyers, I St. Cesaire 

Desnoyers, R.. 1 . St. Alexandra 

Desorey, St. Ours 

Desrosiers. Sorel 

Duhamel, J. B St. Oominque 

Duhamel, L Iberville 

Dumesnils, A St. Hyacinthe 

Dupre. L S Sorel 

Dupuy, A. S Str. Pudentiennfr 

Dupuy. J. B St. Antoine- 

Dupuy, J. P St. Gregoire 

Durocher, J. B Ste. Victoire 

Fabre, P.. St. Hyacinthe 

Filiatreau, E St. Joseph 

Foisy, A Acton 

Fortin.C. E St. Hyacinthe 

Gaboury. .7 . .. St. Marcel 

Gadbois, H St. Hyacinthe- 

Gatineau, V St. Alexandra 

Gauthier. N St. Damase 

Gendron, S St. Hyacinthe 

Germain, J. E St. Indes- 

Gill. M St. Joachim 

Girard, L St. Hyacinthe 

Godard. M. . St. Aime 

Gonthier, D St. Hyacinthe 

Goyette, A St. Antoine 

Gravel, J. A St. Hyacinthe 

Gravel, E St. Hyacinthe 

Guy, St. Rosalie- 
Hardy, J St. Mathias 

Jodoin, J Acton 

Jeannotte, A St. Marie 

Jeannotte, F. X ; Ste. Marie 

Jutteau, F St. Hyacinthe 

Laflamme, J. M Upton 

Lapierre, A St. Hyacinthe 

Larocque, L Roxton 

Larochelle, P St. Hyacinthe 

Lassalle. L, H St. Cesaire 

Leclaire, B. J St. Hyacinlhe 

Lecours. E St. Hyaciuthe 

Leduc, Sweutsburgh 

Lemay, A St. Marc 

LemiPiix, J Ste. Marie 

Lessard, E St. Tgnace 

Lheureuse.F St. Damase 

Levesque. P St. Hyacinthe 

Limoges. A. D Farnham 

Marcamele, L St. Marc 

Masse. H St. Damase 

Mathieu. F St. Hyacinthe 

Mescier, H Upton 

Mennier. D Ste. Marie 

Michon, J. B Stanbridge- 

Michon, J. D St. Charles 

Millier. H Beloeil 

Monet, St. Bsrnabe 

Nadeau. J. A Granby 

N adeau, H St. Ours 

Noiseux, J Milton 



1884.] 



CLERGY. 



10T 



O Donnell, A St. Denis 

Ouellette, R St. Hyaciothe 

Pare, P. L Ange Gardien 

Payant, A St. Marc 

Pelletier, St. Robert 

Petit. A Knowlton 

Poulin, St. Sebastien 

Pratte, F St. Simon 

Prince, J. J St. Hyacinthe 

Provencal, J A St. Cesaire 

Raymond, S St. Hyacinthe ; 

Raymond. VV St. Louia 

Ri.hard, C St. Pie 

Rivard, E St. Armand 

Roy. V Belceil 

Santenac. J. F Roxton 

Saurette. P Ste. Marie j 

Sicart. C St. Denis 

Springer. E St. Denis 

St. Aubln, T St. George 

St. George, C St. Athanase 

St. Louis, A Waterloo : 

St. Pierre. A St. Hyacinthe 

Taupier. J. 8 Ste. Brigide 

Tetreau, F St. Hyacintbe ; 

Tetreau. J ..St. Marcel j 

Thibaudier, V St. Hyacinthe ; 

Vanasse, F .Sorel 

Verronneau, J. B....St. Jean Baptist? 
Vincent, G St. Charles , 

DIOCESE OF ST. GERMAIN DE 
RIMOUSKI. 

Right Rev. J. Langevin, D.D., Bisfinp. 
Very Rev. E. Langevin, Vicar-General. 
F. X. Cloutier, Pro-Secretary. 

Very Rev. E. Langevin, Provost, 

Rev. L Desjardins, 

Rev. .J. B. Blanchet, 

Rev. P. C. A. Winter, 

Rev. M. R. Bilodeau, 

Rev. D. Vezina, 

Rev. C. A. Carbonneau, 

Rev. L. J. Langis, Tfteol. 

Rev. P. J. Saucier, 

Rev. P. Audet, 

Rev. J. C. Cloutier, ) Hmiorary 
Rev. F. A. Blouin, j Canons. 

CATHEDRAL. Rev. A. Audet, Rector; 

(Vic.) 

COLLEGE. Rev. P. J. Saucier, Supt , 
Prncur and Direc. College; J. B. 
Pelanger Prefect of Studies ; R. Ph. 
Sylvain. Direc. Theol. Sem. 

Amiot. J St. Frangois Xavier 

Arpin. Louis S. Jean de Dieu 

Audet. And. (Cathedral) .... Rimouski 

Audet, J. F. (Sick) Quebec 

Audet. P S. Fabien 

Beaumont, (Vic.) Gde. Riviere 

Belauger, J.. B.A ..Rimouski 

Bernier, L. N S. Epiphane 

Berube, J C lie Verte 

Berube. Ph Cascapediac 

Berube. Thomas St. Simon 

Bilodeau, Mart S. Anaclet 

Bltuctiet, J- B Ste. Lm.-o 

Blouin, Ad. V. F Carleton 

Bolduc. Mj Father Point 

Boulard, L Ste. liose 

Brillant, Pre St. Mci-e 

Carbonneau. C. A. (S?c.)...St. Modeste 

Qhallfonr, A Cape. Cove 

Chouinard. Ant S. Octave. Metis 

Chretien, J. N Caplan 

Cinqmars. F S. Alexis 

Cloutier, J. C Carolina 

Cloutirr, F. X. (Pro. Sf.c.). ...Rimouski 

Delage. Kua Ste. Frano.oi.se 

Delate. F. X C*p Kosier 

Desjardins,.!. A. .St. Louisdu Ila! ha! 

Desjurdins. L Ste. Cecile dn Bio, 

Drapean, J. O S. Ulrie 

Drape.iu. Octave Restigouche 



i 

js 

^ 



Dumas. Jos St. E .oi 

Duret, Th. C Ri v - au Renard 

Dnval, A St. Donat 

Fortier, A. P Cascapediac 

Fournler, Chas. G Ste. Flavie 

Fournier, Magi S. Arsene 

Gagne, Gyp Ste. Angele 

Gagne, J Maria 

Gasnon, N Mont Louis 

Gillis, D Douglastown 

Gravel, Th St.e Anne des Monts 

Quay, Mifr. C. (Absent) Syracuse, N Y 

Jean, J. Z ..St. Paul de la Croix 

Jobin, A. D & Honore 

Lacasse. A Cap. Chatte 

Ladriere, A N D. du Sacre Coeur 

Lamontagnw. A (Sick) Lavaltri 

Langevin. J. (Bishop) Rimouski 

Langevin, E. (Vic. Gen.) Rimouski 

Langis. L St. J. B. Ile-Verte 

Larivee. Gyp Paspehiac 

Lavoie, H. J. (Fi c.).N.D.du Sacri Coeur 

Lavoie, L. C Mechins 

Lebel, D St. Clement 

Leblanc,Ant.(Fic.).Ste.AnnedesMonts 

Leblanc, Arth St. Gabriel 

Leveque. N....St. George de Port Dan. 
Leonard, 3. H..( Absent)... Dayton, Min. 
Lepage, J. J. (Absent) ...Idaho Sp.. Col 

Martin. Jos Ste. Rose du Degele 

Monge. J. (Sick) Quebec 

Moreault. Ph N.D. du Lac 

Moreau. Pol S.Jean I Evanaeliste 

Moreau, M. (Assistant) Ca-otina 

Morisset. D Assomption. McNider 

Normandin. .T. 0. V. F.. Grande Riviere 

Paquet. L. (Vic.) Bio 

Paradis, JosuS Pa bos 

Perusse. J. A Perte 

Phillips, P. A (Absent)... Denver, Col. 

Pineau, F. (Absent) Gde. Isle. Me. 

Pouliot. J. B. E Cloridorme 

Fremont, A Ste. Blandine 

Rioux, J Rimouski 

Rouleau, L S. Jerome Mutane 

Saindon, B. C He Verte 

St. Laurent, Ulf (Miss.).... St. Damase 

St. Laurent, Jos New Port 

Saucier. P Rimouski 

Simard, J. 0. (Alsent) Quebec 

Smith. Theo St. Godefroi 

Stevenart. Ls Ste. Rose 

Sylvain, Ph Rimouski 

Tbeberge, Tobie Ste. Felicite 

Thivierge, P. N S. Bonaventure 

Therianlt. N. M. (We.) St. Flavie 

Thibault, A. (Fie.) Trois Pistoles 

Tremblay, H St. Malthieu 

Trndel, C. E Malbaie 

Van de Moorte, F Gnsp^ 

Vezina. Desire Trois Pistoles 

Vigeant. A. (Absent) 
Winter, P. C. Alph (Absent) 

PREFECTURE APOSTOLIC OF THE 

GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE. 
Mgr. F. X. Basse, Pref. Apostolic, and 

Priv. Chamberlain of His Hnline.ss, 

Pointe aux Esquimaux. 
R. R. Jos. DeChamplain, Vice- Prefect. 

Ainaud, C . O.M.I, N". D. of Bethsia- 
mitsandall the.Montagnais Miss ns. 

Babel, J., O.3/J.,do. 

Bosse, F. X.. Mgr.. St. Pierre and Paul 

de la Pointe aux Esquimaux and 

Bethshouan. 

Cote, A. B., Nataskouan and other 

Missions. 

DeChamplain, J., V.P., Pointe aux 

Esquimaux. 
Desj.-inlens, B.. St. Elesie de Bethsia- 

mlts and 10 Shanties. 

McHea.,7.. Riviere St. Jean and other 
Mission?. 



Pelletier, Pierre, (Assist.) N. D. de 
Bethsiam/ts. 

Rioux, J. Ludger, St, Ludger de Pile 

d Anticosti. 
Tremblay, . Sault au Cochon and 

other Missions. 
Thelerge Pierre, St. Cceurde Jesus de- 

Bonne Experience and other Missus. 

DIOCESE OF THREE RIVERS. 
Most Rev. L. F. Lafleche, Bishop. 



Archpriests. 



Very Rev. C. 0. Caron, 

F. Belaud, Secretary. 

E. Beland, Eccl. Assist. -Secretary. 

Rev. L. Aubry, 

Rev. D. Paradis, 

D. Marcoux. 

Rev J. H. Dorion, 

R. A. Noiseux, 

P. H. Suzor. 

G. N. Heroux, 
M. Marchand, 
J. E. Panneton, 

Alexander, H ...................... Durham* 

Aubry, L ............................ St. Leoa 

Baillargeon. C. F .................. Stantold 

Biril. H. (Seminary) ...... Three Rivers 

Barolet. C. A ..................... St. Paulin 

Beauchesne, A ...................... St. Luc 

Beaudet. P. ( Vic.) N.D. duMont Caring 
Belaud, J. F. (Se.c"y) ____ ThM- Rivers 

Beliveau. Kd .................. Ste. Ursule 

Beliveau. G. (Retired) ....St Leonard 

Beliveau, Geo. (Vicar) Drummondville 
Bellemare, 0. T ............... Shawecigan 

Bellemare. E ............ Ste Helene 

Bellemare, H....St. Remi de Tingwick 

Bellemare, A. A. P ......... St. Monjque 

R^llemare, A N. (Seminary). ..Nicolet 
Biron. A. (Seminary).... Three Rivers 

Blais, Elie ( Retired) ......... St. Valiere 

Blais. J. (Seminary} ............... Nicolet 

Blordin, Ad. (Vicar) ......... Champliiin- 

Bochet, C ........................ St. Patrice 

Bois, L. Ed ..................... MaskinoDge 

Boucher, J ............... Riviere du Loup- 

Boucher, T ........... .......... St Albert 

Bourassa P. (Vicar) ............ Gentilly 

Rourret, Ed (Vicar). ...St. Guillaiiire 

i Brunaiilt. H. (Seminary) ------ Nicolet 

Brunei. E ...................... St. Valiere 

Brunei, G ........................ St. Louis 

Bnisson, A .............. St. Nm bt-rt 

liuisson, Ed. (Seminary) ......... Nicolet 

Ctiispe, R. (&m.) ............ Three. Rivers 

Caisse, T. (Jesuit) ......... Three Bivers 

Citron. G .......................... Warwick 

Carufi !. D ...................... St. Etienne 

Carufel, ........... Ste. Anne Laperade 

OarutVl. T .......... Ste. Anne Lap-rude 

Carufel. V ................... Ste. Amele- 

Caron, C.O V.G (Urn CA) Three Rivers 
Cron,N (Seminary). ...Three Ri ers 

Chapdeleine. II. (Sem.)... Three Rivers 
Chretien..). Hte ................ Ste. Klore 

Cloutier, F.X. (Vicar) ...... Three Rivers 

Cloutier. P. (Vicar} ......... lamacblche 

Oomeau, D ................ St. Paul 

Cotnenu,.). B (Seminary) Three Kivcrs 
(Connolly. F ................... St. Kulsrence 

Courvai E. (Vicar) ---- ____ St Ditvid 

Dauth. E ................... St. GuilUume 

Denoncourt. M. (Vicar) ......... Stanf 14 

l),.sii\ilniers, A ........ St. Bonavt-nture 

Uf-::ulniers, E ............... Yaiimrhirhe 

I>.-saiiini<-rs. Frs .......... Pointe du I.ao 

Oewinlniers, Jos. i Hear) ...... Dmham 

It. silcts, I,... ....... C.np (ii> In Miliii-leine 

li.-srolt .-iiix. N. (Seminari/) ...... Ni. c let 

D .rion. J. H .................. Yama- In- he 

Distie, .). H ........................ (ien illy 

Douville, fr (Seminar;/) ......... Nicolet 



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[1884. 



Duguay, K (Fie.) Cap de la Madeleine 

Duguay, N St. Celestin 

Dupuis, A N. D. du Mont Carmel 

Fade, 3 B. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Forcier, J. ..St. Eugene de Grautham 

Fortin, D St. Prosper 

Garceau, St. Pierre les Becquetg 

Gelinas, Is (Seminary) Nicolet 

Gelinaa, D. (Retired) Yarnachiche 

Genurier, P. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

erin, D St. Justin 

Gmgras, C St. Didace 

Gouin, T. P La Baiedu Febvre 

Grenier, Ed Becancourt 

Grenier, J. B St. Thecle 

Grenier, J. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Guillemette, J St. Stanislas 

Hamel, J. (Ficar)...La Baiedu Febvre 

Hebert, P. (Vicar) Ste. Monique 

Heroux. J. N St. Christopbe 

Houde, D. ( Vicar) Three Rivers 

Janelle, M. E Ste. Pepetue 

Joyal,T.(Ficar) Nicolet 

Julien, H St. Leonard 

Lafleche, A. E. (Vicar). River du Loup 

Lafleche, E Ste. Victoire 

Lafleche, T. (Seminary)... Three Rivers 

Lafond,C.(Ficar) St.Gregoire 

Lahaye, Z. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Larue. N. Ste. Gertrude 

Lassiseraie, A. II. B , St. Franc, du Lac 
Lebrun, Alf. (Seminary) Three Rivers 

Lebrun, A St Pie de Guire 

Leclair, J. B. (Vicar) St. Maurice 

Legris, A Three Rivers 

I*mire, T ste. Eulalie 

Lessard, F. X St. Wenceslas 

Liza, F. X. (Vicar) St. Stanislas 

Longval, A. (Vicar) St. Paul 

Mailhiot, C. (Victor) St. Celestin 

Malo, L. S. (Retired) Becancourt 

Manseau, 0. (Vicar).... St. Christ ophe 

Manseau, Ph. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Marchand, M Druminondvill.- 

Marchand, P St. Narcisse 

Marcoux. D Cham plain 

Martel, T at. Barnabe 

Martinsau, M. (./i6t<)...Three Rivers 

Maureault, l\ (Seminary) Nicolet 

Mayrand, J. A. (Retired)... St. Ursule 
Mayrand, Eng. (Sem.).... Three Rivers 
Milot. 0. Z. I. (CViap.)...St. Christophe 

Moreau, J. Ag St. David 

Noiseux, A Ste. Genevieve 

Ory, F. (Jesuit,) Three Kivers 

Pannetou, E St. Gregoire 

Paquin, A St. Jean 

Paradis, D. (Retired) Nicolet 

Parent, J. Bte St. Leon 

Pothier, L... St. Medard 

Prince, B. (Vicar) St. Thomas 

Prince, J. St. Maurice 

Proulx, M St. Tite 

Proulx, M. G. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Proulx. P. (Vicar) Ste. Anne Laperade 

Quinn, T Kingsey 

Raicbe, E. A St. Cyrille 

Rainville, A. (Vicar) Y.-inmska 

Ri.-ard, N St. Zephirin 

Richard, L.(Seminary) ..Three Rivers 
Richard. J. (Seminary)... Three Rivers 

Rheault, L. S . Three Kivers 

Roberge, P Yamaska 

Savoie. C. St. Alexis 

Smith, A Ste. Brittle 

St. Cyr. N Ste. Clothilde 

Suzor, P. H Ni;olet 

Tessier, .1 St. Germain 

Tessier, N. (Vicar) Three Rivers 

Tessier, U Ste. Sophie 

Tessier. Ed .(Vicar) St. Stanislas 

Thibodeau, H Batiscau 

Touriguy, L. (Seminary) Three Rivers 

Trahan, H St. Severe 

Trahan, L Pierreville 

Verrille, F St. Elie de Caxton 

Vignon, F. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 



Presbyterian Church in 
Canada. 

The General Assembly will meet in 
St. James Square Church, Toronto, 
on the first Wednesday of June, 1884, 
at 7 30 p.m. 

Officers 1883-84. 

Moderator : 

Rev. John M. King, D.D., Winnipeg 
Clerks : 

Rev. W. Reid, D.D Toronto 

Rev. W. Fraser, D.D Barrie 

SYNOD OF THE MARITIME 

PROVINCES. 

Rev. P. M. Morrison, Dartmouth, N.S., 
Clerk. 

Aitken, Wm Newcastle, N. B 

Allan, Junes Cove Head, P E I 

Archibald, W. P Cavendish, P K I 

Baxter, J. I. (Retired) Trnro, N S 

Bayn*, E. S. -Murray Harbour. P E I 
Bennett, J., D.D. (Ret.). St. John, N B 

Bernard, S. (Retired) Noel, N.S 

Blair, D. B Barney s River, N S 

Bo.yd, John Bass Kiver, N B 

Boyd, S Wallace, N S 

Brown. Archibald. ..New Dublin, N S 

Bruce, George. M.A St. John. N B 

Bruce, W. T., M.D Valley, N S 

Burgess. J. C., B.A Carleton, N tf 

Burns, R. F.. U.D Halifax, N S 

Burrows, A.. B A Tniro. N S 

Cairns, J. A. Jf.^l.,U.Musquodoboit,N S 

Cameron, Alex Portapique, N S 

Cameron, John Bridgewater, N S 

Cameron, J. G Souris, P E 1 

Campbell. Malcolm. ..Strathlorne, C B 

Carr, A. F., M A Alberton. P E 1 

Carruthers, J. S Pictou, N S 

Chase, J. K. M.A Onslow, N S 

Christie, George Bedford, N S 

Clark. Peter Cape North, C B 

Crawford. Henry Riversdale 

Gumming, Robert Westville. N S 

Currie,J.(Pro/.) ilalif.x. N S 

Darragh, W. S Li den. N S 

Dickey, A. B Mil Vml, NS 

1.) mall, Andrew (.Re*.). Hampton, N li 

Donald, W Pi. tou, N S 

Drumrnond, D Boularderie. C B 

Duff, W. (.PdVJ5i.)Lunenburg, N S 

Farquharson, A Sydney, C B 

Fitz ( airick,J K.(Mis.). Little Bay.Nfld 

Forbes, James A Glare Bay. C B 

Forbes, J. F. Union Centre, N S 

Forbes, W. F. (Ret.) PortHastinas, C B 

Forrest, John ( Prnf.) Halifax. N S 

Fotheriuaham.T F.MA.St. John. N H 

Frame. W. R Mr. Stewart. P E I 

Fraser. D S- B.A .. Mahone Buy. .\ S 
George, F. W., M.A....N<>vr Carlisle. Q 

i. oru e, J. L Sherbrooke. N S 

Billies, K Earltown N S 

Goodfellow, P Antis:onii.b.. N S 

Gordon. G. L Grand River, C B 

Grant, Alex Like Ainslie, C B 

Grant, Edward Stewiacke. X s 

Grant, Wm West Kiver P E I 

Gray. Andrew Wallace, N S 

Gray, James Sussex, N B 

Guun, Adam ... Kennetiook N S 

Gunn, Archibald. B.A... Windsor, N S 

Guun, S. C Upper Stewiacke. N S 

Harvey, Moses (R t..). ..St. Johns, Nfld 

Henry, M. G Shubenuradie. N S 

Hprdmau.J.C.,B.Z>.Cainpbelltown,NB 

Hogs;. Joseph MoncUm, N B 

Jack, L Springfield, N B 

Jack, T. C Maul nd, N S 

Johnson, Samuel Cliipman. N B 

Johnstone, T. G Blaekville, N B 

Jordan. L. H., B D Halifax, N S 

Laing, Robert, M.A Halifax, N S 

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Laird, Robert ....Little Harbour, N S 

Layton, Jacob Elrusdale. N S 

Linds ly, P New Richmond, yne 

Logan, J. A...B A .Acadia .Mines. N S 

Logan, J. B.. 31 A Kentville. N S 

Logan, R Harbour Grace, Nfld 

Lord, C. S , U.D Merigt.inish, N S 

Love, Andrew T... St. Andrew s, N B 
Lyall. Win. (Professor).. Halifax, N S 

McCarter, John Kedbank. N B 

Mr -uirly. E.A New Glasgow, N S 

McCnlloch, W., D.D Truro. N S 

McDonald, John C< \v Bay. C B 

McDougall, A St. Andrew s, N B 

McDougall, D West Bay, C B 

McGillivray, J. D Clifton, N S 

McGregor, D Amherst, N S 

McGregor, P. G., D.D . . . Halifax, N S 

Mclntosh, A St. Ann s, C B 

McKay, H. B River John. N S 

McKay, N Summerside. P E I 

McKay .J.McG. (Mis.) Woodstock, N B 

McKay. K , B.A Richmond, N B 

MeKeen, J. A., B ^...Hamilton. Ber a 

McKenzie. J. A Pugwash, N S 

McK-nzie, Kenneth. . . .Baddtck, C B 
McKenzie, M... Kingston, K t Co., N B 
McKinnon, D.. Little River. Halfx.,N S 
McKnight,A.,i./>.(Pro/.) Halifax, N S 
McLean, James . . .Great Village, N S 
McLean, J A.. B.A., Clyde River, N S 

McLean, A., M.A Hopewell, N S 

McLean, Allan Hampton, P E I 

McLennan.K..A/.^4.CharlottetownPEI 

McLeod, A. B. Maddock, P E I 

McLeod, A. W Durham, N S 

McLeod, J. McL.Charlottetown, P E I 

McLeod, J Stratbaibyn, P E I 

McLeod, H., D.D Sydney, C B 

McMillan, J., B.D Truro, N S 

McMillan, D Svdney Mines, C B 

McMillan, A River Denny. C B 

McMillan, G Princetown P E I 

McNab, E Newport, N S 

Mc\ T ( ill, L. G . .St. Johns. N ewfounl d, 
McPherson, H. H., M.A.. Halifax. N S 

Macrao, D., D D St. J..hn, N B 

McRae, A Middle River, C B 

Mahon, A. W St. Peter s Road 

Mason,W. \.,B.A .New Lond .11 P E I 

Maxwell. W Annapolis, ,\ S 

Millen, W St. Andrew s, N B 

Millar, E. D.. B.A ...Luneuburgh, N S 
Millar, A. P. (7ta.)...Mengomi.-h. N S 

Morrison. P. M Dartmouth, N S 

Mowatt, A. J Krederict iu. N B 

Mullen, J. S Nashwauck, N B 

Munroe, Alex Valleyfield, P E I 

Murray, I , D.D Vale Colliery. N S 

Murray. J. D Buotouche, N B 

Murray, James. . . .Douglastowu, N B 

Murray. T. fl Kempt, N S 

Murray, John Sydney, C B 

Nairn, R Harvey, N B 

Nicholson, T Charlo. N B 

Pat <-rson.G.,0.O.. Mew Glasgow, N S 
Pollok. A.. D.D. (Prof.). Halifax, V S 

Quiu, J. Bathurst Village, N B 

Ruberts, Ed Mnbou. C B 

Robertson, John. . . . Black River. N B 

Rol.ins.on, J. M SpringhUl, N S 

Rogers, Anderson. . . .Yarmouth. N 8 
Rosborough. J.,Musquodcboit IT.. N 8 

Ross. K ( Without, charge) Truro 

Ross, Alex Harbour Grace, Nfld 

K/ws, Koberf Wolfville, N S 

Ross, J., D.D (Prof.) Dartmouth, N S 
Ross. W., .e.^l....Priiice William, N B 

Russell, A Dalhousie, N B 

Scott, E New Glasgow. N S 

Scott, W North Bedeque, P K I 



Sedgwick, T Tatamaifiinche, N S 

Simpson, A Halifax, N 3 

Simpson, I S ,J3.v4.,Lower La Have.NS 

Sinclair, A. McL Springville. N S 

Sinclair, Gavin. . . Loch Lomond, C B 



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109 



Sinclair, James F< liy Village, N S 

Smith, Edwin, tf.XMid.Stewiacke, N S 

Smith, T.G., D.D St. John, N B 

Stewart, A. S Belfast, P E I 

Stilling. Alex Clifton, P El 

Stu irt, W Green Hill, N S 

Sutherland, D Gsbaruf, C B 

Sutherland, J. A. F Tobique, N S 

Sutherland, J. M St. James, N B 

Thompson, A. F Economy, N S 

Thorpe. Edwin Noel, N S 

Waits. E. W., B.A Chatham; N B 

Walker, G. (P. Em.) New Glasgow, N S 

Wallace, J., B.A Warwick, Ber. 

Whittier, VV. S Halifax. N S 

Wilson, M. (Retired) Sydney, C B 

Wyllie, A. L , Halifax, N S 

Fltreign Missionaries. 

Aonand, J. . Aneiteum, New Hebrides 
Grant, K. J. .San Fernando, Trinidad 
McKatizie, J. W. . Fate, New Hebrides 
MacLeod, J. W. Princt Stowu, Trinidad 
Morton. J . Savanna Grand, Trinidad 
Robertson, 11. A. . . Uromanga 

Evangelists : 
Lai Bohari . .San Fernando, Trinidad 

Teachers ; 

Miss Bliick tdder, i rincestw n,Trinidad 
J. Cotsbie. . . .Sau Fernando, Trinidad 
Miss Allies Semplo Tunapuua 

Home Missionaries in Maritime 
Provinces. 



Bennett J., D D. 
Bryjen. C. \V. 
Beari.-t>, .1, K. 
Me ean, \. 
Pattersm,G.,Z>.>. 
K ws, A. 
S, K. 



Thompson, Jan. 
Anderson, .(as. 
Christie, Thoraa^ 
Dawsou. Wm. 
Logan, Richmond 
Quiun, U C. 
It isburough, S. 



SYNOD OP MONTREAL 
AN.) OTTAWA. 

Rev. J. VVatson, M.A., Huntingdon, O"k 

Allard, Jas. (Old. Miss y) Quebec 

Amaron, C. E , M.A... Three Rivore, Q 

Ami, M Ottawa, 

Anderson. O.. MA Lev is, Q 

Andrew. J.iwph \liddleville, 

Armstrong, W. D., M.A ....Ottawa, 

Baillie John K Woodluids. O 

Bayne. G. D., B.A Morrisburg. 

Bayne, G. T Eganville, > 

Btin. \V.. U D. (Retired).. . Kindlon. 
Bullantyne, VV. D , J/..4...L J t>mitr.>ke,0 

Barclay, Jas., M.A Montreal 

Bennett, John S Martintewn, i> 

Bennett, T Carp. 

Blank.. J. S Montreal 

Blik -ly, W. D. M., B.A., For. Flats,0 
Boyd. J. vl,#/) .... Beauharnois, Q 
BouchAui, T. A. (Ord. Muss.). Montreal 

BoU irenu, M. F NJW Glasgow, Q 

Bremner, G Whitelake, 

Bunifiela. G., M.A.,B D. Hrockville, 

Burnet, John S Martintown, O 

Calder, J. A. G Lancaster, O 

Campbell, R., M.A Renfrew, 

Campbel I.R., M.A Montreal 

Campbell.J., M.A. (P/v>/)...Montreal 
Canning, William T ...Oxford Mill-, 

Casey. .1. J., B.D Montreal 

Cattanach, J. C,, J/.4...8herbrooke, Q 

Caven, W Buckingham. Q 

Christie, W. M., M.A. ... Beachburg. 

Clark, G. M New Edinburgh. O 

Clark, W B (Retired) Quebec 

Cook, John, D.D. (Mor. M.)... Quebec 
Cormack, J., M.A.... Smith s Falls, O 
Couboue, Anthony ...St. Hyacinthe, Q 

Coull. Q.,MA Valleyfield, Q 

Coussirat, D. B.D. (JVo/.)...Montreal 



Crombie, John, M.A . Smith s Falls, O 

Cmchet, A. B Montreal 

Cruikshank, W. R. Point St. Charles Q 

Cumming, Thos Montreal 

Dewey, F. M,, M.A Richmond, Q 

Dey, W. J., M.A. (Pres. Coll.) Montreal 

Diudiet, Charles A Montreal 

Duclos, R. P, ( V>. charge).... Montreal 

Edmondson, J. B Almonte, 

Fairlie, J L Orignal. 

Fan-its, F. W Ottawa, 

Fenwick. T. (Ord. Miss.) Metis, Q 

Ferguson. J Vanleekhill, 

Fm-guson W Kirkhill, O 

Findlay, D Cantley, Q 

Fleck, James, B.A Montreal 

Forlong, W Lachute.Q 

Fraser, J., B.A Gushing, Q 

Fraser, John St. Klmo, O 

Fraser. Thomas (Retired) Montreal 

Galloway. Wm Hallville, 

Gaudier, Joseph Ft. Coulonge, Q 

Glassford, T. S., B.A Richmond, 

Hally, J... St.Theresede Blainville, Q 

llanran. J (Retired) Inverness. Q 

Heine. Oolhorne. M.A Mon real 

Herridge, W. T., B.D Ottawa 

Houston, S , MA Athelstane, Q 

Hughes, R Cumberland. 

InterenoscSa.A. (Ord. Miss.). Montreal 

Jamif son, G. Aylmer, Q 

Jar dine, R, Sc.D Brockville, 

Jenkins. John, D.D. (Ret,.). .Montreal 

Johnston, W. A Rockbum, Q 

.lones, J. ( Without charge) ...Montreal 

Ktllock, David Spencerville. 

Kemp. A. F.. LL. D.. ( W. chy ) Ottawa.O 

Knowles, R Hlakeney, 

Lamont. H,M.A.,D.D...Q&lh. Mills, 

Lang, W. A., M.A Lunenburg, 

McAlister, J. M Ashton, 

McArthur, G S. Finch. 

McUaiu. J. A.F N. Georgetown, Q 

Mi Caul, James, M.A Montreal 

VIcClelland, A. M.. B.A Russell. O 

McCulloch, W. R...Kiunear s Mills, Q 

MeDiarmid. H. J Keniptville, 

McDonald, D Carleton Place, U 

.McDonald, J Scotstown, Q 

MeEachern, D Dundee Centre, Q 

McFarlane, A. F...Farnham Centr,Q 

MGiilivray, A Williams! own, 

MHlillivray, M Perth, 

Mcflroy. J Dixon s Corners. O 

McKay, A. B Montreal 

McKay, G Metcalle, O 

Mackie, J Lachute. Q 

McKenzie, J Whitton, Q 

UcKenzie.R .M.A., McDonald s Cor., 
M.-K chnie, D L . B.A, Mattawan, 

M^Kcracher. C. M Howick; Q 

McKibbin, W. M.. B.A Cardinal. 

McKibbin, R. V., B.A.... N. Gower, 

McKillop, C.. B A Admastou, G 

McLaren, A. ( W. charge)... Almonte, 

McLo.m, D J, B.A Arnpricr,0 

McLennan, F Dunvegan. 

McLeod, J. R Kingsbury, 

McLeod, M Gould, Q 

McNish. N., B.D..LL.D... Cornwall, O 
MacVicar, D. D., LL.D.(Pf) Montreal 

Mann, \.,D.D Pakenbam, 

Mat he-ion, J Martintown, O 

Matheson, W Stornoway. Q 

Mathews, G. D , D.D Quebec 

Moore, W., D D Ottawa, 

Morrison, D. W., B A.... Ormitown, Q 
Morrison, J. (Ret.) Waddington, N. Y. 

Muir. J. 15., M.A Huntingdon, Q 

Munro, John, B.A Manotick, 

Mylne, S Smith s Falls 

Nelson, T. A Dunbar, 

Nichols, John Montreal 

Niren. II. (Ret.) Herdman s Corners,Q 
Oxley, M. S., B.A.... K. Templaton, Q 

Paterson, D., M.A St. Andrews, 

Patterson, James (City Mis.) Montreal 

[109J 



Porteous, George Toledo, 

Pullar, James Heckston, 

Richards, J. J Lyn, O 

Robertson, J Madrid, N Y 

Robertson, Win Danville, O 

Ross, D. Y., M.A Westport, Q 

Ross, Donald ( Without charge). 

Ross, J., B.D I crth,0 

Ross, Wm Marsboro , Q 

Rowat, A West Winchester, 

Scott, A. A.. JW^4...Carleton Place, 

Scott, M. H.. B.A Bristol, Q 

Scrimger, J., JU.A. (Prof.).... Mont real 

Shearer, W Aylwin, Q 

Sincl-air, J. (Retired) Huntley, O 

Smith. Q. A Glensandfield 

Stewart, J Arundel, Q 

Stewart, J. B Lochwinnoch, 

Stuart, J. G., B.A Bulderson, 

Stuart, J Prescott, 

Sym, F. P Melbourne, Q 

Tait, J Fitzroy Haibour, 

Taylor, U Pakenham, O 

Turnbull, J.... 8t L. de Gonzapue. Q 
Turnbull. M. (Missionary) Alice, O 

Warden, R. H Montreal 

Watson, J.. M.A Huntingdon, Q 

Weir. G., M.A.. LL.D. (PruJ.) Quebec 

Chilians. R., B.A Merivale, 

Wilson, J., M.A Lanark, 

SYNOD OF TORONTO & KINGSTON. 
Rev. John Gray, M.A., Oriilia. Clerk. 

Abraham, J Whitby 

Acheson, S Wick 

Acheson, Stuart, M.A Cloverhill 

Alexander, Joseph. M.A Norval 

Amos, W Aurora 

Anderson, W.. MA Rosemont 

Andrews. Francis Keene 

Armstrong, W. C HilUburgh. 

Atkinson, T Enniskillen 

Aull. J. M Pfilun-rston 

Biiikie. J Harriston 

Bain, J., D.D. (Rttired) Markham 

Barclay, J., D.D. (W. charge). Toronto 

Beattie, D CampMltbrd 

Beattie, R. J Port Hope 

Bell, A Peterboro 

Bell, G.. LL.D. (W. charge). Kingston 

Bennett. W Peterboro 

Brown, J. (Retired) Newmarket 

Bryaut, J ..Bradford 

Burnett. J. H. S Alliston 

Burns. W. ( Without charge). ..Toi onto 

Ciiiu-lon, D Maple 

Cameron, J.. B.D Mill brook 

Cameron, J. J., M.A Pickering 

Cameron, J. M Toronto 

Cameron, M. C., B D Milton 

Cameron, J. W., B.A Liuton 

Cameron. P. B Acton 

Campbell. Isaac Richmond Hill 

Campbell, J., B A Harri>ton 

Carmichael, J. A Columbus 

Carmichael, J., M.A Norwood 

Carmichael, J Strange 

Carswell. James Bond Head 

Caven, W., D.D.(Pi-of.) Toronto 

Chambers, T. S Kingston 

Chisholtn, J., B A Mclntyre 

Clark, N Lakefield 

Cleland, James Port Hope 

Cockburn, K., M.A Uxbridge 

Cochrane, J. J., M.A Thornton 

Colter. A. F., M.A Clarksburg 

Cook. C. H.. B A Baltimore 

Coulthard, W Picton 

Coutts, D. (Retired) Brampton 

Craig, R. J.. M.A Deseronto 

Cnii h . R. M Dunbarton 

Craigie. J. R., M.A Bobca<?eon 

Craw. G Hillsdale 

Crozier, H Port Perry 

Cumberland. J., M.A Stella 

Currie, Archibald Sonya 



110 



CLERGY, 



[1884. 



Currie. II Keady 

Davidson, J. Alma 

Da.vsou, A., B.A Gravenhurst | 

Ddwar, Robert (P. Km.) Annan 

Dick. Jiuies (Retired) Richmond Hill | 

Dicks m, J. A R., B.D Gait 

Dobson, A. B Bailinafad 

Drummoud, A. A Newcastle 

Dull. J (Ketired) Klorrt 

Duubar, J ( Wdhout charge)^ an burton 

.Daueaa, Peter Colborne 

EiKin. Joseph Dundald 

Eastman, S II . B A Oshawa 

Edmisoii. H.. MA. Ruthsay 

Klli itt, Joseph (Retired) Toronto 

Ewing. J Mount Pleasant 

Fairbiirn, R., B A... Jarratt s Corners 
Ferguson, G. O , B.A. (l*rnf) Kingston 

Find! ay, A Braoebridge 

Fisner, S. W Elora 

Fl":uiug P Warsaw 

Forest, W. (Retired) Durham 

Fowlie R Erin 

Frasdr, A Orono 

Frasyr, D., M.A Mount Forest 

Friser, J. B. Ml) Queeiisville 

Fraser, It. D., M.A Claude 

Fnis^r, W., D.D. ^Retired) Barrie 

Frazer. J Sutton 

Fruzriil, W Riverside 

Gdllaher, J. B A Pitts Ferry 

GMd^s. ,l.(O d. Mss) Minesing 

Gilrhrist. J. \l,BA Cheltenham 

G lray. \... Toronto 

Good .vil lie, John Newmarket 

G acny. II Gananoque 

Grant, G. M , D.D. ( /-Vo/.)...Kiniis.on 

Grant,, R N . ... O.illia 

Grtv, .lames U Stirling 

Gray, John,, M.A (P Em) ....Orillin 

Gray, R Kglintou 

G-, g. W. D.D.(Pr->f.) Toronto 

Htigb, G Hespeler I 

Himiitou, A. M. M A ..Wiuterbourne 
H .milton, W., D D. ( W. dig ) Toronto 

HistiH, J ... Lindsay 

H iry. J. K Creem ire 

Huds m. \0i-d Miss.). Parry Sound 

Hunter, W A.. MA Paikdale 

H it.-heion.S. ( W. C) Shanty Bay 

luglis, W. ( W-t inui. charge)... L orouto 

J mi s, 0. ( Ofd. Mias.) Midland 

Jiimiesou, J (Misg.).,,. 1 amsui. China 

Jamirtson. W. H Perrytown 

J imieson, R., New Westminster, B O. 

KH| o D Roslin 

Kennedy, A. ( Withnut c ye.) Newcastle 

Kirkpar.rick. J Toronto 

Lawrence., G. ( W.tkoutch.argi ) Toronto 

L-i-buiiii. J Newburah 

Leslie. \.,MA CU ke 

Little, I imes Bowmanville 

Lo-.hrtiid. W Fttnelon Palis 

L i*r), T. ( Withuul charge). ...Toronto 

M-AnUy. Kvan Crieff 

M ,-. )ounell, W Cvaigvale 

McOrae. D. L Colvmnr 

M d aia V Kingston 

M-Culltgli. Wm (Retired Toronto 

M-l)iar nid, Arch Dornoch 

McOontld. D G.euarm 

McDonald, D. B Mount Albert 

MeD maid. J. A Homing s Mills 

McDonald. A., R.A Duntroon j 

Maud mnell. D. J., B.D Toronto | 

M B wan, J Toronto 

M:Paul. Alexander Caledon 

Mcfntosh, D Unionville 

M Kay, A.. /> D Morrist.n 



M Kay, R. P., M A ^." . - 

McKay, W B.. R.A Orangeville 

McKee. W (Retired) Cookstown 

McUehlin. A. G. B A Zephyr 

McLaren, W.. DD (rt-o/).... Toronto 
McLaren, K. D., B. D Brampton 



McLaren, J. F , B.D Rocklyn 

McLean, M. W., M.A Belleville 

McLennan, A Owen Sound 

M< l/enuan, D, D .-ion s Head 

McLennan, D H., M.A ... Tottenham 

McLeod, D Priceville 

McLeod, P. McF Toronto 

McMillan. J Mount Forest 

Meikle, W Oakville 

Bleldrum.W. ( Without cVf/e)Morriton 

Middlemiss. James Elora 

Mil lard, E. M. B., M.A Wiarton 

Millicau, W Garafraxa 

Milliiran, G. M., M.A Toronto 

Mitchell, D Belleville 

Monteath, R. (Ret. Clh. Pby.) Toronto 

Moodie, K Stayner 

Morrison, J. Cedarville 

Morrison. D , MA Owen Sound 

Mowat, J. B., M.A. (Prof.). ..Kingston 

Mullan, J. B Fergus 

Mutch, J., MA Toronto 

Mullin, E Kilsyth 

Neill, John, B A Nassaga*eya 

Xeill, Robert., D.D. (Ret.)... Burnbrae 

Nichol, Alex Conn 

\icol, P Albion 

Niven, D. P., B.A Droinore 

Norris. Henry Glen Allan 

Park, William Durham 

Parsons. H M Toronto 

Patterson. G. C.. M.A Beavertcn 

Patersou. Jas. T Meatord 

Paul, James T Bulsovei , 

p..ttisirew, K,., M.A Weston 

t orter. Samuel (Retired) Btrrie 

Pi iugle, James Brauipton 

lieid. W.. D D. (Agt. Gfi.) Toronto 

H d^ers. II ColliuKvvood 

R isje.r, W M..M.A Asli mrn 

Ross, A . M.A Woodrille 

Ross, D.. B.T) Prof-) Kingston 

Ross, J. S , B.A. ... . Harwond 

Russell, A. Hawksville 

Scott, J. R. (Haired) Camhrny 

Si ott. A H., M.A Owen Sound 

Scrimgnoiir, Kot.err ( Withnut chary?). 

Shore, Godfrey Lansdown 

Simpson, G. ( Without, charge.) Toronto 

Sin Uir, Henry Uptergrove. 

S.neUie. Georae Fergus 

Smith, Fred. W Markhaui 

Smith, J. W Grafton 

Smith, J Toronto 

Smith. J. K., MA Gait 

Smith, J. C, M.A., B.L> Guelph 

Smith, W. S Centreville 

Somerville. J., M.A Owen Sound 

Spenser, A. ... Bowman ville 

Stevenson. Arch Blantyre 

Stevenson R. (Ord. Mis.)... Wyebridire 

Stewart. A C Belmore 

S ewart. W (Retired) Hornby 

Str.-tchan. Donald Ruck v.iod 

Straith, John Sh-lbnniB 

Straith, P., M.A Hol.^tein 

Stuart, James ( l\>. charge,).... Toronto 

Sutherland, D., M.A Warkworth 

Tut, A Mono Mills 

Tait. D., R.A Berlin 

Tanner, C. A Bandale 

Thompson. D. A... Hastings 

Torranee. B. F.. M.A Peterboro 

Torrance, K. (Retired) Guelph 

Wallace, R Toronto 

Wallace, W. G., M.A Georgetown 

Wardrope. Thomas, D.D Guelph 

Wilkie, John (Miss., India).... Indore 

Wilkins, W. T., B A Trenton 

Williamson, 3.,LL.D.(Prof) Kingston 

Wilson, Andrew Toronto 

Wilson, Andrew Markdale 

Windell, W. C. (Retired) Lotus 

Wishart. David Madoc 

Young, A Napanee 

Young, W. C. (Retired) Toronto 

Young, Stephen Ci ifford 



SYNOD OF HAMILTON AND 
LONDON. 

Rev. W. Cochrane, D.D , Brantford, 

Clerk. 
Abraham, R. H .......... Burlington 

Alexander, T., M.A ............. Mohawk 

Anderson, Jas. A., B.A. .Whitchurch 
Anderson, J ....................... Tiverton 

Ball, W. S ........................ Vaniieck 

Ballantine, J ........................... Paris 

Ballantyne, F., M A ...... Wilton Grove 

Barr, Matthew . .(Retired). . Seaforth 
Barr, W. (Retired) ............ Brantford 

Battisby, J. R ................... Chatham 

Beamer, A ...................... Wardsville 

Beattie, D.M ........ Goble s Corners 

Beattie, F. R., B.D ............ Brantford 

Becket. J ...................... Thamesville 

Bel!. John W., M.A ............. Listowel 

Bickell, D ....................... Moles worth 

Black, James ........................ Seneca 

Blain, W ............................... Tarn 

Boyd, James ..................... Crossbill 

Brown, G ........................... Wroxeter 

Burson, Geo ............... St. Catharines 

Burr, A. (Retired) ............... Komoka 

Cairns, John ........................ Buxton 

Cameron, C ......................... Armow 

Cameron. Duncan ............. Lucknow 

Cameron, H ......................... Glencoe 

Cameron, Hugh ................... Kippen 

Cameron, Inchlin ............ ThauiHsford 

Carrire, Sein l A... ........... Brewster 

Carruthi-rs. S... .................. Kirkwall 

Chambers, R. (Miss.) ......... Erzeroum 

Chiniquy, Charles ........ St. Anne. Ill 

Chrystal. G.( Wdhmit cftaryc)HMniilton 
Cleland. W. (Withnut charge). Toronto 
Coohraue. W.,D.D ............ Brantford 

CrolJ, R. M .................. Simcoe 

Currie, Andrew ..................... Uuart 

Currie. D. . . ............ Wallaceburg 

Currie, Hector ................... Thedford 

Currie. Peter ..................... Teeswater 

Outhbertson. George ......... Wyoming 

Danby, M .............................. Varna 

Davidson, D ...................... Langside 

Doak, W. ( Withnut Charge) ... S.irnia 
I)uff, D .............................. Malcolm 

Cancan, J. B ........................ Purest 

Eadie. J ........................... Pinkerton 

Edmunds, F J ............ Port Col borne 



Ferguson, J, ( Wttliimt charge) London 
Ferguson, J., M.A., B.D ....... Chesley 

Fletcher, C. ( Retired) ......... Goderich 

Fletcher, C.. M.A .................. Exeter 

Fletcher. D. II ................... Hamilton 

Fraser. M ...................... St. Thomas 

Gallagher. Wm ........... Riversdale 

Gauld, J. ( Without chary).. H.-imilton 
Goldie, P. C ...................... Watford 

Goldsmith, T .................... Hamilton 

Gordon, Daniel ............... Harrington 

Gordon. James, M.A ...... Niagara Kails 

Gourlay. James. M.A ......... Port Elgin 

Graham. W. (Kei red)....Egmoadv{ll 

Grant. A.. B.A ................ Clanbrossil 

Grant. Alexander (Retired)... Kintail 
Gray. John ...................... Windsor 

Hamilton, J. B., M.A ...... Kincardine 

Hamilton. Robert ............ Motherwell 

Hancock, W (Retired) ....... Font Hill 

Hartley, A. Y ..................... Bluevale 

Henderson, A ................ Hyde Park 

Henderson, Andrew, M.A ...... Atwood 

Henderson, Jno. G ......... Bruce Mines 

Herald,J.(ffeiired)P Arthur s Landing 
Hume, Robert, M.A ......... St. George 

tnglis, Walter ........................... Ayr 

James. John, D.D ............ Hamilton 

Johnston, John ............... Ivan 

Johnson, J R ............ Alvinston 

Johnston, T. T .................. Ancaster 

Jones. S .............................. Brussels 

Kay, J .................... Milverton 



1884.] 



CLERGY. 



Ill 



King, William (Retirtd) .......... Patillo 

Kippen, A. H ....... Dorchester Station i 

Latontaine, C ............. St. Anne s. Ill ! 

Laidlaw. R. J ............. Hamilton i 

Laing, John, D.D .................. Dundas 

Leash. R ........................ St. Heleu s | 

Lees, John ......................... Parkhill I 

Leitch. R. W ............... Point Edward j 

Little, J ........................... Princeton 

Livingstone, M. W. (Retired)... Simcoe 
Lot-head, J. S., M.A ..... Londesboro 

Logie. John ........................ Valetta 

McAdams, Thomas ............ Strathroy 

McAlmon, J. A ..................... Lidcote 

McAlpiue, J ..................... St. Mary s 

McClung, J ................... Shakespeare 

McColl, Angus .................. Chatham 

McDonnell, J. A ................ Delaware 

McCoy. Jos ................... Egmondville 

McCutcheon. Jas ................ Corunua 

McDearmid. N ................ Elmira, 111. 

McDonald. A. D .................. Seaforth 

McDonald, C. D .................. Thorold 

McDonald. J. A ................... Brigden 

McDonald. K ...................... I elmont 

McEwan, James ............ Welland 

McFarl.ine, J ................... Pine River 

McGillivray, D., B.A. .. ...... London 

McGregor, M, B.A ............ Tilsonburg 

Mclntyiv, D. C ................ Beajnsville 

McKay. W. A . B A ...... Woodstock 

McKay, G. L., D.D ...... Tamsni, China 

McKay. R. D. (Retired)... ShaKspeare 
McKnnzie. Alex ............. Lucknow 

MoKen/.ie, Alex F ............ Glainmis 

Mclv^ii/.ie, \) (Emeritus) ...... Ingerpoll 

McKinley, W ..................... Inuerkip 

McKiuuon, Neil ............... Kilmartiu 

M- Lean, Archibald ................ Blyth 

McLeopao, G .................. Underwood 

McLeod, D.D ....................... Paris 

McLintock. J ................. Mandatuin 

McMillni, D ...... (Retired). . Kouioka 

Me Mullen. W. T ............... Woodstock 

McVabb. John ................... Lncknow 

MrXauuhtou, A ................... Walton 

Mi i herson, LacMan ............ William* 

Me i herson,Thos. (Retired). ..Str&ttord 
McQuarrie, H ................... Wingham 

McQueeti, A. F ................... Dingwall 

McHae. D B ................... Craubrook 

Mcilohbie, G. G ............. Ridgetown 

McRobie, John ..................... Petrolia 

Mann, D ............................. Rodney 

Mtrtin, W. M ....................... Exeter 

Miiloy. John ........................ Crinan 



M .ffat, R C., D.D ........... Walkei-tnu 

Mordy, Jno., M.A ............ Walkerton 

Morrison, J. (M( ss j/).Sault Ste. Marie 
Muir. Thomas ................... Fordwk h 

Miiiiro, G., M.A .............. Embro 

Miinro J. M ........................ Kintoie 

Murray, A. J ........................ London 

Murray, John G .................. Grimsby 

Murray, Jno. L., M.A. . . .Kincardine 

Musgrave, P ...................... Seaforth 

Panton, E. W ..................... Stratford 

Paradis. J. H ............... Port Stanley 

Paradis, J. M. (0. Miss.). St. Anne, 111. 
Paterson, N ................ Bay field 

Penman, J. W .................. Thorndale 

Porteo.iR, 3. (Retired) ............... Gait 

Pritchard, J ...................... ..Auburn 

Proudfoot, John J. A., D.D ... London 
Ratcliffe, J. H ............. St. Catharines 

Rees, W. D ..................... Blackheath 

Rennie, J ...................... Ailsa Craig 

Renwick. R. (Retired) ......... Listowel 

Robertson, J. L., M.A ......... Strabane 

.Robertson, W ................ Waterdown 

Robertson, Wm., M.A ...... Chesterfield 

Ross. J., H A ...................... Brussels 

Ross, John ...................... Brucefield 

Ross, P. R ........................ Ingersoll 

Scott, 3. B ..................... Leamington 

Scott, Jno., D.D ............... Queen Hill 



Scott, P Cromarty . 

Scott, R Brooksdale 

Similar, T Hamilton 

Smith, J.(.Mtss.)...Ahmednagar, India 

Stewart, Alex., B.A Clinton j 

Stewart, Archibald Shakspeare 

Stewart, D Wallacetown 

Sutherland, A Dingwall 

Sutherland, G Fingal j 

Sutherland. W. R. (A etfrai)StrathbHrn \ 

Tallach, Thos.. M.A Dresden 

Thomson, J., M.A Ayr 

Thompson, John Sarnia 

Thomson, R. Y., M.A ..Rogerville 

Thompson. R . Zi.Z>.Diummondville 

Thomson. T. G Brucefield 

Thynne, R Port Dover 

Tolmie, Andrew Saugeeu 

Tully. A. F Mitchell 

Turnbnll, J. A., B.A Goderich 

Ure, Robert, D.D Goderkh 

Urquhart, A Cowal 

Waddell, Alexander W Blenheim 

Walker, W. P Elfrida 

Walker, William Chatham 

Wardrope, D Teeswater 

Wells. John Ailsa Craig 

Wilson, T Seneca 

Wilson, W. A., M.A St. Mary s 

Wright, J.K, ,. London Kaft 

Wright, P Stratford 

Yeomans. G. A Dunnville 

PRESBYTKRY OF MANITOBA 
Rev. T. H trt. M.A., B.D., Clerk. 

Baird. A. B., B.D Kdmor.ton 

Bell, Allan Portage La Prairie 

Borthwick.H. J.. B.A. Mountain City 
Bryce,G.,3/.x4.. LL.B .(Pro) Winnipeg 

Cameron, A. H Turtle Mountain 

Cameron, D. G ?uls,>n 

Cameron, J. H Oak Kiver 

Campbell, A.. B.A Rcekwood 

Davidson, J Mi I ford 

Douglas, J Morris 

Douglas. Jas. M Brandon 

Duncan, Jno Mountain City 

Farquharson, J.. B.A.... Pilot Mound 
Ferris 3 .B.A. (Wttft l charge) Brandon 

Fleet. Georue Okanase 

Fotheringhain. J.Grenfell, Assiniboia 

Frazer, A Beulah 

Gordon, D M., B.D Winnipeg 

Hart. T., M.A., B D. (Prof.) Winnipeg 

Hodnett, W Birtle 

Hogg, J. ( n-ithout cftar^)...Bin8Carth 
King, J. M., D.D. (Prin.)... Winnipeg 

L:iwn j nce, Jas Hockwood 

Livingston, P. S... Broadview. N.W.T. 

McConnell, D., B.A Carberry 

McFarlane. A Balmoral 

McGuire, T Emerson 

McKay, Alex Cadurcis 

McKay, J Prince Albert 

McKay, John Strathclair 

McKellar, H High Bluff 

McRae, D Neepawa 

McWilliam, W, LLB... Prince Albert 

Matheson, Alex Little Britain 

Mowat, Jno Delor*ine 

Mullins, W Wast I.ynne 

Pitblado. C. B Winnipeg 

Poison. S Millbrook 

I rinL le, J., B.A Kildonan 

Robertson, A Galgarry 

Robertson. Jas. (Supt.Mitl.). Winnipeg 

Ross, W. R., MA Carman 

Scott, J Emerson 

Sinclair, R. G Prince Albert 

Smith, A Caducis 

Stalker, D Gladstone 

Tibb, J. C., B.D Rat Portage 

Townsend, J. A Archibald 

Tunkansuiciye, Sol Beulah 

Wellwood, J., B.A Minnedosa 

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Ministers Without Charge. 

Collins, J. W. Russell, W. D. 

McRiie, T. Stewart, J. 

Whimster, D. B. 

Foreign Missionaries. 

Campbell, J F Mhow, India 

Wilkie, John Indore. India 

McKay, G. L.,D.D., .Tamsui, Formosa 

Jamieson. Jno Tamsui, Formosa 

Builder, Joseph, M.A... Indore, India 
Junor, K. F. (Ore furlough). 
Ibmale Missionaries. 

Miss Rodgtrs India 

Miss McGregor India 

Miss Ross ; India 

Miss Oliver, (accepted and preparing 

for work in India). 
Ministers and Probationers on List 



Anderson, J. 
Crom bie, Geo. 
Dionne, [T. 
Hunt, W. H. 
Hyde. Richd d. 
Kean, J. R. 
McAlpine, John. 
McKee, W., B.A. 



McMechan. John. 
McNaughton, D. 



Peat tie, Wm. 
Robertson, W. 
Rogers, E. B. 
Smith, G. A. 
Warrender, S. R. 



Presbytery of Stamford. 

IN CONNECTION WITH THE UNITED PSE8- 
BYTERIAN CHCRCH Or NORTH iMEKlCA. 

Rev. D. A. Duff, Moderator. 
Rev Robert Acheson. Clerk. 

Afheson, R Stamford 

Duff, D. A G:i!t 

Gillespie, John Miltoii 

Herron, J. C Teller 

Vacant 



Methodist Clxurcli of Canada. 

TORONTO CUNFERfcTNCK. 

dev. GPO. C. chran, D.D.. President. 
RH.V Jno. S. Clarke, Secretary. 
Rev. Wm. H. Emsley, 1 Assist. 

Rev. R. Burns, MA , j Secy s. 

Rev K. Barras>, M.A., Journal Sec ]/. 

Adam, A Jj College 

AddUou. Peter Newcastle 

Anderson. Jas. (Fin. &e.)....Milbrcok 

Auni-. J. W., B A Alliston 

Armstrong, Andrew Avening 

Armstrong, John B. (Snp d) Orillia 

Assagawa Koke Tokio 

Ash, John C Shannonville 

Arkels. Stephen A Coldwater 

Bacon, William Demorestville 

Hiker, Isaac Sutton 

Bilfour. Oavid College 

Barker. Wm. R (Pin. See.) Darlington 

Burkwe I. J. II., B.A Seaton 

Barkwell. W. J. BA Canuington 

Barrass, Edward, M.A Kleinburg 

Birtley. Thos. K... . Pickeriu Circuit 
Baskerville, J. (Sup d) Mauitowanitig 

Bell J.C Fenella 

Betts, J. E .. Yorige Street ,-oith 

Beynon. Ueo. (Sup d) Brampton 

Bishop. George J Uxbridge 

Blanchard, Sheui Albion 

Blackstock, Wm. S Toronto 

Boddy, James College. Toronto 

B:v(lin, John (Chairman)... Brighton 
Briggs, W. (Bonk Steward).... Toronto 
Bowell, J. P.... Nicola Valley & Kami. 
Brooking, Robert, (Sup d) . . .Colxmrg 

Browne. George Cooksville 

Brown, George M Orangeville 

Brown, George West Essa 

Brown, W. P Manitowaning 

Brown, Alfred Bloomfield 

Brown. H P...Nipissing & Stoney Lake 

Browning. Arthur Campbellford 

Burns, Wm. (Chair.) Canning ton 



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Bnrns, Robert fl..B.A Toronto 

Burwash, N., S. T.D Cobourg 

Burwash, N S Homing s Mills 

Buchanan, Wm Percy 

Bryant. Cornelius Nanaiino 

Campbell, A. R Castleton 

Campbell, Peter Western 

Campbe.ll, Tuos. (Fin. Sec.) Bondhead 

Campbell, T. W, B.D Markdale 

Carr, George (S tp d) Colborne 

Carroll, John, D.D. (Sup d) . .Toionto 

Casson, Wesley Feuelon Kalis 

Cattanach, David Port Carliug 

Chapman, J. A., M.A Wellington 

Clarke, J. S. (0/iair., Sec. Ow.).Picton 
Clarke, R. (Fin. See.).... Parry Sound 

Clarke. Andrew (Sup d) Hauovei 

Clarksou,J. ~B.,iI.A,(F. Sec.} Belleville 

Clement. E Pa.kdale 

Cleworth, Thomas Cartwright 

Cochran,G (Ghair.,Pres.Con.) Toronto 

Cocking Chas. T Markham 

Carson. John II Arkwrinht 

Cook, William U Hillsdaie 

Conron, Matthew B Allendale 

Craig, Rot.t-rt Bu Plain 

Cragg. Edward Ueanerville 

Crawford. J. (Sup y) McKeliar 

Creighton. Kennedy Kama 

Crosby, Thomas (Chair.) Port Simpson 

Colbert, Thomas (Sup d) Saugeen 

Culleu, Thomas Toronto 

Cald well, John W., B.A.... Klein burg 

Carpenter. Geo Bobcaygeon 

Caldwell. Usury Hanover 

Col well, Septimus C UeaconSfield 

Danard. W. B (Sufi d) . .Owen Sound 
Demill, Altord B. (Sup y). . . . .Oshawa 

Drtpt-w. Sydney F Beavertou 

Dewart, E H.,D.D.(EMor). .Toronto 

DaGeer. James (Sup y) Brooklin 

Deeprose, Chas Hall s Bridge 

Dingman, G. J. (Sup d) Picton 

Doe,i, John (Sup y) Yorkville 

Dunlop. T (fi/t. S?c.) Gravenhurst 

Douse. John (Sup d) Let roy 

Down, Samuel Riurby 

Dowler, John A Mono Mills 

Doxee, Archelaus i (akwood 

Duke. R Victoria Road 

Dowlor, W. J., B A ^angley 

Edge, Joseph Paislev 

Edmison. T J , B.D Milford 

Edmunds, S. 0., B.D Price vil le 

Edwards. George ..Mount, Albert 

Eby, Charles S , M.A T,.kio 

Emsley. W. H. (fin. Sec.) Lindsay 

English. John (Sup d) Cobourg 

Eves, Edward .... Haliburton 

Elliott, William College 

Fallis, R. J Omemee 

Fawcett, Hichanl Scarboro 

Ferguson, T. A. (Sup d.) Toiooto 

Ferguson. J. J College 

Ferrier. Thompson Darlington 

Fish, Charles Trenton 

Fox, Thomas Hnntsville 

Franks. David Bondhead 

Fusee, Hiram McKen/.ie 

Galloway. Jos. (Fin. .See.). ..Port Elgin 

Garbutt. II. C Mou mouth 

Gee. D. E. F Norwood 

German, J. F., M.A. (Chair.) Brampton 

Gibson, J K .Little Current 

Glazier, Adam Cape Croker 

Glover, T. W (Without Sla.)... Toronto 

Godfrey. Robert Brookholm 

Goff. Edward F Pickering 

Gold. Isaac. (Sup d.) Uxbridge 

Grandy, Thomas Eugenia Falls 

Greene, A. T. (Sup d) Port Hope 

Green, A E Naas 

Greene, Josias .Chesley 

Greener, James (Sup d) Lindsay 

Greatrix, Benjamin Atherly 

Haddon. Thomas Bruce Mines 

Hall, T. W .....Yale and Lytton 



Hnll, Wm MrKellar 

II ill. Henry (Sup y) Arkwright 

Hall, Joseph., Suinas and Chilliwhack 

Hammond, R. M Baltimore 

Holgate, Joseph Athwrly 

Hemlaw, R. B., Nicola Valley & Katn. 
Hare, J. J., M.A. (/Vz.O.i.O)Whit.by 
Harper, K. B., D D. (Chair.) ... Barrie 
Harper, C.. B.A. ( Without Sta ) Barrie 

II art, John Williamsford Statio i 

Hiraiwa, Yoshiyasn Kofu 

Hashimoto, Boknshi Numadzu 

II\vitt, G. W.. B.A Angus 

Hicks, Wm. (Sup d) Thornhill 

Hicks, Wm. T Alton 

Hill, Edward Stayner 

Hill, Newton Thorubury 

Hill, H. N.(Sttp y) Huntsville 

Hill, L W, B.A Vrooinauton 

II >da;son. John, (Fin. <$ec.)...Coboconk 

Holmes. J. II. (Sjp y) Hanover 

Howard, I .B. (Sup d.) Toronto 

Howell. J. E., M.A. (F.S.) Owen Sound 
Howson.W.G. Prince Albert & Scugog 

Hughes, James (S ifi it) Col bo rue 

Huut. John (Fin. Sec.)... Strestsville 

Hiuiter. S J Toronto 

Hunter. W. J , D.D (Sup d). Toronto 

Jacques. George (S /p d) Cobourg 

J-ffrtrs. W. D.D. (Oh.) Belleville 

JelTery, T W Toronto 

Jennings, David (Sup d).... Davenport 

Jennings, D Port Kssington 

Jewell. John A , B. A Consi-con 

Johnston. Win Lakefield 

Johnston. H.. M.A..B.D., Toronto 

Johnson. J. II.. M.A., (Sup d) Toronto 

J hnston, Francis Fraset ville 

Johaston. Robert Allenford 

Jones. R. (Sup d) (Tr. E. Fd.). Cobour.< 

Keam, Frank C Sharon 

Kenny. G. H. (Sup d). . . Bruce Mines 

Keough, T S Toronto 

Kilgour, Joseph Smith fie Id 

Kobayashi, Mitsuyasu Tokio 

Laird. J. G. (Chairman)... Collingwood 

Laird, W. H Toonto 

L >ke. Charles V Durham 

Lainbly. 0. R., M.A., Port Arthur L g 

Langford, Charles Pickering 

Le maid. T Maanetawan 

L- aroyd, John Port Hope 

Learoyd, Wm. H College 

Loech, George Belleville 

L^ech. W. W Mildmay 

Leitch, Rob t. H Stirling 

Legate, Thomas Ilepworth 

Leith, H Tiverton 

Lewis, Kd. Dawart Hastings 

Lewis, J. G Penella 

Leirgott T. W Bradford 

Liddy, James Lavender 

Locke. J. II Toronto 

Locke, John College 

Lloyd, Walter W Warsaw 

Madden, D B (Sup d). .Prince Albert 

Madden, W. H Minden 

Mahin, John , . Bradford 

Mauley, John G. (Sup y). . Deer Park 

M inning, H. M Streetsville 

Manning, T., B A ...Peterboro 

Manning, Chas. E Innisfil 

Marshall, Wm -Sandfield 

Marvin. George W Plainville 

Hears, John Coofe sto wn 

Matheson, James Toronto 

Matthews, H S (Chair.). Bracebridsa 

Meacham, Geo. M., M.A Tokio 

Hearing, C. E Blairton 

Motcalf, James F Shelburne 

Miy agawa, Miuori Kofu 

Morgan, John Montreal College 

Morrison. W. R Plyrnpton 

Monnteer, Hedley V Bethany 

McAmmond, P., B.A Madoc 

Me Arthur. Wm. W Gore Bay 

McCauley, Samuel Canifton 

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MoCallum. J.W Davenport 

MoCamus, John A Northport 

McClui g. James A. .... . Sunderland 

McCullotigh, Robert Rosemont 

McDiaruiid.N.A .(tfiairj.S. Ste. Marie 
McDonald, D., M.D. (Chair.).... Tokio 

McCain us, D. N Bethany 

McDougall. J (Ckm n) Morley 

M. D iwell, D. C.(Uim ri). . .Flesherton 

McDowell, Henry Cookstown 

Mc-FaJden, Win. (Sup d).. .Brampton 
McFarlane, J. (F. &c). Cherry Valley 

Meintyre. Charles E Toronto 

McKee. T. S. (Fin. Sec.) . Garden River 

McMulleu, James Canton 

McTavish, Hector W Tbornbury 

McAllister, James College 

Nelles.S.S., LL D. (Pres. Coll.) Cobourg 

Norris, J. (Sup d) Omemee 

Ockley, John F Port Perry 

Ockley. R. L Bancroft 

Pattyson, W. M Woodville 

Pattyson, W. A. V Newcastle 

Paull, Ernest Utterson 

Peake. Wrn. H Fraukford 

Pepper, John. B A Walter s Falls 

Pearce. Wm. H Bella Coola 

I earen. James, -B..4...YoDge St. South 

Perry, Chas. B St. Vincent 

Perry. David Ch.itsworth 

Peters, John.-.Griawold & Alexander 
Philp. S. C., sen. (Sup d) Princw Albert 

Phi Ip, S. C..jun Markham 

Pickering. John Kglinton 

Pollard, W.. (Sup d.) Chin. &Ind. Mis. 
Poole, W H , LL.D. (Sup d). .Toronto 

Paole. Jacob (Sup d) Toronto 

Potter, Austin Hanover 

Power, John Dun^ford 

Pinch. R Severn Bridge 

Puller, Isaac W Scarboro 

Punshon, P. II Cobourg College 

Real. Joseph R College 

Rayner. A. H.. M.A. (Prof.). .Cobourg 

Heid, Thomas R Mono Road 

Reid. John W Stouffville 

Reynolds, George S Cressy 

Blchardaon,G.T.(SMp d) Chinguaeousy 

Richartlson, Wm , Dalston 

R..Utan David D. (Sup d) Walkerton 
Rose. Simuel, D.D. (Sup d).... Toronto 

Hose, Samuel P. (Fin. S",c.) Orillia 

Ross, Herbert C Newtonbrook 

Rupert, R S., M.A.(Clnn ri) Inverraay 
Rice.S. D., D D. ( Pres. G. Ow.) Toronto 

Rice^ J. P. (Sup y) Bramp on 

Rorko. Samuel G Melville 

Kohson. K (Pin. t!.c.) N.Westminster 
Sallows, Edward (Sup d). Collingwood 

Salt, Allen .Parry Island 

Salton, Samuel Newtouville 

Silton, G. F Cheslsy 

Sanderson. J. E., M.A Aurora 

Savage. J. W Tweed 

Scales. Wm Brooklin 

Scott. W. L Innisfil (Stroud) 

Scott, James (Sup d) . . . .Owen Sound 

Seccumoe, W. B Maple Rirtge 

Sexsmith, Wm. V.. .Wellington, B. C. 
Sejrnour, Jarr:es C. (Fin. Sec.) Canton 
Shaw, John (Chairman) . . . Peterboro 

Shaw, Calvin Maxwell 

Shaw. M, Oakwood 

Sherin, H. ( Without Sta.). . . Plainville 

Shorey, Sydney J Oshawa 

Shuttieworth. John (Sup d). Yorkville 

Silvester, C. (Sup d) Toronto 

Sing, Samuel Penetanguii-hene 

Smilej, John, M.A. (Sup d). .Toronto 

Smith Wm. E. (Sup d) Belleville 

Smy the, Wm Walkerton 

Snowden, T. J Dundalk 

Snowdon, Thomas Rosemont 

Speer, James C College 

Starr, J. H, (Chair.) Newmarket 

Starr, John E Yonge Street North 

Steel, T. P Bobcaygeon 






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113 



Stevenson. James H Thessalon 

Stewart, J. W Sr;homb^rg 

Strachan, Richard Midland 

Strongman. W. A , B.A... Lion s He-id 
Sutherland A. D D (Mis. Sec.) Toronto 

Sujiyam:i, Hiroku Tokio 

Taggart, Charles (Sup d) B, igf.ton 

Tale. C. M Bella Bella 

Thibside.tu. Alexander Woodtord 

Thorn. Janr-s B.A. Br.-.mptou Circuit 

Thomivx H.- :-y Bi id v:e water 

Tlioms .n. C. L Burrard Inlet 

Tindall, W. (Sup d) Walktrton 

Tomllin, Wm Ameliasburg 

Torrance. Wm Wiarton 

Totten. J. W Thornhill 

Tozeland. John Keene 

Tucker, Wrn Wooler 

Tucker, William B College 

Turver. Charle? (Sup d). .. Davenport 
Toye, Ruuben E. (Sup y) ... McKell-tr 

Toyama. Kohei Kotu 

Tov H, Isaac ( Fin. Sec.) Toronto 

Vanderwater, M Hanover 

Walker, Robert Stirling 

Walker, George Lloydtown 

Wallace, F. H , B.D Cobonrg 

Washington, G., M.A Menford 

Washington. W. C., M.A Reach 

Wass, John B., M.A Ballyduff 

Wass, Jabez Eden Grove 

Watch, C. W Flintou 

Watson, Coverdale (Oil.) Victoria, B C. 

Webster, John Arkwright 

Weldon. I-aac Coll)orne 

We.st, W. J Weston 

Whittington. R., M.A College 

Wilkinson. Henry Stayner 

Wilkinson, R. C Sidney 

Wilkinson, J. M.. B A. ( H-.S.) Toront > 

Wilkinson, James W Aurora 

Will. P. D Toronto 

Williams, Thomas (Sup d) Orillia 

WillmotU J. C, MA Stouffville 

Willoughby. N. R , M.A. (C/i.) Whitby 

Wilson, A. C Cavan 

Wilson, John C Omemee 

WiUon, Andrew Marmora 

Wilson. M. E Sebright 

Wilson, W. F Kirkville 

WithrowW.H..vlf A.( Ed. Mag /Toronto 
Wood.E ,D.O(//o.Jft s..Sfec.)Davenp rt 

Wood, James A Maple Bay 

Woolsey, Thomas Hiawatha 

Workman, G. C., M.A Cobourg 

Wright. Stewart C Cooksville 

Yamanaka, Yemn Shidzuoka 

Young. Egerton R Bowmanville 

Young, Wm. (Sup d) Trenton 

Young. Wm. J Thomasburg 

Yuki, Munizo Shidzuoka 

LONDON CONFERENCE. 

Rev. W. R. Parker, M.A ., Pres. nf (Tan. 
Rev. D. G. Sutherland, LL.B..Sec. O>n. 

Ames, Wm Oxford Centre 

Andrews, Alfred Kincardine 

Armstrong. John (Sup d). .Trowbridge 

Auld David Riversdale 

Balmer, Robert II St. Williams 

Balmer, Wm. J. (Student). . . .Cobourg 

Barltrop. Charles Kerwood 

Biiu-h. Wm Biy field 

Baxter. John (Sup d) Rid - eway 

Baxter. Michael (Sup d) fenwick 

Bell, James P Zimmerman 

Benson. Manly (Fin. Sec.). .Bran tf.vrd 

Berry, Henry. Trowbridge 

Bielby. Win. M Cedarville 

Birks, Win II ilnifsville 

Bowers, Alfred A Point E iward 

Bolby, Ctiarles S Oxford Centre 

Boyd, " Phos Barton ville 

Brandon, Wm. J Port Robinson 

Brethour, D. L Milton 

Brock, Thos. (CtMirman) . .Mt. Forest 

H 



B oley, James (Fin. Sec.). .Palmerston 

Brown. George London 

Bro-vnell. D. E Norwich 

Bryers, Wm Acton 

Bnggin, George. Klora 

Burns. A., D.D.. LL.D Hamilton 

Burns, Nelson, M.A Georgetown 

i:urns, Robert Ririaew ay 

Burkholtipr. Ezra R Arthur 

f tl" ft, Geo>-sr<> W JSiRga-a Falls 

Campbell. Thomas M ii-Merich 

Campbell. W. F Oil Springs 

Campbell, W. W. (Student). . Cobourg 

Carson, W. W Hamilton 

Caswell, James Duugannon 

Cassidy, Francis A.. B.A Loodjn 

Chalmers, Divid (Pin. Sec.). . . ..larvis 

Chapman, W. (Sup d) London 

Charlton, James Arthur 

Chown, Edwin A.. B.D Belgrave 

Clappison, David C Brnsells 

Clark, George Welland 

Clarke. ThomasR Plattsville 

Clarke, Edward J Drumbo 

Cleaver, Solomon, B.A Niagara 

Clement. B. ( Fin. S c.) Ay Imer 

Cobb. Thomas Fingal 

Colbeck, P. C. (Student) C >bourg 

Coleman. F. (Sup d) Hamilton 

Colling, Joseph S Georgetown 

Colling, Thomas, B.A Beainsville 

Cooper. Wm. H Thamesville 

Cook. Joseph S. (Student).... Mont real 

Cookman. Christopher Trafalgar 

Cooley, John W Jersey ville 

Cornish, G. H (fin. Sec.).... Wingham 

Cosens. Chas. W Jarvis 

Cosford, Thomas Lncknow 

Cosford. Henry M. (Student) Montreal 

Couzens, Cnarles C Bismarck 

Crane, Isaa? Garafraxa 

Crews, Thomas Dorchester 

Crrfws, L. W., R.A London 

Crews. Albert C Hamilton 

Crews, H. W., B.A Dorchester 

Cridlau ,1, Wm Belmont 

Crookshanks. James J Fullarton 

Cross, Wm Grand River 

Crossley, Hugh T Brantford 

Cunningham. Andrew Mitchell 

Cuvl-r. W. B Bsyfield 

Daniel, George ( Without Station). 

Davy, Robert Bervie 

Deacon, Charles Harmony 

Deacon, Joseph Townsend 

De,an. George W Delhi 

Dickson, G. N. A. F. T Exeter 

Dyer. James E OakviUe 

Earle, Theophilus R Teeterville 

Kd wards, Abel Muncey 

Edwards. Andrew Caledonia 

Edwards. Samuel II St. George 

Edwards. Wm. W Harrcrw 

Klliott. John Richwood 

;i!iott. Robert J Glanford 

Emory, Vernon H St. Catharines 

Evans, E.. D.D. (S tp d) London 

Evans, John 3 (Sup d) Hamilton 

Fallis. John G Tyrconnell 

Fear. Ezra A Moucton 

Fear. Samuel (Suv d) Elora 

Ferguson. George Grimsby 

Fessant. fidwin Centrnlia 

Fife, Wm. H. . .Sombra & Courtwright 

I Vher. John S Blyth 

Foote, James G St Catharines 

Ford. James E Thorndale 

Ford, Win. J Port Stanley 

Forinan. Richard J Hagiirj-ville 

Fowler, Robert, M D London 

Freeman. J. B , /?. A Rervie 

Freeman, J. W, B.D Bothwell 

Fydell. Thomas R Luther 

Gtutz, Leonard London 

Gane, Wm. II Alvinston 

Gaibutt, Keuben J Trowbridge 

Garuham, Win. 11. (Student) Cobourg 

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Geddis, James (Sup y) Berrle 

Gee, Thou.as Walton 

George,! . T. (Student) G bourg 

German. John W Haniston 

German, Peter (Sup d) ... .Cain sville 

Gilbert, C. W. M. (Sup d) Delhi 

Gjdwin, Wm Kicusville 

Goodwin, James Carlisle 

( rsham. James. . Windsor 

Cirx . . Junes (f liair ) Clinton 

Griffin, W. S. (Ohair.) Gnelph 

Guiifly, James Port. Burwell 

Gundy. Joseph R Ridaetown 

Hadwen, Thomas (Sup d) . . . .London 

Hull. Robert II Dresden 

Hall, Hsrvey HI Caistor 

Himiltou. Christopher Asbfield 

Hamilton, Richard Springfield 

Hanna, Thomas (Sup d). .Wiillareburg 
II innon, Jarnes (C/iair.). . .St. Mary s 

Hardie, David (Sup d) Stralhroy 

Harrison, Thomas E Watford 

Harris. A. G Teeswater 

Harris. James Kir kton 

Hayhurst. Wm Fairfield 

Hnynes, Frederick (Sup y) Beauisville 

Hazlewood. J. II Port Colborne 

Headers. Richird C Nassatraweya 

Hendersou W G JU.A(Cfiair.}St .Mnry g 

Henderson, Wm Wyoming 

Henderson. G. W....Dundas St. East 

Henderson, John Westminster 

Hill. Henry E Hensell 

Hill. Joseph (Sup d). . . Port Lambton 

Hirieks. Wm. H Stratford South 

Histon John (Sup d) . . . .Burlington 

Hobbs. Richard Mount Pleasant 

Hockey. John E. (S/udf.nt). . .Cubouug 

Hodson, J. M., B.A Amherstburg 

Holden.C. vv Appin and Napier 

Holmes, Kdwin Westminster 

Holmes. Joseph W Listowel 

Holmes. James E. Thorndale 

Hough, John Qf rrie 

Howard, John H North-West 

Howard. Thomas S Watford 

Hunt. David Salford 

Hurlburt. E. Ooeida 

Husband, Robert J Wallace 

Irvine. Samuel Woodslee 

Irvine, Henry Brownsville 

Isaac. John R Btlmore 

Ivison, James A Port Lambton 

Jackson, Gtorge Lucan 

Jackson, Thomas London North 

Jackson. Thomas W Lynoen 

Jamieson.W.S. Stamford 4 Queenston 

JefTeris, T. M. (Sup d) Oskvillo 

Joliey. W. C (Sup d) Norwich 

Jones, Peter W Strathallan 

Kappele. Stephen. Cayuga 

Kav. John (Fin. &c.) I horold 

Keefer. B. B. (Sup y) Hamilton 

Kennedy, George (Sup d) . . . Ingersoll 
Kennedy, George, jun.. London North 

Kennedy, James Full irtr-n 

Kennedy, John Peel 

Kerr, George J Brigden 

Kerr. John L Mt. Bridges 

Kerrni.-h, Thos. L Glanford 

Kershaw, Edward Blenheim 

Kottlewell, Wm H>iiiiilton 

Kirbv. Geomo W. (tvdai)...Qitbomg 
Kirkland. John II (S udtnt) Montreal 

Koxle, K. II. (Student) Cobourg 

Laird. James Stafford ville 

Lanceley, K Strtithi-uy 

Lanceley, John E :. Burlington 

Ii-tiii!t .ir i. A. (ftoima*t).... Hamilton 

Lanton. Henry (Su/> d) Il.iivilton 

Lame. Thomas A. (Student). .robrmrg 

Latimer, J. V. (Sup i/) London 

Livell.C ,M A.(Sup d jDrummondville 

IjH-rfiHr. James T Kickton 

L -ith. Thomab B I reston 

Little. Win. J Pelee Island 

Livingston, James Florence 



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Livingstone S. G Lyndt-n 

Locke, Hugh Vf . (Student) .. Montreal 

Louuds. George Brussels 

Lund. Win (S"p d) Woodstock 

M.iitlHiid. R K... Lowville & K>lbrid rf 

MHSSOD, James Dunnville 

Maxweil, W. J Brant ford 

Miller. A D KinaLike 

Millikf), Audrew St. Clair 

Mills Jnhu (f-in. S-,c) Si-atorth 

Mills. Wm Hepptlfr 

Mill.vard. Reuben Parkliill 

Mitchell, ci. A, H.A. .Drummondville 

Moor. David A Dawn Mills 

Moiney. James Stoney Creek 

Moore, T. A. Snlfotd 

Morrow. Chas. R Otterville 

Morton. Wo London Sjntli 

Moss, Wm. II Milibank 

M -Alister, J^mes Dray ton 

Me A lister. Win George II. .( ainsville 

McCartney. James H St George 

McC llum, Edwi i (,Su;/;j/).Ridgetown 

M.-CJloch, A. M Elmira 

McD iiauiQ. W. ( Fi t. Sen ) Sarnia 

M.iKenzie, D. M. (Sup d) Lowville 

Mci.tchian. James, B.A Drayton 

McLean, Hugh Priuc< ton 

McNair. Th. >s. R Comber 

Neclands. John Adelaide 

Nugent. F -ancis E Berlin 

Od ry, Joseph Hamilton 

Orine. James H Thauies^ille 

Orme, Thomas H.. h A. Kelvin 

Park r, W. K . M A. (P. Con.) Chattum 

Parson. Joseph A Bismarck 

Patcht 11. Thomas H C>rnnna 

Pearson, To. >mas D Plattsville 

Penhall. Wm Appm and ^apier 

Pesc,ott. Walter E Wsterdown 

Phnlp-, Richard (S l.p d). . .Conrtrighi. 

Phillips, A. M.. BD St. Thomas 

Phillips. Robert Grantou 

Philp, John, M.A, (Fm. Sec.) Hamilton 

Philp. Joseph SpariH 

Preston. Ja.s (Sup d). Mount Pleasant 

Preston. Walton Walpoln Island 

Pring. Joseph E (Student)... Cobourg 

Redmond. Richard Uartbaville 

Rice. Luther 0. (Sup d) . .Dungannon 

Richardson. George Stratford 

Riitsby, Walter Brownsville 

R<bhins John Belmont 

Robinson J >hn II. <Snp y> ..Oikville 
Rohinson. Joseph H. (Sup d), London 

Rogers, David Kintore 

Ross, Jimes S.. M.A Tilsonburg 

Ross, Wm W. (F-n. Sec.) .. .Ingersoll 
Rump. Thomas (Sup d) St Catharines 
Russ. Amos K , MA. (Uliair ). .Simcoe 

RURR, James B P >rt Kowan 

Russell. A. L , B.D Wallaceburg 

Russell. John Spr infield 

Rvan, David (Snp t) .London 

Ryckmao, E. B , D. D. (Ciiair .) London 
Sinderson.G R D.D.(C/ir.) Stralhroy 
Sard -rson, John (S/ip v). . .Tvrconn>-l 
Siunby. John W (Silent). .Oobourg 

Saun lers. John, MA Smithville 

Savage. David Petrolia 

Siva<j;e, Win New Hamburg 

Scnlon. K. \V Kulgrave 

Schram. G. A . (S/ip y) St Thomas 

Scott. John, M.A Leamine*n 

Scott, J ihn G. (Pin. &c.) Guelph 

Scott. Edmund K Chatham 

Scott. Charles Tasrsrart R>mney 

Sill -ry, Samuel, B.D. ..Charing Cross 

Shannon. Win Erin 

Sh-phen), Wm W Muncey 

Sheilock Benjamin ed 

ShiUo i, James W , B A . .Grand Bend 

Si kle-i, Aiinhxm (S tp d) Ont-idn 

Sifton. J. W.. B.A Victoria 

Sla er, James C llignrsville 

Smith, A. E Antinrn 

Smith, Charles Essex Centre 



Smith, John V. (Fin. Sec.) London 

Smith, John T Washington 

Smith. Nathaniel Hoist ein 

Smith, Wray H Ioi.-a 

Snider, David W. (Stude.nt). .Cobourg 

Suyder, Adarn I Arkona 

Spirliusr, W. W Rockwood 

Speuce, Wm H North-West 

St.acey. Frank B. (Student). . .Cohourg 

Stafford, Chas. E Forest 

Siaples. S. G Uil City 

S evenson. Eph. B., BA Oakland 

Stevenson. John C Cliffurd 

S f ewart. John .Fenwick 

Sfinson, Joseph H Ralnham 

Stobb^. Thomas Loudesboro 

Stringfellow, Chas ( ainsville 

Sutherland. O.G.,LL. > .(, C/t.)St.Thomas 

Swann. Francis Ponsonby 

Swaun, Matthew Fergus 

Sweet, E. K. (Sup d) Brantford 

Tenter, Chancellor.. Sydenharn 

Teskey, Ebenezer. Linwood 

Thompson, D. W Lyn-doch 

Tnleaven. R. .1 London 

Trimble, Thomas B. . . .0 baring Cross 

Truax, Albert Townsend 

Tucker, S Moorefield 

Tnpper. R. E. (Sap d) London 

Turk. Ueorge R Morpeth 

Turner. John Ailsa Craig 

Turner. Wm. T Romney 

Tyler. Reuben J. (Sup d) Arthur 

Voaden. Thomas ( Without Station). 

Waddell. Robert H. B.D Gait 

Wakefield, J. (Chairman) Paris 

Walker. John (Sup d) Lucknow 

Walsh. Wm Fonthili 

Wrtlwin, Isaac B (Student). . Cobourg 

Ward. Joseph, M A Talbotville 

Washington, G. (Sup y) Oakville 

Watson, W. G , M.A Waterdown 

Weaver, Francis G New Credit 

Weir, George S Biigden 

White, James Ravens wood 

White. James H Merritton 

Whiting, J. t Fin Sec.) Wa-dsville 

Wilkinson, Thomas L Waterford 

Williams. .1. A ,D.O(C/i.)St. Catharines 

Williams, E (Sup d) Brantford 

Williams, W. (Chairman). Woodstock 

Williams. R. W London East 

Willmott, Wm Fordwich 

Willoughby, Wm. (Sup d). . .Ingersoll 
Williston. j K. (Sup d) . . .Strathroy 

Wilson, Jasper, R A Camlachie 

Wilson, J V. (Sup d) Dunnville 

Wilson. Samuel Port Dover 

Woods-worth, R W Dundas 

Wright, Robert W Glencoe 

MONTREAL CONFERENCE. 

Rev. Thomas G. Williams. President. 
Rev. A. B. Chambers. LL B.. Vec- et ry. 
Rev. James Allen, M A., and thp Rev. 

Ernest M. Taylor. M.A., Ass. Se.cs. 
Rev. Wm. Jackson, Journal Secretary. 

Adams, Richard N Bath 

Adams. Wm East IMton 

\dldns. T. 0. (Fup y) . . . .Lansdowne 
Allen, James. M.A. (Fin. Sec ] Ottawa 
AHum, Carl ....Alice and Eganville 

Armstrong. John St. Johns 

Austin. Wm West Brome 

Awde. James. B.A Montreal 

Bildwin.C. D... .Levis Bonrg Louis 

Bites. Martin J Tarn worth 

B -11. Thomas Three Rivers 

B"nudry. L. >T Montreal 

Bland. Hnry F Kingston 

Bland. Salntn G Farmersville 

B >nd Stephen (Fin. Sec.).Gananoque 

Borland. J (S ip d) Montreal 

IJiidnn. \Vm.(Fi.nan. Sec ). .Newhurg 

Hrock, James (S ip d) Kingston 

Brown, Thomas C Farmersville 



Brown, W. D. (Sup d) Amherst Island 
Buchausn, T. C ........... Cataraqui 

Cairns. Hugh ............ Knowlton 

C.impbell, Alex. (C/(air.)...Sherbrooke 
Carr, Joseph ........ Franklin Centre 

Chambers, A. B., LL &(*.A)Montreal 
Chambers, A. C ....... Carleton Place 

Chant, Joseph H .......... Elginburg 

Chown, S. D , B.A ....... Kemptville 

Clipsh.sm, Jobn W ...... Frolighsburg 

Conley, Lewis ............. Inverness 

Coniey, T. B. , B.A. . Portage du. Fort 
Constable, T. D. (Sup d). .. Cookshire 
Coolidga, Herman ............. Clarendon 

Craig, Wm ............... Lacsdo wne 

Crane, E. W .......... North Augusta 

Crookshauk, Simon ....... Melbourne 

Crowle, Fred. W., B.A.... Hochelaga 

Crothers, Wm. J., B.A. W. Winchester 
Crummy, Eber. . .. . Hendersonville 

D ms, Geo. H. (Fin. Sec.) ...... Perth 

Davies, John ........................ Wilton 

DeGruchy, Edward ....... Actonvale 

Delong, A. M ......... Lawrenceviile 

Delong, Francis ......... Mansonville 

Dorion, Joseph A ............... Oka 

Dorion, Thos. A .......... Longneuil 

Donglas,G., LL.D.(P.W.T.O.)Nontrenl 
Dreunan, Alexander ........ Hudson 

Drew, N D ................. Wilton 

Dyre, W. R ............... Newboro 

Eagleson, Jas. S ........... Newboro 

Kason. Richard ...... Windsor Mills 

Earl. Joseph ................ Bryson 

Eldridge. G. S ............. Kingston 

Ellery, Samuel .......... Frankville 

Elliott, J.. L>.D.(Ctim n\... Pembroke 
Klliott. James (Student) ........ V. C. 

Ellis, John D ...... ........ Mattawa 

Fergus-on, John ........... Heckston 

Flanders. C. R. B.A .......... Mngoa; 

Follicle, J ........... North Wak( field 

Forsey, George .......... Morrisburg 

Fowkes. John .............. Metcalfe 

Fowler. Hiram ............ South Stukely 

Fowler, J. H., M.A. . Riviere du Loup 
Freshman. Jacob (Sup d) ...Kingston 
Galbraith, Wm., LL.B.(Ch.) Montreal 
Garrett, John C ........... Cbambly 

Geoffrey. Antoine .... ....... Kingsey 

Gibson, John ......................... Leeds 

Gifford. H.A .................... Lvn 

Grcnfell. John ......... Clarenceville 

Hagar. J. M. M. A ........ Montreal 

Hall, Wm . M.A (S ip d)... .Montreal 

Hansford, Win. (Chair.). Ottawa East 
Hanson, Chas. A. (Sup d.). . .Montreal 



Harris, Thomas ......... Cowansville 

Hirris. Thomas C ........ Lausdowne 

Haylock, J. J ............. Beach burg 

Ht-nders on, James ......... Montreal 

Henderson. Andrew ......... Matilda 

Hiseocks, John (Sup d) ..... Luchute 

H olden. Alva ............. Maberly 

Holraes.A ~L.,M.A.(Pr. W.C.) Stanstead 
Holmes. John .......... Seeiey s Bay 

Hooker. Leroy (Chairman). Kingston 
Homer. Ralph C. (Student) ...... V. C. 

Hou-ihton, Luther (Slgfy^.Brockvllle- 
Hunungton. Silas ........ . .Mattawa 

Huahes Silas J., M.A ____ Beebe, Plain 

Huxtable, G. G .......... Winchester 

Hunt. Francis (Sup y) . . .Lennoxville 
In wood, Alfred ................ Bath 

In wood. Edwin J ............ Kohlin 

Irvine. Henry (Si<p y) ...... Arnprior 

Jackfon, Samuel (Suj. y) Frelighsburg 
Jackson. Wm .............. Montreal 

Jamieson. W. S.. MA ........ Lacolle 

Jolliffo. Wm. J . B.C.L ....... Coatirook 

J mes. C A. . .Thurso and Plntgenet 
Kendall. S. C. . Play Fail & Glen Tay 
Kines, James ............... Prescott 

Knowles Henry W .......... Laclnite 

Knox, Wm .............. Clarendon 

Krupp, Henry ............. Renfrew 



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CLERGY. 



L t wrence, John Arden 

Lawrence, Charles II .Moutieal 

Laws. n. Jamrs Delta 

Leach John J Odessa 

Lett. F G. (S udKtil) V. 0. 

Lochead, Robert. (Sup d) Smith s Kails 

L .norley. B . B A f Ottawa 

Lucas, Daniel V , M.A Montreal 

M:tb.-r,J. L. A.(SM. /ei) Wes. Th Col. 

Madge. W. W., 11 A St. Lambert 

Mansell. T J Sutton 

Mark. Robert.#.0.(Sup dj..,. Ottawa 
Maud-ley. S. E (S>i/> <l) H-mmingford 
M"Adoo, Samuel N. (Student). . . V.C. 
McCann, Alfivd (Fin. Sec.).... Matilda 

McDowell. J. V West Ksmitiam 

MacDonald. M. (Sup d) Stansteart 

McGill. Wm Cornwall 

llcKrchnie. R W. (,S//j) <f)...Greuvil1e 

Mcllitchie. Geo. (C/iair.) .ilmonte 

Meyer. F W. A Voile) field 

Meyers, Henry llemmingford 

Might, Sam;il (Sup d) Lancat.-r 

Miller, Wm. W Hudson 

Musell. Joseph A. (Student) V. C. 

Norton, Wm Bearhrook 

O dara. James Chel-e* 

Oliver, Robert P Manotirk 

Osborne, John C On l">w 

Parent. Amaud... Waterloo & Stukely 

Pearson. M. L. (Chair.) Napan^e 

Pearson. Wm Card 

Pe*rce. Btrry lioliiiiHn 

Peck, Win H-irrowsmilb 

Perley. Wm. F Edwardsbuig 

Philp. Wm Richmond 

Phillips. S. B.... Morven and Qosporr 
Phillips, S. G . MA . ...VankUek Hill 
Find. Jos. (fi wt. W Th Oil.) Montreal 
Pitcher. J. T. (Chairman)... Stnngtead 

Porter. George H. B.A Danville 

Potts. Jhn, D D Montreal 

Povser. Geo. C Avonniore 

Pvke Wm. (S lp^y) Kins. tou 

Quinn, 8. .. . Grenville 

RadlHy, Alfred A Comberm^re 

Raney. Wm Anltsvijle 

Read. F. A Cook^hire 

Redgrave. Charles A...Vankleek Hill 
Rennie. Thos. ( < S f f< </)...Wateiloo P Q 

Revnolds Francis C Pak< n am 

Richardson. James E liranbv 

Rilanc,e. Win I H fbure 

RoHdhoiiPe, Job Lakeficld. P.Q 

Robinson. George S"lby 

Robinson, R. (Sup d) Morrislni -e 

Robinson. Hichaid Sawverville 

Rogers. George (Fin. Sec.) ...Bedford 

Rvan. Wm A\l iier. P.Q 

Robertson. Arch G...N \Villiinisbiirir 
Rohidoux P^cifiqne,I...Ott?wi & Hull 

Sand-rson. Wm. lS"p >^ Kingston 

Saunders, J. B. (Oov. 1F<7). Stanstead 

Scanlon. John North G ower 

fioott, W. (fliip il, 0>>air.) Ottawa 

Bhaler. Henry (fiiip ili Kemptvillp 

Shaw, W. T.. MA., LL B Montreal 

Sheridan. Wm Arnprior 

Shibley Samuel Lombnrdv 

Short. Win M.-tls 

Shortt, W. K. M.A Compton 

Shorey. Edmund S Cntuntqui 

Simiwon. James Mai lanij 

Smith, Andrew A Spmoervill^ 

Stnitli, Rolmrt Agnes 

Smith. Wm Oxford 

Smith. Wm T Ulw-rfon 

Sparling,.! W. M A .ft D (F S.) Quebec 

Sparling W II. B.A Dunham 

SprouV, Krml H Curleton Place 

Squire. Oeo. II., B.A WoltonJ 

Stewart, John South Mountain 

Stewart. John H VanU-k Hill 

Stennina. George N< i w G!aew 

Sonierville. Wm.(Student tV. /// O,l.) 

Taylor. M-liu Od^lltown 

Taylor, E. H Fitzroy Harbour 



Taylor, E M, M.A Kingston 

Teeson. Samuel St. Armand 

Tennant, Klisha (Fm. Sec.) Westmeath 

Tlun>l>, Isaac E Ormstown 

Timborlake. Win Lennoxville 

Topping. N. B Rawden 

Vi--n, Ovide Montreal 

Wilton. John Meiri k>il!e 

Watson. James West Stafford 

Webster, John Lunenburg 

Wheatlev- I Hatley and Cassville 

Whiting , Kich.( Chairman)... Waterloo 

Whiteside, Arthur Gaspe 

Williams. T.Q.(PrfS. dm.) Brockville 

Wilkinson, Isaac Franklin Centre 

Wil-on, J.hn. B.A Huntingdon 

Wiison, Kichard Smith s Falls 

Winter, David, Ccnfereuce Evangelist 
Young, Win. R, 

NOVA SCOTIA CONFERENCE. 
Rev Wil.iam II. Heartz, President. 
Rev. Jabez A. Rogers, Secretary. 

Addy, John S. (Sup y) Windsor 

Aiuley, Wm Digby 

Alcoru. Wm Manchester 

Angwin, Thos. (Sup y) Dartmouth 

An^win, J. G Liverpool 

A"tl>ury. John Tauso 

Batty. J. L Halifax South 

B nt. Joseph B. (Sup y)... Bridgetown 

Bigiioy. J. G .Port Hout"D 

Bird. Richey, (Sap y) Wentworth 

Borden. J R Nappiu 

B>rdn, B C.. B A Halifax Centre 

Botterell, E. (Sap y)... Halifax Centre 
Bracken, Ralph, A.M. 

Brown. W. C Horton 

Buckley, James (Sup y) Guvsboro 

But rick, J. B [lortou 

Buckley. F A, A.B River John 

Brown. William Lunenburg 

B^aK R y)....llusquodoboit Harbour 

Cissiijy. John Oxford 

Coffin. Joseph S... Hamilton. Bermuda 

Craig John River Philip 

Diuiel. II. A Canning 

Dtvis, J. Hiram. ..Mid. Musqnodoboit 
Daniel. L. (flt.udf.nt).... Sackville, N.B 
Diniel, A. (S .wJrni).... Sackville. N.R 

Dawson, J L., A B Lockport 

D<y. G. F. (Sup y) Musquodoboit Har. 

D iane, II P Onslow 

Dunn, S B Tt uio 

Donkin, J. E Noith East. Haib>iii 

England. E. E Atbol 

Evans, W II Sydney. C 

Fisher, J.M Mill V illaue 

Gaet/., Joseph Arnhersr 

Giles. J. B St. George s. Bermuda 

Gee, John Warren 

GlHiidiiining,G.W.F.(att.)3ackv e.J\ /J 

Hale, Joseph Stellarton 

Hart, J. H. (Sup y) Bridgetown 

Hart, T D Burlington 

Heartz W. II. f Prf.s.) Yarmouth South 

Hemmeon J. B Horton 

Henni .rnr. J G.(Sup y) Canning 

I liekey. David Parrsboro 

Hill*. B^tij. A.B SoiithainptOD 

II "kin. Arthur Port La Tour 

Howie. John W.... Advocate Haibor 

lliid:>oll, R. W Nappan 

Huesiis. G llantsport 

Huestis. S. F. (Bonk St d) Halifax 

Hioper. T. C Sheet Harbour 

Johnson. G. (Su/i y) Horton 

Johnson, G. F., A.B Middleton 

Johnson. John Berwick 

Johnson, D. W .A.B Hill.-burir 

J ihnson, R. O B Di-hv Neck 

.To^t. C . A M B idgetown 

Lane W. G... Halifax North 

Ltngille. W. II Keutville 

Lo.-khart. C. (Sup y) l,ive-poi 1 | 

Lathera, J Windsor I 

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Mack, R B Shelburne 

lie Arthur, R Avoiidale 

lie-Murray, J., D.D. (Sup.)... Windsor 

Moore. E. B Annapolis 

Morton. A. D . A.M Pugwash 

Morton, Roland (Sup y) Windsor 

llosher. J. A Acadia Mines 

Milllsh, I M Hebron 

Nicolaon, A. W. (Sup y) Aii!<a).olis 

Niihtiugale, W Walton 

Ogden. J. C Bridgewater 

Outerbrldge. W. A Gabarus 

Pickles, P. H. Vf Halifax West 

Prestwood, Paul Maitland 

Prertwood, J. W. . . . Weymouth 

Purvis, Win : QiiYsboro* 

Ri.-hey. M.. D D. (Sup y) Windsor 

Robinson, Q.O.,A B. 

R)bius< n, P. H Arcadia 

Rogers. J. A.. (Sec. Con.) Yarmouth N. 

Rogers. Thomas Pictou 

Ryan. Wm Aylesford 

Soott. D. B Ritcoy 8 Gtw*, 

Sharp, James New Ger, rtD y 

Sbepnerdson, J. W Shubeaacadie- 

Smith, Richard Harrington 

Smith, T.Watson (fif. Wfes.)... Halifax 

Sponagle. J. L Dartmouth 

Stevens, Lamert Middlfitoik 

Strothard James Graiivilie Ferry 

Swallow. C. W , A.H.. Port Hawkesb y 

Taylor. James (Si p y) Aylesford 

Teasdale. J. J Halifax South 

Temple. R. A. (Sup y)... Halifax North 
TiiUle, Geoi-gn W. (Sup y) .. Pugwash 

Tuttle, Alex S Newport 

Tweedy. James Wallace 

Tyler. C. M Petite Riviere 

Was-ion, Robert (Sup y}. Yarmouth N. 
Weldon. A. F. (Sup y) Granville Ferry 

Wier. John Somerset. Bermuda 

Wooton. Thomas Port Hood 

Williams. Robert Caledonia 

Wright, F. H.. A B North Sydney 

Whitman, G. W Wentworth 

NEW BRUNSWfCK AND P. E I 

CONFER ENCE. 

Rev.Stephen T. Teed, President. 
Rev R. W. Weddall, A. B, Secretary. 

Ackman. S. R BaiedeVerte 

Allen, John S Summerside, P.E.I 

Allen. Thomas Keswick 

Baker, H. R., A B Margate 

Bell, Artenms Alma 

Bell. Edward Murray Harbour 

Benie, J. Jacksonville 

Brewer. Waldron W Sussex 

Burwash J.. A M Chatlottetown 

Campbell, G. M Woodstock 

Chapman D Chatham 

Clark. J. A.. A M Gibson 

Clark Henry J Grand Lake 

Clements, Robert, Hartland 

Combeu. Clias Andover 

C>lter. John J Souris. P.E.t 

Cowperthwaite, H.P..A.M Cornwall 

Crisp, Robert S Portland 

Crisp. James Upham 

Currie. D. D (Ant. <7. if. tfJ.St. John 

Daniel. Henry (Sup y) St. John 

Dawson, George F Tabnsintac 

Deinstftdt. T. J Moncton 

Dobson. Wm Centenary. St. John 

Duke, James A .Tintramar 

Duncan. R St. Stephen 

Ditcher, C. W St. Andrews 

Esty. John F Deor Wand 

Evans. Edwin Marysville 

Filler, G. W Hopewell 

Goldsmith. J Nnsbwaak 

Hamilton. C W Sheffield 

Harrison. F. W. (Sup y). ...Woodstock 

Harrison, George Pownal. P.E.I. 

Hxrrison, Wm Dorchester 

Howie, Isaac Richmond 



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[1884. 



Howard, Samuel Ssckville 

Hii ks, Thomas Newcastle 

James, Silas Gagetown 

Johnsou. Levi S Hopewell 

Johnson. W. K Kingston 

Jost.J. F. (Sup y) Charlottelown 

Kennedy. D., S.T.D.(ProJ.). Sickville 

Kin?;. Johii Kiiiiiscltar 

Kirhy, Win. J Ricbbncto 

Knight, M. R Albertou 

Lawson, Wm Petitcodiac 

LePage, A. K Florencrvillu 

Lodge, W. W Oarleton 

Lodge, Douglis H Mount Stewart 

Lucas, Aquila Milltown 

Manaton,C H.. . St. Davids 

McCully, A. D., A.B.,BD....St John 

Ma - . Wm Apohwqui 

Marshall, Thomas Point de Bute 

Mills, Edwin (Siip y)... Charlottetown 

Morre. D. D , A.D Flampton 

Narraway, J. K.. AM St. John 

Opie, Richard Jerusalem 

Paisley, C. H., A M. SacUville 

Parker, Isaac N Derby 

Payson. Q. B. (Sup y) St. .lobn 

Peima, Wai Uaynnld 

Pu it. H<>nry Boiesrown 

Pepper, Win. R. (Sup y) England 

Phinnay, John 8..,., Sackville 

Pickard, H., D.D (Sup y).... S ,-kviile 

Pierce, Thomas Oourtnej B^y 

Pope, Henry, D.D St. John 

Prince, John (Sup y) Moncton 

Head, John St. John 

"Seller, Joseph Fairville 

Shenton, Job St. John 

Shrewsbury. A R. B Canterbury 

Slackford, Elias Weleford 

Smallwood, F. (Sup y) Charl n, P E I 

Sprague. S W... Hampton 

Sprague. Howard, D.D. ...Fredencton 

BtebbingB, Thos. Upper Kent 

Steel, George Little York 

Stewart, C (Tluo. Prnf) Sackville 

Tail James W. (Student) Sackville 

Taylor. Allen P Bocahec 

Teed, Stephen! Tryon, P.E.I 

Tippett, Wm Fredericton 

Turner, Bdwin Bideford 

Tweedy, Wm. (Stip y) Hamplon 

Thomas. W. B St. James 

Wass. Wm Montague 

Wadman. J. W., B.A...Cha\l .ttetown 

Weddall.R.W., B.A Bathnrst 

Wells, Cvrus Campbellrown 

Williams. T. L Msd" 

Wilson, Robert Salisbury 

MANITOBA AND NORTH-WEST 
CONFERENCE. 

Rev. George Youne, D D., President. 
Rev. John Semmens. Secretary. 
Rev. John E. Hunter, missis Secretary. 
Rev. G. K. Adams, Journal Secretary. 

Adams. G. K. (tin. Sec.) Milford 

Allen, J. E Gladstone 

An-lrows, W. W College 

Avison, Richard GriswMd 

Baker, W. M Oik Iliver 

Barltrop. A. J Burnside 

Bell J Vf.,B.D Crystal City 

Bett s. J. F Birtle 

Beynon. T. B., R A Virden 

Bristol. C., M. A. (Fin. Sec.) Moose Jaw 

Brid -email, W Medicine Hat 

Buckler. W. M Elton 

ColpiUs. W. W Nelson 

Colwill S. K Beaconnfleld 

Crnig. R II Bis Plain 

D^vins. I W Turtle Mountain 

Daniel George Winnipeg 

Dyer, W. T R"t" ( ! ity 

Elliott. Josbuu Milford 

Franklin. B.. HA -Big Plain 

German, Orrin Norway House 



Hames, A. B. (Fin. Sec.). ...High Bluff 

Halstead, W R^t Pnrtae 

Helliwell. T (Sup y) Winnip k - 

Howard, J. H... Morris 

Hunter, J. B Dominion City 

H irrison. J. M , ]um Creek 

Hewitt, J. W. (Chair.) ...Kegina 

Hiuck, S. D Crystal City 

Hanna. George Plum Civek 

Jackson. J. A St"newa) 

Jo:.]yn. J. H Broadview 

| Kenner, II Shell River 

Ladner, Ohas. (Chair.) Brandoi 

l,i!n ? c Georste II Turtle Mo^in 

Langford. Knos Ox/on) House 

Lawson,T Qu Apjie.lle 

Laidley, R. B Selkirk 

Morrison, W. R Plymptou 

Myers. Chas Ho ne Kiver 

MordHn, T , B.A. (Sup y). . .AVinni 

M^ H ljsohUn. J. A Victoria 

McLean, John Blood Indians 

McGregor, D Qu Appelle 

Parker, Caleb Prince Albert 

Peters, John Cypress River 

Kawson, Joseph (Sup y) Birtle 

Robinson I. N Neepawa 

Rons. A. W Fisher River 

Rntledge W L.(ftn. S!c.i. Winnipeg 

Rattan. J. II Meadow La 

Roddick, George Brandon Hills 

Sanderson, D C Edmonton 

Setnmans. J. (Sec. Con.) Ktner-ou 

Spence. W. H Brandon 

Stafford, E. A . B.A. (Chair.) Winnipeg 
Steinhauer, Henry.. White Fish L^ke 
Stewart. A.. R.D. (Chair ).Crtwright 
Turner, J. (Without Station)... Culgary 

Wheeler, A. D Antlers 

Williams. C Birtle 

Wilson T. B MinnedrwH 

Wilson, -W. G Moo-e Mountain 

Woodaworth. J. (Chair). .Pr. la Prai e 
Young,G.,D.O.(5. M. PQm.) Winnipeg 

Primitive 91etli<<list Church 
in Caiia<la 

Uev. W. Herridge Pres. of Conference- 
iev. R. Cade. Sec. of Conference. 
lev. J. C. Antliff. Ed Chris. Journal. 
iev. W. Bae, Missionary Secretary, 

and Rnnk Stu>ara. 
R. I. Walker Gen. Treasurer, Toronto 

Antliff, J. C.. M. A., B. D Toronto 

Anger. H. (Sup-d) Chatham 

Amy, T Wyoming 

Bee, W Toronto 

fJoyle, R. (Sup d) Brampton 

Booth, W. B Toronto 

Baker. G Selkirk 

Bunt, W. C Greenway 

Bedford. J Toronto 

Bedford, A Union vi lie 

Cade. R Woodntock 

orroran, J S.. Markdale 

Coupland, T. B Baldoon 

Crompton, E Knlkirk 

rompton, T. (Sup d) Barrie 

Curtis, E Lacluite. Que 

Javison, J. (Sup d) Toronto 

Dudley, T. (Sup.) Mount Forest 

Dennis, J Toronto 

Dyke, J Bowmanville 

Dohson, C. J Caledon East 

D ibson, J Feversham 

Wdgar, J. (Sitp d) Toronto 

Fergnsin, J Ildwkehville 

Flint P Clureinout 

Poster, T. (Sup d) U.\l>ril!<o 

Fisher, S Collins Bay 

iJ^rner, J. (Sup d) Uunbon 

Gilpin. J.W Mitchell 

Good nan. J Hamilton 

Griffith, T Bninipton 

Haisard, R Manchester 

Hall, L Laskay 

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HarriH, H Kingston 

Her.idgw, W Stratford 

Ifu.iljHTi, W. S.. Ui-ionville 

Huggios, W (Sup d) Straihroy 

Holden, S Cat heart 

Harper, II Mount Charles 

Hosking, H (Jut-lph 

idle. IX Humber 

Jolliffe. T. W Toronto 

Johnson. C. Yoi kville 

Jones, P Camlle 

Jewitt, G Wyoming 

t-ee. G F Laurel 

Lornas, W 

lAilitone. J E Svdnham 

Markham. J \Vinf!liam 

Middleton, E London 

Milner.J Barrie 

Moore, J. E London 

McKee, R Orillia 

McDonald, W Dalston 

Nattras<s. T. (Sup d) London 

Newton, W York 

Noble. J. J Arthur 

Paul. R Ripley 

Patterson, J. W 

ReH, W Oranseville 

Robinson, J. W Guelph 

Rodwell, W Stouffville 

Scott. T. G JSracebridge 

Simpson. J. (Sup.) Ornugt-ville 

Smith, J Albion 

Stephenson, R. (Sup d) Feversham 

Sims. T Toronto 

Swift. J. R. (Sup y) Nsw bury 

Stilwell, K. J Clarksburg 

Srilwell, R Wexford 

Stonehouse, J Wnlkerton 

Trollops, J. A 3t. Catherines 

Thornley, W Aurora 

Thompson, G. II Strathroy 

Thompson, R Forest 

Thompson. J Rosemont 

Tonga, A. W SMi ton 

fowler. J. (Sup.) Brantlord 

Taylor. H. D Buckhorn 

Walker, W Walsinghan Centre 

Walker, J Harriston 

Watson, G Wixidhatn 

Whiteworth, E Plaitpville 

Willis, C.S., P.M. Col. Wolseley. NWT 

W -ori. G Malton 

Wellwood. N Sindford 

Weatherell, W. J Wttlkerton 

Methodist Episcopal Church 
in Caiiaila 

Has three Annual Conferences, and 
one General Conference. The latter is 
Quadrennial. 

Rev. A. Carman. D.D., B ishnp, Belle 
ville. 

NIAGARA CONFERENCE, 

Which meets at Strathroy the third 

Wednesday in April, 1884. 

Rev. R C Parsons, Secretary. 

Adams, K Kenwiok 

Adkins. T. J Humberstone 

Andrews, (J. W., B.A Straihroy 

Athoe. T Waterford 

Allison, J. R Glencoe 

Butler, T. W Glenshee 

Bloodsworth, Jacob Hertford 

Urij-tol. B ler^.wille 

Bdsioi. C. W A\lruer 

Bristol. E Ancestor 

brown, W. St Thomna 

Brown. Thomas Durivillo 

Burdntt. C Wallaccburg 

Cook. II A 8mithville 

Chrichton, C. Portage La PrainV, Man 

Claik, Wm B.-lleville 

Clement. ,K Ti>leytown 

Cohoe, B. L Mouiitsberg 



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Collins. J. M Florence 

Collamore. 0. G Jerseyville 

Cook, R. B Staffurdville 

Cutler. J. B Fulton 

Davis, J. T Springfield 

Dickey, N Wyoming 

Dimmick, M Moosonim, Manitoba 

Duff, R Ant-aster 

Ecker, I) Catiboro 

Fansher, W Essex Centre 

Fair-child, J. F Princeton 

Fair. II. J "... Thames r ord 

Ferguson, J Tilsonbnrg 

Fletcher, W. M Corseley 

Fryer, J. P Dresdi-n 

Fulcher, G Thamesville 

French, S. Y Guilds 

Gardiner, J Ingersoll 

Gee, A. L Brantford 

Griffiti, D. (Sup d) Staffordville 

Griffin, M Avon 

Griffith. A. U 3t. Thomas 

Hartley, G Pulmerston 

Howey, R. A Wueatley 

H Usjhson, W. D Delaware 

Johnson. G. [I Arkona 

Kearns, David Berlin 

K^lley. D. W Kainham Centre 

Kennedy, A Norwich 

Kennedy, D. M Highgate 

Kejnedy, J Mt. Brjdges 

Kennedy, J. H Troy 

Kerr, S L Owen Sound 

Kilty, II. J Florence 

Knott. 8 Thedford 

Lawrence. B. (Sup d) Newbury 

Lawrence, G. (Sup d) !ng*r*nll 

Laycuck, J Park Hill 

Ling F. l> Oil Springs 

Lounsbury, E St. Thomas 

Lui-ey, J Mouutslvrg 

McCutcheon. T. L Mitchell s Bay 

Mclntosh, W Kent Bridge 

Mitchell, J Btlieviile 

Morden. J. P Arva 

More. C. A LMiden 

Myers, P Ctittam 

Nethercott. Jas Sonibra 

Parker, A. J Bavfield 

Parsons, R. C Ri.jgetown 

Pelley, E. G Tilsonlmr^ 

Philips. J. R Alvimton 

Pickard, M Leamington 

Pomcroy, D Roiidcau 

Pomeroy . W M Rondeau 

Parsons. W. H Tapleytnwi 

Reynolds, J Inkers-ill 

Rose, J Welland 

Scratch, A Kmbro 

Saudmon, T. C Benmillnr 

Service, II. (Sup y) St. Mary s 

Sharp, D Lynden 

Shaw, W. H Lambeth 

Smith, G. (Sup d) Meaford 

Smith, T. J Hensall 

Stewart. S. ( Sup d) Lynden 

Sutton. J. W London 

Saunders. A BertU 

Smith, A Port Robinson 

Teeple. W. M A 

Terwilliger. S. (Sup d) Ii)grsoll 

Tuffo-d. J. C. (Sup d) Vylni r 

Van Wyok. J. Hamilton 

Vollick, 0. W Sution 

Vollick. W. N Swe,:,pr<; 

Waid, W. M >t D.vid s 

Warner. R. I St. Thinu-f 

Webb, J Ilannon 

Wnli;ter. T. (Sup d) Newbi:ry 

Will. Wm Carman, Manitoba 

Williams. D Nixon 

Williamson, J. S Hamilton 

W TM. J Fer. iUMm 

Winlow. J. W Waterford 

Yokom. \V Port Huron 

Youn^, James Belleville 

Young, J. C Emerson, Man 



ONTARIO CONFERENCE, 

Which holds its next Annual Meeting 

at Sterling, April 30th, 1SS4 

Rev. J. Curts, Secretary. 

Abbs, G Georgetown 

Argue, T Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Aylesworth, I. B., LL.D..Mt Forest 

Badgley, E. I., D.D Belleville 

Baker. E. N. , B.A Madoc 

Ball, E. A Belleville 

Bell, T. C Hanover 

Bennett. G Delaware 

Billings, D. M Berlin 

Campbell, A Belleville 

Campbell, J. A Frankford 

Carson, R Inve.rmay 

Clark. G Orangeville 

Cooper, A Palnieraton 

Grossly, D. O Campbelltord 

Curts, J Colborne 

Denike, R. B Campbellford 

Durkee, J. F Shelbnrne 

Dyer, W. P., M. A Belleville 

Egan, J Uxbridge 

Ferguson, A. T Palermo 

Ferguson, W. P Oshawa 

Ferrier, W. F Creemore 

Finn, F. M Carmon, Manitoba 

Foster, J (Sup d) Thornbury 

Gordon, R Invermay 

Hilts, J. H Kincardine 

Horton, G Wooler 

Howard, F,. E Trenton . 

Button. B. L Mt. Forest 

Jacques, J. R., D.D Belleville 

Kerr, J. M Newmarket 

Laidlaw, W Seagrave 

Large, II Brampton 

[.eek, J Credit 

Love, T Creemore 

Lynch, J Willowdale 

i ,eek. \V Bramptou 

M.-i> bee, W. J Colborne 

.U irsli, R. W Centreton 

Mavety, T. W Belleville 

Martin, A Norham 

May bee, A. C Brooklin 

Meyers, T Brighton 

Miller, G Brooklin 

Moran, J. X Oakwood 

Morrison. 8 Glen Williams 

Norman, W. E (Sup d) Trenton 

Ottawell. W Palmerston 

Pimlott, W Thornbury 

Pirritte. W Hamilton 

Rankin. C. E King 

Redditt. J. J Port Perry 

Reed, T Quecnsville 

Sanderson, R Myrtle 

Sanderson, J. W Teeswater 

Scarrow, D Kincardine 

Scott, N. E Hea.li ord 

Simpson, (, . A Orono 

Simvson, J. M \urora 

Smith, F. M Garafr:ixa 

iison, G. W Enniskillen 

Taylor, C Emerson, Manitoba 

Taylor, R Garden Hill 

Vickery, J Me.if ord 

Wai ne, F. W.... Carman, Manitoba 

W ills. J. H Eramosa 

Watts, F. W Oshawa 

Williams, R Belleville 

Wright, A. (Sup d) WallUidge 

BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE, 
Whose next session will be heid at 
Farmersville, commencing on tin- 
third Wednesday in Ma 
Rev. Win. Blair, M.A., &. /./,////. 

Allen, H.I. (Coll.) Foxboro 

Anderson, A. II ... .Rapid Ci; 

Amlivws, J. H 

i Andrews, J. W Tweed 

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Austin, B. F., B.A ...... St. Thomas 

Barnett, W .............. Inkerman 

Bass, W. A ................ In verary 

Bell, G. A .............. Lyndhurst 

Bell, J. S .............. Shannonville 

Belts, L. A ................ Napanee 

Bird, W. (Sup d) .......... Belleville 

Blair, W., B.A ........ Farmersville 

Briggs, J. W .............. Petrulia 

Bnggs, S. G ............ Sherritigtoa 

Brill, D ..................... Toledo 

Brown, W ................. Iroquois 

Brown, D., (Sup d) ........ Napanee 

Bruce, D. C ........... Mallorytown, 

Card, S ................... Napauee 

Chisholm, F .................. Ljn 

Clarke, J. T ................ Ardeu 

Cornell, J .C .............. Riceville 

Davy, M. f Sup d) .......... Michigan 

Donoghue, T .............. Belleville 

Duprau, S .................. Morven, 

Dunham, J. P .......... Gananoque 

l-M wards, Robert ......... Belleville 

Faull, James ............ Tamworth 

Ferguson, J ............... Canifton 

Ferguson, S .................. Selby 

French, G ............... Fr.inkford: 

Frizzell, C. P ........ Demorestvillq 

, J. H ............... Ottawa 

Graham, W. H .......... Morrisburg 

Henderson, W. G .......... Prescott 

Howard, E. S ............. Iroquois 

Howard, N. H ............... tlgiii 

Hudgins, W. G ........... Belleville 

Lane, H. (Sup d) ........... Maynard 

LaDa, S W. (Sup d). Coral, Mich.,U 8 
Mallory, J. O ............ Deseronto 

Mavety. Jolm ............ Kingston 

Me Donald, T. H ............ Od . ssa 

McQuade, H ................ Loboro 

Olivant, E .............. Gananoque 

Orser, A R ............... \rnprior 

Orser, E. A ................. Parhaiu 

Palmer, W. T ............ Chisiiolm 

Pk k .-tt, T. W .............. I 1 

Pope, R. M ....... . ..... Hell 

Richard. Thos .......... Westmeatli 

Uobeson, J. K .............. Milford 

llobes. -n, Joshua .......... Renfrew 

a, J. A .............. Lindsay 

rson, E. A .......... Newburg 

Sanderson, E. G. P .......... Arden 

Service, W ........ West Winchester 

Shorts, Alex .............. Cardinal 

Shorts, Robert .......... Brockville 

Smith, D .............. Chesterville 

Snider. W. H. (Sup di.... Belleville 



Stratlou. F. B ............. Sterling 

Terwililiigvr, \V. ^C<iU.)..X. An 
Traveller, A. I) ......... Morn- 

!, A. H .......... Chesterville 

Wage r, P .................. Verona- 

Wei He, W. W .......... Woli e Island 

Wl.itc, G. S .............. Aultsville 

Williams, H. I Si/p d) ...... Belleville 

Wilson. l>. (Sup d J.. .. Ameliasburg 

Wilson. ,1. P., JS.A ....... Kingston. 

Wilson, W. H .......... Ameli.i 

r .......... Hintonburg 

Young. . f.-Yc. Con.) ...... Coboiirg 

Young, S ................. Belleville 



Krnngclicnl Association of 
>orlh America, Canada. 

Will hold its next Conference at 
loo, Waterloo Co., Out, on the 
Third Thursday iu April, IXS-l. 

Rev. Thomas Bowman, Bishop, Allan- 
town, Pa. 

Rev. M. L. Wing, See., Campden, O. 
Rev. S. N. Mover, .Ui s.s/o/i 1 rt.- 
Rev. J. J. Kliphardt, Missionary Sec. 
Rev. I). Dippel, Conference Treasurer. 
Rev. W. Ungelbach, Mi.^ion n Jreas. 



118 



CLEEGT. 



[1884. 



Alles, Peter Waterloo j 

Bechtel, J. (Retired) Mildmay | 

Bechtel, J. jun. (Local}.. .. Mildinay I 

Berbericli, W St. Jacobs j 

Bernhardt, G. (Retired) Crediton 

Brand, D. H ..Berlin 

Braun, G St. Jacobs 

Braun, C. F Golden Lake 

Braun, G. K. (Local) Crediton 

Devitt, J. K. (Local) Berlin 

Dierlamm, H Zuricli 

Dippel, D Hamilton 

Eby, Elias Pembroke 

Finkbeiner, G Rodney 

Fry, Isaac (Local) South Cayuga 

Goetz, J. (Local) Sebringville 

Graeb, 8. C Arnprior 

Graff, G. M Gowanstown 

flaist, G. F Pnilipsburg 

Hauch, Theo Mildmay 

Herlan, F Mildmay 

Kliphard, J. J Sebringville 

Knechtel, S. E Dashwood 

Krafi, 8 Lynedock 

Kreh, D Hanover 

Krupp, S Ridgeville 

Lingelbach, W Port Elgin 

Maurer, M Milverton 

Meyer, F Benmiller 

Miller, J. (Local) Elmira 

Moyer, 8. N , Hespeler 

Morloek, J. C Plattsville 

Morley, 8. (Retired) Cainpden 

Nash, J. (Local) Campden 

Pfeffer, C. (Retired) Benmiller 

Rieder, I) New Hamburg 

Rife, D. (Local) Hespeler 

Sdiier, H. (Retired) . . Chippawa 

Scharffe, F. (Retired] Dashvvood 

Schmidt, W New Hamburg 

Schmidt, H. G. G Alsfeld 

Schmitt, J. A Crediton 

Schneider, N. (Retired) Souib Cayuga 

Schwarz, F. G New Hamburg 

Schwandt. W Hanover 

Spies, C A Mildmay 

Spies, F. S Sebringville 

Staebler, J Morriston 

Staebler, C South Cayuga 

Steuernagel, C. (Retired). ^ Waterloo 
Thede, Joseph (Loral).. . .Port Elgin 

Thomas, H. A Heidelberg 

Umbarh, J New Hamburg 

Umbaoh, S. L Berlin 

Wagner, L. H Bismark 

Walter, J. (Local) Gowanstown 

Weber, S Walkerton 

Werner, H Ta vistoi. k 

Wild fang, L Tavistock 

Wing, M. L Cainpden 

Wnikler, P St. Jacobs 

Wittich, L Rockingham 

Yenny, J. D Waterdown 



Congregational Dennilua- 
tiou. 

The Congregational Union of On 
tario nml Quebec will liold its ;: xt 
meeting in Montreal, on Wednesday, 
June <ith, 1884, at 7.30 p.m. 

Rev. Charles Puff, M.A., Chairman. 
Rev. W. W. Smith, Newmarket, O., 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

Congregational Ministers in Canada. 

Adams, L. P Fitch Bay, Q 

Allworth, Win. H Froine, O 

Barker, E Toronto 

Barker, Joseph Sheffield. X IS 

*Baker, Thomas Hamilton 

Bernan, J. L St. John, N B 

Beaton, David St. Johns, Nfld 

Black, J. R., B.A. Garafraxa.O 

Black, R. K Granby, Q 

Bolton, Chas. E Wiarton, O 



Bray, A. J Montreal 

Brown, John Pilot Mound, Man 

Brown, Robort.. .Pilot Mound, Man 

Burgess, E. J Valetta, O 

Burgess, Win Valetta, O 

Burton, J., B.D Toronto 

Cameron, D. W.Keswiek Ridge, N B 

Claris, W. H. A Sarnia, O 

*Clarke, W. F Winnipeg, Man 

*Cornish,Geo.,LL.D.(Pro/.) Montreal 
Cox, Jacob W. ..Lower Sehnah, N S 

Day, B. W Lanark, O 

Duff, A., D.D Sherbrooke, Q 

Duff, C.. M. A Toronto 

* i\bbs, Edward Toronto 

*Fenwiek, K. M. (Prof.). . .Montreal 

Fuller, Geo Brantford, O 

Gunner, Fred., M.D.. .. Listowel, O 

*Hall, Thomas Kingston, O 

Hay, R Warwick, O 

Hay, Wm Scotland, O 

Hill, E. M Montieal 

Hindley, J. I., M.A Barrie, O 

Hughes, H Paris, O 

Hunter, H. D London, O 

Jacfcson, S. N., M.D Kingston 

James, F Eaton, Q 

Johnson, G. W Milton, N S 

McColl,E.C.W.,Af.4..Middleville,O 

McFadyen, A. L., B.A Kingston 

*McGill, A , JI/.^t.Ryckmau s Cor., O 

McGregor, A. F., B.A Toronto 

McGregor, Duncan Guelph, O 

*McKillican, J. (C.S.S.U.).. Montreal 

Main, A. W Economy, N S 

Macallum, D St. Elmo, O 

Macintosh, W Melbourne, Q 

*Mac.kay, R. (Evangelist).. Kingston 

Morton, J Hamilton . O 

Peacock, W Pleasant River, N S 

Pedley, Hugh Cobourg 

Pedley, ("has., B.A. New Durham, 

Powis, H. D Toronto 

Price, W. F Stanstead S. , Q 

Ptirkis, G Waterville, Q 

* Robinson, R. 

Robertson, Geo., B A. Georgetown, O 

Reikie, T. M.. Toronto 

Ross, C. L Margaree, N S 

Saer, J. B., B.D Winghnm, O 

Salmon, John, B.A Toronto 

Sanderson, J G Danville, Q 

Shannon, W. H. N Forest, O 

Shipperley, J Chebogue, N S 

Silcox, E. D Embro, O 

Silcox, J. B Winnipeg, Man 

Skinner, Geo Kincardine, O 

Smith, W. W Newmarket, O 

*Solandt, A Inverness, Q 

Stevenson,S.F.,LL..,i).lJ. Montreal 

Sykes, S Liverpool, N H 

Squires, John Random , Nfld 

Staeey, W Belleville, O 

Unsworth, Joseph Stouffville, O 

Vivian, K. 

Walker, W. (Indian) Chippawa Hill, O 

W:irrinor,W.H.,B.X. Bowmanville.O 

Way, W. H Pine Grove. O 

Whitman, J Manchester, N S 

Wild, Joseph, D.D Toronto 

HVilkes, H., D.D., LL.D.. .Montreal 

Willet, George Covvansville, Q 

Wetnerahl, W St. Catharines, O 

Wood, John Ottawa 

Wright, J. C Edgar, O 

Whyte, George.. .. Twillingate, Nfld 
("* Not in Pastnral Charyt.] 

Regular Baptist, ministers 

ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND 
MANITOBA. 

Adams, H. F Quebec 

Ainsworth, W Brighton 

Alexander, John Brockville 

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Anderson, G Aldershot 

Anderson, J. W Emerson, Man. 

Anderson, W. K Lindsay 

Anderson, S. G . Parkhill 

Arms, A. L Richford, Vt. 

Ashley, B. F Woodstock 

Baker, A. C Walkerton 

Baker, J. J. , B. A Fonthill 

Baker, C. R Venison Creek 

Baldwin, J. A Villa Nova 

Barber, J. T Manitowaning 

Bates, S. S., B.4-- Coble s Corners 

Becker, S Tavistock 

Best, J. H Peterboro 

Best, A. R Ready 

Binga, A Amherstburgh 

Bone, T. (Missionary) *&t, Catharines 

Booker, Theopli Claramont 

Bos worth, K Mount Forest 

Botterill, E. M. C Toronto 

Boyes, J. II Strom ness 

Bridgman, R Jersey ville 

Bnmillet, T Roxton Pond, Que. 

Burke, J Hartford 

Burns, Geo Forestville 

Bui-tch. D. D * xley 

Bin-wash, A Sawyersville, Que. 

Bush, F. (Retired). ... .. ..Chatham 

Calder, J. G Petrolia 

Cameron, J Tiverton 

Cameron, R,., M.A Brantford 

Cameron, A. A Winnipeg 

Campbell, J. L Cheltenham 

Campbell, M. P Arnprior 

Carey, O. C Plattsville 

Carey, W Nevrry 

Castle, J. H., D.D Toronto 

Chapman, I. M Bloomsburg 

Chandler, J Barford, Que 

Clarke, J. W Ingersoll 

Clarke, W. N,, D.D Montreal 

Cueetliam, W Brockviile 

Cocks, H Kidgtown 

Cohoe, D. B Springford 

Collins, T Stratliroy 

Colwell, G. T Metcalfe 

Coutts, James Georgetown 

Cook, Chas A Toronto 

Crawford, John, D.D Rapid City 

Craig, J., -B.A. (Missionary to India). 

Craig, R. H Fingal 

Currie, G. F. (Missionary to India). 

Curry, D (Ketired) Wol verton 

Cunnings, S. G Stonewall, Man 

Cunningham, R. M Poplar Hill 

Cunningham, S Waterford 

Curry, J Sunderland 

Curtis, George 

Dadson, E. W., B A Toronto 

Davidson, T. L., D.D Tiverton 

Davidson, D. B Forest 

ftiinn, F Chesley 

Davis,G.B.,-B.D., Rapid City, N. W.T. 

Davis, S. II Dresden 

Dawlcy, W. W., B.A Guelph 

Dayt oot, P. K., B.A.. Port Colborne 

Dempsey, John Ailsa Craig 

Denoviwi, Joshua Toronto 

Dougharty, G. A., M.A., Leamington 

Dowiing, J. T Colborne 

Dutling, R. M Amherstburgh 

Dyke, S. A Toronto 

Dnnlop, J. C Durham 

Everton, G S. Spring Is , B.C. 

Facey , A . M Kent Bi idge 

Freed, W. (Lie.) Port Rowan 

Faulkner, J. W Sandwich 

Fellman, Jacob Berlin 

Forth, J Dresden 

Fraser, W Georgetown 

Gales, Thomas Montreal 

Gibson, Jesse Portage la Prairie 

Gillies, A Sawyersville, Que. 

Gilmour, J Palmyra 

Gold, M Whitby 

Grant, A London 



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119 



Grant, James Pans 

Grant, W Sallord 

Gray, John Clinton 

Green, J. (Bible Society) Montreal 

Green, Thos. B Bolton, Que. 

Haminet, J Holt 

Haryett, W Sparta 

Harris, E., B.A Toronto 

Harris, S. G Binbrook 

Ha vi land, W. H Waterford 

Haycock, C. W Cornell 

Hazelton, W. P.... Waterdown 

Helmrich, Anton ..Sebastopol, Que. 

Henderson, Thomas Montreal 

Herrington, C. S Tilsonburg 

Herrington, R. D Kingsville 

Higgins, John Pembroke 

Hillyard, W... Auburn 

Hind, G Glenville 

Holbein, W White Lake 

Holmes, Robert Toronto 

Holtzhausen. F. A Orillia 

Hooper, E Toronto j 

Huff, J. B Florence 

Hulbert, W Langton 

Hutchinson, D St. Thomas 

Hyde, J. H Alvinston 

Hyde, J. L Scotland 

Her, J. A Port Burwell 

Her, Jacob Ottawa 

Her, Leonard (Bap. Col.) Toronto 

Jackson, S Louisville 

Johnson, J Brookfield 

Johnson, T. S Sarnia 

Johnson, T. C Windsor 

Kelly, S. J Renfrew 

King, John Dalesville, Que. 

King, Joseph D Paris 

Kinney, W. B Granby, Que. 

Klinker, T Tavistock 

Kornmaier, S Aruprior 

Kroe.sch, W Elmira 

Lacey, W Claremont 

Lafleur, T Montreal 

Laing, D. T Strathroy 

Lambert, W Orillia 

Landon, W. H Woodstock 

Law, W. H Ranelagh 

Lennie, R Dundas 

Lince, J ! Komoka 

Lobb, R. J WeUaad 

Lowe, J. H Jersey ville 

Luckens, T Smith s Kails 

Lyman, W Sylvan 

Mackie, J Brampton 

Macholtz, R Nt 

MacVicar, M. . LL.D Toronto 

Manning, J. W Almonte 

Maniuardt, C. L Zurich 

Marsh, David Quebec 

Mason, George Oaltnn 

Masset, S. F Kingsey Kails 

Me Arthur, D. D Doniiniouville 

McCaul, D West Lynne, M:in. 

McColl, D. J ". VV estover 

MeConnell, H. A Whitevale 

McConnell, S Port Burwell 

McDonald, Alex Winnipeg, Man. 

McDonald, N. (Retired) Wallaeeburg 

McDonald, P London 

MeDiarmid, A. P., M.A Ottawa 

McDiarmid, D Breadalbane 

McEwen, James Brantford 

V. Kwen, J. P Owen Sound 

Vriv.ven, P. B., B.A Clarence 

M.-.Ewr i. P. H Thurso, Que. 

McFadven, A Hill>burg 

Bgor, D. A., B.A Stratford 

Mciircgfir, W Fenelon Falls 

Me I nt vi- , A Stayiu-r 

Mp.Intyre, Robert Pri""vdl.- 

McKinuon, J. B.. .. Shawville, Que. 

M d/uinn, C. C Kemptville 

McLaurin. J. (Missionary to India). 

McLaurin. I). P Toronto 

McNabb, F. F., A.M Arnprir 



MeNeill, D Ormoud 

Meyers, J. H Woolwich 

Mihell, D St. George 

Mo.re, J. B Tilsonburg 

Moyk, W. (Lie.) Tavistock 

Moyle, J. E St. Andrews 

Muir, W Toronto 

M unro, A . H Montreal 

Murdin, Wm Palestine, Man. 

Murdoch, A., LL.B Fallbrook 

Newman, A. H., M.A Toronto 

Oliver, G. L Hartford 

Ohlgart, M Wilmot 

Osborne, W. T Conrtright 

Parker, A Dixville, Que. 

Pengelly, J. H Drumbo 

Pickard, Robert, B.A Guelph 

Pickard, W Woodstock 

Poelhinan, Thomas New Dundee 

Prosser. W Ridgetown 

Porter, W. H., M.A. .St. Catharines 

Pugsley, W Charlotte ville 

R-.ii nboth, E Beauharnois, Que. 

Randall, L. M Cheapside 

Ratclitf, Frederick Peterboro 

Ueddick, D Vittoria 

Reid, H Brisbane 

Richards, N Onondaga 

Richardson, Geo Woodstock 

Richmond. H New Sarum 

Riendeau, T.. Ste. Marie de Monnoir 
Roberts, J. (Ret.) .. .Drummondville 

Roberts, A., B.A Brantford 

Robertson, G. F St. Mary s 

Robertson, P. G Aurora 

Rock, G Wilfrid 

Ross, Robert Port Elgin 

Rowland, D. W St. Thomas 

Seaborn, John Nugent 

Sherman, E. D Delta 

Slaght, A Waterford 

Silcox, J. W Clear Creek 

Sliter, S. P Morton 

Sinclair, Thomas Port Burwell 

Sin-ell, J Nissouri 

Smith, A St. Thomas 

Smith, Eph. (Retired) Vienna 

Speller, H. C ...Whitby 

Smith, W., M.D Brookholm 

Smith, Ira Waterford 

Smith, J Stirling 

Smith, J. T Simcoe 

St. Dalmas,A.B. de (B. Col.) Toronto 

Stewart, A Durham 

Stewart, J. W. A., B.A Hamilton 

Stuart, John, B.A Beamsville 

Stobo, E. J Belleville 

Stumpf. J Hanover 

Tupseott, S Stouffville 

Tapscott, W. T Aylmer 

Tvale, J. H Victoria, B.C. 

Then-inn. A. L... Grande Ligne, Que 

Thomas, B. D., D.D Toronto 

Thome, J. W Perth 

Timpany.A.V. (Missionary to 1 

Trenaman, W Palmyra 

Topping, E Woodstock 

Trotter, J. E Toronto 

Trotter, T Ingersoll 

Troy, W Windsor 

Turnbull, Alex., B.A Siin<-<>r 

Turner, C. B Barnston. Que 

Tuttle, J. B., M.A Brantford 

Vaidoon. J Delhi 

Walker, Wm Toronto 

Walker, Charles Stratford 

Walker, Wm. S Gait 

Ware, H Kincardine 

Watson, E Sarnia 

Williams, Jonathan Teeterville 

Williamson, Jos Arkona 

Woodward, H Bnrgessville 

Wright, D Lindsay 

Wiliett, C. C Toronto 

Wittet, G. L South Middleton 

Wolverton, N., B.A Woodstock 

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Bible Christian Church in 
Canada. 

Connexional Officers. 

E. Roberts, Presid-ent. 

J. Harris, Secretary. 

H. J. Nott, Ed lor. 

E. Roberts, Book Steward. 

R. T. Courtice, Missionary Secretary. 

A. Richard, Financial Secretary. 

W. S. Quanoe. Church Secretary. 

W. H. Butt, Sunday School Secretary. 

J. Kenner. \j om tCen. Treasurer* 
a. oouon, ) 

Allin, Roger Laketield 

Ailin, S. J Talbotville 

Archer, J Dereham 

Ayers, Walter Mitchell 

Bailey, H. E Welcome 

Ball, J..Vernon River Bridge, P.E.I 

Beer, Wm. C Little Britain 

Blatchford, T. W., B.A... London S 

Bodle, G. (Sup) Belleville 

Broad, T Civditon 

Bryenton, W..Wheatley River, P.E.I 

Butcher, J. W Peterb >ro 

Butt, William H London 

Brown, Thomas Huntingdon 

Cannom George F Kimville 

Cannom, John W Uxbridge 

Chappie, John (Sup.).. Chagrin Falls 

Clarke, A Welcome 

Collins, J Hamilton 

Copelahd, Geo. H Port Hope 

Coombe, Wm Camborne 

Courtice, A. C., B.A.. Prince Albert 

Courtice, K. T Welcome 

Dafoe, J. A Summerside, P. E I 

Davidson. K.. Burlington, Wfc , U.S 

Down, Wesley Manners 

Dunkley, G Campbelltord 

Eyuon, J. H., (Sup.) Exeter 

Gale, J. (Sup.) Bowmanville 

Gordon, A.. ..Alexandria, Manitoba 

Greenway, J Crystal City, Man 

Harris, John Bowmanville 

Haycraft,G.(Sp.)L. Prairie, Wis. ,U. S 
Holmes, John (Sup.).. .. St Thomas 
lloskin, James.. ..Souris, Manitoba 

Hull, T. R Port Hope 

Hurley, R. (Sa,j.) Welcome 

Jolilie, W Peterboro 

Jones,F O.C. .Barry, Cayatoga,( ).,U.S 

Kenner, John Clinton 

Kestle, James Fnllerton 

Langdon, J. (Sup.). . . . Prince Albert 
Lean, John 8 Sussex, Wis., U.S 

Limbert, W Lindsay 

Mailett, R., B.A Manilla 

Mason, T Windsor 

Medland.W ,Palmyra,Jef n.Wis ,U S 
Metherall, Moses .... Fentlon Falls 

Moore, H Columbus 

Muxworthy, S Colchester 

Newcumbu, Henry A Wi irton 

N.,tt, H. J. (Editor).... Bowmanville 

Oke Hamilton 

1 ascoe, W. S Ext-ter 

Poolcy, John Gcorgina 

Qnance, Wm Klim ville 

Reynolds, W. E.Murray Harb r.P. E.I 

Hire, J. J Cobourg 

| Rice, S. H Talbotville Royal 

, Richard, Alex Orono 

Uoach, W. R Duffin s Creek 

Roberts, E Toronto 

Rollins P (*<;).) Bowmanviile 

Rollins, W Yorkville, Wis., U.S 

Row , R. 15 IngersoH 

Sabine, T. J Carlovr 

Smith, G Palmerston 

Spirgo, Wm. H liensall 

Tli .mas, R.... Chagrin Falls, O. U.S 

Tonkin, E. A Jannetville 

Tredrea, J. M..Chrlotteville. P. K.I 



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Thompson, S. J Perry Town 

Veole, John Oediton 

Webber, G Oshawa 

Whitlock, J Hampton 

Whitlock, F.M Cleveland, 

Wickett, L W London East 

Williams, D Belleville 

Williams, J. (Si,p.) Mitchell 

Woodgee, Frederick Oakwood 

Yelland, J. G Lambeth 



Evangelical Liiithevan Synod 
ol Canada. 

The next annual meeting will be 
held at Sebastopol, Out., the lirst 
Wednesday before full moon in June, 
1884. 

Eev. F. Veit, President. 
Kev. R. Von Pirch, Secretary. 
Kev. J. Brezing, Mission President. 
Mr. Van der Smissen, Treasurer. 

List of the Clergy. 

Berner, U New Dundee 

Braun, J . L , Waterloo 

Brezing, J Heidelberg 

Degnisrie, J Philipsbnrgh 

Pish burn, M. H. North Williamsburg 

Genzmer, E Toronto 

Heinzelmau, J Rostork 

Jelden, F Neustadt 

Kiunard, J Morrfsbu rg 

Langholz, H Thorne 

Meyer, T. H Hamilton 

Miller, W Unionville 

Munzinger, J. N Desboro 

Ongersh, M Brodhagen 

Petsehke, R Pembroke 

Uein, W Hanover 

Schroeder, C Preston 

Sehulz, R. A Bhnira 

Sommer, Al Listowel 

Spring, C. F New Hamburg 

Strempfer, J Wellesley 

Veit, F Tavistock 

Von Pirch, R Berlin 

Wurster, J Preston 



British Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Canada. 

Pounded A.D. 1856. 

Bight Rev. R. R. Disney, Bishop, <!en. 
Supt. and Connex:onal and Foreign 
Miss. Treas , Chatham. 

Rev. C. A. Washington, General Book 
Steward, Chatham. 

Amos Johnston, Superan d Ministers 
Treas., Hamilton, Ont. 

R. Berry, Home Miss. Treas., London. 

Samuel Parker. Jun. Mission Treas. 
Bermuda District, Hamilton, Ba. 

Anderson, L B Collingwood 

Banyoun, J. O Amherstburgh 

Banyouri. P. O Colchester 

Boston), J.. .Harlem Missi ii, D S A 

Brooks, M. C Halifax, N S 

Brown, W Vergenoegan, DBG 

Brown, G. W Toronto 

Burchell, B..St. David s Island, W I 
Butler, C. (Home Mis. Ag tJ. London 

Bascomb, I lios Demarara, E C 

Chauucy, J. (HomeM is. Ag l) Dresden 

Coleman, Jesse Halifax, N S 

Crosby, Oswell Pleasant Valley 

Crosby, J. W Liverpool, N S 

Crawford, W. T Hamilton, Ba 

Delaney, J Drummoudviile 

Dorsey, C. W Hamilton, Ba 

French, Edward Salem, S A 

Green, Benj. .Windsor Forest, Dem. 



Gibbons, C.W. Tuekertown, Bermuda 

Gittins, J 1 .aJealousie, S A 

Griffiths.W., Green wich P k, W.C.S.A 

Hall, Stephen (Sup d) Windsor 

Hall, S. P Ingeraoll 

Hamilton, Charles.. . Yarmouth, N S 
Harper, E. McP..St. Thomas, D WI 

Hawkins, W London 

Hill, W. B Shelburne, N S 

Jackson, P Round Eau 

Jefferson, T., Mayvey Memo l Chapel 

Johnson, Robt. (Sup d) Bronte 

Johnson, J. A St. Catharines 

Johnson, John Windsor, N S 

Johnson, P. W St. John, N S 

Masterson, John.. Bronte & Oakville 

Mayo, Charles Brantford 

Miller, R Brantford 

Miller, Thomas Owen Sound 

McCarthy, Peter Collingwood 

O Banyoun, J Amherstburg 

Peaker, Richard Buxton 

Richards. J. W Hague. S A 

Roberts, L. B Hamilton 

Rivers, Samuel. ...Georgetown, Dem 
Samuels, P.B.A., Windsor Forest, S A 

Smith, Fleming Bedford, N S 

Smith, S. D. W Buxton 

Stewart, B Guelph 

Stewart, N. B Georgetown, B G 

Steele, Jam^s Buxton 

Thomas, Tidman. ...Stewartville, S A 

Thomas, C Peel 

Washington, C. A Chatham 

Wayner, Jeremiah Otter ville 

Wh ipper, B. P Dresden 

White, Peter.. ..Coolie Mission, S A 
Youbauks, Wm Amnerst, N S 



Canada Dist. of the Evangelical 
Lutheran Synod of Missouri, 
Ohio, and other States. 

The next annual meeting of this 
body will be held in Berlin, Waterloo 
Co., Ont., commencing the second 
Wednesday in September, 1885. 
Rev. F. Dubpernell, President. 
Rev. J. C. Borth, Secretary. 
Mr. George Renfer, Treasurer. 

Andres, P Berlin 

Bente, F Humberstone 

Borth, J. C Ottawa 

Bruer, H Alsleldt 

Dubpernell, F Sebringville 

Eifert, R Pembroke 

Frosch, J Elmira 

(Jans, W. J Magnc. tawau 

Germeroth, Chr .Shipley 

Grossberger, A. C Stom-bridge 

Halboth, M Fisherville 

Kaiser, W. J Wartbnrg 

Karrer, J Delhi 

Kir-mis. J Wellesley 

Pleiffer, L Mitchell 

Schroeder, F Dash wood 

Hoffmeier, F. (Teacher). Stonebridge 



United BivJ Jii-oii in Christ. 

Conference meets second Thursday 
in \pril, 1884, Forks Road Chapel, 
Welland Co. 

D. B. Sherk, P. Eld-r. 

A. B. Sherk, Missionary Secretary. 

Atkinson, M. W Bloomlngdale 

Backus. C. W Canning 

r.ackus, J. B Forks Road 

Backus, G. W West Montros". 

Bowman, J. L., A.M. Berlin 

Bowman, J. B Berlin 

Charlesworth, W Port Klu in 

Clark, R A Strallbrdville 

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Cornell, W Strafford ville 

Mager, J Hanover 

M cCombs, J Fonthill 

Moore, W Duart 

Plowman, G Sheffield 

Rott, G West Montrose 

Scott, G., A.M. . Alfred Centre, N Y 

Sherk, A. B Stevensville 

Sherk, D. B Berlin 

Sherk, J.. Victoria, Van. Island, B C 

Sherk, M Blair 

Spencer, J. W Sherkston 

Wait, G Straffordville 



Conference of the Christian 
Church in Ontario. 

Rev. T. Gar-butt, President. 

L. Lehman, Willowdale, Secretary. 

J. E. Gould, Oshawa, Treasurer. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD -Revs. T. Gar- 
butt, C. H. Ilainerand J. H. Shoults; 
Bros. B. W. Howard, A. A. Ganisby. 

Conference meets at Oshawa on 
Wednesday, at 2 o clock p.m., before 
the third Sunday in June, 1884. 

Ordained Ministers. 

Clark, L Murdoek 

Garbutt, T Newmarket 

G raham, J Queensville 

Hainer, C. H Oshawa 

Morgan, J. F Stanfordville, N Y 

Peer, Wm Toronto 

Percy, Win Stouffville 

Pilkey, J. C Bloomington 

Prosser, D.. Queensville 

Prosser, S Lexington, Mich 

Rogers, B. J Oshawa 

Russ, J. L Grafton 

Shoults, J. H.. . Markham 

VauCamp, J Bowmanville 

Willoughby, J Little Britain 

Wright, R Lemon ville 

Licentiates. 

Clark, W. S Toronto 

Cowle, W. S Drayton 

Ernes, L. C Orono 

Everingham, J Keswick 

Giltillan, J Bownruuville 

Perkins, G little Britain 

Spring, W. J Ballantrae 

Trull, \V. W Orono 

Van Norman, D Keswick 

Young, W. R Keswick 



IVcw Jerusalem Church of 
Canada (wedenboryiau). 

There is but one Association 01 
this Church in Canada. 
President, Rev. F. W. Tuerk, Berlin. 

Recording Secretary, T. M. Martin. 
Toronto. 

Corri xponding Secretary, C Hendry, 
Conestogo. 

Treasurer, Wm. Hendry, Berlin. 

E ^.i-iitive Committee W. H. Grant, 
Strathroy ; E. Simkins, Toronto ; 
Henry Doering, Milverton ; J. S. 
Saul, Stralhroy ; John Ritter, 
Mill bank; Theo. Bellinger, Wa 
terloo. 
The Ministers living within the 

bounds of the Association are : 

Rev. F. W. Tuerk. Berlin 

Rev. J. E. Bowers Toronto 

Kev. K. 1). Daniels Toronto 

Rev. E. Gould Montreal 



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POLICE MAGISTRATES, PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Aylmer 


W. A. Glover 
Thos. Holden 
Joseph Deacon 
Geo. Haines 
Jas. Weymss 
M. Houston 
A. G. Hill 
J. H. Dumble 
A. Betlume 
Jas. tleak 
T. W. Saunders 
W. II. Young 
Jas. Cahill 
Jas. Cleak 


Inywsoll 


C E Chad wick i Prince Ed. County. 


G. C. Carrey 

J. H. Comfort 
W. J. White 
J O Loane 
Jas Noble 
L. McLean 
( . T. Denison 
James Cieak 
E. R. Hellems 
Mjor Harper 
Alex. Bartlett 
G C. field 


Belleville 
Brock oille 
Bowmnnv ille 
Brautford 


Kingston 
Lake Township 
Lindsay 
L-iivlnn 


, U 11 LI 

. Jas. Cleak 
Arthur O Leary 
E. J. Parke 


St. Catharines .... 
St. Thomas 
Stratford 
Strathroy 


Chatham 
Clifton 
Cobourg 
Cornwall 


Owen Sound.. . . 
0-thawa 
Ottawa 


Geo. Spencer 
Geo. A. Grierson 
. Martin O -iaru, 


Tllsonburg 
Toronto 
Tudor Township 


Grimstkorpe 


Park Hill 
Peterboro 


Win. Wells 
. D. W. Dumble 


Whitbu 


Halton County . . . 


Port Hope 


1!. H. Holland 
. John Nott 


Windsor 
Woodstock 


Hamilton 
Hastings County.. 


Port Colborne . . 


. \V. B. Pi-ingle 



STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES IN ONTARIO. 



Haliburton S. S. Peck, Minden 

Muskoka Chas. W. Lount, Bracebridge 

( John Doran, Pembroke 
Nipissmg ? E B Borron, Sault Ste. Marie 



Parry Sound Patrick McCurry, Parry Sound 

Thunder Bay Robt. Laird, Port Arthur 

Alyoma .. . W. D. Lyon, Hat Portage 



PROVINCIAL ARBITRATORS, ONTARI 

T. H. A. Begue, Chairman... 
Wm. McBuruey Lindsay. 



COUNTY REGISTRARS, ONTARIO. 

Inspector of Registry Offices Sidney Smith, Cobourg. 



^ *&* " . . 


COUNTIES. iC. REGISTRARS. 


CO MIES, 4C 


REGISTRARS. 


:O-.;NTIES. *o. 


REGISTRARS. 


ALOOMA Uis.. 


C. J.Bamptou, Sault Ste. M. 
T.S. Shenston, Braritford 
I). Siueiair. Walkerton. 
W. H. Waller, tiuawa. 
Wm MeKim.Orangeville 
S S. Cook, Morrisburg. 
Geo.C. Ward, Port Hope. 
R Armour, Bo wmanville 
A McLachlin, St Thomas 
J. W. Askin. Sandwich. 
R. M. Rose, Kingston. 
A. McDonalJ, Alexandria 
Patrick M<-Crea, Prescott 
R.McKiiight.Owen Sound 
Thomas bander. Durham 
A.. P. Farrell, Cayuga. 
E Nciicu. Minden. 
Francii Barclay. Milton. 
J. M. Williams Hamilton. 
W H. Pontoa, Belleville. 
Jas. Dickson, Goderich. 


KINGS ON (U) 
KENT 


K. J. Barker, Kiiiftston. 
P. D. McKellur. Chatham 
K. M. Proctor, Sarnia 
John Meuzies. Almoute. 
James Bell. P^rth. 
W II Cole. Brockville. 
M I . Roblin, Napanee. 
Hon. J. G.Currie, St. Cath 
W. C. L. Gill, London. 
Jas Ferguson, London. 
S. Blackburn, Glencoe. 
J. E. Lount, Bracebridge 
John Doran. Pumhroke. 
F. L. Wahh. Simcoe. 
J. M. Grover, (, olhorne. 
Wm. H Kyre. Cobourg. 
|J. Ham Perry, Whithy. 
Alex. Burritt. Ottawa. 
J. Inge-soil, Woodstock. 
A. Starkey, P. Sound. 


PEEL 

"ERTH. N.R... 
S.R.... 

PETERBORO . . 

;J RESOOTT 

PR. EDWARD.. 

ilKNFREW 

RUSSELL 


Samuel Robb, Stratford. 
P. Whelehan, St. Mary s. 

J. HkrginFon, L Orignal 
W. McKenztejWcton. 

A. Irving, Pembroke. 
Jas. Kea;. s. Duncanville 
Samuel Lount. Barrie. 
.1. Copeland, Cornwall. 
W." . Laird P. A Landing 
C. Lindsc-y. Toronto. 
JU. Dunsford, Lindsay. 
l>. McDoutiall, Berlin. 
1). D Everardo. Welland. 
J. Anderson, Arthur. 
\. !IiLrinl)Otham,Guelph 
J.M.WimamB, Hamilton. 
,). Ridout, Toronto. 
J J.Pearson. Newmarket. 


liRUCK 


LAMBTON 
LANARK, N R 

8.R 

LEEDS 


CASLETON .... 
DUFFEBIN.... 


DURHAM, ER. 

" W.R 

ELGIN 


LENNOX* AD. 
LINCOLN 


1,0 DON (C.). 
VIlDDLESEX. K 

W 

VIUSKOKA DlS 

VII-ISSIM; Iiis 

VORFOLK 


^TORMONT .... 

r-iuN.B DIS 

TORONTO (C.). 
VICTOR A 
WATERLOO.... 
WELLANO 
WELLG N.N.R 
S.K 
WENTWORTH 

YORK.E4W.R 
" N.R.... 


ESSEX 


FRONTENAC... 
GLENGARRY... 
GRLNVILL ... 
QKET, N R 

" S.R 

HALDIMAND.. 
HALIBURTON . 
HALTOV 
HAMILTON (C) 
HASTINGS 
HURON 


^ORTHUB,E R 
" W.R. 
)NTARIO 
JTTAWA (C.).. 
)XFORD 

! . SOUND Dis 



REGISTRATION DIVISIONS, ONTARIO. 

The Counties which are divided into Ridings for Registration purposes are as follows : 

NORTHUMBERLAND. East Riding Townships of 
Cramahe, Brighton, Murray, Percy and Seymour; 
Villages of Colborne, Brighton, Campbellford and 
Hastings. West Riding Townships of Hamilton, 
Haldimand, Alnwick and South Monaghan; Town 
of Cobourg. 

PERTH, ^orth Hiding Townships North Easthope, 
Ellice, Logan, Elma.Mornington and Wallace ; Towns 
of Stratford and Listowel. South Riding Town- 
ships of South Easthope, Downie, Fiillartou, Hibbert, 
and Blaushanl ; Towns of St. Mary s and Mitchell. 
WELLINGTON. North Riding -Townships of Arthur, 
West Luther, Minto, Peel Maryborough; Villages 
of Arthur, Clifford and Drayton ; Towns of Harriston, 
Mount Forest and Palmerston. South and Centre 
Ridings Townships of West Garafraxa, Erin, Era- 
mosa, Puslinch, Nichol, Pilkington and Guelph; 
City of Gnelph; Villages of Furgus and Klora. 
YO UK.. North Hiding -Townships of King.Whitchnrch, 
East and North Gwillimbury, and Georgina ; Villages 
of Newmarket, Aurora, Holland Landing and part of 
StoullVille. East and West Biding* Townships of 
York, M.irkham, Vaus-han, Scarborougli and Etobi- 
coke; Villages of Markham, Richmond Hill, Park- 
dale, Brockton, Weston, Woodbridge, and part of 
Stouffville. 



DURHAM. East Riding Townships of Hope, 

and Manvers ; Town of Port Hope and Village of 
Millbrook. West Biding Townships of Darlington, 
Clarke and Cartwright. Town of Bowmanville and 
Village of Newcastle: 

GREY. North Riding Townships of Collingwood, 
Euphrasia, St. Vincsnt, Sydenham, Holland, Sulli 
van, Sarawack, Keppel, Derby ; Towns of Ow.-n 
Sound anil Mcaford. South Riding -Townships of 
Artemesia, Bentinck, Egremont, Glenelg.Normanby, 
Osprey and Proton ; Town of Durham. 

LANARK North Riding Townships of Ramsay, Dal- 
housie, Lanark, Pakenham, Darling, Levant and 
North Sherbrooke ; Village of Lanark and Town of 
Almonte. South Hiding Townships of Beckwith, 
Montague, North Elmsley, North Burgess, Bathurst, 
Drummond and South Sherhrooke ; Town of Perth ; 
Town of Smith s Falls and Village of Carleton Place. 

MIDDLESEX. Kust and North Hiding -Townships of 
London, Westminster, Dorchester, West Nissouri, 
Adelaide, Lobo, East and West Williams, McGillivray 
and Biddulph, ;ind the Villages of London East and 
West, Park Hill, Ailsa Craig and Lucan. West 
Riding Townships of Delaware, Caradoc, Ekfrid, 
Mosa and Metallic; Town of Strathroy, and Villages 
of Newbury, \Vardsville and Glencoe. 



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TOWNSHIPS. 


COUNTY. 


CLERK. AND BIS P. O. ADDRESS. 


TOWNSHIPS. COUNTY. 


CLERK, A\D HIS P 0. ADDRESS. 


Teeumseth Simeon 
Tehkumuiah... j Algoma . . . . 
Thor^li lOntario 1 
Thorold Iwllarn1 


Henry Stone. Tottenham. 
11. Bitty. Tehkumuiah. 
Geo. Smith. Beaverton. 
P. S. Mussen.Allanburgh. 
Ed. Thrasher. Foxboro . 
D.R.Farquharson. Tilbery K. 
J. B. Chauvin, Chevalier. 
W. Luinmis, Wyebridge. 
W. Newhara, Woodlawn. 
John Eakins. Streetsville. 
N. Harrison, Castlemore. 
H. Pettigrew, Everett. 
L. N. Collveri Waterford. 
J. K. Applebee, Oakvill.e. 
W. McOonnell. Seaforth. 
C. Donaldson, Millbridge. 
Thos Fortune. Wroxeter. 
A.B. Randall. Shannonville. 
D. Patterson, MciKellar. 
W. J. Clarke, Farquhar. 
K. H. Hilborn, Uxbridge. 
J. M. L|wrenee, Rich d H. 
1. Junkin, Bobcaygeon. 
Geo. Sneath, Midhurst. 
J. Henderson, Marshville. 
R G. Roberts. Shipley. 
0. E B.mrne, .Tarvis. 
J. I iiHhiu. Wabingham C. 
W. H Stewart, Warwick. 
Wm. Tilt. Blair 
F. Richardson, Ufford. 


Wawanosh, E.. 
Wawauosh, W. 
Wellesley 
| Westmeath 
Westminster.... 
Whitby, East... 
Whitby, West . 
Whitchurch . ... 
Wicklow 
Wilberforce . ... 
Williams. East. 
Williams. West. 
Willianisburg ... 
Willoughby .... 


Huron 
Huron 


P. I -H-tcrfield. Maruoch. 
R. Murray, St. Helens. 
[gn. Affholder, St. Clement*. 
A. Cameron. Beachburgh. 
H. Anderson, London 
W. Purvis, Columbus. 
D. Holliday, Brooklin. 
J. W. Collins, Newmarket. 
D. Card, Maynooth. 
Thos. Lett. Egauville. 
David Wyllie. Nairn. 
John Dawsou, Sylran. 
G. 0. Tracey. Archer. 
Jaims Smith. Chippewa. 
II. Liersch, Baden. 
Wm Rat, Chesterville. 
ft. Green. Windham, Cen. 
3. 0. Hitchcock, Wolfe Is. 
[I. M. Brown Easton sCor. 
C. Donaldson. Millbridge. 
H. C. Guy, Bala. 
L\ M. England, Pt. Dover. 
(. L. Wideman. St. Jacobs. 
T Cuthbert, Chalk Kiver. 
K. W. McKay, St. Thomas, 
fames Rolloy. Caintown 
1 II Blackburn. Farmersv. 
. K Leslie. Eglington. 
S Harris. Florence. 
D.W. McKay, Strathallan. 
G Innes, Brooksdale. 


Waterloo ... 
Renfrew 
Middlesex ... 
Ontario 
Ontario 
York 


Thurlow., 


Hastings ... 
Kent 


Tilbury. East... 
Tilbary, West- 
Tiny 


Essex 
Simcoe 


Torboltou 


Carleton 
Peel 


Hastings 
Renfrew 
Middlesex ... 
Middlesex ... 
Dundas 
Welland 


Toronto Gore 
Tossorontio ... 
Town send 


Peel 


Simcoe 


Norfolk 
Halton 
Huron 


Trafalgar 


Tuckersmith... 
Tudor 


Waterloo ... 
Dimdas 

Norfolk 


Hastings ... 
Huron 
Hastings ... 
Muskoka 
Huron 
Ontario 
York 


Winchester . ... 
Windham 
Wolfe Island. ... 
Wolford 


Turnberry 
Tyendinaga ... 
Unorg ed T ps. 
Dsborae 


Frontenac ... 
Grenville ... 
Hastings . ... 
Muskoka ... 
Norfolk 
Waterloo ... 
Renfrew. . . . 


Wollaston 
Wood 


Uxbridge 
Vaughas 


Woodhouse 
Woolwich 


Verulam 


Victoria 


Vespra 


Simcoe 
Welland 
Perth 


Wjlie ... . 


Wainfleet 


Yarmouth 
Yonge, Front of 
Yonge. Rear of. 
York 


Wallace 




Walpole 


Ha dimand. . 
Norfolk 
Lambton ...I 
Waterloo ... 
Muskoka . . 




Walsingham... 
Warwick 


York 


Zone 


Kent 

Oxford 


Waterloo 
Watt 


Zorra. East .... 
Zorra. West 


Oxford 







Incorporated Cities, Towns and Villages, Ontario. 

NOTE. Cities in Caps. Villages in Italics. 



CITIES, TOWNS, 
ETC. 


COUNTY. 


CLERK, AND P. O. ADDRESS. 


CITIES, TOWNS 
ETC. 


COUNTY. 


CLERK, AND P. O. ADDRESS. 


Acton 


Halton 
Middlesex . . 
Lanark . . . . 
SiiiH-oe .... 
Lambton . . 
Essex 


J. E. McGarvin, Acton. 
E. B. Smith, Ailsa Craig. 
Thomas Coulter, Almonte. 
J. C. Hart, Alliston. 
Richard Code, Alvinston. 
J.Templeton,Amherstbnrg. 
Q. B. Stephenson. Arkona. 
James Bell, Arnprior. 
Wm. W. White, Arthur. 
J. Wood, Peterboro . 
S. H. Luncly. Aurora. 
W. A. Glover, Avlmer. 
H. Bird, Barrie." 
C. L. Rogers, Bath. 
H. Hunter, Baylldd. 
R. V. Norman, Beamsville. 
J. B. Churchill Belle River. 
D. B. Robertson, Belleville. 
J. G. Bowman, Berlin. 
W. R. Fellows. Blenheim. 
T. Metcalfe Blyth. 
J. H. Thompson, Bobcaygeon 
S. A. Walford, Albion. 
H. F. Smith, Bothwell. 
R. Windatt, Bowmanville. 
James Bover, Bracebridge. 
R. Stewart, Bradford. 
John McCulla, Brampton. 
Jas Woodyatt, Brantford. , 
M. K. Loekwood, Brighton. 1 
D. A McMiehael, Brockton. 
J. Dargavel, Broekville 
David Watson, Brussels. 
T. Graham, Burlington. 
James Aklridge, Caledonia. 
D. Kennedy, Campbellford. 
George Home, Cannington. 
John T. Graham, Cardinal. 
A.R.G.Peden.Carlet nPlace 
E. C. Campbell, Cayuga. 
John Tissiman, Chatham. 
r. McBean, Chesley. 
iV. Greenwood, Chippawa. 
r. B. Allan, Clifford. 
John Callander, Clinton. 
W. H. Floyd, Cobourg. 
5. Keyes, Colborne. 


Collingwood.. 
Cornwall . . . . 
Deseronto .... 
Drayton 


Simcoe 
Stormont . . 
Hastings .. 
Wellington . 
Kent. 


R. G. Campbell, Coll ingwood 
Geo. S. Jarvis, Cornwall. 
A.A.Richardson. Deseronto 
H. S. Mitchell Drayton. 
John Chappie, Dresden. 
E. Woodhouse, Dundas. 
J. W. Holmes, Dunnville. 
T. H. Easton, Durham. 
Edward Burns. Elora. 
B. Cody, Embro. 
Win. Tyler, Erin. 
M. Eacrett, Exeter. 
C.H.Cunningham, Fen ln P 
Win. Eloss, Fergus. 
H. Barron, Forest. 
W. Hall, Fort Erie. 
J. G. Dykes, Gait. 
S. McCammon, Gananoque. 
G. Malone, Garden Island, 
a. S.Goodw ill e, George town 
Henry Castle, Gravenhurst. 
G. M. Harrison, Glencoe. 
H. E. Johnston, Goderich. 
E. M. Mihell, Grimsby. 
W. D. Hare, Grimsby. 
J. Harvey, Guelph. 
Thos. Beasfey, Hamilton. 
M. P. Empey, Harriston. 
John Sharpe, Hastings. 
A. T. Parker, Hawkesbury 
A. J. Brewster. Hespeler. 
F.J. Kitching, Holland Land 
R A. Woodcock, Ingeisoll. 
James Tindale, Iroquois. 
O. Bascom, Kemptville. 
J. H. Scoiu;all, Kincardine. 
M. Flanagan, Kingston. 
W. A. Greuville, Kingsville 
W. C. Sanders, Lakelield. 
W. A. Field, Lanark. 
J. M. Selkirk, Leamington 
T. B. Knowlson, Lindsay. 
W. Bright, Listowel. 
\lex. S. Abbott, London. 
\. Isaacs, London, East. 
P. S. Minton, London West. 
B. A. Johnson. L Orismal. 


Ailsa Craig .. 
A I -nonte .... 


Alvinston . . .. 
Amherstburg . 


Dresden 
Dundas 


Wentworth . 
Haldimand . 
Grey 
Wellington . 
Oxford 
Wellington . 
Huron 


Lambton . . . 
Renfrew .... 
Wellington . 
Peterboro . . 
York 


Dimville .... 
Durham 
Elora 


Arnprior .... 


Ashburnham . 


Embro 


Erin . . . 




Elgin 


Exeter 


Barrie 


8imcoe .... 
Lennox & Ad 
Huron .... 
Lincoln .... 
Essex . 


Fenelon Falls.. 
Fergus 


Victoria .... 
Wellington . 
Lambton .. 
Welland.... 
Waterloo . . . 
Leeds 
Frontenac .. 
Halton .... 
Muskoka . . 
Middlesex . . 
Huron 
Lincoln 
Lincoln .... 
Wellington . 
Wentworth. 
Wellington . 
Northumb d 
Prescott .... 
Waterloo . . 
York 


Bath 


Bayfif.ld 


Forest 


Beamsville . . 
Belle River .. . . 
BELLEVILLE . . 
Berlin 


Fart Erie 
Gait . . 


Hastings . . . 
Waterloo . . 
Kent .... 


Gananoque . . 
Garden Island 
Georgetown . . 
Gravenhurst .. 
Glencoe 


Blenheim .... 
Blyth 


Huron 
Victoria .... 
Peel 


Bobcaygeon . . 


Goderich .... 
Griinsby 


Bothwell 


Kent 


Bowmanville . 
Bracebridge . . 
Bradford .... 
Brampton .... 
BRANTFORD. . . 
Brighton .... 
Brockton .... 
Brockville.. .. 


Durham . . . 
Victoria .... 
Simcoe .... 
Peel 
Brant 
Northumb d 
York 


Grimsby, N. .. 
GQEI.PH 


HAMILTON.. .. 
Harriston .... 
Hastings .... 

Hawkesbury . . 
Hespeler 


Leeds 


Holland Landg 
Ingersoll .... 

/ I O llt- lll 


Huron 
Halton .... 
Haldimand . 
Northumb d 
Ontario .... 
Leeds&Gren 
Lanark . . .. 1 
Haldimand . 
Kent .. . 


Oxford 


Burlington .. 
Caledonia .... 
Campbellford . 
Cannintfton ,. 
Cardinal .... 
Carleton Place 
Cayuga 


Dundas .... 
3renville . . 
Bruce 


KemptviUe.. .. 
Kincardine . .. 
KINGSTON .... 
King smile .... 
Lakcfield .... 
Lanark 


Frontenac . . 
3ssex 
?eterboro . 
jamirk .... 
issex 
Victoria .... 
Perth 
Middlesex . . 
Middlesex .. 
Middlesex .. 
Pres t&Rus l 


Chatham .... 


Leamington . . 
Lindsay 


Bruce 


Chippawa .... 
Clifford .... 


Welland . . . 
Wellington . 
Huron 


Listowel 




London East.. 
London West.. 
L Orignal . . 


Cobourg .... 


Northumb d p 
Northumb d < 



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127 



CITIES, TOWNS, 
ETC. 


COUNTY. CLERK, AND V. O. ADDRESS. 


CITIES, TOWNS, 
E lC. 


COUNTY. 


CLtRK, AND P. O. ADDRESS. 




Middlesex .. 
Bruce 
Hastings .. 
York 


J. H. McConnell, Lucau. 
W. H Smith, Lucknow. 
Chas. Greain, Madoc. 
H. R. Oorson, Markham. 
John Albery, Mealord. 
John Kerr, Merrickville. 
G. Schooley, Merritton. 
H. Ssvitzer, Midland. 
W. Turner, Millbrook. 
F. J. Jones, Milton. 
W. 1). Weir, Milverton. 
F. Mooney, Minden. 
Robt. Christie, Mitchell. 
James Malleii, Morrisburgh 
W. C. Perry, Mount Forest. 
P. Embury, Napanee. 
W. H. Sturgeon, Newboro. 
J.B.Aylesworth, Newburgh 
J. J. Archer, Newbury. 
Ge.oi ge Curtis, Newcastle. 
T. Tubman, New Edinburgh 
W. Millar, New Hamburg. 
David Lloyd, Newmarket. 
John Rogers, Niagara. 
W. Spenee, Niagara Falls. 
J. H. Farrington, Norwich. 
VV. H. Mullius, Norwood. 
R. Balmer, Oakville. 
H. Brown, Oil Springs. 
G. A. Balfour, Omemee. 
P. M. Barker, Orangeville. 
C. E. Grant, Orillia. 
Charles W. Smith, Oshawa. 
Win. P. Lett, Ottawa. 
T. Gordon. Owen Sound. 
John Claxton, Paisley. 
H. Caswell, Palmerston. 
S. Dadson, Paris. 
E. Evans, Parkdale. 
T. A. Maybury, Park Hill. 
A. J. Fortier, Pembroke. 
H. Jennings, Penetanguis e 
Thos. Brooke, Perth. 
C.D.MacDonald, Peteiboro- 
T. S. Minton, Petersville. 
G. S. McPherson, Petrolia. 
John Twigg, Picton. 
Jas. Palmer, Point Edward. 
S. J. Hopkins, Pt. Colborne. 
J.W. Consul ine.Pt. Ualho sie 
T. M. England, Port Dover. 
V. A. Roy, Port Elgin. 
H. V. Sanders, Port Hope. 
N. F. Patterson, Port Perry 
K. Thomson, Port Stanley 
Tims. Kelly. Portsmouth. 


Presmtt 


Grenvil .e .. 
Waterloo . . 
Renfrew.. .. 
Carleton .... 
York 


B. White, Prescott. 
Win. A. Husband, Preston. 
K. Drysdale, Renfrew. 
Thos. Miller, Richmond. 
M. Teefy, Richmond Hill. 
Chas. Grant, Ridgetown. 
J. A. Stuart, Sandwich. 
E. H. Johnstone. Sarnia. 
C. Brown, Sault Ste. Marie. 
William Elliott, Seaforth. 
F. G. Duubar, Shelburne. 
W. W. Livingstone, Simcoe, 
W. M. Keith. Smith s Falls. 
J. T. Conaway, Saugeen. 
J. B. Yoder, Springfield. 
G. L. Darby. Stayuer. 
A Glass, Stirling. 
H. W. Woodgate. Stouffville. 
R. R. Lang, Stratford. 
J. B. Winlow, Strathroy. 
W. J. Pii ney, Stivetsville. 
J. Rollison, St. Catharines. 
W. Williams, St. Mary s. 
H. F. Ellis, St. Thomas. 
Geo. Burrows, Stayner. 
J. D. Tobev, Tara. 
B. S. S. Hartley, Teeswater. 
Chas. Gill, Thiimesville 
M Wattson, Thedford. 
W. T. Fish. Thorold. 
W S. Law, Tilsonburg. 
A. J. Patterson, Tiverton. 
Robert Roddy, Toronto. 
J. Simmons, Trenton. 
A. D. Williams, Oxbridge. 
C. Draeseke, Vienna. 
J. Chambers, Walkerton. 
D. B. McDonald, Wallaceb h 
A. McCowan, Wardsville. 
W. Stock, Waterdown. 
L. N. Collver, Waterfbrd. 
F. Colquhonn, Waterloo. 
John Reid, Watford. 
E. R. Hellems, Welland. 
J. H. Osborne, Wellington. 
W. J. Coin-on, We>tou. 
Thos. Huston, Wliitby. 
T. D. Galloway, Wiarton. 
S. Lusted. Windsor. 
B. Flynn, Wingham. 
H. T. Miller, Nugent. 
C. J. Agar, WOOM bridge. 
G. C. Eden, Woodstock. 
Jos. Cowan, Wroxeter. 
H. G. Taylor, Wyoming. 


Lucknow .... 


Preston 


Renfrew 


Markham .... 


Richmond .... 
Hit hiiiond Hiil 
Ridgetown .... 
Sandwich .... 
Sarnia 


Grey 


jferrickville . . 
XI err it ton .... 

Hfi/Jl/i ,*<} 


Greuville . .. 
Lincoln .... 
Simcofi .... 
Durham .... 
Halton .... 
Perth 
Haliburtou . 
Perth 


Kent 


Essex 


Lambton .. 
Algoma Dis. 
Huron .... 
Dufferin 
Noifolk 
Lanark .... 


ilillbrook 
Hilton 


SaultSte Marie 
Seaforth 


Milverton .... 


Shelburne .... 
Simcoe 


Mitclwtt 


Smith s Falls . 
Southampton. 
Springfield . . 
Stayner 


Morrisburgh . . 
Mount Forest. 
Napanee .... 


Dundas .... 
Wellington . 
Len. & Add. 


Elin 


Simcoe .... 
Ha -tings .. 
York 


Stir/ing 
Stovffoilit .... 
Stratford .... 
."tntthroy .... 
Street sv Hie .... 
S. CATHARINES 
St. Mary s .... 
ST. THOMAS .. 
Suniidale ... 
J ara 


Newburgh .... 
Newbury .... 
Newcastle .... 
New Edinburgh 
New Hamburg 
Newmarket. . . 


Addington . . 
Middlesex .. 
Durham .... 
Carleton. .. 
Waterloo . . 
York 


Perth 

Middlesex .. 
1 eel 
Lincoln 
Perth 


Lincoln .... 
Welland ... 
Oxford .... 
Peterboro . . 
Halton 
Lam b ton .. 
Victoria .... 
Dr.fferin .... 
Simcoe .... 
Ontario 
Carleton .... 
Grey 


Elgin 


Niagara Falls. 


Simcoe 
Bru ce 




Teeswater 


Bruce 




Thnmesville .. 
Thedford 
Thorold 


Kent 


Oil Springs . . . 


Lambton .. 
Wella-id.... 
Oxford .... 
Bruce 
York 


Orangeville . .. 
Orillia 


Tilsonburg . . . 
Tive rton 
TORONTO .... 
j Trenton 
! Uxbridge 
1 Vienna 


OTTAWA .... 


Hastings .. 
Ontario .... 
Elgin 


Owen Sound.. 


Palmerstori. .. Wellington . 
Paris Brant 


Walkerton .... 
Wallace iurgh . 
WardsviiU . . . 
\ Watff-tl wn . . . 
Water furd 
! Waterloo .... 
Watford 


Bruce 
Kent 
Middlesex .. 
Wentworth . 
Norfolk .... 
Waterloo . . 
Lambton .. 
Welland.. .. 
Prince Edwd 
York 


Parkdale . York . 


Park Hill .... 
Pembroke .... 
Penetunguis e . 
Perth 


Middlesex .. 
Renfrew.. .. 
Simcoe .... 
Lanark .... 
Pcterboro .. 
Middlesex .. 
Lainbton .. 
Prince Edwd 
Lambton .. 
Welland.. .. 
Lincoln 
Norfolk .... 


Peterborough . 
Pelersville .... 
Petrolia 


Welland 

Wellington . . . 
Weston 




Wliitby 


Ontario .... 
Bruce 
Essex 
Huron .... 
Hastings . . . 
York 
Oxford 
Huron .... 
Lambton . . 


Point Edward. 
Port Colborne . 
Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover.. ,. 
Port Elgin.. .. 
Port Hope 
Port Perry .... 
Port Stanley .. 
Portsmoii h . . . 


W-iarion 
Windsor 
Wingham .... 
Wolla^ten .... 
Woodbridge .. 
Woodstock .. 
Wroxeter . 


Durham.. .. 
Ontario .... 
Elgin 
Frontenac .. 


Wyoming . . . 



COMPARATIVE DISTANCES VIA CANADIAN" PACIFIC RAILWAY, &c. 

The following Table shews the Distances between extreme points via Canadian Pacific Railway (when completed), 

wmpared with other Routes : 



THROUGH DISTANCES VIA C. P. R. Miles. 

Halifax to Winnipeg 2,285 

Portland t" Winnipeg 1,731 

Boston t-i Winnipeg 1,839 

New York to Winnipeg 1,817 

Quebec to Winnipeg 1,691 

Montreal to Wii uipeg 1,434 

BY OTHER ROUTES THROUGH CHICAGO. 

Halifax to Winnipeg 2,561 

Portland to Winnipeg 2,000 

Boston to Winnipeg 2,028 

New York to Winnipeg l,27 

Philadelphia to Winnipeg 1.7:il 

Quebec to Winnipeg 1,875 

Montreal to Winnipeg 1,703 

Toronto to Winnipeg 1,370 

Montreal to Winnipeg, via the Canadian Pacific 

Railway and Lake Route 1,344 

866 



COMPARATIVE TABLE OF DISTANCES. MileS- 

From Montreal to Port Moody (Pacific ter 
minus) 2,906 

From New York to Port Moody, via Canadian 
Pacific Railway and Montreal 3,2Si) 

From New York to Port Moody, via Canadian 

Pacific Railway and Brock vi He 3,164 

From New York to Sin Francisco, via Central 
and Union Pacific. Hallways and shortest con 
necting liaes in the United States 3.331 

Fiom Liverpool to Montreal 2,790 

From Liverpool to New York 3,040 

From Liverpool to Port Moody, via Canadian 

Pacific Railway and Montreal 5,696 

From Liverpool to San Francisco, via all United 
States routes 6,830 

From Liverpool to Yokohama (Japan), via Mon 
treal and Canadian Pacific Railway 11,019 

From Liverpool to Yokohama (Japan), via New 

Yoik and San Francisco 12,038 



Chicago to Winnipeg 

gt. Paul to Winnipeg 410 

The above distances, via Canadian Pacific Railway, are by the Kicking Horse Pass, which gives the easiest 
gradients through the Uockies of any of the Pacitic railroads. 



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file <ic:-ai<l LiOilge of Ancient, Free ttutl Accepted Masons of Canada. 

List of Grand Officers for 1883-84 



M.W. Bro. Daniel Spry, Grand Master, Barrie. 
R. W. " II Murray. Duputy Grand Master, Hamilton. 
" " Edwin Plant. Grand Senior Warden, Ottawa. 
" " J. S. Drfwar, Grand Junior Warden. London. 
" " RAM. J. T. Wright, Grand Chaplain. St. Mary s. 
" " Edward Mitchell, Grand Treasurer, Hamilton. 

E T. Vf alone. Grand Registrar. Toronto. 

J. J. Mason. Grand Secretary. Hamilton. 

W. D. G Tdon, Grand Sr. Deacou. Kingston. 

J. G. R >i inson, Grand Junior Daacon, Toronto. 

D. Sinclair, Grand Sup t Works Melbourne. 

R. I,. P.Uteison. Grand Dir. of Cer.. Toronto. 

C. II Foster, Ass t. Grand Secretary. Hamilton. 

J P.Thomas. Ass t Grand Dir. of Or., Belleville. 

A. K Snliolfield. Grand S. Hearer. Pt. Colborne. 

W. R Howse, Grand Organist. Wliitby. 

A. G. Double, Ass t Grand Organist, Lanark. 

A. Morton . Grand Pursuivant Bratnpton. 

A. Jauiieson, D.D.G.M., Watford. 

H. G. Lindsay, Mt. Brydges. 

Win. McKay, " Woodstock. 

R. Kadcliffe, " Goderich. 



V. W. Bro. Hugh Ilyndman, D.D.G.M., Palmerston. 
J M Gibson, Hamilton. 

Wm. Gibson, Beamsville. 

J. G. Burns, Toronto. 

J. Crnasor, Owen Sound. 

H. B. F. Odell Oshawa. 

A MnGinnift, Belleville. 

W. Waddington, jr., Kingston. 

Wm. Ra. Ottawa. 

W. H. Dickson, Beetoi* "| 

D. B. Dawar, Berlin 
B. freer. Kincardine 
A. Kllis, Belleville 
Alex. Hess, St. Thomas 

Tlioma? VlcCnrr.il. Meaford } Grand 

A. S. Alien, Clifford J Stewards. 

J. D indas, Southamoton 
J. A Malcolm. Hamilton 
J. A. Wills. Toronto 
J. Wilson, Simcoe 
Ogden Hinch, Napanee 
John H. Pritchard, Grand Tyler, Toronto. 



Reprtgentatives in the Grand Lodge of Canada. 

R. W. Bro. The Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald, K.C.B. M. W. Bro. A. A. Stevenson, from the G. L. of Minnesota 
from the U. G. L. of Kugland " 

" G. L.,.f Ireland " 

G. L of Scotland R. W. 

G. L. of B. Columbia R. W. 
O. L,. of Manitoba , M. W. 
.. L. of N. Brunswick ! " 
G. L. of Nova Scotia 

R. W. 
M. W. 



T. W. 
R. W. 
V. W. 
R. W. 



M.W. 
B. W. 



M.W. 
R. W. 

U 

Ttt. W. 
R. W. 

U 

M. W. 
R. W. 



RW.Br 



M.W. 

fct 

R. W. 

M. W. 

R. W. 

W. 

R. W. 
M. W. 

H 

W. 

M. W. 
R. W. 



M.W. 



R.W. 



M. W. 
R. W. 
M.W. 

ft 

R. W. 
W. 



Kivns Tully, 
lluzh A. jiackay. 

F. R. Despard. 
M. Irving, QC., 
Hon. T. B. Paraoo, 

G. J. Waugh, 
Hii ih Murray, 
Robert Mackay, 
S. B. [larmau, 
A. J. Cambie, 

E. Mitchell, 

F. J. Menet. 

A. A. Stevenson, 
J. B. Trayes. 
Henry Robertson, 
J. J. Mason. 
David Mi: Lillian, 
Jas. MotTat, 
David MoLellan, 
K. II. D. Hall. 
J. K. Kerr, Q.C. 
J. J. Mason, 
J J. Mason, 
Daniel Spry, 
George S Birrell, 
John W. Murton, 
Henry Macpheron, 
Hugh A. Mackay, 



G. L. of P. K. Island 

G. L. of Quebec 

G. L. of Alabama ! R. W. 

G. L. of Arkansas " 

G. L. of California " 

G. L. of Colorado M W. 

G. L. of Connecticut ] V.W. 

G. L. of Delaware R. W. 

G. L. of Dis.Columbia j " 

G. L. of Florida M.W. 

Q. L. of Georgia " 

0. L >f Idnho < R. W. 

G. L. of Illinois j V. W. 

G. L. Indian Tert ry R. W. 

G. L. of Indiana 

G. L. of Iowa 

G. L. of Kansas 

G. L. of Kentucky M. W. 

G. L. of Louisiana R. W. 

G. L. of Maine 

G. L. of Maryland R. W. " 

Q. L. of Michigan 



Jama?. Seymour, 
J. K. Kei r. Q.C., 
J. M. -Gibson, 
i obert Uamssy, 
Thomas White, 
J. A. Henderson,Q.C. 
J. K. Kerr, Q.C. 
P. J. Brown, 
J. A. Hrtnderson,Q.C., 
L. H. Henderson, 
L. G. Jarvis, 
C. D. Mwdonnell, 
Jams M;iffat, 
Robert Lewis, 
T. C. Maoaabb, 
S. B. Harman, 
J. K. Kerr, Q.C., 
J. K. Kerr, Q.C., 
A. J. Cambie, 
Wm. Brydon, 
Otto Klotz. 
J. E. Harding, 
W. H. Frazer, 
R. P. Stephens, 
A. A. Stevenson, 
Rev. dementi, B.A. 
G. II. P. Dartnell, 
Otto Klotz, 



" " Henry Macpherson, 
Representatives from the Grand Lodge of Canada. 



G. L. of Mississippi 

G. L of Missouri 
G. L. of Montana 
G. L. of Nebraska 
G. L. ot Nevada 
G. L. of N. Hampsh e 
G. L. of New Jersey 
G. L. of New Mexico 
G. L. of New York 
G. L. of N. Carolina 
G. L. of Ohio 
G. L. of Oregon 
G. L. of Pennsylvania 
G. L. of Rhode Island 
G. L. of S. Carolina 
G. L. of Tennessee 
G. L. of Texas 
G. L. of Utah 
G. L. of Vermont 
G. L. of Virginia 
G. L. of Washington 
G. L. of W Virginia 
G. L. of Wisconsin 
G. L. of Wyoming 
G. 0. of Brazil 
G. 0. of Chili 
G.L.Colon&IsleCuba 
G. 0. of St. Domingo 
G. 0. of Uruguay 



.Rt.Hn.LorddeTably, in the U.G. L. of Enzland 



Humphry Mini bin, 
Lindsay Mackersy, 
Win. Dal by. 
Hon. W. K. Kennedy, 
John V. Ellis, 
A. K. Mackinlay, 
Hon. John Yeo, 
Alex. Murray, 
Geo. F. Moore, 
R. M. Johnson, 
W. C. Belcher, 
Byron L Carr, 
Wm. Kriox. 
J. W. II. Watson, 
J. II. Jochum, 
DeWitt C. Dawklns, 
Wm. II. Tnller, 
B M. Davis. 
Wiley M Kcan, 
J. S. Murrow, 
R. Van VMzah, 
T S Parvin. 
E. T. C.irr, 
VV. T. Darrow, 
J. C. Batrht-lor, M D., 
I)a\id Crgill, 
W. Abrahams, 
Jonn W. Finch, 
K W. Durant, 
W. G. Paxton, 
J. A. Hyde. 



G. L. of Ireland 
G. L. of Scotland 
G. L. of B. Columbia 
G. L. of Manitoba 
G.L. of N. Brunswick 
G. L. of Nova Scotia 
G. L. ot P. E Island 
G. L. of Quebec 
G. L. of Alabama 
G. L of Arkansas 
G. L. of Cxlitornia 
G. L of Colorado 
G. L. of Connecticut 
G L of Delaware 
G. L. of Dis.Columbia 
G. L. of Florida 
G. L. of Georgia 
G. L. of Idaho 
G. L. of Illinois 
G. L. i-f Indian Ter, 
G. !/. of Indiana 
G. L. of Towa 
G. L. of Kansas 
G. L. of Kentucky 
G. L. of Louisiana 
G. L. of Miine 
G. Ij. of Maryland 
G. L. of Michigan 
G. L of Minnesota 
G. L. of Mississippi 
G. L. of Montana 



M.W. Bro. Xenophon Ryland, in the G. L. of Missouri 


" " R. C. Jordon, " G. L. of Nebraska 


R. W. " S. W. Chubbuck, 


G. L. of Nevada 


M. W. " Andrew Bunton, 


G. L. of N. Hampshire 


" " Henry R. Cannon. 


G. L. of New Jersey 


R, W. " Simon B. Nowcomb, 


G. L. of New Mexico 


" S. F. Walker, 


G. L. of New York 


M. W. " G. W. Blount, 


G. L. of N.Carolina 


" " C. A. Wood ward, 


G. L. of uhio 


R. W. " Donald McKay, 


G. L. of Oregon 


" Samuel C. Perkins, 


G, L. of Pennsylvania 


M W. " Ariel Ballou, 


O. L. of Rhode Island 


W. 


A. Doty.jun., 


G. L. of S. Carolina 


M. W. 


Klihu Kdmundson, 


G. L. of Tennessee 


It 


Philip C. Tucker, 


G. L of Texas 


R. W. 


W. I). Wilson, 


G. L. of Utah 


M. W. 


L. M. R-ad, 


G. L. of Vermont 


R W. 


Uev.G.W Dame.D.D., 


G. L. of Virginia 


M. W. 


Oliver ! J . Lacy, 


G. L of Washington 


R. W. 


W. II Freeman, 


G. L. of W. Virginia 


it 


Charles Kulin, 


G. L of Wisconsin 


H 


1 James R. Gates, 


G. L. of Wyoming 


111. 


Franc De P. Romas, 


G. 0. of Brazil 





L. M.intafar. 


G. 0. ot t ent.America 


If 


1 A.M. Medina, 


G. 0. of Chili 


II 


Francisco De Luca, 


G. 0. of Italy 


tt 


1 Luis Goapil, 


G. O. of Mexico 


H 


J. M. 8. Angiano, 


G. 0. of N. Grenada 


u 


1 Joas C. D Almeida, 


G 0. of Portugal 


(1 


Jat into de Castro, 


G. 0. of St. Domingo 


it 


l.flinario Conrado, 


G. 0. ot Uruguay 


" 


Antonio M. Mollejas, 


G. 0. of Venezuela 



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MASONIC. 



129 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 
Irtg* market ttm (*) hold their Automation of Officers on the festival of St. John the Evangelist- 

of St. John the Baptist. ^^ 



LODGE. 



\iagara ......... 

*Anc St. John s. 
*Sussex .......... 

ifarton ............ 

Union .............. 



WHERE HELD. I 

Niagara ... 

Kingston 

Brockville 

Hamilton 

Giiuisby... 



MOHT OF MEETISO. 



. ] Wed. on or >>ef. f. m. of every month 

. ! First Thursday 

. ! Wednesday on or before f. m. 

. ! Second Wednesday 

. Thursday on or before f. moon " 



* Norfolk ........... 

*.Moiia ........... 

-i-True Britons ... 
St. George s ..... 

t. Andrew s.... 

St. John s ........ 

*Priiu-eKdward.. 
*Si. John s ..... . .. 

King Solomon ** 
Richmond ...... 

*St. Francis ....... 

"Ionic ............ ... 

* )nc.irio ............ 

*St,rict Observ ce 
*Monnt Zion... . 

"United .......... . 

*<3oinposite .... 

* lerusalom ... . 

*Amity ............ 

*Goderich ......... 

*T!iistle ............ 

St. John s ....... 

Wellaud ............ 

*King Hiram .... 

* Trent .............. 

*Miniiit 7,ion ...... 

*St. John s ........ 

*St. George s ...... 

*St,. George s ...... 

King Solomon s.. 
*St. L homas ...... 

Rrint ............... 

Wellington ...... 

*Gre;it Western.. 
*Mado<: ............ 

Vonsecon ......... 

Oalliousie ......... 

*Vaiighan ......... 



Napanee Friday on or before f. moon 

Simcoe Tues-day on or before f. moon 

Belleville ... Wednesday before f. m. 

Perth First Monday 

St. Cath ines Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Toronto Second Tuesday 

Cobourg Monday on or before f. mron 

Picton Thursday on or bef. f. moon 

London Second Tuesday 

Toronto Second Thursday 

Richm dllill Monday on or U fore f. moon 
Smiih s Falls Friday on or before f. moon 

Toronto First Tsdy 

Port Hope ...Third Thursday 
Hamilton ... i Third Tuesday 
Kemptville .. Wednesday before f. moon 
Brighton .... .Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Whitby First Thursday 

Bowmanville Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Dunnville ... Wednesday on or after f. m. 

Qoderich First Wednesday 

Amherstb rg Tuesday before f. moon 
Caynga ....i. j Thursday on or after f. moon 

Fontliill Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Ingersoll .... Tuesday ou or before f. moon 

Trenton Tuesday before f. moon 

Brooklin Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Hamilton ... Third Thursday 

Kingsville... Thursday on or before f. moon " 

London First Wednesday 



*Vict.ori(t .......... 

*IIarmony ......... 

* Doric ............... 

"Acacia ............ 

*St. Andrew s ... 
*St. John s ....... 

*KHinuing ..... 

*Rehoboaro ...... 

*iiurh:im ........ 

*St. John s ...... 

Stirling ............ 

\lrna ............... 

** .. lames ...... 

*St. James ...... 

-r. John s ......... 

* Kford ............ 

*Fairhfu]Rrethr. 
*King Iliram .... 

*simcoe ............ 

Alliion ............. 

*St. John s ....... 

St. John s ......... 



Clinton.... 

Rising Sun 

MVilson 

Markham Union 

St. George s 

King Hiram 

*M uiito 

Tolhorne 

*Catarai|ui 

V. rthrn Light 

*St, Mark s , 

Ridout 

I 



Woodstock... ; Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

St. Thomas... First Thursday 

Brantford ... Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Chatham .... First Monday 

Windsor Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Madoc Tuesday on or before f moon 

Consecon .... Friday on or before f. moon " 

Ottawa First Tuesday 

M-.iple Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Mi-rrickville Tuesday on or before f. moon 

S nia Tuesday on or before t. moon 

Binbrook ... Monda\ after f. moon 

Ottawa First Wednesday 

Hamilton ... Fourth Friday 

Caledonia ... Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Crlet nPl ce Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

London Third Thursday 

Toronto First Thursday 

Newcastle ... Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. moon " 
Thursday after f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. moon " 
First Monday 
Monday nearest f. moon 
First Monday 
.Second Wednesday 
First Friday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 

.,.. Thursday after f. moon 

.Vewhiiry .... First Tuesday 

Mt. Itrydges Tue-day n or before f. moon 

Paris Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Strathroy ... Friday on or after f moon 

Clinton Friday on or after f. moon 

Farmersville Thur-d iy on or before f. m. 

Toronto Third Tuesday 

Mirkhain ... Friday on or before f. moon 

1 )\vett Sound Wednesday on or before f. m. * 

Lindsay Third Friday 

Collingwood Wednesday on or after f. m. " 

Colborne Friday on or before f. moon " 

Kingston .... Second Wednesday 

Kincardine.. First Wednesday 

Port Stanley S-"ond Tuesday* 
Otterville ...". i Thursday on of before f. m. " 

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Stirling 

Gait 

S . Mary s . 

Maitland .. 

Toronto 

Woodstock 

Lindsay 



Bradford 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 



L 

E. 



W. Br. Jus. Shepherd . Br. 
H J. Sauuders. 
W. J. Simps , n. 
Geo. E Mason. 
R. M. Griffiths. 

C. Z Perry 

John Wilson ... 
A. McGinnis ... 
John Wilson ... 
0.0. McDerinott 
J. L. Hughes... 
Robt. Buck .... 
Geo. N. Rose ... 

J<,s. Hook 

Wilbur Grant, . 

A. J. Rupert ... 
Geo. Brown ... 
Win. Roaf 

D. J. Goigin.... 

B. J Morgan . 
Geo. Keiting... 
Jos. Clouston... 
W. R. Howse... 

John Lvle 

Thos Schofield. 
A. McD. Allan. 
G. Middleditch. 
J. A. Ho-hal ... 
J Emmett... 
W. Thompson . 

H. W. Day 

W. H. Browne. 
A. Doherty 

E. All worth.... 
T. H. Brnnton. 
A J Mclntoshl 

Plater I 

Kester 

F. Bates 

W. F. Miller....; 
J.B.Loomi8,M.D 
T H. Thornton 

C. Cani[.b-l).... 
A brain C^rley . 

C. H. late | 

James V oods... 
Rev.G.Chiystal 

A. Smirle 

Alex M-Kay... 
Jas. ( 1 i. Jan.... 
R.F.Prest n.MD 
A O Jeffery ...j 
Andrew Park . 

D. Ailin ! 

James Baddtn. 

R. Finch 

T. McDougall... 

A. Carman 

S. M D.tvies ... 
J.Moerschfelder 

W. McKay 

J. McMillan.... 
Jas. Mclntosh . 
<!hn KHi.it .... 
W.F Homne MD 
\Vm Vonng ... 
J. W.Trenamon 
A. A ,ck .urn 
J. McWtiirter .[ 
Win Johnston. 
Jos Kaffan ! 

G. R Van/.ant. 
R. McKui-rht... 
J W Wllu:e. 
W. R. Anderson 
W. II. Smith ... 

A. SliHW ! 

E Miller 

II Kllison ... 
W. Durk-e... 



SECRETARY. 

E. H. Thompson 
John Sutherland 
G. A M, Mullen 
John Hoouless 
C W. Kitihen 
J. G. Fenuell 
J. If. Wilson 
Charles Ux-kerty 
P. M. Sinclair 
W. B. Towers 
W. B McMnrrich 
Robert Morrow 
J hn S. Bai ker 
M. D. Dawson 
A]!ied Minister 
H. A. Nicholls 
S. Moag 
Villiers Sankey 
W. B Wallace 
K. W. Klotz 
W. II. B^ttum 
D C Bullock 
Robert Willis 
W. Wright 

W II.Montsg e.MD 
W. R M Her 
J A. Auld 
Thomas Bridger 
R W. Page 
R H. Revell 
Isaac Nelson 
Jas. May 

C. W. W. Fulding 
J. S Middough 

A. Ellis, jun. 
Geo. Middleton 

B. Stillson 
George l.indley 
James Birch 

S. V. Haller 
W. T. White 
G. J. Waddell 
G. B. Greene 
Nath. Shunk 
A. McDoi.ald 

C. H. Cogan 
Joseph Grahams 
S. Rolhwell 

J. Stewart 
W. J. Clark 
A. P. McGregor 
W. R. Browne 
Malcolm iibbs 
E Simm >nds 
W. Kwart 
M. Seeley. jun. 
Thns. Patterson 

D. S. Rupert 
Chas. B. Lemon 
John L. Krr 
II. B. Sproat 
Jas. R. McNeiJHe 
John McDonald 
W. Strong 

J B Kelly 
H. G. Lindsay 
W K Biker 
J. l>nfcMt..v.jun. 
T. I,. Fortune 
I C AUiiire 
Geo. Clnrk 
R A Mwn 
J Crane 
J H. McFaul 
0. Moore 
Ge Ttre Key eg 
D Onl 

R. D Hall 

w. H. 
W. T. Kay 



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LODGB. 



WHERE HELD. 



NIGHT OF MEETING. 



*Coriuthian Barrie 

*Sharon Sharon 

True Blue Albion ... 

Tuscan Newmarket 

Valley Dundag 

Corinthian ( Peterboro ... 

Maple Leaf j St.Cath rines 

St John s i Norwich 

St. Mark s iDrum dville 

Burford Burtbid 

St.. Paul s Laiulieth .... 

Blenheim j Drnmbo 

"Albion [Harrowsm h 

Central Prescott 

Maitlaud Goderich 

Wilson jWaterford ... 

Hope i Port Hope ... 

*lvy j Beamsville... 

Cassia JThedford .... 

Union jSchomberg . 

Maple Leaf. jBath 

Warren Pingal 

Doric Brantford ... 

Renfrew j Renfrew 

The Belleville.... [Belleville .... 

Cornwall Cornwall .... 

Golden Rule .... Campbellfrd 

Franck Frankfort.... 

Pembroke Pembroke ... 

The Rising Sun .. Aurora 

St. Lawrence . ... Southampt n 
Lebanon Forest Exeter.. 

St. Clair Milton . 

Richardson Stouffville ... 

Pythagoras Meaford 

Leiiiinon ushawa .... 

Malaliido Aylmer 

*Tudor Mitchell 

Excelsior Morrisburgh 

Iroquois 

Stratford 

Millbrook.... 

Newburgh... 

Almonte 

Ottawa 

Port Dover .. 

Hastings 

Berlin 

Wyoming 

Lucan .... 

Peterboro 

Eglinirton ... 

Newboro 

Oil Springs .. 

Richmond ... 

War k worth. . 

Wroxeter 

Wellington.. 



*KriendlyBroth s 

I ecumseh 

*J. B. Hall 

* Prince of Wales 

Mississippi 

*Civil Service ... 

*Krie 

Hastings , 



The Grand River 

*Burns 

*lrvin? 

Peterborough .. 

*York 

Simpson 

Alexandra 

Goodwood 

Percy 

Forest 



Star in the East 

*Burlington 

*Wout worth StoneyCrcok 

Merritt WolUnd 

Macnab P rtColborne 

* Britannia Sea forth 

*Prince of Wales lona 

Ayr 

Walsingham ... Port Rowan 

Spartan Sparta 

The Builders Ottawa 

I lattsvillo Plattsvillo... 

Both well Bothwell 

Speed Ouelph 

Oriental ! Port Uurwell 

Prince Albert... Port Perry . 

Old Light Luckuow ... 

Knniskillen York 

Plantagenet ... ! Plantagenet 
Filius Viduse ... Adolphust n 

Belmont Belmont 

Orillia Orillia 

Scotland Scotland 

Petrolia Petrolia . 

The Tuscan .... I/>ndon , 
Madawaska ... Arnprior 

SaU /een Wxlkerfi 

St. Alban s Moun tForeat 



First Thursday of ev. 

Tuesday on or before f. m. 

Friday on or before f. m. 

Second Wednesday 

Monday on or before f. moon. 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Thursday on or aft. f. moon 

Wednesday on or alter f. in. 

Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Friday on or before f. m. 

First. Tuesday 

Second Tuesday 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

First Thursday 

Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Monday on or before f. moon 

Monday on or before f. moon 

Monday before f. moon 

First Tuesday 

Friday on or before f. moon 

First Monday 

First Thursday 

First Tuesday 

Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Monday before f. moon 

First Thursday 

First Friday 

Tuesday on or after f. m. 

Monday on or before f. moon 

Thursday on or before f. moon 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Friday nearest f. moon 

Second Tuesday 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Tuesday before f. moon 

Thursday on or before f. moon 

Wednesday before f. moon 

First Thursday 

Second Thursday 

Wednesday before f. moon " 

First Friday 

Second Tuesday 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Thursday on or before f. moon " 

First Friday 

Friday on or before f. moon " 

Tuesday on or after f. moon " 

Thursd ay on or after f. moon " 

First Tuesday 

Wednesday before f. moon 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

First Monday 

Friday on or after f moon " 

Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

First Thursday 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Second Friday 

Friday on or before f. moon " 

Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

First Tuesday 

Tuesday on or before f. moon " 

Friday on or before f. moon 

Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Monday on or before f. moon " 

Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Friday on or before f. moon " 

Friday on or after f. moon " 

Monday on or before m. 

Second Wednesday " 

First Friday 

Thursday on or before f. moon " 

Second Tuesday 

Friday on or before f. moon " 

[130] 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 






a 



W. Br.O L. Sauuders. 
A. Borugasser . 
W.J. Dixoii.... 

R Flood 

S. J. Leonard... 

R. E Wood 

M Man 11 

A. U. S. llill ... 
G.Gold-bor uKh 
r. D Wilson ... 
J. TborniiToft . 
Thos. Kennedy. 

B. B S .iuley... 
J. C.tiriithers... 
F. F. Law i once. 

J. E York 

J. Wri- ht 

R. MrCmkill ... 

Geo. Watt 

Thos. Jennings 
M. Itobinson.... 

C. W. Glasgow. 
Robf. Ashton... 
Jas. Mann. M D 
J V Thompson 

Jno. Kidley 

R.H.Bo nycMle 
0. E R. Wilson 
W. J. Doualas. 

F. T. Darille.... 

G. R Thompson 
Geo. Willis .... 
W. H. Macnab. 
W. II. Coulson. 

Geo. H^ir 

Robt. McCaw... 
8. S. Glutton ... 
G. Hodge M D. 
A.G. McDonald 
J.Stephs n.M.D. 
W. Hurrell.... 

J. IluntHr 

J. MulliolUud. 

J. KLiott 

R. CaSM-li 

Vf. F Tibbetts. 
A.B. German... 

D. B DHwar.... 
A. N. Wood.... 

J. Murdy 

W I a terson... 
S.T Hnmb rst n 
RH.Prest n.MD 
W. B. French... 

J. SHtehell 

F. Bail.v 

D. M. W 

J. D. Wil-on.... 

W. Kearns 

H. A. Combs ... 

S. J. Sidfiv 

S R.01 -v< land . 

W. G. Duff 

Neil He 

W. Willisorr. ... 
W W.KutntTfd 
F A Henderson 

D Taylor 

Thos. Allehire. 
H. V. S-nith.... 
11. K. Mail land 
M. G.Burwell . 
H. S. Cam|)bf-ll. 
J. MH besou. ... 
W. Clirk 
C. K. Johnson... 
C. R. Allison ... 

Jos. Potts 

W Ironside 

LA.Winegard n 
W. K. Reynolds 
A. W. Ports.... 
J. O. Cranston. 
IV. A. Qceen.... 
M O.Hacgregor. 



it 

it 



SECRETARY. 



Br E II. Kdwards 
W. Dod is 
" 8. J. Sue.l 

" J. S. Bailhe 
" E. E Henderson 
F. Sou hcott 
" S. B. McCay 
W A Kennedy 

W. F Miles 
D Mann 

J. F. Goodwin 
Jas. Cook 

J. P. v cCarthy 
W Miuhell 
W. Massoear 

J. llanner 

J. E. B.tte 

S K.an 

W. J. Brereton 
C. L. K<gfri 
W. A Doyle 

J. P. Kxceil 

Thos Hrndersoa 
W McKeown 
Geo Milden 
John Turner 
D J.Osterbout 
Chas. Fraspr 
J. K. Amntrong 
Wm. Smith 
M. Kacrett 
" K Dixou 
" R P. Coulson 
" II West 
" Kobt. Gott 
J. K. M, Donald 
" W. White 
" W. A. Nash 
" J N. Tuttla 
" A. E. Neil 
J. 0. Kell* 
" R. B Hope 
J. M. Munro 

JOS. PottH 

R. Ilillver 
II J Walkor 
J. C Fall* 
" Jas N<-w*ll,M.D 
" J. P. Atkinson 
" Thos. Mnuro 
" C.C. Norris 
" E J Hopkins 
" A} 7 . MUler 
" W. v lieaman 
" I>. Kwiiift 
" W. B Klliott 
A. G. McDonald 

" F. Bray 
F M. Carpenter 
1 D. D. Ho ker 
J. C. Mi Rao 
D. I). Kose 

S 11. W, lion 

G. D. Lewis 
Win. Koss 

K. 0. Enking 
II II. Ciiirng 
R. J Bourchier 
W. N. Johnston 
S. R. MoffU 
A. E. Wall -tee 

" Jas. Princo 

G. A. Siddall 

" J. Senu 

" N. G. Ross 

" W II I gergoll 

" John B>yd 

" A. Hwtor 

" M. Mnlcrltn 

J. K. Hur hum 

" R It Hunt" rford 

W. W Stirling 

" C. Dempsey 

" J. N. Oringl* 



1884.] 



MASONIC. 



131 



NO 

201 
203 
205 
207 
209u 
209 
210 
212 
213 
214 
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216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
228 
229 
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232 
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230 
237 
238 
239 
241 
242 
243 
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247 
24S 
249 
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258 
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26 1 
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278 
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28 ri 

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292 
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294 
295 
296 
297 
299 
300 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 1 NIGHT OF MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


* Leeds 


tjananotiue... 


Tuesday on or before f. m. ev. mo. 
Friday before f. moon 
Monday on or after f. moon " 
Saturday on or before f. m. " 
Second Thursday 
First Tuesday " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
First Monday " . 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Monday on or after f. m. " 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Second Monday 
Friday on or before f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday bef >re f. moon 
i uesday on or before f. moon 
Saturday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Monday after f moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Fourth Monday 
Second Wednesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Friday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Friday before f. m. " 
Tuesday before f. m. 
Friday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Monday on or before f. m. " 
Thursday on or before fm. " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Fourth Tuesday " 
Wednesday after f. m. 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
First Monday " 
Thursday on or befire f. m. " 
Wednesday on or after f. m. " 
First Wednesday " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Second Tuesday " 
Monday on or before f. m. " 
First Tuesday " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Monday on or after f. m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m, " 
First Monday " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday before f. m. " 
First Weduesday " 
List Friday 
Wednesday on Or after f. m. 
Fourth Tuesday 
Wednesday on or before f, m. 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
M >nday on or before f m. 
Friday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Thursday before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Kirst Thursday " 
First Tuesday " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday after f. m. " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or bef jre f. m. " 
Tuesday before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or before f. in. " 
Thursday on or before f m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
First Wednesday 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or after f. m. " 
Last Wednesday " 
Friday on or before f. m. " 
Thursday on or before f. m. < 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 


W. Br.J. S. Watt 
" T. l\ Smith .... 
" Otto I lerfsprick 
" J. P. Snyder.... 
" W. J Johnston 
" J H. Both well. 
" K. McFarlane . 
" J. Ai?new, M D. 
" W. L. Allen ... 
" J Wells 


Br.Jas Iliyward 
A. Spalding 
" A. Fraser 
" J. D. Houston 
" J. Siddous 
" W. A Field 
Jas R\an 
A. Malone 
C H. .Mathews 
W. M. Shoeoottom 
Isaiah <Y]i>mun 
W. A. McLiui 
H. C. Hilliker 
W. II Woodstock 
T. J. Wheeler 
K. J. Butler 
W. F. Fish 
D. Fletcher 
Thos. Burke 
M. Zeller 
W. J. Ferguson 
J. A. McKay 
Jas. AnJeison 
J. Henderson 
E. J D-trby 
" H Gross 
" D U. McLeod 
" C W. Hartman 
< F Sinclair 
W. C. Law 
John Dean 
A. Jamieson 
A. W. Vandusen 
J. Kemp 
Wm. Brui 
R G. Laurjigon 
Robt. Ward 
W. H. Unit 
" Jas. A. Scott 
1 John Pungellr 
H. C. Ross 
D. A. Givins 
L. Sewell 
Osgood McKean 
C C. Fa. ran, jun. 
W. H Broughton 
C. Ban;ing 
J. B. Lucas 
Jas. Peat 
F. Mitchell 
1 Alex. Yule 
E Cl.trk 
" W A Jamieaon 
" J T. B. Lindsay 
" A. T. Briggg 
A. R. Coltart 
" C. E. Stewart 
" R. Stokes 
" A. L Rundle 
John D. Lt itch 
John Richards 
< C L. Von Gnnt| 
B. S. S II idlej 
John Groen 
H. Hudson 
E. Bolduc 
A. L. DIorden 
0. Floyd 
1 G. W. Harrison 
W. Webster 
John Shaw 
" Geo. Keariig 
" W. E Grove* 
W. S. Beaver 
" T. R. Powell 
" Byron Lane 
" W. J.Sfutt 
" John Robinson 
" Wm. Klse 
" G. B. Johnston 
" F S. Proctor 
" D C. Hrfihsrinirton 
" H. Von Ende. jun 
" J. K. Mabe 
" Robert Smith 




New Dominion... 


sew Ilamb g 

Lancaster.... 


*St. John s 


Lanark 
llawkesburv 
Uardenlnla d 
Rid^eway ... 
Ailsa Craig . 
AffleUasburg 
Orange ville . 
Delhi 


Hluwkesbury.... 




*Crai* r 


Lake 


" J G. Johnston. 
" W. H. Robinson 
J. L Brown 
Geo. H. Lauder 
Jas Newton.... 
D.Campbell ... 
E. Culverhouse 
" Thos. Warren . 
" W.HStephns n 
" C. Bennett 
" T. G Fenntll... 
" T. W. Beeman. 
" Adam Morton . 
" F. Wilmott 
" J.A.Campbell. 
" G.W.King 
" T. Magladery ... 
" J. H. Dickinson 
" Wm Portia 
" W H. Bingham 
J. UTeall 
8. Howden 
" F. Lawrence ... 
P. Williams.... 
R. Fit Ids 


*llarris 


* Frederick 


Toronto 
Georgetown. 
Uxbridge . . 
Thorold 
Marmora ... 
Norwood ... 
Zurich 
Lit* towel 
Odessa 
Bratnpton ... 
Bell Kwart... 
Ottawa 


*OreJit 


*Zeredarha 


* Mountain 


* Norwood 
*Zurich 




*Prince Arthur . 


*Kerr 


Lodge of Fidelity 


Wallace town 
Park Hill ... 
Clarksburg . 
Pai.sley 
Bond (lead... 
Vienna 
Watford 
Tweed 


* Doric 




Aid worth 
Manitoba 






Tweed 


*Quinte 


Shann nville 
Eicolt Front 
St George ... 
Thamesville 
Yorkville .... 
Pakeuham... 
Midland 
Embro 




*St. George 


E. E. Kitchen . 
" J. Davidson . ... 
" S. Pearcy 




*Ashlar 


Eureka 


" Arthur Church 
" H. V. Swilzer... 
Cnas. Kittmer. 
W. D. Gordon . 
J. Murray 
R. M. Stuart ... 
E. C. Robertson 
Jas. Brogden... 
J. A. Angell.... 
L. Brush 


*CaldOQian 
Thistle 




Kingston .... 
Clifton 


Clifton 




Dresden 
Farrau s Pt. 
Gait 


*Farran s Point . 
*Galt 


Springfield 
* Washington 
*0ak Branch 


Springfield.. 
Petrolia 
Innerkip 
Harriston ... 


II.G.W.Kittridge 
" Thos. Peat 
" A. J Stewart... 
" W. D. Griggs... 
" Levi Booth 
" J. C. Steele 
" W. Watson 
" N. J.Bigart ... 
" J. Aitken 


* Forest 


*Jhaudiere 


Ottawa 
Thornhill.... 
Stayner 
Chatham . ... 
Bobcaygeon. 
Brougham .. 
Oshawa 
Krin 


*Northern Light 
Parthenon 
Verulaih 


*Brougham Un u 
*Cedar 


" J. Palmer 


" Alex. Mackie... 
S Dilts 


Wellington 


Aucaster .... 
Blenheim .... 
Teeswater ... 
Pt.Dilhousit 
Roslin 
Huspeler .... 
Napanee 
II .I d Land g 
Glen-oe 
Belleville ... 
Brussels 
Alliston 
Wiugham ... 
Pr. Arthur L 


" R S Stevenson 
" N Flater 


*Kent 


Teeswater 
*Se\mour 
Mvstic 
New Hope 


" II. B O Connor. 
" C R >se 


" C. Hudson, jun. 
" Ja^. Himer 
" A H Allison... 
" D. L. Kllerby... 
" W. G. Luinley. 
" P. II. Hainbly 
" J. M. Mclntosh 
" John Strachan. 
" W. Elliott 
" W. C. Dobbie ... 
" A. M <Gugan ... 
" W. C. Coulson . 
" Arch. C<x!hrane 
" E. Y.Godfray... 
8. B^rneim 
Rev D.Arastr g 
S. R. Dales 
L. R. Smith .... 
Otto J. Klotz ... 
H. A. Biker ... 
" 8 S.Murray,MD 


Mount Sinai 
*Thorne 


I/orne 
* Kureka 
*St. John s 
Seven Stars 
*\Vin"liam ..*.. .. 


Shnniah 


*Di>rii: 


* Leamington 


Leimineton. 
W.Flauiboro 
Mobleton .... 
Jerusalem P. 
Moortown . 
Dray ton .... 
St.Cathariu a 
P.eston .... 
Cntreville . 
I Thorndale ... 


*DuffeHn 


*Rohert8ou 
*Ry l Sol. Mother 
*Moore 


Conestogo 
"Tempi* 


Preston 


Victoria 


*Mount Olivet... 



[131] 



132 



MASONIC. 



[1884. 



NO. 

301 

302 

303 

304 

305 

306 

307 

308 

809 

3U 

312 

313 

314 

315 

316 

318 

319 

320 

321 

322 

323 

324 

3i 5 

3:26 

327 

328 

329 

330 

331 

332 

333 

334 

335 

336 

337 

338 

339 

340 

341 

342 

343 

344 

.345 

346 

347 

348 

349 

350 

352 

353 

354 

355 

356 

SM 

358 

359 

360 

361 

362 

363 

364 

365 

366 

367 

368 

369 

370 

371 

372 

373 

374 

375 

376 

377 

378 

379 

880 

382 

3H3 

384 

385 

386 

3S7 

388 

389 

390 



LODGE. 



j WHERE HELD. 



*Hauover Hanover . . . 

St. David s St. Thomas . 

*Blythe :Blythe 

vUiuerva jCraigvale ... 

*lluinber Weston 

Durham Durham 

*.\rkona JArkona 

*(4ratton Graftoa 

*. Morning Star ...[Smith s Hill. 

*Blackwood Woodbridge. 

Wallaceburg 



Lakeneld 
Palmerstou. 
Clifford 



Puyx 
*Cleui6iiti 
*lair ... 
Olitford v 

* Doric Toronto 

Wilinot ! Baden 

* Hiram Cheapside ... 

*Chesterville Chesterville. 

Walker j Acton West. 

North Star lOweu Sound] 



NIGHT OP MEETING. 



*Alvinnton 



Alvinston 



*Temple Hamilton. ... 

*.)rono lOrono 



Zetland. 

Che Hammond... 

[ouic 

*Kiug Solomon . 
: Corinthian 



Toronto 

Wardsvilie... 

Napier 

Jarvia 



London East 



Prince Arthur .. 
*Prince Arthur 



\jui i ii iijiau ...... uvuuvu uctot 

Fordwich I Fordwich .... 

Stratf >rd ! Stratford .... 

Fieslierton... 

Arthur 

Lan^ion 
JHighgat > ... 
Pt. Robinson 
Welland Pr. 
D.m Mount 
Pittsburg 



*Higb.u;ato 
*M.mle 
Dutferin 
i*0i-ient 
*St. John s 
* Bruce 
Hiram 



Tiverton 

Wolfe Island 



Georgina [ Sutton 



DorcbwterS. 



Nilestowu ... 

Toronto 

Fergus 

Peuetang ne 
St. Thomas . 
Port KUrfn... 
Parry Sound 
Oolborne 
Cam.iugton. 

erth 

Streetsville,. 
Waterdowu.. 



M-rrill 

JNilesto\vn 

I *0>:cideat 

,*Mercer 

"Georgian 

! *Blgin 

*Port Elgin 

Granite 

F.xcelsior 

>Brok 

, Claudeboye 

,*River Park 

Waterdown 

*Delaware Valley Delaware ... 

*Vitloria . . Vittoria 

Muskoka Biacebridge 

*Waverley Guelph 

* Maple Leaf 

*Fronte,nac 

*Duffiria 

North Star 

* Euclid 

*St. George 

Salem iBrockville.. 

*Mimico Ltmbion... 

Harmony Delta 

*Princeof Wales O tawa 



Tara 

Cataraqui ... 
Melbourne... 
Roseneath ... 
Strathroy ... 
Toronto ... 



*PaUnr Victoria 

*0op(,stone j Welland First Thursday 

*Keene Keene Fiist Thursday 

*Lorue Omi-oiee .First Thursday 

*Unity Huntsvill-) . First Wednesday 

*I,.>rne !Shelburne ... Wednesday after f. m. 

Kins; Solomon " Petersville... Third Wednesday 
Middlesex Bryariston ... Wednesday on or before f. m. 

i*Union London 

iD n-k . : llHinil on. ... 

Henderson W.Winrhes r 

* Vlpha Paikd.ile . ... 



Beeton 
*Mc;;oll ............ West Lome. 



Ilderton ...... 

*i>yht 1 Fount. n N. Augusta. 
"Florence ......... Florence ...... 



Second Monday 

I hird Monday 
First Tues lay 
Fi^t Thursday 
Wdne<lay on or after f. m. 
Wednesday after full moon 
I hursday on or before f. m. 
Thursday after full moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 

L132J 



Monday on or before f. m. ev. mo. 
Monday on or after f. m. 
Tuesday on or after f. moon " 
Tuesday on or after f. m. " 

Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Fndwy on or before f moon 
Monday on or betore f. moon 
First Tuesday 
Friday after f. moon 
Third Monday 
Third Wednesday 
Friday on or atter f. moon 
Wednesday on orbef. f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
Monday on or before t. moon 
Wednesday after f. moon 
Tuesday on or after f. moon 
Fourth Monday 
Thursday on or before f. moon 
Fourth Friday 
I hird Tuesday 
Friday before f. moon 
Friday on or before f. moon 
First Tuesday 

Tbureday on or before f. m. 
Second Monday 
Friday on or ai ter f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Monday on or before f. moon 
First Thursday 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f moon 
First Tuesday 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Friday on or before f. moon 
Thursday on or after f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
First Wednesday 
Thursday after i". moon 
Thursday on or befor f. m. 
Second Tuesday 
Friday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
First Wednesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Third Monday 
Tuesday on or before f moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Friday on or before f. moon 
Friday on or before f. moon 
I uesday on or before f. moon 
Fourth Tuesday 
Monday on or before f moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday oil or before f. m. 
Thursday before f. moon 
First Friday 
Second Monday 
Tuesday before f. moon 
Wednesday on or after f. m. 
Second Thursday 
ITuesdiy on or after f. m. 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 



W. Br. Chas. Coutts ... 

A. Hess 

W. L Quimette 

S.J.Reid 

John Lintun ... 
II W. Mockler. 
W.J.George.... 
T.N.Webster... 
" Jno. Morgan.... 

" G. Gilmuur 

" S.C.Davis 

" D. Fraser, M.D. 
" T. H. Bminetto. 

" B.Oaudell 

" Chas. Pearson . 

" P. Erbach 

" Geo. Sherk 

" H. W. iMoad . ... 
" W. H. Lowry... 
W. J. Paterson 
" Inns Cahill .... 
" C. W. Mulligan 
" W. Thompson... 
" W. Macdonald . 

J.S. Upper 

A Arthurs 

J. D. Chrich on 

Robt Bouney . 

J. J. Sweetman 

Alex. Hamilton 

M. Hichardson. 

J. W. Fraser.... 

J. CHmpbell 

A. DeCow, M.D 

Wm. Be!l 

R. Tisdale 

J Jones 

Alex. Adams ... 

J. R Paterson . 

W. B. D Argent 

F. G. Treiuayne 

A iSlaght 

W. Turnbull ... 

J. R. Dunn 

John Tisdale ... 
H. F. Switzer... 

S. Dubber 

J. W. Siaff>rd . 
D. Macfarlane . 
W L. Payne.... 

J M. Hart 

W. H Grant.... 
Geo. A. Joyce... 
J McMonies.... 

J. Fitzallen 

Jos McCall 

Isiiac Iluber. ... 
R. Gounnell . ... 
H. W. Hicks.... 
R. T. Cordukes. 
D. A. Sinclair... 

J. Mason 

C. Bixel 

A. G. Hoi-wood. 
J. W. Pickup... 

H. T. Ida 

J. M. Sinclair... 
G. S. Macfarlane 

A. Hurrtll 

R. H. Dyer .... 

R Proutt 

W. Mill r 

A If. Deuton 

J F. Mat tliewa. 
W. II. Heard ... 

J.C.G.Sile 

0. J. Idi lle 

H. E. Gallagher 
Alex. Cimron. 
Geo. J. Hennett 

G. \. Carke.... 
T.W.Kirkjmt k. 
R B.Aylesworth 
J T. insmore. 
J. Chapman . ... 
J. C. Laurence. 



SECRETARY. 



Br. John J. James 
" W. G. Morgan 
" C. B. Tanner 
i J. Black 
John II. Conway 
George Russell 
Ni-lson George 
Wm. Lawless 
John Wilson 
P. D. McLean 
Chas. Chubb 
S. Sheldrake 
G. A. Davidson 
Jae. D. Allen 
S Adlard 
" H. Liersch 
" Alt . Goodwin 
" Ed K. Her 
" Qeo. Hynds 
" John Miller 
" R. Code 
C. Banlett 
G. AndruS 
; Jnn. A. Carlow 
Kev. B. Beamer 
H. Thompson 
; D Hill 
H. C. Simpson 
Jas. Foster 
C B. Irwine 
R J. Sproule 
T. J. Phillips 
D. D. Witt 
Wm. All rdyce 
0. F. Wilkins 
I) C. Holmes 

" D. Hunter 

" P. G. Wilmot 

" A. S. Lowe 

" J. w. Kyle 

" R Price 

" W. H. Shaw 

W. S Mi-is 

" Alf. Curiftn 

" llarrv Vincent 

" C. McGibbon 
T. W. Kawliuson 

B. B. ISoyd 

C. Clarke 

T. W Gumming 
A. E. Hirschfolder 
J. W. Berry man 

B Grennan 

T. J. Baker 

R R. M ntgomery 

W. Dawson, jr 

Win. Simmons 

Thos. S Petrie 

K. C. Bruce 

H. T. Berry 

Charles Na^le 

C Gil espie 

F. Lawson 

F. Brown 

C. H. Kitzsimmons. 

C. Tliyton 

A. B own 

T. S. Stothem 

Wm. Thompson 

H. Morrison 

J. M. Shaw, M.D 

J. D Thornton 

.] . R. H-ece 

F. A Campbell 
Alex. M -Queen 
I Nicholson 

A C. Stewart 
J R Rutherford 

G. P, Sills 

G. G. Mackenzie 
F. C. Morrison 
A. McColl 
J. A. Bradley 
Thos McNeil 
.7 R Chuckley 
W. E. Amsdon 



1884.] 



MASONIC. 



133 



MO. 

391 

392 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 

399 

400 

401 

402 

D 

U.D 



LODGE. 



*Howard Ridgetown 

*Uuron ICamlacbie ... 

*Forest Chesley 

King Solomon ... T 

Parvsim Cumber 

*Cedar Wiarton 

* Leopold JBrigden .. 

*Victoria ! VictoriaRoad 

Moffat i Harrietsville 

Oahville iOakville 

Craig IDeseronto 

Central Katex Centre 

Lome iTamworth 

Windsor i Windsor 



B HEL!>. 


NIUHT OP MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTEK. 


SECRiTAKI . 


town... 
icbie ... 

fy 

esford . 


Second Thursday of every mou 
Wednesday on or after f. m. 
First Tuesday 
Tuesday after full moon 
Thursday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday" on or before f. moon 
Tuesday on or after f. moon 
Secoi d Tuesday 
Tuesday on or after f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moou 
Fiist Tuesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Friday on or before f. nioon 
Second Wednesday 


t), 
i 


W. Br. R. Porterfield . 
F. Kenneay . ... 
J. Stephens 
F. Palterson 
R. H Abbott ... 
Jas. Inksetter . 
F. R feagar ... 
W. R. Cavana... 
J. .7. Jelly 
" J. Kaitting 
" R J Craig 


Br. E. McKay 
" J. B. Riggin 
J. K. Clarke 
" C. Gainer 
" W. A. McTntosh 
" Alex. Kerr 
J. E. Demare 
" F. 0. Miller 
" R. Thomas 
" O. W. Pearce 
" Qeo. A. Browne 


,on 
en 
riaRoad 
etsville 
He .... 
onto ... 
Centre 
forth . 
sor 


" W. L. Burdick. 
" J S Miller . . 


" J. E. D Avignon 



M, E. Comp. H. Macpherson, Ow. S d, Or. Z 



The Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of Canada. 

OFFICERS OF THE GRAND CHAPTER, 1H83 84. 

R. E. Comp S E Townsond. Hamilton. Grand Prin.Sojour 



R. E. 



Tlioa Sirgant, Toronto, H. VGr d Council. 

R Heudry. jr., Kingston," J. J 

R Mack iy, St. Thomas Gr. Sup. London Dist, 

C. L Beard, Woodstock, 
John Scoon, Guelph, 
W. G. Reid, Hamilton, 

D. Mel}. Malloch. Clinton, 
Win. Forbes. Grimsby, 

F. G*ll >w, Toronto. 
C. Doebler, Port Hope, 
J. H. Muruey, Picton, 
W.D.Gordon Kingston, 
Henry Duffrll. St. J ihn s, 
C. F. Forrest. Winnipeg. 



Wilson 


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Huron 


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Niagara 




Toronto 




Ontario 




P. Edw d 




N. Brunfl. 




Manitoba 





.. 

i . 



. 

David McLellau, Hamilton. Grand Scribe E. 
Alex. Patterson, Toronto, Grand Scribe N. 

Grand Superintendents of Districts. 



E. Mitchell. Hamilton, 
" " J. G Robinson, Toronto, 

V. E. " Wm. Smeaton. Picton, 
" " Edwin Plant, Ottawa, 
" " John Wilson. Simcoe, 

" " W m. Panton, Milton, 
" " H. C Winch, Peterboro , 
" " T. L. M. Tipton. Dunnville, 

H D.P.LeCappeliin.Win p g, 
S. R. Moffatt. Gu^Iph, 
J.D.!-hortt,St.Johu N B. ") 
S. S. Clutton, Aylmer, 
Joseph Beck, Sail ford, 
T. McCarrolI. Mesford, 
J. H. Pritchard. Toronto, 



Treasurer. 
; Registrar. 
1st Asst. Soj. 
2nd " " 
Sword Bearer 
Mas. ot Veils. 
Stand. Bearer 

Dir. of Cerem. 

Organist. 

Pursuivant. 

" Stewards. 
" Janitor. 



R. E. Comp. R. Mackay. St. Thomis. ... London District. 
" " C. L. Beard. Woodstock ... Wilson " 

" " John Scoon, Guelph Wellingt n" 

" Win Q. Roid. Hamilton . Hamilton " 
" D. McG. Mallo<-h. Clinton, Huron " 
" " Wm. Forbes, Grimsby Niagara " 



R. E. Comp. F. Gallow, Toronto Toronto District. 

" C. Doebler, Port Hope . ... Ontario 

" J. H Murney, Picton P. Edward 

" W. D. Gordon. Kingston . Central 

" Henry Duffel! . St. John... N.Brunsw k" 

" C. F. Forrest, Winnipeg... Manitoba " 



Representatives near the Grand Chapter of Canada from Foreign Grand Chapters. 



M.E. 



Alabama, 
Arkansas 
California, 
Colorado, 
Connecticut, " 
Del -.ware. R.E. 
Dist. of Colum., " 
Florida, 



Georgia, 
Illinois, 
Indiana, 



...R. E. Comp. Isaac F.Toms Goderich. 

" " John McLareii ... Oraugeville. 
" " Hen. Macpherson. Owen Sound. 

L. H. Henderson. Bell-mile. 

DonaH Ross Picton. 

T. C Micriaob ... Chatham. 

H. Robertson. 

James MofTat. 

D. McLellan 



M E. 

" 
R. E. 



Kansas, 
Kentucky, 
Louisiana, 
Mains. " 

Marjltud, 
Massachusetts. " 
Minnesota, M. K. 
Mississippi, R. E. 
Mi-souri, " 

Nebraska, 



N.Hampshire.R. E. Comp.D. MeLellan .... Hamilton. 
New Jersey, M.E. " Daniel Sp- ?*"" .? 



R.E. 



V.E. 
R. E. 



O llingwood. 

London. 

Hamilton. 

Wm. Forbes Grimsby. 

James Seymour... St. Catharines 
James Se>mour... St. Catharines. 

J. M. Gibson Hamilton. 

T. Surgant Toronto. 

Kdward Mitchell. Hamilton. 

D R. Mnnro 8t. John, N.B. 

J. G Burns Toronto. 

J. A Henderson... Kingston. 

F. ,1. Meiiet Toronto. 

Henry Robertson. C lliiigwood. 
W.J.B McL.Moore Laprairie. 
J. R. R (bertson ... Toronto. 
Representatives near Foreign Grand Chapters from th". Grand Chapter of Canada. 



Nevada, 
New York, 
N. Carolina, 
Nova Scotia, 
Ohio, 
Oreg ,n, 

Pennsylvania, " 
Quebec, M. E. 

Rhode Island, V. E. 
S. Carolina, M. E. 
Tennessee, 
Texas, 
Virginia, 
Vermont, 
W. Virginia 
Wisconsin, 
Scotland, " 

Gr Mark L geof 
Eng.&Wales, M.E. 



R. E. 



M. E. 
R.E 



J J. M*son HamiUon. 

H. Robertson Col I ing wood. 

James Wilson .... Toronto. 
R Hendry.jun ... Kingston. 

H. A. Mackty Hamilton. 

R. J. Hovenden... Toronto. 
Donald McPhie... Hamilton. 

Daniel Spry Ba ri -. 

J. B Trayes Port Hope. 

C. D Macdonnell. Peterboro . 

Wm. Gibson Beamsville. 

R. Brieiley Hamilton. 

Wm. Brvdon Rat Portage, 

Jas. B Nixon Toronto. 

S B Harman Toronto. 

Gavin Stewart.... Hamilton. 
J. K. Kerr Toronto. 



Jag. Seymour St.Catharine* 





E. 


Comp 


J. H Johnson . ... 


Talladega. 


Nebraska. R. E 


Arkansas, 
California, 
Colorado 


ft 

M. " 
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tt 

tt 


G.L.KimbHll . .. . 
N. W. Spaulding.. 
B T Wells 


Dardanelle. 
Oakland. 
Black Hawk. 


N HampHh e, " " 
New Jersey, M. " 
Nevada, R. " 


Connecticut, 
Delaware. 
Di-t. Colum . 

Florida. 


II 

K 

R. " 
M. " 


tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 


W. R Higby 
G. F. Young 
J. S. McCoy, M.D., 
R. 1 I errv 


Bridge port. 
Wilmington. 
Washington. 
Key West. 


New York, " " 
N. Carolina, 
Nova Scotia, 
Ohio, R. 


Georgia, 
111 i Ti"is 


.. a 
R. " 


tt 
t< 


W. H. Tuller 
J. H M i:. * 


Atlanta. 
Chicago. 


Oregon. 
Pennsylv ia, R. 


Indiana, 
Iowa. 
Ireland, 
Kansas, 
Kentucky, 
Louisiana, 
Maine, 
Ifnrj land, 
Ma"Hachus t.s, 
Miniii S ita. 
Mississippi, 
Missouri, 


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R. " 

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M. " 

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E. L McL-.llen ... 
J. W. Wilson 
J. TI. Noilson 
Francis Menet.... 
H. H. French 
And. Hero.jun... 
A J Fuller 
J M. drfer 
Edwin W.uht.... 
0. G. Miller 
A. H. Barkley .... 
M. A. Fyke 


Colum. City. 
Newton. 
Dublin. 
Lawrence 
Mt Sterling. 
Delta. 
Bath. 
Bilfimore. 

St. Paul. 
Crawfordsv le. 
Clinton. 


Quebec, " 
Rh. Island, " 
S Carolina, 
Tennessee, 
Texas, 
Virginia, M. 
Vermont, P. 
W. Virginia, " 
Wisconsin, M. 
Scotland, R. 
Gr MarkL geof 
Ene.&Wales,M. 



R.E. Comp. H. P. Duel Omaha. 

A. Biker Lebanon. 

W. H. Mclllhaney New York. 
S. W. Chubbuck... Gold II 11. 
John S. Bowen ... New Yoik. 

C. C. Clarke New Berne. 

L. F. Darling Htlit ax. 

C. A. Wood ward. .Cl -vr land. 
Donald Mackay... Portland. 

T. R. Patton Philadelphia. 

Thomas Milton ... Mon renl. 

W. R. Greene Providence. 

J.M Bratten, M.D Chatl-ston. 
K. 1 Mmuudson.... Pnlaski. 
Hen Scherffins ... Houston. 

G. W. Dame Dam-ilK 

Win. Brinmaid... Burlington. 
Frank .Johnson 
R. D Pulford... 
Earl of Kintoro 



" Fred. Biuckes 



Mineral P nt. 
Carl ton Club, 
L"n., Eng. 
London, Eng. 



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134 



MASONIC. 



[1884. 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



NO. 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

10 


CHAPTER. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIOHTS OF MEETING. 


FIRST PRINCIPAL Z. 


SCRIBE E. 


Anc ntFrontenac 
The Hirain 
St. John s 


Kingston .... 
Hamilton ... 
London, 
Toronto 


Third Tuesday in Feb., May, Aug. & Nov. 
First Monday ev. m. except July & Aug. 


W. D. Gordon 


G. W. Andrews 
W. C. Morton 
lohn Si iMons 
R F. Srmth 
W. R. Browne 
Arthur Doherty 
A Mi Ginnis 
Ceorge Clarke 


[ . F. D.llev 


Win. Hawthorn. ... 
Seymour Porter.... 
Andruw Kills, jr.... 


St.And.&St.John 
St. George s 
St. John s 


Third Friday of every month 




Hamilton ... 
Belleville ... 
Toronto 

St. .Tnhn \ T R 


2nd Thursday ev. m. except July & Aug 
First Tuesday of every month 
Third Monday of every month 


Moira 


L. H. Henderson ... 
Alex Patterson. ... 

IF H R vi.i,ll; ui . 


King Solomon s.. 





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69 



St. Mark s St And..N.B. Second Thursday of everv month I W. D. liartt W D Forfit or 



Cataraqui 
Wawanosh 

Carleton 

Oxford 



Kingston ... Second Monday in Feb May, Aug. & Nov W. Waddingtoii,jr, W. 8 Sm.vth 
Sarnia Second Friday in Jan April, July & Oct. !Thos. Kllison 1 -... ...... J. J. Clement 



Ottawa 1st Thurday ev. m., June July&Aug exet Edwin Plaijt.. 

Woodstock... I First Friday of every month j A. W. Francis 



Mount M^riah ... ISt Catharin s Friday on or before f. moon of each month; Levi Yii e 



[Mount Horeb 

Grenville 

Ezra i 

Tecumseh 

St. Mark s 

Manitou 

Pentalpha 

McCallum 

Huron 

Prince Edward... 

Waterloo 

Sisrnet 



Brantford 

Prescott 

Simcoe , 

Stratford .., 

Trenton 

Collingwood 

Oshawa 

Dunnvjlle ... 
Goderich .... 

Picton 

Gait 

Birrie.... 



W. H. Morgan 
James Wilson 
W. Atkin 

! First Wednesday of every month David Curtis Robert Morton 

(Second Tuesday of every month Wm. Henry Dunn. M. Doweley 

j Second Wednesday of every month Robt. Rochester. . 

Last Tuesday of every month | A. Matheson 

Second Wednesday of every month iN> Returns 

First Friday of every month Frank K Gregory 

Second Friday of every month !H B. F. O Dell .., 

Friday on or aft. f. moon of every month . T. L. M Tipton . . 

First Friday of every month R RHdHiffe 

Friday on or after every f. moon Wm. Smeaton .... 

Monday on or aft. f. moon of every month Wm. Cowan 



John Wilson 
VV. R. Knox 
No Returns 
W. R. Andnrson 
L. H. Murton 
J. S. Atnsden 
A. McD Allen 
Donald Ross 
J. M. Hnod 



. First Tuesday of every month . C. H Bosanko B. J Zimmerman 



Keystone .Whitby .Third Thursday of every month jjhn Stanton 

3oiinthian IPeterboro ghJThird Tuesday of every month D. Fi-aser 



Victoria 

Seymour 

Botsford 

Ouelpb. 

Harris 

Mouot Sinai 

Excelsior 

St. James 

Wellington 

St. John s 

Elora 



Port Hope... I Second Thursday of every month fha. Doebler 



Bradford 
Monc* on, NB 

Guelph 

Ingersoll ... 

Napanee 

Colborne ... . 
St. Mary s ... 
Chatham ... 

Cobourg 

Elora 



Snugeen Walkerton. 



Prince Rupert ... 

Bruce 

Pale-tine 
Niagara . 
Georgian 



King Hiram 

Pembroke ... 



Winnipeg,!!. 

Petrolit 

St. Thomas... 
Niagara 
Owen Sound 
Pt. Colborne. 
Pembroke ... 

Sussex Brockville... 

Doric Newmarket. 

Granite Almonte 

York Eglington ... 

Havelock I Kincardine . 

Willson |Welland 

Ottario Yorkville . ... 

Seaforth \ Clinton 

Enterprise Harriston ... 

Maitland j Maitland . ... 

Grimsby Grimsby 

Grand River Berlin. 



Friday on or before f.m. of every month- 
Third Monday of every month 

Friday on or after every f. moon 

First Tuesday after f. m. of every month. 

Wednesday after every f moon 

First Thursday of every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

Thursday on or bef. f. moon every month 
Friday on or bef. f. moon every month... 
Wednesday after f. moon every month... 
Third Tuesday of every month 



J. H Addison 
W. H Casement 
Peter Perrv 
Charles Ellictt 
George Ackman 



First Thursday of eve y month |C. H. House 

First Thursday of every month |D Trotter 

First Tuesday of every month | W. K. Idsardi 



Thursday after the f. m. of every month! H J. Brown 
First Tuesday of every month Jas McLaughlin.. 



First Thursday of every month 

First Mouday of every month 



H. S. B -ou^hton 
J W Wallace ... 

S R. Moffat Oeo. Anderson, jnu 

C H. Slawson w A. Woolson 

James Walters J. G Tennell 

No Returns No Returns 

No Returns No Returns 

W. L. Thackaberry 
O. J. Stephens 
Wm. E. Savage 
.(. F II. Gunn 
Wm.G. Bell 
Thos Cochrane 
N W. Ford 
O. J. Miller 
D. P. TTrquhart 
S R. din-aland 
No Returns 
Wm. King 
A. M Hood 



W. II Sparling .... 
R.J. Winch . 
J. M Kraser . 
Jos. Crig.. . . 



T. Rae 

No Returns 



Friday on or bef. f. moon of every monthJThos. Wilkinson ... 

First, Wednesday of every month ;D W. Maves 

Second Monday of every mouth Wm. Smith j.Tohn Ballantyn 

Thursday after f. moon of every month. 

First Mouday of every month 

Last Wednesday of every month 

Second Wednesday of every month 

Friday before f. moon of every month ... 
Tuesday after f. moon of every month ... 
Third Thursday in March, June, Sep 
tember, a>.d December 



Prince of Wales.. Amberstb g. 
Beaver StnUhroy .... 



70 
71 
74 
75 
T6 

77 Occident Toronto ... 

78 Minnewiwa | Park Hill. 

79 [Orient 

80 ,Ark 

81 Avlmer 

82 Shunish P.A Landing 

83 Ionic Orangeville.. 

84 j Lebanon Wingham 

85 Exeter Exeter . . 

86 Macpherson Meaford ... 

87 Wentworth JDundas ... 

88 Macnahb j Dresden... 

89 Woodstock i Woodstock 

90 i Golden ... .. K;,t I ortug 



First Wednesday in January, March, 
May. July, September and December. 

First Wednesday after f. moon 

First Wednesday on or before f. moon ... 

Second Tuesday in each month 

St Clair Milton Sec d Wed in Jan and alternate months 

Mount Nebo ;I)rum dville.| First Friday after full moon 

Fourth Monday in every month 

Third Wednesday of every month 

Third Wednesday of every month 

First Wednesday of every month 



J. K. Hopkins 

DeWitt II. \lartyn. 

J. M. Dunn 

Fred. J. Mnet 

D McO. Malloch... 
Alex. Michie 



S. Marvel Davies 
Wm. Forbes 



J. MrC<rter 
R D Hall 
M. W. Bridzmaa 
Wm. H Best 
M R Counter 
II. H. Dewar 

John Moore 
|Robt-. Thompson 



, rar 
Toronto .... 

Windsor.... 

Aylmer L. . 



Friday on or after f. m of every month IS. S. Clntton . 



Friday on or before full moon 



Tuesday after the f. m. of every month.. .IS. H. McKitriok 
First Wednesday of each month 



H. Hunt { Chirles Huher 

TI. T. Wilkinson ... I George Green 

W. H Grant J Noble 

J. A. Frazer E. Dixon 

Anson Garner F. Fischer 

W. Walker W. J Turner 

W. R. Grige W Caw 

Andrew Paik i Lawrence Gibb 

Joseph P rk Thomas Burnie 

IJ Connell 
R E Mitchell 
jHnah K. Reid 
[.lames Fl Mity 
Charles S-nior 
Fred S Clarke 



A. W. Thorn 1 ** 



First Tuesday of each month Richird Sl Inn .... 

Second Thursday in every month :Thomas M Carroll. 

Friday on or after earh full moon H-Miry Bickf.ird. ... iThomiH ^eaman 

Monday after full moon of every month ( Thos. C. M cnabb. |S .1. Rail 

Third Thursday of every month Anan as MrFurlane; Jo-i:(h 

Fourth WedoesdBv of every month J Mm K. Brydon ...I 

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ODD FELLOWS. 



135 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Address of the Officers of the Grand Lodge of Ontario for the year ending August, 18BU. 



Wm. Macdiarmid, Grand Master, Lucan. 

A. L Morden, Deputy Grand Master. Napanee. 

N. II. Martin, Grand Warden, Chatham. 

J. B. King, Grand Secretary, Toronto. 

Win. Badenaoh, Grand Treasurer, Toronto. 

Jas. Woodyatt, Grand Representative, Brantford. 



Cl. T. Campbell, Grand Representative, London. 

J. R. Reid, Grand Marshall, Brockville. 

J. J. Manning, Grand Conductor, Brampton. 

J. W. Burriss. Grand Guardian, London. 

J. F. O Neil, Grand Herald, Point Edward. 

Rev. T. W. Jolliffe, Grand Chaplain, Toronto. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


i 

NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


Brock 


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IS 


Brockville 


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Alter. Monday 
Thursday 
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Friday 
Wednesday 
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Saturday 
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Wednesday 
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Monday 
Wednesday 
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Thursday 
Thursday 
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1 


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Min to 


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Berlin 


Friday 
Friday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Monday 
Thursday 
1 Monday 
j Monday 
(Monday 
Monday 
Thursday 
1st Fri. in m<v 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
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Wednesday 
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Thursday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Frisday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Monday 
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Tuesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Alter. Monday 
Alter.Tuesday 
Thursday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Tuesdav 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Friday 
Monday 
Monday 
Thursday 
l- riilay 
Tuesday 


Cataraqui 






Union 


St. Catharines .. 
Oshawa 


Lindsay 




Phrenix 


Golden Star 


Brampton 




Amherstburg . . 
Chatham . . . 


Dosoronto 


Mill Point 


Chatham 


Cataract 


Drummoud ville . 
Hamilton 




London 


Crescent 


Elgin 


St. Thomas 
Pt. Burwell 


Manilla . , 


Manilla 


Erie 


St Clair 


Point Edward .. 

Gait 


Gore 


Brantford 


Waterloo 


Samaritan 




Royal Oak 


Forest 


St. Maiv s 


St Mary s 


Orion 


Georgetown .... 
Toronto 


Forest City 


London 


Laurel 


Rond Eau 


Blenheim 


Peterboro* . 


Peterboro . 


Avon 


Stratford 


Lucknow . 


Lucknow . 


Excelsior 


Hamilton .... 




Gananoque .... 


Frontier 


Windsor 


Harmony 


Mt. Zion 


Newburv 


Naomi 


Markham . 


Unity 


Hamilton 


Valley City 


Dnndas 


Dominion 


London 


Maitland . 


Canada 




Sydenham Valley . 
1 Saxon . 


Wallaceburg. . . . 
Ailsa Craig 
Streetsville 


Otter 


Tilsonburg .... 
Mitchell 


Bissell 


Streetsville . 


Covenant 




Palmerston ... 


Palmerston 
Dresden 


Niagara Falls .... 
Colliugwood 


Clifton 


Dresden 


Collingwood .... 
Seaforth 


Stella . . 


Carleton Place . . 


Fidelity 


Saniia . 


Queen City of Ont. 
Maple Leaf 


Toronto 




Belleville. 


Orangeville .... 
Strathrov 




Kilbride . 


Howard 




Thorold 


Kingston 


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Kingston 


Marion 


Renfrew. . . 


Wards ville 


Wardsville .... 
Oshawa 


Oakville 


Oakville 


Corinthian 


Giencoe 




Huron 


Goderich 


Orient 


Welland 


Barrie 


Barrie 


Peaceful Dove .... 

Cobourg 




Victoria 


Hamilton 




Friendship 


Petrolia 


St. Lawrence 
Ancaster 


Brockville 


Florence Night g le 
Exeter 


Bowman ville .. 
Exeter 


An faster .... 


Garnet 


Mount Forest .. 
Leamington. .... 
Kin tr sville 


North Star 


Stavner 


Leamington 


Hope 


Harrietsville.. .. 
Lucan 


Concord 


Lucan 


Bay of Quinte .... 


Pioton 


The Toronto .... 


Toronto 


Rid"etown 


Eastern Star 


Whitby 




Arnprior . 


Fergus 


Pergus 


Model 


Wvoiuin< T 


Botliwell 


Bothwell 


Aurora 




Warriner 


Port Perry .... 
St. Thomas 

l[l "l ] SOll 


Western Star 




St Thomas 


Bertie 




Oxford 


Svcainore 




Durham 




H.iyden . 




Vi pissing 


Uxbridge .... 


Wildey . .. 


Granton 


Amity 


I lVSCOtt 


Alpha 


Almonte . 


Belleville 


Belleville 






Beaver 


Uuthven 


Pyramid 


Newmarket .... 
Thamrsville .... 
Gulph 


Clinton 


Clinton 


Thamt sville 


Walkerton 


Walkerton 




Constellation .... 
Napanee 
Empire 


Burgessville .... 
Napanee 


Oak Leaf 


Hamilton . . 




I jstnwel 


St. Catharines 
Woodstock .... 
Guelph 


Simcoc 




Olive Branch .... 
Reliance 


Orienta 


Cornwall 


Romeo 


Stratford 


Ivy 


Park Hill 


Beethoven 


Brooklin 


Grand River.. .. 




Milton 


Milton 




Siltton 


Western City 
Aylmer 


Chatham 


Grev 




Avlmur 


Denovo 


Port Klgin 
Alliston 


Port Stanley 


Port Stanley.. .. 
New Hamburg . 


Alliston 


Nith 




Kincardine 




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[1884. 



LODGE. 


NO. LOCATON. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


LODGE. 


NO. LOCATION. 

i 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 




173 Dunville 


Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
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Alter. Monday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
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Friday 
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Alter. Wed. 
Tuesday 
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Wednesday 
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Mi mday 
Tuesday 
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Alter. Friday 
Wednesday 
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Egremont 


207 Adelaide 


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Thursday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Alter. Thurs. 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Monday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Saturday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
! Monday 


Dolman 


174 Ayr 
175 West Lome .... 
17(3 Thedford 1 


Alvinston 


208 Alviuston 


Millbank 


209 Millbank 




Brucetteld 


210 Brucofield 




177 Wroxeter 


Lily 


211 N. Dorchester.. 
212 Napanee 


Wellington Square 


178 Burlington . 


Argvle 


179 Madoc 


Zephyr 


213 Zephyr 




180 Owen Sound.. .. 
181 Springfield 


Clifford 


214 Clifford 


Ark 


Freestone 


215 Beamsville 




182JOtterville 


Elmira 






183 Teeswater 


Mount Brydges . . . 
Enterprise 


217 Mt. Brydges 
218 Kssex Centre . .. 
219 Waubaushene .. 
220 South Woodslee. 
221 Chesley 
2-22 Mount Elgin 
223 Hensall 
224 Ottawa 




1S4 Waterloo 
185 Strabane 




Georgian Bay 




186 Flesherton . 


Woodslee 




1R7 Rrndt ord . . 


Chesley 
Mount Elgin 


Cambridge ^ ^ Prp.st.rm 




189 Parry Sound .... 
I19 1 ) London East . .. 
191 Jarvis 
1109 Gnrrie 


Hensall 
Ottawa 




Jarvis 

Howiok 


Norfolk 


225 Port Dover 
220 Merlin 


Merlin 


Victor 1 i i St Mary s 


Bauble 


227 Tara 


Alhprt 1 04. Turnntn 


International 


228 Fort Erie 




lor, Wruulvilln 


Embro Star 


229 Embro 


Florence l^ti Florence 


Prince of Wales . . 
Elora 


230 Brockton 


Minervi 197 Hamilton 


231 Elora 


Britannia 1<J8 Hollin 


Equity 


232 Hagarsville 
2:i3 Hanover 


Scotia 19 ( * Port Robinson.. 


Hanover 


Wpt-nn HO Wpidnn 


Ilderton 


234 Ilderton 




; 201 Port Colborne .. 

>n- Mih-ertnn .. 


Waterford 


233 Waterford 
236;Camlachie 
237 Farmersville.. .. 
238 Penetanguishene 
239 Stirling 


Silver Star 


Acorn 
Farmersville 


Pembroke 203 Pembroke 


Acton ^04 Acton 


Temple 


Ahirun 205 Paisley. .. . 


Stirling 


Silver Citv .. .200 Tiverton . 


Carle ton 


24: i Ottawa 



DEGREE LODGES. 



LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 




1 
2 
3 
5 
7 
8 
10 
11 
12 


London. 
Hamilton. 
Toronto. 
Brantford. 
Brockville. 
Kingston. 
Belleville. 
Gait. 
Oshawa. 


Rainbow 


13 
14 
15 
1C 
17 
18 
19 
20 


St. Thomas. 
Guelph. 
Napanee. 
Prescott. 
Cannington. 
Woodstock. 
Almonte. 
Dresden. 




Excelsior 




Lennox 




Greenville 




Union 




Woodstock 




Alpha 




Dresden 


Oshawa . . 





REBEKAH DEGREE LODGES. 

Victoria Rebekah Lodge, No. 1 London. | Hope Rebekah Lodge, No. 3 Hamilton. 

Oshawa Rebekah Lodge, No. 4 Oshawa. 

Grand Secretary s Office, No. 42 King Street East, Toronto. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO. Visitor, His Honour the 
Hon. J. B. Robinson, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. 
if embers of the Senate 1882-83 Ex-offlcio: Hon. Edward 
Blake, M. A. , Q.C., Chancellor ; William Mulock, M.A., 
Vice-Chancellor; Daniel Wilson. LL. D., President of 
University College ; John Orickmore, Esq. , Representa 
tive of the Law Society of Ontario ; J. M. Buchan, M. A., 
Principal of Upper Canada College; U. Ogden, M. D., 
Bepresentative of the Toronto School of Medicine ; John 
Fulton, M.B., Representative of the Trinity Medical 
School ; J. E. Wells, M.A., Representative of the Cana 
dian Literary Institute, Woodst ck ; 8. B. Burdett, LL D., 
Representative of the Albert College, Belleville; Rev. 
Father Vincent, Representative of St. Michael s College, 
Toronto; A. MacMurchy, M.A., Representative of High 
School Masters, Ontario ; Hon. Joseph C. Morrison, Ex- 
Chancellor; Rev. John McCaul, LL.D., John Langton, 
MA., Hon. James Patton, LL.D, Q.C., Hon. Adam 
Crooks, LL.D., Q C., M.P.P., Larratt W. Smith, D.C.L., 
Ex-Viee-Cbancellurs; R. R. Wright. M.A., B.Sc., W. H. 
Pike, M.A , Ph.D., Representing Council of University 
College. Elected by Convocation : John M. Gibson, 
M.A., LL.B. ; Jas. H. Richardson, M.D. ; Jas. Bethune, 



Q.C., LL.B. ; Samuel Woods, M.A. ; Jas. London, M.A., 
J. Thorburn, M.A. ; J. E. Graham, M. B. ; John King, 
M A. ; L. McFarlane, M.B. ; T. W. Taylor, M.A. ; T. B. 
MeQuesten, M.A. ; W. G. Falconbridge, M.A., Jolm 
Galbraith, M.A., C.E. ; W. Oldright. M.A., M.D. ; W. 
H mstou, M.A. Nominated by His Honor the Lieu 
tenant-Governor: Hon. Wm. McMaster, Hon. J. A. 
Boyd, Hon. M. C. Cameron. H. Mr.Mahon, Q.C. : C. S. 
Gzowski, C. E. ; Jolm Macdonald, Rev. J. Ma".donnell, 
B.U.; Rev. Principal Caven, D.D.; Hon. C. 8. Patterson. 
Alfred Baker, M.A., Registrar. Wm. H, Vandcrsmissen, 
M.A.. Librarian. J. E. Berkeley Smith, Esq., Bursar. 
Scholu l skl])!! fijfered at Examination of Unhv.rsity. 
Faculty of Law 4 -1 for Matriculants, 1 for Students 
one year s standing, 1 for Students two years standing, 
1 for Students three years standing. Faculty of Medi 
cine 82 for Matriculants, 2 for Students one year s 
standing, 2 for Students two years standing, 2 for Stu 
dents three years standing. Faculty of Arts at the 
Junior Matriculation Examination, 1 in Classics, 1 in 
Mathematics. 1 in English, French, German, and History, 
4 for General Proficiency in all the subjects appointed 
I for Junior Matriculants ; 1 in Classics and Mathematics 



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(Prince of Wales Scholarship) at the Senior Matriculation 
Examination, 1 in Classics, 1 in Mathematics, 1 
General Proficiency in all the subjects appointed tor 
Senior Matriculants ; at the Examination for the First 
Year 2 in Classics, I in Mathematics, 1 in Modern Lan 
guages, -2 for General Proficiency ; at the Examination of 
the Second Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in Mathematics, 1 in 
Natural Sciences, 1 in Modern Languages with History, 
1 in Mental and Moral Science, 2 for General Proficiency ; 
at tlie Examination for the Third Year, 2 in Classics, 2 ill 
Mathematics, 1 in Natural Sciences, t in Modern Lan 
guages 1 in Mental and Moral Science, 1 in History, 
Civil Polity, &c. (Blake Scholarship.) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGK. Visitor, His Honour the Hon. 
J B. Robinson, I.ieut.-Gov. of Ontario. President, 
Daniel Wilson, U..D. Professors: History and English 
Literature, 1). Wilson, LL.D.; Theory and Practice of 
Agriculture, G. Buckland, Esq. : Mineralogy and Geology, 
E. J. Chapman, Ph.D., LL. 1). ; Metaphysics and Ktliics, 
Rev G. P. Young, M. A. ; Mathematics and Physics. Jas. 
London, M.A. ; Natural History, R. R. Wright, M.A.. 
B Sc. ; Chemistry, W. H. Pike, M.A., Ph.D. : Classic?! 
Literature, Maurice Hutton, B.A. ; Classical Tutor and 
Dean, F. A. Vines, B.A.; Lecturer on Oriental Literature, 
J. M. Herschfelder, Esq. ; Lecturer on German, W. H. 
Yaiidcrsmisscn, M.A. ; Lecturer on French, - 
Lectmvr on Italian, D. R. Keys, B.A., M.A., M 1). ; 
Matlc-niatical Tutor, Alfred Baker, M.A ; Demonstrator , 
in Physics, W. J. London, B. A. ; Registrar, Alfred 
Baker, M.A. 

Bursar s Department of the University, Unlcersity Col 
lege and Upptr Canada College. 3 . E. Berkeley Smith, 
Bursar ; George A. Stimson, Clerk. Office on U. C. Col 
lege Grounds, corner of Simcoe and Adelaide Streets. 

UNIVERSITY or TKISITY COLLEGE, TORONTO. Incor 
porated 1851 ; obtained Rc.yal Charter, 1852. Visitors: 
The Right Keverei.d the Lord Bishops of Ontario, Huron, 
Niagara, Toronto, Algonrt. Trustees: Hon. G. W. 
Allan, D.C.L., Lewis Motl att. and R. H. Bethnne. 
Bursar and Secretary, \V. P. Atkinson, M.A. Chancellor, 
Tiie Hon. G W. Allan, D.C.L. Vice-l.hancelloi, The 
Rev. the Provost of Trinity College. Registrar, The 
Rev. Professor Jones. Pr.ivost of Trinity Colics. . Rev. 
C. W. E. liody, M.A. Professor of Divinity, the Pro 
vost ; Assistant Professor of Divinity. Rev. G. A. S. 
Schneider, B.A. ; Professor of Mathematics. Rev. Wil 
liam Jones, M.A.; Professor of Classics, Rev. Algernon 
Boys. M.A. ; Classical Lecturer, Rev. A. J. Bronghall, 
M.A ; Lecturer in Apologetics, Rev. J. Langlry, M.A. ; 
Lecturer in Pastoral Theology, ;<cv. J. D. Caylt-y, M.A.; 
Lecturer in the Liturgy, Rev. O. P. Ford, M. A.; Lecturer 
in Homiletics, Rev. J. P. Lewis; Lecturer in Physical 
Science, T. H. Smyth, M.A.. 15.S. ; Lectmvr in French, 

; Lecturer in Elocution, Rev. H. W. Parker ; 

Professor of Music, G. W. Strathy, Mus. Doc. 

UNIYKRSITY OF VICTORIA COLI.EOE, COBOURO. Fn, ,// ./ 
of Arti: Rev. S. S. Nelles, D.D., LL.D., President, 
Prof, of Mental Philosophy. Logic, Ethics, and the Evi 
dences of Religion; ./. Wilson, M.A., LL.D., Prof, of 
Latin and Greek Languages; 1C. Haanel, Ph.D., Prof, 
of Narural Sciem-cs and Chemistry ; Rev. N. Burwash, 
S.T. U., Dean of Theological Faculty ; Rev. A. H. Kcynar. 
B. A., Prof, of Modrrn Languages and Knglish Literature; 
A. Bain, M.A., Prof, of Mathematics ; A. J. Bell, B.A., 
Adjunct Prof.; A. P. C >leman, Ph.D., Prof. Natural 
History; Rev. G. C. Workman, M A., Adjunct Prof, in 
Theology and Philosophy. Faeultya/Law : J. H. Dumble, 
LL.B. , W. Kerr, M.A., Dean of Faculty of Law, and B. 
M. Britton.B.A.. Examiners. Vacuity of M 
troil Branch,; K. II. Trudel, M.D., Dean of Faculty, 
Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children; P. 
Baubien,M.I>., Theory and Practice of Medicine ; Pien-c 
Munro, M D., Surgery: H. Peltier, M.D., Institutes of 
Medicine; J. G. Bibaud, M. 0. (Secretary and Tn asurer), 
Anatomy, Descriptive -mil Surgical ; Thomas I 1 



wens M.!)., Chemistry and Pharmacy; .). F.mery , 
Coderre, M.I)., Materia Medlca and Therapeutics; .1. T. 
Kottot, M.D., Medical Jurisprudence and Natural His 
tory; .Dr. Munro, Clinical Surgery; Dr. Baubien, 
Clinical Mcdieine ; A. Brosseau, M.D.. Demonstrator of 

Anatomy and Curator of Museum. 

QUKKN S UNIVKIISITY, KINGSTON. Session begins an 
nually on tivst Wediusday ! October, and closes on last 
Wednesday of April. Chancellor, Sauford Fleming. 



CE C.M.G., Halifax, N.S. I B. Mclver, Kingst > n, 
Secretary and Treasurer. College Senate: Very Rev 
Georo-e M. Grant, D. I >., Vice-Chancellor, Principal and 
Primarius Professor of Divinity ; Rev. James Williamson, 
M A LL D. Vice-Principal and Professor of Astronomy ; 
Rev. J. B. Mowat, M.A., Professor of Hebrew, Biblical 
Ciiticismand Church History ; Rev. Donald Ross, M.A 
B 1) Professor of Apologetics and New Testament 
Criticism : John Fletcher, B.A., Oxon., Profess<>r of 
Classical Literature; Nathan F. Dupnis, M.A., F.B.8., 
Edin Professor of Mathematics; Rev. Geo. D. Ferguson, 
B \ Piofessorof History and English Literature; J. 
Watson, LL.D., Professor of Logic, Metaphysics and 
Ethics ; Rev. James Carmichael (King), Lecturer on 
Church History; W. L. Goodwin, D.Sc., F.C.S., Pro 
fessor of Chemistry; , Professor of Physics; 

Rev A. B. Nicholson, B.A., Assistant to Professor of 
Classics and Lecturer on Modern Languages; Rev. 
James Fowler, M.A., Lecturer on Natuial Science; 

Lecturer on Elocution ; Rev. Kobt. Campbell, 

M A., Lecturer on Political Economy ; Rev. George 
Bell LL.D., Registrar and Librarian; Rev. James 
Fowler, M.A., Curator of the Museum ; Professor \\ il- 
iiamson. Director of Observatory ; Professor Dupuis, 

Observer. 

UxivKHsiTYorMcGiLL COLLEGE, MONTREAL --Visitor, 

His Excellency the Governor-General of Canada. Gover 
norsRon. Chas. Dewey Day, LL.D., D.C.L., President 
and Chancellor; Hon. James Fen ier, Senator, M.L.C., 
Peter Redpath, John H. R. Mol-on, Hon. Frederick W. 
Torrance, M.A., B.C.L., Hon. Sir Alexander T. Gait, 
K.C M G., Hon. Sir Francis Hincks, K.C.M.G., C B., 
John Molson, Joseph Hickson, Hon. Robert Mackay, 
Hon. John J. C. Abbott, D. C. L., Q.C., Robt. A. Ramsay, 
M.A., B C.L., Win. C. McDonald, Hugh McLennan, 
Gcor"e Hague. Principal and Vice-Chancellor, John 
W. Dawson, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S. , C.M.G. Secretary, 
Registrar and Bursar, Wm. Craig Boynes, B.A. James 
W "J3rakenridue, B.C.L , Clerk. Faculty of Arts: John 
Win. Dawsun, M.A., LL.D., F.R S., C.M.G. , Principal, 
Logan Professor of Geology and Professor of Natural 
History Veil. Archdeacon Leach. M.A., D.C.L., LL. D., 
Vice-Principal, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Emeritus 
Professor in the Faculty of Arts; Henry Aspinwall 
Howe, LL.D., Emeritus Professor in the Faculty ot 
Arts; Charles K. A. Markgraf, M. A.. Professor of German 
Language and Literature; Alexander Johnson, * A -> 
LL D (Trin. Col. Dublin), Professor of Mathematics and 
HediKith Professor of Natural Philosophy, Viee-l-ean of 
the Faculty of Arts ; Rev. George Cornish, M. A., LL.D., 
Professor of Classical Literature (Honorary Librarian); 
Pierre J. Darey, M.A . B.C.L., Professor of French Lan- 
and Literature; Rev. J Clark Murray, LL.D. 
(Glasgow), Professor of Logic and John Frothingharn 
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy; Bernard J. 
Harrington, B.A., Ph.D., David J. Greeiislnelds Pro 
fessor of Chemistry and Mineralogy, and Lecturer in 
Assaying and Mining ; Charles E. Moyse, B A. (London), 
Molsou Professor of English Language and Literature- 
and Lecturer in History ; Rev. Daniel Coussirat, B.A., 
Lecturer in Hebrew and Oriental Literature; D. P. 
Penhallow, B.Sc., Lecturer in Botany ; John Andrew, 
Instructor in Elocution ; Fred. S. Barnjnm, Instructor 
in Gymnastics; M. Williams Taylor, Assistant Librarian. 
Faculty oj Science; Henry T. Bovey, M A., 

AM.I.C.E., M.I.M.E.. Fellow Queen s Coll-ge, Cam 
bridge, DC in of the Faculty of Applied Science, Pro 
of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics; C. 
II. M -Lcod, Ma.K , Professor of Descriptive Geometry 
and Superintendent of Mcieorolujjieal Observatory; G. 
H. Chandler. M.A . Lecturer in Mathematics. Professors, 
Gird wood and Harrington. Associate Professors, Daw, 
son Markgraf. Johnson. Darey and Moyse. Faculty oj 
Law: Hon. Wm. lladgley, I) C.L., Kmrri! us Professor 
in the Faculty of Law; Hon. R. G. Lalhmme, Q.C., 
D.C.L., Bmi ritus Professor in the Faculty of Law ; Wm. 
H. Kerr. n.<\, D.C.L., Deaii of the Faculty of Law, 
isor of International Law; Kdward Carter, Q.O., 
D.C.I/., Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of .Law ; N. 
W. Trcnhohne. MA, B.C.L., Professor of Roman Law; 
Hon J. S. C. Wuilele, Q.C., D.C.L., Emeritus Professor 
in the Faculty of Law; Hon. II. F Raiiville. LL.D. 
(Lavul\ Professorof Real instate Law ; John S. Archibald, 
M A . K.C.L., Professorof Criminal and Constitutional 
Law; Kdttioud L U cau, B.C.L., Professor of Le^al His 
tory; Matthew Hutchinson, B.C.L., Associate Professor 



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of Civil Procedure ; J. Emery Robidonx, B.C. L., Asso 
ciate Professor of Real Estate Law ; Leon Idas Heber 
Davidson, M. A., B.C.L., Professor of Commercial Law ; 
Lewis A. Hart, M. A., B.C. L., Lecturer on the Theory 
and Practice of Notarial Deeds and Proceedings ; Regis 
trar of the Faculty, J. S. Archibald, M.A., B.C.L. 

UPPER CANADA COLLEGE. J. M. Buchan, M.A., Prin 
cipal and First English Master ; William Wedd, M A., 
First Classical Master; James Brown, M. A., Mathemati 
cal Master; Jihn Martlad, M.A., Second Classical 
Master and Resident Master in College Boarding House ; 
C. Thompson, Second English Master; E. Furrer, 
French and German Master; G. B. Sparling, M. A., As 
sistant Mathematical Master, and Assistant Master in 
College Boardiim House ; W. Jackson, Assistant English 
Master and Resident Assistant Master in College Board 
ing House ; A. Y. S-ott, B.A.,and G. Gordon, B.A., 
Junior Assistant English Masters and Resident Assistant 
Masters in College Boarding House ; H. Brock, Junior 
Assistant English Master; R. J. Baigent, Drawing 
Master ; Sergeant Parr, Instructor in Gymnastics, 
Fencing, and Drill ; G. Frost, Janitor and Messenger. 
The College year commences with the Autumn Term. 
The Autumn Term begins September 1; Winter Term, 
November 10 ; Spring Term, February 5 ; Summer 
Term, April 21. Bursar, J. E. Berkley Smith, Esq. 

THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL DIVINITY SCHOOL CORPO 
RATION OT TORONTO. (Incorporated under 37 Vic. Cap. 
34.) Visitors: The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of To 
ronto, The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Saskatchewan, 
The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of ilgoma. Trustees : 
Hon. H. S. Blake. B A., Q C., Hon. E. Blake, M.A.. 
Q.C., Yen. Archdeaco i Boddy, M.A., Rev. H. G. Bald 
win, M.A., Robert Baldwin, Esq., F. A. Ball, Esq., His 
Honour Judge Benson, His Honour Judge Boyd, A. H. 
Campbell, Esq., Lient.-Col R. B. Denison, Lieut. Col. 
G. T. Denison. Rev. T. C. DesBarres, M. A , B. H Dixon, 
Esq., K.N L ., G. M. Evans, Esq., M.A., Lieut. -Col. A. P. 
Parrel, Clarke Gamble, Esq., Q O , F. W. Glen, Esq., 
Rev. R W. E. Greene, Lieut.-Col. J. H. Grierson, G. 
Gillespie, Esq., T. Gillespie, Esq., R. T. Gooderham, 
Esq., Hon. Mr, Justice Gwvnne, Col. Gzowski, A.D.C., 
A. Hewson, Esq., J. G. Hodgins, Esq., LL.D., Sir Hugh 
Hoyles, N. W. Hoyles, Esq., B A., W. H. Rowland, Esq., 
Rev. Septimus Jones, M.A. , J. K. Kerr, Esq., Q.C., 
Sheriff Jarvis, Rev. J. P Lewis, W. Magrath, Esq., 
J. Herbert Mason, Esq., W, R. Mulock, Esq , M.A , G. 
Needier, Esq , Rev. Canon O Meara, LL. D.,H. O Brien. 
W. A. Parlane, Esq., Rev. W. S. Rainsford, B.A., Rev. 

A. Sanson, T. Sutherland Stayner, Esq., Rev. J. P. 
Sheraton. D.D., Rev. J. S. Stone, B D., his Honor 
Judge Scott, Kivas Tully, Esq., C.E., S. Trees, Esq., 
President Daniel Wilson, LL.D., F. Wyld. , Esq. Hoard 
of Management : Col. Gzowski, A. D.C. . Chairman, Ven. 
Archdeacon Boddy. M. A., Rev. T. C. DesBarres, M. A., 
Rev. Septimus Jones, M.A. , Rev. Canon O Meara, LL.D., 
Rev. A. Sanson, Rev. J. P. Sheraton, D. D., Hon. E. 
Blake, M A., Q C., Hon. S. H. Blake, Q C. , R. Baldwin, 
Esq. , His Honor Judge Benson, His Honor Judge 
Boyd, A. H. Campbell, E-iq., Lieut.-Col R. B. Denison, 

B. Homer Dixon, Esq., K.N.L., Clarke Gamble, Esq., 
Q C., F. W. Glen, Esq., R. T. Gooderham, Esq., J. G. 
Hodgins, Esq., LL.D.. W. H. Rowland, Esq., N W. 
Hoyles. Esq., B. A., Sheriff Jarvis. J. K. Kerr, Esq., 
Q.C., H. O Brien, tisq.. President Daniel Wilson, LL D., 
Secretary, N. W. Hoyles, Esq., B.A. ; Treasurer, W. H. 
Rowland Esq. Fuculty : Principal, Rev. J. P Sheraton, 
D.D. ; Old and New Testament Exegetics, the Princi 
pal ; H miiletics and Pastoral Theology, Ven. Arch 
deacon Boddy. M.A. ; Apologetics, Rev Septimus Jones, 
MA ; Ecclesiastical History and Polity, Rev. G. M. 
Wrong, B.A ; Systematic, Theology, the Principal; 
Oriental Languages, J. M Hirschfelder. Esq. ; Elocu 
tion, Richard Lewis, Esq. ; Greek and Latin Patristics, 
J. C. Robestson, B.A., and H. R. Fairclough, B A. 

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, TORONTO. The School was 
founded in 1807. Archibald MaeM irehy, M. A., Rector. 
Makers rin/l Teacher*. Archibald MacMurchy, M. A., 
Mathematics; W. G. Crawford. B. A., Classics ; Fred. F. 
Manley, M. A.. Mathematics and English; Mr. Samuel 
Hughes. English ; G. E. Shaw, B.A., French, German 
and Latin ; Geo Acheson, B.A., Natural Sciences, Latin 
and English ; Peter McEacliren, Esq., English and 
Arithmetic; Wilbur Grant. Ene ish and Mathematics; 
Miss C, Emily Thompson and Miss Helen MacMurchy, 



English, Miss Janie Thomas, English in Girls Depart 
ment ; Mr. Richard Baigent, Drawing Master. The 
Academic Year commences with Autumn Term. The 
Autumn Term begins September 1st; Winter Term, 
November llth; Spring Term, February 4th; Summer 
Term, April 15th. 

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL, PORT HOPE. Founded 
1865 Incorporated 1872. Visitor, the Right Rev. the 
Lord Bishop of Toronto. Governing Body Hon. G. W. 
Allan, Senator, Chancellor of the University, Rev. the 
Provost of Trinity College, Rev. Prof. Boys, M.A., Rev. 
Prof. Jones, M. A., Rev Prof. Clark, Rev. C. J. S. 
Bethune, M.A., Rev. J. G. Geddes, D.C.L., C. J. Camp 
bell, Rev. J. Pearson, John R. Cartwnght B.A., Rev. 
H. Wilson, D.D., A.T. H. Williams, M.P. Head Master- 
Rev. C. J. S. Bethune, M.A. Assistant Masters Rev. 
W. E. Cooper, M.A ,J. R. Montizambert. B.A., P Perry, 
B.A., Rev. R. T. iS ichol, B.A. , Rev. Jas. Simpson, M.A"., 
E. L. Curry, B.A., F. W. Tyler, B.A. Music Mrs. 
Read. Matron Mrs. H. Rowe. Housekeeper Miss 
Browne. The School year is divided into three Terms, 
viz. : Michaelmas Term, from September 13th to Decem 
ber 21st; Lent lerm, from January 10th to April 7th ; 
Trinity Term, from April 21st to July 16th. 

ASSUMPTION COLLEGE, SANDWICH, ONT. Superior 
Rev. Dennis O Connqr. Directors : Rev. C. Fanre and 
Rev. J. J. Aboulin. Director of Studies: Rev. D. Cushin. 
Professors: Dogmatic Theology, Rev. J. Aboulin; Moral 
Theology. Rev. D. O Connor; Mental Philosophy, Rev. 
D. O Connor; Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, Rev. 
D. Cushin; First Classical, Rev." R. McBrady; Second 
Classical, Rev. A. Pouzzolle ; Third Classical, Rev. M. 
Mungovan; Fourth Classical, C. Kroll ; Fifth Classical, 
R. Burke ; First Commercial, J. Collins ; Second Com 
mercial, Rev. F. Semende ; Third Commercial, Rev. A. 

J. Cote ; Elementary, ; Mathematics, Rev. D. 

Cushin; French, Rev A. Pouzzolle ; German, A. Ternes; 
Instrumental Music, E. Girardot ; Vocal Music, A. J. 
Cote ; Master of Studies. Rev. P. Donohoe. 

KNOX COLLEGE. Board of Management : W. Mortimer 
Clark, Esq., Chairman. The Board consists of 35 mem 
bers. Senate: Rev. Principal Caven, D. D. Chairman. 
The Professors and Lecturers in the College : Revs. 
William Reid. D. D., J. M. King, D. D., H. M. Parsons, 
D. J. Macdonell, B. D., Samuel Lyle, John Laing, D. D., 
P. McF. McLeod, Robert Wallace, G. M. Milligan, M.A., 
J. Carmichael, and Messrs. Thomas Kirkland, M. A., A. 
McMurchy, M. A., W. M Clark. Board of Examiners : 
Rev. John Laing, D. D. , Chairman. The members of 
Senate : Revs. Thomas VVardrope, D D., E. D. McLaren, 
B D., F. R. Beattie, B. L).. W. McWilliams, LL. B., 
John Kirkpatrick, Peter Wright, B.A., R. Torrance, 
John Gray, M.A. Faculty of Instruction: W. Caven, 
D D., Principal and Professor of Exegetics and Bible 
Criticism; W. Gregg, D. D., Professor of Apologetics 
and Church History ; W. McLaren, D.D., Professor of 
Systematic Theology ; J. J. A. Proudfoot, D. D. , Lectu 
rer on Homileties, Pastoral Theology and Church Gov 
ernment ; J. W. Taverner, and R Lewis, Teachers of 
Elocution : J. S. McKay, B A., and J. C. Smith, B.A., 
Classical Tutors ; Secretary of Senate and Board, Rev. 
W. Reid, D. 0. ; Librarian, R. M. Craig ; College Steward. 
Mr. James Fulierton. The College opens annually on 
the tir.st Wednesday in October, and closes on the first 
Wednesday in April Students entering its Theological 
Course must have graduated in Arts, or have finished 
three years of an approved Literary Course. The Col 
lege is under the General Assembly of the Presbyterian, 
Church in Canada. 

CONGREGATIONAL COLLEGE OF B. N. AMERICA, MON 
TREAL, affiliated with the McGill University. Chairman, 
Mr. George Hague ; Treasurer, Mr. R. C. Jamieson ; 
Secretary, Rev. G. Cornish, M.A., LL.D. Directors: 
Revs. Dr. Wilkes, A. Duff, W. H. Allworth, S. N. Jack- 
sou, M.D., Prof. Femvi.-k, II. W. Powis, J. W. Cox. B.A., 
John Wood, D. McGregor, John Burton, B.D., Messrs. 
C. Alexander, Henry Lyman, C. R. Black, J. S. Mc- 
Lachlin, R. Anderson, Robert MoLachlan. J. R. U nig-ill, 
C. Cushing, H. W. Walker, It. Macaulny, William Reid, 
John Porteous. Theological Course: three sessions 
commencing in September. Full Course (with Under 
graduate Course at McGill College) five sessions. Prin 
cipal, Rev J. F. Stevenson, D.D. , LL, B. Vice-Principal, 
Rev. K. M. Fenwii k. I rofes.mrs and Lecturers: Rev. 



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Dr. Wilkes, Systematic Theology and Old Testament In 
troduction ; Kev. G. Cornish, LL.D., Greek Testament 
Exegesis ; Rev. K. M. Fenwick, Historical Theology. 
Church History and Apologetics ; Rev. J. F. Stevenson, 
D.D., LL.B., New Testament Criticism, Homiletics and 
Pastoral Theology. 

LAVAL UNIVERSITY. Chancellor A postolic and Visitor, 
Most Rev. E A. Taschereau. Rector, Very Rev. M T. 
Hamel. Secretary and Moderator, Rev. P. Roussel. 
Librarian, Rev. Edmond Marcoux. Faculty of Theology: 
Dean, Rev. B. Paquet, U.D. ; Professors, Rev. B. Paquet, 
D.D., of Moral Theology; Rev. L. Paquet, D.D., of 
Dogmatic Theology ; Rev. L. N. Begin, D. D., of Sacred 
History ; Kev. M. E. Methot, D.D , A.M., of Holy 
Scripture; Rev. P. Koussel, D.D., of Moral Theology; 
Rev. Joseph Feuiltault, D.Cn.L.,of Canon Law; Secre 
tary, Rev. P. Bruchesi. Faculty of Law : Dean, Hon. 
U. J. Tessier, LL.D. ; Professors, C. F. S. Langlier, of 
Civil Law ; Hon. U. J. Tessier, LL.D , of Law Proce 
dure ; Hon. N. Cassault, LI^.D., of Commercial and 
Maritime Law; E J. Flynn, LL.D.. of Roman Law ; R. 
Alleyn, LL.B., of Criminal Law; Hon. A. B. Routhier, 
of international Law; Secretary, T C. Casgrain : 
Aggregate, T. Chase Casgrain, A.B., LL. U. Faculty of 
Medic.ine : Dean, J. A. Sewell, M.D. ; Professors, J. A. 
Sewel), A.M., M. O., of Internal Pathology; L. Catelher, 
M.D., of External Pathology and Surgery; A.Jackson, 
M.D.. ot Midwifery; C. E. Lemieux, M.D . of A::atomy ; 
A. Vallee, of Medical Jurisprudence and Diseases of 
Children, Hygiene, Toxicology and Anatomical Micros 
copy ; Joseph C. Tache. M.D., of Physiology ; L. J. A. 
Simard, of General Pathology and Diseases of the Eyes 
and Ears ; C. Verge. M.D., of Materia Medica ; M Ahern, 
M.D., of Practical Anatomy and Clinical Lectures on 
Diseases of Old Persons ; Secretary, A. Vallee. Faculty 
of Arts: Dean, Rev. M. E. Methot. MA.; Professors, 
Rev. T. Hamel, M.A., of Natural Philosophy ; Rev. M. 
E. Methot. M. A., of French Literature ; Rev. L. Beaudet, 
of Grecian Literature; Rev. B. Paquet, A.B , D.D., of 
Natural Law; Rev. L. Paquet, A.B., D. 1)., of Dogmatic 
Theology in connection with Laity ; L. J Simard, M.D., 
of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy and Physiology; 
Hon. C. E. S. Langlier, LL.D., of Political Economy; 
Rev. L. N. Begin, A.B., D.D., of Ecclesiastical History ; 
Rev. E. Marcoux, of Mathematics and Astronomy ; 
Rev. O. Mathieu, S.B., D.D., of Moral and Intellectual 
Philosophy ; Rev. C. Laflamme, A.B., D D., of Minera 
logy, Geology and Botany ; Secretary, Rev. L. Beaudet, 
A M. ; Honorary Professor, T. S. Hunt, F.R.S. Con 
ductor of the Museum, A. Rheaume and C. Dionne. 

PRESBYTEFUAN COLLFGK. MONTREAL. Rev. D. H. Mac- 
Vicar, D.I)., LL.D , Principal and Professor of Systematic 
Theology and Homiletics; Rev. John Campbell, M. A , 
Professor of Church Histery and Apologetics; Rev. 
John Scrimger, M.A., Professor of Old and New Testa 
ment Exegetics ; Rev. D. Coussirat. M.A., B.D.. French 
Professor of Theology; Rev. J. Jenkins, D D , LL.D., 
Lecturer in Pastoral Theology ; Rev. I). Coussirat, M.A., 
B.D., Lecturer on Oriental Languages (in McGill College); 
Rev. W. J. Dey, M.A., Dean ot Residence and Classical 
and Mathematical Lecturer; J. McLaren, Lecturer and 
Instructor in the Theory and Practice of Music; A. C. 
Hutchinson, R.C.A., Lecturer in Ecclesiastical Architec 
ture ; Rev. A. B. Mac Kay, Lecturer in Sacred Rhetoric; 
Rev N. MacNish, B.D., LL.D., Lecturer in Celtic 
Literature. 

UNIVERSITY OF BISHOP S COLLEGE, LENNOXVILI.E. 
Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1853. Presidm , "f the 
Corporation and Visitor, Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Quebec, D.D. Vice-President of the Corporation, and 
Visitor, Right Rev. UK Lord Bishop of Montreal, DC.L. 
Chancellor, R. \V. Heneker, D.t.L. Vice-chancellor, 
Rev. Canon Norman, U.C.L. Trustees: R. W Heneker, 
D.C.L. (Chairman), G. F. Bowen, A. F. Gault, J. S. 
Hall, R. Hamilton, E. P. Hannaford, Hon. H. G. Joly, 
M.P.P., Colonel Kippen, Kev. K. Lindsay, G. Macrae, 
Q C , Lieut.-Coionel Morns, L. E. Morris. Kev. Canon 
Hobinson, Walter Shanly, F. Wollcrslan Thomas. Col- 
tege Council: Rev. Principal Lobley, D C. L. (Chairman), 
Hon. Mi-. Just ire Bi ooli.s, D.C.I,., E. Chapman, Rev. 
Canon Davidson, L. H. Davidson, Q.C., Rev. J. Koster, 
Rev. C Hamilton, Hon. (J. Irvine, D.C.L., Rev. T, 
Mussen, Rev. Canon Norman, D.C.L , Hon. Mr. Justice 
Ramsay, D.C.L., Rev. C. P. Reid, D.C.L.. Rev. P. C. 
Reed, it >v. II. Roe. D.D., Rev. A. C. Scarth. T. White, 



M.P. Officers of the Corporation: Secretary, Edward 
Chapman ; Auditors, Rev. J. Brock and R. W. Heneker, 
D.C.L. ; Attorney, B. T. Morris. Officers of the College: 
Rev. J.A. Lohley, M.A., Cantab., D.C.L., Principal, Pro 
fessor of Mathematics and Logic; Rev H. Roe, D. D., 
Vice-Principal and Professor of Divinity ; Rev. A. C. 
Soirth, MA., Professor of Ecclesiastical History; Rev. 
P. C. Read, M..V., Oxon., Professor of Classics and 
Moral Philosophy ; A. Leray, M. A., Lecturer in French; 
Rev. A. C. Scarth, M. A., Librarian; E. Chapman, M.A., 
Bursar and Registrar. Faculty of Law: R. N. Hall, 
Q.C., LL.D., Dean and Professor of Civil Law; L. E. 
Morris, LL.M., Professor of Procedure ; E. T. Brooks, 
LL.M., Professor of Criminal Law; L. C. Belanger, 
LL.M., Professor of Roman Law; H. B. Brown, LL.M., 
Professor of Commercial Law; H. C. Cabana, LL.M., 
Professor of Law. 

ALBERT COLLEGE. Incorporated by Act of Parliament 
as Belleville Seminary in 1857, as Albert College in 1866. 
Hoard of Management: Chairman, the Rw. Albert Car 
man, D. D., James G. Robinson, Esq., Bursar; the Rev. 
F. B. Stratton, Secretary. Trustees : A. L. Morden, 
Esq , E. D. O Flynn, Esq., Charles Lane, Esq., Nelson 
Dollar, Esq., James Aylsworth, Esq., Carman M. Gould, 
Esq., M. D., S. B. Bnrdett, LL.D., Levi Massey, Esq., 
Thomas Anderson, Esq., John Rowe, Esq , James G. 
Robinson, Esq. Associate Members : The Rev. J. 
Reynolds, the Rev. J. Gardiner, D.C.L., the Rev. F. B. 
Stratton, the Rev. D. Pomeroy, the Rev. J. Curtis, the 
Rev. F. Chisholm, the Rev. Wm. Blair, B.A. The 
Council: Rev. J. R. Jaques, D.D., Ph.D., President, 
Professor of Greek Language and Literature; John 
Macoun, M.A., F.L.S., Professor of Botany ; James 
| Thompson Bell, Esq., Hastings Professor of Mining, 
j Agriculture, &e. ; Rev. Erastus I. Badgley, A.D., LL.D., 
I Professor of Metaphysics and Oriental Languages ; T. O. 
Bolger, P. L.S., Professor of Civil Engineering; Rev. W. 
I P. Dyer, M. A., Professor of Chemistry and Geology ; J. 
1 A. StainstreEt, Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Music; Geo. F. Metzler, B.A. , Professor of Mathematics 
and Secretary of Council; John MacGillivary, B.A., 
Professor of Modern Languages and History ; S. T. 
Swayzie, Teacher in Penmanship, Practical and Orna 
mental ; T. F. Holgate, Master of Commercial Depart 
ment. 

ALBERT UNIVERSITY. Visitor, His Excel ency Hon. 
J. B. Robinson, Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. The 
Senate: The Rev. Albert Carman, D.D. Chancellor; the 
Rev. Jabez R. Jaques, D. D., Ph.D., Vice-Piesident ; the 
Rev. E. Irvine Badgley, B. D., LL.D., Registrar; John 
Macoun, M.A., F.L.S., James T. Bell, Esq. ; the Rev. 
W. P. Dyer, M. A., J. A. Stainstreet, the Rev. James 
Gardiner, D C.L., the Rev. Wm. Brown, the Rev. Geo. 
Abbs, the Rev. Amos Campbell, the Hon. Lewis Wall- 
bridge, Q.C., the Hon. Sir Wm. Buel Richards, C.J.S.C., 
Wm. Hope, M.D., Thomas Nichol, M. U., LL.D., John 
Bell, Q.C., the Rev. Isaac B Aylsworth, LL. I)., Robert 
B. Carman, M. A., Thomas M. Macintyre, M.A., LL.B., 
Freeman Lane, M. A., the Rsv. John C. Pomeroy, B.A., 
S. Barton Burden, LL.D., R. Conger Clute, LL.B., thfr 
Rev. S. G. Stone, D. D., the Rev. T. W. McVety, M.A. 

TORONTO BAPTIST COLLEGE (McMaster Hall). Board 
of Trustees : Hon. Wm. McMaster, Hon. Alexander 
Mackenzie, Hon. J. A. Boyd, Rev. J. H. Castle, D.D., 
H. E. Buchan, M.D., D. E. Thomson, Esq., John Stark, 
Esq., Toronto ; Rev. A. H. Munro, T. J. Claxton, Esq., 
| A. A. Ayer, Esq., John Turnbull, Esq., Montreal ; Win. 
| Craig, Esq., Port Hope; John Dryden, Esq., M.P.P., 
j Whitby Tp ; W. J. Copp, Esq., Hamilton ; James Mills, 
Esq., St. Catharines ; T. S. Shenston, Esq., Wm. Buck, 
Esq., John Harris, Esq, Brantford ; Chas. Raymond, 
Esq., Guelph ; Henry Moyle, Esq., Paris ; J. B. Mc- 
Arthur, Esq., Winnipeg Officers of the Board: Hon. 
Win. McMaster, Chairman ; H. E. Buchan, M. D , Secre 
tary ; D. E Thomson, Ksq , Treasurer Faculty of In 
struction: John H. Castle, D.D., President and Profes 
sor of Systematic Theology ; Albert H. Newman, LL.D., 
Professor of Church History and Comparative Religion ; 
Malcolm MacVicar, Ph. D , LL.D., Professor of Apolo 
getics, Didactics and New Testament Interpretation in 
English; Wm N. Clarke, D.I)., Professor of New Testa 
ment Interpretation in Greek and Homiletics ; Daniel 
M. Welton, Ph.D., Professor of Old Testament Interpre 
tation (Heb.. Chald., and Eng ) and Pastoral Theology ; 
J. M. Herschf elder, Esq., (in University College), Pro- 

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fessor of the Hebrew Language and Literature ; Win. 
H. Clanke, Esq., Instructor in Sacred Music. 

WOODSTOCK. COLLEGE. Formerly the Canadian Liter- 
aty Institute. Board of Trustees; Uem-y Moyle, Ksq., 
Chairman; Kev. A. H. Muuro, Rev. A. P. MeDiarmid, 
M.A., Win. Craig, Esq , W. J. Copp, Esq.. F. B. Scotield, 
Esq., Hon. Win. McMaster, Rev. J. Dempsey, John 
Hatch, Esq., Rev. J. W. A. Stewart, B.A., Rev. G. 
Richardson, D. W. Karn, Esq., Treasurer; John Harris, 
Esq., Wiu. Buck, Esq., Rev. J. Deuovaii, A. N. Barber, 
Esq., Rev. S. S. Bates, B. A., Sec., W. Pavey, Esq., R. W. 
Sawtell, Esq.,Chas. R-iymond.Esq. Boanl of Instruction: 
Rev. N. Wolverton, B.A., Principal, Mathematics and 
Metaphysics; J. I. B.Ues, B.A., Resident Teacher in 
Charge and Assistant in Classics ; J. H. Fanner, B.A., 
Classics; N. S. McKechnie, Esq., English; J. W. Wes- 
tervelt, Esq., Principal Commercial Department ; H. B. 
Beard, Esq., Q.C., Lecturer on Commercial Law ; J. H. 
W. Yorke, Esq., Assistant Commercial Department; 
Miss Read. Lady Principal, Teacher of History; Miss 
Hatch, Assistant iu English; Miss Mc\ eal and Miss 
Fanner, Instrumental Music; Miss Perkins, Vocal 
Music ; Miss E. Sawtell, Assistant in Instrumental 
Music ; Mrs. Springer, Painting, Drawing and Dtcora- 
tion ; Miss Parr, Elocution. Board of Examiners 1883- 
8k: L. Woolverton, M.A., English ; A. K. Blaekader, 
B.A., Mathematics ; Win. McBride, M.A , Latin P. S 
Campbell, B. A., Greek ; M. S. Clarke, B.A., French and 
German; Rev. A. Torn bull, B. A., Natural Science and 
History; Rev. D. A. McGreg.r, B.A.. .Metaphysics and 
Ethics. 

WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Direc 
tors: Hon. Senator Ferrier, M.L.C., Chairman ; Samuel 
Finley, Treasurer; J. J. Maclaren, A.M., Q.C., Secre 
tary; Rev S. D. Rice, D. D., Rev. Principal Don-las. 
D.D., LL.D., Rev. J. A. Williams, D D., Rev. Principal 
Nelles, D.D., LL. D., Rev. J. Potts, D.D., Rev. L. Gaetz, 
Rev. A. Langford, Rev. E. B. Ryckman, D.D., Kev. H. 
I\ Bland, Rev. W. Jeffers, D. D.,Rev. L. Hooker, llev. 
G. H. Davis, Rev. J. T. Pitcher, Rev. H. Johnston, 
A.M., B. D., Rev. W. Williams, John Torrance, James 
Lord, Wm. Clendinning. George Bishop, Jas. Patcrson, 
Charles Morton, Henry Milieu, Doiigali Graham, B.C.L., 
Win. Goods rham, John J. Dugdale, M. D., Frederick 
Fail-man. Stu/ of Instruct on: Kev. George Douglas, 
D. D., LL.D., Principal and Professor of Systematic 
Theology and Homiletics; Rev. Win. I. Shaw, A.M., 
LL.B., Professor of Historical Theology, Greek Exegesis, 
Church History and Apologetics ; Kev. Louis N. Beandry, 
Professor i,f Theology in the French Depaitment; Neil 
Warner, Instructor in Elocution. Registrar, Rev. Prof. 
Shaw, A.M., LL.B., 102 Mans ield Street, Montreal. 
Examiners, 18S4 : Rev. John A. Williams, D. D., Rev. 
W. C. Henderson, A. M , Hev. G. Cochran, D.D., Rev. 
John Shaw, Rev. L. Hooker, Rev. James Awcle, A.M. 
Buildings on Upper University Street, Montreal. The 
Session opens September 20th, and closes May 1st. 

PROVINCIAL NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOL FOK THE 
INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING OF TEACHKRS. Normal 
School Toronto: Rev. H. \V. Davies, D.D., Principal; 
T. Kirkland, M.A., Natural Science Master; Jas. Car- 
lyle, M. D., Mathematical Master ; Samuel Clare, Teacher 
of Book-keeping and Writing; Wm. Armstrong, C. E., 
Drawing Master ; S. H. Preston, Teacher of Vocal Music; 
R. Lewis, Teacher of Reading and El .ciitinn ; C. R. 
Dearnaly, Teacher of Gymnastics and Calisthenics. 
Model S hool, in which the Normal School Students prac 
tice the Art of Tecwhiiiy : Chas. Uarkson. B. A. .Master 
of the Boys School ; J. L. Davison, First Assistant ; S. 
M. Dorland, Second Assistant; P. N. Davey, Third As 
sistant ; Airs. Martha Culle.n, Mistress of the Girls 
School; K. F. ILigarty, First Assistant. M. Meehan, 
Second Assistant; Julia Meneilley, Third Assistant, and 
the Teachers of Writing, Book-keening, Drawing, Music. 
Gymnastics and Calisthenics in the Normal School. 
Normal So Ool, on, ,.. John A. McCabe, Principal; 
G. Baptie, Science Master; William Sc>tt, B. A., Mathe 
matical Master ; Edgar A. Dickinson, Drawing Master ; 
W. G. Workman, Music Master ; Daniel B. Sawyer. 
Writing and Book-keeping Master. Model School; E. 
D. Parlnw, Master Boys School; Thomas Swilt, Fust 
Assistant ; Robt. H. Cowley, Second Assistant ; Eliza 
BoultOQ, Third Assistant; A. Si limirk, Mistress (/iris 1 
School; M. Cussack, First Assistant; M. J. Joyce, 
Second Assistant ; Harriet McLcllau, Third Assistant ; 



E B. Cope, Clerk. There are two sessions in each of 
the Provincial Normal Schools in each academic year for 
the professional training of Candidates for Second Class 
Public School Teachers Certificates ; the first session 
begins on the. forenoon of the second Tuesday of Septem 
ber, and continues until the afternoon of the first Friday 
in February following (excepting during the High School 
Christmas vacation) ; the second session begins on the 
forenoon of the first Tuesday following the first Friday 
in February, and continues until the afternoon of the 
the third Friday in June. It is in contemplation that 
there shall be a session for the professional training of 
Candidates for First Class Public School Teachers Cer 
tificates, at the Education Department, from the second 
Tuesday of September until tne Christmas vacation. 



ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, 
Jas. Mills, M.A., President, Professor of English Litera 
ture and Political Economy ; Wm. Brown, C E. , P.L.S., 
Professor of Agriculture and Farm Superintendent; R. 
B Hare, Ph. Dr., Professor of Chemistry and Geology; 
J Playfair McMurrich, B.A., Professor of Biology and 
Horticulture, Assistant Resid nt Master, and Lecturer 
on English; Grenside, V.S., Professor of Veterinary 
Science ; E. L. Hunt, 3rd Year Undergraduate, Univer 
sity of Toronto; A. T. Deacon, Bursar. Farm; Win. 
Brown, C.E., P L S., Farm Snpei intendeiit ; P. J. 
Woods, Farm Foreman ; James Forsyth. Foreman of the 
Horticultural Department; James Mclutosh, Foreman 
of the Mechanical Department. 

ONTARIO SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE, TORONTO. 
(Established. 1S77.) Faculty of the S-hool: Daniel 
Wilson. I.L.D., F.R.S E., Chairman of the Board ; E. J. 
chapman, Ph. D., 1 LL.D., Professor of Mineralogy and 
Geology; James London, M. A.. Professor of Mathematics 
and Physic s; R. Kauis.iy Wright, M.A.,B.8n., Professor 
of Biology; W. H. Pike, Ph.D., M.A., Professor of 
Chemistry; J. Galbraith, M. A.. Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., 
Professor ot Engineering; D. Wilson, LL. D., Professor 
of Ethnology ; W. H. Ellis, M.A., M.B.. Professor of 
Applied Chemistry. Secretary of the Board, Alfred 
Baker, M.A. 

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTES AND HIGH SCHOOLS. Each 
of the High Schools (which form the intermediate link 
between the Public, Schools and the Universities;, is 
managed by a Board of Trustees, appointed jointly by 
the County and Town Councils. In cities the Trustees 
are all appointed by the City Council, except where 
there is only one school in theCounty. The head master 
must be a graduate of a British or Colonial University, 
unless cert i lied and appointed before 18th September, 
1805. Besides fees, local rates to the extent of half the 
government grant must be raised for the master s salary. 
Every High School with two qualified teachers receives 
a lixed amount of 9500, andals > a certain sum on salaries 
of teachers, and a small portion on the average attend 
ance of pupils in the prescribed studies. High Schools 
which have an average attendance of 60 male classical 
pupils, may be made Collegiate Institutes, and receive 
|250 additional grant. An extra grant is provided for 
masters taking certiin met-on, logical observations and 
giving scientific, knowledge, preparatory to military in 
struction Pupils attending these schools are prepared 
for Matriculation in the Universities. There were 88 
High Schools and 1(5 Collegiate Institutes, with 14,000 
pupils, in Ontario, in 18S2. James A. McLellan, M.A., 
and J. E. Hodgson, M.A. , Inspectors of High Schools. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Kac.h Township is divided into 
School Sections ol a suitable extent for one School ; and 
in each of these Sections three Trustees are elected to 
manage its School affairs In Cities, Towns and Villages, 
the Schools are mamigej by a Board of School Trust) 6S 
elected from tii . Municipality. There Were 5, - 00 Public 
Schools, with 471.500 pupils, in Ontario, in 1882. 

EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM. Connected with the Educa 
tion Department is a Museum, containing specimens of 
School apparatus and I urnitnr", a valuable collection of 
Italian, Dutch and Flemish oil Paintings, and Statuary 
casts and busts. The Museum is freely open to the 
public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

THE TOTAL NUMBKR OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 
of all kinds reported by the Educational Department as 
in operation in the Province of Ontario during 1S82 was 
5,400. attended by 500,000 pupils, and expending upwards 
>rs [.goo, 000 in their support. 



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LIST OF PUBLIC, HIGH AND SKPARATE SCHOOL INSPECTORS. 
County Public School Inspectors. 



County. 



P. 0. 

. Glengarry .... Athol 

.Stormont Xewington 

. Dmid-is Mo-risburg 



Inspector. 

D. McDiarmid, M.D. ... 
Alexander McNaughton 

Arthur Brown 

W J. Summerby Presc t & Rus lltussell 

Q. Duford (Assistant) do Currau 

Areh d Smirle Carlton Ottawa 

Robert Kinney, M.D Leeds, No.l. . . Bro.-kville 

leo. Blair, M.A " No.li&Grei Preseott 

F. L. Micliell, U.A Lanark Perth 

R. G. Scott, B. A , . Renfrew Pembroke 

John Agnew, M.D Front enac Kingston 

Frederick Burrows Lennox & Ad .Napaiiee 

Win. Mackintosh N. Hastings ..M;uloc 

John Johnston S. ..Belleville 

Gilbert 1). Platt, B.A Prince Ed wardlMcton 

Ed-ard Scarlett Northumberl ilCobourg 

John J. Tilley Durham Bovvni auville 

James Coyle Brown Peterboro .. ..Norwood 

Chas. l>. Curry. B.A Halilmrton ..Minilen 

James H. Km-lit K. Victoria.. ..Lindsay 

Henry K.-azin W. ... .Linden V y 

James Mi-Brien Ontario Myrtle 

S. York Vorkville 

N. " Aurora 

S.Simcoe&) 

Ois. of V Barrie 
Muskoka. . ) 
N. Simcoe .... Barrie 

Halton Acton 

of Al- ) 

:i and > Milton 
Sound.. ) 

City Inspectors. 

ev. R. Torrance .. Guelph 



County. P. 0. 

. . peel Brampton 

( Wentw rth ) 
Joseph H. Smith X and City of > Ancaster 



Inspector. 
Donald McKinnon... 



James Hodgson 

David Fotheringham. 

Rev. Thos. McKee ... 

James C Morgan, Jf..-: 
Robert Little 

( IJis. o 
Peter MacLcan < goma 

(P. Sot 



( Hamilton.) 

Michael Jos. Kelly, M.D. . . Brant Brantford 

James B Grey Lincoln St. Catharines 

James H. Ball, M.A Welland Thorold 

Clarke Moses Haklimaud ..Caledonia 

J.J.VVads\vi)rth,iV.-4.,J/ .. Norfolk Simcoe 

Win. Carlyle Oxford Woodstock 

Thomas Pearce Waterloo Berlin 

D P. Clapp, B.A N. Wellington. Harriston 

J. J. Craig S. ..Fergus 

N. Gordon Dufferin Orange ville 

Thomas Gordon W. Grey Owen Sound. 

Andrew Grier E. Thornbury 

Wm. Ferguson S. " Priceville 

Win. Alexander Perth Stratford 

John R. Miller S. Huron .. ..Goderic.h.^. 

Arch. Dewar N. .... Seaforth - 

W. S. Clendening E.Bruce Walkerton 

Alex. Campbell". W. " ....Kincardine 

John Dearnesa E. Middlesex.. London 

Joseph S. Carson W. ". ..Strathroy 

Alfred K. Butler Elgin St. Thomas 

E.Kent Ridgetown 

W. " Blenheim 

Lambton No. IForest 
" No. 2Sarnia 
Essex, No. 1.. Sandwich 
" No, 2..Auihertsburg 



Edmund B. Harrison .. 
Wilmot M. Nichols, B.A 
Chas. A. Barnes, B A. . 

John Brebner 

Theodule Girardot 

). A. Maxwell 



JRe 

JW. G. Kidd Kingston 

*S. B. Boyle London 

Rev. A. McColl .... Chatham 

^Rev. R. Rogers Collingwood, 

R. B. Carman 31. A.. Cornwall 

U<-v. G. Washington Meaford 
Rev. J. Gordon, M.A Niagara Falls 

Barnes A. McLellan, LL.D.. 



Jno. C. Glashan . . 
^fohn H. Me Paul.. , 



Ottawa 

St. Catharines 



Town Inspectors. 

Mitchell, 
John M. Moran 



I J 

r 



John McLean St. Thomas 

ames L. Hughes . . . Toronto 



St. Mary s, 
Stratford P. 0. 
Oshawa 
[Vt<-rl>oro 



V W. Ross, M.P.. 
Thomas Hiliiard.. 



Strath roy 
Waterloo 



R.llarconrt,/?. A.. M.P.P. Welland 
J. C. Patterson, Jlf. f. Windsor 



Rev. S. II. Eastman 
James Stratton . . . 

High School Inspe.ct.nrs. 
Yorkville I John E. Hodgson, M.A Toronto 



Separate School Inspector. 
James F. White Trenton 



HEAD MASTERS OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. 



"Alexandria ... W. D. Johnston. B A. 
Almoi.Tc ......... V. 0. McGregor, H.A. 



prior- 
-Aylnier .L 

Barrie. C. I. 
Beam-ville 
-Belleville 



Hamilton, C. I. 

II.-uri-.ton . , 



R DHWSOTI, R.A. Hawke -bury .. 

John Mel, Belt, B.A. |*It>ger8ol] 

H. B Spotton. MA. 

A W. Reavlev. B A. 

Ge.a. 8. Wrkht. M.A 
Berlin ............. ) W. Connor, H A. 

Bowmanville... W.W. TamMyn. M.A 



Brantford. 
Brockvill,. 
Brighton ....... 

Caledonia ...... 

Cnmpliellford.. 
P Carlt. n I lace 



Sfradford ......... W. t<hrett,M.D..B.A. 

...... Alex Munay. MA. 

C.I. Wm. O iv,-r. H.A. 
...... 0. L Worrell. H.A. 

G. H. Ward. MA. 
...... ClitToH K^mp, B.A. 

A. G. Krihjht, B.A. 
S ! ,nrwa-l . B A. 
Cnvne>( .......... Aiidison. Oole. B.A. 

Chatham ......... A. W. A. \\\\y.B.A. 

Clinton .......... Js. Turnbull, B.A. 

Coboan;. C I... ! . C. McHenr\ . M.A. 
Col home ......... II M. \\\fV.*.M.A. 

Colliiigw )od. C. 1. W. Williams. H.A. 
Cornwall ........ IHIIICS Smith, A.M. 

Drnmnif.ndville II. C ?IN. B.A. 
Dilnilas .......... ! l>. l>i--ounett-.B.JU 



Ki-inptville 
Kincardine 
Kimrston, C - 1. 
I.itidsHV 
Us to we) 



ortliihurg .... 

Mount Korci-t. 



Dunuville 



Farmersville . 



Gait. C I ....... 

GanHnoque .... 

Qodirich 
Gritusby ......... 



A. Nmrent. B.A. 
A. 15 DflTiilson. B.A. 
(1. J .!< 1 (T- , M.A. 
C F. Mc iiilivarv.W.^ 
J. K. Br\aut. HI. A. 
Kdward L. G\irr\,B.A 
H.I. Srmnz, B.A. 
E L. Curry. B.A. 



Guelph ....... .. W. Tytler, B.A. 



G. 

J. Ale \Mirchie, H.A. 
J. A. Houston, B A. 
K. W. vinrchan;. M.A. 
-Irr. (1 u-.is ......... W. A Whitney. MA. 

J. A Carman. B.A. 

B. Freer. 

A. P Knight. M.A. 
W. K. Tilley. M.A. 
A. B. M I Hlhim M.A. 
*t.onr1i>n,C t.,Kev F II. ln-rklt-y II. i. 
D. C. Sullivan. I.L.B 
Wm. V.]\il,BA. 
J. S. J-niiexon 
.!<* lieid B A. 

C. FessMid- -ii B.A. 
N--w!ii)nrh ...... Iiavi Hi li". H.A. 

NewasllH ........ Jno. W. Mi-HrM*./?../!. 

Newmarket ..... :. K Dickson, B A. 

Nii rara .......... A. Aixfres. 

Nworwod .......... J ihn 1) \id-ion. MA 

\ Oakville ......... N. J. Wellwoml. B A 

Oakwood ....... A D rruick-h rik B A 

Omnmee ......... W M. K liott. 

("trangeville ____ Alex. Steele. R.A. 

O illia ............. ) Kversi.ii. R A. 

O-hnwa ......... I,. C Smith, n A. 

Ottnwa, C. I.... J Mxcmi Un. B A. 

Ov^vn Sound ... Wm Connor. M.A. 

Paris ............. J W A -re*, B A. 

Parkhill ......... K. M Bigg, M.A. 

Pembroke ....... K. Odium. H A. 

(-Perth. C. I ...... Wm. Rnthwell. BA. 

Peterbnro , C. I. John Dixon. B A. 

Picton ........... Hohert Dobson, B A. 



Port Dover 
I ort Hope 
Port P. rry 

I .Tt. 

PrnM-ott 



Smforth 



S. F. Passmore, B.A. 
A Purfclow. M.A.,LL.D 
D. McBridp. B.A. 
. W.H.Kutherford.B^ 

M. McPherson, M.A. 

C. McDowell B.A. 
Richmond Hill. Wm Mi-Bride. M.A. 

W. Sinclair. B.A. 
J. C. HatKtone. 
Simcoe ...... ...... Rev. G. Grant, B.A. 

Smith s Falls... J A. Clai k, M.A. 

A. C. Crosby. B.A. 
$ Cath rines.C.I.J Senth. H.A. 
St Mary s. C. I. J. K. Wetherell. BA. 
Btiatford ......... C. J. Maoiireiror, M.A. 

S rathrov ...... T. f.i ^.B.A. 

StrBetsvillc ..... J. A TH liner. 

St. Thomas.C.I. Ji hn Vilhir, B.A. 
Sydenhatn ..... J. K. Buniess. M A. 

Thornld ......... A. McCulloch. M.A 

Toronto. C. L... A. MacMurchy, M.A. 
Trenton ......... H. K. Kttincdv. 

Uxbridge, ....... J. J Ma-ee. B.A 

VaaMeek Hill. A. II. Watson. BA. 
Vienna .......... C. R. Giirme. B.A. 

^\\ :ilkerlin ..... J. Moru-in I. .A. 

W.,nlsvil| P ..... WG Mi.-I.Hcldan B.A 

WatHidown ..... D. II Hunter, HA. 

Wi-Iland ........ J M Hunn R A..LL.B. 

\\Vston ......... G. Wallace, B.A. 

Whitiiy, C. I.... L K. Kmhree, H.A. 

Williamstown.. Thomas Scales. B.A. 
Windsor ......... A.Sinclair. M.A. 

Woodstock ...... G. Stratichon. B.A. 



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MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS. 



[1884. 



MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND SCHOOLS. 

B.So., Lecturer on Botany and Zoology ; A. H. Wright, 
B.A., M.B, M.C.R.S, Hng., Demonstrator of Normal 
Histology; John Ferguson, B.A , M.B., L.F.P.S., Glas 
gow, Assistant .Demonstrator of Anatomy. 



THK COUNCIL OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND 
SURGEONS OF ONTARIO. Territorial Representatives: 
Western and St Clair, ,T. L. Bray, M.D., Chatham ; 
Malahide and Tecumseh, B. G. Edwards, M.D., London ; 
Saugeen and Brock, R. Douglas, M.D., Port Elgin ; 
Gore and Thames, J. A. Williams, M.D., Ingersoll ; 
Erie and Niagara, \V. MclJargow, M.D., Hamilton; 
Burlington and Home, J. I). Macdoi;ald, M. D., L.R.C.S. , 
Hamilton; Midland and York, J. H. Burns, M. 13., To 
ronto ; King s and Queen s. .Yin. Allison, L.F.P.S., 
Bowmanvilie ; Newcastle and Trent, H. 0. Burritt.M.D., 
Toronto; Quinte and Cataraciui, H. W. Day, M.D., 
Trent m ; Bathurst and Rideau, J. G. Cranst >n, M.D., 
Arnprior ; St. Lawrence and Eastern, I). Bergin, M.l>., 
Cornwall ; Western Union, London, Ontario, A. G. 
Fenwick, M D., London. Colle/jiate Representatives: 
University of Toronto, H. E. Buc.han, M. D., Toronto ; 
University of Victoria College, J. VV. Koseburgh, M.I)., 
Hamilton ; University of Queen s College, J. McCam- 
mon, M. D., Kingston ; University of Trinity C -liege, E. 
W. Spragge, M.R.C.S., Eng., Toronto; University of 
Ottawa, J. A Grant, M.I)., Ottawa; University of 
Regiopolis College, D. Phelan, M.D., Kingston; Uni 
versity of Albert College, J. W. Wright, M.I)., Toronto ; 
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Kingston, M. 
Lavell, M.D., Kingston; Trinity Medical School, \V. B. 
Geikie, M.D., Toronto. Homceopathic Representatives: 
George Logan, M. D., Ottawa ; G. Henderson, M. D., 
Strathroy ; C. T. Campbell, M.D., London, Ontario; 
Elias Vernon, M.D., Hamilton. Officers: President, G. 
Logan, M. D. , Ottawa ; Vice- President, H. W. Day, Tren 
ton, Ontario ; Treasurer, W. T. Aikins, M.D. , Toronto-; 
Registrar, Robert A. Pyne, Toronto. Board of Exam 
iners for 1882-83: Dr. J. Fulton, Toronto, Anatomy, 
Descriptive ; Dr. A. S. Oliver, Kingston, Theory and 
Practice of Medicine and General Pathology ; Dr. D. E. 
Burdett, Belleville, Midwifery, Operative and other 
than Operative, with Puerperal and Infantile Diseases ; 
Dr. G. A. Tye, Thamesville, Physiology and Histol .gy ; 
Dr. W. Caniff, Toronto, Surgery, Operative and other 
than Operative ; Dr. F. R. Eccles, London, Ontario, 
Medical and Surgical Anatomy ; Dr. M. Barrett, Toron 
to, Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical, and Toxicology ; 
Dr. W. W. Dickson, Pembroke, Materia Medica and 
Theraupeutics and Botany ; Dr. W. Nichol, Brantford, 
Medical Jurisprudence and Sanitary Science. 

THE TORONTO SCHOOI OF MEDICINK. Faculty: W. T. 
Aikins, M.D. ,LL. D , lecturer on Principles and Practice 
of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Pres. of the Faculty ; H. 
H. Wright, M.D. . LOP. &S.U.C., Lecturer on Principles 
and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Secre 
tary of the Faculty; J. H. Richardson, M.D., M.R.C.S., 
Eng., Lecturer on Descriptive Anatomy ; Uzziel Ogden, 
M D., Lecturer on Midwifery and Diseases of Women 
and Children ; James Thurburn. M. U. , Edin. and Toronto 
Univ., Lecturer on Materia Medica and Therapeutics; 
M. Barrett. M.A., M.D , Lecturer on Physiology; W. W. 
Ogden, M.B. , Adjunct Lecturer in Midwifery, and Lec 
turer on MedicalJurispructence and Toxicology ; M. H. 
Aikins, B.A. ,M.B.,M R.I . S., Eng.. Adjunct Lecturer on 
Snrgery,and Lecturer on Primary Anatomy; W. Oldrijht, 
M A.. M.D , Adjunct Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence, 
and Curator of Museum, and Lecturer on Sanitary 
Science; L. McFarlane, MB., Adjunct Lecturer on 
Anatomy and Demonstrator of Anatomy; Geo. Wright, 
M.A., M.B , Adjunct Lecturer on Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics; J. E. Graham, M.D., L.R.C.P., Loud., 
Adjunct Lecturer on Practice of Medicine, and Lecturer 
on Clinical Medicine and Dermatology and Pathology ; 
R. A Reeve, B.A., M.D., Lecturer on Diseases of the 
Eye and Ear ; Thos. Keys, Lecturer on Chemistry, 
Theoretical and Practical; Henry Montgomery, M.A., 



TRINITY MKIJICAL SCHOOL. Medical Faculty: W. B. 
Geikie, M.D., F.K.C.S., Edin., L. U.C.P., Lon., Dean of 
the Faculty. Vice- Pres. of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Ontario, Prof, of Principles and Practice of 
Medicine ami Clin. Medicine ; J. Fulton, M.D., M. R.U.S., 
Kng., L.R.U.P., Lon., Professor of Principles and Prac 
tice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery; J. E. Kennedy, 
A.R., M.I)., Pel. Obstet. Soc., Lon., Professor of Materia 
Medica and Thetaupeutios; H. Robertson, M.B., M. R. 
C S., Eng., Professor of Anatomy General, Descriptive 
and Surgical; J. Algernon Temple, M. D., M.R.C.S., Eng., 
Fel. Oiistet. Soc., L ui., Prof, of Obstetrics and Diseases 
of Women and Children ; Thos. Kirkland, M.A , Prof of 
General Chemistry and Botany ; C. W. Covernton, M.D , 
M.R.CS., Eng., Lie. Soc. Apoth., Lon., Professor of 
Samtaiy Science; John Fraser, M.D., L. R.C.P., Lon., 
\j. R C.S., Edin., Demonstrator of Anatomy ; Fred. Le 
M. Grasett, M.B., C.M., Edin. Univ., F.R.C S.E., M.R. 
C.S.,Eng., Fel. Obstet. Soc., Edin., Professor of Medical 
Jurisprudence; W. T. Stuart, M.B.,Trin. Coll. and Univ., 
Toronto, Lecturer on Practical Chemistry ; Charles 
Sheard, M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., Professor of Physiology 
and Histology, Normal and Pathological ; Geo. S. Ryer- 
son, M.D., L.R.C.P., L R.C S., Edin., Mem. Opthal. 
Society of Great Britain, Lecturer on Ophthalmology, 
Otology, and Laryngology; Luke Teskey, M. D., M.K, 
C. S., Eng., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THB COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 

AND SURGKONSOFTHK PROVINCE OF QUEBKC. President., 

C E. Lemieux, M.D., Quebec. Vice-Presid"nts, Hon. 
J. J. Ross, Ste., Anne de la Perade ; W. H. Hingston; 
Montreal. Secretaries, A. G. Belleau, M.D., Quebecj 
F. W. Campbell, M. D., Montreal. Registrar, L. LaRul; 
Quebec. Ireasurer, E. P. Lachapslle, M.D., Montreal 
City of Quebec : Drs. A. G. Belleau, W. Marsden, A. 
Jackson, C. E. Lemieux, E. A. De St. George. L. La* 
Kue, C. S. Park, H. Russell. District of Quebec : Drs. 
Joseph Marmatte, Charles Gingras, Hon. Theodora 
Robitaille, M. Quay. P. E. Grandliois, L. T. E. Rousseau, 
Come Rinfret, M.P City of Montreal: Drs. F. W. 
Campbell, E. P. Lachapelle, R. P. Howard, W. H, 
Kingston, R. H. Trudel, T. A. Rodger, Geo. Ross, J. L. 
Leprshon, R. A. Kennedy, A. Lamarche. District o/ 
Montreal: N. H. Landonceur, Jules Prevost, Josepk 
Lanclot, L. D. Lefoiitaine, P. E. Mignault, I). A. Hart, 
J. A. Duchesneam, H. A. Mignault. D. Marcil. District 
of Three Rivers: Hon. J J. Ross, M L. C., Drs. D. B. 
Desaulniers, A. F Danre. District rf St. Francis : Drs 
F. J. Austin, Thomas RaRue, F. Pare. As essors 
Laval University (Quebec), Drs. VV. Marsden , F.E. Roy 
Laval University (Montreal), Drs. J. Reddy, O. Ray 
mond ; McGill University, Hon. Dr. Church, M P.P., 
and P. E. Minault ; Bi-hop University, Drs. J. L. Le- 
prohon, T. A. Rodger; Victoria University, N. H. Ladon- 
ceur, A. C. Macdonell. Hoard for Preliminary Examin* 
ation: Rev. J. C. K. Laflamme, B.A., U.D., M. Mills* 
(Quebec), Kev. A. H. Vern.ult, D.L. , \V. A. Howe.LL.D. 
( Montreal). Examiners for the License : Anatomy, R. A. 
Kennedy, M. Di; Surgery, Geo. Ross, M.D. ; Medical 
Jurisprudence, H. A. Mignault ; Physiology, C.J.Parke^ 
Practice of Medicine, R. P. Howard ; Materia Medica, 
L. T. E. Rosseau, M. D. ; Midwifery. T. A. Roger, M. D. ; 
Botany and Hygiene, J. Lanctot. M.D. ; Chemistry, M. 
Guay. Hoard of Examination ofMidwives : W. Marsden, 
A. Jackson, M.D., Charles Gingras, M.L. (Quebec), R. 
A. Kennedy, M.D., K. P. Lapachelle, M.D., E. H. Tru 
del, M. D., (Montreal). 



CANADIAN INSTITUTE. Building, 46 Richmond St. East.J. M. Buchan, M.A., President ; J. Langton, M.A., 
1st Vice-President ; G. Murray, Esq , -^iid do- ; G. Kennedy, LL. D., 3rd do. J. Notman, Treasurer. W. H. Van- 
derSmissen, Corresponding Secretary; J. Bain, jun , Recording do. G. E. Shaw, B.A. , Curator. Council: Rev. Dr. 
Scadding, Dr. D. Wilson, LL.D., Pru f. J. Loudon, M. A., Dr W. H. E1IU, M.A., C. Carpmael.M.A., Dr. Covernton. 

PIONEERS ASSOCIATION. (FOR THK CONSERVATION OK EARLY CANADIAN LOCAL HISTORY.) Rooms at Cana 
dian Institute, Richmond St. President, Rev. Dr. Scadding. Vice-Presidents : 1st, Win. Watson; 2nd, William 
Ronnie; Hrd, Eli Crawford; 4th, Elias Snider; 5th, John Smith. Treasurer, W. H. Doel. Secretary, Robert 
Playter. Committee of Management: Win. Lea, N. L. Piper, Capt. J. McUann, Thos. Taylor, N. A. Gamble, 
James Askneld, Win. Barchard, Abiier Pherrel, Joseph Purvis. 

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LEGAL AND JUDICIARY. 



143 



LEGAL AND JUDICIARY. 



SUPREME COURT OP THE DOMINION AND 

COURT OF EXCHEQUER. 

The Supreme Court, as a high Court of Appeal, con 
stitute! by Dominion Statute. 3S Vic. cap. 2, assented 
to 8th April, 1875, is composed of a Chief Justice and 
live Puisne Judges, and has appellate, civil and criminal 
jurisdiction within and throughout thu .Dominion of 
Canada. The Judges reside at Ottawa, where the Supreme 
Court holds annually three Sassions- -the first beginning 
on the third Tuesday in February, the second on the first 
Tuesday in May, and ihe third on the fourth Tuesday in 
October. The Exchequer Court, presided over by the 
same Judges, possesses concurrent original jurisdiction 
in the Dominion in all cases in- which it is sought to 
enforce any law relating to the revenue, and exclusive 
original .jurisdiction in all cases in which demand is 
made or relief sought in respect of a suit or action of 
the Court of Exchequer on its revenue side against the 
Crown, or any officer of the Crown. 

Hon. William Johnston Ritchie, Chief Justice. 

Hon. Samuel Henry Strong, Puisne Judge. 

Hon. Telesphore Founder, Puisne Judge. 

Hon. William Alexander Henry, Puisne Judge. 

Hon. Henry Efzear Taschereau, Puisne Judge. 
.Hon. John Wellington Gwyime, Puisne Judge. 

R. Casseis, jun., Registrar. 

Geojge Duval, Reporter. 

THE LAW SOCIETY OP ONTARIO. 
The Law Society was first established in 1797, by the 
Act 37, Geo. III., c. 13, which enabled the then practi 
tioners of the law to form themselves into a society, and 
make rules for its government. By the Act of 1822, 
2 Geo. IV., c. 5, "the Treasurers and Benchers of the 
Law Society" were formally incorporated; and under 
these and other statutes the Society has continued to be 
governed by a Board of Benchers, in the same manner 
as the various Law Societies of England. By Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, c. 138, the Benchers theretofore 
appointed, from time to time, by their own body, are 
made, exclusive of ex-offlcio members, elective by the 
Bar, the ec-qficio consisting of the Attorney-General of 
the Dominion for the time being, if a member of the Bar 
of Ontario, and all members of the Bar of Onrario who 
have at any time held the office of Attorney-General of 
the Dominion or of Ontario, or of Attorney or Solicitor- 
General of the former Province of Upper Canada, and 
any retired Judge of the Superior Courts of Law or 
Equity of Ontario; the elective, thirty in number, being 
chosen by the ballot, for a term of five years, by the 
members of-the Bar, in manner prescribed by the Act. 
Vacancies during the term are filled by the remaining 
Benchers. On the first day of Easter Term, annually, 
the Benchers appoint one of their hody to be Treasurer, 
who is also President of the Society. The Benchers sit 
in Convocation every term for the call of Barristers, the 
admission of Attorneys and Solicitors to Practice, and 
of Students to enter the Society, the fees paid by whom 
form the revenue of the Society. Osgoode Hall, appro 
priately named after the first Chief Justice, is the 
Ontario " Inn of Court," or head-quarters of the Society, 
in which is provided accommodation for the Court of 
Appeal and Courts of Equity, and for the sittings in 
term of the Superior Courts; with a valuable and exten 
sive library. 

VISITORS. 

The several Judges of the Supreme Court of Judica 
ture for Ontario. 

Treasurer Hon. Edward Blake, M.A., Q C., M.P. 

BENOHKRS. 

Ex-Officio Right Hon Sir John A. Macdonald, K C.B., 
D.C L., Q.C , Atty.-Gen. 1854 ; Hon. Jas. Patton. Q.C., 
Sol. -Gen. 1862 ; Hon. A. N. Richards, QC, Sol.-Gen 
1864; Hon. Adam Crooks, Q.C., Atty.-Gen. Ont, 1871 ; 
Hon. Oliver Mowat, Q.C., retired Vice-Chancellor 1872, 
present Atty.-Gen. Ont. ; Hon. Edward Blake. Q.C., 
late Ministerof Justice and Atty.-Gen. of th" Dominion; 
Hon. Sir Alex. Campbell, K C. M.G., Q C., late Minister 
of Justice ; Hon. Samuel Hume Blake, retired Vice- 
Chancellor 1881. 

Elective E. T. 18S1 R. T. 1886. James Beaty, jun., 
<J.C., M.P., Toronto; k John Bell, Q.C., Belleville; H. 



C. R. Beecher.Q.C., London ; Jas. Bethune, LL B..Q.C., 
Toronto ; B. N. Brittou, M.A., Q C . Kingston ; Hector 
Cameron, M.A., Q.C., M.P., Toronto ; J. Crickmore, 
Toronto ; J. Harry Ferguson, Toronto ; Jas. J. Foy. Q.C., 
Toronto; Hon. C. F. Fraser, Q.C., M.P.P., Brockville ; 

D. Guthrie, Q.C., Guelph ; Hon. A. S. Hardy, Q.C., 
Brantford; J. Hoskin.Q.C.. Toronto; A. Hudspeth, Q.C., 
Lindsay ; ,E Irving, Q C. , Hamilton ; J. K. Kerr, Q.C., 
Toronto ; A. Leith, Q (J , Toronto ; Huson W. M. Murray, 
Toronto; E. Martin, Q.C. , Hamilton; W. R. Meredith, 
LUB.. Q.C., M.P.P , London; Jas. Mai Lennan, M.A., 
Q.C., Toronto; D Altou McCarthy, Q.C., M.P., Toronto; 
F. McKelcan, Q C., Hamilton; U. McMichael, LL. D., . 
Q.C., Toronto ; Charles Moss, Q.C., Toronto; Hon. T. B. 
Pardee, Q.C., M.P.P.,Sarnia ; U. B Uead.Q 0., Toronto; 
Thos. Robertson, Q.C., M.P., Hamilton; L. W. Smith, 
D.C.L., Toronto; James F. Smith, LL B., Toronto. 

Secretary, Sub Treasurer and Librarian J. H. Esten, 
Barrister-at-Law ; Assistant Librarian, C. B. Grasett ; 
Junior Assistant, L. Williams. 

EXAMINERS. Equity, A. H. Marsh ; Criminal law 
and torts, W. A. Reeve; Real property, E. D. Airnour; 
Mercantile law, T. D. Delamere. 

THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE FOB 
ONTARIO. 

Hon. John Godfrey Spragge, President of the Court of 

Judicature and Chief Justice of Ontario. 
Hon. John Hawkins Hagarty, Chief Justice of the 

Queen s Bench and President of the High Court of 
Justice for Ontario. 

Hon. Adam Wilson, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas. 
Hon. John Alexander Boyd, ( hancellor of Ontario. 
Hon. Joseph Currau Morrison, Justice of Appeal. 
Hon. Thomas Gait, Justice of High Court of Justice, 

Member of the Common Pleas Division 
Hon. George William Burton, Justice of Appeal. 
Hon. William Proudfoot, Justice of High Court of 

Justice, Member of the Chancery Division. 
Hon. Christopher Salmon Patterson, Justice of Appeal. 
Hon. John Douglass Armour, Justice of High Court of 

Justice, Member of the Queen s Bench Division. 
Hon. Matthew Crooks Cameron, Justice of High ourt 

of Justice, Member of the Queen s Bench Division. 
Hon. Featherston Osier, Justice of High Court of 

Justice, Member of the Common Pleas Division. 
Hon. Thomas Ferguson, Justice of High Court of 

Justice, Member of the Chancery Division. 

COURT OF APPEAL FOR ONTARIO. Constituted for the 
hearing of appeals in civil cases from the Queen s Bench, 
Chancery, and Common Pleas Divisions of the High 
Court of Justice, and from the County ; and by recent 
Statute, the Division Courts also in cases defined as to 
amount, and appeals from criminal cases from thi^ Queen s 
Bench. Common Pleas, and County Courts. From the 
judgment of this Court an appeal lies, at the option of 
litigants, either to the Supreme Court of the Dominion, 
or to Her Majesty in Privy Council, in cases over 1,000, 
or where annual rent, fee, or future rights of any amount, 
are affected, the .judgment in either case being final. The 
Judges of tiiis Court, in addition to their appellate duties 
proper, take part in presiding over Courts of Oyer and 
Terminer and General Jail Delivery and sittings of the 
Queen s Bench, Chancery, and Common Pleas Divisions 
ot the Higli Court of Justice, and may he placed on the 
rota for the trial of Election petitions, with the Justices 
of the High Court, who, as ex-nffieio Judges of this 
Court, choose from their number a Judge or Judges 
to sit iu Appeal in case of there being a vacancy in this 
Court, or if, from illness or some other cau.-e, one ot 
the Judges of the Court is unable to be present, or is 
under any legal disqualification to hear an appeal. 
Chief Justice of Ontario Won. John Godfrey Spragge. 
Justices of Appeal Hon. Joseph C. Morrison, Hon G. 
W. Burton, Hon. Christopher S Patterson. Registrar 
Alexander Grant. Uslter and Messenger E. Oliver. 

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE FOR ONTARIO. 
QUK.EN S BB\CII DIVISION. The jurisdiction of this 
Division extends to all manner of actions, causes and 
suits, criminal and civil, real, personal and mixed, within 
Outario, and it may proceed in such, by such process 

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and course as are provided by law, and as shall tend 
with justice and despatch to determine the giiine ; and 
may hear and determine all issues o! law, and also 
(with the inquest of twelve good and lawful men iu 
the oases provided for) try All issues of fact, and 
give judgment, and award execution thereon, and also 
in matters woieh relate to tlie Queen s Revenue (includ 
ing the condemnation of contraband or smug, Jed good?) 
as may be done by Her M.ijesty s Superior Courts of Law 
in Kugland. Chu-f Justice lion. ,T. II. llagarty, D C I.. 
JUimtiei-s of the Queen s Bench Division llou. J. D. 
Armour, and lion. M. C. Cameron. Registrar James 
8. Cartwrigbt. Clerks A. Maodonneil, J. L. Whiteside. 
Orier and I sher Andrew Fleming. 



CHANCERY DIVISION This Division has the like juris 
diction as the Court of Chancery in Kugland. in casts of 
fraud, accideut, trusts, executors, administrators, co 
partnerships, account, mortgages, awards, dower, infants, 
idiots, lunatics aud their estates, waste, specific perform 
ance, discovery, aud to prevent multiplicity of suits, 
staying proceedings at law prosecuted against equity and 
good conscience, and mty decree the issue, repeal, or 
Toidance. of letters patent, and generally the like powers 
which the Court of Chancery iu Knglund p issesses to 
administer justice in all cases in which there is no ade 
quate remooy at aw. Chancellor Hon. John A. Boyd. 
Members nf the. Division Hon. Win Proudtoot and Hon. 
Thomas Ferguson. Special Examiners J. Ciickmoro, 
George M. Kvans and Shorthand only, John Bruce. 
Registrar G. S. Holmsted. Assistant Registrar A. F. 
McLean. Clerk of Records and Wilts G M. Lee. Docket 
ing Clerk . Entering C/erk Henry Semple. 
Usher R Parkos. Housekeeper and Messenger "D. Suth 
erland. 

COMMON PLEAS DIVISION This Division has tlie same 
powers and jurisdiction as a Court of Record, as the 
Queen s Uench Division. Writs of summons and capias 
issue alternately from liiher Division. Chief Justice 
Hon. Adam Wilson. Members nf the Dirisicm lion. T. 
Gait and lion F. Osier. Registrar M. B. Jackson. 
Clerks 0. S. Strange, M. I. Macnamara. Crier and Usher 
P. Connell. 

All Divisions of the High Court hive now concurrent 
Jurisdiction under the Judicature Act. 1881. 

CH \MBER- Chambers are held each day for such 
business relating to actions as may be transacted by a 
ging^ Judge out of Court. The Master in Chambers is 
empowered to obtain the assistance of the Registrar of 
the Queen s Bench Division or of any Official Referee to 
sit with or for him Muster in Chambers K. G. Dalton, 
Q.C. Gerks F. Arnoldi and W. O Neil. 

MASTER S OFFICE Master in Ordinary of the Supreme 
Omrt Tnos Hod^ins, Q C. Clerk N. McLean. Junior 
Clerk L B. Young. (For list of Local Masters, see 
page 122.) 

ACCOUNTANT S OFFICE Accountant Geo. S. Holmsted. 
Clerk of Accounts Benjamin W. Murray. Clerks Geo. 
Behan, C. A. Stewart, Miss M. Buchan. TAXING OFFICERS 
J. H. Thorn, S. B. Clark. 

MAP.ITIWE COURT OF ONTARIO Constituted by Dominion 
Statute, 40 Vic., cap. 21, as a Snperi >r Court of Maritime 
Jurisdiction ; is composed of one Judae for the wh( la 
Province, and surrogate Judges for certain localities ap 
pointed by the Governor in Council, are invested with 
such powers as may be conferred on them by their com 
mission. The Maritime Court is a Superior Court of 
Record, having, with some exceptions mentioned in tlie 
Act, the like rights and remedies in all nutters, including 
cases of Contract arid Tort, and proceedings in rein, and tn 
persnnnm, arising out of or connected with navigation, 
shiupinir, trade or commerce, on any river, lake, canal, or 
inland water, of which the wh<>I or partis in the Province 
of OriUrio. as any existing Vice-Admiralty Court would 
have if its process extended to the Province of Ontario. 
The -Hiings of the Court and in Chambers nre fixed and 
regulated by the Judge and Surrogate Judges at such 
tinvs is they shiill think fit and necessary for the due 
administration of justice. Jwlgf, fur the whole Province 
Hon. Joh iBiyd. Registrar John Bruce. Mars/ial 
William Royil. 

KKroRTF.RS KAilnr Christopher Ttobinson, Q.C. Re- 
pnrtsi iii Queen s liench S. J. Vankoughriet. Keporter 
in Commnn [ em U. Y. Harman. Reporter in CJiancery 
A M f. Let roy. R p>rte.r Court nf Appeal, lamilre.nry 
an<l Ktectinn Ca*e.i A. Grant. In fJiamliers F. T. Kolph. 
Distributor of Law Stamp* W. W. Baldwin. 

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HEIR AND DEVISEE Co 1 RT Commissioners, the Judges 
of th-> Superior Courts, a, id such other parsons as may lift 
app>inted by comtniision undet the Great Seal. Their 
duties are to determine claims to lauds in Ontario, 
for which no pitout has issued from the Crown iu favour 
of the proper claimants, whether as hirs. devisees or as 
signees. Sittings at Torouto, first Monday in Januiry 
ani July in each year. Clerk nf Commissioners W. B. 
Howard. 

COURTS FOR THE TRIAL OF Co \TROVERTED ELECTIONS. 
The nature of these courts is suttlcieiuly indicated in 
their title. In respect to elections f r tbu House cf Com 
mons of Canada, the Superior Courts, by one of their 
Judges appointed iu that behalf, urn invested with special 
Jurisdiction for the trial of contested elections, and ap 
peals lie to the Suprem^ Court -it Ottawa. In respect to 
elections for the Local Legislature of Ontario, the Judges 
ofthoUourtofAppeala.nl >f the Superior Courts of Law 
and Bquity meet annually in Michaelmas Term ami 
severally sdict, by a majority of votes, a .Ind jc of their 
respective Courts to be placed on the rota for The trial of 
election petitions. In tb->case of death or the illnoss of a 
Judge so chosen, the Court of which he is a member meet 
and elect another Judge. Trials involving corrupt 
practices are presided over by two Judges, otherwise a 
single judge presides, and an appeal lies to the Court of 
Appeal ot the Province. 

OOUVTV/ COURTS Presided over by resident Judge in 
each county, assisted iu some counties by a Deputy or 
Junior JuJge. Their jurisdiction extends to aW personal 
actions where the debt or danuges claimed do not exceed 
$i(ltj; and to all suits relating to debt, covenant or con 
tract, where the amount is ascertained by the acts of the 
parties or signaiure of the defendant, to $ Kli); and to all 
bail bonds and recognizances of bail given in the County 
Court, to any amount; but not to cases involving th 
title to lauds validity of wills, or actions for libel, slan 
der, crim. con., or saduction. An appeal lies to the Court 
of Appeal ofOntario. 

COUNTY COURT SITTINGS AND COIRTOF GENERAL SESSIONS. 
The County Judge in each county holds n sitting of uis 
Court and a Conn of General Sessions ia hii county seml- 
annually on the second Tuesday in June and December, 
except in the county ol Voik, in which, county said Court 
is held four times, commencing on the fi-st Tuesday in 
December and March and the second Tuesday iu May 
aud September, the litter Courts for tho trial of oases of 
telonv and misdemeanor, but treason uid capital felonlei 
are exempted from their jurisdiction. The Judge may 
also, ia his discretion, hold addi iocal sittings at_such 
times as may be deemed expedient to expedite business, 
but only for the trial of issues of f.icl without a jury. 

COU\TT JonQEs CRIM NAL COURT. Persons com uitted 
to Jill for tri.jl. on charge of twiug guilty of any offence 
for which they may he tried at a Court of General Se9^ 
sions may, with their own consent, and subject to the pro 
visions of tho \ctiu that belulf. he forthwith tried by 
the Jude of the County Court and Ueueral Sessions with 
out a ! ury anil if convicted, he sentenced by the said 
Judge;" and the JunVe sitting on any such tiial for all 
the purpose* thereof, is constituted a Court of Record, 
and the record in any such case shtll be filed among the 
records of the Court of General Sessions last mentioned. 

COURTS OF REVISION. The County Judges hold annually 
Courts of finrtl revision of the Assessment Rolls of each 
Municipality, being in the light of Courts of \ppual from 
the first (!ourt ot Rivision held by the Municipality : and 
also Courts for the Revision of the Voters (jists. being 
equivalent to the Courts held by Revising Barristers in 
England. 

INSOLVENT DEBTORS COURTS. These Courts, which 
had reference to^traders onlv, were retaliated by the 
A-t known as the Insolvent Act of 1S7V which con- 
s liiUted and assi<uilit d the practice in Bankruptcy 
and Insolvency in the several I rovin es of the I) >minr>n. 
Tho County Judges in the several Counties presided, 
and official as-ignees were nominated t>v the Governor 
in Council, aud were offlce-s of the Court having juris 
diction in the County or District for which th-y were 
appointed. And appeals lay to the Court of Appeal of 
Ontario. This Statute has now been repealed, and the 
Courts and Assignees are only continuing to wind up 
pending cases. 

SURROGATE COURTS Tho jurisdiction of these Courts 
relates to all testamentary matters and causes, and to the 



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Gowan> 
Jones, 

James 
S. Sin 



granting and revoking of probate of wills, and letters ot 
administration of the effects of deceased persons having 
estate or effect in Ontario, and all matters arising 
out of or connected with the grant or revocation of pro 
bate or administration, subject to an appeal to the Chan- 
eery Division. The County Judges are also Judges ot the ; 
Surrogate Courts. Chief Surrogate, Clerk at Turonlo 
Sir J. L. Robinson. Bart. 

DIVISION C URTS, for the summary disposal of cn<-es 
by the priding Judge, being the County Judge or his 
Deputy, or any Barrister appointed to hold tile same; 
but a jury of fire persons may be demanded in certain i 
cases. Their jurisdiction extends to actions of debt or con- j 
tract where the balance claimed is over $100 ana under J^i.iO 
when the amount is ascertained by (be signature of the 
defendant, subject to an appeal to the Court of Appeal, 
acd to $100 in other cases; but the sums of the account to 
be gone into cannot exceed $400; injuries or torts t i per 
sonal chatu Is amounting to $60, and personal actions to 
that amount, if not excepted from their jurisdiction : but 
not to actions for gambling debts, liquors drunk in a 
tavern, or notes ot hand given therefor, ejectment, title 
to land, Ac., or any toll, custom or franchise, will or ^et 
tlement. malicious prosecution, libel, slander, crini. con., 
seduction or breach of promise, or acii6ns against a J. P. 
for anything done by him in the execution ot his office, 
if he objects to it. Each Judicial District is divided into 
Court Divisk us. and C"urts are held once in two months 
in eai-h Division, or oftener at the discretion of the Judge. 
The Divisions are established by the Courts of Geueral 
Sessions, and iu certain cases by the Judges. 

BOARD OF COUNTY JUDGES Chairman J. R. 
late sen. Judge County Simcoe. Members S. J 
County Brunt; 1). J. Hughes, County Hlgin; 
Danieil. Counties Piescott and Russell; and J. 
clair, County Wentworth. 

Crown Law Officers. 

MINISTFR OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR THF. 
DOMINION OF CANADA. Hon. Sir A. Campbell, K.C.M.G., 
QC. 

Officers of the Courts. 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN. John Hoskin, Q. C. 

SENIOR JUDGMENT CLERK. G. S. Holnisted. 

JUNIOR JUDGMENT CLERK. A. F. McLean. 

INSPECTOR OF TITLES AND REFKREE OF TITLES AT 
TORONTO. G. S. Holmsted. 

INSPECTOR OF LOCAL OFFICES. M. B. Jackson. 

OFFICIAL RKKERKES (Ex OFFICIO). The Master in 
Ordinary of the Superior Court, the Registrar of the 
Queen s Bench Division, the Keuistrar of the Common 
Pleas Division, the Hefcree in Chambers (vacant), the 
Accountant, the Inspector of Titles, and tile Referee of 
Titles 

CLERKS OF ASSIZE. County of York, G. B. Nicol ; 
otherwise the Deputy Clerks of the Crown are < ..t n Ju-li, 
Clerks of Assize and Marshals in their respective Counties. 

L>EIM;T\ CLKRKS OF THE CKOWN. The Clerks of the 
County Courts will be ex o/ficio Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown and Pleas of their several Counties as the present 
incumbents vjc.ati" by death or otherwise. 

CLERK OF THE PROCESS. -For sealing and issuing 
Writs of Summons and other Writs in the Queen s Bench 
and Common Pleas (alternately), W. B. He ward. 

INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC OFFICKS. John Winchester. 
Sittings of the Cotui*. 

COURT OF APPEAL. This Court holds its sittings at 
such time and for sudi periods as (lie Judges shall, from 
time to time, deem necessary or convenient for the speedy 
dispatch of business, the times now lixed being the Hrst 
Tuesday in March and September, and the second Tues 
day in January, May and November ; notice of the hold- 
in- of such sittings being given according to Ihe usual 
practice. 

SITTINGS OF THE QUEEN S BENCH AND COMMON PLEAS 
DIVISIONS. Hilary begins lirst Monday in hYbruary, 
and ends Saturday of :ln- ensuing week; Kaster begins 
third Monday in May, and ends Saturday of the Second 
week thereafter; Michaelmas begins third Mond.,y in 
November and ends Saturday of the second week there 
after. Trinity Term begins on the Monday after the -. 1st 

August, and ends on Saturday of the following week, but 
may be dispensed with by order of Court. The Queen s 

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Bench and Common Pleas Divisions have power also, at 
their discretion, to hold sittings in banco in time of vaca 
tion (except long vacation), by virtue of a rule or order 
of the Court, respectively to be made hi or out of term, 
for the hearing of such special cases or rules for new 
trials as shall be named in a list to be attached to any 
such rule or order, and for giving of judgments in cases 
previously argutd, and for disposing of such other busi 
ness as the Court in its discretion shall see tit ; and one 
of the Judges of either of the said Divisions sits in open 
Court on Tuesday and Friday of every week, as well in 
as out of Term, except, during vacation, for the purpose 
of disposing ol all Court business which may be trans 
acted by a single Judge. 

CHANCERY SITTINGS. Settings for ihe Juaring of causes, 
including examination of witnesses, are held twi<e in each 
year, at Toronto and on Circuit, the places and Oates 
being previously arranged by the Judges (tee Circuits). 
Siusmtjs ior the, ieh.ta.riny <>f causes are htld on the 3rd 
Thursday in February, the last ! hurt-day in August, and 
the tirst Th ursday in December. The, Court sits every week, 
except during vacation, for the despatch ofbusiness. in the 
following order: M<m<iay. chamber business ; Tuesday, 
motions; Wednesday, motions for judgment, further direc- 
tious. petitions, hiid demuireis; Thursday, appeals Ircm 
Master s reports. 

LONQ VACATION extends from the 1st of July to the- 
1st of September. In Chancery, there is also a vacation 
from the 24th December to fith January. 

COUNTY CotfRT TERMS. The several County Courts in 
Ontario iu Id four sittings in each year, commencing respec 
tively on the first .Monday in the months of January, 
April, July, and Octc.btr, except the County of York, 
which commences on the first, Monday in January and 
April, aud the second Monday in June acd October, and 
ending on the Satu> day of the same week. 

Circuits of the Courts. 

[.AW CIRCUITS. Filtinijsfor Hearing nf Actwnt. Courts 
of Over and Termintr and General Gaol D. livery are 
htld tvrtce a year iu each County or union ot Counties, 
in the vacation between Hilary and Easter Terms, and 
between that period of the vacation after the 2Ut of 
Aug. ist and Michailmas Term, except the Counties of 
York and Wentwov h. in each of which Counties there ig 
lit M a third such Court in every year, in the varation be- 
tw- fii Michitelrras ar.d ILlarj Terms: i;i.d in the County 
of York then- is hi Id a fourth such Court, between Master 
Term Mid the first day of July. The sittings foi hear 
ing of actions may. in the discretion of the Judges, be 
held separate ind apart from tlir Courts of O^er and 
TYrmtrjer. and Gei.oral Gaol D. livery and the Assizes tor 
any County are not put an end to by the comnx in ement 
of Term, bin may continue and be hi Mm during Term, 
snhjfct to speriai rules in such case for moving against 
th" verdict or for new trit.ls. There are eight Circuits aa 
f Hows, vi/, : 

I- .Kfi i-n : Cornwall, f/Oristncl. Ottawa, Pembroke. Perth. 
Midland.: Belleville. Urockv.lle. Kingston. Nap.-inee. I ic- 
ton. ViLturia: Brampton. Oobourg. Lindsay. I eterboro , 
Whitliy. Broci. : Goderich, Orangevdle. Owen Sound, 
Stratford, Walkerton, Woodstock. Niagara: Cayuga, 
Ham;l on. .Milton, ?t Cathaiines, Welland. Ifulerlnot 
Bsrrie, Beiliu. Brantfotd. Ouelph, Simeoe. \V. -ftern .- 
Chatham. London, Sandwich. Sarnia. St. Thomas. Home: 
Toronto. 

The Courts in each Circuit shull be presided over by one 
of tiiH Chief Justices or Justices ot the High Court or of 
the Courts of Appeal, or, in their absf lire, by .t Judge of a 
County Court. or SOtne om; ot Her Majesty s Coutisi I learned 
in the law. rt quested by any one of the Chief Justices or 
Justices to act in that behalf. 



CIIKUITS, for the Kxamination of Witnesses 
and Hearing Causes, are htld iu the Spring and Fall of 
each year as follows: 

T .rnnto: Toronto Ku.^ttrn : Belleville. Itrockville, Co- 
h iiii-g. Cor> will, Kingston, Lindsay. Ottawa. I eterboro . 
Wf.xle r : Chatham. Qoderic.h, London, Sandwich, S:<ruia- 
Stratfonl, Walkerton. Woodstock. Hume,: Bartie. Brant, 
ford, Gml(>h, Hamilton, Owen Sound, Siincoe, St. Cath 
arines, Whitby. 

The Courts in each Circuit are presided over )>v the 
Chancellor or one of the Members of the Chancery Divi 
sion, or by a retired or present Justice of the High Court, 



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or of the Court of Appeal, or by a Judge of H County 
Court, or by some one of Her Majesty s Cuuufel learned 
in the law. requested by the Chancellor or one ol the Jus 
tices to net in that behalf. 

COMMISSIONERS FOB TAKING AFFIDAVITS. Commis 
sioners in Ontario for taking Affidavits to be used in 
Que l iec. Edward H. Tiffany, Alexandria. G. B. Hen.ler- 
sot), Q C., J. Parker Thomas, Belleville. J. Weyns, J.P., 
Brantt ord. Jacob D. Buell, James Jessup, Brockville. 
T. H. Aikman, Cayuga. Warren F. Burton, Hamilton. 
J. A. Henderson, Q.C., Kingston. Win. Robertson, 
Lanark. Win. C. L. Gill, Wm. Horton, James Shanly, 
London. Hon. R. W. Scott, Q.C., Hon. J. Coeklmra, 
Q C., Win. M. Matlieson, Henry J. Morgan. Hubert 
Cassels, R. J. Wicksteed, Ottawa. Francis Scott, Thos. 
Deacon, Q.C., M. O Driscoll, Win. R. White. Pembroke. 
James Bell, W. O. Buell, Perth. Clias. A. \Veller. Petcr- 
boro . H. Bernard, C.M.G., Q.U., R. Snelling, LL. I)., 
L. W. Smith, D.O.L., James H. Morris, Fred W. King- 
stone, Richard H. R. Munro, Hector Cameron. Q 0., 
R. Spratt, M. Crombie, J. R. Roaf, Toronto. S. S. Mc- 
Donell, Windsor. Commissioners in Quebec for takiiuj 
Affidavits to be used in Ontario. Dennis Bairy, Anthony 
Bro-an, Joseph Louis Conttie, Thomas Darling-, John D. 
Davison, M. H. Escott, John Fair, Henry Ksson Irvine, 
Samuel Johnston, D. MacFarlane, Alex. Moff.it, Narcisse 
Perodeaai, Alex. F. Riddell, David Seat h, Win S. Walker, 
W. A. Caldwell, A. McKay, J. M. Taylor, ,V. G. Isaacson. 
W. B. S. Roddy, M. M. Tail, A. C. Lyiuan, W. M-iclennan, 
W. H Cross, 3. Mclntosh, P. W. Terrill, E. Lafleur. J. H. 
J. Prison, Montreal Hon. L. R. Church, (J C ., Aylmer. 
T. Moloney, R. H. Wurf.ell, J. R. Eckurt, Quebec. F. 
;S, McKay, Papineauville. Commissioners in Manitoba 
.and North-West Territories for taking Affidavits o be 
used in Ontario. P. T. Bradley, North Pem oiua ; Wm. 
N. Kennedy, Frederick McKenzie, A. J. McCoIl, W. A. 
Wilkes.G, F. Andrews, U. W. Webster, Hon. A. M. Suther 
land. A. E. Richards, Winnipeg; A. L. Sifton, Brandon; 
M. H. Fieliihmi.se, Neepawa ; J Boultbee, Portage la 
Prairie ; J. B. McLaren, Nelson ville ; H. Bleeker, Edmon 
ton, N.W.T.; W. Hill Nash, Fort "sborne; W S. Brown, 
Calf Mountain ; O. Barrett, Dominion City; W. Robertson, 
Pilot Mound ; W. J. Scott, Battleford ; John Crenr, W. J. 
Mauley, Mjnnedosa, N.W.T.; A. G. M. Spra-ge, Regina; 
35, A- Baylies, Calgary; A. J. Simpson, West Lynne ; 
S. M. Jarvis, Qu Appelle, ; S. K. Parsons, Moose Factory, 
Rupert s Land. Commissioners in Nona Scotia for taking 



Affidavits to be used in Ontario T. Ritchie, Halifax ; E. 
N. Clements, Yarmouth. Commissioners in Ontario for 
taking Affidacits to be used in I. JVora Scotia- R. J. 
Wicksteed, H. J. Morgan, Ottawa. II. New Brunswick 
A. J. Wilkes, LL.B., Brantford. H. J. Morgan. R. J. 
Wicksteed. John Tilton, Ottawa. III. Manitoba - H. J. 
Morgan, Ottawa. J. H. Morris, E. R. C. Clarkson, Toronto. 
JE. Irving, Q.C., Hamilton. Commissioners in the United 
States for talcing AJfidarit* tit be wed in Ontario. Wm. 
Barker Coleman. Frank K. Kernochan, Joseph B. Nones, 
Charles Edward Tracy, J. B. Braman, H. R. Wilson, 
New York, N.Y. George May Elword, Rochester, N.Y. 
Phillip A. Hoyue, Chicago, ill. Edward J. Jones, 61 
Court Street. A. D. Foster, C. A Shaw. Boston, Masa. ; 
Graeme M. Wilson, Bay city, Mich. ; O. V. Howell, Kan 
sas City ; C. Brown, Minne.i) oils ; E. M. Cole, Marquette ; 
J. M. rhatler.soii, Louisville. Ky. ; Aithur H. Fleming, 
T. Hislop, Detroit, Mich. ; H. P.". Hardy, Chicago; A. G. 
McMillan. San BVariciseo. ommifsionersin Great Britain 
for taking Affidavits to be uwd in On~aru> E. Ander 
son, 17 Ironmonger Lane, T. W. Bisehoff, G. C. Borapas, 

4 Great Winchester Street Buildings, W. L. Gane, 85 
Graceehurch Street, A. Gillespie, 40 Old Broad Street, 
E Jenkins, A. S. Manns, 8 Old Jewry, E. S. Mounsey, 
Gray s Inn, J L. Pulling, 3 Adelaide Place, London 
Bridge, T. L. Rolph, 117 Cannon St., K. Webb, 4 Park 
Road Terrace Forest Hill, S. K., F Wooilhouse, Lincoln s 
Inn, F. Woolbert, Lincoln s Ini> Fields, P. T. Seatou, 

5 Gray s Inn Square, W. K. Henderson, Lombard Street, 
A G. Reiishaw, Cannon Street, W. B. Dudley, Lincoln s 
Inn Fields, H. Pollock, 47 Gresham House, J. Hand, 
Queen Victoria Street, A. He.iles,- Doctor s Commons, 
W. H. Nichols, A. J. Nash, a 9 New Bridge Street, P. S. 
Taylor, Gray s Inn Square, Wm Sladden, 3 Duke Street, 
Adelphi, Henry Luxton, Ed. H. Adcork, A. Fagg, 15 
John Street, Bedford Row, J. K. Slade. 2 Gresham 
Buildings, Bashinghall Street, John Greenfield, 37 Queen 
Victoria Street, E. F. Cross, London; W. Archibald, H. 
Bonar, A P. Purvis, J. A. Trail, W. Stewart Fraser, W. S., 
James McCaul, Edinburgh, Scot. ; G. T. Haigh, W 
H. Qnilliam, Liverpool, Eng. ; W. E. Richardson. Bir 
mingham, Eng. ; A. G. Armitage, Bristol, Bng. ; Jonas 
ap Jones, Brighton, Erig. ; J. Ahiirhead, A C. Wilson, 
Wm. B. Paterson, Glasgow, Scot. ; N. Goddard, D. Gal- 
braith, Alex. Bell, Dublin, Iceland; F. Hawksford, Jer 
sey, Channel Islands ; Claude Ca-unell, Douglas, Isle of 
Man. 



Division Court Clerks. 
DIVISION COURT INSPECTOR JOSEPH DICKKY, PARLIAMENT 



ALGOMA DISTRICT. 

I Edw. Biggtngs ..Sault Ste. Marie 
IT Thomas C illiiiK ...... Bruce Milieu 

III. Samuel McLan....Uttle Current 

IV Win. S- Francis. ...Manltowranlng 

V! Jas. Fraser ................. Gore Bay 

BftANT. 

I. Joseph Robinson ......... Brantford 

II Edward C. All worth .......... Paris 

III J<.hn P. Galloway ....... St. George 

IV Ileary Cox ................... Burford 

V. E. G. Malcolm ............... Scotland 

VI. John Heudersou ......... Onondaga 

BRCCE. 

I. Wm Collins ............ Walkerron 

II. H. B O Connor ......... Tees water 

Hi! Joseph IUikr ....... Kincardine 

IV. Neil MoKechnio ............ Paisley 

V James vicKinnon ....... Saugeen 

VI. H igh Murray ......... Underwood 

VII. QeorgeStirke .......... Invcrmay 

TI.I. Bryoe B. Mdler ...... ... Wiarton 

IX. James .VIcLnod ............ Kipley 

X. W. iloshier. .Lion s Head P.O. 



DUKFER1N. 

I. Guy Leslie Oransjeville 

II. Alex. MuLachlan Sheltmine 

III. John A Lovo S anton 

IV. Georsfn McManus Mono Mills 

V. A. Kichards"n Luthr 

ELO.N. 

I. Alexander Love Aylmer 

II. Charles A.k*w 8t Thomas 

III. Onnrles Askew St. Thomas 

IV. F. McDiarujid Rodney 

88EX. 

I. J. A. Stewurt Sandwich 

II. J. H. C. L-gHtt...Amherstbnrg 

III Dr K. Allworth Kingsviile 

IV. Charles Bell C .Ichester 

V. George A. Vlorie.... Leainiuirton 

VI. F. P. Boutellier Belle Kivvr 

VII. Joh i McCiae Windsor 

VUL. John vlilne 



I John R. Armstrong ......... Ottawa 

II High Reilly ............. Richmond 

III. John Fon ton ...... South Uuutley 

IV. Wm. P Taylor, Fitzro.y Harbour 
V. Win. V. Keaman.... North (lower 

VI Ira Morgan .................. Motoalfe 

Fred. W. HarmerHintuiiburgh 



I. William Robinson Kingston 

II. P. VlcKim Cataraqui 

Iir. Cnas. Ruttan Longhborough 

IV. Alex. Grant Verona 

V. D. J. Waiker.... Inverary 

QRKV. 

I. John Stephens Owen Sound 

II David JaeKMm Durham 

III. Tbotnas Plnnkett MeafOrd 

IV. Thomas J. Rorhe Heathcote 

V. J. W. Armstrong Kinsherton 

VI. John McDonald Chatsworth 

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BUILDINGS, TORONTO. 

HAL! IMAN1>. 

I. D. McGregor Caledonia 

If. Wm. Mussen Cajuga 

III. Taomas Armour Dunuville 

IV. R. A. Jluvill Uainham 

V. rieth K. Smith Canborough, 

VI. Charles E. Bourne Jarvis 

UALIBUB 1 . ON. 

I. Chas. D. Curry Minden 

II. Chas. A. Wastell ilaliburton 

HALTON. 

I. Wm. Panton Milton 

II. Robert Balmer Oakville 

III. J .hu Holgate Georgetown 

IV. James Mathews Actoa 

V. S R. Lister Nassagaweya 

VI. W. S. Bastedo Burlington 

HASTINGS. 

I. R. Croft Hulme Belleville 

II. D. R Ketche.son Wallbrid^e 

III. Hiram llolden ....Shannonville 

IV. Thomas McCann Tweed 

V. F. B. Parker Stirling 

VI. Geo;g D Kawe Madoc 

VII. A. S. VaJlau Deswonto 

VI 1. Jacob Sills Cannifton 

IX. Jeremiah Simmons Trenton 

X. David Hentley ..Marmora 

XI. Kdwin James ...... ..Bridgewstar 

XII. John Wilson L Anmble 



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HURON. 

I. J. S. McDougall Goderich 

II. Ludwig Mever S-at orth 

III. W. W. Farran Clinton 

IV. Alexander Huuter Bruss^lf 

V. Thomas Trivitt Exetei 

VI. JohnCooke Duniannor 

VII. W W. Couuor Bay field 

Till. James McUuire Winghatr 

IX. Joseph Cowan Il iwicl 

X. Michael Zeller Zuricl 

XI. John l^ewirt Crediton 

KENT. 

I. Wm. B. Wells Chaiham 

II. J. Duck Morpeth 

III. Simeon Wallace Dresden 

IV. G. Young Harwich 

V. D. B McDonald ...Wallaceburgh 

VI. Geor;e Moore Bothwell 

VII. D. R. Farqaharson. Tilbury East 

LAMBTON. 
I. H. M. Poussett ?arnia 

II. J. D Eccles Watf>rd 

III. William Webster Florence 

IV. P. Cattanaeb. jun Sombra 

V. Thomas R. K.Scott Ogemau 

VI. T. Kirkp.itrick Thedforu j 

VII. John "tlcKae Mooretown 

VIII. W G. Fraser Petrolia 

IX. John W. Branan Alvinston 

LAN -RK. 

I. Robert Jamieson Perth 

II. William A. Field Lanark 

III. FiudUtv McEwen, Carletou Place 

IV. Wm. M Keith Smith s Falls j 

V. John Cowan Pakeuhacn j 

VI. J. W. Manning Almonte 

LEEDS AND GftSNVJLLE. 

I. David B. Joi.es Brockville 

II. Bmholomew White.... Prescott 

III. S. McCammou Gaaaiioque 

IV. 0. BHSCOIU Kemptville 

V. K. H. WhitmarMi . .Merrickvilie 

VI. W. H. IMnaut, sen Delta 

VII. Hiram MrCrea Frankville 

VIII. Horace Kilborn Ntwboro 

IX. Kttid B Aliiuire ... rarmersville 

X. Daniel H. Keeler ...Speccerville 

XI. Benj. Ci,lb"rn ...North Augusta 

XII. Alfred A. Muuro...MallorytowD 

LENNOX AND ADDINQTON. 

I. Charles James Napauee 

II. Chailes L. Rogers Bath 

III. Jno. J. Watson. ..Adolphnstown 

IV. Peter Johnston. ...Camden East 
V. Wm. Whnlan Ceutreville 

VI. Henry Pultz Wilton 

VII. Thomas Miller Tamwortb 

LINOOLN. 

I. W. 3. Winterbottom Niagara 

H. W.A.Mittlebersier. St. Catharines 

ni. Thomas Pearson Smithville 

IV. Charles E. lliirains ... Beamsville 

MIDDLESEX. 

I. W. .Tosepl: Mcintosh ...London 
n. W. Dickson Park II 1! 

III. John Flanagan .... McHillivr.iy 

IV. C. J. Fov Delaware 

V. G-o. Wilson Glencoe 

VI. Jo m English Strathroy 

VII. N. Bunlick. Dorchester Station 

VIIT. B. E. Siftoa Arva 

IX. E. S. Jarvis London East 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT. 

I. T. M. Bowerman ...Bracebridge 

II. J. II. Jackson ....Severn hridne 

III. Bernard Phillips Huntsville 

IV. R. G. Pensoa PortCailing 

NIPIS8INO DISTRICT. 

LA II. John McVIoek n b - Mattawa 

NORFOLK. 

I. W. R. Griffin Simooe 

II. Edward Matthews ....Waterford 

III. tiobt. Greene.. Windham Centre 

IV. C. S. Harris Courtland | 

V. M. J. McCall Vittoria i 

VI. S. P. Mabee Port Bowan j 



VII. D. C. Brady Hoiighton 

VIII. Lawrence Skey Port Dover 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 

I. t red Cubict Bowuiauville 

II. Samuel Wiluiot Newcastle 

III. George M. Kurby Port ll"pe 

IV. John Huuter Millbrook 

V. A G. Boswell Cobourg 

VI. Ht nry Lawless Grafton 

VII. VVm Johnstoue Col borne 

/III. >1. P. K-tcbum Brighton 

IX. R. I . Hurlbut Warkivorth 

X. T. R. Garratt VVooler 

XI. Danii-1 Kennedy. ..Campbelltord 

ONTARIO. 

^. L>. C. Macdouell Whitby 

[I. M. Gleesou Greenwood 

III. John Biiriiliiun Port Perry 

IV. Zachari>ih Uernphill ....Uxbridge 
V. Charles Bnriilmm Canniugton 

VI. George F. Bruce Bnavertou 

VII. F. J. Gillespio Uptergrove 

OXFORD. 

I. F. W. Macqueeu Woodstock 

II. M. F. Aii.slie Blenheim 

III. Donald Matheson Emliro 

IV. Jame.s Bair .. Norwu-hvilit- 

V. Jarnns Stevens [ngersoll 

VI. John Hodgson Tilsonburg 

PARKY SoUN 1 IS RICT. 
I. R. II Stewart Party Sound 

II. Henry Armstrong McKellar 

III. E aweet Ai-hdown 

IV. J. MuKfiizie Beig-^boro 

V. S. G. Uest Magneiawan 

VI. Milton Carr Comuiiinda 

PEEL. 

I. J. W Main Brampton 

II. Lewis Shain Streeisvilie 

III. John Harris Cxlfdon 

IV. Joseph F. Warhrick Bultob 

PERTH. 

I. David B. Bnfcritt Stratford 

II. Thomas Matheson Mitchell 

III. E. Lon^c . St. MaryV 

IV. George Brown Shakespeart 

V. Thonns Trov Milverion 

VI. D. D. Hay Listowel 

PETERBOROUGH. 

I. R. W. Errett Peterboro 

II. John A. Butterfield ... Norwood 

Il. Thomas Campbell Keene 

IV. 8 aheriii Laketiel. 

V. C. R. D. Booth Apsle> 

PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

I. Robert Hall L Orignal 

II. John Shields Vankleek Hill 

III. Win. Allison, East Hawkesbury 

IV. J*s. Van Bridger ...i lantageuei 
V. J. S. Cameron Cumberland 

VI. A. Ciir.sou Russell 

VII. R Lawlor Hawkesbnry 

VIII. John Downing Calwionin 

IX. Frederi-k Lungrell Allred 

X. A. II. Edwards dockland 

XI, J. S. Oastleuian Casselmac 

PRINCE EDWARD. 

I. Wm. Young Pictou 

II. Henry Hii^ht Milford 

III. Israel Hamilton. ..DemoreMtville 

IV. Edward Roblln...Am*liaiihurgh 

V. T. D. Garratt W-liin. t,.n 

VI. Abraham Snylor Bloomfl K ld 

VII. Joshua M. Cad-ntn Consecon 

VIII. Edward Harri-on Waupoos 

RENFREW. 

I. W. 0. Irving "embroke 

II. Thomas Thwaites... Btachbnrgh 

III. George Endy, jun Renfrew 

IV. G. E Neilson Arnpri<T 

V. John Bernard Renfrew 

VI. .lames Reeves EgnnvillB 

VII. Thos. Foran Cobdei, 

VIII. John. C. Gurney... Rockinguam 



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SIMCOE. 

L .A.J. Lloya Barrie 

II. H. W. Manning Bradford 

111. Win. H. Dickson Beeton 

IV. A. Dudgeon Collingwood 

V. Abraham Craig Craighurst 

VI. J. P. Henderson Orillia 

VII. .Ins A. Mather New Lowell 

VIII. J. G. Hood Allison 

IX. D. R McKay. Penetanguisheue 
X. John C. iStt-ele Steele 

tfTOKJIONT. DUNDA8 AND ULENGARRY. 

i. G H.McGiliivray, VVilliamstown 
11. C. D. Chi.-holui". Alexandria 

III. C. J. Matiice Cornwall 

IV. A. Arcliioald. .. Dickinson s Lan g 
V. John W. Loucks Morrisburg 

VI. John M. Tuttle Li-oquoia 

VII. Win. J. iUdley. South Mountain 
VIII. John A.Cockburn Crysler 

IX. Priter Stuart River Kaisin 

X. Win. Hae Chestbiville 

XI. D. Mcli.iosb Monklands 

XII. James R. McKenzie Skye 

THUNDER BA? DISTRICT. 

I. W. H. Laird Pr. Arthurs Ldg 

II. .lohu Aikin* Kui.ll.~h Kiver 

III. Frank J. Apjohn Rat Portage 

IV. F. Fowler Fort Francis 

VICTORIA. 

I. George W. Miller Woodville 

II. G. Cunningham.... Fenelon Falls 

III. Irvine .lunkiu Bobcaygeon 

IV. Wui. lliginbothani Omeniee 

V. 0. J. McKibbou Lindsay 

VI. J. K. Cunnings Oak wood 

VII. F. G. Miller Victoria Road 

WATERLOO. 

I. A. J. Peterson Berlin 

II. Otto Klutz Preston 

HI. Peter Reefer Gait 

IV. Wm. D. Watson Ayr 

V. John Allchiu ....New Hamburgh 

VI. R. Morrison Hawkesville 

VII. John L. Wideinaii St. Jacobs 

WE1.LAND. 

I. .Tame BriJgeh Weliand 

II. Edward L-e... ...Marshville 

III. Thos. Newbigging Fort Erie 

IV. J A Orchard ... Drunimoudvilie 
V. George Reefer Thoiold 

VI. A. K. 3cholneld....Port Colborne 

WELUXOTON. 

I. A. A. Bilker Guelph 

II. Win. Leslie Puslinch 

III. D. L. Sliultz Rockwood 

IV. Thos. W. Thomson Fergus 

V. Win. Tyler Erin 

VI. W. P. McMicking Elora 

VII. George Allan Glenallan. 

VIII. J..hu P. .Jordan Arthur 

IX. Guy Leslie Oraugeville 

X. A. C. R. Saiimlerft Harriston 

XI. James C. Wilkes... Mount Forest 
Xll. S. VV. Fawcrtt Draytou 

WENTWORTH. 

I. II. T. Buuoury Hamilton 

II. F. 0. Suter Duudaa 

III. J. McMouies, jun... Waterdown 

IV. W. McDonald Rockton 

V. A. G. Joue- Stoney Creek 

VI. L. A. Gurnet t AnciMter 

VII. John McClemout Glanford 

VIII. J 8. T.tvl.r Binbrook 

IX. R. L. Gunn Hamilton 

YORK. 

I. A. MeLan Howard ... Toronto 

II. John Stephensoti UnionvHl* 

III. J. M. Lawrence... Richmond H U 

IV. David Llovd Newmarket 

V. Wm. Fry . Sutton 

VI. A Armstrong. jun...Lloydtown 

VII. John Nattress WooHhridge 

VIII. John I aul Weston 

IX. J. H . Kumardson.Highland Creek 
X. E. II. Duggan Toronto 



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Agricultural College. Guelph ... 140 

Agriculture, Dapaitment of 

Albeit University, Belleville... 1 

Albert College 139 

AuiiiTersarie.-i 

Appeal, Court of 1 

Assumption College 138 

Auditor-General s Office 46 

Balance Sheet, Dominion 23 

Banks ami Branches 33 

Banks. Foreign Agents of 40 

Baptist College, Toronto 13 

Benchers, Law Society, Ont 143 

Bishop s College, Leunoxville... 139 

Board of County Judges 145 

Book Post 60 

British Columbia, Province of... 50 

Calendar 

Calendar, Explauat n of Articles 

Canal Statistics 37 

Canadian Institute 142 

Chambers, High Court 144 

Chancery Circuits 145 

Chancery Division, High Court. 144 

Chancery Sittings 145 

Chronological Cycles 

Circuits of the Courts 145 

Cities, Towns and Villages 126 

Clergy of Canada 101 

Collectors of Customs 43 

Collegiate Institutes, Ontario... 140 
Collegiate Institute, Toronto ... 138 
College of Physicians and Sur- 

geoLs, Quebec 142 

Commerce, Dominion of Canada 30 
Commissioners tor taking Affidv. 146 
Common Pleas Division, High 

Court 144 

Commons, House of 42 

Comparative Distances w aC. P. R 127 
Congregational College, B. N. A. 138 

Consuls, Foreign, in Canada 100 

Controverted Elections Court... 144 

Copyrights i a Canada 100 

Council of the, College of Physi 
cians and Surgeons, Out 142 

County Courts 144 

County Court Terms 145 

County and Judicial Officers ... 122 

County Registrars, Ontario 121 

County Registration Divisions... 1 

C urts ot General Sessions 144 

Courts, Officers of 145 

Courts of Revision 144 

County Judges Criminal Court 144 
Crown Land Agents, Ontario. ... 47 
Crown Lands Department, Que. 48 

Crown Law Officers 1-45 

Customs Department ;.. 43 

Customs, Tariff of. 52 

Debenture Debt of Canada 28 

Distances via G. P. R 127 

Division Courts 145 

Division Court C .eiks 146 

Dominion of Canada 41 

Eclipses 7 

Educational 136 

Educational Institutions, Total 

Number... . 140 

Educational Museum 140 

Emigration 36 

Epochs 6 

Exchequer, Court of 143 

Executive Council, B. Columbia 50 
Executive Council, Manitoba.... 51 
Executive Council,N. Brunswick 49 
Extcutive Council, Nova Scotia 50 
Executive Council, Ontario 46 



INDEX. 

Executive Council, P. E Island. 51 

Executive Council, Quebec 47 

Exports, Dominion 31 

Exports and Imports. Dominion 31 

Experts and Imports, Provinces 33 

Excise 34 

Festivals, Fixed and Movable ... 6 

Finance Department 44 

Fisheries, Statistics 35 

Foreign IJonsiiltt in Canada 100 

Foreign Money Orders 99 

Freemasons. Grand Lodge of 128 

Governor General aud Staff 41 

Grand Lodge, Freemasons 128 

Head Masti-rs Co. High Schools 141 

Heir and Devisee Court 144 

High Court of Justice, Ont 143 

High School Inspector 141 

Holidays*. Runntrk e Events, &c. 3 

House of Commons 42 

House of Assembly, Manitoba... f>l 

House of Assembly, N B 49 

House of Assembly, NS 50 

House of Assembly. Ontario 46 

House of Assembly, P.E. Island 51 

Immigrants arrived at Quebec... 36 

Imports, Provinces 32 

Indep. Order of Odd .Fellows... 135 

Indian Affairs, Department of... 45 

Inland Revenue Department ... 44 

insolvent Debtor s Court 344 

Inspectois, School 141 

Interior, Department of 45 

Judiciary 14S 

Justice, Department of 43 

Kuox College 138 

Laval University 139 

Law Circuits 145 

Law Reporters 144 

Law Society of Ontario 143 

Law Terms 145 

Legal and Judi iary 143 

Legislative Assembly. B C 50 

Legislative Assembly. Quebec... 48 

Legislative Council, NB 49 

Legislative Council, N.S 50 

Legislative Council, P.E. Island 51 

Legislative Council. Quebec 47 

Letter Rates 60 

Long Vacation 145 

Magnectic Observatory, Toronto 8 

Manitoba. Province of. 51 

Marine & Fisheries Department 45 

Maritime Court, Ontario 144 

Masoni-; lodges 129 

Master s Office. High Court 144 

Medical Institutions & Schools . 142 

Medical Kxan iners 141 

Medical Representatives 141 

Meteorological Averages 8 

Meteorological Register, I8S2 ... 21 
Militia & Defence Department. 45 

Money Orders 61 

Money Orders, Foreign 99 

Monthly Register 21 

Moon s Phases 9 

Municipal Information 123 

McGill College University 137 

New Brunswick. Province of.... 49 
Newspapers. Rates of Postage... 60 

Normal and Model Schools 140 

Nova Scotia, Province of 60 



Odd Fellows, Independent Or 
der of ................................. 136 

Officers Legis. Assem., Ontario. 47 
Officers L,iis. Assem., Quebec... 48 
Officers Legis. As>embly, N.B.... 49 

Ontario, Province of ................ 46 

Parcel Post ............................ 60 

Pha.i macy, Ontario College of... 142 
Pioneers Association ............... 142 

Planets .................................. 9 

Police Magistrates, Ontario ...... 121 

Postal Information .................. 60 

Post Office Department ............ 44 

Post Offices, Listof .................. 63 

Presbyterian College, Montreal. 139 
Privy Council ......................... 41 

Prince Kd. Island, Province of... 51 
Protestant Kpis. Divinity School 138 
Provincial Arbitrators. Ontario. 121 
Public Accounts. Dominion of 
Canada ......... . .................... 26 

Public Accounts, N. Brunswick 30 
Public Accounts, Nova Scotia... 29 
! J Tiblic Accounts, Ontario ......... 28 

Public Accounts, Quebec ......... 29 

Public School Inspectors ......... 141 

Public Schools, Ontario ............ 140 

Public Works, Department of... 44 

Quebec, Province of ................ 47 

Queen and Royal Family ......... 41 

Queen s University, Kingston... 137 

Railways and Canals, Dept. of... 44 

Railway Statistics .................. 36 

Registration Difisions, Ontario. 121 

Registration of Letters ............ 60 

Registrars. County .................. 121 

Royal Arch Masous .................. 13S 

Royal Family ........................ 41 

Savings Bank, Post Office, State 
meet of .............................. 62 

School of Practical Science, 
Toronto .............................. 140 

Senate of Canada .................... 41 

Separate School Inspector ....... 141 

Sittings of the Courts ............... 145 

Spirits Distilled in Canada ...... 34 

Star Table .............................. 7 

State, Department of ............ ... 45 

Stipendiary Magistratos.Ontario 121 
.Supreme Court of the Dominion 143 
Supreme Court of Judicature, 
Ont .................................... 143 

Surrogate Courts ..................... 144, 

Tariff of Customs ................... 52 

Tobacco manufact d in Canada. 34 
Toronto School Of Medicine ...... 142 

Towns, and Officials of. ............ 126 

Township Municipalities ......... 123 

Trinity Medical School ............ 142 

Trinity College School ............ 138 

University of Trinity College... 1ST 
University of Toronto ............. 138 

University College .................. 137 

Upper Canada College ............... 138 

Venus and Mars. Disc of ......... 7 

Victoria College University ...... 137 

Villages, and Officials of .......... 126 

Visitors, Law Society, Ont ....... 143 

Wesleyan College, Montreal .... 140 
Woodstock College .................. 140 



Year, The 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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JOHN MACDONALD & CO. 

WHOLESALE IMPORTERS OF 



DRY GOODS 



Carpets, Woollens & Fancy Goods. 



We beg to announce to the trade, that having every facility 
afforded us for purchasing which cash payments can command, 
we are in a position to offer in every department goods at prices 
that will prove profitable to close buyers. 

Our permanent representatives, who are always on the alert to 
supplement our stock for the assorting trade, together with our 
staff of departmental buyers, who visit the British and Foreign 
Markets semi-annnally, enables us to offer a very varied and 
complete stock, not only during the regular but also during the 
assorting season, giving purchasers the advantages of filling in 
their stocks with the most seasonable goods as required. 

Believing that our t le interests are identical with those of our 
customers, we care! illy and continuously study the various 
changes of fashion, so that our clients may be in a position to 
place before their customers the latest choice novelties as they 

appear. 



ORDERS BY MAIL, WIRE, OR THROUGH OUR TRAVEL 
LERS, WILL RECEIVE MOST CAREFUL 
AND PROMPT ATTENTION. 

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JOHN MCDONALD & CO. 



STAPLES 

MANCHESTER GOODS. 
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS, 
LINENS AND JUTE GOODS. 

DRESS GOODS. 

HOSIERY AND GLOVES. 
RIBBONS AND CORSETS. 
GENT S FURNISHINGS. 

MANTLES AND SHAWLS. 

LACES, MUSLINS, EMBROIDERIES. 

SILKS, SATINS, CRAPES. 

BRITISH AND GERMAN KNITTED GOODS. 

WOOLLENS. 

CANADIAN TWEEDS. 
IMPORTED WOOLLENS. 
RUBBER GOODS. 

HABERDASHERY. 

WOOLS AND WOOL WORK. 

BRITISH AND FOREIGN FANCY GOODS. 

JAPANESE AND PAPIER MACHIE GOODS. 

CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS. 

BRUSSELS AND TAPESTRIES. 
SUPERS AND THREE-PLY CARPETS. 
DUTCH AND HEMP CARPETS. 

UPHOLSTERERS GOODS. 

RAW SILK AND JUTE COVERINGS. 
DAMASKS, REPS, TERRIES, PLUSHES. 
PIANO AND FURNITURE FELTS, &c. 



JOHN MACDONALD & CO, 

21, 23, 25, 27, WELLINGTON STREET, EAST. ) ^^ -^ ^ KT rp ~ 
28, 30, 32, 34 FRONT STREET EAST, { - LJ - 

31 MAJOR STREET, MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. 

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GORDON, MACKAY & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



Corner of Bay and Front Streets, TORONTO 



M. STAUNTON & CO. 



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TORONTO, ONT. 



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HEINTZMAN&CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




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WOLTZ BRO S <fe CO. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 




GOLD CHAINS, FINE WHITE DIAMONDS, 

SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED WARE. 



COLD STEM-WINDING WATCHES, 

L Such as Chronographs, single or independent; Split Seconds, to fly 
back to figure 12 ; Minute Repeaters, Chronographs, 
with Repeating Attachments. 

These Watches are eminently suitable for Itailway and Professional itlen holding 

highly responsible positions. 



WOLTZ BROS. & CO, 

No. 29 KING ST. EAST, TORONTO, Ont. 





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154 ADVERTISEMENTS. [1884. 

CANADA PERMANENT 

LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED A.D. 1855. 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $3,000,000. 

Paid-up Capital, $2,200,000. Reserve Fund, $1,000,000. Total Assets, $7,500,000 



OFFICE ; COMPANY S BUILDINGS, TORONTO ST. TORONTO. 

DIRECTORS. 

JOSEPH D. RIDOUT, President. EDWARD HOOPER, Vice-President. 
S. NORDHEIMER, JOS. ROBINSON, A. M. SMITH, B. H. DIXON, F. A. BALL. WM. GOODERHAM. 

Solicitors JONES BROS, & MACKENZIE. 

Bankers in CanadaThe Bank of Toronto, The Merchants Bank, The Bank of Commerce, The Federal Bank. 

The Standard Bank. 

Bankers in Great Britain The City Bank, Limited, London. The British Linen Co. Bank, Edinburgh and 

Aberdeen, The Devon and Cornwall Bank, Plymouth. 



DEPOSITS RECEIVED at Current Bates of Interest, paid or compounded half- 
yearly. 

DSB3NTUBES ISSUED in Currency or Sterling, with Interest Coupons attached, 
payable in Canada or in England. Executors and Trustees are authorized by law to 
invest in the Debentures of this Company. 

MONEY ADVANCED on the security of Real Estate on most favorable terms. 

MORTGAGES AND MUNICIPAL DEBENTURES PURCHASED. 



J. HERBERT MASON, Manager. 



FREEHOLD LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANY, 



I JCT 1859. 

CAPITAL, $1, 200,000, IN SHARES OF $100 EACH, 

RESERVE FUND, $261,500 

President HON. W. McM ASTER. Manager HON. S. C. WOOD. 

Inspector ROBERT ARMSTRONG. 

OFFICE Corner of Church and Court Streets, Toronto. 

N.B. Cash advanced on Freehold Property, on long credit and easy terms of payment. 

Deposits received on Interest. 



THE HOME SAVINGS & LOAN COMPANY. 

(LIMITED) 



OFFICE : No. 72 CHURCH ST., TORONTO. 

DIRECTORS : 

HON. FRANK SMITH. - - President. EUGENE O KEEFE, - - Vice- President. 

PATRICK HUGHES, WM. T. KIELY, JOHN FOY. 



JAMES J. FOY, Solicitor. 
Deposits received from Twenty Cents upwards, and interest at current rates allowed thereon. 

JTloncy to Lioaii for long or short periods on security of Mortgage on Heal Estate at lowest rates of 
interest, and on easy lerins of repayment ; also on eullatc-r:;l security of Bank and other Stocks, and Govern 
ment and Municipal Debentures. Mortgages and Debentures purchased. 

JAMKS MASON, Manager. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



155 



THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 



OZFIFIOIE, 

Capital paid up, $6,000,000. Rest, $1,900,000. 

DIRECTORS. 

HON. WILLIAM McM ASTER, President. WM. ELLIOT, ESQ., Vice-President. 

T. SUTHERLAND STAYNER, ESQ. GEORGE TAYLOR, ESQ. 

JOHN WALDIE. HON. S. C. WOOD. 

JAS. CR/.THERN, ESQ. 
W. N. ANDERSON, GENERAL MANAGER. ROBERT GILL, INSPECTOR. 

JOHN C. KEMP, ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER. 
New York J. H. Goadby and B. E. Walker, Agents. Chicago A.. L. Dewar, Agent. 



Ayr, 

Barrie, 

Belleville, 

Berlin, 

Brantford, 

Chatham, 

Collingwood, 



BRANCHES. 


Dundns, 


Lucan, 


Peterboro . 


Dunville, 


Montreal, 


St. Catharines, 


Gait, 


Norwich, 


Sarnia, 


Ooderieh, 


Orange vilie, 


Seafoith, 


Guelpli. 


Ottawa, 


Simeoe, 


Hamilton, 


Paris, 


Str.itford, 


London, 


Pai-khill, 


Strathroy, 



Thorold, 
Toronto, 
Walkerton, 

Windsor, 
Woodstock. 






Commercial Credits issued for use in Europe, the East and West Indies, China, Japan, and South America. 
Sterling and American Exchange bought and sold. Collections made on the most favourable terms. 
Interest allowed on Deposits. 

BANKERS. 

New York The American Exchange National Bank. London, England The Bank of Scotland. 



MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA 

CAPITAL , $ 5.700,000 

RESERVE FUND 1,150,000 



OFFICE, 

b of Birrdor0. 



ANDREW ALLAN, President. 

HECTOR MACKENZIE, ESQ. 
WILLIAM DARLING, ESQ, 



ROBT. ANDERSON, ESQ., Vice-Presdent. 



JONATHAN HODGSON, ESQ. 
ADOLPHE MAS-ON, ESQ. 
J. DUNCAN, ESQ. 



JOHN CASSIIS, ESQ. 
HON. J. J. C. ABBOTT. 



GEORGE HAGUE, General Manar/er. J. H. PLUMMER, Superintendent of Branch, *. 



MONTREAL. 



Belleville. 

Berlin 

Brampton 

Chatham 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Hamilton 



Ingersoll 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

London 

Napanee 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 



Regina, N.W.T, 



Perth 

Prescott 

Quebec 

Renfrew 

Sherbrooke, Que 

Stratford 

St. John s, Qcie, 



NEW YORK. 

St. Thomas 
Toronto 
Walkerton 
Windsor 
Winnipeg, Man. 
Emerson 
Brandon " 



Bankers in Great Ilritain The Clydesdale Bank, Limited, 3-; Lombard Srrcet, London, Glasgow and elsewhere 

Agency in New Vork, 01 Wall Sheet, Messrs. Henry Hague and John B. Harris, jun., Agents. 

Bankers in AVi" York The Bank of New York, N.B.A. 

Money Received on Deposit and Current Rates of Interest allowed. 

A general Banking business traMsacKd. 

drafts issued, available at all points in Canada. Sterling Kxc liaiige and drafts on New York bought and sold. 

Letters of Credit issued, available in China, Japan, and other foreign countries. 

Collections made on favourable terms. 

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156 



ADVERTISEMENTS. [1884. 



ONTARIO BANK. 

CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED, $1500,000. PAID UP, $1,500,000. 

RESERVE FUND, $335,000. 



:H::EIA.:D 



DIRECTORS 

SIR W. P. ROWLAND, President. DONALD MACKAY, Vice- President. 

G. R. R. COCKBL-RN, Esq. G. M. ROSE, Esq. P. K. BURGESS, Esq. 

A. M. SMITH, Esq. Han C. F. FRASER. 

C. HOLLAND, General Manager. 



AGENTS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO. 



BRANCHES. 

Guelph, Lindsay, Montreal, Peterhoro , Ottawa, Port Perry, Bowman ville, Whithy, Mount Forest, Toronto, 
Prince Arthur s Landing, Winnipeg, Portage La Prairie. Cornwall, Emerson. 

FOREIGN AGENTS. 

London, England, Alliance Bank ; New York, The Bank of the State of New York ; Boston, Tremont 

National Bank. 



THE FEDERAL BANK OF CANADA. 

CAPITAL PAID UP, $2,950,210. REST, $1,500,000. 

DIRECTORS, 

S. NORDHEIMER, Esq., President. J. S. PLAYFAIR, Esq., Vice-President. 

Win. Galbraith, Esq. Benjamin Cronyu, Esq. George W. Torranes, Esq. 



Edward Gurney, juu., Esq. 



John Kerr, Esq. 



J. 0. BUCHANAN, Manager, Toronto. H. S. STRATHY, General Manager. 

BRANCHES Montreal, Aurora, Chatham, Guelph, Hamilton. Kingston, London, Newmarket, Petrolia, 

Simcoe, St. Mary s, Strathroy, Tilsonburg, Yorkville, Winnipeg. 
BANKERS IN GREAT BRITAIN The National Bank of Scotland, London. 
SEW YORK The American Exchange National Bank. 
BOSTON Marerick National Bank. 

Collections made in all parts of Canada and the United States. Drafts on New York bought and aold. 
Interest allowed on Deposits according to agreement. 



STANDARD BANK OF CANADA. 

CAPITAL AUTHORIZED, $1,000,OOO. 

CAPITAL PAID-UP, 787,755. 

REST, 140,000. 

lEEIE.A.IDOIF IF TOIE, TOZROUSTTO. 

HON. W. F. COWAN, Senator, President. JOHN BURNS, Vice-President. 



A. T. TODD, 
F. WYLD, 



W. F. ALLEN, 
DR. MORTON, 



R. C. JAMIESON, 

J. L. BUODIE, CASHIER. 



AGENCIES Bradford, Bright >u, C impbcllford, Canniugton, Colborne, Harriston, Mcirkham,Newcastle,Picton. 
Montreal BANK OF MONTREAL. New York Messrs. WATSON & LANG, B. OF M. 

London, England ROYAL BANK OK SCOTLAND. 
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1884.] ADVERTISEMENTS. 157 

The Bank of Toronto, 

CAN-AJD^Y. 
CAPITAL, $2,000,000. REST, $1.060,000, 

DIRECTORS. 

GEORGE GOODERHAM, Preiident. WILLIAM HENRY BEATTY, Vice- President, 

ALEXANDER T. FULTON. HENRY CAWTHRA. HEXRY COVERT. 

W. R. WADSWORTH. WILLIAM GEORGE GOODERHAM. 

HEAD OFFICE, - - - TORONTO. 

DUNCAN COULSON, Cashier. HUGH LEACH, Assistant Cashier. 

}. T. M. BURNSIDE, Inspector. 

BRANCHES 



MONTREAL J. MURRAY SMITH, Manager. 
PETERBORO J. H. ROPER, 
COBOURG Jos. HENDERSON, 



BARRIE J. A. STRATHY, - Manager. 
ST. CATHARINES G. W. HODOETTS, 

COLI.IXGWOOD W. A. COPELAND. 



PORT HOPE W. R. WADSWORTH, Manager. 

BANKERS. 

LONDON, (Eng.) The City Bank, Limited. NEW YORK National Bank of Commerce. 



MOSS, FALCONBRIDGE & BARWICK, MOSS, HOYLES & AYLESWORTH, 



., &C. 
XORTI1 SCOTLAND CHAMBERS IS nnd 2O King Street West, TORONTO 



CHAS. Moss, Q.C. \V. G. FALCONBRIDFE. N. W. HOYL>X, 

WALTER BARWICK. A. B. AYLESWORTH. W. J. FRANKS. 



WESTERN CANADA LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY. 

OFFICES No. 70 CHURCH STREET, TORONTO. 

CAPITAL, 81,200,000. TOTAL ASSETS, $4,200,000. RESERVE FUND, $600,000. 

President Roy. G. W. ALLAN, Senator. Vice-President GEORGE GOODERHAM. 

Directors SAMUEL PLATT. T. H. LEE. GEORGE W. LEWIS. HON. D. L. MACPHERSON, Speaker of the Senate 

ALFRED GOODERHAM. 
SAVINGS BANK BRANCH. 

Money received on Deposit, ami interest allowed, compounded half-yearly. 
DEBENTURES issued, Sterling or Currency, for amounts to suit Investors. Interest Coupons attached. 



TO 

STRAIGHT oans at Lowest Current Hates. No fines. JVo Commissions. 
information apply at the Offices of the Company. 

WALTER S, LEE, Manager. 



THE FARMERS LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY 

OFFICE-NO. 17 TORONTO STREET, TORONTO. 

CAPITAL SUBSCRIBED, $1,O57,25O. CAPITAL, PAID-UP, $611,430 27 

ASSETS, $1,125,OOO. 

President WM. MULOCK, ESQ., M. P. Vice- ( resident .JAMES SCOTT, ESQ. 

Solicitor J AMES TILT, ESQ. 
Bankers The Dominion Bank. The National Bank of Scotland. 

MONEY ADVANCED on improved Real Estate at lowest current rates. Straight Loans. No Fines. 

No Commissions, 

DEPOSITS of $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed thereon payable, or compounded, half-yearly. 
STERLING AND CURRENCY DEBENTURES ISSUED. By Vic. 42, Cap 21, Statutes of Ontario, Executors and Admin 
istrators are authorized to invest Trust Funds in the Debentures of this Company. 

Full information can be obtained by applying to 

GEO. S. C. BETHUNE, Secretary and Treasurer. 
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158 ADVERTISEMENTS. [1884. 

THE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OIF TOIROItTTO. 
OFFICES, 13 TORONTO STREET. 

CAPITAL, $ 750, 000, IN SHARES OF $25 EACH. 

DIRECTORS. 

LARRATT W. SMITH, D.C.L., President. JOHN KERR, Vice- President. 

HON. ALEX. MACKENZIE, M.P., GEO. R. R. COCKBURN, WM. MORTIMER CLARK, 

JAMES FLEMING, JOSEPH JACKES. 



MONEY ADVANCED AT LOWKST RATES, on the security of Farm and City Property on 
terms to suit Borrowers. Deposits received and highest current rates of interest allowed. 

WALTER GILLESPIE, Manager. 



BRITISH AMERICA ASSURAfliE GO. 



IFIIRIE -A-IsTID 

(Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1833;. 

CASH CAPITAL, $500,000. ASSETS, $1,358,097 22. 



HEAD OFFICE CORNER FRONT & SCOTT STS , TORONTO. 



Governor JOHN MORISON. Deputy- Governor H. R. FORBES. 

Secretary S. P. WOOD. Inspector ROBERT MCLEAN. 

Forms of application, with requisite information, may be obtained at the Head Office or of any of the Agents. 









LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 



[ESTABLISHED 1825.] 



HEAD OFFICE IN CANADA MONTREAL. 



RESULTS COMMUNICATED IN THE REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1882. 

Amount of Assurances accepted during 1882 $ 7,250, OOO 

Total sum assured at 15th Nov., 1882 1OO,OOO,OOO 

ACCUMULATED FUNDS INVESTED IN MORTGAGES IN ENGLAND, UNITED 

STATES AND CANADA. 

Government Securities, Lands, &c., nearly $3O,OOO,OOO 

Revenue, over 4,OOO,OOO 

Claims paid in Canada, over 1,5OO,OOO 

Deposited in Ottawa for benefit of Canadian Policy-holders 171, OCX) 

Other Canadian Investments 2,OOO,OOO 

Prospectuses, Annual Reports, Tables of Rates, &c., can be obtained on application at the Head Office, 
Montreal, or at any of the Agencies throughout Canada, where every information on the subject of Life Assur 
ance will be given. 

W. M. RAMSAY, Manager, MONTREAL. 
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



159 



HART * COMPANY, 

k /* -* ^ >* ^JS 1 " ^ ^ J J " J (T" 

nbhmwz, j^aak%nler% m\tl ^ 

MUNICIPAL PUBLISHERS, 

31 & 33 KING STREET WEST, TORONTO. 



PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS OF 

Municipal, Conveyancing, Division Court, 

County Court, Judicature, Maritime Court, 

Surrogate Court, Magistrates, Coroners 

Customs, Election Forms. 

AND ALL KINDS OF PRINTED BLANKS. 

. . ~_ 

HART & COMPANY have recently purchased from N. Ure & Co. the good-will and 
their entire stock of Blank Forms and Blank Books. This important addition to their 
already well assorted department, enables them to offer by far the greatest variety of 
Blank Forms in Canada. 

SS~ Illustrated List Mailed on Application. 

HART & COMPANY, Stationers and Publishers. 

31 & 33 King Street West, TORONTO. 



THE GLOBE LETTER^FILING CABINETS 

The Most Perfect System known for the rapid and orderly filing 
of all papers, Written or Printed. 




System. 



.Hapidity. 



Regularity. 



12-FILE CABINET Capacity, 9.6OO Papers. 
Cabinets.mnde from 4 to 75 Files. Mend for illustrati d l<it and description. 

HART & COMPANY, Manufacturers, 

31 & 33 King Street West, 10BONTO 



160 ADVERTISEMENTS [1884. 



44 AND 46 WELLINGTON STREET EAST, TORONTO, 
Keeps in Stock, Sarven and other Wheels, 






KIMS, SPOKES, HUBS, SHAFTS, SPRINGS, AXLES, 

Enamelled Top and Dash Leather, Ruber Cloth, Moquette. 

Enamelled and Oil Cloth, Curled Hair, Moss and Fibre. 
CARRIAGE LAMPS, TRIMMINGS AND FURNISHINGS. 



ESTABLISHED 1833. 

ROWSELL & HUTCHISON, 

PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 

IMPORTERS OF BOOKS & STATIONERY. 



All kinds of Municipal Blanks and Stationery supplied at Lowest Rates. 

No. 76 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 



BROWJST BROTHERS, 

MANTFACTURERS OF 



\ttonnt jjaotis, jjocltet jjaoftz, 

ID I ^ IE3 I IE S , Szo. 




WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

PAPER, STATIONERY, PRINTERS AND BOOKBINDERS STOCK, &o. 

Bookbinding in all its Branches -Facilities unsurpassed. 
STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FULLY ASSORTED PKICES LOW. 

Nos, 66 & 63 KING STREET EAST, TORONTO 



BUNTIN, REID & GO. 



AND 



nnd jjlnnh jjook 



TWINES AJV D WRAPPING PAPERS. 



Nos. 61 & 63 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 

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1884.] 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



161 



THOS. LAILEY & CO. 





DEALEHS IN AMERICAN RUBBER CLOTHING. 



nsro. 



ipiisoasrr so?. 



NAPANEE PAPER COMPANY 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

WHITE, COLOURED AND TONED 

BOOK, NEWS AND JOB PAPERS, 

W. F. HALL, SECRETARY, NAPANEE, ONT. 

WESTERN AGE A CY-Jfo. 112 BAY STREET, TORONTO. 

GEO. E. CHALLIS, Agent. 
SAMPLES AND PRICES FORWARDED ON APPLICATION. 



THE SCOTTISH ONTARIO AND MANITOBA LAND COMPANY 



REGISTERED OFFICE, GLASGOW, SCOTLAND. 

Office of the Commissioners in Canada, York Chambers, 9 Toronto St., Toronto 
CAPITAL, - 500,000. 

CHAIRMAN Hon. Alex. Morris, Q.C., M.P.P 

DIRECTORS IN CANADA Hon. John McMurrich, James Maclennan, Q.G., J. G. Scott, Q.C., Deputy Attorney 
General, H. S. Stratliy, Cashier, Federal Bank of Canada. 
COMMISSIONERS W. B. Scarth, J. L. Scarth. 

WINNIPEG AGENT Alex. Bain 

W-B- The Company buy and sell City, Town and Farm Lands in Ontario and Manitoba; and also promote 
Emigration. Lots in Toronto and Winnipeg for sale, as well as Farm Lands in Manitoba and the North- West 
Territories. 




T. OL.A.XTOW, 



IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC. 



Claxton s Large Catalogue of Sheet Sf Book Music 
sent Free to any address. 

CLAXTON S Complete Catalogue of Musical Instruments will be ready on or before 
Feb. 1st, 1884, which will be sent Free to any one sending their address. 




T. 



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197 Yonge St., TORONTO. 



162 ADVERTISEMENTS. [1884. 



/ETNA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

OF HARTFORD, CONN. 

ONTARIO BOARI> OF REFERENCE. 

HUGHES BROTHERS, Wholesale Dry Goods Merchants, CO to 63 Yonge Street, and 13 Jordan Street, 

TORONTO. 
KOBEET SIMPSON, Esq., Wholesale Dry Goods Merchant, of Simpson, Robertson & Simpson, 86 to 

38 Colbotiie Street, and 176 Yonge Street, TOBONTO. 
A. S. IRVING, Esq., Manager Toronto News Company, TORONTO. 
DAVISON, SCOTT & CO., Commission Merchants, 64 Front Street East, TOHONTO. 
BERNARD HINDS, Esq., General Merchant, BARRIE. 
WILLIAM BELL, Esq., Organ Manufacturer, of Wm. Bell * Co., GUELPH. 
GEOKGE S. BIRRELL, Esq., of John Birrell <fr Co., Wholesale Dry Goods Merchant* LONDON. 
F. A. FITZGERALD, Esq., President Imperial Oil Company, LONDON. 
GLASS & LUSCOMBE, Barristers and Attorneys. LONDON and WINNIPEG. 



THE 53TNA LITE INSURANCE COMPANY is so well and so favorably known tkron#b.ont the United 
States and Canada as a most reliable institution its very name being "familiar as household words," 
-that it seems hardly necessary it should make reference to any one as to its excellent standing, 
financial or otherwise. However, for the sake of some who, though ineurable, may not have the 
necessary time to investigate for themselves, and, therefore, yet remain unprotected by an 2ETK* 
POLICY, the above Board of Reference has been formed out of a list of over 3,000 Ontario policy- 
holders. 

Some of these gentlemen have been insured many years in the Company, and have recently 
added largely to the amount. Others have carefully examined the merits of the JSZTfU. anc! taken 
the largest Policy which it can be induced to grant upon any one life. Most of them are Directora 
or Presidents of other nnancipJ and business corporations in their respective localities, and com 
mand public confidence. 



The fact ot these well-known leading business men holding upwards of $1 :JO,OOO,OO < 
POLICIES upon their own lives, besid es nearly as much more held In the flrma they represent, 
furnishes a strong tetimonial to the excellence of the Company. We confidently refer those unar* 
quainted with the .ETNA to any of the gentlemen named above upon its "ONTARIO BOABD 09 
REFERENCE." 

Poliric* In Force 59.129 ; Inquiring $89.9*8,800.44 

Accumulated Asset*, ~ 3S,1 04,^80.79 

Niiipln*, or>r all Policy liabilitirn, ... 6,OOO,OOO.OO 

i olic) Claim* paid in I *T9- M>- Nl- S J T.TSO.TOJ.Ga 

WHEN INSURING YOUR LIFE TAKE PAINS TO SELECT THE BEST COMPAHY. 

Head Office for Canada, York Chambers^ Toronto. 

WILLIAM H. ORR> Manager. 



J. BRUCE, 

Art Photographer, 

775 King St. West, 
TOIR.OIDTTO, 

Still maintains the foremost place in 
every branch of the profession. 



BE SURE TO CALL ON HIM. 



COOPER S. 

.0. 

lanuffnctu rers, 



And Importers of 



MEN S FURNISHINGS. 

The NEWEST and Lsaest Styles always on hand in 

Collars, Neck Wear, Hosiery, 
Glov s, Umbrellas , &c. 

ORDERS SENT CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO 



109 Yonge St., Toronto. 



CHARLES CLUTHE, 

(LATE OF HAMILTON,) 



CTTDPTrAT MAfUTNTCT 
O U n U 1 L A Li 1V1 A L n 1 n 1 O 1 , 

11 S KINO STREET WEST, 

TORONTO, ONT. CHARLES CLUTHE S PATENT TRUSS PAD. 

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Inventor and Manufacturer of Apparatus 

for the Relief and Cure of Deformities 

of the Human Frame. 



1884.] 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



163 



^bsTg^^^^^^^^S^** 

^SAVORY 

AND 




BEST 

POOD 

FOR 

INFANTS 



Supplied to the Royal Nurseries. 

THE MOST 

PERFECT SUBSTITUTE 
FOR MOTHER S MILK. 



at. MOORE S 

v^?^^yv^^^^/^/x^^. 

The Highest Amount of Nourishment in ths Moat Digestible and Convenient Form. 

THE ONLY FOOD SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR INFANTS, 

" The Adult CANNOT thrive on the Milk provided for the Infant, while the food adapted for 
Adults MUST be too strong for Babies." 

Abounding in FLESH-FORMING and BONE-FORMING substances, this FOOD perfectly fultils its obj ;ct, 
whereas other so-called Foods, such as Corn Flours, being entirely devoid of nourishing properties, induce a 
rickety and idiotic condition. It is also carefully freed from the ground husks of the wheat, which cause irri 
tation of the bowels, diarrhosa, &c. 

CAUTION. A Genuine Food should noteontain an excess of Sugar, NOR BE TOO PALPABLY SWEET. 
Such Foods may be palatable, but they are also pernicious. For this reason so-called Milk Foods, Condensed 
Milks, &c., are prejudicial to the health of Infants, from the large proportion of beet sugar they contain, render 
ing them utterly unlike the article ihey are supposed tj represent, viz., MOTHER S Mli_,K. 

Tins, Is., 2s., 5s., 10s. 



ASTHMA, DIFFICULT BREATHING, &c. 
DATURA TATULA INHALATIONS 

AFFORD THE MOST PROMPT AND EFFECTUAL RELIEF. 

Spasmodic Asthma, as well as the milder forms of the disease, and other complaints attended with short and 
difficult breathing, loss of rest, &c., quickly yield to the soothing influence of the fumes of Datura Tatula, and 
painful paroxysms are either averted or quickly subdued by its use in either of the following forms : 



an.-l Cigarettes, Roxes, 3s., 8., 15s. Pastilles and Powder (for JVon-Smoker n 
use) Roxes, gs. <<!., 5s., lOs. For use at Tobacco Tins, t. <>!., 3s., IDs., 



THE SPECIAL NUTRIMENT PANCREATIC EMULSION 



Loss of Weight, Loss of Power to Digest and Assimilate 

Food, and especially Fat. 



M PAT is O.VK OF THE: .vto*r 



ni;\i/iii.- 



Dr. DOBELL on Loss of Weight, Lung Disease, <fcc. 



PANCREATIC EMULSION o( Solid Fat "supplies the system with what it most wants, a large amount of 
nourishment with the least amount of digestive labour, and in a form most easily assimilated." 

PANCREATIC EMULSION has been in extensive use for the last 20 years at the ROYAL HOSPITAL for 
DISEASES of the CHEST, LONDON, and also at many similar Public Institutions in London and the Country.. 
ts wsil as in private practice in all parts of the world. 

" From 1863 to 1872, at the ROYAL HOSPITAL alms, I prescribed the Emulsion in more than 6,000 cases. 
Happily, to my own experience may now be added that of thousands of my professional brethren in different 
parts of the world, by whom Pancreatic Emulsion and Pancreature are daily prescribed and from whom I con 
stantly receive testimony of their value." DR. DOBELL, Senior Physieian, Royal Hospital, c. 

" We have lately seen a young lady who has been taking PANCREATIC EMULSION for months, and while 
doing so she has been changed from a thin, nervous, desponding creature, into a plump, tolerably robust and: 
eheerfnl woman." Dublin Quarterly Journal of ilfdicnl Science. 

"Considering how largely PANCREATIC EMULSION is now used in the wasting diseases of adults, it is lint 
surprising that scarcely a week passes but general practitioners relate cases of its success in the wasting of 
delicate children. Certainly, of all the satisfactory effects of PANCREATIC EMULSION, none equal the almost, 
magical recoveries of some of these children. 2 he Practitioner, London. 

Bottle*, 2s. Od., 4*. fid., and 8s. each. 

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164: ADVERTISEMENTS. [1884. 

COPP, CLARK & CO 

9 FRONT ST. WEST, (next to Custom House,) 

TOIROIsTTO. 



Our Departments will be found at all times very full. The Trade 
are invited to call*when in town, for, although our Travellers are con 
stantly on the road, and endeavor to meet the wants of our customers, it is 
impossible for them adequately to represent our very large stock. 



STATIONERY DEPARTMENT, 

Papers of all kinds, including Foolscap* Letter, Note. We invite special attention 
to our exclusive line, the RENT MILLS PAPER* We feel sure that there is not better 
value in the market ; we have it in various weights and sizes. 

Blank Books, Copying Books, Exercise Books, Pass and Memorandum Books, etc., etc. 
Envelopes in every size and quality. 

BOOK DEPARTMENT. 

We carry a splendid stock of Books suitable for Prizes, Gifts, Sunday School 

Libraries, etc., etc. PoetS, in a vast variety of bindings, some of which were executed 
specially for us. 

School Books a wide range of the various publishers kept on hand, English, 
American and Canadian, all at Publishers Prices. 

Bibles, Hymn Books, etc., etc. 

FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 

It is impossible for us to enumerate the articles in this Department. Everything that is 
saleable, everything that is novel, tasty, will be found there, including, year by year, our very 

choice lines of Christmas, Easter, Birthday and other Cards. 



Terms as Liberal as any Respectable House. 



CHARLES A, WALTOltf, 

\rchHttt and (jlanstrmtive jngineer> 

19 Union Block, corner Toronto and Adelaide Streets, 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



165 



GOSPEL HYMNS & SACRED SONGS 

BY SANKEY, BLISS, McGRANAHAN AND STEBBINS. 



GOSPEL 




CONSOLIDATE]) 



Embracing Nos. I, 2, 3, 4 WITHOUT DUPLICATES AND 
NUMBERED CONSECUTIVELY. 



AUTHORIZED CANADIAN EDITION 



By arrangement with the English Copyright Holders of several of the 
Hymns, this Book is Copyrighted here. 

We have issued the above collection, and feel sure from our experience 
of the favourable reception given to the Combined Edition, which con 
tained the first three numbers in same style, that this new edition will 
be welcomed by the many thousands who use these beautiful collections 

of Sacred Songs. 
To facilitate ordering this will be known as the M Edition, which letter 

will sufficiently designate it. 



STYLES AND PRICES. 



1. Music and Words, Boards $1 00 

2. " Cloth 1 25 

3. " Cloth, Gilt Edge 1 50 

4. " Morocco Extra.. 300 

5. " Morocco Limp.. 225 



6. Words Only, Boards .................. 90 20 

7. " Cloth .................... 25 



8. 
9. 



Leather .................. 035 

Limp Morocco Gilt Edges 50 



COPP, CLARK & CO. 

9 FRONT ST. WEST, TORONTO. 



CANADA STAINED GLASS WORKS. 



Established A.D. 1856. 



All kinds of Church Glass executed. Memorial Windows a Specialty. Domestic Glass Painting. Every 
description of Stained, Wheel Cut, Sand Cut, Embossed and Bent Glass to order. Designs and Estimates sub 
mitted on application. 

JOSEPH McCAUSLAND, 

P. O. Box 252. TORONTO. 

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THE SOVEREIGN FIRE INSURANCE GO, 

HEAD OFFICE, MAIL BUILDINGS, TORONTO. 



Capital, $600,000 (With power to increase to $1,000,000). 
Deposit with Dominion Government (Market Value) $106,222 80. 
Over $100,000 added to the Company s Capital this year. 

PRESIDENT HON. ALEX. MACKENZIE. DIRECTOES. VICE-PRESIDENT GEORGE GREIG, ESQ. 



HON. WM. 

J. G. SCOTT, ESQ. 



L. W. SMITH, ESQ., D.C.L. 
GKO. R. R. COCKBURN. ESQ. 



S. NORDHEIMER, ESQ. 

P. D. COXGEH, ESQ. 



J. D. IRWIN, ESQ. 

KOBT. JAFFKAV, ESQ., Toronto. 



JOHN WALKER, ESQ., London. 

F. A. BALL, General Manager. J. K. KERB. Solicitor. J. T. VINCENT, Inspector. 

Insurance against Fire effected at Lowest Current Rates. Farm Pioperty insured on very favorable terms. 



LONDON & LANCASHIRE FIRE INSURANCE CO 

OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. 



Head Office for Canada, 



Mail Building, Toronto. 



CAPITAL $9,260,000 00 

CASH AND INVESTED FUNDS 2,700,567 53 

Net Surplus TO POLICY HOLDERS 2, 154,000 00 

PREMIUMS RECEIVED FROM ORGANIZATION TO DATE 16,912,932 78 

LOSSES PAID " 10,493,68931 

C. G. FOTHERGILL, ESQ., Head Manager, 
J. B. MOFFATT, ESQ., Sub-Manager, 



LIVERPOOL. 



F. A. BALL, MANAGER FOR THE DOMINION, 



THE CANADIAN CONVEYANCER, 

AND 

Handy-Book of Property Law ; 

Comprising an Epitome of the Law of Property in 
Ontario, with practical directions in the investigation 
of Titles and sale of Estates, with a carefully selected 
collection of Precedents, and copious Index The 
original matter revised and corrected to the date of 
issue by J. E. ROSE, Esq., Q.C., (now the Hon. Mr. 

Justice Rose.) 
Third Edition price (full bound), $2. 

J. RORDANS & CO , 

Law Stationers and Lithographers, 

88 King St. E., TORONTO. 



The Royal Standard : 

A COLLECTION OF 

Part-Songs, Glees and Choruses. 

PRICE 75 CENTS. 



COPP, CLARK & CO. 9 Front St.West. 



CANADA PAPER COMPANY, (Limited) 

PAPER MAKERS & WHOLESALE STATIONERS, 

11 Front Street, West, TORONTO. 
374 to 378 St. Paul St. MONTREAL. 



WINDSOR MILLS AND SPR1NGVALE MILLS, P. Q. 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Oa.pita.1 and. 



$2,OOO,COO. 



HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, Ont. 



=** 



President Hon. Sir W. P. HOWLAND, C. B., K. C. M.OK 

_. _ ( Hon. WM. McMASTEB. 

Vice Presidents, . . | WM ELLIOT Esq . 

DIRECTORS : 



Hon. Chief Justice MACDONALD, 
Hon. ISAAC BURPEE, M.P. 
W. H. BEATTY, Esq. 
EDWARD HOOPER, Esq. 
J. HESBERT MASON, Esq. 
JAMES YOUN&, Esq., M P.P. 



F. A. BALL, Esq. 

M. P. RYAN, Esq. 

S NORDHEIMER, Esq. 

W. H, GIBBS, Esq. 

A. MCLEAN HOWARD, 

J. D. EDGAR, Esq. 



Managing Director, J. K. MACDONALD 
Actuary, C. CARPMAEL, M.A., F.R.A.S. (late Fellow St. John s College, Cambridge. 



This Association Merits the Confidence that the Public is reposing in it from the FACT : 

That the SECURITY offered to Policy Holders is UNSURPASSED by any Company doing business 
in Canada. 

That it has NO SCHEMES of Insurance, but the well-established lines, hence the policy holders canno 
be misled as to their contracts. 

That, its STATEMENTS TO THE PUBLIC can be readily understood, its cash statement showing 
every item of income and how expended. 

That its POSITION IS ASCERTAINED ANNUALLY from a detailed valuation in which every 
Hero of Liability is included. 

That its PROGRESS HAS BEEN UNEXAMPLED in the history of Insurance in Canada. 

That its policies are INDISPUTABLE after three years and NON-PORFEITABLE after two 
years existence. 

That its PROFITS ARE DISTRIBUTED upon an equitable basis. The profits to one class of 
policy holders are NOT LESSENED to give LARGER PROFITS to any other class.which affords SUPERIOR ADVANTAGE* 
over the UNIFORM BONUS PLAN of distribution. 



ROYAL CANADIAN 

FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. 

HEAD OFFICE, IOO ST. .(A.TIKN STREET, .tlOM Iti; A I,. 

C .A. FITFUL - - - $3,3OO,OOO 

ANDREW ROBERTSON, Esq. President. I ARTHUR GAGNON, Secretary-Treasurer 

JAMES DAVIDSON, Manager. 



HON. J. R. THIBAUDEAU, Vice-President. 



JOHN OSTELL, Esq. 
DUNCAN Me INT Y RE, Esq. 

Messrs. Mclntyre, French & Co.) 
HUGH MACKAY. Esq. (Messrs. Mackay Bros.) 



ROBERT ARCHER, Esq. 

J. HODGSON, Esq., Messrs Hodgson, Summer & Co 

GEORGE W. ROSS, Esq. 

WM. O BRIEN, Esq. 



Fire and Marine Risks taken at Current Rates, and Losses promptly adjusted and paid. 
AGENCIES IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS OF THE DOMINION. 



Life Assurance Coy of Canada. 

" Liberality and Security." The only Company in America 
issuing Unconditional Life Policies. 

The SUN issues also incomparably the most liberal Accident Policy in existence. No 
other Company in America gives days of grace on Accident Policies. Life and Acci 
dent Assurance, Before insuring read one of our policies. 

A. H. GILBERT, Manager for Western Ontario. 
OFFICE -35 Adelaide Street East, Toronto. 

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A. & T. J. DARLING & CO. 

WHOLESALE HARDWARE. 

CUTLERY AND GUNS j 

SPECIALTIES. i i <^Jtl<.JIN _L CJ. 



9 Front Street West. 67 & 69 Colborne Street. 

TORONTO. 






Have added to their Manufacturing Establishment at 67 & 69 

Colborne Street, during the past year improved machinery 

enabling them to meet more fully the requirements 

of their customers. 



THE WORK IN THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS IS 




Boofcbinoinc}, 

Blank Booh Manufacturing, 
XitbocjrapbinQ, 




All under most efficient supervision, and they guarantee the best work 

manship and material at prices which can only be obtained where 

the work is executed in one building by the same firm. 



Trade Orders Receive our Best Attention. Estimates Given, 



PRINTED AT THE STEAM PRESS ESTABLISHMENT OF COPP, CLARK it CO., COLBORNE STREET, TORONTO.