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THIRTY-EIGHTH TEAR OF PUBLICATION. 




THE 



CANADIAN ALMANAC, 






of Hstful Pnotoltbcj, 

FOR THE YEAR 

1885, 

BEING THE FIRST AFTER LEAP YEAR. 



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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC 



FOE THE YEAR 1885. 



HOLYDAYS, KEMAKKABLE EVENTS, &c. 



JANOARY. 


MARCH. 


There s a divinity that shapes our ends, 
Rough hew them as we will. HAMLET. 

The whirligig of time brings in his revenges. 
TWELFTH NIGHT. 


O, that men should put an enemy in tneir mouths 
to steal away their brains. OTHELLO. 

They that touch pitch will be defiled. 
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 


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iND SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. 
Epiphany. 
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LST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. 
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RD SUNL Y IN LKNT. Hon. S. Smith, Administ r 

Jt. Gregory. 

TH SUNDAY IN LENT. 

3t. Patrick. 
?t. Edward. 
St. Joseph. 
3t. CutKbert. 
St. Benedict. 
5iH SUNDAY IN LENT. 

A nnunciation of the Virgin Mary. 

PALM SONDAY. 
Lord Metcalfe Governor-General 1843 


St. Hilary. 

St. Anthony. 
2ND SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. St. Prisca. 

St. Fabian. 
St. Agnes. 
St. Vincent. 

3RD SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. Conv n of St. Paul. 
Earl of Elgin, Governor-Genereal 1847 






| FEBRUARY. 


APRIL. 


Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased ; 
Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow ; 
Raze out the written troubles of the brain ; 
And, with some sweet oblivious antidote, 
Cleanse the stuff d bosom of that perilous stuff 
Which weighs upon the heart. 
MACBETH. 




She never told her love 
But let concealment, like a worm i the. bud 
Feed on her damask cheek ; she pin d in thought 
And, with a green and yellow melancholy, 
She sat like patience on a monument. 
Smiling at grief : was not this love indeed ? 
TWELFTH NIGHT 


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St. Agatha. 

St. Dorothy. 

SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY. 
Lord Sydenham, Governor of Canada 1840 


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St. Ambrose. 
EASTER SUNDAY Canada discovered 1499 


Easter Monday. (Bank holiday). 
Low SUNDAY. 

2ND SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. St. Alphege. 
St. George. 


St. Valentine. Hilary Term ends. 

QUINQVAGESIMA SUNDAY. 

Ash Wednesday. First day of Lent. 
St. Mildred. 
QUADRAGESIMA SUNDAY. 

St. Matthias. 

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Sir J. Colborne, Administrator 1838 


St. Mark. 
3RD SUNDAY AITER EASTER. 





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MONTHLY REGISTEB. 



[1885. 



HOLYDAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &o. 



MAY. 


JULY. 


Some are born great, some achieve greatness and 
some have greatness thrust upon them. 
TWELFTH NIGHT 

We know what we are, but know not what we may 
be. HAMLET. 


She s beautiful ; and therefore to be woo d ; 
She is a woman ; therefore to be won. 
HENRY VI. 

An honest tale speeds lest, being plainly told. 
RICHARD III. 


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St. Athanasius. 
4TH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. Holy Cross. 
St. Monica. 

St. John. 
ROGATION SUNDAY. 

Ascension Day. 

IST SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION. 
Easter Term begins. 
St. Dunstan. 

John Wilson, Administrator 1816 


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Visitation of the Virgin Mary. 

Declaration of American Independence.. .. 1776 
STH SUNDAY \FTER TRINITY. 

Col. Simcoe, Lieut. -Governor 1792 


6TH SUNDAY AFTER TRISITY. 

St. Bonaventure. 
St. Swithin. 

7TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. [1871. 
St. Margaret. B. Columbia entered Confederation, 

St. Mary Magdalene. 
Canada discovered by Cartier 1534 


WHITSUNDAY. Queen Victoria born 1819 


St. Augustine. 
Venerable Bede. 

TRINITY SONDAY 


St. James. 
STH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Anne. 
St. Joseph of Arimathea. 

St. Martha. 


JUNE. 


AUGUST. 


How far that little candle throws his beams ! 
So shines a good deed in a naughty world. 
MERCHANT OF VBNICB. 

The better part of valour is discretion. 
HENRY IV. 


Friendship is constant in all other things, 
Save in the office and affairs of love. 
MroH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. 

Misery acquaints a man with strange bed-fellows. 
TKMPEST. 


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St. Boniface. 
Easter Term ends. 
IST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 

St. Barnabas. 

St. Anthony of Padua. 
2ND SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

St. Alban. 
Earl of Dalhousie, Governor 1820 


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STH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

Transfiguration. 
Sieur M. du Quesne, Governor of Canada.. 1752 

IOTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Lawrence. 

Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieut. -Governor .. 1818 

HTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
General Hunter Lieut -Governor 1799 


St. Bernard, 

12TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITV. 
St. Bartholomew. Trinity Term begins. 


Accession of Queen Victoria 1837 


3RD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
Longest day. 

St. John the Baptist. 

4TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Peter. 
P. E. Irvine, President of Canada 1766 


St. Augustine of Hippo. 
Beheading oj John the Baptist. 
13TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Rose. 





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MONTHLY REGISTER. 



HOLY DAYS, REMARKABLE EVENTS, &c. 



SEPTEMBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


For aught that ever I could read, 
Could ever hear, by tale or history, 
The course of true love never did run smooth. 
MIDSUMMER NIGHT S DRKAM. 

Fire that is closest kept burns most of all. 
Two GENTLEMEN or VERONA. 


Heaven is above all yet ; there sits a. judge 
That no king can corrupt. 
HENRY VIII. 

O that men s ears should be 
To counsel deaf, but not to flattery. 
TIMON OF ATHENS. 


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Trinity term ends. 
HTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
St. Enurchus. 
Nativity of the Virgin Mary. 


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St. Winifred*. 
Sir J. Colborne, Lieut -Governor 1828 


St. Lennard. 
St. Willibrord. 
23RD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
Prince of Wales born 1841 


St. Martin. 
St. Briee. 

24TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Machwtus. 
MichaeJmas term begins. 
St. Hugh. 

St. Edmund. 

25TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Si. Cecilia* 
St. Clement. 

St. Catherine. Marquis of Lome, Gov. -Gen,, 1878 

ADVENT SUNDAY. 
.?A Andrew. 


ISTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
Holy Cross. 

St. Lambert. 

16TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
*t. Matthew. 

Sieur de Courcelles, Governor of Canada 1605 
iuy Carleiou, U.-Gov. & Com. -in -Chief 1776 

St. Cyprian. 
17TH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 

St. Michael and All Angels. 
St. Jerorne, 


OCTOBER. 


DECEMBER. 


We are such stuft 
As dreams are made on, and our little life 
Is rounded with a sleep. 
TEMPEST. 

How use doth breed a habit in a man. 
Two GENTLEMEN OF VERONA. 


Cowards die many times before their deaths ; 
The valiant never taste of death but once. 
Of all the wonders that 1 yet have heard, 
It seems to me most strange that men should fear. 
Seeing that death, a necessary end, 
Will come, when it will come. 
JULIUS C-ESAR. 


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St. Faith. 

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19rH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. 
Columbus discovered America 1492 


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2ND SUNDAY IN ADVENT. St. Nicholas. 
St. Ambrose. 
Conception oftlie Virgin Mary. 

SRD SUNDAY IN ADVENT. St. Lucy. 
Lord Elgin s Administration closed 1854 


St. Etheldreda. 
20TH SUNDAY AFTBR TRINITY. St. Luke. 

Lord Lansdowne, Governor-General 1883 


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

Christmas Day. (Bank holiday.) 
St. Stephen. [gelist. 
IST SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. St. John Evan- 
Innocent s Day. 

St. Sylvester. 


Sir J. H. Craig, Governor-General 1807 


21sT SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. St. Crispin. 
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 1885. 



Chronological Cycles. 



0-oIden Number 5 

Bpact 14 

Solar Cycle 18 



Dominical Letters D. 

Roman Indiction ..... . . 13 

Julian Period [\ 6598 



Epochs. 

The year 5(546 of the Jewish Era begins Sept. 10 .. 18S5 I The 49th of Queen Victoria s Reign begins June 20 18S5 
TI ,, 1* ~f H, Q w n i <-. !*,. K^^= The 19th of the Dominion of Caimda begins July l! 1S85 

The 110th of the ludep. of the IT. S. begins July 4, 1S85 



The year 1303 of the Mahometan Era begins on 
October 10 1885 



Fixed and Movable Festivals and Anniversaries. 



Ash Wednesday Feb. 18 

St. David March 1 

St. Patrick March 17 

Lady Day March 25 

Easter Sunday April 5 

St. George April 23 

Holy Thursday May 14 

Whitsunday May 24 



Birth of Queen Victoria May 

Midsummer Day June 

Dominion Day July 

Michaelmas Day Sept. 

Birth of Prince of Wales Nov. 

St. Andrew Nov. 

Christmas Day , , Dec. 



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Explanation of the Articles in the Calendar. 

These 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 (standard 75th meridian) when the Moon passes the geocentric longi 
tudefl of 0, 90, 180, and 270 east of the sun. It gives also the times of her greatest and least distance from the earth. 

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

NOTE. Standard times are given in all columns headed Toronto or Quebec. In calculating the mean time at these 
places has been taken at Toronto as 17m. 34s. slower, and at Quebec us 14m. faster than standard. 

GREATEST KLONOATIOV OP THE POLE STAR. This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Star east or west 
from the maridi;vn ;\6 observed at a pl.ica iv &- . When the greatest elongation corresponding to any other 

latitude is required, the number given in the column should be corrected by means of the following Table. 





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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 local mean 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 
approximately for the whole of Canada. The meridian zenith distances, being designed merely to aid in finding the 
planets, have been given only to the 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 standard times both for the rising and setting of the Moon s centre are given for every day for Toronto and 
Quebec. 

The column, SUN OK MERIDIAN, gives the time that a watch keeping local mean time should show when the 
shadow of a sun dial is on the noon mark. 

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

The column, DPPBR TRANSIT OF POLE STAR, shows for every day the mean time at which the Pole Star makes 
its upper transit across the meridian of longitude 4h. 46m. W. It passes the meridian in the morning from April 
11 to October 10. It passes the meridian twice on October 10 : and in the afternoon during the rest of the year. 

* Although these times are calculated for Toronto and Quebec only, the standard times at other places differing 
not much in latitude from one of these places may be obtained with sufficient accuracy for ordinary purposes, by 
adding one minute for every 4 west of Toronto or Quebec, and subtracting one minute for every 4 east of Toronto 
or Quebec. 

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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. 





42 


43" 




44 


45 




46" 


47 


48 


49 


50 


h 


m s 
5410 


h m s 
5 54 6 


h 
5 


m s h 
53 55 5 


m s 
53 44 


h 

5 


m s h 
53 33 5 


111 S 

5321 


h m s 
5 53 9 


h m s 
5 52 57 


h m s 
5 52 44 


Difference for 10 of latitude, j 


1.7 


-1.8 




1.8 


1.8 




-H 


2.0 


; 2.0 


2.2 





Star Table. 

From the times of the upper transit of the Pole 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, as 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 tho same number to the time of its meridian passage. Those stars marked ( ) revolve 

in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at places in and to the north of latitude 45. 



NAME OF STAR. 



a Andromeda? ... , 
Pegasi (Algenib) . 



a Cassiopeise 

? Ceti 

i$ Arietis 

a Arietis 

a Ceti 

a Persei 

a Tauri (Aldebaran) 

a Aurigse (Capella) ..... 

3 Orionis (Rigel) 

;: Tauri 

S Orionis 

i Orionis ....... 

a Columbse 

a Orionis 

a Canis Majoris (Sirius) . . 

t Canis Majoris 

a 2 Geminorum (Castor) . . . . 
a Canis Minoris (Procyon) 
,3 Geminorum (Pollux) .... 

a Hydra 

a Leonis (Regulus) 

y Leonis 



On 
Meridi n 



Rises 
and Sets 



h / < 
22 42 

22 47 

23 14 
23 17 

32 
44 



1 39 
1 59 
3 12 
8 51 
3 52 
2 
9 

13 
18 
32 
23 
37 
6 10 
6 16 
6 21 
8 4 
8 44 
8 56 



h m 
8 10 

6 59 

4 40 

7 25 
7 39 
6 13 



5 25 

8 10 
5 57 

5 54 

3 9 

6 29 

4 50 
3 46 
8 34 
6 21 
8 9 

5 26 

6 50 

7 26 



j3 Leonis 
/3 Corvi. 
a Virgin 
q Ursse -I 
a Bootis 
3 Ursse 1! 
/3 Librae 
a Corona 
a Serpentis 
fi Scorpii 
a Scorpii 
a Herculis 
fB Draconis 
y Draconis 
a Lyrse ( 
a Aquilse 
a Cygni 
a Cephei 
(3 Aquarii 
a Aquarii 
a Piscis 
a Pegasi 



NAME OF STAR. 


On 

Meridi n 


Rises 
and Sets 




h m 
9 38 


h m 




10 25 


7 2 




11 10 


4 20 


s (Spica) 


12 1 


5 16 




12 24 




Arcturus) 


12 52 


7 28 




13 32 






13 52 


5 23 


Borealis 


14 11 


8 2 


,13 


14 20 

m ^"" 


6 26 




14 40 


4 36 


(Antares) 


15 3 


4 2 


s 


15 50 


fi 59 


is 


16 9 




}g . 


16 35 




VVtra) 


17 14 


9 31 


* C 6"/ r 

(Altair) 


18 26 


6 33 




19 18 


11 38 




19 56 




i 


20 6 


5 34 


i 


20 40 


5 55 


Lust. (Fomalhaut) .... 


21 31 
21 39 


3 36 

7 









Table 

Showing the Illuminated Portions of the Discs of Venus and Mars. 



1885. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1885. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


January ... 15. 
February .. 14. 
March 15. 
April 15. 
May 15 


0.895 
0.914 

0.976 
0.996 
0.999 


0.999 
1.000 
0.998 
0.993 
0.985 


July 15. 
August 16. 
September 15. 
October 15. 
November.. 15. 


0.942 
0.881 

0.806 
0.718 

0.608 


0.961 
0.946 
0.928 
0.913 
0.901 


June 15. 


0.981 


0.976 


December .. 15. 


0.469 


0.903 















Eclipses. 

In the year 1885 there will be two eclipses of the Sun and two of the Moon. 

I. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, March 16. Visible in Canada as an Annular or Partial Eclipse. 
The following points are on the Line of Central Eclipse : 

LONG. LAT. LONQ. LAT. 

109 58 W 46 43 N 84 61 W 59 10 N 

101 58 51 75 18 62 36 

93 39 55 15 

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8 



THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 



[1885. 






AT TORONTO the Eclipse begins at 12h. Om. -8 standard time. Angle of first contact from the North Pole 97 
towards the West for direct image. 

The time of nearest approach is In. 26m. -6 The magnitude of the Eclipse (Sun s diameter = 1) is 0-647. 

The time of last contact is 2h. 43m. 6 Angle from North Pole 44 towards the East for direct image. 

The Eastern standard time of the contacts for places near Toronto may be found from the following formulas :- 

First contact." Cos <o = 1-52669 - [0-20SSS] sin I - [9-90413] cos I cos (161 47 49" - A), t = 0h. 46m. 21s.- 
[373706] sin <a + [3 64095] sin I - [3-94600] cos I cos (163 58 22" - A), contact on the Sun s limb, <o + 26 2V from 
the North towards the West. 

Last contact.* Cos <o = 1-18976 - [0-21471] sin I - [9-87617] cos I cos (203 21 13" - A), t = [3-70289] sin <o + 
[3-57898] sin I - [3-91761] cos I cos (204 21 49" - A) 1 - Oh. 10m. 29s., contact on the Sun s limb, co - 24 38 from 
the North towards the East. 

AT QUEBEC the Eclipse begins at 12h. 18m. -9 standard time. Angle of first contact from the North Pole 95 
towards the West for direct image. 

The time of nearest approach is In. 41m. -2. The magnitude of the Eclipse (Sun s diamecer = 1) is 643. 

The time of last contact is 2h. 58m. -3. Angle from North Pole 45 towards the East for direct image. 

The Eastern standard time of the contacts for places near Quebec may be found from the following formula : 

First contact.* Cos co = 1-47969 - [0-21067] sin I - [9-89553] cos I cos (166 27 51" - A), t = Oh. 38m. 42s. 
3-72576J sin <o + [3 62105] sin I - 3-93648] cos I cos (97 19 43" - A), contact on the Sun s limb, to + 25 49 from 
the North towards the West. 

"Last contact. * Cos < = 1-23438 - [0 21939] sin I - [9-84921] cos I cos (205 3V 43" - A), t = Oh. Om. 41s. + 
5*67511] sin <a + [3 -52424] sin I - [3-89450] cos I cos (206 31 4" - A), contact on the Sun s limb, co - 23 5 from 
the North jtowards the East. 

II. A partial! Eclipse of the Moon, March 30th. Invisible in Canada. 
III. A total Eclipse of the Sun, September 8th. Invisible in Canada. 
IV. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, September 24th. Visible in Canada. 



EASTERN STANDARD TIME. 

. First contact with the Penumbra, September 24th 12 21 a.m. 

First contact with the Shadow, 115-0 " 

Middle of the Eclipse, " 2 48 3 

. Latjt contact with the Shadow, " 4 21 6 " 

Last contact with the Penumbra, " 5 34-5 " 

Magnitude of -the Eclipse (Moon s diameter = 1) 0784. 

* In these formulie the co-efficients of the terms are the numbers whose logarithms are the numbers within the 
brackets [ ] , aM>, I denotes the geocentric latitude, and A the longitude west of Greenwich. 



TABLE SHOWING THE AVERAGES OF CERTAIN METEOROLOGICAL QUANTITIES. 

[From observations at the Toronto Observatory.] 





Barometer, 
Sverage of . 
42 years. 


Temperature, 

average of 
43 years. 


Resultant 

direction of 
Wiud 34 years. 


Kesultant velo 
city of Wiud 
34 years. 


>si 

18 

1f 
|! 

ST33 5 


Amouut of 
Kaiu, average 
ol 41,i2 years. 


1 2 

fj 

3 | 
? 23 

a J_r 
o <* 


Amount of 
Suow, average 
ot 4U years. 


Days of Buow 
aveiago of 
42 years. 


a . 

3 * 

* 

a a 
5 
X-d 

*~ 
g^3 

Bg 


6 _ 

Z% 
s>a 

WM 

tw a 
pj, 

< 


Clouded Sky, 
average of 
30 years. 




ia. 
29.6514 


22.87 


N 79 W 


milts. 
3.31 


miles. 
8 89 


in. 

1 168 


4.84 


in. 
16.21 


14 05 


in. 

2 789 


11 35 


74 




.6324 


22.95 


N. 63 W 


3.23 


9.31 


0.892 


4.21 


17.16 


12.26 


2 608 


12 26 


70 


March 


.6010 


29.71 


N 54 W. 


3.57 


9.71 


1 . 559 


6.51 


13.29 


10.58 


2.888 


13 56 


63 


ipril 


.5851 


40.86 


N.24 W. 


2.27 


8.85 


2.306 


9.77 


2.25 


3.63 


2.531 


16.22 


60 


May . 


.5789 


52.06 


V. 17 W. 


1.65 


7.31 


3. 088 


12.00 


15 


0.35 


3 103 


17 83 


55 




.5674 


61.90 


V 63 W 


0.84 


5.81 


2.799 


11.77 






2.799 


17 83 


52 


July 


.5901 


67.69 


\ 79 W 


91 


,5 55 


3.116 


10.88 






3 116 


18 09 


50 




.6199 


66.52 


V 62 W 


0.90 


5.75 


2.883 


10.70 






2.883 


19.22 


48 




.6625 


58.55 


V. 55 W 


1.25 


6.21 


3.444 


11.58 






3.444 


18.35 


51 


October 


. 6452 


46.31 


V. 70 W 


2.00 


~.84 


2.382 


12.63 


0.67 


1.83 


2.449 


16.38 


.62 




.6213 


35.96 


N*. 79 W. 


2.78 


8.24 


2.756 


9.95 


4.54 


7.63 


3.220 


12.42 


75 




.6486 


25.87 


N. 77 W. 


3.57 


9.21 


1.557 


6.00 


14 92 


14.09 


3.049 


11.02 


.76 




























Year 


29.6170 


44. -27 


\ 61 W. 


2.04 


7.64 


27 . 960 


110 84 


69 19 


64.42 


34.879 


184.53 


01 





























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. 

[176] 



Second Winter Month. ] JANUARY, 1885. 



9 



Moon s PHASES. 


cc 
X 
< 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


DO 

.a 


Twilight begim or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 




1 

7 
16 
23 
30 
13 
28 


h m 
26am 
10 37pm 
3 37am 
8 26pm 
11 19am 
4 00am 
9 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

?.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P M. 


O Last Quarter 


New Moon 
d First Quarter. .. 


i 
H 

21 


h m 
6 08 
6 08 
6 04 


h m 
6 36 
6 45 
6 55 


h m 
5 40 
5 39 
5 34 


h m 
5 58 
6 07 
6 19 


/ // 
16 18 
16 18 
16 17 


/ // o / // 

16 4211 17 58 
14 461 17 57 
15 301 17 57 


/ // 

1 50 16 

1 50 16 
1 50 15 


OFiill Moon . 









the Planets, 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


JANUARY 1ST. 


JANUARY llTH. 


JANUARY 2181. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Bets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Mer. 
Sets. Zen. 
, dint.. 


Venus 


h m 
5 20 a 
82la 
859? 
249/> 
11 22 v 


h m 
9 55 a 
045j 
3 47 a 
1025p 
5 27 a 


h m 
230p 
509^9 
10 38 a 
6 16 a 
11 27 a 


65.7 
67.9 
34.6 
23.4 
45.5 


h m 
6 42 a 
8 08 a 
Blip 
207 p 
1044 


h m 
10 09 a 
039/> 
3 06 a 
943^ 
4 48 a 


h m 
2 Bop 
blOp 
9 48 a 
5 24 a 
1048 


67.9 
66.5 
34.3 
23.5 
45.5 


h m 
5 59 a 
7 53 a 
723/> 
1 26p 
W04p 


h m 
10 23 a 
032^ 
2 23 a 
902/> 
4 08 a 


h m 
241 p 67.9- 
blip 64.7 
9 07 a 34.0 
4 41 a 23. & 
10 08 a 45.4 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus .. 



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



s 

v< 
o 

& 

o 


Day of 
Week. 


Day of Year 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC . 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SDN. 


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 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m h m 


h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m s 


days 


h n, S 


1 


Thursd y 


1 


1 52 


4 52 5 56 


1 51 


7 31 4 07 


5 16 


1 26 


S22 57 08 


12 04 06 


15.1 


6 30 08 


2 


Friday ... 


2 


7 52 


4 53 7 09 


8 40 


7 81;4 08 


6 29 


8 13 


22 51 38 


12 04 34 


16.1 


6 26 11 


3 


Saturday 


3 


7 62 


4 54! 8 20 


9 22 


7 31 4 09 


7 42 


8 53 22 45 40 


12 05 01 


17.1 


6 22 14 


4 


SUND Y. 


4 


7 52 


4 65 9 29 


10 01 


7 304 11 


8 53 


9 30 


22 39 15 


12 05 28 


18.1 


6 18 17 


6 


Monday . 


5 


7 52 


4 5610 36 


10 36 


7 304 12 


10 02 


10 03 


22 32 45 


12 05 55 


19.1 


6 14 21 


6 


Tuesday. 


6 


7 52 


4 57 


11 42 


11 08 


7 304 13 


11 07 


10 33 


22 25 04 


12 06 21 


20.1 


6 10 24r 


7 


Wednes... 


77 51 


4 58 a.m. 


11 37 


7 304 14 


a.m. 


11 01 


22 17 20 


12 06 47 


21.1 


6 06 27 


8 


Thursd y 


87 51 


4 59 42 


pmllT 294 15 


14 


11 31 


22 09 08 


12 07 12 


22.1 


6 02 30- 


9 


Friday... 


97 51 


5 00 1 43 


397 294 16 


1 17 


11 59 


22 00 31 


12 07 37 


23.1 


6 58 34 


10 


Saturday 


10 


7 51 


5 02 2 42 


1 13 


7 294 17 


2 16 


pm33 


21 51 28 


12 08 01 


24.1 


5 54 37 


11 


SUND Y. 


11 


7 50 


5 03 3 39 


1 50 


7 284 19 


3 15 


1 08 


21 41 67 12 08 25 


25.1 


5 60 40 


12|Monday . 


12 


7 50 


5 04 4 33 


2 29 


7 284 20 


4 09 


1 47 


21 32 05 12 08 48 


26.1 


5 46 43 


13 


Tuesday . 


13 


7 49 


5 05 5 23 


3 14 


7 27 


4 21 


4 69 


2 32 


21 21 45 


12 09 10 


27.1 


5 42 46 


14 


Wednes... 


14|7 49 


5 06i 6 11 


4 02 


7 27 


4 22 


5 47 


3 21 


21 11 02 


12 09 32 


28.1 


5 38 49 


15 


Thursd y 


16|7 48 


5 07 


6 56 


4 56 


7 26 


4 24 


6 31 


4 16 


20 59 54 


12 09 53 


29.1 


5 34 52 


16 


Friday... 


16 


7 48 


5 09 


7 34 


5 52 


7 25 


4 25 


7 08 


5 12 


20 48 21 


12 10 14 


0.3 


6 30 55 


17 


Saturday 


17 


7 475 10 


8 11 


6 50 


7 25 


4 26 


7 46 


6 11 


20 36 25 


12 10 33 


1.3 


5 26 58 


18 


SUND Y 


187 475 11 


8 44 


7 51 


7 24 


4 28 


8 16 


7 H 


20 24 06 


12 10 52 


2.3 


5 23 02 


19 


Monday . 


19 


7 465 12 


9 16 


8 52 


7 23 


4 29 


8 46 


8 17 


20 11 24 


12 11 11 


3.3 


5 19 05 


20 


Tuesday. 


20 


7 455 14 


9 46 


9 54 


7 22 


4 31 


9 14 


9 21 


19 58 19 12 11 28 


4.3 


5 15 08 


21 


Wednes... 


2] 


7 445 1510 16 


10 57 


7 21 


4 32 


9 42 


10 26 


19 44 51 


12 11 45 


5.3 


5 11 11 


22 


Thursd y 


22 


7 445 16|lO 45 


a.m 


7 20 


4 33 


10 09 


11 33 


19 31 02 


12 12 01 


6.3 


5 07 14 


23 


Friday ... 


23 


7 435 1811 20 


05 


7 19 


4 35 


10 42 


a.m. 


19 16 52 


12 12 16 


7.3 


5 03 17 


24 


Saturday 


24 


7 425 19 


11 56 


1 10 


7 18 


4 37 


11 18 


42 


19 02 19 


12 12 30 


8. 3 4 59 20 


25 


SUND Y. 


25 


7 4i:5 20pm 40 


2 16 


7 17 


4 38 


11 59 


1 49 


18 47 25 


12 12 44 


9.3 


4 55 2a 


20 


Monday . 


26 


7 405 22 


1 29 


3 24 


7 16 


4 39 


pm49 


2 59 


18 32 14 


12 12 56 


10.3 


4 51 2& 


27 


Tuesday. 


27 


7 395 23 


2 27 


4 28 


7 15 


4 41 


1 45 


4 04 


18 16 39 


12 13 08 


11.3 


4 47 29 


28 


Wednes.. 


28 


7 386 24 


3 31 


5 30 


7 14 


4 42 


2 49 


6 06 


18 00 47 


12 13 19 


12.3 


4 43 32 


20 


Thursd y 


29 


7 375 26 


4 41 


6 25 


7 13 


4 44 


4 00 


6 00 


17 44 34 


12 13 29 


13.3 


4 39 36 


30 


Friday ... 


30 


7 365 27 


5 53 


7 11 


7 12 


4 46 


o 13 


6 46 


17 28 03 


12 13 38 


14.3 


4 36 39 


31 


Saturday 


317 355 28 


7 05 


7 557 11 


4 47 


6 27 7 28 17 11 13 12 13 4715.3 4 31 43 



[177] 



10 



FEBRUARY, 1885. [Third Winter Month. 



Moow s PHASES. 


00 

! 

ti 

a 


EASTERN 
ST\N,.ARD 
TIME. 


GO 
H 

P 

1 
11 

21 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


(^ Last Quarter 


6 
14 

22 

28 

9 
25 


h m 
5 38pm 
9 22pm 
6 Slam 
11 00pm 

7 00pm 
7 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


A N A w M n on .. ...1, 


) First Quarter 
O Full Moon 


h m 
5 56 
5 45 
5 31 


h m 
1 08 
7 20 
7 32 


h m 
5 25 
5 13 
4 57 


h m 
6 33 
6 46 
7 00 


/ // 

16 16 
16 14 
16 12 


/ // 

16 07 
14 49 
16 02 


o / // 

1 17 58 
1 17 59 
1 18 01 


o / // 

1 50 16 
1 50 18 
1 50 21 


(T ADOsree . 


(T Perigee 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET, 


FEBRUARY 1ST. 


FEBRUARY HTH. 


FEBRUARY 21si. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


A m 
6 10 a 
7 34 a 
643p 
041j 
9 19? 


h m 
10 39 a 
024? 
136 a 
817? 
3 24 a 


h m 
308j9 
514j 
8 21 a 
3 56 a 
9 25 a 


67 1 
62.4 
33.5 
23.5 
45.3 


h in 
6 15 a 
7 14 a 
557? 
Noon. 
839j 


h m 
1052 
016/> 
052 a 
737? 
2 44 a 


h m 
330^ 
517 p 
7 39 a 

317a 
8 45 a 


65.1 
59.9 
33.1 
23.5 
45.2 


h m 
6 13 a 
6 54 a 
511^ 
11 21 a 
759? 


h m 
11 04 a 
007jt> 
008 a 
657? 
2 03 a 


h m 
355^7 
52Qp 
6 57 a 
2 37 a 
8050 


62.2 
67.2 
32.6 
23.4 
45.1 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn. 


(Jranus 





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



s4 

o 


Day of 



. 

H 

- - 
3 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUK. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


G s 


Upper 


X 


Week. 




















Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


y 

A 




I 

- 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon 


Pole Star. 








h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


A m 


h m h m 


h m 


o / // 


A 771 * 


days 


A m s 


1 


SUND Y. 


, 


7 34 


5 30 


8 16 


8 33 


1 09 


4 48 7 40 


8 04 


S16 54 06 


12 13 55 


16. 


4 27 46 


O 

4- 


Monday . 


3 


7 33 


5 31 


9 22 


9 05 


7 08 


4 50 8 50 


8 33 


16 36 39 


12 14 02 


17. 


4 28 49 


3 


Tuesday . 


a 


7 32 


5 32 10 28 


9 36 


7 07 


4 51 9 57 


9 00 


16 18 56 


12 14 08 


18. 


4 19 52 


4 


Wednes. . 


86 


7 31 


5 34 11 30 


10 09 


7 05 


4 53 11 01 


9 33 


16 00 57 


12 14 12 


19. 


4 16 55 


5 


Thursd y 


36 


7 30 


5 35 a,m. 


10 40 


7 04 


4 55 a.m. 


10 02 


15 42 40 


12 14 17 


20. 


4 11 58 


6 


Friday... 


87 


7 28 


5 36 31 


11 14 


7 03 


4 56 04 


10 36 


15 24 07 


12 14 21 


21. 


4 08 01 


7 


Saturday 


88 


7 27 


5 38 


1 29 


11 49 


7 01 


4 58 1 03 


11 10 


15 05 19 


12 14 24 


22. 


4 04 04 


8 


SUND Y. 


39 


7 28 


5 39 


2 25 


pm27 


7 00 


4 691 2 00 


11 47 


14 46 14 


12 14 26 


23. 


4 00 07 


9 


Monday . 


40 


7 24 


5 41 


3 18 


1 12 


6 58 


5 01 


2 54 


pm30 


14 26 56 


12 14 27 


24. 


3 56 10 


10 


Tuesday. 


41 


7 23 


5 42 


4 06 


1 57 


6 57 


5 02 


3 42 


1 15 


14 07 23 


12 14 28 


25. 


3 52 13 


11 


Wednes. . 


42 


7 22 


5 43 


4 52 


2 47 


6 55 


5 04 


4 27 


2 07 


13 47 36 


12 14 28 


26. 


3 48 17 


12 


Thursd y 


43 


7 20 


5 45 


5 33 


3 41 


6 54 


5 05 


5 07 


3 04 


13 27 35 


12 14 27 


27.3 


3 44 20 


13 


Friday... 


41 


7 19 


5 46 


6 12 


4 42 


6 52 


5 07 


5 44 


4 03 


13 07 19 


12 14 25 


28.3 


3 40 23 


14 


Saturday 


15 


7 17 


5 47 


6 47 


5 41 


6 50 


5 08 


6 19 


5 03 


k 12 46 53 


12 14 23 


29.3 


3 36 27 


15 


SUND Y. 


46 


7 16 


5 49 


7 17 


6 42 


6 49 


5 10 


6 48 


6 06 


12 26 14 


12 14 20 


0.6 


3 32 30 


16 


Monday . 


47 


7 15 


5 50 


7 50 


7 44 


6 47 


5 11 


7 19 


7 10 


12 05 24 


12 14 16 


1.6 


3 28 33 


17 


Tuesday. 


48 


7 13 


5 51 


8 20 


8 50 


6 46 


5 13 


7 47 


8 16 


11 44 21 


12 14 11 


2.6 


3 24 37 


18 


Wednes. . 


49 


7 12 


5 53 


8 51 


9 55 


6 44 


5 14 


8 16 


9 25 


11 23 07 


12 14 06 


3.6 


3 20 40 


19 


Thursd y 


50 


7 10 


5 54 


9 24 


11 01 


6 42 


5 16 


8 47 


10 33 


11 01 43 


12 14 00 


4.6 


3 16 43 


20 


Friday... 


51 


7 08 


5 55 


9 59 


a-m. 


6 40 


5 17 


9 21 


11 42 


10 39 09 


12 13 53 


5.6 


3 12 46 


21 


Saturday 


52 


7 07 


5 57 


10 40 


08 


6 39 


5 19 


10 01 


a.m. 


10 18 24 


12 13 46 


6.6 


3 08 50 


32 


SUND Y. 


53 


7 05 


5 58 


11 25 


1 14 


6 37 


5 2010 44 


48 


9 56 31 


12 13 38 


7.6 


3 04 53 


23 


Monday . 


54 


7 04 


5 59 pin 14 


2 18 


35 


5 22 


11 36 


1 54 


9 34 29 


12 13 29 


8.6 


3 00 56 


24 


Tuesday. 


55 


7 02 


6 01 1 17 


3 18 


6 33 


5 23 


pm35 


2 54 


9 12 17 


12 13 20 


9.6 


2 56 59 


25 


Wednes .. 


50 


7 01 


6 02! 2 20 


4 15 


6 32 


5 25 


1 39 


3 50 


8 49 58 


12 13 10 


10.6 


2 53 03 


26 


Thursd y 


57 


6 59 


6 03 3 30 


5 04 


6 30 


5 26 


2 50 


4 39 


8 27 54 


12 13 00 


11.6 


2 49 06 


27 


Friday... 


58 


6 57 


6 04 4 40 


6 48 


6 28 


5 28 


4 02 


5 20 


8 04 58 


12 12 49 


12.6 


2 45 09 


28 


Saturday 


59 


6 56 


6 06 5 50 


6 26 


6 26 


5 29 


5 14 


5 56 


7 42 16 


12 12 38 


13.6 


2 41 13 



[178] 



First Spring Month. ] 



MARCH, 1885. 



11 



MOON S PHASES. 


a 

8 
16 
23 
30 

9 
23 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME, 


tr 
S 

& 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SBMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


^ Last Quarter 


h m 
1 54pm 
37pm 
23pm 
11 40am 

4 00pm 
4 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Irat. 46. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


A Tfflw Moon 


O First Quarter 
O Full Moon . ... 


1 
11 

21 


h m 
5 19 
4 25 
4 06 


^ m 
1 42 
7 55 
8 08 


h m 
4 43 
4 24 
4 02 


h m 
1 12 
7 26 
7 42 


/ // 
16 10 
16 08 
16 05 


/ // 

15 59 
14 58 
16 07 


o / // 

1 18 03 

1 18 06 
1 18 09 


/ // 

1 50 23 
1 50 27 
1 50 32 


(T Apogee 


CPerisree . 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 




MARCE 


[ 1ST. 






MARCH 


llTH. 






MARCH 


218T. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Hi .. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
6 08 a 


h m 
11 12a 


h m 
416 


59.8 


h m 
5 58 a 


h m 
11 21 a 


h m 
443/> 


55.1 


h m 
5 46 a 


h m 
11 28 a 


h m 
609j> 


o 
50.4 




638 a 


11 59 a 


521;? 


54.8 


6 15 a 


11 49 a 


522p 


51.8 


5 52 a 


11 39 a 


5 26 jo 


48.5 


Jupiter 


434j 


11 28 p 


6 24 a 


32.2 


348p 


1044^ 


5 42 a 


31.8 


303jp 


lOOljs 


5 00 a 


31.4 


Saturn 


10 50 a 


626 


2 06 a 


234 


10 12 a 


548j? 


1 28 a 


23.3 


9 34 a 


OlljO 


1 52 a 


23.5 


Uranus 


725/7 


131 a 


7 33 a 


45.0 


643^ 


051 a 


6 53 a 


44.8 


601/> 


.009 a 


6130 


44. t 



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



55 




Day of 




TOKONTO. yUJSBKU. 


UAJNAIJA. 


sSujj. Moox. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


(t B 


Upper 




Week. 


. 














Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 







- 


Rises. Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


lises. 


Sets. 


Rises, 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


Noon. 


Pole Star. 


o a 


1 






















i 


h m h m 


h m 


h m 


h in 


h m 


h TO 


h m 


/ // 


h m M 


days 


h m i 


iSUND Y. 60|6 546 07 


7 00 


1 00 


6 24 


5 31 


6 26 


6 29 


S 7 19 28 


12 12 25 


14.6 


2 37 19 


2 Mond *v . 


616 526 08 


8 08 


7 33 


6 225 32 


7 36 


7 00 6 56 35 


12 12 13 


15.6 


2 33 23 


3 Tuesday. 62 


6 51 >6 10 


9 14 


8 05 


6 2ll5 34 


8 44 


7 30 6 33 35 


12 12 00 


16.6 


2 29 27 


1 Wednes... 63 6 496 11 


10 16 


8 38 


6 195 35 


9 48 


8 01 


6 10 28 


12 11 46 


17.6 


2 25 31 


o Thursd v 


64 


6 476 12 


11 15 


9 10 


6 175 36 


10 49 


8 52 


5 46 18 


12 11 33 


18.6 


2 21 35 


6 


Friday ... 


65 


6 456 13 


a.m. 


9 46 


6 15 


5 38 


11 48 


9 06 


5 24 03 


12 11 18 


19.6 


2 17 39 


m 

i 


Satur d y. 


66|6 446 15 


14 


10 24 


6 13 


5 39 


a.m. 


9 43 


5 00 43 


12 11 04 


20.6 


2 13 43 


8 


SUND Y. 


67 


6 426 16 


1 08 


11 06 


6 11 


5 41 


44 


10 24 


4 36 19 


12 10 49 


21.6 


2 09 47 


9 


Monday . 


58 


6 406 17 


1 59 


11 51 


6 09 


5 42 


1 35 


11 09 


4 13 52 


12 10 33 22. 6 


2 05 51 


10 


Tuesday. 


89 


6 386 18 


2 47 


Dm 41 


6 07 


5 44 


2 22 


11 69 


3 50 21 


12 10 17 


23.6 


2 01 55 


11 


Wednes. . 


TO 


6 376 20 


3 29 


1 33 


6 05 


5 45 


8 04 


pm52 


3 26 47 


12 10 02 


24.6 


1 57 59 


12 


Thursd y 


71 


6 356 21 


4 09 


2 30 


6 03 


5 46 


3 42 


1 50 


3 03 12 


12 09 45 


25.6 


1 54 03 


13 


Friday ... 


72|6 336 22 


4 45 


3 29 


6 01 


5 48 


4 18 


2 51 


2 39 33 


12 09 29 


26.6 


1 50 06 


14 


Saturd y. 


73 


6 31 6 23 


5 19 


4 30 


5 59 


5 49 


4 50 


3 53 


2 15 54 


12 09 12 


27.1 


1 46 10 


15 


SUND Y. 


74 


6 29 


6 24 


5 50 


5 32 


6 57 


5 51 


5 19 


4 57 


1 52 13 12 08 55 


28.6 


1 42 14 


U 


Monday . 


756 28 


6 26 


6 21 


6 37 


5 55 


5 52 


5 49 


6 04 


1 28 30 


12 08 38 


29.6 1 38 16 


17 


Tuesday. 


766 26 


6 27 


6 53 


7 41 


5 53 


5 53 


6 19 


7 12 


1 04 58 


12 08 20 


1.0 1 34 22 


1-5 


Wednes... 


77 


6 24 


6 28 


7 25 


8 51 


5 51 


5 55 


6 49 


8 22 


41 05 12 08 02 


2.0 1 30 26 


19 


Thursi y 


78 


6 22 


6 29 


8 01 


9 59 


5 49 


5 56 


7 23 


9 31 


17 23 12 07 45 


3.0 1 26 30 


2J 


Friday... 


79 


6 20 


6 31 


8 39 


11 06 


5 47 


5 58 


7 59 


10 40 


NO 06 18 12 07 27 


4.0 


1 22 34 


21 


Saturd y. 


80 


6 19 


6 32 


9 23 


a.m. 


5 45 


5 59 


8 42 


11 47 


30 00 12 07 08 


5.0 


1 18 38 


22 


SUND Y.|81 


6 17 


6 33 


10 14 


12 


5 43 


6 01 


9 32 


a.m. 


53 40 12 06 50 


6.0 


1 14 42 


23 


Monday . 


82 


6 15 


6 34 


11 10 


1 18 


5 41 


6 02 


10 28 


50 


I 17 18 12 06 32 


7.0 


1 10 45 


24 


Tuesday. 


88 


6 13 


6 35 


pmlO 


2 10 


5 39 


6 03 


11 31 


1 46 


1 40 53 12 06 13 


8.0 


1 06 49 


25 


Wednes... 


34 


6 11 


6 37 


1 18 


2 59 


5 37 


6 04 


pm 38 


2 33 


2 04 26 12 05 55 


9.0 


1 02 52 


26 


Thursd y 


85 


6 10 


6 38 


2 26 


3 44 


5 35 


6 06 


1 48 


3 17 


2 27 56 12 05 37 


10.0 


58 56 


27 


Friday ... 


86 ; 6 08 


6 39 


3 35 


4 22 


5 33 


6 07 


2 58 


3 54 


2 51 34 12 05 18 


11.0 55 00 


28 


Saturd y. 


87|6 06 


6 40 


4 43 


4 58 


5 31 


6 09 


4 08 


4 28 


3 14 48 12 05 00 


12.0 51 08 


29 


SUND Y. 


886 04 


6 41 


5 50 


5 31 


5 30 


6 10 


5 17 


4 59 


3 38 09 12 04 41 


13.0 47 07 


30 


Monday.. 


896 02 


6 42 


6 55 


6 02 


5 28 


6 U 


6 24 


5 28 


4 01 24 12 04 23 


14.0 43 10 


3llluesday. 


906 016 44 


7 59 


6 36 


6 26 


6 13! 7 30 


6 00 


4 24 37 12 04 04 


15. 39 18 



[179] 



12 



APRIL, 1885. 



[Second Spring Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


3Q 

H 

a 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


03 

h 

5 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


(9 Last Quarter 
New Moon 


15 
21 
29 

6 

18 


h m 
9 43am 
Slam 
6 20pm 
1 Ham 

11 00am 
10 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


First Quarter 


O Full Moon 


i 

11 

21 


h m 
4 20 
3 59 
3 37 


h m 
8 24 
H 39 
8 56 


h m 
3 38 
3 14 
2 49 


h m 

8 00 
8 18 
8 38 


/ // 
16 02 
15 59 
15 56 


/ // 

15 17 
15 22 
16 09 


o / // 

1 18 12 
1 18 16 
1 18 19 


o / // 
1 50 36 
1 50 42 
1 50 46 


(T AnoEree . 


CPerisree 





The Planets. 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


APRIL 1ST. 


APRIL HTH. 


APRIL 218T. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
diet. 


Venus 


h m 
5 33 a 
5 26 a 
216;? 
8 54 a 


h m 
11 34 a 
11 27 a 

914/. 

1121;? 


h m 

528;? 
4l5a 
012 a 
5 29 a 


o 
455 

45.2 
31.2 
28.1 
44.4 


h m 
518a 
6 02 a 
1 32;? 
817a 
434;? 


h m 
1141 a 
11 16 a 
833p 

1039;? 


h m 

529;? 
3 36 a 
11 33;? 

4 48 a 


. 

40.0 
42.1 
31.0 
23.0 
44.3 


h m 
5 04 a 
4 38 a 
053;? 
741a 
353p 


h m 
11 47 a 
11 05 a 
753;? 
320p 
959;> 


h m 
630/> 
530/> 
2 55 a 

4 05 a 


35.3 
39.0 
31.0 
22.9 
44.1 


Mars 


Jupiter ...... 
Saturn 


Uranus 





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



7, 

<fc- 



Day of 

TFAllt 


of Year. \ 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun d s 


Upper 


>, 


W con.. 


x 
















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 


o / // 


h m s days 


h m 8 


1 


Wednes... 


91 


5 59 


6 45 


9 12 


7 08 


5 24 


6 14 


8 43 


6 29 


N 4 47 43 


12 03 46 


16.0 


03515 


2 


Thursd y 


92 


5 57 


6 46 


10 00 


7 42 


5 22 


6 15 


9 33 


7 01 


5 10 44 


12 03 28 


17. U 


031 19 


3 


Friday... 


93 


o 55 


6 47 


10 57 


8 195 20 


6 17 


10 31 


7 38 


5 33 41 


12 03 10 


18.0 


02723 


4 


Saturday 


94 


5 53 


6 48 


11 51 


9 005 18 


6 18 


11 26 


8 18 


5 56 32 


12 02 52 


19.0 


02327 


5 


SUND Y. 


95 


5 52 


6 50 


a.m 


9 43 


5 16 


6 19 


a.m. 


9 01 


6 19 16 


12 02 35 


20.0 


01931 


6 


Monday . 


96 


5 50 


6 61 


38 


10 33 


5 14 


6 21 


13 


9 50 


6 41 55 


12 02 17 


21.0 


01535 


7 


Tuesday. 


97 


5 48 


6 52 


1 24 


11 22 


5 12 


6 2-2 


58 


10 40 


7 04 25 


12 02 00 


22.0 


11 39 


8 


Wednes... 


98 


5 46 


6 53 


2 04 


pm 17 


5 10 


6 24 


1 37 


11 36 


7 26 50 


12 01 43 


23.0 


00743 


9 


Thursd y 


99 


5 45J6 54 


2 42 


1 16 


5 08 


6 25 


2 14 


pm 35 


7 49 06 


12 01 27 


24.0 


00347 


10 


Friday... 


100 


6 43 


6 55 


3 15 


2 13 


5 06 


6 26 


2 45 


1 34 


8 11 16 


12 01 10 


25.0 


1 1 59 51 


11 


Saturday 


101 


5 41 


6 57 


3 47 


3 16 


5 04 


6 28 


3 16 


2 29 


8 33 17,12 00 54 


26.0 


1 ] 65 56 


12 


SUND Y. 


102 


5 39 


6 58 


4 20 


4 18 


5 02 


6 29 


3 47 


3 47 


8 55 09J12 00 39 


27.0 


1 1 52 00 


13 


Monday . 


103 


5 38 


6 59 


4 50 


5 24 


5 01 


6 30 


4 16 


4 53 


9 16 62 


12 00 23 


28.0 


114804 


H 


Tuesday. 


L04 


5 36 


7 00 


5 24 


5 33 


4 596 32 


4 47 


6 03 


9 38 27 


12 00 01 


29.0 


114408 


15 


Wednes... 


1.05 


5 3-i 


7 01 


5 58 


7 44 


4 57s6 33 


5 20 


7 15 


9 59 51 11 59 53 


0.5 


114013 


1C 


Thursd y 


106 


5 33 


7 03 


6 35 


8 534 556 34 


5 56 


8 26 


10 21 06 11 59 39 


1.6 


11 36 18 


17 


Friday... 


107 


5 31 


7 04 


7 20 


10 Oll4 53 


6 36 


6 39 


9 35 


10 42 10 


11 59 26 


2.5 


1 1 82 22 


18 


Saturday 


108 


5 29 


7 05 


8 09 


11 05J4 51 


6 37 


7 26 


10 40 


11 03 04 


11 59 11 


3.5 


112827 


19 


SUND Y 


109 


5 28 


7 06 


9 05 


a.m. 


4 49 


6 38 


8 22 


11 93 


11 23 4611 58 58 


4.5 


11 243] 


20 


Monday . 


110 


5 26 


7 07 


10 06 


04 


4 48i6 40 


9 23 


a.m. 


11 44 19 


11 58 45 


5.5 


11 2036 


21 


Tuesday. 


111 


6 25 


7 09 


11 11 


584 466 4! 


10 30 


32 


12 04 40 


11 58 33 


6.5 


11 1639 


22 


Wednes... 


112 


5 23 


7 10 


pml8 


1 434 44 


6 42 


11 37 


1 16 


12 24 48 


11 58 21 


7.5 


11 1243 


23 


Thursd y 


113 


5 21 


7 11 


] 25 


2 23i4 42 


6 44 


pm 46 


1 54 


12 44 43 


11 58 09 


8.5 


11 0847 


24 


Friday . . 


114 


5 20 


7 12 


2 32 


2 59 


4 41 


6 45 


I 55 


2 29 


13 04 26 


11 57 58 


9.5 


1 1 04 51 


25 


Saturday 


115 


5 18 


7 13 


3 38 


3 33 


4 39 


6 47 


3 04 


2 57 


13 23 57 


11 57 4810.6 


110055 


26 


SUND Y. 


116 


5 17 


7 14 


4 44 


4 04 


4 37 


6 48 


4 12 


3 30 


13 43 14 


11 57 37111.5 


106659 


27 


Monday . 


117 


5 15 


7 16 


5 46 


4 35 


4 36 


6 49 


5 16 


3 59 


14 02 1811 57 2812.5 


10 53 03 


28 


Tuesday. 


118 


5 14 


7 17 


6 50 


5 07 


4 34 


6 51 


6 19 


4 29 


14 21 0711 57 1913.5 


104908 


29 


Wednes. 


119 


5 12 


7 18 


7 49 


5 40 


4 32 


6 52 


7 22 


5 01 


14 39 43 


11 57 10114.6 


104513 


30 


Thursd y 


120 


5 117 19 8 47 


6 164 31 6 53 8 21 


5 35 


14 58 04 


11 57 02ll5. 5 


1041 18 



[180] 



Third Spring Month. ] 



MAY, 1885. 



13 



MOON S PHASES. 




3 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 



5 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAB. 


A Last Quarter 


7 
14 
21 
28 
4 
16 
31 


h m 
3 43am 
10 17am 
45 am 
3 31pm 
5 00am 
5 00am 
7 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45 

/ // 

1 50 45 
1 50 60 
1 50 52 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

AM. 


End. 

P.M. 


A NPW AToon 




O Full Moon 


>i 

21 


h m 
3 17 
2 67 
2 39 


TO 

9 14 
9 32 
9 50 


h m 
2 25 
2 00 
1 37 


h m 
8 59 
9 22 
9 45 


/ // 

15 54 
15 52 
15 50 


/ // 
14 56 
15 52 
15 52 


o / ,/ 

1 18 21 
1 18 24 
1 18 26 


CAnoffee 


ff Perigee 


(T Apogee 




The Planets. 



NAME or 




MAY 


LSI. 






MAY 3 


ITH. 






MAY 


218T. 




PtANST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


A m 
4 52 a 


A m 
11 55 a 


A m 
657/> 


o 
30 7 


A 771 

4 44 a 


A m 
004 


A m 
724p 


?69 


A m 
441 a 


A m 
015j> 


A m 
1 60/> 


23 9 




4 15 a 


10 53 a 


631 p 


3fi 3 


3 53 a 


10 42 a 


532 


345 


331 a 


10 32 a 


532 


30 9 


Jupiter ...... 


016 


7 14r> 


2 18 a 


31 


11 38 a 


6 37 


1 40 a 


31 9 


11 02 a 


600/> 


" m f 

1 02 o 


31 5 


Saturn 


7 06 a 


L ^t 

245p 


1024p 


99 8 


631 a 


2 11 


960 


9,? 1 


5 57 a 


1 37 B 


9 16p 


22 7 


Uranus . 


312z> 


9180 


3 28 a 


44.0 


227 


834 


2 44 a 


43.9 


151 


M. ll ft 

758 


2 08 a 


43 9 



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







i 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


s 


Day of 

TOT 1 


Q 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


C 


Upper 


^ 


Week. 




















Declina 


on Age 


Transit of 


45 




1 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. Noon. 


Pole Star. 








A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


O f ft 


A m s days 


A m t 


i 


Friday... 


121 


5 09 


7 20 


9 43 


6 55 


4 29 


6 55 


9 16 


6 13 


N15 16 11 


11 66 5416.5 


103724 


2 


Saturday 


122 


5 08 


7 21 


10 32 


7 38 


4 28 


6 56 


10 08 


6 55 


15 34 00 


11 56 4717.5 


103328 


3 


SUND Y. 


123 


5 07 


7 22 


11 19 


8 24 


4 27 


6 57 


10 54 


7 41 


15 51 39 


11 56 4118.5 


102933 


4 


Monday . 


124 


5 06 


7 23 


a.m. 


9 14 


4 25 


6 59 


11 35 


8 31 


16 08 57 


11 56 3519.5 


102538 


6 


Tuesday 


125 


5 05 


7 24 


01 


10 07 


4 23 


7 00 


a.m. 


9 26 


16 26 00 


11 56 3020.5 


102142 


6 


Wednes. . 


126 


5 03 


7 26 


39 


11 03 


4 22 


7 01 


12 


10 22 


16 42 51 


11 56 2521.5 


101747 


7 


Thursd y 


127 


5 01 


7 27 


1 13 


pmOO 


4 20 


7 02 


44 


11 21 


16 59 21 


11 56 2122.5 


101351 


8 


Friday... 


128 


5 00 


7 28 


1 46 


1 00 


4 18 


7 03 


1 17 


pm23 


17 15 34 


11 56 17 


23.5 


100966 


9 


Saturday 


129 


4 59 


7 29 


2 17 


2 02 


4 16 


7 04 


1 46 


1 27 


17 31 34 


11 56 14 


24.5 


100609 


10 


SUND Y. 


130 


4 58 


7 30 


2 48 


3 06 


4 15 


7 05 


2 15 


2 32 


17 47 13 


11 56 12 


25.5 


100205 


11 


Monday . 


131 


4 57 


7 31 


3 19 


4 12 


4 13 


7 07 


2 43 


3 41 


18 02 33 


11 56 10 


26.5 


9 58 09 


12 


Tuesday. 


132 


4 56 


7 32 


3 53 


5 22 


4 12 


7 08 


3 16 


4 52 


18 17 36 


11 56 09 


27.5 


95414 


13 


Wednes.. 


133 


4 55 


7 33 


4 29 


6 32 


4 11 


7 09 


3 50 


6 04 


18 32 25 


11 56 08 


28.5 


95019 


14 


Thursd y 


1344 54 


7 34 


5 10 


7 43 


4 10 


7 11 


4 29 


7 16 


18 46 50 


11 56 08 


29.5 


94622 


15 


Friday... 


1354 53 


7 35 


5 58 


8 52 


4 08 


7 12 


5 16 


8 26 


19 00 57 


11 56 08 


1.1 


94228 


16 


Saturday 


136 


4 52 


7 37| 6 52 


9 56 


4 07 


7 13 


6 09 


9 30 


19 14 45 


11 56 10 


2.1 


93833 


17 


SUND Y 


137 


4 51 


7 38 


7 53 


10 53 


4 06 


7 14 


7 10 


10 27 


19 28 13 


11 56 11 


3.1 


93438 


18 


Monday . 


138 


4 50 


7 39 


8 58 


11 42 


4 05 


7 16 


8 16 


11 16 


19 41 26 


11 56 13 


4.1 


93043 


19 


Tuesday. 


139 


4 48 


7 40 


10 07 


a.m. 


4 04 


7 17 


9 2611 56 


19 54 14 


11 56 16 


5.1 


92648 


20 


Wednes . 


140 


4 47 


7 41 


11 16 


24 


4 03 


7 18 


10 37 a.m. 


20 06 42 


11 56 19 


6.1 


92252 


21 


Thursd y 


141 


4 46 


7 42 


pm24 


1 02 


4 02 


7 19 


11 47| 32 


20 18 49 


11 56 23 7. 1 


91857 


22 


Friday . 


142 


4 45 


7 43 


1 30 


1 33 


4 01 


7 20 


pm 55 


1 03 


20 30 36 


11 56 27 8. 1 


91502 


23 


Saturday 


143 


4 4* 


7 44 


2 35 


2 07 


4 00 


7 21 


2 02 


1 33! 20 42 01 


11 56 32 9. 1 


9 11 07 


24 


SUND Y 


144 


4 43 


7 45 


3 38 


2 38 


3 59 


7 22 


3 071 2 021 20 53 05 


11 56 37 10. 1 


90712 


25 


Monday . 


145J4 43 7 46 


4 40 


3 08 


3 59 


7 23 


4 11 2 31 


21 03 53 


11 66 4311.11 90317 


26 


Tuesday 


146 


4 427 47 


5 41 


3 41 


3 58 


7 24 


5 13 ! 3 02 21 14 14 


11 56 5012.1 85922 


27 


Wednes. . 


147 


4 417 47 


6 39 


4 15 


3 58 


7 26 


6 13 3 35 


21 24 13 


11 56 5613.1 


85527 


28 


Thursd y 


1484 41 7 48 7 35 


4 53 


3 57 


7 27 


7 10 4 11 


21 33 50 


11 56 0314. 1 


85131 


29 


Friday... 


149 


4 407 49 8 27 


5 34 


3 57 


7 28 


8 03 4 51 


21 43 04 


11 57 llilS. 1 


84736 


30 


Saturday 


150 


4 407 50 


9 15 


6 19 


3 56 


7 29 


8 51 


5 36 


21 51 56 


11 57 1916.1 


84341 


31 


SUND Y. 


151 4 39 7 51 


9 59 


7 07 


3 55 


7 30 9 34 


6 24 


22 00 28 


11 57 27 17. 1 


83946 



[181] 



14 



JUNE, 1885. 



[ First Summer Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


A 

I 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


30 
t- 
< 

ft 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAK. 


($ Last Quarter... 
New Moon 
; First Quarter .. 
O Full Moon 

( Perigee 


5 
12 
19 
27 

13 
28 


h m 
1 05pm 
5 42pm 
8 48am 
6 18am 

11 00am 
1 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 

Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


1 
11 

21 


h m 
2 23 
2 13 
2 13 


A in 
10 10 
10 20 
10 26 


h m 
1 14 
1 01 
56 


h m 
10 11 

10 28 
10 38 


/ // 

15 48 
15 47 
15 46 


/ // 

14 45 
16 33 
15 16 


o / // 

1 18 28 
1 18 29 
1 18 30 


/ // 

1 50 65 
1 50 57 

1 50 57 


(f Apogee . 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 




JUNE 


1ST. 






JUNE 


LlTII. 






JUNE 


218T. 




PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
4 44 a 


h m 
30 p 


h m 
8 IQp 


o 

21 7 


h m 
4 53 a 


h m 
44 n 


A m 
835 


9*0 8 


h m 
fi OQ n 


A WJ 
58 


h m 

847 n 


o 


Mars 


3 08 a 


10 20 a 


5 32 p 


28 4 


2 48 n 


10 10 a 


^ 32 


2fi 4 


2 30 fl 


i n on /i 


tip 
5Qfl i 


O/i 7 


Jupiter 


10 26 a 




021 a 


31 7 


9 52 a 


4 47 


H41 


32 3 


Q 21 n 


4 i o 


! 1 0*1 n 


00 


Saturn 


5 20 a 


59p 


8 39 p 


22 6 


4 45 a 


2fi n 


8 ftfi n 


22 5 


4 11 tf 


1 1 59 


7 39 n 




"Uranus 


1070 


7140 


125 a 


43 8 


028 


fi 35 OT 


04fin 


43 8 


n 49 


f> flri 


n OR 


43 Q 



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



s 

<*4 

O 

I 


Day of 

Week. 


1 

&x 

"S 
>> 

93 

p 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SDN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 
Meridian. 


d s 
Age 
Noon. 


Upper 
Transit o 
Pole Star. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises, i Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








h m 


h m 


h in h fn 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


/ // 


h m s 


days 


h m s 


1 


Vlonday . 


152 


4 38 


1 52 


10 39 8 03 


3 64 


1 31 


10 13 


7 21 


N22 08 36 


11 57 36 


18.1 


8 36 51 


2 


Tuesday. 


163 


4 37 


7 53 


11 14J 8 54 


3 53 


7 32 


10 47 


8 13 


22 15 20 


11 57 46 


19.1 


8 31 56 


3 


VVednes. . 


154 


4 37 


7 53 


11 47| 9 60 


3 52 


7 33 


11 19 


9 10 


22 23 40 


11 67 65 


20.1 


8 28 01 


4 


Thursd y 


155 


4 36 


7 54 


a.m. 10 49 


3 52 


7 33 


11 48 


10 10 


22 30 36 


11 58 06 


21.1 


8 24 06 


5 


Friday... 


166 


4 36 


7 54 


1811 47 


3 52 


7 34 


a.m. 


11 13 


22 37 09 


11 58 16 


22.1 


8 20 10 


6 


Saturd y. 


157 


4 35 


7 55 


48pm 50 


3 51 


7 34 


16 


pm 15 


22 43 18 


11 58 27 


23.1 


8 16 15 


7 


SUND Y. 


158 


4 35 


7 56 


1 18 


1 54 


3 51 


7 35 


44 


1 21 22 49 04 


11 58 38 


24.1 


8 12 20 


8 


Monday.. 


159 


4 36 


7 57 


1 49 


3 00 


3 51 


7 36 


1 14 


2 29j 22 54 25 


11 68 49 


25.1 


8 08 25 


9 


Tuesday. 


160 


4 35 


7 57 


2 24 4 08 


8 51 


7 37 


1 46 


3 39 


22 59 25 


11 59 01 


26.1 


8 04 30 


10 


Wednes... 


161 


4 36 


7 58 


3 01 6 19 


3 50 


7 38 


2 21 


4 46 


23 03 68 


11 59 13 


27.1 


8 00 35 


11 


Thursd y 


162 


4 34 


7 59 


3 45 


6 29 


3 50 


7 39 


3 03 


6 03 


23 08 07 


11 59 25 


28.1 


7 56 40 


12 


Friday... 


163 


4 34 


7 59 


4 36 


7 37 


3 50 


7 39 


3 53 


7 12 


23 11 51 


11 59 37 


29.1 


7 52 45 


13 


Saturd y. 


164J4 34 


7 59 


5 34 


8 39 


3 50 


7 40 


4 51 


8 14 


23 15 11 


11 59 50 


0.8 


7 48 60 


14 


SUND Y 


165 


4 34 


8 00 


6 38 


9 33 


3 50 


7 40 


5 56 


9 07 


23 18 06 


12 00 03 


1.8 


7 44 55 


15 


Monday.. 


166 


4 34 


8 00 


7 49 


10 21 


3 50 


7 41 


7 08 


9 53 


23 20 37 


12 00 15 


2.8 


7 41 00 


16 


Tuesday. 


167 


4 84 


8 01 


9 00 


11 02 


3 60 


7 41 


8 21 


10 33 


23 22 43 


12 00 28 


3.8 


7 37 05 


17 


Wednes... 


168 


4 34 


8 01 


10 1111 38 


3 50 


7 41 


9 34 


11 07 


23 24 25 


12 00 41 


4.8 


7 33 10 


18 


Thursd y 


169 


4 34 


8 01 


11 20 


a.m. 


3 60 


7 42 


10 45 


11 37 


23 25 41 


12 00 54 


5.8 


7 29 15 


19 


Friday ... 


170 


4 35 


8 02 


pm 25 


10 


3 51 


7 42 


11 63 


a.m. 


23 26 33 


12 01 07 


6.8 


7 25 20 


20 


Saturd y. 


171 


4 35 


8 02 


1 31 


42 


3 51 


7 42 


pm59 


07 


23 27 01 


12 01 20 


7.8 


7 21 25 


21 


SUND Y. 


172 


4 35 


8 02 


2 34 


1 13 


3 51 


7 42 


2 04 


36 


23 27 05 


12 01 33 


8.8 


7 17 30 


22 


Monday.. 


173 


4 35 


8 02 


3 35 


1 44 


3 51 


7 42 


3 06 


1 06 


23 26 44 


12 01 46 


9.8 


7 13 35 


23 


Tuesday. 


174 


4 35 


8 03 


4 33 


2 17 


3 52 


7 42 


4 06 


1 37 


23 25 56 


12 01 69 


10.8 


7 09 40 


24 


Wednes.. 


176|4 36 


8 03 


5 31 


2 53 


3 62 


7 42 


5 04 


2 12 


23 24 44 


12 02 11 


11.8 


7 05 45 


25 


Thursd y 


176 


4 36 


8 03 


6 23 


3 33 


3 52 


7 42 


5 58 


2 60 


23 23 07 


12 02 24 


12.8 


7 01 50 


26 


Friday... 


177 


4 36 


8 03 


7 13 


4 16 


3 52 


7 42 


6 48 


3 33 


23 21 05 


12 02 37 


13.8 


6 67 65 


27 


Saturd y 


178 


4 37 


8 03 


7 58 


5 03 


3 53 


7 42 


7 33 


4 20 


23 18 39 


12 02 49 


14.8 


6 54 00 


28 


SUND Y. 


179 


4 37 


8 03 


8 89 


5 54 


3 53 


7 42 


8 13 


5 11 


23 16 48 


12 03 01 


15.8 


6 50 05 


29 


Monday . 


180 


4 38 


8 03 


9 17 


6 47 


3 64 


7 42 


8 49 


6 06 


23 12 33 


12 03 13 


16.8 


6 46 10 


30 


Tuesday. 


181 


4 39 


8 03 


9 50 


7 43 


3 657 42 


9 22 


7 03 


23 08 52 


12 03 25 


17.8 


6 42 1& 



182] 



Second Summer Month. ] JULY, 1885. 



15 



MOON S PHASES. 


so 

(X 

< 

p 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


00 
t* - 

3 

i 
11 

21 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SKMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


$ Last Quarter 
New Moon... 
f ;. First Quarter 
O Full Moon .. 

( Perigee 
( Apogee 


5 
12, 
18 
26 

11 
25 


h m 
7 26am 
16am 
7 20pm 
9 23pm 

9 00pm 
4 00am 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


MOON. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


BEO 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
P.M. 


h m 
2 17 
2 31 
2 47 


h m 
10 25 
10 15 
10 02 


h m 
1 05 
1 23 
1 45 


h m 
10 32 
10 23 
9 57 


/ // 

15 46 
15 46 
15 47 


/ // 

14 54 

16 45 
14 56 


o / // 

1 18 30 
1 18 29 
1 18 28 


/ // 

1 50 57 
1 50 57 
1 50 55 



The Planets. 



NAME OF 




JULY 


LSI. 






JULY! 


ITH. 






JULY 


218T. 





PLANET. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mei. 
Zen 

dist. 


Venus 


h m 
531 a 


h m 
1 12? 


A m 
8 53 jo 


o 
99 7 


A m 
556 a 


A m 
1 24 p 


A m 

852j 


25 3 


A 778 

6 22 a 


A m 
1 34 p 


A m 
845? 


?R Pi 


Mars 


2 13 a 


9 50 a 


5 27 p 


23 3 


1 58 a 


9 41 a 


5 23 p 


22 2 


1 45 a 


931 a 


5 17? 


21 5 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


8 50 a 
337 a 


339? 
11 18 a 


1029/) 
6 59_? 


33.4 
? 5 


8 20 a 
3 04 a 


307? 
10 44 a 


963/> 
6 25? 


84.1 
22 5 


7 50 a 
2 30 a 


234^ 
10 10 a 


918? 
5 b\p 


34.8 
>?, K 


Uranus 


11 11 a 


517? 


1124jt> 


44.0 


10 33 a 


439^ 


1045? 


44.1 


9 56 a 


401/> 


1006? 


44.2 



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



s 

3 
I 


Day of 
Week. 


S 

O 
>H 

-*-. 
O 

I 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 
Meridian. 


fi s 
Age 
Noon. 


Upper 

Transit of 
Pole Star. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








A m 


h m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


f/ h m s days\h m s 


1 


Wednes... 


182 


4 39 


8 03 


10 21 


8 41 


3 55 


1 42 


9 51 


8 02 


N23 04 50 12 03 36 18. 8 


6 38 21 


2 


Thursd y 


183 


4 40 


8 03 


10 51 


9 40 


3 56 


7 42 


10 20 


9 02 


23 00 22 12 03 48 


19.8 


6 34 26 


3 


Friday ... 


184 


4 41 


8 03 


11 20 


10 39 


3 56 


7 42 


10 45 


10 03 


22 56 29 12 03 59 


20. 8 6 30 3] 


4 


Saturday 


185 


4 41 


8 03 


11 50 


11 41 


3 57 


7 41 


11 16 


11 07 


22 50 13 : 12 04 09 


21.8 


6 26 36 


5 


SUND Y. 


186 


4 42 


8 02 


a.m. 


pm44 


3 57 


7 41 


11 45 


pm!2 


22 44 3212 04 20 


22.8 


6 22 41 


f> 


Monday . 187 


4 43 


8 02 


22 


1 50 


3 58 


7 40 


a.m. 


1 20 


22 38 29 12 04 30 23. 86 18 46 


t 


Tuesday. 188 


4 43 


8 02 


57 


2 57 


3 59 


7 40 18 


2 29 


22 32 03 


12 04 39 


24.86 14 51 


8 


Wednes... 


189 


4 44 


8 01 


1 36 


4 06 


4 00 


7 39 


55 


3 39 


22 25 11 


12 04 49 


25.86 10 56 


9 


Thursd y 


190 


4 45 


8 01 


2 22 


5 14 


4 01 


7 38 


1 40 


4 49 


22 17 57 


12 04 58 


26. 8|6 07 01 


10 


Friday ... 


191 


4 45 


8 01 


3 15 


6 19 


4 02 


7 38 


2 32 


5 54 


22 10 19 


12 05 06 


27.8 


6 03 06 


11 


Saturday 


192 


4 46 


8 00 


4 17 


7 19 


4 03 


7 37 


3 34 


6 53 


22 02 19 


12 06 15 


28.8 


5 59 11 


12 


SUND Y. 


193 


4 47 


7 59 


5 25 


8 11 


4 04 


7 36 


4 43 


7 45 


21 53 55 


12 05 22 


0.5 


5 55 16 


n 


Monday. 194 


4 48 


7 59 


6 35 


8 57 


4 04 


7 36 


6 55 


8 29 


21 45 10 


12 05 30 


1.5 


5 51 21 


11 Tuesday. 


195 


4 49 


7 58 


7 50 


9 35 


4 05 


7 35 


7 11 


9 05 


21 36 02 


12 05 36 


2.5 


5 47 26 


15 


Wednes... 


196 


4 50 


7 57 


9 02 


10 11 


4 06 


7 34 


8 26 


9 39 


21 26 36 


12 05 42 


3.5 


5 43 31 


16 


Thursd y 


197 


4 51 


7 57 


10 12 


10 44 


4 07 


7 33 


9 37 


10 10 


21 16 43 


12 05 48 


4.5 


5 39 36 


17 


Friday... 


198 


4 52 


7 56 


11 20 


11 15 


4 08 


7 32 


10 47 


10 40 


21 06 29 


12 05 53 


6.5 


5 35 41 


18 


Saturday 


199 


4 53 


7 55 


pm 25 


11 48 


4 09 


7 32 


11 54 


11 10 


20 55 54 


12 05 58 


6.5 


5 31 47 


10 


SUND Y. 


200 


4 54 


7 54 


1 27 


a.m. 


4 10 


7 31 


pm58 


11 42 


20 44 56 


12 06 02 


7.5 


5 27 52 


20 


Monday . 201 


4 55 


7 53 


2 27 


20 


4 11 


7 31 


1 59 


a.m. 


20 33 39 


12 06 06 


8.5 


5 23 57 


21 


Tuesday. 202 


4 56 


7 53 


3 24 


55 


4 12 


7 30 


2 58 


14 


20 22 00 


12 06 09 


9.5 


5 20 02 


2-2 


Wednes.J203 


4 57 


7 52 


4 19 


1 33 


4 14 


7 29 


3 54 


51 


20 10 02 


12 06 11 


10.6 


5 16 07 


23 


Thursd y 


204 


4 58 


7 51 


5 09 


2 14 


4 15 


7 28 


4 45 


1 32 


19 57 43 


12 06 13 


11.5 


5 12 11 


24 


Friday... 


205 


4 59 


7 50 


5 56 


3 00 


4 16 


7 26 


5 31 


2 17 


19 45 04 


12 06 14 


12.5 


5 08 16 


25 


Saturday 


206 


5 00 


7 49 


6 38 


3 50 


4 17 


7 25 


6 13 


3 07 


19 32 05 


12 06 14 


13_5 


6 04 21 


26 


SUND Y. 


207 


5 01 


7 48 


7 18 


4 42 


4 18 


7 24 


6 51 


4 00 


19 18 47 


12 06 14 


14.5 


5 00 26 


27 


Monday . 


208 


5 02 


7 47 


7 54 


6 38 


4 19 


7 23 


7 25 


4 57 


19 05 09 


12 06 14 


15.5 


4 56 31 


28 


Tuesday. 


209 


5 02 


7 46 


8 25 


6 35 


4 20 


7 22 


7 56 


6 55 


18 51 14 


12 06 12 


16.5 


4 52 36 


29. 


Wednes.. 


210 


5 03 


7 44 


8 56 


7 32 


4 21 


7 21 


8 25 


6 56 


18 36 59 


12 06 11 


17.5 


4 48 41 


80 


Thursd y 


211 


5 04 


7 43 


9 25 


8 32 


4 22 


7 19 


8 52 


7 57 


18 22 25 


12 06 08 


18.5 


4 44 46 


31 


Friday... 


212 


5 05 


7 42 


9 54 


9 33 


4 24 


7 18 


9 20 


8 59 


18 07 35 


12 06 05 


19.5 


4 40 61 



[183] 



16 



AUGUST, 1885. [Third Summer Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


00 

ft 

fi 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


j 

a 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


($ Last Quarter 
New Moon ......... 


3 

10 
17 
25 

9 
21 


A m 
4 55 pm 
7 14 am 
8 47 am 
25pm 

5 00am 
1 CO pm 


TORONTO. 


QDBEEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance 


Greatest 
Klonga- 
tion. 
Lat 45 8 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg 

AM. 


Knd. 

P.M. 


O First Quarter 
O Full Moon 

( Perigee 


1 
11 

21 


A 771 

3 05 
3 25 
3 42 


h m 
9 42 
9 21 
9 00 


h m 
2 10 
2 33 
2 54 


h m 
9 32 
9 07 
8 42 


15 48 
15 49 
15 51 


/ H 

15 23 
16 27 
14 45 


o rr 

1 18 26 
1 18.25 
1 18 22 


Q f ft 

1 50 52 
1 50 50 
1 50 41 


C Apogee . 





The Planets. 





NAME OF 
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. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
651 a 
1 32 a 
7 19a 
152 a 
9 15 a 


h m 
142;- 
9 20 a 
159?) 
9 32 a 
319^ 


h m 
833;; 
508/> 
840p 
513p 
924/> 


33.4 
21.2 
356 
22.5 
44.4 


h m 
7 17 a 
121 a 
6 50 a 
1 17 a 
8 38 a 


h m 
1 48 p 
9 09 a 
127 p 
8 58 a 
2 42 jo 


h m 
8 19p 
457j9 
805/> 
438p 
845/> 


oo* *- 
21.2 
36.4 
22.5 
44.6 


h m 
742 a 
1 12 a 
6 22 a 
043 a 
8 02 a 


h m 
1 53 jo 
8 58 a 
056;? 
8 23 a 
204/> 


A 771 

8 03 jo 
444/> 
730^ 
403 p 
807p 


o 
43.2 

21.6 
37.2 
22.5 
44.7 


Mars 


Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus 



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



s 

8 
| 


Day of 
Week. 


| 

s 

? 

a 


TOKO\TO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 

Meridian. 


s 
Age, 
Noon. 


Upper 
Transit of 
Pole Star. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








A m 


A m 


A m 


h m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


o / // 


A m s days 


h m s 


1 


Saturd y. 


213 


5 07 


1 41 


10 25 


10 35 


4 25 


1 16 


9 48 


10 03 


N17 52 30 


12 06 01 20. 5 


4 36 56 


2 


SUND Y 


214 


5 08 


7 41 


10 56 


11 39 


4 26 


7 15 


10 19 


11 08 


17 37 03 


12 05 5721.6 


4 33 01 


3 


Monday.. 


21515 09 


7 40 


11 34 


pm44 


4 27 


7 14 


10 64 


pm 15 


17 21 18 


12 05 5322.5 


4 29 06 


4 


Tuesday. 


216 ! o 10 


7 39 


a.m. 


1 50 


4 28 


7 13 


11 34 


1 23 


17 05 21 


12 05 4723.5 


4 25 11 


5 


Wedties... 


2175 12 


7 38 


15 


2 56 


4 29 


7 11 


a.m. 


2 30 


16 49 02 


12 05 41 


24.5 


4 21 16 


6 Tduvsd y 


2185 13 


7 37 


1 02 


4 00 


4 30 


7 09 


19 


3 36 


16 32 30 


12 05 3525.5 


4 17 21 


7 Friday... 


2195 14 


7 35 


1 58 


4 59 


4 31 


7 08 


1 16 


4 36 


16 15 44 


12 05 28 26. 6 


4 13 26 


8 


Saturd y. 


2205 15 


7 33 


3 02 


5 57 


4 32 


7 06 


2 19 


5 31 


15 58 38 


12 05 20 


27.6 


4 09 31 


q 

J 


SUND Y. 


221 i-5 16 


7 32 


4 11 


6 46 


4 33 


7 05 


3 30 


6 18 


15 41 17 


12 05 12 


28.5 


4 05 36 


10 


Monday.. 


22215 17 


7 30 


5 24 


7 27 


4 35 


7 03 


4 44 


6 58 


15 23 45 


12 05 03 


29.6 


4 01 41 


11 


Tuesday. 


223 


5 18 


7 29 


6 38 


8 06 


4 36 


7 02 


6 00 


7 35 


15 05 54 


12 05 54 


1.2 


3 57 46 


12 


Wednes. . 


224 


5 19 


7 27 


7 51 


8 41 


4 37 


7 00 


7 16 


8 08 


14 47 63 


12 04 44 


2.2 


3 53 51 


13 


Thursd y 


225 


5 20 


7 26 


9 01 


9 15 


4 39 


6 58 


8 27 


8 40 


14 29 33 


12 04 32 


3.2 


3 49 55 


14 


Friday ... 


226 


5 22 


7 25 


10 08 


9 47 


4 40 


6 57 


9 37 


9 10 


14 10 59 


12 04 22 


4.2 


3 46 00 


15 


Saturd y. 


227 


5 23 


7 23 


11 14 


10 20 


4 41 


6 55 


10 44 


9 42 


13 52 15 


12 04 11 


6.2 


3 42 05 


16 


SUND Y. 


228 


5 24 


7 21 


pml6 


10 55 


4 43 


6 54 


11 48 


10 15 


13 33 15 


12 03 59 


6.2 


3 38 10 


17 


Monday.. 


229 


5 25 


7 19 


1 16 


11 32 


4 44 


6 52pm 49 


10 51 


13 14 00 


12 03 46 


7.2 


3 34 15 


18 


Tuesday. 


2305 26 


7 17 


2 11 


a.m. 


4 46 


6 50 


1 46 


11 31 


12 54 34 


12 03 33 


8.2 


3 30 20 


19 


Wednes... 


231 


5 27 


7 16 


3 04 


13 


4 47 


6 49 


2 39 


a.m. 


12 34 59 


12 03 19 


9.2 


3 26 25 


20 


Thursd y 


232j5 29 


7 14 


3 52 


57 


4 48 


6 47 


3 28 


15 


12 15 11 


12 03 05 


10.2 


3 22 30 


21 


Friday ... 


233;5 30 


7 12 


4 37 


1 44 


4 49 


6 45 


4 12 


1 03 


11 55 13 


12 02 50 


11.2 


3 18 35 


22 


Saturd y 


234 


5 31 


7 10 


6 17 


2 37 


4 51 


6 43 


4 51 


1 55 


11 35 00 


12 02 35 


12.2 


3 14 39 


23 


SUND Y. 


235 


5 32 


7 09 


5 51 


3 31 


4 52 


6 41 


5 26 


2 50 


11 14 40 


12 02 20 


13.2 


3 10 44 


24 


Monday.. 


236 


5 33 


7 07 


6 27 


4 28 


4 53 


6 39 


6 58 


3 48 


11 54 05 


12 02 04 


14.2 


3 06 49 


25 


Tuesday. 


237 


5 34 


7 05 


6 58 


6 25 


4 56 


6 37 


6 28 


4 48 


10 33 23 


12 01 47 


15.2 


3 02 54 


26 


Wednes .. 


238 


5 35 


7 03 


7 26 


6 26 


4 66 


6 35 


6 54 


5 51 


10 12 31 


12 01 30 


16.22 68 58 


27 


Thursd y 


239 


5 36 


7 02 


7 58 


7 27 


4 57 


6 33 


7 24 


6 52 


9 61 26 


12 01 13 


17. 22 55 03 


28 


Friday... 


240 


5 37 


7 00 


8 29 


8 28 


4 59 


6 31 


7 53 


7 56 


9 30 15 


12 00 56 


18.22 51 08 


29 


Saturd y 


241 


5 38 


6 58 


9 00 


9 31 


5 01 


6 29 


8 23 


9 00 


9 08 49 


12 00 38 


19.22 47 13 


30 


SUND Y. 


242 


5 39 


6 57 


9 35 


10 35 


5 02 


6 28 8 56 


10 06 


8 47 20 


12 00 19 


20. 22 43 17 


31 


Monday.. 


243 5 40 6 55 


10 1411 41 


5 04 


6 26 9 33 


11 18 


8 25 42 


12 00 01 


21. 22 39 22 



First Fall Month. ] 



SEPTEMBER, 1885. 



17 



MOON S PHASES. 


X 

pi 

A 


EASTERN 

STA.VDAKD 
TIMK. 


M 

< 

H 

l 
11 
21 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


(3 Last Quarter 
A NPW Moon 


2 

18 
16 
24 

18 


h m 
15am 
3 42pm 
1 15 am 
2 55am 

9 00am 
5 00 B m 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


1 

Sun. | Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M 


) First Quarter .... 
O Full Moon .... 

(T Perigee 


h m 
4 01 
4 14 

4 27 


A m 
8 35 
8 15 
7 54 


h m 
3 15 
3 32 
3 48 


h m 
8 14 
7 51 
7 28 


/ // / // 

15 65 l6 57 
15 5615 43 
15 59 ! 15 01 


o / // 

1 18 19 
1 18 16 
1 18 12 


o / // 

1 50 46 
1 50 42 
1 50 36 


(C Acosee . 



The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


SEPTEMBER 1ST. 


SEPTEMBER HTH. 


SEPTEMBER 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 

h m 
202/7 
8 33 a 
11 50 a 
7 08 a 
046/> 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dirt. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus 


h m 
810a 
103 a 
5 52 a 
mid. 
7 22 a 


h m 
1 58/> 
8 45 a 
022j? 
7 44 a 
124;? 


h m 
7 45 p 
428/7 
653/? 
324^ 
726^ 


48.8 
22.3 
38.1 
22.6 
45-] 


h m 
8 35 a 
055 a 
5 23 a 
11 24/7 
6 45 a 


h m 
729/7 
411/7 
617/7 
248/7 
647jt7 


o 
53.9 

23.2 
38.9 
22.7 
45.3 


h m 
901 a 
047 a 
4 56 a 
1047/7 
6 09 a 


h m 
208p 
819a 
11 19 a 
6 31 a 
009/7 


h m 
1 15/7 
351/7 
543j9 
Zllp 
609/7 


58.9 
24.3 
39.7 
22.7 
45.6 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



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



Day of 

O T*7V 


& 
>* 

"3 


XORON i U. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


C s 


Upper 


|b| 


" w** 


^_ 
















Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


3 







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 


o / // 


Am* 


days 


h m s 


1 Tuesday. 


244 


5 41 


6 54 


10 58 


46 


5 05 


6 25 


10 16 


19 


N 8 03 56 


11 59 43 


22.2 


2 35 26 


2 Wednes... 


245 


5 42 


6 52 


11 50 


1 49 


5 06 


6 23 


11 07 


1 24 


7 42 00 


11 59 23 


23.2 


2 31 31 


3 Thursd y 


246 


5 44 6 50 


a.m. 


2 49 


5 07 


6 21 


a.m. 


2 23 


7 19 57 


11 59 04 


24.2 


2 27 36 


4 Friday... 


247 


5 45 


6 49 


47 


3 47 


5 08 


6 19 


04 


3 21 


6 57 46 


11 58 44 


25.2 


2 23 41 


o Saturd y. 


248 


5 46 


6 47 


1 52 


4 36 


5 09 


6 17 


1 10 


4 09 


6 35 30 


11 58 24 


26.2 


2 19 46 


6 SUND Y 


259 


5 47 


6 45 


3 02 


5 21 


5 10 


6 15 


2 21 


4 52 


6 13 05 


11 58 04 


27.2 


2 15 61 


7 .Monday . 


250 


5 48 


6 43 


4 13 


6 00 


5 12 


6 13 


3 34 


5 30 


5 50 35 


11 67 44 


28.2 


2 11 55 


8 


Tuesday. 


251 


5 49 


6 42 5 27 


6 36 


5 14 


6 11 


4 50 


6 04 


5 27 59 


11 57 24 


29.2 


2 08 00 


9 


Wednes... 


252 


5 50 


6 40 6 38 


7 01 


5 15 


6 09 


6 03 


6 37 


5 05 18 


11 57 03 


0.8 


2 04 04 


10 Thursd y 


253 


5 51 


6 38 7 49 


7 34 


5 17 


6 07 


7 16 


7 08 


4 42 32 


11 56 43 


1.8 


2 00 09 


11 Friday... 


254 


5 58 6 36 8 55 


8 18 


5 18 


6 05 


8 24 


7 40 


4 19 40 


11 56 22 


2.8 


1 56 13 


12 Saturd y 


255 


5 54 6 34 10 00 


8 52 


5 19 


6 03 


9 31 


8 13 


3 56 44 


11 56 01 


3.8 


1 52 18 


13 SUND Y. 256 


5 55 


6 3211 03 


9 30 


5 20 


6 01 


10 36 


8 49 


3 33 44 


11 55 40 


4.8 


1 48 22 


14 Monday . 


257 


5 56 


6 30 p m 01 


10 09 


5 22 


5 59 


11 35 


9 27 


3 10 40 


11 55 19 


5.8 


1 44 27 


15 Tuesday. 


258 


5 57 


6 29 


55 


10 53 


5 23 


5 57 


pm30 


10 10 


2 47 32 


11 54 58 


6.8 


1 40 32 


16 Wednes... 


269 


5 59 


6 27 


1 46 


11 40 


5 24 


5 55 


1 21 


10 57 


2 24 21 


11 64 37 


7.8 


1 37 36 


17 Thursd y 


260 


6 00 


6 25 


2 31 


a.m. 


5 25 


5 53 


2 06 


11 47 


2 00 07 


11 54 16 


8.8 


1 32 41 


18 


Friday ... 


261J6 01 


6 23 


3 14 


30 


5 27 


5 61 


2 47 


a.m. 


1 37 60 


11 53 54 


9.8 


1 28 46 


19 


Saturd y. 


2626 02 


6 21 3 51 


1 24 


5 29 


5 49 


3 24 


43 


1 14 33 11 53 33 


10.8 


1 24 51 


20SUNDT. 


263 


6 03 


6 19 4 26 


2 19 


5 30 


5 47 


3 57 


1 38 


50 13 11 53 12 


11.8 


1 20 56 


21 


Monday . 


264 


6 04 


6 18 4 58 


3 17 


5 31 


5 45 


4 28 


2 38 


27 52 11 52 51 


12.8 


1 17 00 


22 Tuesday 


265 


6 05 


6 16 6 29 


4 16 


5 32 


5 43 


4 58 


3 39 


04 30 11 52 30 


13.8 


1 13 04 


23|Wedaes... 


266 


6 06 


6 14 6 00 


5 16 


5 34 


5 41 


5 27 


4 44 


SO 18 53 11 62 09 


14.8 


1 09 08 


24 


Thursd y 


267 


6 08 


6 12 6 27 


6 19 


5 35 


5 39 


5 54 


5 45 


42 17 ill 51 49 


15.8 


1 05 12 


25 


Friday... 


268 


6 09 


6 10 7 01 


7 24 


5 36 


5 37 


6 24 


6 52 


1 05 41 11 51 28 


16.8 


1 01 17 


26 


Saturd y. 


279 


6 10 


6 08 7 36 


8 28 


5 37 


5 35 


6 57 


7 58 


1 29 05 11 61 08 


17.8 


67 23 


27 


SUND Y. 270 


6 11 


6 07 8 14 


9 35 


5 39 


5 33 


7 35 


9 06 


1 52 28 11 60 47 


18.8 


63 27 


28 


Monday . 


271 


6 12 


6 05 8 55 


10 40 


5 40 


5 31 


8 13 


10 13 


2 15 51 11 50 27 


19.8 


49 31 


29 


Tuesday . 


2726 13 


6 03, 9 45 


11 43 


5 41 


5 29 


9 02 


11 17 


2 39 12 11 50 07 


20.8 


45 85 


30 


Wednes . 273J6 15 


6 01110 40 


pm45 


5 43 


5 27 


9 67 


pm20 


3 02 32 11 49 48 


21.8 


41 40 



B 



[185] 



18 



OCTOBER, 1885. 



[Second Fall Month. 



MOON S PHASES. 


X 

R 

P 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


1 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


O Last Quarter... 
New Moon 
O First Quarter... 
O Full Moon 
(Jj) Last Quarter... 
CPerieee . 


1 

8 
15 
23 
30 
3 
26 
28 


h m 
6 29am 
2 Slam 
8 21 pm 
4 23pm 
58pm 
6 00pm 
1 00am 
3 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion. 
Lat. 45. 


Beg. 

AM. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 
P.M. 


1 
11 
21 


h m 
4 40 
4 53 
5 04 


h m 
7 35 
7 17 
7 01 


h m 
4 03 
4 16 
4 30 


h m 
7 06 
6 47 
6 29 


/ // 

16 01 
16 04 
16 07 


/ // 

16 10 
15 15 

15 25 


o / // 
i 18 08 
1 18 05 
1 18 01 


o / // 

1 60 30 
1 50 26 
1 50 21 


CADosree 


ff Perigee 





The Planets. 



NAME OF 
PLANET. 


OCTOBER 1ST. 


OCTOBER lliH. 


OCTOBER 218T. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dlst. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
dist. 


Venus ... ... ... 


h m 
927 a 
039 a 
4 28 a 
1010^ 
5 33 a 


h m 
215/> 
8 05 a 
10 47 a 
6 54 a 
11 32 a 


h m 
703/> 
330/> 
508/7 
133? 
532/? 


62.9 
25.7 
40.6 

22.7 
45.8 


h m 
9 52 a 
03lo 
3 59 a 
932^ 
4 57 a 


h m 
224/> 
7 49 a 
10l6a 
5 15a 
10 55 a 


h m 
654jt> 
307? 
433/> 
055;- 
454/9 


66.5 
27.3 
41.4 
22.7 
46.1 


h m 
10 17 a 
022 a 
330 
853/> 
4 21 a 


h m 
234p 
7 32 a 
944 
4 36 a 
10 18 a 


h m 
661/> 

243;. 
358;> 
016;? 
415j 


69.1 
28.9 
422 
22.7 
46.3 


Mars 


Jupiter 


Saturn 


Uranus 



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



& 
s 

s 


Day of 

Week. 


Day of Year. 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


CANADA. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 
Declina 
tion. 


Sun 
on 
Meridian. 



Age 
Noon. 


Upper 
Transit of 
Pole Stiir. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 








h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


h m 


o / // 


h m s \days 


h m 


1 


Thursd y 


274 


6 16 


5 59 


11 41 


1 40 


5 44 


5 25 


10 69 


1 15 


S 3 25 60 


11 49 39 


22. 8 


03743 


2 


Friday... 


275 


6 17 


5 58 


a.m. 


2 30 


5 45 


5 24 


a.m. 


2 04 


3 49 06 


11 49 1-1 


23.8 


03347 


3 


Saturd y. 


276 


6 18 


5 56 


48 


3 15 


5 46 


5 22 


07 


2 48 


4 11 20 


11 48 52 


24.8 


02951 


4 


SUND Y. 


277 


6 19 


5 54 


1 56 


3 55 


5 48 


5 20 


1 17 


3 26 


4 35 30 


11 48 34 


25. 8 


02565 


6 


Monday . 


278 


6 20 


5 52 


3 08 


4 32 


5 50 


5 18 


2 30 


4 01 


4 58 38 


11 48 16 


26. 8 


021 59 


6 


Tuesday. 


279 


6 22 


5 50 


4 18 


5 07 


5 51 


5 16 


3 43 


4 34 


5 21 41 


11 47 69 


27.8 


1803 


7 


vVedued... 


280 


6 23 


5 49 


5 27 


6 40 


5 52 


5 14 


4 53 


5 07 


5 44 40 


11 47 42 


28.8 


01407 


8 


Thursd y 


281 


6 24 


5 47 


6 35 


6 13 


5 53 


5 12 


6 03 


5 36 


6 07 35 


11 47 2b 


0.4 


010 11 


9 


Friday.... 


282 


6 25 


5 45 


7 41 


6 49 


5 55 


5 10 


7 11 


6 10 


6 30 25 


11 47 10 


1.4 


00616 


10 


Saturd y 


283 


6 26 


5 48 


8 46 


7 26 


5 56 


5 08 


8 17 


6 45 


6 53 ]0 


11 46 54 


2.4 


00221 
11 58 2 


11 


SUND Y. 


284 


6 28 


5 42 


9 46 


8 05 


5 58 


5 06 


9 19 


7 24 


7 15 5 


11 46 39 


3.4 ll 54 30 


12 


Monday . 


285 


6 29 


5 40 


10 44 


9 49 


6 on 


5 04 


10 18 


8 06 


7 38 23 


11 46 24 


4.4 


11 5034 


13 


Tuesday. 


286 


6 30 


5 38 


11 37 


9 33 


6 01 


5 02 


11 12 


8 50 


8 00 50 


11 46 10 


5.4 


1 1 46 38 


14 


Vednes. . 


287 


6 31 


5 37 


pm 25 


10 22 


6 02 


5 00 


pmOl 


9 39 


8 23 11 


11 45 57 


6.4 


11 4242 


15 


Thursd y 


288 


6 32 


5 35 


1 09 


11 14 


6 03 


4 59 


43 


10 32 


8 45 24 


11 45 44 


7.4) 11 38 46 


16 


Friday.... 


289 


6 34 


5 38 


1 5( 


a.m. 


6 04 


4 57 


1 23 


11 29 


9 07 30 


11 45 3) 


8.4 


11 3450 


17 


Saturd y 


290 


6 35 


5 3! 


2 25 


10 


6 06 


4 55 


1 58 


a.m. 


9 29 27 


11 45 1^ 


9.4 


11 3054 


18 


SUND Y. 


291 


6 36 


5 2V 


2 58 


1 04 


6 08 


4 53 


2 29 


25 


9 51 4d 


11 45 08 


10.4 


11 2658 


19 


Monday 


292 


6 38 


5 28 


3 29 


2 02 


6 09 


4. 51 


2 58 


1 24 


10 12 58 


11 44 57 


11.4 


1 1 23 02 


20 


Tuesday. 


293 


6 39 


5 27 


3 59 


3 03 


6 11 


4 49 


3 27 


2 27 


10 34 29 


11 44 47 


12.4 


11 1906 


21 


Wednes... 


294 


6 40 


5 25 


4 30 


4 04 


6 12 


4 47 


3 50 


3 30 


10 55 52 


11 44 37 


13.4 


11 1510 


22 


Thursd y 


295 


6 41 


5 24 


5 01 


5 08 


6 13 


4 45 


4 25 


4 36 


11 17 04 


11 44 2! 


14 4 


11 H 14 


23 


Friday... 


296 


6 4 


5 2 - 


5 3-3 


6 14 


6 14 


4 44 


4 57 


5 43 


11 38 06 


11 44 20 


15.4 


1 1 07 1 8 


24 


Saturd y 


297 


6 44 


5 2] 


6 11 


7 20 


6 16 


4 42 


5 32 


6 61 


11 58 58 


11 44 13 


16.4 


11 0322 


25 


SUND Y. 


2986 45 


5 19 


6 54 


8 27 


6 17 


4 41 


6 13 


8 00 


12 19 38 


11 44 06 


17.4 


1 59 26 


26 


Monday . 


299 


6 46 


5 18 


7 40 


9 34 


6 18 


4 39 


6 58 


9 08 


12 40 08 


11 44 Oi 


18.4 


105530 


27 


Tuesday. 


300 


6 47 


5 16 


8 34 


10 37 


6 20 


4 37 


7 51 


10 12 


13 00 24 


11 43 55 


19.4 


1051 34 


28 


VVednes. 


301 


6 49 


5 15 


9 35 


11 37 


6 21 


4 35 


8 53 


11 12 


13 20 31 


11 43 50 


20.4 


104/38 


29 


Thursd y 


302 


6 50 


5 13 


10 41 


pm29 


6 23 


4 33 


9 59 


pm 03 


13 40 23 


11 43 47 


21.4 


104342 


30 


Friday... 


303 


6 52 


5 12 


11 47 


1 15 


6 25 


4 32 


11 07 


49 


14 00 04 


11 43 44 


22.4 


103946 


31 


Saturd y. 


304 


6 53 


5 11! am 


1 56 


6 27 


4 31 a.m. 


1 27 


14 19 31 


11 43 42 


23 4 


10355Q 



[186] 



Third Fall Month. ] 



NOVEMBER, 1885. 



19 



MOON S PHASES. 


te 

1 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


OQ 
IH 

P 


Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


FOLK STAB. 




6 
14 

22 

28 

12 
24 


h m 
4 03pm 
5 00pm 
4 39am 
8 57pm 

9 00pm 
4 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 

/ // 

16 10 
16 12 
16 14 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 

Elonga 
tion 
Lat. 45 


Beg. 

AM. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

PM. 


f) First Quarter 


Full Moon 
O Last Quarter 


1 
11 

21 


h m 
o 17 
5 29 
5 40 


h m 
6 46 
6 36 
6 29 


h m 
4 45 

4 58 
5 10 


h m 
6 12 
6 CO 
5 52 


/ // 

16 02 

14 49 
16 08 


o / // 

1 17 57 

1 17 53 
1 ]7 50 


/ // 

1 50 15 
1 50 09 
1 50 05 





The Planets. 



K AME OF 
PLANET. 


NOVEMBER IST. 


NOVEMBER lliH. 


NOVEMBER 21ST. 


Rises. 


On 
Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 
(list. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 

Zen. 
dist. 


Rises. 


On 

Merid. 


Sets. 


Mer. 
Zen. 

dist. 




h m 
10 38 a 
010 a 
2 58 a 
809/> 
3 48 a 


h m 
246? 
7 13a 
9 08 a 
3 53 a 
9 34 a 


h m 
654p 
215/> 
320p 
11 32 a 
3300 


70.8 
30.5 
43.0 
22.7 
46.6 


A m 
10 51 a 
1157/> 

2 28 a 
728 ? 
3 14 a 


h m 

258^ 
6 54 a 
8 36 a 
3 12 a 
9 00 a 


h m 
704 ? 
1 58^ 
244p 
10 52 a 
255;> 


71.2 
32.3 
43.7 

22.7 
46.8 


h m 
10 57 a 
1143^ 
168fl 

Q47p 
227 a 


h m 
308p 
633fl 
8 02 a 
231 a 
8 22 a 


h m 
719j!, 
1 21 p 
208j 
10 10 a 
217 p 


70.4 
33.9 
44.3 
22.6 
46.9 




Jupiter 
Saturn 


Uranus... 



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



8 




Day of 


I 

fx 

"3 


TORONTO. 


UUKBiSU. 


CANADA. 


SON. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


d s 


Upper 




Week. 












Declina 


on 


Age 


Transit of 


> 

a 

P 




1 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Uses. 


Sew. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


tion. 


Meridian. 


^OOD 


ft>le Star. 








A m h m 


h, m 


h m 


A m 


A m 


A m 


h m 


/ // 


A m s 


day. 


h m 3 


1 


SUND Y. 


305 


6 545 09 


56 


2 32 


6 28 


4 29 


20 


2 12 


314 38 41 


11 43 41 


24. 4 


103154 


2 


Monday . 


306 


6 565 08 


2 04 


3 Ob 


d 3U 


4 27 


1 30 


2 32 


14 57 40 


11 43 40 


25.4 


102758 


3 


Tuesday. 


307 


6 57 


5 07 


3 13 


3 39 


6 32 


4 26 


2 41 


3 05 


15 16 25 


11 43 41 


26.4 


102402 


4 


Vednes... 


308 


6 58 


5 05 


4 20 


4 13 


6 33 


4 24 


3 49 


3 30 


15 34 54 


11 43 42 


27.4 


SO 20 06 


5 


Thursd y 


309 


7 00 


5 04 


5 26 


4 45 


6 34 


4 23 


4 57 


4 07 


15 53 08 


11 43 44 


28.4 


101609 


6 


tt 

Friday .. 


310 


7 0115 03 


6 30 


5 20 


6 35 


4 22j 6 02 


4 41 


16 11 06 


11 43 47 


29.4 


1012 13 


7 


Saturday 


311 


7 02 


5 02 


7 33 


5 57 


6 36 


4 20 


7 07 


5 16 


16 28 48 


11 43 51 


0.8 


100817 


8 


SUNDT. 


312 


7 03 


5 00 


8 33 6 38 


6 38 


4 19 


8 07 


5 56 


16 46 13 


11 43 55 


1.8 


L00421 


9 Monday 


313 


7 05 t 59 


9 29 7 24 


6 40 


4 18 


9 04 


6 41 


17 03 22 


11 44 00 


2.8 


100024 


10 Tuesday. 


314 


7 06 


4 58 


10 19 8 12 


6 41 


4 16 


9 54 


7 29 


17 20 11 


11 44 07 


3.8 


95628 


11 Wedaes... 


315 


7 07 


4 57 


11 06 9 02 


6 42 


4 15 


10 41 


8 19 


17 37 44 


11 44 14 


4.8 


9 52 32 


121 Dhursd y 


316 


7 09 


4 56 


11 48 9 55 


6 44 


4 14 


11 22 


9 14 


17 52 58 


11 44 22 


5.8 


94836 


** 

13; Friday ... 


317 


7 10 


4 55pm 25 10 54 


6 46 


4 13 


11 68 


10 13 


18 08 55 


11 44 31 


6.8 


94440 


HjSaturdav 


318 


7 11 


4 54 


5811 50 


6 47 


4 12 


pm29 


11 11 


18 24 31 


11 44 40 


7.8 


9 40 44 


163UNTDT. 


319 


7134 53 


1 28 


a.m. 


6 49 


4 11 


58 


a.m. 


18 39 48 


11 44 50 


8.8 


93647 


16 


Monday . 


320 


7 14 


4 52 


1 58 48 


6 51 


4 10 


1 26 


11 


18 54 43 


11 45 02 


9.8 


9 32 51 


17JTue3day. 


321 


7 154 5i 


2 28 1 49 


6 53 


4 09 


1 54 


1 14 


19 09 19 


11 45 14 


10> 


9 28 55 


18 Wedues... 


322 


7 16 4 50 2 56 


2 49 


6 54 


4 08 


2 24 


2 16 


19 23 34 


11 45 27 


11.8 


92459 


19Thur^d y 


323 


7 184 49 3 31 3 53 


6 55 


4 06 


2 54 


3 22 


19 37 28 


11 45 40 


12.8 


921 02 


20 Friday ... 


324 


7 19 


4 48 


4 06 4 59 


6 56 


4 05 


3 27 


4 29 


19 51 01 


11 45 55 


13.8 


91706 


21 Saturday 


325 


7 20 


4 47 


4 46 6 07 


6 57 


4 04 


4 05 


5 40 


20 04 14 


11 46 10 


14.8 


91310 


22SUMDT 


326 


7 21 


4 47 


5 32 7 17 


6 59 


4 04 


4 50 


6 50 


20 17 06 


11 46 26 


15.8 


90914 


23 Monday . 


327 


7 234 46 


6 26i 8 24 


7 OJ 


4 03 


5 43 


7 59 


20 30 35J11 46 43 


16.8 


9 05 18 


24[Tuesday. 


328 


7 244 45 


7 28 


9 25 


7 02 


4 02 


6 45 


9 00 


20 41 39 


11 47 00 


17.8 


90122 


25 VVelnes... 


329 


7 254 45 


8 3210 22 


7 03 


.4 01 


7 50 


9 57 


20 53 20 


11 47 19 


18.8 


85726 


26 Thursd y 


330 


7 264 44 


9 4111 12 


7 04 


4 01 


9 00 


10 45 


21 04 37J11 47 31 


19.8 


8 53 29 


27 Friday .. 


331 


7 284 44 


10 50 11 56 


7 05 


4 00 


10 11 


11 28 


21 15 31 11 47 58 


20.8 


84933 


28 Saturday 


332 


7 29i4 44 


11 58;pm32 


7 07 


4 00 


11 21 


pm04 


21 26 01 11 48 1921.8 


8 45 36 


293USDT. 


333 


7 804 43 


a.m. | 1 09 


7 08 


3 59 


a.m. 


37 


21 36 07 11 48 40 


22.8 


84139 


30 Monday . 


334 


7 314 48 


1 Ob >; 1 43 


7 09 


3 59| 30 


1 09 


21 45 48 : 11 49 0223.8 


83742 



[187] 



20 



DECEMBER, 1885. [First Winter Month. 



MSON S PHASES. 


K 


Q 


EASTERN 
STANDARD 
TIME. 


5 




Twilight begins or ends. 


SEMIDIAM. 


POLE STAR. 


NPW Moon ....i. 


6 
14 
21 
28 

10 
22 


h m 
8 17am 
1 22pm 
3 59pm 
7 22am 

5 00pm 
8 00pm 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Moon. 


Polar 
Distance. 


Greatest 
Elonga 
tion . 
Lat. 45. 

/// 

1 50 01 
I 49 58 
1 49 55 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


Beg. 

A.M. 


End. 

P.M. 


} First Quarter 
O Full Moou 


( Last Quarter 
CAnocree . 


i 
11 

21 


A 77Z 

5 50 
5 58 
6 05 


h m 
6 25 
6 25 
6 28 


h m 
5 21 
5 30 
5 37 


n m 
5 48 
5 47 
5 50 


/ // 

16 16 
16 17 
16 18 


/ // 

15 38 
14 46 
16 36 


o "/ " // 

1 17 47 
1 17 45 
1 17 43 


(T Perigea 





The Planets. 



NAME OP 
PLANET. 


DECEMBER 1st. 


DECEMBER lira. 


DECEMBER 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 
10 54 a 
1128/1 

126 a 
604/> 
151 a 


h m 
315/> 
6 18 a 
7 28 a 
149 a 
7 45 a 


h m 
73Q P 
Q52p 
181/J 
9 29 a 
139^ 


68.5 
35.5 
44.8 
22.6 
47.1 


h m 
10 44 a 
1109p 

053 a 
522;? 
118a 


h m 
3 18jo 
5 48 a 
6 54 a 
106 a 
7 06 a 


h m 
75Sp 
024j 
055;? 
8 46 a 
lOOjp 


65.7 
36.9 
45.3 
22.6 
472 


h m 
10 26 a 
1049j> 
019 a 
438/> 
035 a 


h m 
Zl7p 
5 22 a 
6 18 a 
024 a 
6 28 a 


h m 
807p 
11 41 a 
018jB 
8 04 a 
02lp 


6*2.8- 

38.1 
45.7 
22.5 
47.3 


Mars 




Saturn 


Uranus 




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







S 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. | CANADA. 


s 


Day of 


(N 

"S 


SUN. 


MOON. 


SUN. 


MOON. 


Sun s 


Sun 


([ s 


Upper 




W66it. 


^ 
















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 


Tuesday. 


335 


7 3214 43 


2 12 


2 15 


7 10 


3 59 


1 89 


1 41 


S 21 55 03 


11 49 25 24"; 8 


8 33 44 


2 


Wednes. . 


336 


7 334 42 


3 17 


2 46 


7 11 


3 58 


2 46 


2 13 


22 03 54 


11 49 48 25. 8 


8 29 47 


3 


Thursd y 


337 


7 344 42 


4 20 


3 20 


7 12 


3 58 


3 51 


2 47 


22 12 19 


11 50 1226.8 


8 25 50 


4 


Friday ... 


338 


7 354 42 


5 24 


3 56 


7 14 


3 58 


4 46 


3 23 


22 20 19 


11 50 37127.8 


8 21 53 


6 


Saturd y. 


339 


7 364 42 


6 24 


4 38 


7 15 


3 58 


5 57 


4 06 


22 27 52 


11 51 02 


28.8 


8 17 56 


6 


SUND Y. 


340 


7 374 42 


7 16 


5 18 


7 16 


3 57 


6 55 


4 45 


22 35 00 


11 51 27 


29.8 


8 14 00 


7 


Monday . 


341 


7 384 42 


8 13 


6 05 


7 17 


3 57 


7 48 


5 32 


22 41 40 


11 51 54 


1.1 


8 10 03 


8 


Tuesday. 


342 


7 394 42 


9 00 


6 54 


7 18 


3 57 


8 25 


6 21 


22 47 55 


11 52 20 


2.1 


8 06 06 


9 


Wednes... 


343 


7 404 41 


9 44 


7 48 


7 19 


3 56 


9 18 


7 16 


22 53 42 


11 62 47 


3.1 


8 02 09 


10 Thursd y 


344 


7 414 41 


10 25 


8 42 


7 20 


3 56 


9 58 


8 09 


22 59 01 


11 53 15 


4.1 


7 58 12 


11 


Friday... 


345 


7 424 41 


10 59 


9 37 


7 21 


3 56 


10 32 


9 04 


23 03 53 


11 53 43 


5.1 


7 54 15 


12 


Saturd y. 


346 


7 43 4 42 


11 30 


10 36 


7 22 


3 57 


11 01 


10 02 


23 08 18 


11 54 11 


6.1 


7 50 19 


13 


SUND Y. 


347 


7 444 42 


11 59 


11 34 


7 23 


3 57 


11 30 


11 00 


23 12 15 


11 54 40 


7.1 


7 46 22 


14 


Monday . 


348 


7 44 4 42 


pm29 


a.m. 


7 24 


3 57 


11 57 


a.m. 


23 15 45 


11 55 08 


8.1 


7 42 25 


15 


Tuesday. 


349 


7 45 4 42 


1 00 


34 


7 25 


3 57 


P m26 01 


23 18 47 


11 55 37 


9. 1 


7 38 28 


16 


Wednes... 


350 


7 464 43 


1 29 


1 35 


7 25 


3 58 


53 


1 03 


23 21 20 


11 66 07 


10.1 


7 34 31 


17 


Thursd y 


351 


7 464 43 


1 59 


2 40 


7 26 


3 58 


1 21 


2 09 


23 23 26 


11 56 36 


11.] 


7 30 35 


18 


Friday... 


352 


7 474 43 


2 35 


3 45 


7 27 


3 58 


1 56 3 16 


23 25 03 


11 57 06 


12.1 


7 16 38 


19 


Saturd y. 


353 


7 474 44 


3 18 


4 53 


7 27 


3 59 


2 37 4 26 


23 26 13 


11 57 35 


13.1 


7 22 41 


20 


SUND Y. 


354 


7 484 44 


4 08 


6 02 


7 28 


3 59 


3 25 5 36 


23 26 53 


11 68 05 


14.1 


7 18 44 


21 


Monday . 


355 


7 494 45 


5 06 


7 07 


7 28 


4 "00 


4 23 6 42 


23 27 05 


11 68 35 


15.1 


7 14 47 


22 


Tuesday. 


356 


7 494 45 


6 10 


8 10 


7 28 


4 00 


5 27 7 45 


23 26 50 


11 59 05 


16.1 


7 10 51 


23 


Wednes... 


357 


7 604 46 


7 19 


9 06 


7 29 


4 01 


6 38 8 40 


23 26 06 


11 59 35 


17.1 


7 06 54 


24 


Thured y 


358 


7 504 46 


8 32 


9 53 


7 29 


4 01 


7 61 9 26 


23 24 53 


12 00 05 


18.1 


7 02 57 


25 


Friday... 


359 


7 504 47 


9 44 


10 36 


7 30 


4 02 


9 0610 07 


23 23 14 


12 00 34 


19.1 


6 59 00 


26 


Saturd y. 


360 


7 51 14 48 


10 54 


11 14 


7 30 


4 03 


10 1810 43 


23 21 04 


12 01 04 


20.1 


6 55 04 


27 


SUND Y. 


361 


7 5114 48 


am. 


11 49 


7 30 


4 03 


11 2911 13 


23 18 28 


12 01 34 


21.1 


6 51 07 


28 


Monday . 


362 


7 51 4 49 


03 


pm20 


7 30 


4 04 


a.m. 11 45 


23 16 23 


12 02 03 


22.1 


6 47 11 


29 


Tuesday. 


363 


7 51 4 50 


1 08 


62 


7 31 


4 05 


36 pml5 


23 11 50 


12 02 32 


28.1 


6 43 15 


30 


Wednes . 


364 


7 62 4 60 


2 12 


1 24 


7 31 


4 05 


1 42 45 


23 07 49 


12 03 01 


24.1 


6 39 19 


81 


Thursd y 


365 


7 524 51 


3 16 


1 58 


7 31 


4 06 


2 47| 1 18 


23 03 20 


12 03 30 


25.1 


6 35 23 



[188] 



1885.] 



METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER. 



21 



GENERAL METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER FOR THE YFAR 1883. MAONETICAL OBSERVATORY, TORONTO, ONTARIO. 

Latitude 43 39 4 North Longitude Oh. 17m. 33s. Wnst. Elevation above Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Approximate Klevation above the Sea, 350 feet. 


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

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


Mean height of Barometer 
Difference from average (42 years)... 

Highest barometer 
Lowest barometer 
Monthly and Annual Rangta 


Mean humidity of the air 


Mean elasticity of aqueous vapour .. 


Mean of cloudiness 
Difference from average (29 years) ... 


Resultant direction of the wind 
" velocity of the wind 
Mean velocity (miles per hour) 
Differences from average (35 years)... 


Total amount of rain 
Differences from average (43 years)... 
Number of days rain 


Total amount of snow 
Differences from average (40 years) . 
Number of days of snow 


Number of fair days 


Number of Auroras observed 


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


Number of Thunderstorms 


Number of hours Sunshine 
Ratio to possible Sunshine 



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[1885. 



TEMPERATURE. 


WIND. 




1883. 


Average 
43 years. 


Extremes. 


1S83. 


Average 
34 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean temperature 
of the year 


4?. 95 
July. 

65.67 
Jan. 

17.46 

48.21 
2.81 
March. 

7.77 
July 22. 

74.80 
Jan. 22. 

2.94 
July 4. 

83.4 
Feb. 10. 

10.5 
93.9 


44.27 
July. 

67.69 
Jan. 

22.87 

44.82 
2.56 
Jan. 
3.83 

77.92 

1.84 
91.0 

-12.0 
103.0 


47.09 
in 1878. 
July, 68 

75.80 
Feb., 75. 

10.16 

3.74 
in 1876. 
Feb., 76. 

12.79 
July 14, 
1868. 
84.50 
Feb. 6, 
1855. 
Jan. 22, 
1859. 


48.77 
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 
in miles 


JN 77 W 
2.39 
10.08 
Jan. 
12.63 
June. 
7.38 
Nov. 12. 
27.29 
Aug. 8. 

2.50 

Oct. 30. 
2- 3 p.m. 

46.0 


N62W 
2.08 
7.64 
March. 
9.71 
July. 
6.56 

25.13 
41.3 


10.54 
in 1880. 
April, 80 

13.88 
Aug., 52 
3.30 

Nov. 7, 
1880. 
41.67 

Nov. 7, 
1880. 
3-4 a.m. 
55.5 




5.10 
in 1853 
Jan., 48 

5.82 
Sept., 60 
6.79 

Dec. 2, 
1848. 
15.30 

Mar. 14. 
1853. 
11-noon. 
26.6 


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


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


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 
velocity 


Hour of greatest 
absolute velocity 

Greatest velocity ... 


Aug. 24, 
1854. 
99.2 
fan. 10, 
1859. 
26.5 
118.2 


RAIN. 




1883. 


Average 
43 years. 


Extremes. 


Total depth of rain 
in inches 


25.734 
124 

July 
5.573 

May. 
19 

June 18. 
1.460 


27.960 
111 

Sept. 
3.444 

Oct. 
13 

1.947 


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 




1883. 


7S E ^eme, 


Moan 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. 


29.649(5 

Feb. 
29.8005 
June. 
29.5318 

Oct. 16. 
30.365 

Oct. 29. 
28.803 
1.562 


29.6170 

Sept. 
29.6625 
June. 
29.5674 

so .sei 

28^700 
1.661 


29.6770 
in 1849. 
Jan.. 49 
29.8046 
Mar., 59 
29.4143 
Jan. 8, 
1866. 
30.940 
Jan. 2, 
1870. 
28.166 
2.133 
in 1866. 


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


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


Days in which the 
greatest amount 


Greatest amount of 
rain in one day... 


SNOW. 


RELATIVE HUMIDITY. 




1883. 


Average 
42 years. 


Extremes. 




1883. 


Average 
40 years 


Extremes 


Mean humid of year 
Month of greatest 
humidity 


77 

Jan. 
84 
Ap. May 
69 


77 

Jan. 
83 
May. 
71 


82 in 51 

Jan., 57 

89 
Feb., 43 
58 


73 in 58 

Dec., 58 
81 
Apr., 49 
76 


Total depth of snow 
in inches 


84.0 
74 

March. 
23.1 

Jan. Dec. 

17 

Mar. 19. 
8.5 


69.2 
64.4 

Feb. 
17.2 

Dec. 
14.1 

9.3 


122.9 
in 1874. 
87 
in 1859. 

Mar., 70 
62.4 

Dec., 72. 

24 

Mar. 28, 

1876. 

16.2 


37. S 

in 1877. 
33 
in 1848. 

Dec., 51. 
10.7 

Feb., 48. 

8 

Fb. 3. 
1880. 

5.3 


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


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


EXTENT OF SKY CLOUDED. 


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




1883. 


Average 
30 years. 


Extremes. 


Mean cloud, of year 

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


0.64 

0.81 
Sept. 
0.53 


0.61 

0.76 
Aug. 
0.48 


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0.89 
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0.57 
in 1856. 

o .73 

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Day in which the 
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of snow fell 
Greatest fallof snow 
in one dav ... ... 



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Co.Ml KNSATION TO StlHiMOlW 

Pacilic Railway Company Land Grant Boi 


TRUST FUNDS. 

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Upper Canada Grammar School Fund 
" Building Fund 
Lower Canada Superior Education Fund 
Widows Pensions and Uneommuted 

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Province of Ontario and Quebec, Subsidy 
" Ontario and Quebec, Special 
" Nova Scotia, Debt Account . 
" Manitoba, Debt Account ... 
" British Columbia, Debt Aceo 
" Prince Edward Island, Debt 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bank of Upper Canada, Liquidation Accc 
Contractors Security Account 
Copyright Duty 
Insurance Companies Deposit Account . 
Quebec Harbour Sinking Fund 
Law Fees, Maritime Court, Ontario 
Seigniorial Indemnity to Townships, Inv 
CoUingwood Harbour, Special Account . 
Morpeth Harbour, Special Account 
Newcastle Harbour, Special Account .. . 
Port Elgin Harbour, Special Account .. . 
Wiarton Harbour, Special Aceount 
Des Joacllims Bridge, Special Account , 

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BANKIN 

Cash Account , 
Post Deposit Account 


Unpaid Certificates 

Specie Reserve Account , , 
Baring Bros. & Co 
Glyn, Mills, Currie & Co. 
Bank of Montreal, London 

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Intercolonial Railway, Opt 
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Canada Pacific Railway, O 


Mennonite Loan, Open Ac 
Icelandic Immigration, Op 
Cash Suspense 
Bank of Montreal, Pro vine 

Nova Scotia Savings Bank 

T- : T>,.,,r, XT f^n 


Widows Pensions, U. C. . 



[193] 



26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1885. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Statement of the Receipts and Payments of Canada from all sources for the year ended June 80th, 1883. 



RECEIPTS. 



CONSOLIDATED FUND. 

Customs $23,208,992 08 

Less Duties 
refunded.. 199,40960 



Excise $6,305,53089 

Less Duties 
refunded.. 45,41456 



Post Office : 
Ordinary 

Revenue .. $1,755,30673 
Money Order. 45,084 64 



Public Works.. $3,102,485 68 
Less Duties 
refunded.. 1,34764 



AMOUNT. 



TOTAL. 



$ c. $ c. 



Cullers Fees 

Mariners Fund 

Steamboat Inspection Fund . 

Ordnance Lands 

Harbour Improvements .... 

Militia 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Bank Imposts 

Weights and Measures 

Gas Inspection 

Premium, Discount and Ex 
change 

Interest on Investments, 
Permanent 

Interest on Investments, 
Temporary 

Fisheries 

Penitentiaries 

Casual 

Superannuation 

Harbour Police 

Fines and Forfeitures, in 
cluding Seizures 

Insurance Superintendence . . 

Dominion Steamers 

Marine Hospitals 

Canada Gazette 

Civil Service Examination 
Fees 

Supreme Court Reports . . 

Law Stamps 



23,009,582 48 
6,260,116 33 

1,800,391 37 



3,101,138 04 

40,162 93 

47,632 36 

12,577 36 

19,402 69 

822 11 

16,681 50 

2,909 94 

4,566 65 

28,601 43 

2,955 25 

83,363 09 
757,650 47 

243,542 49 
21,337 16 
22,156 64 

191,981 55 
46,372 03 
28,060 02 

27,185 56 
9,301 27 
7.327 06 
2,895 17 
2,153 48 

1.696 00 

1,845 00 

842 37 



LOANS. 



Dominion Notes 

Savings Banks : 
Post Office. . ..$7,233,571 17 
Nova Scotia . . 2,776,210 65 
Nova Scotia, 
Interest Ac 
count, Susp. 136 74 
N. Brunswick. 1,566,559 35 
N. Brunswick, 
Interest Ac 
count, Susp. 32 44 

Toronto 432,02738 

Winnipeg .... 756,318 53 
Br. Columbia . 1,381,222 94 
P. E. Island.. 660,27040 



INVESTMENTS. 

Bank of Montreal, Special 
Account 

Bank of Commerce, Special 
Account 



Carried forward. . . . 



189,943 82 



14,806,349 00 



3,000,000 00 
500,000 00 



35,794,649 80 



14,996,292 82 



PAYMENTS. 



CONSOLIDATED FUND. 

Interest on Public Debt . 

Charges of Management . 

Premium, Discount and Ex 
change 

Sinking Fund 

Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Police 

Penitentiaries 

Legislation 

Scientific Institutions . . . 

Arts, Agriculture & Statistics 

Census 

Marine Hospitals 

Pensions 

Superannuation Fund 

Immigration and Quarantine. 

Mounted Police 

Militia and Enrolled Forces . 

Ocean and River Steamboat 
Packet Service 

Lighthouse and Coast Service 

Fisheries 

Steamboat Inspection 

Insurance Superintendence . . 

Miscellaneous 

Indians 

Public Works and Buildings. 

Railways and Canals 

Charges on Revenue: 

Customs $757,245 62 

Excise 278,91051 

Weights & Mea 
sures and Gas 
Inspection .. 
Insp. of Staples 
Adult n of Food 
Post Office 2,176,089 09 

Public Works.. 3,264,876 64 
Dominion Lands 115,746 90 
Culling Timber. 56,228 79 
Minor Revenues 5,445 20 



AMOUNT. 



$ c. 

7,668,552 89 
194,255 80 

93,897 26 

1,290,153 33 

986,721 47 

615,588 48 

18,490 19 

186,424 86 

740,768 26 

112,235 65 

24,730 58 

38,163 49 

49,879 31 

98,446 13 

186,286 67 

437,734 44 

477,825 45 

734,354 25 

438,483 21 

491,546 35 

168,977 35 

16,209 02 

9,874 83 

238,672 86 

l,106,9tU 46 

1,765,255 64 

94,543 59 



73.77703: 
460 17 
9,722 07 



Subsidies to Provinces 



6,738,502 02 
3,606,^72 61 



REDEMPTION. 

Redemption 

Overdue Debentures 

Savings Banks : 
Post Office .... $4,730,995 39 
Nova Scotia . . 2,086,755 09 
Nova Scotia, 

Susp. Acc t. 1 20 

Nova Scotia, 
Int. Acc t, 

Suspense . . 49 

N. Brunswick. 1,033,093 77 

Toronto 340,09295 

Winnipeg 729,747 20 

Br. Columbia. 1,038,942 79 
P. E. Island.. 396,274 26 



INVESTMENTS. 

Exchange Bank, Special Ac 
count 

Eastern Townships Bank, 
Special Account 

Improvement of the St, Law 
rence 

Quebec Harbour 

Graving Dock, Quebec 



6,957,161 54 
100 00 



10,355,903 14 



TOTAL. 



28,730,157 45 



17,313,164 68 



300,000 00 
50,000 00 

280,000 00 
66.540 00 
76,0000" 
771,540 00 



3,500,000 00 50,790,942 62 

[194] 



Carried forward. 



46,814,862 13 



1885.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 



27 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, DOMINION OF CANADA (Continued). 



RECEIPTS. AMOUNT. 


TOTA L. 


PAYMENTS. 


AMOUNT. 


TOTAL. 


Brought forward .... 

INVBSTM KNTS (Continued). 
Merchants Bank, Special 
Account 


$ c. 
3,500,000 00 

253,066 67 
150,000 00 
150,000 00 
150,000 00 
100,000 00 

60,000 00 
539,226 57 

68277 


$ C. 

0,790,942 02 

4,902,976 11 
264,291 53 

138,638 47 

24,054 20 
1,009,019 15 

5,100,000 00 

56,131 80 

- 5,775,778 38 




* c. 


$ C. 

16,814,862 13 
260,139 26 

294,225 15 

13,609,192 66 
562,221 30 

5,071,365 85 

1,428,456 66 
21,368 75 


TRUST FUNDS. 

Indian Fund . 




PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 

Province of Canada, Debt 
Account 


85,609 61 
7,255 80 
23863 
37500 
73474 
225,000 00 
3,043 62 
21,967 75 


Ontario Bank, Special Ac- 


Quebec Bank, Special Ac 
count 


Province of Quebec, Debt 
Account 


Union Bank of L. C., Special 
Account 


Province of Nova Scotia, Debt 
Account 


Molson s Bank, Special Ac 
count 


Province of Prince Edward 
Island, Debt Account 
Province of Prince Edward 
Island, Land Account .... 
Province 01 New Brunswick, 
Subsidy Account, Advance 
Province of Manitoba, Sub 
sidy Account, Advance .... 
Province of Ontario and 
Quebec, Special Account., 

PUBLIC WORKS. 


La Banque Nationale, Special 
Account 


Sinking Fund, Br. Columbia. 
Consolidated Fund, Invest 
ment Account 


. TRCST FUNDS. 

Indian Fund 


263,853 89 
437 64 


Widows Pensions 


PROVINCE ACCOUNTS. 

Province of New Brunswick, 
Subsidy Account, Advance 
Province of Manitoba, Sub 
sidy Account, Advance. . .. 
Province of Nova Scotia, 
Debt Account, Suspense . . 

REFUNDS OF PREVIOUS YEARS 
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 


1,616,632 96 
10,052,502 71 
57,186 02 
396,496 96 
84,071 68 
620,784 65 
4,831 80 
66,616 43 
549,433 29 
40,767 16 
70,419 95 
49,449 05 


135,000 00 
3,400 80 
23767 




P. E. Island Railway 












Welland Canal 


18,702 67 
5,351 53 


Trent River Navigation .... 
Public Buildings, Ottawa.. .. 
Land and Cable Tel Lines . . 

Dominion Lands, Capital .... 




.. 




Canada Pacific Railway Co. 
Bund Account 


4,472,613 85 
598,752 00 




Canada Pacific Railway Co., 
Land Grant Bonds 


4,600,000 00 
500,000 00 


Canada Pacific Railway Co. 
Rails, Advance Account . . 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Bank of P. E. Island, Liqui 
dation Account 


Canada Pacific Railway Co., 
Current Account 


56,961 54 
29,027 35 
9675 

1,000,000 00 
71,989 78 
62272 

182,588 52 
12,654 36 
2,766 39 
13,000 00 
42292 

7,913 06 
40,275 21 
10,138 Ot 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Copyright Duty . . . . 


26040 
1,637 44 
2,380 00 

4350 
1,567 6 

19,402 2 
2,500 
21,0000 
7,340 15 


Bank of Upper Canada, Cur 
rent Account 


Insurance Companies, De 
posit Account 


Bank of Upper Canada, 
Advance Account 


Intercolonial Railway, Stores 
Account, Windsor Branch. 
Law Kees, Maritime Court 
Ontario 


Canada Pacific Railway Co., 
Security Account 


Contractors Security Account 
Copyright Duty 


Manitoba School Lands Act . 
Sinking Fund, Quebec Har 
bour 


Intercolonial Railway, Stores 
Account 


Newcastle Harbour 


Prince Edward Island Rail 
way Stores Account .... 


Wiarton Harbour 


Unpaid Coupons 


Collingwood Harbour, Special 
Account 


Add Balance of Banking 
Accounts. 1881-S2 


12,855,940 91 

) 
- 7,080,1625; 


Owen Sound Harbour, Special 


Off Bal. due by 
Sundry Bank 
ing Accounts, 
1882-83 $7,136,31635 
Less Bal. due to 
Sundry Bank 
ing Accounts, 
1882-83 56 153 7< 


Queen s Printer, Advance 
Account 


Stationery Office, Stock Acc t 
count 


Rails Loan Account 


Unpaid Dividends 


Balance of Sundry Transfers 
through Consolidated Fum 
Statement 














68,061,831 76 


68,061,831 76 



[195] 



DEBENTURE DEBT PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 



[1885. 



DEBENTURE DEBT, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. l.Statement showing that portion of the Funded Debt of Canada, payable therein 30th June, 1883. 



| When Re- <i 
deemable. 


i 

Province 
of Canada. 


I New , 
| Brunsw k. 


$4 
*1 

S5<M 


Prince 
Jid ward 

Island. 


Dominion. 


Grand 
Total. 


When Ke- 
duuiuuble. 


I rovince 

Of Canada. 


.1! H 
M *J 


Priuce 
Kdwnrd 
Island. 


riominion. 


Grand 
Total. 


Past 
Due. 

1883 
1884 
1885 
1893 

Fr d. 


$ 
1,500 
32,000 
4,700 


$ 


$ 


$ 
2,580 


$ 

8,000 


s 

12,000 
32,000 
4.700 
951.920 


Fr d. 

1895 
ISO) 


* 
38,200 


.? $ 

951 920 

38 400 


$ 
2,500 


$ 
646,000 


s 

1,038,620 

38.400 
84.500 
4,262.883 












951,920 


... . 1 "-" 


fU.nOrt 












533,000 


38.000 IVari us 






4,262,883 








2,500 






38,200 


1951,920 


546,000 


1,038,620 1 Tot. 33.200.122,900 -951,920 2,500 4,808,883 5.924,403 



No. 2. Statement showing that portion of the Debt of Canada payable in London 30th June, 1883. 



When 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Total Currency. 


Wh-n 
Redeemable. 


Total Sterling. 


Total Currency. 


Past due 
1883 


7,600 
7,000 


$36.986 07 
34.066 07 


Forward. .. . 
1903 


7,951,036 2 9 
1,500,000 


$38,694.069 21 
7 300 000 00 


1884 


268,200 


1.305.240 00 


1903 


500 000 


2 433 333 34 


1885 


6,671,336 2 9 


32,466,195 87 I 


1903 


1 800 000 


8 760 000 00 


1886. . 


96,800 


471,093 33 ! 


1904. , 


4,000.000 


19 466 666 67 


1887 


116.900 


568,913 33 


1905 Nov. 


1 000 000 


4 866 666 67 


1888 


347.200 


1,689,706 67 


1910. Get 


1 500,000 


7 300 000 00 


1889 


193,000 


939,266 67 


1906, Nov. 


2 500 000 


12 16rt 666 67 


1890.. 


143,000 


695.933 33 


1913 . . 


1,500,000 


7 300 000 00 


1894 


100,000 


486.666 67 


1908. 


4,500.000 


21,900 000 00 















Forward .... 


7,951,036 2 9 


$38,694,069 -21 


Total 


26,743,236 2 9 


$130,150,415 87 






.. 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, ONTARIO. 



No. 1. Balance Sheet, showing the Receipts and Payments of the Treasurer of Ontario during the year 1383, with 

the Co.sh Balance on 1st January and 31st December. 



RECEIPTS. 



Balance 

Grammar School Lands 

Crown Lands 

Woods and Forests 

Casual Fees, etc 

Interest on Investments 

License Fund Account 

Casual Revenue 

Algoma Taxes 

Law Stamps 

Education Department 

Public Institutions 

Central Prison 

"Reformatory for Boys 

A. Mercer Reformatory 

I/unatic 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, Mimico 

Municipal Loan Fund 

Drainage Works, rent charges 

Drainage Debentures 

Tile Drainage Debentures 

Lock-up at Huntsville, Cap. account 

Parliament Buildings, Cap, account .... 
Lunatic Asylum, Kingston, Cap. account. 

Government House, Cap. account 

Central Prison, Cap. account 

Stationery Office 

Amount withdrawn from Special Deposits 



$ c. 

248,174 57 

7,673 11 

64,059 14 

505,547 29 
13,688 22 
76,324 28 
96,460 50 
29,578 S3 
4,106 02 
61,845 02 
28,175 25 

32,142 07 

470 71 

3,75:5 99 

34,920 87 

10,381 47 

3,139 76 

6,231 01 

1,921 55 

240 00 

645 00 

1,333,569 42 

17,15(5 71 

27,322 78 

34 88 

31 66 

24,975 86 

42,580 61 

3.167 39 
913 00 
236 16 
199 92 

69 09 
8,379 94 

3.168 99 
1,941,784 71 



PAYMENTS. 



Total S 4.633,069 69 



Civil Government 

Colonization Roads 

Legislation 

Administration of Justice 

Asylums and other Institutions, main 

Central Prison, maintenance : . . 

Reformatory for Boys, maintenance .... 
A. Mercer Reformatory, maintenance 
Deaf and Dumb Institute, maintenance.. 

Blind Institute, maintenance 

Agricultural College, maintenance 

School of Technology, maintenance 

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, Open accounts 

Railway Aid, 41 Vic 

Do. Subsidy, 35 Vic 

Do. Aid, 39 Vic 

Land Subsidy, 40 Vic 

Railway Aid, 44 Vic 

Municipalities Fund , 

Laud Improvement Fund 

Do. do. (special) 

Surplus Distribution 

Common School Fund 

Drainage Debentures 

Tile Drainage 

Widows and Orphans Fund 

Investments, Special Deposits 

Balance in Banks 



202,898 00 

123,497 47 

133,366 S3 

275,244 94 

379,956 09 

73,046 12 

40,021 17 

33,236 48 

39,519 78 

33,522 44 

43,401 18 

6,292 27 

47,764 41 

130,625 95 

80,600 53 

513,347 65 

3,695 01 

67,131 26 

8,219 65 

103,717 15 

6,044 G l 

- j 50 

158,023 90 

S,7t>5 10 

139,167 08 

25,104 62 

64.306 49 

20,658 33 

21,591 70 

7,453 93 

9,579 58 

! .071 70 

25,000 00 

28,594 83 

2,700 00 

3,645 88 

], 345,410 42 

400,621 54 



Total 4,683,069 (39 



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1885.] 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC COMMERCE. 



29 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, QUEBEC. 

Statement of Receipts and Payments during fiscal year ended June 30th, 1883. 



RECEIPTS. 

Balance in Banks, &e., 30th June, 18S2 .. 

Dominion of Canada, Subsidy 

Interest on Trust Funds 

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

Crown Lands Department 

Justice 

Public Officers 

Licenses 

Legislation 

Lunatic Asylums 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Public Work.s and Buildings 

Casual Revenue 

Pension Funds 

Quebec Fire Loan 

Municipal Loan Fund, L.C I 

Direct taxes on Commercial Corporations, i 
45 Vic., Cap. 22 j 

Trust Funds ! 

Repayments i 

Interest ; 

Refunds 

Special Security Deposit 

Interest on price of sale of Quebec, Mon 
treal, Ottawa and Occidental Railway.. 

Loan under 45 Vic., Cap. 18 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa and Occidental 
Railway Sale of Eastern Section 

Queb ec, Montreal, Ottawa and Occidental 
Railway Sale of Western Section .. .. j 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa and Occidental | 
Railway Revenue 

Consolidated Railway Fund 



8 e. 

379,172 78 

959,252 SO 

55,459 32 

25,000 00 

807,911 66 

218,426 40 

7,080 86 

298,931 19 

4,706 39 

6,623 88 

18,020 21 

2,244 05 

1,572 80 

23,388 03 

701 67 

34,120 10 

15,895 73 
35,272 03 
11,000 00 
10,216 92 
2,955 43 
30,000 00 

259,384 40 
1,116,500 00 

500,000 00 
100,000 00 

54,949 89 
56,146 20 



Total 85,034.932 74 



PAYMENTS. 

Public Debt 

Legislation and Civil Government 

Administration of Justice 

Police and 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 

Engineers for mining purposes 

Agent in France 

Municipal Loan Fund 

Pension Fund ; pensions paid 

Municipalities Fund,C.S.L.C.,Cap. 116,s. 7 

Crown Lands Department 

Quebec Official Gazette 

Stamps, Licenses, &c 

Special Police for Revenue purposes 

Marriage Licenses 

Special Security Deposit 

Payments by Revenue Officers 

Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa & Occidental R y 
Quebec Central R y Guarantee Deposit . . 

Consolidated Railway Fund 

Warrants outstanding 30th June, 1882.. .. 



Deduct Warrants outstanding 30th June, 83 



Balance . 



Total 



$ c. 

889,794 00 

397,100 45 

372,400 87 

63,112 19 

10,476 88 

354,457 00 

500 00 

14,960 00 

10,000 00 

84,768 00 

15,000 00 

76,392 72 

184,528 57 

301,121 61 

38,178 76 

3,108 30 

2,500 oO 

1,799 22 

14,052 01 

3,936 00 

139,035 00 

12,325 60 

15,585 04 

6,000 00 

6,522 00 

30,000 00 

29,352 02 

90,621 90 

112,429 57 

681,958 06 

40,632 37 



4,002,648 14 
93,050 54 



3,909,597 50 
1,125,335 24 



$5,034,932 74 



COMMERCE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

No. I, Statistical View of the Commerce of the Dominion of Canada, during fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



COMMERCE. 



SHIPPING. 



COUNTRIES. 


Value of 
Exports. 


Value of 
Goods En 
tered for 
Consump 
tion. 


Duty a 
Collected. 


Tonnage of British 
nd Canadian Vessels. 


Tonnage of Foreign 
Vessels. 


Total. 


Entered 
Inwards. 


Entered 
Outwards. 


Entered Entered 
Inwards. \ Outwards. 


Great Britain 
United States 


8 
47,145,217 
37,620,399 
2,187,338 
1,786,696 
932,222 
316,458 
72,772 
428,153 
95,360 
10,028 
34,269 


8 
52,052,465 
56,032,333 
765,935 
2,477,575 
1,856,897 
25,040 
8,627 
296,661 
841,333 
803,921 
15,072 
10,609 
1,151,511 
8,165 
2,316,480 
1,809,154 
584,972 
63,349 
104,441 
415,407 
297,201 


8 c. 
9,897,785 16 " 
8,148,267 67 
7,365 17 
931,577 44 
835,092 93 
3,765 57 
247 05 
175,039 05 
156,974 19 
542 10 
5,i41 50 
5,958 68 
512,281 57 
763 57 
824,963 17 
388,556 85 
231,866 95 
34,135 50 
44,340 03 
106,234 50 
535,741 SI 


Tons. 
>-2,468.530 


Tons. 
2,418,707 


Tons. 



1,535,827 


Tons. 
1,549,713 


Total of Inwards 4,004,357 
Total of Outwards 3,908,420 
Vessels of the Inland Waters 5, 797, 5 S 


Grand Total, Inwards and Outwards .... 13,770,735 


Newfoundland 


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


China 


Japan 


Mexico 




South America .... 
St. Pierre 


1,021,867 
190,684 
617,730 
133,697 
164,925 
179,843 
218,113 
195,705 
27,599 
3,000 
66,650 
1,000 
587,835 
631,600 
3,416,724 


France 


Germany 




Portugal 


Italy 


Belgium 


Holland 


Denmark 


Norway 


41,724 
10,304 
1,147,843 


7,312 66 
4 40 
308,495 77 


Russia 


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

Totals 










98,085,804 


123.137,019 23,162.553 29 : 



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COMMERCE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. 



[1885. 



No. 2. Comparative Statement, showing the Total Value of Exports, Goods Imported and Entered for Consumption 
and Amount of Duties Collected in the Dominion, during fiscal years ending 30th June, 1882 and 1883. 



PROVINCES. 


Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1882. 


Fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent rd for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Ontario 


$40,765 921 
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 
1,767,996 
1,459,700 
1,054,601 
679,207 
198,586 
51,755 


32 890,019 
42,642,986 
9,820,332 
7,520,107 
510,469 
3,383,342 
1,318,549 


$44,666,445 
55,909,871 
10,033,929 
6,972,121 
9,326.324 
3,937,536 
682,170 
725,626 


$44,452,804 
47,704,996 
9,042,017 
7,265,238 
9,312,053 
3,866,856 
717,429 
725,626 


$7,664,527 
9,250,349 
1,833,641 
1,514,897 
1,764,805 
908,962 
166,988 
68,137 


Quebec 


Nova Scotia 


New Brunswick . . 


British Columbia . 
Prince B. Island.. 
IT W Territories 


Totals . . 




102,137.203 


119,4)9.500 


112,648,927 


21,708.837 


98.085.804 


132.254.022 


123 137 019 


23.172 308 



No. 3. Total Imports into Dominion of Canada from 
British and Foreign West Indies, including Guiana, 
during fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



PROVINCES. 


DIRECT. 


UNITED STATES. 


Ontario 


$ 80,582 


$108,573 


Quebec 


2 188,165 


201,717 




2 173 095 


7 089 


New Brunswick 


320,992 


21,835 


Manitoba 




809 


Prince Edward Island . . 


2 653 










Total . . 


4.765.487 


$340,023 



No. 4. Statement of Goods in Warehouse under Bond in 
the Dominion of Canada, 30th June, 1883, showing the 
amount of Duty chargeable thereon at that date. 



PROVINCES. 



Ontario 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island . . 
.Manitoba 



Total . 



VALUE. 



DUTY. 



y $5,654,537 1 $2,481,946 39 

j 



$5,654,537 $2,481,946 39 



No. 5. Statement of the value of Foreign Goods imported into Ontario and Quebec via United States, also Goods tht 
produce or manufacture of the United States, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 



ONTARIO. 
DESCRIPTION. 


QUEBEC. 


TOTAL. 


Foreign Goods via United States in Bond ; $9,266,039 


$5,132 793 


$14 398 832 




4" 4 060 


1 201 985 




765 540 


1 354 065 


Goods nroduce of United States.. 23.013^194 


20.97-2 OSO 


43 885.274 



Total ; 33,645,083 27,294,473 60,940,156 

EXPOETS AND IMPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Oomparative Statement of Value of Exports and Imports, Dominion nf Canada, since the Confederation of the Prnvinat. 



Year ending 
_ 30th June, 


Total 

Exports. 


Total 
Imports. 


Ent. for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


Year ending 
30th June. 


Total 
Exports. 


Total 

Imports. 


Ent for 
Consump. 


Duty. 


1868 


57,567.888 
60,474,781 
73,573.490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89.789,922 
81.351.928 
77,860,979- 


$ 
73.459,644 
70,415,165 
74,814.339 
96,092,971 
111.430.527 
128,011,281 
128,213.582 
123.070.283 


$ 
71.985,306 
67.402,170 
7 1.237.603 
86.947.482 
107.709,116 
127.514.594 
127.404.lfi9 
119,618,657 


$ 
8,819,432 
8,298,910 
9,462,n40 
11.843,656 
13.045,493 
13,1117.731) 
U.4-. 1.S82 
15,361.382 


1876 
1877 


$ 
80,966,43? 
76875,39 

79.323 667 
71.491.25 

87.9ll.45> 
9S.290.82:- 
1 02.137-20:5 
98,OS5.8o< 


$ 
93.210.34fi 

99.327.962 
9.5.081,7*7 
819-14,1-27 
8ii,489.747 
I0 >.330.840 
1 19.4195D! 
132,251.022 


t 

94.733218 

96,300,-tS. 
91.199.577 
80341.<iO 
71.782.34 . 
91.611. r,OJ 
112.648927 
123,137,019 


$ 

l-. ,s33,114 
i2.-4S.451 
12.795.693 
1 2.939.541 
14. 1S8.849 
s.r,oo.7S6 
21 708.837 
23,172.308 


1869 


1870 . 


1878 


1871 


1879 


1872 


18SO 
1881 


1873 


1874 
1876 


I 
1883 , 







EXPORTS, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Abstract of the Total Value of <jnnds exported from the Dnrninvm of Canada, during the fiscal y?ar ending 30tt June, 1883. 



DESCRIPTION. 


ONTARIO. 


QUEBEC. 


N. sc TIA. N. BRUNS K 


MANIT BA 


li.COLUMBIA 


P. E.I -.LAND 


TOTAL.. 


Produce of the Mine 


$311 006 


$525 450 


$842.694 $117,(il4 




$1,309,706 


$360 


$3, 106.830 


Produce of the Fisheries... 
Produce of the Forest 
Animals and their produce 
V^ricultural Products 


207,592 
7.825,n9l 
fi,5t .9.242 
13.528.027 
1,099 726 


749 613 
11.529,918, 
12,532,94 1 
14,458.533 
1,633 725 


5.104.264 974.414 
, 1,651.077; 5,205.706 
673.565 405.548 
863.525! 246,229 
642,110 528.050 


$4.051 

454 922 
34314 
14,382 


1,333475 
407,634 
290.248 
6,791 
11 634 


4S3.5I7 
28.385 
2S8.y.V2 
377 614 

184,797 


S,S5 -.926 
26.H4S44L 
21.165.418 
29 515.033 
4,114 424 


discellan-ous Articles 


382,958 


161,729 
600 100 


13,097 42,546 
30,000! 


2,800 


23,854 


3.424 
1,500 


630,408 
631.600 


istimated am ta short ret d 


2.965,777 


450.947 












3.416.724 


Totals 


32,890,019 


42,642,986 


9,820,332: 7,520,107 


510,459 


3,383,342 


1,318,549 


98,085 804 



















1885.] 



IMPORTS, PROVINCES. 



31 



IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, <6c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUB. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCS. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 




34.027,231 


14.944,428 


17,234,091 


510,757 


490,619 


847,336 


7,662,248 98 




10,425,573 


3,111.177 


6,710,242 


22,688 


37,243 


544,153 




















Total $ 


44,452,801 


18,055,605 


23,944.333 


533,445 


527,862 


1,391,489 


7,662,248 98 



IMPORTS, QUEBEC. 

Summary Statement of the Value, of Imports, Duty collected, efc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
YALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 




33,964,459 


18,106.450 


8,334.565 


1,473,126 


1,043,474 


4,988,844 


9,244,252 23 




13,790,537 


5,800,996 


6,448,801 


109,987 


205,910 


1,224,843 




















Total $ 


47,754.996 


23,907.446 


14,783,366 


1,583,113 


1,249,384 


6,213,687 


9,244,252 23 



IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, <c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 




6.550,887 


2,769,597 


2,232,894 


68,884 


3,102 


1,476,410 


1,833,469 99 




2,491,130 


1,109,879 


742,042 


444 




638,765 




















Total $ 


9,042,017 


3.879.476 


2,974,9".6 


69.328 


3,102 


2,115,175 


1,833,469 99 



IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, tc., during the fiscal year ending 3Wh June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OP 
DUTY. 




5,497,078 


2,394,737 


2.255,390 


78,910 


23,000 


745,041 


1,514,885 41 




"1,768. 16U 


800,334 


959,443 


65 




8,328 




















Total $ 


7,265,238 


3,195,071 


3,214,833 


78,965 


23,000 


753,369 


1,014.886 41 



















IMPORTS, BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, c., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 

VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


I THER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 




3.316,(r23 


949,735 


2.034,030 


13,894 


3,604 


318.364 


907,765 64 




550,833 


199 073 


312,415 






39,345 




















Total $ 


3.866,856 


1.148,808 


2,346,445 


13.894 


3,604 


357,709 


907,765 54 



IMPORTS, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collected, <fc., during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 

COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT OF 
DUTY. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


506,703 


319,973 


144.452 


5,042 




37,236 


166,988 42 




210,726 


169,717 


31,856 






9,153 




















Total $ 


717,429 


489,690 


176,308 


5,042 


.... 


46,339 


166,988 42 



IMPORTS, MANITOBA AND N. W. TERRITORIES. 

Summary Statement of the Value of Imports, Duty collfcteii, (c , during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



IMPORTS. 


TOTAL 
VALUE. 


GREAT 
BRITAIN. 


U. STATES. 


FRANCE. 


GERMANY. 


OTHER 
COUNTRIES. 


AMOUNT 01 
DUTY. 


Dutiable Goods $ 


7,725.958 


1,247.556 


6,416.623 


31,679 


2,202 


27,898 


1,832,942 72 




2,311,721 


128,813 


2,175,489 


1,014 




6,405 




















Total $ 


10,037,679 


1,376.369 


8,592.112 


32,693 


2,202 


34,303 


1,832,942 72 



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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. 



[1885. 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, ONTARIO. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value of Goods Imported, and the Amount of Duty collected, at each Port in 
the Province of Ontario, during the fiscal year ending 36th June, 1883. 



POETS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$555,983 


$343,708 


$71,090 96 




$539 267 


$89 959 


*q AOR -in, 




1,501,162 


446,869 


75,075 28 




150 796 


14 443 


2 428 15 


Brantford 


t 313,688 


876,610 


151,994 02 


Niagara 




22,796 


3 176 76 


Berlin 


59,833* 


350,488 


36,769 20 


| Oakville 


84100 


41 949 


3 716 40 




128,114 


8 319 


1 653 08 




211 257 


192 551 


21 320 85 




1,699 399 


963,314 


99 178 16 


Ottawa 


2,444723 


1 562 344 


263 301 36 




650,927 


172,889 


29,198 03 ; 


Owen Sound 


12424 


44012 


6 182 79 


Clifton 


1,428,668 


1,161,997 


166,996 59 


Paris 


121.837 


160 007 


19 560 50 




424,937 


258,100 


33,955 77 


Penetanguishene .... 


148,616 


157,545 


17 375 81 




27 862 


34,435 


6 150 82 




124 738 


164 993 


25 379 59- 




324,306 


333 356 


60,683 00 


Picton 


579 704 


25324 


4 649 76 




121,152 


1,054,536 


61,158 13 




363 , 230 


261 515 


31 114 50 




181,595 


7,223 


986 03 


P. Arthur s Landing 


46.209 


175,783 


19 906 67 




221,670 


117,243 


9,379 86 




204,519 


650,993 


81 783 05 




425,280 


47,554 


10,794 87 


St. Thomas 


306,699 


830,607 


79,897 43 




185,665 


76,523 


13,854 27 , 




293,732 


826,081 


92 584 71 




97.042 


314,276 


26,312 23 ! 




100 384 


81,267 


565 85 




33 045 


20,734 


4,296 68 


Sault Ste. Marie 


227,382 


73,192 


16,718 89 


Fort Erie 


2,666,251 


1,142,977 


201,315 40 


Stratford 


403,840 


270,511 


42.956 24 


Gait 


262 718 


383 009 


46 712 06 


Toronto 


3 481,813 


18 634,451 


3 720 191 77 




113,952 


136 426 


14,031 47 




632940 


54967 


11,648 79 




61.192 


31,496 


4,05 ^ 19 




317,508 


16,953 


2,906 44 




450,514 


546,995 


77,996 00 


Whitby 


572,700 


57,486 


7,560 42 




603,816 


5,187,237 


875,782 42 




632,186 


857,685 


149,268 28 




2,019,130 


184.547 


32,798 14 




900 320 


342,109 


62,192 80 




393 376 


32056 


4941 32 












1,324,355 


1,658,654 


210, 7 61 91 


Total 


29,924,242 


44,666,445 


7,664,527 15 




120,165 


8,406 


679 28 


Estimated Amt. short 










85,093 


61,177 


12,562 06 


ret d at Inl d Ports. 


2,965,77 7 








283 961 


3 052 787 


629 963 65 | 










Morriabure 


358,467 


42,981 


8,520 35 


Total . . 


32,890,019 


44,666,445 


7,664,527 15. 



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, 1883. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 












155,428 
2,009,169 
64,890 
33,861 
254,827 
149,410 
42,344 
1,825 
26,986,442 
378,520 
43,839 
40,825 
9,268,983 
82.690 


$4,513 
230,956 
11,551 
9,876 
35,217 
13,567 
10,198 
480 
47,970,016 
52,074 
30,707 
16,633 
4,976,713 
12.313 


$925 01 
16,892 02 
1,696 60 
1,646 10 
5,174 38 
2,199 85 
820 64 
436 17 
8,181,935 78 
8,643 82 
4,574 20 
3.079 03 
823,213 73 
1.691 77 














Magdalen [slands . . 
Montreal 


New Carlisle 




Potton . . 




Rimouski 



PORTS. 



jRusseltown . 
St. Armand.. . 
St. Hyacinths. 
St. John s 
Sherbrooke . . . 

JSorel 

Stanstead 

Sutton 

Three Rivers . 



Estimat. amt. short 
ret. at Inl. Ports . . 



Total. 



EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS, j DUTY. 


$71,053 
225,417 
77,960 
782,989 
192,651 
230,304 
220,149 
578,109 
400,854 


$8,342 
55,171 
297,476 
461,773 
995,653 
19,354 
74,230 
507,775 
115,283 


$1,895 02 
9,172 54 
17.259 54 
40^570 03 
65,472 39 
3,640 68 
15,136 90 
20,673 85 
23,599 37 


42,192,039 
450,947 


55,909,871 


9,250,349 42 



42,642,986 55,909,871 I 9,250,349 42 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Statement of the Value of Exports, the Value, of Goods Imported, and the amount of Duty collected at each Port in 
the Province of New Brunswick, during the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1883. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DUTY. 




$301,491 


$30.529 


$6.583 61 


Elichibucto 


$217 422 


$26 810 


$6 387 01 


Campo Bello (Wels p) 


186,265 


31,297 


11,844 48 


Sackville 


52796 


45 048 


7,604 50 




71,518 


10,661 


3,150 09 




112,980 


49,372 


1,034 06 




590,269 


96,155 


16,941 38 




16.329 


3943 


644 33 




227,397 


9,657 


3,073 21 


St. Andrews 


18,641 


68,769 


24,036 11 




36,779 


15.889 


2,797 84 




43,677 


5,886 


1,219 08 




114,188 


255,714 


55 817 72 


St. John 


4,247,648 


5,304,873 


988 073 57 


Grand Falls 




10,409 


4,009 53 


St. Stephen 


134.822 


578,771 


80.513 06 




73,843 


6,082 


1,325 59 




89,045 


80,453 


19,720 33 




108 674 


25 961 


3 059 11 












38,450 


251*968 


266,624 92 












837,873 


63,874 


10,437 88 


Total 


7,520,107 


6,972,121 


1,514,897 41 



















[200] 



1885.] 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS EXCISE. 



33 



EXPORTS AND IMPORTS, NOVA SCOTIA. 

"/ Exports and Imports, and the amount of Duty collected for the year ending 30th June, 1883. 



PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS 


DUTY. 


PORTS. 


EXPORTS. 


IMPORTS. 


DDTV. 




$177.835 
344,072 
104.498 
33.623 
97.926 
154,796 
17,291 
255,683 
189,073 
179.957 
5.002.929 
133.772 
364,381 
14.635 
865,932 


$103.310 
116.701 

68,637 
24,883 

16,392 
45.030 
16,277 
113,224 
65.443 
S2.451 
7.206,885 
56.92-2 
: 101.504 
55.303 
204,316 


$27,300 64 
20.350 43 
17.501 22 
3.730 93 
4.427 49 
5.342 12 
2,938 59 
22.236 69 
7.181 88 
1,853 26 
1,375,624 21 
7,269 2s 
8,233 46 
8,763 66 
20,074 96 


Margaretsville 


$20.391 
12S.141 
169,556 
146.928 

113,445 
3.560 
48.108 
51.174 
204,360 
3.334 
lll.Si37 
165.903 
718.132 


$16,857 
140.281 
33,455 
362.617 
17.176 
591 
24.345 
30.553 
42,489 
214,094 
P9 442 
231,425 ; 
623.326 


$2,728 24 
36,656 97 
5.093 30 
57,677 74 
2.690 29 
780 40 
724 47 
3,797 68 
8,418 15 
51,036 85 
7.021 71 
31.742 27 
91.544 42 




North Sydney 
Psrrsborough 






Pictou 




Port Hawkesburv . . . 
Port Hood 










Shelburue 




Sydney 




Truro 


Hal i fix 










Yarmouth 




Total 




9.820,332 


10.033,929 


1,833,641 31 







EXCISE, DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Mo. I. Statement of Tobacco Manufactories, <fc., and the Duties accruing thereon, fr.r tJie year ending 3Gt7i June.lSSS. 



. 

DQ ./. 

H 

z 


Leaf T.ibaceo& other Materials ued. Manufactured. Quantity which Paid Duty. 


Total Uuty 
Collected, 
including 
Licenses. 


I roiluce 
ot 
Canada. 


! ^ 
B & fe O ** 

II III -?^ 

* j _.** rr 


X 

1 

G 


c 

00 


J 


I 

5 


1 

w 


Ontario 
Quebec.. 
N. Br k. 
NovaS.. 

P.K.ISI.. 

Man .... 

Br.Col.. 


7.1 
43 
1 
3 
3 


Ibs. 

19S7to 

. 


Iba. Ibs Ibs. Ibs. 
59 2.795.720 1,498.095 
7,264J2S 1,515.85 : 8.97x749 6.45S.S32 
13.640 1.457 15.037 
171.723 35.5"! 207.524 177. ""7 
144,557 4,486 149.04S 107,704 
1.4oo 125 1.560 
71.U48 71.048 


Ibs. 

433.475 
514,230 
7.555 

Y ^2 
28,809 


Ibs. 
155 689 

: :: 


Ibs. 

2.486,513 
S34.413 
820,171 
124.144 
353 069 
141,919 


425.538 
471.705 
6.500 
126 


Ibs. 


$ 
853,450 
619,197 
148,633 
146,619 
22,548 
62,082 
33.772 


155.689 






2,168 
25,026 









Total. 134 19S765 10,303.592 1,716 38412.21 S.741 S 240.491 964,557 : 155.689 8,631.099 931.063 I 155.689 1,886,301 
N o. 2. Comparative Statement uj Distilleries and of Breweries during fiscal years ending 30th June, 1881, 1882, 1883. 











. Number of p- rtrt f c n ;..;t G -niaHiiari Number of 
5 Distilleries. ed ExciseDuty Breweries. 


Malt 


Liquor Brewed. 


Dutj col 
lected on 


Z 




collected 






[Malt* Malt 


1 


rH | si 

00 00 

3O 3D 


| 


1881. 


1S82. 1883. ! 1883 

1 


ei 

oc 
<x 


:t 

00 

j^ 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


I iquor, 
1883. 


Out... 


10 9 


9 


ImpGall 
3,032.154 


Imp Gall ImpGail $ c. -_ 
4,025,141 1 4,265,358 2,0*1 4,626 00 89 


ImpQall 

SO 85 6,765.929 


ImpGall 
8,297. 546 


Imp Gal Is 
8,936,949 


$ 

264,517 55 


Que . . 






2 .... 


.... 


15,850 1,436,323 97 14 


15 lo 


2.290.968 


2,700.149 


2,681,915 


79,988 52 


\ B 












164 248 54 2 


2 


2 


104 640 


15 660 


1S6 "30 


6 813 81 


\ S 


1 






2.232 




85 178 95 5 




5 


41 91 


1^1 ^O 1 ^ 


?ei sie 


in 7v> 93 


P E 1 












4 845 7 


1 


1 


17 v7n 


og 1001 1R Sn 


ITS ^7 


Man.. 


1 


1 


. , 


5,823 


3,706 


110,611 07 1 5 


6 


7 


170.462 


27g ,486 


367.532 


11.-J14 91 


B C 












27 032 45 8 


S 9 


140 616 


150 445 


187 i;> o 


7 "10 46 


Total.. 


i __ 


















12 lOi 11 


3,040.209 


4,028,847 4,281,20S;3.902,S66 70 125 


126 124 9.931.17 .i 


12036979 


12,757 : 4J4 


411,172 85 



No. 3. Statement of Bonded Manufactures in the Dominion, o.nd the Duties collected, year ending 30f7i June, 1S83. 



INUMJD 

REVENUE 
DIVISIONS. 




No. Liconscs. 


Aniouiiti of 
Liuciisc Kci. s. 


Materials used. Products of Manufactures. 


Duty 

Collected 
Ex-Manu 
factory, 
including 
License Fees, 


Beer, 

Spirits at Wine, 
Proof. Vinegar 
&c. 


Wood 
Xaptha. 


Vinegar at 
4 cents per 
gall. 


Methylated 
Spirits at 
loc. pur gallon. 


Varnish 
$1.90 

pel- Gall. 


Hamilton 
Kingston 


o 
2 

O 

1 
3 

1 
1 
1 


$ 

100 
350 

150 
50 

400 
50 
50 
50 


Imp Galls 
24,174-09 
157,633-46 
59, 
32,751-48 
84,375 74 
9,310-03 

-, "> 
j,.; 


ImpGall 
1,564 
1,866 
19,221 
1,375 
12,203 

121 


ImpOalls 

1,199 
223 

1.151 
3,275 

i,24S 
.... 


t 
Imp. Galls. 
i 4-36 
43,506-13 
-10-17 
21,8 
107,: 
35,2i 
5,7: 
10,288-04 


Imp. Gal s. 
11,303 07 
2,011-18 
J-2-26 
30,07 
153-42 


Imp. Gall. 


A ft 

1,978 58 
1,627 78 
9,257 29 
5,437 67 
12,036 60 
1,192 54 
191 40 
117 01 


105,141-42 


Toronto 






M. ntiv.il 


9,988-97 


Quebec 


St. J oiin 






Halifax 






Totals 






14 1,200 


-.-^ 


11,096 


500,S45 44 


102,76876 


115,130-39 


31,838 87 





[.01] 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 



[1885 



FISHERIES OF THE DOMINION. 

The fisheries of Canada continue to improve in condition and yield. Their total value for 1882 was given at 
$16,824,092 34. whilst that for 1883 is reckoned at $16,958,192 98, an increase of $134,100 64, exclusive of the catch 
iu Manitoba and other portions of the North- West Territory, of which thers are no returns. 

Statement of the Yield and Value of the Fisheries of the under / Provinces for the Season 18S3. 



PROVINCE OF 

532 Li-Is. Salmon $9,576 00 

423.308 Ibs. Salmon, freah, in ic 84,06160 

19,920 Ibs. Salmon, smoked 3.98400 

26,312 cans Salmon, preserved 5,262 40 

721,979 cwt Codfi,-h 3,068,410 75 

1 389 brls. Cod Tongues and Sounds .. 9,723 00 

94,049 cwr. IVltock 329,17150 

246.9t39 cwt. Hake and Haddock 8d4,391 50 

959,6r>0 Ibs. Halibut. 57.57900 

88,608 brls. Mackerel 836.080 00 

114,500 cans Mackerel, preserved 17,175 00 

20.),07 bili. Herring 820,28000 

84.800 bxs. Herring, smoked 21.200 00 

100.000 Herring, li-ozen 45000 

18,346 brls. Alewives 73,384 00 

3.442 brls. Shad 27.536 00 

488 505 Ibs. Bass, Trout and Smelt .... 29.31030 

2,308 brie. Eels 20,772 00 

1,343 brls. Oysters 4,029 00 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

4,870,339 cans Lobsters, preserved $730,550 86 

39 tons Lobsters 1.6r>o uo 

30,000 Lobsters, iu shell 750 00 

1,200,000 Lobsters, live 29,928 00 

8 brls. Fish rtoes. 32 00 

521,859 gals. Fish Oils 339.208 35 

1.698 tons Fish Guano 23,970 00 

43,127 brU. Fish, used as bait 43,127 

23.693 brls. Fish used as manure 11,846 60 

59,290 Ibs. Hake Sounds 59,29000 

Mixed Fish in Digby and 

Ya mouth Counties 18.395 00 

4,366 brls. Squid 17,464 00 

Amount sold in Halifax Fish 

Market. 31,500 00 

Home consumption of vari 
ous Counties, as per return 48.777 00 

Total $7,689,374 75 



73 1J brls. 

340,14 i Ibs. 

3,633 Ibs. 

1 box 

7,490 

245,097 cwt. 
1,312 cwt. 
207 cwt 
245 brls. 
66,2r>5 brls. 
5,030 bxs. 
192.505 
480,859 

96 brls. 
3,149 b.ls 
15.294 brls. 
],*68 brls 
257.708 Ibs. 
525,900 Ibs. 
159 brls. 



PROVINCE 

Salmon, pickled $10,972 50 

Salmon, fresh in ice 23,809 94 

S. ilrnori, preserved, in cans . 514 95 

Salmon, smoked 10 00 

Salmon, fresh ll.SJa 00 

Cod 980,388 00 

Haddock C.248 00 

Ling 828 00 

Halibut 1.470 00 

Herring, pickled 296,096 00 

Hen ing, smoked 1,257 50 

Shad 17,819 75 

Eels 48,085 90 

Kels, pickled 7H8 00 

Mackerel 25,192 00 



Sardines. 
Sturgeon 
Sturgeon 

Trout 

Trout 



45.896 00 

9.330 00 

12,885 40 

35.740 00 

1.272 00 



OF QUEBEC 

21.500 

14,050 doz. 

45,512 Ibs. 
149,650 Ibs. 
181,783 Ibs. 
268.766 Ibs. 
454.820 His. 
4.000 brls. 
409 brls. 
606.154 Ibs. 

16,470 bils. 

19,136 
87 

257.889 gals. 
106.868 brls. 

18,996 brls. 



Winnonish 

Bar and U hitefi*h 

Whirefi-h 

Maskiuonge 

Bass. 

1 ii kerel 

Pike 

Tom Cod 

Cod Tongues and Sounds. . . 

Lobsters, canned 

Small and Mixed Fish 

Setl Skius 

Porpoise Skins 

Fish Oils 

Fivh, used as bait manure 
Fish, used for local con 
sumption 



$5 375 00 

37,5*52 50 

3,6 to 96 

.1,972 00 

14 542 64 

20,845 28 

21,601 00 

6.000 "0 

3.681 00 

90,923 00 

59 344 00 

19,136 00 

298 00 

153.951 80 

95,291 00 

75.984 00 



Total $2,138,997 12 



PROVINCE 

26,702 cwt. Codfish 

46,440 brls. Hen ing 

7,968 cans Herring, preserved 

28.170 brls. Mackerel 

351,933 cans Mackerel, preserved 

47.500 Ibs Haddock 

9.036 cwt. Hake 

7,630 Ibs. Salmon, fresh . 

300 cans Salmon 

659 brls. Alewives 

4,500 Ibs. Halibut 



OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



$113,483 

1S5.760 

956 

281,700 

42,231 

2.850 

31,720 

1,144 

75 

2,306 
270 



fiO 

oo 

[6 
00 

,..; 

:.n 
50 
00 
50 
00 



43.88U Ibs. 
55,450 Ibs. 
55,6oO Ibs. 
400 Ibs. 
38,X80 brls 
3,844.573 !bs. 
15,612 Ibs. 
17.193 gals. Fish Oil 
1,338 tens Manure 



Trout $2.632 00 

Smelts 3.327 00 

Eels 3336 00 

Shad 2t 00 

Oysters 116,640 09 

Lobsters, preserved 461.348 76 

Cod ami Hake Souuds 111. 147 80 

11.175 45 

1.338 00 



Total $1.272 467 93 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



1,862 brls. Whitefish $18,620 00 

8,0745:0 Ibs. WhitHfish 245,961 60 

3,940 brls. Trout 39,400 00 

3,941,1591bs. Trout 315.29272 

19.414 brls. Herring and Sciscos 97^070 00 

621.420 Ibs. Mitskinonge 37.2 5 20 

689,4 tS Ibs. Bass 41,36448 

l,3fi.273 Ibs Pickerel 82.096 38 



4-5,200 Ibs. Pike $23,76000 

589.330 Ibs. Sturgeon 29.46650 

15,230 brls. Coarse Fish and Mixed Finn 60,920 00 
Fish, used for local con 
sumption 35.796 00 

Total $1,027,032 88 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Salmon $1,211,026 22 

150 brls. Mixed Fish, pickled 900 00 

Herring 5,925 50 

Trout, fresh 4,501 00 

Sturgeon, fresh 4, 37 60 

Claras, canned 1,080 00 

Haddock 27.900 00 

Halibut, fresh, in ice 1,500 00 

25,000 Ibs. Whiting 1,53000 

Oolfv. mns, pickld 1.517 50 

Oolahans. smoked 4.050 00 

CMa-hans. fr-sh 1,800 00 



64,300 Ibs. 

68.960 Ibs. 

8,640 Ibs. 



4.050 bxs. 
30.000 Ibs. 



9,195 Fur Seal Skins $91,95000 

2,900 Hair Swal Skins 1.45000 

96 Sea Otter Skins 4 800 00 

282,719 gals. Fish oil* 119,747 60 

Fresh Fish. Sold in Markets 105,000 00 
Fish for home consumption, 

Chinese lab 

20 tons Fish Scrap, dried 

25,500 Ibs. Fish, fresh, assorted 



54.000 00 

3 U 00 

1,530 00 



Total $1,644,645 42 



[202J 



1885.] 



FISHERIES EMIGRATION RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



35 



PROVINCE OF 

81.136 cwt. Codfish $344,828 

Herring 834,331 

4.166 brls Mackerel 41.660 

235.310 cans Mackerel, preserved 35,446 

17.22 cwt. Haddock 59,577 

11.524 cwt. Pollock 40.334 

37,218 cwt. Hake 130,263 

27,900 Ibs. Halibut 1 ,674 

Salmon 155.824 

brls. Alewives 74.81)8 

Ibs. Trout 3,363 

Ibs. Smelt 229.367 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



18,702 

56,055 

3,822,793 

3,634i 

1,07 Si 

125,280 

37,717 



brls. Shad 29.076 

hrls. Kels 9,7 6 

Ibs. Sturgeon 7.516 

hds Sardines 301,736 



o 

/ 
i 
5 



" 

00 

I 

. 

80 



343,112 Ibs. Bass. &c $2058672 

10.317 brls. Oysters 30.951 00 

4,042.954 cans Lobsters, preserved 60*i.4<3 10 

925 tons Lobsters 27.750 00 

147 brls. C -d Tongues and Sounds... 1,029 00 

40.785 Ibs. Hnhe Sounds 40.78500 

69.438 gals. Fish Oil 41.662 80 

1.275 tins Fih i.u*no 1912500 

23.971 brls. Fish used as manure 11.985 50 

41,487 brls. Fish ui>ed as bait 62 230 50 

104 brls. Squid 208 00 

388,828 Ibs. FrosifUh and Flounders ... 23.32968 

38 brls. Fish Roes 76 00 

Total $3,185.674 88 



EMIGRATION. 

No. 1. Return of the. number of Emigrants embarked far Onnada, with the number of Births and Dta hf during the 
voyage and in Quarantine ; the total number landed at Quebec, with the number f run each country ; also the number 
of vessel* irrived, their tonnage and average length of passage, during the season of 1883. 



WHENCE. 


CLASS. 


No. of Vessels. 


Average No. of 
days on passage. 


Tonnage. 


No.Kmbrk d. 


B 

3 

3 


3 

!| 

3-8 

E- C 


1 

a 

o 

00 

a 
j 


DiixUis in 
Quarantine. 


| 

4-< 

93 

I 

13 
+j 




Landed at Quebec. 


Cabin 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Steerage 
Passengers 


Cabin 

Passenger" 


1 

H 


England 


f Steamers 


113 


12* 


231,961 


3,630 


25,380 


3 


29,013 


10 





10 


25,374 


3.629 


29003 


Ireland 
Scotland 




* 






93 


10.545 





10,638 








1U.545 


93 


10,638 


1 Sailing Vessels 
[Steamers 








28 


12 


58,366 


212 


5,250 


6 


5,468 


8 


8 


5,248 


212 


5.460 


Belgium 
Via United States . 


Steatne s 
Odd Ships, Ac.... 

Totals 


1 


17 


1,418 


2 


15 

848 




17 
848 








15 
848 


2 


17 
848 


142 


" 






291,745 3.937 


42,038 


9 


45,984 


18 


18 


42,030 


3.936 


45,966 



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

No. 2. Comparative Statement of the number of Immigrants arrived at the purl of Quebec since the year 1829 to 1883, 
inclusive, the (/rand total being 1,556,896; and the yearly average. 28.307. 





1829-70 


1871. 


1872. 


1873. 


1874. 


1875. 


1876. 


177. 


1878. 


1879. 


1880. 


1881. 


1882. 


1883. 


England ... 
Ireland 
Scot and ... 


402.381 
495,592 
133,649 
171 6 1 


23,7 Hi 

2,8 ,<3 
4.984 
5 391 


21,712 
3,274 

5.022 
4 414 


25.129 
4236 

4.- :!. 

2 " ! G 


17.631 
2,503 
2.491 
8u~ 


12.456 
1.252 
1,768 


7,720 
688 
2,131 


5,927 
663 

829 


7,500 
913 
1,425 


14,113 
1,088 
1,602 


18.647 
2,485 
2,845 


24.426 
2.480 
2,861 


3.1.650 
5.992 

4,476 


29,003 
10.638 
5.460 


Other ports . 


12,825 


42 


321 


723 


412 


562 


362 


324 


457 


448 


1,020 


471 


732 


865 




1.216,059 


37,020 


34.743 


.36.9(11 


23.894 


1 6.038 


10.901 


7 743 


10.2MS 


17,251 


24.997 


30238 


44.850 


4S.P66 



RAILWAY STATISTICS. 



No. 1. Total Railway Mileage of the Dominion, 
June 30th, 1883. 

MILES. 

Railways actually in operation 8,806 

Railways under construction, partly completed. . 260 
Railways under construction 2,299. 

Total 11, 365 I 



No. 2. Nominal Capital raised for Railways of the 
Dominion , June 30th, 1883. 

Ordinary Share Capital 8195,591.838 

Preference Share Capital 78,600,778 

i Bonded Debt 102,134,295 



Government and Municipal aid 
Other Sources . 



119,862,957 

3,181,396 

$494,271,264 



No. 3. Comparative Statement of Traffic on Principal Lines. 



NAME OF RAILWAY. 


YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1882. 


YEAR ENDING JUNE 30TH, 1883. 


^Passengers, No. Freight, Tons. 


Passengers, No. 


Freight, Tons. 


Grand Trunk System 


4,999,991 
779,994 
312,331 
224,450 
476,878 
306,223 
145,649 


6,336,358 

838,596 
. 2,129,733 
142,035 
614,042 
522, 1 12 
124,560 


4,563,149 
878,600 
474,008 
283,681 
514.942 
338,951 
169,881 


5,522,502 
970.961 
2,138,369 
200,708 
596,800 
514,948 
. 156,331 




Canada Southern 


Credit Valley 




Midland System 


Toronto Grey and Bruce 


Total . 


7, 245. oil! 


10,707.436 


7,223,212 


10,100,619 



[203] 



36 



RAILWAY STATISTICS CANAL STATISTICS. 



[1885. 



No. 4. Su 



Statement of Earnings of Railways of the Dominion for year ending June 30th, 



18S3. 



NAME OF RAILWAY. 


Mile 
age. 


Passenger 
Traffic. 


Freight Traffic. 


Mails and Ex 
press Freight. 


Other Sources. 


Total. 


Grand Trunk 


2 152 


$5,286,504 31 


$10,113,471 05 


$523,242 54 


$78 30 OS 


$16 001 537 98> 




840 


741,992 72 


1 487 601 98 


131,942 62 


Q 383 78 


2 370 921 10 




345 


810,010 75 


2,715,336 42 


61,612 71 


2 165 45 


3 589 125 33 




380 


422,837 36 


883,790 48 


79,525 94 




1 386 153 78 




470 


351,737 07 


690,648 16 


39,805 66 


10 740 98 


1 092 931 87 


Toronto, Grey and Bruce. 


192 


149,748 60 


249,702 03 


21,805 01 




421,255 64 


Canadian Pacific 


1,780 


1 229,904 27 


3,112.931 97 


95,012 59 


53 502 95 


4 491 351 78 


North Shore 


209 


321 480 54 


211,332 22 


12 881 43 


16 623 49 


562 317 68 


Other Lines 


2,132 


1,223,904 05 


1,855,394 31 


142,600 70 


90 687 13 


3 338,990 84 
















Total . . 


8,800 


S10.53S.119 67 


821,320.208 62 


81.108.429 20 


8261.423 86 


S33.244.586 00 



No. 5. Summary Statement of Operating Expenses of Raihvays of the Dominion for year ending June 30M, 1883. 



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 . 


2 152 


$2,218,158 40 


$3 703 966 27 


$1 149 704 63 


$3 981 854 92 


11 053 784 22 




840 


580,036 14 


767 00 05 


254 51 19 


759 023 29 


2 360 373 27 




345 


274,667 68 


514 427 30 


231 560 10 


1 288 056 71 


2 308 711 8& 


Northern 


386 


217,070 70 


228,190 89 


43,895 90 


379,901 94 


869,059 43 


Alidland 


470 


189,625 00 


244 745 11 


47 872 84 


248 9 87 97 


730 530 92 


Toronto, Grey and Bruce. 


192 

1,780 


74,809 64 
590,937 15 


112,414 44 
1,693 745 20 


13,539 74 
258 309 58 


120,434 99 
1 410 476 08 


321,198 81 
3 953 468 01 


North. Shore 


209 


79,592 40 


135,445 55 


28 548 96 


153 251 27 


396,838 18 


Other Lilies 


2,432 


743,027 68 


830,879 98 


220 481 22 


876 603 51 


2,697,702 96 
















Total.. 


S.S06 


84,967,924 79 


SS.230.S77 39 


S2.248.164 25 


S9.217.S90 68 


824.691.667 68 



CANAL STATISTICS. 

No. 1. Summary Statement of Traffic on the undermentioned Canals, and the Amount of Tolls Collected during 

the fiscal year ended 30tfi June, 1883. 



ARTICLES. 


Wolland Canal. 


St. Law. Canals. Chambly Canal. 


Burlington 
Bay Canal. 


Ottawa and 
Rideau Canals 


St. Peter s & 
Newo tle Dis. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Tons. 


Tolls. 


Vessels of all kinds 
Passengers (No.) . . 

Produce of Wood... 


748,196 
1,719 


14,154 

84 

20,032 
2 
99 
62.416 
1,937 
55,363 


1,936,145 
63,632 


$ 
16,190 327.698 
3,443 3,080 


4,362 
54 

7,363 
14 
22 

632 
878 
10,186 


282,612 
41 


$ 
2,827 


709,584 
25,099 


$ 
7,945 
375 

56,926 
83 
129 
984 
226 
1,171 


58,527 
4,377 


$ 
1,128 

314 


158.555 
8 
509 
337.330 
12,982 
317,812 


174,026 
2,338 
4,759 
158,296 
96.438 
186,979 


7,400 122,730 
169 i 408 
394 224 
17,580: 9.884 
13,329 9,079 
22,523 1 104,818 


14,451 
24 
358 
10,869 
14,443 
59,965 


823,392 
1,454 
1,086 

14,940 
3,927 
24,889 


16,600 


Animal Product ... 
Agricultural Prod t 
Manufactures 
Merchandise 

Grand Total . . 






3,649 


36 


8,694 


84 


827,196 


154,077 622,836 


81,028; 247,138 


23,511 


100,110 


2,827 


870,288 


67,891 


28,943! 1,557 



Xo. 2. Statement showing the Number, Tonnage, and Nationality of Vessels passed through all the Canals during 
the Season of Navigation in 1883, and the Tolls collected thereon. 



VESSELS. 


Total 
Number. 


From Canadian 
to Canad. Ports. 


From Canad. 
to 0. S. Ports. 


Prom U. S. 

to U. S. Ports. 


From U. S. 
to Can. Ports. 


Total 
Tons. 


Amount 
ot 
Tolls. 


Up. 


Down. 


Up. 


Down. 


Up. 


Down 


Up. 


Down. 


Canadian Fes. & Steamers. 


2,136 
8,990 
1.566 
600 
5,710 
1,330 
26 


122,979 
944,574 
43,606 
71,921 
168,875 
52,193 
530 


86.294 
682,088 
42,598 
85,463 
379,333 
49,465 
1,537 


108,213 
62,934 
21,392 

2 ,521 


1,697 
4,034 


376 


330 


8,118 
300 


170,565 
52,971 
70,908 


498,572 
1,746,901 
178,504 
196,106 
594,218 
101,658 
2,067 


$ cts- 
8,993 72 
14.779 53 
2.271 51 
1,961 70 
5,685 75 
2,033 1C 
13 00 








13,311 
43,489 


.... 





25,411 


Ottawa and Rideau 












Newcastle District 














Total Canadian Vessels...- 
VnitedStates res.d- Steamers 














20.358 1,404,678 


1,356,778 


195,060 


62,531 


376 


330 


83,829 


294,444 


3,318,026 


35,738 37" 


1,131 
1,278 
1,268 
4 
851 


127 
1,560 
193 


832 
5,822 
1,639 


4,421 
7,543 
28,305 


1,219 
3,950 


176,267 
9,858 


122,987 
9,690 


6,436 
63,829 


72,096 
8,812 
93,186 


382.385 
100.964 
123323 
628 
81,762 


7,539 76 
919 76 
1.739 42 
6 28 
1,878 67 








264 
62,714 








264 
3 il 




8.678 


8,651 


1.328 


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


4,532| 10,558 


16,944 


41,697 


68,147 


185.125 


132,577 


59,910 


174,094 688,952 


12,083 00 
47l82l~3T 


24.890 1,415,236 


1,343,722 236,657 


130,678 185,501 


132,907 93.739 


468,538 4,00^,978 



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37 



BANKS IN CANADA, WITH THEIR BRANCHES, &o. 



Bradford 
Brampton 



PLACES. NAMES OF BANKS. OFFICERS. 

Allislon, Ont.... Hamilton ....... A. M. Kirkland, Manager 

Almonte, Ont.. .Montreal ....... Thomas Pluinmer, Manager 

Amherst, N.S. Nova Scotia.,,H. C. McLeod, Agent 
Annapolis,y.S. i:fovsL Scotia ...F. B. Kinsman, Act. Agent 

Union B. of H. . Alex Shearer, Agent 

Antigoniih ....Merchants ...... C. E. Harris, Agent 

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

... . Halifax Bk. Co. D. C. McDougall, Agent 

Arnprior ....... Ottawa .......... D. 31. Finnie, Manager 

Aurora ......... Federal ........... W. II. Perram. Manager 

Aylmer, ...... Molsons ........ W. H Draper, Manager 

Ayr ............... Commerce ....... John Wyllie, Agent 

Baddeclc, C.B... Merchants ....C. R. Hart, Agent 

Barrie ............ Toronto ......... J. A. Stra thy, Manager 

; ........... Commerce ...... Wm. Gray, Manager 

Barrington, N.S., Halifax Bk. Co.F. W, Homer, Agent 
Baifturst, N. B . Merchants ....... E.G. Jams, Agent 

Biauharnois ...Jac. Cartier...A. Clement, Manager 
Bedford ......... E. Townships. ..E. W. Morcan,Int. Manager 

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

i; ............ Montreal ...... R. Richardson, Manager 

" ........... Commerce ...... R. Thomson, Manager 

............ Dominion ...... J. W. Murray, Pro. Agent 

Berlin ............ Merchants ...Charles Crookall, Manager 

" s ........ Commerce ......... D. B. Dewar, Manager 

BowmanviUe... Ontario ........... George McGill, Manager 

...Standard ......... W. J. Jones, Agent 

Standard ......... T. Dawson, Agent 

...... Central ............ Q. S. Uercamer, Manager 

...... * Merchants . ..A. J. Ferguson, Manager 

" ...... Dominion ....... W. Darling, Agent 

" ____ Central ........ Q. S. Herchmer, Manager 

Brandon, Man.* Merchants . ..C. Meredith, Malinger 
...... Imperial ....... A. Jukes, Manager 

Brant f ord ...... B. X. America. Alex. Kobertson, Manager 

" ...... Montreal ...... W. L. Creigh ton, Manager 

...... Commerce ...... W. Roberts, Manager 

Bridget n, N.S. Xova Scotia ...T. D. Rugglus, Agent 
Bridffew r,S?.S.td.Qrch&nlt , ...Geo. A. Dudley, Agent 
Brig/Uon ...... SUnd-.rd ... J. Phillip*, Agent 

Brockville ...... Montreal ....... Neil McLean, Manager 

" ...... Molsons ......... J. W. B. Rivers, Manager 

Campbell ford... Standard ......... E. A. Bog, Agent 

<Xzy>/;eiitott....Nova Scotia. ...F. lv Morrison, Agent 

Cannington ....Standard ......... John Houston, Agent 

Canning, N. S. Nova Sco!ia....F. W. Borden, Agent 

Carleton Place. Ottawa .......... J, A. Bangs, Manager 

C . iarZoMetowm.. Merchants . H...F. H. Arnaud, Agent 

Merchants, P.E.I. Wm. McLean, Cashier 
" Bant of N. S... George McLeod, Manager 

Chatham. ......... Federal ......... R. N. Rogers, Manager 

......... Commerce ...... J. K.Thomas, Manager 

..... ,* Merchants . ..F.8. Jarvia, Manager 

...... Montreal ...... A. M. Kirklaud 

Chatham,N.B. Montreal ....... F. E. WinslovC Manager 

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

Clinton ......... Molsons ......... H. C. Brewer, Manager 

Coaticook ....... B. Townships. B. Austin, Manager 

Cobourg ......... Dominion ...... 13. B. Osier, Agent 

Cohoury ......... Toronto ......... Jo*. Henderson, Manager 

Cbi jorne ......... Standard ......... C. Larke, Agent 

CoUtngwood ...Commerce ..... E. Pangman, Manager 

...Toronto ......... W. A. Copeland, Manager 

Cornwall ......... Montreal ...... BBDJ. Tajsie, Manager 

...... Ontario ....... A. Deuny, Manager 

Cowansvill ,....K. Townships .J. MiicKinnou, Manager 

Digby, X. /S...Nova Scotia . . J. H. Churchill, Agent 
Dorchester, N.U.. Merchants . R. H. Emm.Tson, Agent 
Dundai ......... Commerce ...... D. U.Charles. Manager 

Dunnville ...... Commerce ...... J. M. DuiT, Manager 

Durham ....... Central ....... I). Jackson, jun., Manager 

Exf.te.r ............ Molsons ......... A. A. 0. Denovan, Manager 

furnham, Qne.K. Townships. E. N. Robiusou. Manager 
fkrgus ......... Imperial ...... J. F. Paterson, Manager 

Frtd .rict. N~.B.fsoei.t. s ......... J. W. Spurdeu, Cashier 

" " B. N. America. Robert Napier, Agent 
" " Maritime Banl; 

1 " " Nova Scotia. ..C. J. R. Kerr, Agent 
Gait ............... Commerce ..... B. II. MeConkey, Manager 

" ............... * Merchants ...G. V. J.Greenhill. Manager 

Gananoqus ...... * Merchants . ..A. Petrie, Manager 

Qaspi Basin La Banq. Nat. J. LeBoutillier.Circul n-Agent 
Georgetown ..... Hamilton ....... H. 31. Watson, Agent 

Merchants .P.E.I.H. C. ilcLeod, Agent 



PLACES. NAMS3 OF BANKS. OFFICERS. 

Oodericfi Montreal D. Glsss, Manager 

" Commerce R. S. Williams, Manager 

Granby, Q E. Town. Bk ...Wi. H. Robinson. Manager 

Guelph Central G. W. Sandilands, Manager 

" Montreal J. H. Finlay, Manager 

" Ontario E Morris. Manager 

" Commerce Win. Smith. Manager 

" Fedei-al George Mair. Manager 

Guysboro , jy.S.Merchants . ...H. M. Jost, Agent 
Halifax, JV. 5. HALIFAX B. Co. W. L. Pitcaithly, Cashier 
NOVA SCOTIA ...Thomas Fyshe, Cashier 
B. N. America. A. E. Ellis, Manager 
UNION. HALIF..H. Y. Clarke, Cashier 
MERCHANTS H.D. H. Duncan. Cashit-r 

PEOPLE S Petsr Jack, Cashier 

Montreal C. Swteney, Manager 

Hamilton HAMILTON E. A. Colquhoun. Casbu-r 

" B. X. America. D. G. Macgregoi. Manager 

" Montreal J. X. Travers, Manager 

" * Merchants ... J. S Meredith. Manager 

" Commerce E. Mitchell, Manager 

" Federal J. 31. Burns. Manager 

Harriston Standard W. T. Shannon. Agent 

Hillsboro , S .B., Halifax. Bk. Co.H. Middleton. Agent 

Ingersoil * Merchants . ..A. M Smith, Manager 

" Imperial J. A. Richardson, Manager 

Joliette D Hochelaga . . H. Boire, Manager 

Kentville. JV.5. Nova Scotiu ...L. P. V. Chipman. Agent 
Kincardine ...* Merchants . ..G. C. Tyre. Manager 

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

" B. X. America. D. Roberfou, Manage r 

" Montreal R. M. Moore, Manager 

" Federal T. Y. Greet. Manager 

Kingston, y.B.. Merchants ... J. H. Abbott, Agent 

Lindsay Ontario S. A. McVIurti y, Manager 

" " Montreal C. (E. L. Perteoiw, Manager 

< Dominion R. D. Gamble, Agent 

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

Liverpool, y.S. Xova Scotia . . ,H. A. Flemruir.g. Agc-nt 

Lockeport,Jf.S. People s A. Locke. Agent 

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

London B. N. America. John Carnegie, Manager 

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

" Montreal W. J. Anderson, Manager 

Commerce H. A. Nicholson, Manager 

Federal Charles Murray, Manager 

" Molsous ..... Joseph Je ftry. Manager 

Londonderry. JT.S.. Merchants , E. Walsh, Agent 
Lunenburg,N.S.Merchauts. . .S. Finck, A . rnt 

4i Hali:ax Bk... Co.AV. G. Greenwood, Agent 

Maitiand, If.S Merchants Geo. Frieze, Asent 

Meaford Molfons Peter Fi;lK j r. Mai.ager 

...Standard F. A.K^esor. Acent 

...Hamiirou Joshua Butterfu Id. Agent 

...Mo itr^ai F. 31. Cotton, Manager 

.George Sanderson. Agent 
F. Kennedy. Age-tit 
.W. J. Buchanan. Gen. Mgr 
E. S. Clouston. Matjager 
.A. D. Parant, Cashier 

Du PEUPLE A. A, Trottier, Cashier 

" MOLSO.NS F. W. Thomas, Gen. Man 

Branch J. Elliot, Manager 

" JACQ. CAKTIER .A. L de Martigny, Cashier 

" *MEKCHANTS ...G. Hairue. Gent-ral Manager 

" *Mont l.Br h A. M. Croinbie, Local M. 

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

Jeffery Ponfold. Man?gvr 

" Quebec . . T. McDongal], Manager 

" Ontario W. W. S. Ctripmau. Manager 

" Toronto J. 31 Smith. Munazer 

" Comoierce W. Simpson. Manager 

" Fedt-ral W. J. Ingram, Manager 

" Unk U F. Nash. Manager 

" La Banq. Nat...C. A. Vallee, Manager 

Morriiburg ....Molsons L. W. Howard, Manager 

Mount forest. ..Ontario J. Esoucb. Int. Mauairer 

Napanee * Merchants . ..A. Smith, Manager 

" Dominion R. A. Ilelliwell, Agent 

.^Bank DeSt. Jean, M. Catndal. Manager 
Scotia ...J. W. Carmichac-1, Agent 

I ictou D. M, Fr,H<er. Agt-nt 

Standard J. K. Allt-n. Agent 

.Nova Scotia ...J, j .s. Yeoman. Agent 



Markham . 

Milton 

Mnncton.... 

Xova Scotia., 

Montague, P. -E. I. Union ... 
Montreal.. MONTREAL ... 

" Do. 

" D Hochelaga 



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[1885. 



PLACES NAMES OF BANKS. OFFICERS. 

e NB Mercb ants ...C J. Butcher, Agent 
N?.iu Westminster BV&L. B. Columbia. .). B. Fisher, Agent 

Newmarket ...Federal J C Yarker, Manager 

Jftrrth Sydney, JV.S.Nova Scotia. Dauiel Waters. Agent 

Norwich Commeice W. A. Sampson. Manager 

Ornnyeville ...Commerce R. T. Hauu. Manager 

Orillia Dominion H S. Scaddiug, Agent 

Oshnwa Dominion W. H Holland. Agent 

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

OTTAWA George Burn. Cashier 

" Montreal F. Guiidry, Manager 

" Commerce Jeffrey Hale, Manager 

< Ontario A. Simpson. Manager 

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

Quebec II. V. Noel, Manager 

La Banq. Nat...C. H. Cairiere. Manager 

Union . M. A. Anderson. Manager 

Owen Sound...* Merchants ... A. St. L. Mackintosh, Mngr 

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

Oxfor l, N. ^...Halifax Bk. Co. H. S. Smith, Aeent 

Paris B. N. \morica.G. P. Buchanan. Agent 

Commerce R. C. Jennings. Manager 

Parkhill Commerce B. Shepherd, Manager 

Parrstmro Halifax B. Co. A S. Townsend, Agent 

Perth * Merchants . ..James Gray, Manager 

Montreal R J. Drummond, Manager 

Pemfrr nke Quebec T. F. Cox, Manager 

" Ottawa Hector Frasw. Manager 

Peterborough... Toronto J. H. Koper, Manager 

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

" ...Commerce W Manson. Manager 

" ...Ontario Chas McQill, Manager 

Petite* >diac, N.H., Halifax Bk. Co.J. H. Morrison, Agent 

Picttm Montreal II J. B Crombie, Manager 

Standard J. S. London, Agent 

Pictou N.S-. ..Nova Scotia ...Howard Primrose, Agent 

" ...Merchants G. R. Obisholm, Agent 

" ...Pictou Bank ...J Watson, Mauager 

Port^olborne... Imperial John Watts, Mauager 

Port Elym Hamilton Wm. Corbould, Agent 

P. Hawi, e&bury Merchants Peter Paint. Sen.. Agent 

Port Hope Montreal A. J. C. Galletly, Manager 

" Toionto W R. Wads worth, Manager 

Port Perry Ontario W. J. McMurtry, Manager 

Presaitt * Merchants . ..T. Kirby, Manager 

P. A Landing... Ontario R. N. King, Manager 

Quebec QUEBEC Jas. Stevenson, Cashier 

UNION P. Mac Ewen, Cashier 

" LA BANQ. NAT.P Lafrance. Cashier 

B. N. America. H. M. J. McMichaal, Mngr. 

Montreal . John Porteous. Manager 

" * Merchants . ..W. L. Marler, Manager 

Regina Montreal F. J. Hunter, Marager 

Renfrew, <>nt. .* VIerchants ...G C. Morgan, Manager 

Ric timit d E. Townships. .W. L. Ball, Manager 

Rii-.hm.imd Hill. Central J. M Lawrence. Manager 

Rvlgetoian Molrtons L. E. Ttte, Manager 

Sackville, JV..B.Merchants . ...Fulton McDouzall, Agent 
Hiililax Bk. Co. Thos. A. H Mason, Agent 

Sarnia Vlontreal Geo. H. Griffin. Manager 

" Commerce T. W. Nisbet, Manager 

She/burne, N.S., Halifax Bk. Co.H S. Killery, Agent 

S htrt/rooke E. TOWNSHIPS. Wm. Farwell. Geifl. Man. 

" * Merchants . ..J. A. Read\, Int. Manager 

" La Banq. Nat. ...John Campbell, Manager 

Seaforth Comnieice ....A. H. Ireland. Manager 

Simcoe Commerce E. Cowdry, Manager 

" Federal H. Groff. Manager 

Smith s Wz//.s... Molsons F A. Bethune, Manager 

Sttrel Molsons G Crebacsa. Manager 

Souris, P.E.I... Merchants ...W. H. McNeil, Aaent 

Stanxtead K Townships. .S. Stevens, Manager 

St. Catharines.. Iniperial C. M. Arnold. Manager 

" Commerce F. L. Hankey, Manager 

" Toronto G.W Ilodgetts. Manager 

St. HVaein</ie...LaBanque de St.Hvacinthe, R. S. Jacques 
St. John, N.B..N. BRUNSWICK W. Girvan, Cashier 
" " B. N. America. W. K. Collier, Manager 

" " Montreal E C. Jones. Manager 

" " Mar. Bk of Do.. Alfred Ray, Cashier 
" " Nova Scotia ...J. M. Robinson. Manager 
" " Halifax Bk.Co.Jas.G. Taylor, Agent 
St. John s, Q....* Merchants ... K H. Reward. Acting Mngr 
St. John s @....Bauk de St. Jean. P. Bandouin. Cashier 

St. Mary s Montreal .R. Hillyard, Manager 

Federal, C. S.Rumsey, Manager 



PLACES. NAME OF BANKS. OFFICERS. 

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

St.SlephfMtNB.Si. STEPHEN s-.Robert Watson, Cashier 
" Nova Scotia. . . J. Black, Agent 

St. Thomas * Merchants ... W. Pringle Manager 

Molsons C. W. Clinch, Manager 

Imperial M. A. Gilbert, Manager 

Stellar ton, N.S.P\cl on D. M. Fraser, Agent 

Stratford Merchants ...E. F. Hebden, Manager 

" Montreal G. A Farmer, Manager 

" Commerce Wm. Maynard,jun., Mgr 

Strathroy Commerce J. S. Small, Manager 

Federal W. T. Smith, Mauager 

Summersidf. P.M.I Merchants , W F. Mitchell. Agent 
" nnkof N.S. ...Neil MoKelvie. Agent 

Bk. Summerside. R Me. C. Stavert. Cashier 
Sus x, j\.B.... No\a Scotia,. ..Geo. W. Daniel, Agent 
Sydney, C ^....Merchants , H.J. E. Burchell, Agent 
Tac. Cartier...S. A Duracher, Manager 

Ihorola... .Commerce W. J. Robertson. Manager 

" Quebec D. B. Crombie, Manager 

Three Rivers... Quebec T. C. Coffin. Manager 

" " ... La Banq. Nat. Union BanK. Agent 

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

Tilsonburg Federal Francis Cole, Manager 

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

" do. Branch J. C. Kemp, Manager; 

L Bolster. Sub Manager 

" CENTRAL A. A. Allen, Cashier 

ONTARIO Chas. Holland, Gen l Man 

do. Branch.W. H. Smith. Manager 

STANDARD J. L. Brodie, Cashier 

FEDERAL G. W. Yarker.Gen. Manager 

J. 0. Buchanan, Local Mgr 

do. Yonge-st. J. M. Alley, Manager 

DOMINION R. H Bethune. Cashier 

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

IMPERIAL D. R. Wilkie, Cashier 

TORONTO Duncau Coulson. Cashier; 

Hugh Leach. Asst. Cashier 

" B. N. America. Win. Grindlay, Manager 

" * Merchants . ..Wm Cooke, Manager 

" Montreal C. Brough. Acting Manager 

" do. C. Brough, Ass t Manager 

" Quebec J. Walker, Manager 

" Molsons L. H. Robertson, Manager 

La Banq Nat. Bank of Toronto, Agenta 

Tottenham Hamilton W. P. Robarts. Agent 

Trenton. Ont. .Molsoni C. A. Pipon, Manager 

Iruro, N.S. ....Merch nts H. Martin Dickie, Agent 

" HalUaxBk.Co.A. Allan, Aaent 

Uxbridye Dominion W. W. Nation, Agent 

Valleyjield, Q...J&C. Cartier...S. F. Irish, Agent 
Victoria, V. I. ...B. COLUMBIA ...W. C Ward, Manager 
" " ...B N. America R. Burns, Manager 

Walkerton * Merchants ... J. C. Patersou 

" Commerce I. R. Clarke, Manager 

Waterloo, Q. ...E. Townships. .W. I Brijrgs, Marianwr 

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

Wetland Imperial J. Mcfilahan. Manager 

Wj/woMW!, J (\ r .<S.Mercb.ants I) Kemp. Agent 

Whitby Ontario W. Beith, Manager 

" Dominion H. B. Taylor, Agent 

Wind-nr, Ont.* Merchants . ..Wm. Kinsley. Manager 

" " Commerce C. M. Stork, Manager 

Windsor, N.S. COMMERCIAL ...Waiter Lawson. Cashier 
" " Halifax Bk. Co.J. A. Russell. Agent 

Wingham Hamilton . . . .B. Willson, Agent 

Winnipeg * Merchants. ..D. Miller. Manager 

Winnipeg Montreal James Hopg. Msnager 

" Ontario . .K. Porter. Manager 

" Federal F. L. Patton, Manager 

" Imperial C. S. Hoare, Manager 

" Ottawa F. H. Matbewson, Manager 

< Nova Scotia. ...Robert Steven, Agent. 

" Orion C. A. Boxer, Manager 

Woodstock Commerce F. 0. Cross, Manager 

" Impeiial S. B. Fuller, Manager 

Moleons A P. Tregent, Manager 

" JV.B. Nova Scotia ..Wm. Halibutton, Agent . 

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

Yarmouth, N.S.YARMOVTH Thomas W. Johns, Cashier 

" " Nova Scotia ...J. H Lombard, Agent 
l r arnifwWi,A r .,!?.Kxchar!ge ....A.S. Murray. Cashier 
Torkville Central R. J. Montgomeiy, Manager 



* Merchants Bank of Canada. 



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39 



FOREIGN AGENTS 

BANS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA London, Head Office 
M-mtreal, R. R. Grindley, Gbnera) Manager; New 
Tnrk. D. A M Tavish and H. Stikeman. Agents; Chi 
cago H. M Brnedon, Asent ! Huston, U. <S.. Merchants 
National Bank: San Francisco. Wm. Lawson and C. 
E Taylor. Agents: England. Onion Bank of Man- 
cheter, and Bank of Liverpool; Scotland, National 
Bank and Commercial Bank; Ireland, Provincial 
Bank and National Bank ; Paris. Mareuard. Krauss 
& Co.; Wfit frillies. Colonial Bank Australia and 
New Zf.a/anri, Union Bank of Australia. 

FEDERAL BANK London. National Bank of Scotland; New 
Y"rk. American Exchange National Bank; Buffalo, 
Bank of Commerce; Boston, Maverick National Bank; 
Osivego. Second Nat. Bank; Chicago, First Nat. Bank. 

BANK OF TORONTO London, City Bank (Limited). New 
York, Nat. B& Commerce. W. Watson and A. Lang; 
Osiof,g<i Second National Bank; Halifax. Union Bank 
of Halifax; New Brunswick, Bank of Nova Scotia; 
Quebec. La Banque Nat. 

BANK OF HAMILTON New fork, Messrs. Johu J. Cisco 4 
Son, and Bank of Montreal, N.Y. ; London, The 
National Bank of Scotland. 

BANK OP MONTREAL London. Bk.of Montreal, C.Ashworth, 
Manager, Bank of England. London & Westminster 
Bank, Union Bank of London: Liverpool, Bank of 
Liverpool: Scotland, British Linen Company; New 
Yor/c, W. Watson & Alex. Lang ; Boston, Merchants 
B nk; Chicago, Bank of Montreal, W. Muuro, 
Manager; R. Y. Hebden. Assistant Manager; San 
.Francisco, Bank of British Columbia. 

QCEHEC BANK London. Bank of Scolland; New York, 
Maitland. Phelps A Co. 

IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA London, Lloyds, Barnetts 
& itosauijuet s B-ink ( Limited) : New York, Bank of 
Montreal, R. Irvin & Co. ; Chicago, First National 
Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank; Detroit, First 
National Bank; Buffalo. Bunk of Buffalo; Boston, 
Nations Bank of the Commonwealth; Osweao, First 
National Bank. 

BANK D H -CKKLAOA London, Clydesdale Bank (Limited); 
JV-M> York, National Park Bank; Paris, Andr6, 
Girod 4 Co. 

MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA London, The Clydesdale 
ita iik (Limited); New York, Bank of New Y ork and 
Merchants Bank of Canada. 61 Wall Street ; Neiu- 
fouiial.i id Commercial Bank, N. F.; Neva Scotia, 
Merchants Pank of Halifax; New Brunsiuick, Bank 
of Nova Scotia. 

ONTARIO BANH- London, Alliance Bank (Limited); New 
Yrr f, W. Watgon and A. Lang; Boston, Tremont 
Nati.inal Bank ; 0*tvego, First National B:ink ; 
Chicago, Bank of Montreal; St. Paul s, Merchants 
National Bank : Nova Scotia, People s Bank of 
Halifax : Nrw Brunswick. Bank of Montreal. St. 
John. N.B.; P. E. Island, Merchants Bank of Hali 
fax at Cnarlotfetown. 

LA BANQUE NATIONALS London, National Bank of Scot 
Ian I; Paris. A Grunebaum A Co.; NKW Forfc. National 
Batik of the Republic; Boston, The Revere Bank. 

MOLSONS BANK London. Alliance Bank (Limited) Bank 
of Montreal, Glynn, Mills, Currie 4 Co., Morton, 
Rose & Co. ; Liverpool, National Bank of Liverpool ; 
Antn:f-rp, Belgium. La Banqe D Avon; Portland, 
Caco National Bank ; Helena, Mcrvana, First Na 
tional Bank; Fort lienton, Montana. First National 
Btuft; fir.ui Turk. Mechanics National Bank, W. 
Watson and A. Lang. Morton. Bliss & Co ; Boston, 
Merchant s National Bank: Cleveland, Com. National 
Bank; Milwaukee, Wisconsin Marine and Fire Ins. Co. 
Bank- (^Indian. Kirst National Bank: Detroit, Mechan 
ics Bank; Tola/to. Second National Bank; Buffalo, 
Farmers & Mechanics National Bank: Nova Scotia, 
Halifax Banking Co, Halifax, N S. ; New Brunswick, 
Bauk of New Brunswick, St. John s. N.B.; Newfound 
land. Commercial Bauk of Newfoundland, St. John s, 
Newfoundland. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE on<2on,Bank of Scotland, 
London and County Bank, Agra Bank (Limited), 
Chartered Bank of India. Australia acd China. Ger 
man Bank of London ; Ireland, Northern Banking 
Co.; New York, J. II. Goadby and B. E. Walker, 
Agents: Chicago. A. L. Dewar, Agent; Oswego, First 
National Batik: Syracuse, First National Bank; Buf 
falo, Bank of Commerce in Buffalo. 



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

LA BANQUE JACQUES CARTIER. London, Glyn, Mills A Co.; 
New York, National Bank of Republic. 

LA BANQUE DC PEUPLE Quebec City, Bank of Montreal; 
London, Glyn, Mills. (Jurrie & Co.,aud Alliance Bank, 
Limited; New York, National Bank of the Republic. 

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

MERCHANTS BANK OF P. E. 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. 

CENTRAL BANK OF CANADA In Canada, Can. Bank of 
Commerce; London, Eny .: National Bauk of Scotland; 
New York: Importers and TradeiS National Bauk. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR London, Union Bank 
of London; New York. Bank of New York. 

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

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

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA London, Williams, Deacon A Co. ; 
Nf.w York, Bunk of New York; Boston, Merchants 
National Bank. 

BANK OF NEW BRUNSWICK London. Williams. Deacon 4 
Co.; Ne.w York, Mechanics National Bank; Boston 
Eliot National Bank; Prince Edward s Island, Char- 
lottftown, Merchants Bank ; Summerside, Summerside 
Bank-, Fredericton, People s Bank; Halifax, N.S., 
Merchants Bank. 

PEOPLE S BANK OF N. B. London, Union Bank ; Ni:w 
York, Fourth National Bank ; Boston, Eliot National 
Back; Montreal, Union Bank of L. C. 

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

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK London, London National 
Bank of Scotland; Boston, National Exch. Bank; 
New York, National Park Bank. 

STANDARD BANE New York, W. Watson 4 A. Lang, Agts. 
Bk. of Montreal ; Montreal, Bk. of Montreal ; London, 
E.. Royal Bank of Scotland, (Limited). 

HALIFAX BANKING C >. Dominion of Canada. Molson s 

Bank and Federal Bank of Canada: Roftem, Suffolk 

National Bank; New York, Bank of New York, John 

Paton & Co. ; London. Kng., Alliance Bank (Limited), 

Union Bank of London. 

UNION BANK OF P. E. ISLAND London, Union Bank of Lon 
don: New York, National Park Bank; Boston. Mer 
chants National Bank: Montreal. Bank Montreal. 

BANK OF YARMOUTH. N. S. Halifax, The Merchants Banfe 
of Halifax; St. John, The Bank of Montreal and the 
Bank of British North America; New York, The 
National Citizens Bank; Boston, The Eliot National 
Bank; London, O. B., The Union Bank of London; 
Montreal and Quebec, The Bank of Montreal. 

MARITIME BANK London., 33 Lombard Street, A. S. 
Hincks. Manager; Bankers, Imperial Bank (Limited), 
Bank of Montreal, Birchin Lane. 

THE PICTOU BANK London, Eng., Imperial B k (Limited); 
New York, Agents Bank of Montreal ; Montreal, Bank 
of Montreal. 

ST. STEPHEN S BANK Boston, Glohe National Bank; New 
York, New York Bank and National Banking Asso- 
ciation : London. Glyn. Mills. Currie 4 Co. 

BANK OP BRITISH COLUMBIA London, Smiths, Payne <t 
Smiths; San Prcmcifco, Bank of British Columbia; 
Easter n Provinces of Canada, Bank of Montreal ; Nete 
Fort, W. Watson ; Chicago. Bank of Montreal : Mexico 
and South A merica, London Bank of Mexico and South 
America; China and Australia, Oriental Bank Cui 
poration. 

BANK OF OTTAWA Lonilon, Eng.. Alliance Bank (Limited); 
New York, Chicago and Canada, Canadian Bauk ot 
Commerce. 



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CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1885. 



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 val. Q c . ad vat. 



AbMnthe .... $2 00 per Imp. gal. 

Acid Aceticand Vinegar 25 cts 

per Imp. gal. 

" Sulphuric. ..j cent, per Ib. 
" Sulphuric and Xitric com 
bined, and all mixed 

Acids 25 

Muriatic and Nitric 20 

Oxalic Free 

Carboys containing Acids 
same rate as empty. 

Aconite . Free 

Advertising Bills and Fclders, 

10 cts. perlb. and 20 

Advertising Pamphlets $1 00 per 100 

Agricultural Implements 35 

Agaric Free 

Agates, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, 
Emeralds, Garcets and Opals, 
not polished nor otherwise 

manufactured Free 

Do., when manufactured 10 

Ale, in bottles. (6 quarts or 12 pis. 
to one gallon) 18 cts per Imp. gl. 
Ale, otherwise than in bottles, 10 
cents per Imp. gal. 

Alkanet Root Free 

Aloes Free 

Alum Free 

Aluminum Free 

Ambergris Free 

Ammonia, Sulphate of Free 

Anatomical Preparations Free 

Aailiae Dyes, in bulk or packets 
of not less than 1 Ib. each . . . .Free 
Do., not otherwise provided for. 10 

Aniline Oil, crude Free 

Aniline salts Free 

Animals living, of all kinds 20 

Animals brought in to Canada tem 
porarily for the purpose of 

exhibition Free 

Animals for the improvement of 

3 lock Free 

Annato, liquid or solid Free 

Anchors Free 

Antimony Free 

Apparatus and Philosophical In 
struments imported by and for 
use of colleges, scbools and 

literary societies Free 

Apparel, wearing and other per 
sonal and household effects, not 
merchandise, of British subjects 
dying abroad, but domfciled in 

Canada Free 

Argol, dust and crude Free 

Army & Navy & Canadian Militia: 
Arms, Clothing. Musical Instru- 
mentsfor Bands, Military stores 

and munitions of war Free 

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 

Ashes, Pot and Pearl.. .. Free 

Ash, Soda Free 

Asphaltum Mineral Free 

Assafcetida Gum 20 

Axes 30 

BabbitMatal 10 

Bagatelle Tables 35 

Baggage, Traveller s Free 

Bags, containing fine salt 25 

Bamboo Reeds, not further manu 



factured than cut into suitable 
lengths for walking sticks or 
canes, or for sticks for umbrellas 

parasols or sunshades Free 

Bamboos, unmanufactured Free 

Barrels of Canadian manufacture, 
exported filled with domestic 
petroleum and returned empty . Free 

Barilla . Free 

Bark, Tanners Free 

Barytes, unmanufactured Free 

Bath Bricks 20 

Beans 15 cents per bushel. 



%i c. ad val. 
ment or Scientific Association, 
not for trade Free 

Books, British copyright work s, 
reprints of, ad vat 12}^ & 15 

Bibles, 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. Cards, and 
other Commercial Blank Forms 30 



Beans, Vanilla and Nux Vomica . Free ] Bookbinders Tools A Implements, 

Rprl f"V\m ff\rt~ar-a f\r* <~i ni ] ra r\f ;>->,->l>i,i ;,,,-,. n .. i:, itr_ li_ _ _ 



Bed Comforters or Quilts of 
Cotton ................................. 274 

Bees ............................ Free 

Bells, except for churches ..... . 30 

Bells, for churches ..................... Flee 

Belladonna .................... Free 

Bt-lis and Trusses ..................... 25 

Berries for dyeing, or used for 
composing dyes ..................... Free 

Beer in wood ...lOc. per Imp. gal. 
Beer, in bottles ISc. per Imp. gal. 
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 feet, each 




15 



Each table to include 12 cues, 
oue set of four balls with mark 
ers, cloths and cases, but no 
pool balls. 
Bird Cages .................... 30 

Bitters, containing spirits $1 90 

per Imp. gal. 
Bismuth .................................. Free 

Bolting Cloths ........................ jfree 

Blacking (Shoe)... . .................... 25 

BluckLead .............................. 20 

Biscuit .................................... 20 

Bladders ................................. 20 

Blue ....................................... 20 

Blue Vitriol.* ........................... Free 

Breadstuffs wheu damaged by 
water in transitu ... ......... 20 

Bronze Powder ....................... 20 

Hones, crude and not manu 
factured, burned, calcined, 
ground or steamed ............... Free 

Bone Dust and bone ash for mauuf. 

of phosphates and fertilizers ...Free 
Boracic Acid ................... Free 

Borax .................................... 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 

Books Printed Periodicals, and 
Pamphlets, not elsewhere speci 
fied not being foreign repriuteof 
P.riti^h copyright works, nor 
Biauk Acc t Books, nor Copy 
Books, nor Books to be ivritten 
or drawn upon, nor Bibles, 
Prayer Books, Psalm an J Hymn 
Books ............................ ". ..... 15 

Books Bound, printed over 7 
years, except British copyright 
works .......... . ........... Free 

Books Printed by any Govern- 

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including Ruling Machines & 

Binders Cloth 10 

Boots and Shoes, Leather 25 

Boot, Shoe and Stay Laces, of any 

material 30 

Beads and Bead Ornaments 20 

Blankets, "Woollen, 7 cents per 

Ib. and ad val 20 

Braces or Suspenders of all kinds 30 

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 

Brick for building 20 

Britannia and Metal Ware 25 

Britannia Metal in Pigs and Bars.Free 

Bronze Ornaments 20 

Brooms and Brushes 25 

Buchu leaves Free 

Buckwheat lOcents per bush. 

Buckwheat meal or ilour c. p. Ib. 

Butter 4 cents perlb. 

Bullion, gold and silver Free 

Burr-stones in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured. andnot bound 

up into millstones Free 

Burgundy Pitch ..Free 

Buttons 25 

Button Covers, Crozier 10 

Calumba Root Free 

Carriages of Travellers, and Car 
riages laden with merchandise, 
and not to include circus troops 

nor hawkers Free 

Cabinets of Coins, Medals and all 

other collections of Antiquities. Free 
Carpeting, Matting and Mats of 

Hemp 25 

Carpet liags, Trurjks,Satchels and 

V;ili*?s so 

Cassia, ungrouml 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, 1^ cents on each 
can or package, when exceeding 
one quart an additional duty of 
li^ cents for each additional 
quart or fractional part thereof. 
Caoutchouc, unmanufactured . . . Free 
Cane or Rattan, split or otherwise 

manufactured 25 

Cat-gut, Strings or Gut Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-gut or Whip gut, unmanuf dFre* 



1585.] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



$ c. ad val. 

Carriages Buggies of all kinds, 
Farm Waggons, Farm, Railway, 
or Freight Carts, Pleasure Carts 
or Gigs and similar vehicles, 
not otherwise enumerated .... 35 
Eailway Cars, Sleighs , Cutters, 
Wheel-barrows and Hand-Carts 30 | 
Childien 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 

Castor Oil 20 

Candles, Tallow 2 cts. per Ib. 

" Parafine Wax, 5c. per Ib. 

" all other 25 

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 Ships use 5 

" not elsewhere mentioned 20 
Carpets, not elsewhere speceifid . . 20 

Cashmere, manufactures of 20 

Caplins,unfinished Leghorn Hats. 20 
Caps, Hats, Muffs, Tippets, Capes, 
Coats, Cloaks and other manu 
factures of Fur 25 

Cases Jewel and Watch-cases, 
and other like articles of any 

material 30 

Celluloid, in sheets, lumps or 

blocks Free 

Celluloid, moulded into sizes for 
handles of knives or forks, not 

otherwise manufactured 10 

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 eta, per bushel. 
Cement, hydraulic or water lime, 

ground, including barrel 

40 cts. per bbl. 

Cement, burnt and unground. . . 
7i cts per 100 Ibs. 

" Portland or Roman 20 

Cheese 3. cts. per Ib 

Chicory, raw or green, 3c. per Ib. 
" or other Root, or Vege 
table used as a substitute for 
Coffee, kiln dried, roasted or 

ground 4 cts. per Ib. 

China and porcelain Ware 25 

China Clay, natural or ground ...Free 
Chairs, Wrought Tron or Steel, 

imported for Railway purposes 17i 
Chalk and Cliff Stone, unmanufac. Free 

Chalk, prepared 20 

Chamomile Flowers Free 

Chinchona Bark Free 

Chloralum or Chloride of Alum 
inium Free 

Church Vestments 20 

Champagne and other Sparkling 
Wines, See Wines. The quarts 
and pints in each case being 
old wine measure. 
Cherry-heat Welding Compound. Free 

Chromos 20 

Chronometers for ships Free 

Chloride of Lime Free 

Chocolate, not sweetened 20 

" sweetened 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 25 

Chip Hats 25 

Cinnabar Free 

Cigars and Cigarettes 

60c. per Ib. and ad val. 20 
Citrons and Rinds of, in brine, for 
candying Free 



"<$ c.ad val. 

Cider 20 

Clays Free 

Clocks, and parts of 35 

Clock springs 10 

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 fl 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 

Cordials $1.90 per Imp, gal. 

Corn, Indian. . .7| cts. per bushel 

Combs, all other 25 

Composition ornaments 20 

Coral 20 

Cod Liver Oil, medicated 20 

Coal Facing 20 

Cotton, manufactures of, viz. : 
Grey or unbleached, and bleach 
ed Sheeting Drills, Ducks, 
Cotton or Canton Flannels, 
not stained, painted or print 
ed, Ic. per squarj yard and 

ad val 15 

Printed or dyed Cottons, not 

elsewhere specified 27 i 

Jeans, Denims, Drillings, Bed- 
ticking, Ginghams, Plaids, 
Cotton or Canton Flannels, 
Ducksand Drills, dj ed or col 
ored, Cottonades, Pantaloon 
Stuff, and goods of like de 
scription, . . 

2c. per sq. yd. and ad val. 15 
Jeans and Coutilles, when im 
ported by Corset makers for 

use in their factories 20 

All Cottoa, 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 
Cotton Warp, No. 60 and finer. 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 12i 

Cotton over 36 inches wide 
when imported by manufac 
turers of window shades for 

use in their factories 15 

Cotton, 42 inches wide and over, 
when imported by manufac 
turers of enamelled cloth 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 flax, and Sail 
Twine to be used for boats 

and ships sails 6 

The importer of Cotton Duck 
used for sails of ships or fish 
ing boats or other vessels, 
shall be entitled to a draw 
back equal to th^ duty paid 
thereon, less five per cent, of 
the value of the article, on 

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^ c. arf raf. 

furnishing proof that th 
Duck had been so used, under 
regulations to be made by 
the Minister of Customs. 
Others not elsewhere specified C-0 

Cotton Candle Wick 20 

Coffee, green Free 

" if from the U. S. 10 
" roasted or ground, from the 

U. S , 3 cts. per Ib. and. ... 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 sheets , .Free 

Cordage, of all kinds 20 

Copper Rivets and Burrs, and all 
manufactures of copper not 

elsewhere specified 30 

Composition Spikes and Nails, 

and Sheathing 20 

Compasses, 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 Bean and Nibs Free 

Coin, Gold and Silver, except U. 

S. Silver Coin Free 

Communion Plate Free 

Commissariat Stores Free 

Coir and Coir Yarn Free 

Collodion 20 

Conium Cicuta, or Hemlock, Seed 

and Leaf Free 

Cork Wood or Cork Bark, unman- 

factured Free 

< " " ; manufac. 20 

Colors, viz. : Bichromate of Pot 
ash, Blue Black, Chinese Blue, 
Lakes, Scarlet and Msronn in 
Pulp, Prussian Blue, Satin and 
fine washed White. Ultramarine 
Umber, raw, Metallic colors, 

Cobalt. Zinc and Tin Free 

Cotton Waste Free 

Cotton Wool Free 

Coal Tar and Cool Pitch 10 

Cocoa Nuts $1.00 per 100 

Cocoa Nuts, when imported direct 

from place of growth, 50c ~f, 100. 

Cocoa Paste and Chocolate, not 

sweetened 20 

Cocoa Paste and other prepara 
tions of Cocoa containing sugar 

1 ct. per Ib. and ad val. 25 

Cornmeal 40 cts. per bbl. 

Cranks for Steamboats or Mills . . 20 

Crapes, of all kinds 20 

Cream Tartar Free 

Crucibles 20 

Cultivators arid parts thereof. ... 35 

Cutlery 20 

Diamonds, unset, black for borers, 

dust or bort Free 

Diamond Drills, for prospecting 

for minerals Free 

Drain-Tile, unglazed 20 

Drain Pipes and Sewer Pipet, 

glazed 25 

Dragon s Blood Free 

Duck, for Belting and Hose .... Free 
Dyeine or Tanning Articles in a 
crude state, used in dyeinsr or 
tanning, not elsewhere specifiedFree 

Dye, jet black Free 

Dolls 20 

Dice, ivory or bone 20 

Drugs in a crude state, used in 
dyeing or tanning Free 



42 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1885. 



$ e, ad val 
Drugs not elsewhere specified. ... 20 

Degras 20 

Dried Flowers 20 

Dust. Bont Dust and Bone Ash for 
manufacture of phosphates and 

fertilizers Free 

Dualin and Dynamite, 5c. per Ib. 

and ad val 20 

Earthenware and Stoneware, 
Brown or Coloured, and Rock- 

ingham ware 25 

Earthenware, White Granite or 
Iron Stoneware, and " C C," or 

Cream Colored Ware 30 

Earthenware, decorate J, printed 
or sponged, and all Earthen 
ware not elsewhere specified .. 30 

Earth, Fullers Free 

Earth, prepaied 20 

Edge Tools of every description. . 30 

Eggs Free 

Electrotypes of standard books. . 10 
" for commercial blanks 

and advertisements 20 

Electro Plaied Ware aud Gilt 
Ware of all kinds, not to include 

Jewellery 30 

Embroideries not elsewhere pro 
vided for 20 

Emery Free 

Emery Paper 20 

Emery Wheels 25 

Engines, Locomotive and other 
Stationary Fire or other Steam 

Engines and Boilers 25 

Engravings and Prints 20 

Entomology, specimens of Free 

Ergot Free 

Esparto or Spanish Grass, and 
other grasses and pulp of, for 

the manufacture of paper Free 

Essences, vh. : of Apple, Pear, 
Pine Apple, Raspberry, Straw 
berry, Vanilla and other Fruits 

$1 90 per Imp. gal. and 20 

Essential oils for manufacturing 

purposes 20 

Excelsioi for Upholsterers use . . 20 

Extracts of Logwood Free 

Feathers, ustrich and Vulture, 

undressed 15 

" " dressed 25 

Feathers, not elsewhere specified, 20 

Felloes and Wheels (Wood) rough, 15 

Felt adhesive for sheathing ves- 

sa s Free 

Felt ( Woollen) for boots and shoes 
when imported by the manu 
facturers for use in their fac tries 15 
Felt tor glove linings, and endless 

felt for paper makers 10 

Felt Hats 25 

Fel t, others no t elsewhere specified 20 

Fibrilia Free 

Fibre, vegetable, for manufactur 
ing purposes. Free 

Files 30 

Fire Clay Free 

Fire Proof Paint, dry, %c. per Ib. 

Fire Works 25 

Fire Engiues 25 

Fish Oil, and fish of all kinds, the 
produce of the fisheries of the 
United States, except fish of the 
Inland Likes, 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 1 cen t per 1 b. 

Fish hooks, nets and seines, and 
lines and twines for the use of 
the fisheries, but not to include 
sporting fishing tackle or hooks 
with flies, or trolling spoons . . Free 



^ c. ad val 

Fish, Bait Fre 

Fish preserved, except from U. S. 20 

Fishing Rods of all kinds 30 

Flax Seed . . .10 cents per bushel. 
Flour of Rice or Sago, 2o. per Ib. 
Flour of Rye or Wheat, 50c. p. bbl. 
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 
cent per Ib. 

Flax, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Flints and Ground Flint Stones. . Fre< 

Poliae Digitalis Free 

Foot grease (refuse of cotton 8eed)Free 

Fossils Free 

Fruit, dried, Apples, 2 cts. per Ib. 
" GUI rants. Dates. Figs, 

Plums, Prunes Raisins 20 

All others not elsewhere speci 
fied 20 

Fruits, Green, 

Apples 40 cents per bbl. 

Blackberries, Gooseberries, 
Raspberries and Strawber 
ries, 2 cents por quart. 

Cherries & Currants. Ic. per qt. 
Cranberries. .30 cents per bush. 

Grapes 2 cent per Ib. 

Lemons and Oranges 20 

Peaches 40 cents per bush. 

Plums & Quinces 30c. per bush. 
Fruits in air-tight cans. including 
cans, weighing not over one 
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 Skins of all kinds, not dros&ol 

in any manner . ..Free 

Furniture, of wood, iron cv t-.ny 

other material. House 35 

Cabinet or Office, incki ling 
Hair. Spring, aud otlm 1 Mat 
tresses, Caskets and oc-ffins 

of any material 35 

Show Cases, $2 each and 35 

Fuse , 20 

Gas Coke when u-ed in Canadian 

Manufactures only Free 

Gas Fittings 30 

Gelatine 20 

Gin, Geneva and Old Tom 

S1.S2J per Imp. gal. 

Ginger Ale 20 

Gentian and Ginseng Root Free 

Gilt Wnre of all kinds, except 

Jewellery 30 

31ass Pacer and Sand Paper .... 25 
31ass. and manufacture!- of. viz : 
Carboys and Demijohns. Press 
ed and Cut Glass Bottles and 
Decanters, Flasks and Phials 
of every description, Tele 
graph and Lightning Rod In- 
sulnto s, and on Fruit Jars 

and Glass Balls 30 

On Lamps and 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 Giaps. and Stained 
Glass Windows ; Figured, 
Enamelled aud Obscured 
White Glass.. 30 



^ c. ad val. 

Silvered Plate Glass 30 

Glass, and manufactures of, viz. 

On Common and Colorles 8 
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 

otherwise provided for 20 

Glass Bent for Manufacture of 

Show Cases, piovided it is not 

made in Canada Free 

Gloves & Mitts of Cotton, Leather, 

Silk, &c 25 

Glucose Syrup, jc. perlb. & act val. 35 
Glucose or Grape Sugar to be 

classed and rated for duty as 

sugar, according to grade by 

Dutch standard. 

Goldbeaters Ski us 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. 

Buckwheat. ..10 cts. per bushel. 

Indian Corn,7i 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 and Scraps Free 

Grease. Axle 20 

Grass, Manilla and 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 

Gy psum,crude,( Sulphate of Lime)Frea 
Gutta Percha, manufactures of . . 25 

Guns, Kifles and Muskets 20 

Gun and Pistol Cartridges & Caps 30 
Gunpowder & other Explosives, viz. 
On Gun Rifle and Pistol Cart- 
rid- es. and Cartridge Cases of 

all kinds 30 

On Gun Rifle & Sporting Powder 
in kegs, half kegs or quarter- 
kegs, and other similar pack 
ages 5 ctw per Ib. 

On Cannon and Musket Powder 
in kegs and barrels, 4c. p Ib. 
On haunter Powder in pound 
and half Ib. tins. 15c. perlb. 
On blasting and Mining Pow 
der 3 m rits per Ib. 

On Gisnf Powder, Dualin. Dyn 
amite and other explosives, 
in which nitro glycerine is a 
constituent part: 

5c per Ib. and ad val. ..... 20. 

On Nitro-glycerine: 

10 cents per ]b. and ad val. 20 

Hair Cloth 3tt 

Hair, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Hair, Curled 20 

Hair, Alpaca, Angola. Buffalo, 
Bison. Camel s, Goat, Hog, Horse, 

Human, unmanufactured Free 

Hair Oils 30 

Hatters Furs, not on the skin . . Free 
Hams & Bacon, dried or smoked, 
2 cents per Ib. 



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CANADIAN TABIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



"$ c ad vol. 

Hay and Straw 20 

Hay. Mauure and Potato Forks. . 35 
Hats, Silk, Felt, Straw, Chi->, 

Grass 25 

LUttfis Pluihof Silk or Cotton.. Free 

" nilock Bark Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hemp Ruga, for manufacture of 

puper only_ ...Free 

Hickory Lumber. unmanufact ed.Free 
Hides, raw or uncovered, whether 

dry-salted or pickled Fr^e 

Hoes 35 

Honey, bees in the comb or other 
wise 3 cents per Ib. 

Hops 6 cents per Ib. 

H -ofs, horn andhorntips Free 

Horns and Pelts Free 

Horses, Cattle. Sheep, Swine, for 

the improvement of Stock Free 

Horse Shoes SO 

Horse Sho- Nails 30 

Hosiery of Wool, "ic. p. Ib. & ad 

vat 20 

Hosiery of Cotton or Silk 30 

Horn and Ivory, manufactures of, 20 

Horses 20 

Horse Hair, unmanufactured. . . .Fr^e 

Hubs of wood (rough) 15 

Hyo 1 yamusor Henbane Leaf ..Free 

Ice Fret 

India Rubber Boots and Shoes . . 25 

India Rubber Clothing.... 35 

India Rubber vulcan zed handles 

for knives and forks 10 

India Rubber, unmanufactured. .Free 

Indian Hemp, crude drug Free 

Indigo. Paste and Extract of. ... Free 

Iodine, crude Fn-e 

Ink. writing 2o 

Ink, others 20 

Ipecacuanha Root Free 

Iris, oiris root. Free 

Istle or Tampico Fibre Free 

Ivory and Ivory Nuts, uninanu- 

fac< ured Free 

Ivory Veneers, sawn only, not 

planed or polished Free 

Irou and Steel, old and scrap. . . .Free 
Iron Masts for ships, or parts 

thereof Free 

Iron Sand Free 

Ivory, manufactures of, not else 
where specified 20 

Iron, manufactures. (See manu 
factures of iron.) 

Jalap. Root Free 

Japanned Ware and Tin Ware . . 25 
Jellies and Jams. . . .5 cts. per Ib. 

Jet, manufactures of 20 

Jewel lery and other manufactures 

of gold and silver 20 

Junk, old Free 

Jute Butts Free 

Jute Carpeting or Mats 25 

Jute Clotb. not less than 42 inches 
wide, for manufacture of bags. Free 

Jute, mttnfkciures of 20 

Jute Canvas, not less than 58 
inches wide, for manufacture of 

floor Oil Cloth Free 

Jute, unmanufactured Free 

Kainite or German Potash Salts, 

for fertilizers Free 

Kelp and Krvnlite Free 

Labels fur fruit, vegetables, meat, 
fish and confectionery, 10 cts. 

per Ib. and 20 

Lac. dye, crude, seed, button, stick 

and shell Free 

Laces not elsewhere specified, 

except leather 20 

Lava, unmanufactured Free 

Lava, manufactures of 20 

Lampbla -k 10 

Lard, tried or rendered, 2c. per Ib, 



^ c ad lal. 

Lard, untried l^c.perlb. 

Lard Oil 20 

Lead, bars and blocks, bO cents 
per 100 Ibs. 

" pipe 30 

" old, pig, sheets a^d 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 Board. . . .3 cents per Ib. 
boot and shoe counters, 

i cent per pair. 
" mon>cco skins, tanned, 

but rough or undressed 10 
" sole, tanned, but rough 

or undressed 10 

" sole ana belting, tanned, 
but not waxed, and all 

upper leather 15 

Leather sole and belting, and all 

upper, dressed & waxed 2u 
" 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 Belting 25 

" Glove, viz , Buck Deer, 
l.lk and Antelope, 
tanned or dressed, col 
ored or not colored .... 10 

Leeches Free 

Lemons an.i riuds of, in brine, 

forcandving Free 

Lime and Acetate of 2vi 

Lime and Lemon Juice 2() 

Linen and Linen Thread 20 

Linen Duck. Canvas, Diapers, or 
other manufactures of Flax, not 

elxewhbt e specified 20 

Linen Clothing 20 

Lines and Twines, for uso of 

fisheries Free 

Liquorice Juice and Paste for 

Manufacturing purposes 15 

Liquorice Root Free 

Litharge Free 

Lithographed. Printed or Copper 

Plate Bills 30 

Liquorice Stick, "Xtract of. Con 
fection, 1 cent per Ib. and 20 

Lithographic-stones, not engraved 20 
Litmus and all Lichens, prepared 

and not prepared Free 

Lobsters, fresh or preserved, from 

U. S. Free 

Locks ;,U 

Locomotives and Railway Cars, 
the property of railway compan 
ies in the United States, so long 
as Canadian Locomotives and 
Cars are admitted free in the 

United States Fr er 

Locust Be.ins Free 

Logsand Kound Timber, unmanu 
facturcd. not elsewhere pro 
vided for f n-e 

Lumber. Plank and Boards, sawn, 
of boxwood, cherry, chesti.ut. 
gnruwood . mnh< ^anj .ojtk.pili h 
pine, rosewood sandal wood wal 
nut. Spanish cedar and white 
wood, not shaped, planed, or 
otherwise manufactured, and 

sawdust of the same Free 

Lumbei and Timber, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Provided that hi -kory Inmtier 
sawn to shape for spokes of 
wheels, but not further manu 
factured, shall be also Free 



^ c. ad vol. 
Magic Lanterns and Optical In- 

sti undents, including Micros- 

j ti- iid lelttces 25 

Manganese. Oxide of. Free 

Manufactures of Iron, viz : 

Pig $ . per ton. 

Old and Si-rap Free 

In slabs, blooms, loops or billets 
puddled or not and luuck or 
puddled bars or billets 10 

Boiler plate 12i 

Hoop lion, not exceeding % of 
an inch in width and beirg 
.\o 2.i Gauge i r thinner Free 

In liais. rolled or hammered, 
including fiats round and 
squared; nail and spike rods, 
and all other iron not else 
where provided for 17i 

Iron_or Steel biams, sheets or 
plates, angles and knees for 
iron or composite ^lips .... .Free 

On rolled, round, wire rods in 
coils, under halt an inch in 
diameter 10 

On irou rails or railway bars for 
Railways or Tramways 16 

On R y Fish-plates Frogs, Frog- 
points. Chair and Fiuger Bars 17i 

Oil Band and Ho<>p Sheet, 
smoothed or polished. crated or 
galvanized, and common or 
black. No. 17 gauge or thinner 12J 

Canada Plates 124 

On Iron and Steel Wire and 
Galvanized 15 

On Stoves and other Castings. . 26 

On Gas, Water and Soil Pipes 
of Cast Iron 25 

On Cast Iron Forks, not hand 
led, giound or otheiwise fur 
ther manufactured 10 

On Car Wheels and Axles 25 

On Rolled Beams. Channels and 
Anttle. and T Iron 12J 

On Iron Bridge arjd structural 
iron work, malleable iron 
castings, and iron sales, and 
doors for safes and vaults. ... 25 

On o>namental iron work, and 
wire work 25 

Dn Locomotive Engines, and on 
stationary fire or other steam 
enumesor boilers and on other 
machinery composed of iron, 
or ot which iron is the compo 
nent part ot chief value 25 

On Locomotive Tires of t^teel or 
Bessemer Steel in the rough. 10 

On Seamless Wrought Iron 
Tubing, plain, not threaded 
or coupled, or otherwise 
Manufactured, over 2 inches 
in diaui 15 

When 2 inches in diam., or 
under 25 

On Skates and Locks of all 
kind* 30 

On Tinned, glazed or enamelled 
hollow ware of cast o- wrought 
iron 25- 

On Hardware, iz. : Builders, 
cabinet makers, upholsterers, 
carriage makers, saddlers and 
undertakers, including coffin 
trimmings of metal SO 

On Bolts, Washers and Rivets, 
Tacks, Israels and Sprigs, Hun 
garian arid Clout IS ails. Horse 
shoes and Horse-shoe Nails 
Iron Wire Nails.ealled Pointer 
de Paris 30 

On Iron and Steel Screws com 
monly called Wood Screws . . 35 

On Scale?. Balances and Weigh 
ing Beams SO 



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[1885. 



> c. ad val, 

On Chain Cables, over 9-16 of 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, %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 

in sheets for the manufacture 

of saws Free 

Steal for Saws and Straw-Cut 
ters, cut to shape, but not 

further manufactured Free 

Steel, ingots, bars, sheets under 
3-16 of an inch thick, whole 
or cut to shape, but not fur 
ther manufactured.and rolled 
round wire rods in coils, not 
elsewhere specified. S3 per 

ton of 2,000 pounds and 10 

On Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Hay, 
Manure and Potato Forks, 

Hakes and Rake Teeth 35 

On Carpenters, Coopers,Cabinet> 
makers and all oth&r Me 
chanics Tools, Edge 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 rolled round wire rods, 
under 5 an inch in diameter, 
when imported by wire manu 
facturers for use in their fac 
tories 5 

On Fire Arms, viz.: Muskets, 

Rifles. Pistols and Shot Guns 20 
On Knife Blade? or Knife Blanks 
in the rough, uuhandled, for 

use by electroplated 10 

On Needles, viz. : Cylinder 
n:edlcs, hand frame needles 

and la f ch needle? 30 

And on all other manufactures 
of Steel, and of IronandSteel, 

not elsewhere specified 20 

Manufactures of Mohair 20 

Manufactures Wood of viz.: 
Woodenware, Pails, Tubs, 
Churns, Brooms, Brushes and 
other manufacturers of wood 

not elsewhere specified 25 

Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and 

Wheels (rough) 15 

Manuscripts Free 

Manilla Grass 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 hea.l 

$2 each and ad val. 20 
Marble, finished, and on all manu 
factures of Marble not else 
where specified 30 

Marble in blocks from the quarry, 
in the rough or sawn on two 
sides only and not spatially 
.ihapen, containing less than 



^ c. ad val. 

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 Regulations,15c. per bush. 
Malt, Extract of, for Medicinal 

purposes 25 

Macaroni and Vermicelli 20 

Maps and Charts 20 

Meats, fresh or salted, on actual 
weight as received in Canada, 
(except Bacon, Hams, Shoulders 

and Sides) 1 ct. per Ib. 

Shoulders, Sides, Bacon and 
Hams, fresh, salted, dried or 

smoked 2 cts. per Ib. 

Poultry and Game of all kinds . . 20 
AH other Dried or Smoked Meats, 
or meats preserved in any other 
way than salted or pickled, not 
otherwise specified . .2c. per Ib. 
Medicines, Proprietary, commonly 
called Patent Medicines, or any 
medicine or preparation of 
which the recipe is kept se 
cret, or the ingredients where 
of ate kept secret, and the name 
of the, manufacturer must be 
legibly affixed to each package, 

all liquids 50 

AH others 25 

Milk Food. Man. by Henri Nestle, 
Dr. Gibaut, and others, and all 

other similar preparations 30 

Menageries, Horses, Cattle. Car 
riages and Harnesses of. under 
regulations to be prescribed by 

the Minister ol Customs Free 

Mercury Free 

Metal, and manufactures of, not 

elsewhere provided for 20 

Medals of Gold, Silver or Copper. Free 
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 

for 20 

Mill Iron and Mill cranks, aud 
on rough Forcings for Mills and 
Locomotives or parts thereof, 
weighing 25 pounds or more . . 20 

Models of Inventions Free 

Morphine 20 

Moss, Iceland and other Mosses, 

crude Free 

Moss, seaweed and all other vege 
table substances used for beds 
or mattresses, in tbeir natural 

state or only cleaned Free 

Musical Instruments, not else 
where specified, to be rated 
according to chief value of ma 
terial 25 

Munjeet Free 

Mustard Cake 20 

Musta.rd Seed, ungrouud 15 

" ground 25 

Music in Sheets or Bouud 

10 cts. per Ib. I 

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$ c. ad val. 

Musk, in powder or grains Free 

Naptha ...71-5 cts. per Imp. gal. 

Naval and Military Stores Free 

Newspapers & quarterly, monthly 
andsemi-monthly Magazines, & 
weekly literary papers, unboundFree 
Nitro-Glycerine, 

10 cte. per Ib. and ad val. 20 

Nitre, Cubic Free 

Nickel Free 

Nickel Anodes 10 

Nitrate of Soda or Cubic Nitre . . Free 
Nuts, all kinds, except Cocoa Nut 20 

Nut Galls Free 

Oatmeal . j ct. per Ib. 

Oak Bark Free 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unground, 

washed or unwashed 10 

Oil Cake Free 

Oil Cloth for floors, stamped, 
painted or printed, Table Covers 
similarly prepared, and oiled or 

painted Window Blinds . . 30 

Oils, Coal and Kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, Naphtha, 
Benzols, Petroleum, Products 
of Petroleum, Coal, Shale and 
Lignite not elsewhere specified, 
7 1-5 cts. par Imp. gal. 

Oils, Carbolic or Heavy Oil 10 

Oils, Linseed or Flax Seed, raw or 

boiled 25 

" Cod Liver, medicated 20 

" Lard, Neatafoot, Olive or 

Salad and Sesame Seed. ... 20 
" Lubricating.composed wholly 
or in part of Petroleum,and 
costing 30 cts. per Imp gal. 

or over 2o 

Do., costing less than 30 ets. 
per Imp gal., 

7 1-5 cts. per Imp. gal. 

All other Lubricating Oils 25 

Oils, Hair 30 

" Speim 2<) 

" Whale in casks from on ship 
board, and in the condition 
in which it was first landed. Free 

" Castor 20 

" Vegetable not elsewhere 

specified 20 

" Fish Oil, the produce of the 

fisheries of the United StatesFreo 
" Cocoa Nut and Palm in their 

natural state Free 

" not elsewhere specified 20 

Opium, Drug 20 

Opium, prepared tor smoking . . . 

$5.00 per Ib. 

Oranges and rinds of, in brine for 

candying Free 

Oranges 20 

Organs, Cabinet, 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 ad val. 15 

Over four and not over six 

$20 each and ad val 15 
Over six setp, $30 each & ad val. 15 

Ordnance Stores Free 

Ores of Metal of all kinds Free 

Osiers Freo 

Ottar of Roses Freo 

Oysters in cans, fresh from coun 
tries other than the U. S. 2,> 
" preserved, from countries 

, other than the U. S. 20 
" fresh in can from the U. S.Free 
Oysters shelled in bulk from U. S.Free 
Paintings, Drawings, Engravings 

and Prints 20 

Paintings, in Oil or Water Colours, 
by artists of well-known merit, 



1885.] 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



45s 



^ c. ad val. 
or copies of the old masters by 

such artists Free 

Paints and Colors not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Fire Proof Paint, dry, % c. per Ib. 
Paper Hangings and Wall Paper 
and glazed, plated, marbled, 
enamelled or embossed paper, 
in rolls or sheets and Card 
boards similarly finished 30 

Paper of all kinds not elsewhere 

specified , 20 

Paints and Colours ground in oil, 

or any other liquid 25 

Paris Green, dry 10 

Ppar, Manufactures of, includ 
ing envelopes not elsewhere 

specified 25 

Paper, Sand, Glass and Emery. . . 25 
Paper, Union collar cloth Paper 

in sheets not shaped 5 

Paper Waste or Clippiugs(see RagsFree 

Paper, Millboard, not straw 10 

Paper, Calendered, ruled 25 

" " unruled 22$ 

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 Ib 
Palm Leaf, unmanufactured . . . .Free 

Palm Leaf, manufactured 20 

Pamphlets 15 

Paste, perfumed 30 

Peaches 40 cts. per bushel 

Perfumery, including Toilet Pre- 
parationSj 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 of, manufactured . . 20 

Pease, Split 20 

Pepper, unground 20 

" ground 25 

Persis 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 

$1.90 per Imp.gallon and ad val. 30 
Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 
Water in bottles not weighing 
more than four ounces each. . . 40 

Periodicals 15 

Peas 10 cts. per bush. 

Peas Meal 20 

Pewter, Platina and Metal Com 
position, not elsewhere provid 
ed for 20 

Pelts Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Phosphor Bronze in blocks, bars, 

sheets and wire 10 

Pipes, Lead 30 

Pitch, Burgundy Free 

Pickles and Sauces 20 

Pins, manufactured from wire of 

any metal 30 

Pipe Organs, and sets or parts 
of sets of Reeds for Cabinet 

Organs 25 

Pitch (Pine) Free 

Pitch (Coal) 10 

Pipe Clay Free 

Pianofortes, viz. : 
On all square pinafortes, whe 
ther round cornered or not, 

not over seven octaves 

$25 each and ad val. 15 
On all other square pianofortes, 

$30 each and ad val. 15 



ty c. ad val. 

On upright pianofortes 

$30 each and ad val. 15 
On concert, semi-concert or 

parlor grand pianofortes 

$50 each and ad vol. 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 

Plants viz.. Fruit, Shade, Lawn 
and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs 

and Plants 20 

Plated Ware, Gilt Ware and 

Electro-plate Ware of all kinds 30 
Plates 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 

Potah, German mineral Free 

Potash, Muriate of Crude Free 

Pomades, French or flower Odor, 
preserved in fat or oil for the 
purpose of conserving the odors 
ot" flowers which do not besr 
the heat of distillation, when 
imported in tins not less than 

ten pound each 15 

Potatoes 10 cts. per bush 

Portable machines, portable steam 

engines, &c 35 

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 specified 20 

Printing Presses of all kinds .... 10 

Printed, Lithographed or Copper 

or Steel Plate Bills, Cheques, 

Receipts, Drafts, Posters, Cards, 

Commercial Blank Forms of 

every description 30 

Printed Music, bound or in sheets, 
10 cts. per Ib. 

Advertising Pictures or Pictorial 
Show Cards or Bills. 6c. per 

Ib. and . . 20 

Prunella and Cotton and Woolen 
Netting for Boots, Shoes and 

Gloves 10 

Pumice Stone, ground or powdr d 20 

Pumice and Pumice Stone Free 

Pumps, cistern, well, Ac 35 

Putty 25 

Quercitron, or Extract of Oak 

Bark .Free 

Quills 20 

Quinine, Sulphate of Free 

Rags of cotton, linen, jute and 
hemp, paper waste or clippings, 
and waste of any kind fit only 

for manufacture of paper Free 

Rattans, unmanufactured . . .Free 

" manufactured 25 

Raisins 20 

Rennet, raw or prepared Free 

Rhubarb Root Free 

Rice let. perlb. 

Rice, uncleaned, unhulltd when 
imported dried from country of 

growth 17J. 

Rice and Sago Flour, 2 cts. per Ib. 
Rivets and Burrs of Copper, Iron 
or Brass 30 

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^ c. ad val f 

Ribbons 30 

Rifles 20 

Rinds of Lemon in Brino for Can 
dying Free 

Rosin Free 

Roofing Felt 2j 

Ropes or Cordage, not elsewhere 

specified 20 

Rubber, manufactures of 25 

Rubber, India, unmanufactured Free 
Rubbar, recovered and rubber 

substitute Free 

Rye 10 cts. per bush. 

Rye Flour 50 cts. per brl. 

Safes, of Iron 25 

Saffron and Safflower. and extract 

of Free 

Saffron, Cake Free 

Sago 20 

Sago and Rice flour 2c. per Ib. 

Sails, ready-made, for boats, ships, 

awnings and tents 25 

Sal Ammonia Free 

Sal Soda Free 

Salt Cake (Sulphate of Soda) for 

manufacturing purposes 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 Ib. 
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 

Sarsaparilla Root Free 

Sausage Casings, not cleaned Free 

Screws, not otherwise provided 

for 30 

Sea Weed, not elsewhere speci- - 

fled Free 

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 Fenugruk. . . Free 
Seeds, other, not elsewhere speci 
fied 20 

Seed, Mustard, unground 15 

" " ground 25 

Senna in Leaves Free 

Settlers Effects, viz.: Wearing 
Apparel, Household Furniture, 
&c.: 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 \>y 
the Governor in Council. 
Sewing Machines, whole or heads, 
or parts of heads of sewing 
machines, $2.00 each and adval 20 

Shawls, Woollen, ad val 25 

Shawls, Silk 30 

Shellac, White, for manufacturing 

purposes Free 

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, rigging, and all appliances, 



46 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



[1885. 



30 



^ c. ad val. 
except machinery ................... 10 

On boiler, engine, and other 
machinery ......................... 25 

Shrubs an.l Plants ............ 20 

Siloxor Crystallized Quartz ..... Free 

Silk Velvets, aud all niauutactuies 

of Silk, or of which Silk is the 

component part of chief value, 

not elsewhere specified. excpt 

Church Vestments 
Silk iu the guin. not more ad 
vanced than singles, tram and 
thrown orgauziue, and lUw 
Spun Silk, nut covereu. . ..... 15 

" Seiving and Silk Twist ....... 25 

<l raw or as reeled from the Co 
coon, not being doubled, twist 
ed or advanced in manufacture 
iu any way, Silk Cocoons and 
Silk Waste . ............... Free 

Silk plush netling, used for 
manufacture of gloves ...... 15 

Silver Coin, United States ...... 20 

Si lvei Leaf .......... ........ 20 

Silver, German, iu Sheets ...... 10 

Silicateot Soda ............... Free 

Skins, undressed, dried, or salted 
pickled ...................... Free 

Slate of all kinds aid manufac 

tures, not otherwise specified. . 25 
Slate Mauttls ...... ........... 30 

Slares for Writing and for Sfhouls 25 
Slates, Roofing Slate, black or 

blue 80 ceuts per square. 
Slates, led, green, and other 

colours, $1 per square. 
Sleighs, Wheelbanows. and othef 
like articles .................. 

Snuff, 20 cts. per Ib. and ad val. . 
Soap, common brown and yellow, 
not perfumed . .1% ct. per Ib. 
Soao, castile aud while, 2c per Ib. 
Soap, stock .................... 20 

Soap Powd-rs ...... 2 cts. per 11). 

Soap, perfumed or toilet ........ 30 

Soda, Caustic .................. Free 

Soda Ash ...... ................... Fn-e 

Sodium, Sulphide of .................. Free 

Spades ....................... 35 

Spelter in blork or pigs ........ Free 

Specimens of Mineralogy ...... Free 

Specimen 1 - of Botany ........... free 

Spices of all kin. Is, except Nut 
megs am! Mace, unground. . .. 10 

Spices 01 all kiuds, except Nut 
megs and Mace, ground ...... 25 

Spices. Maces and Nutmegs... 25 
Spirits aud Strong Waters, not 
having beeu sweetened or 
mixed with any article, so that 
tho degree of strength tbeieof 
caun t be ascertained by Syke s 
Hydrometer, for every Imperial 
gallon of the strength ol proof 
by such Hydrometer and so in 
proportion for any greater or 
less strength than the strength 
of pr >of, aud tor every greater 
or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz: Geneva Gin, Rum, Whis 
key aud uneuumer.ited articles 
of like kinds. $1 32^ per I gal. 
of Brandy . . ..{I 4o per I gal. 



30 



" sweetened and mixed, so 
that the strength cannot be as 
certained as f >resaid, viz : 
Ruin Shrub, Cordials. Schiedam 
Schnapps, 1 atia Bitters aud 
unenumerated arii. les of like 
kinds.... _____ .,$1 90 per 1 gal. 

Spirits aud Strong Waters, not 
elsewhere specified, $1 90 per i.gal. 

Spirits and Strong Waters im 
ported into Canada, mixed with 
any ingredient or ingredients, 



%4 c. ad val. 

and although thereby coming 
under the denominatiou of Pro 
prietary Medicines, Tinctures, 
Ksseuces, Extracts or any other 
denominatiou not elsewhere 
specified, shall be, nevertheless, 
deemed Spirits or Strong 
W*iers," aud subject to a duty 
is such. ... $1 90 per I gal. aud 20 
SpiriH, perfumed. an<l Cologne 
Water, in Dottles or flasks not 
weiguing more than 4 oz. each 40 
Spirits, perfumed, aud Colotrue 
Water in botdes, flasks or other 
packages weighing more than 4 
oz. each,$l9optrgal unladval. 30 

Sponges 20 

Spurs and Stilts, used .n the 
manufacture of earthenware ...Free 

Squills Free 

Starch, including Farina. Corn 
Starch or Fl-mr, and all pre 
parations having the qualities 
of Starch .... . . .2 cts. per b. 

Stationery .>f "11 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 tlecirotypes for 
commercial blanks and adver 
tisements 20 

Stereotypes and tlectrotypes 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, 

$1 per ton of 13 cubic feet. 
Stone tor building and dressed 
Freestone, except Marble from 
the quarry, not hammered or 
chisseled, and on all manufac 
tures of Stone or Granite 20 

Flag Siones. dressed $1 50fHon 
Stoves and other Castings, not 

elsewhere specified 25 

Straw 20 

Straw Hats 25 

street Kai wav bars or rails . ...Free 
Sugars, .-syrups and Molasses: 
Sugar, when imported direct, 
without transhipment, from 
the country of growth aud 
produciion, above No. 14 
Dutch Standard, 1 ct. per 

Ib. and 32| 

Equal to No. 9, and not above 
No. 14 Duich Standard, % 

ct. per Ib. and 27s 

Below No. 9 Duti-h -standard, 

% ct. perlb and 27 

Mefido. and Coucntrtt d Me- 

laJo. % ct per lo. and 27 5- 

On all the *b .ve Sugars. M 1 ido 
aud Concentrated M 1 i-io, 
when not imported dir ct, 
without transhipment, trurn 
tlie country of growth and 
production, 
Above No. 14 Dutch Standard, 

1 ct. per Ib. and 35 

Equal to No. 9 and not above 
No. 14 Dutch Standird. % 

ct. par Ib. and 30 

Below No. 9 Dutch Standard, 

% ct per Ib. aud 30 

M lido, and Oouc -ntrated Me- 

lido, % ct perl-., and 30 

Concentrated Cane Juice, Con 
centrated M 1 tsSes. C >ncen- 
trated B et Root Juice, and 
Concrete, whether imported 
direct or not, % ct. per Ib. and 30 

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^ c. ad val, 

Syrups, Cane Juice, Reliued 
Syrup, Sugar House Syrup or 
Sugar House Molasses, Syr. up 
ol Sugar, Syrup of M >JaWs, 
or Sorghum, whether im 
ported direct or not, % ct. 

per Ib. and 30 

SI lasses, other, when imported 
direct,without transhipment, 
from the country of growth 

and production 15 

Molasses when not so imported 20 
The value upon whi/h the ad 
valorem duty s,h .11 be levii-d 
and collected upon all the 
above named Sugars, Melido, 
Syrups, Molasses, &c., bhall 
be the value thereof free on 
board, as provided by section 
77 of T/ie Customs Art, 1S83 
Syrup of Glucose 

% ct perlb. and ad val. 35 

Sulphur, iu roll or flour Free 

Sumac 20 

Tifia $1 90 per [g*l. 

Tagging metal, piaiu. Japanned 
or coated, in coils uot over Ijin. 
in width, when imported by 
manulact rs of shoe and corset 
laces, for use iu their factories. Free 

Tails, uudressed Free 

Tallow 1 ct. per Ib. 

Tauipico, white and black Free 

Tanuers Bark Free 

Taraxacum Hoot Free 

Tar, Fine Free 

T*na-Japonica Free 

Tea t Free 

Tea, when imported from U. S .... 10 

Teasels Free 

Telephones 25 

Thread. Lin-n 20 

Tic-kets aua Advertising Bills and 

Fol lers, IU cts per Ib. aud. ... 20 
Tiles, brain and Drain Pipes aud 

Sewer Pipes, glazed 25 

Tiu, in bars, blocks or pig, plates 

and sheets Free 

Tiu Crystals 20 

Tinware, Stamped and Japanned 
Ware, and ou all manufactures 
of Tin not elsewhere spoi ified. . 25 
Tinctures, containing Spirits, 

#1 90 per 1. gal. 

Tobacco Pipes 20 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for ISx- 
cise purposes, uuder conditions 

of Act 31 Vic., o apol Free 

Tobacco, manufactured, and Snuff 

20c. per Ib. aud ad val. 12J 
Tomatoes in cans. 2 ceuts per Ib 

Tools Edge ..... 30 

Tortoise and other Shells, un 
manufactured Free 

Trees, Shrubs and Plants 20 

Treeuails Free 

Trees, \pple ot all kinds, each.. 2c 
Pear " " " .. 4c 
Plum " " " .. oc 
Cnerry " " " .. 4c 
Quiuce " il " .. 2ic 
when imported into Maul 
toba or N W. T. tor plant 
ing Free 

Tripoli 20 

Trui.ks, Satchels, Valises and 
Carpet Bags, Purses aud Pocketr 

books 30 

Tubes and Piping of Iron (seirn- 
less), Wroiuht lion, Tubing 
plaiu. not threaded ,>r coupled 

or otherwies manufacture! 15 

Tubes and Piping of Brass (seam 
less drawn) 10 

Tubes aud Piping of Copper (seam 
less drawn; 10 



1885.J 



CANADIAN TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 



47 



fi c. ad val. 

Turmeric , Free 

Turpentine, raw or crude Free 

Turpentine, Spirits of 10 

Turtles Free 

Tuscan and Grass Plaits Free 

Twines, of all kinds 25 

Type for Printing 20 

Type Metal 10 

Umbrellas 25 

Uuiou Collar Cloth Paper in sheets 

not shaped 5 

Vaccine aud Ivory vaccine points. Free 

Valerian Knot Free 

Varnish, black ana bright, for 

ship* use Free 

Varnish, not elsewhere specified, 

20c per Imp. gal. and advjtl.. 20 
Vasiline and all similar prepara 
tions ol Pttroleum in bulk, 

4 cts. per Ib. 

In bottles or packaues, not 
over 1 Ib. in weight each, 

6 cts. per Ib. 
Vegetables, viz. : 

Potatoes lOc. per bush. 

Tomatoes... 30 cts. per bushel. 
Tomatoes and other vegeta- 
bles.including Corn in cans, 
weighing uoi over 1 Ib., 2c 
per can, and 2c additional 
per can for each Ib. or frac 
tion of a Ib. ovei 1 lh. 
All other, including Sweet 

Potatoes 20 

Velveteens and Cotton Velvets ... 2u 

Vermicelli and Macaroni 20 

Veneers of Wood, Ivory, Ac., sawn 

only Free 

Verdigris Subacetate of Cop , dry. Free 
Vegetable ribres, natural, not pro 
duced by any mechan. process. Free 

Vinegar loc per 1. gal. 

Vitriol. Blue Free 

Volatile or Kssential > ils, tor 

manafacturintc purposes 20 

Wagons. (See Carriages) 35 

Wadding, Cotton, unbleached 

2c. per Ib A ad val. 15 

Wadding, Cotton, bleached 

3 ctB per Ib. and 15 
Washers. Bolts. Nuts, &c., of Iron 30 

Waluuis 20 

Wati hes and Watch Cases 25 

Wntches, actions or movements... 20 

Waters, Mineral and grated 20 

Water-Lime, Stone or Cement 

Stone $1 per ton 

W uste. Cot-frm Free 

Wax Cancll s. Paraffine, 5c. per Ib. 
Wax, Bees. Paiafiine and other . . 20 
Wax, manufactuies of, not else 
where spe-ified 20 

Whiskey $1 82^ per I. gal. 

Watches. Wat,-b Cases 25 

Watch Movements 20 

W b~- 1>, Woodeu trough) 20 

Whips 25 

Wheat 15c per bush. 

Wheelbarrows 30 

Whimur or Whitenintt Free 

Whulebone, unmanufactured. . . .Free 
Whalebone, manufactures of .... 20 

Will W. for Basket Makers Free 

Willow Furniture 35 

Winceys, pliin, of all widths, 
when the material is not over 

one-fourth wool 20 

Checked, striped or 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 sqrm e yard and 15 

Wines of all kinds, except Spark 
ling Wines, including Ginger, 



!p c. ad val. 

Orange. Lemon, Strawberry, 
Raspberry, Elder and Currant 
Wines, containing 26 per cent, 
or less of Spirits of the strength 
of proof, by Syke 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 

And for every degree above 26 
per cent. 3 cts more per I. g*l. 

and ad val SO 

Wines. Champagne and all other 
Sparkling Wines in hollies, con 
taining each not moie than a 
quart aud more than a pint, $3 

per doz.and ad val 30 

Wines. Champagne and 11 other 
Sparkling Wines in bottles, con 
taining one h If pint or less, 
7-V. per do/, bottles aud art val. 30 
Wines, Sparkling, in bottles con 
taining each not more than a 
pint and more than one half 
pint, $1 50 per doz.and ad val... 30 
Wines. Spaik] ng. bottles outain- 
ing more tlun one quart each 
sbnll pav, in addition to $3 per 
doz bottles. i\t the raie ol $1 50 
per Imp ft\. on the quantity in 
excess ot me quart per bottle: 
$1 50 per i. 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 st ength of proof 
by Sjkes Hydrometer, shall be 
rated tor duty as unenumerated 

Spirits $1 90 per I. gal. 

Wire of Iron or Steel 15 

Wire of Iron or Slo<-l, galvanized 

or tinued, 15 gauge or unitller. Free 
Wire of Spring Steel, coppered, 
for the manufacture of mat- 
trasses, No. 9 gauge and smaller. Free 

Wire. Copper, round or flat Free 

Wiie. Brass, " " Free 

Wire Cloth of Brass or Copper . . 20 
Wire Kiggingforshipsandvessels Free 
Wool, unmanufactured. Hair of 
the Alpaca Goat and other like 
animals, not elsewhere specifiedFree 
Wool and Woollons, manufac 
tures of vjz.: 
Wof l,Worsted,the Hairof the 
Alpaca goat or other like 
animals, viz.: Blankets, 
and fUnnelsof ever\ descrip 
tion, not elsewhere speci 
fied, cloths, doeskins, cassi- 
meres. tweeds, coatings, 
oven oatings.cloakings. f. It 
cloth of every description, 
not elsewhere specified, 
horse Collar cloth, yarn, 
knitting yarn, fingering 
yarn, worsted yarn. Knit 
ted Goods, viz. : shirts, 
drawers and hosiery, not 
elsewhere specified, 

"i cts. per Ib aud ad val. 20 
On clothini; red\ -marie & wear 
ing appirelofeverj descrip 
tion, including socks Astock- 
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 tac d 
wholly or in part by lailor, 
seamstressor man tacturer, 
except knit goods. 

10 cts. pr Ib. and ad val. 25 
On all manufactures composed 
wbollv or in part of Wool 
worsted, the hair of the 

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$ c. ad val. 

Alpaca goat or other like 
animals not herein other- 
wisp provided for 20 

On treble ingrain, thret ply and 
two ply carpets composed 
whilly of wool. 
10 cts. p. sq yd. and ad val. 20 
On two ply and three ply in 
grain carpets, of which the 
warp is composed whi lly of 
cotton or other material 
than wodl, worsted, the 
hair of the Alpaca goat or 
other like animals 
5 cts. per sq. yd. and ad val. 20 
Wool class one. viz.: Leicester, 
Cotswold, Lincolnshire. Down 
combing wools or woolskuowa 
as lustre wools and other like 
combiny wools such as are 
grow n in Canada. 3 cts. per Ib. 

Woollen Rags Free 

Wood, and Manufactures of 
Wooden Ware, viz : 

Pails. Tubs.Churn8,Brooms, 
Brushes and c her Manu 
factures of Wood not else 
where spe ; ^9<l 25 

On Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and 

W heels (Ro igh) 15 

On Lnmbei ana Vim tier not else 
where specified 20 

Wood for luel when imported into 

Manitoba and N. W. T Free 

Wood not further manufactured 
than sawn or split, viz., African 
teak, black heart ebony, ligum- 
vitae. red cedar and satin wood. Free 

Wrapping Paper 20 

Writing Ink 25 

V ast 20 

Yellow Metal, in bolts and bars. .Free 
Yellow Meial for sheathing ....Free 
Zinc, iu pi^s. hl.x-ks and sheets. .Free 
/.inc, s< amless drawn tubing. ... 10 
Zinc, Chloride, Salts and Sul 
phate of 5 

Zinc, Manufactures of, not else 
where specified 25 

All goods not enumerated in this 
Act as cbarged with any duty of Cus 
toms and not declared tree of duty by 
this Actor som>- unrepealed Actor pro 
vision, shall be charged with a duty 
of twenty per cent, ad valorem, when 
imported into Canada, or taken out of 
warehouse for consumption therein. 
The fottovring articles shall be prohibi 
ted to be imported under a penalty 
of two hundred dollarf, together 
with the forfeiture, of the parcel or 
package ofgoiids in which the sam e 
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. 
Foreign reprints of British copyright 
works, copyrighted in Canada, 
and Canadian copyright works. 
Coin, base or counterfeit. 
The following articles being the natural 
prtKlucts, or the manufactures of 
the coltmy of Newfoundland, are 
exempted from Customs duty when 
imported, into Canada, viz.: 
Fish, fresh, dried, salted or smoked. 
Fish-oil and nil products of fish. 
Seal-oil. Animals of 11 kinds. 

EXP..RT DUTIKS. 

Shingle Bolts p. cord of 128 c. ft. $1 00 
Spruce Logs per thousand feet .. 1 00 
Pine Logs per thousand feet .... 1 00 
The export of T>tr. Wild Turkey 
and Quail in carcass is prohibited. 



48 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



[1885. 



THE QUEEN AND 



THE QUEEN. VICTORIA, of the United Kingdom of 
Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Empress of India, De 
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, 

PRINCESS ROYAL OF ENGLAND AND PBUSSIA, born Xov. 

21, 1840, and married to his Royal Highness William, the 

Crown Prince of Germany, Jan. 25, 1858, and has had 

issue four sons and four daughters. 

His Royal Highness Albert Edward, PRINCE OF WALES, 
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. S, 1864, George 
Frederick Ernest Albert, born June 3, 1865 ; Louisa Vic 
toria Alexandra Dagmar, born Feb. 20, 1867 ; Victoria 
Alexandra Olga Mary, born July -6, 1868 ; and Maude 
Charlotte Itlary Victoria, born Nov. 26, 1869. 

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, born Aug. 6, 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 Bcbleswig-Holstein- 
Sonderburg-Augustenburg, July 5, 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 21st, 1871. 

His Royal Highness Arthur William Patrick Albert, 
born May 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 Waldeck. Died March 28th, 1834, 

Her Royal Highness Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, 
born April ]4, 1857. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT OTTAWA. 
GOVERNOR -GENERAL. The Most Honourable the Marquess of Lansdowne, G.C.M.G, 

Minister of Public Works Hon. Sir Hector Langevin 



GOVERNOR-GENERAL AND STAFF. His. Excellency the 
Most Honourable the Marquess of Lansdowne, G.C.M G. 
Staff: The Viscount Melgund. Military Secretary ; Lieut, 
the Hon. Henry J. Auson, Highltnd Light Infantry, 
.Vide-de-Camp; Lieut. Henry Streetfield, Grenadier Guards, 
Aide-de-Camp; Russell Stephenson, Ksq., Extra Aide-de- 
Camp. 

GOVERNOR-GENERAL S SECRET ART S OFFICE. The Viscount 
Mel, und, Secretary; C. J. Jones, Chief Clerk; W. W. 
Campbell and P. L. McDermott, Clerks; George Smith, 
Messenger. 

D -puty Governors. Sir Wm. Ritchie, Kt., Chief Justice 
Sup eme C >urt of Canada; John J. McGee, Esq., Clerk 
of the Queen s Privy Council for Canada, 
PRIVY CODNCIL. 

/Vernier, Pres. Pi-ivy Council Rt.Hon.SirJ.A.Macdonald 

Minister of Finance Hon. Sir Leonard Tilley 

Minister of Justice " Sir A. Campbell 



Minister of Inland Revenue 

Minister of Railways and Canals " 

Minister of Agriculture " 

Postmaster General " 

Minister of Marine < Fisheries... " 

Minister of Customs " 

Minister of the Interior " 

Minister of Militia and Defence. " 

Secretary of State " 

(Without Portfolio) 



John Costisran 

J. H. Pope 
John Carliog 
A. W. MoLelan 
Mackenzie Bo well 
Sir D. Macpherson 
A. P. Caron 



J. A. Chapleau 
Frank Smith 

Clerk Privy Council John J. McGee. 
Officers. P. J. Ubaldf) Baudry, Assistant Clerk of the 
Privy Council. Henry Alexander, W. Horace Lee. Lewis 
J. Burpee, Clerks. "R. W. Baldwin, Draftsman and 
Accountant. F. K. Bennetts, F. Newby, P. J. Breunan, 
Simeon Lelievre, 0. L. K. Moll, L. H. Chute, H. A. May, 
Clerks. M. Naughten, Door-keeper. Benoni Grenier, W. 
Groom, W. Reynolds, B. Chilion, Messengers. 



SENATE OF CANADA. 

lion. WM. MILLER, Speaker (Halifax). F. J. LANQEVIN, Clerk of the Parliaments. 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon 



Sir Alexander Campbell, Ottawa 

David Keesor Yorkville 

Elijah Leonard London 

William McMaster Toronto 

John Simpson Bowmanville 

Sir D. fj Macpherson ... Toronto 

Billa Flint Belleville 

George W. Allan Toronto 

John Hamilton ....Hawkesbury 

Charles Cormier Plessisville 

J. F. Armand...Riv. des Prairies 
William ft. Chaffers... St. Cesaire 

Jean B. Guevremont Sorel 

James Ferrier Montreal 

Thomas Ryan Montreal 

T. D. Archibald ... Sydney, N. S. 

Robert B. Dickey Amherst 

William Miller Arichat 

A. E. Botsford...Westcock,Wmd. 
William H.Odell.... Fredericton 

David Wark Fredericton 

John Ferguson Bathurst 

A.R.McClelan, Hopewell, AllvCo. 
J. C. Chapais . ...St. Denis. Kara. 
Ja*. R. Benson ... St. Catharines 



SENATORS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Hon 



John Glasier Sunbury. N.B. 

James Dever St. John, N.B 

A. Macfarlane Wallace, N. S. 

Frank Smith Toronto 

Robert Read Belleville 

M. A. Girard . ...St. Boniface, M. 

J. Sutherland Kildonan, M. 

WJ. Macdonald . Victoria, B. C. 
H. A. N. Kaulbach ...Lunenburg 

M. H. Cochrane Cotopton 

Wm. Muirliead...Chatham, N. B. 

Alexander Vidal Sarnia 

George Alexander ... Woodstock 
J. H. Bel)erose...St. Vin. de Paul 

D. Montgomery Park Corner 

R. P. Haythorne...Charlottetown 

P. X. A. Trudel Montreal 

R. W. Scott Ottawa 

Pierre Baillargeon Quebec 

A. H. Paquet St. Cuthbert 

G. G. Stevens Watt.-loo, Q. 

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

L. G. Power Hslifax 

R. P. Grant Pictou. N. S 

C. A. P. Pelletier Quebec 

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P. 0. ADDRESS 



Hon. Jos. Rosairo, Thibaudeau, Mont l 
" C. K. B. de Boucherville. Bouch. 

" William J. Almon Halifax 

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

" John Boyd St. John, N.B. 

" Joseph Northwocd, Chatham, O. 
" Geo. W. Howlan, \lberton.P.K.L. 
" Thos. McKay ... Colchester, N.S. 

" Alex. W Ogilvie Montreal 

" Donald Maclnnes Hamilton 

" T.R.Mc,lnnes,N. Westminster, B.C 

John O Donohue Toronto 

John Suhultz Winnipeg 

L. F. R. Masson . . . .Torrebonne 

J. B Plumb Niagara 

L. Robitaille ...New Carlisle, Q. 

P. A. Da Blois Beauport, Q. 

Donald McMillan, Alexandria. 0. 

James Turner Hamilton 

Geo. C. McKindsey.... Milton, 0. 

Jas. Gibb Ross Quebec, Q. 

Alexandre Lacoste. . . Montreal 
Jag. McDonald Cape Breton 



1885.] 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 



PERMVSENT OFFICERS OP THE SENATE OP CANADA. Robt. LeMoine, Esq., honorary ; E J. Langevin, Clerk, Master in 
Chancery, Cashier and Accountant; James Adamson, Clerk, Assistant Master in Chancery; J O. A. Creighton, 
Law Clerk and Master in Chancery, Clerk of Committees and English Translator; The Venerable J. S. Lander, 
Chaplain : Peter Mi .ler, First English Clerk and Clerk of English Journals ; R. W. Stephen, Second English Clerk and 
Clerk of Routine and Proceedings, &c.; Alex. Souiter. Third Knglish Clerk and Clerk of Private Bills; A. A. Boucher, 
Second Clerk Assistant, Master in Chancery and Chief French Translator; Alfred Garneau, First French Translator; 
J. de 3t. D. LeMoine, Sergeantrat-Arms; Ivanhoe Taeb.6. Cli k of French Journals and Deputy Seriteant at- Arms; C. 
T. Gibbs, Acting Assistant Accountant and Clerk: F. A. McCord, Junior Clerk; R. Edward Kimber. Gentleman Usher 
of the Black Rod; J. B. Myrand, Postmaster; Peter Dunne, Housekeeper: Pierre Rattey, Doorkeeper; Thomas 
Wheeler. News- room Keeper: Charles Youug, Speaker s Messenger ; Frederick Gilbert, Wardrobe Keeper and Assistant 
Doorkeeper; John Dunne, Bank Messenger; Odilon Archambault, Joseph Larose, J. H. Pelletier and Thoiaas Davis, 
Permanent Messengers; Andre 1 Gravelle. House Carpenter; L. Robitaille, Jan. N. Thomson. Wm. L. Lambkin and 
Theodule Paquet, Sessional Messengers; Frederick Merritt, Jean Choquette, Robert Graburn, Gerald Fitzgerald and 
Alphonse Duhamel, Sessional Pages. 

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



[Place and date.] 



Humbly sheweth, 



That. &c. 



The Petition of 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

Hon. GEORGE A. KIKKPATRICK, Speaker. JOHN GEORGE BOUB.IKOT Esq., Clerk of the House. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



MEMBERS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



tddington John W. Bell Desmond. 

Albert John Wallace Hillsboro, N B 

Algoma Simon J. Dawson Prince Arthurs L 

Annapolis Wm. H. Ray Clfinentsp t. N S 

Antigonish Angus Mclsaac Antigonish, NS 

Argenteuil Hon. J. J. C. Abbott. ...Montreal 

Bagot Flavien Dupont St. Liboiro. Q 

Beauce Joseph Bolduc St.Vic.de Tring,Q 

Beauharnois J. G H. Bergeron Montreal, Q 

Rellec.fuisse Guillauum Amyot Quebec. Q 

Bertfiier E. 0. Cuthbert Berthier(en haut) 

Bonuventure L. J. Riopel Quebec 

Bothwell Hon. David Mills Palmyra, 

Brant, W.R James Somerville Dundas. 

Brant, S. R Wm. Paternon Brantford, 

Brockville Jno Fisher Wood Brockville, O 

Brome S. A. .Fisher Knowlton, Q 

Bruce, E.R Rupert M. Wells Toronto 

Bruce,, N.R Alex. McNeill Wiarton, 

Bruce, W.R Jamoa Somerville Luc-know, 

Cave Breton f Murray Dodd Sydney, N S [N S 

tm 1 H. F. McDougall Christmas Island, 

CardweU Thomas White Montreal 

Carleton, !V.B. ...David Irvine Knoxf >rd, N B 

Carletun, O Hon. Sir J. MacJonald.. Ottawa 

Cariboo James Reid Quesn^lle. B. C 

ChamWy P. II Benoit St. Hubert. Q 

CJiamplain H. Montplaisir C.delaMasrdel ne 

Charlevoix Simon X. Oiinon St. Etienue. Malhaie 

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

C lateauffuay rtdward Uolton Montreal 

Ohit out. iiS iguen J. A. Gagne Chicoutimi. Q 

Colchester ..Hon. A. W. AfcLelan.... Ottawa 

Compt"n Hon. J.H. Pope OtN va 

Cumberltind 0. J. Townshend Amherst. N S 

Digby H m. W. B Vail Halifax. NS 

Dorchester Clws A. Lx-age Sfe. Claire, Q 

Drum. dd;Arthab.&. O. Bourboan Victoriaville. Q 

Dundas C. E. Hickey Morrisburg, 

Durham, E. R. ..A. f. H. Williams Port Hope,0 

Durka n, W. K...(Ion. K. BUko Toronto 

Elfin, E. R Fohn H. Wilson St. Thomas, 

Eltjin, W. R G.K.Casey Finga!, 

Rssex. iV.ff James C. Patterson Windsor, 

Essex, S. R Lewis Wigl- Leamington, 

Fronienac Hon.G. \. Kirkpatrick. Kingston, 

ffltspe >irvrt K.irt.in r iasp6 Basin, Q 

Glengarry Donald Macmaster Montreal 

&aucester Kennedy F. Burns Bathurst. N B 

QrtnviUe, S. R...Wm. T. Hanson Cardinal. 

Grey, E. R rhom.is 3. Sproule Markdale. 

Grey, N. R Benjamin All^n Hve i Sound, 

Grey. S, ft Geor^a Gnndnrkin Hanover. 

Gwjsborough John A. Kirk Glenelg, N S 

Ualdimand David Thompson Deans, 

rrnlifr,* f John F. Stairs Halifax, NS 

1 Milachy B Da y Halifax N S 

Balton Wm.McCraney Oakville, 

fTnmiltiyn (Vhi / Francis K. Kilvort. ...Hamilton, 
on, City... j Thom;ts Robertson ...Hamilton, 

Bants Wm. Henry Allison ....Newport v 3 

Hastings, B. R... John White. R ^lin <> 

Bastings, N. ff...Hon. M. Bowell Ott.wa 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



MEMBERn. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Bastings, TTK... Alex. Robertson Belleville, 

Hocheiaga Alphonse Dtsjardins.... Montreal 

Huntingdon Julius Scriver Henamingford, Q 

Huron, E. R Thmas Farrow B\uovle. 

Huron. 8. R Sir Richard Cartwright. Kingston. 

Huron, W. A. ...Malcolm C. Cameron.. ..Goderich, 

tbeniut Francois B*-chard Mt Johnson, Q 

Inverness Hugh Cameron Mabou N S 

Jacr.uesCarlier.. Desire 1 Nironard Dorval. Q 

Jolittt* Ed. Guilbault Joliette, Q 

Kamouraska C. B. Blondeau St. Pascal, Q 

Kent,N.B. L A. Landry Dorchester. N B 

Kent, Henry Smyth Chatham. O 

Kind s, N. B George E. Foster Apohaquc. N B 

King s. JV. S Douglas B. Wnodworth.Cornwdilis. X S 

KVr/i e P v T / P*tr A. McIntyre...Souris. P E I 

" t A. C. MacDonald Montague Bridge 

Kingston Alwxander Gunn Kingston. 

Lambton. E R...J.H. l?airbaiik Petrolia. 

Lambtnn, W. R..-J. F Lister Sarnia, O 

Lanaik, N. ^....Jos. J.tmieson Almonte, 

Lanark, S. R. ...J. G. Haggart Perth. 

Laprairif, Alfred Pinsouneault....St, J. le Mineur 

VAiS niiption ...H.Uurteau Si. Lin, Q 

Laval J A Ouiinet Montreal 

P- Ferguson Kemptville, 

L",fls, S. R. George Taylor Gananoque, 

L .nnox D. W. Allison Adolpaustown, 

Levin 

Lincoln tyiag .. J. C. Rykert St. Catharines, 

Lisgar Arthur W. Ross Winnipeg, M 

li lslet, P. B. Catgrain Quebec 

London Hon. John Carling Ittavpa 

Lotbiniere C. I. Riufret St9. Croix, Q 

Lunenbwg C. E. Kaulbach Lunenburg, N 3 

Vctrquetle Robert Watson Portage laPrairie 

Mn.skinnnge Frederick Houde Louisville. Q 

Jtf yantic P. [<angelier (Juehec 

.W t /./esex, E. S.Duncan Macmillan London, 

Middletex, .V. R. Timothy Coughlin Offa. 

Mi liHe.ffx, S R...J-.un->H Armstrong Wilton Grove, 

, W. R.D. M.Cameron Stratbroy, 

G. B. Baker Sweets oura. Q 

Lachlin McCallum Stromncss. 

Pirmin Dugas Montcalm, Q 

Minttnagny Ph Landry Quebec 

ttontmareneg .... Pierre V. Valin Quebec 

M intr>-al, Centre. John Jos. Curran Montreal 

M intrt-til, /J.ix?...Chas. J. Courso) Monircal 

Montreal, f\est ...M itthevv H Giult M-mtreal 

Musknkii Win Kdwurd O Brien. ..Shanty Bay. 

Napiermllt llederic Catudal Napiarville, Q 

New Westminster.]. \. R. Homer \ew W-strniusti-r 

Nicolet A. Gaurtet Gnutilly. Q 

Norfolk, N. R ....J. *in Oharltoa Lynedoch. 

Norfolk, S. R Joseph Jackson >! imcoe, 

Nnrt/ium d. A T . /?.!!,, n. Peter Mitchell Montreal 

Noi-thum.O.,E.R.R>\w&r<\ Cophraue Brighton, 

North j d,0, fKffi.Gcorge Guillet Cobourg, 

Ontario, \. R.... A. P.Cockburn Beaverton, 

Ontario. TV.fl....Jas. D. Eaaur Toronto 

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



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[1885. 



ITOENCIES. 



MEMBERS. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



_.. f Chas. H. Mackint< sh.Ottawa 

Ottawa, City ...... | .Joseph Tasse ............ Montreal 

Ottawa, County . Alonzo Wright ............ Ironside. Hull, Q 

Oxford, N. R. ...James Sutherland ....... Woodstock, O 

Oxford, S R ...... Arch Harley ----- ......... Harley, 

p ef >l ................ James Fleming ............ Brampton, 

Perth, N. R ....... S. R. Hesson ............... Stratford, 

Perth, S. R ....... James Trow ............... Stratford. 

Peterboro 1 . E. K.John Burnham ............ Ashburnham, 

Peterboro , W. .ffi.Oeorge Hilliard ......... Peterborough, 

( Charies (I Tupper. ...Halifax. N S 

-" cto " ............... \John VlcDougald ...... Westville, N S 

Pontiac ........... John Brvson ............... fort Coulonge, Q 

Portneuf .......... J-E. A. De St. Georges... Quebec 

Prescott ............ Simon Ltbrosse .......... St. Eugene, 

r> u 7 I Kdward Hackett ...... Ottawa 

Prince, 1. # { j ames Yeo ............... Port Hill, P El 

Prince Edward... John Milton Platt ........ Picton. 

Provencher ......... Jo-eph Royal ............. St. Boniface, M 

Quebec, Centre. ...J. G. Bossg .................. Quebec 

Quebec. East ...... Hon. Wiltrid Laurier... Arthabaskaville 

Quebec. West ...... Hnn. Ttios. McGreevy... Quebec 

Quebec County. ...Hon. J. P. R. A. Caron. Ottawa 

Queen s. N. B. ...Geortre G. King ............ Chipman. N B 

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

> r> v 7 ( L H. Davies ............. Charlottetown 

Queen s, P. &. 2. j J( , hn T j en fc ing ....... Charlottetown 

Renfrew, If. R... Peter White ................ Pembroke. 

Renfrew. S. .ff... Robert Campbell .......... Egauville, 

Restigouche ....... George Moffat ............. Dalhousie, N B 

Richelieu .......... Louis H. Massue .......... Vareones, Q 

Richmond, N.S..&. N. Paint ............ Pt.Hawkesbury.N S 

Rich d <Wolfe,Q. William B. Ives ............ Sherbrook, Q 

Rimouski ......... L .uis A. Billy ............. St.G <ie Rimouski 

Rouville ............ G. A. Gigault ............... St. Cesaire, Q 

Russell ............. M. K.Dickinson .......... Manotick. 

St. ffi/acinthe ....31. E Beraim- .............. St. Hyacintbe, Q 

St.John,NB.,City.Hon. Sir L. Tilley ........ Ottawa 

SL John, N.H.. City ( Hon. Isaac Burpee. ...St. John, N B 

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

St. John, Q ......... F. Bourassa ................ St. Valentine. Q 

St. Maurice ....... L L. L. Desaulniers ..... Montreal 

Selkirk ............. Hugh Sutherland ....... Winnipeg, M 

Shefford ............ Michael Anger ............. Koxton Pond, Q 



CONSTITUENCIES. MEMBERS. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Shelburne Thomas Robertson Barrington, N 8 

Skerbrooke R. N. Hall Sherbrooke, Q 

Simcoe, E R Herman H. Cook loronto 

Simcoe, NR Balton McCarthy Toronto 

Simcoe, S. R Richard Tyrwhitt Bradford, 

Siulanges Jas. W. Bain St. Polyoarpe, Q 

Stanstead Charles C. Colby Stanstead, Q 

"SSCif!^: { Darby Bergin Cornwall, 

Sunbury Charles Burpee Sheffield. N B 

Teniscouala P. K. Grandbois { Ki . vier ? <*" Loup 

( (en bag) Q 

Tf.rrebonne Hon. J. A Chapleau Ottawa 

Three Rivers Hon. Sir H.La.ugevin... Ottawa 

Toronto, Centre.. .Robert Hay Toronto 

Toronto* E-tst John Small Toronto 

Toronto, West James Beaty. jun Toronto 

Tuuo Mountains. ..3. B. Daoust St. Kustache. 

Vancouver Island. David Wm. Gordon.. ..Nanaimo, B C 

Vaudreuil Hugh McMillan Rigaud, Q 

Vercheres Hon. F. Geoffrion Vcrcheres. Q 

Virtoria EC I Kdgar Crow &*.. Victoria, B 
la, a l/... | Noah Suit i tt , Hpeare _ ...Victoria, B C 

Victoria,N.B Hon. John Costigan... Ottawa 

Victoria. ff.S C. J. Cftmpbell Baddeck, N S 

Victnria.O.,N.R... Hector Cameron Toronto 

Victoria. O , SW.Jos. R. Outidas Lindsay. 

Waterloo, N R.... flugi Kranz Bpilin. 

W.dfrlon, S.R .....Tames Livitigstone Baden, 

Welland John Ferguson Niagara Fallf. 0> 

Wfllinglint C.R... George T. Orton Fergus, 

WfUinyton, N.R. Jas. McMullen .....M-mut Forest, 

Weltmytcin, S.R .James Innes Ouelpli. 

Wentworth,J?f.R.TliQiDte Bain Strabane. 

Wentworth, .S K-I-ouis Springer Hamilton, 

Wf^tmnrelanii:.... Josiah Wood Sarkville, N B 

Winnipeg Thomas Scott Winnipeg. M 

Yale F. J. Barnard Victoria. B.C 

Yamaslca Fabian Vauasse Montreal 

Yarmouth J. R. Kinney Yarmouth, N.i? 

York, N B Thos. Temple Frederieton, K.B 

York, 0.. E.K ...Hna. A. MacKenzie ....Toronto 



York, 0., N.R. ..Vim. Mulock Toronto 

York,O., W.7Z...N. C.Wallace Woodbridge, 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. John G. Bourinot, Clerk of the House: F. Rouleau, Clerk Assistant; Henry Hartney, 
Accountant: Gustavus W. Wicksteed, Law Clerk; William Wilson, Assistant Law Clerk and Kn-rlish Translator; 
F. Hayes and R. J. Wicfeteed, Assistant English Translators; T. G. Coursolles. Assistant I/aw Clerk and French 
Translator; J. A. Gfinand, A, Frechette. E. Query, L. LaJramboise, D. L. Desaulniers, and F. X. Demers, Assistant 
French Translators.. J. R. K. Chapleau, Translator of Votes aud Proceedings and Journals. F. MacGillivray, Clerk of 
Routine and Records; Henry B. Stuart. English Kngrossing Clerk ; R. Kornaine, Proof-reader and Clerk of Stationery; 
A. Sloane, Assistant ditto; I. B. Tiulor. Indexing Clerk, iicc R. MeG. Moffat, Clerk of Standing Committees on 
Railways and Banking and Commerce; 13. P. Hartney. Assistant ditto and Clerk of Standing Committee on Public 
Accounts. Charles Panet, Clerk of Standing Committees on Miscellaneous Private Bills aud on Standing Orders; 
Walter Todd, Assistant ditto. K. Tasse. Clerk of Committees; L. D. Duvernay, Assistant Clerk of Committees. 
Herman Poetter, CWk of Votes and Proceedings; William C. Bowles, Assistant ditto and Secretary to the Clerk of 
the House. Wm. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk; A. G. D. Taylor. Assistant ditto and Clerk of Petitions. J. Dalton, 
Clerk of Sessional Papers. Pierre Rivet, French Journal Clerk. Robert Brewer, Assistant Accountant. N. Balzaretti, 
T. Ouimet and X. R >bidoux. Junior Clerks: P. Poirier, Postmaster: J. Stansficld, Assistant Postmaster; A. E. 
Pelletier, Messenger, Post Office. Donald W. Macdonell, Sergtant-at^Arms; Henry R. Smith, Deputy ditto. Lurien 
Dube. Chief Mf&scnger; N. Turgeon, Assistant ditto. R. Harris, Doorkeeper; Edward Storr. Assistant Doorkeeper, 
Joseph Brown, Bank Messenger. 0. Roberge, M. Laflamme. J. K. Asselin. F. X. Lemieux. W. Ctirns and A. Lizotte, 
Messengers. G. A. Bondreault, the Clerk s Messenger. James Fitzsimmons, Geo. Smith. Night Watchmen. James 
Sinclair, House Carpenter. Printing of Parliament Henry Hartney, Manairerj; E. Bottereil. jun., Distributor of 
Printed Papers; N. Boulet and H. A. Bottereil, Assistants; J. Rivet and W. Whillock, Messengers. 

ADDRESS. To the Honourable the House of Comn>i8 of the Dominion of Canada, in Parliament assembled. 

The Petition ot 

[Place and Date. ] Humbly sheweth. That. Ac. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Sir Alexander Campbell, 
K.C.M.G., Q.C., Minister of Justice; George W. Burbidge, j 
Deputy Minister of Justice: A. Power, Chief Clerk; John | 
Leslie, G. L. B. Fraser, A. Kf-efer, F. II Gisborne. W. H. ! 
Blackartar, H. B. S. Lane and P. M. Cote, Clerks; H. G. ! 
Hopkirk, Minister s Private Secretary; John Clay and I 
P. B. Cut-ran, Messengers. Penitentiary Branch^!. G. I 
Moylan, Tnsp ctor (f Penitentiaries; George L. Foster, I 
Accountant; Henry LOW, Clerk. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT [Eastern Block]. Hon. Mackenzie ! 
Bowel), Minister of Customs: J. Johnson, Commissioner; 
W. G Pannelee, Accountant and Chief Cl -k: J W. 
Peachy, Chief Corresponding Clu-k; James Barry. Chief 
Statistical Clerk; T. J. Watters, H. C. Hay, G. V. [nee. J. 
S. Fairweather. C. H Harding, F. Bennet. A. C. Bleakney, \ 
W. C. Baker, G. H. Fawcett, James J. Campbell, A. L. 



Watte.rs. Wm. Russell. George Stokes Robinson, John 
Ackers, T. A. D. Bliss, Sydney Dunl< vie, John Courtney, 
E. L. Sanders and J. E. Smith, Clerks; E. L. Sanders, 
Minister s Private Secretary; H. Kavanagh, J. W. Cudlip, 
T. C. Mewburn, aud W. H. Hill, Inspectors of Ports; 
J. F. Wolff, Special Agent, J. Walls and John Carleton T 
Messengers. 

COLLECTORS OP CUSTOMS. 

Those marked thus* are Warehousing Ports. 
Amherstburp,* E. Anderson, Clifton,* W Leggett. 
Belleville* W. Webster. QxdtCookjf W. S. Williams. 

Brntfnr-i. f H. B. I. famine. Cohourc/,* f h E Kwing. 
Brighton * M K. Lockwood. Orffrornc..* D. E. Vlactarland. 
Brm-kni/tf..* George Esston. Cnrnw 11.* Alex.V. Mi Millan. 
Ouitham* J G.Peiiiiefnther Oramahr.,* George A. Fowler 
Clarencemlle. VV. M. Pattison, Darlington,* John Raukiu. 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



51 



Dover* T. B. Btri-ett. 
Dundas* W. Gillspy. 
Dundee,* M M. Smith. 
Dunnrille, A. Brownson 
f\irt Erie* 



Maydalen Islands, J. R. 

Painchaud. 

Mnntrwl* M. P. Rvan. 
iforrisburg, Hiraru Carman. 
Napanee-deo. M. Klli > 



Prelighs mrgh, W. C. Baker. Nmo Carlisle.* P.C. B< anchesne 
Ganannr/ue. J. Ormiston. Newcastle. F. Faracomb. 
Gasp .,* J. J. Kavanagh. Nvignra.* W. Kirby. 
Q-xlerich* Asher Farrow. O^ikville* R. K Chisholm. 
Giielph.T.A. Heffvrnan. Ottawa.* George Fr. Blarney 
J7au Hon,*David McCulloch. Ot .awa, . Wilson. 
Hemming frd. F. S Proper. 0we Sound, J. C. Stephens. 
Hope.* E. J. W. Burton. Parr s,* Thomas Hall. 

Kingston.* Clarke Hamilton.Pt:n tart<yrViraW. M.Thompson 
Kingsville. S. King. Prc<?. W. Flynn 

Lacolle. P. Dozois. P-tter jarn , James Stratton. 

Lindsay, D. Browne. Pic nn * Walter J. Koss. 

London,* Rob -rt Reid. Potion, W. Lynch. 

Prescott.* K. D. Je^sup. St. Hyacinth.". J. S. Hamel. 

Quebec* H ->n J.G.BIanchet. St. Johns* H G P. re hard. 
Rimouski.* J. A Martin. Stratford. John Hamilton. 
Russeltmon, R. Rogers. Windsor.* Win. B;nson. 

Sirnia, * G. N. Mttheson. Wm-istick.* W. II. Vanlugen 
Saugeen, James Fleming. Satton. 
8 iult Stf.. Murie* J. Wilson Thru, Rivers, A. A. Lantier. 
Sherbronke. Chas. E. Perry. Vrrmto* Hon. Jas. Pat .on. 
Sard, J. Matthiew. T,-enl in* J. F. Mc Juire. 

Stanstead. C S. Channell. WMaceburyh. C Fraser. 
,Stt. C-itharines. II. H. Collier. TPAirty.* G A. Carson. 

DEPARTMENT OF INLAND REVENUE. Hon. .1. Cos igan, 
Minister of Inland Revenue: E. Miall. Commissioner. 
Corresponding Brj.nchW. Himsworth, Cliief Clerk and 
Corresponding Clerk: W. Carter, Assistant Corresponding 
Clerk and Short-hand writer; A. Lngsi;rnan. f!lerk and 
Translator. Accountant s Branch P. M Robins. Chief 
ClerS and Accountant; F. R. E. Campeau, Assistant 
Accountant; J. E. Valin. C. R. Hall. J. A. D^von. G 
Brunei, J. F Brown and John Byrnes, Clerks. Statistical 
Branch F. Measam. W. L. H^ron, R. Nettle, J. F. Shaw. 
Canal Branch B H. Teakles. N. Stewart, R Devlin. 
Hjdrau ic, R .nts, <&:. C. E Chnbbuck. Forms Branch 
K. K. Blatch. Stamps Branch H. G LaMotne. Sbintlards 
Branch W. J. Johnstone. Chief Inspector of Standards : 
J. Bnmel, Clerk. Secretary to Minister W. F. Walsh. 
Laborat"ry Clerk John Fowler. Messengers G Fowler, 
R. Archamhault and John Courtman. 

Inspectors of Inland Revenue. Henry Godson, of 
T ironto, Chief Inspector; John Davis, of Windsor, for 
Windsor District; John Morrow, of Toronto, for Toronto, 
District; W. L. Hamilton, of Ottawa, for Kingston District ; 
R Bellemare, of M-mtreal. for Montreal District : J. M. Le 
moine, of Quebec, for Quebec District; Thos. Hanfoid. of 
St. John. N.B , for New Brunswick District; R Borralaile, 
of Halifax, N. S., for Nova Scotia District; W. F Gouin, 
of Winnipeg, for Manitoba District; C. T. Dupont, of 
Victoria, tor B High Columbia District; R. Borrndaile, of 
Hilifax, for Prince Edward Island. John Davis, of 
Windsor, Inspector of Distilleries. W. J. Gerald, Inspec 
tor of Tobacco Factories. 

FINANCE DEL>AHTMKNT. Minister of Finance. Hon. Sir S. 
L. Tilley, C.B.. K C.M G. ; Deputy Miuister of Finance and 
Secretary or the Treasury Board, J. M. Courtney. Finan 
cial Inspector, T. D. Tims. Accountant of Contingencies, 
Thomas Ross. Comptroller of Dominion Currency. Fred 
Toller. Dominion Book-keeper. J. A. Torranca. Cliief 
Clei-k to Savings Banks, C. J Anderson. Superintendent 
of Insurance, J. B. Cherrinmu. Assis ant Superintendent 
of Insurance. C. E. An lerson. First Class Clerks R. W. 
Baxter. John Robins. M. G. Dickieson, R. O Reilly, A. K. 
Blackadar. Second Ciass Clerks G M. Jarvis, J. A. Clay 
ton, E. S. Wi^gina, J. B. H. Neeve, J. R. Nash, C. E. 
Turgeon, C. A. Gough, C. P. Street, H. G. R. Fripp, G. Y 
Cronkuhank. Gei. Lowe, J. MeNia.l, N. S. Garland. James 
Hopkirk, John IMfoiir. John Eraser, Cameron Stanton, 
C. W. Treadwell. W. J. R. Mj.Minn. Secretary to Minister, 
(}. Y Crookshauk. Messengers P. Connolly, P. Fender, 
W H. Ostrom. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. Minister of Public 
Works. Hon Sir II. L. LangeTin. C B . KG M G. Deputy- 
Minister of Public WorksrG. F Biilnirge Sd^rfta^y. 
F. H Ennis Chief Engineer, H F. Perley. Chief Archi 
tect. Thos. Fuller. Chief Accountant, O. Dionne. Law 
Clerk. A. Gobeil. Engineering Branch, R. SteckM. 
Mechanical Engineer. J. R Arnoldi. First CLws 01-rk. 
J. P. M.i phe-son. Seco-id Clas Clerks L Lefebvrn. E. 
P. Bance, A. Kingston, J. C. Tach6. jun.. F C. Ugh (font. 
E. F. B. Roy, N. Rynaud. Thi d Class Clerks D. A. 
Macpherson,P. Cartier, J. E. Verrault, E. Dionne, J. Cot6. 



II. Talbot, S. O Biien. A. Lacerte, Geo. Hennesey. Mes 
sengers H. Potvin. Jos. A. Chabot. 

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT GENERAL POSTOFFTE, OTTAWA. 
Postmaster-General. Hon. Ji/hn Caning: Deputy Post 
master-General. W. H Griffin. Secretary s Branch Chief 
Clerks Lieut.-Col. W. White. Secretary : W. D LeSuetir, 
Assistant Secretary. 1st Class Clerks H S. VVeatherley, 
J. Walsh, A. Lindsay and U. G Hopkiik 2nd Class 
Clerks G. H Hargrove. H. W. Griffin. J Graham, C. 
Suigster. A. W. Throop. C Falconer. G R. White and J, 
M O Leary. 3rd Class Clerk- -G Ranoe, D A. C. Mac- 
Donild. A. McLennan. G. J. Binks. J. A. M?.cd(inald, W. 
J. Frechette, H. H Mort.n. J Carter H. Knaut, F. G. 
Becher, J. Chamard,G. Maraan, A E. H- ming, W C. Little, 
J Brown, G. A. D. Mailloue, N. Champagne i W. My rand, 
T Roy, B Biggs. F. G. Moon. C. P. V lieroard, E. P.Stan- 
ton. B. M. Northrop, E L. Taylor, E. Daubney, E Bunel, 
C L. Hu ton, G. C. Wood, H. Breuot, N. W. Curtis C. 
P .p* and W Alford. Printing ami Supply Branch 
Chief Clerk Sidney Smith, JUN., superintendent. 2nd 
ClissClerk 0. Fortier. 3rd Class l!ln s J R.Greenneld 
and W. D. O Brien. Aw>untun r < Branch Chief Clerks 
H. A. Wickstee.j. Accountant; W. H. Smiilison. Assistant 
Accountant. 1st Cl88 Clerks P. B. Bucke and J. I lun- 
kett,. 2nd Class Clerks E H. Benjamin. L. Blanchet. C. 
J. B. Higgins, G. M PatricK an.l W. M^K. Blanchard. 
3rd Class Clerks -R. ). Oliver, D F McCarthy. J. G. Fortier, 
E A. D. Jones, W. M. Brophy, P. T Leahy, L. H Poulior, 
C D iicet. D. A. Barrett r. McGrail, N. G. O Auteuil, 
W. H Burp-e A. Oeviue, T M. Oliver R. Henderson, G. 

C. Anderson, E. Wilson, F. K Ri Chester. F. Lemieux, H. 
S Shaw, H. S. Campbell and T. Aiusboiough. Chief 
Clerk J. Ashwortb, Cashier. M fiey Order Braneh 
Chief Clerks J. C. Stewart. Superintendent Savings Bank 
Branch; G. F. Everett. Ast-istant Superintendent. 1st 
Class Clerk ft 7 . J Barrett. 2nd Class Clerks J. P. 
Broph-. , F. W. Creighton T B Smith. R. J. Shaw, 3. S. 
Thome, D McPherson and W. J. Johnstone. 3rd Class 
Clerks M. K. Dunlevie, J. F. Wall. J C. Bonner, A. W. 
Wall. J. H. Spncer, E. R H. Brooks. P. B. Powell, K. M. 
S. Jenkins. F. H. F. Mercer. F. E. S. Grout, C W. Lally, 
T. E. Visser, W R. Hanley. J L. Olivier. W. Rowan, \V. 
T. vv ilson. J Mullin E. L Learoyd, G. H Hayns and J. 
A. Lockhart. Sivings B>mk Branch. Chief Clerks 

, Superintendent; D. Matheson Assistant 

Superintendent, iind Glaas Clerka J. Rose Smith, W II. 
Kaglcson, W. H Harrington and J. H. Fairweather. 
Packers S. GreenfiVld. W. Ferguson, R. Greenfield C. A. 
Ot.k, W. Co .ch .M. Galvin. T Hartnedy, T. \. Caffarati, 
G. Elbourne, J. Briggs, A Mone. D. Clara utt, J Barrett 
J Kllioti. ,J. B. Lrtu.-U. J. Mariar, W. J B-ll. A. Wheatley. 

D. H. Goulden, .1. Bradley and M. J. Mahon. Private 
Secretary A. L. Jarvis. 

Post Office Lisp -ctors Chief Inspector, J Dewe, Ottawa; 
Nova Scotia. C. J Macdonald, Halifax; Prince Edward 
Island, F. de St. Croix Bre. keu (Postmaster of Charlotte- 
town), Charlottetown; N ewBrunswick, John McMillan, St. 
John; Quebec. W. G. Sheppard. Quebec ; Three Rivers, G 
A. Bourgeois. Three Rivers; Monti al, E. F. King, Mon 
treal; Ottawa. T. ! . French, Ottawa: Kingston,G. E.Griffin, 
Kingston: Toronto, M. Sweetnam. Toronto: Barrie, D. 
Spry, Barrie: London, vobt. W. Barker. London; British 
Columbia, Evemrl Hyde Fletcher, Victoria: Manitoba 
and North- West Territory, W. W. McLeod, Winnipeg. 

DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS. Hon. J. H. 
Pipe, Acting Minister; T. Trudeau, D-pnty Minister; A. 
P. Bradley, Secretary: John Page, Chief Engineer Canals; 
C. Schriober, Chief Engineer Governm ut Railways in 
operation: J. Baine, Accountant; H. A. Fissiault, Law 
Clerk; W. J. Tilley. F. A. Dixon, Chas. Costin. Corres 
ponding Clerks; D. B. Stewart, Assistant Accountant; S. 
L. Shannon, Accountant s Branch; T. Cross, Chief Clerk; 
L. K. Jones. A. N. Greenfield. Railways in Operation 
Branch; A. W. Almon. Draughtsman; J. F N Bonne- 
ville, M W. Mayrar-d. L. H. Filteau, L. N Fortier, L. D. 
Dion, W. A Hill. H. L. B. Ross, A. Cameron. J. W Pugsley 
and J. E. Methot, Records ; J. N. Deslaui it rs, C. Neville 
and J. Deslauriers Mes-enzers 

DEPAHTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE. [Western Block.] 
H m. A. P. Caron, Minister of Militia and Defence; Lt.-Col. 
ll in. C. E. Panel, Deputy of the Minister; Capt. Alphonov 
B"n >it and Fri-d. Aldrirb, P ivntH Secretai ies : Kngene 
* r errnault, ^less Tiirf r. Olfice nf Minister of Militia and 
Df.frn.ce. B Suite H. D. .1. Lanp. Colin Campbell (Retired 
Assistant Paymaster R. N.) and K. E.lmond Lemieux, 
Clerks; lohn W Gow, M-ss^nger. Account Branch C. 
H O Meara. Chief Clerk and Accountant; Lt.-Col. D A. 
Macdonald, F. X. Lambert, W. H. Aumond, Edmund B. 



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rveys arancn ue, v Hw M 

r . F. King, Inspector Surveys ; A. Origuard. F. ! County 
s, L T. Lacasse, IV Billings, R. Ranscher, E I 1 . ! g u p( j 
ter, M Brady. MessenyersC. Owne A. Swin- fWMi 7! 



Holt, J. M. E. Genest, Cierks; N. Casault. Messenger. 
Store Branch. Lt. -Col. John Macpherson, Director or Stores 
and Keeper of Militia Properties; Lt.-Col. Thomas Bacon, 
Oapt. J. B. Donaldson, P. Clarke, F. E Knight, Clerks. 
Engineer Branch H. James, Architect; F. W. White, 
Clerk. Military Branch. Major-Gen. F. D. Middleton, 
Commanding the Militia; Col. Walker Powell, Adjutant- 
General; Lieut. H. E. Wipe, Aide-de-Camp to the Major- 
General Commanding. Adjutant General s Office. Vi . R. 
Wright, Chief Clerk; G. Seymour, T. C. La Rose, G. E. 
M. Sherwood, Major W. R. S. Wainwright, Clerks; C. 
Dion, Messenger. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Sir D. L Macpherson, 
K.CM.G.. Minister of the Interior; A M. Burgess, De. 
puty of the Minister of the Interior; L. C. Pereira. Pri 
vate Secretary. &-cret iry t Branch J. R. Hall, Sec y ; 
P. B. Douglas", Asst. -Sec y ; R- Lang, in charge of Mani 
toba Act claims; K. J. Hemy, Registration Cle<k; G U, 
Ryley, in charge of Timber and Mines. Oorreflpondenoe 
Clerks H. Kinloch. .1. Pope, W. Howe. C. C. Rogeri. A. 
Chisholm, T G. Rothwell. J S. Brough, R. M. Bonfellow, 
\ L Oarvis. N 0. Cott, J. L Etoile, G. A. Sparfces, G G. 
T. Ardouin. E. Genest, G. W. Paterson. W. Hatch. F. C. 
jlpreol. F, Lover, .1. P. Dimne. Land Potent Branch 
iV M Goodeve", Acting Chief Cltrk; N Tefu. B. Wall!?, 
F. s" Chackley, F H. C Cox. ! . T Buchanan, H. Sherwood, 
W. S. Gliddon, D. Dunn. 0. H. Lambert. Ordiio.nc? Lands 
Branch W. Mills, Clerk in charge; P. G. Kejvg. Ac 
counts Branch J A. Pinard, Accountant: C. H. Bertdoe, 
Asst.-Accouutant : H. H. Turner. Chief Draughtsman 
J. Johnston Clerk in chai ge of Survey Records F Clay 
ton. Surveys Brandy E Deville, Chief Inspector of Srr- 
veys ; W 
B. Symes 
W. Sowter 

burn, P. Robertson, J. Dunnett The Land Board, Win 
nipeg A Walsh. Commissioner of Dominion Lands; H, 

H. Smith, Inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies; W. 
Pearce. Superintendent of Mines; T. R. Burpe, Secretary. 
Inspector of Cvlmrizatirm O mvpanif.s Rufu* S fphens> n. 
Dominion Lanh Ag nts Winnipeg. A. H. Whiich.-r; 
Souris. K C. Smith: Birtle. W G. Pent! and; Dufferin, | cjeg for 
W. H Hiaw, Turtle Mountain, J. A Hays, Little Sask 
atchewan. A. E. Fisher; Qu Appelle, W. H. Stevenson; 
Calgary. J. McD Gordon; Touchwood. John Me aj^art; 
Swift Current. W. M. Milliard: Prince Albert, G Duck; 
Edmonton. P. V. Gauvreau ; Coteau. ,1. J. McIIugh. Agent 
for Menn r uites and Icelanders, George N 7 ecou.b. Orown 
Timber Ag?,nts Winnipeg. E F. S ephenson ; Edmonton, 
T. Anderson; Calgary, C L. Gouin ; Prince Albert, D. J. 
Waggoner. 

DEPARTMENT OP Is IAN A FAIRS INSIDE SEKVTCE. The 
Ri^ht Hon. Sir John A. Macdouald. P.C ., K.C B., ?up. 
General of Indian Affairs; L. Vankoughnet. Depufy do.; 
Robert Sinclair. Chief Clerk aud Accountant; William 
Plummer. C minissioiier of Indian Lands aud Timber; 
A. Dingman. Inspector of Indian Agencies and Reserves; 
W. A. Austin, CH- f Drauuhtsmsn; G. W. Hurbidge, 
Solicitor of Indian Affairs; J V. de Bouebervllle. French 
Translator; A. N. JtcNeili. Corresponding CJerk: , . W. 
Smith, Assistant Accountant: T. F. S. Kirkpatrick, 
Clerk; J. D McLean, Private Secretary ; D. C. Sc-ntt R. 
9. Dnlt *n. Bookkeepers: M. Benson, Asni-^tant Curres- 
ponding Clerk . Samuel Stewart. Clerk of Records; John 
McGirr. Clerk of Statistics; Samuel Bray, Assi-tant 
Draughtsman : Thos. Coffev. jr., Clerk ; H. C. Ross. Assist 
ant Stenographer; H. J. Brook, Jos. Dflisls, H G. McL. 
Mainly. Hiram M> Kay. J W Shore, Win. A Orr. A. K. 
Kemp. Miss C. KeitfeuHtt in, Clerks; Miss Fannie Yielding. 
Index Clerk ; T. Starmor. Housekeeper and Messenger. 
OUJSIBE SERVICE. Ontarin. J P. Gilkinson, Indian 
Supt and Commisfiioner. Brantford: J. C. Phipps, Indian 
Supt., Manitowaning; Ebenezer Watsou, Indian Lands 
Agent. Sarnia ; Thos. Walton, M.D., Indian Supt.. Parry 
Sound; John Mclntyre, Indian Agent. Kort William; 
W. Simpson. Indian Lands As; nt, Wiarton ; Thos. Gordon, 
Indian Agent. Strathroy ; Wm ^ an Abboti. Indian Lands 
Agent, Sault Ste. Marie; B. W. Ross, do , Cockburn Island; 
Jihn Creighton. do.. Sau.aceen: Chas. B. Savage. Indian 
Linds Agent, Gore Bay ; John F. Day, do.. Bruce Mines: 
T G. Pile, do., Deseronto; A. B. Cowan, do., Gauanoque: 
Jinn Beatiii , Indian Aent, Hitthgate; James Paul, do.. 
Efdnsville: Matthew Hill, Indian Ai>ent, Shannonville: 
H. H. Thompsrn, Indian Agent, Penetangnishene ; J. r. 
Donnelly, Indian Agent. Port Arthur; Adam English. 
do., Kettle Point; Alex. McKelvey, do., Walpole Island : 



G. B. McDermott, do., Scugog ; E. Harris, do., Gore s 
Lauding; John Thackeray, do., Alnwick; W. R. McPhee, 
do., Rama; J. R. Stevenson, do , Georgina Quel-ec Chas. 
Logue, Indian Agent. Maniwaki; Alex. Brossean, do., 
Caughnawaga; L. if. Boucher, Indian Supt.. Betgiamits; 
Robert Tyre. Indian Agent, Dundee; L. E Otis, do . Pointe 
Blue: Henry Va-eal. do . Pierreville: A. Le Bel. jun., do., 
Riviere dn Loup; Rev. 0. Drapeau, do.. Cross Point, 
Restigourhe; Rev. J. Gague do.. Marie. British Columbia 
J. W. Powell, Visiting Indian Supt., Victoria; P. O Reilly, 
Indian Reserve Commissioner, Victoria; G. Belluus p, 
Agent to the Kwah-Kewlth Indians; W. H. Lomas, do., 
Cowichan Indians; P. McTiernsn, do., Fraser Rivtr In 
dians; J. W McKay, Indian Agent. Kamloops and 
Okanagan Iudi;mf: H. Guillod, do, West Coast; Capt. 
W. L. Meeson, do , Lillooet District. Kew Brunswick 0. 
Sargeant. Indian Supt., Chatham; James Farrell. do., 
Frederictou; Moses Craig. Indian Agent. Perth. Nova 
Scotia George Wells, Annapolis, Indian Agent for the 
Counties of Annapolis and Shelburne; Freeman McDor- 
mand. Bear River, do. for the Counties of Digby and 
Yarmouth; Rev R. Macdouald. Pictou. do. for the County 
of I ictoi ; Rev. J. McL)ou t all. do.. Red Islands; Rev. D. 
Mclsa*c. River Inhabitants, do fir the County of Inver 
ness; Rev. Roderick Grant, lona Grand Narrows, do. for 
County of Victoiia; J. E. Beckwith, Canning, do. for 
Kind s County; Rev. Thos. Butler, Caledonia do for the 
Counties of Queens nd Lunenburg: James Gass, Shu- 
benaeadie. do. for Hants County : I .ev. A. P Desmond, 
Entifld. A.-tirig Indian Aireut for Halifax County : Dr. D. 
H. Muir. Truro, Indian Agent for County of Colchester; 
Dr. A. T. Clarke, Parsboro, do. for County of Cumberland ; 
M Hc.Keii7.iei. Christmas Island, do. for Cape Breti ii 
J nnce Edward Inland J. 0. Arsenault. Indian 
Lennox Island. Manitoba, Keewntin and North. 
West Territory Hon. E. Dewdney. Indian Commissioner 
for Manitoba and North West Territories. Regina: E. 
McColl. Inspector of Indian Agencies lor Manitoba and 
Keewatin, Winnipeg; L. J. A. Levique. Clerk. Winnipeg ; 
J. P. Wriuht. do., do : Hayter Reed, Sec.ar-d As.*t. Indian 
Commissioner for Manitoba aud N.W.T., Regina; T. P. 
Wadsworth. Inspector of Government Farms and Auen- 
. W.T.. do.; Wm McGirr, Commissioner s Cleik; 
Augui- McKay, h.dian Agent. Gruud Rapids; Hemy Mar- 
tideau. do . .ianitol a House; K. iMther, do., Fort Francis; 
George McPhc-rsou, do.. Lake ol the Woods; I . W. Herch- 
mer, Indian Agent and Farming Instructor, Birtle ; F. 
Ogletree, Indian Agent, Portnge La Prairie; A.M. Muckle, 
do.. St. Peter s and Fort Alexander; Capt. A. Maedonald, 
do., Indian Head ; Wui Anderson, do.. Edmonton ; W. B. 
Pockliiigton. do.. Fort McLeod: J M. Rae. Indian Agent. 
Ba* tlef ird : Maunus Begg. sub-Agent. Bl ickfoot Crossing ; 
J. A. Macrae. Indian Agent, Carl I on; P. T. Quiun. sub- 
Agent. Pitt : F. X. Girard, M.D , Treaty 7 ; J. C. Nekon, 
Surveyor. Regina. 

DEPARTMENT OF STATB. - Hou J. A. Chapleau, LL.D..Q C., 
Secretary of rotate: G Powell. Undei Secretary of J State; 
H.J. Morgan. Chief Clerk (1st g-ade): W. H Jones, Chief 
Clerk (2nd grade!: II K.Stecle. Clerk (1st clasH); E. G. 
Pulf.ird, Clfli k (2nd class); G Emond. Shorthand Writer 
(3rd class); N. Larochelle, Clerk (3rd class); L. If. Tache. 
Minister s Private Secretary; E. Harrison, Extra Clerk. 
Registrar s Branch L. A. Catelliur. Deputy Registrar 
General; Lt.-Col. A. Audet, Keeper of Reco.ds (Chief 
Clerks): E. Brousseau, J. A. Belanger. ClerKs (1st class); 
J. Burns, A. G. Learoyd. I W. Bturr, G. Collins. C. B. 
Sansom, C. Medlow, P. T. Kirwan. D. McDonald, clerks 
(3rd class). Queen s Printer s OffiC . Lt.-Col P. Chamber- 
lin, C.M.G.. D.C.L.. Queen s Printer (Chiel Clerk): W. Glid 
don, A. MousHeau, Cierks (-nd class); A. Potvin, L A. 
Giison. G. Andrews, Cle(ks (3rd class). Stati>ifry Oflice 
Branch J. Young. Chief Clerk. Board of Civil Serviet 
Examiners J. ThorV>urn, LL.D. (Chairman), A. D. De 
Celles, P. iiK Sueur (Secretary). 

DEPARTMENT CF MARINE AND FISHERIES. Hon. A. W. 
v lcL Ian. .Minister of Marine and Fisheries: Win. Smith, 
Deputy Minister of Marine; J. Ilardie. Chief Clerk; IV. L. 
Magee. W. P Anderson ( Uri . ineer). F. F. Gourdeau. W. H. 
Alexander. M. P. McKllinmey (Nau ical Adviser). W B. 
Carleton. J. B Halkett, W W. Stuml>les W- V. C. Nichol 
son. A. W Owen. T. E McLelan (Private Se(-retaiy to Min 
ister). J. M. Oxley, A Hhlkett, V. H. Sleele and .7. E. 
McClenaghan, Clerks; J.Corbtt,D G. R. Mann and W. G. 
Lampev, Drau^btstiien i;i Engineer s Office ; M. Lamnuche, 
U. Grant and R. Roy, Extra Clerks; Jules Morin and J. 
Robertson, Messengers; J. U. Gregory, Agent, Quebec; J 



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53 



H. Harding. Asent. St. John. N.B.; H. W. Johnston, Agent. 
Halifax. N.S.; F. Revely, At;ent. Victoria. B C. ; A Lord, 
Agent, Charlotte town, P. EL; H St. A. Orruond. A^eut, 
Montreal, and Inspector Harbour Police; Jas. Mitchell, 
Superintendent of Light*, Newcastle, N.B ; C \.Hutch ; ns, 
Superintendent of Lights, Halifax, N.S.; Wm. Barbour, 
Superintendent of Lights. Quebec; and P. Harty, Superin 
tendent of Lights, Ottawa; P. A. Scott. R.N., Chairman 
Board of Examiners Masters and Mates. Halifax, N.-.; J. 
Taylor (Clerk to Chairman): G. A. Mackenzie, Examiner, 
Halifax, N.S.; Z. Charron, Examiner, Quebec; J Prichard, 
Examiner. St. John, N.B.; D Hunter, Examiner. Halifax, 
N.S.; W. Thomas, Examiner. S?. John, N.B ; R. Cameron, 
Examiner, Charlottetown, P.E.I.; H. L wis. Examiner. 
Yarmouth. N S. : T. Killam, Examiner. Yarmouth. N.S.; 
C M. Lorway. Examiner, Sydney. C B. ; 8. J. Brookman. 
Examiner, Sydney, C B.; A. J. Wolff. Examiner, Luneu- 
burg; J. E. Hunt, Examiner. Lunenburg: W. Mcllwain, 
Examiner. St. Catherines; M. P. McBlliumey, Examiner, 
Ottawa; T. F. Taylor, Examiner. Kingston; E J Mann, 
Examiner, New Carlisle, Q.; W. C. Seaton. Examiner, 
Quebec; and S. P. L Blanc. Examiner. Arichat. N.S. : 
Samuel Ridley. Chairman Board of Steamboat Inspection. 
Tronto; W. M. Smith, Deputy Chairman, and Inspector 
of B >ilers and Machinery, Ht. John, N.B. W. J. Meneilley, 
Inspector of Boilers. &c., Toronto; J. Burgess. Inspector 
of Boilers, Ac., Montreal; E. Adams, fnspector of Boilers, 
&c., Kingston. Ont. ; J. Samson, Inspector of Boilers, &c.. 
Quebec; E. R. Abell. Inspector of Boilers. &c , Lower Fort 
Garry; 0. P. St. John, Inspector of Boilers Ac., Toronto; 
and E. S. Vigor, Inspector of Boilers. &c., Victoria, B.C.; 
C. R. Coker. Inspector of Hulls, St. J.">hn, N B.; T. Har- 
bo ttle. Inspector of Hulls. Toronto ; P. Brunelle, Inspector 
of Hulls, Quebec; M P. McKllinmey, Inspector of Hulls, 
Ottawa; T. F. Taylor (Temporarily), Inspector of Hulls, 
Kingston; J.Dick Inspector of Hulls, Toron f o; R. C >llis- 
t-:r. Inspector of Hulls, Victoria. B.C.; and E. S. Vigor, 
Inspector of Hulls. Victoria. B C. ; C. Cnrpmael. Superin 



tendent Meteorological Service, Toronto; A. R. Gordon, 
R.N.. Deputy Superintendent, and Officer in charge Of 
Hudson Bav Expedition: E Larochelle, Captain Govern 
ment Steamer Napoleon III. ; L. Dcmer?. Captain Govern 
ment Steamer Druid; R. A. Guild ford. Captain Government 
Steamer Newfield: and J. B. Belanger, Captain Govern 
ment Steamer Ln Canadienne; A. B. Lee, Chairman Har 
bour Commissioners. Toronto: A. Robertson, Chairman 
Harbour Commissioners, Montreal ; P. V. Valin, Chairman 
Harbour Commissioners, Quebec ; and Jos. Gordon, Chair 
man Harbour Commissioners, Pictou, N.S 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE [Western Block]. Hon. 
John Henry Pope, Minister of Agriculture; J. C. Tache, 
Deputy Minister; John Lowe, Secretary of the Depart 
ment: H.Beaumont Small, First Jlass Clerk and Account- 
ant; W. F. Boardman, J. E. W. Currier, Second Class 
Clerks: L. Dauray.J. C. Poper, J. G. Lemienx, Third do.; 
B. Moreau. D. Cote, A. Desjardins, Messengers. Archives 
Branch Q Berryman, First Class Clerk ; J. Marmette, 
Second do. Copyrights and Tia eMj.rkt J.B.Jackson, 
First Clasf Clerk; G. Tetu, i-tcond do. Patents Branch 
A. J. Cambie. Chief Clerk: J. F Diouue. H. Casgrain. First 
Class Clerks; E. Danteuil, W. J. Lynch. D Routhier, T. 
MoOabe, Second do. ; L J. Beland, A. Leveque, 0. Caron, 
J. H. Lyster, W. Hanright, A. Tache, J. H. Fraser, Third 
do.; J. Leveille, Model Repairer; G. Lemaitre, L. Z. 
Chabot. MoJel Room Guardians. Statistics Branch- 
Rev. C. Tanguay, Special Attache ; E. H. St. Denis, Thii 
Class Clerk. 

Aur ITOR GENERAL S OFFICE. Auditor General, Jot 
Lorn MoDougall; Assist. Auditor, Jas. Paterson; Clerks, 
J. B Simpson, E. D. Sutherland, H. G. Dunlevie, John 
Gorman, F. Hayter. J. B Lynch, H. H. Gray, T Porter, J. 
H P. Gibson, G. C. Briton. J. H. Balderson, J. C. Mac- 
D maid. L. A. Bisnotinette, B. W. Sherwood, Arthur B. 
Hudson and Miss H. A.Baldwin; Messengers, J. Pindar 
and F. Oasault. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

SEAT OP GOVERNMENT TORONTO. 
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. The Hon. John Beverley Robinsou, Toronto. J. B. Robinson, jun., Private Secretary. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney General Hon. Oliver Mowat. 

Chitmisnimtr of Ormun Lands 1; T B. Pardee. 

Commissioner of Public Works " C. F. Fraser 



Secretary and Registrar Hon. A. S Hardy. 

Treat, and Commis. of Agriculture... " A.M.Ross. 
Minister of Blucation " G.W.Ross. 



J. G. Scott. Q.O , Clerk of Executive Council. J. Lonsdale Capreol, Assistant Clerk. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. Charlts Clarke, Sp-ker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



N-.ME. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Addington George Denison Hartington 

Algnrna. 

Brant, N. R Hon. James Young. ..Gait 

Brant. S. R Hon. A. S. Hardy ....Toronto 

Broc/tviile H"n. C F. Fra3r Toronto 

Hruce.N. R John Gillies Gillies Hill 

Bru.ce, S. R H. P. O Connor Walkerton 

CardvieU W. H Flammell Beeton 

r arleton G. W. Monk South March 

Cornwall A. P. Rosn Cornwall 

D lfferin P.obert M. Ghee Hnvnina s Mills 

Dundaf, Andrew Broder West Winchester 

Durham, E. R C. H Brereton Bethany. 

Durham. \V. R Jas W McLaughlin.Bowmanville 

Elgin, E. R C. 0. ErnwUngor Sc Thomas 

E gin, Jf. R John Cascaden Tona 

Essex, N. R Solomon White Windsor 

Essex. S. R W D Balfour \mherstburgh. 

Fi-nntenac Ht-nry Wilmot Kingston 

G!->nQarry lames Rayi-ide Lancaster 

Grenville. S R Frederick J. French . Prescott 

9rey, iV. R D. Creighton Owen Sound 

Orey, E. R N McO. .Irnan Thornbury 

Grey. S. R >ohn Blabe (rchnrd 

Huldimand J>icob Baxter Cayutra 

H.Mon W. Kearns Burlington 

Hamilton John M.Gibson Hamilton 

Hastings, W. R Ephraim G. Sills Frankforl 

Hastings. E R W P. Hudson Rrslin 

Hastings, N. R A F Wood Madoc 

Huron. E. R T. Gibsin Wroxeter 

Huron, S R Archibald Bishop Hay 

Huron, W. R A. McLagan Ross Goderich 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



P. 0. ADDRESf. 



Kent E. R D. McCraney Bothweil 

Kent, W. R James C ancey Wullacebiirgh 

Kingston James H. Metcalfe... Kingston 

Lambwn. E. R Peter Graham Warwick 

Lambton. W R. ...Hon T. B. Pardee . ...Toronto 

Lanark. N. P Wm. C. Caldwell Lanark 

Lanark, S. R Willum Lees Fallbrook 

Leeds dbOrert ,-V.ff. H. Merrick Merrickville 

L*.r,ds, S. R Robert H. Preston. ...Niwboro 

Lennox.... G. D. HawL-y Bath 

Lincoln . . ^ylvestcr Neelon ....St. Catharines 

London W. R. Meredith London 

Middlesex, E R DonxM McKonzie. ...Hyde Park 

Middlesex, N.R John Waters Springbunk 

Middlesex. W.R A. Johnston Strathroy 

Mmck Richap" Harconrt. ...Welland 

Muskoka&ParrySdJ. W. Dill Bracebridge 

N trfnlk, S. R William Morgan Poit Rowan 

iV-.r/oU-. N. R John B Freeman Simooe 

Ntrf.httmb>.rl d E ...Jas. M. Ferris Campbellford 

Northumbtrl d W.... Robert Mulholland...Cobourg 

Ontario, N R I-mac J Gould ... ...Uxbridge. 

Ontario, S. R John Brydcn Brooklin 

Ottawa Patrick Bakerville... Ottawa 

Oxford. If. R Hon. 0. Mowat Toronto 

Oxford, S. R G. A. Cooke Norwich 

Prel K. Chisholra Brampton 

Perth, N. R Geortre Hess Listowel 

Perth, S R Thos BaJlantyne Stratford 

Pe.tf.rhorn , E. R. ...Thomas Blezard Villiers 

Peterboro\ W. R.... John Csrnegie Peterboro 

Pri scott Albert Elagar Plantageiiet 

Prince Milliard Janes Hart Picton 



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CONSTITUENCIES. NAV E. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Renfrew. .V. K John F. Dowling Eganville 

JttnfreWj N. R Thomas Murray Pembroke 

Russell Honore Robillard ....Ottawa 

Suncoe, E. R Charles Drnry Crown Hill 

Suncoe, S. R George P McKay Lefroy 

Sit/icoe., W. R Orson J. Phelps Phelpston 

S unnont Jcseph Kerr Farran s Point 

Toronto, Ea^t flon Alex Morris ...Toronto 

Toronto, W St Hnry E. Clarke Toronto 

Victoria, N. R John Fell Bnry s Green 

Victoria, S R D. J. Mclntyre Lindsay 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Charles T. Glllm-ir, Clerk of the House, and Clerk of the Crown in 
Chancery; Arthur H. rfydere, Clerk Assistant; J. M. Delamere, Clerk; John Notroan. Accountant; John R. 
Oftrtwijght, Law C:erk: F. ,). Giackmeyer, Ser^eant-at-Arms; P. O Brion, House Keeper and Chief Messenger. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. DDRESS. 

Waterloo, A". R E. W. B. Snider St. Jacobs 

Waterloo, S. R Isaac Master Washington 

Welland James E. Morin Ridgeway 

Wellington, W. #.. ..Robert McKim Parker 

WeUinyton, a R....Ila. C. Clarke Elora 

Wrttinyton, ,S . R.. .. James Laidlaw Guelph 

W-nt worth, N. R....3. McMahon D mdaa 

We.ntworth, S. R.. .. Nicholas Awrey Binhrook 

York, K, R 0. W. Badgerow Toronto 

York, W. R John Gray Parkdale 

, N. R J. H. Wid difield Newmarket 



1 aovi OIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. lion. A. S. Htrdy, Pro 
vincial Secretary. Goo. E. Lumsdeij, \ s^ist ant Secretary ; 
J. B. McLachlan, Chief Clerk; J. D Warde, 2nd Clerk; 
L. H Irving, 3rd " iwrk : Arthur BartclutoU^ MetMOfCer. 

DEPARTMENT OF ASYLUMS, I RlsONS AND PUUHO CUARtTIES 

with the Dapartmnntof the Hon. the Provincial 
1 r. W. T. O Reilly and II. Christie. Inspectors 
of Prison* and Public Chanties; H Hayes. Chief Clark P. 
M. NicholBfm, Shorthand Writer; .T. Mann, Accountant; 
J. Smith, Messenger. Provin.-ial Bailiffs (attached to In 
spector s Otti.v) for the transfer of priners. lunatics &c., 
J. English. J. Wad lull, p. Simser. K. VIcLau^hlin. Asylum 
for the [iismtf, I oronto. D. (. Ltrk, M.D., Medical Superin 
tendent; Thos. J. Tracy, Bursar. Asylum for the, Insane, 
London. R. M. Bucke, M.D., Medical Superimen leut; 
T. Short, Bursar. Asylum for the, Insane, K.inn-lou. 
W. G Metcalf, M.D.. Medical Superintendent; William 
A^ glin, Burstr. Asylum, f-tr the, ttnane, Hamilton J 
keL. Wallace, M.I).. Medical Superiutenflent,; B. Way, 
Bursnr. Asylum, for l/ints. Oi- Hvi. A, H. Beiirnn, M.D., 
Medical Snpiintcndent ; B. Mullin, Bursar. Institution 
for the Deaf and Dumb B<i/> i ilie. K. Mathison, Superin- 
temlent; A. l.iviug-ton,. Bursar. Institution for tkt Blind, 
Brantford. A. H. Dymoud, Principal ; W. N. Hosnie, 
Bui sar. Ceidrul Pi i.vn of O/it irio. Toronto. Jas. M .ssie, 
Warden; Jaintw Lackle, Burrar. Reftfriniitary for Boys, 
Pf.iift tigui^ ie. it. Thos. MoOross^n. Supeiintsudent; W. 
P. Baud, Bursar. Andrew Mtrcer Reformatory for 
FsiitaJes o, d Iit</uJria> Refuge for Girls, Toronto. Mrs. 
O Heitly, Superinfetiilent; R W. L-iird, Bursar. 

iNSt ECTOK OF DIVISION COURTS (connected with the 
Dr( artmrut of tha H ->u. the Provincial Secretary). 
Jriieph Dickey, Inspuctor; J. B Mtcdon. tld. i lerk. 

LCCBNSE A D CHIMI.NAL JUSTICE ACCOUNTS AUDIT BRAKHH 
(connected v\ith the Depirttnentof the llou. the Provincial 
Secretary). Henry Totten. Chief Clerk ; J. P. McDonell, 
E. A. UeLauriii and Frank Kormann. Clerks. 

liEOiSTRAR-GENERAi. s OFFICE. H >n. A. S. Hardy. Regis 
trar-General; H. S. t!rewe, Inspector; Frederick Warwick, 
Chief Clerk; J. McGill Ridley, Frank Jones, G. Pardee 
and D. P. Picken, Clerks. 

t R /viNCiAL REGISTRAR S OFFICE. Hon. A. S. Hardy, 
Provi >eial Registrar; J. F. C. Ussher, Deputy Registrar; 
George "obbs ami Frank Yeluh. Clerks. 

TREASURER S DEPAR MENT. Hun. A. M. ROPS, Treasurpr ; 
W. R. Harris. Assistan Treasurer; F. A. Carrell. Chief 
Cl- rk; L. V Percivul. W. N. Douglas and R. Humphreys, 
Clerks; C H Ppronl... Vudi Or; [,. VV. Ord. A. J. Rtittray, 
and J. Maclagan. Clf rks : T Wt Us. Messenger. 

PIIOVINCUL BOARD or HEVLTH (connected with the De 
partment of the Hon. the Provincial Treasurer) C. W. 
Coveruton, M D., Toronto, Chairman; Peter H. Bryce, 
M..V, VI. B.. Toronto, Secretary. 

INSPECTOR OF INSURANCE (connected with the Depart 
ment of the Him the Provincial Treasurer). J. Howard 
Hunter. M.A, Inspector; T. M. Simon?, Clerk. 

IMMIGRATION DEPARTMENT (connected with the Depart-- 
m a nt of the Hon the Provincial Treasurer). Secretary, 
David Speuce; R M. Persse, Agent at Quebec and Clerk; 
Edwin leiikinson, Clerk. 



Kncc ATiox DBPASTMEST OF ONTARIO (for the general 
ad mi. i.-tratiou of the High and P,.blic School Laws). 
Education Office. Hon. G. W. Ross. LL.B., Minister of 
Education; J. G. Hodglns, LL.D., Deputy Minister of Edu- 

i cation; A. Marliug. LUB., Secretary to Education Depart- 

I medt; S. P. May, M.D.. Superintendent of Mechanics 
Institutes and Art S.-hool; F. J. Taylor. Chief Clerk and 
Accountant; H. Alley, J. T. R. Stinson, H. M. Wilkinson, 
A. C. Paul]. F. N Nudel, Clerks; J. H. J. Kerr, E. Williams, 
W. W. Jeffers. R. J. Bryce, T. Greene, D. Barren, Junior 
Clerks; W. Lemon. Messenger; W. J. Graham Caretaker. 
Offices in the Departmental Buildings, St. James Square, 

I Toronto. 

CROWN LANDS DEPARTMENT, OUT. Hon. T. B. Pardee, 
Commissioner; T. H Johnson, Assistant Commissioner; 
Q. Kennedy, Law Clark; T. W.Gibson, Short-hind Writer. 
Frw Grants and Sales Branch &. Kirk wood. Chi.-f Clerk; 
J. M. Grant. P. Alma. Julian .-ale, Clerks; .1. J. Murphy, 

I Clerk Free Grants. Surveys. Patents and Roads. G. B. 

I Kirkpatrick, P L.S., Chief Clerk: W. Revell, W. F. Lewis, 
Clerks; K. Fox. P.L.S .Chief Clerk, Patents; A. J. Taylor, 
Clerk; H. Smith, Supt. Colonization Roads; C. Cashman, 
Clerk, Woods and Forests Branch G. B, Cowper. Chief 
Clerk: A White. J. A. G. Crozier. H. R. Hardy, Clerks, 
Accounts Branch D. G. R.JSS, Accountant; R. H Browne. 
Chief Clerk. A ;<!, ts Returns; E, Leigh. Clerk : J. Morphy, 
Registrar; C.P.Hijigins. Clerk: J Bradshnw. Office Keeper; 
A. MrDonaid. Messenger; D. Kinnan. Night Watchman. 
Crown Timber Agents. Ottawa. J. Poupore, Agent ; 
C. S. McNiUt, Assistant; J. Ritchie. E T. Smith, Clerks; 
R. Mills, Messenger Bellevile. f. F. Way, Agent. 

Crown Land Agents. 
Aptfey ....Duncan Anderson ) Mattnwa B. J. Gilligan 



Brcuxbridge T. C. Taylor 

Bruce. Mfne.s....Jr,ha F. D;<y 

Eflanvit./e. James Reeves 

Emsdate E. Handj 

Ho.liburton ....C R. Stewart 



Mindm W. Fielding 

yipissing J. S. Scarlett 

Ompak G. W. Dawson 

Parry S d...Mrs. T. Mackay 
Pembroke... .Adam Kennedy 



Kingston R. Marpherson i Sault Ste. Marie. C. P. Brown 

L Amable J. R. Tait! S urgeon fl Ks.J.D.Cookhurn 

Marjneteiuan S. G. Best! Thunder Sen/. Amos Wright 

Jlorksvi le A. G. Duncan I 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, Commissioner, Hon. 
C. P. Fraser; Secretary, Wm. Edwards; Architect. Kivas 
Tully; Engineer. R. McCallurn; Accountant J.P. Kdwardg, 
Draughtsmen. F. A. Henkes, R. P. Fairbairn, T. M. 
Hennessy; Clerks. Marmaduke Wilson, S. G. O Grady; 
Me -se^ifer. C. A. McDonald. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL S OFFICE. Hon. Oliver Mowat. Attor 
ney General; J. G Scott, Q.C., Deputy; J. R. Cartwright, 
Legal Ssrrwtary ; J. Lonsdalj Caprenl, E H T. Heward, 
and Matthew Currey,Clerks; Michael Smith, Housekeeper; 
Charles Filch. Messenger. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF P. L. SURVEYORS. The Hon. 
Commissioner of < rowu Lands. President, fx-officio ; Mem- 
bsrs. J. S. Dennis. Ottawa; F. F Passrnore. Toronto, T. F. 
Gibbs, Adolphu&town; A. C. Webb, Brighton; H. Wilson, 
Mount Forest; P 8. Gibson, Willowdale ; Prof Chapman 
(Examiner in Geology), Toronto. George B. Ktrkputrick, 
Secretary, Toronto. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

SEAT OP GOV^RNMRNT QUEBEC. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, Hon. Theodore Robitaille; Mr. Henry Sheppard, Aide-de-Camp and Private 

Secretary; Walter Lannon, Messenger. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney-General Hon. L. Tailhm 

Ownissiiner of Crown Lands " W. W. Lynch 

TfaxHrrr " J G. Robertson 

OfFiOBRS. J. A. Defoy, Clerk Executive Council; G. Gr euier, Deputy Clerk; P. S~T. Normandin, Clerk; 0. Vallea 

Messenger. 

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Prnnier, Com. of Agric. <f Pub. WnrTcs. Hon. J. J. ROPS 

Provincial Secretary " J. Blanchet 

Commissioner of Railways " E. J. Flynn 



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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



Hon. P. B. DE LABRUERE, Speaker. 



DIVISION. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

At mi Hon. Jean Louis Beaudry. Montreal 



Bedford 
Cn.amj.inig an ,. 
De. Lana.ndie.re 
DelaDuranlay 
De la Valiie.re. 
De. Lnrimif.r... 
D , Salaherry. 

Qrandvitte 

Gulf. 

Inker man 

Kenneb c 



Thomas Wood Dunham Flats 

John Jones Ross . ...Ste. Au.de la Per 
L. C. Champ gne.... St. Eustache 
Bdouird Remillard .Quebec 

J. A D >rin Sr. >urs 

J. G. Lnviolette Montreal 

H Starnes Montreal 

Eli7.ee Dionne 8te An. dela Poc. 

Thomas Sa%age Cape Cove 

Gegrge Bryson M lnsfield 

E. Gerin Three Rivers 



DIVISION. 

La S -dle ......... 

L nirentides .. 
Lauzon ......... 

Mitle Isles 
Minturville ... 



Rigaud 
Ritwjernont 

Snrel 

Sia lacona " 

Victoria " 

Wellington . ... " 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. G. B. de Bouchorville, Clerk, Mas ( er in Chancery and Accountant; Isa ie 
Jodoin, Assistant Clerk, Master in Chancery, Clerk of Private Bills and Assistant Accountant; N. Legendre. Clerk ot 
French Journals and Translator; N. Beaudry. Clerk of Committees. Translator and Copying Clerk; A. Frenette, 
Permanent Clerk and Serge:mt-at-Arms ; S. S. Ilatt, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; Fiaiigois Blais, F. Drouin 
and Elzear Papillon. Messengers. 



NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. L F. R. Masson ...... Perrebonne 

" Jean Klie Gingras. ...Quebec 

" G. Couture .............. Levis 

" F. X Methot, St. Pierre Its Bequets 
C.B. de Boucherville..Boucherville 
Louis An b.iirubeault..i. Ass"mption 
E. Pi-udhooime ....... Parish Montreal 

P.B deLaBruere(Sp.).St. Hyacinthe 
P K Roy ............... St. Pie 

John [learn ............ Quebec 

Jaaies Ferrier ......... Montreal 

W. H. Webb ............ Melbourne 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. 



-, Speaker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Argt.nte.uH William Owens Stonefield 

Bngnt Antoine Casavant ....St. Dominique 

Beauce Jean Blanchet Quebec 

B auhanwis Cfilestin Bergevin . ...Sf Timethfie 

B M chasse N. H. E. Faiu-her ....Quebec 

B Hhier Joseph Robillard Lanoraie 

Btnavnture H. J. "Wartin Cnrleron 

Brnme Hon. W. W. Lynch. ..Knowlton 

Chambly Dr. D. Martel Chambly (Basin) 

Champlain Robert Trudel Ste. G. de Bathcan 

Ch irlevoix Oue.-ime Gauthiur. ...Si. Urbain 

Ch Utf.anguay ... .J. E Robidius Montreal 

Chicnut. dbSague.V, St. Hiliire St. Prime. I,.St. Jean 

Cnmpton W. Sawyer Sawverville 

Dt>ix-Ht >ntagnes.~B<sn. Beauchamp St. Hernias 

Dorchester N Audet St. Anneltne 

Dram. < Arthab.W. J. Watts Dnmimondville 

Gasvt Hon. E. J. Fl>nn Quebec 

B tchflaga Hon. L. Beaubien ....Montreal 

Huntingdon Dr. A. Cam -ron Huntingdon 

Ibermlle \.. L. Diners St. Geo. Henryville 

Jacques Curlier. ..A.. Hoyer M^n real 

Joliftte V. P. l,avallee 8t. Flix de Valois. 

Kamiuraika Chs. Ant Er. Gaarnon Riviere Ouelle 

Laprairi L. B. A. Charlebois ...Village Laprairie 

L A<S >mptin Joseph Mnrion St. Paul 1 Ermite 

Laval P. E. LeBlanc Montreal 

Livu 

Ulslft Charles Marcotte L Islet 

Lotbini&re. Hon. II. G. Joly Quebec 

tMoiiard Caron Louiseville 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

MnntC ilm J.B.Treffle.M.RichardSt. Liguori 

M intmagny N. Hernatchey 

M tntmnrency L. G D^sjardins Levis 

Montreal. W> St ...James McShaue Montreal 

Montreal,. Centre. G. W. Stephens Montreal 

Montreal, East ...Hon. L. O. Taillon ...Montreal 

y lpierville F X. "arndis St.Mli helArchange 

Ificolet L. T. Dorais 

Ottawa {County). .L. Duhamel Wrisht Township 

P .ntiac W. J. t onpore Chichester 

P irtne,uf D. Brousseau Quebec 

Que.bec, East Joseph Shehyn Quebec 

Qi .ebec, West Felix Carbray Quebec 

Quebec, Centre. ...TO.. F. Riufret Quebec 

Qifbec (Cnunty)..H<m. Pierre Garneau. Quebec 

Richmn d &Wo!f . Jacques Picard Wotton 

Rii.fieli.eu Leou Lfduc Sorel 



Rini tuski L. N. Asselin Rimcuski 

Rmtville Etienne Poulin Ste. M. de Monnoir 

St. Hyacinth . . ...Hon H. Mercier Montreal 

St. Jnin lion. F. G. Mart-hand. St Jean d Iberville 

St. Maurice F. S. L. Desaulniers .Yamachiche 

Sltf ird Ihidore Fregeau Lawrencenille 

Sherbrooke Hon..!. G. Robertson. Sherbrooke 

Snufanges Wra. Duckett Coteau Lauding 

St .n stead John Thornton Coaticook 

Teiiu sc iuota G. H. De.-ichenes Ste. Kpiphane 

T-rrrbnnne G. A. Nantel St. Jerome 

Three Rivrs Hon. A. Turcotte. . . .Three Rivers 

Vaudrfu.il F. X. Archambault... Montreal 

V-rcheres Abraham Bernard ... Belosil 

M guntic Tamaska J. C. S. Wurtele Montreal 

Hiiiisquoi E. E, Spencer ...Freligsburg 

OFFICERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Louis Delorme, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly; Etienne Simard, 
First Assistant Clerk; Paul Smith, Deputy Clt-rk 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. 
Laneelier. Assistant French Translator; Crawford Lind-av; Chief English Translator; Lawrence Stafford. Assistant 
English Translator; Edouard Lemoine, Cl^rk of Private Kills; Charles Delasrrave, Assistant Clerk of Private Biils ; 
Charles Li nds:iy, Clerk of Committees; Ad E. Demers, Clerk Printing. Stationery and Records; Lsurcnt Simoneau, 
Accountant; Z. Duhamel, Postmaster; F. X. Gagimn, Assistant Postmaster; QeVleon Laroque. Sergeant-at-Arms; 
Olivier Robitaille, Chi^f Messnger; A. Pelletier, Speaker s Messenger; Simeon Gasrne, Clerk s Messenger: Ed. 
Littlejohn, George Workman. E. Uauvreau. Messengers. Law Department G. A. Pariseault, Law Clerk ; Theophilus 
Olivier, Assistant; J. Roy, Messenger. Library L. P. Lemay, Librarian; Jacques Morin and Joseph Trudel, Librarian 
Messengers. 



PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR S DEPARTMENT. Hon. Jean j 
Blanchet, Provincial Registrar: John Langelier, Deputy j 
Registrar; Etieiine Poitras mid H^rrainigilde tioy. Clerks. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ATTORNKY-OENERAL. Uou. L. 0. j 
Taillon, Attorney-GenTal ; Joseph A. Defoy, Assistant 
Attorney-General; U. Delagrave and G. Ouimet, Clerks; j 
W. Dupe. Messenger. 

SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hon. Jean Blanchet, Provincial 
Secretary; P. J. Jolicceur, Assistant Secretary; 0. F. 
Campeau, Accountant; G W. Co fer. Jos. 0. Laurin. 
Charles Leblanc and C. E. Deschamps, Clerks; P. Blouin 
nd F. Forget, Messengers. 

TREASCUY DEPARTMENT. Hon. J. S C. Wiirtele, Trea 
surer; H T. Machin. Assistant Treasurer; H. Hemming, 
Book-keeper; S. H. Holt, J. T. Harrower, T. A. Poston, A. 



Brosnan. R. E. Duval and D. Rae, Clerks; II. Hughes 
and G. Sumner, Messengers. Awlit Brunch Q. Drolet, 
Auditor; A. N. Giard. Assistant Auditor; F. D. Tims, 
bookkeeper: T. R. Nelson, G. T. A. Kvanturt-1, C. J. 
Burroughs and F. Laroche, Clerks; G. Trudel. Messenger. 

DEPARTMriXT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. Hon. G Ouimet, 

Superintendent of Public Instruction; Oscar Dunn, Secre 
tary; J. E Rexford, Knalish Secretary; L Devisme. First 
Clerk French and Enidinh Corrpspoudences; J. H. Rich 
ardson, Accountant: P. de Gazes, Librarian: F. X. Couil- 
lard, (Jlnrk of Correspondence and Statistics; L J. Prejen, 
Recording Clerk ; L. Lefebvre, R. Lamontague, Clerks ; P. 
Prevost, Storekeeper: A. Dore and J. Blouin, Messengers. 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND PUBLIC WORKS. Hon. 
J. J. Ross, Commissioner; S. Lesage, Asst. Commissioner; 



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[1885. 



E. Gannon, Secretary; J. B. Dernme. Engineerand Supt. of 
Public Works: P. Cousin. Assistant, Engineer; A. Trudetle, 
Draftsman ; J. 0. Methot. Inspector of Works; P. M. 
Partridge. Accountant: A. F. d Eschambault, Book 
keeper ; L. U Fontaine, Director of Colonization ; H. A. 
Turgeon. Assistant Director of Colonization ; E. A. Barnard. 
Director of Agriculture; A. C. Gnilbaiilt. Registrar; J. 
C6te. Ebz. Gauvreau and J. B. 0. Hebert, Clerks; P. 
Archambault and P. Poirier, Messengers. 

Council of Agriculture. i,. H. Massue, Varennes, Presi 
dent; George Leclerc. Secretary-Treasurer. Honn. J. J. 
Koss, Ste. Anne de la Perade; G. limet, Quebec: L Beau- 
Wen, M.P P., Montreal: L. Arehambault, I Assomption ; 
Messrs P. B Benoit, M.P., St. Hubert ; 8. N. Blackwood, 
Shefford ; J. M. Browning. Longueil ; A. Casavant. St. 
Dominique; E. J Dehlois, Quebec : AngiisteGuilbault.pt. 
Elizab-Hh ; A. Somerville, Lower Lachine : Dr. J. Martin, 
Cnrleton; A. Marsan, I As-omption: Rev. P. Pilote. St! 
Auirustin; H. I/ussier, St. Vincent-de-Paul; Aug. Cnsgrain, 
R viere-0u<-ll. ; 0. Ganthier, M.P. P., St. Urbain; James 
Cochrane. Compton : Eugene Casgrain, L Iglet; L. J. 
L mire. Bale du-Febvre : Charl-s Gibb, St. Paul, Abbotts- 
ford. (Jffi-e. 76 St. Gabriel Street. Montreal. 

DEPARTMENT OF CROWN LANDS. Hon. W.W Lynch, Com 
missioner; K. E. Tache. Assistant Commissioner: 0. E. 
Sauvin. Superintendent of Surveys; Jules Tsch6. P. M. A. 
Genest and F. X Genest. Surveyors and Draughtsmen; 
H O Sullivan and D. C. Morency, Inspectors of Surveys; 
J. V. Gale. AceouutantandCashier; I. E. Lepage, Assistant 
Accountant and Cashier: Alfred Parg. Supt. of Woods and 
Forests: W. E. Collins. Supt. of Land Sales. Section West; 
L L. Rivard. Supt. of Jesuits Estates: L. D. Leraoine, Supt. 
of Land Siles, Section East; D C. Maokedie, Supt. of 
Mines and Fisheries; F. Chassd ,T. Morkill. C. A. Parant, 
V. Derome T. P. Morin. E. A. Button, C. 0. Lavoie, J. M. 
Turcot, F. Keroack, A. Fauch^r. A. Dumais, Paul Picard, 
Clerks: J. N. Proulx. Registrar for Dpp-rtment; L. H. B. 



Garneau. Clerk in charge of Stationery; F. M. Lachaine, 
Inspector of Cadastre; G. A. Varin. Secretary of Cadastre; 
C. Chartre. Assistant Secretary of Cadastre ; L. N. Dufresne, 
Draughtsman: J, Caron, Office Keeper; J. Fiset and G. 
Rinfret, Messengers. 

Grown Timber and Land Agents. Montreal. D. Tasse, 
Agent; Three Rivers. A. Dubord, Agent; Tadousac, C. H.. 
Duberger. Agenl; Malbaie, J. A. J. Kaine, Sub Agent; 
Chicoutimi, J. 0. Tremblay. Agent; Roberval, T. Dumais, 
Agent; New Carlisle. W. Maguire, Agent: St. Alexis 
Metapedia. 0, Martin. Sub- Agent; Quebec. H. . 1. Chaloner, 
Collector of Crown Timber Dues; Bryson. W. Clarke, 
Agent; Hull. Robt. Farley. Agent; Maniwaki. J. Comeau, 
Agent; Thursi. J. A Cameron, jnn., Agent; Grenville, A. 
B Filion. Ajcont ; Waterloo, E. Kemp. Agent; Arthabaska- 
ville. A. Gagnon, Agent; St. Joseph. Beauce. J. T. Letour- 
neau, Agent : Ste Claire, J. E. Cayouette, Sub-Aaent ; 
Montmagny, E. Renault, Agent, ; Rimouski, G. Sylvain, 
Agent; Gaspe Basin, W. H Annett, Agent; Perce, E. 
Flynn, Sub-Agent; Cap Chat, Louis Roy, sen.. Agent; 
Quebec. J. E. Boily. Agent ; Joliette. J. B. Delfansse, Agent: 
Up. Ottawa, John Poupore. Agent ; Robinson, C. Patton. 
Agent: Riviere-du-Loup. F. F. Gagnon, Agent; Ottawa, 
J. Macdonald, Deputy Slide Agent. 

BOARD OP LAMB SURVEYORS OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC 
(Incorporated under 45 Vic. c. 16). Managing Directors: 
Jas. Addie, W. A. Ashe, Chas. BaillairgS. H. Dumais, E. 
T. Fletcher, J. N. Gastonguay. F. M. Lachaine, S. Lepage, 
J. H. Leclair, Jas. McArthur. D. C Morency. A. Painchaud. 
P. P. V. du Tremblay. J E. Vanier, W. McLea Walbank. 
President. C. Baillairge. C.E. Vice- Presidents, J. Addie and 
Antoine Painrhaud. Secretarv-Treasurer. E. T. Fletcher. 
Svndic. F M. Lachaine. Committee of Examiners: M. M 
Ashe, BaillairgS. Lepage. Morcncy and Walbank. 

QUEEN S PRINTER S OFFICE Officers Chas. F. Langlois, 
Qiiewn s Printer: Charles Pageau. Book-keeper: Edouanj 
Trudelle. French Translator; J. N. Bour6, Messenger. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT FREDERICTON. 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR His Honour the Honourable Robert Duncan Wilmot. Provincial Aide-de-Camp, 
A. F. Stree% Esq. Private Secretary, H. Wilmot, Esq. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

President Hon. Thos. F. Gillespie S>licitor-Gemral Hon. R. J. Ritchie 

Attorne.y-Gfne.ral " A. G Blair Member of Council " A.Harrison 

Provincial Secretary " David McLellan " " " Dr. Vil 

Cliff O>mnif. ftoardof Works ... " P. G. Ryan " " " Gaius S. Turner 

Surveyor-General . " James Mitchell 

F. A. H. Straton, Cleric. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. DAVIEL HANINQTON, President. 



COUNTIES. 

Albert 


NAME. P. <). ADDRESS. 

Hon. J Lewis Hillsboro 


COUNTIES. NAME. P. O. ADDRESS. 

Ke.stigouche . ...Hon. W. Hamilton Dalhouaie 

St John " T R .Tonpfl St._ John 


Albert 


" Jam^p R"*an Kl^iu 


Oirlfton 




.Sf Jnhn 


" James Halley ... 
" A. Harrison 
" W. B Beveridge 
" D. Hanington ... 
" A.D.Richard.... 
" Robert Robinson 
" A. J. Randolph. 

lir. Assistant Clerk ; 


..Portland 
..Maugerville 
..Tobique 
..Sliediac 
..Dorchester 
.Canterbury. 
. Fredericton 

J. !5. Perley. Dchor 


Charlotte 
Gloucester 
K-nt 


George T. Hill St. Stephen 
4 R. Young Oaratjuete 


Sunbury 
Victoria 


MeTnerney .Richibucto 
John Flewr elling. Hampton 
A. A. Davidson. ...Newcastle 

" Francis Woods Welsf >rd 

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL George Botsford 


ftrjstm (rr eland . 
W stmoreland . 
York 


King s 


Nnrthumberrd 


Yor/k 


OFFICEKS OP 
of Black Rod : 


. Clerk : J. H. Phs 
Engrossing Clerk 






HOUSE OF ASSEMB 


L Y. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 

..Sussex 
..St. John 
.SI. Leonard 
.Nwwcastle 
.Newcastle 
..Chatham 
.Nelson 
Hampstead 


CON8TITCENCIE8 NAME. P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Albfrt Dr. Lewis Hill-borough 
" Hon. G. S. Turner ...Harvey 
OnrUton G. W. White Ceutrerille 
J. S. Leighton Centreville 
Charlotte John Me Adam St. Andrews 
George Hibbard ...St. Stephen 
Hon. J. E. Lyrjot ...St. George 
Hon. Jan. Mitchell ...St. David s 
Qtowxster F McManus Caraquet 
Hon Patrick Ryan. ..Caraquet 
Kent W. Wheton Richibucto 
Oliver LeBUnc St Marvs 
King s Hon. Dr. E. A. Vail. ..Sussex 

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CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. 

King s F. K. Morton ... . 
G H. Flewelling . 
Uadawaska Mutthias Nadeau 


Northumberland 
u 

n 
n 

Queen s 

u 

Restigouehe . ... 
n 

St. John ... . . . . . . 

It 

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M Adams 
W. A. Pai-k ... . 
Hon. T. F (Mllespie. 
Geo. Burehill 
Albert Palmer 
R. Hetherington .. 
Canard Barbeirie .. 
A H. Labellois 
D. McLellan 
A. A. Stockton 


.Campbellton 
.Dalhousie 
.Portland 
.St. John 



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CONSTrTUENCIES 

St. John 

" (CTrv) . . 



NAME. 

.R J. Ritrhie ... 
,\V. Quinton ... 
.J. V Ellis 
E McLeod 


P O. ADDRESS. 

...St. John 
...St. John 
...St. John 
. St John 


CONSTITUENCIES 

Westmoreland 
n 
York 


1. NAME. 

.D. L. Hanington . 
.Dr. Black ... . 
.A G Blair ... . 


P. 0. ADI RESS. 

..Dorchetter 
..Sackville 
..Kredericton 


Simbnry 
u 

Victoria 
Westmoreland .. 


.W. E. Parley ... 
.Geo. Sterling ... 
.Geo. L. Baird .. 
.J. A. Humphrey 


...BlissTille 
...Maugerville 
...Centre Perth 
...Salisbury 


(C 

H 


.E. L. Wetmore 
.F. P. Thompson 
.Hon. George Colter. 


..Fredericton 
..Fredericton 
..Douglas 



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY <} J. Bliss, Clerk; J. Richards. Clerk Assistant; John Grieves, Sergeant- 
at-Arms; C. W. Beckwith, Engrossing Clerk. 

GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. 

J.S. Beek Auditor-General 

McCrockett. M.A. ... Chief Superintendent of Schools 

George Thompson Chief Clerk Education Offic* 

George E. Fenety Queen s Printer 

J. C. Allen ... Clerk of Supreme Court at Law and Equity 

George J. Bliss Assistant Clerk 

W. H. Tuck Clerk of Crown in Supreme Court 

E. L. Wetmore, A.B , Dep. Clerk ol Crown in Supreme Court 
H. G. C. Wetmore ... Librarian to Legislative Library 
Julius L. Inches Secretary for Agriculture 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY S OFFICE. Hou. David , 

Provincial Secretary and Receiver-General ; K. W. L. 
Tippits, Deputy Provincial Secretary: G. N. Babbitt, 
Deputy Receiver-General; E. Hanson, Clerk. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPAKTMENT. Hc>n. P. G. Ryan, Chief 
Commissioner ; B. Winslow, Chief Clerk ; Adolphus G. 
B-ckwith, Civil Engineer. 

SURVEYOR GENERAL S DEPARTMENT. Hon. Jas. Mitchell, 
Surveyor General ; Andrew Inches, Deputy Surveyor 
General; W. P. Flewelling, Crown Land Clerk; T. 
O Connor, A. Sibbald arrd Loggie. Draughtsmen. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT HALIFAX. 

OUOTENANT GOVERNOR (and Deputy Governor for signing Marriage Licenses) His Honour Matthew Henry Richey. 
-, Private Secretary; Col. H. W. Clarke, N. S. M., Col. Charles T. Stewart. Col. George R. Anderson, 



Provincial Aidcs-de-Camp. 



President of Council and Pro 
vincial Secretary Hon. W. S. Fielding 

Attorney- General 

Onmmis. of Works and Mints . 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Members withont Office Hon. Thomas F. Morrison 

" " Thoma Johnson 

" " " Isidore L Blanc 

" " J. W. LoDgley 



Alouzo T. White 
Charles E. Church 

Retired Mr.rn.brrs nf Executive Omncil retaining their rank and precedence, by special permission of Her Majesty. 
Hon. Sir Wra. Young, Hon. Charles Tupper. C.B., Hon. William A. Henry, Hon. James McDonald, Hon. Samuel L 
Shannon. Hon. Alexander McFarlane. Hon. Adains G. Archibald 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. John McKinnon, Antigonisfie 
" Samuel Oreelman. Stewiacke 
" D, McN. Parker, Halifax 
" . Pictou 



Hon. ROBERT BOAK, President. 

NAME AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 

Hon. W. H en, Bridgewater 
" Gilbert McKenna. Shelburne 
" Charles Dickie. Cnrnwallis 
" Robert Boak.jun., Halifax 
" E. R. Dakes, Diyby 



NAME AND P. O. ADDRESS 

Hon. C. M. Francheville, Guysborough 
" John B. Dickie. Tntro 
" David MeCnrdv. Bnddeck 
" H. Black Cumberland 
" J Locke, Shelburne. 



" George Whitman, Annapolis 
OFFICER^. John C. Halliburton, Clerk ; Rev. George W. Hill, A.M., Chaplain ; Robert Romans, Gentleman Usher of 
the Black Rod. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. ANGUS MCGILLIVRAV, Spexker. 



CONSTITUENCIES. NAME. 

Annapolis J. W. Longley 

" Henry Monro 

Antigonishe Angus McGillivray 

" J. Whedden 

Oape. Breton Hon. A. U. White 

" . . William Buchanan 

Colchester Win A. Patterson 

" W. M Blair 

Cumberland Hon. W. T. Pipers 

S. W Black 

Digby Heury M. Robichan 

" John S. McNeill 

Quysbcrrougk Otto S Weeks 

" Jambs S. Kraser 

Halifax Wm. D. Harrington 

" . M. J. Power 



CONSTITUENCIES. 



NAME. 



Hants . 



Inverness A. MeLellan 

" Alexander Campbell 

King s Thomas E. Dodge 

" Thon-as R. Harris 

Lunenburgh Hon. C. E. Church 

" George A Ross 

Pictou Adam C. Bell 

" Robtrt Hfckin 

" Charles H. Munro 

Queen s Joseph H. Conk 

Janon M Mack 

Richmond ...... Isedore LeBlanc 

" M. McRae 

Shelburne Hon. Thomas Johnson 

" W. F. MacCoy 

Victoria Wm. F. McCurdy 

W. S. FieltlinK " Joan A. McDonald 

Nathaniel Spence Farmouth Hon Albert Gayton 

Allen Haley " Thomas E. Corning 

Clerk, H. C. D. Twining. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT VICTORIA, V. I. 
LiF.UTENANT-GovEBNOR Hon. C. F. Cornwall. Private Secretary, Captain Tatlow, 



President of the Council Hon M. W. T. Drake 

Chief Commissioner of Lands and 

Works " Wm. Smiths 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Attorney -General Hon. A. E. B. Davic 

Provincial Secretary " John Robson 



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[1885. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Hon. JOHN A. MARA, Speaker. THORNTON FELL, Clerk. 



Cariboo District Georje Cowan 

Charles Wilson 

" Robert McLeese 

Lillooet District Hon. A. E. B. Davie 

" Kdward Allen 

Tale District J. A. Mara 

" C. A. Stmlin 

" George B. Martin 

New Westminster District Hon. John Robaon 

" " James Orr 

New Westminster Gity James Cunningham 

Kontenay District T. T. Galbraith 

Cassiar District John Grant 



Victoria City Robert Beaven 

" Theodore Davie 

" Hon. M. W. T. Drak e 

" Simeon Duck 

Victoria District G. A. HcTavish 

" R.P.John 

Esquimau District Hans Helgesen 

" C. E. Pooley 

Cmuichan District Hon. Wm. Smiths 

Nanaimo District Robert Dunsmuir 

" Win. Raybould 

Comox District Wm. M. Dingwall 



LANDS AND WOHKS DEPARTMENT. Hon. Wm. Smithe, 
Ohief Commissioner ; W. S. Gore. Surveyor-General; J. J. 
Auotin, 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 SECRETARY S DEPARTMENT. Hon. John Rob- 
son, Provincial Secretary and Minister of Mines; T. 
Elwyn. Deputy Provincial Secretary ; R. Wolfenden, 
Superintendent Printing Branch. 

TREASURY DE PARTIS NT. Hon. John Robson, Minister 
of Finance and Agriculture: J. Judson Young, Deputy 
Treasurer: J. McB. Smith, Auditor. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT CHARLOTTETOWX. 

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR Hon. T. Heath Haviland. Eustace H. Haviland, Private Secretary. Lt.-Col. James Peake 
and Lt.-Col. Robinson Hodgson, Provincial Aides-de-Camp. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

.Attorney-General Hon. _W. W. Sullivan | Member of Council Hon. A. J. Macdonald 

Minister of Public Works. 



Provincial Secretary < Treasurer, 
Member of Council 



Wm. Campbell 
Donald Ferguson 
Samuel Prowse 
Johu Lefurgey ! 

R. F. DeBlois, Clerk. 



Neil McLeod 
J. O. Arsenault 
Stewart Burns 



Co 
oo. 



f Charlottetown 
\ and Royalty 
1st District . . 



Thomas W. Dodd 



A. B. McKenzie 
John Balderston 

2nd District L. McMillan 

" .. .. J. Nicholson 

L. Kickliam 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. JOHN BALDERSTON, President. 

King s Co. 1st District J. W. Fraser, M.D. 

2nd District James Clow 

" Thomas Anriear 

Prince Co. 1st District Joseph Murphy 

" Benjamin Rogers 

2nd District Peter Maonutt 

" ... Hon. Stewart Burns 



King s Co. 1st District 

OFFICERS OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. John Ball. Clerk ; David Lawson,, Usher of Black Rod ; Benjamin 
; Balderston, Reporter; Alex. Chaisson, Messenger; Alex. MacBeth, Doorkeeper. 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. JOHN A. MCDONALD, Speaker. 



King s Co. . 



f Charlottetown \ Hon. Neil McLeod 
\ and Royalty j Patrick Blake 
1st District .... Peter Sinclair 

" ....Hon. Wm. Campbell 

2nd District Donald Mac; Kay 

.... Donald Farquharson 
3rd District .. ..Hon. Donald Ferguson 
" .. ..Henry Beer 

U,h District D. C. Martin 

....A. D. McMillan 
( Georgetown \ Daniel Gordon 
\ and Royalty J A. J. Macdonald 
1st District . . ..John McLean 

.. . James R. McLean 
2nd District Hon. Win. W. Sullivan 



King s Co.... 



Prince Co. . . 



2nd District . 

3rd District . 


Uth District . 
tt 

1st District . 


$nd District. 
u 

3rd District . 
(i 

Ittli District . 
5th District . 



..Win. Hooper 
, ..Peter McLaren, M.D. 

.. J. McDougall 
, ..Hon. Samuel Prowse 

..M. McFadyen 
. .. J. A. Matheson 
. ..S. F. Perry 
. . . John Yeo 

..James W. Richards 
, . . Hon. J. O. Arsenault 

..Hon. John A. Macdonald 
...A. E. C. Holland, 

..G. W. Bentley, 
. . . Hon. John Lefurgy 

..J. F. Gillis, M.D. 



Chief Clerk, Archibald McNeil ; Assistant do., F. W. Hughes ; Law Clerk, A. A. McLean ; Reporters, W. C. 
DesBrisay, W. L. Cotton ; Engrossing Clerk, H. V. DesRoche ; Sergeant-at-Arms, Donald Mckenzie ; Messengers, 
-John McLeod, W. G. Sabine ; Doorkeeper, Ninian Patterson ; Second do. , George Burge. 

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS.- Attorney -General, Hon. W. W. Sullivan ; Provincial Secretary-Treasurer 
and Commissioner of Crown and Public Lands, Hon. Donal 1 Ferguson ; Assistant Commissioner of Crown and 
Public Lands, R. A. Strong ; Assistant Provincial Secretary-Treasurer, Arthur Newbcry ; Commissioner of Public 
Works, Hon. Win. Campbell ; Secretary of Public Works, J. W. Morrison ; Draughtsmen, Thomas McKinley, 
Owen Curtis ; Clerks, Frank M Longworth. Joseph A. McDonald ; Registrar of Deeds, Benj. DesBrisay ; Assistant 

do., S S. Peterson; Clerks, Linus B. McMillan, Duncan Mclntyre ; Librarian Legislative Library, Rev. L. C. 

-Jenkins; Assistant do., Edward Roche; Provincial Auditor and Clerk Executive Council, R. F. DeBlois; 

Superintendent of Education, Donald Montgomery ; Clerk to do., Rev. Donald McNeil. 

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59 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT WINNIPEG. 
LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR Hon. James Cox Aikens Private Secretary, W. I. Kerby. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



Premier and Treasurer Hon. J. Norquay 

Attorney-Grneral " A. M. Sutherland 

Minister nf Public Works " G. P. Brown 



Provincial Secretary Hon.D. H. Wilson 

Minister of Agriculture " A. A. 0. La Rivieie 

Clerk C. A. Sndlier. KBQ 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 



Hon. ALEX. MURRAY, Speaker. 



Assiniboia Alex. Murray Sturgeon Creek 

Bait, St. Paul J. N. Fairbanks .... Marquette 

Burnside J. M. A. Whinney ..Buruside 

Cartier Joseph Le Comte ..Winnipeg 

Ihi/erin North R. H. Wilson. M D. .. Nelsonville 

Dii/erin South William Winram .... Nelson ville 

Emtrson C. S. Douglas Emerson 

Gladstone Hon. C. P. Brown . . Winnipeg 

High Bluff W. Crawford High Bluff 

Kildonan J. M. Macbeth Winnipeg 

La Verandrye L. A. Prudhornine . .Winnipeg 

Mountain Thomas Greenway . . Crystal Cily 

Morris J. Tennant West Lynne 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. Thomas Spence, Clerk ; J. A. N. Provencher, Clerk Assistant; John McDougall, 
Sergeaiit-at-Arms. 



Portaye la Prairie . . 

Rockwood 

Springfield 

Ste. Agathe 

St. Andvew s 

St. Boniface 

St, Clements 

St. Francois Xavier. 

Westbourne 

Winnipeg North . . . 
Winnipeg South .... 
Woodlands 



J. Martin 
S. J. Jackson 
J. H. Bell.. 



J. Cyr 

Hon. John Norquay 
A. A. C. La Riviere 

John Allan , 

E. W. Gegot 



E. G. Coadlin 
A. L. Kellam 
W. Wagner . , 



P tge la Prairie 
Stonewall 
Winnipeg 
St. Boniface 
Winnipeg 
St. Boniface 
.St. Andrew s 
.St. Fr. Xavier 

.Winnipeg 
.Winnipeg 
. Ossowo 



NORTH-WEST COUXCIL. Nominated Members Lient.- 
Col. Hugh Richardson, Lieut. -Col. James Farquhurson 
Macleod, C.M.G., Lieut.-Col. Acheson Gosforrt Irvine, 
Paschal Breland, Hayter Reid, Charles B. Rouleau. 
Elected Members Day Hart Macdowell, Electoral Dis 
trict of Lome ; James Oliver, Electoral District of 
Edmonton ; John Claude Campbell Hamilton, Electoral 
District of Broadview ; Thomas Wesley Jackson, Elec 
toral District of Qu Apnelle : William White, Electoral 
District of Regina ; James Hamilton Ross, Electoral 



NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 

SEAT OF GOVERNMENT REGINA. 

His Honour Edgar Dewdney 



District of Moose Jaw ; John G. Turriff, Electoral Dis 
trict of Moose Mountain ; James Davidson Gerldes, 
Electoral District of Calgary. Clerk of Council 
Arnedee E. Forget, Regina. Stipendiary Magistrates- - 
Lieut.-Col. Hugh Richardson, Regina ; Lieut. -Col. 
James Farquharson Macleod, Calgary ; Charles B. Rou 
leau, Battleford. Sheriff Major A. E. St. O. Chapleau. 
Registrars William J. Scott, Battleford ; Lieut.-Col. 
Alexander Sproat, Prince Albert; Major George A. 
Montgomery, Regiua ; Thomas A. McLean, Calgary. 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 



LETTER RATKS, 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. All postage must be prepaid 
by Postage Stamps. 

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 
oz., whether by Canadian or New York Steamers. If 
sent unpaid, double postage will be charged. 

Newfoundland. Postage on Letters, 5 cents per J oz. 
Newspapers (see " Transient Newspapers ") Post Cards, 
2 cents each. Prepayment necessary. 

Bermuda (via Halifax or New York). Letters 5 cents 
per i oz. Newspapers 2 cents each. Printed matter I 
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 
careful 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) 
in 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 for the United Kingdom 5 

On Parcels, Patterns or Samples, in Canada. ... 5 
j On Book Packets and Newspapers to United 
Kingdom 5 

Both the Postage charge and Re^stration feti must in 
all cases 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 not an absolute guarantee against the 
miscarriage or loss of a Letter ; but a Registered Letter 
can be traced where an Unregistered Letter can m>t, 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, 
or in frames containing glass ; any quantity of paper, 
vellum, or parchment [to the exclusion of letters or 
p-ijiers, &c. , sent as merchandise] ; 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. 



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[1885. 



Book Packets must be open at both ends or both sides, 
and must not.contain any letter or sealed inclosnre. 

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 oz. 

PARCEL POST. 

The charge on Parcels by the Parcel Post which is 
United to places within the Dominion, is 6 cents for 
every 4 oz.. or fraction thereof (with 5 csnts additional 
Registered). No letter must be inclosed ; if any dis 
covered, the amount paid will be forfeited, and the 
Parcel charged at unpaid Letter rates. No Parcel must 
exceed 5 Ibs. in weight, and must be prepaid by Stamps 
Parcels cannot be transmitted by Post to auy place 
beyond the limits of the Dominion of Canada, nor can 
any Parcel be forwarded to British Columbia or Mani 
toba (except to the Cities of Winnipeg and Victoria 
B.C., actually upon the line of the 0. P. R., to which 
the limit is 5 Ibs.) via the United States, which exceeds 
in weight the limit of 2 Ibs. 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 02. The limit of weight 
is 4 Ibs. The regulations of the British Post Office do 
not admit of the transmission by mail to the United 
Kingdom (or other countries beyond the sea) of miscel 
laneous matter as such ; but the greater part of tne 
matter referred to under that head may be forwarded to 
the United Kingdom by book post. 

On all pamphlets, occasional publications, printed 
circulars, prices current, hand-bills, exhibitor s entry 

ickets for Dominion or Provincial Exhibitions, book 
and newspaper manuscripts ; printers proof sheets 
whether corrected or not ; maps, prints, drawings en 
gravings, lithographs, photographs, when not on glass 
or in cases containing glass ; botanical and entomo 
logical specimens, when properly put up, so as to pre 
vent injury to the contents of the mails; sheet music 
whether printed or written ; documents wholly or partly 
printed or written, such as deeds, insurance policies (in 
cluding renewal receipts when attached to the policies) 
voters lists, militia and school returns, or other docu 
ments of like nature, the rate of postage is one cent for 
each four ounces ; provided that no letter or other com 
munication intended to serve the purpose of a letter be 
?ent or enclosed in any such package or thing men 
tioned, and that the same be sent in covers open at the 
ends or sides, or otherwise so put up as to admit of the 
contents being, if necessary, easily withdrawn for ex 
amination by the officers of the Post Office to ensure 
compliance with this provision ; if enclosed in sealed 
envelopes notched at the ends or sides, or with the cor- 

ers cut off, letter rate of postage will be charged ; and 
that the postage rate be prepaid by postage stamp or 
stamped post bands or wrappers, in all cases. Limit of 
weight, 4 Ibs. To all parts of Manitoba, the North- West 
Territories and British Columbia (except the City of 
Winnipeg, to which the 4-lb. limit applies), the limit 
of weight is 2 Ibs. 3 oz. 

No packet of miscellaneous matter can be transmitted 
by mail if it exceed 24 inches in length or 12 inches in 
width or depth. 

Legal and Commercial papers generally (including 
Bank Pass-books) are liable to letter rate of postage ex 
cept when sent as parcels by Parcel Post, and the ex 
ceptions above given to matter of that class are restricted 
to the documents specified, such as Deeds and Insur 
ance Policies. 

KEWSPAPERS 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 regulations as the 
Postmaster-General may from time to time make. 

On all newspapers and periodicals posted in Canada 
)ther 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 eent 
per four ox., 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 each. 

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 by 
Postage Stamp : 

If weighing less than 1 oz., half a cent each. 

If weighing over 1 02. , one cent per four oz. cr 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 jrom 
the Once 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 lb., must be stamped " Pre 
paid by Publisher," at the Post Office where the package 
is mailed. 

PATTERNS 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 rate 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. 

Packages of Samples and Patterns, addressed to any 
place in Canada, may be registered on affixing thereto a 
registration stamp of the value of 5 cents in addition to 
the postage rate, and provided such packet bfi handed 
into the Post Office for registration. 

Patterns or Samples must be sent in covers open at the 
ends so ns to be easy of examination. Samples, how 
ever, of seeds, drugs, &c., which cannot be sent in 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 on the outside of the 
packet, at the option of the sender. 



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POSTAL INFORMATION. 



61 



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 not 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 NEWSPAPERS FOR 
FOREIGN PLACES. 



COUNTRIES. 


Letters. 


News 
papers. 




P. J oz. 
10 cts. 


Each 2 oz. 
2 cts. 




7 " 


2 " 


Australia, 3. & W. (via Briadisi). 


15 " 
5 " 


1 " 




5 " 


1 " 




10 " 


2 " 


Buenos Ayres (via United States) 


10 " 
15 " 


2 " 
2 " 




10 " 


2 " 


Ohina (including Hong Kong) 
Cuba. 


10 " 

5 


2 " 
1 


Eyrot 


5 


1 




7 


2 




5 


1 




5 


1 




5 


1 


Holland 


5 


1 




10 


3 


Italy 


5 


1 " 




5 


1 " 




5 


1 " 




10 


2 " 




5 " 


2 " 


Monte Video (via United States). 
New South Wales 


10 " 

15 " 


2 " 

4 " 




15 " 


4 " 




5 


1 




15 


4 




5 


1 




5 


2 


St Pierre et Miquelon 


5 


1 




10 


2 




5 


1 




5 


1 




5 


1 




15 


2 " 


Victoria . . 


15 


4 " 



WEST INDIES VIA NEW YORK AND HALIFAX. 

Via. New York for Costa Rica, Curacoa, Letters 10 cents 
per \ oz., Nicuaragua, Panama, 5 cents ; via New York 
for Hiiyti 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 J oz. ; 
Newspapers, 1 cent per 2 oz. West Indies, except where 
otherwise stated, postage on Letters via New York, 
15 cents per oz. ; Newspapers, 3 cents per 2 oz. P ostage 
on Letters via Halifax, 10 cents per J 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 
address 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 the name of 
the County and Provinee 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 MONEY ORDERS. 

On Money Orders drawn by any Money Order 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 " 



10 
20 
40 
60 
80 



20. 
40. 
60. 
80. 
100. 



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 8100 each may be given as the remitter requires. 

Money Orders are issued in Canada on the following 
Foreign countries and British Possessions, at the rates 
of commission shown below : 

The United Kingdom ^ 
France and Algeria . . 
The German Empire. 

Italy 

Switzerland 

Belgium 

Austria-Hungary .... 

Roumania 

Norway 

Sweden 

Denmark 

Iceland 

The United States . , 

Jamaica 

Barbados , 

Newfoundland 

British India , 

Victoria (Australia) . . 
New South Wales . . . 

Tasmania 

New Zealand ) 

Money Orders on the above countries are drawn in 
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 else 
where. 

TABLE showing the amount in Canadian Money to be 
paid by remitters for Money Orders on the United King 
dom, India, Jamaica, Barbados, Australian Colonies 
and New Zealand, where payment will be made in Ster 
ling Monty. 



For sums not exceeding 
$10 $20 30 40 850 
lOc. 20c. 30c. 40c. 50c. 



(50 is the limit of a single order. 



s. d. 


$ c. 


s. d. 


$ c. 


010 


24 


16 


3 90 


020 


49 


17 


4 14 


030 


73 


18 


4 38 


040 


97 


19 


4 S3 


050 


1 22 


100 


4 87 


060 


1 46 


200 


9 74 


070 


1 71 


300 


14 61 


080 


1 95 


400 


19 48 


090 


2 19 


500 


24 35 


10 


2 44 


600 


29 -2 2 


11 


2 68 


700 


34 09 


12 


2 92 


800 


38 96 


13 


3 17 


900 


43 83 


14 


3 41 


10 


48 70 


15 


3 65 







And two cents for each penny to make up the sum 
required. The original Order issued in Canada, payable 
in any of the above countries, must be sent to the payee 
by the remitter. 



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1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



LIST OF POST OFFICES IN CANADA, 1884. 

T/ie Offices printed in Italics are authorized to grant and Pay Mone.y Orders. The Offices marked * are Savings BanJi 
Offices. The letters " W. 0." following the name of a Post Office, signify " Way Office." The capital letters on the 
right of the Electoral District column indicate, the several Provinces of the Dominion. 



POST OFFICE. 


LECT 1JAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Abbott s Corners ... 


lissisquoi Q 


Mrs. E. S. Tracey 
0. Crossfield 
Joseph i atry 
D. A. Sinclair 
Alfred Nield 
Mrs. A. Munro 
Jas. W. Crawford 
Donald Christie 
A. Armstrong 
S. Falconbridge 
John Millar 
J. A. Arseneault 
Robert Towse 
J. T. Taylor 

T. E. Atkins 
John McDonald 
J. Matthews 
A. Q. Dubois 
George Adams 

J. E. Henderson 
N. McDonald 
Ueoige T. Lewis 
Geo. S. Hoare 
.lames Rankin 
Miss J. Patterson 

J. J. Watson 
Nathan B. Morris 
3eorge H. Irish 
J. W. Keunedy 
J. S. Wilson 
John Croswell 
John McCartney 
Shackleton Hay 
Mrs. M. Macfie 
Richard Bradley- 
George Schoures 
B. H. Akerly 
las. Walsh 
U. Matthews 
Richard Jones 
W. C. Pipes 
Alex. McDougal 
Kd. Woodworth 
J. A. Kerr 
ThomaH Keefe 
Samuel J. Snell 
James H Peck 
J. Johnston 
S. Kirkpatrick 
John Chisholm 
A. W. Brown 
Julien Daigle 
A. Campbell 
Thos. Ahier 
Win. Woods 
A. D. Mclnnes 
D. A. Macdonald 

J. B Foster 
Johu B Lawlor 
Edmund Lullv 
W. L. McKenzie 
S. A. Steeves 
John E Moore 
B. Tucker, jun. 
M. J. Hamlin 
D Connolly 
C. F. Goodeve 
John Bryson 
William Allan 
Wm. Sharp 
James Mi-Nicol 
Thos. Duncan 
H bert Mabee 
John Strachan 


\lloa 


Pen! o 


J. A. Silverthorr* 
Jas J. McGuire 
J. H Walker 
John Fletcher 
A. H. Frazer 
James Mountain 
James Bowman 
J. H. Wy lie, jun. 
H. F. Bichmore 
Philip Straus 
Henry Zeigler 
A. H. Norris 
G. M. Scott 
T. Monkhouse- 
J. W. Brannaa 
Neil Mclunis 
J. Armstrong 
James Wilkie- 

Owen Roblin. 
Amos Purdy 
Ernest G. Park 
Isaac B. Stuart 
John Adams 
Robert Moore 
Alexander Grant 
A. M. Fisher 
G. H Davidson 
C. H. Hunt 
Edwin Clark 
J. Dufresne, sen. 
George Dufresue 
John Anderson 
Arch. Simpson 
James Anderson 
J. C. McClusky 

F. Meunier 
Onesime Boisvcrt 
L. Moncion 
Wm Smith 
Win. Speedie 
A. W. Corbitt 
Thomas Ward 

J. McLaughlin 
H. P. Hill 
Alex. Chisholm 
John McDonald 
0. E. Garnett 
H. F Hostel], r 
Chailes Boon 
Alex. Murph\ 
Mkhael Cleaiv 
W. T. Peters, j aa, 
Stephen de Witt 

Theo. McKerrall 
John G, Christie 
A. Kennedy 
,T. H. Copp 
T. C. Arthurs 
T G Eastland, jr. 
Henry O Neill 
Ansel) Robblus 
R. S. Weagant 
Alex. Bethune 
Mrs. C. Archibald 
Mrs. E. Bray 
Win. B Mills 
Alex. Munro 
: Wm. Blair 
Donald Mitchell 
John Smith 
James Frost 
Alex Guthrie 
A. J. Nickerson. 
John McNevin 


Allumette Island ... 
Alma 


ontiac 




)orchester Q 
.ambton, W. R... 


Wellington, C R.. 
Albert N B 








Alma 


Pictou N S 


Abercrombie 


Pktou N. S 
Grey S R 


Vlma 
Aimira 


rince P E I 
York, E R 


Aberdour 


Bruce, W R 
..ambtou, E R ... 
Velliugton, S R.. 
Ventworth.S R. 
Prince P E I 




>anark, N R 




siuicoe. E R 
Muskoka & P S d 
Gi-ny, S R 








Als-ft-ldt 


Abrams Village .... 
Abougoggin Road . . 


Althorpe 


Lanark, S R 
Cardwell 


Westmoreland.N B 
Wellington, E K. 
Keut N B 


Alton 


Altona 


Ontario, WR 
Lambton, E R.... 
Cape Breton ....N S 
Wellington, N R. U 
Huron, E R 
Bruce, ER 




Alvinston 


Acadia Mints 
Acadie Siding 
* Acton 


Colchester N S 
Kent , N B 


Amaguadus Pond ... 
Amaranth Station... 
Amberley 




*Acton Vdle 


Ba tr ot Q 


Ambleeide 






Ameliasburg 


Prince Edward... 
Cumberland... N S 
Essex, SR 
Cumberland. ...N S 
Middlesex.WR... 
Wetland 




Middlesex. N K... 


dmiif.rst 
*Amherstburgh 
Amherst Point 




Addington Forks ... 


Antigonishe ... N S 




Middlesex, WR. 
Selkirk M 






Aiiiqui 


Riiuooski Q 
Oxford, N R 
King s N B 




Renfrew, SR U 
Hants N S 


Amulree 
Anag&nce 




Adolphustown 
Advocate Harbour... 
Afton 




Antigauce Ridge .... 


King s N B 


Cumberland ... N S 
Autigonishe ... N S 
York, K K 
Jeauce Q 
Vluskoka & P S d. 
Muskoka&PS d. 
Middlesex, N R... 
Vlissisquoi Q 
Simcoe, S R 
Wcllaifd 


Brant, \ R . 


Ancienne Lorette ... 
Ancienne Lorette ... 
Anderson 


Quebec Q 


Agiucourt 
Agn?s . ... 


Quebec Q 


Perth. S R 


Ahmic Harbour 
Ahmic Lake 




Westmoreland.N B 
Huntingdon Q 
Victoria N B 


Anderson s Corners . 
Andover 




Aird 


A uge Gardien 


Mnntmorency ... Q 
Kouville Q 


Airlie 


A nee G. de Rouville 


Air Lino Junction.. 
Akerly . ... . 


Rouville Q 






Ottawa Q 




Assiniboia...N W T 
Prince P E I 




Simcoe. S R 




Annan 


Grey N R 


Albert. . 


Hastings, B R.... 
Albert . N B 


Annapolis 


Annapolis .... N S 
Queen s N B 
Algoma . 


Albert . . . 


Annidale 




Cape Breton ... N S 
Albert N B 


Albert Mines 


Auten Mills 


Simcoe, N R 
Antigonishe... N S 
Antigouiahe ... N S 
Autigonishe ... N S 
Muskoka <feP S d. 
Assiniboia Terrify. 
Argenteuil... . Q 


Alberton 


Brant N R. .. 




Alberton 


Prince P E 1 


Antig. Harbour 
Autig Harb.South S 




Cardwell . 


jilbury 


Prince Edward... 
Se kirk . . . . M 


Alcester 




Aldhnro 


Elgin. W R O 
Guysborough...N S 
Weiitworth. N R. 
Kent NB 


Antoinette 




Halifax . If S 


Aldershot 




Lanark, N R 
King s ... N B 


Aldouane 


A)^f>h.(iqui 




Inverness N S 
Gloucester N B 
Queen s P El 
Ciriboo B C 


Appin 


Middlesex, W R.. 
Halton 


Alexander s Point- 
Alexandra 


Appleby 


Appledore 


Bothwell 


Alexandria 

* Alexandria 


Apple Grove 


St infitfiftrt O 


Apple Hill .... Glpncrflrr-p f\ 


Alexandria 
Alexandrina 
Alfred 


Maiquette M 
Cailwton N B 
Prescott 


Apple River 


Cumberland ...N S 
Lanark, N R 






Peterborough ER 
Simcoe. N R 
Yarmouth N S 
Dundas 


Algoma Mills. . 


AlgoniH 


Apto 


Algonquin 


Qrenville, S R ... 
Westmoreland.N E 
Cariboo ... B C 


Alison 


Archer 


Alkali Lake 


Archibald. ..... 


Marquette M 


Allanburg 


Welland 


Archibald Sett 
Archville 


Restigouche ... N B 
Carleton C 


AUandale 


Simcoe, S R 
York ... N B 


Allandale 


Allan Park 


Grey, S R 


Ardoch 




Allan s Corners .... 
Allan s Mills 
Allenfnrd 


Chateauuuay . ... C 
Lanark. S R C 
Bruce N R . . 


Ardtrea 
Argyle 
Argyle 

Argyle .. . 


Simcoe, E R 
Victoria, NR 
Carleton N B 
Yarmouth N 


Allensville 


Muskoka & P S d. 
Simcoe, S R 
Prince .Edward... C 
Simcoe, S R 


Allen wood 




Allisonville 
"Alliston 




Yarmouth N S 
Queen s P E ] 


Argyle Shore .., 



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[1885. 



E08T OFFICE. ELECTORAL DlS i RIOT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELEC 1 ORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTERS . 


Argyle Sound 


Yarmouth N S 
Richmond .... N S 
Wellington, 8 R.. 
Laujbton, K R.... 
Bruce, N R 
Cardwell 


RichardMeNair 
Miss A. A. Ballam 
Geo. Watson 
Geo. M. Everest 
W. F. 3itb.es 
Wm. Barber 
John Heare 
Wm. Gillis 
Neil F. McPhee 
C. Roy 
Pierre Morin 
John Hiles 
John Armstroni 
John C. Bent 

Richard Eede 
Wm. G. Murray 
Ezra A. Bates 
E. C. Hopkins 
D. Murchison 
James Elliott 
Oalixte Leblanc 
Mrs. Janet Smal 
Geo. E. Baxter 
M. Bernard 
m. Thomson 
Robert Elliott 
Alfred Stacey 
Henry Gill 
rt ru. Dorland 
Thos. A. Fisher 

Wm. Felletor 
V. Chibho .m 
James Ashdown 
F. L Thornton 
Henry A. Bulyea 
George Follis 
Hugh S. Conn 
Wm. MoPherson 
George Shaw 
Lboe. Lakeman 

Alin Ouellet 
John M. Bell 
Ransom Rowe 
E. Lanigsn 
}. C. Wilson 
John Kidd 
Alex. Fraser 
D. F. Archibald 
lames Orowther 
Jacob Sundy 
Donald Gordon 
Wm. M. Poser 
J Lefpbvre 
D. E. Munro 
F. M. Harvey 
J. McKeune 
N. Me Fad} en 

I. R. Ault 
D. W. Doan 
K. Broadfoot 
Win. L. Coulter 
A. B. Avery 
Octave Martin 
John McOallum 
Lyman Whaley 

J. E. McCready 
K. McDonald 
A. F. Robertson 
K. N. Shaver 


*Ayton 


Grey, S R 


E. Wldmeyer 
James Babington 

Thos. W. Crowell 
Joseph MeGeo 
Ernest Boyle 
James Fraser 
R. Elmsly 
C. McDonald 
Ellen Anderson 
Donald Mclniiis 
Mrs. Ruth Bade 
Edward H. Boyoa 
H. McQuarrle 

E. Levecque 
Ambrose Liilodeau 
Gon/.ague Savard 
Lewis Fairbanks 
Adam C. Wells 
Aubrey Copp 
j D. D. Macdonald 
John D. Perrin 
F. X. Bilodeau 
Jas. S. Robinson 
Duncan McCuaig 
j Henry Baird 
Joseph Baker 
Thomas Burgess 
J. W. Johnston 
John W. Cowie 

Albert York 
W. K. Baldwin 
J. A. Moar 
G.A. McLaughlin 
A. R. Dickson 
Robert Hill 
John Hysvp 
John W. McKee 
ChaB. J. Graham 
R. G. McClelland 
J. C. Williamson 
J. H. Shoebottom 
J. Fletcher 
P. Finch 
ThOf. Savoy 
J. H. Wells 
Ira Palmer 
J. Cunningham 
T. McCntcbeon 
Ferdiu d Walter 
J. C. George 
Tilden Banner 
L. Melville 
Wm. Johnston 
L. MacDougall 
Sarn l McEwen 
H.Gallaug 
Thomas Tapp 
Michael Maneely 
H B. Seeley 
Charles Bard 
James Stone 
Thos. Cubertson 
^an>U j l McCord 
Mrs. McDonald 
Robert Simpson 
Thos. Davidson 
Geo. Campbi-11 
C. N. Remick 
John Evoy 
James Corkey 
Andrew Barrett 
William Glover 
Jamns Edwards 
John Ryan 
Peter Archdekin 
Vliss J M Lyttle 
R II Crowell 
A. Tref -ey 
Benj. Boudrot 
William Martin 
Miss Ella Seaman 
Donald McPhee 
Robert Burss 
John Doyle 


Babington 


Queen s . N B 


Arkell 


Baby s Point 


Bothwell .. 




B.iccaro 


Shelburne N S 
Charlotte N B 
Autigonishe ...N S 
Pictou ......N S 




Back Bay 




Brtck Lauds . . 


Armadale 


Vork, E R 
Antigonishe... N S 
Kings PEI 


Back Meadows . . . . 
Biiddeck 


Victoria ....... N S 




Baddeck Bay 


Victoria N S 




Bellechasse Q 


Bttddeck Bridge 
Baddeck Riv. N. Br. 
Baddow 


Victoria . N S 




Temiscouata Q 
Krnca. W R 


Victoria N S 




Victoria, N R 
Waterloo, SR ....0 
Grey, KR 


Arrnstron" ... ... Kincr s NB 


Ba lsn .... 


Armstrong s Broolc . 
Armstrong s Corner 
Armstrong s Mills... 


Restigouche... N B 
Queen s N B 


Badjeros 


Bagot 


Renfrew, S R 
Chicoutimi Q 


Wellington, S R. 
Provencher .... M 
Essex 


Bagotville 


Baie de la Trinite... 
Baie des Rochers ... 
Baie St. Paul 
Baie Verte 


Saugenay Q 




Charlevoix Q 




Grey, N R 
Renfrew. S R .... 
Victoria N H 


Lisga M 




Westmoreland.N B 
Westmoreland. M B 
Pictou N S 


Aroostook Junction 
Aroostook Portage . 


Baie Verte Road 
Bailey s Brook . .. 
Baillieboro 


Victoria N B 
Marquette . M 
Arthabaska C, 
Wellington, N R. 
Victoria N B 


Peterboro W R...O 
Levis Q 


Arthabaskaville .... 
* Irthur 


liaillargeon 
Baillia 


Charlotte N B 




B.tinsville 


Glengarry ... 




Bi-llechasse Q 


Bairdsville 


Victoria N" B 




Argc-nteuil . . . .Q W 
Middlesex, K R... 
Sherbrooke . . . . C 
Marquecte M 


Baker Settlement .. 
Bala 
Balc.irres 


Lonenburg N S 
Simcoe, K R 
Assiniboia Ter 
Lanark, S R 








Balderson . .. 


Ash 


Haltou 


Baldoon 


Kent 


Ashburn 


v utario, S R. . . . 
Yale B C 


Baldwin 
Baldwin s Mills 
Baldwin s Road. . .. 
Balfour 


Yorfc.N R 
Staustead Q 


Ashcroft ... . , 


ishdad .... 


Berifrew, S R 
Aatigonishe... N S 
Mukoka & P S d.O 
Halton 


King s P E I 




Prince Edward ...0 
Assfaiboia Ter 
Ontario, WR 




lialgonie 




Ballautrae 




Carleton N B 


B;;llaiit ?ne s Stat n. 
Ballifjafad 


Frontenac 




Grev. N R 


Wellington, 8 R...O 
Carleton 




Carleton 


Ballinvilla .... 




Inverness N S 


Ballycroy 


Cardwell O 




Middlesex. S R... o 
Mu s koka & P S d 
Lis. ar M 


Ballyduff 


Durham, E R 
Middlesex, E R.. 




Ball \uiote . 






Aston Station 


Nicolet Q 


Balmoral 


Haldimand 
Kestigouche ...N B 
Lisgar M 
Ontario, W R 
Victoria, N R 


Atha . .... 


Ontario, S R 
Huntingdon . . . . Q 
Ontario, N R O 
Norfolk, N R 
Caldwell 


Balmoral 




Balmoral 
Balsam .... 


Atherley 
Atherton ... . . 


Balsam Lake 




Baltimore 


Northumb., W R.O 
Waterloo, N R....O 
Hastings, N R....O 
Simcoe, S R 


A thole ... 


Glengarry U 


Biinberg . . 


AthnU 


Cumberland ... N S 
Went. worth, S R. 
VIonck 


Haricrojl . 
Barida 


Vttercliffr> . 


Attercliffe Station... 


Bandon 


Huron. S R 


Perth. N R 
Beauce Q 


Hanks 


Grev, E R 


Aubert Gallion .... 
Aubrey ... . . 


Banks of Br d Cove. 
Banuockburn 


Inverness N S 
Ha.-tiugB, N R....O 
Westmoreland N B 
Gaspe Q 


Chateauauay. . . . Q 
Huron, S R 
OuMvio, W R... O 
Lambton, E R ... 
Prince PEI 


Auburn . , 


Burachois 


Audl-v 


Barachois deMalbaie 
Barb 




Pivscott 


Augustine Cove. . . . 


Bardolph 




Guysborough... N S 
Stormont 


Burdsville 


Simcoe, E R o 




Harkerville 


Cariboo B C 




York, N R 


B-.rk Lako 


Renfrew, S R 
Ontario, N R 
Northumberl d.N B 
King s N B 
Wellington,C K...O 
Pictou N S 




Marquette M 
Simcoe. X R . . . . 
York ... N B 


Barkwtty 




Barnaby River 
Barnej-ville 
Bnrnett 


Avery s Portage. . . , 


Bonaventure. ... Q 


Avoca 


Barney s River 
Baruston 


A von ... 


Middlesex, E R... 
Perth, S R 
Carleton NB 
Pictou. ... N P 


Stanstead Q 


A von bank 


Bar River 




Barrett 


Muskoka&P Sd...O 
Albert N B 




Barrettsholine 
Birrett s Cross 
*Barrit 




Pictou N .- 


Prince ....P E I 




Stormont O 


Simcoe, N R 


Avonport . 


King s N S 
King s. ... N S 


Ohiis H Reid 
I B. Newcomb 
Peter Knight 
lohn M. Kellar 
J. McHherson 
L Ioraer Q. Ayr 
I. V. Farusworth 
1. R Wo >d 
Wm. Campbell 
. N. Rad 
John W.) lie 


Karrinfield 


Frontenac 


Avonport Station ... 






B ittiwell . 


Barriugton 


Huntingdon Q 


4 vonton 


Perth, S R u 


B-irriniftm 


Shelburne N 8 


Axe Lake 


Muskoka & P S d.O 
Stanstoad Q 
Kind s.... N^ 


Harrington Passage. 
Barrio s Beach 
Barry s Bay 


Sholburue NS 
\ntigouishe ...N S 
Renfrew. N R 


Ayer s Flat 
Ayl/sford . , . 


*A<ilme.r(Eist) 
*Aylmp.T ( \V?.sC) .... 


Ottawa Q 


Barronsfteld . 


Cumberland ...N S 
Hunts N S 


Elgin, K R o 
Ottawa Q 


B:ir Settlement .... 
Barss Corners 
Bartibog 


junenburg N S 
NorthutnberrdN B 




Waterloo. S R. ... 



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POST OFFICES 



CANADA. 



65 



POST OFFICE. 


LECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


Bartibog Bridge.... 

RirtlMtt \fills 


Northumberl dM B 
Charlotte NB 
Wentworth, S B.O 
Dt of Nipissinf!...0 
Richmond N S 
Ottawa Q 


Dennis Haven 
Jesse Bartlett 
W. J. Gage 
A. Barnett 
James Walker 
W. C. Kendall 
0. Jas. Heaslip 
Mrs. A. T. Dickev 
II. McKendrick 
Wm. McKenzie 
Mark Bates 
H. Armstrong 
Thoa. Boban 
Helen I. Waitt 
Jos L. Melangoi 
D.Lacourciere 
Miss A. Fugero 
Rev. J. Moulin 
Win. Bouchiere 
Peter A. Grant 
W. J. Anglin 
John McDonald 
H. Richardson 
John S. Baxter 

James Graham 
James Gairdner 
Frank Harper 
E. W. Randall 
J. Cr. Pauling 
la per *V. Lent 
John Curry 
A. K. McDonald 
Wm. H. Brown 
Mrs. M. J Currit 
Charles Carr 
Wins E. Martin 
R. McConnell 
George Surtees 
John McKonzie 
Wm. H. Case 
Chas. Wright 
John Duncan 
J. L. Wentztl 
K. A. Neiles 
J. S. Bennett 
Alfred Hill 
isainh Parent 
John M. Shand 
V. T. Hard wick 
D. Costello 
D. Beaton 
Richard Lance 
Vital Bilodeau 
C. McArthur 
Samuel L. Dow 
George Mason 
Prudent Blais 
George Contour 
Isidore Giroux 

Edward Prowne 
Napaleou Brochn 

M. Besner 
Robert Brassard 
A. Fleming 
P. W. Brewster 
Walter Marshall 
Stephen McNeill 
S. Thompson 
Leonard Best 
Geo. Wilson 
R. N. Beveridge 
Mrs.L.J. Rayrnon 
James Cameron 
Miss M. E. Rivarcl 
Joseph Leclerc 
Henry Roebuck 
Wm. E. Doplace 
G. Beckntead 
Major Wright 
Edward Coslett 
Miss A. Cameron 
Benjamin Tett 
J. L. House 
David Bay ley 


Beech Hill 
Beech Lane 


King s NS 
Norfolk, SR 
Argenteuil Q 
Huron, S R 
Simcoe, 8 R 
Muskoka&PSd. 
Huron, W R.... 
Quaen a P El 
York, E R 
Cardwell 


Ed. M. Jordan 
Albert Cameron 
A. Bell 
J. T. Wright 
D. A. Jones 
John K. Blain 
James Mullen 
Martin Martin 

Noah Herring 
Mrs. S. Morley 
Neil Morton 
J. Chalmerc, fun. 
John Curry 
8. C. Webster 
Charles Cook 
A. de Villiers 
R. L. Dodge 
Wm. Kierstead 
John F. Downey 
Miss McLood 
Robert Jeffery 
K. Dumouchelle 
C. Robertson 
G. La Valle 
C. T. Bell 
J. H. Meacham 
James Martin 
Urb. Belliveaux 
Lewis Richard 
Thos. L. Davis 
George Palmer 
Mrs. M. Coffey 
George Arnold 
K H. Parsons 
W. H. Odell 
Thomas Lindsay 
Peter TerriiT 
J. B. L>-blanc 
J. R. Brillou 

J. L. Bolyea 
John McNeil 
Wm. F >rfar 
Jon. Miller 
T. B. Carswell 
Robert Heron 
A. D. Galloway 
Almou J Teed 
J. vl. Hunter 
Joseph Aube 
Mrs.C. Hetitclero 
George Fleming; 
Wm. Jam-ay 
John Young 
C. B. Keith 
Kdward Berry 
James Berry 
P. C. Dupuis 
P. S. Joncas 
Miss Z. S. Kitson 
Nichol Mclntyre 
MiiHfs N Lobin 
Kdward C. Foster 
C. W. K-My 
W. Bartlett 
Frederick Pretty 
G. tl. Kowswell 
A. Dud^eun 
John Sidey 
Wm. Q. Peel 
J. R Colclough 
Honore Girnrd 
Donald Smith 
J.s. Haller 
John A. Fraser 
Malcolm McLeod 
J. H Humphrey 
F. Theker 
Philip Fraser 
Malcolm McLeod 
John Cameron 
W. J. Burrows 
George Jewell 
D. McDonald 
D. McDonald 
Joseph Cheff 




Beech Ridge 






Basin Rivf rlnhab..-; 
Basin du Lievre 






Went worth, S R.O 
Colchester N S 
Kent N B 


Belfast 




Belfast 




Belford 

Belfountain 


Basswood Ridge 
Bateston 

*B*zth 


Charlotte NB 
Cape Breton ...N S 




Huron, E R 
York, N R 


Belhaven 


B a tlj 


Carleton N H 


Belledune 


Gloucester ... N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Simcoe, SR 
Queen s P E ] 
Victoria X B 
Annapolis N S 
King s N B 




Gloucester N B 
Gloucester N B 


Belledune River 
Bell Ewart 


B ltkurst Tillage 


Belle Creek 


Batiscan Bridge 


Champlain Q 


Bellefleur, ......... 


Saskatchewan .... 
Simcoe, N R 
Pietou ... N & 


llclleisle 




Bt-lleisle 


B&tt&ry Hill 


Belleisle Bay 


King s NB 
King s N B 






Belleisle Creek 


Baltic s Corners 

B^ttleford 




Queen s N B 


Saskatchewan Ter. 
King s N S 


Bflle, Rimr 


Essex, N R 


Baxter s Harbour... 


Belle Riviere 


Two Mountains . Q 
St John s Q 


Northumberl dNB 
Northurnberl d N B 
Huron S R 


Bslle Vallee 


Bay du Vin Mills ... 

* Bay Held 


Belleview 


Selkirk ....M 


Belleville, 


Hastings, W R... 
Carleton N B 
Digby N S 




Westmoreland N B 
Antigonishe ...N S 
Elgin, E R 
Hastings, W R... 
Charlotte N B 


Belleville 


Bayfield 


Belliveaux Cove 
Belliveaux Village.. 
Bellevue 


Bayham 


Westmoreland N B 
Victories R 
Pontiac Q 




Bell Mount 


Ray St. Lawrence ... 


Victoria N S 
Ontario, NR.... o 
King s N B 


Bellrock 


Addington O 
Carleton 


Bell s Corners 






Wolfe Q 




St. John N B 
Queen s P E 1 
Grey, E R 
Kenfrew, N R.... 
King s P El 




Middlesex. S R... O 
Colchebter . . . .N S 
Huron, E R 
Vercheres Q 




Bdmout 


Bayview 




Beloeil Station 
Beloeil Village 




Vercheres Q 




Oxford, S R. . .0 


Middlesex, E R.. 
Queen s N B 
Caoe Breton ...N S 
York. K R 






Belyea s Cove 


Bi aconsfield 
Br-ach Meadows 
* 3coiciivil.lt 


Victoria X B 
Queen s X S 
Oxford, 8 R 
Lincoln 




Bendale 




Huron, W R 
Lanark. N.K. 
Oxford, N R 
Peterboro , W R.. 
Carleton N B 
Selkirk M 




Bennies Corners . ... 




Kussell 




York . N B 






Shelburne N S 
Digbv N S 
King s P E I 


Benton 


Bear R (W.side) ... 
Bar River 




Gloucester . ... N B 


Beaton s Mills 


Queen s . .. P E I 




Muskoka&P Sd. 
Beauce Q 




Grey, N R 


Beauce Junction ... 


* Berlin 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Muskoka&P Sd. 
Westmoreiand, N B 
Albert N B 


Beauharnois ... Q 
Carletou N B 


Berriedale 
Berry Mill Station . 


Beaufort 




Montcalm Q 




Montmorency Q 
Bellechasse Q 
Quebec Q 


Berrvton 


r,pds. a R... 








Berthier (en has) .... 
* Bert/tier (en haul).. 


Moutmagny Q 
Berthier Q 


Beaupre . 


Montmorency . . Q 
Simcoe. E R 
Lotbiniere Q 
Lisgar M 


Be.iumaris 


Bruce W K 




Berwick 






fierwic c 


King s N S 




Vaiirtrpil . . O 




Durham. E R.... 
Shefford Q 
Ontario, W R....O 
Selkirk VI 


Beaver Prescott O 


Bethel 
[Jethesda 


B":iver Bank 


Halifax N S 




Albert N B 




Beaver Brook 
Be-iver Cove 


Cok-hester N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Marquette . . . . M 
Charlotte N B 


Bevtiridge s Bay. . . . 


Lanark, S R 


Northumb.. W R 
Victoria. NR 
Kimouski Q 


Beaver Creek 




Beaver Harbour 


Bic 


Bionville 


Levis . Q 


Beaver River 


Digby N S 


Big Bank 


Victoria N S 


Beaver River Corner 
*n/>averton 


Digby N 3 


Big Bar Creek 
Bin Bras d Or 


Carib(X) B C 


Ontario, N R 
Nicolet Q 


Victoria ... N S 


* B cancnuT 


Big Brook 


Inverness N S 
Queen s . N B 


Bccancour Station. . 
Etcher 


Me<"iintic Q 




Bothwell 


Big Fork 


Keewatin * 


Becketville 


Kciti Douche... N B 
Dundaa 




Victorit N S 


Big Intervale (Mar.) 


Victoria . N S 




Prince P K I 


Pictou N 8 


Bedford 


Missisquoi Q 
Halifax .. N S 


Big Lake 


Algoma O 
Cape Breton... N S 
King s P E I 


Bedford Basin 




Bedford Mills 

Beeb-- Plain 


Frontenac 




Stanstead O 




Antigonishe. . N S| 
Kent. . . . 


Beech Hill (Albert NB 


Big Point 







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[1885. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER, 


Big Pond 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Sbelburne ... N 8 
Cape Breton.... N S 
Hastings. N.R....O 
Antkonishe... N S 
Russell 
King s N S 


Michael McNeil 
George Harding 
Angus MeDonal 
Jesee Neil 
William Gerroir 
William Smith 
W. Stub. Sweet 
James Gawley 
Nicholas Miller 
W. Vansbrougli 
G. L. Smellie 
Thos. Knowles 
E. A. Sawyer 
J. P. burton 
Rufus Browne 
Robert Bird 
James Bryce 
Mrs. Birmiughai) 
John Thomas 
George Bowly 
Albert B. Wood 
G. tVrguson 
Jobn McFadden 
John Sundy 
X. W. Bernier 
R. M. Pa teison 
H. Heitman 
Andrew Loggie 
H. Livingstone 
John Counhlin 
Robert Fair 
Isaac H. Allen 

Alex. Blain 
Wm. Cook 
David McNair 
James Hubley 
George A. Shand 
R. McNaughton 
Andrew Moore 
D. Chisholm 
Alva Grimmon 

James Williger 
Miss M. Murph\ 
W. H. Grindley 
J. Renshaw 
Jos. Parrant 
Win. Blair 
T. C. Caskey 
John Leslie 

Peter McDougal 
Donald Ross 
Samuel Carnpbel 
Joseph Paquet 
D. Bergeron 
vliss E. Seaboyer 
Austin Ballard 
Jas C. Pattersoi 
Josiah Davis 
J. K. Morris 
Peter Murray 
.James Fowler 
Hezekiah Hoyt 
James Jodrey 
E. J. Loomer 
A. B, Saylor 
VI. Gallant 
Miss R. J. Dunn 
John Leavitt 
Alex. McDonald 
T. W. Keirstead 
V. Kirehner 
Alex. Rattray 
Maxon Jones 
Jacob Clouge 
J. E. Hemeon 
R. McDongall 
Malcolm Blue 
i dward Knickle 
James Timmins 
David Peters 
D B. McKinnon 
Wm H. Mellow 
John Miller 
Irvine Junkln 




Charlotte N B 
Hastings, E R ... 
Grey, N R 
North mb rl d. N B 
Ottawa Q 


Eli Hanson 
Francis Murphy 
C. H. Heming 

P. Boileau 
Kenneth McLeod 
Mrs. Mclntyre 

John Kerry 
Adam Staback 
Jos. H. Holland 
J. T. Channell 
F. A. Hammond 
E W. Day 
Fred. Forest 
Thadee Gagnon 
J. M. Carter 
Job D. Bongard 
Edward Moor 
W. H. Whiteley 

P. N. Mclntosh 
Alex. McEachern 
Robt. Wilson 
V. Lemay 
Wm. Picard 
Mrs. T. Walsh 

Wm Hack well 
Joseph Beatty 
Oliver C. Rouse 
Neil Clark 
James Walker 
C. McBrayiie 
Win. Rcgen 
David McVean 
M. Hallihan 
L. Normandin 
John Grace 
Henry W. Ford 
Alex. Boudreau 
Jos. Bougie 
Frederic Wood 
Qua. Hamilton 
A. Munro 
M. McKeuzie 
Alex. Matheson 
John Patterson 
W. D. Parkhurst 
R. B. C. Weldon 
Elijah Cosman 
J. J. Bourgeois 
Patrick Russell 
J. Gamble 
Miss B. Edgar 
J. B. Fairbairn 
P. G Mclntyre 
John McCaffrey 
J R. Atwater 
Wm. Galbraith 
John Crosbie 
Robert P. Perry 
John Davidson 
S. McCallum 

Frank Turner 
H. S. Broughton 
Alex. McDonald 
Wm Bradshaw 
A. Campbell 
Jas. N. Guess 
Andrew Mackay 
John Gillis 

John Gordon 
M. M. Elliott 
Kdward Vinot 
Michael Laing 
J. C. Kavanagh 
Jamas Baker 
Jas. Wintermuta- 
A. D. Clement 

J. R. Campbell 
John McMillan 
John Bernxrd 
John O ConneU 


Big Port Ie Bear 




Bugnor 
Boiestown 


Big Springs. 
Big Tracadie 


lioileau ... . 


Billings Bridge 
Bill Town 


Bf isdale Barachois. . 
Boifdale Chapel 
Bolduc 


Cape Breton .,N S 
Cape Bret on.. ..N S 
Boauce . Q 


Binbrook 


Wentworth, S R.. 
Monck 


Biugham Road 




Lanark, S R 
Victoria, N R . ... 




Wellington, S R. 






Bolton Centre 


Birch Ridge Vtmnrf* N R 




Birchton 


Co in p ton Q 


Bolton Glen 




Bird s Hill 


Lisgar M 


Bomauton NorthninTi W Tf n 




Shelturne N S 


B naventure River. 


Bonaventure Q 


Birdton 


York N B 


Birdsalls 


Peterboro ,, E R . 


*Bf>iidkead 


York N R 




Bongard s Corners?.. 


Prince Edward... 
Renfrew, S R .. 




Umbton, E R ... 
Middlesex, K R... 


Birr 
Birtle 


Bonne Espe ranee. . . 
Bonshaw 


Queen s P E I 
Norfolk, NR 
Inverness N S 
Pontiac ... Q 


Bishop s Mills 
Bishop s Crossing ... 


Grenville. N R ... 
Wolfe Q 


Bcokton 




Mouck 


Booth 




Renfrew, N B, . . 
Beauce Q 
Simcoe. S R 
North mb rl d. N S 
Cape Breton.... N S 
Russell 
Bonn venture.. . . Q 
Welland 


Bord i Plouffe 
Bordeaux 


Laval Q 


Bissou 
Black Bank 


Hochelaga Q 




Perth N R 


Blnck Brook 




Middlesex, N R... 
Shefford Q 


Black Brook 




Blackburn 
Black Cape .... 




Victoria, N R . . 
Norfolk, N R 
Peel 




Black Creek 


Boston Mills 


Black s Corners 
Black Heath 


Wellington, N R 
Wentworth, S R. 
Restigouche ... N B 
Restigouche ... N B 
Halifax N S 




Wellington, C R. 
Elgin, W R 






* Bothwell 


Bothwell 


Black Point 


Bothwell 


King s P E I 


Black Point 


Botsford Portage . ... 


Westmoreland N B 
Chambly Q 


Black Point 


Queen s . ..N S 
North mb rl d. N B 
St. John NB 
Antigonishe... N S 
Prince Kdward.. 
North mb rl d. N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Gloucester . ... N B 
North mb rl d. N B 
Waterloo. S R. ... 
Restigouche ...N B 
Victoria, N R.... 
Peterboro , ER... 
Huron. S R 
Marquette .... M 
Lanark, N R <> 
Pictou N S 




Ottawa . Q 


Blai k River 


Bouck s Hill 


Dundas . 




Boudreau Village ... 
Bougie 


Westmoreland N B 
Jacques-Cartier . Q 


Black River Bridge. 
Black River Bridge . 








Black Rock 




Victoria N S 
Cape Breton ...N 8 
Victoria N S 




Boulardarie B. Lands 
Boulardaiie Centre. 
Boulardaiie East ... 


Blair 


Blair Athol 


Victoria N S 


Blairhampton 


Hastings, N R ... 
Westmoreland N B 
Carleton N B 
Kent N B 




Blake 


Boundary, Presqu ile 


Blake .... 




Bourg Louis 


Portneuf Q 


Blinchard Road 




Russell 


Ottawa Q 


Bowling Green 


Wellington, N R 
Durham, W R ... 
Middlesex, N R... 
York, E R 
Guysboro N S 
Halton 






Blandford 


Arthabaska Q 
Luncnburg ... N S 
Oxford N R 




Blaudford 


Box Grove 


Blandford Station... 


Grey E R 






York N B 




Stan stead Q 


Blenheim 
Blind River 


Kent 




Ontario. N R . . . 
Muskoka&PS d. 
Queen s P E I 




Blissfield 


North mb rl d. N B 
Sunbury N B 


Bracklej Point 
Brack ley Point R d. 


Blisaville 


Queen s P E I 






York, W R 




King s . N 8 


* Bradford 
Bradley . . .... 


York. N R 
Bruce, E R 




Prince Edward... 
Prince. P E I 


Bloomfield 




Bothwell 


Bloomfield 


Oarleton N B 
King s N B 


Brae 


Prince P E T 


Bloomfitld 


Brae Lake 


Muskoka A P 8 d. 
Oxford, N R 
Renfrew, S R . ... 
Prince P E I 


Bloomfield Ridge.... 
Bloomfield Station . 


York N B 




Kines N B 


Braeeide 


Waterloo, N R ... 
QueeuH P E I 
Ontario, W R.... 
Norfolk, N R . ... 
Queen s N S 
Pictou N S 


Brae Station 






Simcoe, S R 




Brampton 
Branch La Have . ... 


Peel 
Lunenburg. . . N S 
Waterloo, S R. ... 
Selkirk M 










Blue s Mill 


Inverness N S 
Lunenburit ... N S 
Huron, K R 
Provencher . . . . M 
Huron, K R 
Marquette . , . M 
Essex S R . 


Brandon Hills .... 


Selkirk M 


Blue Rock 


Norfolk, N R 






Brant, S R O 


Bluiuenort 


Brazil Lake 


Yarmouth N S 
Glengarry 


Blylhe 




Blythfield 




Restigouche... N B 
Ontario, N R 
Siracoo, NB O 






*Bobcatato* . . 


Vie torn. SB 





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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



67 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OfFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


- . 


Waterloo, X R ... 


Joseph Beith 

William Fulton 
Thomas O Reilly 

Millidge Steeves 
W. C. McGillis 
Marcus S. Dean 
H. Schewermann 
Daniel Graham 
E. Dodge, jun. 
John A. Cameroi 
Edwin James 
Joseph Whitfor 
John Armstrong 
Hugh McLean 
John O Connor 
Wm B. Wilson 
T. C Lock wood 
William Locheac 
R Chisholm 
Daniel Hoffman 
George Brown 
Charles Lock 
Joshua Ashley 
J. H. Hay ward 
Thomas Craig 
J. A. Greenius 
Mrs. H. Guilben 
Joseph Freeman 
Geo. Hamilton 
Thos. Patterson 
Alex. McLellan 
Mrs. Ed. Teal 
Donald McLeod 
Melvin Adams 
J. Clementson 
Robert Worm 
W. Fitzsimmons 
C. Seehaver 
John A. Smith 
Horace H. Smith 
Heury Addison 
M. McDonnell 
Fred. Muliett 
G. K. McCranay 
R. Rowe 
B. >!e \eraeher 
J. Mitchell 


Buckland Bellechasse Q 


T. Roullean 
M . McLeod 
Mrs S. Buckley 
B H. Foley 
Timothy Germon 
W. J. Morden 
A. Sanborn 
F. E. McNally 
D. Mclnnis 

Henry Cox 
E. W. Burgess 
J A. Darling 
John Maxwell 
David F. Burk 
Alex. Brown 
John Hol-nes 
J. T. Bastedo 
Joseph Davison 

Alex. Donald 
James Currie 
Wm. Lawler 
W. B. Freeborn 
Thomas Oliver 
John Wood 
Angus McLeod 
Donald McRae 
John Hami ton 
Robert Faulkner 
Simon Moore 
John Fannin 
Thos. A. Kidd 
David Burtch 
James McGill 
M. E. A. Burpee 
John Fell 
James Newcomb 
Gordon Bush 
W. Murchie 
James Dann 
C. Israel Keith 
T. Thomson 
D. C. Echlin 

Pierre Potvin 
Wm. Byrne 
W. McCullough 
Robert Sadler 
John Mclntyre 
James Campbell 
J. B. Beaulieu 
T. W. Robertson 
A. Smith 
Henry Joblin 
Mrs. C. Murdoch 
Alex. Duncan 
W.Tennant. jun, 
Thos. Westcott 
James Cairns 
A Spears, jun. 
R-ibert Mclntyre 
Thomas Hall 


Brewer s Mills 


Bucklaw Vifttorirt X S 


Middlesex, N R. 
Northumb., E R. 
Marquette M 
Albert N B 


Buckley s 


Kine s . .. N S 




fiuctouche Kent NB 




Bulger 


Renfrew. N R ... O 
Wentworth, N R. 
Oomnton . ... 




Bullock s Corners ... 
Bulwer 








Peterboro , W R.. 
Waterloo. N R ... 
Gape Breton... N S 
Annapolis . ... N 8 
Pictou . ... N S 


Bumfrxu Carleton N B 




Bunessan 
Bunyan 


Grey, SR 
Lambton, W R... O 
Brant, S R 






Burford 




Burgessville 


Oxford. S R 
Bruce, N R 




Hastings, N R ... 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Larobton . ...... 






iiur^oyne Bay 
Burk s Falls ....... 


Vancouver B C 
Mu&koka&PS d. 
Peterboro , E R... 
; Peterboro , E R... 
Halton . ... 






Queen s N B 


Burleigh 






Burleigh Falls 


* Jlrirtht 


Oxford, N R 
\orthumb. .E R.. 
Lanark, N R U 
Antigonishe... N 8 
Hastings. N R ... 
Middlesex, N R... 


^Burlington 




Burlington Prince P E I 




Burlington ... .. Kiner s N S 


Briley s Brook 


Burnbrae . 


Northumb., E R. 
Peel 
Northumb., WR 
Perth, N R 
Marquette M 


Barnhamthorpe 
Burnley 




Brinston s Corners.. 


Burns 


Wellington, S R.. 
Carleton NB 


Burnide 


Sristol 




Two Mountains. Q 
Pictou N S 


Bristol .... 


rBurnsidfl 


Britannia 

Britannia Mills 


Peel 
Bagot Q 




Renfrew, S R . ... 
Northumberl d N B 
Hants N S 


Burnt Church 
Hurntcoat 


Perth N R 




Vrzenteuil Q 
Musk,tkaPS d. 
Inverness , N S 


Burnt River 


Victoria. N R . ... 
N.Westminster B C 
Grenville, N R... 
Rrant. S R O 


Broad bent 


Burrard Inlet 


Broad Cove Chapel... 
Broad Cove ( Lunen.) 
Broad Cove (Marsh). 


Burritt s Rapids .... 
Burtch 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Inverness N ^ 
Bonaventure ... Q 
Assinihoia Terrify. 
York. WR 
Brockville 


Burton Durham. E R .... 




Sunbury N B 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Huron. E R 
Siormont 




Bury s Green 


Brockton 


BushfieM 


Bush Glen 




Perth, N. R 

fJli^nfrRrrv O 


Bute Megantic Q 


Brodie .... 


Butterfleld Selkirk M 


Broine . . Brome Q 


Butternut Ridge King s N B 
Buttonville (York, ER 




Brompton Falls 


Richmond Q 


Buxton Knt. f) 


Hastings, N R ... 

TTaltrvn A 




Monck 


*/?roti(** 


Byng Inlet 


Muskoka&PS d. 
Essex, N R 
King s P E I 


Brookburv ... .. .Oomnton . ... 


Brynedale 
Byrne s Road 




Lanark, S R 
Selkirk M 




Byron 


Middlesex. 8 R... 
King s .........FBI 
Yale BC 
Temiscouata Q 


Brookfield 


Colchester ... N S 
Queen s N S 
Weliand ... 


James Graham 
Samuel Neily 

Geo. W. David 
Wm. Gray 
A. F. Darlington 
H. A Compton 
J. R. Hall 
J. H. Pitman 
Thos.Heron 
Mrs. M. Fowlie 
Mrs. 0. Hannah 
Kobert Frizzle 
Leander Hatfield 
Simon Fraser 
Hugh T. London 
M. Brothers 
J. A. Douglas 

James McGee 
Nwton Jackson 
S S. Brown 
Alex. Paul 
Wm. Taylor 
A. MeEachern 
Wm. Boughner 
Robert Marks 
George Marks 
Jas. Costello 
D. Stevenson 

Lem. Patterson 
John-R. Grant 
T. B. Goulding 
Albert Bryerton 
E. B. D. Lafleur 
E. J. Benedict 
P. J. Wilson 


Jable Head 
Cache Creek 


Brookfield 
Brookfirld Station... 
Brookholm 


Grey, N R 
Pictou N 7 fc 


Cadmus 


Durham, W R ... 
Selkirk M 


Cadurcis .... . . 




Ontario, S R 
King s P E I 




Durham, W R ... 
North mb rl d. N B 
Brant, N R 
Leeds, S R 


Brooklyn 


Cains River 




Queen s N S 
Yarmouth .... N S 

Oufnrri N R O 


Jainsville 








jairngorm 


Middlesex, W R. 
Chatauguay . . . Q 
Wentworth, S R. 
Renfrew. 8 R .... 
Middlesex, S R.. 
Card well 


Brookvale .. Qnf*m j a v ~K 




Brookvale 
Brook Village 


Halifax N S 
Inverness N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Pictou N S 


Caistarville, 










Oaldwell . . .. 


Brookvilltj 


Carleton N B 
Wellington, N R. 
Ontario, WR 


Caldwe l 




T. Lang 
W. C. Caidwell 
William Bell 
fhos. Cranston 
John Scott 
M. M Stewart 


Caldwell s Mills 


Lanark, N R 
Caidwell 


JBroufffiu nt 




C*ledon East 


Cardwell 


Broughton Station . j 


Heftuce Q 


Caledonia 


Haldimand .... 
Queen s P Kl 


Qrenyille, 8 R ... 
Cumberland ... N S 
Arernntouil 




Brown s Brook 
Brownsburg ... , 


Oa udvnia Onrntr . ... 
Cftledonli Mills 
Caledonia Mines 
0*lf dunia, St. Mary s 
Caledonia Setttlem t. 
Caledonia Springs... 


Queen s N S 


J. B. Harlow 

T. A. Chisholm 
James Reed 
Geo, H. Cross 
W B.Baunerman 
J. K. Turner 
F. Bolton 
T. B. Oalhoun 

John Cahill 
John Williams 
H. J. Lytle 
M. J. Strong 
Wm. H. White 


Antigonishe... N S 
Cape Breton ... N 8 
Guysboro . ... N 3 
Albert X B 


Brown s Creek Kino- P E I 


Brown s Mountain.. 


Antigonishe... N S 
Norfolk, N R .... 
Huron, S R 


Brucefield 


Prescott 


Bruce Mines . . 


Alberta Territory . 
Victoria N B 
Marquette . . . . M 
Westmoreland. IT B 
Muskoka A P S d. 
Elgin E R . 




Renfrew, S R . ... 
Colchester N S 
Perth N R 




Brule 


Calf Mountain 
Calhoun 




Brunswick 


Durham. ER .... 
Huron, ER 
Middlesex, E R... 
Northumberl n.NB 

Pnntiar ... O 


Oallender 




Calton . .. 




Calumet Island 
Camborne 


Pontlac Q 


Brverton ... 


Northumb., W R 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Argenteuil Q 
Queen s N B 


^Brysovi 


*GdTn^TO,y .. . 


Buck horn . Kent 


Cambria. ... .. . 


*BucHrw?t*m Ottawa Q 


Cambridge .. 



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[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


Cambridge 
Cambridge Station... 
Camden, East 


Hants NS 
King s NS 


James Starriil 
John Caldwell 
Benjamin Clark 
James Brysen 
John A. Cameror 
Mrs. A. Cameron 
B. L. Davidson 
W. R. Ross 
Joseph Cairns 
W. U. Archer 
James Cesar 
D. K. Campbell 
Hen ry Me Farlan 
Mrs.M Kerrachei 
A. McKendrick 
S. R. Lister 
Peter Campbell 
H. W. Moyer 

John Larmour 
G. H. Hurlburt 
W. J. Wallace 
Robert Phillipp 
Jno. P.Crossmau 

J. E. Lockwood 
Geoige Pare 
Eli Birdsall 
James Marshall 
John Switzer 
John Hughes 
J. G. Forester 
Sam l Allchin 
0. E. Borden 
Robert Talbot 
Robt. Sealey 
B. D. Fullarton 
James Tate 

C. E. Grosvenor 
William Main 

John Boyd 
Mrs E. Savard 
Telesphore Roy 
J. A. Whalen 
Amos Burke 
James Baker 
Alex. Currie 
F. Lamorandiere 
John vVilson 
A. L. Gallant 
Robt. McDonald 
K. McKenzie 
Robert McLeod 
J. H. Edwards 
A. McQuarrie 
Neil .ucAskil 
Samuol Swain 
R. T. Perry 
A. LeHuquet 
Wm. Cooper 
Mrs. E. Kenney 
0. Toupin 
Leon Laine 
Louis Jacques 
John McKay 
Muncey Irving 
J J Fish 
Miss H. C. Larut 
Mrs. S Cote 
I.G.C. Blackhal 
H. A. Perley 

James McVeau 
Dennis McQuaid 
Jno. H. Leacy 
Rev G B Motley 


Carlingford 
Carlingville 


Perth, S R 


Mrs. S J. Dunlop 
S. C Dinsmore 
Mrs. R. Koella 
Alexander Shaw 
Jas. McDonagh 
S Cummins 
Ernst. Seeber 
.John P. Miller 
Francis Heydon 
John B. Calder 
J G Turriff 
Paul A. Gratton 
Thomas vioffat 
Edward Sisson 
T. Pelletier 
Thos. Brown 
W. Carpenter 
J. Malcolm, sen. 
M. Ferguson 
John Mclver 
Charles Turple 
John Carroll 
A H. Carroll 
Wm. Cook 
Benj Eastman 
John McLeod 
Edward Carss 
David Carswell 
C. Schneider 
Mr. B. Carter 
Duniel vlcPhail 
has Lagace 
a. H. Piust 
T. S. Menary 
Jotx-ph Ourllet 
OhoumR .M. Reid 
flecriie Case 
William Jenkins 
Mrs. C. Cashion 
George Mansfield 
Win. Cotton 
Jeremiah Cass 
R. H. Marston 
S. Robertson 
Queunwville 
"dward Beouot 
Wm. McKeage 
John Wallace 
John Warrjock 
C. Lamphier 
H. P. Gould 
/ohn McDonald 
George Dkkwn 
J >hn Howard 
Jos. Morthmore 

Alex. Kennedy 
Kdward Deblois 
Alfred Blais 
David Walker 
A. M McNeil 
G. W. McKay 
luhn Cameron 
V. X Costagnette 
Wm. H. Kjle 
W. Coleinan 

S. Connery 
Joseph Smith 

Robert Robb 
E Bist-ounette 
J F McLarblan 
A. M.VanNorden 
Colin Wright 
Luke E. Bailey 
D Nichols 
Amos Mott 
FiancisG. Cook 
Thomas Abbott 
Peleg Smith 

Wm. Kennedy 
J. W Wiinins 
Jehitl Fulton 
A. B. Cummins 
Mrs. T. McAulay 


Addington 


Carlisle 


Wentwotth, N R. 
Carleton N B 
Huron. W R 
Carleton N B 


Cameron 


Victoria. N R . ... 
Kent 




Cameron s Mills 
Camerontown 


Carlow 


Glengarry 


Carlow . 


Camilla 


Oardwell 






Camilla 


Marquette M 




Yarmouth N S 
York, W R 
Biant N R 


Oamlachit, 


Lambton, W R... 
Northumb., E R.. 
Peel 
King s N B 


Carl ton West 


* Campbellford 
Campbell s Cross .... 
Campbell Settlem t. 
Campbell Settlem t. 


Carluke 


Carlyle 


As?iuiboiH. N W T 
Marquette M 


Carman . 


York NB 


Carmunnock 


Perth NR 


Elgin, W R 
Restigouche ... N ] 
Halton 




Victoria, N R .... 
Victoria N B 


Campbellton 
Campbellvilte 


Caron Brook 


Carp .... 


Lanark, N R 
Queen s N B 


Campbell ville 
Campden 




Carpenter 


Lincoln 
Charlotte N B 


Carriboo Cove 


Richmond N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 

I ictim M *i 


Carriboo Marsh 
Carriboo Hiver 
Cariboo Gold Minos. 
Carroll s Coruen> ... 
Carrol ton. 




Russell 




Yarmouth N S 
King s- N S 


Halit tvx N S 




Halifax N S 


Canaan Rapids 
Canaan Station 


Queen s N B 


Selkirk M 
York, WR 
Carleton 
King s N B 


Westmoreland N I 
King s N S 


Oarrville 
Carsonby 

Garsonville 




King s N S 


Canard River 


Essex, N R 
Monck 


Carssdule 


Assiniboia. N W T 
Renfrew. S R .... 
Perth, N R 
King s N B 
Algoma 
.lacques Carlier. ... 
Durham, W R ... 








Monck 




Cornfield 


Haldhnand 
^tormout 


Carter s Point 
Carterton 




Caonifton 


Hastings, E R ... 
Brant, N R 
King s N S 


Canning 




Gunning 




*Oannington 


Ontario, N R 


Cawault . . 




Canobie 


Gloucester N I 
Cumberland .. N S 
Guysboro N J 




( )ttawtt Q 




Case Settlement 


Kine s N IJ 


Canso 


York E R 




Oawhion s Glen 
Cashmore. . 


Glnarry 
Middlesex, W R.. 
Simcoe N R 


Canterbury 


York N B 


Canterbury Station . 
Cantley 


York N B 


Cashtown . 


Ottawa 






Cauton 


Durham, E R.... 
Charlevoix Q 


Cassburn . 




Capal Aigle 


Cassel ... . . 


Oxford, N li 
Russell 


Cap Chat 


Gaspe .... Q 




Cap des Hosiers 
Cape Bald ......... 




CasMle 


Renfrew, N. li . . 


Westmoreland.N I 
Gaepe Q 




Castlederg 


Cnrdwell 




Bruce, N R 


Oastlefcrd 


Renfrew, N R . ... 
Peel 


Cape Croker 


Bruce N R 




Cap de Moselle Creek 
Cape Egmont 


Albert N B 


Castletoo 


Northumb., E R. 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton . . \ S 
Cardwell 


Prince P E I 


Catalone 

Catalone Gut 


Cape George 


Antigonishe ... N J 
Richmond N S 


Cape George Harbor 
Cape John 




Pictou N S 


Cataraqui., 






Shtrbrooke G 
Inverness N 8 
Victoria N S 
Shelburne N S 
Shelburne N S 
Gasoe ... 




Peterboro ER. . 
Oxford, S R 




Cathcart 






Causapscal 


Rimoutski Q 
DurDam, E R.... 
Queen s 1 K I 


Cape Negro Island. 
Cape Ozo 


Cavendish . 


.Cape Rich 
, Cape Sable If land.. . 
Cap Magdeleine 


Grey, E R 
Shelburno N S 
Champlain Q 
Quebec Q 


Cavendish Road 
*Oayuga 


Queen s P E I 


[laldimand 
[luntingdon .... Q 


Cazaville .. 






Cap Sante 


Portneuf Q 


Cedar Dale 


intario. S R 
York, E R 
iHimtk. N R 




Westmoreland N I 
Prince P E I 


Cape Traverse 


Cedar Hill 
Cedar Hall 


Prince P E I 


Cap St. Ignace 
Cjipucins 


Montmagny Q 
Riniouski . Q 


Cedar L>ke 
Cedar Mills 


Digbv N S 
Cardwell ... 




Gloucester ... N B 
Marquette M 










Grey E R 


Garden 


Victoria, N R . ... 
King s PE I 
King s P E I 
Grenville, S.R.. 
Cardwell 




Yarmouth N S 
Prince P El 


Cardigan Bridge . ... 
Cardigan Road 
* Cardinal . . 


Central Be.dtque . . . 
Central Blissviile ... 
Central Clarence 
Central Cambridge.. 
Central Chebogue ... 
Centralia ... .. . 


Sunhury N B 
Annapolis N S 




Juaen s N B 
Yirmouth ... N S 
Middlesex, N R...O 
Queen s N B 




Bruce, E R 
Norfolk, S R 
Argenteuil Q 
ionaventure Q 
St. John N B 
Prince P E I 


ilenry Cargill 
lames Smith 
VlrsMJO Fletcher 
Tean Lefebrre 
Tames R. Reed 
Charles Doull 
L. Clark 
at. Struthers 
Robert Blair 




Carillon 


Central H*mpstead. 
Central Kingsclear .. 
Central New Annan. 
Central Norton 
Central Onslow 
Centre Augusta 




York N B 




DoU hester . ... N S 
King s N B 




,Qarleton. 


Saskatche w in Ter. 
Lanark, S R 
Muskoka & P S d. 


Colchester N Si 
Glrbnville, S R ... 
rforthumb., WR. 0: 


*&irleton Place 
Carline.... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



69 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTBK. 


Centre Village 

Centreville . 


Westmoreland N B 
Addington 


Wm. Read 
John Hinch 
Ludlow B. Clark 
.). M. Roscoe 
C. H. Denton 
Jas. W. Simmon 
Wm. Fields 
W. J. Chambers 
Philip McManu 
George May rand 
John Hackett 
Geo. C. Poitras 
Tob Bilodeau 
N. Hardy 
James Boyle 
D Cameron 
Billings Kilburn 

Arsene Morin 
Samuel Chant 
Patrick Lynch 

B. Chapman 
Wm. J. Brown 
John Hunter 
A. Desparais 
W. Hopcroft 
Lev! Lindsay 

P. F. Green 
John Lipsett 
Rufus S Throop 
Henry Delorey 
James Reid 
A. A. Macdonald 
Arch. Angus 
A Daigneault 
Wm. Douglas 
N. R. Laberge 
Robert Lang 

Philip Dickson 
S. Barfoot 
A. Robertson 
T. Vondy, jun. 

James W. Elliott 
Antoine Lemieu* 

Mich. Atkinson 
WiUon Haley 
Benjamin Woods- 
Nelson Corning 
James O Neill 




N.Westminster.B C 
Inverness N S 
Queen s N B 


J. R. Ashwell 
Hector McKay 
Mrs. S. C. Salmon 

John R. Chipman 
Thos. Macklem 
Emanuel Gaukel 
H. N. McTaggart 
James E. Huff 
P. C. Belanger 
Jacob Van Allen 
J. McKenzie 
J. McDougall 
Jas. Clarridge 
James Sloane 
j Aler. Bayley 
Joseph Walters 
John Hudleson 
Mrs. S. Gilliatt 
T. A. Fogarty 
John McMillan 
Jag. McAllister 
E. Knapps 
H. M. Foster 
Fred. Strieker 
Dieudonne Denis 
E Larouche 
Thos. Stoddart 
Mrs. J. Cossar 
Mrs.M.M.Muckle 
D. Shoff 
A. Grahame 
Peter McCuddie 

Tho. Hislop 
J. McM. McNab 
Mrs. C. A. Black 
Thomas Wilson 
S. N. Jackson 
T. Perrin 
A. H. Derrick 

John Scott 
B. Watkins 
George S. Lacy 
John Murphy 
James Lockhart 
). L. Nickerson 
Walter Hunter 
lv. F. Clark 
W. W. Clirkson 
David Graham 
\1. D. Devitt 
0. Banning, jun. 
Geo. W. Smith 
L. McDonald 
Alex. McCa.skill 
Kobt. Rogers 
Henry Watson 
James P. Roop 
Mrs. J. Sandford 
T. Driscoll 
Charles J.Minett 
K. McL. Walton 
R. W. Knowles 
T. B. Whelpley 
James Davis 
C. F. Clinch. 
H. F. Macaulay. 
Thomas Fair 
3. Corbett 
J. R. McDonald 
1. A. Simpson 
T. M. Banting 
T. Jamieson 
Bibins Clark 

Seorge Thomson 
Hugh Caldwell 
Edmund Crabbe 
Tohn S-wift 
M. E. Weaver 
lames Brown 
Thomas Coates 
Aaron F. Adams 


Chimney Corner ... 




Carleton NB 
King s N S 




Chipman s Brook ... 
Chipman s Corners.. 






Digby N 8 


King s N S 




Leeds, S R 


Welland 


Chalk River 


Renfrew, N R.... 
Lennox 


Chippawa Hill 
Chlselhurst 


Bruce, N. R 
Huron. S R 




Chambers Settle m t 
Chambly Basin 
*Chambly Canton ... 


Kings NB 




Prince Edward... 
Gaspfi Q 


Chambly Q 




Chambly Q 


Christie s Corners ... 
Christina 


Leeds* JrenNRO 
Middlesex. S R... 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Marque tte ..... M 


Victoria N B 




Chii-ontimi Q 


Cliristmas Island ... 
Chumah.... 




Champlain Q 


Chance Harbour 
Chance Harbour. . . . 


1st John NB 
Pictou N S 


Churchill 


Simrn S R . ... O 


Church Hill 1 Albert NR 


Peterboro , E R... O 
B^auce Q 


Church Over 


Shelburne N S 
Northumberl d N B 
Kind s . ... N S 




Church Point 


Chantelle 


Montcalm Q 






Leeds, S R 


Ohurchville |Peel 
Churchville Pictou N S 




Pontiac Q 




Hastings, B R ... 
Westmoreland N B 
Prescott 


Chute a Blondeau... 
Chute aux Iroquois. 
Chutes Cove 


j Prescott 




Ottawa Q 


Chard ... 


Annapolis N. S 
Elgin, WR O 
Bagot Q 


Charing Cross 


Kent 


Olachan 
Clairvaux de Bagot. 
Clairvaux (sub) 
Clam Harbour 
Clanbrassil . . 


L Assomption... . Q 
Musk oka & P S d 
Compton Q 


Charliuch 


Charlevoix Q 
Halifax N S 






Quebec Q 


Haldimand . . . . 




Leeds. S R 


Clandeboye . 


Charleston 


Carleton N B 
Jrenville, SR.... 
Guysboro N S 
Restigouche . . N B 
Queen s P E I 


Clandeboye 


Middlesex, N R...O 
Peterboro , E R...O 
Selkirk M 






Charlos* Cove 


Clanwilliam . 


Charlo Station 


Clapham 


Megantic Q 


Clappison 


Wentworth, N R.O 
Assiniboia Terr. ... 
Ontario, W R . ... 
Cumberland... N S 
Russell 






Clare 




Compton y 


Clarrmont 


Chatboro 


Argenteuil Q 




Chateauguay 


Chateauguay ... Q 
Chateauguay ... Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
Selkirk M 


Clarence 


Chat(>auuav Basin. 
Chateau Richer 
Chater 


Clarence 


Annapolis . . . .N S 
Russell 


Clarence Creek 
Clarenceville ......... 






Kent 


Clarendon Front ... 
Clarendon 


Pontiac . . Q 


Chatham Centre .... 


Knt 


Charlotte N B 


Northumb rl d N B 
Yamaska Q 


Clarendon Station... 
Clarendon Station... 


Chatillon .... 


Queen s... .N B 


Cliatswnrth 
Chaudiere Curve ... 
Chaudiere Mills 
Chaudiere Station ... 
Cheapside 


Grev, N R 
Levis Q 


Addington 


Clarke 


Durham, W R ... 
Shelburne N S 
Grey, K R 
Queen s .. .. N B 


Levis Q 
Levis Q 


Clarke s Harbour ... 
Ctarksbuig 
Clark s Corners 
Clarkson 


Haldimand 


Chebogue Point .... 
Cheddar 


Yarmouth N S 
Peterboro , E R-. 
Yarmouth N S 
Northamberl d.N B 
Ottawa Q 


Peel 


Claude 


Peel 




Clavering 
Clayton 


Grey. NR 
Lanaik, N R ... 


Chelmsford 




H. B. Prentiss 
H. Kedy 
Samuel Reaney 
Henry Severn 
W. Hunt 
0. Tremblay 
Daniel Nolan 
M. McNab 

Wm. McKone 
R. A Buzzell 
Allen McDonald 
Wm. Kenny 
M. Macdon-\M 
Charles Petty 
D. McN.Halliday 
Nelson Chesley 
Thomas Booth 
Victoria Church 
T. T. Estebrooks 
Josh. Eisenhaur 
Wm. Brown 
John Hennigar 
C. Casselman 
P. Le Montais 
Jas. A Rumohr 
H. R. Marion 
Wm. Glenn 
Andw. McLean 
Horace Landon 
T. Boile 
Mrs. M. Robbins 


Clear Creek .... 


Norfolk, S R 
King s P E I 




Lunenburg ... N S 
Peel ... 
Vancouver...... B C 
Albert N B 


Clear Spring .... 


Cheltenham 
Cliemainus 


Clear Springs 


Provencher .... M 
Marquette M 




Chemical Road 


*C/earviU 


Elgin W R .. O 


Cherniu Tacbe 


T -miscouata . . . . Q 
King s P E I 
liruce. ER 




Annapolis .... N S 
Annapolis . ... N S 
Prince P K ) 


Chepstowe 


Clementsvale 




Cherry Grove 


King s PE I 


Clevelands 


Simcoe, E R .... 


Cherry drove 


Middlesex. E R . O 
Sherbrooke Q 
Queen s N B 


*C/i(ford 


Wellington, N R. 
Gloucester. ... N B 
King s N B 


Cherry River 


Clifton 


Cherry Vale 


Clifton 


Cherry Valley 
Cherry Valley 


Prince Edward... 
Queen s P E I 


Clifton 


Colchester.... N S 
St. John N B 
Cariboo B C 
Huron, S R 
Queen s N B 


Clinch s Mills 
Clinton 

Clinton 


Ch^rrvwood 


Ontario, W R. ... 
llruce, N R 




Chesley s Corners ... 
Chester 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Arthabaska Q 
Lunenburg ... N S 
3arleton N B 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Brant, N R 
Luoenburg N S 




Clontarf ... . 


Renfrew, S R .... 
Alberta Territory. 
Simcoe, S R O 
King s N B 


Chester 


Clover Bar 


Chei-ter 


Clover Hill 


Chester Basin 


Clover Hill 


Chasterfield 




Aldington 


Chester Grant 


Clyde . 


Wentworth, N K. 
Shelburne N S 
Peterboro , E R. 
Queen s P E I 
Kent N B 




Dundas 




Cheticamp 


Inverness N S 
Muskoka & P Sd.. 
Essex, N R 


Clydesdale 




Clyde Station 


Chevalier 


3oal Branch Station 
Coal Creek. 


Cheverie 


Hants NS 


Queen s N B 


Cheviot 


Bruce, E R 






Chichester 


Pontiac Q 


Coiites Mills 


Kent N B 


Cfticmitimi 


Chicoutimi Q 
Cumberland. ...N 8 




SfMnotcarl <"l 




Cobble Hill iOxtbrd. NR O 



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[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL BIS RICT. POSTMASTER. 


Coboconk 


Victoria, N 1 R ... . C 
Renfrew, N R.... C 
Northumb., W R. C 
Kent N P 


Mrs. N. LeRoy 
John Delahev 
Wm. Sykes 
James Lucas 
T. M. Goguen 
L. Herbert .... 
Wm. McDonald 

Wm. O Hara 
W. H. McArthu 
C. F. Cody 
Charles Thomas 
Edward Colbech 
C. R. Ford 
Joseph Boring 
Henry Porter 
; D. Mclntosh 
Jacob Marsh 
Chas. B. Snow 
G. A. Cochran 
R. Kent 
3. Drew Eplet 
Charles Warner 
G. D. Jamison 
Wm. Keats 
Thos. St. John 
J. Roberge 
W Cole 
C B. Parker 
George Bishop 
John Butler 
John Colgan 
M. Hughes 
James M. Gibboi 
W. B. Hamilton 
Joseph Losie 
J T. Pinch 
Wm. D. Bell 
J. J. Colquhoun 
Robert Ashton 
W. W. Col well 
Arthur Pratt 
0. McAlister 
Daniel Johnson 
D. Grraveline 
A. F. Corneau 
0. G. Cameron 
Thomas Carr 
John Hodgson 
W. M Dingwall 
B. F. Harvey 
John Atkinson 
Henry Mo Kirov 
Wm. Sanf.rd " 
Philip Decher 
John W. Burt 

Patrick Jordan 

Robert Lee 
A. McPherson 

Asaph Vinot 
Peter Smith 
.john Bremner 
J. A. Johnson 
James Stanley 
J. Duhamel 
Wm. T. Ham 
Mrs. M Mitchell 
Charles Taylor 
Geo. Miller 
S. J. Osgoode 
Henry Coleman 
T. G. Colliding 
Wm. H. Cook 
Wm. Bond 
Thomas Cooper 
G. A. Wannacott 
C. W. Howell 
N. Henriod 
A. Melamcon 
James Corbett 
John Corbett 

W Bennett 
Wm. Moore 




Queen s P E 
Norfolk, NR ( 
Durham, W R ... C 
Lambton, W R... C 


[ i John W. Hughes 
> H. Wilkinson 
> C. W. Lent 
I Wm. A. Cathcar 
Daniel Rardon 
T. Swiuarton 
David Smith 
James Grant 
Wm. Orr 
J. McDougall 
J. P. Stinehour 
R McKenzie 
J. Kinuear 
P. T. Clarke 
C. T. Harrison 
Thomas Craig 
Alt-x. Fleming 
.James Clark 
N. Fournier 
R G. McCraw 
Alex. Fleming 
P. Colgan 
Alex. McNair 
James King 
Johri Cran ton, si- 
John Sullivan 

John F. Maba 
Eben. Stockton 
G. McDonnell 
R. R. Anderson 
Hannah Walsh 
dward Sharkev 
Wm. H. Dcater 
H, J. Miller 
D. Campbell 
W. Bow-master 
J. H. Rondeau 
A. B Prieur 
Rodger Duckett 
K. Desmarchais 
Geo. T. Smith 
Luc Tasso 
Edmond Latour 
Madoire Holte 
P. Vermette 

W. E. Wagstaff 
Wm. Walker 


*Oobden 










Courtright 
Covehead Road 
Coventry 


Cocagne River 
Cocagne Cape 


Kent N B 


Kent N.E 


Cardwell C 


Cochrau s Lake 


Cape Breton... N S 
Algoma 


Coverdale 


Albert N E 


Cockbnrn Island... 
Coddle s Harbour.... 
Codrington 


Coverley ... . 


Grey S R C 


Uuysboro N 
N or!hurnb.,E R...C 

Queen s JJ" 8 


Covey Hill 


Huntingdon Q 


Cowal .. . 


Elgin W R C 


Codv s 


Oowansvilk 

Cow Bay 


Misafcquoi 
Cape Breton... N 
Vancouver B < 
Cape Breton... N 
Queen s N ] 
Simcoe. H R 
Grey, E R 
Wellington, C R. 


Cogmagua River ... 


Hants N S 


Colbeck 


Wellington, N R. 
Xorthumb., E R. 
Essex, S. R 
King s N S 






Co x heath 


Colchester 
Cold Brook Station . 


Cox s Point 
^raighurst 
Craigleith 


Northumb., W R. 
Middlesex, S R... 
Carleton N B 


Ooldstream 


Coldstream 


Craig Road Station.. 
Cntigvale 


Colditream 


Colchester NS 
Carleton N B 


Simcoe, S R 
Middlesex, E R.. 


Coldstream East . ... 
*0o/dwaler 


Crampton . . 


Simcoe, E R 
Addington 


Cran bourne 






Huron, E R ( 
llaldimand 


Cole Hai hour 
Cole Lntie 


Guysboro N S 
Addington 


Cranston 


C anton Section. . . . 
Cork Station 


Coleraine 


Pel o 


York N R 


Coleiaine Station ... 
Cole s Corners 
Cole s Island 


Megantic Q 


Cornell... 


Oxford, SR 
Gaspe C 


Lambton, W R... 
Queen s N B 


Corner of the Beach. 
Corn Hill 


Colonso 


Gray, E R 


*Gornwall 


Cornwall 


Colinville 


Lambton, W.R... 
Simcoe. S R 


Cornwall Centre 
Cornwall 




Coiean 




Collfield 


Pontiac Q 


Corraville 


Ivin^s 1* E 




King s N B 


Corson s Siding 
Omunna 


Victoria, N R, ... 
Lambton, W R... 
Wellington, S R. 
Victoria . . . . X B 


*OolKngwood 
Collin s Bay 


Simcoe, N R 
Knmtenac 


Corwhin 


Colliu s Inlet 


Algoma 
Bruce, NR 
Dundas 


Cosrijfiin 




Soulanges C 




C6tt.au Landing 
Cofeau Station 


Columbus 


Outaiio, S R 
Simcoe. N. R. . . . 
Vicioria B C 




Col well 


Cote des Meiges 
Jote St. Antoine .... 
CoteSt Michel 
Cote St. Paul 
3ote St. Louis 
Cote Visitation 
>itswold 
Cott;im 
Coujrhlan 








Comber 


Kssex N R 
Renfrew. S R . ... 
Essex S R ... 




iochelaga C 




Comeauville 


Diaby X S 




Commerci -1 Cross... 


King s P E 1 
Yluakoka&PS d. 
Vaudreuil Q 


Wellington, N R. 
Sssex, S R 
North um bcrl d.X i 
^imooe, K R 
Leeds S R 






Vancouver B C 


CoulSon 
Cranworth 




Compton Q 




Brine S R 
York, W R . ... 


Crapaud. ..... ... 


Queen s P E 1 


). B Wadman 
F. Stone 




Cra\ en 


\oiuiboia Territ y. 
Grev, S R 
Peel 


Condon Settlement . 
Oonestngo 


King s X S 


Crawford 
Credit 


Waterloo, N It ... 
Wellinuton, S R.. 
Wellington, N R. 


Emerson Taylor 
G. G. Smith 
Jacob Eilber 


jredit Forks.... 


Cardwell . 




Crtditn n . . . 


Middlesex, N R. O 


Connaiiijht 


Creetbrd 


W. R. Duulop 
John Maaee 
Ilex. GillespJe 
J. Sheppara 
M. Cavanagh 
J. G. Phelps 
G. E. Hurlbert 

M. Williams 
Elijah Bell 
acob Frey 

lenry Crossland 
ohn Fraser 
Cin&mau Sweet 
esse Anderson 
no. McPherson 
Alexander Hill 
.*vi Philips 
Irs. L Crowell 
Alex. Crowe 

j. Boardman 
homas Orury 
. M. Williams 
J. Cruickshank 


Connell .... 


Carleton N B 
Oarjwell 




Wellington, C R.. 
Simcoe, N R 




"Cretmnm 


Conns Mills 
Conquerall Bank.... 
Conquerall Mills , ... 


Cumberland... N S 
Lunenburg.... X S 
Lnnenburg N S 
Perth, S R 


>eighton >imcoe, E R 
Crescent Lake Assiniboia .... 


Cressy 


Prince Edward... 
Victoria, S R 
Wellington, SR.. 
Eldn, WR u 
Ontario, N R 
Prince Edward... 
Perth. S R.. . O 


Conroy s Farm 


Ilaniings, N R ... 
Prince Edward... 
Huron. S R. O 


Creswell 


Crieff 




}rinan 




Vercheres Q 




L mnox 




Cook s Brook 


Halifax X S 






Guysburoujch...X S 
f,isrnr . . M 


Cross Creek.. 


Yin k N B 


Cook s Creek I 


Crossbill 


Waterloo. N R ... 
Keewatiu... N W T 
Simcoe, N R 
Uonaventure Q 
jruysboroujsh. N S 
Gluysborough. N S 
Antigonishe... N S 
Richmond N S 




Dross Lake Station . 




Siracoe, S R 




Peel 




Cookville 


Westnioreland,N B 
Hastings, N R ... 
Ontario. N R 
Elgin, E R 
Went worth, N R. 
hambton, E R.... 
Digby NS 


Oross R lg., Cy. Har. 
Cross Rds., M. MeI d 
>oss Roads, Ohio ... 
Cross Rds., St.G.Chl. 






Copenhagen 


Bothwell 
Shelburne N S 
Colchester. . .. N B 
3uysborough. N S 
Wellaud 




Crowell 




Crowe s Mills 


Oorbettou j 
Corbett 


Grev, E R 
Middlesex, NR... 
Huntingdon Q 
Hastings, E.R.. Oi 
Elgin, K R 


Crow Harbour 


Crowland 


Corbin 


Jrown Hill 
Croydon 


Simcoe, E R 
Addincrton 




Corinth 


Cruickshank . 


*Try, N R 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



71 



POST OFFICE. 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT 



Crumlin Middlesex. E R... 

Stormont 



Crysler 

Crystal City 

Culdutf 

Culloden 

Culloden 

Cultus 

Cumberland. 



Marquette 



M 



Dorchester Q 

Norfolk, N R 

.NS 
.. 



Digby.. 
Norfolk, S R 



Russell 

Cumberland Bay. ...(Queen s N B 

Cumberland Mills...! Beauce Q 



Cumberland Point. 
Cummiog s Bridge. 
Cuminiug s Core ... 

Cumminsville 

Cumnock 

Curran 

Currie s Crossing ... 

Curry Hill 

Curryville 

Gushing 



Queen s N B 



Russell 

Charlotte 



Halton 

Wellington, R. 
Prescott 



Oxford, S R 



i 



Glengarry 

Albert N B 

Argenteuil Q 

Cypress"" |Muskoka& P Sd. 

Dacre Renfrew, S R .... 

Dale ! Durham, ER .... 



POSTMASTER. 

ATI?. Campbell 
J. R. Crysler 
Robert Rollins 
S. Armstrong 
Andrew Smart 
W. Wilson 
Bdward TaEsley 
Wm Wilson 
Mrs. Branscombe 
f. J. Taylor 
Wm. Smith 
Mrs. Cummings 
0. S. Fountain 
S. Shouldice 
John Anderson 

W. D. Smith 
Joseph Curry 
J. W. Beaumont 
Jas. B. Cushing 
B Wiektt 
Alfred Morrow 
T. Heasmaa 



Dalesville ! Argenteuil Q [ Peter McArthur 

Dalhousie ; Restigouche ... X B H. A. Johnson 

" G. W. Sanders 
Mrs. M.McIntosb 
Edmund Hiltz 
W. Ross 
M. Verreault 



Dalhousie, East King s N S 

Dalhousie Mills ^Glengarry 

Dalhousie Road . Lunenburg. ... N S 

Dalhousie Settlem t. Pictou N S 

.! Rimouski Q 



Dalibaire 



Dalkeith Glengarry OJVVm. Robertson 

Dalling SheSbrd Q|Lonard Weed 



Dalmeny Russell 

Dalrymple Victoria, N R .. 

Dalston Simcoe, N R .... 

Dalton Selkirk 



olj. Ferguson, jun 



Damascus 

D.toby 

Danford Lake 

Danforth 

Daniel 





M 
Wellington, N R. 

Drumtnond Q 

Pontiac Q 



W. Ivory 
T. T. Young 
John Park 
John Bresnahan 
S. D. McGee 
Henry Heney 



York, ER 

Queen s N B Isaac Smith 



Dante B ithwrll Jas. W. Green 

*DanviUe IRichmond Q I. W. Stockwell 

D Arcy jFrontenac 0, Joseph H. Quin 

Darliogford | Marquette 31 

Darlington iQueen s P E I 

Darling ;<.oad Monck H Robbins 

Darnley Prince P K I Alex. MrK iy 

Darrel! iBothwell Edward Hall 

Dartford ! Northumb.. E R. W. D Bailey 

Dartmoor i Vicforia, N K .... Jobn Gardiner 

Dartmouth Halifax. N S J. E. Leadley 

Dash wood { Huron, 8 R. 

D Auteuil Arthabaska 

Davenport iYork, W R 



POST OFFICE. 

Demorestville .... 



Dempsey s Corner... 



O Noah Fried 

. . . Q Jos. D. Morin 

... I) Joseph Green 



Davison Street King s N 8 L. W. CWdwell 

Davisville York, ER John Davis 

Dawn Mills i Both well W. A. Ward 

Dawson i Russell OjJohn J. McEvoy 

Dawson Settlemeut. ! Albert N" B Enoch Dawsou 

Day Mills ; Algotna Wm. Harris 

Dayspring Lunenburg.... N S II. N ewcombs 

Deacon Roufrew, N R 0] James Paul 

Dealtown Kent 

Dean : Halifax N S Charles Dean 

Deans Hnldimand William Tait 

De. Bee Carleton N B Alex. Harron 

Debert Station Colchester N 3 Pbilip ?ulmor9 

De Cewsvilie Monck D. P. Footer 

DeOlare iMarqtvtte Mi Henry Ay erst 

Deebank Mustcoka& P Sd. James Barber 



ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 



Prince Edward... 



King s . 



.N S 



Deemetton Bruce, K R 

Deep Brook. 

Deerdock 

Deerneld .... 
Deerhurst 





Annapolis N S 

Addington 



Bernard Reeland 
C. Purdy 
John Warren 



Yarmouth N SIR. N Crosby 

York, N R o!.M. Kneesham 



Deer Lke Peterboro , E R...O! Wm.OKilvie 

Deer Park York. E R John Noble 

Dee Side B.maventure Q John Mowat 

De Gros Marsh King s P E ID. Mclntyre 

Delaware Middlesex, S R . 0|David Lawson 

Delhaven King s... \ S Elijah C. West 

*DrJM Norfolk, N R .... 0|Jas, Whitesides 

Deloraine Selkirk MJJames Cavers 

Deloro Hastings. E R.... C. J. Vizird 

Delmer Norfolk, N* a .... 0, P. C. Wilcox 

Delta Leeds, S R OUuhn E. Brown 



Denfield ............... 

Jenison s Mills ...... 

Denuistown .......... 

Densmore s Mills . ... 

Denville ............... 

De Ramsay ............ 

Dereham Centre ...... 

Derrynane ............ 

Derry, West ............ 

Derryville ............ 

Derwent ............... 

De Sable ............... 

Desborn ............... 

* Deschambault ....... 

Desert ................... 

Deter onto .......... 

Desert Lake ............ 

Desford .................. 

Desjardins ............ 

Desmond ............... 

Deux Rivieres ...... 

Davizes .................. 

Dewittville ...... 

Dexter .................. 

Diamond ............... 

Dickens ................ 

Dicfeenson ............ 

Dickinson s Landing 
Diyby .................. 

*Dillrmton ............ 

Dingwall ............... 

Dipper Harbour ...... 

Dirleton .............. 

Discouse ............... 

D Israeli ................ 

Dixie ..................... 

Dixson .................. 

Dixon s Corners ...... 

Dixon s Point ......... 

Dixville ................ 

Doaktown ............. 

Dobbinton ............. 

Doctor s Brook ....... 

Doctor s Cove ......... 

Doe Lake ............... 

Dog Creek ............. 

Doherty ............... 

Doherty s Mills ...... 

Doherty Creek 
Dollar .................. 

Domaine de G;>ntilly 
Dominion City ...... 

Dominionville ....... 

Dotuville ............... 

Don ..................... 

DoncMter ............... 

Donegal ............... 

Donegal ............... 

Donore ............ 

Doon ..................... 

Dnrcheskr ............ 

Dorchester Crossing. 
Dorfi iKxter Station. . 
Dorking ............... 

Doru ich ............... 

Dorset ............ 

Dorland ............... 

Dorval ...... ____ . 

Douglas ............... 

Douglas ................ 

Douglasfii-ld ....... 

Douglas Harbour. ... 

Douurlas Station ...... 

Douglststown ......... 

Douglastown ......... 

Dover ................... 

Dover, South ......... 

Dover, West .......... 

Downey villa ... ..... 

Doueyville ............ 

Dosvnsview ............ 

Driyle ............ 

Doyle Settlement ... 
Dracon .................. 



Addington ...... ... ( 

. E R.. 
Richmond ......... Q 

Inverness ....... N S 

Hants ............ N S 

Muskoka&PSd. 
Joliette ............ Q 

Oxford, S R ____ 

Wellington, N R 



Peel .................. 

Ontario, N B ...... 

Middlesex, E R... 
Queen s ....... PE 1 

Grey, N R ......... 

Portneuf 

Algoma ............. C 

Hastings, ER .. 
Addington 
Selkirk ............ 31 

Megantic ......... Q 

Addington ......... 

Dist. of Nipissing 
Middlesex, E R... 



Gfeorgf Duuaing 
Andrew Lte 
Samuel Line 
John Edwards 
Jos. R. Denison 
John Gillies 
R. T. Denamore 
John Nichols 
Lewis Bocldy 
K. G. Bigham 
Wm. Hajes 

Thomas Alein 
George Geffrey 
John Dixon 
A. Heniy.juu. 
A. D. Hamlin 
Joseph AlJersvn 
James Boweu 
Wm. Snook 
Erskine Niooll 
A. Bloudeau 
Wm. Irvine 
Thos. Logge 
M. Murray 



Huntingdon Qi James Holiday 



Elgin, E R 

Lanark, N R 

Lt-eds, S R 



Lewis Jones 
R. Walker, sen 
L. X. Phelps 



Russell OlEdmond Wood 

Stormout Oj David Ransom 

Digby 0;Geo. R. Burton 

Brome Q; 

Victoria N S R D. Campbell 

St. John N B.Miss D. Belmore 

Oarleton J. Drunimond 

Richmond N S David Grnchy 

Wolfe Q J. E Rheanlt 

Peel A. E. Tolman 

Stormont Miss M. Dixsou 

Dundas Wm. Wood 

Kent N B Joseph Elliott 

S anstpad Q 0. Baldwin 

NorthumbeiTd N B Henry Swim 

Bruce. N R J. N. Gardner 

Antigonishe ....X S 

Shel rmrne N S Herman K-nuoy 

M~nsN-..k:t& Po-d. Mrs. D. ChrUtie 
Carriboo Lilloet B C Gaspard Isidore 

Sunbury N B Daniel Duffr 

|K rt nt X B E. G. Cormier 

umberland. . N ? Xel.son Pie-^ 

York. E R George Button 

Vicolet Q D. Beauchesne 

Provrfocher M Robert Taylor 

Glensirry C. R. Campbell 

Grenvillt-. S R ... Stephen Barton 

jYork. E R Miss Agnes Hogg 

Yors, E R. James Yoana 

Perth, N R Williim AMiett 

king s N B Geor^ Adiir 

Lis^ar M A. M-Curdv 

Waterloo, S R ... Thomas Sle e 
I Westmoreland N S. W. liu^loy 
Westmoreland N B P. L Belliveau 
[ Middlesex, ER... B William Scutt 
Waterloo, N R. ...0 J. L. Doyle 

iOrey. N R 0, Philip Meluto?h 

Ontario. N R H. Parkinson 

Lennox R. Dorland 

Jacques-Cartier . Q I). Descavy 
Renfrew, N R. ... John Stewart 

York N B Edward Dunphy 

j Northuuiberl d N B Andrew Irvine 

Queen s X B Mrs K. Balrnain 

Selkirk M W. J. Mathers 

;Gasp6 Q Samuel A. Veit 

Northumb N B Wm.Russell,jun. 

Westmoreland N B Wm. Steeves 

Kent Jns. Bachard 

Halifax N S Wm Baker 

Victoria, S R 0. M. Tracey 

| Kind s N B Jacob Downey 

York. W R Robert Clarke 

i Pontiac Q Micha"! Doyte 

R?stigouche ... N B Patrick Doyle 
Wellington, C R. 0| 



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POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 




1 Wellington, CR.. 
Botbwell 


Martin Schneidet 
C. P. Watson 
Wm. Cardwell 
Alex. Taylor 
P. McCabe 

Jos. L. Burgess 
Chas. H. Millar 
T. H. Patterson 
H. A. McLeod 
Robt. Drysdale 
W. M. Curtis 
G. J. Kidd 
Thos. Smith 
Jacob Duck 
A. F. Duclos 
Zerah Evans 
Richard Irwin 
J. 0. J. Dufresn? 
Mrs. L. Irvin 
Jno. McFarlane 
Wm. Wbitehead 
Samuel Smith 
C. W. Casgelman 
John Parker 
Edward Lee 
Jos. Norman 
A. McKeown 
Mrs. C. Duncan 
George Kelcey 

J. J. Middleton 
J. McQueen, jun 
S. McDonald 
David Baker 
D. McDonald 
B, A. Lawson 
De G. Andrews 
J. E. Turtle 
H. Chesterfield 
James Strachan 
J. M. Roberts 
Edward Tools 
George D. Baker 
J. B. TscbeirliHr! 
Anthony Allen 
Jno. McGillivray 
0. Mcflillivray 
Jas. P. Wells 
Thos. Armour 
George Dunphy 
John Letts 
H. YounglmsbV; 
Wm. Graham 
William Corbin 

F. J. Hebert 
Archd.McKenzi. 
A. Cameron 
Arch. J. Leitch 

15. J. Gooldie 
Alex. T. Simpson 

Kev. A. Cowl*y 
P. J Lindermani) 
Chas. Wensley 
Walter Andrew 
Mrs.M. McDonald 
W. H. McLean 
Chas. L. Marsh 
A. Ayerst 
Hector Poisson 
Jos. J. Moran 
Hush McDonald 
J. P. McKiniion 
Alvin Wadleigh 
Louis Bcaudoin 
Israel Hersey 
Fames Smith 
Hollis A. Cairn 
Martin Fader 
II. R. Bishop 
Orlin Wales 
Robert Munro 
W. Lawrence 
Rod. Hutchins 


East Folly Mountain 
East Hall s Har. Rd. 
East Hereford 


Colchester N S 
King s N S 


H. H. Slack 
R Roscoe 
G. Lefebvre 
Harris Arnold 
Jas. McKenzie 
Wm. J. Smyth 
Joseph Le Blanc 
Chos. Perdue 
D. H. Eastman 

G. W. Nelson 
E. H. Tallman 
W. Baskerville 
Jas. Beaton, jr 
E. M. Hatt 
Mrs. Geo. Molanct 
Geo. Campbell 
J. F. McKenzie 
John King 
Alex. Purrtv 
A D. McLellan. 
Byron Hines 
George Craig 
Levi E. Dunning 
James R. Ellis 
D. G. Whidden 
J. E. Summers 
Joseph Edmonds 
M. Letournean 
Geo. Westbrook 
Alex. Findlay 
J. P. Jones 
W. A. Fulmer 
S. G Moore 
E. McTntosh 
M. Bradley 
A. S Stillwell 
John Honevmarj 
Mrs H. Bufch 
T. Prukerton 
T. A. Mason 
Alex Miller 
James Edge 
.1, H. Shunk 
Ward Edgett 
James Waddell 
John Erigington 
Joseph Tonialty 
Robt. Campbell 
A. D Osborne 
Frank Harte 
Wm. Edwards 
Peter Surette 

Leon Porter 
Wm. McKay 
Wm. Craig 
George Redpath 
I hos.Quealv 
J. B. Bruce 
fames Hunter 
Paul Cote 
Joseph Hargrave 
H. R. Jackson 
S. E Gallant 
N ROSZB! 
Chaput Desire 
Chas. Smii.h 
W. W Krick 
C. Conn 
David Elder 
L McArthur 
I. McCIintock 
tsaac Elford 

?. Pennock 
Wm. Chisholm 
1. D. Robinson 
Urs. M.Mtecham 
Matthew Glass 

Tames C. Ross 
Henry Smith 
Robert Glass 
J. McLeod 
Ed. Robins 
David Hopper 




j&rew 


Wellington, N R. 
Grey, SR 
Queen s P E I 




T)romore 


East Jeddore 


Halifax N S 


East Linton 
East Magdala . . 


Grey, N R 


Drum 


Durham, E R . ... 
Brant, N R 






Inverness N S 
Brome Q 


*Drummondville, E. 


Drummond Q 
Halton 


Eastman 


Eastman s Springs . 
East Mines Station. 
East New Annan ... 
Easton s Corners . ... 
East Oro 


Russell 




YaleAKootenay.BC 
Huron, S R 


Colchester N S 
Colchester NS 
Grenville, N R... 
Simcoe E R 






Elgin, W R 




Perth, S R 


Dublin Shore 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Yale BC 
Ottawa Q 


East Point 


King s P E I 


Duck and Pringle ... 
Duclos 


East Port Medway . 


Queen s N S 


Luoenburg ....N 6 
Pictou N S 


Dudswell Centre ... 
Duflerin Bridge 


Wolfe Q 


EastRiver.St.Mary s 
East Riv Sheet Har. 
East Scotch Sett. ... 
East Selkirk 


Muskoka&PS d. 
Bagot Q 


Halifax N S 






Dumbarton Station. 
Dumblane 


Charlotte N B 
Bruce, W R 


Lisgar .... M 


E side Marg ree Har. 
E side Pub. Harbour 
E side Ragged Isla d 
East Templeton 






York N B 


Yarmouth N S 
Shelburne N S 
Ottaw a Q 


Dunany 


Argenteuil Q 


Dunbar 


Dundas 


*Dunbarton 


Ontario, W R ... 
Missisquoi Q 


Eastvillp 


Colchester N S 
Cumberland. ...N S 
Dundas 


Dunboro 


East Wentworth . ... 
East Williamsburgh 
Eastwood 


Dunboyne 
Duncan 
Duncan 
Dunchurch 


Elgin. ER 
Grey, E R 
Lunenburg N S 
Muskoka& P S d. 
Middlesex, S R.. 
Grey, ER 
Wentworth, N R. 
Kind s PE I 


Oxford, SR 
Compton Q 


Eaton 


Echo Place 


Bruni, N R 


Duncrief 


Echo River 




*Dundalk Station ... 
*Dundas 


Echo Vale 




Economy 


Colchester N S 


Dundas 


Economy Point 


Colchester N S 
Guysborou(rh . N S 
Nor1bumb.,WR. 
Elgin, E R 


Dundee 


Huntingdon Q 




Restigouche ... N B 
Lisgar M 




Dundee 


Eden 
Eden 


Dundee 


Richmond N S 
Dundas 


Dundela 


Eden Dale 


Argenteuil Q 
Bruce, E R, 
Wellington, S R.. 
Simcoe. E R 
Grey, SR 
York. WR 
Albert N B 


Dundonald 


Northumb.. E R.. 
Simcoe, N R 
Huron, N R 
Westmoreland N B 
Missisquoi Q 
Bruce. E R .. .. f) 


Eden Grove 
Kden Mills 


Duuedin 


*Dungannon 






Edge Hill 
Kdgeley 
Edgett s Landing ... 
Edgeworth 


Dunham 


Dunlop 1 Huron. CR 


Kent .... 


Dunmaglass 


Anfk onishe ... N S 
Antigonishe . . N S 
Glengarry 
Monck 




Muskoka&PS d. 


Dunrnore 


Kdina 


Dunvegan 
*Du.nnville 


Edmonton 


Peel 


Edmonton 


Alberta Territory . 
Victoria N B 


Dunphy 


Northumb N B 
Pontiac Q 
Ctrlnton 


Krltnundsttm 


Dunraven 
Dunrobin 


Edwardsville 


Wellington, N R. 
Yarmouth K S 
Cumberland ... N S 
Yarmouth N S 
York N B 


Kel Brook 


Duosford 
Dutch Village 
Dnntroon 
Dnpey s Corner 
*Durham 
Durham 


Victoria, S R 
Halifax N S 
Simcoe, N R O 
Westmoreland. N B 
Grey, SR 
Pictou N S 


Eel Creek 


Eel Lake 


Eel River Lake 
E-l Hirer 
Effingliam 


Restigouche ... N B 
Monck 




Renfrew, S K .... 
Simcof, S R 
Wellington, N R. 

S.iL uenay (i 


Dnt on Station 


Elgin. W R 


Egbert 


Dutch Settlement.... 
Dwight 


Halifax N ? 


Egerton 


MiiKkoka &PS d. 
Bruce, N R 


Egg Inland . . 


Dyer s Bay 


Islington 


York, E R (I 
Huron S R 


Dwyer Hill 


Carleton 


Dynevor 


Lisgar 35 


Egmont Bay 




Eagle 


Elgin W K 


Egremont 
Egyple 


irey, S R 
Shefford Q 


Eagle Lake 


Peterboro . ER... 
Middlesex, E R... 
Cornwall 


Ealing 


Elba 


Cai dwell 


Eanifr s Corners 
Kardley 


Elcho 
Blder 
Elder s Mills 


Monck 
Cardwell 
York W R 


Ottawa Q 


Earltown 


Colchester N S 
Compton Q 


E-tst Angus 


Idon Station 
Eldorado 


Victoria, N R.... 
Hastings, N R ... 
Essex S R .O 


East Arthabaska ... 
Bust Baltic 


Arthabaska Q 
King s P E I 


Elford 


East Bay 


Cape Breton... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Brome Q 


Elfrida 


Wentworth, S R. 
Leeds, S R 
Pictou . N S 


East Bay, N. Side ... 
East Bolton 


Elgin 


East Broughton 
East Cheborue 
East Chi zzetcook ... 
East Clifton 


Beauce Q 


Kl?/-in 


Albert N B 


Yarmouth N S 


Elginburg 




Halifax N S 


B)< infield... 


Middlesex, ER... 
L Islet Q 


Compton Q 


Elgin Road ... 


East Dover 


Halifax N S 


Elia 


York, WR 


East Dudswell 
East Dunham 


Wolfe Q 


Elimville , 


Perth, S R Oi 






Durham, E R.... 
Selkirk M! 


East Earltown 
Eastern Harbour ... 
East fbrnham 


Colchester N 7 S 
Inverness N S 
Brome Q 


Elkhorn 


Ellaton 


Norfolk, NR 
Bruce, E R 


Ellengowan.... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



73 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Hants N S 






Selkirk M 


Samuel Oke 




York E R . 




Fairfield 


Kent 


Isaac Swarthout 


Elliott 


Lanark, S R ... 


John DeWitt 


Faiifield 


King s P E I 


P. Mclsaac 


Elliott s Mills 


Queen s . P E I 




Fairfie d, East 


Brockville 


A. C. Johns 


Elliott Vale 


Kings P E I 


John Edmonds 


Fairfield 


St.John N B 


J. A. Floyd 


Ellisboro 


Assiniboia...N W T 


J. H. Ellis 


Fairfield Plain 


Oxford. S R 


Joseph Carter. 


Ellisville " 


Leeds, S R 


George Fllis 




Charlotte N B 


Caleb Green 


Elm 


Lanark, N R 


Mrs. N, Smith 


Fairholme 


Muskoka & P S d. 


John Stevenson 


Elma 


Dundas 




Fairmount 


Grey, E R 


Robert Orr 




Peel 


Wm McKay 




Marquette M 


Edward McQill 




Simcoe, S R O 


Alex Kennedy 


Fairview 


Perth, S R 


Samuel Robb 


Unburst 


King s N B 


B, J. Peters 


Fair Valley 


Simcoe, E R 


James Robinson 




Waterloo, N R .. 


Peter Winger 




St. John .N H 


C. F. Tilton 




Hants N S 




Palding 


Muskoka 


M. Rankin 




Prince PET 






Ontario N R 


Mathias Moore 




Pontiac .... Q 




Falkirk 


Middlesex. N R.. 






Halifax N S 


D B Reid 


Falkland 


Brant, S R 


J. Ramsay 


Elmsville 


Charlotte K B 




Falkland 


Halifax N S 






Simcoe N R 




Falkland Ridge 


Annapolis N S 


Mrs. M. Marshall 


Elm Valley 


Selkirk M 


D W Grimmett 


Fallbrook 


Lanark. S R 


J. J. Mcllquhar 




Bruce S R 


j Reinhardt 


Fallowfield 




Robert Wallace 




Kin g N B 


Robert Pol ley 




Hants N S 


Wm. T. Wilson 


*Elora 


Wellington C R 




False Bay Beach . ... 


Kent 


S. Barriault 


Elphin 


Lanark N R 




Falmouth Station ... 


Hants N S 


W. Armstrong 




Bruce, N R 






Hastings, N R... 


George Orr 


Elton 


Marquette M 




Farewell. 


Wellington, NR. 


William Allen 


Ely 


Muskoka &P S d 






Carleton N B 


W. E. Estey 




Muskoka & P S d. 


H Farnsworth 




Leeds. S R 


Arza Parish 




Oxford, N R ... 




Fannington 


King s P El 


Edward Power 




Russell 






Brome Q 


Jos Kathan 




Lennox 


D McDonald 






G. A. Truax 


E/nerson 


Provencher M 


H T Lewis 


Farnham Centre ... 




Choquette 


Emery .,. ... . 


York W R 






Missisquoi Q 


E. Donahue 










Perth SR 


N. J. Clark 


Emi^rHnt Settlem t 


Westmoreland N B 




Farran s Point 




Sidney P. Slater 


Emileville 


Bigot Q 


P E Roy 


Fassifern 




Hugh McMnster 


Emmtt 


Renfrew N R 




Father Point 


Rimouski Q 


P. D. Rouleau 


Emory 


Yale B C 


Fred. W Glister 


Fawcett Hill 


Westmoreland N B 


Grafton Acer 


Emsdal* 


MuskoKa & P S d 


Robert Scarlett 




Ontario, N R 


Isaac S. Wardell 




Queen s P E I 


P McCardle 




On ario N R 


L. Wilson, jun. 


Enfield 


Durham, W R ... 


Wm. Martyn 


Fecteau s Mills 


Wolfe Q 


Joseph Fecteau 


Enfield ... 


Hants N S 




Fellows 




Daniel Shay 


English Bay 


Gaspe Q 


H. M. Deschene 




Simcoe, S R 


Mrs. J. Bolton 




Halifax .... X S 






Prescott 


P C. Downing 


English Settlement 


Queen s N B 






Northumb.. W R. 


Henry Cross 


English Town 


Victoria N S 


Jane McLean 




Victoria, N R . ... 


G. Cunningham 


Ennis 


Card well . . . 


John O Learv 


Fenwick 


Monck 


F. W. Hutt 


Enniskillen . .. 


Durham W R 


Fred Rogers 




King s N B 


Joseph Wiley 


Ennhkillea Station 


Queen s N B 


B McAloor 




Cumberland .. N S 


QPO Dickinson 


Ennismore 


Ptiterboro . W R 






Wellington C R.. 


Miss C McQueen 


Enon 


Oape Breton... N S 


Alex. McDonald 


Ferguson 


Middlesex. S R. . 


A. Ferguson 


Enterprise 


Addington 


J D Wa^ar 


Ferguson s Falls 


Lanark S R 


J G Gibson 


Epping 


Grey. E R 


Thomas Jordan 


Ferguson s Point. ... 


"loucestf-r. . . . N B 


W. Ferguson 


Epsom 


Ontario. N R 


Henry Quant 




Simcoe, N R 




Eramo^a 


Wellington S R 








Mrs Ellen Watt 


Erbsville 


Waterloo, N R ... 


J Simmermachei 


Fernetville 


Earthier Q 


Maxime Fernet 


Erie 


Haldimand 


Andrew Finch 


Fernhill 


Middlesex, S-R. . 




*Erin 


We lington, S R . 


Robert Wood 


Ferris 


Queen s N B 


R. O Donell 


Erinsville ... . 


Addington 


Patrick Walsh 


Ferrvville 


Carleton N B 


James Uemphill 


Erinville 


Guysboro N S 






Simcoe E R 


R Jancou^ki 


Ernestown Station 






Feiherston 


Muskoka & P S d 


S J Peake 


Escott 


Leeds, 3 R 




Feversham 


Grey, E R 


A. McGinn 


Escuminac 


Bonaventure Q 




Fifteen Point 


Prince P E 1 


A Gallant 


Es^uminac . 


Northumb .. . . N B 






Elgin, W R 


S E Burwell 




Carleton N B 


E S Gillmor 


Finger Board 


Victoria S R 


Thoma K MOHS 


Eskasoni 


Capo Breton ... N S 


Henry V. Rown 




Cardwell 


R. J. Lamon 


Eskdale . 


Bruce, W R 




Fifft South .. 


Lunenbur" N S 


Edward Allen 


Esaueping 


Halton 


John Murrav 


Fish Creek 


Perth. S R 


John H. Perrin 


Esquimalt 


^ Victoria B C 


D T Howard 








Esquimaux Point 


Saguenay Q 


Charles Ahier 


Pitch Bay 


Stanstead Q 


T B Rider 


*Essex Centre 


Essex, S R 


Thomas Rush 


Fitzgerald Station... 


Prince P E 1 


John femith 


Essonville 


Peterboro , E R . 


Daniel Esson 


Fitzroy Harbour .... 


Lanark, N R 


W. A. Shirred 


Etansf du Nord .... 


Gaape Q 


D. V Bourque 




Colchester N S 




Etchemin 


Levis Q 


Eusebe Pelti-r 


Five Mile River 


Hants N S 




Ethel 
Etni 


Huron, ER 
King s N S 


Win. Spenee 
J. A. Yaughan 


Flambroro Centre . 


Went worth, N R. 
Restigouche... N B 


Geo. Church 
Mrs A.M^Kenzte 


Ettrick 


Middlesex, E R 




Flat River .. 


Queen s P E I 


R K McKenzie 


Eugenia 


Grey, S R 


R. McL Purdy 




Durham E R 


Wm Stacy 


Evansvale 


Ontario N R 


David Evans 




Grey S R 


Robert J. Sproul 


Evelyn 


Middlesex, E R .. 


Henry Bray 


Flesherton Station 


Grey S R . 


Wm Purty 


Everett 


Simcoe, S R 


W. M Lockhart 


Fletcher 


Kent 


Patrick T. Barry 


Everett 


Victoria . ... N B 


G L Everett 


Fletcher s Station 


Halifax N S 




Eversley 


York. N R 


John McMullen 






William Gray 


Everton 


Wellington S R 






Rimouski 


Auguste Caron 




Middlesex N R . 


David Johns 


Flinton 


Addington 


E J Matthews 


Factory Dale 


King s N S 


Robert R. Ray 


Flodden 


Richmond Q 


Gilbert Stalker 


Fairbank ... 


York, W R 


F. McFarlane 




Waterloo. N R ... 


Isaac Devitt 



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POST OFFICES IN" CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTOKAL BIS I RICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT POSTMASTER. 




Middlesex, W R. 
Carleton N B 


John \. Young 
S. G. Burpee 
John Lorely 
John E. Flowers 
G. Walkinshaw 

John McLean 
D. F. Layton 
Louis Bouchard 
R. Fraser 
Danson Kinsman 
John Forbes 
Chas. Walker 
J. J. Sweetman 

Peter McKellar 
Oliver Forester 
John Currie 
William Breeze 

H. C. Gifford 
D. Thomson 
J. Kierstead 
A. R. Watson 
Enos Marr 
F. X. Messner 
J. G. Bryson 
Alex. McKenzie 
Jas. J. Kelley 
A. McDonald 
George Lewis 
C. S. Crowe 
J. B. Fortier 
J. A. Hiltz 
Chas. E. Baker 
Wm. Winder 
F. S. Simpson 
Miss C. Vic Vicar 
J*mes McCool 
E. H. Carr 
C. B. Ingles 

Mrs E J Trafton 
Albert B. Hooper 
Peter Fraser 
Thomas Payne 
Fabien Landriau 
Jno Williamson 
E. W. Ashley 
John Nickerson 
Eustache Burke 
Archd. Robertsor 
James Hadden 
John Campbell 
Charles Parant 
Mrs.J.L Hatfleld 
Dan l Foran 
Neil Stewart 
M. Fitzgeiald 
Oliver Cl irk 
John Chapman 
George Fianks 
Win. Maguire 
Wm. Cantwell 
E. Me E wen 
Andrew Parker 
Alex. Fraser 
John Fraser 
J. McD.mnell 
Josiah Robertson 
N. Frechette 
P. McPeake 

J. 0. Sullivan 
John Weeks 
John Ross 
J. W. Freeman 
J. W. Eldridge 
Miss H. Passan 
D. Auld 
Seneca P. Hope 
Henry Shannon 
G. E. Armstrong 
Mrs.C McDonald 
Jane McKay 
A. McDonald 
D. McTwain 


French Village 


Drummond Q 
Queen s P E it 
King s . . N B 


Mi.ss M.A.Pothier 
C. Mclntyre 
George Beatty 
J. S Brine 
Rv.W.M. Leblanc 
Wm. M^rriU 
Arthur Roberts 

Philo England 
Richard Francis 
Mrs. M. Fuller 
Georsre Cann 
John Fulton 
J.C. Parry 
R. K Morrison 
Thnmas O Donell 
Edward Simpson 
J. P. Gagnon 
John White 
J G. Whvte 
G. H. Gal linger 
M. L. Mclver 
Win. Quarrie 
Wm. Stewart 
D. F. Britton 
\. Lightbody 
James Dyer 
A . ilaione 
Wm McKenzia 
W.R Cu ningh m 

Wm. Wallace 
Gcorje McKenzie 
Dennis Cross 
.J. Bte Pelletier 
John Koulston 
R G Stewart 
N. Garrett 
John Hershy 
Jas. Godfrey 
Thomas Jacques 
John J. Annet 
W. Lowellin 
C. E. Langin 
E. A. Davison 

Felix Uentes 
W. H. Gavel 
M. Frame 
E. McCallum 
James Aanand 
Keuben Smith 
Wm. F. Ritx-hie 
i}. A. Hooker 
James Gordon 
L. Bninelle 
Luke Day 
W. Wightman 
L Goodeuow 
Increase Bullock 
James VIcIunes 
J. R. Bourchier 
Charles Newman 
T. B. Suider 
S. P. Fillmore 
Selina J. WIdon 
George J. Me Sean 
John McNnl 
John Glenn 

Robr,. Donahue 
John D. Gilbert 
Thos. Machonchy 
Mar. Brownridga 
x. McLennan 
Wm. A. Stevens 
R. A. McDonald 
Aiex. McDonald 
Hector McNeil 
F. Fridriksson 
L. McMurray 
R Watson 
John L. Logie 
R. W. Harrison 
K. Kennedy 
Chug. H. Jones 
Mrs. S. Atkinson 




Morenceville, East... 
Flowers Cove 


Carleton N B 


French Village 
French Village 


Queen s N B 


Halifax N S 


Foley 
Folly Lake 


Ontario, S R 
Jolchester N S 
Colchester N S 


Inverness N S 
Elgin, W R 
Huntingdon Q 
Sheflford Q 




Folly Mountain 
Folly Village 




Colchester N S 


Frost Village 


Fontenelle 


Gaspe Q 


Fult ird 




Fontenoy 


Richmond Q 




Perth S R 


*F<mthill 


Monck . . .., 


Fuller 


Hastings, N R ... 
Went worth, S R. 
Queen s N B 
Victoria, N R... 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Perth N R 


Forbes 


Colchester. .X.. N S 
Kent ... N B 


Fulton 




Fulton Brook 




Huron, E R 
Huron, W R .. .. 


Fordyce 




Forest 


Lambton, W R.... 
Renfrew, N R.... 
Kind s PEI 


Gad s ilili 


Forester s Falls 
Forest Hill 




Queen s N B 




Victoria N B 


Forest Mills 






Kent N B 


J?oreston 


Carleton N B 


Galetta 


Lanark, N R 
Stormont ... 


Forestville 
Forfar 
Forks 


N orfolk, SR 
Leeds, S R 








"Gait 


Waterloo. S R. ... 
Ontario, N R 
Leeds S R 


Forks, BaddecK 
Forks Road 


Victoria K S 
Monck O 








Bruce E R . 




Wellington, C R.. 
Durham, E R ... 
Fronteuac 




Pontiac .. Q 


Garden Hill 
Garden Island 


FT; Alexander 
Fort Augusius 


Lisgar M 
Queen s PEI 
Selkirk . . . . M 


Pictou N S 


Fort Elliee 




\lgoma ... 


*Rrt Erie 


Welland .. 


Gardiner Mines 
Gardner s Creek ... 
Garfield 


Cape Breton ... N S 
St. John N B 
Queen s P B I 
Chateauguay Q 
L Islet Q 


Fort Frances 


K 


Fortierville 


Lotbiniere Q 


Forties Settlement... 
Fort La.vrence 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Cumberland NS 
Albsrta N W T 
Saskatchewan Ter. 




Fort McLeod 
Fort Pitt 




Hal.Jimand 


Garnet 


St. John N B 
Grenville, S R ... 
Welland 


Fort William 


Fort William 




Garrison Road 
G. irryovven 
Garthby Station 
Gaspe Basin 


.Fort Saskatchewan . 
Foster 
Foster s 


Saskatchewan Ter. 
Brome .. Q 
Lunenburg. ... N S 
Victoria N B 
Richmond N S 


Grev, N R 
Wolfe Q 


Gaspe Q 
Kind s P K 1 


Foster s Cove 






Four Falls 


Victoria . . N B 




King s .... N S 


Four Mile House . . 


Halifax N S 


Gaspereaux Station 


Queen s N B 


Prescott .. 


Provenchor M 
Yarjnouth N 8 


Fowler s Corners ... 
Foxboro 


Peterboro W R. 
Hastings, E R ... 
Ga^pS .. Q 




Gay s River 


Colchester N S 
\orthurnbeiTd.N B 
Halifax N S 


Fox Bay 


Fox Creek 


Westmoreland N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Simcoe, E R 
Lisgar M 
Gaspe Q 
Cumberland ... N S 
Renfrew, 3R....O 
Richmond...^.. N S 


Gay s River Road .... 
Geary 
Gelert 


Fox Harbour 


Sunbury N B 
Victoria, N R ... . 


Foxmead 


Foxton 
Fox River 
Fox River 






Argenteuil Q 
Nlcolet Q 




FoyoDunt 




(Jape Breton ... X S 
King s P E 1 
Halton 


Framboise 




Franconia 
Frankford 


M.nck 
Hastings, W R... 
Victoria, S R 
Durham, E 11. ... 
Huntingdon Q 
Lanark, S R 
Brockville 




Stanstead Q 
Antigonishe ... N S 
York, NR 




Frank Hill 


* G&wgina 


FranKlin 


Franklin Centre 




Waterloo, S R ... 
Albert N B 
Essex, S R 
Lunenburg... N S 
Guysboroiigh N S 
Grey E R O 






Frankville 


Gesto 
Getson a Point 
Giant s Lake 




Ontario, N R 
Antigonishe... N S 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Poterboro , W R. 
Lgvis Q 
York N B 


Fraser s Grant 


Fraser s Mills 












Gilbert Cove 
Gilbert s Mills 
Gilford 


Diirby N S 
Prince Edward... 
York, N R 
Haldimaad O 
Victoria N S 


Frtdtricton 
Fredericton Junction 
Fredericton Road ... 
Fredericton Station. 
Freelton 


Sunburv N B 


Westmoreland N B 
Queen s P E I 


Gill mder s Mount n 
Gillies Hill 


Wontworth, N R. <-> 
Halton 


Bruce, N R 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Victoria N S 
Victoria N S 






Digby N S 


Gillies Point 
Gillies Point East ... 
Gioili 




Waterloo, S R ... 
Prince PEI 


Freetown 


Lisgar M 
Middlesex, E R... u 
Victoria N B 


French bay 


Bruce, N R 




French Lake 


Sunbury N B 




Marquette M 
Bruce, W R 
Durham, E R ... 
Victoria, S R O 
Wentworth, S R. 


French River 


Pictou . N S 




French River 


Queen s P K I 
Cape Breton.. N S 
I Cape Breton ... NS 




French Road 




French vale 


G Ian ford .. 



[242] 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



75 



POST OFFICE. 


SLEOTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 





Hasting, NR.... 
Middlesex, S R... 
3rey, SR 
Ontario, W R.... 
Oarleton N B 


0. Lurnmis. jun. 
John Turnbull 
Richard English 
Benjamin Parkei 
Hugh Miller 
W. S. Ruttan 
Ira A. Rosebush 
Alex. Robertson 
Hugh Cameron 
Wm. Murphy 
Mrs. A. Andersoi, 
Seth Riekaby 
John McLean 
\j. S. Becker 
Orofton J. Gilroj 
. Duncan 
Seorge Hunter 
VI. N. Stephens 
S. J. Fryer 
I. McDonald 
1. Meagher 
fas. Mclsaac 
S. T. Young 
A.. B. McDonald 
Andrew Boyd 
A. Baughart 


Goldstone 


Wellington, C R, Mrs. J Gibbons 
King s N BjJ.LB.Flewelling 
Daileton N B 




Jondola Point 


Glascott 


Gooderham 


Peterboro , E R... Cnas. Way 
Ontario, W R M. Chapman 
St. John N B Mrs. F. Trafton 
3t. John N B Joshua Prescott 
King s P E I M. McDonald 




Goodwood 




Addin^ton 


loosrberry Cove ... i 
Joose Creek 
Goose River 




Peterboro , E R... 
Wellington, R.. 
Antigouiahe ....N Si 
jluucester N B 






Gordon 


Essex. SR J. S. Smith 




Gordon Mills 


Castings, N R ... O 
Carleton N B 


Fred. Ford 
Klijah Brooks 
ttrsShaughnessy 

Alex. Irving 
Wm. East 
Mrc. S. Bailey 
Dcilin McKenzie 
Henry Besanson 
K. A. Robinson 
Oonald Sinclair 
Geo M. Germain 
C. W. Ross 
R. Cowan 
T. D. Thomas 
Joseph Bittschen 
Thos. M. CarsweU 
Wm. McKenzie 

Patrick Grace 
J. Gillard 
Miss H. Shea 
W. H. Bowles 
Mrs. Ann Cash 
Peter Lamphier 
Sim. Diamond 
George Vlttie 
Mrs McPherson 
(). Blauchard 
David Hamm 
John Ironside 
0. Tremblay 
W. Robertson 
Jos. Payment 
.lharles Esnouf 
Jean Bte Seneca 
Neil McPhail 
Theophile Roux 
.1. L Champagne 
J. Doucette 




Huron, E R 
Victoria, NR 
Antistonishe ... N S 
Dundas 


Gordoni-ville 




Gordonville 


Wellington, N R. 
Hants N S 




lore 




Gore Bay 


Algoma 


Glen Buell 


Brock ville 


Gore s Landing 
loring 
Gormley 


Northumb d,W R 
3rey, E.R 
fork, E R Oi 
Huron, E R 








Frontanac 




simcoe, S R 
Middlesex, W R, 




Goshen 


Albert N B 




Qoshen 


Suysboro N S 


Glen Core 
Glen Colin 


luysboi-o N S 
Elgin, E R 
King s P E I 




Gould 




Gould Station 


Compton Q 






Jourock 


Wellington, S R. 
Wellinston. N R. O 


Glen dale 


nverness NS 
Middlesex, E R . 


Gowanstown 


Glendale 


Goer Point 


Renfrew, N R ... 


Glendale 


Marqnette M 
Selkirk M 


W. F. Sirett 
J. F. Armstrong 
W McDonald 
J H. Dickson 
Wm. Jordan 
Michael Lavin 
A. L. Morehouse 
Wm MeKersic 
John Mi D<>nnell 
David Graham 
James Hamilton 
Peter McMillan 
Wm. McAmmon 
Henry Robinson 
J. Rockimjham 
Ghas. Williams 
J. Mel. Fraser 
Nathan Manson 
John G. Smith 
John Fleming 
John Murray 
Alex. E. McRae 
Loui Dubois 
G. Pritchett 
Thomas Fetly- 
X. Orchard 
James Porter 
C. McGillivray 
W. T. Robinson 
Geo. T. Iveson 
C J. McRae 
Louis Dubois 
Levi J. Hixon 
Quartees Smith 
Donald Campbe! 
E Kllis, jun. 
William Stewar 

C. L. Owen 
John Mclsaac 
Robert Gibson 
, James Greaves 
D. J. Deruchie 
John Martin 
Charles William 
Arch. Moore 
A. E. Allen 
J. G. Goble 
N. A. Comeau 
A. Dickson 
1 Walter J. Lake 
> Wm. Goff 
; Peter Brennan 
I Alex. Wells 
> Frederic Hugly 
! G. Campbell 
[ D. McDonnell 
i Neil McQuarrie 
i M. McLean 
i Benjamin Kedd} 
> Wm. Ogle 

[2 


Gowland Mountain. 
Gowrie 


Albert N B 
Perth, S R 


f ,, , o .... 


Inverness N S 
Grey, SR 

Guv*boro N S 


Gracefield 


Ottawa Q 


<Jletiedc?ii 




Northumb d.W R.O 
Carleton N B 






Kinf s P E 1 


Grafron 


King s NS 


Glen Farnham 
Glen Farrow 


Srome Q 
Huron, E R 
[nverness . . . . N S 
Pictou N S 


Graham s Road 
Grahamsville 


Queen s PEI 
Peel 0| 
Shefford Q, 




Glengarry Station ... 




Shefford Q 


Simcoe, N R, C 
Simcoe, N R . ... C 
Muskoka&PSd. 
Ottawa Q 


Grand Anse 


Richmond N S 
Gloucester NB 
King s N B 


Glen Huron Station 
Glenila 




Grand Bay 




Grand Bend 


Lambton, E R.... 
Chicoutimi Q 
Bonaventure. . . . Q 
Two Mountains . Q 
Gaspe ~ Q 


Glen Lloyd 






Glen Major 


Ontario, W R.... 
Halifax N S 


Grand Cascapedia ... 
Grande Freniere 


Glen Margaret 


N orfolk S R 






GrenvilK , S R ... 
Brant, N R 


Grande Ligne 


St. John s Q 






Gasjie Q 






Champlain Q 






Grandes Coudfies. ... 
G r and Etang 


Beauce Q 






Inverness N. S 
Gaspe Q 




Cariboo B C 


Grande Vallee 
Grand Phils 


Louis Fournier 
Patk. McMillan 
W. Roach 
R. E. Foster 
Raphael Leger 
D. McDonald 
Rev.J. Fo -irmond 
George Nichols 
H. C. Seelye 
D. McDongall 
Donald Gillies 
Mrs. R. McNiel 
Strphen McNeil 
Thomas Souey 
J. W Borden 
Joseph 0. Sirois 
F. Vi lette 
H. Murchisou 
8. McDonald 
Wm. Dynes 
J. S. Drisroll 
J. Edmonstone 
Abram Grant 
John C. Munro 
James Grant 
Neil Fraser 
Henry Harvey 
Edw. Henry 
F. R. Troop 
Hugh M. Irvine 
R. Ballantine 
G. M. Marshall 
P. Grattan 

John Crawford 
J. P. Cockburn 
Mark Graystock 
Adam B. Copp 






Victoria N B 




Simcoe. E R 
Nortbumbil d, N B 
Antigonishe ...N ! 


Grand Falls Portage. 
Grand Harbor 


Victoria N B 


Git n Porter 


Charlotte N B 
Kent N B 






Glen Robertson 


Grandigue Ferry ... 
"Irandin 


Richmond N S 


Hastings, W R... O 


Saskatchewan Ter. 
Halifax N S 




Grand Lake Station 
Grand Marian 


Glen Sandfield 
Glen Oak 




Charlotte N B 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
;Vict ria N S 


Middlesex, S R... 
Norfolk, S K 
l>ictou N 8 
Grenville, S. R... C 


Grand Mira, North. 
Grand Mira, South.. 
Grand Nanows, S.... 
Grand Sairows 
ftrfind Patoos 




Glenshee 
Glen Smail 


filfin Sfpwttr 1 - 


lORsnn ... ... 






Grand Pre King s N8 


Glen Tay 


Lanark S R 


Grand River )Gasp6 , Q 


Glen Uig 


Antigonisbe... N S 


Grand Kiver Victoria N B 




Grand River 


Richmond N S 
Queen s P K I 


Gleu Wnlker 


Middlesex, W.R. 


Grand Tracadie 




Card well 


Glen William 


King s P E 1 


Gianite Hall 


Muskoka 


Glen Williams 


Halton C 


Grant 
Grant 


Russell 
Westmoreland, N E 
Dundaa 


Glen Willow 


Middlesex, W R, C 
Yarmouth N S 
Brant N R C 








Granton 


Middlesex, N R... 
Pictou N S 










Eluron, W R C 


Granville 


N Westminster.B C 
Queen s P E I 




Granville 


Goff 


Halifax N. 5 


Granville Centre .. 
Granville Ferry 


Annapolis N S 
Annapolis N S 
Mnskoka& PS d.O 
Went worth, S R. 
Northum N B 


Golden Grove 
GoMen Grove Mills 
Golden Lake 


St. John N I 
St. John N.I 
Renfrew, N R ... C 
Carleton N I 


Qrassy s Corners . .. 
Grattan 


Go den Ridge 


Golden Stream .... 


Marquette > 
Guysborough... N J 




Renfrew, S R . ... 


Gravel Hill 


Goldfleld 


* Gravenhurst Simci e. E R 


Gold River 


Lunenburg N S 

Essex. 3 R ( 


^raystock 
QreatShemogue 

431 


Peterboro , E R... C 
Westmoreland N t 


Goldsmith 





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[1885. 



POSTOFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Great Village 


Colchester N S 
Ontario, N R 
Algoma 
Brockville , 


Robert Dill 
Edward Phoenix 
John Skippe 
R. E. Poster 
A. McDougald 
Chomas WakeBi 
J E. Tibert 
Hobert McKeuzit 
A. W Sutherland 
Mrs. J. McKenzii- 
J. A Mason 
S. Hawthorn 
Calrin Reynold? 
M. Ellis 
Wm. Foulds 
ieorge April 
P. R Hoover 
John Lynch 
Daniel Dart 
R. Legate 
Andrew Black 
George Blair 
J. Fitzgerald 
Isaac O Brien 
r. S. Forshner 
W. J. Wilson 
P. W. McEwen 
A. L. B. McKie 
Thos. Bowman 
M. Foster 
VI. Gleeson 

Rev. A. G. Greer 
Wm. Grtgory 
A. Greig 
flenry Parr 
Richard Routh 
Kdwm Pridham 
Thns. Nichols 
/. H Hoffmen 
W. J. Mellow 
Chos. Thirlwall 
James Campbell 
W. B. Orde 
James Marshall 
Thomas Kelly 
lacob A. Griffin 
Peter Maloin 
0. A. Dawson 
H. K. Nelles 
Voah Phelps 
W. <i. Leslie 
A. 0. Leitch 
i<\ X. Thibodeau 
[. A.Lovitt 
Joseph Ross 
Samuel O Neil 
A. McAlinden 
W. E. Godfrey 
Vlonzo Ruble 
Solomon Knox 
i Chrirttopherson 
tf. Gneguen 
David Stirton 

J. Guild 
W. Waugh 
John A. Doane 
Fuo. H. Gunter 
0. Livingstone 

S.J.Cunninghan 
Robert McKay 
C. Watton 
E. Grond 

Charles Hager 
W. Milliken 
W. Dillon 
W. H. Hains 
Dudley Moore 
Wm Hamilton 
Geo. C. Belts 
John Dij;den 
John Jamieson 
Wm. Fisher 
Mrs. Fullerton 


Halfway River St.... 
*IJaliburton 


Cumberland ....N 8 
Peterboro , E R, 
Halifax ... N S 


John F. Young 
H. W. Blackadar 
E. T. Kenney 
Mrs. M. A. Clark 
Hugh Dunn 
S. Purser 
John J. Ciowe. 

Wm. Hall 
D. W. Brown 
E. Bean 
Joseph Wallace 

James Moore 
H. N. Case 
Chas. Stewart 
F. M. Hamilton 
John Argall 
J. Hamilton 
John Jreene 
W. Fowler 
W . H. Leef 
G T. Schuck 
Geo. H. Clark 
Henry Byer 
H. Elliott 
B. W. Cameron 
WJ.Flewwelling 

G. Johnston 
Charles Stewart 
Mrs. T. Cowie 
T. S. Qoppinger 
A. D. Lockhart 
Wm. Davison 
Wm. Legher 
Edward Corbett 
Alex. Mclsaac 
D. B. Parker 
Mrs. A.R.Hutton 
Thomas Tapping 
V. Harding 
Robert Noble 
Mrs. J. Grant 
D. G. Herrington 

Wm. Gorman 
F. T. Cox 
J. D. Brown 
Thomas Neilans 

Austin Spinney 
S. Dunsmore 
Nith. Smith 
Sam l Bailey 
Joseph Warren 
T. N.Hayter 
C. Barr 
M. Me An lay 
John Fraser 
D. B. Campbell 
Mrs. Mary White 
James Galloway 
Oath. Macdonalp 
F. B. McDonald 
Wm. Harrison 
A. McCready 
John McAfee 
S. F. Stewart 
John Duke 
B. W Thomas 
John Crawford 
George Stickney 
B Campbell 
S. H. Shaw 
John Barker 
James Barker 
Wm. Bremuer 
T. Colman 
N 7 eil McKay 
H. Cheuier 
J. M. Stevens 
H. E. Graves 
Donald Rankin 
D. Glendinning 
John Northnv 


Greenbank 


Green Bay 




Hallerton.. . . 


Huntingdon Q 
Hastings, E R ... 
Antigonishe ... N S 
Peterboro , W R, 
Peterboro , E R, 
King s N S 




Glengarry 


Halloway. 




Carleton N B 


Hallowell Grant 




Queen s N S 


Hall s Bridge . 




Colchester N S 
Guysboro N S 
Pictou N S 


Hall s Glen 


Greenfield, St.Marys 
Green Hill 


Hall s Harbour 
Hall s Mills 


Lanark, N R 
N Westrainster,B C 
Com pton Q 




Cumberl,ind....N 8 
Bruce, E R 


Hall s Prairie 


Greenock 


Hall s Stream 




Prince Edward... 
Glocester N B 
Provencher M 
Temiscouata Q 
Ontario. W R . ... 
Victoria N B 


Hallville 


Duudas .. . . 


Green Point ....... 


Halston 


flastings, E R ... 
Pontiac Q 


Green Ridge 






* Hamilton 


Hamilton . 




Hamilton 


Prince P E I 




Hamilton 


Marquette M 


Green s Creek 


Colchester N S 
Grey, SR 


Hamilton Cove. 




Hamil t >n Mountain 


Queen s N B 
Perth N R 




Went worth, N R, 
Glengarry 


Green Valley 


Hammondvale 
Hampshire Mills.... 


King s N B 




Hastings, N R ... 
Cumberland... .N S 
Cumberland.. ..N S 
Middlesex, N R.. 
Kiug s P E ] 


Simcoe, E R 
Oxford N R 




Greenville Station.. 






Hampden 


9rey, S R 
Durham, W R ... 
Queen s PEI 
Kino- s . . .N B 




Greenwich Hill 
Greenwood 


King s N B 


Hampton . . 


Lisgar M 


Hampton 


Greenwood 


King s NS 




York N B 




Ontario,WR 
St. John N B 
Pontiac .... Q 




Peel O 


Greer 
Greer Mount. ...... 


Hanlan 


Lisgar ... ,,M 




Wentworth, S R, 
Grey, S R 
Cumbeiland .. N 8 
Hants N P 




ftiuieo* 1 , E R . 


Hanover 
Hansford. 


Greig 


Bruce, N R 


Grenfsl 
Grenfell .... 


Simcoe, N R 
Assiniboia 






York N B 


Grenville 


Argenteuil ...... . Q 


Harbour au Bouche. 
Harbour Road 
Harbourville 


Antigonishe ...N S 
Antigonishe ...N S 
King s N S 


Gresham 


Bruce, W R 
Provencher M 
Lennox 
Middlesex, S R... 
King s ...N B 


Gretua . 


Gretna. 
Greysteid 




Renfrew, S R ... 




Grev s Mills 


Hardingville 


St. John N B 
Northumb NB 
Hants N S 


Greywood 


Annapolis. ... N S 
drey E R 




Hardwood Lands ... 
Hare wood 


Gribbin 


Peel 


Westmoreland,N B 
Qrev, E R 


Griffin s Corners .... 


Elgin, ER 
Gaspe Q 


ILirkaway 


Harlem 
Ilarley 


Leeds. S R 
Oxford, S R. . 


Griffith 


Renfrew, S R 


^Cfrimsity 


Wentworth. S R. 
Wentworth, SR. 
<3ape Q 




Queen s ... N B 


Grimsby Camp 
Grindstone Island... 
Griswold Station ... . 
Grondines 




Huron, S R ...!.. 




-elkirk M 


Flannony 


King s N a 


Portneuf . Q 


Harmony 


Oxford, N R 


Grosses Coq lies 
Grosses Roches 
Grosvenor 


Mgby NS 


Harmony Mills 
Harold 




Hastings. N R... 
Lanark S R 


iluvsboro N S 
Cariboo BC 




Grouse Crjck 


Harpley 


Middlesex N R... 
Middlesex, E R... 
King s PEI 


Grovesend 
Grove Mills 


Elgin, E R 
Bithwell O 


Harrietsville 


Head of Cardigan... 
Harrigan Cove 
Harrington, East ... 
Harrington, West ... 
Harrisburg 


Groves Point 


Jape Breton ... N S 
Selkirk . M 


Halifax N S 


Grund 


Argenteuil Q 
Oxford, N R 
Brant, NR 
Cornwall ... 


Gueguen 


Kent ...N B 
Wellington, S R. 
Ottawa Q 


*Guelph 




Harrison s Corners . 
Harrison River 
Harrison Settlement 


Guilds 


Kent . ... 


N Westminster B C 
Cumberland... N S 
Wellington, N R, 
Kssex, S R 


Gulf Shore 


Cumberland ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
Hastngs. N R.... 


Gunning Cove 
Gunter 




Ilarrowsmith 


Addington 




Vorfolk, N R 
Uuysboro N S 
Guysb >ro N S 
Haldimand 


Hartfell 


Muskoka APSd. 
Norfolk NR 
Cumberland ...N S 
flarlfitnn N R 


Guysborough 


Hartford 


Guysboro Intervale. 
Gypsum Mines .... 
Hackett s Cove 
Hadlow Cove 


Hartford 


Hartford 


Halifax . N S 




IjvN. .. ... O 


Kartland 
Hartley 


CarMon N B 
Victoria, N R ... 
York. N R 
Addmgton 
Sunbury N B 


*Hagi>,rsville i TTaldimsnri n 


Hagerman s Corners 
Hainsville 


York, K R...;.. .. 


Hartman 

llartflmere .. 




Hainsville , 


Di^by N S 


Hart s Mills .. . 


Hayley Staiion 
Halcombe 


Renfrew, N R. : . 
Northumberl dN B 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Guysboro ,.i... N S 
Guysboro N S 
Colchester N S 
1 Cumberland ...N 8 




Queen s PEI 
Ottawa Q 


Hartwell .... . .. . 


Hal (lane Hill 




Albert N B 


Half Island Cove ... 
Halfway Cove 


Harvey Bank 


Alhart. NR 


Harsey Creek . . Cariboo R C 


Halfway Brook 
Halfway River... 


Harvey Station 
Harvey Hill Mines... 


York NB 


Megantic Q 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



77 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Kent 


George E. Booth 




Queen s N B 


David Gardiner 




Kent 


S. W. White 


Hickson 


Oxford, NR 


Miss S. Vance 




Northumb d WR 


R Drope 


Hi^gins Road ...... 


Prince P E I 


D. A. Morrison 






Thomas Hase 


Hi"h Bluff 




J. A. DrumiDond 


Hassett 


Digby X S 


Byron Hastett 




King s NS 


N. E. Bibhop 




Northumb d E R 


Henry M. Fouldf 


Hio-h Falls 


Renfrew S R .... 


Mrs. M. Dillon 




Cumberland ...N S 




Highfield 


York.WR 


H. Dutchburn 




Albert N B 


J E McQuaid 


Highfield 


Hants N 8 


Mrs. M. Burgess 




Oxford S R O 


J B Powell 




Elgin, W R 


Henry Bell 


Hatfield Point 


King s .... N B 


F. D Ganong 


Highland Oftf-k 


York, E R 


Wm. Tredway 


Hatley 


Stanstead 


J. B. LeBaron 


Highland Village ... 


Colchester N S 


D. Geddes 


Hathaway , , . 


Pontiac . . Q 


Wm. Cosgrove 


Highlands 


Carleton N B 


J. McFarland 




Peterboro E R 


Clark Stone 




AlbertaTer . . . 


W. J. Bunce 




Peterboro , E R .. 


A. V. Fuller 


High Rock 


Ottawa Q 


Wm. Mclntosh 




Di<*by N 8 


J G Nowlan 


Hillandale 


Victoria N B 


Lewis Pickett 




Prescott 


J. G Higginson 


Hillburn 




W. T. Hill 




Simcoe E R 


R G Footer 


Hill Head 




Thomas Pollock 




Waterloo N R 




Hillier 


Prince Edward... 


K. Noxon 


Hawlwy 


Lennox 


John Hildridge 




Lambton, W R... 


Thomas L. Hill 


Hawthorne 


Russell 


A. F. Graham 




Inverness N S 


J. M. McNeil 


Haw trey 


Oxford S R 


C J Treffrey 




Albert N B 


R. E. Sleeves 


Hay ... .. .. 


Huron S R 


John Currelly 




Wellington, S R, 


Wm. Donaldson 


Hay Bay .. 


Lennox 


N. Woodcock 


Ifillsdale 


Simcoe, E R 


Robert Parker 




Durham W R 


Wm Broad 


Hillsdale 


King s NB 


Mrs. J. B. Hicks 


Hayealand .. 


Wentworth N R 


Michael Hayes 


Hill s Green 


Huron, S R 


Chas. Troyer 


Hay field. .... 


Selkirk M 


M. L B. Bobier 


Hillside 


Cape Breton ...N S 


W. D. Hill 




Inverness N S 


Rod. McDoufall 


Hillside 


Albert N B 


P Collkutt 


Haysville 


Waterloo S R 


M Somerville 


Hillview 


Selkirk M 


Wm. Rothwell 


Hazeldean 


Carleton .. 


Adam Abbott 


Hilly Grove 


Algoma 


J. Rutledge 




King s P E I 


Joseph Haley 


Hilton 


Northumb d,E R, 


J. J. McAulay 


Hazel Grove 




Richard Ba^nal! 


Ilinch 


Addington 


Mrs. Wm. Hinch 


Hazelwold 


SelKi.k M 






Carleton 


William Hogg 


Headford 


York E R 






Albert N. B 


John Lawder 


Headingly 


Selkirk M 
Victoria N R 


W. H. Francis 
W A Maxwell 


Hoard s Station .... 


Northumb d,ER,0 


Mrs. J. E. Donald 
Wm. Lepoint 


Head of Amherst ... 
Head of Chezzetcook 


Cumberland ... N 8 
Halifax X S 


F. Beharrel 
Samuel Braden 


Hoath Head 


Grey, NR 
Hochelaga Q 


W.Schwerdfeyer 
James H. Brown 


Head of Hillsboro ... 


King s PET 


D. D. Coffin 




Cardwell 


John Hackett 








Hobart 


Simcoe. E. R 


K. Kennedy 




Halifax N S 






Pictou.. N S 


Wm. Henry 


Head of Jordan River 


Shelburne N S 


H. Harlowe 


Holbrook 


Oxford, S R 


Chas. H. Flood 


Hf-ad of Millstream 


King s N B 


J. A Scheck 


Holderville 


King s N B 


T. J. Crawford 


H. of River Uebert . 
H St Margaret s Bay 


Cumberland... X S 
Halifax N S 


Frank IS. Young 


Holland Harbour ... 


Guysboro XS 
York, X R 


Gideon Flick 
W. H. Thome 


H of St Mary s Bav 


Djgbv N S 


Mrs W H Younp 


Holland 




A. C. Hlland 


Head St Peter s Bav 


Kind s P E I 




Holland s Mills . . 


Ottawa Q 


A. Holland 


H. South River Lake 


Auti^onisho ...N S 


Allen Mclntosh 


ffnllen 


Wellington. N R, 


T. Thompson 


H. Tatamagouche B. 
Head of Tide.... 


Colchester X S 


Wm. Dohson 
James Gillies 


H.-.lly 
Holly Park 


Simcoe, S R 
York, X R 


James Brown 
M. J. O Neill 


Head of Wallace Bay 
H Wallace B (\ Side) 


Cumberland ...N S 


G. H. D. Forshnei 
G-eorge Tuttle 


Holmes Mills 


Queen s P E 1 
Carleton . ...N B 


M. McLeod 


Heaslip 


Selkirk M 


S. A. Heaslip 


Holmesville 


Huron. S R 






Lambton, E R ... 


D, Mclctyre 


Holstein 


Grey, S R 


N. D. McKenzie 


Heatherton 




A Fraser 


Holt 


York, N R 


John Quibell 




Grey E R . . 


Thomas J. Rorkt 


Holton 


Chateauguay . ... Q 


William Hope 


Hebb s Cross 








Bruce. W R 


A. T. Campbell 


Hebron 


Albert . N B 


R Akerley 




Lincoln 


Peter A. Caver 


Hef/ron 


Yarmouth N S 


C Cahan 


Honeywood 


Simcoe. S !"< 


George Lawrence 


Heckston 


Grenville N R 






Muskoka & P S d. 


E G. Hillditch 


Hedleyville 


Quebec . Q 


J.de Blois 


Hope 


Yale B C 


Wirth 




Waterloo, N R ... 


Adam Steiss 


Hope Bay 


Bruce. N R 


,!. Muirhead 


Helena 


Huntingdon Q 


J. McGibbon 


Ucpefield 


Renfrew, S U . ... 


Martin Daly 




Lunenburg \ .~ 


Wm Mailman 


Hope Ness 


Bruce, N R 


Joseph Waugh 


HemisOii 


Dorchester Q 






Queen s P E I 


Felix Murphy 


Hemlock . ... 


Xorfolk. S R 


Edwin Gray 




Bonaventure , Q 


Donald Ross 


Hemming fr,rd 


Huntingdon 


John Me Fee 




Lanark, N R 


John White, jun. 


Henderson Settlem t 


Queen s N B 


Jos. B. Shaw 


Hopeville 


Grey,. E R 




Henderson Settlem t 


Cumberland... N S 


J. Henderson 




Albert N B 


James Wright 


Ilenfryn 


Huron E R 






Pictou X S 




Hendrick .. 


Middlesex S R . 


A R McKellar 


ffopewefl Gape 


Albert N B 


Geo. Milburne 


Hnunigar 


Hants N S 


W. Henni^ar 


Hopowell Hill 


Albert N B 


Chas. L. Peck 


Henry 


Prescott 






Albert N B 


W S Hopper 


Henrvsburg 


St. John s Q 


Wm Cockerline 




Hal ton 


John McMillan 


Hf.nryvdle 


Iberville Q 


F. Lafond 




Victoria, N. R.... 


George Sharp 


Hensail 


Huron S R . . .. 


J. Sutherland 


florning s MiUs 


Grey, E R 


Jno. F. Matthews 


Hepworth 


Grey N R 


Robert Russell 




Cumberland ...N S 


George Reeve 


Herdmau 


Huntingdon Q 


W. Anderson 


Horton Landing 


King s N S 


Fred. G. Curry 


Hereford 


Compton Q 


Mrs A Workmart 




Peterboro , E R . 


Thomas Clark 


Hereward 


Wellington, C R, 


George Brown 




Norfolk, S R 


George Bundy 


Hermon 


Hasting 1 ! X R 


Wm Vic Maun 


House Harbour 


Gaspe Q 


P L. Joncas 


Heron Island 


Restigouche ...N B 


George Dutch 


Housey s Rapids ... 


Ontario X R 


James Housey 




Halifax N S 




Howe Island ....... 


Frontenac 


James O Brien 


*H ,speleT 


Waterloo S R. 


GAO. E. Chapman 


Howick 


Chateauguay ... Q 


Thomas Gobble 


He-sou 


Perth, N R 


W. F. Mack 


Ff ibbarifs Oout 


Halifax N S 


J. E. Shatford 


Hewitt 


Monok O 


J B. Hewitt 


Hudson 


Vaudreuil Q 


Albert Vipond 


Hey worth 


Ottawa Q 


James Walker 


"Hull 


Ottawa Q 


Jas. H Kerr 


Hiawatha . 


Peterboro . E R, 


Wm. Troop 


Hull view . . 


Selkirk.. ,.M 


Wm. Rothwell 



[245J 



78 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




York. WR O 
Welland 


J. Robinson 
James 0. Rose 
Wm. Cole 

Peter McGrath 
Edward McGuire 
Chas. Marshall 
John Gordon 
J. W. Gamsby 
Patrick Garland 
Nat. McKenne 
James F. Hanes 
P. Cassidy 
John Sirr 
David Callaway 
8. Hutchinson 
Jas. P. Hutton 
G. A. Bartlett 
Robert Gurd 
Wm. H. Lough 
W. P. Keirstead 
Robt. Little 
Ed. Malkin 
W. A. Cobb 
N. Inch 
D. McLennan 
Miss E. Sturton 
Fred. Hubby 

Miss Dixon 
S. Somers 
James Moser 
M. Guerin 

John Grant 
Wm. G. Brown 
Joseph Gibson 
James Bels 
John W. Hunt 
J. W. Burke 

H. Armstrong 
Alva Corrigan 
P. X. Robichaud 
Miss Sarah Begp 
George Barclay 
D. I. Ennis 
George Graham 
H. Horseman 
N. Coverley 
Richard Aviss 
Daniel Mahn 
A. Neelands 
J. E. George 
Luke Hughes 
J. M. Courtrighl 
Edmund Roche 
Wm. Henderson 
Mrs. S. Munroe 
Ira Porter 
M. McDonald 
John Campbell 
John Larracey 

Mrs. McCrumb 
D. Campbell 
Jas. McDonald 
Henry J. (Me 
Adam Horkness 
S. B. Thurber 
Wm. E. Bishop 
Thos Irwin 
A. McMillan, jr. 
S. R. Giffln 
R. H. Wilford 
Edward Wilson 
A. Perron 
Louis Lavole 
A. Barbeau 
Rev. V. PHnguet 
Julian Monpetit 
A. Peladeau 
Louis A. Bertrand 
Thomas Musson 
Wm. Mclver 
Wm. B. Tanner 
I. T. l*mnox 

[2- 


Jackfish Bay 




W. J. Kane 
Wm. Jackson 
Thos. Harness 
A^aph Robinson 
Thos. E. Everett 
Jas. Simonson 
Jno. B. Jackson 
Win. J.Ostrauder 
Jas. McDonald 
Edward Snell 
John Burn 
Robert C. Caie 
M. Johnson 
Charles Jarratt 
Mrs. Urania Sill 
Chris. Richard 
Alf x. George 
D M tehell 
J. W. Gain 
W. McL. Sharp 
N. B. Cottle 
D. Patterson 
R. Campbell 
Michael Cahill 
A. Hendershot 
William Gray 
C. Young 
Lewis Cavis 
Wai H. Randall 
A E. Malonnon 
Win. Johustone 
Geo. Reisie < 
R C. Garner 
David Spencer 
P. Gormley 
S. C. Perry 
Chas. Smith 
John Boyd 

L. Desauniers 
Hilaire Gagnk 
G. McFayden 
Thomas Kenny 
0. Brassard 
Clark Snnre 
John Downie 
David G. Smith 
Joseph Budd 
Jos. Schwartz 
Robert Joynt 
Francih E. Judd 
D McDonald 
George McKay 
Jas. McCorilie 
Arthur Graham 
R. McClinchy 
B. F. Dunham 
Albert J. Venn 
Cyrille Bedard 
C. G Lindsay 
Win. Worden 
Wm. Robinson 
K St. Jacques 
W. E. McDonald 
S. C. Kenny 
E. Simpson 
J. B. Mel unes 
A. J. O Xeil 
R. F. Keith 
G. P. Hughes 
W. Campbell 
John Mather 
.1. M. Dunston 
B A. Keith 

R. McNab 
P. Ferguson 
John Kelly 
Miss H. Osborne 
Peter MacFarlane 
R. J. Harrison 
G. Vanstone 
E. P. Freeman 
K. Mc.Kenzie 
Hugh Cam*- ron 
Thos. ArmHtrong 
A. S. Hingley 






Cumberland . . N S 
Grey, MR 
King s . . . N S 


Hunter s Home 
Huutor s Mountain. 
Hunter s River 


Queen s N B 


Jackson 
Jackson Road 


Victoria N S 


Queen s P El 




Carleton NB 
Carleton N B 


Mskinong6 Q 
Huntingdon Q 
Huron, B R 
tiherbrooke Q 
Lanark, N R 


Jacksonville .. .. 




Jacksonville 


Cape Breton. . N S 
Elgin E R . . O 


Huntingfield 


Jaffa 


Huntiugville 


James River . 


Antigonishe. . .N S 
Huron, E R O 
Durham, E R 
Gloucester .... NB 
Muskoka & P Sd. 
Simeoe, E R 
Haldimand 
Grenville, N R... 
Richmond N S 
Halifax N S 




Jamestown 


Haul s Point 


Queen s N S 


Janetville 


*HuntsvilU 


Muskoka &P S d. 
Kussell 


Hurdman s Bridge . 




Huskoka & P S d. 
Wellington, C R, 
Halifax N S 


Jarrett s Corners. . . 




Hutchiuson Settle t 


Jasper 


Peel 


Jauvrin s Harbour.. 
Jeddore Oyster Pd s 
Jefferson 


Hybla 


Hastings, N. R... O 
Middlesex. E R... 
Durham, E R ... 
Queen s N B 


Hyde Park Corner... 
Ida 


York, W R 


Jeffry 


King s .. NB 

Queen s N B 


Ida 






Middlesex, E R.. 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Keewatin Ter 






Ilfrac jmbe 


Jericho . 


Lauibton, E R.... O 








Queen s N B 




Brant, N R ... . 


Indian Brook 


Victoria N S 


Jessopville 
Jocelyu . . , . . . 


Grey. SR 

Algoma 


Indian Ford 


Marquotte M 
Halifax N S 


Indian Harbour 


Jock Vale 
Joggin Bridge 


Carleton 

Digby NS 
Cumberland ...N S 
Grey, N R 
Colchester NS 
N. Westminster BC 
Huron S R 




Assiuiboia Ter .... 
Charlotte N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Umenburg N S 
Peterboro , E R, 
Prince P E I 


Indian Island 


Indian Mountain ... 


Johnson 
Johnson Crossing... . 
Johnson s Landing. 
Johnson s Mills 








Hauts N S 


Johuston s River ... 


Queen s PE1 


Indian Town 


St. John N B 
Oxford. S R 
Annapolis. . .. N S 
Victoria, N R.... 
Victoria N S 




Compton . . Q 






Carleton N B 




Jolicure 


Westmoreland, N B 
Joliette . . . Q 




*Jnliette 




Halifax N S 


Joly 


Provencner . M 


Inistioge 


Grey, ER 
Dundas 


Johnson s Mills 
Jones Falls 


Westm(,rland..NB 
Leeds, S R O 




Gloucester N B 




Chicoutimi Q 




Oxford, N R 
Simeoe, S R 
Lanark, S R 
Welland 






Innisfil 




Shelburne N S 




Jordan Statiou 


Internat nal Bridge 


Simeoe, N R 
Waterloo, S R ... 
Ottawa Q 


Westmoreland.N B 
Froutenac 


Josephsburg 








Wellington, C R. 
Bruce, W R 




Sijncoe E R .0 






Inverness N S 
Cape Breton . . N S 
Lambton, E R 
Sunbury N B 




Bruce, N R 
Mtjgantic Q 
Prince P E I 


Juniper Mount 


Inverness 


Juvenile Settlement 
Kagawocg 




Lambton, ER 
Elgin, W R 
Elgin, WR 
Dundas 




Kaladav 


Addington 


lona Station . .. .... 


Kamloops 
KcnnouTctsk& 


Yale B C 
Kamouraska Q 






Yarmouth N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Sitncoe, N R 
Westmorelund.N B 
Victoria, NR....O 


Kars 


Irish Cove 




King s N B 






Assiniboia Territ ry 
Stanstead Q 


Irishtown 


Katevale 


Iron Dale . , 




Muskoka &P S d. 
Ottawa Q 


Iron Hill 


Kazubazua 


Iron Mines 


Inverness N S 
Pictou . N S 


Kay Settlement. . . . 
Keady 
Kearney 


Westmoreland, N B 
Grey, N R 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Westmoreland N B 
Cardwell 


Iron Ore 




Ottawa Q 






Keats 








Irviag Settlement... 


Albert N B 


*Kene 


Peterboro , E R, 
K 


Kent 




.Isaac s Harbour 


Gnysboro N S 
Guysboro N S 


Keith 


Both well 
King s N B 


Isaac s Harbour(e,8.) 


Keith. 




Keith 


Compton . Q 


Islay 


Victoria, NB.... 


Keithley Creek 


Cariboo .... B C 


Isle aux Coudres ... 
Isle aux Grues 


Asrfniboia Territ ry 
Queen s P E I 
Yarmouth N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Norfolk, NR 
Grey, N R 
Queen s N S 


Montiaagny Q 
Jacques Cartier Q 
Berthier Q 


Kelly s Cross 


Kelly s Cove 
Kelso 






Vaudreuil Q 


Kelvin 


Isle Perrot, nord .... 
Isle Vevte 


Vaudreuil Q 


Kemble 
Kempt 


Temliooukta Q 
York W R 


Islington 




Victoria N S 




Middlesex, S R... 
Hastings. S R ... 
gimcoe, 8 R .... 


Kempt Road 


Richmond NS 
Hants N S 


Ivanhoe 




Ivy . 


Kempt Town 


Colchester N S 




16] 



1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CAXABA. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Grenville, N R... 
Yarmouth N S 
Durham. W R ... 
Peterboro . E R... 
Beauee Q 


Robert Leslie 
C. R. Reeves 
.T. D. Fallis 
Malcolm Watt 
Qeo. Hartley 
Robert Gordon 
D. McArthur 

John McLean 

R. A. Jones 
J. A. McDonald 
James Kent 
J. A. Langford 
Jos. E. Eaton 
P. Taylor 
Alex. McDonald 
Charles Foster 
D. C. O Connor 
N. R. Nisbett 
R. VanNorman 
Rev.W.L. McKeil 
James Gallagher 
Jacob Walton 
Alex. McQuien 
B W. Stephens 
Val Ratz 
Alex. Robinsou 
B. Kilburn 
0. Vigneault 
Walter J. Cahill 
N. J. Perry 
A. Poison, jun. 
John Kilfoil 
Norton Maw 
Edward Mahon 

P. Lamorandifire 
.Ihas. Bate 
D. Ferguson 
George Sharp 

Jas. Maitland, sr 
D. Mclntyre 
Mrs. M. Munroe 
John Edgur 
James Fleming 
James Kimball 

Allan Fraser 
M. McKendrick 
David Burns 
Benjamin Lloyd 
Jesse Munn 
J. G. McLeod 
Henry Walmslej 
Mrs. Eagae 
Q. M. Croiubie 
Edw. Mosman 
G. A. Hammond 
James Pbelan 
G. M. Hunt 
Geo. A. Evans 
Robert Leith 
J. B. Gordon 
James Keating 

S. W. Teeple 
Q. W. Martin 
James Shannon 
Samuel Foster 
Thomas Harnett 
Joseph LVane 
A.C.Von Busklrh 
J. W. Graves 
James H. Smart 
J.B McLellan 
James C. Leary 
J. Tennant 
James Moriarty 
John Harrison 
Robert Paxton 
James Wilson 
John Nimmo 
James Kinnear 
David Ross 


Kinsman s Corners. 
Kintail 


King s N S 


G. A. Burgess 
Martin Whitty 
Roht. Eldon 
Thomas Watt 
Koberl Mrllis 
Alex. McLeod. 
H. R. Thornton 
Wm. Burril 
Michael O Neil 
Wm McLeod 
John D. Smith 
John Nicholson 
Miss Louisa Read 
John McCurdy 
Thos. Scott 
George Christie 
T. R. Allison 
James B. Klock 
Jas. McDonald 
Wm. Lan grill 
Robert Ricker 
R N. England 
J. F. Tuck 
Thomas Fulton 
D. McKinnon 
John Henley 
Lewis Lint 
Robert H Td 
David Griffiths 
Daniel Everett 
John D. Groh 
Mrs. J. Weldon 
J. F. Doersam 
J. L. Belcourt 
C. Primeau 
Elzear Ouellet 
Mme. Bonneville 
Aristide Rocan 
George Tremblay 
Jos. Brunelle 
G. Villeneuve 
Fabien Caisse 
Victor Port lance 
D. Dunberry 
James Fish 
Geo. L. Meikle 

A. McKinlay 
C. C. Lajeunesse 
Jean Paradis 
G. M. Van Vliet 
R. Sissons 
Thos. McNeely 
Th S. Clemes 
Felis tournier 

J. McGillivray 
John McDonald 
Isaac Heckman 
Angus Mclnnis 
Cnas. McDonald 
Neil McMillan 
Geo. Champoui 
A. Simmons 
F. Leblanc 
Jos. Davidson 
John Shaw, jun 
Win. Killough 
Joseph Begin 
Alex. McKnight 
Miss Sherwood 
W. H. Casement 
C. Howard 
Jno. Nicholson 
A. P. Hudgens 
Charles Crosby 
Charles Griffin 
James E. Brown 
J. Me Daniel 
Myles Young 
B. T. Davidson 
Obed. F. Young 
H. J. Matthews 
J. Seabourne 
David Garland 
H. Hut^hlnson 
L. Fournier 




Huron. W R 
Oxford, NR 
Victoria N B 




Kintore 




Kennebec Line .... 




Huron, S R 
Pontiac Q 


Wellington, N R, 
Russell 








Durham, W.R.....O 
Drumiuond Q 
Victoria. X R.... 




Hants N S 


Kirkdale 


Kennington Cove . . 


Cape Breton.. NS 
Huntingdon. ... Q 


* R irl.-ftfld 


Kirkhill 




Middlesex, E R . 
Pictou N S 


Kirkhill 


Cumberland ...N S 
Carleton N B 
Ottawa Q 








Halifax N S 


Kiik s Ferry 




Kothwell 


Kirkton 


Perth, S R 
Saskatchewan Ter. 
Wentworth, N R. 
York, WR 
Dist. of Nipissing 
Middlesex, W R.. 
Halton 


2entville 


King s N 8 




King s N B 


Kirkwall 




Antigonishe ...N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Albert N B 


Kleintmrg 
Klock s Mills 








Kertch 


Lambton, W R....O 
York, N R 
York N B 


Knatchbull 


Keswick 
Keswick Ridge 
Ketch Harbour 

*Kettleby 




Carleton N B 




Brome Q 


Halifax N S 


Knowlton Landing. 
Knoxford 


Brome Q 


York, N R 


Carleton N B 




Inverness ... . N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Middlesex, N R.. 
Hilton 




Pictou N S 




Kolbeck 


Cumberland ...N S 
Haldimaod 
Middlesex, S R... 
Yale EC 
Algoma . 


Kh va 


Kohler 


Kilbridge 




Kilburn s Lauding . 


Victoria N B 


Kootenay (sub) ...... 
Koran 


Joliette Q 




Prince P E I 




Waterloo, SR.... 
Kent .. N B 


Kildare Station 


Prince P E I 






Kurtzville . . 


Wellington, N R. O 
Yaaiaska Q 
Chateauguay . ... Q 
Chieoutimi Q 


Kilfoil 


Carleton KB 
Simcoe, S R 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Renfrew, N R . . 
Algoma 


La Bate 




Kilkenny Lake 
Killaloe . . . 




La Beauee 


Beauee Q 




La Broquerie 


Provencher . . . M 
St. Johns Q 




Selkirk M 


L Acadie 


Killean ... 


Wellington, S R.. 
Simcoe, S R .... 
Peel 
Lanark. S R 
Middlesex, W R.. 


Lac a la Tortue 


Champ lain ... Q 


Killyleagh 


L Assomption Q 
Jacques Cartier... Q 
Portneuf Q 


Kilmanagh 
Kilmarnock . . . 




La Chevrotiere 
Lschine Rapids ... . 


Kilmartin 


Jacques Cartier . Q 






Kilroy 


Essex SR 


*Lachute .. . . 


Argenteuil Q 
Ottawa ... Q 


Kilsyth 
Kimball 


Grey. N R 
Lambton, W R... 
Grey, E R 
Lanark, N E 
Bruce, W R 


La Conception 


Carriboo B C 


Kimberley 


Lac Masson 


Terrebonne ...... Q 
L Islet Q 








St. Johns Q 


Kincardine ... . 


Victoria N B 


Lac St. Joseph .... 
Ladner s Landing ... 
Lady Bank 
La Fayette 


Portneuf . .... Q 




York. N R 


N.Westmiuster,BC 
Grey. E R 
Bellechasse .... Q 


King Creek 
Kingsborough . , .. 


York, N R 
King s P E I 


Kinglake 


Norfolk, S R 
Huron, W R O 




Simcoe. E R 


Kingsbridge 




Kingsbury 


Richmond Q 




Huntingdon .. . Q 




Lunenburg N S 
York NB 


La Have Cross Roads 
L.ake Ainslie (w. g.) 
Lake Ainslie (e. s.) . 
Lake Ainslie (s. s ).. 


Lunenburg N S 


Kingsclz&T 


Kinuscote 
Kingscroft . 


Grey, E. R 
Stanstead Q 
Drummond Q 
Drummond Q 
Hastings, E R ... 
Marquette M 


Inverness N S 


Inverness N S 




Wolfe Q 


Kingsey Falls 


Lake Beauport .... 


Quebec . Q 


Kingsford 


Lakeburn 


Westmoreland. N B 
Grey, NR O 
Renfrew, N R. ... 
Halifax N S 


Kingsley 


Lake Charles 
Lake Dore 


Kingsley 
Kingsmill 


York N B 
K.lgin. E R 
King s N S 




Lake Etchemin 




*Kingston 


Kingston O 


Argenteuil Q 


Kingston 


King s N B 


LakerMd 


King s N B 


Kingston 


Kent N B 


*Lakrftrld 


Peterboro , ER... 
Lisgar M 


Kingston Mills 
Kingston Station . ... 
Kingston Village.... 
*Kingsvitte 


Frontenae 


Lake Frances . 


King s N S 


Lake George 


York N B 


King s N S 




King s N S 
Yarmouth N S 
Peterboro , ER... 
Cumberland ....N S 
Inverness N S 
Huron E R 


Essex, 8 R 




Kingsville 


Inverness .... N 8 
Victoria, SR 
Saskatchewan Ter. 
Perth, NR 
Bruce W R 


Lkehurst 


King s Wharf. 






Lake Law 






Kinloss 


Lake Opinicon 






Bruce, W R 


King s N 8 


Kinmount .... 


Victoria. NR 
Lambton, E R ... 
Megantic Q 




North umb., E R. 
Lunenburg.... N S 
Albert . N B 


Kinnaird 


Lake Ramsay 


*Kinnear*t Mills ... 
Kinross 


Lake Road 


Queen s P I 
Ontario, W R . ... 




Oxford, NR 
Ottawa . ... Q 


Kinsale 


LakeSt. Mary... 



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ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Kent N B 


3. L. Briggs 

(X C. Parr 
J. Mi Gillivray 
1\ O Donnell 

R. S. Starrat 
Isaac North 
A. S. Randall 
Francois Briere 
John R. Tait 

P. C. Cloutier 
George Kelley 
Orbain TberUuIt 
P. A. Howland 
Edward Earls 

John McLean 
D. F. Mc^herson 
Walter Bills 
V. Brault 
James Smith 
Miss L. Anctll 

Miss M. J Short 
Juste Caouyette 
Mrs. M. Dowlini! 
J. P. Langille 
Henry Wark 
Adam Inues 

John Langstaff 
J. Thompson 
G. M. Lang 
T. D. Lrttour 
Joseph A.Bradle\ 
J. F. Giasson 
P. Potvin 
A. Brotherston 

Ren6 Gagnon 
Harvey Lantz 
*. L. GemJreau 
Auhelme Roy 
Vliss M A. Lavoif 
Calixto Gau hiei 
J. Brosseau 
E. Provencal 
Samuel Wile 
Neil McDonald 
J T. Hubert 
Edward Pelrine 
A. Hamilton 
Henry Baldwin 
L. Guilbault 
John Gibbons 
Wm. Holditch 
Dirtvme Simard 
B. Wartman 
A McClyment 
J. B. A. Latour 
Walter Burton 
Hugh Lipsett 
C. Laurier 
D. J. Walter 
A. Bourget 
John Auolair 
Joseph Charland 
Arch. Browning 
D. Craig 

C. Gagnon 
Wm. Williamson 
John Taylor 
Wm. Battle 
J. W. James 
Samuel J. Hiltz 
A. B. Roy 
W. J. Lawson 
Miss B Rennie 
S. McGibbin 
J. McK. Selkirk 
K. Learned 
George Leask . 
John Sinclair 
John Lucv 


Leclercville Lotbiniere Q 


Joseph Lord 
IF. Symphorien 
JMrs. B. Con ley 
Sarah Jizgens 
H. McCutcheon 
H. Lafaivre 
Alex. Edgar 
A. D. Leblanc 
A. Lehrnsn 
H. Lockhart 
Miss A. A. Storr 
D Johnstone 
A. B. Cameron 
H. Cowan 
John Wilkin 
A Chwger 
W. L. White 
Daniel Clough 
E. W. Abbott 

B. Le Blanc 
H. P. Reynolds 
John Sanders 
D. Morin 
Cleophe Cot6 
Pierre Page 

Mede>ic Savard 
Wm. Tigh 
Geo. Leslie, jun. 
R. Bouilliane 
R*!V. Mr. Peltier 
G. E. Lnhmann. 
James McLean 
J. Gallagher 
Elzear Bedard 
Duncan N Gillis 
Wm. Herkins 
J. G. Taylor 
Jas. Lounsbury 
Stephen MillsJ 
James Lihby 
D. D. Purdy 
Alex. Smith 
Miss J. Fowler 
A. W. Smith 
R. S. Purdy 
D. H. Wbelpley 

James Bruce 
Thos. Scribner 
A. Campbell 
John Newton 
Neil McKinnon 
J. Henderson 
J. H. Barker 
Mi.sn McDonald 
H. B. Mitchell 
Daniel B. Hall 
G. B. Hur>ta-,sen. 
James Allison 
H. Gladraan 
Alex Lindsay 
Ansrus McNeil 
R. McDonald 
M. Donovan 
Joseph Lynn 
Robert Linton 

Robert Y. Fish 
F. W. Stuart 
Peter Glebe 
Daniel Teskey 
James Hemlow 
S. Creighton 
George Moore 
T. H. Harrison 
MrsM.Ballantiae 

W. H. Hacking 
W. C. Lewis 

John H. Christie 
John Broad 
Ambrose Comeau 
Isaac Turner 
T. P. Leeere 




Dist. of Nipissing. 
Pontiac Q 


Le 0. D Artbabaska Arthabaeka Q 
Ledge if!hrint.t TJ H 


LakeTemiscammgue 


Antig.mishe....N S 
Quaen s N B 








Leeds Village 


Me"antic ... Q 




Argenteuil Q 
Carleton N B 


Lefaivre 


Prescotfc , .... 




Lp.frov ... 


Simcoe, S R 


Lakevilie 


King s NS 
Sunbury N B 




Kent .... NB 


Lakeville Corner ... 


Lehman Landing ... 
Leicester .... . 


Algoma 


Wolfe Q 


Cumberland ....N S 
Lennox ... . . 




Hastings, N R ... 
York E B 






Leitches Creek 
Leith 


Cape Breton... N S 
Grey N R 




L Islet Q 


Lambeth 


Middlesex, S R... 


Leitrim 


Russell O 








Lambton Mills 
Lamlash 


York, W R 
Grey, S R 
Middlesex N R.. 
Lanark, \ R 
Glengarry 


Lemieux 


Prescott 


Lemonvjlle 


Ontario, W R.... G 
Richmond ... N S 
Sherbrooke Q 
Charlotte . . . . N B 
L Assomption ... Q 
Charlotte N B 
Annapolis .... N S 
Montcalm . Q 


Lennox Ferry 
* Z&nnnxville 






Leonardville 




Muskoka&PSd. 
Beauharnois Q 
King s N B 






Lepreaux 






Land Villa 


Montmagny Q 


Les Dalles . ... 




Humn, W R 
Peterboro , ER... 
Dorchester Q 


Les Eboulemens 
Les Ecureuils 


Charlevoix Q 




Portneuf Q 




Les Escoumains 
Les Gr. Bergeronnes 






Brant, N R 


.^aguenay 




Lunenberg N S 
N. Westin ster, B C 
N T . Westin ster. B C 
Bruce, W R 
York, E R 


Durham, W R ... 
York, ER 
Saguenay Q 




Leslie 
Les Pet.Bergeronnes 


Langley Prairie .... 


Provencher M 
Ontario, N R 
Charlotte .. . N B 








S orfolk S R .. .. 


L Etete ..... 




Selkirk M 


Letterkonny 


Renfrew, S R . ... 
Levis Q 




Berthier Q 






Leeds S R 




Cape Breton ...N S 
Shelburne N S 
Ontario, N R JO 
Westmoreland N B 
Westmoreland N B 


L Anse & Giles 


Montmagny Q 
Chicoutimi Q 




L AnseauFoin 
L Anseaux GasconH 


l.ewishatn 
Lewis Mountain .... 
Lewisville 


Bonaventure . ... Q 
York. E R 


L A,nse St. Jean 


Chicoutimi Q 
Luaenburg N S 


Libbytowu 




Bothwell 


La Pj trie 


Lieury 


Middlesex. N R... 
Durham, E R.... 
Oariboo .. .. B C 


La Petito Riviere ... 
La P. H. St. tfrariQois 


Quebec . . Q 


LifFord 


Charlevoix. . . Q 


Lillooet . . 


Terrcbonne . . . . Q 


Lily 


Cumberland. . N S 
Kind s N B 




Lily Lake 


La Presentation . 


st. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Lunenburg N S 


Lily Lake 


Algoma 


Lily Oak 


Grey, N R 
King s .... N B 




Richmond N S 
Vlegantic Q 




Lime Hill . 


Inverness N S 
Hal ton 




Guysboro .... N S 


Limehouso 


Lascelles . ... 


Ottawa . . Q 


Limekiln 


Yrk N B 




York, N R 




Hastings, E R. ... 
Wolf Q 




L Assomption Q 
Norfolk, N R 
Munkuka 


Lime Ridge 






Pictou N S 


La Vase . , 


Lincoln 


Sunbury N B 




Chicoutimi Q 










Linden 


Cumberland... N S 
Victoria, S R 
Victoria, SR 
Carleton N B 
Staustead Q 




Grey, S R 


Linden Valley 




Pontiac . Q 




Hants . . N S 


Lindsay . . . 




Wellington, N R. 
L Assomption ... Q 
King s . . P fi 1 


Lineboro 


*Laureritidea 




Cape Breton... N S 


Launching Place ... 




Le>is Q 




York N R 




Montmorency Q 
Berthier Q 


Union s 


Sunbury N B 
Marquette . . . . M 
Waterloo. N R ... 
Bruce. N R 




Liotrathen 


Lavant 


Lanark, N R 
Lanark, N R. ... 
Simcoe S R 


Linwood 


Lion s Head . . .. 






Oxford, NR 
Bruce W R 




Drummond Q 
Queen s N B 


Lisburn ... . 


Lawfield 


Liscooabe 


Guysboro N S 
Guysboro .... N S 
Druuiinond Q 
Simcoe, S. R 
L Islet Q 


Lawrence Station ... 
Lawrence Station ... 
Lawrencetwvn 
Lawrencetown 


Charlotte N B 
Elgin. W R . ... 
Annapolis N S 


Liscombe Mills 
Lisgar Station 


Halifax N S 


l/Islet 


Shefford Q 




Pictou N S 




Queen s N B 




Perth, N R 




Ontario. V R 
Huron, S R 
Essex, S R O 


Little Bass River ... 
Little Branch 


Colchester N S 
Northumb d... N B 
Cape Breton... N S 
Victoria, S R 
Digby N S 






Little Bras D Or .... 
LiMe. Britain, 


Learned Plain 






Ontario. N R 
Wellington, CR.. 
Carleton... ,.. 


Little Brook Station 
Little, Current 
Little Cape.... 






Le Breton Flats... 


Westmoreland, N B 



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ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Little Cupcapedia. . . 
Little Forks 


Bun.-i venture . . . Q 
Kent N. B 


Jos. Robertson 

J. J. McDonald 
Andrew Moonej 
James Stewart 

Oscar Hanson 
J. McDonald 
A. McPhie 
John McNider 
Hush McAskil 
Robert Ross 
Geo. Bartlett 
W. Leeman 

M. H. Coburn 
J. L. Purdy 
P. W. Frost 
T. Me Mullen 
Jas. Anderson 
D. Munn 

Mary Wilson 
JeVome Buote 
P. J. Stacpoole 
Win. Synionds 
Jas LvV -wood 
RobertJfr.vson 
Alaxa^lBr Cowie 
Thos. Moody 
J. McKianon 
J. W. Wood 

Mrs. M. Seers 

J. a. Murdock 
George King 
James Frazer 
D. B. McMillan 
Simon Fraser 
Daniel Robertson 
A. W. BetUune 
D. McDougall 
Robert Storie 
R. Hammond 
W. H. Sparling 
B Ingoldeby 
Alpheua Lock 
John McLean 
D. Logan 
A. J. McKay 
D. Hossie 
Michael Dooher 
W. L Ouimette 
K.. J. C. Dawson 
Chas. Lilley 
James Douglas 
J. C. Spencer 
Jas. 8. Anderson 
E. Turner 
John Secord, jnr> 
Wm. Thomson 
Alex. Fullerton 
James Bender 


Lorraine 


Cardwell 


John Mills 
John McMillan 
M. Bethune 
M. Lemay 
P. Dal ton 
John Doyle 
A. Hardy 
Geo. Clements 
Josiah Powe 
Jas. Conquest 
W. Hayes 

Miss E. Campbell 
P. Trainer 
H. McLeod 
H. McDonald 
Wm. Norton 

Z. Bailey 
Samuel MeOabe 
W. Watchorn 
Miss W. Kennedy 
3. B. Wilson 
L. A. Baribesu 
L. H. Arnold 
Geo. Nadeau 

D. Aitken 
James Fraser 
W. D. Lovering 
Miss C Field 
Isaac Michener 
D. Borndrpau 
.T. F McLarren 
D. McDonald 
A. Kenuedy 
M. Dow 
A. R. McDonald 

Robert Hall 
M. C. Burgess 
Jaques Genais 
Jno. McK^nzie 
Clark Foster 
W. Steev es 
Leo. V. Amiro 

John Broderick 
J. W. Holloway 
George Burns 
Dan l McKinlay 
Chas. FI Kbbett 
J. K. Winchester 
William H Eliot 
Henry Mooney 
Joseph Oxner 
J. MtMieaon 
J. S. Cliff 
Wm. Sharp 
Mrs. S. Johnston 
A. Ctmpbrtll 
John Delaney 
W. T. Fraser 
Chas. A. Hoyt 
S. F. Blackburn 

John Landels 
Joseph McCarthy 
Charle? Miller 
Jas. M. Campbell 
A. Anthony 
Wm. McCharles 

Mrs. M. O Brien 
Geo. Grosvenor 
R. Carman 
W. J. Boomer 
G. A. Fillmore 

Alex. J. McNeil 
Samuel Bigney 
M. D Entremont 
S. K. Mood 
J. H. Dugan 
Wra. H. Lowe 
Angus Me Master 
A. B. Culloden 


Losway Mines 


Cape Breton.... N S 


Little, fflace Bay 
Little Harbour 
Little Harbour 
Little Judique 
Little Lopreaux 
Little Lorraine 
Little Mabou 


Cape Breton... N S 
Kind s P E I 


Lort River 


Lotbiniere 


Lotbiniere Q 


pictou N S 


Lot 1 


Prince P E I 


Inverness N S 


4 


Prince .. P K T 


Charlotte N B 


6 Prince PET 


Cape Breton... N & 
Inverness N S 


8 Prince P E I 


10 Princfl P R T 


Little M6tis 


IX 


Prilli fl .. .. P V, I 


Little -Narrows 
Little Rideau 


Victoria N S 


12.... jPrinc.A PET 




14 


Prince P E I 


Little Ride Alhnrt NR 


16 


Prince P E 1 


L. River(Coverdale) 
Little River (Elgin). 
Little River 


Albert N B 


30... 


Queen s P E I 
Queens P B.I 
King s P E 1 
Kind s P E I 


Albart N B 


35 


Sunbnry N B 
Cumberland .. N S 
Digby N S 
Halifax N S 


1 45 
56 


Little River 


Little River 
Lit.Riv.(Mid.Musq) 


67 


Queen s P E I 
Selkirk M 


Lothair 


Albert N B 




Durham, E R . ... 
Argenteuil Q 
Cape Breton... N S 
Grey, S R 
Maskinongo Q 


Little Sands .. .. 


King s P E I 


Louisa 


Littlo Shemogue .... 
Lit. Shippigan, W 
Little Tignish 


Westmoreland, N B 
Gloucester .... N B 
Prince P E I 


Lnuisburg 


Lonise. 

Lfiuiseville 


Littleton .. ,, .. 


Marquette . . . . M 
Antigonishe .. N S 
Shelburne N S 
Queen s P E I 
Queen s N S 


Louisville 


Little Tracadie 
Littlewood 






Little York 


Lovat ... . Rrilf.H. S H O 


fjiverpnnl 


Lovat 


Pictou N S 
Simcoe, E R 
Offawa . ... O 


Liverpool Market ... 
Livingstone Cove.... 
Lloydlown 


Ontario. WR 
Antigonishe... N S 
York. N R 


Levering 


Low 


Lowbanks . . iMonc.k O 


Lobo 


Middlesex. S R... 
Antigonishe... N S 
Ottawa Q 


Lower Abougoggin. 
tiOweT A.Tgyle 


SVcstmoreland.N B 
Yarmouth N S 
Pictou N S 


Loehaber 


Lochnber Bay 


Lower Barney s Riv. 
Lower Blomldon . ... 
Lower Brighton 
Lower Caledonia ... 
Lower Canard 


Lochalsh 


Huron, W R 
Kinf s N S 


King s .. N S 


Lock hart ville 


Carleton N B 
Guysborough...N S 
King s . N S 






Lochiel 


Gleno-arry 


Lochinvar 
Loch Lomond 


Glengarry 
St. John N B 
Richmond N S 
Richmond N S 


Lower Ctnterbury... 
Lower Cape 


York N B 


Albert N B 


Loch Lomond 


L 3wer Caraquet 


Gloucester N. B 
Pictou X S 


Lochside 


Lower Cariboo Riv. 
Lower Cove 


Loch Winnoch 
Lock nort 


Renfrew, 3 R .... 
Snelburne N S 


Cumberland... N S 
Albert N B 


Lower Coverdale ... 
bower Kast Pubnico 


Lock ley 
Lockton 


Renfrew, N B.... 
Card well 


Yarmouth N S 
Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 


Lockville 


Oundas 


Lower Five Islands. 
Lower Fort Garry... 
Lower Freetown ... 
L. French Village... 
Lower Gagetown . . 
Lower Granville ... 
Lower Hayneville... 
Lower Ireland 


Logan s Tannery 


Pictou N S 


Prince P E I 


Pictou N S 


York N B 




Lambton. W R... 
Leeds, N R 




Lombardy 


Annapolis ... N S 
York N B 


Londesborough 
*L-m / l<vn, 


Huron, S R 






*L r m i i, Er^st 


Middlesex, ER... 
King s N S 


Lower La Have 
Lower L Ardrise ... 
L. Line Queensbury 
Lower Maccan 
Lower Montague . ... 


Lunenburg ... N 8 
Richmond N S 
York N B 


Londonderry Stat n 
Lonesdile ......... 
Lou Creek 


Colchester N S 
King s N B 


Cumberland.... N S 
Kind s P E I 


Queen s P E I 
Queen s N B 




North mb rl d. N B 
North mberl d.N B 
York N B 


Longford Mills 
Ling Island 


Ontario, N R 
King s N3 


Lower Newcastle 
Lower Poquiock 
Low. Prince William 
Lower Prospect 
..ower Queensbury.. 
Lower River Hebert 
L. River Inhabitants 
Lower Sack ville 
Lower Silt Springs- 
Lower Selmah 
L. Set. Mid. River ... 
L. Set. South River. 
L. Ship Harbour .. 
L. Southampton 


L ins Lake 


\ddington 


York N B 


Lo;iglaketon 
Long Point 


Assiniboia Ter. , . 


Halifax N S 


Hochelaga Q 


F. Vinot 
D. Chisholm 
\ndrew Leonard 
W. H. Williams 
Arch. Cousins 
James H. Sprool 
Etienne B-snoit 
Daniel Nicolls 
J. McCullough 
Golden H. Smith 
John N. Smith 
Godfroi Belangei 
Wm. Dearling 
El. Chas. Prince 
W. Wright 
James Jack 
B. D. Adams 
Gilbert Saunden- 
Thos. Fraser 
J. M. S pen co 
T. Morrison 
.Thos. V. Jackson 


York N B 




Inverness N S 
Kino- s N B 


Cumberland ...N S 
Richmond N S 
Halifax N S 


Lon^ Point... . .... 


Long Reach 


King s N B 


Long River 
Long Settlement ... 
Longu .uil 


Queen s P E I 
Carleton NB 
Chimbly Q 


King s X B 
Hants N S 


Victoria N S 
Antieonishe .. N S 

M<ilit -tv N Q 


Lon.;wood Station... 


Middlesex. S R... 
Hastings, E R.... 
Charlotte N B 
Grey. ER 


Lord s Cove 


York N B 


Loree 


Lower St. Mary s.... 
Lower St.ewia.c^e ... 
Lower Turtle Creek 
Lower Wakefield ... 
Lower VVashabuck. 
Lower Wentworth... 
L. West Pubnico ... 
j. Wood Harbour ... 
Lower Woodstock ... 
Lowestoft 
Low Point 


York N B 
Colchester N S 

Alhprf V R 


Loretto 


Card well 


Loretto 


Selkirk M 




L Orignal 


PrrtSCOtt 

Bruce, W R 




Cumberland... N S 
Yarmouth N S 
Shelburne N S 
Carleton N B 
Selkirk M 
Inverness N S 
Halton . ... 






Marquette M 
Pictou N * 




Lome Vale 
Lorneville 


Colchester .... N S 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Cumberland.. N S 




Lowville 



F 



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ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSFMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


lx>zier Settlement ... 


Gloucester N B 
Middlesex, N K. O 
Maiquette M 
Ottawa Q 


Win. Lazier 
William Porte 
F. A. Campbell 
R Blackburn 
M. Campbell 
John Murphy 
Win. Dinnin 
B. W. Fillmore 
F. Kirkpatrick 
Henry M. Jost 
Jas. McCrindle 
A. M. Bunnell 
R. F Ta> lor 
L. Marshall 
E. J. Kutchinson 
N. R. Gardner 
Rinear Haues 
Henry Qreen 
Wm. A. Charlto i 
James E Lewis 
John G. Getchell 
Eben Kdmouds 
A. A. Stewart 

Finlay Wark 
Chiis. King. jun. 
Alfred Kooseau 
J. A. Somers 
G. W. Birney 
J. W. Green 
Daniel Mclsaac 
Nevin Me Alpine 
A. McGillivray 
N. McAulay 
George Leach 
J. P. McMaster 
H. Humphries 
Wm. Lock 
D. N. Smith 
Col. McDougall 

Anselin LeBlanc 
D. Cameron 
Martin McGray 
D. Sieklesteel 
T it. Vardon 
Jos. J. Mclntosb 
J "hn Mclver 
Arch. Mclntyre 
S. Armstrong 
Robt. McKinlay 
John McKee 
John Y. Hovt 
D maldGillis 
Wm. Peverley 
Maurice Whelan 
Ira Hicks 
John B. Davis 
And. Fraser 
Alex. Fraser 

Peter McMartin 
F. McNamee 
D. McPhail 
James Smith 
Henry Rigney 
Hugh McDonald 
D. Beaton 
D. McDonald 
Lewis McKeen 
Robt. D. Roach 
H. Ooodfellow 
J MacDougall 
W. Mackey 
.las. Dunlop 
Jno. McCormarl. 
Wm McGowati 
Jas. Mucnamara 
Louis DSchene 
James Mitchell 
Mrs. McCormacfc 
Seth Wilson 
P. H. St. Germain 
James Mattix 
E. A. Strum 
Wm. H. O KlTiJi] 
Mrs. A. R. Vail 


Magdalen Islands.... 


Gaspe Q 


Lucien Briand 
Jacques Fournier 
D McMillan 
Alexander Tod 
\lvin H. Moore 
Aaron Magoon 

James Henry 

Clara Rigby 
Kobt. Graham 
John Dumbrille 
Alexander Roy 
W. H. Dukeshire 
W. S. Porter 
Robert Bailiie 
J. W. Treen 
L. McDonald 
Thos. Johnston 
Daniel Sullivan 
Angus Mclsaac 
R. W. Tennant 
Jamas Crothers 
Geo. Richardson 
T. B. Allen 
Thos. Whyte 
G. M. Jacques 

John Cain 
J. G. Finch 
J. K. Ockendon 

C. Logue 
Walter Piercy 
Henry Gerbig 
G. L. Dickinson 
A. Wooding 
M Co .quhoua 
Thomas Seaman 
John P Heath 
C. M. Bowker 
J. P. Rupert 
W. Beaumont 
John Dixon 
James Fraser 
Thomas Lanford 
H. Cross, jun. 
Wm. H McGaw 
A. MrHarg 
Wm. Kearney 
Edward Cannell 
James Melville 
Wm. G. Planch 
Alex. W. Smith 
George Howison 
B. Knight 
W. A. Colpits 
W. A. Lodge 
B. Bowerman 
John 0. Flanders 
Chris. G. Bean 
John Stone 
Wm. Heasman 
Wm. Ashfield 
Mrs. S. Hamilton 
George Emery 
J. B. Bishop 
W. H. Berry 
G . Rivett 
Chas. Powloy 
Jos. McDonald 
J McFarlane 
Luke White 
A. B. Stronach 
George Mayhue 
Mrs. A P. Cyr 
Alexis Degrace 
J. P. McFarlane 
Klihha Bawbolt 

Wm. Edwards 
W J. McFarland 
Ebenezer Burk 
Alfred Markham 


Rouville Q 


Lucas 




Muskoka& P Sd. 
Middlesex, N R . 
Stanstead Q 




*Lucknow i 


Bruce, W R 
Nortbumb N B 
P H rtb S R O 


Magog 
Magoou s Point 








Mao-undy Ynrlr N R 






Lunenburg ... N S 
Essex N B 




Lun<;nbnn r N S 






Bruce, W R 
Westmoreland N B 
Wellington, N R. O 




Cape Breton... N S 
Kent N B 


Lutes Mountain 
Luther 




Mai t laud 


Gri-nville, S R.... 
Hants N S 




Mail land, Hants 
Maitland 


Luton 


KU-in, KR 
lirockville 


Annapolis ... N S 
Yarmouth N S 


Maitfand, Yarmouth 




Wentwortb.N R. 
Leeds 8 R . . 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland ... N S 




M&liigash Point 




Norfolk, S R 
Colcbester N 8 
Charlotte X B 
Norfolk, S R 
Norfolk, N R .... 
Kk iu. K R 
Megantic Q 
Meptntic Q 
Megantic Q 
Noi thuinberl d N B 
Yale . . .. B C 




Miilakoff ... narlafnn O 


Lynnfi^ld 




Bruco E R 




Vlalignant Cove 


Antigonishe.... N S 
Leeds S R U 




Lyons 
Lysander 
Lyster 
Lyster Station 






Malone 
Malton 


Hastings, N R ... 
Peel 


Malta 


Ontario, N R 
York E R 








Ontario. N R 
Selkirk M 
Lambton. W R... 
Victoria S R 


McAdam Junction.. 


York N B 


Maada 


Cape Breton ...N S 






McArran Brook 


Antigonishe....N S 
Victoria NS 
Middlesex, W R. 
Glengarry 


Manitou 


Ottawa Q 


Manitowaning 






Ottiwa . Q 




Manners Sutton 


York ... N B 


McDonald s Corners. 
Mi-Donald s Corners. 
McDonald s Point ... 
McDo iuail Sdtt 




Waterloo, S R.... 


Lanark N R 




Queen s N B 
Westmoreland N B 
Lanark, N R 
Westmorel d . . N B 
Pictou N S 




Hal ton 


Mansfield 


Simcoe. S K 
Cumberland . . N S 
Brome .... Q 


McGarry 
H.-Giulev 


Miinsonvilie 


Mc iruth Mountain. 


Mansonville Station 
tlaple 
Mup^e B ly 




Shelburm? N S 
K-S.-X, S R 


York, W R O 
Vancouver B C 
Assiniboia Torrit y 
Restigoache... X 1? 
Middlesex, E R . U 
Megantic Q 


McGregor 
McGregor Station.. 
Mclutdsh MilU 


Maplo Creek . . 


Le<ls S R 




Bruce. N R 
Grey, K R 
Muskoka& PSd. 
Lanark, N R .. 


Maple Grove 


Mclntyre 
M^Keilar 


Mapln Grove 


Maple Hill 
Maple Hill 


Bruce, S R 
Megautlc Q 


McKinlav . . 


McKee s Mills 
McKenzie s Corner.. 
McKinnon s Harbor 
McLaren s Depot 


Kent N B 
Carleton N B 
Victoria N S 


Maplehurst 


Carleton N B 
Muskoka& PSd.O 
Victoria, E R . ... 


Maple Lake 


Addin<*ton . , . 




Northumberl il,N 15 
Kent ... . N B 




Middlesex, NR... 
N. Westminster B C 
Ekin, E R 
Albert .. .. N B 


McLaughliu Road ... 
McLean 




Aisiniboia Terrify 
Pictou . N S 


Mapleton 


McLt-llan s Mount n 
McLellnn s Brook.... 
McLeod s . 
Me Martin s Point ... 
MrNaniee 


Pictou .. N S 


Mapelton 


Cumberland... N S 
Simcoe, N K 
Victoria N B 


Cape Breton . . N S 
Pontiac Q 


Maple Valley 


N orthumb N B 
Lnnark, 8 R 
Richmond N S 
Lanark. S R 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Lennox S 
Prince P K I 
Dis of Nip suing. 
Renfrew. N K... . 
King s N B 


Maplewood 


Oxford, N R 


McPhail 


Maqnapit Lake 
Mar 


McPhersou s Ferry. 
Maberly 
Mahf>u .... ..... 


Bruce N R 


Marathon 
Marble Mountain ... 
Marble Rock 
Marbleton 


Lanrk. N R 


Mab . uCoal Mines... 
Mabou Harbour 
Mabou Har. Moutb. 


Leeds. SR 
Wolfe y 


March , . 


Carleton 


Marchhurst 




Macdonald 
MacDougall 
Mackey s Mills .... 
MackeyV Station.... 
Mackville 




Simcoe, E R 


Mjtrden 


Wellington^ R. 


Margaret Harbour,. 
Margaree Forks 
MtrgaretsmUe 


Inverness N S 
Annapolis N S 
Pnnce P E I 




Charlotte N B 
Richmond. . . . N S 


Maenamara s Island 


Maria 


Bonaventure Q 
Bonaventure Q 
King s P E I 




Mactaquack 


York N B 
Wellington, C R.. 
Card well . ... 




Marie Joseph 
Marion Bridge 


Guysboro N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Huntingdon Q 
Grey, S R 
York. ER 
King s N B 






Arthabaska Q 
Prince P E I 
Lunenb irjj; ... N S 
Hastings, N K ... 
York .. .. N B 


Maddock 
Mider s Cove 


* MarkdaU 
*Markham 
* IHarkhamville 


*JUadoc 


Maaaguadavic . . 


Algoma ... ... 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



83 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL PISTE C7- POSTMASTER. 


M>irlliank Hastings, E R ... 
M ; trlow Remise 


Mrs. D Allan 
Jos. Thompson 
Mrs. Eli/a Ward 
D. Bentley 
Robert Butchart 
P. Potterfield 

Benj. Millet 
J. F. Mclver 
J D. Morrison 
Malcolm Ross 
E. J. Haines 
I. Robert*on 
Wm. Tomlinson 

Kdward Lee 
Angus McDonald 
Wm. F. Auger 
Thomas Jessop 
-*am l Woodbury 
Edmund Shupe 
George Strum 
Andrew Foulds 
Fred. Pierce 
J. G. Warring 
C>lin Ohisholm 
i)euis Hayes 
G. W. Foster 
.lames G. Ross 
Wm. Dick 
J. 0. Lamarche 
P. Bortraod 
D. McCallum 
J. 0. Belanger 
John Orr 
Eugene St. Diziei 

Geo. C. Stephen* 
J. 0. Henault 
G. L. Pelletier 
D. Fraser 
John McGregor 
John Matheson 
Wm Perkins 
Alex. Pitriquin 
Chas A. McColl 
W. H. Bent 
A. L. Devs-au 
L. M.Hungert oro 
J McWwen 
Wesley Long 
Mrs. M. Mayer 
.lohn Daltou 
Wm. Spiers 
Ja. Simpson 
II. Z. Cassall 

Fred. Sleeves 

C. W. Swi zer 
D. L. Lay ton 
Dr. Alex Stuart 
A. B. McDonald 

Alex. Moore 
leorije Archer 
Win. Went 
Thos. Tweed 
\lf. Goodbow 
Adam Mclnnis 
Miss 3. St. Ci.-Jr 
. > ames Brown 
Johu McM irin 
Wm. Beittie 
W. G. Alcock 

W. J. Higgins 

A. Mailloux 
Wm Muudell 
James Stewart 
B. Spinney 
Caleb Johnson 
Henry Scott 
James Stevens 
S. C. Charters 
James Mather 
Isaac Williams 


Menota Sel kirk M 


E. P. Snider 
James Winter 
tgnace Mercier 
Wm. Dunn 
E. B. Hopper 
H. A. Miller 
V. Boyce 
Samuel Jakes 
Johu Wilson 
Gilbert Schooley 
John Sheridan 
J. P. Gagnon 
George Gornion 
F. J. L. Comeau 
Mrs. F. Geddsey 
W. F. Campbell 
Joseph Founiier 
Mrs. R. Gleed 

J. R. Bell 
George Potts 
W. Thompson 

W. W. Stuart 
E. H. Penny 

George Mick 
Cyprain Skerry 

A. McDonald 
Jos. Thompson 
Jas. Davis 
Fred. Salsman 
Chas. Trites 
A. G. Morton 
C. R Pernette 
David Leary 
T. Hatberloy 
R. Kaulbcck 
Daniel DeCow 
Hugh McKay 
James Innis 
Chas. L. McLeod 
Hector Nedau 
Alex. Smith 
P. J. Blakuiey 
James Frizzle 
P. Cavanagi, 
G. W. Melville 
H. Croukhill 
John Dickie 
J. Gulliven 
Wm. Roberts 
L. Walker 
Wm. Croft 
J. F. McKay 
Mariner Hicks 
George Smeath 
T B. Gladstone 
A. M. Sherwood 
Geo. Whelpton 
F. W. Shaw 
Jos. Rothnice 
I. Wilband 
Edw. Mulling 
Pinion J. Powers 
G. Herringer 
J. R. Lapointe 
John Batton, sen 
Isaac Floyd 
John Irvine 
T. McDonald 

R. Z. Rogers 
John Scott 
David Millar 
Robert Millar 
Wm. Rutherford 
David McHardy 
R. M. Norman 
Wm. Vance 
James Fraser 
David Hughes 
John Sutherland 
J. W. Jollymore 
Jacob Burns 
Wiu. McGrath 


Menteith 
Mercier 


Selkirk M 
Montmagny . . . . Q 
Pictou N S 


Maruiiou 
MirueV . .... 


Grev. N R 
Hastings, N R ... 
M-irquette M 
Huron. W R 
Marquette M 
IjUi.enburg ... N S 






Carleton 


Merlin 


Kent 


Marriugburst 


Mermaid Farm 


Queen s P E I 


Grenville, N R... 
Grey, E R O 
Lincoln 
Halton 




Merritt 
*Merritton 








I idou N S 


Marshall s Town .... 


Di /by N S 


Metabecbouan 


Chicoutimi Q 


Queen * P E I 


Digby N S 


M rh H ll 


Ontario, N R .... 
Cape Breton ... N S 

Mil nlr O 


Metaghan River . ... 
M-taghiin Station.. 


Digbv N S 
Digby N S 








Marshv Hop-- Pictou . N S 


Methot s Mills 
Metchosin 


Lotbiniere Q 


Marston Norfolk. S R O 


Victoria B C 




Wellimrton.C K. 
St. John N B 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Lunenburg ... N S 


Metis 


Rimouski Q 


Martin s Head 


Metropolitan 
Metz 


Perth. S R 
Wellington, C R. 
Northumberla d. 
Marquette . V 








Miami 


Mnrtiuville Ctimrtr>n O 






Marvel ville 


Russell 


Micbipicoton Island 
Michipieoton River. 


Algoma 


llasM igs. E R ... 
York N B 
Aiitisronishe .. N S 
Charlotte N B 
L Assumption ... Q 
Oi tawa Q 
SHlkirk M 


Algoma 


JIan ville 


Renfrew, N R.... 
Cumberland ...N S 
Halifax N S 


Middleboro 


Middle Beaver Bank 
Middle Caoe 




Cape Breton... N S 
Lisgar M 
Shelburne N 8 
Guvsboro N S 




Middle Church 
Middle Clyde River. 
Middle Co. Harbour 
Middle Coverdale. ... 
Middlefield 


Mash am Mills 






Albert N B 


M t-* > v ill* . . .... 


Middlesex E R . 


Queen s N S 


MiddleLallaveFerry 
Middle Manchester. 
tiiddlemarch 
V Id/e Musquodoboit 


Lunenburg ... N S 
liuvsborough.. N S 
Elgin, WR 
Halifax N S 


Ma-sie 


Giey. X R 
Colchester ... N S 
Mi kinonge Q 




R iiioiiski Q 
Bonaventiire Q 
Re ifr-w. a R .... 


Middlesex. W R. 
Sheiburne N .- 
Halifax N S 


M i ip. di;i 


Middle Ohio 


Ma. aw-itcban 


Middle Porter s Lake 
Middle Riv<r 


M.ith>-*>n Victoria N S 


Victoria N S 




N. West minster. !JC 

Colchester . . . . N S 
IMst Nijjissin^... 
onihiirv . .. N H 


Middle St. Francis... 
Middle Sackville 
Middle Sackvilk. .. 
M.Sec.N.K.Margaree 
M -ei.Barue;. sNiv, r 
Middle Siinmonds ..- 
liddleSouthampton 
Middle Stewiacke ... 


Vioioria N B 
Westmoreland, N R 
Halifax N S 


Matiat tll Lake .... 




Inverness N S 
I ictou N 8 






Carleton N B 


Maxvi L jGleutta-iy O 
M-txn f.H. jtJrey, ER 


York N B 


Colchester N S 
Annapolis N S 


Mayfair 


Middlesex, W R. 


Middleton .... 
liddln Town 


Prince PE 1 


y. iviield .. 


Perl 


Guysboro N S 
Lanark, N R 
Kin^s P E I 


Mavuard 


Grenville, S R ... O 
Hastings, N R ... 
Ottawa Q 


Mivnoof.h 


Midgell 






VestiiiDreland N B 
Simcoe, N R O 
Simcoe E R 




Albert N B 


lidhurst 


! d iW Lea 


Marquette VI 
i eel 


Midland 




.lidland 


King s N B 
Mtwkoka* Pn d. 

Alberta Territory. 
Lunenburg. . . . N S 
Albert N B 
King s P E I 


;: / " I nrd 


Grev. i, R 




il all fax N S 




M -ar Cove 


Victoria V S 
Kind s N B 
Mu-kokaA PS d. 
Kind s . .. N S 


UMville Branch .. . 
Midway 
Milourn 


M vhaoics Set 


Medt ord 


\Mlby 
Mildmay 


i^herbrooke Q 
Bruce! K R 


.M*li :iris. Hit Assmiooia Tdrrit v 
M^ti ia Oxford, N R 6 


Mile End 


Hochelar a Q 


M-ikl-field . .. . Pict >u N S 


Mitfirrd 
Milford 


Prince Edward... 
Annapolis ... N S 
St. John N B 
Guysboro N S 


Mckiwin Marquetre M 


M-laiicthon IGrey, B R 


Jliit ord 


M-lboro Richmond Q 


MilfordHavenBridge 
Miltbrd Station ... 


.Ifi litn/trne Richmond 


Hants N S 


Melbourne 


Marquette M 
Al-ioma 




Selkirk M 


Meldruru Bay 


Milkish 


Ki ip s ... N B 


Selkirk M 


Millar s Corners 
^lillarton 
Mill hank 


Grenville. N R... 
Bruce, Wft. ... . 
Perth N R 


Melissa 


Muskoka & P SU 
Bauharuois .... Q 
Hasrimrs, E R .. 
Guysboro N S 
Annapolis N S 
Prince Edward... 
Card well . O 


Mlocheville 


Melroae 


Miltbank 


Northumber . N B 
Hastings, N R ... 
Durham, E R ... 
Pictou N S 


Melrose 


Mill Bridge 


Meivern Square 
Melville 


*MM Brnnk 


Mill Brook . . 


Melville Cross 


Mill Brook 


Queen s N B 


Memet Albert N B 


Millbrook 


Selkirk M 




Westmoreland N B 
Northumb d.BR. 
iMuskoka* PS d. 


Mill Cove 


Lunenburg ... N S 

Onpnn n M R 


Menie 


Mill Cove 


Menomonee..., 


Millcove. .. ..Queen s P E I 



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[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


Mill Creek 


Kent N B 


Wm. Ward 






f i v 11 ~ 


Milledgeville 


St. John N B 


John G. Tobin 


Montmorency Falls. 


Quebec Q 








John Westgate 








+Mille Roches 


Cornwall 


Wm. N. Tate 


Mont St. Nicholas ... 


St John s Q 




Miller s Creek 


Hants N S 


Thos. Malcolm 


* Montreal . . 




G La Mothe 


Millerton 


Northumber d..N B 


J. C. Miller 


Montrose 


Welland 


A Welstead 


Mille Vaches 




J. A. Piuze 




Prince . P E I 




Millfield 


Megan tic Q 


Thog. McKenzie 








Mill Grove 


Wentworth,NR. 


W. H Berney 


Mt. St. Hilaire 


Rouville Q 




Mill Haven 




Jas. Franklin 


Mon union tSettl em t 


Carlet n N B 




Milliken 


York, E R 


W. H. Ferguson 




N Westminster BC 


D S Milligan 






Aylmer Place 




Simcoe E R 


Wm Miller 


Mill River 


Prince P E T 


F. Peters 


* 1MOOT& .. .... 


1/ambton W R 




Mill Settlement 


Sunbury N B 


N. Hoyt 


Moorefield 


Wellington, C R. 




MiUstream ... - 


King s N B 


J. A. Fenwick 




Grey, N R. O 


W J Moo: e 


Millsville 


Pictou N S 


Robert Young 


Moore s Falls 


Victoria N R 






Charlotte N B 


Thos. W. Butler 


Moore s Mills 


Charlotte N B 




Milltown 


Gloucester . ... N B 


R. Montgomery 


Moore s Station .. . 




P C Moore 


Mill View 


Queen s P E I 


John R. Buurkit 


Mooresville 


Middlesex N R O 


Wm J Clark 


Mill Village 


Queen s N S 


H H. Mack 




Hants N S 


Thomas M Reid 


MillviHe 


King s N S 


Mrs. M Gates. 


Moose Creek 






Millmlle 


York N B 


M. S. Kyan 


Moose Jaw 


Assiniboia N W T 




Milnesville 


York E R 


John Gregory 




Halifax N S 






Queen s N S 


E. Kempton 




Assiniboia N W T 


T Bali 1 win 


Milton, East 


Shefford Q 


Thos. Hackett 


Moose River. 


Pictou N S 




Milton Station 


Queen s P E I 


Artemas Colos 


Vtoose River 


Cumberland .N S 




*Alilton,West 


Halton 


John Lyon 




Assiniboia Ter 


Jas Moran 




Perth, N R 


John Pierson 




Nor thumb N B 




Mimico , 


York, WR 


Robert Wixon 


Moraviantown 


Elgin. W.R 


Rev. A. Hartman 


Mimiuegash 


Prince P E I 


Richard Costain 




Middlesex, N R . 


David Poulcer 




Wellington, S R. 


N. Read 




King s N B 




Mineville 


Halifax N S 


A. S. Crook 




King s N S 


Silas Balcomb 


*Minden 


Victoria, N R O 


C. D. Curry 


Morell 


King s P E I 


W Sterns 






Francis Wagg 


Morell Rear . 


King s . P E I 






Carleton N B 


James Guest 






A McKay 


Mineral Hill 


Albert N B 


Jno. Stevens 




Northumb d ER. 


Wm. J. Newman 


Mineral Kock 


Cape Breton... N S 


M. McOdrum 






Isaac Jfkill 




Simcoe N R .... 


Mrs. M. Ronald 




Grey, E R 










Morningdale Mills... 


Perth, N R 


J Nicklin 










Elgin, W R 


J C N ation 


Minnettoso, 


Marquette M 


J. S. Armitage 


Morrisbank 


Huron, E R 








R. McDonald 


Mfirris 


Provencher M 


G. A. Glines 




Cumberland . N S 


W. A. Downey 






Patrick Gormely 


Mira Gut 


Cape Breton... N S 


Susannah Mar tell 


MfYwistoii . . . 


Wellington S R. 


R B Morrison 


Mirabel 


Two Mountains . Q 


P. Raymond 




Antigouishe ... N S 


,). McGillivray 


Miranda 


Missisquoi .. . . Q 


S B. Derick 




King s N S 


John Palmer 


Miscou Light House 


Gloucester N B 


Robert Rivers 


Morton 


Leeds, S R O 


.lames R. Leake 




Prince P E I 


G. Des Roches 


Morton s Corner . ... 


Lunenburg ... N S 


Wm. Drew 




St. John N B 


Jos. Stanley, jr 






W. R Gordanier 


Mississippi Station. 




Norman Clark 


Mosborough ... 


Wellington S R. 


John Hobfcon 


*Mttchell 


Perth, S R 


Wm. W. Hicks 


Moscow 


Addington 


Zara Vanluven 


Mitchell s Bay 


Kent . . ..0 


C W Raymond 




Halifax ... N S 


G P Mober 


Mitchell Square 


Simcoe. E R 


Wm. Mitchell 


Mosherville. ... 


Hants N S 


Mrs.M.A. Mosliei 






A. L. Brown 


Moss Glen 


King s N B 


K H. Merritt 


Moffat 


Halton 






Middlesex, W R. 


James McCabe 




Brant. S R . . .0 


J. K. Ellis 




Vliddlesex, E R... 


,Jaiu S Moakes 


Mohr s Corners 


Lanark, \ R 


Chas. Mohr 


Mossman s Grant. ... 


Lunenburg ... N ?* 


Jas Mosstnan 




Hastings, N R 


J Mullett 




Perth, S R O 


Jas Brown. Ben. 




Saguenay Q 


P Desmond 


Moulie s River 


Kent N R 


Joseph Miller 




Wellington, N R 


C. W. Watson 






G. MvDoiiiild 


Moline . . . , 


Marquette. . M 


David Dick 


Moulton Station . ... 


Monck 


Rich. Arijile 


Moltke .... 


Bruce, ER 


Fredk. Weigel 


Mountain Brook .... 


Restigouche... N B 


J. Hamilton 




Queen s ...P El 


.lames Wisner 


Mountain City 


Marquette M 




Monck 


Wellington N R. 


Wm. Se^sworth 




King s . . N B 


J. A. Patturson 






M. Maloney 


Mountain Grove...... 


Addington 


Alex. McDonald 




Huron E R 


Tohn McTaggart 


Mountain Road... 


Pictou N S 


L. Langille 




Westmoreland N B 


Joseph Craudall 




Prince Edward... 




Moncton Road 


Westmoreland, N B 
Hastings E R 


Wm. G. BatemaL 
John Thompson 


Mount Albert 


York, N R 
Wentworth. S R. 


John F. Jackson 




Vaudreuil . .. Q 


A Clermont 


VIount Albion 


Queen s P E I 


Robert Jenkins 




York, E R 


Robert Curtis 


*Mwnt Bridges 


Middlesex, S R. . 


Thomas Pearce 




Perth 


Chas McKenzie 




Kamouraska Q 


R. Lavoie 




Cardwell 




Mount Charles 


Peel 


James Savage 




Cardwell . 


John Allen 






Xnthonv English 




Cardwell 






Hants N S 


Mrs J B. Shaw 




Ontario. N R 


Richard Byers 




Norfolk, NR 


H. D. Johnson 




Lanark S R . 


Peter Clark 


* Mount Purest .. . 


Wellington. N R. 


T. G. Smith 




King s . . P E I 


D Poole 




Annapolis N S 


Caleb Miller 




King s P K I 


P A Callaghan 




HaldimMDd 


W Donaldson 




Halifax . N S 






Victoria, S R 


Wm. Elliot 




Assiniboia Territ ry 


B. C. Corhett 




Victoria, N R . ... 


T. I eacock 




Wellington, N R 




Mount Johnson 


Iberville Q 


J. 0. Pion 




Montcalm Q 


Mrs. E. Copping 


Mount Lehman, . . . 


N.Westminst r. BC 


Jno. Ibbottson 


Montea^le Valley ... 


Hastings, N R 


P Hutchinson 






P. Sheveliu 


Monte Bello 


Ottawa Q 


Chas. Major 


MouBt Maple , . 


Argenteuil . . Q 


D. Warwick 




Argenteuil . . . . Q 


M Boulaire 


Mount Oscar 


Vaudreuil Q 


F D Tessier 


Mont Louis.... 


Gasne ... ... Q 


Jos. Lemieux 


Mount Pleasant... 


Durham, E R . ... 


John W. Greer 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



85 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


Mount Pleasant 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount Pleasant 
Mount St. Louis 
Mount St. Patrick... 
Mount Salem 


Prince P E I 


Isaac Simpson 
Moses Rideout 
J. P. Hussey 
Martin Sheedy 
Mrs. A. Hillaker 
Charles Revell 
Thomas York 
David Egan 
Andrew McKay 
John McLean 

M. W. Townsend 
Layton Bowser 
James Wilbur 
H.C.D. Chapman 
Robert S. White 
Elias Scribner 
Mrs. M Zerxa 
J. M. Nase 
John Jones 
A. Johnston 
Wm. Woodward 
John Dickie 
A. McDonald 
E. Learns 
Neil Watson 
James Beaton 
J. McNeice 
John Murphy 
A. McGregor 
J. J. Munroe 
M Munroe 
Thos. Tubman 
K. Murohison 
James Murchy 
G. Pollock, jun. 
Wm. McLean 
R J. Corrigan 
Jean Lapointe 
Pavid McClure 
A. McDonald 
Isaac Prouse 
D. Livingston 
W. C. Murray 
John Murray 
M. Davy 
Hy. A. Clifford 
A. H. Campbell 
L. D. Carman 
John Kidd 
Wm. Burgman 
A. A. Coulter 
David A. Brown 
J. A. Phelps 
Wm. H Clark 
X. Pronlx 
Wm. Earl 
P. Clohosey 

M. Wedrich 
G. Bogart 
George Lasher 
F. Breunan 
Alex. Arthurs 
L. X. McQueen 
J Yeoinaus 
T. K. Harrison 
A. C. Barry 
Thomas Jury 
Henry Todd 
L. McDonald 
Matthew East 
James Young 
Mrs. J. Smith 
W. McFarlane 
James R. GardeL 
John L. Fletchei 
J. Easterbrook 
D. Dumarez 
Wm. Dodge 
Jno O Meara 
Wm. Smith 
J. J. Hamilton 
L. N. Allain 
F. X. Gagnie 
A. H. Cline 




Halton 


D. W. Springer 
George Leary 
Thos. Duignan 
David McKenzie 
John Koebel 
John Weinhart 
Albert Oakh 

L. MeKionon 
T. H. Cooper 
John Orr. Jim. 
N. R. Richey 
John Edgar 
E. Boisonneau 
Levi S. Lewis 
A. Ferguson 
Wm. Fitzpatrick 
M. Cavanagh 
D. Hooper 
R. McKinney 
Ch.irles Joudry 
Joseph Kelly 
C L.Campbell, jr 
Lewis Keith 
Mrs. S. Mader 
Thos. Caldwell 
A. S. Tooley 
A. H. W.ilbridge 
J. Johnston 
R. D. Yeomans 
Mrs. G. 8 Bailey 
John Barron 
J. Newcombe 
K. M. Pearson 
S. E. HaSlamore 

J. A. Brown 
J. G. Wing 
Marshal Lefler 
.1. W. Proctor 
F. Ferguson 

R.Y. McContney 
L. J. A. Lambert 
Wm. Fraser 
P. Kathercns 
C. Ernst 
W. J. Wright 

Wm. Shields 
John McLeod 
D. Ferguson 
M. Cannon 
G. F. Jardine 
R. C. Porter 
John Cuirnea 
J. Doronan, jun. 
A. M. Short 
R. McLeod 
A. Forcadfi 
Win. McKay, jr. 
P. Patton 
J. A. Bastedo 
Diin l McDade 
Lewis Fisher 
Joseph Windsor 
John A. Fuller 
Jno. R. Craig 
James Miller 
R. Plummer 
Josiah Woo Ueys 
C. Dosforge 
J. F. Cochrane 
Miss R. Hsrvey 
J. W. Allison 
R. P. Hamon 
J. L. Sweet 
Richard Brash 
Joshua Ktnght 
J. J. Williams 
Wm. Rylanre 
Oscar S. Elliott 
Owen McGarry 
Young Coulter 
Wm. H. Elliott 
John Zoeger 
J. T. Murchv 


Cumberland... N S 
Carleton N B 


Nelson . . 


Selkirk M 


Nenagh 
Nerepis Station 


Grey, SR 
King s NB 


Simroe, E R 
Renfrew, S R . ... 
Elgin. E R 
Wentworth, NR. 


Welland 


Neustadt 
New Albany 


Grey, S R 
Annapolis N S 
Prince P E 1 


Mount Sherwood ... 
Mount Stewart 
Mount Thorn Set m t 
Mount Uniacke 
Mt. U.Gold Mines- 
Mount Vernon 




Queen s P E I 
Pictou N S 




Queen s PE I 
Oxford. S K 
Lotbiniere Q 




Hants N S 




Hants . .. N 8 




Gloucester N B 
Brockville 


Brant S R 




Westmoreland, N B 
Albert N B 








*Newboro > 


Leeds, S R 
Capo Breton ... N S 
Leeds S R 


M nt Whntley, W 0. 


Westmoreland, N B 
Card well 




Mouth of Jeuiseg. ... 
Mouth ot Keswick... 
Mouth of Nerepis ... 
Mouth of St. Francis 


Queen s N B 


Newbridge 


Huron, E R 


York N B 




King s N B 




Carleton N B 
Lunenbvirg.... N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Victoria N B 
Queen s N S 


Victoria N B 




Selkirk M 


^Newbury 


Mud Bay 


NewWestm ntr BC 
Prince . P E I 


Xew Campbellton ... 




Muir Kirk 


Klgin, W R 
Welland 




Luneuburg.... N B 
Bonaventure ... Q 
IlHstinirs, N R ... 
Durham, W K ... 
Northumb rl d N B 
Queen s N B 




New Carlisle 


Mull 


Kent 


New Carlow 


Mull River 


Inverness N S 




Middlesex, W R . 
Simcoe, S R 






Newcastle Bridge ... 
Newcastle Creek .... 
Newcomb Corner. ... 




Middlesex, S R... 
Inverness . . . . N S 


Queen s N B 


Munro s Bridge . . . 
Munroe s Mills 


Halifax N S 


Lunenburg.... N S 
Northumb d.ER. 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Selkirk M 




Newcomb Mills 
New Cornwall 




Marquette M 
Halifax . N S 


Murchyville 


Newdale . , 


Grey, S R O 


New Dublin 


Brockville 
Waterloo, S R. ... 
Oxford S R: 


Murilla Station 




Xorthumb d,ER. 






*New Edinburgh ... 


Russell 


Murray Harbour, N. 
Murray Harbour, Rd 
Murray El arbour, S. 


King s P E I 


Pictou X S 


Queen s P E 1 
King s .... PET 


New Germany 


Waterloo, X R . . 
Queen s P E I 




King s P E I 




Terrebonne Q 
Pictou . . . N S 




Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Addington 




Murray s Corner . ... 


New Grafton 


Queen s . X S 




Waterloo, S K. ... 
Guysborougb, X S 
Marquette M 




Ontario . .. N R 




Musk"ka Mills 
Musquash 
Musquodoboit Har. 


Simcoe. E R 
St. John N B 
Halifax N S 




New Haven 


Queen s P E I 
Victoria XS 
Muskoka&PSd. 
Albert X B 


New Haven 


Perth, N R 


Myrehall . 


Hastings. ER.... 
Ontario, SR 
Missipquoi Q 


New Horton 


Myrtle 


Newingtou 


Slormont 








Nnok iwick 


York .. .. N B 


New Ireland 


Albert X B 




New Ireland Road... 
New Jerusalem 
New Larig 


Albert . N 14 




Vancouver . . . .B C 
Princ" P E I 


Queen s N B 


Nail Pond 


Pictou N S 




Middlesex, N R... 
Haldimand 


New Live! pool 


Lfivis Q 


Nanticoke. , 


Queer s .PEI 




New Lowell 
*Newtnarket 


Sinicoo, XR 
Ontario, W R.... 
York N B 


Nap. tnee Mills 


Addington 


Hastings, E R . . 
Middlesex, W R. Q 
Napierville S 
Selkirk M 






New Maryland 
New Hills 


York N B 




Kestieoucho ... N B 

King s .. X Si 








Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland . N S 
Middlesex, W R. 
Queen s.. N B 




Alberta Ter 


Nap pun Station 
Napperton 


New Park 


Durham. E R ... 
King s PEI 


New Perth 






Brant S R 


Narrows Creek 
Nashville 


Kino- P E I 






York. WR.. .. 


Ntwpnrt 


Hants N S 


Nashwaak York N B 


Newport Corner 
Newport Landing... 
Newport Point .... 
N ewport Station . . . 


Hants .... N S 


N*shwaak Bridge... 


York N B 


Hants N S 


York N B 


Gasp6 Q 


Nashwaak Station... 
Nashwaak Village... 


York N B 


Hants .. N S 


York ... \ B 


Sonaven ure Q 
Charlotte N B 


Halton 


New River Mills 
New Rockland 




Sa^uenav Q 


Richmond Q 


Nauwigewauk 


Kind s N B 




Navan 


Riissnll. .. ... O 




Lunenburg ... N S 
King s \ S 


Necum Teuch Halifax N S 


Xew Ross Road . 






Perth, N R 
Elgin E R 




Northumb rl d N B 
Rimnnaki ... O 




Noitrctito 




Perth N R Q 


Nelles Corners iHaldimand 


Newton . . 


Prince P K I 



[253] 



86 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL ISTR1CT. POSTMASTER. 


Newton Brook 


York, W E 


H. H. Cummer 
James Creelman 
J. G. Chtntler 
Thos. Me Ban 
J. B Pearce 
H. C Sabean 
1 J W. Young 
John 0. Brown 
G. Easter 
Jamas Cantwell 
J. H Sowers 
Robert Warren 
W. W. Woodruff 
T. W. Woodruff 

Mi.-s M. Chillas 
W. A. Ell>ott 
John Nichol 
W J. H. Balcom 
T. Williams 
ilobi . Mcllwain 
J C. Burrows 
James Rae 
Miss Mary Burns 
J. Thompson 
T. !i. Colpitts 
Orson Martin 
J. Chapman 

James Brown 
B. Cenner 
J. G. Bottom! ey 
Geo. Wilson 
C Hambly, jun. 
Osmond O Brien 
Joel Scott 
J.G. McLellan 
J M. Webster 
W. E. Kemp 
J. Harshaw 
J. D. Post 
T. H. Pentlaud 
Talhot 
George Ward 
J. W. Sexsmith 
Thos. H. Pope 
David S. Gibson 
John Ohapmaa 
W McDonald 

Miss E. Murray 
0. Hepiiistall 
Wm. Shirley 
M. A. Harlow 

S8 

A. McPhee 
S. Cleveland 

Mrs. A. M. Ross 
A. R. Greeowooi 
Mrs. Hutchinsor, 
Albert Wait 
Jonathan Weltot 
II. Mackey 
Peter Bowman 

A. McQueen 
Louis Turcot 
E. Dickensou 
Hiram Scott 
Duncan Slattery 
John Shaw 
Patrick Blaia 
B. LeBaron 
D. W. McDonald 
D. M: K6nzie 
David Dewar 
E. Morrow 
H. H. Veysey 
Chas. Leclair 
B. Weiver 
Wm. Coles 
M. McLaughlin 
Wm. Bennett 
J. C. Edwards 
John O Donnell 
Mrs. M. McQueet 


North Pinnacle 


Mi- -.ii|Uoi 


V. Barnes 
Dorlanci Fox 
George Brander 
<!. E. McNeill 
Joseph Knight 
Thomas Carter 
J Taylor 
A. Fulton 
Henry Biair 
.I ibu McKenzie 
T. Jon^s 
(ieorce Bndd 
II. Brai^kmann 
X Nelson 
P C. Sh^fer 
Klias A-hton 
Alex. McMillan 
I). McDonald 
A M. Baillie 
A. Varia -se 
F. H. i.oth rop 
Ant Audette 
S Sweet 
Wm. Forbes 
Miss X 1 Muirhead 
Mr.-. M. Duubar 
S. E. Blmr 
S. LH. gilla 
G. K. Ball 
Ed. Sinclair 
Daniel N <>onan 
J. S Whittaker 
Joseph S. Kyle 
A. B. Havos 
S. H. Kn istht 
Chailes South 
J. M. I)ysnrt 
S. McOready 
Wm Clay 
Richard Crew 
11. t<. Moore 
J. A Butterfield 
M. Cahil! 
ThoniaH Salary 
lames M Oabo 
Theodore Fraser 
Leon DpHcary 
L. F. Boucher 

U G. Pare 
A.Clouliel 

Miss A. Michaud 

M. R. I lante 
Andrew Mnlville 
Thomas Keas 

homas Nugeut 
David Nutt 
Ali-x Mi Donald 
1 bonus Harrow 
A. J. M. .iill 
S. !J. P^ul 
Mrs. F Laurie 
James Strxntr, jr 

Wm . McCan 
1). H I arker 
George THY lor 
I 1 . Fl. Mrtealf 

N N. Ail.ims 
Mrs. E. Young 
J .hn W. Inch 
A. Mcl ougall 

George Harper 
.lame Little 
R. Balmer 
John Quiun 
K. ! Mirl-i 
-lames Co^grove 
Wm. Can ick 
Colin Nn-bi l*on 

A. M -Oinnis, jr. 
Acton Burrows 


Newton Mills 


Colchester N S 
Siincoe, S R () 
Uuy.lx.ro N S 
King s N B 


North Port 
Northport 


Prince Edward... ( 
Cumberland ... N S 
Dighy N S 
KSM-X. S R 
Queen s P E ! 
Westmoreland. N r 
Colchester .... N S 
Colchester N S 


Newton Robinson ... 
Now Town 
New Town 


North Range Cornel 
North liidge 
North Kiver 


New Tusk^t 
Newville 


Digby NS 
Cumberland ... N 
N. Westminster B C 
Queen s P E 1 


Ne,w Westminster.... 
New Wiltshire 
New Z -aland 


North River 
N. River Briige 
N. River Bridge 
North River Platform 
North Rustico 


King s PE 1 


New Zion 


Sunbury NB 


West;i!i>relimi N B 
Queen s P K I 
Vancouver B C 
Hants N S 




l<incoln&Niagara,0 
Wetland 


Niagara Falls 


Niagara Falls, South 
Nicola Lake 


Welland <"> 


North Salem 


Yak- B C 


*Nicalet 
Nicolet Falls 


Nicolet Q 
Richmond Q 


North Ss^uin 
North Shore 
North Shore 


Miisknka \ P >>d. O 
Cumberland... N S 
Victoria N 3 
0lchstt r N S 


Nicolston 


Simcoe S R 


Nictaux Falls 


Annapolis N S 
Victoria N S 
Huron, W R 
Middlesex, E R . 
Selkirk M 


N. Sec of Karltown. 
North Stanbridge.... 
North Stoke 


Niel s Harbour ... 




Nile 
Nilestown 


Richmond Q 




Shefford Q 


Nimitau 


North Sutton 




Niiu) Mile Creek 
Nine Mile River 


Queen s ... PET 


North Sydne// 


C.ipe Breton.... N S 
rince P K I 


Hants N S 


Ninette 


Selkirk M 






Ni""i 


Selkirk . M 


North Wakefield 
North West 


Htawa Q 
Liinnitbu g.... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Noithumb d... N B 
Luncnburg.... N S 


Nii>issing 


Muskoka 


Ni -souri 


Oxford, N R ... 


North West Arm.... 
North W. st Bridge. 
North Wtst Cove ... 
North Willianisburg 
North Winchester... 


Nithburg 
Niverville 


Oxford, N R 
Provencher M 
Norfolk, N R 
Albert N B 
York 


Nixon 


Nixon 


Dundas 


Kinc s N B 


JCffiel 


Hants N S 




Kent 


No..-l Road 






liateauguay Q 
York N B 


N ii-1 Shore 


Hants N S 




Noroorough 


i riii.-e P E I 




Kid"" s N B 


Norham 


Nortliumb d,ER. 
Victoria. N R .... 
Norfolk. S R 




Halton . 


Nn.-land 
Normandale 


Norway 


York, E R i) 




Oxford, S R 
i eterboro , hJ R... 
is. Nipissing ... 
Portneuf Q 


No-vuay 


Marquette M 




Noiraandin 


Jhicoutimi .... Q 
King s N S 


Nosbonsin T 


North Alton ... 


N. Dame des Anaes 
V Dame dn La us 


North Arm 


N. W estminster.B C 
Prince ... P E 1 


Ottawa Q 


Nor (ham ... 


N. Dame del I Verte 
Notre DmnedeGrsce 
Notre Dame de B^ts. 
Notre Maine rl/s "ui" 
Not. Dame de la Sal. 
Notre Dame du Lac 
Notre Dame du Port. 
Noire Dame de Rim 
yritre. Daint de 81 a>. 


Temi-jcouata Q 
llochelaga .. Q 


Northampton 


Carleton N B 


North Augusta 


Grenville, S R ... 
Nipissiug Dist ... 
Halifax N S 


agut- rjay Q 
Jompton Q 


North Bay 


Nort i iJeaver Bunk 
North Bedeque. .. . 


K t a wa Q 


Pi ince P E I 


Teuiiscouata y 


North Branch 


Russell 


North Bristol 
North Brookfield. .. 
North Bruce 


Pontiac Q 


Rimou.-ki Q 
Mis.-i-oquoi . . . . Q 
im-oc. N R 


Queen s N S 
Bruce, W R 


North Buxton 


Kent 




Bun i venture ... Q 
lissisijnoi Q 


North Coaticooke ... 


.vMTis.e-id Q 




Northcote 
N. E. Br., Margaree. 
N. E. Harbour 


Joutrew, S R .... 
Inverness N S 




Hastings. N R... 






Shelburne N S 






N. i-Jsk Boom 


Northumb N B 


Oak Bank 


Selkirk M 


Northfield .... 


Cornwall 


Oak Bay 


Charlotte N B 


Northfield 


Sunbry N B 
Lunenburg N S 


Oakburn 


Marquette M 
Hilit ;ix N S 


North field . 


Oikficld 


Horthfield Centre ... 
North Forks. ,-al.Cr. 
North Framboise.... 
North Georgetown... 
North Glanford 
* A*> / -th Gower 


3xtbrd, S R 
hmbury N B 




Queen s N If 


Oak Hill . 


Victoria, N R . ... 
Charloite N B 


Richmond . ... N S 


Oak Hill 


3hateauguay Q 
Wentworth, S R. 
Carldtou 


Oak Like 
Quit-land 


Selkirk M 
Oxford, S R O 


North Grant 
North Gut.St.Ann s 
North Ham 


Antii;oaishe....N S 
Victor],-. , N S 


0.-.k Park 


Shelburne N S 


Oak Point 


Bonaventure Q 
King s N B 


Wolfe Q 


Oik Point 


North Hatley 


Stanstead Q 


Oak Point 


Northumb N B 


North Hill 


Compton Q 


Oak Point 
Oak Ridges 


Marquetfo VI 
Ontario, W R 
St-lkirk M 


North Intervale 


Quysboro N S 
Grey, N R 
King s P E I 


North Keppel 
North Lake 




*0akvillf . 


Ualton 


North Lake 


York N B 


Oak vill>- 


I arleton N B 
Victoria, S !i 
Frontt-nac 


North Lancaster 
North Meadford . ... 
North Milton 


Glengarry 




King s N S 




Queen s P E \ 
Wundas 


Oban 


Lauibton, W R 
Richmond N S 
I rmvMcher M 


North Mountain .... 
North Mountain 
North Nation Mills- 
North Onslow 




King s N S 


Oberon 


Ottawa Q 


O Connell . . ... 


Pontiac Q 


Pontiort O 




Addin^ton (3 


North Pelham Mouck . ... 


Odanah . 


Selkirk .. .. M 



[264] 



1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



87 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASrER. 


Odell 


Middlesex, E R.. 


W. L. Od-11 


Odolltown 


St. Johns Q 


J. McCallum 
P. S.Tim merman 


Offa . 


Middlesex, N R.. 


John G. Quarry 


Ogden 


Guvsboro N S 
L*inbton, W R... 


Alex. McFariand 
J bn II. Evans 




King s N S 


Patterson Foster 


Ohio 


Antigonishe... N S 


John McDonald 




Brant, S R 


James Styres 


Oil City . 


Lambton ER.... 


James Keating 




Lambton, E R ... 


George Yates 




Twi; Mountains . Q 


C. Chaurette 


Okanagon 
Okann^ou Mission... 


Yale BC 
Yale BC 
Alberta Territory. 


C. O Keefe 
K. Lequin 
J. A. .McMillan 


Old Barns . ..... 


Colchester N S 


Kben. Archibald 




Essex, N R 


M. McCarthy 


Oldfield 


Bothwell 




Oldham ..... 


Halifax N S 


W. G. Pearson 




Prince P E i 


Wm. Smallmau 




Prince ... . P li J 


John Frost 


OUnda 


Essex, S R 


John C. Fox 




Que,-n s N B 
Bruce N R 


Miss A. Colwell 
John Hutcheson 


Olive 


Marquette M 




Oliver 


Oxford, N R 


John G. McLeod 


Oliver 


Stanstead Q 


George Oliver 


Onui o li 


Halton 


Mrs. M. Standish 




Victoria S R .. . 


Robert Qrandy 




Addingtun 


Mrs. Dawson 


150 Mile House 


Cariboo B C 


It. Borland 




laldimand 


James Murray 




Brant, S R 


Mrs. Buckwell 


*0ndow 


Pontiac Q 

Colchester .... N S 


W. H. Meredith 
S McKinlay 


Onslow Mountain... 
Opawaka 


Colchester N S 
Selkirk M 


E. McCurdy 
P. Anders 




Inverness N S 


James J. Munroe 






Paddock Winter 


*0r<ingeville 


Wellington, C R.. 


Kdward Leslie 


Orchard 
Oriel 


Grey, S R 
Oxford, S R 


John Irving 
W. B. Somerville 




Wentworth.N R. 


Chas. Anderson 


*0ritlia 


Simcoe, E R 
Russell 


Thomas Goffatt 
Hugh Dupuis 




Dundas. . . 


Arch. M; Phail 


Ofinstoion 


Chateauguay Q 


R. N. Walsh 




*unbury N B 


L. McLean 




Durham, W R 


R. Moment 


Oro Station 


Simcoe, E R U 


John Whiting 


On- Lake 


Simcoe, E R . . . . 


Samul Reid 




Wellington, C R 


Wm. Moo:iey 


Ortonville .... 


Victoria N B 


C. C. Gallagher 




Rlgin, E R 


0. Sutherland 


Orwell 


Queen s P E 1 


Mr.s.A. Loughrau 


Orwell Cove 
Orrwold 


Queen s P E I 
Marquette M 


Mrs. M. Stephen.- 
T. W. Orr 


Osaca 


Durham, E. R. ... 




Osborne 


Lambton. W R... 


A. Lamond 




Renfrew. N R.... 


A. McLaren 


Osgoode Station 


Russdl O 


James Bu -kels 


*0$haioa 
Osman 


Ontario, .< R 
Middlesex, W it. 


Jas. Carmirhael 
Char-. Laughtou 


Oso Station 


Addin^ton 


S B.mrk 




Ynle&Kootenay BC 


Thomas Kruger 


Osprey . . 


Marquette V 




Ospringe 


Wellington S R. 


W. McCiUcheon 


Ossa 
Osid.-eag 
Ossian 


Addington 
King s N B 
Lambton, E R. ... 


.1. A. Sanderson 
A. McN. Travis 
Win. 1 SteU 


Ossowo 
Ostninder 


Marquette M 
Norfolk, N R 


Wm. W*gaer 
[I. B. O.^trander 


Ote. iaw 
Otuabog 
*0ttawa 


Selkirk M 
Queen s N B 
Ottawa 


W. Playfair 
David Reid 
J. M. Currier 


Otte burne 




L. Ewing 




Pontiac Q 


H. Don< llev 


*0t f,rvill 


Oxford, S R O 


Win. F. KaV 




Bothwell 


C. B. Keniiey 


Oustic 


Wellington S R. O 


John MfMahon 


Outerlsl d Port Hood 




Wm. D. Smith 


Ouvry 
Overton 


Kent O 


Geo. Qoulet 
G W. Fox 


Overton 


Yarmouth . . N S 




*Owen Sound 
Owl s Uead Harbour 


Grey, N R 
Halifax N S 


Robert Crawfort 
Win. Palmer 


Oxenden 


Grey, N R 


Thomas H. Reeve 



POST OFFICE. 



Oxford 

Oxford Centre 

Oxford Mills 

Oxford Station 

Oxley 

)xmead . 



Oyster Bed Bridge.., 

Oyster Ponds , 

Oztiabruck Centre... 

Paddock 

Painchaud 

Paiusec 

Paiuswick 

*Paisle,y 

* Pahenfium ,, 

* Palermo 

P.tlgrave 

Palmer Rapids 

Palmer Road 

Palmer Road 

Palmerston 

Palmyra 

Paninnre , 

Papineauville 

Paquette 

Paradise Lane 

Parents 

Parham 

Park Corner 

*Pam 

Paris Station 

Parisville 

Parker , 

Parkdile 

Ptirkdale 

Parker s Cove 

Parker s Ridge . . . , 

Park Head 

*Park Hill , 

Parkliurst 

Park s Creek 

Parlee Settlement... 

Parma 

Parrsboroucih 

Parrsborough Shore 

Parry Harbour 

"Parry txtund , 

Partridge Island ... 

Paxpebiac 

Passekeag 

Pasteur , 

Pasqua 

Parillo 



[ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 

Cumberland... N S Henry S. Smith 

Oxford. S R 0,N.Schooley 

iGronville, N R... Charles Jones 
iGrenville. N R... 0! W. J. Black 

Essex, S R OjAllanson Elliott 

Orey. E R Samuel Anniug 

J Queen s P E I Hector McRae 

Guysborough, N S ; James W. Carr 
Siormont OJlJordon Baker 

King s N Bi James Jones 



1 Megantic Q 

Westmoreland N B 

! Simcoe, S R 

JBiuce, N R ........ O 



P. L. Paincbaud 
Mustache Babiu 
Wm. Thomps m 
Mrs.M Siiuu i ?rs 



L-u>ark, N R 0,H. H. Dicks in 

Halton 0|H. M Switzer 

Cardwell 0! James Creary 

[Renfrew, SR O Alex. McPhee 

i Prince P E I|T. Kennedy 

Kind s N SlUeo. W. Eaton 

1 Wellington, N R. OR. Johnston 

Elgin. WR O John Mills 

Lanark, N R OlM. D. Nagle 

Ottawa Q Xiste Tetreau 

Compton Q F. Paqnette 

Annapolis N S W. F. Morse 

| Victoria N B| Michael Tebel 

Addington John Griffith 



Queen s P E I 

(Brant, N R O 

Brant, N R 

Lotbii.iere Q 

Wellington, CR. 



J. W. Cuusins 
Geo. Stanton 
WrnJR, Barker 

Isaie I aiis 
Wm. Booth 



Lisgar M J. Pritchard 



York, W R 

Annapolis N S 



Thomas Coles 
J. W. Parker 



York NB 

Bruce. N R Oj Wm. Simpson 

Middlesex, N R... Oljohn Noble 



Lotbiniere Q 

Lunenburg ... N f< 
;King s N B 



Kobert Lipsay 
Pe er Parks 
H. Parlee 



(Lennox 01 David Griffith 



! Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 



John W. Jinks 
Wm. Grant 



Mus-k a & Parr.vS 0, J. C. Wliitchelo 
Muskoka&P.Sd. , ,. M. Ansley 



Cumberland ...N s 
Bonaventure Q 



E. A. Tabor 
P. I). Loisel 
H. W. Scnbner 



Patterson Settlein t. 

Paudash 

Pavilion 

Peabody .. 

Peake s St n, No. 38. 

Pearcelpy 

Pearoeton 

Peebles 

Peel 

Pelee Island ... 

Pueuabim 

Pelferlaw 

Peggy s Cove 

Pegais 



Pelh-;m Union 

Penibina Crossing... 
Pembroke 



King s N B 

Chicoutiini Q A. Treinblay 

Atsiniboia. N W T J W Broadffeld 

Essex. N R OlDonald Coutts 

York. W R A. S. Patterson 

ISunbury N BJT B. Hoherts 

Peterboro , E R. O John Dickson 

!Cariboo BCIWm. L e 

JGrey, N R John Millburn 

! King s PE I A. Mol>-nald 

Musko a i Par S. T. P. P arce 

Missisqu<i Q Jas. Briggs 

King s N B W. W l ea\-son 

Oxford. S R James Dennis 

Carleton N B.Chns \. Hurnon 

Essex. S R O A. M, C rmick 

Wellington, \ R. ! Robt. Dickson 

York, N R Geo. lohnson 

Halifax N SjW. Crooks 

Lisirar MM. Mclver 

Ottawa Q P N. E. IMissier 

.Ni.-inck Joseph mhnRton 



Pembroke 

Peudennia 

Pendleton 

Penttanguishfne 

Pe:iiac 

Peui n sula-Gasp6 

Pennfield 

Ponnfield Ridge 

Ptniib.squis .... 

Pense 

Peutland 

Penville 

Perct 



Marquette M 

Hants N S 

Renfrew, N R.... 



A. D. M. Voung 
Alex. Moffatt 



Carleton N B H. D. Shaw 

Sel kirk M W. J . S > i -gent 

Prescott O 1 Henry M"ffatt 

Simcoe, E R Oi J S. Darling 

York N BiChas. K. W ade 

Gaspe QlMi-s M T. Miller 

i Charlotte N B ; Wm. Shaw 

.:Charlotte N B Samuel McKay 

]King s N B JnelGr..f-s 

lAssiniboia. NWT|Thnmis Bull 
Wellington, CR. OiRi-hard Muy 
Simcoe, ER 0; E. T. Turner 

Gaspe Q J. E. Tuzo 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTOR L DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT POSTM AST R. 


Perch Station 
Perivale 


Lambton, W R... C 
Algoma 


John Irwin 
Samuel Clark 

James Gallagher 
MrsE.McCraeken 
John D. Perrin 
Thos. Goldsmith 
Calyin Perry 
R. Elders 
J. R. Perry 
Wm Purcell 
Thomas Cairns 
A. Morehouse 
Douglas Baird 
Jno. S. Roberts 
Solomon Devine 
H. C. Rogers 
John Ernst 
Wm. Johnston 
James Joy 
Timothy Malone 
John R. Gurd 
Thomas Leonard 
John Brenan 
Mrs. Taylor 
W. W. Price 
J. R. Thompson 
L. Gauvrien, jr 
Pierre Marquis 
Wm. Holden 
Mrs. Des Brisay 
Wm. Verreau 
Mrs. T. Young 
Geo. Armstrong 
P. Barclay 
J. C. Wallace 
Alex. Morrison 
J. M. Peregrine 
Wm. Hunter 
D. T. R. Nye 
Daniel Lohr 
George Philips 
Mrs. H. Brown 
J. Spence 
Mrs. E. Whitnej 
Thus. Shannon 
E. McPhail 
A. F. Campbell 
Mrs. E. McLeod 
^ital Mathieu 
Tames McDonald 
W. C. Boucher 
Napoleon Gill 
id ward Piers 
Vt-lson Mariet 
L M. House 
los Bellamore 
0. Nantais 
L. A. H. Hoyle 
f. M. Fraser 
D. J. Carmichael 
A. L. Gooderham 
Nelson May 
?. D. Holmden 
?. McBurney 
I. Stevenson 
Robert Mitchell 
Samuel A. King 
James Bradley 
Arthur Grenier 
Jas. Lothian 
Robert Peoples 
John Galbraith 
A. McDonald 
M. Curran 
Lewis Root 
Win. Pitt. sen. 
Alfred Wedge 
John Gileppie 
A. Sutherland 
John Jewell 
J. D. Landriau 

D. McKenzie 
John Smart 
3eorge Mills 
Aneus Mclntosh 


Pleasant Lake 
Pleasant Point 
Pleasant Ridge 
Pleasant River 
Pleasant Vale 


Yarmouth N S 

TTflHfrn-T N 5 


John Earl 
John \auffts 
IJohn Burns 
Wm. Vienot 
R. A. Colpitts 
Leslie M. Craig 
John Beaton 
John Kennedy 
Albert McKean 
G. W. Dawson 
James Knapp 
W. T. Collinson 
W. G. Sims 
N. D. Turuey 
Edward Hudson 
Michael Huyden 
P. J. Foley 
Sam l Andi-rson 
D. J. Walker 
K. Armstrong 
A. F. Russell 
Jonathan Gillis 
Hubert Warren 
Jos. Imbeault 
T. Matthews 
H. Wood 
H. Provost 
Miss M. Grenier 
J. Bte. Hudon 
L. E. Otis 
Moise Leclerc 
G. R. Dixon 
E. McDonald 
0. Descoteau 
John F. O Neill 
Mrs. J. Lewis 
Henry Phillips 
Thos. Pelletier 
E. A. St. Dennis 
Charles Kaye 
Peter Stewart 
Z. S. Williams 
Hugh Mclnnis 
James Scott 
Joseph AngS 
Arch. McRae 
John Skeith 
Geo. Packwood 

Abraham Cannoo 
C. G. Clinch 
Jules Gueguen 
Mrs G. O Connor 
B. R. Colpitts 
R. Polley 

J. H.Bonsall 

Mrs. J. Pomeroy 
lohn S. Black 
Constant Doung 
A S. Grey 
Villiam Agur 
as. L. Halley 
1. B. Besner 
A. Saucier 
rliss J. Bordeleau 
Simon Jennings 
. Beianger 
ames Faulkner 
ohn Kngel 
Jeo. Morrison 
Eli R Barclay 


Perkins 


Ottawa Q 


Charlotte N B 


Perm 


Simcoe, S R 


Perretton 


Renfrew, N R.... 
Victoria, SB .... 
Annapolis N S 
Compton Q 


Albert TV P 


Perrin 


Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant Valley 
Pleasant Valley 
Pleasantville 


Ditrhir M Q 


Perott Settlement... 
Perryboro 


Pictou N 




Perry Settlement ... 


King s N B 


Lunenburg N 8 


Addington 


Plevna 


Perrytown 


Durham, E R.... 
Lanark, S R 






Perth 




Vancouver . .. .B 1 


Perth 


Victoria N B 




Perth Centre 


Victoria N B 


Plymouth 


Carleton N B 


Perth Road 


Addington 




Selkirk M 




Renfrew, N R. ... 
Peterboro , W R. 
Waterloo, SR.... 
King s P E I 






*Peterbarough 




Gloucester N 1 
Charlotte NB 
Cape Breton... N S 
Renfrew, N R. ... 
Northumb d... N B 
Victoria N S 


Petersburg 




Peter s Road 




Peterson s Corners . 
Peteroville 


Peterboro , E R . 
Queen s N B 


Point Alexander.... 


*PetersviUe 


London 


Point Clear 


Petersville Church.. 
Peterville 


Queen s N B 


Pointe a Pic 




Prince P E I 


Pointe au Bouleau 
Pointe au Chene . . 
Pointe aux Pins 
Pointe aux Tremble. 
Pointe aux Trembles 
Pointe aux Orignaux 
Pointe Bleue 




Pethertou 


Wellington.N R. 
Westmoreland, N B 
Richmond N S 
Gloucester ... N B 
Rimouski Q 




Petitcodiac 




Petite deGrat 
Petite Lamcgue 
Petite Matane 


Hochelaga Q 


Portneuf Q 




Petite Riv. Bridge... 
Petit Rocher 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Gloucester N B 


Chicoutimi C 
Jacques Cartier... C 
Westmoreland, N E 
Westmoreland. N B 
St. Maurice ...... C 
Lambton, W R... 
Cape Breton... N S 
Northumb d... N B 
Kamouraska. . . , C 


Petits Meechins 
Petpeswick Harbour 
Petrel 


Rimouski Q 


Pointe de Bute 
Pointe du Chene. ... 


Halifax N S 


Marquette . . M 


*Petrolea 


Lambton, E R... 
Addington . . 


Point Edward 
Point Edward.... 


Pet worth 


Peveril 


Vaudreuil Q 


Point Eecuminao .. 
Pointe Seche .... 


Pheasant Forks 
Pktlpstrm 


Assiniboia-.N WT 
Simcoe. N R 
Missisquoi Q 




Philipsburg, East ... 
Philipsburg, West ... 
Philipston 


Point Kaye 


Simcoe, E R ( 
Kestigouche... N I 


Waterloo, S R.... 
Hastings, E R. ... 
Leeds, S R 


Point la Mm 


Point Mamainse. . . . 
Point of Cape 


Philipsville 


Antigonishe... N 6 
Prince Edward... C 
Lotbiniere Q 


Pic 


Algoma ... . O 




*Pickerina 


Ontario, S R 
Prince Edward... 
Pictou N S 


Point Platon 


*Pictm 


Point Prim 


Queen s P E I 


Pictou 


*Pmnt St. Charles... 
Point St. Peter 
Point Sapin 


Montreal Centre. C 
Gaspe C 
Kent N B 


Pictou Island 


Pictou N S 


Pictou Landing 
Piedmont 


Picton N S 


Terrebonne . Q 






Piedmont Valley ... 
*Pierreville 


Pictou N S 


Point Wolfe 


Albert N B 


Yamaska Q 




Kent.. N B 


Pierreville Mills 
Pinrston 


Yamaska Q 


Poland 


^anark, N R 
Westmoreland, N B 
Jucen s N B 
Colchester N S 
"Ktawa .... Q 


Kind s N B 


Pollett River 


Pigeon Hill 


Missi.^quoi ... . Q 


Polley hurst 
Polly Bo- 


Pig-eon Lake 


Vlarquette M 


Pike Bay 


Bruce, X R 
Essex. N R 
Missisquoi Q 


Poltinjore 


Pike Creek 




Marquette M 
Charlotte N B 
Gr"v. S R 


Pike River 


Pomeroy Ridge 


Pilot Mound 


Marquette M 


Pine Dale 


Ontario. N R 
York. W R 


Potnquet Chapel .... 
Ponds 


Antigonishe ... N S 
J ictou . N S 


Pine Grove 


Pine Orchard 


Ontario, WR 
Kent N B 


Pond Mills 
Ponsonby 


Middesex, S R.. O 
Wellingtou,C R. 


Pine Ridu e 


Pine River 


Bruce, W R 


Pont Chateau . 


Pinette 


Queen s P R I 


Pont de Maskinonge 
Porit Rouge... . 


Maskinonge Q 


PineTrea 


Pictou N Si 


Pinkerton 


Bruce. E R 


Pontvpool 


Durham, E R . . 
Uval Q 

King s N B 


Pioneer 


Oarlpfnn X It 


Pont Viau 


Piopolis Compton Q 


Pipeatone Selkirk TW 


Poole 
Poplar Hill 


Perth, NR 
Pictou . N S 


Pirate Harbour 
Pirtarinco.. 


Guysboro ... . N S 


St. John N B 
Queen s .... P E I 


Poplar Hill 


Middlesex, S R..O 


Pisquid 


Poplar Point 


N. B Hill 
3. M. Melancon 
ohn Amey 
Wm. W Miller 
j. Manzerol 
hos. Hawkins 
Frederick Jones 

awes L. Jenks 
?. S. Taylor 
. Thompson 
W. J. Emtfry 
liss M.Boutillier 


Pisquid Road 


Queen s P E I 
Frontenac 


Poquiock . . . 


York N B 


Pitt s Ferry 


Port Acadie 


Digby N S 


Pittstou 


Grenville, S R ... o! 
Prince P E I 


* Portage da Fort 






Portage la Prairie... 




Plainfield 


Hastings, E R. ... 
Pictou .... N S 


Vorthumb d... N B 
Huron, W R O 


Plainfield 


Port Albert 


Plainville 


Northumb d,W R 
Ottawa Qj 


* Port Arthur 


Plaisance 


Portapique . . 


Colchester N S 
Colchester N S 
jluvsboro N S 
Ilgin E R 




Prescott O 1 


Portapique Mount n 
Port Beckerton 


Plaister Mines 
Plattsville 


Victoria N S 


Brant, N R 
Lanark, S R 
Inverness N S! 


Playfair 


*Port Burwell 
Port Caledonia .. .. 


Elgin, E R 
3ane Breton... N S 


Pleasant Bay .. 



[256] 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



89 



POST OFFICE. ! ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 




3. H. Johnston 
James D. Coffin 
H. Fraser 
L. G. Carter 
Robert Cotton 
Eugene F. Dwyer 
P. Sweetman 
David Abel 
Mrs. M. J. Roy 
G. Siddall 

Horace Newton 
G. E. Orman 
Stephen Boudrot 
J. Hassetwood 
A. Elliott 
Wm. Bradley 
Jane Elderkin 
D. Dockstender 
J G. McKeen 
Colle Beaton 

Thos Murphy 
A. C Thompson 
Mrs. J. Smirk 
E. J. Baird 
C W. Elliott 
L. Robertson 
W. II. McDonald 
W. H. Gailagher 
Thomas Dale 
S. McK. Snow 
3. B. B. Carson 
J. P. Foster 

Mrs. 1ST. Leslie 
F. Cohoon 
L. F. Bonso 
11. Trites 
Wm. Bamford 
F. X. T. Hatnelir 
Elzear Marcotte 
J. W. Burnham 
George King 
Lewis Murray 
James McCoppen 
Miss McLennan 
H W. Auderson 
Wm. Doiron 
Wm. H. Ryerse 
Enoch Cox 
A. II. Menvilley 
J. Campbell 
M Payne 
H. C. Ladrll 
John Brown 
John Power 
James Pratt 
J. W. Fullerton 
F. A. Forsjth 
G. N. Munshaw 
John Claik 
C. Mahoney 
J. H. McClotcW 
P.O. Byram 
John R. Moore 

R. Williams 
Vital 
N. Preveneau 
John Dowsley 
John McKenzie 
Carl Nispel 
James Murdock 

T. Price, sen. 
B. A. Ghent 
!M. Greg >ry 
Goorge Dodds 
Charles Mair 
P. Hurd 
John W. Reigh 

J. Sanderson 
H. C. Forsyth 
H. E. Mackay 
R. McDonald 


Prince ville 


[nverness N S 
York NB 


John McMaster 
I. L. Eraser 
Wm. G. Hatch 
rhomas Hurst 
Wm. Burrows 
J. H. Powers 
0. H. Beeman 
W. E. Baker 
R. S. Ogle 
J. C. Ni chereon 
John Carlaud 
Levi Borden 
Thos. A. Fraser 
C. T. Weatherley 
J. Crockford 
Wm. Watt 
Mrs. Thompson 
John N. Logan 
M. Humbly 
S. Carson 
Wm. Leslie 
R. McKeuzie 
B. D. Kirkpatrick 
Thomas Piercy 
Ovide Tremblay 
J. Beaulieu 
Wm. Sutherland 
A.G.Tourangeau 
D. Thompson 

D. McKinnon] 
J. A. Hamilton 
Jas. H. Aylward 
D. J. McMasters 
J. Johnston 
Miss I. Barlow 
R. StepheiiSOQ. 
Wm. Graham 
J. Gahagan 

W. Darling 
J. A. Armstrong 
A. Archambault 
D. McMasters 
John Grey 
Mrs. Mary Still 

Miss Honsberger 
Kearns, jun. 
Jas. McPherson 
Robt. Ramsay 
A. A. Jones 
Mrs. A. Parkhill 
Benjamin Lake 

Joseph Howlett 
F. McCormack 
D. A. Hopper 
A. McDougall 
Mrs.F. Cuddahee 
iG. Steedsman 
R. McManainon 
T. A. Gadbi is 
; Geo. Strachn 
John J. Piper 
! J. L. Hagerman 
1 Wm. Nimmo 
J. C. Harvey 
! M. Skelly 
Thomas Moxon 
W. Latirner 
A. Suffern 
John Holbert 
J. W. Patterson- 
1 E. Read 
John C. Hauley 
R. Donaldson 
John McKay 
John Morrison 
D. McMillan 
Wm. Urquha.-t 
M. McMillan 
J. Tasker 
J. Henderson 
Mrs. Sutherland 
J. McFarlane 
Jas. Osborne 




Prince William 
Mnce William Stat 
Prinyer 


Port Cockburn Muskoka & P S d. 

+ P"tYrf f fJhnmf Wallwnd O 


York N Bi 


Prince Edward... 
Lanark, S R 
Halifax N S 
Albert N B 
Nonhumberl d,NB 
Algoma 




Peel 


Prospect 


*Port Dalhousie 




Prospect 


Jonaventure Qj 
fJorfolk, S R 
Bruce W R 


Prosser Brook 


+Port Dover 


rotectionville , 
rovidence Bay 
Pubnico Beach 




Port Elgin 


Westmoreland. N B 
Lanark 8 R 


helburne N S 
Tarmouth N S 
!umberland... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
elkirk M ; 




Pubnico Harbour ... 


Pnrtar s Hilt 


Huron S R 


Pagwash 


Porter s Lake 


Halifax N S 
Guysboro N S 






Port Franks 


Lambton, E R ... 0| 
Annapolis N S 
Durham. W R ... 


urbrook 
Purdy 


Ontario. N R O 
Hastings, N R ... 
Antigocishe ... N S 
Bruce, S. R 01 






Purlbrook 


Port Greville 


Purple Grove 




"J.Westmiuster.BC 


Purple Hill 


)nrham, W R... O 
York.WR 
Vellington, S R. 
Middlesex, E R . 




"urpleville 


Port Hawkesbury ... 


Inverness N S 
Guysborough. .N S 
Priuce P E I 




Port Hill 


Juaco Road 


St.John N B 
Vancouver B C 
Iharlevoix Q 
Rimouski Q 


Fbrt Hood 




Port Hood Island ... 
*Port ffope 


Inverness N S 
Durham, K R.... 
Dumberlatd ... N S 
Jueen s N S 
Bothwell 


iuai des Eboulem ns 
Quai de Rimounki ... 
Qa Appelle 




Assiniboia Terrify. 
Quebec Q 
Hastings, N R.... 
York N B 


Port Joli 


*Qutbec 
Queensborough 




Leeds S R 




St John N B 


Queen Hill 


Bruce, WR 






Queenston 


..in. & Niagara.. O 
York, N R 
Inverness N S 
King s N B 




Huntingdon Q 
Annapolis N S 
Monck 


Queens ville 
Queens ville 




Port Maitland 


Queensville 




Queen s N S 


itfuesnelle 


Cariboo BO 


fwt Midway .. 




Quesnelle Forks. . . . 






N.Westminster,BC 
Guysborough, N S 
Halton 


Kent 


Port Mulgrave 




Ottawa Q 


Quisibus 


Victoria N B 




Portneuf Q 


Quispainsis 


King s N B 


Portneut Station . . . 
* P n t Perry 


Portneuf Q 
Ontario. NR 
Cumberland ...N S 
Richmond N S 
Welland 




Pontiac Q 


Rtrt.it ock 


Joliette Q 


Port Philip 


Ragged Head 
Ragged Island 
Raglan 


Guysboro N S 
Shelburne N S 
Ontario, S R 


Port Richmond 


*P<nrt Rolrinson 


Norfolk ^ R 


Railton 


Addington 


Port Royal 


Norfolk, S R 
Richmond ... N S 




Hildimand 
Haldinianil 


Port Royal 


Rainham Centre 




Norfolk, S R 
Simcoe. E R 
Simcoe E R O 


Rama 


Ontario, N R 


Port Saudfield 


Ramsay s Corners .. 
Randboro 


Russell 
Cornpton Q 




Portsmouth 




R.tndwick 


Simcoe, S R 
\orfolk N R 


*Port Stanley 
*Port Sydney 


Elgin, E R 
Muskoka &P S d O 
Elgin, W R 
Halifax N S 


Rankin 


Renfrew, N R.... 
Middlesex, S R... 


Port Talbot 


Raper 


Portuguese Cove . .. 
Port Union 


Rapede de Femme.. 
Rapvl City 


Victoria N B 


Ontario, W R.... 
King s N S 
King s N S 


Mirquette M 


Port mi Hams 
Port Williams Stat. 
Pottageville 


Rapids des Joachim 


Poutiac Q 


Ontario. N R 
Oxf >rd, N R 
King s N B 


York N R 


Rutho 
Hatter s Corner 
Rat Portage 


Powa->san 


Muskoka & P S d. 
Lanark. N R O 


Powell 


K 




Huntingdon Cj 
Victoria N B 


Ravenna 


Grey, E R 
Muskoka &PSU 
York. N R 


Power s Creek 


R-ivenscliffe 


Pownall 


Queen s P E I 
Selkirk M 


Ravenshoe 


Ravenswood 


Larnbton, K R.... 
Musk.xa&PS d. 
Montcalm Q 


Prairie Siding 


Kent . . . . 


Ravensworth 


Pred enhaut 


Westmoreland. N B 
Peterboro . E R. 
Grenville. S R ... 
Grev N R 




Preneveau . 




Hants N S 


*Prescott ... 


Ravfield 


Selkirk M 


Presqu Isle 


Raymond 


Muskoka & PSd. 
Victoria, S R . ... 
Marquette M 


Preston ... 


Waterloo S R 


Rraboro 


Preston 


Marquette M 
Halilax N S 
Simcoe. E R 
Grey, SR 
Kind s. ...PEI 


Reaburn 


Preston Road 


Read 


Westmoreland N D 
Hastings, .E R.... 
Wellington, C R. 
Victoria N S 


Price s Corner 


Read 


Priceville 
Priest Pond 


Reading ... 


Rar of Baddeck Bay 


Primrose 


Cardwell 


Rear of Black River 
Rear Little Judique 
Rear L. Sporting Mt 
Rear Ball s Creek . . 
Reay 


Richmond N S 
Inverness N S 
1 Richmond N S 


Prince Albert 


Saskatchewan Ter. 
Ontario. S R 
Annapolis . . . .N S 
St.John N B 
Colchester N S 
Brant, N R 
Prince P E I 


Prince Albert.... 


Priuce Albert 
Prince of Wales . 
Princeport 


Cape Breton . . N S 
Simcoe. E R 
Middlesex, E R . 
Northumberl d.N B 
Bruce, N R 
St.John N B 


*Princeton 


Red Bank 


Prince town 


Red Bay. 


Princetown Road .., 


Queen s PEI 


Red Head .. 



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[1885. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT, 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFI..-E. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT POSTMASTER. 


Red House .... Kinsr s PET 


J. Soedhatu 
M. McKenzie 
George E Yott 
C. Roberts, jun. 
N. Flanagan 
John Burntll 
John Robertson 
J. L. G. Couklins; 
James Savage 
John Quon 
J. C. Irvine 
W. Reid 

Robert Wilson 
M B. Leger 
Robt. M.ihew 
Wm. Mackav 
D. McLauchiin 
r\ Jardme 
M. Hayes 

T. Wilkinson 
F. X. O Brien 
l). Stepheuson 
D. Andrews 
T. Neilfy 
Daniel Dares 
J. B. Birbe-au 
John Richards 
P. McLaurin 
A. Cl<>nti .ir, sen. 
C. D Cormier 
Kdsiar Lang 
J. C Vautour 
P. J. Richard 
Wm. Rice 
Robt. Mclutyre 
K. H. Foster 
W. H. Butler 
Matthew Teefy 
L Jutras 
James Anderson 
Miss J. Burgess 
David Kyte 
L. S. Hancock 

Robt. McMillan 
P. W. Anthony 
Miss J.Charleboii- 
Isaac Gaunce 
John Rimington 
Samuel Cote 
G. H Sylvester 
P. D. M c!nnes 
J B. St. Pierre 
Mrs. M. Hollis 
K. \\. Tonipkin. - 
James Graham 
P I/anlois 
G. H. Buret 
P. Hamilton, jui. 
J. B. Commeaull 
Joseph tt. Porter 
K. McK.-nzie 
John Morrison 
S H. Brock 
1^. Rancourt 
I T La. hance 
Mi hael Pugslev 
W. K M.)nisou 
Geortre Gordon 
Mis^ M. Morrow 
^. Boisr.nault 
t onald Stewart 
Mrs. G Philips 
Win. McDonald 
M. C Webster 
.las. Carnwath 
Henry Parry 
C. B "Sword 
J. McKenzie 
J. C. Williams 
T. W Church 
T. Auclair 
Jean Gauthior 
F. Armstrong 
Alohonse Lord 


Riviere des Caches . 
Kivieredes Plantes. 
Riviere des Prairies.. 
* Riv.duLoup(en has) 
Riv. du Loup Stat n. 
Kiviere Gagnon 
Kiviere la Fleur 
Riviere la Madeleine 


NorthumbeiTd.N B 


R. Savoy 
George Plants 
Louis Belanger 
Chas. A. Gaudry 
Felix Saiudon 
Wm. Scott 
P. Langlois 
Joseph Jean 
Miss C. Anctil 
B. Chambers 

D. Mclntosh 
M. McDonald 
R. McCordick 
Mrs. H. Munroe 
D. McGregor 

Joseph Dumaie 
H Robicbaud 
Lemuel Pope 
Ernest Allard 
Wm M. Pau 

A. H- R. Bastien 
A. DesauMs 
Mrs. Mi Kechney 
R. McDonald 
A. Oliver 
D. A. Currie 
J. Herbison 

Wm. Simpson 
J. S J. Watson 
L. Hamilton 
A. A. Barry 
Wm. C. Kdwards 
Jones Taylor 

W. H. Mclntyre 
Robt. Fraser 
Win Burnside 
W. H. Dodson 
C. Cornwall 
Rufus Ward 
John Kirk wood 
B. Kllis 
B. Cornell 
J. L. H irrison 
Cha.-. W<=ston 
Chas. Rockwell 
C. Sinclair 
Robt. Pasmore 
Chas. Dovle 
J. J. Sutherland 
John Smith 
Jas. Bonthron 

A. Humphrey 
A. Lawrence 
Jos. C. McLeod 
A. Ma.-Dougall 
A. Campbell 
J A. Hewitt 
D. Kelly 
B. Fanning 

N. McKenzie 
W. Stirling 
Mrs. A. Burnett 
H. Smith 

A. KeUo 
Moses McNeil 
W. E. Hoyt 
Cor. McKay 
R. McCartney 
Geo. dimming 
J. J. Muirhead 
Robt. McFarlane 
John Stevens 

M. Gingrich 
Elijah Hagar 
Miss J. Hewitt 
Darirt Stewart 
Mrs. M. McLaren 


Red Islands Richmond N S 


Rednersville 


Prince Edward... 
Victoria N H 




Red Rapids 


Temiscouata Q 
Temiscouata Q 
Terrebonne Q 
Montmorenci ... Q 
Gasp6 Q 


Rfd Rock. 
Rcdpath 


Algoma O 
A^sinihoia Territ v 
Kino-a ...P IB T 


Red Point 


Red Wing Grey. E R 
Rt- edh im Metrantic 


Kamouraska Q 


Reed^dale 
Reymn 


M trantic . , Q 
Assiniboia Terrify 
Duudas O 


Reviei-rt St. Jean .... 
Riv. Trois Pistoles... 
Rivington 
Rivulet 


Temiscouata Q 
Argenteuil Q 
Inverness .... N S 
York, N R 


Reid n Mills 


Rei. iland 


Maiquette M 
ilardwell 
Kent T\T R 


Rflessey 


Roach s Point 


Renaud s Mills 




Guysboro N S 


Rentorth Brunt. N R 


Robertson s Point ... 
R bertson Station... 
Robertsville 


*Kenfrew Kei.frew. S R . ... 
Renfrew Hants N S 


Megan tic Q 


Addino-tnn O 


Renous Bridge 
Reuons River 


Northnmlwrl d.N B 
North umberl d.N 15 
Norfolk v R . 


Koherval Chicomimi O 


Robichaud . 


Westmoreland N B 
Co npton Q 
Bonaventure. . . .Q 


Renton 


Robinson 
Robi aille 


Rontou Station 


Went.worth, SR. 
L Assomption Q 
MuskokaA PSd. 

YMrmnnth . . N S 


Robliu . 




Rob Roy 


Grey. ER 
As?iniboia Terr 
Shefford Q 




Rhodes Kina s N S 




Rhode s Corner ... 


Lunenburg.... N S 
Miesisquoi Q 
AliOuia 


Kochesterville 
Rock Barra 


Carleton 
King s P E 1 


Riceburg 
Richard s Landing . 

* l?i(*vilt? . 


Rockburn 


Huntingdon Q 


Present! ... .. f> 




Richmond N S 
Leeds S R . 


Richard vilie Mes;antic Q 


Uof kf^eld . 


Richardville Kent NH 


Ro"kford 


Norfolk. N R 
Sherbrooke . . . . Q 
Renfrew. S R . ... 
Yarmouth N 8 


Rich by Comptou Q 
Richioueto Kent N K 






Richibucto Village 
Richland 


Kent N B 






Rock Inland 


Stanste id Q 


Richmond Corner. . . i Carleton N B 
* Richmond . ... Richmond Q 




RllFSell O 




Westmoreland N B 
Westmoreland. N B 
Renfrew, N R ... 
Pictou N S 




Kockland Station . ... 
RockliPTe 


*Kichmimd Hill 


York,W R 


Richmond Station... 
Rich iiond 


Richmond Q 


Rouklin 


Marquet.ti? M 
Peel. N R 
Brant. N R 
Elgin. W R 


Rockly 


Cumberland ...N S 
Jrev, E R 


Richview 
Rich wood 


Korklyn 


Rockport ... ... 


Leeds, S R 


Ridgetown 




Westmoreland, N B 
Cardwell 




Monck 




RMueville 


Provencher M 
U el and 


Rx;k Springs , 
Rocl ton 


Brockville... 


*Riilyeway 


Wentworth. N R. 
Klnir s N B 




Vaudreuil ... . Q 




Rilev Brook 


Victoria N B 
Hastings, N R.... 

i;im ti>-ui O 


Rockville 


Yarmouth N S 


Riniingtoii. ........ 


Rockwell Settlement 
Rockway Valley . ... 


Cumberland .. N S 
Ottawa Q 
Wellington, SR.. 
Richmond N S 
Pictou N S 


* ftirno-iiski 


Riiiifwond Ontario, N R, ..0 


Hiply Bruce, ;* R 
Ripon Ottawa O 


Kooky Bav , 


Rocky Mountain ... 
R<>oky Point .... 


Rivorbank 
Rivrrbank 
Riverdale Junction. 
River Beaudette 


Wellington, C R. 
Carleton N B 
Cardwell (* 


Queen s P E I 
Perth, S R 


Rodgervill? 




Noithumberl dN B 
Klgin W H 


Soul&ngefl Q 




Rivf.r HouryKoise . ... 
River f liarlo 


Richmond N S 


Roeburk 


flrenville, S R ... 
Pictou N S 


Restigouche... N B 
Yamaska . .. Q 






Hollo Bay 


King s P E I 


River dc Chute 
River Ueni.is 
River Dennis Road... 
River Desert 


Carleton N B 


Rollo Bay Cross 


King s P E I 


Inverness N S 
Inverness.. .. N ^ 




Charlotte ... N B 


Roman s Valley 
Roniily . . 


Guysboro N S 
Cardwell 


Ottawa Q 


River Gilbert 


I eauce Q 
B-ai.ce .. . Q 




Kent 


Riv. Oilb t G. Mines 
River Hebert 


Konn 


Queen s P El 


Cumberland... N S 
Richmond M > s 




Kent 


River Inhab. liridge. 
River Jhn 




Norfolk, NR 
Cumberland ..N S 
Brant N R 


Pictou N S 


Rose 


River John Road.... 
River Joneph 
River L Wixnn 
River Philip 


Colchester N 3 
Ottawa Q 
Re^tigouche ... N B 
Cumberland... N S 
Bruce, E R 
Colchester N S 
Albert N B 
Yirk, E R 
N .We8tmiiister,B C 
Wellington, NR. 
Grey. K R 




Roseberry 
Rosedale 


Selkirk M 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Carleton N B 


Rnersdale 
Riversdale 




Monck 


Ronehall 


Prince Edward... 
Simcoe, S R 
Northumb.,W R. 
Lanark, N R 
Albert . .. N B 










Rivemde 


Ro.setta 


Riverstown 


Rose Vale . 


Riverview 


Rose Valley iOneen s P E 1 


River View 


Libert N B 




Waterloo, S R ... 
Shelburne N S 
Hastings, E R ... 
Cumberland ...N S 
Renfrew, N R. ... 


Riviere aClaude 
Riviere a la Martre. 
Riviere aux Pins.... 
Rivtere Bois Glair ... 


Gaspe Q 
Gxp6 Q 






Quebec Q 
Lotbiniere Q 


Roslin 


Ross ... 



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1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



91 



POST OFFICE, 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


T> v 


Selkirk IT 


R R Ros s 




Nicolet Q 


Olivier D6silets 




King s NS 


D E. Ross 




Huntingdon Q 


F. S. Bourgeault 




Muskoka & P Sd 


Wm Ditchburn 




Kent N B 


A. McEwen 


Rosaeau Falls 


MuskokaA PS d. 


Wm. Snider 


Ste. Anne deBellevue 


JacquesCartSer... Q 


T. Raymond 


Ross Mills 


Levis Q 


Mrs. L. G. Scott 


Ste. Anne de Beaupre 


Montmorency.... Q 


Adulphe Par6 




Prince Kdward... 


Win. Gerow 


Ste. Anoe de la Per. 


Champlain Q 


Jos. U. Marcotte 




Durham B K 




Ste.Anne des Moots. 


Gaspe Q 


A. Tasseville 




Digby . . N S 


Joshua Reid 


Stg. Anne desPlaines 


Terrebonne Q 


D. Gaudette, M.D. 




Perth N R . . 6 


Justus Kreuter 


Ste. Anne laPocatiere 


Kamouraska Q 


G. Levesque 


Rothes 


Ontario, W R . ... 


Charles Alcox 


Ste. Anne de Sorel.. 


Richelieu Q 


K. Latraverse 




Wellington C R 


W H Lowes 


St. Ann s 


Victoria N S 


John McLeod 




Kind s N B 


G W Sherwood 


St Ann s 


Provencher M 


Isaie Richer 


Rou^-e Hill 


Ontario W R. 




St. Ann s 


Queen s P E I 


M. Murphy 




Kouville . Q 


Z Batcheldar 


St. Ann s 


Mon,-k 


Joseph H. Snider 


Round Flill 


Kind s N B 






Dorchester Q 


Miss J. Fortier 


Round Hill 




C E Spurr 


St. Anthony 


Kent N B 






Peterboro K R 


Henry Gorow 


St. Antoine, Lotbi re 


Lotbiniere Q 


Edmond Larue 




Norfolk N U 




St. Antoine Riv Ric 


Verclieres Q 


Louis Mi ette 


Rouuthwaite . . 


Marquette .... M. 


S. Rouuthwaite 


St. Antonin 


Temiscouata Q 


Miss 0. Fortin 




Preseott . . 


J. 0. Poirier 


St. Apollinaire 


Lotbiniere Q 






V.rf.ilk. S R .. .. 


John Biddle 


St. Arinand Centre... 


MissisquOi Q 


A. Titemor 


Rowanton 




Hugh Graut 


St. Armand Station 


Missisquci Q 


Peter Smith 






Thos. S. Carter 


St. Arseue 


Temiscouata Q 


F. Pi-lletier 




Victoria N B 


Jas. E. Simmons 






P. Regr.ier 




Albert N B 




St. Aubert 


L lslel Q 


A. Blais 


Roy ham 


St. Johns Q 


W. C. Kin* 


St. Auijustine 


Wuron. W R () 


Peter Kfrarney 


Roxton Falls 


ShefTord Q 


John Wood 


St.. Augustin, P tneuf 


PortUruf Q 


C. East 


Roxton Pond 


Shefford Q 


S. Bachand 


St. Augustin,Two M. 


Two Mountains.. Q 


J. B. Ouellette 


Royal ........ . 


Provencher M 


T. C. J. Gillev 


St. Barnabe, R.Yam. 


3t. Hyacinthe ... Q 


A. Bouvier 


Royal Road 


York ... \ B 


Chas W. Eatey 


St. Barnabe. St.Mau 


St. Maurice Q 


F. Bi lluiare 


Royalton 


Carletou X B 


Q. Weade 


St. Barthelemi 


Berthier Q 


Miss 0. 8} Ivestre 




Simooa E R 




St. Bazile de Poi tn l 


Portneuf Q 


U. Collette 




Rimousqui . . . . Q 


Klzear Ross 


St. Bazile le Grand. 


Chambly Q 


E. Lalumiere 




Bonaventure Q 


Mrs. B Wheeler 


St. Bazile Station ... 


Portneuf Q 


C. A. Delate 


Rupert 


Ottawa Q 




Ste Beatrix 


Joliette Q 


G. L dit?darsolait 


Ru^Jifornis 


Sunbury N B 


Abner Smith 


St. Benoit 


Two Mountains.. Q 


Severe Daoust 


Ruscom River 


Essex, N R 




St. Bernard de Dorc r 


Oorchester Q 


L. C. Geuest 




Essex, N R .0 


Jno D Mathers 


St. Bernard (sub ) 


St. John s . Q 


T. Ssmoisette 


Rush I oiut 


Petflrboro, E R.. 


J. Duprey 


St. Blandine . . . 


Rimouski . . . . Q 


Rev. A Premont 




Simcoe S R 


Robt. Reid 


St. Bonaventure 




0. Salois 




Per.h S R . 


John Wilson 


St. Boniface ....... 


^roveMcher M 


P. W. Allaire 


Russell . . .. 


Russell 


W R. Petrie 


Ste. Brigide 


Iberville ..." . Q 


D. G. Lamarche 


Russelton 


Simcoe, N R 


James Russell 


Ste.Brigitte des S ltf 


Nicolet Q 


N. D. Houde 


Russeltown 


Chateauguay .... Q 


0. Struthers 


St. Bruno 


Chambly Q 


J. M. Cote 


Rustioo. ... 


Queen s P R I 


J Gallant 


St.Calixte Kilkenny 


Vfoutcalni Q 


A. Perrault 


Ruther Glen 


Carleton N B 


E. D. Martin 


St. Camille 


Wolfe Q 


J. H. Crepeau 


Rutherford 


Bothwell o 


H. N. Roberts 


St. Canute 


Two Mountains. Q 


John Makereth 


Ruthven .. 


B- : se\. SR 


Johr* Bdrnett 


*St. Casimir 


Portneuf Q 


F. X. Giu"rag 


Ruttanville 
Ryokuian s Corners 


Marquette ..... M 
V\ eutworth, S R. O 


W. D. Ruttan 


St. Cassien des Caps 
St. Castin 


Charlevoix . . . . Q 
Kent N B 


d. Desroches 


Rydal Bank 


A Igoma 


W. R. Smith 


St. Catharines 


Portneuf Q 


Pierre Juiien 


Rye .. 


Mukoka& P S d 


Wm. Parks 


St. Catherines River 


Qu^jn s N S 


Jacob McDonald 


Rylstone 


Northumb.. E R. 


I). Allan 


*St. Catharines 


Ijincoln 


Robert Lawrie 


Ste. Adele 


Terrebonne Q 


H. B. Lafleur 


Ste Cec. de Levrard. 


N ioolet .. Q 


F. M. Kailhoit 


Ste. Adelaide d.Pabos 


(iaspe Q 


George Mauger 


St.Cecile de Whitton 


Compton Q 


Acb -laH Loubier 


St Adol de Howard 


Argenteuil Q 




St. Celsstiu 


Nicolet Q 


Alf Thibodeau 


St. Aclneu 


Wolfe Q 


F. X. Charland 


St. Claire 


Ronville... Q 


L. H. Bivtudrj 


St \uatha 


Waterloo 8 R 


Antony Kaiser 


St. Charles . . 


Selkirk M 


Mary Adshead 


Ste. Aijathe . . 


Provencher M 


Rev C.Samoisettt- 


St Charles deCap^au 




Joseph Cyr 


Ste. Agathe de Loth. 


Lotbiniere Q 


L. Boulanger 


St. Chas.. Riv. Boyer 


^ellechasse Q 


Kd. Biiodeau 


Ste. Agnes de Charl x 


Charlevoix Q 


Rev. 1 . Qendron 


St. Cbas. Iiiv..Rich u 


St. Hyacinthe Q 


J. E. LeBlanc 














S . Agapit 


Lotbiuiere Q 


Louis Olivier 


St. Clair Sidi;ig ... . 


Rssex . . 


L. Souchereau 


St. Agathe des Monis 




P Forgette 


Ste Claire 




J E Caouette 


St. Aim6 


Richelieu Q 


Pierre GeHuag 


St. Clements . 


Waterloo N R 




St. Alban 


Portneuf Q 


Jean Savard 


St. Clement 


Temiscouata Q 


George Afril 


St. Albert 


Russell Q 


Victor Fortier 


St Clet 






St. Albert 


Arthabaska Q 


D. Rheault 


Ste. Clothilde 


Arthabaska ... Q 


C. Gelinas 


St. Albert 


Alberta Territory . 


Rev. P. H. Ledur 


St. Coiumbin 


Two Mountains Q 


M J Phelan 


St. Alx d Iberville 


Iberville Q 


A. A. L. Brien 


St. Come 


Joliette .... Q 


Alphonse Labine 


St.Alex de Kam rska 


Kamouraska Q 


George Brochu 


St. Constant 




J. 0. Longtin 


St. Alexis de Monte 


Montcalm Q 


Egide Oinon 


St. Croii 


Hants . . N S 




St. Alexis des Monts. 


Maskinong6 Q 


J. Bte. Drolet 


St. Croix 


York N B 


D. Gallagher 


St. Alphonse 


Joliette Q 


F. M. Trudeau 


Ste. Oraix 


Lotbiniere Q 




St.Alphnnsede Gran 


Shefford Q 


Antoirje Cote 


St. Cunegonde 




G. N. Duchartne 


St. Am6d6e 


Ottawa Q 


R. Robinf on 


St. Cuthbert 


Berthier Q 


C N Paquin 


St. Anaclet 




0. Couture 


St. Cuthbert Station 


Herthier Q 




St. Andre de Km... 


Kamouraska Q 


Alf. Decjardins 


St. Cyprien 


Temiscouata Q 


G. Dallaire 


St. Andre Avelin . 


Ottawa Q 


(i. N. Rabv 


St. Cyr 


Richmond Q 


R E Dyson 


St. Andrewt 


Charlotte N B 


G. F. Campbell 


St. Cyriac 


Chicoutimi Q 




St. Andrewt 


Antigonishe ...N S 


DuncanChisholm 


St. Cyrille de L lslet 


L Islet .. , Q 


J. B. Cloutier 


St. Andrews 


Colchester N S 


A. B. Sibley 


St. Cyrille de Wend 






*St. Arvire.ws, Eait 


Argenteuil Q 


Thomas Lamb 


St. Damase 


St. Hyacinthe Q 


P. H. Petit 


St. Andrews, West... 


Cornwall 


L. Masterson 


St.Damie.deBrandon 


Berthier Q 




St. Andrews 




Jas Stewart 








St. Andrews 


King s P E I 


J. Macdonald 


St. Darid de L6vis.. 


Levis Q 


Mrs. F Halle 


St. Angela de Monn r 


RouTillo..., ... Q 


Benoni Loiselle 


St. David s .. 


Lin. & Niagara ... 


Samuel Read 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


St.DenisdelaBout re 
St. Denis. Riv. Rich. 
St. Didace 


Kamouraska Q 


Ernerre Lecuier 
E. Germain 
Victor Vachon 
Emt-rie Leurier 
L. Cown 
S. Levesque 
C. H. Coutu 
C. Valequette 
J. Blain 
Miss B. Butler 
Gaepard Boulay 
R H. MacDonald 
F. Garneau 
E. Lacerte 
M. Robillard 
D. A. McDougall 
Sifroid Lapointe 
Jean Bilodeau 
A. Bazinais 
0. Begin 
C. W. Warner 
C. D. dit Pariseau 
D. McKay 

Louis Poulin 
U. Brunelle 
Victor Lalonde 
J. Rondeau 
Narcisse Legris 
P. Gauthier 
Honore Blais 
A. Gagnon 
U G. Villeneuve 
F. X Asselin 
Louis F. Roy 
H. Gagnon 
Max Crepeau 
A. Pelletier 
Pierre Berube 
A. BhSrour 
Leon Langlois 
Auguste Cote 
L. Bedard 
F. V. dit Maheu 
D. St. Pierre 
F. Belleau 

S. St. Amour 
R. Pdit Lachance 
F. E. N. Boucher 
N. Beaulieu 
E. C. Boulet 

G. Caron 
F. X. Plant* 
M. O Heir 
H. D. Cote 
A. W. Landrigan 

Godfroi Boileau 
E. R. O Brien 
Hubert Catellier 
C. P. Reefer 
F. X. Roy 
Louis Moison 
Angus Mclnnis 
Miss E. Pare 
L. Champoux 
Gervais Carrier 
George Cot6 
J. A. Poirier 
locpph Jasmin 
H. Michaud 
Louis (..ussier 
Hector Payeur 
John Gordon 
Joseph Mercier 
G. Roy 
f. t aure 
ireorire Demers 
l>. B Cluiroux 
L. Latourueau 
Ilonore Cyr 
A. A. A. Valiquet 
E. Goulet 
F. X Regimbal 


St. Honorfi 


Beauce . Q 


IB. Tanguay 
F. Robert 
E. Lafontaine 
C. Lussier 
B. Richard 
Joseph Gosselin 
Antoine Nadeau 
F. T. Langevm 
Ohag de L:i?arde- 
Joseph Parent 
Thos. Howard 
J. L. Wideman 
Z. Clouti^r 
Jos. 0. Poirier 
W. F. Lane 
John Taylor 
Jos. Desroches 

Emile Hubert 
L. G. E. Qoulet 

Rev. L. Arpin 
E Chandonnais 
J. R. Lippe 
F. X. Turcotte 
Mrs. M Ouellet 
Marie Fournier 
K. Marchand 
Isai e Simard 
Jos. Bachaud 
Eugene Beulet 
Stephen J. King 
L B. Demers 
J. McPherson 
John Harper 
F. Gapne 
Diogene Moriset 
Mrs. G. Roussel 
Alfred Koy 
A. McGillivray 
Edouard Ruel 
Rev. Filmtraiilt 
Xapol n Fauteus 
J. Charbonneau 
Jean B. V. Lemay 
Joseph Toilette 
Louis Robcrge 
Jos. Racette 
K.M.Chapdeldne 
Moyse Meynard 
Onetime Dion 
D. 0. Davis 

I. Le Cavalier 
Wm. G. Htinton 
S. D. Woodman 
Louis Kenneur 

Edouard Lesage 
J. Messnor 
Joseph 1 irher 
L. C. Ak-rly 
Patrick .Martin 
J. C. Bacl iaud 
U. B. Des Ot-hers 
Ant St. Martin 
Leandre Vachon 
Auguste Legc-r 
A. Tbibaiilt 
H. Potvin 
M. M:ircent 
J. Tremhlay 
A. l.abcrge 
No6 Forcet 
I. Rainville 
Pierre Tanguay 

L. Gendron 
Pierre Duvernay 
3eorge Angers 
J. McCormack 
T. B. Cadrin 
Miss B. Gatien 
M. Berfhiaulme 
Dr. R.J.Charett* 
Antoine Hubert 
Albert Mosher 


St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Maskinongg Q 
Bagot Q 


St. Hubert 


Chambly Q 


St. Hugues 


Bagot 


St. Dom. de. Bagot ... 
St.Dominique Statn. 
St. Dom. des Cedres 
St. Donat 




St. Hyacinthe ... Q 
Kent .. N B 


Soulanges Q 




Soulanges Q 


St. Irenee 




Rimouski Q 


St. Isidore, Doreh ter 
St. Isidore, Laprairit 




St. Donat de Mont . . 
Ste. Dorothee 


Montcalm Q 




Laval Q 


Gloucester N B 
Prescott 


St. Edouard de Nap. 
St.Ed.de Frampton. 
St. Edwidge 


Napierville Q 


St. Isid e de Prescott 
St Ives 


Dorchester Q 


Middlesex, ER... 
Waterloo, N R ... 


Compton Q 


St. Jacob s 
St. Jacques . 


St. Eleanors 


Prince P E 1 


St. Eleuthere 


Kamouraska . ... Q 
St. Maurice Q 
Joliette Q 


3t Jacques leMineur 
St. James . . 
St.James Park 


Laprairie Q 


St. Elie 


Selkirk M 


Ste. Elizabeth 


Middlesex, S R... 
Terrebonne Q 
Provencher M 


St. Elmo 




St. Eloi 


Temiscouata Q 
Beauce Q 


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 Evangcliste 
St. Jean Port Joli... 
St Jerome 


St. Elzear 


Ste.Eme.de 1 Energie 
St. Ephrein de Tring. 
St. Ephrem d Upton 
St. Esprit 


Joliette Q 


Rouville Q 


Beauce Q 


Levis Q 


Bagot Q 


Temiscouata Q 


Montcalrn Q 


St. Esprit 


Richmond N S 


Joliette Q 


St. Et. de Beauhar s. 
StEtiennedeBolt ii 
St. Etienae des Ores 
St. Eugene 


Beauharnois Q 
Brome Q 


Montmorency.... Q 
Bonaventure Q 
L Islet Q 


St. Maurice Q 
Prescott 


Terrebonne Q 
Montmorency ... Q 
Shefford Q 


St.Eug.de Grantham 
Ste. Eulalie 


Drummond Q 


St. Joachim de Mont 
St.Joach. de Shefford 
St. Joach.Riv. Rusc m 
St. John 
St. John Suburb .... 
*St. John s, East 
St. John s, West.... 


Nicolet Q 


St. Eustacht 


Two Mountains.. Q 
Beauce Q 


Essex 


St. Evar. deForsyth. 
St. Fabien 


St. John N B 


Rimouski Q 


St. Faustin 


Perrebonne Q 
Montmorency Q 
Chicrmtimi Q 


St. John s Q 


Ste. Famille 


Welland 


St. Felicien 


St. J,,seph d Alma... 
St. Joseph de Beauce 
St. Joseph de Lepage 
St. Joseph ... 




St. Felicite 


Rimouski Q 


Beauce Q 


St. Felix de Valois... 
St. Ferdinaad 


Joliette Q 


Itimouski Q 


Megantic Q 


Westmoreland, N B 
Antigonishe... N S 
L6vis Q 


St. Fereol 


Montmorency ... Q 
Charlevoix Q 




St. Fidele 


St. Joseph de Levis. 
St. Joseph de Sorel . 
St. Joseph du Lac ... 
St. Jovite 


Ste. Flavie 


Rimouski Q 


Richelieu Q 


Ste. Flavie Station... 
St. Flavien 


Rimouski Q 


Two Mountains.. Q 
Terrebonne Q 
St. Hvacinthe ... Q 


Lotbiniere Q 


Ste. Flore 


Champlain Q 


St. Jude ... 


St. Fortunat 


Wolfe Q 


Ste. Julie de Verch.. 
Ste. Julie de Somer t. 
Ste. Julienne 


St. Foy 


Quebec Q 


Megantic Q 


St. Franc ris, Beauce. 
St. Frangois de Sales : 
St. Fran. d Orleans. 
St. Frangois du Lac 
Ste. Frangoiso 


Beauce Q 


Montcalm Q 


Laval Q 


St. Justin 
3fe. Just, de Newton 
3t. Lambert de Levis 
St. Lambert. Mont... 
^t.Laure t d Orleans 
St. Laurent, Mont l 
St. Laurent 


MaskinongS Q 
Vaudreuil Q 


Montmorency ... Q 
Yaniaska Q 


Levis Q 


Twmiscouata Q 
Montmagny Q 
Lisgar M 


Chambly Q 


St.Frangois.Mout ny 
St. Fraugois Xavier. 
St. Fran. X. d. Vigor 
St. Frederic 


Montmorency Q 
JacquesCartier... Q 
Lisgar M 


Temiscouata Q 


St Lawrence 
3t. Lazare de BclleV 
St. Lazare de Vaudr l 
*t Leon 




St. Gab. de Brandon. 
St. Gab do Montreal 
St. Gabriel Station... 
St. Oedeon 


Berthier oj 




Hochelaga Q 


Vand r< nil Q 


Portneuf Q 


Maskinonge Q 


Chicoutimi Q 


St L^on ... 


Ste. Genevieve 
St. Gewge 


JacquesCartier... Q 
Charlotte NB| 
Beauce Q 


St. Leonard 


Nicolet Q 


3t Leonard Station. 


VictO ia N U 


St. George, Beauce... 
+St. George, Brant.:. 
St. Geo. de Windsor. 
St. George East 
St. George s Channel 
St. Ger. deGrantham 
Ste. Gertrude . . . 


Victoria N B 


Brant, N R 


St. Liboire 
St. Liguori . . 


Bagot Q 

Montcalm . . Q 


Richmond Q 




St. Louis de Bonsec. rs 
St. Louisdellonzairne 
5t. Louis Oe Kent . . 
St. Louis de Ha Il;t. 
Ste. Louise . 




Richmond N S 


Beauharnois Q 
Kent . . N B 


Drummond Q 
Nicolpf . ... O 


IVniisi-ouata Q 
L Islet Q 


St. Gervais Bellechasse Q, 


St. Giles Lotbiniere Q 


St. Luc 


St Joha ^ Q 


St. Gregoire |Nicolet O 




St.Guill me d Upton 
Ste. Helene de Kani. 
Ste. Helene de Bagot 
Ste. Hel.de Chester. 
St. Helen s 


Drummond Q 


5re. Luce Station ... 
Ste. L. de Doncaster. 




Kamouraska Q 
Bagot Q 




St. Hyacinthe.... Q 1 
Bellechasse Q 


Arthabaska Q 
Huron, W. R 


St. Migloire 




Ste. Henedine 


Dorchester Q 


St. Malo 




St. Henri do Levis ... 
St. Hen. de Montreal 
St. Henri Station ... 
St. Hermas 1 


Levis Q 






Hochelaga Q 


St. Marcel 


Richelieu Q 






King s P E ] 


Two Mountains.. Q 
Btanstead Q 






St. Hermenegilde ... 
St. Hilaire 


Ste. M. df. Monntrir . 
Ste Marthe 


Rouville Q 


Victoria N B 




St. Hilaire Station... 
St. Hikire Village... 
St.Hipp.de Kilkenny 


flouville Q 


St Martin 


Laval Q 


Rouville Q 
lerrebonne Q 


St. ^tartiue 


Cbateatiguay Q 
St. John N B 


St. Martin s 



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1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



93 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL CIS IRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


St. Mary s Bay 


Diirhv N 8 


C. E. Everett 
Peter M. Nichol 

C. L. Estabrooks 
James Gormley 
S. Bertrand 
T. Leveque 
G. E. Bistodeau 
J. B. Beauchemit 
L. I. Deziel 
G. Forgues 
Flavian Robert 
H. Gendron 
Chouinard 
Joseph Smith 
D. Leonard 
D. Leonard 
J. H. Biron 
D. Hamelin 
Rev. J. E. Breton 
B. Paquet 
Mrs. N. Roch 
Klie Brisebois 
Narcisse Richard 
Win. Wilson 
Wm. Morton 
Clement Dube 
L. Chapdelaine 
Alex. Iludon 
< Ifivd Caron 
E Blondeau 
Bazile Payment 

J. McNauschton 
J. S. Ueaudette 
Alex. Boucher 
Joseph Guilbauli 
M. St. Pierre 
Joseph Marion 
Joseph Bernard 
P. Desmarais 
A. Thompson 
0. A. Clement 
T. Kinsman 
T Decoteau 
R. G. Morrison 
C. P. Germain 
P. Naubert 
FT. Descheue 
Mrs.M D Amoui 
A. Gauthier 
Rev.J.H Marcel! 
Jos Lavalle 
P. A. Drolet 

Thomas Phillips 
Sarah D. Bacon 
Z. Raymond 
John Taylor 

Jos. Frigon 
L. N. Riendeau 
P. C A. J?ournier 
Mrs. M Mr Done! 
Joseph Goulot 
E David 
Robert Tyre 
Chas. Bedard 
N. Champagne 
E. Thomas 
0. Dupre 
Louis P. Huot 
J. B. Paquette 
Mrs.V. M.Gaguon 
J. Deslongch mpp 
E. Belanger 
Oscar Peltier 
A. E. Leonard 
A. Chavot 
H. Lapoiute 
R. Dallaire 
W. Sloane 
I. L. Saucier 
A. Fortier 
J. P. E. Fortier 
Pierre Heroux 
J. B. Champagne 


St. Simeon lOharlevoix O 


Rev. J. Dumas 
Mrs. A.S. liernier 

Joseph Vigneau 
Ulric Leveque 
G. Morisette 
A. J. Lacourciere 
A. Raymond 
D Sullivan, jun. 
Jacques Royal 
John Machell 

T. Magnan 
Andre Elie 
Paul Decelle 
Andrfi Morin 
L. A. Han.Jfleld 
AuguHte Seguin 
D. McCafferty 
S. Desmarais 
F. E. Ermatinger 
A. Lesperance 
J. N. Buist 
Rev. J. Perusse 
J. Denis, sen 
J. B. Poupard 
J. Girard 
L. Lupien 
L. Gagnon 
Jos. Trudel 
P. S. Grandprfi 
F. Belanger 
Louis Pelchat 
H. Paulhus 
F. Gosselin 
C. Germain, jun. 

A. D. Marchand 
H L. Kitchen 
Victor Vannier 
Agarie Rivet 
G. P. Rousseau 
0. F. Prieur 
Allan McDonald 
W. Dunlop 
S. H. Jones 
Jos. Dickson 
J. Vallier. jun. 
J. H. Vanvlack 
D McKay 
Thomas Martin 
Jean J. Richard 
J. J. Leblauc 
Jos. Cloutier 
John R Wissle_r 
Joshua Steeves 
E. Black 
James Dunphy 
J. Taylor 
Wm. Millar 
R. Buttimer 
James Fowler 
H. P. Peterson 
H. W. Dunham 
Edward H. Foster 
J. McDonald 
D. Lawler, sen 
Ann Gallagher 
Henry C. Perry 
Thomas O Neil 
C. Armstrong 
J. W. McQuarrie 
Joel Broadwell 
Wm. Smith 
George McKay 
J. W. Black 
Richael Salter 

T. Hurley, jun. 
Wm. Cain 
Wm. McDonald 
Edward Taylor 
A. Thurston 
W. C. Hughes 

Silas Benjamin 
George Drvsdalo. 


Perth S R ... .0 


St. Sim. de Rimouski 
St.Simon deYamas a 
St. Sophie de Megan. 
St. Sophie deLacorne 
St. Sophie de Ltvrard 
St. Stanislas de Ch n 
St. Stanis. de Kostka 
St Stephen 


Rimouski Q 




Kent N B 


Bagot Q 


St. Mary s Ferry.... 
St. Mary s Koad 


York N B 


Megantic Q 


King s P E I 


Terrebonne Q 
Nicolet Q 


Rouville Q 


St Mathieu 




Champlain Q 




Champlain Q 


Beauharnois Q 
Charlotte N B 
L Assomption. ... Q 


St. Maurice Forges.. 




Joliette Q 


St. Sulpice 


StMiehbldeBellech. 
St. Michel de Nprvi e 
St. Michel des Saints 


Bellechasse Q 
N apierreville Q 
Berthier Q 


Sst. Sylvester 


St. Sylvester, East... 
Ste. Thecle 


Lotbiniere Q 


Ghamnlain O 


Temiscouata Q 


St. Telesphore Soulaiieea O 




St. Theodore d Acton 
St.Theod.deChertsey 
St Theodosie 


Bagot Q 


Ste. Monique d deux 
St. Mou. deux Mont. 
Ste Mon. de Nicolet 


Two Nountains... Q 
Two Mountains . Q 
Nicolet Q 


Montcalm Q 


Vercheres . . Q 
Teriebonne Q 
Carleton N B 


Ste.lhereaede Slain. 
St. Thomas 


Champlain Q 


St NerSe 




St. Thomas deJoliette 
*St. Thomas, West... 
St. Timothee 


Joliette Q 


gt Nicholas 


Liivis Q 


Elgin. E R 


St Norbert 


Berthier Q 


Beauharnois Q 
Champlain Q 




Provencher . . . . M 
Rimouski ..... . Q 


St.Tite 


St Octwe 


St.Tite des Caps 


Montmorency .... Q 
Portneuf. Q 


St Odiloii 




St. Ubalde 


gt. Ola 


Hastings. N R ... 
Kamouraska Q 


St. UrbaindeChat... 
St. UrbaindeCharl.. 
Ste. Ursule 


Chateauguay . ... Q 
Charlevoix Q 
Maskinongfi Q 




8t Ours 


St Pacome 


Kamouraska Q 
L IsIet . . Q 


St. Valantin 


St. John Q 


St Pumphile 


St. Valere de Bui.... 
St. Valerieu 


Arthabaska Q 


St Ptschal 




Shefford Q 


8t P ttri^k 


Simcoe, E R . .. . 
Temiscouata Q 


St. Vallier 


Bellechasse Q 


St. P-itrick 


St. Vallier Station... 
Ste. Victoire 


Bellechasse Q 
Richelieu Q 


St. Patrick s Channel 
St. Patrick s Hill ... 
St. Paul de la Croix 
St. Paul d lndustrie 
St. Paul du Buton... 
St. Paul 1 Hermite... 
St Paul s 


Victoria N S 


Arthabaska Q 
Teiniscouata Q 


St. Victor deTring. 
ft. Vincent de Paul, 
t. Vital 




Laval Q 


Provencher M 
Nicolet Q 


Montmagny Q 
L Assomption. ... Q 
Kent N B 


St. Wencesias 


St. WilHams 


Norfolk, S R 


St. Zacharie 


Beauce Q 


St Paulin 




St. Zenon. 


Berthier 


St Paul s 


Pictou \ S 


St.Zephirin 


Yamaska Q 








Soulauges Q 


St. Paul s Station ... 


Perth S R . O 


Sable 


Middlesex, N R. 
Shelburne N S 
Iberville Q 


Nicolet Q 


Sable River 


St Inter s 


Richmond N P 




St. Philippe de Lap. 
St.Phil d Argenteuil 
St. Philippe deNery 
Ste. Philomene 

St Pie . . 


SackviUe 


Westmoreland, N B 
Megantic . . . . Q 


Argenteuil Q 


Sacre-Cceur de Marie 
Sadowa 


Karuouraska Q 


Vi. torU, N R ... 
Ontario, N R 
GuvsbiTO .. . N S 
Kent N B 


Chateauguay Q 
Bagot Q 


Saintfield 


Saint Mary s River. 
Saint Norbert. . . 


St. Pia 


Provencher M 
Yamaska Q 


St. Pia de Guire 
St. Pierre Baptiste . 
St. Pierre d Orleans.. 
St.PiorrelesBecqueta 
St. Pierre. Moutma y 
St Placide 


Saint Pierre 


Kent N B 
Beauce Q 


Montmoreucy Q 
N uolet .... Q 


Salem 


Wellington, CR.. 
Albert N B 


Salem 






Cumberland ...N S 
Norfolk, N R 
Westmoreland, N B 
.Marquette M 


Two Mountains . Q 
Soulanges ... Q 


Salford 


St. Plycwpe 


Salisbury 


St. Prime 


Chii outimi Q 


Salisbury 


St Prosper 




Salmon Beach 
Salmon Creek 


Gloucester N B 


St. Prosper de Dor.. 
St. Raphael. East. ... 
St Raphael. West... 

*St. Raymond 




Sunbury N B 




Salmonhur.-t 


Victoria N B 


Glengarry..., 




Prince Edward... 
St John N B 


Portneuf Q 




St. Rudrtmpteur. . . . 
St. Re"is .... 


Vaudreuil . . . Q 


Salmon River 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Guyboro. N S 


Huntingdon Q 
Napierville Q 




St. Rzmi 




Halifax N S 


St. Remi deTing.... 
St. Remi d Amherst 
St. Robert ... . 


Arthababka Q 


Salmon River 


Ditrby N S 


Ottawa Q 


Salmon River (L. S.) 


Guysboro N S 
P.H.I o 


*SL Roch de Quebec. 
St. Roch de Richelieu 
St. Roch desAulnais 
St. Roehl Achigan. .. 
St. Romaine 


Quebec (City) E.. Q 
Richelieu Q 


Saltford 


Huron, W R... . O 
Vancouver B C 
King s NB 


Salt Spring Island- 


L Islet Q 


L Assomption Q 


Silt Springs 


Pictou N S 


Salt Springs Station 
Salterville 


Cumberland... N S 
Marquette M 


St. Rosalie 


Bagot Q 


Ste. Rose 


Laval Q 


Sambro 


Halifax N S 


St. Rose de Watford 
Ste. Rose du Degele. 
St.Sum deGaj hurst 
St. riauveurdes Mon. 
St. Sauveurdt Quebec 
*Ste. Scholastique ... 
St. Sebastien 






Wolfe Q 


Temiscouata Q 
Beauce Q 


Sand Beach 


Yarmouth N S 


Sandfi^ld 


Terrebonne Q 
Quebec (City) E.. Q 
Two Mountains.. Q 
Iberville Q 




Ontario N R O 


San> ford 


Yarmouth N S 
Peel 


Sandhill 
Sand Hill. . 


St. Severe 


St. Maurice Q 


Sandhurst ... 




St , S. de Beaurivage 


Sand Point ... 


Renfrew, SR.... 



[2611 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OI FICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMASTER. 


Sand Point 
Saud River 


Guysboro N S 
Cumberland .. N S 
Kssex N R 


Josiah A. Miller 
Geo. A. Fowler 
V. Oulette 
N. Bailey 
Isaac Cleveland 
J. H. Morehouse 
John Purney 
James Young 
James Finch 
M. Sullivan 
Mrs. E. Delaney 
J. C. Sartell 
Norman McLean 
Thomas Lee 
Miss A. Potter 
(}. W. Forrest 
J. Labelle 
Mrs. M. Pirn 
D. A. Cooper 
H. T. iamlin 

Rich. Harris 

W. Phillips 
W. W. Rosebush 
Robert Davidson 

James F. Gray 
Thos. Bearman 
John McKenzie 
M. D. G eeson 
v. McDougall 
Henry H. Carle 
A. McDonald 
H. S. Cochrau 
Marshall Brook.- 
G. G tron 
ohn A. Eddy 
Win. Carson 
James Fraser 

F. B. Scott 
John Mclver 
Laurent LeBlanc 
1. H. Perkins 
John Burke 
Mrs Short 
S. Dickson 
Chas. McFarlane 
J. C. McCarthy 
John Lintou 
John Allen 
J. M. Ross 

Wm. Russell 
B. T. Handcock 
H. Trueman 
K. L. H. Herring 
John Pearson 
Fhos. Johnston 
J. C. Pratt 
J. E. Atkinson 


Shannonvale 


Restigouche ... N B 
Hastings. E R ... 
Siracoe, S R 
Addington 
York, N R 


Win. Wright 
Thomas Creepar 
Robt. Thompson 
Mal/.ar Avery 
John T. Stokes 

Wm Shaw 
J. Desaulnierg 
J. H. Shaw 

John Morton 
C. W. Smith 
D. Babineau 

Michael Hayes 
J. Wambanlt 
Edwin Bono 
C J. Burpee 
W. Barker 
S. M. Bt-ntley 
James Hayes 

lOdward Berwick 
C. B. Kelley 
M. Webster 
P. Touze 
Win. Denmark 
Luther Wallace 
John SheppRrd 
R. T. Haynes 
Robert Sheppard 
S. J. Foss 
J H. McDonald 
V. H. Grove 
H. B. Zavitz 
R. Lamarre 

Royal Badjeley 
Audrew Young 
John Leslie 

Wm. Shinnick 
Chas. Dean 
Mrs. S. Webber 
I 1 . Heitzinan 
R. G. Roberts 
Miss A. Hamon 
Jacques Godin 
J. Stonehouse 
r. Holland 
H. Shelnut 
Thos. Parkinson 
Hobert Bent 
W. H. Short 
John Chambers 
George Bailey 
Frances Roake 
A. Kirkpatrick 
A. W. Grant 
S. Mclnnis 
Thomas Babb 

Mrs. McEachern 
James Sillar 
Mrs C. Brown 
S. H. Mellow 
John Dike 
J. Rutherford 
J . Ross 
R E. Smith 
J. Livingstone 

R. Armstrong 
Bte Guimond 
G. C. H. Silver 
Lewis Kemp 
Henry Mulkins 
James R. Wilson 
John Stinson 
John McKay 
William Cooke 
J. McCallum 
J. McCormick 
James E. White 


*Sandwich 




Sandy Beach 


Gaspe Q 




Sandy Beaches 
S Midy Cure 
Sandy Point 


Lunenburgh ... N S 
Digby N S 
Shelburne N S 
Addington 


Sharon 






Sangster 




St. Maurice Q 


Sarginson 


Hastings, N R ... 
Lambton, W R... 
Russell 




*Sarnia 


Sheba 




SarsfieM 




Elgin, W R 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 


Sartell 


King s NB 




Sauble Falls 


Bruce N R 


Shediac Bridge 
Shediac Road 


*Saugeen 


Bruce, N R 


Saulnierville 


Digby N S 




Sault au CoohoQ 
Sault au Recollet ... 
Sault Ste. Marie 
Saurin 


Saguenav Q 


Sheet Harb. Passage 

Sheffield 


Halifax N S 


Hochelaga Q 


Wentworth.N R. 
Sunbury N B 


Algoma 


Sheffield . . 


Simcoe. N R 


Sheffield Academy... 
Sheffield Mills 
Shefflngton 




Savage s Mills 
Savona s Ferry 
Saw Mill Creek 
Sawyerville 


Shefford Q 
Yale BC 


King s NS 
Shefford Q 


Annapolis N S 


Shefford Mountain .. 
Shefford Vale 


Shefford Q 




Scatarie Island 
*ScGLrboro 


Cape Breton... N S 
York B R 


Sheguindah 




*S/ielburne 


Grey, E R 


Scarboro .Junction. 
Scarlet Hill 


York, K R O 


Simcoe S R 


Sheldon 


Cardwell 


*Sch(jf>nberg 


York, N R 


Scone 


Bruce, N R 
H.tltou 


Shell River 




Scotcii Block 


Shepody Roid 
Sheppard s Ferry ... 
Sheppardton 
Sheppardvillo 


King s N 15 
Selkirk M 


Scotch Ridge 


Charlotte N B 


Scotch Settlement- 
Scotch Town 


Westmoreland, N B 


Huron, W R O 
Selkirk M 
Sherbrooke Q 
Guysboro N S 


Scotchfort 


Queen s P E I 
Hants... N S 
Musk oka & P S d. 
Beauce Q 
Oxford, S U 
Pictou N S 


Scotch Village 
Scotia 


Sfitrtwoolte 




Hal ton 


Scott Junction 
Scotland 


Sherkston 


Wellsud 


Scotsburii 




York W K 


Scottsville 


Inverness N S 
King s N 8 


Sherwood Spring .. 


Leeds S R 


Scott s Bay 


Middlesex, W R. 
Bonaventure Q 
Wellington, S R. 
Cumberland ... N S 
Sorthumber....N B 
Halifax N S 


Scott s Bty Road.... 
Scottsmore 


Kin- h -NS 


Shigawake 
Shiloh 


Scotstown 




Shinemicas Bridge . 


ScovilPs Mills 


Kent N B 


Scribner 


Kiuu- s N B 




Scugog 


Ontario, N R 
Halifax NS 


Ship Harbour Luke. 
Shipka 


T-TrtlifMY XT 


Seaforth 


Middlesex, N R. o 
Wellington, NR 
jloucester N B 


*Seaforth 


Huron S R 




Sea Cow Head 
Sea Cow Pond 
Sea Dog Cove 


Prince... P E I 
Prince P E I 


Shippigan 
Sbippigan Inland ... 
Shirley 


King s . NB 


Ontario N R 


Seagrave 


Ontario. S R 
Algoma 
Restigouche ... N B 
Charlotte N B 
York. W R 


Shirley Settlement . 
Shoal Bftv 




Sea Gull 


Halifax N S 


Se.a Side 






Seal Cove 


Short Beach 


Yarmouth N S 


Seaton 




Searletown 


Prince P E I 




Arpcnteuil Q 

(rTAV K "R O 


Sebright 


Ontario. N R 
Perth, S R 
Lambton, W R... 
Charlotte N B 
We>tiuoreland.N B 
Muskoka & P S d. 
Leeds S R 




Sebringville 
Seckertou 


Shrubmount 


York, W R 
Hants N S 




Second Falls 


Shulie 


Cumberland ... N S 
3ape Breton ... N S 


Second Westcock 
Seely 


Obediah Seely 
W. W. Williams 
Adam Fitzer 
David Wartman 
J. Colcleugn 
R. J. Winyard 
Jas. Callaghan 

Arthur Robinson 
James Bell. 

J. H Jackson 
Mrs. Mary Baker 
Thos. Smith 
George B. Litster 
Isaac Goodwin 
George Brown 
P. Gormon 
James Kelly 
Octave Pepin 
S. J Shanklin 
J. H. Huchroft 
W. Green 
Wm. Fletcher 


Sidney 


Seely s Bay 




Sastings, W R... 
Inverness N S 
Bonaventure Q 


Seguin Falls 


Muskoka&PS d. 


Sight Point 


Selby 


8i liar vil le 


Selkirk 






Selkirk 


Haldiniand ... 


Sillsville 




Selkirk Road 


Queen s P E I 
Hants N 8 




Ontario. W R . ... 


Selmah 




Sflton 
Selwyn 


Klajin, WR O 
Peterboro , W R. 
Charlevoix Q 


Silver Creek lOt.tuwn .. . Q 


Silver Hill 


Norfolk, S R O 


Settrington 






Ontario N R 


Silver Lake 


Victoria. N R. ... 


Seville 


Elgin E R.... 


Sevogle 


NorthumberFd.N B 
Selkirk M 




Victoria N B 


Sewell 




Richmond Q 


Snug Harbour 


Sholburne N S 


Silver Water 




Shakespeare 
Shamrock 


Oxford. NR 
Renfrew, S R.... 


*Simcf)e 


Norfolk, SR 
Weutworth, S R. 
Simcoe, N R 
Pietou. N S 
Cumberland ... N S 
Ottawa Q 




Shamroca 


Prince P E I 




Shanick 


Hastings, N R ... 
St. John N B 
Grenville, S R ... 
Queen s N B 


Six Mile Brook 
Six Mile Road 


Shiuiklin 


Shanly 


Shannon 


Skead s Mills 


Carleton 


Shannon Hall 


Muskoka&PS d.O 




Cariboo .. .. B C 



[262] 



1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSIMASTJSK. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER 


Skinner s Pond 


Prince P E < 


T. Doyle 
David Morton 




NorthuinberFd N B 
Northumb N B 


Henry Gitchtll 
Chas. Vye, jiin 
William Crosby 
H Bowyer 
John Kite-hie 
B. Mai>h;;ll 
George Creed 
Wm Holditch 
R A. Chapman 
Onesime Pare 
Mrs. F. McKenzie 
II. A. Foyle 
Mrs M. McAuloy 
Jno. McEschen 
L H. Kuowlton 
Charles Lin. leay 
William Kra/er 
Angus Collins 
A McDonald 
A. McLean 
Edward Pope 
Thomas Yeo 
Mr. J. Ordish 
Richard Hogan. 
Thomas Izzard 
H Counter 
J Andrew 
John A. Kakins 
Edwin Dodge 
A. Wiancko 
A. Sheratt 

Oeo. McKnight 
Geo. Speuce 
Mrs. A. Flanagan 
W. H. Bitdow 
A. CHrmichael 
D. O Hara 
James Conley 
G. J. Wallace 
Forbes Moir 
James McKay 
Daniel Moore 
Peter Welch 

N Burgess 
Henry Jickling 
J A. S. KiersieaeL 
Jessie Clarke 
C. Gritsm 
Berg. Haslein 

Mrs. S. Wheeler 
John Anderson 
John Hold brook, 

A. Goodfellow 
Peter Grant 
Jan. Robinson 
George Jenks 
Chas. Hauley 
Miss A. J. Dart 
James Hamilton 
H. Childerhose 
A. McDonald 
J. R. McMicken 
C. J. Chandler 
N. Martindale 
Luc Lamoureux 
Charles Short 
T. Gagnon 
James Huston 
D. H. Cameron. 

A. McMillan 
A. Lamb 
C. Burrell 
M. Stanley 
MisBN.CHubbard 
H. F. He.ily 
John A Love 
S. M. Starkey. 
A. Stark. 


Bruce, NR 
Victoria N S 


South Nelson Road. ! 
South Ohio 


Skir Dhu 


Yarmouth X S 
Queen s P E I 
Levis Q 


Skye 


Glengarry J. P. MnKenzie 
Inverness N S T. H. Smith 


Jouthport 




South Hau;re 
South Rawdon 
S Utb iMver 


Digbv N S 




Yarmouth N S 


Gabriel Babin 
John Rankin 
J. W. Archibald 
C. A. Wood 
E. W. Potter 
John King 
D. A. Ferguson 
J. N. Hewitt 
Wm. Knight 
Charles T. Smitl. 
Wm. Turner 
J B. Brant 
George Douglis 
G. H. Keirstead 

R. McLeaoe 
D. Gillies 
Henry Hooper 
R. C. Solmes 
John M Cillum 
P.Cattanach,jun 
Arch R. Kier 
H. Jutras 
David Bertaux 
.lames Farmer 
Charles Clark 
Joseph McGee 
las. McCutcheon 

M. Muir 
J. 0. Duplessis 
M. Paquet 
J. Dolmage 
Thomas Nichol 
Alfred Gould 
R. Burke 
Edward Gulp 
S..muel Fox 
John Davison 
Miss I. G. Fraser 
Oscar W. Heath 
Alva Rose 

W. Roxborough 
John Mc.Mannis 
C. B. Cox 
John C. Godard 
C McDonald 
Isaac Fry 
Johnston Coope 
A. J. Macdonald 


Hants N S 




Northumb d,ER. 
Guysboro N S 
Westmoreland, N B 
Digby N S 


MnskokaA PS d. 
Westmoreland. N l> 
Sbelford 


Smithfield 
Hmf+Va 


South Rockland ... 




S. S. Basin Riv.Denis 
S. Side Baddeck R . 
S. Side Boulardarie. 
S S.WhycocomaghB 
South Stukely 


Inverness N S 


Smith s Creek 


King s ... N B 


Victoria N S 




Leeds &GrenvilleO 
Selkirk M 

Sfcanstead Q 


Victoria N S 


Smith s Hill 


Inverness N S 
Shefford Q 


Smith Town 


King s . .. N B 


South Til ley 
South Vale 


Victoria N B 




Wellington, NR. 
Wentworth.S R. 
Renfrew, N R. . . 
King s N B 


Colchester. ... N S 
Inverness N S 
Inverness N S 
Prince PE ) 


* Smithwlle, Lincoln 


South-W. Margaree. 
South West Mabou. 
South-West, Lot 16. 
South-West 
South Wiltshire 
South wold Station. 
South Woodslee 
South Zorra 


Snider Mountain ... 


Marquette ..... M 
Cariboo B C 


Gasp6 Q 
Queen s P E I 
Elgin, WB 
Essex, N R 
Oxford, N R 
Addiugton 




Soldier s Cove 


Richmond N S 
Durham, W R ... 
Prince Edward... 
Bruce, B R 
Bothwell 








Spaffordton 


Sombra 


Spanish River 




Elgin, E R 








Annapolis N S 
ntario, N R 
Wellington, S R. 
Carleton N B 
Digby N S 




King s N S 


Sparrow Lake 




Prince P E I 




Somerset 


Marquette M 


Speerville 
Svwilche s Cove 




Carleton N B 




Guysboro N S 
Victoria, S R .... 


Muskoka&PS d. 
Westmoreland, N B 
Quebec Q 










*Sorel 




Spencer s Island .... 


Cumberland ...N S 
Grenville. S R.... 
Yale . B C 




King s . . P E I 




Selkirk M 


Spencn s Bridge 
Speyside 




Selkirk H 


llalton 




Selkirk M 


SpiUamaeheon 


Yale HO 




Kind s . ...P E [ 


Wellington. C R. 
Norfolk, S R 
Middlesex, N R... 
Hastings. N R ... 


South . . . 




Spring Arbour 


Southampton 
Southampton 


York N B 
Cumberland ... N S 
Cape Breton ...N S 
Stanstead Q 


Spring Brook 


SouthBarofSid.Riv 




Klirin. K R O 




Prince Edward... O 
Victoria N S 




South Bay 




King s N B 




St John N B 




ork N B 








Annapolis N S 
Queen s P E T 




Colchester N S 
King s N B 




South Branch ( Ken.) 
S. Br. St. Nicholas R. 
South Cayuga 




Oxford, 8 R 
Cooipton Q 


Kent N B 


Spring Hill 


Monck 
Queen s . .. \ B 


Spring Hill June ... 
St)rin> r Hill 


Cumberland ... .V S 
York N B 




Victoria N S 


Spring Hill, Mines... 


Cumberland ...N S 
Ilaldimand 




Peterboro . E R... 
Wolfe Q 


M-s T. Uanrahan 
I Jnoch F. Orr 
Wm. Speer 
K. Prefontaine 
John Shiers 
Ira Jamison 
J. S Collard 
J. D. Cameron 
Mrs. M A. Fishe 
D. E. McGregor 
D. G. McMillan 
Francis McGee 
D. E. McGrego 
Robert Marshall 
Mrs. M. Munro 
E. S. Darche 
D. ^eruuson 
D. B. McDonell 

J. Benningham 
F J. McKinnou 
David Fraser 
M. McRury 
MissM. Webste 
John Fraser 
David McMurtry 
William Gavin 

Edward Ball 
George Stacev 


South Dudswell 
South Dummer 
*South Durham 
South- East Passage. 
South Elv 




Lneds ^ R 


Peterboro . E R... 




Peterboro , W R. 
Picmn... .. N ? 




Halifax N S 


Spruce Lake St. John N B 


Shffrirrt O 


Spry Bruce NR O 


South End I Upland n 


Spry Bay Halifax N S 
gni- v field Halifax N S 


S. End of Loehaber. 
South Esk 




Northumberl dNB 
Annapolis N S 


taffa 
Stafford 


Perth. S R 
Renfrew, N R ... 
Ottawa Q 


South Farmington . 
South Finch 


Stormout 
Russell 


Sta"sburn 


South Gloucester ... 
South Gower 


iramford 
Stanbridge, Kast.... 
Staubridge Ridae ... 
Stanbridge Station .. 
>t. inbury 


Welland 

IMissisquoi Q 


Grenville. N R ... O 


South Granbv ShfFord O 




S. Gut of St. Ann s. 
South Ham 


Victoria N S 


Missisouoi Q 


Wolfn ... ... O 


Missisquoi Q 
Dorchester Q 
Arthabaska Q 


3. Head of Cow Bay \ Cape Breton ... N S 
South Indian Rmssi.ll ... O 


Stanffild 


South Knowlesville 
South Lake 


Carleton N B 




Lrts. S R O 




Queen s .P E I 


South Lake Kind s P R T 




York N B 


South Lancaster ... 
South Louisburg ... 
S.McLellan sM tain. 
South Maitland 
South March .... 




Stanley Bridge 


Queen s P E 1 
Muskoka & P S d 
Peel 
Lanark, S R 
Stanstead Q 


Cape Breton ...N S 
Pictou N S 


Stanley s Mills 


Hants . . N S 


Carleton 


*Stanste.ad 


South Merland 


Guysboro >N S 
Norfolk, N R 
Peterboro . W R. 
Dundas... ... 


Stanstead Junction. 
Stanton ....... 




South Middleton ... 
South Monaghan ... 
South Mountain .. 


Simi oe S R 




Queen s N B 


Starkville ... 


Durham. "W R.... 



[263] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECT RAL DISTRIC1. 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL I ISTRICT 


POSTMASTKR. 


Star Lake 


MuskokaA PS d. 
Huntingdon .... Q 


W. Marshall 
8. Huot 
Andrew Starrat 
W. B. Saunders 
H. Patterson 
John C. Steele 

Amos Wilson 
A. Sleeves 
J. S. Neilson 
.John Kraser 
G. E. Seidward 
J. Edge worth 
Al^x. Stewart 
Alax. Stewart 
Alexander Duff 
W. J. Boomer 
Honry Elliott 
Mrs. A. Judd 
John llambly 
Samuel Mann 
David P. Si lies 
H. Mitchell 
H. S. Bowerman 
A. F. Andrews 
M. Patenoude 
Patrick Murphy 
John Stoddart 
James Stodder 
Anthony Byron 
John Shute 
Asa Hall 
Thos. Owen 
Michael r .unn 
M. Nichols 
Richard Piper 

J. B. Rutherford 
Arthur Perry 
Alva G. Jones 
John Scott 
JameS Robb 
H Desjardins 
Thos. F Milward 
Colin N oble 
M. Rheauine 
W. B. Sanders 
Matthew Peebles 
0. McConkey 
Thos. Gillies 
T. Strangford 
Henry Walder 
Wm. Blair 
John McDuff 
Hubert Adam 
Miss A. Lappi 
N. Han.lley 
Hugh McRae 
W. H. Whimster 
George Stewart 
Isaac McLeod 
J iseph Bowls 
H .gh McColl 
Patrick Gahuu 
Robert Gray don 
A. Benson 
Geo. Stronach 
John Clwntler 
Mrs. E. Lanigan 
Peter Christie 
John McLeod 
Geo. C-andell 
John Stymast 
S Fournier 
W. W Puck 
Gee, Wilkie 
Wm. Buchanan 
D. W. Miller 
M A. Smith 
James Kerr 
H C. Green 
Wm. A Chisholm 
J. S. Summers 
Bernard Morris 
P J. D. Edinundi- 
A. Young 
Mrs.M.McGowan 






John McBride 
John C. Jones 
John Carter 
James Brown 
James Fraser 
John S. Dixon 
James McGreavy 
H. Manning 
D. Gillespie 
Mrs. H. Miller 

T. A. Bray 
G. H. Barnes 
Wm. S. Teakles 
Robert D Boal 
J. W. McKeown 
D. Holmes 
I). Ran kin 
G. C. Dyer 
N. P. Emerson 
H. A Eastabrook 
J. G. Tulloch 
J. Swansburg 
T. A. Coady 

C. S. Boright 
G. Church 
F FrnserTims 
P. E. R. Miller 
Hugh Madden 
Mrs Miliugton 
A. Matheson 

Miss H. F Rigby 
Robert Heal 
John Dawson 
.Jacob Syphers 
C W. Johnson 
J. W. Robertson 
C. Duberger 
John Tucker 
Daniel K. Rose 
John W Pearl 
William Hay 

Wm. Young 
M. McMurchy 
Robt. Purves 
John McDonald 
Poter Guthrie 
M. S. Bowman 
George Matheson 
Chas. Taylor 
Nathan Boone 
Wm. Toniilson 
John Md hail 
Jos. Christie 
H, B. O Connor 
Wm. Robinson 

Henry Scott 
Render 
David Johnson 
John MacGrady 
Wm. Vicarey 
J W Lnton 
Win. Stephens 
John S Parker 
Mrs. M. Worden 
D. McGregor 

Dr. Archambau 
Hermyle Parent 
George Wilson 
John Col nan 
Stephen Kent 
M.G. Miller 
F. X. Dwchamps 
N. U. McCarty 
John Duncan 
John Christie 
S Chenier 
T. Kirkpatrick 
Robt M. Intoah 
A. McLaren 
T. A Robinson 
Sam l McLeod 




S lndt Tland .. 


Ontario N R 


Starrat 


MuskokaA PS d. 
Simcoe, N R 
King s N 8 


Stiud ridge 


Musk. .ka& PS d. 
Pictou N S 
Pictou N S 


*SUu/ner 
Steam Mill Village . 
Steele 


Sundridge 
Sunny brae 


Simcoe, E R 
Guysboro .... N 8 
Westmoreland. N B 
Westmoreland, N B 


Sunnidale Corners. . 
Sunuidale 
Sunnyside 


Simcoe, N R O 
Simcoe, N R 
King s.. N S 




Steeve s Mountain... 
Steeve s Settlement. 
Stella 


Sunnyside 
Suunyside 
Sunshine . . ... 


Lisgar M 
Rescigouche... N B 
Huron, E R 
Albert N B 


Stell irton 


Pictou N S 


Sterling Falls 


Muskoka Q 
Welland U 


Surrey 




King s N B 


Stewart Bay 


Mu*koka& PS d. 
King s N B 


Sussex Portage 
Sussex Vah 


King s . N B 




King s . . N B 




Renfrew. S R . ... 
Colchester N S 
Guysboro N S 
Hastings, N R ... 
Wellington, C R. 


Sutherland s Cor. ... 
Sutherland s Mills... 
Sutherland s River. 


Middlesex, W R. 
Pictou N S 


Stewiacke C. Roads. 
Still Water 


Pictou . ... N S 








Sutton Junction . ... 
Swan Creek 




Stittsville 


Sunbury N B 


Stiles Village 


Wstmoreland, NB 
Saskatchewan Ter. 
Northumb d.ER. 
Selkirk M 




Stobart 




Shelburne N S 
Oxford, S R 
Kent NB 
Missisquoi Q 
Leeds. S R 


StocMale 


Sweaburg 




Sweenyville 
Shoeeuourg 

Swfet s Corners 
Swift Current 




Chateauguav Q 
Hustings, E R ... 
Annapolis ... N S 


Stoco 


Assiniboia Ter 


Stodderville 


Switzerville 




Richmond Q 


* Sydenham 






Bruce. NR 
Richmond Q 


Sydenham Place 




Stokoton 


Cape Breton... N S 
Cape Breton ... N S 
Cape Breton... N S 
Lambton, W R... 
Middlesex, N R . 
Queen s N B 




Argenteuil Q 


Sydney Forks 




Siidwy Mines 


Stone House 
Stoneleigh 


Cumberland... N S 
Ontario, N R 
Linco n . 




Sylwn 




Svpher s Cove 


Ston?walf 
Stoney Mountain ... 


Li^ar M 
Linear M 


T.-II. la Fulls 


Argenteuil . . . . Q 
North mb rl d. N B 


Tabucinlac 


Wentworth, S R. 
Albert N B 




Stony Creek 


tulbotville Royal ... 
Ttiinwf/rth 


Elgin, W R 




Peterboro , E R . 
Essex, N R 
Guysboro N S 


Stony Point 


Tancook Island 
Tangier 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Halifax . N S 






TapleytowD 


Wentworth.S R. 
Bruce. N R 

Wellington, N K. 
Colchester N S 


Stott> ille 


St John s ... Q 


Tara 


"Stouffiiille 


Ontario, N R 


Tarbert 




Wentworth.N R. 
El^in, E R 
York, N R 
Kent 


Tatainagnuche 


Straffirrdville 
Strange 
Stran^fldd 


faramagouche Mt... 
T-itlock 


Colchester N S 
Lanark, N R 
Ontario, S R 


Taunton 




Waterloo, S R ... 
Perth, N R 
Northumberl d N K 
NnrthurnbeiTdN B 
Oxford. N R . ... 
Grey. N R 
Middlesex, W R. 




Oxford, N R 
Westmoreland, NB 
York N B 


*Stratford 


Taylor Village 
Tay Mills 


Strathabo 




Tay Settlement 
Tayside 


York N B 




Stormont 


Strathavon 


Tecumseh 
*Te.eswater 


Essex, N R 
Bruce E R 


Strathclalr 


Teetf.rttWe 


Norfolk, N R 




Selkirk M 


Tehkummah 


Algoma 


Str thlorn 


Inverness N S 
Grey. E R <> 
Middlesex. W R. 
Cumberland... N S 
Peel 
Moock 


Telfer 


Middlesex. E R... 
York N B 


Strathnairn 
"Stnithroy 


Temperance Vale ... 
Temperanceyille . ... 
I empleton 


York, N R 
Ottawa .... Q 


Street s Ridge 


*Streetsville 
Stromness 




Middlesex, SR... 
Algoma . O 


Teuby Bay 


Stronach Mountain. 


Annapolis ... N S 
Simcoe. S R 


Cenecape 


Hants N S 


Ten Mile Creek 
Tennant s Cove 
Tennyson 


St. John N B 
King s N B 


Sturgeon 


Kind s ... P E I 




Situcoe. E It O 


Lanark. SR 
Halifax N S 


Sturgeon Falls .. . 


Uist. of Nipissng. 
Victoria, N R . 


Terence Bay 


Sturgeon Poiut 
Stymast Settlement. 


Terrebonne 


Terrebonne Q 


Northumberl d N B 
Algoma .. 


Tessierville 




Tcston 
I etea GaucheR N" S. 
Tetea Gauche R.S.S. 


York, W R 
Gloucester N B 
Gloucester . .. N B 
Wellington,N R. 
Quebec Q 


Suffolk Road 


Queen s P E I 


Sugar Loaf, W ... 
Sullivan 


Victoria N S 


Gr^y N R 




N Westminster B 
Carleton N B 
Queen s N B 
Prince P E 1 


Tewkesbury 


bummerfield 


TkamKsford 
Thainesville 


Oxford, N R 
Bothwell 


Summer Hill 


Thauei 


Hastings, N R ... 
Russell . . 


Sumtnerside 
Suinuierstown 
Summerville 
SutuiiierviUe 
Summerville 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Glennarry 


The Brook , . . 


*Thf.(tfard 


Lambton, E R.... 
Colcherter N 8 
Cardwell 


Peel 
Kind s ... P E 1 


The Falls 


The Grange 
I lie Grove 


Hants N S 


Middlesex, E R... 
Richmond N 8 


Summerville Centre 


Queen s N S 


The Points, W. Bay. 



[264J 



1885.] 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL PIST IUT 


POSTMASTER. 


POST FICE. ELECTORAL HISTRICT. 


POSTMASTER. 




Andrew Barton 
J. McGiegor 
.1. B Dobie 
S. Blondeau 
S. Stra ford 
C. Stew irt. jun 
Edward Klliott 
James mjth 
J. Schmietendorf 

R M-A. Dobson 
Thos. Me Kenny 
Joseph Hill 
Chos. flarrison 
K. E. Holt 
George 15 Shaw 
W. H Doney 
T. A. Hewitt 
W. Bradley 
M Biackstock 
11. G. Wavbraut 
John D.ile 
John Kdgar 
W. H Flint 
J. A Wilson 
Vlrs J. McDonald 
C. K. Ogden 

J McGuestien 
K. J. MoMihon 
George Mwaids 
Win j Thwnite 
ifo. Mttthews 
Oliver King 
Miss R Davidson 
S. J. Perry 
A Perrenlllt 
Moses Hilton 
Robert Kane 
Win Bntvall 
John Stomps 
rt. D. TiMs in 
Geor e Gibson 
John J Kninp 
John Smith 
James M Wear 
^ Mclnnes 
Milton luthouse 
n. M.-DIOI, ,11 
David Cnrrv 
William I odd 
MrsC. \ VIcLeat 
\ Kraser 

rtio iia- Smjth 

J W Toole 
Robt. Morrison 
Win. Brown 
I h mus Smyth 
T. C. 1 attenon 
Andrew Jeffrey 
W. C Price 
Follis Johnston 
W. G .Ie-tin 
J hn Reid 
Maxim" vvilbrun 
Win P Laverock 
Allans McBeith 
John Irons 
J I .licHsOn 
Jo-ian H. Rice 
J. Tov 
Miss Dumaresqun 
Pla-ide Delorey 
A. Johnson 
Isaac Ada ins 
D S Duplesea 
F Tracy 
Jno. K Applebe 
John Nelsou 
M Whalen 

Peter Foy 
John Dflaney 
T. Townsend 
P. II Chipman 
D. McCaughrin 
Wm. Cooper 


Tremblay 


Chicoutimi Q 
King s NS 


Marcel Cot6 
R. R. Baker 
Simon Stevens 
Mrs. Mary L. Lee 
Jas. B. Christie 
T. P. Pelletier 
Germain Caron 
A. Cain 
P. D. Lariviere 
Rankin Lawson 

Chas. Cosens 
George Clark 
S. H. Cas-vell 
James F. falls 

W. McCully 
Mrs. C. Crawford 
M Caeserly 
James Neely 
W. F. Willett 
Samuel Sutor 
R. F. Dickson 
Solomon Berry 
Alexander Rosa 
F. E. Tobias 
S. J. McKelvey 
J. M. Lent 
Simeon Gardner 
Mrs. Le Blanch 
W. J. Bowell 
S. Johnson 
T. S. Johnson 
T. W. McKay 

N. McLellan 
J. A Duncan 
Rev. J.Sanderson 
John T. Welsh 

R. S. Webster 
John Doherty 

George Bunn 
James Miller 
D. Kavanagh 
Hugh Murray 
Janet W. Watson 
James McKenzia 
J. E. Chase 
Mrs. N. McLeod 
Isaac Sellar 
Andrew Booth 
M M.Braithwaite 
Chas. Titus 
J. D. Titus 
Joseph Calhoun 
P. Shaugcessy 
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. Knox 
Fred. Williams 
Jesse Bowers 
J. McGrath 
Mrs.M. Newcomb 




Hastings, M R ... n 






Trenholm 


Drummond Q 


hottord Mines .... 
hirteen Mile House 
histletowu 


Megantic ....... Q 
Halifax N S 


Trent Bridge 


Northumb d.ER. 
; Hastings, W R... 
Temiscouata Q 
L Islet Q 


*Tre.nton 


York, W R 
Hastings, E R.. . 
King s N B 
Simcoe S R O 




Trois Saumons 
Trout. Brook 


homond 
hompsonville 
hompson s Mills ... 


Northumb d ... N B 
Arthabaska Q 
MuskokaA P.S d. 
Huntingdon Q 
Perth, N R 
Wentworth,N R. 
Assiniboia Terrify. 
Essex, N B 
Cumberlaud.. N S 
Colchester N S 
Prince P E I 




Cumberland... N S 
Kinw s N B 




front River 


I horubury Grey. K R 

* horn by " Pnntmn O 




Troy 




Middlesex. E R... 

Pontius . .. O 






Trudell 


hor.icliffe Kent. O 
hometown Queen s N B 

T/iornhill Vm-k W R f> 




rritro 




Marquette M 


Tuam 


.Simcoe, S R O 
Peel 


Thornton 


Sioico". S R 
Bothwell 




Tupperville 


Annapolis .... N S 
Bothwell 


Tnnrold 


Wlland .... 


Tupporville 




Victoria N B 




Klgin, WR 
Albert NB 


hree Lakes 


Benuce Q 
St. John. N B 


Turtle Creek 


Turtle Lake 


Muskoka&PS d. 
Selkirk M 


?hree Mile House... 


Halifax M S 
Three Rivers Q 
Cumberland N S 
Sunbury N B 
Gr-nville, S R ... 
Ottawa Q 




Cuscarora 


Brant, S R 




TitsM 


Yarmouth N S 
Yarmouth N S 


hree Tree Creek ... 


Tusket Forks 


fusket Wedge 


Yarmouth N S 
Hastings. E R ... 
Went worth, S R. 
York N B 




*Tu>teii 




Hastings. N R . . 


Tweedside 






I weedside 




Cumberland... N S 
Westmoreland. N 15 
Prince . P K I 


Two Islands 


Cumberland. . N S 
Selkirk M 




Two Rivers .... 






Prince .. P E I 




Chicoutimi Q 

Kssex N H l ii 


Tyneside 


Haldimand 
Klgin, W R 


Cilhury Centre 
Tilbury East 


Tyrconnell .. 


Knit . 




Durham, W R ... 
Norfolk, N R 
Ontario, N R 


Hlley 

Cilley 


Victoria N B 
Leeds S R .... I 


Tyrrell 


Udora 


Tilsonburg 

Pilton 


Norfolk. N R 
North umb d,BR O 
Lincoln 


Ufflngton 


Ontario, N R 
Muskoka&PS d.O 
Simcoe, E R .... 
Muskoka&PS d. 
Drummond Q 


Ufford 




Ulnhoff . . 




Simcoe. 8 R 
Kinf s .. N B 


Ul Is water 


Titusville 






Bruce. W R 
Di"b - N o 


Umfntville 


Hastings, N R ... 
Bruce, W R 






Tobermorv 
Tobique River 


Bruce, N R O 
Victoria X B 




Victoria N B 


Uiwm 


Elgin. K R 
Carleton N B 




Marquette M 
Brockville 


Toledo 


Union Centre 


Picton N S 




Pictou N S 


Union Road 


Queen s P E I 
Leeds, S R 
York. E R 




Oxf >rd, N R 
Kind s N 1! 


Union Spring 






Guysboro N S 
.\nnapolis N S 
Y.Tk. W R 
Toronto 


TT/ili am 


King s N B 
Kind s N B 




lormore 


Uphill 


Victoria, N R .... 
Muskoka &. P S d. 
Vlonck 


Uplands 


Toronto Nnrlh, C >r 
Toronto East, Cor. 
Toronto Wi-.st, Cor. 


Yoii ;e<feCarleton sts, 

Qneen&l url m t t 
Q H-eu&Bathurst 
Simcoe. K K 
Mtrqnett.e M 




Upper Abougog^in . 
Upper Bay du Vin... 
Upper Bedford 
Upper Branch 


Westmoreland, N B 
Northumb d... N B 
Missisquoi Q 
Lnnenburg ... N S 
Carleton N B 


Tot i-ika 


*Totfpnham .... 


Marqnette M 
Sim.-oe S K, 


Upper Brighton 


Sunbury N B 
Kent ... N B 


iOiii hwood Hills. .. 
Tower Hill 


Assiniboia Ter 
GhnrJotte N B 

Killer s . .. \I S 


Upper Buctouche.... 
Upper Caledonia 
Upper Carard 


Guysboro N S 
King s N S 


Town Plot 


To wnsend Centre ... < Vorfblk, N R 
Toy s Hill DniidHS D 


Westmoreland, N B 
Gloucester ... N B 
Annapolis N S 


Upper Caraquet 
Upper Clarence 
Upper Caverhill 
Upper Clements 
Upper Clyde River... 
Op.Or.Rds. St. M ys 
Upper Dvke Village. 
Upper Economy 
Up/inr Oagetown, . . . 
Upper Gaspereaux... 
Upper Goshen 
Upper Greenwich ... 
Upper Hampstead... 
Upper Hayneville... 
Upper Kennetcook . 
Upper Kent 
Upper Keswick .. 




Gloucester .... N B 
Antig iriishe... N S 

Queen s P K I 

Carleton N B 




York N B 


Tracadie Cross 
Tracey s Nlills.n 
Trtcey Station 
Tracyville 


Annapolis N S 
Shelburne N S 


S:inlm<-y N 15 
Snnbury . N B 


Guysboro N S 
King s N 8 


Trat al"Hr . 


Halton i 


Colchester N S 


J. L. Moore 
Thomas Crother 
Isaac C. Burpe 
15. 15. Havward 
Henry Walton 
S. Cameron 
|J. H. MeMann 
Jacob Hennigar 
i A. Hawthorn 


Trafalgar 




Queen s N B 


TralTord 


Arlington 
Perth N R 
Renfrew N R ....<> 
(Jri-v, S R 
Prince . P E I 


Queen s N B 


Tralee 


Albert N B 




Kinir s N B 


Traverston 

Traveller s Rest 


Queen s N B 


York NB 


Tread well 
Trecawtle 


Pivsrott 
W^ilinirton, M R. 
Marimette... .. M 


Hants N S 


Carleton N B 
York ., .. N B 


Treherne . . 



G 



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98 



POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


POST OFFICE. 


ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 


Dp. Keswick Ridge 
Upper Kintore . . . 
Dpper La Have 
Upper Loch Lomonc 
Op. Magaguadavic.. 
Upper Malagash . .. 
Upper Margaree 


Fork N B 


II. T. Coburn 
Jas Farquhar 
Josiah Rudolf 
: Thomas McAfee 
: Joseph Porter 
Amos Purdy 
John McLennan 
Thos. Perley 
N. Coburn 
Mrs. A. King 
J S. Stewart 
A. Martin 
Mrs. S Reid 

Mrs. McDougall 
\. 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 
V\m. McKenzie 
D. McMillan 
John McLeunan 
M. McDonald 

W. S. Garrison 
Nevers Phillips 
Francis Uox 
W. M. Campbell 
James M. Fowlei 
Wm. Farrell 
Angus McHonalii 
M. Hutchinson 
Egrey Jeffrey 
R. Stephenson 
T. Mulvihill 
Nath. Urquhart 
Stephen Kettle 
Richard Carroll 
Jacob Defoe 
Hugh Malone 
Philip Connor 
Erastus Hanes 
S. Shepherd 
W. Hamilton 
Robt. McClellan 
Chas. S. Wolff 
C. St. Oiiges 

Francis Love 
M. St. Pierre 
Wm. Suggitt 
M. (leer 
J. Richardson 
C. Switzer 
L. Paradis, jun. 
Daniel Dion 
Norman McLeod 
J. Sutherland 
Phillippe Lor 
P. G. Valois 

John Mahone 
Byron Vancamp 

H. Bartholomew 
P. R. McLaurin 
James Denison 
John W. Robson 
John Vanvlack 
W. W. Dodd 
Jesse Parker 
Mrs. E. Geeoffrion 

Francis Eden 
Nathan Levi 
Jos. Lafortune 
G N. Brabant 
Victor Lalonde 
Wm Vaughan 


Vellore 
Venice 


York, W R ( 
Missisquoi C 


I J. MacDonald 
1 Thomas Hunter 
> Geo. SweetDavn 
1 James McCaffrey 
> John McAulay 
) E. Johnston 
N. Chicoine 
Stephen Irwin 
Hilaire Bondy 
Angus Power 
Thomas Bow 
George O Neill 
1 George Forbes 
John G. Boyd 
I Alex. Grant 
L Lacombe 
E. C. Corbitt 
Robert Cannon 
Denis Reden 
James Wilson 
Robert Wallace 
J. W. Boyer 
I. M. Henny 
MissC. D. Palmer 
Louis Foisey 
J. H. Thome 
John Gillis 
, Robert Aeton 
W Sturk 
Mark Vasey 
T. Fortune 
W. R. Cavana. 
Thos. Harper. 
R m. Lee 
Avard Chesley 
John Covle 
Samuel Brasher 
Miss Zoe Dumont 
Robert Grey 
Samuel Black 
A. Dupuis 
N. D. D. Bessette 
Alex Drolet 
W. R. Shearer 
J. McConey 
T. Walker 
M. Dusureault 
Jobn Campbell 
Emile Quesnel 

F. Middleton. 
Wm. H. Perry 
F. Robinson 
W. F. Scarth 
James Fisher 
John Kay 
George D. McCall 
Robt. McCormich 
John Parks 
Thomas Francis 
John Gates 
George Grass 
James Craig 
Jas. McLaren 
Clovis Guerin 
David Jenkins 
Mrs. A. Baker 
H. Pepin 
Jhn Walker 
Wm. Adair. 
Malcolm Maclean 
E. R. Shepley 
Henry Horner 
B. S. Seaman 
J. L. McKin 
D. B McDonald 
David Ross 
Robert Gunn 
F.B. Prior 
A. Mitchell 
Lemu* l Powell 
Patrick Haney 
Abraham Bray 
P. E. Willoughby 
Frank McCall 
Wm. Morgan 
Jas. Campbell 


Victoria N B 


Lunenburg ... N g 
St. John N B 


Vennachar 


Addington ( 


Venosta 


Ottawa C 


York N B 


Ventnor ... 


Grenville. S R ... ( 
Grey, ER C 
Vercheres (, 


Cumberland ... N E 
Inverness NS 
Sunbury N B 


Ventry 
Vercheres 


Upper Maugerville.. 
UpperMrtlbourne... 
Upper Mills 


Verdun 


Bruce W R C 


Richmond Q 


Vereker 


Essex. S R 


Charlotte N B 
Halifax N S 


Vernal 


Antigonishe ... N 
Runsell 


Up. Musquodoboit... 
Upper Ne^uac 


Vernon 


Northumb d... N B 
Albert N B 


Vernon River 


Queen s P E 1 


Upper New Horton. 
Upper Newport 
Up. Nine Mile River 
Upper North River.. 
Upper Otnabog 


Vernon Riv. Bridge, 
^ernonville 


Queen s P E I 


Hants N S 


Northumb., W R. 
Addington 


Hants N S 


Verona 


Colchester N S 
Queen s N B 


Versailles 


Iborvillo Q 


Verschoyle ... . 


Oxfotd S R 




Carleton N B 
King s N S 


Vesta 


Bruce, E R 
Kine s ... N S 


Upper Pereaux 
Upper Port Latour . 
Upper Queensbury. . 
Upper Rawdon 
Upper Rockport,WO 
Upper St. Bszil 
Upper St. Francis ... 
Upper Sackville 


Vesuvius 


Shelburne N S 
York N B 


Vii^rs 


Huntingdon Q 
Victoria B C 




Hants N S 


Victoria 


Carleton N B 


Westmoreland. N B 
Victoria N B 


Victoria 


Cumberland... N S 
Queen s P E I 
Arthabaska Q 
Annapolis N S 
King s P E I 


Victoria . 


Victoria N B 


* Victwiavitle .... 


Westmoreland. N B 
Halifax ! NS 


Viet oria Beach 


Upper Sackville 
UpperSet BaddeckR 
Upper Set. Middle R. 
Upper Set. R. Dennis 
Upper Set. South R. 
Upper Sheffield 
Upper Southampton 
Upper Steioiacke . ... 
Upper Sumas 
UpDerton 


Victoria Cross 


Victoria N S 


Victoria Corners .... 
"Victoria Harbour... 
* Victoria Harbour... 


Ontario, N R . ... 
King s.... N S 


Victoria N S 


Inverness N S 
Aiiti^onishe ... N 8 
Sunbury N B 


Simcoe. E R 


Victoria Mines 


Jape Breton ... N S 
Victoria, N R . ... 
Snnbury N B 


Victoria Road 


York N B 


Victoria Settlemen ! 
Victoria Square 


Colchester N S 


fork, E R 
Annapolis N S 
Queen s N B 


N. Westminster. BC 
King s NB 


Victory 


Upper Wakefield 
Upper Washabuck... 
Upper Wicklow 
Upper Wood Har. ... 
Upper Woodstock.... 


Ottawa Q 


* Vienna 


Klgin, E R 


Victoria... N S 




T6miscouata 


Carleton... . N B 


Vigo 


Simcoe, N R ...... 
Shelburne . ... N 
L Islet Q 


Shelburne N S 




Carleton N B 


Village oes Aulnaies 
Village Richelieu ... 
Villa Mastai 


Ontario, N R 
King s ......... N B 


Rouville Q 


Urquharts ... . 


Quebec Q 


Ursa 


Peter boro B R 




Norfolk, NR 
Com ptrtn ...... . Q 




Antigonishe ... N S 
Jntario, N R 
Wellington, S R. 
Simcoe, S R 
Muskoka& PS d. 
Lambton, W R... 
Ontario, W R ... O 
York, N R .0 


Villette 


ptiea 


Villiers 


Peterboro , E R. 
Champlain Q 


Utoka 


Viucennes 




Vine 


Simcoe, S I? 
Ottawa Q 




Vinoy 


Uf.toxeter ... 


Vinton 


Pontiac Q 


*Uxbri<lge 


Viola Dale 


Mrtrquette M 


Vachell 


Violet 








Violet Hill 


Cardwell 


Valcourt 


Sheftbrd Q 


Virrten 


Selkirk M 


Val des Bois 


Ottawa ... . Q 


Virgil 


Lincoln & Niagara 
York. N R 


Val j Colliery 


ictou N S 


Virginia 




Ottawa Q 


f PiUf>ria 


Norfolk, S R 
Ontario, WR 
Lunenburg ... N S 
Ontario, N R 
Lambton, W R ... 
Sunbury N B 


Valentia 


Victoria, S R 


Vivian 


Vale Perkins 


Vogler s Cove 


Valetta . 


Kent 


Vroomanton 


Vallentyne 


Jntario, N R 
Beauce Q 


Vyner 


Valletort 


Waasis Station 
Wagram 


VM yfield 


Beauharnois . . Q 


Wellington, N R. 
Ottawa Q 


Valleyfield 


King s P E I 


Wakefield 


Valley Station 


Colchester .... N 8! 
Champlain . . .. Q 


Wakopi 


Selkirk M 
Wellington, N R. 


Waldemar 


Valois 


Jacques-Cartier . Q 
Wellington, C R. 
Renfrew, S R .... 
Dundas O 


Wales 




Walker s Cutting ... 
Walker s Point 


Arthabaska . . . . Q 
Simcoe, E R 




Vancamp Mills 


Walker s Settl nt.... 
*Walkerton 


King s N B 


Oxford, SR 
Grey, S R 
Norfolk, N R 
Prescott ... . 


Bruce, E R 


Vandeleur 


Walkerville 
Wallace 


Essex, N R 
Wellington, N R. 
Cumberland ... N S 
Cumberland ... N S 
Bothwell 


*Vankkek Sill 


WMace 


Victoria, N R .... 
Middlesex, E R... 


Wallace Bridge 








Wallace Ridge 
Wallacetown 


Cumberland... N S 
Elgin, W R 
Hastings, W R... 
King s N S 


Van Winkle 


Cariboo B C 




Norfolk. S R 
Vercheres Q 


Wallbridge 




Wallbrook 


Varna . . .. 


Huron, S R 


W-dlenstein 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Russell 


Varney 
Vasey 


Grey, S R 
Simcoe, N R 
L Assomption ... Q 
Vaudreuil Q 


Waller 


Walmer 


Oxford, N R 
Lambton, E R... 
Norfolk S R 
Norfolk, S R 
Srey, N R 01 




Walnut 


Vaudreuil 


Walsh 


Vaudreuil Station... 

Vaughan ... 




Walsingham Centre. 
Walter s Falls 


Hants N S 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



99 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL PISTBICT. 


POSTMASTER. 


K>ST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT. POSTMA8TRR. 


Waltham 


Pontiac Q 
Huron, 8 R 
Hants N S 


J. G. Poupore 
William Neill 
John McCulloch 

E. P. Benoit 
John Stacy 
L. E. Richardson 
A. Stableford 
E. T. Dufron 
George Wright 
A Cummings 
I. Humphreys 
D. Vansickle 
Win. Howe 
Henry Ball 
Henry Porter 
John Lapointe 
Thomas Choat 
MrsFrommhagei 
Louis Triganne 
Thos. G. Morris 
Abial Marshall 
J. McGillivray 
Wm. Dunn 
James Reid 
Jas. B. Wiggins 
J. B. Thompson 
B. H. Rammage 
Wm. Johnson 
Andrew McAfee 
Enos Wile 
Gardner Stevens 
C. Kumpf 
K. McKenzie 
C. W. Anderson 
Miss B Reed 
L. W. Wyman 
C. H. Ferguson 
I. S. Pineo 
David Ross 
Jas. Watkins 
Frederick Egger 
John Munroe 
John Watson 

James Scott 
T. Capes 
J. Mathewson 
James Kerr 
J. Bannister 
John Lingley 
J. Grahame 
M J. Greenlaw 
K. Southmayd 
W. Weaver 
J. H. Cummisky 
Louis P. Cot6 
S. Fontaine 
N. Tanguay 
F. Weidmann 
B. Williamson 
Joseph Seitz 
Wm. Hill 
S. M. Dunn 
J. E. Weldon 
Geo. H. Burgar 
D. C. Holmes 
Wm. Morton 
Patrick Ayers 

D. Campbell 

Henry Addy 
James Hill 
Jacob Landers 
F. J. Arsenault 
GW.Vandervoort 

John E. Woods 
A. McArthur 
James G. Begg 
Wm. Lamb 

S. H. Sweet 
J. H. Livingston 

Juris. in Reid. 
Emile Mouchet 


Weslevvillo 


Durham. E R .... 
Inverness N S 
Brome Q 


J. Borrowclough, 
James McDonald 
M. Dubois 
A. E. Smalley 
A. McMichael 
J. Dilworth 
J. W. Schurman 
Luther Scott 
Andrew Bridge 
J. C. Ta-slor 
J. C. E. Belanger 
J. P. Woodrow 
Wm. Butler 
A. McWilliams 
Mrs. Sutherland 
Mrs. M. J. Purdy 
Mrs.N.Pequignot 
D. McLaren 
Jas. H. Wilkins 
Isaie Beaudry 
Mrs. E. Currie 
Wm. Shaw 
Henry Hartman 
John Beaton 
David Henderson 
T. R. Mitchell 
N. H. De Veber 
Archer Duirant 
J. R. Roland 
D. McPherson 
M. Wallace, jun. 
James West 
Wm Sutherland 
J. H. Richardson 
John Manion 

G. C. Banks. 
R. Richardson. 
Mrs. M. A. Fraser 
Fred. Werden 
Joseph Shipley. 
D. McKillop 
D. Matheson 
Wm. Fraser 
Donald Turner 
Alex. Fraser 
J McDonald 
Amos Michener 
Thos. E. Oulton 
Robt. H. Byers 
M. O Leary 
B. McCube 
Robt. Johnston 
Hush Cleland 
B Mc-lntosh 
John H. Whelan 
B. H. Ruggle 
Angus Srewart 
M. L. Elkins 
MrsD Entremont 
Henry Whitney 
John Cox 
Wm. Munro 
W. Sutherland 
Daniel Grant 
D. McLaughlin 
George Tait 
Hugh McPhee 
John Campbell 
Jas. McDonald 
Duncan Balfour 
Wm. Bow 
John Powell 
John Tingle 
C. D. Jones 
George J. Hoyt 
J. H. Milson 
J. B. Curran 
Bd. McCabe 

James Power- 
11 B. Killam 
Thos. Wheaton- 
John Gallaway 
John McDonald 
John McDonald 
Chas. Nourse 


West Bay 








Lambton. W R... 
Assiniboi a...N W T 
Leeds S R 


Westbourne 


Marquette M 
Kent N B 




W.Br. St.Nicholaa R. 
W. Br ch River John 
W.Br ch. Riv. Philip 
West Brome 




Pictou X 8 




Shefford Q 


Cumberland... N S 
Brome Q 


Ward s Creek Road. 


King s N B 


Middlesex.WR... 
Grey, B R 
Stormont 


West Brook 


Frontetiac 


Wareham 


West Brook 


Cumberland . ...N 8 
Megantic Q 
Compton Q 


West Broughton .... 




Northumb., E R . 
Hastings, N R... O 




West Caledonia .... 
West Cape 


Queen s N S 
Prince P E T 






Simcoe, E R 
Wentworth, S R. 
Marquette M 
Peterboro , E R... 
Perth, N R O 




Pictou N S 




Westchester 


Cumberland ... N S 
Cumberland... N S 
Halifax NS 


Warrington 


Westchester Lake ... 
West Ohezzetcook. . 
Westcock 






Westmoreland N B 
Compton Q 




Arthabaska Q 
Lambton, B R.... O 
Simcoe, E R 
Frontenac 


West Ditton 




West Dublin 


Lunenburg ... N S 
Queen s P E I 
Queen s N S 




Western Covehead.. 
Western Head 
Western Road 






Brant N R . .. 


Prince P KI 




Selkirk M 


West Essa 


Simcoe, S R 
Huron, W R 
King s NB 


Waterborough ...... 


Queen s N B 


Westfield 


Wentworth, N R. 
Norfolk, N R 
Digby N S 


Westfield 


*Waterfnrd ... 


West Flamborcf 
West Glassville 
West Gravenhurnt. . 
West Gore 


Wentworth.N R. 
Carleton N B 
Simcoe, E R 
Hants N S 


Waterford 


King s N B 


Waterloo 


Lunenburg ....N S 
Shefford Q 




West Grove 


Muskoka&P.S d. 
Cumberland... NS 
York, ER O 
Lanark, N R 
Hastings, N R ... 
Annapolis N S 




Waterloo, N R... 
Grpysboro .... N 8 
Albert N B 


West Hansford 
West Hill 


Waternish . 




West Huutley 




Pictou N S 


West Huntingdon... 
West luglisville 
West Jeddore 


Waterville . 




Waterville .... .... 


Carleton N B 
King s N S 


Halifax N S 


Wtitervitte 


Weint La Have Ferry 


Lunenburg N S 
Priii co Edward... 
Cumberland... N S 
Elgin. W R 
Piovencher . . .. M 
Middlesex, NR... 
Elgin, WR 
Renfrew. N R.... 
Pictou .. N S 


* Watford . 


Lambton, ER.... 
Drunimond . .. . Q 
Muskoka&P.S d. 
Lanark, N R 


Watkins Mills 
Wattenwyl ........ 
Watson s Corners ... 
Watson Settlement. 








Carleton N B 


West McGillivray ... 
West Magdala 
W istmeath 


Muskoka&P.S d.O 
Simcoe, E R, 


* Wj.uha.ush.ene 
Waubuno 


Larabton, W R... 
Colchester N 8 


West Merigonishe ... 
West Montrose 
Westmoreland Point 
West Xew Annan ... 
West Newdy Quoddy 
West Newton 


Waugh s River 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Westmoreland, N B 
Colchester N S 
Halifax N S 




Prince Edward... 
Simcoo, E R 
Halifax N 8 






Wavy Bank 




Queen s PE 1 
York, W R 




Charlotte N B 


* West on 


Way s Mills 


Stanstead Q 
Digby N S 


West Osgoode 


Russell 


Weaver Settlement- 
Webster s Corner. ... 


Westover 


Wentworth, N R. 
Leeds, S R .0 


Queen s P E I 


* W-st/iort 


Wolfe Q 




Digby N S 


Weedon Centre 
Weedon Station. . . . 


Wolfe Q 


West Point 


Prince P E I 


Wolfe Q 


West Potton 


Brome Q 




West Pubnico 


Yarmouth.. .. N S 


Weir 


Brant O 


West Quaco 
West River 


St. John N B 
Albert. . . N B 


Weissenburg 


Waterloo, N R ... 
Durham, E R.... 
Kent NB 
Kent 




West River 


Pictou N 8 


W ldfnrd 
WelJon 


W. River Sheet Har. 
West River Station.. 
W. Scotch Settlem t 
West Shefford 


Halifax N S 


Pictou N S 


*W lland 


Wetland 


King s .. . N B 


WMand Port 


Monck 


Shefford Q 


*WelUslsy 


Waterloo. N R ... 
Prince P E I 


W. Side of Lochaber 
W. Side Middle Riv. 
West St. Peter s 
W?stviUe 


Antigonishe ... N S 
Victoria. ... N S 


Wellington , 


Wellington * 




King s P E I 




Prince Edward... 
Albert N B 


Pictou N 8 


Wellington 


* West Winchester . ... 
Westwood 


Dundas . . O 


Wellington 


Vancouver ......B C 
Yarmouth N S 
Prince P E I 


Peterboro , E R.. 
York E R 


Wellington 


Wexford 


Wellington Station. 
Wellman s Corners. 
Wells 


Wf.ymouth 


Digby N S 


Hastings, N R ... 
Kings N B 


Weymouth Bridge ... 


Diuby N S 


Middlesex, N R... 
Marquette M 
Drummond Q 
Essex 3 R 


Wellwool 




Wheatland . 


Wdsford 


Queen s N B 


Wheatland 




Asslniboia Territ y. 
Middlesex, W R. 
Preseott O 


Wheatley 


Windigo 


Wheatley River 
Wheaton Mills 
Wheaton Settlem t. 


Queen s P El 
Westmoreland, N B 
Westmoreland, N B 
Lambton, E R.. 
King s P El 






Cumberland ...N S 
Hants N S 


Wentworth Creek ... 
Wentworth Station. 
West Advocate 
West Arichat 


Cumberland... N S 
Cumberland... N 8 
Richmond N S 


Whim Road Cross... 
Whitburn 


Pictou . . . . N S 


* WIMbu .. 


Ontario. S R 



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POST OFFICES IN CANADA. 



[1885. 



POST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DI8 L RIC > 


POSTMASTER. 


P ST OFFICE. ELECTORAL DISTRICT 


POSTMASTER. 




Lanark, N R O 
Bruce, W R 
Guysboro N S 
King s N B 


Robert Jordan 
S. D. HendersoL 

Alex. Roulston 
Edward Carroll 
\ Mc(Jillirray 
lames Ball 
A. Stirling 
Jos. J. Corrigan 
Jaleb Flawn 
.1. Chal loner 
Mrs. M. O Lear} 
Jared Lloyd 
James Bell 
S. V. White 
Thos. Cariuichael 
G M mtfcomery 
Donald McPhee 
T. G. Lyons 
P. D. Henry 
E. A. Barnard 
Ohas. Somers 
Joel B. Craig 
David Speuee 
Mrs. Vic Donald 
A. Mathawson 
H. vicDonald 
N. McMillan 

G.D.U.SComtoi* 
L S. Vanwart 
.). B. M:Douald 
Theo. H. Kstey 
Adam Dnffus 
R G. Barton 
William Riley 
\. E Wilbur. 
John Chambers 
Wtn Kimball 
Josiali Abrams 
Andrew Caylor 
Hrson Price 
Win McPhersori 
Thomas Lindsay 
R Oani ivsky 
ili-ortT" Field 
.7 M. M K.-irland 
G. P;ittiruoa 
L. Lehrian 
3 Martin 
Mrs. M Francis 
Husjh Stewart 
E. Curaiainger 
D. Dickinson 

P. L. Hays. 
Mrs. S. Brown 
H.-rirv Wilson 
J. C. Wilson 
Sydney Warner 
! I eter Murray 
Fred. God holt 
Solomon C >ons 
Thomas Aitkin 

Jas. Robertson 
J M i!rugg,jun 
A. Landry 
; Alfred Wigle 
Win. H. Uritton 
P. S. Burnhira 
.1 A. E. McCabe 


Wiuona I 


Wentworth, S R. 
Queen s P E I 
Monck 


Joseph Carpentei 
D. Younker 
E. Winslow 
P. S. Kilbarne 
Alex. Murchie 
0. Bonestreet 
Joanna Bowes 
Jno. H. Putnam 
Jas. Pritchard 
Mary Collins 
Jas. P. Dill 
Edward Baker 
Norbert Roy 
George V. Rand 
Wm. Wilson 
A. Wolverton 
F. J. Christison 
R. T. Wallace 
Wm. McEvoy 
John Thompson 
James Neely 
Thos. Ward 
R. H. Stewart 
G. A. Broadfoot 

A. Fetherston 
Joshua Pickering 

Henry T. Wood 
K. Cameron 
George Wood 
Robt. Taylor 
A. McCleneghan 
J. C. Winslow 
John Shields 
John C. Gilchriat 
Shubael Parker 
Thos. Gagnon 
J. G. Eraser 
Mrs. J. Gould 
Benj. Milette 
John Morrisoa 
Joshua Ellard 
Robt. Dickson 
Thos. Mannell 
Nelson McRae 
Joseph Cattle 
S. Ellery 
John Lyons 
D. D. Anderson 
John McMullin 
R. Bellinger 
Arthur Lacerte 
Louis Lufleur 
J. A. Shibley 
Robt. McJanet 
A.J. Hood 
D W. Newcomb 
John Owens 

Joseph Buaston 
R. McLoughlin 
D. J. Hannah 
John Arkell 
C. E. Kelly 
JotlReaman 
James Dobson 
George Smith 
Patrick Young 
Wm. McDouald 
Wm. Armstrong 
M N. Dafoe 
D. Zimmerman 

James Killen 
Daniel S. Faust 


White Church 
Whittthead 


\Vinsloe Road 
Winslow 


Wtiitehnad 


Win erbourne 


Waterloo, N R... 
Huron S R. 




Charlotte N B 
Pictnu . N S 


White Hill 




Muskoka&PS d. 
Lambtou, E R.... 
Assiniboia Ter 
Pontiac Q 




Brockville 


Wisbeach 




Renfrew, S R . ... O 
. . K 


Wishart 




Woburn 


White Oak 


Middlesex, S R. . O 
Victoria N S 


Woburu 
Wolf Creek 


York. E R 
Assiniboia Ter 


White Rock Mills ... 


King s N S 


Wolfe Island 


Frontenac 


Ontario. W R. ... o 
King s P E I 


Wolfstown 


Wolfe Q 




\\olfmlU 


King s N S 






SVolueley 


Grey, NR 




Queen s. N B 




Brant, N R 




Muskoka O 


VVoodbourne 


Pictou N S 




Ontario, VV R 
Assiniboia Terrify 
Simcoe S R 6 


Wmdbridge 
Woodburn 


York, W R 
Wentworth, S R.. O 
Grey, N R 


Wbitewood Station. 


Woodford 






Wxidttam 


Perth, S R 
Peei 




Northumb . ... N B 
Charlotte N B 


Woodhill 


Whittier s Ridge .... 


Woodlands 


Stormont 


Wellington, N R. O 
Inverness N S 
Inverness .... N 
Inverness N .> 
Bruce, N R 
Ontario, N R 
Drummond (, 
Queen s N t 
Northumb., W R. i 
Carleton . N B 






Why coco mayh 
Whycocom h B.(NS) 
Whvcocomagh, Rear 

* Wi&Tton, 




Queen s P E I 




Woodnoith 


Selkirk M 


Wood Point 


Westmoreland, N B 
Prince Edward. . 


Wick 


Woodrous 


Wkkham, West 
Wlckham 


Woodside 


Woodside 
Wood-ide 


Maruuette M 
Sunbury N B 
Essex, N R 




*W><xiislee 


Wi Mor 


Lambton. ER.... 
Queen s N B 
Peterboro . K K . ) 
Westmoreland N B 
Ontario, N R 
Both well 


* Windhoek 


Oxford. N R 
Carleton NB 




Wnndstnck 




Woodstock R. Stat n 
*W>n<lnille 


Carleton X B 




Victoria, NR.... 
Hants N S 


WilfriH 


Woodville 




Wood villa 


Victoria N B 




Frontenac 


Woodward s Cove ... 
Wooler 


Charlotte N B 
Northumb., E R.. 
Wolfe Q 




Cumberland... N S 
Grey N R 


Williamst ord Stat n. 


Wotton 




Wreck Cove 






Carleton N i< 


\Vri<l>lt..., 


Ottawa Q 




Kingston ...... 


* WrnxfJter 


Huron, E R 
Wellington. C R. 
Simcoe. E R 
Norfolk, S R 
Simcoe, E R 
Renfrew. N R.... 
Lambtou, W K... 
Halifax 1ST S 




Bruce, N R 
SiHkHt^hawan Ter. 
Bruce, N R O 
York. W R 




Wyubridge 


Willow v/reok 


Wyeeombe 
W ye vale 




Queen s ... N B 


Wvlie 


Willow Grove 


St .John .N B 








\nnapolis N S 
Prince P K T 


I alf. 


Yale BC 


Wilmot Valley 


Yi machiclie 


St. Maurice Q 




Yini.iska 


Yain-tHka Q 




Vorfolk, N R 
Charlotte N B 


Yarker 


Addington 


Wilson s Beach 
Wilson s Corners.... 
Wilson s Mill 








Yarmouth N S 


Me^antic Q 


Yarmouth Centre ... 
Yatton 


Elgin. E R 
Wellington, C R. 
Durham, E R . ... O 
Grey, S R 
York N B 






Middlesex, S R... 
Huron, S R 






Yeovil 
Yoho 


Winchester Springs 


Miwkok- & P S d. 
Essex. \ R 
\orMk N R 
Cumberland... N 
Victoria N B 
Essex. X R 
Purlufnn N R 


*Trk 


Haldimand 
York. E R 


Windfall 
Wind ham Centre ... 
Windhain Hill 
Winding Ledges .... 
* \Virvlsnr 


York Mills 


York Mills 


York N B 




Assiniboia Ter 
York. K R 


*r<>rkville 




Queen s NB 
Peterboro , W R.. 
Oxford. N R 
Addington 
Ontario, N R 


Young s Point 


Win tsar Hunts. N S 


Youngsville 
Zealand 


Wiae Harbour 
Winfield 


Gnysboro N S 
Wellington, C R... 

\T,\r.tflr D 


Geo. B. Irwin 
Win. Hill 
W. H Swayze 
i eti-r Fisher 
J. Wingle 
Win. Ilirgrave 






Halton 


Zion 


Durham, E R.... 


tWin/ifi/im. TTnrmi. R R ._ O 


Ziska 


Simcoe. E it 
Huron, S R 




Renfrew, S R . . 
Selkirk M 


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derSmissen Corresimndinu Secretary; J. Bain, jun.. Recording do. G. E. Shaw, B.A., Curator. Council: Rev. Dr. 
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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 OP BRITISH NORTH AMERICA. 

The Most Rev. John Medley, D.D., 1845, Bishop of Fredericton, Metropolitan. 

Right Rev.Hibhert Binney, D.D 1851 Nova Scotia. Right Rev. T. B Fuller, D.D.._D.C.L. 1875 Niagara. 

" G. Hills, D.D 1859 Columbia. 

" J. Travers Lewis, D.D. ... 1862 Ontario. 

J. W. Williams. D.D 1863 Quebec. 

" Robert Machray. D.D 1865 Rupert s Land 

" John Horden, D.D 1872 Moosonee. 

" J. McLean, D.D., D.C.L... 1874 Saskatchewan. 

" Wm.C. Bompas, D.D , 1874 Athabasca. 

Hon. and Right Rev. Adalbert Anson, D.D. 



Llewelyn Jones D.D 1878 Newfoundl d. 

Wm.li. Bond,Z).D.,ZI,.Z>. 1879 Montreal. 
Arthur Sweatman, D.D... 1879 Toronto. 

A. W. >illitoe D.D 1879 N.Westminst r 

W. Ridley. D.D 1879 Caledonia. 

E.Sullivan. D.D 182 Algoma. 

M. S. Baldwin, D.D 1883 Huron. 

1884, Assiniboia. 



Right Rev. H. T. Kingdon, D.D., Coadjutor 1S81, Fredericton. 



DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 

Right Rev. W. B. Bond D D., LL.D., 
Lord Bishop (1879). 

Very Rev. J. Carmichael, M.A., Dean. 

Ven. W.T. Leach. D.C L.LL D.. Archd. 

Ven. R. Lonsdell, M.A., Archd. 

Ven. D. Lindsay, M.A., Archd. 

Ven. LfWi- Evans, M.A , Archd. 

Rev. W Anderson, 

Rev. E. DuVernet, M.A. 

Rev. J. Ellegood, M.A. 

Rev. W. Henderson, M.A 

Rev. R. W. No man, D.C.L. 

Rev. J. B. Davidson, M.A. 

Rev. F. Robinson, M.A. 

Rev. J. Empson, M.A. 

Rev. S. Belcher, 

Rev. W. L. Hills, B.D. j 
ti. Leach, D.C.L., ~\ 

->., I 

y.Dean Carmichael, { 



Hon. 

Canons. 



Ven. Archd. Evans, M.A., Doin. Chap. 
Rev. Canon Empson, M.A.. Sf.c. Synod 

Abbott, 0. P Boscubel 

Acton, R Portagedu Fort 

Allan, J St. Vincent de Paul 

Allen, A. A., M.A Cl irenceville 

Allen, F. A.. B.A Phillpsburg 

Anderson, W., (Rector) Sorel 

Ball, J Mille Isles 

Bancroft, C., jr., M.A Knowlton 

Bareham. A Franklin 

Baylis, J. G., B.D Montreal 

Belcher. S. ( Hector) . Point St. Charles 
Borthwick.J.D.(S.JtfUr2/ s) Hochelaga 

Boulaen. C. J., MA Sorel 

Boyd. Chas.. B.A Lakefield 

Bridge, II. D., (Rector). . ..Cowansville 

Brown, W. R Manscnville 

Brown, R. W., M.A Lachute 

Oarmicbael,J.,jtf.^.(5t.(?w Montreal 

Catt-trmole. J Papin-auville 

Chambers, W. P., B.A Aylwin 

Clayton. F. H Bolt.on 

Constantino, I., M.A. Stanbridge East 

Cunningham, T. K.,B.A \ylmer 

Dart, W. J.. M.A Laprairie 

Davidson, J.B.,J/.^4.( Rec.) Frelighsb g 

DeGruchy, P Milton 

Dixon, J. H. (St. Jitde s) Montreal 

DuVernet, E.. M.A Cdambly 

DuVernet. F. H., MA Montreal 

Ellegood, 3.,M.A.(St.James). Montreal 

Empson, 3., M A Montreal 

Evans, H. J , B.A Montreal 

Evans, L., M.A. (St.S.) Montreal 

Everett, Thos Bristol 

French, A.. B.A ...Montreal 

Fuller, H. S... North Wakefield 

Pulton, i.,M. A Maritana 

Garlanl, J. W South Stutceley 

Garrett, John C Labile 

Given, A. B West Shefford 

Gomery, H Onslow 

Greer. A.. J Thome 

Hackenley, H Buckingham 

Haslam, T. A Huntingdon 



Henderson, W., M.A. ..... .Montreal 

Jones, W Montreal 

Ker, John (Rector) Dunham 

Leach. D.C.L.. LL.D (V.Ar.) Montreal 

Liriviere, D . B A Montreal 

Lariviere, V.. M.A S<>rel 

Lewis, B. P., B.A Christieville 

Lindsay, D, M.A. ( Ven. Ar ) Waterloo 
Lindsay, R.,M.A. (St. r/iomas)Moutreal 

Lindsay, J Como 

Lockhart. A. D Ormstown 

Longhurst, W. B Granby 

Lonsdell, li.M.A.,(V. Ar.) St.Andrew s 

Lummis, C Glen Sutton 

Macfarlane, R. L Eardley 

Mat-bin, C. J., (Mus. B.) Montreal 

Merrick, J Adanisville 

Mills, W. L.,B.D.(R. Trin ). Montreal 
Montgomery, H. (R red) Philipsburg 

Moore, S Mascouche 

Mussen, T. W ., M.A. (R. U.). Farnham 
Naylor. W. FI., B.A. (R.D.). Clarendon 

Newnhain. J. A. M.A Montreal 

Norman, R. W., D.C L Montreal 

Norton, J. G, M.A Montreal 

Nye, H. W , M.A. (Rector) Bedford 

Plaisted, H , MA Ri\er Desert 

Pyke, J Hudson 

Renaud. J. F. (Rectjr)St. John s, Que 

Robinson. F., M.A Abbotsford 

Robinson, W Iron Hill 

Rogers, G., B A. (Rec.,St.L.). Mont real 

Rogers. Isaac Kildare 

Rollit, John Qrenville 

Roy, E., B.A Sabrevois 

Roy, J Sabrevois 

Roy. J. J., B.A St. Hyaciuthe 

Scully. John J New Glasgow 

Smith, J.,(Kectnr) Sutton 

Smith. F. R (Rector) Hull 

Stone, J.8., B D (St. M) Montreal 

Sutron, E.U Edwardstown 

Trotman. Cbas North .>heff >rd 

Tucker,L. X.,B.A.... Montreal 

Weaver. W . ...Hemmiru ford 

Webber. F. W., B.A Lonuiu-uil 

Windsor, W... Lachiue 

Wood.K.,M.A. (SrMm sCh.) Montreal 

Wright, W., M.D Montreal 

Touiig, T. A., M.A Coteau du Lac 

DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 

Right ROT. J. W. Williams, D.D., 

Lord gw/iryp(1863). 
Rev. Prof. Roe, D.D. ) Bishop s 
Rev. C. Hamilton. M.A. j Chaplains. 
Allnatt, F. J. B., B D . Drummondville 

Balfiur. A. . Retired) Montreal 

liilt onr, A. J , M.A Melbourne 

Ball. T. L, M A Windsor 

Bernard. S.. li.A Bury 

BUylock, Thomas, B.A ..New Carlisle 

Boyle, F. M.A East Frampton 

Brown, C. D., B A Shigaftake 

Barrage. H., M A. ( Retired)... (latlf\ 

.Iston. R , (M.A.) Portneuf 

Chapman, T.. MA Dudswell 

Debbage,J. B West Frampton 

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Foster. John, M.A Coaticoke 

Fothergill.M.(7?./) St.P.,S.C.S. rf-5.)Q.. 
Hamilton. C., M.A. (St. Matt.) Quebec 

Harding. G. T.. M.A Durham 

Hepburn. J.. M.A Magog 

Hrwtou. 11.. B.A New Ireland 

Flounman. G. V.. iJf.^4.(Catfi.).. Quebec 

Jenkins, J. H.. M.A Three Rivers 

Judge, Arthur. M.A Cookshire 

Kemp, John, H.D Leeds 

Ker, Robert Holy 2 mfy)QuebeC 

Ker. M., B.D: (Retired) Kiagara 

King, E. A.W. MA Lt-vis 

King, W. (R tired) St. Sylvester 

Lobley,J.A..D.C.i.(.P.B.CW.)Lennoxv. 
Lyster,W., B.A.(Rur. Dean) Cape Cove 

Parker, G. H Compton 

Parkin E. C Nicolet 

Petry, II.J..MA. (Retired) Quebec 

Read, P., M.A.(Bps. Cutl.) ....Lennoxv. 

Richardson, T. (St. Paul s) Quebec 

Richmond. J. P Gaspe Basin 

Roe, LI., D.D.(Bps. CoW.).Lennoxrille 

Roe. P Inverness 

Riopel S., M.D Valcartier 

ucarth, A C., M.A Lennoxville 

Stuart. H. C , M.A Bourg Louis 

Smith, F. A New Liverpool 

Smith. Buxton, MA Sherbrooke 

S\kes, J. S., Kingsey 

Stevens A . M.A Hatley 

T mbs.R C..M..V.Rivi6reduLoupew 6<n 

Thompson, I Danville 

Thorneloe. G., M.A Staustead 

Vial, W S Montmorency 

Von Iffland.A.A.. MA. (St.M) Quebec 
Walters. }. K (Pt.SI. Peter). ..Malbaie 

Washer, C. R Dixville, Barford 

Webster, V.W.,B.A. 

Wurtele. L. C., M.A Acton 

DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 
Rt. Rev. A. Sweatman. D.D , D.C.L., 

Lord ;/op(1879). 
Ven. S. J. B >ddy, M.A., Archd. York. 
Ven. J. Wilson, M A., Archd. Pe erborcf 
Rev. H. Seaddine, D.D. 
Rev. A. J. Broughall.^f./t 
Rev. W. Stennett, M.A. 
Rev W. Stennett, M.A.. Exam. Chap. 
Rev. Henry Brent. MA. "I 
Key. H Scadding. D D. [ Canont. 
Rev. Walter Stennett. M.A. j 
Rev. F. A O Mt-ara, LL. D.I 
Rev. J P Dumoulin. M.A. 
Rev. William Ritchie, M.A. 
Rev. H. Bath Osier, 
Rev. E Morgan, 

F Tremayne, MA. 

H. B Osier. 

John Fletcher, M.A. 

A. Stew rt, M A. 

T W. Allen, M.A. 

W.T Stnithett, D.D. 

C. C. Johnson, 

W. R Forsrer, 

J. W. R. Beck, M.A., J 



Rev 
Rev. 
Rev 
Rev 
Rev. 
Rev 
Rev 
Rev. 
Rev. 



Hon. 
Canont. 



Rural 
Deant. 



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CLEKGY. 



[1885. 



Allen, T. W., M.A. Rector... Millbrooh 
Al en, W.C., B.A ............. Millbrook 

Anderson, G. A., M.A., Penetan shtne 
Baker, J. S ...................... Port Hope 

Baldwin, Arthur H.,M.A ...... Toronto 

Baldwin, H. G., B.A ............. Toronto 

Ball, Thomas ................... Bond Head 

Ballard. J. M., B.A .............. Toronto 

BateB, W. W., B.A ............. Thornhill 

Beck, J. W. R., M. .4 ......... Peterboro 

Bell. C. R (ifus. Bac.)... Roach s Point 
Bethune, C.J.S.,M.A., D.C.L.. Ft. Hope 
Boddy, S. J.,H.A. (Arch.Tork).foTonto 



Boys, Alg. (Prof. T. 0.) ......... Toronto 

Bradshaw, W. C ....... ......... Peterboro 

Brent, Henry, M.A.(Rector)N<iv;ca.at\e 
Briggs, Solomon, M.A .......... Stayner 

Broughall, A.J., M.A. (St.Ste.) Toronto 
Bryan, Bernard ................ Rradford 

Surges, H. F ...................... Bethauy 

Burt, F .............................. Brooklin 

Campbell, W. F .................. Toronto 

Carry, J.. D.D ....... . .......... Port Perry 

Cayley, J. D., M.A ................ Toronto 

Chafee. A. B , B.A. ......... Garden Hill 

Clark, W., M.A.( Prof. Trin. CW).Torouto 
Clarke, W. H.,B.A ................ Bolton 

Olementi, Vincent, B.A ...... Paterboro 

Cooper. H. D.,B.A ............. Lloydtown 

Cooper, J. E ....................... Cambray 

Cooper, W. E., M.A .......... Port Hope 

Creighton, J., B.D .......... Cartwright 

Daniel, Edwin, B.A .......... Craighurst 

Darling, Charles, B A ........... Toronto 

Darling. W. S., B.A. (on leave), Norway 
Daviddi>u, J., M.A ............... Oxbridge 

Davies.H. W., D.D ................ Toronto 

DesBarres, TO., M.A ............ Toronto 

DuMoulin, J. P., M .4.(Oartr>w).Toronto 
Farncomb, John, B.A .......... Lakefield 

Farucomb, Win., B.A ....... Bobc.tygeon 

Fidler, A. J., B.A .................. Whitby 

Fletcher, Alfred. B A ............ Alliston 

Fletcher, John, M.A .......... Unionville 

Fletcher, Joseph, B.A ....... Cookstown 

Ford, Ogden P., B.A ------- Woodbridge 

Forster, \V. R. (Rural Dan)Creemore 
French, W. H .................. Coldwater 

Gibson. John, B.A ............. Norwood 

Grant, Wm., M.A ............. Tullamore 

Greene, R. W. E., L.T. ......... Toronto 

Groves, F. J. S ...................... Toronto 

Hague, Dyson, M.A ............. Toronto 

H.jnua, J. A ................... Streetsvl le 

Harding, Philip ..................... Apelcy 

Harper, Hdward J ................ Grafton 

Harris, Jas H ............ Prfcu s Corners 

Harris, R. H.. B.A ............... Brighton 

Harrison. Richard, M.A ......... Toronto 

Hart, Anthony ................ Markhain 

Heaton, H ..................... Woodbridge 

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 Dare)Braiupton 
Jones, John ........................ Minden 

Jones, S. Weston .................. Lindsay 

Jones,W., M.A. ( Prof. T. C.)... Toronto 
Jones, Septimus, M.A ............ Toronto 

Jupp. Win ......................... Midland 

Kingston, Geo., M A ............ Toronto 

Kirkby, L. H ................ Colliugwood 

Lampman, A., B.A ............. Toronto 

Langtry, John, M.A ............. Toronto 

Ledingham, G ................ Haliburton 

Lewis, J. P ......................... Toronto 

Logan, Wm., M.A ....... Fenelon Falls 

Love, George ................... Beaverton 

McCleary, John .................. Hastings 

McCleary, J. W ............ Norwood 

McCollum, J. H., M.A...Sentou Village 
Macnab, Alex., D.D ...... Bowmanville 

Marsh, H. .............. Rosemont 

Middleton, I., B.A ................ Oshawa 

Morgan, E. (Rector) ............... Barrie 



Morley, George B , Cardwell 

Murphy, E. W.. B.A Painswick 

Mussen, E. H., B.A Aurora 

Nattress, George, L.T. Toronto 

Nesbitt, G., M.A Geonriua 

Nichol. R. T., B A Port Hope 

Osier, H. Bath (Canon) York Mills 

O Meara, F. A., LL.D. (Rec.) Port Hope 

Owen, H. B., F.R.SL West Hill 

Paterson, T, W., M.A Deer Park 

Pearson, J. (Holy Trin.) Toronto 

Radcliffe. R. S Penetauguisheue 

Ritchie, Wm., M.A Georgina 

Robinson, H. W Uherley 

Rooney, Robt. A. Whitfleld 

Roy, James, LL.D Cobourg 

Kuttan, C Norway 

Sanson, Alex Toronto 

Scadding. Henry, D.D Toronto 

8chneider,G.AS..JS..4.(F/-.r.C)T ronto 

Sheraton, .fames P., D.D Toronto 

Shortt, C. Harper, B.A. ..Woodbridge 

Sills, C. E.. B.A Ivy 

Simpson, James, M.A Port Hope 

Smithett, W. T., D.D Omemee 

boftley, Henry Norland 

Soward, Edward Kinmount 

Spragge, Albert W., B.A.. Newmarket 

Squire, F. W Toronto 

Starr, R. H , B.D Toronto 

Stennett, Walter, MA. (Rec.) Colours: 

Stewart, A., M.A Orillia 

Swallow, W. F Caledon, East 

Sweeney, J. F., B.A Toronto 

Taylor, George I., M.A Toronto 

Thompson, J. A Cheddar 

Thomson, C. E., M.A Weston 

Tocque, P. (Retired) Toronto 

Tremayne, F.. M.A Mimico 

Vicars. John, A.B Cannington 

Vicars, Johnstone, M.D. Toronto 

Walker, Tuaddeus, B.A Credit 

Watt. A. C Mono Mills 

White. Jos. Fras., B.A .... Shanty Bay 

Whitcombe, C E Toronto 

Westney, W. S, B.A Pickering 

Williams, A., M.A Toronto 

Wilson, John, M.A Grafton 

Wrong, Geo. M., M.A Toronto 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO. 

at. Rev. J.Travers Lewis, D.D., LL.D., 

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 
ol Kingston. 

Rev. W. Bleasdell, D.C.L. 

Rev. J. A Mulock, 

Kev. G. W. White, B.A } Canons. 

Rev. C. B. Pettit, M.A. 

Rev. F. R. Tane, 

Rev. W. Bleasdell, D.C.L ) Bishop s 

Ven. Archd. Jooes,LLD. j Chaplains. 

Rural Deans. 
Rev. F. W. Kirkpatrick, M.A., Fron- 

tenac. 
Rev. R. Lewis, M. A., Grenville and 

Dundas. 
Rev. E. H. M. Baker, Hastings and 

Prince Elward. 

Rev. G. W. G. Grout, M.A., Leeds. 
Ven. Archd. B. Jones, LL.D., Lennox 

and Aldington. 

Rev. J. J Bogert, M.A., Carleton. 
Rev. A C. Nesbitt, Lanark & Renfrew 
Rev. Canon Pettit, M.A., Stormont. 

Priests. 

Auston, H.. B A Gananoque 

Baker, E. H. M., (R. Dean) Deseronto 

Bailey, T., B A Cardinal 

Beaven, E. W., M.A. (Sup.). .Ottawa 
Bleasdell, W.,D.C.L. (R. Can.) Trenton 

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Bliss, C. V. Forster M*ttawa 

Bogert, D. F., B.A Belleville 

Bogert. J. J., M.A. (R. Dean).. Ottawa 

Bousfleld, T Kingston 

Burke. J. W., B.A. (Rector) . Belleville 

Carey, W. B., M A Kingston 

Christie, I. J Bearbrook 

Codd, F - Lyndhurst 

Coleman, A. H., B. A.. North Augusta 

Cooke, A. W. (Curate) Kingston 

Crawford, E. P., MA Brockville 

Daw, Samuel Beachburg 

Dobbs, F. W Portsmouth 

ISchlin, A. F Arnprior 

Elliott, A., B.A Camden East 

Elliott, J Vankleek Hill 

Emery, C. P. (Rector) Kemptville 

Farrer, H Parham 

Fleming, Vf.,M.A.(Rec.) South March 
Forneri,R.S.,.B.X (^ec.)Adolphust wn 

Forsythe, J. W., M.A Pembroke 

Foster, J. W Selby 

Foster, S., M.A. (Sup.) Picton 

Fraser, J. F., B.A Metcalfe 

Gm-rett.T.. B A Ottawa 

Godden, T., B.A Stirling 

Godfrey, J., B.A Kingston 

Grout, Q.W.G.,M.A. (Rec.) (R.D ).Lyn 

Gwilym, D. V Balderson 

Hiuington,E.A.W.,fl.^4 N.Edinburgh 

Harding, R. (Retired) Napanee 

Harris, C. M Marmora 

Harris, J. (Sap.) Kemptville 

Harvey, R. J Raukin 

Houston, R. L. M., S.^...Merrickvi)le 
Jarvia, A, B.A. (Rector) Carleton Place 
Jenimett, G., M.A. (Rector). Richmond 

Jones, A. C Archville 

Jones, K. L.. B.D Barriefleld 

Jones, R. N., B.A Farmersville 

Jones, T. B.. LL.D. (Arch.)... Napanee 

Kiluer, Chas. G Ompah 

Kirkpatrick, F. W,. M.A. ... Kingston 
Lauder, ,). S., D.C.L. (Arch.). ..Ottawa 

Lee. Lawrence C Billings Bridge 

Lewin, W., B.A Prescott 

Lewis. R., M.A. (Rec.) (R.D )Maitland 

Loucks, E. (.Sector) Picton 

Low, G. J Brockville 

Lyster. J., LL.D. (Rec. Dean) Kingston 

Mackay, A. W Combermere 

McVlorine, S., M.A Pakenham 

Mercer, W. D., B.A Franktown 

Metzler, G., B.A Crysler 

Mills. R. D., M A Eganville 

Morris. J. A., M.A Murray 

Muckleston, W. J., M.A Ottawa 

Mulock, J. A. (Canon) Ottawa 

Nesbitt, A C. (R.Dean). Smith s Falls 

Nimmo. J. H.. B.A Birmingham 

O Loughlin, A. J North Go - er 

Osborne. J Franvilie 

Patton, H. B., B.A Bell s Corners 

Pettit. C. B., Jf.^l.(ec)(Chn).Cornwall 

Phillips. A Hawkesbury 

Pick, Edward Fenagh Vale 

Plees, H. E., B.A Renfrew 

Pollard. H Ottawa 

Poole, M. G Sydenbam 

Poole, S. G Woodlands 

Porter. T. G Shannonville 

Prime, F Moulinette 

Radcliffo, C. E. S., D.C.L Moberly 

Read, W. A Oxford Mills 

Roberts. W Amherst Island 

Seammell, B Bronson 

Serson, J. R., B.A Tamwi-rth 

Sibbald, E. W Belleville 

Simpson, J. H. (Sup.) Ottawa 

Spencer, A. (Clerical Sec.).... Kingston 

Stanton, T., B A Deseronto 

Stephonsoa, F. L., B.A Almonte 

Stephenson, R. L., M.A. (Rector) Perth 

Tane, F. R. (Rector, Canon) Bath 

Tighe. S., B.A Lansdowne 

Weatherdon, J, B.A, Fitzroy Harbour 
White, G. W., B.A. (Cfcnon)...Iroquois 



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Worrell, C. L., B.A Brochville 

Wright, W Newboro 

Deacons. 

*Bate,T Griffith 

Baylee, C. O Dell South Mountain 

Bennett, Samuel Thomasburg 

Brown, Algernon, T., B A... Waupoos 

Fidler, A. J., BA Lombardy 

Parker. H. G. (Ouratt, Trenton 

Pocock. C. A. B , R.N. Brockville 

Sccudamore, C Carp 

* Ordained under Canon XVIII.. 
Provincial Synod. 

DIOCESE OF HURON. 

Eight Rev. M. S. Baldwin, D.D., Lord 

Bishop (1883). 

Very Rev. M. Boomer, LL.D., Dean. 
Ven. E. L. E\woo&,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.Hi neks, 

Rev. G. M. Innes. M.A. 

Rev. A. H. R. Mulholland 

Rev. E. E. Newman, 

Rev. G. J. R Salter, M.A. 

Ry. J. W. P. Smith. 

Rev. A. Townley, D.D. 

Ven. E. L. Elwood, A.M., Chaplain. 

Rev. Canon Hill, M.A., Exam. Chap. 
Rev. J. B. Richardson, M.A., Exam, 

Chap. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Chaplain. 
Rev. John Gemley, Chaplain. 

Rural Deans. 

Rev. G. C. Mackenzie, Brant. 
Kev. R. S. Cooper, B.D.. Bruce. 
Rev. A. S. Falls, A.B., Essex. 
Rev. G.G. Ballard, B.A., Elgin. 
Rev. George Keys, Grey. 
Rev. Jeffrey Hill, M.A., Huron. 
Rev. W. Davis, Kent. 
Rev. A. Jamieson. Lambton. 
(Vacant) North Middlesex. 
Rev. Canon Smith, South Middlesex. 
Rev. W. B Evans, B.A.. Norfolk. 
Rev. K. M. Bland, Oxford. 
Rev. E. Patterson, M.A., Perth. 
Rev. Canon Ilincks, Waterloo. 

Anthony, A Tuscarora 

Armstrong, D., D D Moortown 

Aemstrong, J. W Tuscarora 

Asbury, S. R.. B.A Durham 

Ash ton, .las Princeton 

Ball, J. A Delhi 

Ball, C. W Thorndale 

Ballarl,(> <T ./t..B(.R.Z>)(.R.)St.Thomas 

Banwell. H Port Stanley 

Barefoot. i Munceytown 

Batstone, C. J Alvinston 

Beaumont. J W., D.D Berlin 

Bland, K. . (R.D.) Ingerooll 

Boomfit. M., LL.D. (Dean) London 

Brown. A., B.A 

Brown, F. D. (On leave) 

Campbell, T. A Southampton 

Carrie, James Dungannon 

CHS well. D. J Kanyeageh 

Chance, James Tyrconnell 

Channer, C. H. I., M.A Meaford 

Chase, H. P. (Sup.) 

Cluff, W. T Walkerville 

Cooper, R. Chatham 

Cooper. R. S , B D. (.R.Z).)...Invermay 

Craig, W. (Rector) Clinton 

Curran, J. P. (Rector) Adelaide 

Daunt, W., M.A Aylmer 

Davis, E., M.A. (Rector) London 

Davis, T. R., M.A. (Rector) Sarni* 

Davis, W. (R.D.) Thamesville 



Deacon, D., M.A .......... ...... Stratford 

DeLom. P. B ...................... Mitchell 

Dillon. M. M ................... Port Dover 

Dixon. R. F ....................... Bothwell ! 

Downie, J .......................... Morpeth \ 

Edelstein, S ..................... Fairmount 

Edmonds, J ....................... Seaforth 

Ellerby, T. S. (Sup.) ............. Toronto 



English, E. N., M.A ............. London 

Evans.W. B.,B.A .(R.D) (R.) .... Simcoe 

Falls, A. S., A.B.(Rector) Amherstburg 
Fisher, A ........................ Tilsonburg 

Fletcher, R. (R.D.) ............. Dresden 

Gemley, J. (.Rector) ................ Simcoe 

Graham, W. A., B.A ............ Millbank 

Guillemont, C. B., B.A .......... London 

Gunn, J. M ..................... Kerrwood 

Hale, John .......................... Paisley 

Hamilton, E. B .................. Eastwood 

Harding, F ................... Hayesville 

Harris, S. (Sup.) .................. Simcoe 

Hastings, A. A. W .......... Wood-lock 

Henderson, W ...................... Forest 

Hill, A. C., M.A. (Canon)... Strathroy 
Hill, J., M.A. (R D.) ........ Listowel 

Hill, J. J., M.A. ^Rector)... Woodstock 
Hill, Wm. T., B.A .......... Kincardine 

Hincks, J. P. (Canon) (R.D.) ____ Gait 

Hind, D. H., B.A ........... Burford 

Hinde, W. (Rector) ............. Petrolea 

Holmes. J ......................... Delaware 

Hutchinson. E .............. Lion s Head 

Hyland. P. E. (Rector) ......... Watford 

lDDeB,Q.}l.,M.A.(Canon)(Rec.) London 
Jacobs, J ............................... Sarnia 

Jamieson,A..(fi.Z>.) ..... Walpole Inland 

Johnson, Wm .................. Ailsa Craig 

Johnstone, R. W .............. Sandwich 

Jonas, E. Steuart (On leave) 

Jones, P. Owen .................. Goderich 

Kerr, F. W.. MA .................. London 

Keys, G., (Rural Dean)... ChatsWorth 
Mackenzie,G.C .(R.D.) (.Rec.) Brantford 
Magahy. T. W., (Rector. .......... Lucan 

Marsh J.W.,M.A.(Arch.)(Rec )London 
Martin, N. H ..................... Chathnin 

Matthew, C. R., M.A ............ Goderich 

Miles, Chas ........................ Belmont 

Miller. A. E. (Sup.) ............. Hamilton 

Moore, H G ..................... Shelburne 

Moorhouse, J H ................... Gorrie 

Mulholland, A..H.R.(C.,R.)Ovreu Sound 
Murray, E. W. (Sup.) ......... Dresden 

McCosh, R ........................ Wiogham 

Nelles. A.i(Archdeacon) ...... Brantford 

Newell, T. R .................. Port Dovf r 

Newman, E. E. (Sup) ........... London 

O Connell. T., B.D ................ London 

Parke, J. F ........................... Blythe 

Patterson. E.,Jlf.^.(7e.D.) (R )Stratford 
Kacey, G. W .................. South Zorra 

Rally, W. B. (Sup) ............ Ridgetown 

Ramsay, W. H., A.M. ......... Windsor 

Richardson, J. B., M.A. (Rec.) London 
Robert8,R.J.,B.^.(5up.) Br. Columbia 
Robinson, E. J ...................... Exeter 

Rogers.R. V., M.A. (on leave) Kingston 
Ryan, F ............................ Brussels 

Sage, G. B., B.A ................... London 

Salter.G.T. R.. M.A.(Sup.). Brantford 
Sanders. T. B. (Sup.) ............. Aylmer 



Schultr, J. D.D., PA..D (Sujj) St.Thomas 
Seaborn, W. Rolfe .......... Thamesford 

Scott, W. E ......................... Norwich 

Seaborn, W. M ............. London Ea*t 

Shore, Murton W ............ Ridgetown 

Shortt, W. (Rector) .......... Walkerton 

Smith, J. W. P., Canon(R.D.) London 
Smith, S. L ..................... St Thomas 

Smith, Arthur ................ Leamington 

Softley. E., B.D (On leave) 

Steele. H. D ...................... Blenheim 

Strong, James L ............... ...... Paris 

Tavlor, G. B ..................... .Bayfleld 

Taylor, W. J ................... Wardsville 

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Thomas, H. A Wallaceburg 

Tibbetts, W. M, M.D. (Sup ).... Simcoe 
Townley, A.. D.D. (Canon, Sup. )Paris 

Turnbull, M Kirkton 

Uniacke, R. J., B.A Chesley 

Ward. .1 Markdale 

Watson, Thomas Hanover 

Wilson, R Birr 

Wood, W. (Retired) Port Rowan 

Wright, J. T St. Mary s 

Wye, G. W Port Bnrwell 

Wj Hie, 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. McMurray, D.D., D.&L., 
Archdeacon. 

Ven. Alex. Dixon, B.A., Archdeacon. 

Rev. T. B. Read, D.D. 

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: 

Ven. Alex. Dixon, B.A., Bishop s Chap. 

Ardill, James Fort Erie 

Arnold, Robert,^!. B. (Rector) Fort Erie 
Bartlett,T.H.M.,.4^.(.R)Druinmondv. 

Bt-van, Wm Lowville 

Belt. A. J , B A Hillsburgh 

Belt, W., M.A., R.D Burlington 

Bonny, A Oakville 

Booth, 0. J St. Catharines 

Boultbee, A Cayuga 

Bull, G. A.,M.A.,RD Hamilton 

Bull, Geo. B Erin 

Carmichael, H., M.A Hamilton 

Caswill, R. C. M.A Georgetown 

Clark, W. R., B.A Ancaster 

Cordner. Robert Port Colborne 

Curran. W. B., M.A Hamilton 

Des Brisay, L Hamilton 

Dickinson, T St. Catharines 

Dixon. Alex., B.A. (.Rector).. ..Guelph 

FennelU Joseph St. Catharines 

Fessenden, E. J., B.A (Rec.) Chippawa 

Forneret, Geo., B.A Duudas 

Fletcher, John H Port Dalhousle 

Francis, John Waterdown 

Gardiner, R Welland 

Geddt,s, J. G.. D.C.L. (Re",.) Hamilton 

Geoghegan, T Bullock s Corners 

Grahame. W. E. (Rec.) Thorold 

Gribble, John (Rector) Port Dalhousle 
Henderson, Alex., B.A... Orangeville 
Holland, H.,.B.;t. (.Rec.) St.Catharines 
Houston, Stewart, M.A. Niagara Falls 

Howitt, F. E Stoney Creek 

Ingles, C.L., M.A. (.Rec.) Drummondv 

Irving, E. A Guelph 

James. C. J., B.A Hamilton 

Jones, P O., M.D St. Catharine* 

Johnston, Gabriel Jarvis 

Lee, C. R., M.A Thorold 

Locke, R. S., M.A Norval 

McMurray, W., D.D., D.C.L... Niagara 
Maccarther. J. G. (Retired) ....Hornby 

Mackenzie, W. J Milton 

MacLab, A. W St. Catharines 

Massey, W.. M.A Hamilton 

Hellish, H. F Caledonia 

Mockridge. C. H., D D Hamilton 

Moore, R. J., B.A St. Catharines 

Morton, J Fergus 

Motherwell, Thos. , B.A Lowville 

Moulsdale, T. H. P Mount Foiert 

Osier. F. L., M.A. (Rector) Dundas 

Pigott, W. J Acton 

Piper, F. Fonthill 

Read, Thomas B., D.D.(Rec.) Grimsby 
Smith, Thomas Tapley town 



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[1885. 



Seaman, J Nanticoke 

Smith, P. W Dunnville 

Spencer, P. L , R.D Elora 

Sutherland, R. G., M.A Hamilton 

Taylor, E. A Trafalgar 

Webb, R. T. W Luther 

Westmacott. A. Q. E Moorefieid 

Worrell, J. B., M.A Oakville 

MISSIONARY DIOCESE OF 
ALQOMA. 

Right Rev. Edward Sullivan, D.D. 
(l.C.D.) S.T.D., D.C.L., Bishop, (1882.) 

Rev. Ed. F. Wilson, Bish< p s Commis. 
A. H. Campbell, Esq., Treas. Diocese. 
Beer. H.... Hilton, St. Joseph s Island 

Berry, F. C Bruce Mines 

Chowne, A. W. H Rosseau 

Cole,J. S.. B.A Manitowauing 

Cooke, Geo. B., AX...Sault Ste Marie 

Crompton, Wm Aspdin 

Frost, F Sheguiandah 

Gallagher, J Garden River 

Greeson, John Uffington 

Llwyd, Thomas Hnntsville 

Msgnan, W. B Burke s Falls 

McMorine, J. K., M. A.P. Arthur s L g 

Mosley, R Parry Sound 

Osborne, A Gravenhurst 

Plante. R. W Port Sydney 

Renison, R Nepigon 

Stubbs, E. S Bracebiidge 

Sweet, A. S. Ilfracombe 

Tooke. W. M., B A Gore Bay, Manit n 
Wilson, E. F... Shingwauk Home 



Roman Catholic Church* 

ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO. 
Most Rev. J. J. I/3 nch, D D., Archb p 
Right Rev. T. O Mahoney, Aux. B p. 

Very Rev. F. P. Rooney, Vicar General, 

St. Mary s, Tnronto. 
Very Rev. P. Mulligan, Dean St. Cath. 
Very Rev. R.A. O Connor, Df.an Barrie 
Very Rev. J. M. Laurent, V. G., Rector, 

St. Michael s Cathedra)., Torimto. 
Very Rev. 0. Vincent, V.G., St. Basil s, 

Toronto. . 

Allaiue. J Uxbrid^fi 

Burgin, W. (St. Mary s) Toronto 

Brennau. L. (St. Hasii s) Toronto 

Browne. G.(O.C. O.) Clifton 

Beauwng, J Duffiu s Creek 

Campbell, K. A Oiillia 

Cassidy. Ed Dixie 

Challandard. I . (SI. Basil s). ..Toronto 
Cherrier, L. E. (St. Basil s) ... Toronto 

Davis M Brechin 

Duffy, M Dixie 

Egan. J. J Tliornhill 

Jinan, A. Merrittou 

Frachon. F. X. (St. Basil s) ...Toronto 

Gallagher, R. F Caldwell 

Gavan, P. J. (St. Mary s) Toronto 

Gearin, M Flos 

Gibney, H Alliston 

Gibrat, L Ban-it- 

Grimme, E. (St. Patrick s) Toronto. 

Guirianc, J. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

Hand. J b. (St. Mich. Oath.), Tor.nto 

Harold, P. J Niagara 

Harris, W. R Newmarket 

Heimann A., O. C. O..... ( lit tnn 

Jeffcott, M (Chaplain) Uouse of Prov. 

Kean, P Gribhin I .O 

Kenny, J. (St.- Mich. Cath.). ...Toronto 

Kiernan, E Stayner 

Kilcullen, J Port Colborne 

Krine, S (St. Patrick s) Toronto 

Labourenu, L Penetanguisliene 

Lawlor. K. B Toronto 

Lynett. J Midland 

McBrady, R. (St. Basil s) Toronto 

McBride, J. F Penetanguishene 



McCabe, P... Caldwrll 

McCann. J. ,J. (P.P.) Brockton 

MoOoll, P. J. Whitby 

McKntee, J. J Oshawa 

McGinley,J Schnmbfru 

McInerney,A.J.(5<.Pa<rtc/i- s) Toronto 

McMahon, P Smithville 

McSpirit, F Colrau 

Michel. J LafiW * 

Miller, F. X. (St Patrick s)... .Tot .ito 
Morris, D. (St. Mich. Oith.).... Toronto 

Morris, T. J Brockton 

Moyna, M. (St Paul s) Toronto 

Mnlcahy, M. J.(St. Hasil s) ... Toronto 

Murray, E. (St. Basil s} Toronto 

O Hagarty, C J St. Jo) n s Grove 

O Malley, (O.C.C.) Clifton 

O Reilly, M Leslieville 

Power, Thomas St. Oatliatims 

Rey. P Upteryrove 

Smits, (O. C. C.) Clifton 

Rohleder, F. F Vrnomanton 

Shanaban, T. M St. Catharines 

Skelly, John Hs 

Sheahan. 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. C) Clifton 

Whitney, P. (St. Mich. Cath.) Toronto 

DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 

[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. ED.] 

DIOCESE OF HAMILTON 

Right Rev. J. J. Carbery. Bishop (elect), 
of Hamilton. 

Very Rev. E. J. Heenau, Vicar- General. 
Hamilton. 

Very Rev. T. J. Dnwling. Vicar-Gen., 
Paris. 

Very Rev. J. O Reilly, Dean, Dun das. 

Very Rev.E. Lanssier, Dean, Walker- 
ton. 

Rev. J. Keough, Chan., Hamilton. 

Rev. M. J. Clear.v. Secy.. Hamilton. 

Ranlon. M-. P., M.A .Cavnga 

B Tginan, G. R Hamilton 

lirohman, G niemnrt 

Cashen, P Piii-eville 

Corcoran. J Tceswater 

Olearv. M J. (Assistant)... H-mi ton 

Craven, J. J. (Assistant) Hamilton 

Crinnrm. J. E. ( Assistant). ..Brantt ojd 

Doherty, F., S. J Guelph 

Doherty, J P Arthur 

!)on:ih >e. P, C. S. R Owen Sound 

Dow] ing. Very Rev. T. J., V.G.... Paris 

Dumortier, K , S. J. Guelph 

Kl^ua, L Formosa 

H lfrk. T., SJ Gn-lr.h 

I Veriy. J (Assistant) Dundaf 

Forster, S New Germany 

Puncken, L, D.D., C.R Berlin 

Funrken, E., C.R St. Aj*tba 

Gelil, J .... St. Clemeni" 

Granautier. F, <\S.B Owen ->onnd 

Oranautiec, F. F., 0.8. S...0wcn Sound 

IlMlm, M Hamilton 

Kei u.h. J Hamilton 

K-llv, J ..Arthur 

Kloepfer, W., C.R Berlin 

IJHUSSHT. E Walkerton 

l.cnnon. P... B-n itf.>r.| 

Lfinon. J. (Assistant)..., Hamilton 

Ullis. W Klra 

MaddSsran. .J P Caledonia 

Majruii e. M. J Gait 

McDonild. F, S.J. Gu-lpli 

O Leary. J.S Frwlion 

O Kfillv. J .Df.an DuncU* 

O Reilly. F Macton 

Owens, P. S Ayton 



Plant. D.,S.J Guelph 

Rassaerts, F Carlsruhe 

Slavin. E. P Oakville 

Spetz, F., C. R Berlin 

wadel.-S Chepstow 

Wey, J. (Assistant) Formosa 

DIOCESE OF LONDON. 
[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. ED.] 

DIOCESE OF PETERBOROUGH. 
Right Rev. J F. Jamot. D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. P. D. Laurent, Vicar- General. 

Bundin. Alphotise Manitowaning 

Baxter. R Port Arthur 

Bliiem. Joseph ; Barrett 

Hretherton, C. S Bracebridge 

Browne. Joseph Port Hope 

Caron. H. Port Arthur 

Casey. I). J Campliellford 

Obambon, J. F Garden River 

Connelly. M. E Downeyville 

Conway. P Peterborough 

Ci^te. L Sudbury 

Du Raiiquet, D ..Manitowaning 

Hamel.P . ... Port Arthur 

Hebert, Joseph Fort William 

Keatiufr Laurence Peterborough 

Keiltv, W. J... Ennismore 

Larkin, Michael Graft on 

Laurent. P. \).,V. O Lindsay 

McOloskey, W. J Fenelou Falls 

McVay. F. P Fenelon Falls 

Murray. E H Obourg 

adf>au. P Manitowaning 

Nolii.,J B Port Artkur 

O Connell, Daniel South bouro 

Oonnell, Thomas Bn trhton 

uellet M Garden River 

Quirk. John Hantings 

Raynel, J Sault Ste. Marie 

S nterre. F. X Smlbury 

Si>ei ht. Joseph Fort William 

Sweeney, James Lindsay 

DIOCESE OF OTTAWA. 

[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. ED.] 

DIOCESE OF MONTREAL. 

[N o returns received at the time of 
going to pi ess. ED.] 

DIOCKSE OF QUEBEC. 
[No returns received at the time of 
going to press. ED.] 

DIOCESE OF CIIICOUTIMI. 
[No returns received at tha time of 
going to prets. ED ] 

DIOCESE OF ST. HYACINTHE. 
Mgr. L. Z. Moreau. 
M,T. J. La Rocqne. 
J. A. Gravel, V. G., Secretary. 

Angers. C ?t. Ours 

Aivhambesult, L. M St. Hugues 

Ulanchard. St. Hyacinthe 

Balthazard. H Kicholit-u 

Balthazard, J. M Richelieu 

Balthazsrd, J. A St. Hyacinthe 

Brtiiuiliy, Jos St. Marcel 

Boattdry, A La Presentation 

Beauregiird. J St. Hyacinihe 

Beauregard, L Sorel 

BeUngHr, M St. Helena 

Bnrnard. A. X St. Hyacinthe 

Berna d. b. C St. Hyacinthe 

Beruier, A Upton 

Bertrand, F. X St. Liboire 

Bessette, J St. Hyacinthe 



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105 



Bessette, C Ste. Angele 

Blanchard, C Ste. Angele 

Blanchard, J. C St. Alphonfe 

Boivin, T St. Hiiaire 

Boivin, L Adamsville 

Bourque, L. A La Presentation 

Bouvier, A. X St. Joseph 

Brodeur, N Ste. Marie 

Browne, G. J St. Hugues 

Burque, G St. Aim6 

Caron, J St. Hyacinthe 

Chaffers, W Ste. Marie 

Charbonneau. U St. Dannen 

Chartier,J. V St. Hyacinthe 

Charlier, J. B Ste. Madeleine 

Choquet, P St. Hyacinthe 

Clapin, G St Hyacinthe 

Cormier, C St. Hyacinthe 

Cote, F. P St. Valerien 

Courtemanche, J St. Louis 

Decelles. M St. Koch 

Derome, G. S St. Cesaire 

Desnoyers, I St. C-ssirc 

Desnoyers. R .,..Knowlton 

Desorey, St. Ours 

Desrosiers. Sorel 

Duhamel. J. B St. Dominque 

Duhamel, L Rv>xf>n 

Dumesnils, A St. Hyacinthe 

Dupre, L S Sorel 

Dupuy, A. S St. Paul 

Dupuy, J. B St. Autoine 

Dupuy, J. P St. Gregoire 

Durocher, J. B Ste. Victoire 

Fanteuse, A B^loeil 

Filiatreau, E Ste. Pudentienne 

Foisy, A Acton 

Forfin, C. E St. Hyacinthe 

Gaboury, J St/Matbias 

Gatineau, V St. Alexandra 

Gautbier, N St. Damage 

Gendr .n^S St. Hyncinthe 

Germain, J. E St. Indes 

Gill. M St. Joachim 

Girard, L St. Hyacinthe 

Godard, M St. Aime 

Gonthier. D St. Hyacinthe 

Goyette. A St. diaries 

Gravel, J. A St. Hyacinthe 

Gravel. E St. Hyacinthe 

Guy, St . Rosalie 

Hardy, J St. Pie 

Jacques. I) St. Hyaeinthe 

Jodoin, J Acton 

Jeannotte, A St Marie 

Jeannotte, F. X Ste. Marie 

Laflamme. J. M Upton 

Lapir-rre, A St. Hyacinthe 

Larocque, L Ange Gardii-n 

Larochelle, P St. Hyacinthe 

Larose, V Ste. Marie 

Lassalle, L. H St. Cesaire 

Lecliure, B. J St. Hyacinthe 

Lecours, E St. Hyacinthe 

Leduc, Dunham 

Lemay, A St. Marc 

Lemieux, J Ste. Marie 

Lessard, K St. Ignace 

Lheureuse F St. Damase 

Levesque. P St. Hyaciuthe 

Limoges. A. D Farnham 

Marcamtle, L St. Marc 

Mathieu. F St. Hyacinthe 

Messitr, H St. Hugues 

Mennier, D St. Barnabe 

Michon, J. B Stanbridge 

Michon, J. St. CharleB 

Millier, H Bloeil 

Morard, Thos St. Hyacinthe 

Nadeau, J. A Granhy 

Nadeau, H Atlmnate 

NoisHiix, J Miltoii 

O Donnell, A St. Denis 

Ouellette, R St. Hyaciotlie 

Pare, P. L Ange Gardien 

Payant, A Sorel 

Pelletier, St. Robert 



Petit, A W. Sbefford 

Poulin, C St. Sebastien 

Pratte, F..... St. Simon 

Prince, J. J St. Hyacinthe 

Provencal, J. A St. Cesaire 

Raymond, S St. Hyacinthe 

Raymond, W St. Hyacinthe 

RMiard, C St. Athenase 

Rivard, E St. Armand 

Roy. V Ste. Marie 

Santonac, J. F Roxton 

8ieart C St. Denis 

8priiigr. E St. Denis 

St. Anbln, T St George 

St. George, C St. Athatiase 

St. [./ouis, A Waterloo 

St. Pierre. A St. Simon 

Taupier. J. S Ste. Brigide 

Tetreau, F St. Hyacinthe 

Tetreau. J Sorel 

Thibaudier, V St. Hyacinthe 

Vanasse. F Sorel 

Verronneau, J. B....SI. Jean Baptiste 
Vincent P, St. Pie 

DIOCESE OF ST. GERMAIN DE 

RIMOUSKI. 

Right Rev. J. Langevin, D.D., Bishop. 
Very Rev. E. Langevin, Vicar- General. 
F. X. Cloutier, Secretary. 
Very Rv. E. Langevin, Provost, 
Rev. L Denjardins, 
Rev. J. B. Blanchet, 
Rev. M. R. Bilodeau, 
Rev. D. Vezina. 
Rev. C. A. Carbonneau, Secret. t f 
Rev. L. J. Langis, Tlieol. 
Rev. P. J. Saucier, 
Rev. P. Audet, 
Rev. F. M. Fournier, 

Rev. J. C. Cloutier, \ Sottorary 
Rev. F. A. Blouin, J Canons. 
CATHEDRAL. Rev. A. Audet, Sector; 
Rev. El. Morris. Rimouski. 

COLLEQK;. Rev. P. J. Saucier, Supr ., 
L. Rouleau. J. de Cham plain, A. 
Bembe and S. Sirois, JVocwr. 

Amiot, J St. Francois Xavier 

Arpin. Lonis S. Jean de Dieu 

Audet. And. (Cathedral) .... Rimou-ki 

Audet. P... S. Fabien 

Beaumont Ste. Anne des >louts 

Helnnger, J. B. A Malhaie 

Bernier, L. N S. Epiphane 

Berube, Ant iStrnin 

Berube, J. C Ue Verte 

Berube, Ph Caecapediac 

Berube, Thomas St. Simon 

Bilodeau, Mart S. Anaclet 

Blauchet, J. B Ste. Luce 

Blouin, F. Ad. V. F Carleton 

Bolduc. Maj Father I oint 

Brillant, Pre St. Moi se 

Carbonneau, C. A St. Modesto 

Chalifour, A Oape Cove 

Chouinard. Ant S. Octave. Metis 

Cinqmars. F S.Alexis 

Cloutier, J. C Cacouna 

Clontier, F. X. (Sec.) Rimouski 

Cote, Phil. (Vic.) Cacouna 

D Anteu 1. L Trois-I i?t<>les 

De Champlain, Jos., Sernin. Rimouski 

Delage. D. Kus Ste. Francoise 

Delage, F. X Cp Hosier 

Desjardins, J. A. .St. Louis du Ha! ha! 

Desjardins, L Ste. Cecile du Bic 

Drapeau, J. S. Ulric 

Drapeau, Octave Caplan 

Dumas, Jos St. E.oi 

Duret, Th. C Riv. au Renard 

Duval, A St. Donat 

Fournier, Chas. G Ste. Flavie 

Fournier, F. Magi S. Arsene 

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Gagn6, Cyp Ste. Angele 

Gagne, J Maria 

Cagoon, Aug Port Daniel 

Gaenon, N Mont Louis 

Qillis, D Douglastown 

Gravel, Th St.e Anne desMonts 

Quay, Mgr. C Restigouche 

Jean, J. Z St. Paul de la Croix 

Lacasse, A Cap. Chatte 

Latnontagne, A. (Sick) Lavaltrie 

Langevin, J. (Bishop) Rimouski 

Langevin, E. (Vic. Gen.) Rimouski 

Lanpis. L St. J. B. Ile-Verte 

Lari\6e. Cyp Paspebiac 

Lavoie,H. J Matane 

Lavoie, L.C Meehins 

Lebel, D St. Clement 

Leblane, Ant S. Bonaventure 

Leblanc, Arth St. Gabriel 

Leveque, N Matane 

Monge, J. (Sick) Quebec 

Moreault, Ph N. D. du Lac 

Moreau, Pol S. Jean 1 Evangeliste 

Morisset, D Assomption, McNider 

Normaridin, J. 0. V.F.,Grande Riviere 

Paradis, Josn6 Pa bos 

Perusse, J. A Perc6 

Pouliot, J. B. E Cloridorme 

Preinont, A Ste. Blandine 

Kioux, J Rimouski 

Rouleau, L Semin, Riinouski 

Saindon, B. C He Verte 

St. Laurent, Ulf St. Damase 

St. Laurei\t, Jos New Port 

Saucier. P Semin, Rimouski 

Sirois, Sif Semin. Rimouski 

Smith, Theo St. Godefroi 

Soncy, Ant Bic 

Stevenart, Ls Ste. Rose 

Sylvain, Ph N. D. du S Coeur 

Theberge. Tobie Ste. Felicitg 

Thivierge, P. N S. Bonaventure 

Theriault, N. M S. HonorS 

Thibault. A Ste. Rose du DSgele 

Tremblay, H St. Maithieu 

Trudel, C. K 

Van de Moortel, F Qasp6 

Vezina, Desire Trois Pistole* 

DIOCESE OF THREE. RIVERS. 
Most Rev. L. F. Lafleche, Bishop. 

Vary Rev. C. 0. Caron, ( Vicars 
Very Rev. L. Desilets, I General. 
F. Beland, ChancMor. 

E Deguise, Vice-Chancellor, 

Very Rev. C. 0. Caron, V.G. 
\Vry Kev. L. Desilets, V.G. 
Rev. J. 0. Prince, 
Isaac Gilinas, 
" L. S. Rheanlt, 

M. Marcband, 

Ls. Pothier, 

Ls Richard, 

Th. Carufi-1, 

,T. B. Comeau, 

T. X Cloutier, 

J. Boucher, 

D. Marcoux, 

L. II. Dostie, 

Alexander, H Durham 

Baillargeon. C. F Stanfold 

Btril. H. (Seminary) Three Rivers 

Barolet. C. A St Paulin 

Beauchesne, A St. Luc 

Beaudet. F. ( Vic.) N.D. duMont Carnul 

Bel*ad. H Arthahaska 

Belaud, J.f. (Chancellor) Three Rivers 

Beliveau, Kd Ste. Ursula 

Beliveau, G. (Retired) ....St. Leon.ird 
Beliveau,Geo. (Vicar) Drummondville 

Bellemare, C. T Shawenigan 

Bellemare, E Ste. Helens 

Bellemare, II St. Paul de Chester 

Bellemare, A. A. P Ste. Monique 



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Bellemare, A N- (Sewu nari/)... Nicolet 

Bellemare, A 8haw?negan 

Beliveau, A Sfe. Ursule 

Bergeron, L. (Seminary) Three Rivers 
Biron. A. (Seminary).... Three Rivers 

Blais, Elie (Retired) St. Justin 

Blais, 3. (Seminary) Nicole! 

Blordin, Ad Kingsey 

Bochet, St. Patrice 

Bois, L. Ed Maskiiionge 

Boucher, J Riviere du Loup 

Boucher, T St Albert 

Bouras<ja. P. (Vicar) St. Tiiomas 

Bourret, Ed. (Vicar). ...St. Guillaume 

Brunault, H. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Brunei, E St. Valere 

Brunei, G St. Louis 

Buisson, A St. Norbert 

Buisson, Ed. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Caisse, R. (Sem.) Three Rivers 

Caisse, T. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

aron, G Kingsey Falls 

Carufel, D. (Retired) St. Etienne 

Carufel, Ste. Anne Laperade 

Carufel, T Ste. Anne Laperade 

<3arufel, V Ste. Angele 

Caron, 0.0- V.O.(Urs.Ch) Three Rivers 
Ciron, N. (Seminary).... Three Rivers 
Chapdeleine, H. (Sem.)... Three Rivers 

Chretien, J. Bte Ste. Flore 

Cloutier, F.X Three Rivers 

Cloutier, P St. Etienne 

Comeau, D. (Retired)... Pointe du Lac 
Comeau, J. B. (Seminary) Three Rivers 

Connolly, F St. Fulgence 

Connolly, J. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Courval, E Ste. Perpetue 

Dauth, E St. Guillaume 

Deguise, E. (rice-Chan.). Three Rivers 

Denoncourt, M. (Vicar) Stanfold 

Desaulniers, A St. Bonaventure 

Desaulniers, E Yamaehiche 

Desaulniers, Frs Pointe du Lac 

Desaulniers, Jos. (Vicar) Durham 

Desilets. L La Bale du Felure 

Descoleanx, N. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Dorion. J. H Yamachiche 

Dostie, J. H Gentilly 

Douville, Ir (Seminary) Nicolet 

Du^uay, E Cap de la Madeleine 

Duguay, N. (Retiied) St. Celestin 

Dupuis, A N. D. du Mont Carmel 

Porcier, J. ..St. Eugene de Grantham 

Fortin, D St. Prosper 

Oarceau, St. Pierre les Becqnets 

Gelinas, Is. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Gelinas, D. (Retired) Yamachiche 

Genevrier, P. (Jesuit).... Three Rivers 

Germ, D St. Justin 

Oingras, C St. Celestin 

Gravel, T. (Vicar) St. Stanislas 

Qrenier, Ed Becancourt 

Grenier, J. B. . St. Thecle 

Greniar, J. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Guilletnette, J St. Stanislas 

Hamel, J St. Remi de Tiugwick 

Hebert, P. (Vicar). St. P. les Becquets 

Heroux. J. N St. Christophe 

Houde, D. (Vicar) Three Rivers 

Janelle, M. E. (Vicar).... St. Stanislas 

Jourdain, Jos. (Vicar) Champlain 

Joyal,T St.Didace 

Julien, H St. Leonard 

-Jutras,T. (Vicar) Yamachiche 

Lafleche, A. E. (Hear). River du Loup 

Lafle che, E Ste. Victoire 

Lafleche. T. (.Seminary). ..Three Rivers 

Lafond.C. (Vicar) St.Gregoire 

Lahaye, Z. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Laperrlere, M. (Vicar) St. David 

Larue, N. Ste. Gertrude 

Lassiseraie, A. H. B , St. Franc, du Lac 
Lebrun, Alf. (Seminary) Three Rivers 

Lebnm, A St Pie de Quire 

Leclair, J. B. (Vicar) St. Maurice 

Legris, A Three Rivers 

itemire, T Ste. Eulalie 



Lessard, F. X St. Wenceslas 

Lize, F. X. (Retired). Arthaliaskaville 
Longval, A.. (Vicar). La Kaie du Fehire 

Lussitr, T. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

Mailhiot, 0. (Vicar) Gentilly 

Malo, L. 8. (Retired) Becancourt 

Manseau, 0. (Vicar) Ting-wick 

Manseau, Ph. (Seminary) Nicolut 

Vlarchand, M Drummondville 

Marchand, P St Narcisse 

Marcoux, D Chain plain 

Martel, T St. Barnabe 

Moreau, T. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Mayrand, J. A. (Retired)... St. Ursule 
Mayrand, Eng. (Sem).... Three Rivers 
Milot, 0. Z. I. (Ohap.)...St. Christophe 

Moreau, J. Ag St. David 

Noiseux, A Ste. Genevieve 

Ory, F. (J JVit) Three Rivers 

Panneton, E St. Gre>oire 

Paquin, A St. Jean 

Paradis, D. (Retired) Nicolet 

Parent, J. Bte. (Vicar)... Three Rivers 

Pothier, L St. Medard 

Prince, B. (Vicar) Nicolet 

Prince, J. St. Maurice 

Proulx, M St. Tite 

Proulx, M. G. (Seminary) Nicolet 

Proulx, P. (Vicar) Ste. Anne Laperade 

Quinn, T St. Thomas, Pierrerille 

Raiche, E. A St. Cyrille 

Rainviile, A. (Vicar) Yamaska 

Richard, N St. Zephirin 

Richard, L. (Seminary) ..Three Rivers 
Richard, J. (Seminary)... Three Rivers 

Rheault, L. S Three Rivers 

Roberge, P Yamaska 

Savoie, C. St. Alexis 

Smith, A Ste. Brigitte 

St. Cyr, N Ste. Clothilde 

Suzor, P. H Nijolet 

Tessier, J St. Germain 

Tessier, N St. L6on 

Tessier, U Ste. Sophie 

Tessier, Kd (Vicar) Ste. Monique 

Thibodeau, H Batiecan 

Tourigny, L. (Vicar) Becancourt 

Trahan, H St. Severe 

Trahan, L. (Retired) Yamachiche 

Verville, F St. Elie de Caxton 

Vignon, F. (Jesuit) Three Rivers 

PREFECTURE APOSTOLIC OF THE 
GULF OP ST. LAWRENCE. 

Mgr. F. X. Bosse, Pref. Apostolic, and 
Priv. Chamberlain of His Holiness, 
Pointe aux Esquimaux. 

Rev. L. A. Langlois, Vice-Prefect, 

Ainaud, C.. O.M.I, N. D. of Bethfia- 
mitsandall theMontagnais Miss ns. 

Babel, J., O.M.I., do. 

Bosse, F. X., Mgr., St. Pierre and Paul 
de la Pointe aux Esquimaux and 
Bethshouan. 

Cote, A. B., Nataskouan and other 
Missions. 

Langlois, L, A., Pointe aux Esqui 
maux. 

Desjardens, B., St. Elesie de Bethsia- 
mits and 10 Shanties. 

Lafrance, J. A., Riviere St. Jean and 

other Missions. 
Pelletier, Pierre, (Attist.) N. D. de 

BethsiamitB. 

Rioux, J. Ludger, St, Ludger de 1 Ile 
d Anticostl. 

Tremblay, . Sault au Cochon and 
other Missions. 

Thelerge Pierre, St. Cceur de Jesus de 
Bonne Experience & other Missions. 



Presbyterian Church in 
Canada. 

The General Assembly will meet in 
Crescent Street Church, Montreal, on 
the second Wednesday (10th day) of 
June, 1885, at 7 30 p.m. 

Officers 1884-85. 

Moderator : 

Rev. Wm. MacLaren, D.D., Toronto. 
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, James Cove Head. P E I 

Anderson, J.. Musquocloboit Har. N S 

Anderson, W. S Cavendish. P E I 

Baxter, J. I. (Retired) Truro. N S 

Bayn*-, E S, M.A, M.Musquodoboit,N S 

Bearisto, J. K Glassville, N S 

Bennett, J., D.D. (Ket.).&t. John, N B 

Blair, D. B Barney s River, N 8 

Boyd, Samuel Wallace. N S 

Brown, Archibald. ..New Dublin, N S 

Bruce, George. B.A St. John, N B 

Bruce, W. T., M.D Valley, N S 

Burns, R. F.. U.D Halifax, N S 

Cairns, J.A...M. A. ,U.Musquodoboit,NS 

Cameron, Alex Portapique, N S 

Cameron, John Bridgewater, N S 

Cameron, John G Souris, P E I 

Campbell. Malcolm. ..Woodvjlle, P E I 

Carr, A. P., M .A Alberton, P E I 

Carruthers, J. S Pictou. N S 

Chase, J. H. M.A Onslow, N S 

Christie. George Bedford, N S 

Clark, Peter Cape North, C B 

Crawford, Heury Kiversdale, N S 

Gumming, Robert Westville. N S 

Currie. J.(Prnf.) Halifax, N S 

Darragh, W. S Li-.den, N S 

Dawson, W., B.D. . Upper Canard, N 8 

Dickie, A. B Milford, NS 

Donald, A. (Retired). . .Hampton, N B 

Donald. Wm Pietmi, NS 

Drummond, D Boulardorie, B C 

Duff, W. (Pas r^OT.)Luaenburg, N S 

Farquharson, A Sy dney , C B 

Ferry, John, Cross R ds, St.Marys, N S 

Fitzvatrick, J R Little Bay, Nfld 

Forbes, J. A Glace Bay, C B 

Forbes, J. F. Union Centre, N S 

Forbes, W. G. (Ret.) Port Hastings, C B 

Forrest, John ( Pro/.) Halifax, N S 

Fotberingham.TF.MX.St. John. N B 

Frame, Wm. R Mt. Stewart. P E I 

Fraser, D S., B.A... Mahone Bay, N S 
George, F. W., Jf.^....New Carlisle, Q 
George, J. L., M.A... Sherbrooke, N S 

Gillies, R Earltown. N S 

Gordon, G. Lawson, Grand River, C B 

Grant, Alex E. Lake Ainslie, C B 

Grant, Edward Stewiacke, N S 

Grant, Wm West River. P E I 

Gray, Andrew Wallace, N S 

Gray, James . . Sussex, Kent Co., N B 
Gunn, Adam ...... Kennetcook. N S 

Gunn, Archibald, B.A... Windsor, NS 

Gunn, S. C Upper Stewiacke, N S 

Harvey, Moses, MA... St. Johns, Nfld 

Henry, M. Shubenacadie, N S 

Hprdman,J.C.,B..D.Campbelltown,NB 

Hogg. Joseph Moncton, N B 

Jack,L.(-Rfttr ) d).Springfield,K. Co.N B 

Jack, T. C., B A Maitland, N S 

Johnson, S., Chipman, Queen s Co, N B 
Johnston, Thos. G. . . .Blackville, N B 

Jordan, L. H., BD Halifax, N S 

Laing, Robert, M.A Halifax, N S 

Laird, Robert ....Little Harbour, N 8 



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Lay ton, Jacob Elmsdale, N S 

Lindsay, Peter, B.A, N.Richmond, Que 

Logan, J. A Acadia Mines, N S I 

Loean, J. B., M.A Kentville, N S | 

Logan, R , B. A., Harbour Grace. Nfld 

Lord, C. S , B.D Merigomish, N S 

Love, A. T. St. Stephen, N B 

Lyall. Wm. (Professor).. Halifax, N S 

McCarter, John Kedbank, NB 

McCulloch, Wm., D.D fruro, N 3 

McOurdy, E. A New Glasgow, N S 

McDougall, A St. Andrew s, N B 

McDougall, Donald.... Wext Bay, C B 

McGillivray, J. D Clifton, N S 

McGregor, D Amherst, N S 

McGregor, P. G., D.D.. . . Halifax, N S 
Mclutosh, Abraham. ...St. Ann s, C B 

McKay, H. B River John, N S 

MeK-iy, J. McG Shediac, N B 

"McKay, Neil Summerside, P E I 

McKay, K Richmond, NB 

McKt-en, J. A , B.A. ..Hamilton, Ber a 

MeKenzie. J. A Pugwash, N S 

McKenzie, Kenneth. . . .Baddeck, C B 
McKenzie, M... Kingston, K t Co., N B 
MeKuight,A.,D.Z>.(Pro/.) Halifax.N S 

McLean, Allan Hampton, P E I 

McLean, Alex., M.A.... Hopewell, N S 
McLean, James . . .Great Village, N S 

McLeod, A. B Madock, P E I 

McLeod, A. W Durham, N 8 

McLeed, Hugh, D.D Sydney, C B 

McLeod, John Strathalbyn, P E I 

McLeod, J. MoL.Charlottetown, P B I 
McMillan, Angus. . River Denny, C B 

McMillan, D. . Svdney Mines. C B 

McMillan, Q.,B.A., Princetown P E I 
McMillan, John, B.D.... Halifax, N S 

McNab, Ebenezer Newport, N S 

McNeill. L. G.. M A. . .St. Johns, Nfld 
McPherson, H. H., M.A., Halifax.N S 

McRae, Alex Middle River, C B 

Macrae. Donald. D.D. . St. John, N B 
Mahon, A. W.. St. Peter s Road, P E I 
Mason,W. k.,B.A . New Load .n, P E I 

Maxwell, Wm Annapolis, N S 

Millar, A. P. (Ret.)... Merigomish, N S 

Millar, K. D Lunenburgh, N S 

Millen, Wm St. Andrew s, N B 

Morrieou, P. M Dartmouth, N S 

Mowatt, A. J Frederieton. N B 

Mullen, J. S Stanley, N B 

Munroe, Alex Valleyfield, P E I 

Murray, I , D.D.... North Sydney, C B 

Murray, J. D Buctouche. N B 

Murray, James. . . .Douglastown, N B 

Murray, J Sydney, C B 

Murray, T. H L-iwrencetowo, N S 

Nairn, R Harvey, York Co., N B 

Nicholson, Thou Charlo. N B 

Patterson, G., D.D.. New Glasgow, N S 
Pollok, A., D.D. (Prof.). Halifax, N S 

Quinu, James Bathurst, N B 

Quinn, R. C New Annan, N S 

Roberts, Edward Mabou, C B 

Robertson, J., if. A ..Black River, N B 

Kobinson, J. M Springhill, N S 

Rogers, Anderson, S..4,Yarinouth, N S 
Rosborough, J., j!f..4...Shelbnrne, N S 
Rosborough, 8., M.A., S. Harbour, N S 

Rose, John Whycocomagh, C B 

Ross, Alex Parrsbofo , N S 

Ross, E ( Without charge). ..Trarn, N S 

Boss, R. D Grand Pr6, N S 

Row, Wm., B.A. Prince William, N B 

Russell, Alex Dalhousie, N B 

Scott, Ephraim. . . .New Glasgow, N S 

Scott, Wm North Bedeque, P E I 

Sedgwick,R.,Z>.Z>.(fle.)Musquod t,NS 
Sedgwick, Thos... Tatamagouche, N S 

Shorn, Godfrey St. John, N B 

Simpson, Allan Halifax, N S 

Simpson, I. S , B.A La Have, N S 

Sinclair, A. McLean. ..Springville, N 8 

Sinclair, James Folly Village, N S 

Smith, Edwin, B.^.Mid.Stewiacke, N S 
Smith, T. G., D.D St. John, N B 



Stewart, Alex Belfast, P E I 

Stirling. Alex Clifton, P E I 

Stuart, Wm Green Hill, N S 

Sutherland, D Gabaru*, C B 

Sutherland, J. A. F.... St. James, N B 

Thomson, A. F Economy, N S 

Thorpe, Edward Noel, N S 

Waits, E. Wallace, B.A, Chatham, N B 

Wallace, John Bermuda 

Wilson, M ,M.A (Ret.) Sydney M s, C B 

Wyllie, A. L Halifax, N S 

ft/reign Missionaries. 
Annand, J. . Aneiteum, New Hebrides 

Gibson, John, B.D Demerara 

Grant, K. J. .San Fernando, Trinidad 
McKenzie, J. W.Efate, New Hebrides 
MacLeod, J. W. Princestown, Trinidad 

Morton, J Tunapuna, Trinidad 

Robertson, H. A Erromanga 

Wright, J. K Couva, Trinidad 

Evangelists : 

Lai Behari . . San Fernando, Trinidad 
Teachers ; 

Miss Blackadder, Princestw n,Trinidad 
J. Corsbie. . . .San Fernando, Trinidad 
Miss Agnes Semple Tunapuna 

SYNOD OF MONTREAL 

AND OTTAWA. 

Rev. J. Watson, M.A., Huntingdon, Q, 
Olerk. 

Allard, Jos. (Old. Miss y) Quebec 

Ami, Marc Ottawa, 

Anderson, D., M.A. . . .Point Levis, Q 

Andrew, Joseph Hiddleville, 

Armstrong, W. D., M.A ... . Ottawa, 

Baillie John K Woodlinds, 

Bain, G Duulop, B.A., Morrisburg, 
Bain, Wm., D.D. (Retired) Kingston. 
Ballantyne, W. D , B.A. ..Pembroke, 

Barr.ley .James, M.A Montreal 

Bayne, G. T Ramsay s Corners, > 

Bennett, J., B.A. ...Cote des Nieges, Q 

Bennett, John Almonte, (j 

Bennett, Thos , Carp, 

BUkyly, W. D. M., Forester s Flats, 
Bouchard, T. A. (Ord. Miss.). Montreal 
Boadreau, Moses F .New Glasgow, Q 
Boyd, James M , B D. Beauharuois, Q 

Bramner, George White Lake, 

Burnet, John S Martintown. 

Burnfield. G., M.A..BD,, Brockville, 

Calder, John A. G Lancaster, 

Cameron, Hugh. . . .Sutniuerstown, 
Campbell, J., M.A. (JPrnf.). ..Montreal 
Campbell, R., M.A., D.Sc., Renfrew, 

Campbell, R., M.A Montreal 

Canning, W. T Oxford Mills, 

Casey, John G., B.D Montreal 

Cattauach, J. C,, Jf.A...Sherbrooke, Q 

Caven, Wm Buckingham, Q 

Christie, W. M., M. A.(W.ch.) Ottawa, U 

Clark, Geo. M New Edinburgh. 

Clark, W. B. (Retired) Quebec 

Cook, John, D.D. (Mar. Col.)... Quebec 
Cormack, James. B.A. Alexandria, 
Couboue, Anthony. ..St. Hyadnthe. Q 

Coull. Geo., M.A Valley field, Q 

Coussirat, D, B.D. (Pro/.). ..Montreal 
Crombie, John, M.A. Smith s Falls, 

Cruchet, Alfred B Montreal 

Cruikshank.W.R.B.^l.Pt.St.CharlesQ 

Cumming, Thos Montreal 

Currie, D., B.A Three Rivers, Q 

Dewey, Finlay M., M.A.. Richmond, Q 
Dey, W. J., M.A. (Pres. Col.) Montreal 

Doudiet, Charles A Montreal 

Duclos, R. P, ( W. charge).... Montreal 

Edmondson, John B Almonte, 

Fail-lie, John L 0rignl, 

Farrits, Fra. W Ottawa, 

Fenwick, Thos. ( W. C.) Metis, Q 

Ferguson, James, B.A Marlow, Q 

Ferguson, John Vankleek Hill, 

Ferguson, Wm Kirkhlll, O 

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Findlay, David, B.A Cantley, Q 

Fleck, James, B.A Montreal 

Forlong, Wm Lacbute.Q 

Fraser, James, B.A Curbing, Q 

Fraaer, John St. Elmo, 

Galloway. Wm Hallville, 

Gamble, Robt., B.A Wakefield. Q 

Qandier, Joseph Ft. Coulonge, Q 

Geddes, W. H Plantagenet, 

Glassford, T. 3., B.A Richmond, 

Grant, A. P Laguerre, Q 

Hally, J. Ste. Therese de Blainville, Q 
Hanran, J. ( W. charge)... Inverness, Q 

Hastie, James Cornwall , O 

Heine. G. Oolborne. B.A Montreal 

Herridge, W. T., B.D Ottawa 

Hughes, Robert Cumberland, 

luterenoscia.A. (Ord. Miss.). Montreal 

Jamieson, George Aylmer, Q 

Jardine, Robt., Sc.D Brockville, 

Jenkins, John, D.D. (Ret.). .Montreal 

Johnston, Wm. A Rockburn, Q 

Jones, Jno. ( Without charge) Montreal 

Kellock, David Spencerville, 

Knowles, Robert Blakeuey, 

Lang, Wm. A. (-ReiiraZ)Lunenburg, 

Lee, Arch d Russelltown, Q 

McAliscer, John A Ashton, O 

McArtbur, Geo.. S.j4....Nswington, 
McBain, J. A. ., North Georgetown, Q 

McCaul, James. B.A Montreal 

McCullough, W. K. Kinnear s Mills, Q 
McDiarmid, Henry J... Kemptville, 
McDonald, D., M.A. .Carleton Place.O 

McDonald, John Scotstown, Q 

McEachren, D, St. Agnes de Dundee, Q 
MeFarlane, A. H. Farnham Centre, Q 
McGillivray, Alex. . Williamstown, 

M^Gillivray, Malcolm Perth, 

Mctlroy, James. . . Dixon s Corners, 

Mackay, A. B. Montreal 

Mickie,- John Lachute, Q 

McKechnin, Dun. L Mattawan, 

McKenzie,R..Jf .^..McDonald s Cor., 

McKenzie, John Moose Creek, 

McKeraeher, Chas. M Howick, Q 

McKibbin, R. V., B A. N th Gower, 

McKibbin, W. M., B.A Cardinal, 

McKillop.Chas. B A.... Admaston, 
MacLnren, A. ( W. charge) Almonte, 

McLe.tn, Donald, B.A Arnprlor, 

McLennan, Finlay Dunvegan, 

McLeod, John R Kingsbury, Q 

McLeod. Malcolm Gould, Q 

McNabb, Robert. .^...Beachburg, 
McNish, N., B.D.,LL.D...Coruv/M, 
Mac Vicar, D. H., LL.D.(Pf) Montreal 
Mathe-ion, J. S., /?.^4...Martintown, 

Mathieson. Wm Stornoway. Q 

Mathews, G. D , D.D Quebec 

Moore, Wm.,.D..D Ottawa, 

Morrison, D. W., B A.... Ormstown Q 
Morrison, J. (Ret.) Waddingtou. N. Y. 

Muir, J. B., AM Huntingdon, Q 

Munroe. John R., B.A... Manotick, 

Mylne, Solomon Smith s Falls, 

Nelson, Thomas A Dunbar, 

Nichols. John Montreal 

Ni"en, H. (Ret.) Herdman s Corners,Q 
Oxley, M. S., B.A. ( Ord. Mis) Montreal 
Paterson, Dan l, M.A., St. Andrews, Q 
Patterson, James (City Mis.) Montreal 

Porteoug. George Toledo, 

Pritchard, J G., B.A., St. Sylvester.Q 

Pullar, James Heckston, 

Richards, J. J Lyn. 

Robertson, J Madrid. N Y 

Robertsou, Wm Danville, Q 

ROSB, D. Y., M.A Westport, 

Ross, D. ( W. chg.). . . Portland. Oregon 

Ross, James, B D Perth, 

Rowat, Andrew Athelstane, Q 

Scott, A. A., MA ...Carleton Place. 

Scott, Matt H.. BA Bristol, Q 

Scrimger, J., M.A. (Prof.).... Montreal 

Shearer, Wm Aylwin Q 

Sinclair, James (Retired). Huntley, 



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Smith, G. A Glensandfield 

Stewart, J. B Lochwinnoch, 

Stewart, J Arundel, Q 

Stnirt, .1 Prescott, 

Stuart, J. G Balderson, 

Syrn, F. P Melbourne. Q 

Tait, J Fitzroy Harbour, 

Taylor, II Pakenharn, 

Turnbull. J.... St L. de Gonzamie. Q 

Turnbull. M Alice, Pembroke, 

Vernier, P. S Angers, Q 

Warden, R. H Montreal 

Watson. J., M.A Huntingdon. Q 

Vfeir,G.. M.A. .LL.D. (Prof.). ..Quebec 

TVhillans.R., M.A Merlvale, 

White, Joseph, B.A, Roehesterville, 

SYNOD OF TORONTO & KINGSTON. 
Rev. John Gray, M.A., Orillia, Clerk. 

Abraham, J Whitby 

Acheson, Samuel Wick 

Aclieson, Stuart, M.A Cloverhill 

Alexander, Joseph. M.A Norval 

Amos, W Aurora 

Anderson, W Roaemont 

Andrews. Francis S Keene 

Armstrong, W. C Hillsburgh 

Atkinson, T. ( W . charge) Enniskillen 

Aull. J M Palmerston 

Baikie, J Harriston 

BMJII. J., D.D. (Retired) Markham 

Barclay, J., D.D. (W. charge). Toronto 

Beattie, R. J Guelph 

Bell, A Peterboro 

Bell. G., LL.D. (W. charge). Kingston 

Bennett, W Peterboro 

Brown. J. (Retired) Newmarket 

Bryant, J Bradford 

Builder, J.. B.A. (Missionary)... India 

Burnett. J. R. S Alliston 

Burns, W ^ Toronto 

Camelon, D * . Maple 

Cameron. D. B Acton 

Cameron, J., MA., B.D Millhrook 

Cameron, J. J , M.A ....... Pickering 

Cameron, J. M Toronto 

Cameron, J W., B .A Lin ton 

Cameron. M. C.. B D Milton 

Campbell. C ( Without charge) Toronto 

Campbell. J., M A Harriston 

Carmicbael, J., M.A Norwood 

Carrnichael, J. A Columbus 

Carmirhael. James Strange 

Carswell. James Bind Head 

Caven, W, D D. (Prof.) Toronto 

Chambers, T. S Kingston 

Chiiholm, J., B A MeTntyre 

Clark. N Lakefielil 

Cleland, James Port Hops 

Cleland, Wm (Rflired)... Toronto 

Cochrane. J. J., M.A Thornton 

Cockburn, E Uxbridg? 

Colter. A. T. ( W. e/(arpe)....Pinkerton 

Cooke. C. II.. B A Baltimore 

Coulthard. W Picton 

Craig, R. J., M.A Deseronto 

Craii;. R. M Dunbarton 

Craigie. J. R., M.A Bobcat-eon 

Craw. G Hillsdale 

Cumberland. J., M A Stella 

Carrie. Archibald, M.A Sony* 

Currie. H Ready 

Davidson, J. Alma 

Dawson, A., B.A Gravenhurst 

Dewar, Robert (P. Em.) Annan 

Dick. James (P Km.). Richmond Hill 

Dickson, J. A R., D.D Gait 

Dobson, A. B Ballinafad 

Drummond, A. A Newcastle 

Duff. J. (Rrtirr.fl) Elora 

Dunbar, J ( Without c/<ar$e)Dunbsrton 

Duncan, Peter Colborne 

Eastman. S H Oshawa 

Edmison. H.. M.A. Rothsay 

Elliott, Joseph (Retired) Islington 

Ewing. J Mount Pleasant 



Fairbairn, R., B.A... Jarratt s Corners 

Fleming, P Warsaw 

Ferguson, G.D., B.A. (Prof.) Kingston 

Findlay, A Bra.-ebridge 

Forrest, Wm. (Ord. Miss y)... Durham 

Fowlie R Erin 

Fraser, Alex Claremont 

Fraser, D., M.A Victoria, B C 

Fraser, J Button 

Fraser, J. B., M.D Leith 

Fraser, R. D., M.A Claude 

Fraser, W., D.D. (Retired) Barrio 

Freeman, G. E Deer Park 

Frizzell, W Riverside 

Gallalier, J. B A Pitts Ferry 

Geddes. J. (Ord. Miss.) Minesing 

Gilchrist, J. R , B.A Cheltenham 

Gilrsy. A Toronto 

Goodwillie, J. M., M.A.... Newmarket 

Gcacey, H Qananoque 

Grant, G. M., D.D. (Prof.)... Kingston 

Grant, R. N Orillia 

Gray, R Eglintoo 

Gray, James M Stirling 

Gray. John, M.A. (Retired) ....Orillin 

Gregg, W.. D.D. (Prof.) Toronto 

Haigh, G Hespeler 

Hamilton, A. M , ^/.^..Winterbourne 
Hamilton, W., D.D. ( W. dig ) Toronto 

Henry, J. K Creemore 

Houston, Samuel, M.A Kingston 

Hudson, A Parry Sound 

Hunter, Wm. A., M.A. ...Orangeville 
Hutchison, S. (Retired) ... Shanty Bay 
Inglis, W. (Without charge)... Toronto 

James, D Midland 

Jamieson, J (3/iss.)... .Tanisui. China 

Jamieson, W. H., M. A Perrytown 

Jamieson, R. (Ret) N. Westm ster, B.C. 

Keli-o, D Roslin. 

Kennedy, A. ( Without c ge.) Newcastle 

Kirkpatrick, J Toronto 

Lawrence, G. ( Without charge) Toronto 

L"ishman, John ,*..Angu? 

Leslie, A., M.A Clarke 

Little, James, M.A Bowmanville 

Lowry, Thos. (It-tired) Toronto 

Lochead. W Fenelon Falls 

McAlpine, John Chatsworth 

MeAnlay, Evan Crieff 

McConnell, W Craigvale 

McCrae. D. L Cobourg 

McCiiaig F Kingston 

McDiarmid, Arch Dornoch 

McDonald, D. Glenarm 

McDonald, D. B Uxbridge 

McDonald, A., B.A Duntroon 

McDonald. J. A Homing s Mills 

Maedonnell, D. J., B.D Toronto 

McEwan, J. (Without charge). Toronto 

McFaul. Alexander Caledon 

Mclntosh, D Uniomille 

McKay, A.. D.D Morriston 

McKay, Angus Eramosa 

McKay, G Ballyduff 

McKay. J S., B.A, N. Westm stef, B C 

McKay, R. P., M.A Parkdale 

McKay, W E. (Retired)... Orangeville 
McKee, Thop. (Ins P Sb/ioo?s)...Barrie 
McKee. W., B A. ( W ch). Cookstown 

McLachlin, A. G.. B.A Leaskdale 

McLaren, E. D., B D Brampton 

McLaren, J. F., B D Rocklyn 

MacLaren, W., D D. (Prof)... Toronto 

McLean, M. W., M.A Belleville 

McLennan, A Owen Sound 

McLennan, D, D Dion s Head 

McLennan. D H., M.A ... . Tottenham 
Maclennin, K . M. A. (W.ch.). Kingston 

McLeod, Donald, B A Priceville 

McLeod, D. D Birrie 

McLeod, P. McF Toronto 

McMillan, J (W. ch.) ...Mount Forest 

McTavisb, Daniel Lindsay 

Meikle. W Oakville 

Meldrum.W. ( Without ch.) Morristown 
Middlemiss, James Elora 

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Millard, E. B. N., M.A Wiarton 

Millican, W Garafraxa 

Milligan, G. M., B.A Toronto 

Mitchell, D Belleville 

Mitchell, J. W., M.A Port Hope 

Monteath, R. ( Without cWge). Toronto 

Moodie, R Stayner 

Morrison, J Cedafville 

Morrison, D., M.A Owen Sound 

Mowat, J. B., M.A. (Prof.)... Kingston 

Mullan, E Kilsyth 

Mullan, J. B Fergus 

Mutch, J., MA Toronto 

Neill, John, B.A Nassagaweya 

Neill, Robert, D.D. (Ret.)... Burnbrae 

Nicol, Alex Conn 

Nicol, P Albion 

Niven, D. P., B.A Drornore 

Nixon, T Stouffville 

Norris. Henry Glen Allan 

Park, William Durham 

Parsons. H M Toronto 

Patterson, G. C., M.A Beaverton 

Patterson, Jas. T Meaford 

Peattie, W. (Without charge). Toronto 

Porter. Samuel (Retired) Barrie 

Pringle, James Brampton 

Reid, W., DD. (Agt. Ch.) Toronto 

R^dgers, R Collingwood 

Rose, Hugh M.A Klora 

Ross, A., M.A Woodrille 

Ross, D., B.D. (Prof.) Kingston 

Ross, J., B.A Harwood 

Russell, A Hawksville 

Scott, A H., M.A Owen Sound 

Scott. J. R. (Retired) Cambray 

Siereright, J., B.A. (O.M) Huntsville 
Simpson, G. (Without charge) Toronto 

Sinclair, Henry Uptergrove 

Smellie, George Fergus 

Smith, J Toronto 

Smith, J. C ., M.A., B.O Guelph 

Smith. J. K., M.A Gait 

Smith, Frederick Markham 

Smith, J. W Grafton 

Smith, W. S Centreville 

Smyth, Dr. \V. S Oshawa 

Somerville. J.. M.A Owen Sound 

Spenser. A. ( W. charge). Bowmanville 

Stevenson, Arch Sunderland 

Stewart, A. C Belmore 

Stewart. Wm Hornby 

Strachan, Donald Rockwood 

Straith. John Shi-lburne 

Straith, P., M.A Holstein 

Stuart, James ( W. charge)... .Toronto 

Sutherland. D.. M.A Warkworth 

Tait, A Mono Mills 

Tait, D., R.A Berlin 

Tanner. C. A Bendale 

Thorn, Leslie W. Arthur 

Thompson, D. A Hastings 

Torrance, E. F.. M.A Peterborough 
Torrance, R. ( Without charge) . Guelph 

Wallace, R Toronto 

Wallace, Vf.Q.,M.A.,B.D, Georgetown 

Wardrope. Thomas, D.D Guelph 

Wilkie. J . M.A. (Miss.) Indore. India 

Wilkins, W. T Trenton 

Williamson, 3. , LL.D. (Prof ) Kingston 

Wilson. Andrew Toronto 

Wiudell, W. G. (Without charge) Lotus 

Vfishart, David Madoc 

Young, A Napanee 

Young. W. C. ( Without ch ge) Toronto 
Young, Stephen Clifford 

SYNOD OF HAMILTON AND 
LONDON. 

Rev. W. Cochrane, D.D., Braztford, 
Clerk. 

Abraham, R. H Burlington 

Alexander, T., M.A. (Ret.)... Mohawk 
Anderson, Jas. A., B.A. Whitechurch 

Anderson, John Ailsa Craig 

Anderson. John Tiverton 



1885.] 



CLERGY. 



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Ball, W. S Vanneck 

Ballantine, J Paris 

Ballantyne, F Wilton Grove 

Barr, Matthew . .(Retired). . Seaforth 

Barr, W. (Retired) Brantford 

Battisby, J. R Chatham 

Beamer, A Walkerton 

Beattie, D.M Gobies 

Beattie, F. R., B.D Brantford 

Becket, J Thamesville 

Bel ., J. W. ( Wit/tout ch ge). Hamilton 

Bickell, D Molesworta 

Black, James Seneca 

Blain, W Tara 

Boyd, James Crossbill 

Boyle, W Paris 

Brown, G Wroxeter 

Burson, Geo St. Catharine* 

Cameron, C Armow 

Cameron, Duncan Lucknow 

Cameron, Hugh Watford 

Cameron, Lschlin Thamesford 

Campbell. Isaac Listowel 

Carriere. S A Brewstw 

Carruthers, S Kirkwall 

Chambers,R.(Miss.)Erzeroum, Turkey 
Chiniquy, C. ( Ord. Miss), St. Anne, 111 

Chrystal. George Avonton 

Cochrane, W., D.D Brantford 

Croll, R. M Simcoe 

Crombie, George St. Ann s 

Currie, Arch d Duart 

Currie,- D Wallaceburg 

Currie, John Clachan 

Currie, Hector, B.A Thedford 

Currie, Peter Teeswater 

Cuthbertson, George Wyoming 

Danhy, M Varna 

Davidson, D Langside 

Doak. W. (Without Charge) ... Sarnia 

Duff, D Malcolm 

Dnncan, J. B Paisley 

Eadie. John Pinkerton 

Elliott,C., D.D.( Withoutcharge)Lon<\.on 

Fenton, S Vittoria 

Ferguson, Jas. (Ord. Miss y). .Tarbut 

Ferguson, J., M.A., B.D Chesley 

Fisher, S West Flamboro 

Fletcher, C. (Retired), Goderich 

Fletcher, C.. M.A Exeter 

Fletcher, D. H Hamilton 

Fraser, M St. Thomas 

Gallagher. W Riversdale 

Gauld, J. (Without charge).. Hamilton 

Goldsmith, T Hamilton 

Gordon, Daniel Harrington 

Gordon, James, M.A Niagara Falls 

Gourlay, James, M.A Port Elgin 

Graham, W. (W. charge). Egmondville 

Grant, A., B.A Dufferin 

Grant. Alexander (Retired)... Kintail 

Gray, John Windsor 

Greig, Geo. Brown Paisley 

Hamilton, Robert Motherwell 

Hancock, W (Retired) F.int Hill 

Hartley, A. T Blueva e 

Henderson, A Hyde Park 

Henderson, Andrew, M.A Atwood 

Henderson, J. S Wendigo 

Herald, J. (Ord. Miss.)...Port Arthur 

Howie, James Comber 

Hume, Robert, M.A( W.C.) St. George 

Inglis, Walter Ayr 

James, John, D.D Hamilton 

Johnston, John Ivan 

Johnston, J R .....Alvinston 

Johnston, T. T Ancaster 

Jones, S Brussels 

Kay, J Milverton 

King, William (Retired) Chatham 

Kippen, A. H Dorchester Station 

Lafontaine, C St. Anne s, 111. 

Laidlaw. R. J Hamilton j 

Laing, John, D.D Dundas 

Lamont, H., M.A., D.D Florence 

Law, George. Belgrave 

Leask, R St. Helen s 



Lees, John Parkhill 

Leitch, R. W Point Edward 

Little, J Princeton 

Livingstone, M. W. (Retired)... Simcoe 

Lochead, J. S., M.A. Londesboro 

Logie, John Valetta 

Ly le, Samuel Hamilton 

McAdam, Thomas Strathroy 

McAlmon, John Oungah 

McClung, J Shakespeare 

McColl, Angus Chatham 

jMcConechy, Alex. ..... .Port Stanley 

McDonnell, J. A Delaware 

McCoy, Jos., M.A Egmondville 

McCutcheon, Jas .....Corunna 

McDearmid, N Elruira, 111. 

McDonald, A. D Seaforth 

McDonald, C. D Thorold 

McDonald, J. A : Brigden 

McDonald, K Helmon t 

MeEwan, James Welland 

McFarlane, J Pine River 

McGlllivray, D London 

McGregor, M Tilsunburg 

Mclntyre, D. C Beamsville 

McKay, G. L., D.D (M.) Tamsui, China 
McKay, R. D. (Retired)... Shakspeare 

McKay, W. A., B A Woodstock 

McKenzie, Alex (W.charge) Lucknow 

McKenzie.A. F. (Mis.) Glammis 

McKinley, W Innerkip 

McKinnon, Neil Kilmartin 

McLean, Archibald Blyth 

McLennan, G Underwood 

McLintock, J. W Mandaumin 

McMillan, D (Retired). . Komoka 

McMulleu, W. T Woodstock 

McNabb, John Lucknow 

McNaughton, A Walton 

Me Pherson, Thos. (Retired)... Stratford 

McQuarrie, H Wingham 

McQueen, A. F Ripley 

McKae, D B Cranbrook 

Me Robbie, G. G Ridgetown 

McRobie, John Petrolia 

Mann, D Rodney 

Martin, W. M Exeter 

Milloy, John Crinan 

Moffat, R C., D.D Walkerton 

Mordy, Jno Mildmay 

Morrison, J. (Miss y). Sault Ste. Marie 

Muir, Thomas Fordwich 

Munro, G., M.A Embro 

Munro J. M Kintoie 

Murray, J. A London 

Murray, John G Grimaby 

Murray, Jno. L., M.A. . . .Kincardine 

Musgrave, P Seaforth 

Myers, R Norwich 

Panton, E. W Stratford 

Paradis, J. H Amherstburg 

Paterson, Nathaniel Hanover 

Penman, J. W Belton 

Pettigrew, R. M.A Glenmorris 

Porteous, J. (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, W Waterdown 

Robertson, Wm., M.A Chesterfield 

Rodsers, E. B. (O. M.). Manitowaning 

Roger, Walter M., M. A London 

Ross, John Brucefield 

Ross, J., B A Brussels 

Ross, P. R Tngersoll 

Scott, R Brooksdtde 

Scott, Jno., D.D Queen Hill 

Scott, J. B Leamington 

Scott, P Cromarty 

Swular, T Hamilton 

Serimgeour, Robert Forest 

Smith, J. (Afi ss.)...Ahmednagar, India 

Stewart, Alex., B.A Clinton 

Stewart, Archibald Shakespeare 

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Stewart, D Wallacetown 

Stewart, J. S Fort Erie 

Sutherland, A Kipley 

Sutherland, O Fingal 

Sutherland. W. R. (e<trerf)Strathburn 

Tdllach, Thos., M.A Dresden 

Thompson, John Surnia 

Thomson, J., MA Ayr 

Thomson, R. Y., B D Hansell 

Thomson, R., LL.D. .Drummondville 

Thomson, T. G Brucefield 

Thyune, R Port Dover 

Tibb, J. C., M A., B.D Logierait 

Tolmie, Andrew Snug-en 

Tully, A. F Mitchell 

Turnbull, J. A., LL.B St. Mary s 

Ore, Robert, D.D Goderich 

Urquhart, A C >wal 

Waddell, Alexander W Blenheim 

Walker, W. P Kllrida 

Walker, William Chatham 

Wardrope. D TecHwatrr 

Wells, John, M.A Jrvis 

Wilson, T Seneca 

Wilson, W. A., M.A. (Miss y).... India 

Wright, P St rat for d 

Yeomans, G. A., M.A Dunnville 

SYNOD OP MANITOBA & NORTH 
WEST TERRITORIES. 

Rev. D. B Whimster, Winnipeg, 
Clerk. 

Baird, A. B., M.A, B.D.. . Edmonton 

Ball, Allan 1 ortage La Prairie 

Borthwick, II. J.. M.A. ... Dailin ford 
Bryce.G ..M.A., LL.B.,(Prn) Winnipeg 

Cairns. John Mart-high umt 

Campbell, A.. B.A Stonewall 

Cameron, A. H Niniitau 

Cameron, D. G N, Is .n 

Cameron, J. 1 Bnttletord 

Davidson, Thos Kapid City 

Duncan, Jas Haminta 

Douglas. J Mortis 

Douglas, Jas. M lirandon 

Farquharson, J., B.A.... Pil.t Mound 

Kleit, George Strathcl.iir 

Fotheringham. John .Grenti-11 

Gordon, D M., B.D Winnipeg 

Hart. T., M A., B D. (Prof.) Winnipeg 

Hodnett, W liinle 

Hogg, J.chn Biiiscatlh 

| Kelly, J Oiive 

I King. J. M., D.D. (JVin.)... Winnipeg 

Lawrence, Jas Stonewall 

Livingston, P. S., B.A Broadview 

McFarlane. A Balmoral 

McQuire, T Kmcrsoti 

McKay, H ( /His. to Indians) Broadview 

McKay, John Balmoral 

McKellar.H Huh Bluff 

McKeDzie, W. A , M .A Carheny 

McLaren, Arch d (hitter 

MeRae, D \eepawa 

MeTavish, Alex Indiin H-ad 

McWilliam, W, M.A.LLB.. P. Albert 

MatHenon, Alex Lower Fort (ittrry 

Mowat, JiiO Milf rl 

Munro, Duncan Whit .-wood 

Pitblado, C. B Winnipeg 

! Poison. S Cleat Springs 

Pringle, J , B.A Kiklouan 

Ramsay, D. M., B.A 

Robertson. Jas. (Supt.Miss.). Winnipeg 

Ross. W. R Tarmsin 

j Sinclair, R.G Prince Allrt 

Smith, Alex Caiimcis 

Stalker, D , B.A Gladstone 

Stewart, John Minnedosa 

I Taylor, S. J M ose Jaw 

| Todd, James BurtiHtde 

Townsend, J. A., B.A Manitou 

Tiiukmis iiciye, Sol lieulah 

Urquhart, A Regiua 



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Wellwood, J. M., B.A Minnedosa 

Whimster, D. B. ( W. ch ge). Winnipeg 

Ministers Without Charge. 



Collins, J. W. 
McR ie, T. 



Russell, W. D. 
Whimster, D. B 



FOREIGN MISSIONARIES. 

Campbell, J. F Mhow, India 

Wilkie, John, M.A Indore, India 

McKay, G. L., D.D.,.Tarnsui, Formosa 

Jamieson, Jno Tamsui, Formosa 

Builder, Joseph, M.A... Indore, India 
Wilson, W. A., M.A India 

FEMALE MISSIONARIES. 

Miss Rodgers India 

Miss McGregor India 

Miss Koss India 

Miss Oliver (preparing for India). 

Miss Beatty India 

Miss Bell India 

MINISTERS AND PROBATIONERS. 

Diouue, It. McNaughton, D. 

Hunt, W. H. Peattie, Wm. 

Hyde, Richd d. Robertson, W. 

Kean, J. R. Smith. G. A. 

McKeo, W., B.A. Warrender, 8. R. 
McMeohan, John. 

As there is no Committee for dis 
tribution of Probationers this year, it 
is impossible to have a full list of 
Ministers and Probationers. 



Presbytery of Stamford. 

IN CONNECTION WITH THE UMTED PKE8- 
BTTERIAN CHURCH Of NORTH AMERICA. 

Rev. D. A. Duff, Moderator. 
Rev. Robert Acheson, Clerk. 

Aeheson, R Stamford 

Duff, D. A Gait 

Kirkpatrick, A, F Milton 

Vacant Telfer 

Vacant Walton 

Gillespie, J. (Without charge) Toronto 



Methodist Church of Canada. 

TORONTO CONFERENCE. 

Rev. A. Sutherland, D.D., President. 
Rev. Thos Griffith, M.A., Secretary. 
Rev. Jonathan Milner, \ Assist. 
Rev. G. Washington, M. A.., J Secy s. 
Rev. E. Ban-ass, M.A.., Journal Sec y. 

Addion, Peter Newcastle 

Annis, J. W., B A Barrie 

Armstrong, Andrew Avening 

Armstrong, John B. (Sup d) Orillis 

Arkels, Stephen A Coldwater 

Bacon, William Oro Station 

Baker, Isaac, F. S. McKellar 

Barker, W. R Richmond Hill 

Barkweil. J. H., M.A.(W.Sla ) Toronto 

Barkwell, W. J. BA Streetgville 

Barrass, Edw d, M.A., F.S., Kleinburg 
Bartley, Thos. E.... Pickering Circuit 
Baskerville. J. (Sup d) Manitowaning 

Bee, Wm. (Sup d) Toronto 

Bedford, John Thessalon 

Bedford, A Sandford 

Benson, Manly Toronto 

Beynon, Geo. (Sup d) Brampton 

Bishop, G. J. (DM. ,Swp<,)....Uxbridge 

Blanchard, Shem Alton 

Blackstock, Wm. S Toronto 

Boddy, James College, Toronto 

Bowell J P Nicola 

Booth, Wm Richmond Hill 

Boyle, Robert (Sup d) Brampton 

Briggs, W. (Book Steward).... Toronto 
"Brown, George Hampton 



Brown, George West Ess 

Brown, George M Streetsvillo 

Brown, W. P Mineping 

Brown, Alfred Gravenhurst 

Brown, Hugh A. ..College, Bracebridge 

Burns, Robert N., B.A Toronto 

Burwash, N. S Homing s Mills 

Bryant, Cornelius Sumas 

Cade, Robert (Fin. Sec.)... Orangeville 

Campbell. Peter Weston 

Campbell, Thos. (Pin. Se,c.) Bondhead 
Campbell, T. W., B.D. (Without Sta n) 
Carroll, John, D.D. (Sup d) . .Toionto 
Cattanach, David (,S%> rf)....Markhani 

Chapman, J. A., M.A Port Arthur 

Clarke, George Honey wood 

Clarke, R. C. (Dis. Supt.) Parry Sound 

Clement, Edwin Paikdale 

Cochran, Geo.,/7 D., Tokio, Japan Col. 

Cocking. Chas Tokio, Japan 

Courtice, A. C College 

Conron, Matthew B Allandale 

Creighton, Kennedy Toronto 

Crosby, T. (Dist. Supt.). .Port Simpson 
Cullen, Thomas (Fin. Sec.).... Toronto 
Caldwell. W. J., B.A... Scarboro East 

Cuyler, W. 8 Bella Bella 

Crompton, Thos. (Sup d) Barrie 

Demill, A. B. (Sitp y) Oshawa 

Dewart, E H., D.D. (Editor).. Toronto 

Deegeer, J. (Sup y) Brooklin 

Deeprose, Chas Windermere 

Dennis, J. (Without Station). 

Dobs-on, C. J Prince Albert 

Doel, John (Sup y) Toronto 

Douse. John (Sup d) Lefroy 

Down, Samuel (Sup d).... Warminster 

Dowler, John A Mono Mills 

Dowloy, W. J., BA Delta 

Dunlop, Thomas. Unionville 

Eby, C. E., M.A Tokio 

Egan, J Port Carlins: 

Edwards, George Mount Albert 

Edwards, Thomas Newtonbrook 

Edgar, James, M.D Toronto 

Elliott, William College 

Elias, Wm., Christian and B l Islands 

Fawcett, Michael Maple 

Ferguson, T. A. (Sup d.) Toronto 

Ferguson. J. J College 

Ferrier, W Gore Bay 

Ferrier. Thompson Tyrone 

Foster, Thomas (Sup d) Uxbrids;e 

Fox, Thomas Huntsville 

Franks, David Scarboro West 

Flint, Paul Singhampton 

Foster, J. (Sup d) Avecing 

German, J. F., M.A. (D.Sup) Brampton 
Glover, T. W. (Without Sta.)...Toronto 

Gold. Isaac, (Sup d.) Uxbridge 

Goodman, John Albion West 

Green, Alfred Naas 

Griffith, T., MA. (Sec. of Con.) Toronto 

Haddon, Thomas Wellington 

Hall, T. W Clinton 

Hall, Joseph Burrard Inlet 

Hall, Wm Hillsdale 

Hare, J. J., M.A. (Ladies Col) Whitby 

Harper, H Etobicoke 

Hassard, R Manchester 

Holgate, Joseph Utterson 

Hemlaw, R. B Alma 

Harper, E. B., D.D.(D.S.) Collingwood 
Harper, C.. B.A. ( Without Sta) Barrie 

Hiraiwa, Yoshiyasu Shidzuoka 

Harano, Hicotaro Shidzuoka 

Hashinoto, Bokushi Numadzu 

Hewitt, G. W., B.A Angus 

Hicks, Wm.. (Sup d) Thornhill 

Hicks, W. T Brampton West 

Hill, Newton Thornbury 

Hill, Edward Stayner 

Hill, L. W., B.A Vroomanton 

Hill, R. N. (Sup y) Huntsville 

Hodgson, John, (Sup d) Toronto 

Howard, I. B. (Sup d.) Toronto 

Howson, W. G Pickering 

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Hunt, John Meaford 

Hunter, S. J Toronto 

Hughan. W. S Shelburne 

Harris, John Epsom 

Hunt, G. S Koran 

Holnate, Joseph Utterson 

Hopkins. George F Kit-a-mat 

Idle, Dunning Albion North 

Jacques. George (Sup d) Brampton 

Jeffery.T W Toronto 

Jennings, David (Sup d).... Davenport 

Jennings, D Port Essington 

Johnston, Hugh, B.D Toronto 

Johnron. C Toronto 

Jolliffe, T. W Toronto 

Jones, P , Sutton 

Keain, Frank C Pickering 

Kenny, Geo. (Sup d) Bruce Mines 

Keough, T. S Toronto 

Kerr, J. M Toronto 

Kenner, Wm Myrtle 

Laird, J. G. (Dist. Supt.)... Orangeville 

Laird, W. H Toronto 

Langford, Charles ( Without Station). 

Large. R Bolton 

Langdon. J. (Sup d) Prince Albert 

Lee. George F Amaranth 

Leek, W St. Joseph s Island 

Leggott, T. W Queensville 

Liddy, James Bradf. rd 

Locke, J. H Brampton 

Locke, John College 

Lynch, J Queensville 

Leech, J. (Left without Station). 

Leonard, T Brampton East 

Laidlaw. Wm Burke s Falls 

Lomas, Wm. (Sup d.) 

Madden, D B (Sup d). .Prince Albert 

Madden, W. H Sutton 

Mfihtn. John Bradford 

Manley, John G. (Sup y)... . Deer Park 

M nning, H. M Cooksville 

Manning. Chas. E Cookstown 

Mears, John. 

Marshall, Wm Holland Landing 

Mathewson, James Toronto 

Mathews, H. S. (D.Supt.). Bracebridtre 

Metcalfe, J. F Oshawa 

Meacbam, G. M., D.D Tokio 

Miller, George. . t Willowdate 

Milner, Jonathan Toronto 

Morgan, John. ...... . .Manitowaning 

Me Al 1 inn. J. W Davenport 

McClui >g. James Sunderland 

McCullough, Robert Roseraont 

M<-Diarmid,N.A (D .Supt.) S.Ste. Marie 
McDonald, D., M.D. (D. SMP.)... Tokio 

McDonald, Wm. Magnetewan 

McDowell, Henry Cookstown 

McFadden, Wm. (Sup d)... Brampton 

Mi Intyre. Charles E Toronto 

MeKee. Thomas. 

M"Kee, Robert Scarboro West 

McTavish, Hector W Toronto 

McAllister, James College 

Moore, H Brooklin and Columbus 

Nixon, W College 

Ockley, John F.. Port Perry 

Patterson, J. W...Spuliemcheen, B.C. 

Pattyson, W. A. V Markham 

Pauil, Ernest F , Rosseau 

Pierce Wm. H Bella Coola 

Pearen, J. A , M.A.... Yonge St. South 

Perry, Chas. E St. Vincent 

Philp, S. C. (Sup d) Prince Albert 

Philp, S. C., jun Markham 

Philp, John, M.A Toron to 

Pickering. John Eglinton 

Pollard, W. (Sup d.) Victoria, B.C. 

Percival, Wm Victoria, B.C. 

Pinch, R Severn Bridge 

Pirritte, W. (Dist. Supt.)... Newmarket 

Phelps, J Aurora 

Real, Joseph R College 

Reid. Thomas R Scarboro Kast 

Reid, Thomas Sandfleld 

Reid, John W Manchester 



1885.] 



CLERGY. 



Ill 



Richardson, G. T Campbell s Cross 

Richardson. Wm Dalston 

Rod well. Wm. A Rosemont 

Roach, Wm. R Adjala 

Rose. Samuel, D.D. (Sup d).... Toronto 

Rossi Herbert C Davisville 

Rice, S. V.,D.D.(Gen. Supt.)...ToTonto 

Rice. J. P. (Sup y) Brampton 

Richard, A Newcastle 

Robson. E., F. S Nanaimo, B.C. 

Roberts. E (Dist. SupO.Bowmanville 

Rutledge, George Weston 

Redditt, John Brooklin 

Robins. Paul (S;> <Z) Bowmanville 

Sallows, Edward (Sup d) Collingwood 

Salt, Allan Parry Island 

Salton, Samuel Newtonville 

Sanderson, Robert Bcugog 

Sanderson, J. E., M.A Aurora 

Savage. J. W Aurora 

Scales. Wm. (Sup d) Oshawa 

Scott, N. E Seagrave 

Scott, Thomas Las kay 

Simpsen, J M Cooksville 

Simpson. C. A Claremont 

Simpson, J. (Sup y.) Orangeville 

Seccumhe, W.. Maple Ridge, Yale.B C. 

Shaw, John (Dist. Supt.) Orillia 

Shaw, Calvin Maxwell 

Shorev. Sidney S Oshawa 

Shuttleworth. John (Sup d)... Toronto 

Silvester. C. (Sup d) Toronto 

Sins, Samuel . Penetanguii-hene 

Smile>, John, M.A. (Sup d). .Toronto 

Smith Wm. E. (Sup d) Torrnto 

Smith. James Whitchnrch 

Snowdon, Thomas Tnnisfil 

Speer, James E., P. S. .Little Current 

Starr, J. H. (Sup d) Parkdalo 

Starr, J. E Toronto 

Stevenson, G. W Heathcote 

Stevenson, R. (Sup y) Maxwell 

Stevenson, James A Fort William 

Stratigwtiys. Briton Dunchureh 

Stewart, J. W Schomberg 

Strachan, Richard Midland 

Sutherland. A.. D.D. (Pres.)... Toronto 

Sueiyama, Hiroku Tokio 

Tate. C. M . . . Flat Head Indians, B.C. 

Thompson, James Avening 

Thorn, James. B.A Brampton East 

Totten. J. W Thornhill 

Tucker, William B College 

Toye, Reuben (Sup y) McKt-Uar 

Toyama. Kohei Tokio 

Taylor, C Hampton 

Thornley. Wm innisfil 

Trollope, J. A Uffiugton 

Vickery. John Ravenna 

Walker, Robert Tyrone 

Walker, George Lloydtown 

Washington, G., MA Mono Road 

Washington. W. C Cartwright 

Wass, John B., M.A Got id wood 

Watson.C. (Dist. Supt.)$. Westminster 

Wetherell. W Garden River 

Webber, George Alliston 

Whitlock. J South Darlington 

Wilkinson, Henry (Sup d). . . Stayner 

Wilkinson, J. W Bondhead 

Wilkinson, J. M., B A Barrie 

Will. P. D. (Sup d) Toronto 

Williams. Thomas (Sup d) Orillia 

Willmott. J. C., M.A Stouffville 

Willoughby, N.R., M.A. (D.S.) Whitby 

Wilson. Wm. F Collingwood 

WithrowW.H..O D.(Ed.Mag )Toronto 

Whittington, R., M.A Tokio 

Wood, George Malton 

Wood,E.,Z>.D.(.H<m.Jlfi. ( S!c.)Davenp rt 

Wood, James A Maple Bay 

Wright, Stewart Malton 

Well wood, N Sandford 

Wetherell, M J Bruce Mines 

Yamanaka, Yemu Tokio 

Yuki. Munizo Hamamatsu 

Young, Egerton R., F.S- Bowman ville 



LONDON CONFERENCE. 

Rev. E. B. Ryckman, D.D..Pres. of dm. 
Rev. W. S. Pascoe, Sec. of Conference. 

Allin, Samuel J Louisville 

Andrews, G. W., B.A Morpeth 

Auger, R. (Sup d) .North Chatham 

Austin, B. F., B.D. Prin. Alma College 

Baker, George Bosanquet 

Barltrop, Charles Kerwood 

Bennett, George (Sup d) Delaware 

Bartlett. Samuel T Dorchester 

Blatchford, T. W.. B.A Strathroy 

Bristol, Charles W Goldsmith 

Brown, G. I Fin. Sec.). North Chatham 
Brown. ~W.Q.,M.A.(fin.Sec.}Sfnit^e\d. 

Bryers. Wm. (Fin. Sec.) Parkhill 

Bunt, Wm. C Wilkesport 

Burdett, Cheney Sydenham 

Butt. Wm. H London 

Chapman. W London 

Clement. B. (Sup d) Aylmer 

Cobb, Thomas Fingal 

Cooper. Wm. H lona 

Collins. John M. (Sup d) Florence 

Cosford, T. (Sup d) New Brighton 

Coupland, T. B. . , .Appin and Napier 

Couzens, Charles C Bismarck 

Crews, H. W., B.A Strathroy 

Crews, L. W., B.A London 

Crews, Thomas Dorchef-ter 

Cridland. Wm Brigden 

Deacon, Joseph Grand Bend 

Dickson, G. N. A. F. T Exeter 

Earle, Theophilus R Tyrconnell 

Edwards, Abel S Muncey 

Edwards. Wm. W Harrow 

Evans, E.. D.D. (Sup d) London 

Eyr;on, J H. (Sup d) Exeter 

Fallis. John G Corunna 

Fansber, Walter Essex Centre 

Ferguson. John A Sylvan 

Fessant. Edwin Centralia 

Fife. Wm. H Courtwright 

Fletcher, Win M Shedden 

Ford. James E Siloain 

Ford, Wm. J Port Stanley 

Fowler, Robert, M.D. (Sup d). London 
Freeman. J. B , B D. ( Without a Stat n) 

Freeman, J. W , B.D Bothwell 

Fryer. John P. ( Without a Station) 

Gaetz, Leonard (Sup d) London 

Qane, Wm. H Elimville 

Garbutt, Reuben. J Thorndale 

Godwin. Wm London East 

Graham, James (Supt.) Windsor 

Gundy, James Vienna 

Gundy, Joseph R. (Supt.)... Ridgetown 

Going, Arthur H Dawn Mills 

Griffin, Michael Qlencoe 

Griffith, A. E. (Sup d) St. Thomas 

Hadwen, Thomas (Sup d) . . . .London 

Himilton, Richard T Brownsville 

Hmna, Thomas (Sup d). .Wallaeebwrg 

Hardie, David (Sup d) Strathroy 

Harris, A. G. (Fin. S C.). .Leamington 
Harrison. T. E (Student). . . Montreal 

Hayhurst, Wm Watford 

Henderson, G. W. London East 

Henderson, John Marthaville 

Henderson, Wm Wyoming 

Hvworth, A. (Sup d) Chatham 

Hill Joseph (Sup d). ..Port Lambton 

Hodaon, J. M., B.A Amherstburg 

Holmes. Edwin Westminster 

Holmes, James E Westminster 

Holmes, John Nilestown 

Howey. Richard A Goldsmith 

Hugi ins, W. (Sup d) Wanstead 

Hughson, W. D. (Sup d) Delaware 

Hurlburt, E Oneida 

Irvine, Samuel Hoodslee 

Ivison, James A Point Edward 

Jackson, G...Wardsville and Newbury 

Jackson, Thomas Birr 

Jewitt, George Florence 

Johnson, George H Comber 

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Jones, Peter W Thedford 

Kfclley, Samuel J Malabide 

Kennedy, DaTid M Higbgate 

Kennedy, James Thorndale 

Kennedy, James Melbourne 

Kerr, George J ...Brigden 

Kerr, John L Dawn Mills 

Kershaw, Edward Blenheim 

Kirkland, John H. (Student) Montreal 

Knott, Stephen Melrose 

Lanceley, E London West 

Latiiuer, J. F. (Sup y) London 

Lawreuce.B.(.S^ djWard8v e<4Newb y 

Little, Wm. J Pelee Island 

Livingstone, James Florence 

L^cke, Hugh W Dresden 

Lounsbury, E. (Fin. Sec.). St. Thomas 

Mason, Thomas PortLambton 

Mtdd, Emmanuel Mimville 

Middleton, Eli London 

Miers, Peter South Mersea 

Milliken, Andrew St. Clair 

Millyard, Reuben Kingsville 

Mitchell, J....Wardsville & Newbury 

Moore, Jame^ E Mount Bridges 

Morton, Wm St. Johns 

Muxworthy, Samuel W Qesto 

MeAHster.W G H ,B.A. Charing Cross 

McCollum, E. (Sup y) Ridgetewn 

McCutcheon, Thomas L Selton 

MeDonagh, Wm (Supt.) Sarnia 

Molntosh, Walter C Petrolia 

McNair, Thomas R Springfield 

Nattrass, T. (Sup d) London 

Neelands, John Adelaide 

Netbercott, James C Brooke 

Orme, James H Thamesville 

Parker, W.R., M.A. (Supt.). St.Thomas 
Parsons, R. C. (Fin. Sec.). .Ridgetown 

Pascoe, W. S. (Sec.of Con.) Exeter 

PatcheH, T. H. ( Without a Station). 

Penhall, Wm Bryanston 

Philp, Joseph Talbotville 

Phillips, John R Cottam 

Pickard, Mahlon Muirkirk 

Pomeroy, Daniel ( Without a Station). 

Pomeroy, Wm. M Delaware 

Preston, Walton Walpole Island 

Quance, Wm Alvinston 

Redmond. Richard Tupperville 

Reynolds, John Avon 

Rigsby, Walter Brownsville 

Rolibins, John. Belmont 

RoHnson, J. H. (Sup d) London 

Rus-ell, Alfred L , B.D Forest 

Russell, John Fairfield 

Ryan. David (Sup d) ....London 

Ryckman, E. B.. D.D. (Pres.)... London 
Sanderson.G.R.O.fl.CSMpt). Strathroy 

Sanderson, J. (Sup y) Tyrconnell 

Saunby, J. W. (Student) Cobourg 

Saunders, A. (Student) Cobourg 

Savage, David Petrolia 

Schram, G. A. (Sup y) St. Thomas 

Scott, John G. (Supt.) Chatham 

Scott, Edmund E Charing Cross 

Shaw, Wm. H Warwick 

Shepherd. Wm. W Muncey 

Smith, Charles Wallaceburg 

Smith, John V. (Fin. Sec.) London 

Smith, Nathaniel (Without a Station). 

Snyder. Adam I Arkona 

Stacey, Frank B London East 

Staples, Samuel G., B A Oil City 

Stiuson, Joseph H Oil Springs 

Stonehouse, James. Caradoc 

Sutherland, D. G.. LL.B London 

Swift. J.R.(Sup d) Wardsville& Newb y 

Teeter, C Kingsville (Ruthven) 

Thomas, K. ( Without a Station). 

Thompson, George H Lambeth 

Thompson, Robert Wanstead 

Treleaven, Richard J... New Brighton 

Tufford. John C. (Sup d) Malabide 

Tyler, Henry D Blenheim 

Veale. John Crediton 

Vollick, Charles W Malahide 



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Waddell, R. H., B.D St. Thomas 

Ward, Joseph, B.A Sparta 

Warner, K. I., M.A. Prof. Alma College 
Webster, T., D.D. (Sp c().Ward8ville 

Weir, George S Camlachie 

Wells. Charles P....Appin and Napier 

Whitiug, James Dresden 

Wickett, Lewis W London East 

Williston, John R. (Sup d) .Strathroy 

Wilson, Jasper, B.A Camlachie 

Wood, John M Botany 

Yelland, John G...., Dover 

Yokom, Wm. (S tp d) Sarnia 

MONTREAL CONFERENCE. 

Rev. W. Galbraith, LL.B., President. 
Kev. James Allen, M.A., Secretary. 

Hers. W. J. Crothers, M.A., and Jos 
H. Chant, Asst. Sees. 

Rev. Wm. Jackson, Journal Secretary. 

Adams, William East Bolton 

Adkiiis, Thos. 0. (Sup y). .Lansdowne 

Allen, James, M.A Octawa West 

Allum, Carl Clarendon I 

Armstrong, John St. John s ) 

Austin, William Suttou i 

Andrews, John H Elgin 

Awde, James, 5..4...Montieal Eighth 

Baldwin, Charles D Island Brook 

Barnett, William Delta 

Beaudry, Louis N.... Montreal Centre 

Bell, Thomas Little Metis 

Bell, G. A., Seeley s Bay & Lyndhurst 

Blair, William, B A Farmersville 

Bland, Henry F Kingston Second 

Bland, Salem G., B.A. Kingston First 

Bland, Charles E..,.. Lansdowne 

Bond Stephen Stansteid 

Borland, John(Sup d), Montreal First 
Brock, James Sup d)... Kingston First 
Briggs, 8. G. (Left without appl.) 

Brown, Thomas Carleton Place 

Brown, W. D Amherst Island 

Brown, Wm. (Sup d) Iroqu6is 

Brill, David Lombardy 

Brown, D. (Sup d) Aultsville 

Bruce, D. G Mallorytown 

Cairnf, Hugh Knowlton 

Campbell, Alex Montreal Seventh 

Card, Stephen Brockville 

Chambers, A.B., LL.B. Montreal Sixth 

Chambers, A C Inkerman 

Chant, Jo-sph H Collins- by 

Chisholm, Francis Lyn 

Chown, Samuel D., .B..4.,.KemptviiIe 

Clipsham, John W Frelighsburg 

Cornell, Joseph C Riee\ille 

Con ley, Lewis Mattawa 

Couley, T. B., B.A... Portage du Fort 

Constable, T. D. (Sup d) Cookshire 

Coolidge, Hermon Leslie 

Crai=?, Wm North Augusta 

Crane, Edward W Matilda 

Crookshanks, S. Melbourne & B. Louis 
Crowle, Fred. W,, B.A, Longueuil, etc 

Crothers, W. J., MA Morrisburg 

Crummy, Eber (Stti.). Victoria College 

Curtin, Charles J Lawrenceville 

Davis, Geo H (Sup d) Peterboro 

DeGruchy, Edward.... Actonvale, etc. 

Delong, Francis Mason ville 

Dekmg, Albert At Leeds 

Doriou. Jos. A. Oka 

Douglas,G.,ZL..D.(P. W.T.C.)Klontrea.\ 

Drennan, Alex (Sup d) Hudson 

Dorion. T. A. ...Danville, Watton, etc. 

Dyre, Wm. R Newboro 

Eaglenon. J. S. (M.)...Wesl nTh. Col. 

Eanon. Richird Windsor Mills 

Earl. Joseph... Arnprior 

Eldridge, Gardners Lancaster 

Ellery, Samuil... Winchester Springs 

Elliott, James, D.D Pembroke 

Elliott, Jas. (Stu.).... Victoria College 



Ellis, J. D. (Stu.) Wesleyan Theo. Col. 

English, Wm. (Sup d) Granby 

Ellis, W. J Calabogie 

Ferguson, John South Mountain 

Follick, Joseph Bryson 

Flanders, Chas. R., B.A.... Bebe Plain 

Forsey, George Prescott 

Fowkse, John Metwlt e 

Fowler, J. El., M.A... Riviere du Loup 

Fowler, Hiram Stukeley 

Freshman, J. (Sup d) Montreal Second 
Galbraith, W,Li.fl.(fV.Cow.)Montrtal 
Garrett, J. C. (E. M.Taylor).Chanibly 
Geoffroy, A., Stukely Mills, N.& S. Ely 

George, J. H., B.A Ottawa 

Gibson, John Wolfe Island 

Gifford, Gorham A., 5-4. ..Lansdowne 

Grenfell, John Clarenceville 

Graham, Wm. Henry Lennoxville 

Hagar, J. M., M. A.. West Winchester 

Hall, Wm., M.A Gananoque 

Hansford, Wm Ottawa East 

Hanson, C.A. (Sup d) Montreal Eighth 

Hardie, A., M.A .-tanstead College 

Harris. T. S. (Stu.) Wesleyan Th. Col. 

Haylock, Jos. J Verona 

Henderson, James... Montreal Fourth 
Henderson, A. (Stu.) Wesl an Th. Col. 

Henderson, Wm. G Augusta 

Hiscocks, John (Sup y) Lachute 

Holdtn, Alva Maberly 

Holmes, &..L.,M.A.(Pr.) Stanstead Col. 

Holmes, John Three Rivers 

Hooker, Leroy Kingston First 

Homer, R. C. (Stu.)... Victoria College 
Houghton, Luther (Sup y). Brockville 

Huutington, Silas North Bay 

Hunt, H rancis (Sup y).... Lennoxville 

Hicks, John B Agnes 

Huiihes, Silas J., M.A Danville 

Huxtable, Qeo. G Chesterville 

Howard, Erastus S Inverness 

Harris, Thomas Cowansville 

Irvine, Henry (Sup y) Arnprior 

Jackson, Wm Montreal Fifth 

Jackson, Sain. (Sup y). . Freligesburg 

Jaiuiesun, Wm. S, M.A Laculle 

Jolliffe, Wm. J., B.C.L Coaticook 

Jones, C. A.... Thiirso (Yarker P. 0.) 
Johnston, A. (Stu.)... Victoria C >llege 
Kendall, S. C.... Play fair and Glentay 

Kines, James Montreal Third 

Knowles, Henry W Lachute 

Knowlton, Fred. B (Sup d).... Verona 

Knox, Wm Beachburg 

Krupp, Hy Fraukville and Toledo 

Lawrence, Chas. H St. Henri 

Lawson, James Cooden 

Larmour, James. ...Cobden (Locksley) 
Lett, Francis Q.(Stu.) Victoria College 
Longley, Bdnj., B J.....Cttawa Centre 
Lucas, D. V., M.A... Montreal Four h 

Lidstone, Jos.E Elginburg 

Madge, W. W. B.A... Montreal Ninth 

Mark. R., M.D. (Sup d) Ottawa 

Maud-iley, S. E. (Sup d). Hemminsford 

Mavety, John E Kingston Third 

McAdoo, S N. (Stu.). Victoria College 

McCann, Alfred Iroquois 

McAmmond, Thos... Eastons Corners 

McDowell, J. V Ashton 

McDonald, M. (Sup d) Stanstead 

McGill, Wm Waterloo 

McRitchie. George Almonte 

Meyers, Henry Hemmingf >rd 

Meyer, Fred. W. A....HendeiBonville 

Miller, Wm. W Battersea 

Might, Samuel (Sup d) Preseott 

Mussell, J. A. (Stu.)... Victoria College 

Mansell, Thos. J West Brome 

Norton, Wm Bearbrook 

O Hara, James (Sup d) Odelltown 

Olivant, E Inverary 

Oliver, Robert F Manotick 

Osborne. John C North Wakefield 

Orser. A. R Wolford 

Parent, Amand Waterloo 

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Pearson, Wm Carp 

Pierce, Barry Robinson 

Peck, Wm Harrowsmith 

Perley, Wm. F Cardinal 

Philp, Wm Richmond 

Phi!lips,S.G. Billings Bridge a Nep n 

Pinel, Joseph Montreal Centre 

Pitcher, J. X Sherbrooke 

Porter, George H., B.A Comptou 

Potts, John, D.D Montreal First 

Poyser. George C Sydenham 

Pyke, Wm Lans Inwne West 

Petit, Eugene Ottawa and Hull 

Quinn, S. (Student). . .Victoria College 

Radley, Alfred A Combermere 

Raney, Wm Spencerville 

Read, F. A Cook~hire 

Redgrave.C.A. Billings BridneANcu n 

Rennie, T. (Sup d) Walter s Falls 

Reynolds, Francis C Pakenham 

Richardson, James E Granby 

Rilance, Wm Pittsburg 

Roadhouse, Job West Faruham 

Robinson, Richard Sawyerville 

Rogers, George Bedford (Upper) 

Robesoa, J. B Haley s Station 

Richards, Thomas W \Vihuur 

Robertson, Arch. G Oxford Mills 

Ryan, Wm....Ormstown & Valleyfield. 

Sadler, Mitchel Montreal West 

Sanderson, D. C Avonmore 

Sanderson, W. (Sup d) Kingston 

Blunders, J.B.(Oow.). Stanstead College 

Scanlon, John North Gower 

Scott, Wm. (Sup d)... Ottawa and Hull 

Service, Wm Addison 

Shaler, Henry (Sup d) Kemptville 

Shaw, W..I. M.A,LL.B. Montreal First 
Sheridan, W. (Sup d), Kingston Second 

Shibley, Samuel Onslow 

P hort, William 

Shortt, W. K., M.A Renfrew 

Short, Alex. ( Without, appointment). 
Short, Robt. ( Without appointment). 

Shorey, Edmund S Catsraqui 

Simpson, James Maitland 

Smith, A. A Cornwall 

Smith, Daniel (Sup d) Beachburg 

Smith, Wm Bishop s Mills 

Smith, R (Student)... Victoria College 

Smith, Wm. T Ulverton 

Sparling, J W,, M.A., B.D Quebec 

Sparling, W. H., B.A Dunham 

Sproule, F. H. (Stud.) Victoria College 

Stewart. John Aultsville 

Stewart, John H Vankleek Hill 

Steunin*;, George Ne^v Glasgow 

Somerville, W. (Student) Wos. Th. Col. 
Stilwell, Reuben. . . .Kingston Fourth 
Sparliuar, VV. (Student). ..Wes. Th. Col. 

Taylor, Melviu Magog 

Taylor, Edward H Fitzroy Harbor 

Taylor, Ernest M., M.A Chambly 

Teeson, Samuel St. Armand 

Tennant, Klisha Westmeath 

Thurlow, Isaac E Chelsea 

Timb-rlake, Wm Aylmer 

Topping, Nassau B Raw don 

Teek, R. G., B.A Greuville 

Visser, A. H Berwick 

Vien, Ovid Montreal East 

Walton, John Merrickville 

Watson, James West Shefford 

Watts, Asa Sharbot Lake 

Webster. John.... Newington 

Wells, Wm Pittsburg 

Wheatley, Isaac. . .Hatley & Cassvillo 

Whiting, Richard Perth 

Whiteside, A.Gaspe Basin & Anticosti 

Weese, W. W Lakefield 

Wilkinson, ISSMC. . . . Franklin Centre 

Williams, Thomas G Brockville 

Wilson, John, B.A Huntin<?ton 

Wilson, Richard Smith s Falls 

Winter, D Conference Evangelist 

White, Gilbert S Moulinette 

Young, Henry A Barnston 



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NIAGARA CONFERENCE. 

Rev. J. A Williams, D.D., Pres. Con. 
Rev. Alex. Langfoid, Sec. of Con. 

Adams, Ezra Tintern 

Ames, William Otteiville 

Antlin". J. C., M. A., B.D.. Brantford 

Archer, Joseph Dereham 

Atkins, Thomas J Fenwick 

Athoe, Thomas SweaV.org 

Balmer, W. J. (Student). Victoria Col. 

Bixter, J. (Sup d) Ridgeway 

Baxter, M. i Sup d) .. Feiiwiek 

Bell, James P Zimmerman 

Bennett, C . B. A Townsenl 

Bloods worth, J. A. (Stu) . . Albert Col. 
Bowlby, C. S- (Stw)-.Mon. Theo. Col. 

Boyd, Thomas Millgn.ve 

Bretliour, D. L (Din. Sup d). . Milton 

Bristol, B. (Sup d) Jerseyville 

Bristol, E. (tup d) Ancaster 

Bjock, Thos. (Uis. Sup d) Paris 

Bro-.vu, Thninas J.. .. Welland West 

Browuell, Daniel E Oakville 

Burns, A., D D., LL.D Hamilton 

Burns, Kobert Ridgeway 

Calvert, Ueorge W.. .. Niagara Kails 
Carson, W. Wellington. ... Hamilton 
Cassidy, F A., B.A. .. .Brantford 

Chambers, D. (Fin. Sec.) Jarvis 

Cleaver, Solomon, B.A Niagara 

Clarke, Edward J Plattsville 

Clark, tie... (Fin. Sec.) .. Welland East 

Clarke, Thomas R Plattsville 

Clement, Eptiraim L Rockford 

Cohoe, Benjamin L Brant 

Culeman, K. (xup d) Hamilton 

Coliamure, O G. (Fin.Sec.).. Palermo 

Colling. Ihos., B.A Beamsville 

Collins, James H Hamilton 

Co,,k, Henry A Wellandport 

C->ok. H. B. (Sup d) Straffordville 

Cookman, Christopher .... Trafalgar 

Cooley, John W Jerseyville 

Cosens, Charles W Jarvis 

Cosford, H. M. (Stu). .Mon. Theo. Col. 

Crews, Albert C Hamilon 

Cross, William Grand River 

Cutler, J. B. (Sup dJ Ker 

Davis, John T Springford 

Deacon. Charles Port Rowan 

Dean, George W Delhi 

Duff, Robert Tapleytown 

Dyer, James B Ancaster 

Ecker, Daniel Poit Robinson 

Edwards, Andrew Cal douia 

Elliott, John Rich wood 

Elliott, Robert J Glanford 

Emory, Vernou H.. ..St. Catharines 
Evaiib, John S. (Sup d).. ..Hamilton 

Fan-child, J. F Eastwood 

Ferguson, George Bartonville 

Foote, James G Louth 

Fonnau, Richard J Hagarsville 

Gardiner, James, O.C.L. ..Princeton 
Garnhain, W. H. (Stu).. Victoria Col. 

Gee, Abrain L Brantford 

German, PeU r ( > itp d) . . .. Cainsville 

Gilbert, C. W. M. (Sup d) Delhi 

Goodwin, James Waterford 

Grifliii, David (Sup d). . Straflfordville 

Hall, Harvt-.y .vl Caistorville 

Harris, Henry St. Catharines 

Haynes, P. (Sup y) Beamsville 

H izelwood, James H.. Humberstcme 
Histon, John (Sup d).. . .Burlington 
Holibs, Richard.... Mount Pleasant 

Hockey, John E Oxford Centre 

Hol len, Samuel Falkland 

Howard, Thomas S Fairrield 

Hunt, David Lowville 

Hunter, Wm J., D.D Hamilton 

Jackson, Thos- W.. West Flamboro 

Jamieson, Walters Stamford 

Jefferis, Thos. M. ( up d).. Oakville 
Jolley, W. C. (Sup d) Norwich 

H 



Kay, John (Fin. Sec.) Thorold 

Kappele, Stephen Cayuga 

Reams, Oavid Bertie 

Keefer. B. B. (Sup y) Hamilton 

Kelly, D. Ward Rainham 

Kennedj , Albert Bookton 

Kennedy, Geo. (Sup d) Ingersoll 

Kennedy, James H Troy 

Kerruish, Thomas L Kelvin 

Kettlewell. William Ingersoll 

Kirby, G. W. (Stu).. .. Victoria Col. 

Koyle, E. H. (Stu) Victoria Col. 

Laing, Byron (Stu) Albert Col, 

Laird, James Straft ordville 

Lauceley, John E Burlington 

Laugford, A. (Sec. of Co a.). Hamilton 

Laatou, H. (Sup d) Hamilton 

Lavell,C...W.A.(Sup d).NiagaraFaUs 

Lawrence, G. (Sup d) Ingersoll 

Layoock, John Ingersoll 

Livingston, H. G Glanford 

Lucy, John College 

Lund, William (Sup d).. Woodstock 
McCartney, James H . . . . St. George 

McKeuzie, D. M. (Sup d) Milton 

McLean, Hugh . . Salford 

Maitland, Robert R Grimsby 

Masson, James (Dis. Supt.}. Danville 
Maxwell, W. J. (Fin. See.).Brantford 

Miller, Aaron D Kinglake 

Mitchell, G. A., B.A ..Niagara Falls 

Mooney, James Stouey Creek 

Moore, Chadea A Lynden 

Moore, Thomas A Drumbo 

Morrow, C. R. (Fin,. Sec.).Strathaliau 

Newton, William York 

Odery, Joseph Hamilton 

Onne, T. H. , M , A Kelvin 

Pearson, T. D. (Sup d).. ..Brantford 
Prescott, W. K.. ..Burlington Plains 
Phelps, Richard (S^ip d).. Hamilton 
Preston, J. (Sup d).. Mount Pleasant 

Robinson, John H Trafalgar 

Ross, J. "i., M.A.,(F. Sec. J.Tilson burg 

Rowe, Richard B Cathcart 

Rump, T. (Sup d).... St. Catharines 
Russ, A. E., AI.A.fDig.SuptJ.Suucoe 

Russ, James E Towsend 

Saunders, John, M.A bmithville 

!>canlan, Richard W Walsh 

Sifton, John W., B.A Victoria 

Slater, J. C. (Sup d) Hagarsvile 

Smith, Appleton Cliippavva 

Smith, JohnT Washington 

Smith, Wray R Teeterville 

Snider, David W Hamilton 

Stewart, John Mountsburg 

Stewart, S. (Sup dJ.. .... Jerseyville 

Stevenson, E. B., B.A Oakland 

Stobbs, Thomas Carlisle 

Stringfellow, Charles .... Caiusville 

Sweet, E. E.fSup dJ Brautford 

Taylor, David H Courtland 

Teeple, William M caruboro 

Terwilligar, S. (Sup ti) Ingersoll 

Thompson, Daniel W Lyndoch 

Towler, John (Sup d) .... Brantford 
Trimble, Thomas B...... Camsville 

Tiuax, Albert Hagarsville 

VanWyck, J., K.A Hamilton 

Voaden, Thomas Sheffield 

Vollick, W. N . . . . Walsingham Centre 
Wakerield, John (Sup d).. Brantford 

Walker, William Selkirk 

Walsh, William Fouthill 

Washington, G. fSupy) Oakville 

Watson, W. C. , M. A Waterdo wn 

Weaver, Francis G New Credit 

Webb, James Barton 

Wilkinson, Thos. L. (Without Stat n) 

Wilson, J. V. (Snp d/ Danville 

Wilson, Samuel Port Dover 

Williams, David f Sup d) Delhi 

Williams, Elias fSup d\ Brantford 

WULiams,J.A.,>.D./P/V.St.Cath nes 
Williams, W. (Dis.Sit.pt.). Woodstock 

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Williamson, J. S, (O.Supt). Norwich 
Willoughby, W. (Sup d).. ..Ingersoll 

Winslow, Joseph W Springford 

Woodsworth, R. VV. (^.,Sec,).Dimdas 
Wright, Robert W Oxford Centre 

BAY OF QUINTE CONFERENCE. 

Rev. James Curts, President. 
RLV. Jno. Bivdin, D.D., Secretary. 
Rev. Juo. J. Rice, Assist. Secretary, 
Rev. W. H. Elmsley, Journal Sec. 

Allen, Hiram Cauuifton 

Ash, John C Shannouville 

Adams, R. N Bath 

Anderson, Jus. (Fin. Sec.ASlillbrook 

Allin. Roger Little Britain 

Adam, Alexander L.. .. Bobcaygeon 

Andrews, J. W Tweed 

Biid, William (Sup d) Belleville 

Bodle, Geo. (Sup y).. Belleville West 

Betts, L. A. (Sup d) Napanee 

Bredin, J..D.D. (Sec. Con.). Brighton 
Brideu, Wm. (Fin. Sec.).. Newburgh 

Bates, M. J Yarker 

Baker, E. N., M.A Wellington 

Buchanan, William Wai kvvorth 

Browning, A. (F. Se2.).Campbellford 
Burwash,N. ,S. T.D.(fro). VietoriaUn. 
Bad-ley, E., LL.D. Pro). VietoriaUn. 
Brooking, Robt. i Kup d) . . . . Cobonrg 

Bailey, H. E Plainville 

Bell, Joseph C Fenella 

Butcher. J. \V. (Sup d, Peterboro 

Barns, Wm. (Sup .. Dis.). .Canniugton 

Balfour, D.ivid College 

Beer, William C Madoc 

Brown, T Fliuton 

Campbell, A. (Bursar) .. Albert Col. 

Campbell, A R Castleton 

Copelaud, George H Port Hope 

Clarkson, J. B., M.A Belleville 

Courtice, R. T Welcome 

Cook, William H Sidney 

Carr, Geo (Sup d). Picton 

Cleworth, Thomas Selby 

Cragg, Edward Tweed 

Crossley, D. O Desoronto 

Carpenter, George Oak wood 

Coornbe, William Limerick 

Calvert, James Little Britain 

Cuits, Jas. fPres. Con.).. ..Belleville 
Dyer, W. P. (Pro/.).. Albert College 

De wey, George W Trenton 

Depew, Sidney F Tamworth 

Drew, N. D Arden 

Dingman, G. J. (Sup d) Picton 

Down, William Bethany 

Duprau, S. A Hilton 

Deuike, R. B. (Sp d)..Campbellford 
Dunkley, George .... Seymour East 

Da vies, John Canton 

Doxsee, Archelaeus ...... Oakwood 

Duke, Richard Victoria Road 

Elliott, William, BA Picton 

Edmison, Thos. J.,J9.,.Rednerville 

English, John (Sup dJ , Cobourg 

Elmsley, W. H. (Fin. Sec.).. Lindsay 

Eves, Edward Haliburton 

Edwards, R. J Shannonville 

Fallis, R. J Omemee 

Fish, Chas. (Fin. Sec.) Trenton 

Frizzell, C. P Roblin 

Faull, James Centre ville 

Ferguson, John (Sup d).. ..Canifton 

Ferguson, S Kinmount 

Fussee, Hiram Monmouth 

Green, Alex. T. (Sup d).. Port Hope 

Gee, Dauiel F Norwood 

Greener, Jas. (Sup d) Lindsay 

Greatrix, Benjamin Atherley 

Garbutt, H. C Atherley 

Howard, E. E Foxboro* 

Hewitt, R. (Sup y) Brighton 

Hughes, James (Sup d) Colborne 

Hull, T. R. (Sup y) Port Hope 



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Horton, Gilbert ............ Canton 

Hurley, R. (Sup d) ........ Welcome 

Hammond, R. M ........ Baltimore 

Hudgins, W. H .......... Belleville 

Inwood, J. (Without Sta.).. Napanee 
Inwood, A ...... ; ...... Cannington 

Jeffers, W., D.D. (Sup d).. Belleville 
Jaques, J. R.,D.D. (Prin.) Belleville 
Jewell, John A., B.A ........ Morven 

Jolliffe, William ........ Bloomfield 

Jones, Richard (Sup d) ... Cobourg 
Johnston, Francis . . South Monaghan 
Johnston, William ........ Laketield 

KilgO ir, Joseph .......... Smithfield 

Ladu, S. W (Sup d) ........ Belleville 

Leech, George ............ Belleville 

Lei ten, Robert H .......... Foxboro 

Leach, John J .............. Odessa 

Limbert, William .......... Mellvihe 

Lewis, Ed ward D .......... Hastings 

Learoyd, J. (Supt. Dis.).. Port Hope 
Learoyd, William H ...... Welcome 

Lewis, John G .............. College 

Lloyd, Walter W .......... Warsaw 

Laurence, John .......... Dalrymple 



,.., 
Maybee, A. C. (Sup d).... Foxboro 

McAuley, Samuel .......... Canifton 

McQuade, Henry ........ Frankford 

Metherell, Moses ............ Arden 

Mearing, Charles ............ Plevna 

Macfarlane, James .... Cherry Valley 

Meyers, Tobias .............. Salem 

Martin Alexander .......... Norham 

Marsh, R. W ........ Seymour West 

Marvin, George W .......... Grafton 

Maybee, Win. 3.,M.A..., Plainville 
MoMuUen, Janus ......... College 

Manning, Thomas, B.A.. Peterboro 
McAmmond, F.. B. A.. Ashburnham 
McCamus, David N ........ Bethany 

Hears, John .......... Hall s Bridge 

Moran, J. X ............ ... Chandos 

Mounteer, Hedley V ........ College 

Mallett, Robert, B.A ........ Manilla 

McCamus, J. A . . West Hunting-Ion 
McDonald, T. H .......... Bancroft 

Mi-Kee, Thomas S ........ Coboconk 

Nelles.S. S., LL.D.fCftanJ.. Cobourg 
Norman, W. E. (Sup d) ---- Trenton 

O Donahue, T .............. College 

Ostrum, Henry F ............ Cressy 

Oke J. H ............ Fenelon Falls 

Ockley, El. L .......... Madoc N. >rth 

Peake, William H ........ Frankford 

Pearson, M. L. (Sv.pt. Dis.). Napanee 
Pickett, Thomas W ........ Consecon 

Phillips, Samuel B.. ..Ameliasburgh 

Palmer, Win. H ...... Deinorestville 

Punshon. Percy H .......... Lindsay 

Power John ............. Dunsford 

Pattyson, Wm. M ........ Woodville 

Pope, R. M ................ Stirling 

Puffer, Isaac W ........ - ... Blairton 

Rice, John J .............. Belleville 

Reynolds, George S ...... Newburgh 

Robinson, George ............ Wilton 

Robeson, J. E .................. Bay 

Reynar, A. H , M.A. f Pro/./ Viet. Col. 
Rogers, John A. (Sup d I.. ..Lindsay 

Rae J. J ........ West Huntingdon 

Rorke, Samuel G .......... Brighton 

Sanderson, Edward A.. .. Marlbank 

Sanderson, E. G. P ...... Vennachar 

Sanderson, Wm (Sup d) . . Rednerville 
Seymour, J. .............. Cressy 

Sherin H (Without Sta., . Peterboro 
Sexsmith, William V ...... Hiawatha 

Stone S. G., D.D. (Editor).. Toronto 
Steel Thomas P -------- Bobcaygeon 

Scott William L .......... Beaverton 

Stratton, F. B. (Fin. Sec.).. . . M idoc 

Sanders, William J ........... Cloyne 

Thorn pson.C. L .......... North port 

Taggart, Charles (Sup d}.. Brighton 
Taylor, Robert .......... Centreton 



To veil, I. (Supt. Dis.) Peterboro 

Toseland, John Keene 

Thompson, S. J Laketield 

Tonkin, Edward A Bethany 

Thomas, Elenry Minden 

Tucker, William Wooler 

Tucker, William B College 

Tomblin, William Milford 

Williams, Hiram Sidney 

Wright, Alexander (Sup d).. Sidney 

Wilson, D. (Sud d) Napanee 

Woodcock, Eli fSttp d) .... Napanee 

Wilson, Win. D. P Ameliasburgh 

Weldon, Isaac Colborue 

Workman, G.C.,M.^.fPro/.)Vict.Col. 

Wilson, Albert C Cavau 

Wilson, John C Omemee 

West, W. J South Manvers 

Woolesley, Thos. (Sup d) . . Hiawatha 

Watch, Charles W Fenelon Falls 

Wilson, M. E College 

Wilson, Andrew Marmora 

Williams, David Marmora 

Young, Wm (Sup d) Trenton 

Young, Wm. R Adolphustown 

Young, Joseph Cobourg 

Young, Wrn. J Thomasburgh 

GUELPH CONFERENCE. 
Will hold its next Session in Owen 
Sound on the first Thursday in June, 
1885. 

Rev. W. C. Henderson, M.A., Pres. 
Rev. Geo. H. Cornish, Secretary. 
Rev. Joseph W. Holmes, Asst-See. 

Abbs, George Georgetown 

Amey , Thos Tiverton 

Andrews, Alf. (S. S. Agt) Mt. Forest 
Armstrong, John (Sup d) .. Hanover 

Auld, David Kinlough 

As irs, Walter Mitchell 

Ayles worth, J. B.LI. D(D. S.)M. Forest 

Ball, John Hensall 

Baugh, Win Riple.y 

Bell, Thos. C Gleneden 

Berry, Henry Elmira 

Bielby, Win. M Luther 

Birks, Wm Holmesville 

Bowers, Alfred A Waterloo 

Brandon, Win. J Belgrave 

Broley, James (Fin. Sec.) .. Seafm-th 
Buggin, Geo. (Fin. Sec.) .. ..Drayton 
Burns, N., M.A. (Sup y) Georgetown 
Burton, Robert C. (Student* Cobourg 

(Jaklwell, Henry Arkwri/ht 

Campbell, Thos. M Goderich 

Campbell, Wesley F Preston 

Carson, John H Goderich 

Carson, Robt Lion s Head 

Casson, Wesley Markdale 

Caswell, James Auburn 

Charlton, James (Fin. Sec.) . . Gorrie 
Chown, E. A., B.D., (f.S.) Belgrave 

Clappison, Daviii C Brussels 

Clarke. Andrew (Sup d).. ..Hanover 
Cobbledick, Geo. H. (Stad <)Cobourg 

1 Colbeck, Franklin C(Stu.d t) Cobourg 

Collins?, Joseph S Acton 

Cooke, Joseph S. (Student) Montreal 

| Corcoran, John 8 Hepworth 

Cornish, Geo. H.(Z>{*. Sp.)Wingham 
Crane, Isaac Garafraxa 

! Crookshanks, J. J Dobbington 

Crossley, Hugh T Guelph 

Culbert, Thos Saugeen 

Cunningham, Andrew (F.S.) Mitchell 
Danard, Win. B. (Sup d) Owen Sound 

Davey, Robert Lucan 

Dudley, Thos. (Sup d) Mt. Forest 

Dyke, Jabez H Hensall 

Edge, Joseph Paisley 

Edmunds, Solomon C., B.D. , Wiarton 

Edwards, Samuel H \Vroxeter 

Fair, Hugh J Thamesford 

Fear, Ezra A Kirkton 

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Fear, Samuel, (Sup d) Elora 

Ferguson, James Teyiotdale 

Fisher, John S Blyth 

Frizzell, John W. (Student) Cobourg 

Fydell, Thos. R Stirton 

Galloway, Joseph (F. Sec.)Port Elgin 

Garner, John (Sup d) Elm wood. 

Geddes, James (Sup y) Bervie 

Gee, Thomas Baylield 

German, John W Harriston 

Gibson, Joseph R Kemble 

Gilpin, John W Mitchell 

Glazier, Adam Cape Croker 

Godfrey, Robt Brookholm 

G randy. Thos Euphrasia 

Gray, James (Dist. Supt.).. ..Clinton 

Greene, Josias Chesley 

Griffin, Wm. S. (Dist. Supt.} Guelph. 

Hall, Henry (Sup y) Arkwright 

Hall, Robt. H Peel 

Hamilton, Christopher.. . .Lucknow 
Hannon, James (Sup d) .. .St. Marys 

Harris, James Kirkton 

Hart, John.. .. Williamsford Station 

Hartley, Geo Elmwood 

Renders, Richard C. . . Nassagaweya 
Henderson, W.C.,M..4.,(Pr.)St. Marys 

Herridge, Wm Stratford 

Hill, Henry E Kintore 

Hilts, Joseph H. (Sup d) Kincardine 

Hineks, Win. H St. Mary s 

Holden, Chas. W Wallace 

Holmes, John H. (Sup y) . . Hanover 
Holmes, Jose phW. (Dis. Sup.)Listowel 

Hosking, Robt Listowel 

HouLch John Londesboro 

Howell.J. E ,M.A .,(^.S.)OvvenSound 

Husband, Robt. J Hoist ein 

Hutton, Benjamin L . . . . Trowbridge 
Irvine, Henry (Student) . . Montreal 

Isaac,, John R Listowel 

Johnston, Robt Allenford 

Kennedy, Geo. W Holmesville 

Kennedy, John Fullartoii 

Kenner, John Clinton 

Kestle, James Fnllarton 

Keer, S. L., (Sup y) Owen Sound 

Lake, Chas. V Durham 

Large, Thos. A. (Student) .. Cobourg 

Leech, Webster W Arkwright 

Legate, Thos Dobbington 

Legear, James T Dungannon 

Leith, Hamilton (Sup d) .. Port Elgin. 

Lounds, Geo Bluerall 

Markliam, Joseph Benmiller 

Miller, Wm. T Alma 

Mills, John (Fin. Sec.) Elora 

Mills, Win Hespeler 

Moir, David A Mom-ton 

Morden, John P. (Sup d) Arva 

Morrison, S. (Sup d) Glen Williams 

Moss. Win. H Milverton 

McCalister, James Kincardine 

McCulloch, Andrew M Mooretield 

McDowell, IXC. (L>is.Si<p.)Flesherton 
MeLachlaii, James, B.A., Harmony 
Newcombe, Henry A..Colpoy s Bay 

Noble, Jabez J Cedarville 

Nugent, Francis E Berlin 

Ottawell, Wm Fordwick 

Parker, Andrew A Pricev.lle 

Paul, Richard Ethel 

Pepper, John, B. A . . Wai ter s Falls 

Perry, David Chatsworth 

Phillips, Alfred M..B.D Gait 

Phillips, Robt Granton 

Potter, Austin Hanover 

Pomeroy, John C. (Sup y).. Goderich 

Pring, Joseph W Attwood 

Rapp John J Bervie 

Rice, Luiher O. (Sup d) . . Dungannon 

Richardson, Geo Stratford 

Robinson, John W .. New Hamburg 

Rogers, David Ailsa Craig 

Rolston, David D. (5?p (i)Walkerton 
Rupert, E. S., M.A. (D.S.)lnvermaj- 



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Sabine, Thos. J Walton 

Salton, Geo. F Clinton 

Sanderson, John W.- Teeswater 

Sanderson, Thos. C Whiteehurch 

Savage, Wm Guelph 

Scott, James (Sup d) . . Owen Sound 

Scott, John, M. A Guelph 

Scratch, Alex Embro 

Sellery, Samuel, B.D Bervie 

Service, Ri :hard (Sup d) . St. Marys 

Sharp, Dixon Sebringviile 

Sherlock, Benjamin Arthur 

Shannon, Wm Ballinafad 

Shilton, J. Walker, B.A., Georgetown 

Smith, Alfred E Varna 

Smith, Finley M Garafraxa 

Smith, Geo Hawkesville 

Sni th, Thos. J Durham 

Smythe, Win Walkerton 

Snowdon, Thos. J Dundalk 

Sparling, Wm. W Rockwood 

Stafford, Chas. E Palmerston 

Stevenson, John C Clifford 

Strongman, W. A , PTi.D.EugeniaFalls 

Swann, Francis Ponsonby 

Swann, Matthew Fergus 

Teskey, Ebenezer Linwood 

Tindall, Wm. (Sup d) Walkerton 

Thibadeau, Alex Woodford 

Tonge, Abraham W Alma 

Torrance, Wm Heiisall 

Tucker, Samuel (Sup d) .... Turonto 

Turk; Geo. R ; Lucknow 

Turner, John Bungannon 

Tyler, Reuben J Arthur 

Walker, James Tobermory 

Walker, John (Sup d) Lueknuw 

Wai win, Isaac B. (Student) Cobourg 

Wass, Jabez. . , Eden Grove 

Watson, Geo. (Sup d) Walkerton 

Watts, John II Eramosa 

Webster, John Mildmay 

West, Edward Aberf >yle 

Williams, John (Sup d) Mitchell 

Williams, Richard W Teeswater 

Williinott, Wm Palmerston 



MANITOBA. CONFERENCE. 
Rev. E. A. Stafford, M A.. LL B., Pets. 
Rev. Thomas Argue, Secretary. 
A. Monkman. Esq , 1 Assi tut! 
Rev. J. K. Alk-n. f Secntaries. 
Rev. G. K. Adams, J,wrnal S-cretary. 

Adams. G. K Souri.sburg 

All<-n. J. E Gladrtone 

Andrews W. W G !(_ < 

Arirue. Thomas Carman City 

Anderson. A H Snow Flake 

Biker, VV. M Carman -^ity 

Baltrop. A. J Minnedosa 

Bell, J W.. K.D Cnrherry 

Betts. J. F Brandon 

Beynon, T. B.. B.A Virden 

Bridijeman. W Medi -ino lint 

Buckler, W. M Deloraine 

Colpitt-. W. W Nelson 

Colwell. S. E Alexandria 

Grain. R. H Portage la Prairie 

Crichton, Chas Crystal City 

Dsvies, P W D 1 irain e 

Daniel, George Winnipeg 

Dimrnick. M Moos >min 

Dyer, W. T Chater 

Klliott, J. (Sup y) Sourisburg 

Franklin, B., B A. ..Portage la Prairie 

Finn. F. M Morris 

German Orrin Morley 

Gordon, A Minitou 

Greenway J.(SuiSy) Ciystal City 

Glass. E B, BA Battle River 

Hames, A B Hi_-h Bluff 

HaUtfad. Wm Saskatoon 

Iloskin. J Otennw 

Helliwell. T (Sup y) Winnipeg 

Howard, J. H Edmontm 



Hunter, J.E.( Eoang ltt. Rssex Centre.O 

Harrison, J. M Sourig 

Hewitt, W J Emerson 

Houck, D. S Maditou 

Hanna, George Souris 

Jackson, J. A Stonewall 

Joslyn, J. H Broadview 

Kenner. H Shell River 

Ladner. Chas. (Sup d) Brandon 

Long, G. H Ro*bburn 

Langford, E Bern s Rtver 

Lawson. T Qu Appelle 

Laidley, R B Dominion City 

Locheud, R. (Sup d) Minnd.>sn 

McD.iuzall, J M>rly 

Morrison, W. R Plymjtton 

Myers, Chas Oak Kiver 

Morden. T., B.A. (Sup y).... Winnipeg 

Maclachlan, J. A Victoria 

McLean, J., B.A Calgary 

McGregor, I) Wascana 

Nelson, John Woodville 

Parker, Caleb Prince Albert 

Peters, John Olive 

Peters. N. D. (Sup y, Virden 

Powell. J. B Sourisburg 

Rawson, J. (Suv y) Birtle 

Robinson, I. N Neepawa 

R)=s. A. W Fisher River 

RuHedge, W. L Winnipeg 

Rnttan, J. H Meadow Lea 

Roddick. Qoorgs. (Skj> #)...Sourisbijri 

Rogers, W . Cartwright 

Sammens, J Norway II">u=e 

Stafford, E. A., M.A., it.fl.Winnipeg 

Stewart A.. B.D Killarn?y 

Spence, W H Rat Portage 

Steinliaur, H B Whitefish Lake 

Steinhaur, E. R.. Slave Lakt. 

Wheeler, A. D Minota 

Williams. C Moose Jaw 

Wilson, T. B Bi tie 

Wils >n. W G M<x>se Mountain 

Woodsworth. Jas. . Portage la Prairie 
Willi-. C. S. (S ip d). .Pheasant Forks 
Young, G., D D. (Sup d). Brantford, 

Evangelical Association of 
IVorth America, Canada. 

Will hold its next Conference at 
New Hamburg. Ont., on the third 
Thursday in April, 1885. 
Rev. J. J. Esber.-Bis/iop, Chicago, 111. 
Rev. M. L. Wing, Sec. , Campden, Ont. 
Rev. D Dippel. Conference Treas , 

Heidelberg, Ont. 
Rev. S. N. Moyer, Miss. Pres., Golden 

Lake, Ont 
Rev. J. J. Kliphardt, Miss. Sec y, 

Sebringviile, Ont. 

Rev. S. Krupp, Miss. Treas., Mild- 
may, Ont. 

Alles, P.. ., Waterloo 

Bechtel, J. (Retired) Mildnny 

Bechtel, J. , ,jun., (Local).. Mil lmiy 

Berberich, W St. Jacobs 

Bernhardt, G. (Retired) Civditon 

Bolilender, C. (Local) Port Elgin 

Brand, D. H Berlin 

Braun, G St. J 

Braun, C. F Port Elgin 

Braun, G. K. (Local) Credit >n 

Clemens, D. (Local).. .. Washington 

Devitt, J. K. (Local) Berlin 

Dierlamm, H Waterloo 

Dippel, D Heidelberg 

Eby, E Pembroke 

Finkbeiner, G Rodney 

Fry, Isaac (Local) .... South C;iyuga 

Goetz, J. (Local) Sebringviile 

Graeb, S. C Ridgeville 

Graff, G M Plattsville 

Haist, G. F Sebringvile 

Hauch, Theo Milvertou 

Herlan, F Phihpsburg 

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Kliphardt, J. J Sebringviile 

Knechtel, S. R Bismark 

Kraft, S Lynedock 

Kreh, D Mildmay 

Krupp, S Mildmay 

Maurer, M Zurich 

Meyer, F Benmiller 

Miller, J. (Local) Elmira 

Moyer, S. N Golden Lake 

Morlock, J. C Aruprior 

Morly, 8 (Retired) Campden 

Nash, J. (Local) Campden 

Ortwein, J. W Elm wood 

Pfeffcr, C. (Retired) Benmiller 

Rieder, D New Hamburg 

Ri (e, D. (Local) Hespeler 

Siuer, H. (Retired) Chippawa 

Schurffe, F. (Retired) .... Dashwood 

Schmidt, W New Hamburg 

Schmidt, H. G. G Rockingham 

Schmitt, J. A Creditoa 

Schneider, N. (Retired)Sonth Cayiga 

Schwarz, F. G New Hamburg 

Schwalm, J Parry Sound 

Schwandt, W Hanover 

Spies, C. A Hamilton. 

Spies, F. S Sebringviile 

Staebler, J Morriston 

Staebler, C South Ciyuga 

Steueruagel, C. (Retired) .. Waterloo 

Thede, J. (Local) Port Elgin 

Tiio iias, H. A Gowanstown 

Umbuch, J New Hamburg 

Umbach, S. L Berlin 

W.iirner, L. H Hespeler 

Walter, J. (Local) Gowanstown 

Weber, S. (Retired) Walkerton 

Wt rner, H Tavist ck 

Wiklfang L. (Retired) Tavistock 

Wing. M L Campden 

Winkler, P. (Retired) St. Jacobs 

Wittich, L Alsfeld 

Yenny, J. D Waterdown 



Congregational Denomina 
tion. 

The Congregational Union of On- 
| tario and Qaebec will hold its next 
Annual Meeting in Hamilton, on 
Wednesday, Jun,e 3rd, 1885. 
Rev. John Burton, B D., Chairman 
Rev. Hugh Pedley, B.A.., Cobourg,O., 
Swre anj- Treasurer, 

Congregational Ministers in Canada. 

Adams, L. P Fitch Bay, O 

All worth, Wm. H Frome, O 

Barker, E Toronto 

B li-kcr, Joseph Sheffield. N B 

t Baker, Thomas.. .Hanrlton 

Beman, J L St. John, NB 

Beaton, David St. Johns, Nfld 

Black, J. R., B.A Garafraxa.O 

Black, It. K Granby.Q 

Bolton, Chas. E Wiarton, O 

Br.iiii -rd, E. R., M.A . .8herh r ooke,Q 

Brown, John Pilot Mound, Man 

Brown. Robert... Pilot Mound, Man 

Bur-ess, E. J Valetta, O 

Burgess, Wm Valetta, O 

Burton, J,, R D Toronto 

C un. ron, D. W.Kesvvick Ridge, N B 

Claris, W. H. A Sarnia, O 

Clarke, W. F Speedside, O 

tCornish,Gfo.,7.[,.Z).(Pro/.) Montreal 
Cox, Jacob W.. .Lower Selmah, N S 

l>iv, I!. W Lanark, O 

Duff, C . M.A Toronto 

tKUbs, Edward Toronto 

tFenwick, 1C. M. (Prof.) Montreal 

Fuller. Geo Brantford, O 

Gunner, Fred., M.D Listowel, O 

tH.ill, Thomas Kingston, O 

H ly, R Warwick, O 

Hay, Wm Scotland, O 



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[1885. 



Hill, E. M., B.A Montreal 

Hindley, J. I., M.A Barrie, O 

Hughes, H Piiris, O 

Hunter, H. D Lond >n, O 

Jackson, S. N., M.D Kingston 

Johnson. G. W Milt .11, N S 

MeColl, E.C W.,M.4..Middleville,O 

Me Fa Icon, A. L., B.A Kingston 

tMcGill, A., M.A. Kyckmau s Cor., 

McGregor, A. F, , B.A Toronto 

McGregor, Duncan Guelph, O 

Mctntyre, H., B.A Montreal 

tMcKillican, J. (G.S S. U.).. Montreal 

M tin, A. VV Beonoiny, N S 

Macalluin, D. St. Klmo, O 

Macintosh, W Yarmouth, N S 

fMaekay, R (Evangelist) ..Kingston 

Morton, J Hamilton, O 

Peacock, W.. .. Pleasant River, N S 

Pedley , Hugh Cobourg 

Pedley. Chas., B.A. New Durham, O 

Powis. H. D Toronto 

Price. \V. F Stansteail S., Q 

Purkis, G Waterville, Q 

Rivai d. A. F Belle Riviere, Q 

ttiobinson, R. 

Robertson, Geo. , B.A .Melbourne,Q 

R.eikie, T. M Toronto 

Ross, C. L Kincardine, O 

Saer, J. B., B.D Winghim, O 

Salmon, John, B.A Toronto 

Sanderson, J. G Danville, Q 

Shannon. W. H. N Forest, O 

Shipperlcy, J Chebogue, N S 

Silcox, K. D Eiiiliro, O 

Siloox, J. B Winnipeg, Man 

Skinner, Geo Kincardine, O 

Smith, VV. W Newmarket, O 

Smith, C. Gordon Stratford, O 

fSolandt. A Inverness, Q 

Stevenson,J.F.,LL..B.,D. D. Montreal 

Sykes. S Liverpool, N S 

Squires, John Random, Nnd 

Unswortu, Joseph StouffYille, O 

Vivian, R. 

Walker, W. (Indian ) Chippawa Hill,O 

Warnner.W. H.,B..4.Bowmauvllle, O 

Way, AV. H Pine Grove, O 

Wliitmiu, J Manchester, N 8 

Wild, Joseph, D.D Toronto 

tWilkes H , D.D., LL.D.. .Montreal 

Willet, George Cowansville, Q 

Wetherald. W St. Catharines, O 

Wood, John Ottawa 

Wright, J. C Edgar, O 

Whyte, George .. . .Twillingate, Nnd 
[\Notin Po.$ .oral Charge.] 



Regular Baptist ministers. 

ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND 
MANITOBA, 

Ains worth , W Brighton 

Alexander, John Toronto 

Anderson, G Aldershot 

Andeison, .T. W Emerson, Mm 

Anderson, W. K Lindsay 

Anderson, S. G Wclhmd 

Arms A L Richford, Vt 

Arthur, S. J Arthur 

Baker, A. C S^rnia 

Biker, J. J., M.A Belleville 

Baker, C. R VVallaceburg 

Baldwin, J. A Villa Nova 

Barber, J. T Algonquin 

Barker, J. F Whitby 

Barker, W. S Morley 

Bates, 3. S., B. A... Goble s Corners 

Beard, James Port Hope 

Becker, S Zurich 

Best, J. H Chatham 

Best, A It Hillsburg 

Bingi, A Amherstburg 

Bone, T. (Missionary) St. Catharines 

Booker, Theopti Mount Forest 

Bosworth, fi Collingwood 



BotteriU, B. M. C Toronto 

Bovillc, R. G Toronto 

Boyd, D. S Delhi 

Boye>, J H Stromness 

Bridguian, R Houghton 

Brouillet, T Roxton Pond, Q 

Burke, J Hartford 

Burns, George Porestville 

Burtch, D. D Oxley 

Burwash, A Dominionville 

Bush, F. (Retired) Chatham 

Calder, J. G Petrolea 

Cameron, J Ti verton 

Cameron, R., M.A Brantford 

Cameron, A. A Winnipeg 

Campbell, M. P Brampton 

Carey, O. C Stayner 

Carey, W Atwood 

Carey, T. H Islington 

Carey, R R Blenheim 

Castle, J. H., D.D Toronto 

Chapman, I. M Bloomsburg 

Chandler, J Coaticook, Q 

Chittenden, Geo Westover 

Clarke, J. W Ingersoll 

Clarke, W. N., D.D Toronto 

Cheetham, W Brockv.lle 

Cocks, H Almonte 

Cohoe, D. B Spriugford 

Collins, T Strathroy 

Col well, G. T Sunderland 

Coutts, James Glammis 

Cook, Chas. A Toronto 

Cook, R. B.. Aclon 

Corkery, W. M., B. A Toronto 

Crawford, John, D.D Rapid City 

Craig. John,B.A. Missionary to India 

Craig, R. H Fiugal 

Cripps, S ": Edeii 

Currie, G. F. . ..Missionary to India 

Curry, D. (Retired) Wol verton 

Cunnings, S. J Toronto 

Cunningham, R. M Bunyan 

Cunningham, S Waterford 

Curry, J Middleville 

Curtis, George. 

Dack, D Walkerton 

D.idson, E. W., B.A Toronto 

Davidson, D. B Sparta 

Dann, F ChesL-y 

Davis, G. B., B.D Salford 

Davis, S. H Dresden 

Dawley, W. W., B.A Guelph 

Dayfoot, P. K., B.A . . Port Colborne 

Dempsey , John Ailsa Craig 

Denovan, Joshua Toronto 

Dougharty, G. A., M.A , . Leamington 

Dowling, J. T Colborne 

Durling, R. M Amherstbnrg 

Dyke. S. A Toronto 

Dunlop, J. C Durham 

Emerson, C. H Morrisburg 

Everton,G S. Spring Is., B C 

Facey, A M Kent Bridge 

Freed, W Port Rowan 

Faulkner, J. W Sandwich 

Fellman, Jacob Berlin 

Foster, J. F Claremont 

Forth, J Thurso 

Gay, Alex Schomberg 

Gardner, F Coaticook, Q 

Gibson, Jesse. ..Portage La Prairie 

Gillies, A Sawyersville, Q 

Gilmour, J Clachan 

Gold, M. Whitby 

Grant, A London 

Grant, James Paris 

Grant, W Jerseyville 

Gray, John Clinton 

Green, J. (Bible Society).. . . Montreal 

Green, Thos. B Bolton, Q 

Gustelow, D New Sarum 

Hammet, J Holt 

Haryett, W Barrie 

Harris, E. , B. A Toronto 

Harris, S. G . . .. Binbrook 

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II i viland, W. H Drumbo 

Haycock, C. W Cornell 

Hazelton, W. P: Waterdowa 

Helinrich, Anton BebaStopol O 

Henderson, Thomas Montreal 

Herrington, C. S Tilsonburg 

Harrington, R. D Kmgsville 

Higgins, John Osnabruck Centre 

Hillyard, W Auimrn 

Hind, G Glenville 

Holbein, W White Lake 

Holmes, Hubert Onllia 

Holtzhausen, F. A Arnprior 

Hooper, E Kingston 

Rowland. T Ormond 

Huff, J. B Florence 

Hnlbert, W Langtoii 

Hiitchins in, D St. Thomas 

HyeKT. L Plattsville 

Her, J. A Port Bur well 

Her, .Jacob Ottawa 

Her, Leonard Oxley 

Jackson, S Woodslee 

Johnson, J Amherstburg 

Johnson, T. S London 

Johnson, T. C Windsor 

Kelly, S. J Kemnore 

King, John Dalesville, Q 

King. Joseph D Paris 

Kianev, W. B Granby, Q 

Klmker, T Tavistock 

Kornmaier, S Arnprior 

Kose. H Hanover 

Kroesch, W . Elmire 

Lacey, W Claremont 

Lalleur, T Montreal 

Laing, D. T Strathroy 

Lambert, W Onllia 

Lundon, W. H Woodstock 

Law, W. H Manitowaning 

Lennie, R. 

Lince, J Komoka 

Lowe, J. H St. George 

Luckens, T Smith s Falls 

Lyman, W Sylvan 

Mackie, J Beam.sville 

Machollz, R Neustadt 

Mac Vicar, M., LL.D Toronto 

Manning, J. W Almonte 

Marine, J. A Maninghurst, Man 

Marquardt, C. L Zurich 

Marsh, David Quebec 

Mason, George Calton 

Masset, S. F Montreal 

MeArthur, D. D Kemptville 

McCaul, D West Lynne, Man 

McConnell, H. A "White vale 

McConnell, S Lakeview 

McDonald, N. (Retired). Wallaceburg 

McDonald, P London 

McDonald, J. C Paisley 

McDonald, A. R Toronto 

McDiarmid, A. P., M.A Ottawa 

McDiarmid, D Dalkeith 

Me K wen, James Brantford 

M<> B wen, J. P Owen -Sound 

McEwen, P. A , B.A Vernon 

McEwen, P. H Cornwall 

McPadyen, A Tiverton 

McGregor, D. A., B.A Stratford 

McGregor, W Pension Falls 

McGregor, W Priceville 

Mclntyrv, A Stayner 

Mclntyre, Robert Priceville 

McKinnon, J. B Hanover 

McLaurin, C. C St. Mary s 

MoLaurin, J.. ..Missionary to India 

McLaurin, D. P Toronto 

McLennan, D Toronto 

MeN 7 abb, F. F., A.M Arnprior 

McNeill, D Port Elgin 

Menzies, D Papineau ville, Q 

Meyers, J. H Woolwich 

Mihell, D St. George 

Moore, J. B Tilsonburg 

Moore, Alex Toronto 



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CLERGY. 



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Moyk, W. (Lie.) Tavistock 

Movie, J. E Papineauville, Q 

Mu ir, Wm Toronto 

Munro, A. H Peterborough 

Munro, J. M. 

Munro, R. H Tees water 

Mnrclen, Win Gladstone. Man 

.Murdoch, A., LL.B Port Hope 

Newman, A. H., LL.D Toronto 

Oliver, G. L Hartford 

Ohlgart, M Wilmot 

Osborne, W. T Mount Brydges 

Owen, C Grimsby 

Parker, A Dixville, Q 

Parker, P Simcoe 

Peer, W Campbellford 

Pengelly, J. H Leamington 

Phelps, W. S Fingal 

Piekard, W Guelph 

Pcehlman. Thos New Dundee 

Pn isser, W Ridgeto wn 

Porter, W. H., Af.^l..St. Catharines 

Pugsley, W Cheapside 

Rainboth, E Beauharnois, Q 

Randall, L. M Hagarsville 

Ratclift, Frederick Peterboro 

Reddiek, D Sunderland 

Reid, H Brisbane 

Richards, N Onoiidaga 

Richardson, George Toronto 

Riendeau, T St. John s Q 

Roberts, J. (Rtt.) Drummondville 

Roberts. A. , B. A Chatham 

Robertson, G. F London East 

Robertson, P. G Aurora 

Robertson, J London East 

Robison, J Riverside 

Ross, Robert Chatsworth 

Rouleau, F. E Toronto 

Rowland, D. W St. Thomas 

Scott, F. L London 

Seaborn, John Nugent 

Service, E. B. (Sup y) Waterford 

Sherman. E D Farmersville 

Sileox, J. W Port Royal 

SHtcv, S. P Morton 

Sinclair, Thomas Port Bui-well 

Sirrell, J Thorndale j 

Slaght, A Waterford 

Smith. A Aylmer 

Smith. F. (Retired) Vienna 

Speller, H. C Ingersoh 

Smith, W., M.D Brookholm 

Smith, Ira Waterford 

Smith, J Stirling 

Smith, J T Renton 

Smith, H Walsh 

Smith, J. W., D. D Montreal 

St. Dalmas, A. E de .. .. Peterb .vo 

Stwart, A Durham 

Stewart, J. W. A., B.A Hamilton 

Stewart, W., D D Cheltenham 

Stob, ,, E. J Quebec, Q 

Stokes, Geo. E Prince Albert 

Stumpf, J Hanover 

Tapscott, S Aylmer 

Tapscott, W. T Aylmer 

Teale, J. H Victoria, B.C 

Therrien, A. L Grand Ligne, Q 

Thomas, B. D., D.D Toronto 

Thorrip, J. W Perth 

Timpany, A V ..Missionary to I ml i t 

ropping, E Woodstock 

Treadwell, W. H Clear Creek 

Trotter, J. E Toronto 

Trotter, T., B.A Woodstock 

Troy, W Windsor 

Turnbull, Alex., B.A Simcoe 

Turner, C. B Barnston, Q 

Turner, E., TurtleMonntainCity.Man 

Tut le, J. B., M.A Brantford 

Upliarn, A. G Montreal 

Valoon, J Delhi 

Walker, Win Toronto 

Walker, Wm. S Quit 

Ware, H Kincardine 



Washington, J. H Buckstone 

Watson, E Sarnia 

Williams, Jonathan Teeterville 

Williamson, Jos Arkona 

Woodward, H Burgessville ; 

Wright, D Lindsay i 

Willett, C. C Salford 

Wittet, G. L Boston I 

Wolverton, N., B.A Woodstock 



Evangelical Lutheran Synod 
of Canada. 

The next annual meeting will be 
held at Sebastopol, Ont, the first i 
Wednesday before full moon in June, 
1885. 

Rev. F. Veit, President. 
Rev. R. Von Pirch, Secretary. 
Rev, J. Brezing, Mission President. 
Mr. Van der Sniissen, Treasurer. 
List of the Clergy. 

Berner, U New Dundee 

Blunk, T Ufflngton 

Braun, J. L Waterloo 

Brezing, J Heidelberg 

Fish burn, M. H. North Williamsburg 

Genzmer, E Toronto 

Heinzelman, J Rostork 

Jelden, F Nenstadt 

Kinnard, J Morrisburg 

Langholz, H Thome 

Muller, L Hanover 

Munzinger, J. N Desboro 

Neudorffer, T Zurich 

Ongerth, M Brodhagen 

Ongrrth, H Montreal 

Petschke, R Pembroke 

Schroeder, C Preston 

Schulz, R. A Elmira 

Sommer, Al Listowel 

Spring, 0. F New Hamburg 

Strempfer, J Wellesley 

Veil, F Tavistock 

A 7 on Pirch, R Berlin 

Wurster, J Preston 

African Methodist Episcopal 
Church in Canada. 

Founded A D. 1816. 

Right Rev. R. R. Disney, TSishop, Gen. 

Svpt. and Connexional and Foreign 

Miss. Treas , Chatham. 
Rev. M. C. Brooks, General . Book 

Steward an<( Editor "Missionary 

Messenger," Chatham. 

Anderson, L B Collingwood 

Banyoun,J.O.,Amherstb hvColches r 
Bostom, J . . . Harlem Missi n, 1) S A 

Brown, W Vergencegan, DBG 

Brown, G. W Buxton 

Burehell, B..St, David s Island, W I 
Butler, C. (Home Mis. Ag t). London 

Bascomb, Mios Demarara, E C 

Coleman, Jesse Halifax, N S 

Crosby, Ceswell Pleasant Valley 

Crosby, J. W Halifax, N S 

Crawford, W. T Hamilton. Ba 

Dclaney, J Drummondville 

Dorsey, C. W Hamilton, Ba 

French, Edward Salem, S A 

Green, Benj. .Windsor Forest, Dem. 

Gibbons, N. C London 

Gittins, J IrfuJealousitt, S.A 

Griffiths.W., Greenwich P k, W.C.S. A 

Hall, S. P IngcrHoll 

Hamilton, Charles St. John, N B 

Harper, E. McP..8t. Thomas, D WI 

Hill, W. B Amherst, N S 

Jackson, P Round Eau 

Jefferson, T Brantford 

Johnson, J. A St. Catharines 

Johnson, John Windsor, N 8 

Johnson, P. W St. John, N S 

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Masterson, John Oakville 

Mayo, Charles Brantford 

Miller, H Hamilton 

Miller, Thomas.. Owen Sound 

McCarthy, Peter Collingwood 

Peaker, Richard Buxton 

Roberts, L. B Hamilton 

Rivers, Samuel. ...Georgetown, Dem 
Samuels. P. B. A., Windsor Forest, 8 A 

Smith. Fleming Bedford. NS 

Stewart, B Bronte & Oakville 

Stewart, N. B.... Georgetown, B G 

Skerrut, J. W Liverpool, N S 

Sevan, Wm H Dre-den 

Sheene, Charles Trinidad, W I 

Thomas, Tidman Stewartville, SA 

Thomas, C Peel 

Thomas, J. F Windsor 

Washington. C. A Brantford 

Wayner, Jeremiah Otteiville 

Whipper.B.P.RoundEau&David nCh 
Youbanks, Wm Amjierst, N S 

Reformed Kpiwco|>nl Church 

(Otherwise known as the Reformed 
Church of England). 

DIOCESE OF CANADx AND 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 

J R. H. Greer, Esq., .See. Diocesan 
Synod, 356 St. Dominique Street, 
Montreal. 

Clergy List. 

Right Rev. Bishop Ussher. 

Rev. A. N. Suckling. 

Rev. Charles Allen. 

Rev. William Goodchild. 

Rev. Benjamin Dawson. 

Rev. D. McCunn. 

Lay Deacons. 
William Dagg. George Evans. 



_ 
Martin Moore. 



Chas. Crocker. 



James A. Keays. 

Canada Dist of the Evangelical 
Lutheran Synod of Missouri, 
Ohio, and other States. 
The next annual meetin? of this 
body will be held in Berlin, W iterloo 
Co., Ont., commencing the second 
Wednesday in September, 18^5. 
Rev. F. Dubpernell, President. 
Rev. J. C. Borth. Secretary. 
Mr George Renfer, Treasurer. 

Andres, P Berlin 

Bente, F Humberstone 

Bnrth, J. C Ottawa 

Bruer, H Alsteldt 

Dubpernel), F Sebringville 

Eifert, R Pembroke 

Frosch, J Klmira 

Gans, W. J Magnetawan 

Germeroth, Chr Kurtzville 

Orossbi-rger, A. C Stonebridge 

Halbotli, M Fisherville 

Karrer, J Delhi 

Kirmis. J Wellesley 

Merited, Chr Tavist ><-k 

Pfeiffer, L Mitchell 

Schroeder, F Dash wood 

Hoffmeier, F. (Teacher). Stonebridge 



United Brethren in Christ. 

Conference meets second Thursday 
in April, 1885, Mannheim, Waterloo 
County. 
J. J. Glossbrenner, Bishop, Church- 

Aille. Va. 

A. B. Sherk, Conference Secret-.iry. 
M. Eshleman, Missionary Treasurer. 
D. B. Sherk, P. Kld"r. 
A. B. Sherk, Missionary Secretory. 
Backus. C. W Canning 



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CLERGY. 



[1885. 



Backus, J. B Forks Road 

Backus, G. W West Montros", 

Bowman, J. L., A.M. Berlin 

Bowman, J. B Berlin 

Cbariesworth, W Port Elgin 

Clark, R. A Straffordville 

Comfort, J Elcho 

Cornell, W Straffordville 

Durkee, Mr Shrigley 

Groh, J. W Stevens ville 

Mager, J Hanover 

McCombs, J Fcmthill 

Moore, W Duart 

Plowman, G Sheffield 

Rott, G West Montrose 

Scott, G., A.M.. Alfred Centre, X Y 

Sherk, A. B Corry, Pa. 

Sherk, D. B Berlin 

Sherk, J.. Victoria, Van. Island, B C 

Sherk, M Blair 

Showers, J Canning 

Wait, G Stratfordville 



Conference of the Christian 
Church in Ontario. 

Eld. T. Garbutt, President. 

L. Lehman, Willowdale, Secretary. 

J. E. Gould, Oshawa, Treasurer. 

EXECUTIVE BOARD -Elds. T. Gar- 
butt and C. H. Hainer ; Bros. B. W. 
Howard, A. A. Gamsby, J. E. Gould, 
J. M. Patterson and K, Rowen. 

Conference meets at Markham Vil 
lage on Wednesday, at 2 o clock p.m., 
before the third Sunday in June, 1885. 

Ordained Ministers. 

Clark, L Orchard 

Cowle, W. S Kettlehy 

Garbutt, T Newmarket 

Graham, J Queensville 

Hainer, C. H Newmarket 

Morgan, J. F Freehold, N Y 

Percy, Win Stouffville 

Percy, C. L Eddy stone 

Pilky, J. C Bloomington 

Prosser, D Queensville 

Prosser, 8 Castleton 

Rogers, B. J Oshawa 

Russ, J. L Graftou 

Shoults, J. H Orono 

Taylor, T Oshawa 

VauCamp, J Bowmanville 

Willoughby, J Little Britain 

Wright, R Kingwood 

Licentiates. 

Gilflllan, J Bowmanville 

Ives, Harry Oshawa 

Perkins, G little Britain 

Prosser, J Baldwin 

Sprint;, W. J Markham 

Trull, W. W Orono 



ADDENDA. 

R. C. DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 
Most Rev. E. A. Taschereau, Archbp. 
Very Rev. T. E. Hamel, ) Vicar 
Very Rev. C. E. Legare, J Generals. 

ARCHBISHOP S PALACE. Very Rev. 
C. E. Legarre, V. G. ; Rev. J. B. Z. 
Bolduc, Procurat ; Rev. H. Tetu, 
Almoner; C. A. Marois, Secret.; C. 
A. Gagnon, Sub-Secret. 

Auolair, Joseph (Cathedra!). .Quebec 

Auclair, L. G S Coeur de Marie 

Audet, Oct. (Convent; : Sillery 

Bacon, C Islet 

Baillargeon, C S. Paschal 

Ballantyne, J Ste. Ceroix 

Beaubien. N.. S. Pierre Bellechasse 

Beaudet, A Ste. Philomene 

Beaudet, L (Seminary) Quebec 

Beaudet, P Cap Rouge 



Beaudevin, V., S. J Quebec 

Beaudoin, J Quebec 

Beaudry, Aug Charlesbourg 

Beaulieu, A Levis 

Beaulieu, E.. .. Hotel Dieu, Quebec 
Beaulieu, Phillippe (College) .. Levis 

Beaulieu, Geo St. Onesime 

Beaumont, Charles . . L Ange Gardien 

Begin, F Ste. Anne Lapocatiere 

Begin, N (Seminary) Quebe 

Begin, F. X St. Pacorae 

Begin, P St. Malachie 

Belanger, F. H. (Cathedral).. Qn&b& 
Belanger, F. X. (St. /o7in *)..Quebe< 

Belleau, A Kamouraska 

Belieau, L Quebec 

Belleuger, Narc Desehambam 

Bergeron, A Raymonc 

Bernier, A Lotbiniere 

Bernier, H Quebec 

Bernier,J.M.St.Ferdmand d Halifax 
Bernier, B .... St. George s, Beauce 

Berube, Cy St. Ferreo 

Blais, L Riviere du Loup 

Blais, Wollaston . . St. Laurent, I. O 

Blais, A Quebec 

Blanchet, A St. Augustin 

Blanchet, Ad .... S. Pamphile Islei 

Blouin, J. B Ste. Helene 

Boissinot, L. A.S. Joseph de Beauce 
Bolduc, J B.Z (Arch.Pala,ce).QM>t i 
BenneaUjE., Hospice de Charie.Queb 

Boucher, A Ste. Ermnilie 

Boutfard, H. (Seminary t.. ..Quebec 

Boulay, Chs Charlpsbourg 

Boulet, J St. Maglolre 

Bourassa, Jos.. St. Bernard, Beauce 
Bourque,Chas (St. John s Ch) .Quebec 

Boutin, F S. George 

Breton, J. E S. Neree 

Broclm, Cam St. Denis 

Brousseau, G Quebec 

Brousseau, J. O S. Damien 

Brunet, F St. Ferdinand 

Bureau, J St. Nicolas, 

Burke, M. S., C.S.S.jS.St.Pt ks, Que. 

Campeau, A Beaumont 

Cantin, O Islet 

Carrier, C. E College, Levis 

Casgrain, G.. ..St. Jean Deschailons 

Casgraiu, R Riviere Ouelle 

Casgrain, Rene E Ste. Catherine 

Cassault, Ed St. Aiban 

Chabot, F S. Jean Deschaillous 

Chabot, L. B St. Basiie 

Chape rou, J. A.. Ste. Marie, Beauce 

Charland, F. V. (College) Levis 

Cinq- Mars, N Portneuf 

Cl >utier, Chs St. Charles 

Colfer, J. P Quebec 

Collet, C. A. (College J Ste. Anne 

Corriveau, E S. Ephrem 

Couture, W. H St. Elzar 

Cote, Jean Bapt Levis 

Cote, George Ste. Croix 

Dassylva, P S. Isidore 

D,Auteuil, J. A St. Adrien 

DeBlois, J.. .. College de Ste. Anne 

Delage, Frs. Xav Islet 

IH-lagrave, T.. St. Paul de Moutminy 

Deschenes, L. P Beauport 

Desjardins, B Cote Nord 

Desjardins., H Laval 

Desjardins, J. R Ste. Louise 

Demers, B St. Gilles 

Demers, E Mont-Oarmel 

Desruisseaux, Hon .... St. Bernard 

Desy, E., S. J Quebec 

Deziel, Anselme..St Roch de Quebec 

Dion, E. Viet Riviere Ouelle 

Uionne, A Cap S. Ignace 

Dionne, Em. (College).... Ste. Anne 
Dionne, G. B.. .. Ste. Marie Beauce 

Dionne, Pierre S. Jean 

Dowhng, Michael St. Silvester 

Drolet, George St. Columba 

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Drolet, P S. Jean Deschaillons 

Drouet, P., 0.3/.J..St. Sauvetir.Que. 

Dube, P St. Julie 

Dube, Paul Leon de Standon 

Dube, Hermen (College).. Ste. Anne 
Dufour, Ed .... St. Roch des Aulnets 

Dumonthier, Felix Levis 

Dupuis, F , ..Levis 

Dupuis, J. B Quebec 

DeBrie, H Ste. Justine, Lan. 

Fafard, E. S St. Joseph de Levis 

Faguy, F. X S. Jean de Quebec 

Faucher, J Ancienne Lorette 

Feuiltault, J. A S. Michel 

Feuiltrault, J. E. (Sem ryj.. Quebec 

Fillion, M Quebec 

Fievez, L.,C.S.S. .R.Ste.AnneBeaupre 

Fortier, F. N Levis 

Fortin, A. A S. Ambroise 

Fortin, Max Cap Sante 

Fournier, L. G S. Lambert 

Eraser, George Levis 

Frechette, H. t> Raymond 

Frenette, E S. Cyrille 

Gagne, C Dechanibault 

Gagne, Lucien.St. Cajetan d Armagb 
Gagnon, F. Cleop (Sem ryJ.. Quebec 

Gagnon, H Ste. Claire 

Gagivm, L Ste. Famille, I.O. 

Gagnon, C. O. (Arch. Pal.).. Quebec 

Galerueau, G S. Pacome 

Garneau, Ferd S. Eleuthere 

Garon, S St. Subastien 

Gauthier, A....S. Patrice, Megantic 

Gauthier, J S. Lazare 

Gauvin, N Ange Gardien 

Gauvreau, A. A Levis 

Genest. A Quebec 

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 

God bout, A. N S. Romuald 

Godin, A. O Quebec 

Qosselin, D St. Koch o, Quebec 

GoHsrlin. A. H St. Jeanne 

(Josselin, F. X S. Boon s. Quebec 

}o-sflm, J. B S. Frederic 

Gouiu Ste. Marie 

Oouin, C , 3. Cervois 

Gouin, H Quebec 

Grenier, L St. Elzear. Beauce 

Grenier. F.. 0. M.I...&. Sauveur.Quebec 

tJreuier, Ovide s. Isidore 

iJrondin.L K... Notre Dame dn Portage 

Guartin, Noel St.Oasimir 

Guy. Bern. C S. Coeur 10 Jesus 

Guy, Geo S. lilon de Cranbourne 

Htlle. Et Ste. VlHrgUHnte 

Hille. I, S. Andre 

Htlle, C -U.. Pierre, (. 0. 

H-imel, Ths. V it. (Sfmfnar^)... Quebec 
Himelin. L... General Hospital. Quebec 

Hebert, Nic KamonrMka 

H narick A ,C.SS R. S. Acne Bnaupre 

Hoffman, Jos S. David 

Hondo, Theo N. D. de Backland 

Hudon, J I>pvis 

Hadon. Jos S. Philippe de Neri 

Hudon, M...St.Nareisse de Beaurivau;e 

Hudon. Ernest S. Antonin 

Hudon, T 3 Casimir 

Huot, M St. Vital, Laml>toii 

Kelly, P Ste. Agathe 

bbg. R Stoneham 

Labrecque, M (Seminary) Quebec 

Labreque, P. H. . . . Anciennt* Lorette 

[^achevrotiere, G S Uhald 

,anamm. J.C.K. (Seminary)... Quebec 

Lilr.mce. A Core Nord 

ace, P Jformal School, Quebec 

jaaiueux, Jos S. Jean, Port Joly 

Laliberte, E St. Thomas 



1885.] 



CLERGY FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. 



119 



Laliberte, F S. Henri de Lauzon 

Laliberte, N St. Michel 

Lambert. Z Ste. Anastasie 

Lamontague. Ed N. D. de Montauban 
Langlois, L. A. Pointeaux Esquimaux 

Laplante. F. X St. Jos. d^ Levis 

Laurge, V S Raphael 

Leclerc, C Levi 

Leclerc, C Ste. Claire 

Leclerc, N. H Inverness 

Legare, Ad Braup- rt 

Le^are, 0. E. (Arch. Pal.) Quebec 

Le^are, V St. Jean ChrysostonM 

J.emay. P Lotbiniere 

Lessard, II Quebec 

Lemoine, (J. (Urtvline i Op.) ... Quebec 

Lemidux, A. (Semin irti) Quebec 

Lemieux, D S. Anaes de Beauee 

Leoiieux. G. (Seminary) Quebec 

Lessard. L. N. (College) Ste Anne 

Lessard, Phil N. D. Carde Quebe. 

Levesgne, L S. Frs. finance 

Linden. A. ,O./S&/Z Ste.Ann^-deBeanpr* 

Lindsay, L College de L6vi* 

Maguire, B. (Seminary) Quebec 

Msrchaiid, A Quebec 

Marceau. Ludger S. Cilixtt 

Marcoux. Ed. (Seminary) Quebec 

Marois. C. A. (Arch: Pai.) Qimbtw 

Marois. l> S. Rouiauld 

Marquis, J...Hos. Sacred Heart. Queb. 

Mart el, Ant S. Joseph, Beauee 

Martel, Joseph Groudines 

Martm, J. E St. Frederic 

Miithieu. 0. E. (Seminary) Quebec 

Matte. Dam 6t. Culixte, Somerset 

Mayrand, L Quebec 

McCarthy, F., C.SS.R St. 1 at., Q. 

McGratty, II Valcartier 

Methot, Ed. Mich. (Seminar /) Quebec 

Methot, F. X St. Kugene 

Meunier. M. P Ste. Marie, Beauee 

Michaud, A Ste. Ann s College 

Moisan, A L Quebec 

Moisan, L. S. N T tvrcisse i 

Montminy, T. St Agapltl 



Morisset, Fidele S. Joachim 

Morinset, L S. Come 

N aud, J St. Laurent, I. 0. 

Naud. St. Sererin 

Neville, J S. Sylvestre 

O Farrell, J Fratnpton 

:) U try, P. (Sem.)... Sillery 

Oliva. Fred St. Francois du .^ud 

outlle. J P St. Henedine 

O liyan, P. S Quebec 

Page, K. (Seminary) Quebec 

Ptiupxljn, A Levis 

Pampalon, D S. Jos. du Levig 

1 aquet. L. A S. Thomas 

ParadU, Edm. (Seminary) Quebec 

Paradis, F. I S. Haphael 

Paradis. L. L S. Roch de Quebec 

P-.tradi*, O. St. Anselino 

Paquay, S.. C.S S .R.St.AnneBe.-tupre 

Paquet, Benj. (Seminary) Quebec 

PaqiMt, G. \ St. Api llinsiire 

Paquet, Ixmis (Seminary) Quebec 

Paquet. Louis A. (S m ) Quebec 

Paquet. H Ste. Petronill . . I.O. 

Pardis, L. L Quebec 

Parent. J. E S. Martin 

Pelletier, A Chateau Richer 

Pelletier, Andre St. Jean. I.O. 

fe letter DotI Rome 

Peilrffier. Qeo St. Alexandra 

Perusse. L St. Tite 

P!ai?ance, W Levis 

Pilore, F St. AusuMin 

Plimondon, Frs.... St. John s Quebec 

Plamocdon, J. Bte Isleaux (Jriies 

Poire.Cha. Ed Ste. Ann s C. i 

Potvin, G St. \iibert i 

l j onli..r, Chs S. Joseph Je Levis 

Pouliot, P. A Ste. Perpetue j 

Poulin, Louis St. Isidore. Lauzu 

Poullet,L.C .5S.7?.Ste.AunedeBeaupre 

Proulx, L. A Quebec J 

Proulx, N College Ste. Ann 1 

Provaucher, L Cap Rouge ! 

QueZfl, L. E St. Joseph de Heauce 



RaiiiYille, A Sre. Valier 

Rein, J., C.SS R...8 Patrick s, Quebec 
Rheaume, Ans N. (Seminary) Quebec 

Kieuard, Chs Ste. Sophie 

Richard. C. P Ste. Ann s College 

Richard, Jos College Ste. Anne 

Robert, E.. S.J. Quebec 

Rol in, B St. Antoine 

Rouleau, A S. Jean, I. 

lioulau, J. E St. Roch de Quebec 

Roukau, T Quebec 

Rousseau, A Beauport 

Rousseau, Leon S. Thomas 

RouHg.-au. U Poiate aux Trembles 

Roustel, Pierre (Seminary) Quebec 

Roy, Ciovis S Alexandra 

Roy, Ed Kamouraska 

Roy, J. E S. Eticnne 

Roy. P. (Seminary) Quebec 

Sn he. L. G., SJ. Quebec 

Sa^seville. Jerome Ste Foye 

Savoie. P Brnughton 

Scott, A S. Autoine 

Sexton, James S. Roch, Quebec 

Siroiji, J. N (Jap. S. lunace 

Soncy. J. St Ephrein 

Soulafd, J. B Rcurcuilg 

St. Pierre, J. L. (College) ....Ste. Anne 

Tanxuty. Horn St.Jsan, Port Joli 

T;n-dif, Charles N. D de Le"vis 

Ttu, H. (Bishop s Palace) Quebec 

Tes.iier, Frs. X.. . St. FrnncoK Beauee 
Tirlen, J., C.S.S.Jt.t, Auuedi-Bfaupre 

Tetu, A Ste Anue Coll 

Tr-imblay, L 0., (Ovltege) . . . .St. Anne 

Tiboul-1. O B... S. Augustia 

Tremblay, P. G Beauport 

Trudl T ..Sherbrooke 

Trudelle. Charles. ..College Ste. Anne 

Turrr,tte. J. T .....P rtneuf 

TuUUaoonrt,A S Paschal 

V;din. A Kivieredu Loup 

Vallee, A N. D de Levis 

Veriv.t. E Beanport 

Villeneuve, J. B S. Victor, Tiing 



FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS. 



TABLE showing the sums payable in Germany in Marks 


and Pfennigs, on Orders issued in Canada. 


a 






_ 




s 




4 


j; 


3 


" d 





:~ 







<& ^* 


a - "" 


~- t*> 


^ -^, ^ 


V S ^ 


^ >, 


^ "^ 


II 


= 


5 s 


3 ? 3 


5 i 


s S i 


S 2 


S = 


* 


>-jl 


5j 


3 
> O S 


1^ 


^3^ 


II 


>-!! 


cents. 


pf. 


cunts. 


m. pf. 


$ c. 


in. ])f. 


$ c. 


m. j)f. 


1 


4 


20 


83 


1 00 


416 


1500 


62 40 


2 


8 


25 


I 04 


2 00 


832 


20 00 


83 20 


3 


12 


30 


1 25 


3 00 


12 48 


25 (. 


104 00 


4 


16 


40 


1 66 


4 00 


1664 


30 00 


124 80 


5 


20 


50 


2 OS 


500 


20 80 


35 00 


145 60i 


6 


25 


60 


2 50 


600 


2496 


40 00 


166 40 


7 


29 


70 


2 91 


7 00 


2912 


45 00 


187 20 i 


8 


33 


75 


3 12 


8 00 


33 28 


50 00 


208 00 


9 


37 


80 


3 33 


9 00 


37 44 






10 


41 


90 


3 75 


1000 


41 60, 







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 Francp, Algeria, 
Belgium, Italy and Switzerland in Francs and Cen 
times, on Orders issued in Canada. 



d 




_ 




fl 









_c . 

ll" 


- ? > - 


If 


ffc 


5 ?> 


l c ^ 


if 


~ 
= ? a 


ri - L ~ Z ^_ 


3 .*.= . 


"^ _E ^ ^ -E 


- ~ 


~. z 3, 


O^ \> ~^. 


^rt ^-*^ 


O^i 


-* ^ 


is 


> A*.t\ 


cents. 


c:ms. 


cents. 


fr. cv. 


$ c. 


fr. ce. 


9 e. 


fr. ee. 


1 


5 


20 


1 00 


1 00 


5 10 


15 00 


76 50 


2 


10 


25 


1 25 


200 


10 20 


20 00 


102 00 


3 


15 


30 


1 55 


3 00 


15 30 


25 00 


127 50 


4 


20 


40 


2 05 


4 00 


20 40 


30 00 


15 . 00 


5 


25 


50 


2 55 


500 


25 50 


:<5 00 


178 50 


6 


30 


60 3 05 


6 00 


30 60 


40 00 


204 00 


7 


35 


70 


3 55 


7 00 


35 70 


4500 


229 50 


8 


40 


75 


3 80 


8 00 


H) 30 


5000 


255 50 


9 


45 


80 


4 10 


900 


45 9(- 






10 


50 


90 4 60 


10 00 


51 01 







The above table applies to Austria-Hungary and Rou- 
mauia, but sums payable in either of those countries 
will be subject to a further d- duotion by the Swiss Post 
Office of -i > centimes for each 25 francs, no abatement 
being less than 50 centimes.* 



* The original Order issued in Canada, and payable in Belgium.Italy, Switzerlai d, Austria, Hungary or Roumania, 
should be retained by the remitter. The payee will receive a proper form of Money Order from the Chief Office at 
Antwerp, Turin, or Baale, as the case maybe. The original Order, issued in Canada, and payable in France, 
must be sent to the payee by the remitter. 

[287] 



120 



POLICE MAGISTRATES COUNTY REGISTRARS, ETC. 



[1885. 



POLICE MAGISTRATES, PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Alexandria Angus McDougaldj 

Aylm?r W. A. Glover 

Belleville J. J. B. Flint 

Brockoille Joseph Deacon 

Bowmanville Geo. Haines 

Brantford Jas. Weymss 

Cardinal Magnus Cormack 

Chatham M. Houston 

Clifton A. G. Hill 

Cobourg J. H. Dumble 

Cornwall A. Betlmue 

Dresden Cha pple 

Grimst/iorpe Jas. Cleak 

Gudph T. W. Saunders 

Halton County . . . W. II. Young 
Hamilton Jas. Cahill 



Hastings County.. Jas. Cleak 

Ingersoll C. B. Chadwick 

Kingston J. Duff 

Lake Township .. Jas. Cleak 

LinJ-iay Arthur O Leary 

London E. J. Parke 

L Orifjnal 

Merritton P. H. Ball 

Mitchell J. H. Flaog 

Owen Sound Geo. Spencer 

0>ihawa Geo. A. Qrierson 

Ottawa Martin O i Jara 

Park Hill Win. Wells 

Pembroke S. E. Mitchell 

Ptterboro D. W. Dumble 

Port Hope K. H. Holland 



Port Pf rry 

Port Colborne 
Prince Ed. County. 

Simcoe 

St. Catharines .... 

St. Thomas 

Stratford 

Straihroy 

Tilsonburg 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Tudor Township 

Welland 

Whitby 

Windsor 

Woodstock . . 



W. B Pringle 
G. C. Currey 
T. G. MatheVm 
J. H. Comfort 
W. J. White 
J O Loane 
Jas Noble 
L McLean 
G. T. Denis* . 
G. H. Gordon 
James Cieal: 
E. R Hellems 
Major Harper 
Alex. Bortlett 
G. C. Field 



STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES IN ONTARIO. 

Parry Sound Patrick McOurry, Parry Soun< 

Thunder Bay Robt. Laird, Port Arthur 

Algoma W. D. Lyon, Kat Portage 



Haliburton S. S. Peck, Minden 

Muskoka Chas. W. Lount, Bracebridge 

ffimirina i John Doran > Pembroke 

a 1 E. B Borron, Sault Ste. Marie 



PROVINCIAL ARBITRATORS, ONTARIO. 

T. H. A. Begue, Chairman Dundas. 

Win. McBurney Lindsay. \ Henry Taylor Cathcart, P. 

COUNTY REGISTRARS, ONTARIO. 

Inspwtnr of Registry Offices Sidney Smith, Cobourg. 



COUNTIES tC. 


REGISTRARS. 


CO NTIES. 4C 


REQIBTRARS. 


CO iNCIES *u. 


REH1STRAR8. 


ALOOMA Dib.. 


O.J.Bampton, Sault Ste. M 
TXS. 8hust"n, Brantford 
D Sinclair. Walkerton. 
W. H. Waller, Ottawa. 
Wm McKim Orana-eville 
S. S. Cook, Morrisburg. 
Geo. C. Ward, Port, Hope. 
R Armour. Bowmanvilli 
A M>:Laehlin,St Thomas 
J. W. Askin Sandwich. 
R. M. Ruse, Kingston. 
A.M -Danal i, AUvianii: A 
Patrick MiiCrea, Preseott 
R.MeKuight,Oweu Sound 
Th mas Lander. Uurhau. 
4. P. Farrell, Cayuga. 
K Noice, Miudeu. 
Francii Rtrciay. Milton. 
J M. Williams. Hamilton. 
W. 11 Ponton. Belleville. 
Jas. Dicksou. <TO<1eri"h. 


<ivasi ON(C; 
KENT 


J.t .Gild^ifilcfsve. Kin^st n 
P. D. McKellar, Chatham 

B. M. Proctor, Sarnia 
John Mwiizies. Almonte, 
.lames Bull, Perth. 
W H C"le. Brockville. 
M P. Roblin, Nap.tDee. 
Hon. J. G.Currie, St. Catb 
W. C. L. Gill, London. 
Jas Ferguson, London. 
S. Blackburn, Glencoe. 
J. E. Lount, BrsiCHbridge 
Johu Dornn. Pembroke. 
\. A. Donly, Simcoe. 
J. M. Grover. Ooitwrne. 
\Vuj.fI Ky re. Cobourg. 
J. Him Perry. Wliitby. 
Alex. Burritt. Ottawn. 
.f Ingersoll, Wo dstock 
A. Starkey. P. Sound. 


PEEL 


A Dick BI MIII in n. 
D D Hv, Stri ford. 
P. Whelehan. St. Mary s. 
B. ^1o^ow. Pettrboro . 
J Iliairinson. L rignal 
W. Mi Kenzip-. I icton. 
A. Irving, Pembroke 
Jas. Ktm< s Duncanville 
Samuel Lount. BMriie- 
.1. Copelnnd, Cornwall. 
W. i. Laird Po,t Artbiir 
C. Lindsey. Toronto. 
H. riunsford. Lindsay. 
D. McDonirall. Rnilin. 
D D Kverarrio. Wcllar 1 
7. Andrson Arthur. 
V. Hiuinnothiud.Ouc !; 
J.M. Williams, Hnmil 
.1 Ridnnt. Toronto. 
J J. Pearson, Newmark * . 


t ERTH. N.R... 
" S.R. 

PETERBORO . . 

RESOOTT . ... 

Pa. HOWARD.. 

Rr.NFREW 

RUSSELL 

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BRUCE 


hAMBTON 
LfAJfARI, ff R 
" S.R 


OAKLETON .... 
DOFFERIN.... 

DUNDA3 

DURHAM, E p.. 

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L/EIVNOX* AD. 
LINCOLN 


LONDON (C.). 
MIDDLESEX. K. 
W 

MUSKOKA DlS 
NlPISSING DlS 

NORFOLK 
NORTHUB.E R 

" W.R. 

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,\ (0.).. 

>XFORD 

i . SOUND Dis 


ESSEX 


^TORMONT .... 

T IUN.B Dis. 

TORONTO (C.). 

V lCTOR A 

WATERLOO.... 
WKLLAN 
WELLS N.N.R. 

" S B. 

WENTWORTH. 

YofiK.E tW.R. 
li N.R 


FRONTBNAC... 
GLENGARRY... 
GRENVILL ... 
GREY. N R 

S.E 

HALDIMAND.. 
HALIBURTON 
HALTO-; 
HAMILTOS(C) 
HASTINGS 
HURON 



REGISTRATION DIVISIONS, ONTARIO. 

The Counties which are divided into Ridings for Registration purposes are as follows : 



DURHAM. East Riding Townsbips of Hope, Cavan, 
and Manvers ; Town of Port Hope and Village of 
Millbrook. West Riding Townships of Darlington, 
Clarke and Cartwright. Town of Bowmanville and 
Village of Xewca^tle. 

G-REV. North Riding Townships of Collingwood, 
Euphrasia, St. Vincent, Sydenham, Holland, Sulli 
van, Saiawac.k, Kcppel, Derby ; Towns of Owen 
Sound and Meaford. Smith Riding Townships of 
Artemesia, Bentinck, Egremont, Glenelg,Noimanby, 
O.sprey and Proton ; Town of Durham. 

LANARK North Riding Townships of Ramsay, Dal- 
liousie, 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 Sherbrooke ; Town of Perth ; 
Town of Smith s Falls and Village of Carleton Place. 

MIDDLESEX. East and North Riding Townships of 
London, Westminster, Dorchester, West Nissouri, 
Adelaide. Lobo, Kastand West Williams, McGillivray 
and Biddulph, and the Villages of London East and 
West, Park Hill, Ailsa Craig and Lucan. West 
Riding Townships of Delaware, Caradoc, Ekfrid, 
Mosa and Metcalfe ; Town of Strathroy, and Villages 
of Newbury, Wardsville and Glencoe. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. East Riding Townships of 
Cramahe, Brighton, Murray, Percy and Seymour ; 
Villages of Colborne, Brighton, Campbellford and 
Hastings. West Hiding- "Townships of Hamilton, 
Haldimarid, Alnwiok and South Monaghan ; Town 
of Cobourg. 

PERTH. North Riding Townships North Easthope, 
Ellice, Logan, Elma,Mornington and Wallace; Towns 
of Stratford and Listowel. South Riding Town 
ships of South Easthope, Downie.Fullarton. Hibbert, 
and Blanshard ; Towns of St. Mary s and Mitchell. 

WELLINGTON. North Riding -Townships of Arthur, 
West Luther, Minto, Peel & Maryborough : Villages 
of Arthur, Clifford and Dray ton ; Towns of Harris ton, 
Mount Forest and Palmerston. South and Centre 
Ridings Townships of West Garafraxa, Erin, Era- 
mosa, Puslinch, Nichol, Pilkington and Gutdph ; 
City of Guelph ; Villages of Fergus and Elora. 

YORK. North Riding Townships of King.Whitchurch, 
East and North Gwillimbury, and Georgina; Villages 
of Newmarket, Aurora, Holland Landing and part of 
Stouffville. East and West Ridings Townships of 
York, Markham, Vaunhan, Scarborough and Etobl- 
coke; Villages of Markham, Richmond Hill, Park- 
dale, Weston, Woodbridge, and part of Stouffville. 



T9R81 



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COUNTY OFFICERS, ONTARIO. 



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TOWNSHIP MUNICIPALITIES, ONTARIO. 



TOWNSHIPS. 


COUNTY. 


OLKRK, AITO HIS P. 0. ADDRESS. 


Towifseips. 




COCNTT. 


CLERK, AXD HIS P.O. ADDRESS. 




Addington... 
Middlesex ... 
Simcoe 
Renfrew 
Lennox 
Bruce 


K. Wensley, Vennacher. 
W. Miller, Adelaide. 
Thos. McCabe, Loretto. 
0. Berlangriet, Admaston. 
F. Membery, Adolphustown 
C. Whicher. Colpoy tt Bay. 
Jas. lioiiaghy. Mono Road 
8. Kii kpatrick, Aldboro [P.Q 
J. II. Brown rigs;. Monte Bello, 
Thomas Lett. Eagauville. 
J. Kennedy, Pembroke. 
J. Roberts, Fentlla 
D. Reid. Skipness. 
M. G. Varcoe, Laurel. 
Jauies Benson, Ameliasburg. 
W H Mon ray, Stella. 
John Heslop, Ancaster. 
W. Kelly. Gordon. 
0. M Roluffs, Flinton. 
F. R Currie, .Minden. 
W. H. Eastlaud. A|>sley. 
J. McKini, Aikwright. 
.lames Sharpe, Burk s Fall s. 
W J. Bellamy, Fiesherton. 
W. Cashing, Kenilworth. 
E. VVensley, Vennacher. 
Johu Cooke, Duugauuon. 
John Powell, Wes wood. 
Thcis. Flexher, Hilly Grove. 
W Moore Cherry Valley. 
Manuel M. las. Algonquin. 
A. Taylor, Burnstown. 
D. Card. Mnyuoolh. 
W Deighton, Cloyne. 
R. D. Benslie, Hamilton, 
lohn E. Brown, Delta. 
Thos. Brooke, Perth. 
J. G. Pauling. Bavham. 
E. McEwen. Franktown. 
R Cook. Fermoy. 
W. Anderson, Blsirton. 
J. W. Virkers, Durham. 
Jas. E. Morrin. Ridgeway. 
W. McDonald. Rockton. 
E. B. LeKoy, Coboconk. 
U. Hodgins, Clandeboye. 
W. Ptolemv, Woodbourne 
J. Smith, jun . Ratho. 
S. Clark, St. Marys. 
M. F. Ainslie, Lruinbo. 
A. Taylor. Burnftown. 
Adam Diitfus, Widder. 
J. -. Laurie, Walkerton. 
K M. Willson, Brautford. 
G. Richmond. Hilton. 
T. II. Walshe, Sunderland. 
Isaac Gr^uier, Osceola. 
W. G. Willouifhby, Walnut. 
VI. Sheedy, M. St. Patrick. 
II Murrav, Underwood, 
Thos. (lollins, Bruce Mines. 
John Whelan, Brndeuell. 
A. Trusler, Huutaville. 
0. A. Wastell, II*liburton. 
Thos. Cothbert, Chalk River., 
Albert Foster, Scotland. 
Thomas Brooke. Perth. 
John E. Brown. Delta. 
W. H Eastland, Apsley. 
II J Sharp, CaistorvUle. 
D. Kirkwo..d Rockside. 
J. Downing. Fournierville 
LaFrance. St. Albert. 
.1. Houston, Dresden. 
J. S Miller. Centreville. 
K. Birdsall Catiboro . 
J. Elkin^ton. M D.. Ompah. 
Johu WaUh, Kirkfield 
A. Sou hvrorth Chwidar. 
U. J. Ooate, Rosseau. 
J. Breincer. (Jonrov s Farm. 


Carnarvon 
] Carradoc 


Algoma D.... 
Middlesex ... 


C. Wagg, Manitowaning. 
A. M. McEvoy. Mt. Brydgeg. 
C. Schurter, Mildmay. 
Wm. Lucas. Cartwright. 
Chas. Donaldson. Mill bridge. 
J. W. Sootheran, Millbrook. 

Jas. Mitchell, Caynga. 
Isaac Fry, South Cayuga. 
J. R. Reece, Huntsville. 

T G. Pearce, Pearcely. 
G. H. MeGillvary, Williamst n 
John Machon, Vittoria. 
S. J. Arnold. Louisville. 
S. Gray, sen., May field. 
Q Menard. Clarence Creek. 
K. ( lav fair, Plevna. 
W. L. Broad. Orono. 
W. E. Tufford, BeamsFille. 
J. A McDonagh, Carlow. 
Cba-l.-s Beli. Oxley. 
A. H. Anderson, Gesto. 
E fiorke, Thornbury. 
R. Anderson, Cornwall Centre 
H. P. Gould, Castleton. 
J hn McGuire, W etport. 
J. R. Dargavel, Elgin. 
A. Reid. Crowland. 
T. Allison, Teenwater. 
J. D Wilson, Cumberland. 
Geo. Ciimpbell. Elphin 
Jas. McGann. Kirkfleld. 
A. Watt, Hall s Mills. 
R. Windatt. Bowmanville. 
H. N. Roberts. Rutherford. 
Kobt. Bodkin. Delaware. 
E. Wensley, Vennacher. 
W. Beaton, Kilsyth. 
Geo Lish, Brownville. 
D Staple. Norland. 
D. P. Aylesworth, Dorch. S. 
Matt. Fullertou, Lyons. 
W. O Brien. S. Douro. 
J. Welsh, Dover South. 
P^tei Smith. Sebringville. 
Fred, Toy, Uffington. 
Thomas Moore, Perth. 
W. Prust, Haliburton. 
Thomas Marshall. Ayr. 
D Baptie. St. Georire. 
Wm. Darling, Hall s Glen. 
A. C. Barker, L Amable. 
S W. Uornbrook Byng. 
D. C. Clav, Dutton Station. 
W. Prust. Haliburton. 
A. M. Fisher. Amulree. 
R. Heiil, Tavistork. 
C. W. W. Dalton. Spry. 
G. Fairbairn. Speucerville. 
[>. AlUn. Halstein. 
II. McKarlane, Glencoe. 
D. McKechnie, Gillies Hill. 
J. A Jackbon. Lorneville. 
N. K. Brown, New Dublin. 
J. Pearson, SebrinKville. 
T. Fullanon, Newry. 
P. McKinley, Perth. 
Thou. O Reilly, Lombardy. 
E. .lames. Bridgewater. 
Robert Grandy. Omemee. 
J. L. Wilssu, Petrolea. 
John ( rough. Knnismore. 
11. Black. Kockwood. 
rhomas Young, Erin. 
P. A. Mabee. Odessa. 
M. F. Hughes, Escott. 
J. H. Blackburn. Farmersville 
J. Murray. Esquesing. 
ft. T. Banting, Cookstown. 
A. McPherson, Islington. 




.Adjala 


Admaston 
Adolphustown. 
Albemarle 
Albion 
Aldborough ... 
Alfred 


Cartwright ... 
Cashel 


Durham 
Hastings ... 
Durham 
Peterboro ... 
Haldimand.. 
Haldimaud.. 
i Muskoka .... 
Peterboro ... 
Parrj Souna 
Glengarry ... 
Norfolk 
Kent 




I eel 
Elgin 
Prescott 
Renfrew 
Renfrew 
Northumb l.. 


Cavendish 


Cajuga, North 
Cayuga, South 
Chaffey 


Algona 


Alice 




Alnwick 


Chapman 
Charlottenb rg 
Charlutteville. 
j Chatham 
: Chiuguacousy. 
Clarence 
Clarendon 


Amaranth 
Ameliasburgh . 
Ambernt lal d. 
Ancaster 


Dufferin 
Prince Edw . 
Len. & Add.. 
Wentworth.. 
Kssex 
Lcn. & Add. 
Haliburt n... 
Peterboro ... 
Bruce 


Peel 


Russell 
Frontenac ... 
Durham 


Anderdon 






Lincoln 


Anstruther ... 


Colborne 
Colchester, S h. 
Colchester, JTh 
Col ling wood ... 
Cornwall .... 


Kpsex 


Armour 


Parry Sound 
Grey 




Artemisia 






Wellington .. 
Addington... 
Huron 


Stormont ... 
Northumb l . 


Ashly 




Ashneld . .. 


Crosby, North 
Crosby, South. 
Crowland 


Asphodel 


Peterboro ... 
Alaoma D.... 
Prince Edw . 
Grenville ... 
Renfrew 
Hustings 
Frontenac ... 
Wentworth.. 
Leeds 


Leeds 


Assiginaek 


Welland 


Athol 


i Culross 


Bruce 


Augusta .... 


Cumberland ... 
D-dlliousie 


Russell 


Bagot 


Lanark 
Victoria 




Daltou ... 


Barrie.. 


Darling 


Lanark 
Durham 


Barton 


Darlington, ... 
Dawn 


Bastard 


Lambton ... 
Middlesex .. 
Len. & Add.. 
Grey 


Bathurst 


Lanark 

Eluin .. 


Delaware 




Beckwith 
Bedford 




Derby . ... 


Frootenac ... 
Peterboro ... 


Dereham . .. 


Oxford 
Victoria 
Middlesex ... 
Elgin 


Belmout 
Bentinck 
Bertie 


Digby 


Dorchester, N. 
Dorchester,S... 
Douro 


Welland 
Went worth. 
Victoria 
Middlesex ... 
Wentworth.. 
Oxford 
Perth 




Peterboro ... 
Kent 






Biddulph 


Downie 


Perth 


Binbrook 
Blandford 
Blanshard 
Bleulieim 
Blythefleld ... . 
Bosanquet 




Munkoka . ... 
Lanark 


Orummond . ... 


Peterboro ... 
Waterloo ... 
Brant 


Oxford 
Renfrew 
Lambton ... 
Bruce 


Dumfries. N.... 
Dumfries, S 
Duramer 
Dungaunon.... 
Dunn 


Peterboro ... 
Hastings 
Haldimand . 
Klgin , 
Halihurton. . 
Perth 


Brant 


Brantford 
Brighton 
Brock 


Brant 


Northumb l.. 
Ontario 
Renfrew 
Lambton ... 
llsufrew 
Bruce 


Duuwich 
Dvsart . 


Bromley 


Easthope, N ... 
Easthope, S. ... 
Kastnor ... 


Brooke 


Perth 


Brougham 


Bruce 


Bruce 


Edwardsburg . 
Egremont 
Kkfrid 


Qrenville ... 
Grey 
Middlesex ... 


Bruce Mines ... 
Brudeuell 
Brunei 


Algoma 
Renfrew 
Muskoka D. 
Peterboro ... 
Renfrew... 


Elderslie 
Wldon 






Buchanan 


Blizabethtown. 
Kllice 


Leeds 
Pwrth 


Burford 


Brant 


Burgess, North 
Burgess, South 
Burleigh 
Caistor 


Lanark 
Leeds 


Kluia 


Perth 


Ehusley, North 
Klmsley, South 


Lanark 
Leeds & Gren 
Hastings ... 
Victoria 
Lambton .. 
Peterboro .. 
Wellington.. 
Wellington .. 
Len. &Add.. 


Peterboro ... 
Lincoln ... 


Caledon 
Caledonia 
Cambridge 
Camden 


Peel 

Prescott 
Russell 
Kent 


Emily 


Knniskillen 
Enmsmore 


Camden, East. 
Can borough ... 
Canonto. South 
Carden 


L-.a. & Add.. 
flal lims n t .. 
Frontenac.... 
Victoria 
Haliburton . 
Sluskoka . ... 
Hastings. .. 


Erin 


Ernestown 
Escott. Front of 
Escott, Rear of. 
Bsquesing 




Cardiff 


Halton 
Simcoe 
York . 


Cardwell 


Carlow . 


Etobicoke 



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123 



TOWNSHIPS, i COUNTY. 


CLSBK, AWD HIS P.O. ADDRESS f TOWNSHIPS. 


COUNTY. 


CLERK. AND I IS P. 0. ADDRESS 


Euphemia 
Euphrasia 
Faraday 


Lambton ... 


D. M. Smith, Suth. Cor. 
Robt. Dunlop. Griersville. 
A. C. B irker. L Amable 
W. J. Lytie. Cambray. 
J A. Cockburn, Crjslar. 
W. P. Taylor. Fitzroy Harb. 
Juhn Bremner, Waterdown. 
R. McXeill, Strabane. 
Wm. Harvey, Elm vale. 
A. Osier, Featherstone. 
P. R. McCabe, Napanee. 
; Egerton R. Sills. Sillsville 
J Wilson, Russelldale 
S. Kennedy, St. Ann s. 
!M. Hartneit. Kinmount. 
J. Preston. Marsville. 
Jas. Kennedy. Garafraxa. 
Angus Ego. Virginia. 
S. Kettle, Ursa. 
T. Choate. N. Glanford. 
Jihn 3. Black, Pomona. 
C Billings, Billings Bridge. 
James Patton, Goderich. 
A. Porter. Gore Bay. 
W. E Wagctaff. Cottam. 
A. Abbott, Hazeldean. 
W. V. Beaman. North Gower. 
E. Pelton, jr South Gower. 
L. S. Bessey, St. Catharines. 
H. A. Mithfson. Eganville. [ 
John McNab, Chepstow 
W. Sponre, Kthf>l. 
E. Strain, Matawatchan. 


Lake 
Lake Nipissing 
Lanark 
Lam-aster 
Lansdowue. Ft. 
Lausdowue, Rr 
Lavant 


Hastings ... 
Algoma Dis. 
Lanark 
Glengarry ... 
Leeds 


H. M. Jones, Marmora. 
W. Hartley, Nipissing. 
A. Raukiu, Middleville. 
A, E. McRae. Glen Nevig. 
J. D. W. Dirling.Lansdowne. 
J. Burney, S"ele.t s Bay. 
R. E. Lvon. Mississippi. 
D. Stiple. No- land. 
J. D. W. Darling. I.ansdowne 
J. Bnrney, Seeley s Bar. 
C. Donalt^on. Millbridge. 
Alex. Currie, Cape Chin. 
K. R. Barclay, Poplar Hill. 
D. B. McMillan. Lochiel. 
W. Fettihei stone, Monkton 
Jas. Grant, Arva. 
D. Staple, Norland. 
J. D. Pattea, L ^rignal. 
I. Wilson. Loughboro. 
Clark Snure, Jordan. 
W. H Smith, Lucknow. 
Jas McLuham. Egerton. 
R. E. Hamilton, Luther. 
W. McKay. Minden. 
John Whelan. Brudenell. 
W. Gohme, Stoneleifh. 
John Ketcheson. Madoc 
T. F. Kane, Maidstone. 
T M Nairn, Aylmer. 
II. Botsford, Amherstburg. 
A. Porter Gore B^y. 
M. H. Ritchie, Wilherforce. 
Alfred Ryley, Bethany. 
W. R. McPhee, Upt^rgrove. 
T. Richardson. South" March. 
J. F. Cunnings. Oakwood. 
J. Stephenson, Dnionville. 
T. Wiggins. Malekoff. 
H. M Jones, Marmora. 
E. Dynes, Moorefirld. 
E. W. Burley, Waupoos. 
R. B Turnbull. Milford 
E Strnin. Matawatchan. 
Jus. McMeekin, Mattawa. 
A. Kowley. Orillia. 
G Dickson.nickson s Corners 
John Bremner.Conroy s Farm 
Wm. Wilson. Hillsdale. 
H. C Guy, Bala. 
Jas. Brown, Melancthon. 
N. Rolfson, Leamington. 
John Hutton. Napier. 
W. Anderson, Blairton. 
J. C. H. Herron.Courtland 
E. Playfair, Plevna. 
F. Mooney, Miuden. 
A. C. R. Sauuder*. Harriston 
John Wood. Peterlioro . 
AHrod Oawsou, Bailieboro 
M. H. Spencer. Zi.^ka 
M. H. Ritchie, Wilberforce. 
A. Henry, Mono Centre. 
J Ferguson, Smith s Falls. 
Jas. Tone, Mavnooth. 
Jas. Watson. Bric;den. 
J. Watson. Burns 
Wm. Clark, Blythe. 
T. White, Malta. 
A. Wilson. Glencoe. 
T. J. Galbraith. Stromness. 
C. Dtirand.Iukerman. 
M. Colquhoun, Mansfield. 
T. K. Gtirratt. Wo -U-r 
R. E. Suttaby, Gravenhur^t. 
1). Card. Maynooth. 
Chas. Clark, Parrv Sound. 
W. Frasei 1 . W. McGillivray. 
G. T. Burke, Point Alexander 
G. B. Lee. McKellnr. 
J. O Sullivan, Soaforth. 
A. Slemmont, Baysville. 
A. Hamilton. Sttwartville. 
J. Easteibroi k, Nsssatraw. 
M. Hu*his, Fort William. 
). McLaren, Ntlson. 


Hastings 
Victoria 




Stormont ... 
Carleton 
Wentworth.. 
Wentworth.. 
Simcoe 
Parry S d Dis 
Len. i, Add.. 
Len. & Add.. 
Perth 




I.eeds 


Flamboro East 
Flamboro West 
Flos 


Lanark 
Victoria 
Leeds 


Laxton 


Leeds, Front of 
Leeds. Rear of. 
Limerick 




Leeds 


Fredericksb gN 
Fredericksb g.S 
Fullarton 
Gainsborough . 


Hastings .... 


Lindsay 


Lobo 


Middlesex ... 
Glengarry ... 
Perth 


Lincoln 
Peterboro ... 
DuQVrin .... 
Wellington.. 
York 


Lochiel 


Logan 


Garafraxa, E .. 
Garafraxa, W . 
Georgina 
Glamorgan .... 




Middlesex ... 
Victoria 
Present 




Longueil 


Hiliburton . 
Wentworth.. 
Grey 


Loughborough. 
Louth 


Frontenac ... 
Lincoln 
Bruce 




Lucknow 
Luther West- 
Luther East ... 
Lutterworth ... 
Lynedoch 
Macaulay 
Madoc 
Maidstone 
Malahide 
Maiden 


Gloucester 
Goderich 


Carleton 
Huron 
Algoma D.... 
Kssex 
Carleton 
Carleton 
Grenville ... 
Lincoln 
Renfrew 
Bruce 


Wellington .. 
vVpllin^toa . 
Haliburlon.. 
Renfrew 
Muskoka 
Hastings 
Essex 


Gosfield 
Goulburn 
Gower. North. 
Gower. South . 
Graotham 


Elgin 


Essex 


Greenock 


Manitoulin 
M*nmouth . ... 
Manvers 


Algoma D.... 
Peterboro ... 
Durham 
Ontario 
Carleton 
Victoria 
York 


Huron 


Griffith 


Grimsby .... 

Grimsby, N. ... 
Grimsthorpa ... 




E Irvine, Smithville. 
W. V. Hare, Grimsby. 
E. James. Bridizewater. 
A. McCorkindale, Guelph. 
C. A. Wastell, Haliburton. 
John T. Stokes. Sharon. 
Henry St-nnett, Belhaven. 
Z. Evans. Bradford. 




Lincoln . . . 
Hastings .. 
Wellington . 
Haliourton.. 
York ... 


March 


Mariposa 
Markham 


Guilford 


Marlborough... 
Marmora 
Maryborough . 
Marysburgh.N 
Marysburgh, S 
Matawatchan . 
Mattawa 
Matchedash ... 
^latilda 


Carleton 
Hastings ... 
Wellington.. 
Pr. Edward.. 
Pr. Edward . 
Renfrew 
Algoma D.... 
Simcoe 
Dundas 
Hastings 
Simcoe 


GwilIimbury,E 
Gwilliinbury,>f 
vlwillimburj W 
Hagarty 
Haldimand . .. 
Hallowell 
Hamilton 


York 




Renfrew 
Northumb ... 
Prini H Edw . 
Northumb ... 
Hiiliburton .. 
Huliburton.. 
Kent 


T. Roche. Brudenell 
Thomas Lawless, Grafton. 
T. H. Morgan, Bloomfield. 
J. Wilgar. Cold Springs. 
C. A. Wastell. Haliburton. 
C. A. Wastell, Haliburton. 
W. R. Felloes, Blenheim. 
J. Cairnduff, Bobca\geon. 
P LeBrosse, St. Eugene 
.1. Shields, Vankleek Hill. 
Samuel Foster, Zurich. 
Thos. Legge, Deux Rivierea. 
Jas. Tone, Mavnooth. 
T. Carroll, Dublin 
F. Jones, Hillier. 
P. Brown, Maiksville. 
J. Hamilton, Parham. 
F. R. Currie. Minden. 
C. Price, Wdliamsford St n 
E. E. Dodds. Canton. 
Geo. Kady, jun., Renfrew. 
G. Bundy. Houghtoa. 
C. Grant, Ridgetown. 
M. Melville. Howe Island. 
W Dane, Gorrie. 
I.. W. Fen uson. Green Bay 
J Braithwaite. Londesboro 
Daniel Near, Humberstone. 
W. Ditchburn. Rnsseau. 
T. Graham Tweed. 
J. G. Foster, Moira. 
John Fenton, Huntley. 
R. .Montgomery, Pine Riyer. 
C. Palling. Allandale. 
0. M. Rolufr, Flinton. 
W. Patterson. Arden. 
Jas. Kraser, Lochgarry. 
James Smith, Owen Sound. 
John Hiles, Armow. 
Joseph Wood, Laskay. 
John Simpson, Cataraqui. 
Peter Reid. Langside. 
S. Edgar, Toledo. 
0. Brown, Sault Ste. Marie. 

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Mavo 


Harwich 
Harvey 


Medonte 


Peterboro ... 
Presoott 
Prescott 
Huion 
Renfrew...... 
Hastings ... 
Peith 


Medora 
Melancthon ... 
Merges 


Munkoka .... 
Dufferin ... 


Hawkesbury, V 
Hawkesburv W 
Hay .. 


Essex 


Mt-tcalfe 
Mf-thven 
Middleton 
Miller 


Middle-sex... 
Peterboro ... 
Norfolk 
Frontenac ... 
Haliburton.. 
Wellington.. 
Peterboro ... 
Northumb. .. 
-Musboka . ... 
Pererboro- ... 
Dufferin 
Lanark 
Hastings .... 
LMinbton ... 
Perth ... 


Head 


Herschel 


Hibbert 


Hillier . 


Prince B.lw . 
\lgoma D. . . 
Fionten ie ... 
Haliburton.. 
Grey . 


Minden 


Hilton 
Hinohinbrooke 
Hinilon 
Holland 


Minto 


Monaghan, N. 
Vonaghan, S... 
Monck 




Durham 
Itenfrew 
Norfolk 


Monmouth . ... 
Mono 


Horton 


Houghton 


Montague 
M niteagle 
Moore 


Kent 


Howe Island... 
Howick 


Frontenac ... 
Huron ... . 


Mornington ... 
Morris 


Algoma, D... 
Huron 
Welland 
Parry Sound 
Hastings ... 
Hastings ... 
Carleton 
Bruce 
Simcoe 
Len. & Add., 
Frontenao ... 
Glengarry .. 
Grev . 


Huron 
Muskoka . ... 
Middlesex ... 
Haldimand... 
Dundas 
Hutftrin... . 
Northumb. .. 
Muskuka .... 
Hastings .... 
Parry Sd. D. 
Middlesex ... 
Renfrew.... 


Hullett 


Morrisou 
Mosa 
Moulton 


Humbcrstune . 
Humphrey 
Hungrrford ... 
H>intiugd< n ... 
Hnutley 


Mountain. ... 


Mulmur 
Murray 


Muskoka 
McClure 


[nnixfil .. 




McDougall .... 
McGillivray ... 
McKay 


Kennolxtc ..... 




McKellar 
McKillop 


Parry 3d. D 
Huron 
Muskoka 
Renfrew 
Halton 
Algoma 
Halton 


Kincardine . .. 
King 


Bruce 
York 


Kingston 


Fronteuac ... 
Bruce 




Nassftgaweya . 
Neebiug 


Kitley 


Leeds 


Korah . 


Algoma Dig. 






1J 



124 



MUNICIPALITIES. 



[1885. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Nepean 



COUNTY. 



Slnicoe ..... 

Brant ........ 

Victoria ..... 

Froutenac .. 



Ni.igitra Kalis . 

Nichol 

Nissouri, East 
Nissouri. West 
Normanby... - 

Norwich. N th . 

Norwich , S th Oxford 
Nottawasaga.. 

Oakland 

Oakley 

Olden 

Oliver 

Oneida , 

Onondaga 

Ops 

Orford 

Orillia 

Oro 

Osgoode 

Osnabruck . .. 

Oso 

Osprey 

Otonabee 

Owengy 

Oxford 

Oxford, East . 
Oxford. North 
Oxford. West 

Pakenliarn 

Palmerston .. 

Parke 

Peel 

Peleo Island .. 

Pelham 

Pembroke ... 

Percv 

Pettewawa . ., 

Pickering 

Pilkinaton .... 
Pittsburgh 



JLERK, AND HI8 P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Plantagenet, N 
Plantagenet, f 

Plytnpton 

Port Ar hur .. 

Portland 

Portsmouth. .. 

Proton 

Puslinrh 

Radrliffe 

Ra-_ lnn 

Rainhara 

Raleigh 

Rauiu 

Ramsay 

Rit I ortaite ... 

Rawdon 

Reach ... 

Richmond ... . 

Ridotit 

Rochester 

Rolpb 

Romney 

Rons 

Roxborough ... 

RURHO!! 

Ryde 

Ryerson 

Saltfleet 

Sandflrld 

Sandwich, E... 
Sandwich, W... 

Sarawak 

Sarnia 



ll.ildiciand . 

liraiit 

Victoria 

Kent , 

Simcoe , 

Simcoe , 

Garleton 

Stormont 
Frontenac .. 

Peterboro .. 

\lgoma Dis 
Urenville .. 
Oxford 

Ixford 

Oxford 

Lanark 

Frontenac .. 

JgOlliH U ,r, 

Wellington 

Welland."." 

Renfrew 

N tlium lanr 

Renfrew 

>ntario 

Wellington 
rronrenac .. 

fnwcott 

Prwscott 

Lamhton .. 

^OBlrt D .. 

Fronteuac .. 
Frontenac 

!}rey 

Wellington . 
ilentrew 

Renfrew 

Inklimand. 



Saugeon | Bruce 

Sault Ste Marie 



Scarborough 
Scott 



Scugog 



York 

Ontario 

.,,, Ontario 

Sebastbpol Renfrew 

Seneca Haldimand. 

Seymour Xorthurah l. 

Sheffield Len < Add., 

gherbrooke . ... Ha! <1 inland . 



Carleton ( . W IlHriner, Uinfonburgh 

Lincoln C. Fisher Qneennton. 

Wellanc, J. Kobin.oa Niagara Falls. 

Wellington., .lames McQueen, Fergus 

Oxford C. K. Commander Mt-.dlna. 

Middlesex ... William L^e. Thorudsle. 

Grey 1(3. Hopf Moitke. 

Oxford S. Coou. Norwich ville. 

John Cooper. Otterville. 

Angus Bell, Singhampton. 

Henry Key. Oakland. 

Fred Toy. Ufrinnton. 

M W Price. Ariien. 

0. Duruss, Mm Ma Station. 
H .1. Inre. Willow Grove. 
S. J. McEivny. Tnsoarcra. 
.1. O Leary, Lindsay. 

H Watson, Cl^arriJle. 
A. Fowlie. Orillia 
Georjje Tudhope, Rugby. 
J. Kennedy Vletcalt n. 
K. ValUnce, Woodlands. 
I. Riirn. j y Vlatierly. 
W. Milne. Mxxwell. 
leorge Kead. Keene. 
. Brown. Sault Ste. Marie 
fobt Leslie, Kemptville. 
J.Q Pttit. Burgessville. 
A HillNdon. Ingersoll. 
has. Mason. Beachville. 
i>i. Oounery. Cedar Hill. 
I Klkington, M.D., Ompah. 
C Brown Sault Ste Marie. 
M Hendfisnn. Glenail^n. 
,. Wardroper, P lee Island. 
I"hn B. Crow. Rirtgeville. 
!I W. Perrit. Pembroke. 
K. P. Hnrlbnrt. Wnrkworth. 
Pnnl liannhxni r, Pettewn 
D R Beaton. Whitevale. 
K. roina . Snlem. 
ChH. BolwH Birrif field, 
t*. Gareau. PI <nt<ienct 
A \fclytiar! Kira*ville. 
r. R K. Scott. Forest. 
W H LauRworth. Pt.Arthur 

1. Donnelly Harrow-mith. 
T. K^lly. Portsmouth. 

I. CiK nnagh. Ventr.y. 
I VirLuan. Aberfoyle. 
E K. Me I het-. Palmer s Rapid. 
K.R Me Phe, Palmer s Rapid? 
K A llavill. Kaiubaui. 
1. O St.-\vart. F.etchyr. 
P. Kelly. Fwn. 
anies Oaskey, Almonte. 
W. Bn den fiat Portage. 
i D. WigL ins Springurook. 
J ( hristic. Manchi fiter. 
. Winter!". Sol by. 

Sluroniont, Baysville. 
1 J. Kreemau, Belle Hjver 
i boy. Cnthlwrt. Cliailt River. 

Ooatsworth, Romney 
I Ri->ri"l Is. ForBfrtfr p Fall? 
3 Mclntosh. Moncklnnd. 

I> iux. Russell 
A.C Fl-tchnr Hou^ey Rapid. 

OeddfS. Miiilothiau. 

R. Smith, Winoria. 
fohn Brown, audfi Id. 
7 I), .lanisse, WHlkervi le. 
) Roclieleau. (Canard River. 
) JulyMD. . Jan. . Pr--q Isle. 
f< hn Lowrirt, Sarnia 
1. B. Fleming, Aherdour. 
". P. Bn,wn, Sault St. Marie. 
. Crawford, Malvern. 
.V. Nelson. Uxbiidge. 
; ohi) Foy, Port Perry. 

VVahher. Vanburgh. 
\ Williamson, jun.. York. 
W Vlortou. Cumpbellford. 
ns Shields, Tamworth. 
V. Chalmers. Low Banks. 



Ontario 



<V goraa D 
lastings 
Intario 



Muskoka . .. 

,ssex ......... 

tenfrew ...... 

Cent .......... 

Renfrew ...... 

Stormont ... 
Hus^ell ...... 

Muskoka . 
Parry Sound 
Wentworth . 
Al oraa .. 



Kssex 



Lambton 



Algoma Dis. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Sberbmoke, N. I an ark 

Sherhrooke. S. I Lanark. ... 



COr/NTT. 



^ictotia ..... 

Renfrew 



Sberbourne 

Sherwood 

Shiiiiiiih 

Sidney ......... Hastings ... 

Smith ............ I Prterboro ... 

Haliburton.. 

Lambton. .., 

Victoria ...... 

P. Kdward... 

Klgin ......... 

Renfrew ..... 

Welland ...... 

Haliburton.. 

Huron . ..... 



Snowden 

Sombra 

Komerville . .. 
Sophiaeburgh 
Sout iwold 

Stafford 

Stamford 

Stanhope 

Stanley 



St Edmonds... 

Stephen 

Stephenson ... 
St. Joseph s Is. 

Stinted 

Srnrrington .. 

Strong 

St. Vincent . .. 

Sullivan 

Sunnidale 

Sydenham ... 
L aren torus . .. 

Tay 

Tecumseth 

IVlikumnjah.. 

I horah 

Thorold 

I linrlow 

Tilbury. East... 
Tilbury, West.. 

Tiny 

Torbolton 

Toronto 

Toronto Gore 
Tossorontio ... 

Townsend 

Trafalgar 

I lickersmith... 

I udor 

I lirti berry 

rycndinaga ... 
(Jnorg ed T ps. 

Unborne 

Uxbiidge 

Vaugbah 

Vernlam 



Bruce 

Huron 

Victoria 

Algoma D ,., 
Muskoka . ... 
Kroutenac ... 
Parry S dD. 

Orey 

Grey 

Simcoe 

Grey 

Algoma Dis 
Simcoe ..... 
Simcoe 



Ontario^ 

Welland 

Hastings .. 

Kent 

Kssex 

Simcoe 

iarleton 

Peel 

Peel 

imcoe 

Norfolk 

Halton 

Huron 

[lastings .. 

Huron 

Hastings .. 

Muskoka .... 

Huron 

Ontario 

York 

Victoria 

Simcoe ... 

Welland 

Perth 

Haldimand. . 

Norfolk 

A urwick Lambton ... 

Waterloo Waterloo ... 

Watt Muskoka.... 

WMwanosh, R. Huron 

Wawanosh, W Huron 

Wellesley (Waterloo ... 

Westmeath .... Renfrew 

Westminster... M ddlesex ... 

Whitby. Rast.. Ontario 

Whitby, West. Ontario 

Whitcburch ..JYork 

Wii-klow [Hastings 

Wilberforce ... (Renfrew 

Williams, Rast 1 Middlesex ... 
Williams. West Middlesex ... 



Wallace . 
Walpolc. 



Williamnburg,. 

Willovighby ... 
Wihnot 



Dundas 

Wellaud 

Waterloo ... 

Winchester ... Dundas 

Windham Norfolk 



Wolfe Island... 
Wolford ......... 

Wollaston ...... 

Wood ........ 

Woodhouse ... 
Woolwich ...... 



Varmouth ...... 



Frontenac ... 
Grenville ... 
Hastings .... 
Munkoka ... 

Norfolk 

Waterloo ... 
Renfrew. ... 
filgin , 



CLEKK, AND HIS P.O. ADDRESS. 



Geo. Campbell, Elpbin. 
Henry Rianey, Maberly. 
.las. Melville, Maple Lake. 
Jos Kendtr, Rockingha.ni. 
A. W.Thompson. Port Arthur 
T. B. Prior. Wallbridge. 
F. J. Bell. Selwyan. 
K. B. Munn, Minden. 
A, A. Henderson, Pt Lambton. 
W. S DawKon. Baddow 
T Moore, Demorestville. 
M. Cxiupbell, Fingal. 
W. Hawkins, Stafford. 
F. A. Halt. Soulh End. 
Jas Melville. Maple Lake. 
G Stewart. Varna. 
Alex . Currie, Cape Chin. 
Chester Prouty, Hay. 
D. Bain, Utterson. 
A. Clifford. Richard s Land g: 
T. Lsikeman, Aspdin. 
A. Ritchie, Inverary. 
G E. Gibbon. Denviile. 
John Albery. Meaford. 
A. Stephen, Marinion 
Alex. Hislop, Stayner. 
C. Gordon. Owen Sound. 
C. Brown, Sault Ste Marie. 
S L. Montgomery. Wyebridge. 
Henry Stone, Tottenham. 
H.Currn.Tehkummah. 
Geo. Smith, Beaverton. 
P S. Musen, Allanburgh. 
Ed. Thrasher. Foxboro . 
B.R.Farquharson,TilberyB. 
J. B. Chauvin, Chevalier. 
T T remeer Penet>uigimhene 
W. Newham. Woodlawn. 
John Eakius, Streetsville. 
N. Harrison. Castlemore. 
H. Pettigrew, Everett. 
L. N. Collvor, Waterfprd. 
J. K. Applebee. Oakville. 
W. McConnell. Sefiforth. 
C. Donaldson. Millbridge. 
Thos Fortune. Wroxeter. 
A.B Randall. Shannonville. 

0. Patterson. McKel ar. 
N. f. Clarke, Faiquhar. 
K. II. Hilborn, Uxbridge. 
J. M. Lawrence. Rieh d H. 
[. Junkin, Bobcaygeon. 
Geo. SneHth. Midhurst. 

J. Henderson, Mnvshvllle. 
R G. Roberts. Shipley. 

C. E Bourne, Jarvis. 

I Phelnn. WaMngharn C. 
W. H. Stewart. Warwick. 
Qso. A. Tilt, Blair. 

? Richardson, Ullswater. 
. Purterfield, MaruocU. 

1. Murray. St Helens. 

gn. Affholder, St. Clements. 
A. Cameron. Bcar-hburgh. 

I. Anderson, Wilton Grove. 
W. Purvis, Columbus. 

D. Holliday, Brooklin. 

I W. Collins. Newmarket. 

1. Card, Maynoothj 

?hos. Lett. Kganville. 

>avid Wyllie. Nairn. 

Fohn Dawson. Sylvan. 
G. 0. Tracey. Archer. 

famws Smith Chippewa. 

I. Liersch, Baden. 
. Raf. Ohesterville. 

1. Green, Windham, Ceri, 
Thos. Hatfield. Wolfe Is. 

I. M. Brown Kasfon sCor. 

i. Donaldson, Millbridge. 

I. C. Guy, Bala. 
M. England, Pt. Dover. 

. L. Wideman. St. Jacobs. 
T Cuthbert, Chalk River. 
K. W. McKay, St. Thomas. 



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MUNICIPALITIES. 



125 



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CODNTT. 


CLERK, AND HIS P.O. ADDRESS. 


TOWNSHIPS. 


CODNTY. 


CLERK, AND HIS P, 0. ADDRESS. 








ftone 


Kent 


S Ilitnis. Florence. 






J II Blackburn, Farmers?. 


X.orra, East ... 


Oxford 


O. VV.McKnv. Hiokfon. 


York .. 


York . 


J. K. Leslie, Eglincrton. 


Zorra, West.... 


Oxford 


G. Inntta. Brooks-dale. 



INCORPORATED CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, ONT. 

NOTE. Cities in Caps. Villages in Italics. 



CITIES, TOWN S, 
ETC. 



COUNTY. JCLERK, AND P. O. ADDRESS. 



CITIES, TOWNS, 




Acton 

Ail so, Craig . . 
Alexandria . . 
A I nonte .... 

Allifston , 

Alvinston .... 
Araherstburg 

Apsley , 

Arkona 

Arnprior . . . 

Arthur 

Ashburnham 

Aurora 

Ayliner 

Ayr 

Barrie 

Bath 

Bayfidd 

Bcainsville . 
Belle River.. . 
BELLEVILLE . 

Berlin 

Blenheim . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Bothwell.. .. 
Bowtnanville 
Bracebridge . 
Bradford . . . 
Brampton .. . 
BRANTFORD. . 
Brighton . . . 
Brockville . . . 

Brussels 

Burlington . 
Caledonia . . . 
Campbellford 
Cannington . 
Cardinal . . . 
Carleton Place 
Cayuga .. 
Chatham 
Ohtsley . . 
Chippawa 
Clifford .. 
Clinton .. 
Cobourg 



Halton .....J. E. McGarvin, Acton. 
Middlesex., i E. B. Smith, Ailsa Craig. 
Glengarry .. 8. R. McLeod, Alexandria. 
Lanark .... Lewis Coulter, Almonte. 
Simcoe . . ..!J. C. Hart, Ailiston. 
Lambtoa .. Richard Code, Alvinston. 

Essex J.Templeton,Amherstburg. 

Peterboro .. P. W. C. Shewen, Apsley. 
Lambton... G B. Stephenson. Arkona. 
Renfrew.. ..[James Bell, Arnprior. 
Wellington . : : Wm W. White, Arthur. 
Peterboro .. J. Wood, Peterboro . 

York S. H. Lundy, Aurora. 

Elgin W. A. Glover, Ayliner. 

Waterloo . . A. Robinson, Ayr. 
Siracoe .... :H. Bird, Barrie. 
Lennox&Ad C. L. Rogers, Uath. 
Huron .... H. Hunter, Baytield. 
Lincoln .... R. V. Norman, Beamsville. 

Essex J. B. Churchill Belle River. 

Hastings . .. D. B. Robertson, Belleville. 
Waterloo . . I. D. Bowman, Berlin. 

Kent W. R. Fellows, Blenheim. 

Huron M. B. Mallory. Blyth. 

Victoria .... (J.H. Thompson, Bobcaygeou 

Peel IS. A. Walford. Albion. 

Kent |H. F. Smith, Bothwell. 

Durham ... R. Windatt, Bowman ville. 
Victoria .. ... James Boyer, Bracebridge. 
Simcoe .... R. Stewart, Bradford. 

Peel John McCulla, Brampton. 

Brant Jas Woodyatt, Brantf->vd. 

Northumb d !>I. K. Lockwood, Brighton. 

Leeds J. Dargavel, Brockville 

Huron ]G. E. Cooper, Brussels. 

Halton |T. Graham, Burlington. 

HaMimand . 
Northumb d 
Ontario .... 
Leeds&Gren John T. Graham, Cardinal. 



James Aldridge, Caledonia. 
D. Kennedy, Campbellford. 
George Home, Cannington. 



Lanark 
Haldimand 

Kent 

Bruce 

Welland .. 
Wellington 
Huron . . . 



A.R.G.Peden.Carlet n Place 
E. C. Campbell, Cayuga. 
John Tissiman, Chatham. 
T. McBean. Chesley. 
W. Greenwood, Chippawa. 
J. B. Allan, Clifford. 
John Callander, Clinton. 



Colborne Northumb d 



Northumb d ,W. H. Floyd, Cobourg. 



Collingwood . 
Cornwall . . . 
Deseronto ... 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Dundas 

Danville ... 

Durham , 

Eiora 

Embro 

Erin 



G. Keyes, Colborne. 



Essex Centre.. Essex 
Exeter Huron 



Fenelon Falls. 
Fergus . . 
Forest . . . 
Fart Erie 

Gait 

Gananoque 



Garden Island Frontenac 
Georgetown . . \ Halton . . 
Gravenhurst . . Muskoka 



Simcoe .... R.G. Campbell, Collingwood 
Stonuont .. Geo. S. Jarvis, Cornwall. 
Hastings .. ! R. W. Irvine. Deseronto. 
Wellington .|H. S. Mitchell Drayton. 

Kent John Chappie, Dresden. 

Wentworth. JE. Woodhouse, Dundas. 
j J. W. Hulmes, Dunnville. 
T. H. Easton, Durham. 
Edward Burns. Elora. 
;E. Cody, Embro. 
iWin. Tyler, Erin. 
O. C Bame, Essex Centre. 
JM. Eacrett, Exeter. 
C.H. Cunningham, Fen ln F 
jWm. Ross, Fergus. 
H. Barron, Forest, 
W. Hall, Fort Brie. 
J. G. Dykes, Gait. 
| S. McCammon, Gananoque. 
G. Malone, Garden Island. 
^G.S.Goodwillie. Georgetown 
Henry Castle, Gravenhurgt. 



Haldimand 

jGrey 

Wellington 
Oxford . . . 
(Wellington 



Victoria . . . 
Wellington 
Lambton . 
Welland..., 
Waterloo . . . 
Leeds , 



\rt wrwntmvrtof * * , * .U.T rvurvd > * i AJ oui v \-/aa IHC, \jiitvouuu a 

Gleneoe Middlesex ..iG. M. Harrison, Glenooe. 



COUNTY. CLERKS, AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Goderich . ...i Huron 

Griinxby j Lincoln.... 

Giimshy, N. .. (Lincoln .. .. 

GOEI.VH Wellington. 

HAMILTON.... Wentworth. 
ll.tri-iston .... Wellington . 
Hastings .... Northumb d 
Ha wkvsbury . . Pr esc.ott 

Hespeler Waterloo . . 

Hnllund Landg York 

Ingersoll .... Oxford 

Irnqunis Dundas . . . . 

Kemptuille.. .. GrenviUe .. 

Kincardine . . . |Bruce 

Kis-iWTON .... ! Frontenac .. 

Kinysville .... Essex 

Lakefield .... Peterboro . 

Lanark Lanark . . . 

Lramington . . ] Essex 

Lindsay Victoria 

Listowel Perth 

LONDON Middlesex . 

London East . Middlesex 
London West. 
L Orignal ... 

I Mean 

I.ui /mow . . . 

Madoc 

Markham .. . 



Middlesex . 
Fres t&Rus 
Middlesex . 

Bruce 

Hastings . 
York . 



Meat ord Grey .. .. 

Merrickville .. Grenville . 
Me.rri.tton ....(Lincoln .. 

^fid>alld Simeon . . 

Millbrook Durham .. 



Milton .. 
Milverton 
Mimlen .. 



Halton 

Perth 

Httliburton . 

MitKhfM Perth 

Morrisburgh . . j Dundas 
Mount Forest. Wellington . 

Len. & Add 

Leeds 

Addington. . 

Middlesex . 

Durham .... 
New Kdi.nb rgh Carleton. 



Newboro 
Newhurgh, 
Newbury . 



New Hamburg 
Newmarket. . . 
Niagara 



Niagara Falls. 



Waterloo 
York .... 
Lincoln .. 
Welland . 



Norwich Oxford 

Norwood Peterboro . 

Oakville Haltou 

Oil Springs . . . Lambton 

Omemee Victoria . 

Orange ville . . . ! Dnfferin . . . 

Orillia jSimcoe . . . 

Oshaion Ontario .. . 

OTTA w \ ! Carleton . . . 

: Owen Sound.. Grey .. .. 

Paisley Bruce 

Palmerston . . . Wellington 
Paris . . limit .. 



Pnrkdile | York 

Park Hill .... Middlesex 
Parry Sound.. Parry Sound 
Pembroke .... Renfrew... 
Penetanguis e . Simcoe .. . 

Perth LanarK .. 

Peterborough. Peterboro*. 

Peter.tville Midiilesex . 

Petrolia Lambton . 



W. Campbell, Goderich. 
;E. M. Mihell, Grimsby. 
JW. D. Hare, Grimsby. 
|J. Harvey, Guelph. 

Thos. Beasley, Hamilton. 

M. P. Empey, Harriston. 

John Sharpe, Hastings. 

A. T. Parker, Hawkesbury 

A. J. Brewster. Hes|>eler. 

F.J.Kitching, Holland Land 

R A. Woodcock, Ingersoll. 

Fames Tindale, Irciqnois. 

0. Baseom, Kemptville. 

I H. Sc,ou..all, Kincardine. 
Vt. Flanagan, Kingston. 
V. A. Grenville, Kings ville 
Uex. Bell, Laketield. 
.V. A. Field, Lanark. 

1. M. Selkirk, Leamington 
I B. Knowlson, Lindsay. 
V. Bright, Listowel. 

.lex. S. Abbott. London, 
i Isaacs, London, East. 
S. Mintou, London West. 
!. A. Johnson, L Orignal. 
f H. McConnell, Lucan. 
V. U Smith, Lucknow. 
Jhas. Gream, Madoc. 
t. H. Corson, Markham. 
John Albery, \feaford. 
John Kerr, Merriuk ville. 
J. Scliooley, Merriton. 
I. Switzer, Midland. 
V. Turner, Millttrook. 
> . J. Jones, Milton 
V. D. Weir, Milverton. 
( . Mooney, Minden. 
tobt. Christie, Mitchell, 
(ohn Fetterly, Morrisburg. 
V. C. Perry, Mount Forest. 
P. Embury, Napanee 
W. R. Witherill, Newboro. 
J. B. Aylesworth.Newburgh 
J. J. Archer, Newbnry. 
George Curtis, XeAVcastle. 
I . Tulman, New Edinburgh 
*V. Millar, New Hamburg. 
David Lloyd, Newmarket. 
D. Servos, Niagara. 
John Roberts, Niag-iraFalls 
J. H. Farrington, Norwich. 
W. II Mulli-is, Norwood. 
R. Balme--, Oikville. 
II. Brown, Oil Springs. 
tr. A. Balfour, Omemee, 
P M. Barker, Oraiigeville. 
C E. Gwiit, Orillia. 
ilharlesW Smith, Oshawa. 
Win. P. Lett, Ottawa. 
T Gordon, Owen Sound. 
John Claxton, Paisley. 
S. Caswetl, Paln/erston. 
8. Didson, Paris. 
H. S. Langton, Parkdale. 
P. A. Maybury Park Hill. 



Chas. Clark, Parry Sound. 
A. J. Fortier, Pembroke. 
I. Jennings, Penetanguis e 
Thos. BroMke, Perth. 
C. n.MacDonald, Peterboro 
T. S. Min ton, Petersville. 
G. S. MePherson, Petrolia. 



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[1885. 



CITIES, TOWNS, 
ETC. 

Picton 

Point Edward. 
Port Colborne . 
Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin .... 

Port Hope 

Port Perry 

Fort Stanley . . 
Portsmouth . . . 

Prescott 

P region 

Renfrew 

Richmond .... 
Richmond Hill 
Ridgetown .... 
Sandwich 

Sarnia 

SaultSle Marie 

Seaforth 

Slielburne 

Siracoe 

Smith s Falls . 
Southampton. 
Springfield . . 

Stay ner 

Stirling 

Stou/uiUe 

Stratford .... 
Struthroy .... 
Streetsvilie .... 
S.CATHARINES 
St. Mary s 



COUNTY. 



CLERK, AND P. O. ADDRESS. 



Prince Edwd 
Lambton . . 
Welland .... 
Lincoln 
I Norfolk .... 

IBruce 

Durham.. .. 
Ontario .... 
Elgin .... : 
Frontenac . . 
Grenville . . 
Waterloo . . 
Renfrew .... 

Carleton 

York 

Kent 

Essex 

j Lambton . . 
Algoma Dis. 
Huron .... 
JDufferin.. .. 
| Norfolk .. .. 
! Lanark .... 

Bruce 

Elgin 

Simcoe 
(Hastings .. 

iYork 

Perth 

Middlesex .. 

Peel 

1 Lincoln .... 
Perth 



John Twigg, Picton. 
Jas. Palmer, Point Edward. 
! S. J. Hopkins, Pt.Oolborne 
J. W. Considine, Pt Dalho sie 
T. M. England, Port Dover. 
N. W. Ray, Port Elgin. 
H. V. Sanders, Port Hope. 
N. F. Patterson, Port Perry 
R Thomson, Port Stanley. 
Thos. Kelly, Portsmouth. 
B. White, Prescott. 
Wm A. Husband, Preston. 
R. Drysdale, Renfrew. 
Thos. Miller, Richmond. 
M. Teefy, Richmond Hill. 

D. Cochrano, Ridgetown. 
J. A. Stuart, Sandwich. 

E. H. Johnstone, Sarnia. 
C Brown, Sault Ste. Marie. 
William Elliott, Seaforth. 

F. G Dunbar, Shelburne. 
W. W. Livingstoue, Simcoe 
W. M. Keith, Smith s Falls. 
J. T. Conaway, Saugeen. 

J. B. Lucas, Springtield. 

G. L. Darby, Stayney, 
A. Glass, Stirling. 

H.W. Woodgate, Stouffville. 
R. R. Lang, Stratford. 
J. B. Wiulow, Strathroy. 
W. J. Pinney, Streetsvilie. 
J. Rollison, St. Catharines 
W. William, St. Ma-y s. 



CITIES, TOWNS, 
ETC. 



ST. THOMAS .. 
Suniidale ... 

Tara 

Teeswater 



COUNTY. 



Thamesvillt .. Kent 



Elgin 

Simcoe 

Brace 

Bruce . . 



Thedford 

Thorold . 



I^ambton . . 

Tilsonburg . . . | Oxford 

Bruce 

York 

Hastings . . 
Ontario 

Elgin 

Bruce 

Kent 



Tiverton 
TORONTO 

Trenton 



Uxbridge 

Vienna 

Walkerton .... 

Wallace^iurgh . .*, 

Wardsviile . ..Middlesex .. 



CLERK, AND P. 0. ADDRESS. 



Waterdvwn . .. 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellington . ., 
Weston 



Wentworth . 
Norfolk .... 
Waterloo . . 
Lambton . . 
Welland .... 
Prince Edwd 

York 

Ontario .... 



Whitby 

Wiarton ! Bruce 

Windsor Essex 

Wingham . . . . Huron . . . . 
Wolla*ten .... Hastings . . . 
Woodbridge 
Woodstock 



York 
Oxford .... 

! Victoria.. .. 
Huron 
Wyoming .. . Lambton .. 



Woodvill .. 
Wroxeter . . . 



H F. Ell : s, St. Thomas. 
Geo, Burrows, Sunnidale. 
J. D. Tobey, Tara. 

B. S. S- Hadley, Teeswater. 
John Duncan, ThamesviHe. 
M. Wattson, Thedford. 

W. T. Fish, Thorold. 
W. S. Law, Tilsonburg. 
A. J. Paterson, Tiverton. 
Robert Roddy, Toronto. 
J. Simmons, Trenton. 
A. D. Williams, Uxbridge. 

C. Draeseke, Vienna. 

J. Chambers, Walkerton. 
H. E. Johnson, Wallaceb h, 
J.T. Harrington, Wardsviile 
Ij. M. Tunis, Waterdowu. 
L N. Collver, Waterford- 
F. Colquhouti, Waterloo. 
Johu Reid, Watford. 
|E. R. Hellems, Welland. 
J. H. Osborne, Wellington. 
!W. J. Conron, Weston. 
|Thos. Huston, Whitby. 
T. D. Galloway, Wiarton. 
;S. Lusted, Windsor. 
J. B. Ferguson, Win -ham. 
H. T. Miller, The Ridge. 
C. J. Agar, Woodbridge. 
,G. C. Eden, Woodstock. 
|J. C. Gilchrist, Woodville. 
Jos. Cowan, Wroxeter. 
! H G. Taylor, Wyoming. 



COPYRIGHTS IN CANADA. 



Copyrights may be secured by any person domiciled 
in 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 bock, map, chart, musical composition, or | 
of any original painting, drawing, design, &c., upon the 
following conditions : The books, maps, &c., 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 



it runs for twenty-eight years. It, may also be renewed 
for a further term of 14 years upon the same conditions. 

An Interim Copyright 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 f>r infringing a Copyright is the forfeiture 
of every copy of the work to the owner of the Copyright, 
and the payment of a fine of not less than ten cents, nor 
more than one dolhtr, for every copy found in possession. 



THE YEAR. 



The length of the year is strictly expressed by the space 
of time required for the revolution of the eartli 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 Chri-,t, Julius Cn-sar 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 h >urs. Th* arrangement he dictated was a rather 
clumsy one. A day in February, the sixth before the 
calends of March fsextilisl, 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 23rd 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 which it was 
in the days of Csesar ; in other words, the natural time 
fell behind the reckoning. From the time of the Council 
of Nice, in 3^5, when the vernal equinox fell correctly on 
the 21st of March, Pope Gregory found in 1582 that there 
had be3n 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 October 
that year should be reckoned as the 15th, and, to keep 
the year right in future, tne overplus being IS hours, 37 
minutes and 10 seconds in a century, he ordered that 
every centurial year that could not be divided by 4 (1700, 
180 , 1900, 2100, 2200, &c.) should not be bissextile, as it 
otherwise would be ; thus, in short, dropping the extra 
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 ye-ir 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 toetoe days, our first of January being equi 
valent to the 13th old style. In Russia alone, of all Chris 
tian countries, is the old style retained ; wherefore it 
becomes necessary for one writing in that country to any 
foreign correspondent, to set down his date thus : -^ 

25th SeDterabet 89th D*mbe 8"T 

March, or -j^ssr or > jt may be > -u.J*Bu..,.ioc. 



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MASONIC. 



127 



MASONIC. 

The Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Canada. 

Lift of Grand Officers for 1884-85. 



M.W. Bro. Hugh Murray, Hamilton, Grand Master. 



K. W. 



v.w. 



H. Robei tson. Dep. Collingwood, Grand Master 
W. F. Miller, Wslkerville, D. D.Q. M. 

W. D. Lumley, M D.. Qlencoe, 
Robert Ash ton. Brantf>>rd, 
D. 8. Rupert, St. Mary s, 

D. B Dewar, Berlin, 
Gavin Stewart, Hamilton, 
Wm. Gibson. Beamsville, 
T. P. Blackwood, Toronto. 
Robert King, Barrie 

Heury Turner, M.D , Millbrook, 

A. McGinnis, Be4leville. 

John Menish, Brockville, " 

Wm. Smith. Almonte, 

O. R. Vanzant. Markham. G. S. Warden. 

W. A. Green. Walkerton, Q. J. Warden. 

Rev. 0. Cbrystal, Avonton. 0. Chaplain. 

E. Mitchelll, Hamilton, Q. Treasurer. 

F. C. Martin, Woodstock, G Registrar. 
J. J. Mason, Hamilton. G. Secretary. 
J. H. Knifton, Toronto, G. S Deacon. 



V. W.Bro. James Sampson, M.D., Blenheim, G. J. Deacon 
" " Robert McCaw, Oshawa, (t. Supt of W. 
" " Fred. Wilmoti, Barrie, G. Director of C. 
" " George Russell. Hamilton, Assistant G 8ec. 
" " Jas. Gamble, Mt Brydges, Ags. G. Dir. of Cer. 
" E. E. Looseley, Grimsby. G. S. Bearer. 
" " Wm. Rout Toronto, G. Organist. 
" " A S. Ball, Woodstock, Ass. G. 0. 
" " John Sioip.wn, Petersrille, G. Pursuivant. 
" " E. E. Wade, Brussels, 
" " James Macoun, Belleville, 
"A Chatfield, Ottawa. 
" " John VIcKenzie. Gurlph. 
" " James Mulhollaad Newburgh, 

Sanderson Percy, Toronto, \ Grand 

Alex. Hamilton. Stratford, Stewards 

S. W Wray, Port Arthur, 

John Carruthers. Prescott, 

David Trotter, Petrolia, 

H. Jennings, Petietanguishene 

A. Kills, juu., London, 

W. W. Summers, Hamilton, G. Tyler. 



Grarvl Representative* in Vie Grand Lodge of Canada. 



England R. W. Bro, 

Ireland il 

Scotland " " 

Brit. Columbia . " 

Mtnitobi " " 

New Brunswick. V. W. " 

Nova Scotia R W. " 

P. Ed. Island.. ..M. W. " 

Quebec R W. 

Alabama " 

Arizona W. 

Arkansas " 

California " 

Colorado " 

Connecticut M. W. 

Dakota R. W. 

Delaware " 

DUt. Columbia . " 

Florida " 

Georgia " 

Idaho M.W. 

Illinois R. W. 

Indian Territ ry. 

Indiana M. W. 

Iowa R. W. 

Kansas " 

Kentucky M. W. 

Louisiana R. W. 

Maine. " 

Maryland 1; 

Michigan " " 

Minnesota M. W. " 



Rt. Hon. Sir J. A. M icdonald 
Ki> as TuHy. Toronto. 
Hnsrh A. Mvkiy Hamilton. 
J. Cr^as ir. Q.O., Owen Sound. 
JE. Irving, Q C., Hamilton. 
Hon T B. Pardee Q.C. Toronto. 
G. J. Waugh. Sttatford. 
Hugb Murtav, Hamilton. 
Robt MKay. St. Thomas. 
S I?. Hirman, Toronto. 
R. Hendry. jun. Kingston. 
A J. Cambie, Ottawa 

E. Mitchell. Htmilton 

F. .1. Menet. Toronto 

A. \. .- t-vvens iii. Montreal 
J. G. Burns. Toronto 
J. !! Trayes. Port Hipe 
Henry Robertson. Collingwood 
J J. Mason. Hiimilten 
David Me Loll tn. Hamilton 
Jas. MoffUt. Urnd-m 
D.ivid \loL-llan. Hamilton 
E. II D. Hill. Peterborough 
J. K Kerr. Q C.. Toronto 
J J M*son Hnmilton 
J J. Mton. Hamilton 
Darjiel Spry, Btrrie 
Qe.ors-e S Kirrisll Lopdon 
Jnbn W. Murton. Hamilton 
IIv. Macpheron. Owen Sound 
Huzh A. Ma.ckav. Hamilton 
A A. Stevenson, Montreal 



Mississippi M. W. Bro 



Montana .......... R W. 

Nebraska ......... V. W. 

Nevada ............ M. W. 

New Hampshire " 



New Mexico ...... R. W. 

New York ......... M. W. 

North Carolina. R. W. 
Ohio ................ " 

Oregon ............ " 

Penusylv n5a....M W. 

Rhode Want! ...V.W. 
South Carolina. R. W. 
Tennessee ......... " 

T^x-i.s ............. M. W. 

UtAh ............... " 

Vermont ......... R. W. 

Virginia .......... 

Washinirton Ter. " 
West Virginia... " 
Wisconrin ....... " 

Wyoming ....... " 

Brn7,il ............. M. W. 

Chili ............... R W. 

Col. & Isle Cuba. " 
(Jre-ce ............ M. W. 

N. South Wales. 
Peru ............... R. W. 

St. Domingo ...... R. W. 

Uruguay .......... " 



Jas. Seymonr, St. Catharines 
J. K. Ketr. Q.C., Toronto 
J. M- Gibson. Hamilton 
C W. Brown. Toronto 
Thomas White. Montreal 
J. A. Henderson,Q C, Kingston 
J. K. Kerr, Q.C. Toronto 
P. J. lirown. Ing^rsoll 
J. A.Hrder^on, Q C. Kingston 
L. H Henderson, Belleville 
Ii. G. Jarvis. London 
C. D. Miedonnell, Peterboro 
Jampg Moff*t London 
Robert Lewis. London 
T. C Macnabb. Chatham 
S. B. Harman, Toronto 
.r K. Kerr Q.C.. Toronto 
J. K Kerr. Q.C.. Toronto 
A. J. Cambie. Ottawa 
J. Koss Robertson, Toronto 
Otto Rlotz. Preston 
J. E. Harding, St. Marys 
ThoK. tfareant, Toronto 
R. P. Stephens. Toreuto 
A. A. Stevenson. Montreal 
Rev. Clemen ti, B. A. .Peterboro 
G II F. Dartnell, Whitby 
R-uii-l ~pry 



R T WalRem. Q.C., Kingston 

Otto Klotz. Preston 

Hy. Macphergon, Owen Sound 



Grand Bepwenlatitei from the Grand Lodge of Canada. 



Ensrland R. W. 

Ireland " 

Bcotlaud " 

Brit. Columbia . " 

Manitoba M. W. 

New Brunswick. " 

Nova Scotia W. 

P. Ed Island.. ..M. W. 

Quebec R. W. 

Alabama W. 

Arizona R. W. 

Arkansas 

California M. W. 

Colorado " 

Connecticut W. 

Delaware U. W. 

Delaware M. W. 

Dis-t. Columbia .B. W. 
Florida " 



Bro. Right H-in. lx>r 1 de Tably 
" Humphry Minchin, Dublin 



i Georgia R. W. Bro 

Idaho... < " 



Lindsay Msckersy. Edinburgh i Illinois 



" Wm Dalby. Victoria 



Hn. W. N KenneJv, Winnipeg Indiana. 



Indian Territ ry.M. W. 



John V Kllis. St. John 
" Andw. K. Mackinlay. Halifax 
" Hon John Yeo. Port Hill 
" Alex. Murray. Montreal 
" Go. F. Moore, Montgompry 
" Benjamin Titus, Tombstone 
" R M. Johnson. Fort Smith 
" W. C. Belcher. Marysville 
" Byron L C^rr, Longmont 
" Win. Knox. Hartf rd 
" John Davidson. Bismarck 

Jos. W. H. Watson. Newport 



Iowa 

i Kansas R. W. " 

! Kentucky " " 

I Louisiana " " 

i Miine M. W. " 

I Maryland R. W. 

.Michigan M. W. " 

Minnesota " " 

Mississippi R. W. " 

Missouri M. W. 

Montana W. " 

Nebraska M. W. " 

Nevada ...R. W. " 



Jos. H. Jochum, Washington 

DeWittC. Daw kins, Jacks ville ] New Hampshire. M. W. 

f2951 



Wm. II. Tuller. Atlanta 
B M. Davis. Silver City 
Wiley .VI Etran, Chicago 
J. S. Murrow. Atoka 
R Van Valz.ih. Terra Haute 
Theodore S Purvin. Iowa City 
E. T. C.rr. Leavenworth 
W. T Darrow, Louisville 
J C. Batchelor. MD. N. Orleans 
David Cargill, East Livermore 
W. Ahrahnms, Baltimore 
Jcnn W. Finch, Adrian 
Ed W. Durant. ^tillwater 
W. G. Paxton, Vu-kf-bnrg 
Xerrphon RyUnd. Lexington 
Jos A Hyde. Butte City 
Robt. C. Gordon, Grand Man 
S. W. Chubbuck, Gold Hill 
Andrew Bun ton, Manchester 



128 



MASONIC. 



[1885. 



Grand Representatives from the Grand Lodge of Canada Continued. 



New Jersey M. W. 

New Mexico R. \V. 

New York W. 

North Carolina. M. W. 

Ohio " 

Oregon R. W. 

Pennsylvania . . " 
Rhode Island.... M W. 
South Carolina . W. 

Tennessee M. W. 

Texas " 

Utah R. W. 

Vermont M. W. 

Virginia R. W. 

Washington Ter.M. \V. 
West V rgiiiia .R. W. 



Bro. Henry R. Cannon, Elizabeth 

" Simon B. Newcomb . Mesilla 

ssyduay F. Walker. New i ork 

" Geo. W. Blouut, Wilson 

" C. A. Woodward. Cleveland 

" Donald McKay, Portland 

" Sam l 0. Perkins. Philadelphia 

" Ariel Ballou, Woonsocket 

" A. Doty, jun , Charleston 

" Elihu Kdmundson. Pulaski 

Philip C. Tucker. Ualvestou 

" Alex. T.ipence. Corinue 

" Levant .U. Road, Bellow s Fall 

" Rev. G. W Dame. D.U., Danville 

" Oliver I . Lacy, Walla Walla 

" W. H. Freeman. Clarksburg 



Wisconsin R. W. Bro. 

Wyoming " 

Brazil 

Central America 

Chili 

Greece M. W. 

Italy 

Mexico 

New Grenada. ... 

N. South Wales. M. W. 

Peru 

Portugal 

St. Domingo 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 



Charles Kahn, Milwaukee 

James E. Gates. Laramie City 

Franc de Paula Romas 

L. Montafar 

A. M. Medina 

H I. H. Prince Rhodocanakifl 

Francisco de Lueu 

Luis Goapil 

J. M. Samper Angiano 

Hon J. S. Faruell 

Gustavo Lima 

Joas Caetano D Almeida 

Jacinto de Castro 

Belisario Conrado 

Antonio M. Mollejas 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 

Lidgrs marked thus (*) hold their InstaMaiinn of Officers on the Festival of St. John the Evangelist all others on tha 

of St. John the Baptist. 



NO. 

2 

3 

5 

6 

7 

9 

10 

11 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

20 

22 

23 



LODGE. 



WHERE HELD. 



NIGHT OF MEETING. 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 



Niagara Niagara Wed. on or bef. f. m. of every month 

*Anc. St. John s, i Kingston ... First Thursday 

*.i>usix \ Brockville ... ; Wednesday on or before f. m. " 

Hamilton ...i Second Wednesday 

Grimshy [Thursday on or betore f. moon " 

Napauee ] Friday on or before f. moon " 

Sinicoe [Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Belleville ... I Wednesday before f. m. 

Perth | First Monday 

St. Catb ines j Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Toronto [Second Tuesday 

3obourg Monday on or before f. moon 

Pictou j Thursday on or bef. f. moon 

kmdon Second Tuesday 

Toronto Second Thursday 



!5arton 

Union 

*Uiii<.u .... 

*Nortolk 

*Moira 

*True Britons ... 

St. George s . .... 

*3t. Andrew s.... 

St. John s ... 

*Priuce Edward. . 

*St. John s 

*Kiug Solomon .n 

Richmond ...... . 

24 *3t. Francis 

20 *ionic .. 

26 -"Ontario 

27 *Strict Obsery cfl 

28 *Mount Zion... . 

29 *United 

30 *Coiaposite .... 

31 * Jerusalem ... . 

32 |*Amity 

33 iMaitland 

34 *Thistle 

35 I St. John s 

36 iWelland 

37 l*King Hiram 

38 *Trent.. 
39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

17 

48 

50 

5-2 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

61 

62 

63 

64 

65 

66 

68 

69 

72 

73 

74 



*Mount Ziori ...... 

*St. John s ........ 

*St George s ...... 

*St. George s ...... 

King Solomon s. 
*St. Thomas ...... 

Brant ............... 

Wellington ...... 

*Great Western. 
*Madoc ............ 

*Consecon ......... 



*M-<rrickville . ... 

Victoria ........... 

*IIarmony ........ 

Doric .............. 

*Acacia ........... 

*St. Andrew s .. 
*St. John s ...... 

"Kilwinning ..... 

*Rehoboam ..... 

*0urham ........ 

St. John s ..... 

Stirling ........... 

Alma .............. 

"St. James ..... 

*St. James ..... 



tU<-hin d Hill j Monday mi or before f. moon 
Smith s Falls Friday on or before f. moon 

ironto i First Tuesday 

Port Hope ... Third Thursday 
Hamilton ... Third Tuesday 
Kemptvill* .. Wednesday before f. moon 
Brighton .... Thursday on or before f. moon 

Whitby First Thursday 

Bowmanville Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Quunville ... Wednesday on or after f. m. 

Goderich First Wednesday 

Amherstb rg Tuesday before f. moon 

Cayuga Thursday on or after f. moon 

Fonthill Thursday on or before f. moon 

fugersoll .... Tuesday on 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 

Woodstock...; Tuesday on or before f. moon 
St. Thomas...! First Thursday 
Brautford ... Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Chatham ....[First Monday 

Windsor iThursday on or before f. moon 

Madoc ! Tuesday on or before f moon 

Consecon .... Friday on or before f. moon 

Ottawa First Tuesday 

Maple Tuesday on or before f. moon 

M<-rrickville.; Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Sarnia iTuesday on or before t". moon 

Binbrook ....i Monday after f. moon 

Ottawa | First Wednesday 

Hamilton ... . Fourth Friday 

Caledonia ... I Wednesday on or before f. m. 

C^rlet nPl ce Wednesday on or before f. m. 

London j Third Thursday 

Toronto ; First Thursday 

Newcastle ... Tuesday on or before f. moon " 
tn^uruoll ....iThursday on or before f. moon " 

Stirling IThursday after f. moon 

Gait iThursday on or before f. moon " 

St. Mary s ...j First Monday 

Maitlaud ....Monday nearest f. moon " 

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H 

i. 



W. Br.Jas. Shepherd. 
H. J. Wilkinson 
G HWeatherh di 
H. S. Griffin.... 
R M. Griffith... 
Oguru Hinch... 

E.G. Wfll^ 

J. W. Palmer... 

W. J. Piuk 

W. B Towers. . 
Johu Kent .... 

Rubt. Buck 

W. S Blakely . 
James Duun ... 
P. J Slatter. ... 

A. J. Rupert ... 
D. \. Ferguson 

J. R. Roaf 

W. B. Wallace . 
0. S. Hillman... 

0. Bascoin 

Wm. cherry ... 
Chas. KiUit 
Wm. McKay ... 
T. Scholfield. . . 

F. F. Lawrence. 

G. Middleriiteh. 
J. II. Cameron. 

Wm Biffin 

M. Walsh 

W. W. Hay 

Jas. Lawrence. 

David Hill 

J.N. Woodiwiss 
T. J W Burgess 
Jas. Luckwell . 
W. B Doburty. 

B. H llothwell 
Wm Wilson ... 
W. F. Miller.... 
Josiah Blount . 
T. H. Thornton 

C. Campbell.... 
G. W. High .... 
R. W. Watchorn 
Chas. Wilson .. 

E. J. Duffy 

Wm Smith . ... 
Alex. R. White 
Jas. Old, jun.... 
R.F Prest n.MD 
A. L McMullen 
D H Watt 

D. Allia 

Jas. C. H gler . 
Jan. Tulloch.... 
Jas. D. Allan ... 
T. D. Stanley... 
Albert Burritt. 



SECRETARY. 

Br E. H. Thompson 
" J s. Sutherland 
" Alex Stewart 
" W. J. iiraut 
li C. W. Kit> hen 
" J. G. Fnuuell 
" J. F. Wilson 
" Charles Lorkerty 
" P. M. Sinclair 
" H C E.-cles 
" R. W. D..au 
" Robert M,.rrow 
" J. S. Baiker 
" M. D. Dawson 
" Aided Minister 
" H. A. Nicholls 
" 8. Mnau; 
" F. M Morson 
" G. F. Hall 
" W. F. McGiverin 
" W. H. But turn 
" F S Demurest 
" Robert Willis 
" Ji.lin Percy, jun 
" W D. Swayze 
U. W. Hll 
" J A AuW 
" J. Irwm 
J. 0. Emn ett 
" O. C Ilobiuson 
" Isaac Nelson 
" R. C. Warren 
" W R. Job 
" J. A Kitch 
A. Ellis jun. 
Geo. White 
" S. L. Smith 
" D Curtis 
" A G H McKenall 
" Henrj McAfes 
" Jas. O Hara 
" G. J. WaudeU 
" C. 8. g. .ott 
" J. J C<tui>-ron 
" A. McDo..ald 
" W. T. B. Coulter 
" .Ino Brown, jun 
" S Roth well 
" Jas Bullion 
" W. J. Clark 
" W. F. Larimer 
" W R Browne 
" Win Fi i zsjerald 
" E Simiu mi 
u W. Bwart 
" M Seley,jun. 
" Th >s. Patterson 
D. S. Rupert 
" Chas. B. Lemoa 



1885.] 



MASONIC. 



129 



so. 

75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
SO 
31 
82 
83 
84 
35 

37 
38 
89 
90 
91 
92 
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97 

#) 
DO 
VH 

104 
105 
106 

:J7 

109 
110 
113 
114 
115 
116 
U8 
V19 

120 

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LODGE. 



I St. John s 

|*0xford 

"Faithful Brethr. 

"King Hiram .... 

"Sirncoe 

lAlbion 

"St. John s 

St. John s 

"Beaver 

"Clinton 

I Rising Sun 

;*Wilson 

j Markham Union 
j St. George s 

"Kins? Hiram . .. 

"Mauito 

*Col borne 

"Cataraqui 

I Northern Light 

St. Mark s 

j Ridout 

j "Corinthian 

i "Sharon 

;True Blue 

Tuscan 

Valley 

I *Coriuthian ...... 

"Maple Leaf 

St. John s 

i St. Mark s 

s *Burford 

[St. Paul s 

Bli-nheim 

"Albion 

"Central 

; "Wilson 

i*[Iope 

j*Ivy 

|*C.issU 

Union 

"Maple Leaf 

Warren 

"Doric 

"Renfrew 

The Belleville.... 

"Cornwall 

"Golden Rule .... 

iFranck 

i*Pembroke 

| The Rising Sun.. 

, St. Lawrence 

!*LebnQon Forest 
!*St. Clair 

Richardson 

"Pythagoras 

Lebanon 

"MnUuide 

"Tudor ..: 

"Excelsior 

"FriendlyBrotb a 

"Tecumseh 

"J. B. Hall 

"Prince of Wales 

"Mississippi 

"Civil Service ... 

"Krie 

"Hastings 

The Grand River 

"Burns 

"Irvins; 

"Peterborough ... 

"York 

Simpson 

"Alexandra 

"Goodwood 

"Percy 

Forest 

"Star in the East 

"Burlington 

"Wentworth 

"Merritt 

"Mat-nab 

Britannia 

"Prince of Wales 

"Ayr 



WHERE HELD. 



NIQHT OF MEETIXQ. 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 



Toronto First Monday 

Woodstock .. Second Wednesday 

Lindsay First Friday 

Tilsonburg .. Wednesday on or before f.m. 
Bradford .... Thursday after f. moon 
Newbury .... First Tuesday 
Mt. Brydges j Tuesday on 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 

Toronto 

Uarkham ... 
Owen Sound 
I Lindsay .. 



Thursday on or before f. m. 



Third Tuesday 
Friday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Third Friday 
Collingwood | Wednesday on or after f. m. 

Colborne Friday on or before f. moon 

Kingston .... i Second Wednesday 
Kincardine .. j First Wednesday 
Port Stanley Second Tuesday 
Otterville .... Thursday on or before f. m. 

Barrie First Thursday of 

Sharon [Tuesday on or before f. m. 

Albion Friday on or before f. m. 

Newmarket Second Wednesday 

Duudas Monday on or before f. moon 

Peterboro ... Wednesday on or before f. m. 
StCath rines | Thursday on or aft. f. inoon 

Norwich (Wednesday on or after f. m. 

Drura dville [Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Burford ; Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Lambeth .... [Wednesday on or before f. m. 

I Drumbo j Wednesday on or before f. m. 

II;t: rowsrn h Friday on or before f. m. 

Prescott First Tuesday 

Waterford ... Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Port Hope ... \ First Thursday 
! Beams ville... j Tuesday on or before f. moon 
iThedford . ... Monday on or before f. moon 
jSchomberg . | Monday on or before f. moon 

Bath ! Monday before f. mooa 

Fingal , First Tuesday 

Brantford ... : Friday on or before f. moon 

Renfrew First Monday 

Belleville .... , First Thursday 

Cornwall First Tuesday 

CampbeUfrd Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Frankfort.... .Monday before f. moon 
Pembroke ...I First Thursday 

Aurora j First Friday 

Southacnpt u , Tuesday on OE after f. m. 

Exeter Monday on or before f. moon 

Milton j Thursday on or before f. moon 

I Stouffville ... , Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Meaford j Friday nearest f. moon 

Oshawa Second Tuesday 

Aylmer i Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Mitchell | Tuesday before f. moon 

Morrisburgh j Thursday on or before f. mooa 

IroquoU {Wednesday before f. moou 

Stratford .... First Thursday 

Millbrook. ... Second Thursday 

New burgh... Wednesday before f. moon 

Almonte j First Friday 

Ottawa Second Tuesday 

Port Dover.. Monday on or before f. moon 
Hastings .... Thursday on or before f. moon 

Berlin Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Wyoming ... Thursday on or before f. moon 

Lucan Thursday on or before f. moon 

Peterboro ... First Friday 
Ellington ... Friday on or before f. moon 
Newboro". ... Tuesday on or after f. moon 
Oil Springs .. Thursday on or after f. moon 
Richmond ... I First Tuesday 
Warkworth.. Wednesday before f. moon 
Wroxetor ... Monday on or before 1. moon 
Wellington ..Tuesday on or before f. moon 
Burlington Wednesday on or before f. m. 
StoneyCreek; Monday on or before f. moon 

Welland [Monday on or before f. moon 

P rtColborne Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Seaforth First Monday 

lona Friday on or after f. moon 

Ayr Tuesday on or before f. moon 

[297] 



W. Br.W. Sterling 



llr. 



A. S. Ball . 

Jno. McMillan. 

C. McDonald . . 
W. J. Sturgeon 
WF.Roome.MD 
W. E Sawyer... 
J. W. Prinaman 
John V. Black. 
James Young... 
Wm. Johnston. 
Joseph Close ... 
6. R. Vanzant. 
Wm. Wilson ... 

E. McTavish.... 

F. B. Gregory... 
W. H Smith ... 
J. R. Smeaton. 

E. Miller 

John Pollock... 
Wm. Burkee ... | " 
John Rogerson. " 

G.Wight " 

W. J. Dixon.... 
L. Atkinson " 
Robinson Pine " 
J. E. Belcher ... 
Geo. B. Coy 

D. A. Kirk 

F. P. Summer . 
A. E. Kennedy 
David Bogue ... 
W. P. Pattou ... 
H. A. Bakur.... 
J. CarrutherS... 

A. M. Barber... 
W. Qoth-svaite... 
G.F.Fairbrothei 
Samuel Ryau... 
Rev.H.D.Cooper 
John Fleming . 
Jas. W. Millar. 
Wm. Mastt-rsonl 
Adam Inglis ... 
Jas. Smith .... 
Rev.C. B.Pettit 
John Turner ... 
Geo. W. Potter. 
Robt. C. Miller. 

F. T. Daviile ... 

G. E. Smith .... 
H. Sjmckman... 
J. E. Harrison. 
Jno. McLean ... 

QeO. Hair 

0. D. McNider 
S. S. Glutton ... 
G. Hodge, M.D. 
A.G.Macdondl 
J. Stephenson . 
W. H. Hurrell. 

H.Turner. 

Jas Mulholland 
John Jilliott.... 
Robt. Cassels... 

B. Varey 

J.Brackenridgej 

D. B. Dewar.... 
J. Newell. M.D. 
John Sturdy ... 
Ben. Shortly ... 
John Shepard . 
G. B. Reynolds 
R. A Hunter... 
John Satchell . 

E. A. Mnllory... 

D. M Walker . 
J. Murpny .... 
8. M. Durkee... 
H. A. Combs ... i 

E. H. Btirgar ... 
Chas. White.... 

W. G. Duff 

Henry Watts... 
Wm. Mitchell . 



SECRETARI. 

H. J. Brown 
H. B. Sproat 
J. R. McNeillie 
Jno. Smith 
J. A.Griffis 
J. B. Kelly 
H. G. Lindsay 
W. S. Tennant 
A. A. Cockburn 
T. L. Fortune 
Frank Cornell 
John Donough 
E G. Knill 
Tbos. Boardman 
R G. Cornell 

C. Moore 
George Keyes 

D. Callaghan 
R. D. Hall 
Alex. Pollock 
W. T. Kay 
Jno. Dickson 
Jas. Wayling 
S. J. Snell 

J. E. Hughes 

F. A. Latsbaw 

G. B. Sproule 

F. Southcott 
S. B. McCay 
W. A. Kennedy 
W. F. Miles 

A. Bogue 
J. F. Goodwin 
Janws Cooke 
J. P. McCarthy 

E. W. Burgess 
J. Harmer 

G. W. Blake 
Frank Rose 
W. J. Brereton 

C. L. Rogers 
S. S. Burwell 
J. P. Exce.l 
Jas. Craig 
W. McKeown 
Francis Bisget 
J. D. Amey 

R. Grits* 

P M. Rattray 

Wm. Willis 

J. H. Deacon 

M. Eacrett 

E Dixon 

R P. Coulson 

W. H. Train 

Robt. Gott 

J. E. McDonald 

G. S. Goodeve 

W. A. Nash 

J. N. Tuttle 

A. E. Neil 

H. McCartney 

John Jackson 

J. N. Munro 

Le F. A. Maingy 

L. Skey 

Alex. Stilion, jun 

D. Forsyth 
A. E. Harvey 

C. C. Hodgina 
M. R. Kidd 

J. Knox Leslie 
J. H. Butler 
W. Miller 
W. V. Beaman 

D. Ewing 
W. B Elliot 

P. H. Vermilyea 

F. Bray 

F M. Carpenter 
J. H. Crow 
J. C. McRae 
John Steet 
D. Sinclair 

G. D. Lewis 



130 



MASONIC. 



[1885. 



NO. 

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-^38 
J67 
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27* 
4*7 


LODGE. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHT OP MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 


*Walsingham ... 


?ort Rowan . 
Sparta . 


Tirst Thursday ev. mo. 
tfonday^on or before f. moon 
Second Friday 
riday on or before f. moon " 
Vednesday on or before f. m. " 
first Tuesday 
uesday on or before f. moon " 
r riday on or before f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. moon " 


W. Br.R. B. Cowan.... 
" W. B Cole 


Br.Wm. ROFS 
E. 0. Baking 
H. H. Cairns 
W. M. Veitch 
W. N. Johnson 
Wm. Gibson 
D. M. Chute 
John Nott 
B. Mallough 
J. Senn 
1 N. G. Ross 
W. H. Ingerstli 
John Boyd 
A. B. Perry 
Albert Foster 
J. E. Durham 
" R B. Hungerford 
" W. W. Stirling 
" R B. Hughes 
Ja*. Ri id 
Jns Hayward 
Juo. McDonald 
A. Fraser 
B. R Eppes 
J. Siddoris 
W. A Field 
Jas Rvan 
Thos. Lsppin 
C. H. Mathewc 
J. R. Anderson 
J. Coleman 
W. A. McLin 
H. C. Hiliker 
S. J. Sharp 
T. J. Wheeler 
R. J. Butler 
W. F. Fish 
" Walter Crosk* 
" Thos. Burk 
" Jas. Bonthron 
" W. J. Ferguson 
J. A. McKay 
W. W. Woods 
J. Henderson 
E. J. Darby 
D. G. Ruthven 
W. S McBrayne 
C W. Hartmau 
W. A. Hargre*ve 
Thos. Phillips 
" John Dean 
" H Morrison 
J. C Huyck 
" J. Kemp 
" Iaac Cola 
" C. P. Reefer 
" Robt. Ward 
" A. D. Ponton 
" W. H Beunett 
" H. C. Ross 
" W.King 
" L. Sewell 
" J. B. Carscallen 
" C. C. Far ran, jo::. 
" J. Caen 
" C. Bunting 
" J. B. Lucas 
" Jas. Peat 
" F. Mitchell 
" Alex. Yule 
Boot. Stirrette 
" Robt Stewart 
" J T. B. Lindwy 
" W. Watson 
Thoa. Scullard 
" J. H Thoapson 
" E. Stokes 
" J. P. Smith 
" Donald Campbell 
" D. C Shaver 
" C L. Von Guoten 
" B. S. 8 Hartley 
" John Green 
" H. Hudson 
" E. Bolduc 


Ihe Builders 
*Plattsville 
Both well 


Ottawa 


" David Taylor... 
" Geo. Sauer 
" H. F. Smith . ... 
" Win. Parker.... 
" M. G. Burwell. 
" D. Lexingham. 
" J.S. Tennant... 
" Wm. Clark 
" C. E. Johnson . 
" C. W. Benjamin 
" G. W. Francis . 
" Wm. Ironside . 
" L.A.Winegard n 
" Robt. Scott 
" R. W. Barker... 
" Jas. Steven. ... 
" Henry Clark ... 
Wm. Kilgour... 
" Jas A. Watt. . . 
" L. E. Wissler... 
" Otto Pressprich 
" Jno. P. Snydwr. 
" Wm. Noble.... 
" J.H. Bothwell. 
" R. McFarlane... 
* R. Raymond ... 
W. L. Alien .... 
J. H. McKay ... 
J. G. Johnston. 
John C. Fox,... 
J. L. Brown.... 
" John Patton ... 
" Jas. Newton ... 
" E. R. Anderson 
" John Stuart.... 
" J. L. Aunger ... 
" W.H.Stephen n 
" C. Benedict. . . . 
" J. Nicholl, M.O. 
" T W.Beem n.MD 
" Jas. A. Sharp... 
" Wm. Downie ... 
CR.Church.MD 
" Geo. W. Ling... 
T. L. Rogers. ... 
" J. H. Dickinson 
" Wm. Portis .... 
" J. C. Morrison. 
" Geo Downs. ... 
" S. Howden 
A. M. Vandusin 
J.B.Gould 
" Jas. C. Dickey . 
" E.E.Kitchen,MD 
" John Davidson 
" JH.Burns.M.D 
" H. F. Switzer.. 
" Chas. Kittmer . 
" W. M. Drennan 
" John Wills 
" Sandy McVean. 
" E. C. Robertson 
" Wia. Mitchell . 
" J. A. Augell.... 
" J. B. Mills 
" Chas. Wilson.. 
" Thomas Peat ... 
" R. H Young .. 
" Wm. D. Grijfgs. 
" W. A Jameson 
" W. M. Lubbock 
" A. T. Briggs... 
" N. J. Bogart. ... 
" C. E Stewart.. 
" J. D. McAvoy . 
L. K. Murton.. 
" Wm. Conboy .. 
" R. S. Stevenson 
" Wm. Cameron. 
H. B. O Connor 
" E. H. Anderson 
" C. Hudson, juu 
" W.J.Mitchell. 


Plattsville... 
Both well .... 
iuoiph 
!ort Harwell 
?ort Perry . 
Lucknow ... 
york .. . . 




"Oriental 


Prince Albert... 
*01d Light 




londay on or before f. moon " 
Jonday on or before f. moon 
Vednosday on or before f. m. " 
i riday on or before f. moon " 
iYiday on or after f. moon 
klonday on or before f. m. 
Second Wednesday 
first Friday 
Thursday on or before f. moon " 
Second Tuesday 
Triday on or before f. moon " 
Tuesday on or before f. m. " 
Triday before f. moon 
Monday on or after f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Second Thursday 
?irst Tuesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
First Monday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
VIonday on or after f. m. 
Vlonday on or before f. moon " 
Tueaday on or before f. moon " 
VIonday on or before f. moon " 
Second Monday 
Friday on or before f. moon 
VIonday on or before f. moon 
Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Tuesday before f. moon 
Tuesday 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 
Tuesday on or after f. m. 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
First Monday " 
Thursday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or after f. m. " 
First Wednesday " 
First Tuesday 
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 Wednesday 
Last Friday 
Wednesday on or after f. m. 
Fourth Tuesday 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Wednesday on or before f. m. " 
Monday 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. " 


Plantagenet ... 
Filius Viduae ... 


?lantagenet 
Adolphust n 
Selmont 
Orillia .. .. 


*0ril!ia 


Scotland 
Petrolia | 


Scotland 
"etrolia 
London ... ... 
Arnprior .... 
VValkerton... 
tfountForest 
Sananoque... 
Elora 


The Tuscan . ... j 
*Madawaska . ... 
*Saugeen 
St. Alban s 
* Leeds 




New Dominion... 


New Hamb g 
Lancaster.... 


*St John s 


Evergreen 
Hawkesbury.... 


Lanark 
Hawkeabury 
Gardenlsla d 
Ridge way ... 
Ailsa Craig . 
Ameliasburg 
Orangeville . 
Delhi 




*Craig 


Lake 




Frederick 




Toronto 
Georgetown. 
Uxbridge . . 
Thorold 
Marmora ... 
Norwood ... 
Hensall 
Listowel 
Odessa 
Brampton ... 


"Credit 










Zurich 




*Prince Arthur . 


Kerr 


Lodge of Fidelity 


Ottawa 
Wallace town 
Park Hill .. 
Clarksburg . 
Paisley 
Bond Head.. 
Vienna 
Watford 
Tweed 






Aldworth 


Manitoba 






Tweed 


Quinte 


Shann nville 
Bscott Front 
3t. George .. 
Thamesville 
Toronto 
Midland 


St Geogge 


Tecumseh ......... 


*Caledonian 
Thistle 




Kingston . .. 
Clifton 
Dresden 
Farran s Pt. 
Gait 
Guolph 


Clifton 


Farran s Point . 
Gait 
Guelph 




Springfield. 
Petrolia 
Innerkip .... 
BarriHton .. 


Washington .... 
*0ak ttranch 


* Forest 


*0handiere 


Ottawa 
Thornhill. .. 
Stayner 
Chatham . .. 
Bobcaygeon. 
Brougham .. 
Oshawa 


* Northern Light 
Parthenon 
Verulani 


Brougham Un n 
*Cedar 


Wellington 


Erin 


Aocaeter . ... 
Blenheim ... 
Teeswater .. 
Pt.D;ilhou8H 
Roglin 


*Kent 


Teeswater 


*Seymour 




New HODB ... 


llesoeler .. 



[298] 



1885.] 



MASONIC. 



131 



NO. 


LOUQE. 


WHERE 


HELD. 


NIGHT 


F MEETING. 


WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 


SECRETARY. 



Mount Sinai...... Napanee 

Orillia 

Glencoe 

Belleville .. 

Brussels 

Alliston ..... 
Wingham 
P.Arthur., 
Lobo 



*Thorne . 

Lome 

*Hureka 

*St. John s 

Seven Stars 

: Wingham 

Shuniah 



Doric 

Leamington 

Dufferin 

Robertson 

*Ry l Sol. Mother 
Moore . . 
Conestogo 

Temple 

Preston 

Victoria 

Mount Olivet. ... 

Hanover 

St. David s 

Blythe 

Minerva 

Humber 

Durham 

Arkona 

GraftoD 

Morning Star ... 
Blackwood....... 

*Pnyx 

Clementi 

Blair 

Clifford 

Doric 

Wilmot 

Hiram.. 



First Thursday ev. 

First Tuesday 

Thursday on or before f. m. 

Wednesday after f. m. 

Tuesday on or before f. m. 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Tuesday before f. m. 

Tuesday on or before f. m. 

.Thursday on or before f. m. 
Leamington, j Wednesday on or before f. m. 
W.FIamboro Thursday on or before f.m. 
Nobleton . ... I Wednesday on or before f. m. 
Jerusalem P. First Wednesday 
Mooretown . i Thursday on or before f. m. 

Dray ton Tuesday on or after f. m. 

St.Catharin s Last Wednesday 

! Preston Friday on or before f. m. 

Centreville . j Thursday on or before f. m. 
Thorndale ... Tuesday on or before f. m. 
Hanover . . . Monday on or before f. m. 
St. Thomas Monday on or after f. m. 

Blyth Tuesday on or after f. m. 

Craigvale .. Tuesday on or after f. m. 

Weston Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Durham .... Tuesday on or before f. m. 

Arkona Thursday on or before f. m. 

Grafton Tuesday on or before f. m. 

Smith s Hill. Wednesday on or before f. m. 



Lakefield 
Palmerstoii. 

Clifford , 

Toronto 
Baden 
Cheapside ... 

*Chesterville Chesterrille. 

Walker Acton West. 

North Star Owen Sound 

Alvinston 



Temple 

Orono 

Zetland 

The Hammond... 
Ionic 



King Solomon . 

Corinthian 

Fordwich 

Stratford 

Prince Arthur ... 
Prince Arthur . 

Langton 

Highgate 

Myrtle 

Dufferin 

Orient 

St. John s 

Bruce . . 



Woodbridge. 



Friday on or before f. moon 



Wallaceburgj Monday on or before f. moon 



Alvinston ... 
Hamilton. ... 

Orono 

Toronto 

Wardsville... 

Napier 

Jarvis 

London East 



Fordwich 
Stratford . ... 
Flesherton... 

Arthur 

Langton ... 
Highgat ) ... 
Pt. Robinson 
Welland Pt. 
Don Mount 
Pittsburg ... 

Tiverton 

Hiram I Wolfe Island 



Georgina 
Mrrill .... 
Nilestown . 
"Occident. . 

Mercer . . 
Georgian 

Elgin 

*Port Elgin 



Sutton 



Nilestown ... 

Toronto 

Fergus 

Penetang ne 
St. Thomas . 
Port Elgin- 



Tuesday on or before f. moon 
First Wednesday 
Thursday after f. moon 
Thursday on or befor f. m. 
Second Tuesday 
Friday on or before f. moon 



*Qranite Parry Sound: Wednesday on or before f. m. 



Excelsior .. 
Brock . . 



355 Clandeboye 

River Park 

Waterdown 

Delaware Valley 

Vittoria 

Muskoka 

Waverley 

Vlaple Leaf 

Frontenac 

Dufferin 

North Star 



Euclid 
St. George . 

Salem 

Mimico .. 
Harmony . 



Colborne 
Canuington. 

ferth 

Streetsville . 
Waterdown.. 
Delaware . ... 

Vittoria 

Bracebridge . 

Guelph 

Tara 

Cataraqui ... 
Melbourne... 
Roseneath... 
Stratbroy ... 

Toronto 

Brockville ... 
Lambton .... 
Delta 



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 
Tuesday 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 on or before f. m. 
Thursday before f. moon 
First Friday 
Second Monday 
Tuesday before f moon 
Wednesday on or after f.m. 

[299J 



First Tuesday 

Friday after f. moon 

Third Monday 

Third Wednesday 

Friday on or after f. moon 

Wednesday on or bef. f. moon 

Monday on or before f. moon 

Monday on or before f. moon 

Wednesday after f. moon 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Fourth Monday 

Thursday on or before f. moon 

Fourth Friday 

Third Tuesday 

Friday before f. moon 

Friday on or before f. moon 

First Tuesday 

Thursday on or before f. m. 

Second Monday 

Friday on or after f. moon 

Tuesday on or before f. moon 

Monday ou 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 



Dorchester S. j Thursday on or before f. moon 



M 

i. 



u 

.. 



.1 
.. 



W. Br. A. H. Alliston. \ Br, 
Robt. Ramsay . 
J. C. Butler . ... 
Wm. Webster . 

E. K Wade.... 

D. K. Ross 

Jas. Reading ... 
G. H. Kennedy 
P. L. Graham... 
A. P. Williams. 

W. J. Stutt 

A. Campbell.... 

Wm. Else 

Rev.D.Armstr g 
Wm. Jamieson. 
W. Thompson . 
Otto J. Klotz :.. 
H. A Baker.... 
SS.Murray.MD 
Jno J. James . 
Ezra Slubbs. ... 
W. L. Ouimette 
R. G. McCraw . 
Edward Eagle . 
John F. M.,wat 
John Smith . ... 
J.T.Mulhollanrt 
A. T. McDonald 
C J. Medtorth. 
James Scott.... 
Robt. Graham . 
H Clements . . 

A S. Allen 

John Ritchie... 
W. H. Krback . 
G. Sherk, M D. 
H. W. Moad.... 
J. B. Pearson... 
W. J, Paterson. 
Tbos. Cahill.... 

C. W. Mulligan 
G. H. Linton ... 
J. B Hay 

D. Johnston.... 
W. S. Galvert... 
John Hair .... 

C. N. Spencer... 
J. Hutchinson. 
A.G. Mackaa... 
W.J.McFarland 
Jas. W. Fraser. 
Oran D. Dewitt 
A. DeCou, M.D 
H. M ussen .... I 
John E. Cohoe. 

Ira Bates 

J.P. Ballantyne 
John McLeod . 
W. H. Godwin. 

F, Q.Tremajne 

E. T. Shaw 

W. H. Nile* . ... 
S. B, Pollard ... 
Hut;h Hanlin... 

P Lambert 

A. J. Clark 

D. McNeil 

V. Switzer 

W. L. Payne. ... 

Peter Ellis 

David Hogg . ... 
James Miller ... 
Samuel Flatt... 
H. Lockwood... 
Joseph McColl. 
S. Bridglund . . 
G.A Somerville. 
A.BTaylor.MD 
R E. Aiken . ... 
Ed. Fenwick ... 
John Mason.... 
Bnj. Payne. ... 

F. Docovan 

Geo. Gale 

R. L. Patterson 
TL E. Eyre 



, A. L. Norden 

B. H. Denny 
J. L. Charles 
Wm. Smeaton 
John Shaw 

T. W. Howard 
M. E. Qrovea 
W. S. Beaver 
J. Irvine 
Walter Stares 
Wm. Clark 
Jno. Robinson 
Ed. TJnger 
G. B. Johnstone 
Chas. Flath 
J. H McFaul 
H. Von Ende, Jnn 
J. E. Maybee 
Robert Smith 
Joseph McGaw 
J. M. C.nboy 

C. E. Farmer 
E. C. Chantler 
J. Cruicksl auk 
Geo. Russell 
Nelson George 
Wm. Lawless 
John Wilson 
G. Gilmour 

E. Parker 
T. J. Bird 
John K earns 
Hugh Rosa 
W. A. Medland 
H. Liersch 
A. Godwin 
Edward Kerr 
Geo. Hynds 
John Miller 
R. Code 

E. H. Brown 
J. J. Coulter 
Geo. E. Convey 
A. Beamer 

H. Thompson 

D. Hill 

Robt. Bonney 
Jas. Foster 

I. Baker 
W. J. Bellamy 
T. J. Phillips 
W. Win^rove 
Wm. Allnrdyce 
Thos. Sowersby 
Walter Misiner 

F. H Anderson 
Alex. Adams 
John McKellar 
Geo. Eccles 
Alex. Williams 
W. H. Chittick 
W. S. Niles 

M. J. Meyerfey 

G. A. Reid 

J. A. Thompson 
C. H. Hempstall 
vV. Burgess, jun 
Chas. Clark 
J. Boyer 

Chas. McClelland 
J. W. Berry man 
W. H. Davidson 
T. J. Baker 
R. R. Montgomery 
Wm. Dawsou, jan 
Wm. Simmons 
H. E Richardson 
R. C. Bruce 
H. Berry 
Wm. Pierce 
C Gillespie 
Jas. Fullerton 
Wm. J. Gray 
F. W. A. Brown 
Chas Jones 
Omer Brown 



132 



MASONIC. 



[1885. 



HO. 

371 
372 



LODGE. 



WHERE HELD. 



NIGHT OF MEETI.NQ. 



WORSHIPFUL MASTER. 



Prince of Wales Ottawa 



Palmer 



373 l*0opestone 



374 
876 

876 

877 

378 

879 

880 

382 

883 

384 

385 

386 

3S7 

3S8 

389 

390 

391 

332 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 

399 

400 

401 

102 

403 

U.D. Lome 

C D. Mattawa 

U.D. The Spry 



Victoria . 
Welland 



*Keene Keene 

*Lorne Omemee 

*Unity jHuntsvilla . 

Lome Shelburne ... 

King Solomon s ;Petersville... 

Middlesex Bryanston ... 

*0nlon, London 

Doric Hamilton. ... 

Henderson W.Winches r 

Alpha Parkdale.... 

Spry Beeton 

MeCoIl West Lome. 

Lansdown ... \ Lansdown ... 

Henderson Ilderton 

Cryit il Fount n N. Augusta. 

"Florence | Florence...... 

*Howard Ridgetown... 

*Huron ICamlachie ... 

Forest jChesley 

King Solomon ... Thameaford. 

Parvaim Comber 

*Cedar ] Wiarton 

* Leopold ;Bcigden 

Victoria ! VietoriaRoad 

*Moffat I Harrietsville 

*0akville ] Oakville . ... 

*Craig Deserouto 

Central 

Windsor 



[Second Thursday 

] Tuesday on or after f. m. 

First Thursday 

First Thursday 

First Thursday 
First Wednesday 
I Wednesday after f. m. 
! Third Wednesday 
j Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Second Monday 

Third Monday 

First Tuesday 
I First Thursday 

Wednesday ou or after f. m. 

Wednesday after full moon 

Thursday on or before f. m. 
I Thursday after full moon 

Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Tuesday on or before f. moon 
j Second Thursday 
I Wednesday on or after f. m. 

First Tuesday of 
Wednesday on or after f. moon 
Thursday on or before f. m. 

Tuesday ou or before f. moon 
I Tuesday on or after f. moon 

Second Tuesday 
Tuesday on or after f. moon 
Tuesday on or before f. moou 

First Tuesday 
Essex Centre Wednesday on or before f. m. 

Windsor ! Second Wednesday 

Tamworth . ! Friday on or before f. moon 
IMattawa. ... First Tuesday 
Fenelon Falls First Friday 



ev. mo. W. Br. G. S. McFarlane 



Alf. Hurrell.... 
R. H. Dyer.,.. 
Jas. McNeil . ... 
John Kincaid . 
John Matthew. 
J. F. Mitthews 
John E. Platt... 
Thomas Gowan 
C. L. Lanagan . 
Thos. Irwin .... 

Q. P. Sills 

G.G.Rowe,M.D 
Jas. Matchott... 
T.W.Kirkpatr k 
Chas. Stewart . 
J. T. Dinsmoro. 
Jas. Langstaff . 
W. E. Amsden. 
J.A.C.Anderson 
John Anderson 
J. Stevens .... 

0. Brock 

Wm. Mann 

Jas. Malnuesley 
F.R Seagar.M.l) 
AW.Wood,M.D 

J. J. Jelly 

W. A Ferrah... 

R. J. Craig 

W L. Burdick. 
J. E. D Avignon 

J. S Miller 

Rev.C.V.F.Bliss 
J. W. Wallace. 



SECRETARY. 



Br. J. J. Mulligan 
" W. Thompson 
" R. Morrison 
W. J. Campbell 
J. D. Thornton 
J. R. Beece 
Robt. B. Wilcox. 
Alex. McQueen 
I Nicholson 
A. C. Stewart 
Jas. Cheyne 
E. L. White 
W. P. Atkinson 
John Stewart 
John Chaseley 
Rev. S. Tigbe, B.A. 
Thos. McNeil 
E. G. Marshall 
J. Unsworth 
J. A. Elliott 
Jas. K. Cairus 
Geo. Knowlsou 
C. Garner 
E Bravender 
Aldx. Kerr 
Herbert Drew 
Alfred Taylor 
R. Thomas 
C. W. Pearce 
Geo. A. Brown 
H. A. Giles 
G. E. Copeland 
J. R. Fraser 
P. A. Fsrguson 



The Grand Chapter of Royal Art-. Ik Masons of Canada* 

OFFICERS or THE GRAND CHAPTER, 1883-84. 



M. E. Comp. H. Macpherson,0\v. S d, Gr. Z." 



E. E. 



Thos. Sargant, Toronto, " H. VGr dCouncil. 

R Heudry. jr., Kingston, i; J. j 

R B, HuagHi-ford, Loudon,Gr. Sup. London Dis 



C. L Baard, Woodstock, Wilson 
John Scoon, Guelpb, Wellingt n 
John Malloy, Hamilton, Hamilton 

D. MeiJ. Muilocb, Clinton, Huron 
Win. Forbes, Gritnshy, Niagara 
J. McL. Stevenson, Birrie, Toronto 
D. Fraser, Peterboro , Ontario 
Jas. Walters, Napanee, I 1 . Edw d 
Edwin Plant. Ottawa, Central 
Henry Duffell, St. John s, N. Brims. 
C. F. Forre.-it. Winnipeg, Manitoba 
David MeLellan, Hamilton, Grand Scribe E. 
Otto Klotz, Preston, Grand Scribe N. 

Grand Superintendents of Districts. 



R. E. Comp. Rich d R.i.lcliffe, Goderich, Grand Prin. Sojour 

" E. Mitchell, Hamilton, " Treasurer. 

4 " " W. Waddingtoa, jr.. King n, Registrar. 

V. E. " Geo. D Diekson. Belleville, " 1st Asst. Soj. 

" J. D. Christie, St Cathaaines," 2nd " " 

li " Andrew Park, Toronto, " Sword Bearer 

" " W.G. S Reynolds, Ottawa, " Mas. ol Veils. 

" Peter A. Craig, Windsor, " Stand. Bearer 

" Jas. A. Frazer, Milton, " Dit. ofCerem. 

" Jas Can field, Woodstock, " Organist. 

" D. W. Me.ves, Newmarket, " Pursuivant. 

" Wm. F. Murray.Olinton, "1 

" ChMS. Hendry,Conestoga ( o tewar d R 

" John Overall. London, 

" II. B. F. Odfll, Oshawa, j 

" W. W. Summers, Hamilton, " Janitor. 



R. E. Comp. R. B. Hungftrford, London, London District. 
" " C. L. Beard, Woodstock ... Wilson " 

" John Sooon, Guelph Wellingt n " 

" John Malloy, Hamilton . Hamilton " 
" D. MoG. Malloch, Clinton, Huron " 
" " Wm. Forbes, Grimsby Niagara " 



R. E. Comp. J. McL. Stevenson, Barrie, Toronto District:. 

" D. Fraser, Pererboro Ontario " 

" Jas. Walters, Napanee P.Edward " 

" Edwin Plant, Ottawa Central " 

" Henry Duffell, St. John... N.Brunsw k 1 
" C. F. Forrest, Winnipeg ... Manitoba 



Representatives near the Grand Chapter of Canada from Foreign Grand Chapters. 



Alabama,.... 

Arkansas 

California, 

Colorado, 

Connecticut, 

Delaware. 

Dist. of Colum., 

Florida, 

Georgia, 

Illinois, 

Indiana, 

I>wa, 

Kansas, 

Kentucky, " 

Louisiana, 

Maine, " 

Maryland, " 

Massachusetts, " 

Minnesota, M. E. 

Mississippi, R. E. 

Missouri, 

Sfobraska, " 



R. E. Comp. Isaac F. Toms Goderich. 

John McLaren ... Orangeville. 



M.E. 



R. E. 



M.E. " 

< ft 

R.E. " 



Hen. Macpherson. Owen Sound. 
L. H. Henderson. Bellevillo. 

Donald Ross Picton. 

T. C Micnabb ... Chatham. 

H. Robertson Collingwood. 

James Moffat London. 

D. McLollun Hamilton. 

Wm. Forbes Grimsby. 

James Seymour... St.Catharines. 
James Seymour... St. Catharines. 

J. M. Gibson Hamilton. 

T. Sargant Toronto. 

Edward Mitchell, Hamilton. 

D. R. Munro St. John, N.B. 

J. G. Barns Toronto. 

J.A.Henderson... Kingston. 

F. J. Menet Toronto. 

Henry Robertson, Collingwood. 
W.J.B.McL.Moore Prescott. 
J. R. Robertson ... Toronto. 



N.Hampshire.R. E.Comp. D. McLellan 
New Jersey, M. E. 
Nevada, R.E. 

New York, " 
N. Carolina, " 
Nova Scotia, " 
Ohio, V. E. 

Oregon, R. E. 

Pennsylvania, " 
Quebec, M. E. 

Rhode Island, V. E. 
S. Carolina, M. E. 
Tennessee, R. E. 
Texas, " 

Virginia, " 

Vermont, " 

W. Virginia M. E. 
Wisconsin, R. E. 
Scotland, " 

Gr.MarkL geof 
Eng.&Walea, M. E. 



Toronto. 
. Kingston. 
. Hamilton. 

Toronto. 



. Hamilton. 

Daniel Sprv Barrie. 

J J. Mason Hamilton. 

H. Robertson Collingwood- 

James Wilson . ., 
R Hendry, jun . 
H. A. Mackiy.... 
R. J. Hovenden . 
Donald McPhie... Hamilton. 

Daniel Spry Barrie. 

J. B Trayes Port Hope. 

C. D. Macdonald . Peterboro , 

Wm. Gibson Beamgville. 

R. Brierley Hamilton. 

Wm. Brydon Rat Portage; 

Jas. B Nixon Toronto. 

S. B. Harman Toronto. 

Gavin Stewart. ... Hamilton. 
J. K. Kerr Toronto. 



Jas. Seymour StCatharinefc- 



[300] 



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MASONIC. 



133 







Representatives near Foreign (fraud Cha 

!. Comp. J. H. Johnson .... Talladega. 
" O.L.Kimball Dardanelle. 
" N. W. Spaulding.. Oakland. 
" B T Wells Black Hawk. 


oUrsfrom tht Or a 

Nebraska, R. 1 
N.Hampsh e, " 
New Jersey, M. 
Nevada, R. 
New York, " 
N. Carolina, 
Nova Scotia, 
Ohio, R. 
Oregon, 
Pennsylv ia, R. 
Quebec, . " 
Rh. Island, " 
S. Carolina, 
Tennessee, 
Texas, 
Virginia, M. 
Vermont, P. 
W. Virginia, " 
Wisconsin, M. 
Scotland, R. 
Gr.MarkL geof 
Eng.&WalesM. 


ndC 

S. Co 

i 

4 < 


hapter of Canada. 
mp. H. P. Duel 


Omaha. 
Lebanon. 
New York. 
Gold Hill. 
New York. 
New Berne. 
Halifax. 
Cleveland. 
Portland. 
Philadelphia. 
Montreal. 
Providence. 
Charleston. 
Pulaski. 
Houston. 
Danville. 
Burlington. 
Wheeling. 
Mineral P nt. 
Carlton Club, 
Lon., Eng. 
London, Enjj. 


Arkansas, 
California, 
Colorado, 
Connecticut, 
Delaware, 
Dist. Oolum , 
Florida, 
Georgia, 
Illinois, 
Indiana, 
Iowa, 
Ireland, 
Kansas, 
Kentucky, 
Louisiana, 
Maine, 
Maryland, 
Maasachus ts, 
Minnesota, 
Mississippi, 
Missouri, 


< 
M. 

< 
1 

R. 
M. 

(( 1 

R. 

4 

R, < 

a i 
I 

M. 
R. 
M. 

R. 
R. 
M. 
R. 


A. Baker 


W. H. Mclllhaney 
S. W. Chubbuck... 
John S. Bowen ... 
C. C.Clarke 
L. F. Darling 
C. A. Woodward.. 
Donald Mackay... 
T. R. Patton 
Thomas Milton ... 
W. R. Greene 
J.M Bratten, M.D. 
E. Bdmundson.... 
Hen. Seherfftus ... 
G W Dame ....... 


" W. R. Higby Bridgeport. 
" G. F. Young Wilmington. 
" J. S. McCoy, M.D., Washington. 
" R. J. Perry Key West. 


" W. H. Tuller Atlanta. 
" J. H Miles Chicago. 


1 " K. L McLallen ... Colum. City. 
" J. W. Wilson Newton. 
" J. H.Neilson Dublin. 
" Francis Menet. ... Lawrence. 
" H. R. French Mt. Sterling. 
" And. Hero, jun... Delta. 
" A J. Fuller Bath. 
" J M. Cirter Baltimore. 


Win. Brinsmaid... 
Frank Johnson ... 
R D Pulford 


" Edwin Wright. ... Boston. 
" O. G. Miller St. Paul. 
" A. H. Barkley.... Crawfordsv le. 
" M. A. Fyke Clinton. 


Earl of Kintore ... 
Fred. Binckes . ... 



SUBORDINATE CHAPTERS. 



HO. 
1 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
10 
11 
12 
15 
16 
18 
19 
20 
22 
23 
24 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
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62 
63 
64 
65 
56 
57 
58 
59 

1 
2 
33 
4 
65 
66 
67 


CHAPTER. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OP MEETING. 


FIRST PRINCIPAL Z. 


SCRIBE E. 


Anc ntFrontenac 
Th6 Hiram 


Kingston .... 
Hamilton ... 
London, 
Toronto 
London 
Hamilton ... 
Belleville ... 
Toronto 
St.John,N B. 
St.And.,N.B. 
Kingston ... 


Third Tuesday in Nov., Feb., May A Aug. 
First Monday ev. m. except July i Aug. 
Fourth Weduosday ev. m. except Dec. 3rd 


II. J. Wilkinson ... 
Chas. H. Foster 
B W Greer 


W. M. Drennan 
James Stiff 
John Siddons 
R. F. Smyth 
W. R. Browne 
Arthur Doherty 
A. McGinnis 
George Clarke 
D. S. Stewart 
W. D. Forster 
W. S Smyth 
J. J.Clement 
W. H. Morgan 
James Wilson 
3eorge Burch. 
Robert J. Fraser 
John Francis 
John Wilson 
W. R. Knox 
Vo Returns 
W. T. Toner 
C. W. Smith 
Samuel Waltho 
Isaac F. Toms 
Donald Ross 
J. M. Hood 
Wm. Downie 
J. H. Addison 
Jas. Alexander 
J. B. Traves 
Charles Ellictt 
Gjorge Ackman 
R. Gemtnell 
W. A. Woolson 
J. G. Fenct-ll 
No Returns 
No Rettirns 
Chas. Ore fts 
G. J. Stephens 
Francis Dal by 
J. F H. Gunn 
J. A. Peebles 
J. W. Ford 
W. E. Idsardi 
G. ,T. Miller 
H. P Adair 
J. C. Jordan 
No Returns 
Wm. Kicg 
Philip T. Lee 
Rt.lph Hill 
John Shepard 
Jas. S. Greenhill 
M. W. Bi idgman 
Fr,>d. F. Manley 
M. R Counter 
H. H. Da war 


St John s 


St.And.ASt.John 
St. George s 
St. John s 


Seymour Porter.... 
Albert 0. Jeffery... 
Jas. A. Malcolm.... 
John J. Farley 
P. J. Slatter 
Win. J. Logan 




2nd Thursday ev. m. except July <fe Aug 




King Solomon s.. 
New Brunswick 
St. Mark s 








W D Hartt 


Second Monday in Feb. May, Aug. & Nov 
Second Friday in Jan. April, July A Oct. 
Third Thursday of every month 


A Shaw 




Thos.S. Ellison 
W. G. Reynolds.... 
Robart Stark 
John D. Christie... 
Robert Ashton .... 
K. C. Feilde 




Ottawa 


Oxford 


Woodstock... 
St.Catharin s 
Brantford ... 
Prescott 
Simcoe 
Stratford .... 
Trenton 


Mount Moriah ... 
Mount Horeb ... 
Grenville 


Friday on or before f. moon of each month 


Second Tuesday of every month . . . 


Kzra 


Second Wednesday of every month 


Robt. Rochester. ... 
A. Matheson... ...... 




St Mark s .. 


Second Wednesday of every month 




Manitou 


Collingwood 
Oshawa 
Dunnville ... 
Goderich .... 
Picton 


John Nettleton 
Robt. McCaw 
Archibald Couper. 
R. Radcliffe 


Pentalpha 
McCallum 






Huron 




Prince Edward- 
Waterloo 




John Warring. . . . 


Gait 




Signet 
Keystone 


Burrie 
Whitby 
Peterboro gh 
Port Hope... 
Bradford ... 
Moncton,NB 
Guelph 
Ingersoll ... 
Napanee 
Colborne 
St. Mary s ... 
Chatham ... 
Cobourg 
Elora 


Second Tuesday of every month 


C. L.Sanders 
John Stanton 
W. Patterson 
W. B. Wallace 
H. S. Broughton ... 
J. W. Wallace 


Corinthian 


Third Tuesday of every month 


Victoria 




Seymour 


Friday on or before f. m. of every month ... 
Third Monday of every month . . .. 


Botsford 


Guelph 


Second Friday of month..... 


Harris 


First Tuesday after f. m. of every month. 
Wednesday after f. moon 


C. H. Slawson 
Ogden Hinch... ... 


Mount Sinai 


First Thursday of every month 




Second Wednesday of every month 
Thuisday 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 
First Thursday of every month 




Wellington 


W. H. Farley 
R J Winch 


St. John s 


Elora 


W. F. Savage 
Jos. Craig 




Walkerton... 
Winnipeg.M. 
PetrolU 
St. Thomas- 
Niagara 
Owen Sound 
Pt. Colborne. 
Pembroke ... 
Brock ville... 
Newmarket- 
Almonte 
Kglington ... 
Kincardine . 
Welland 
Toronto .. .. 


Prince Rupert ... 
Bruce 




D Trotter 


Pales-tine 


Second Thursday in the month 


George Cockran.. . 
John M. Clement... 
Allen Cameron 
T. Rae 


Niagara 




Georgian 




King Hiram 
Pembroke 


., First Thursday of every month 
First Monday of every month .. 


Sussex 


Friday on or bef. f. moon of every month 
First Wednesday in month 


Thos. Wilkinson ... 
R. Flood 
R Pollock 


Doric 


Grantte 


York 


[Thursday on or after full moon 


J K Leslie . . 


Havelock 


Third Thursday in each month. .. . . 


Benj. Fretr 
S. E. Hopkins 
W. S. S. Jackson... 
D. McG. Malloch... 
Alex. Michie... 


Willson 




St. Paul s 


Second Wednesday of every month 
Friday before f. moon of every month ... 
iTuesdav after f. moon of everv month .. 




Clinton 

Uarriston ... 


Enterorise... 



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MASONIC ODD FELLOWS. 



[1885. 



NO. 


CHAPTER. 


WHERE HELD. 


NIGHTS OF MEETING. 


FIKST PRINCIPAL Z. 


SCRIBE X. 


68 


Maitland 


Maitland . ... 


Third Thursday in March, June, Sep 












tember, and December 


A T. Dunn . 




66 




Grimsby 


First Wednesday in July, September 












November, January, March and May 


Win. Forbes 


Robt. Thompson 


70 




Berlin 


First Monday after f moon of ev month 




Alex Miller 


71 

73 


Prince of Wales.. 
Erie 


Amherstb g.. 
Ridgetown... 


First Wednesday on or before f. moon ... 
Wednesday on or before full moon 


Win. T. Wilkinson 


George Green 
B. F Sutherland 


74 




Strathroy .... 


Second Tuesday of every month 


W H Grant 


J Noble 


76 


St Clalr 


Milton 


Second Wednesday of each month 




E Dixon 


76 
77 


Mount Nebo 


Niagara Falls 
Toronto 


Friday on or before f. m. of every month 
Second Monday of every month 


George Hyatt 
John A. Wills 


F. Fischer 
J W. Hickson 


78 
79 


MinnewAwa .... 


Park Hill.... 
Toronto 


Third Wednesday of every month 
Fourth Thursday of every month 


E. M. Bigg 
Andrew Park. . . 


W. M. Thompson 


80 


Ark 


Windsor 


Second Monday in each month 


P. A. Craig 


John McNally 


81 




Aylraer L. ... 


Friday on or after full moon ev. month. 


8. 8. Glutton . 


J. Connell 


82 




P. A. Landing 


Friday on or before full moon 


A W Thompson... 


R E Mitchell 


83 




Orangeville.. 


Tuesday after full moon of every month. 


S H Me Ki trick .... 


Hugh E Reid 


84 




Wingham ... 


First Wednesday of each month ... 






85 


Exeter 


Exeter . 


First Tuesday of each month , 


G. A. K. McLeod... 


W. G.Col:ins 


86 


Macpherson 


Meaford 


Second Thursday in every month 


Thomas McCarroll. 


Fred. S Clarke 


87 


Wentworth 


Dundas 


Tuesday on or before full moon 


Henry Bickford.... 


John Poole 


88 




Dresden 


Monday after full moon of every month 


Thos. C. Mcnabbe 


S. J. Ball 


89 


Woodstock 


Woodstock- 


Third Thursday of every month 


Ananias MeFarlan. 


D M. Vince 


90 


Golden 


Rat Portage. 


Fourth Wednesday of every month 


John K. Brydon ... 


W H. Carnovsky 


91 


Parkdale 


Parkdale 


Second Thursday of everv month 


John Inglis 





INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Address of the Officers of the Grand Lodge of Onto.rio for the year ending August, 188k. 



A. L. Morden, Napanee, Grand Master. 

Rev. N. H. Martin, Chatham, Deputy Grand Master. 

L. Ferguson. St. Thomas, Grand Warden. 

J. B. King, Toronto, Grand Secretary. 

Wm. Badenach, Toronto, Grand Treasurer. 

Jas. Woodyatt, Braiitford, Grand Representative. 



Cl. T. Campbell, London, Grand Representative, 
A. McFee, Belleville, Grand Marshall. 
J. A. MacdonaM, Arnprior, Grand Conductor. 
F. F. Lawrence, Goderich. Grand Guardian. 
J. H. Magill, Port Hope, Grand Herald. 
Rev. T. W. Jolliffe, Toronto, Grand Chaplain. 



SUBORDINATE LODGES. 



LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


Brock 


9 
10 
16 


Brockville 


Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Tlmrsday 
Wednesday 
Tlmrsday 
Wednesday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Monday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Alter. Monday 
Thursday 
Tlmrsday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Saturday 


Lucan . . 


70 

n 

72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
100 
101 
102 
103, 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 


Lucan 


Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Thuisday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday- 
Monday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Tlmrsday 
Friday 
Friday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Monday 
Thurodi y. 
Monday 
Monday 
Monday 
Monday 
Thursday 


Catara^ui 


Kingston 


The Toronto 


Toronto 


Union 


St. Catharines . . 


Eastern Star 


Whitby 




22 
28 
29 
30 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
38 
40 
41 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 


Oshawa 




Fertrus 




Amherstburg .. 


Bothwell 


Bothwell .. 






Port Perry .... 
St. Thomas 




London 


St Thomas 


Elgin 


St. Thomas 
Pt. Burwell 
Brantford 


Oxford 


Erie 


Durham . . . 


Port Hope 
Uxbridge . 
Prescott 




Nipissin^ . . 


Samaritan 




Amity 


St Maiy s 




Belleville 


Belleville 


Forest City 


London 


Beaver 




Rond Eau .. T 




Clinton 






Stratford 


Walkerton 


Walkerton 


Excelsior ... . * 


Hamilton 


Constellation .... 
Napanee 


Burgess ville .... 
Napanee 


Frontier 


Windsor 




Newbury 


Empire 


St. Catharines .. 
Woodstock .... 
Guelph 


Unity 




Olive Branch 

Reliance 




London 


Canada 


Toronto 


Tvv 


Park Hill 


Otter . 


Tilsonburg .... 
Mitchell . . . 


Grand River 




Bissell 


Milton 






Toronto . . . . 


Western City .... 


Chatham 


Niagara Falls 
Collingwood 


Clifton 


Avlmer 


Collingwood .... 
Seaforth 


Port Stanley . . 


Port Stanley 
New Hamburg . 
Berlin 


Fidelity 


Kith 


Queen City of Ont. 


Toronto . 


Grand Union .... 


Orangeville .... 
Strathroy . . 


Harriston 






Lindsay 




Kingston . . ... 


Golden Star . . 


Brampton 




Wardsville .... 
Oshawa 


Dosoronto 


Mill Point 






Driimmoudville. 
Hamilton 




Goderich . . 


Crescent 




Barrie 


Manilla 




Hamilton 
Petrolia 


St Clair . 


Point Edward .. 
Gait 






Florence Night g le 
Exeter 


Bowmanville . . 
Exeter 


Royal Oak 


Forest 




Georgetown .... 
Toronto 


North Star 


Stayner . . . 




Hope 


Harriets ville.. ., 


Peterboro 


Peterboro 



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135 



LODGE. 


NO. 

112 
114 
115 
116 
117 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
142 
143 
144 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
163 
164 
165 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 


LOCATON. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 


LODGE. 


NO. 


LOCATION. 


NIGHT 
OF MEETING. 






1st Fri. in mo 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Thursday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Frisday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Monday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Wednesday 
Tuesday 
Alter. Monday 
Alter.Tuesday 
Thursday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Thursday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday- 
Friday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday * 
Friday 
Mondaj 
Monday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Wednesday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Alter. Monday 
Thursday 


Ark 


181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
237 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
23S 
239 
240 
241 
9,49 


Springfield 
Otterville 


Thursday 
Monday 
Friday 
Tlrarsday 
Alter. Wed.. 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Wednesday 
Monday 
Monday 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Monday 
Alter. Friday 
Alter. Friday 
Wednesday 
Saturday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Friday 
Saturday 
Friday 
Wednesday 
Friday 
Tuesday 
Thursday 
Wednesd;iy 
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 

Tuesday 




Gananoque .... 
Brantford 






Teeswater 


Teeswater 




Markhum 


Germania 


Waterloo 


Valley City 




Live Oak 


Strabane 


Maitlind 




Dufferin 


Flesherton 


Sydenham Valley . 


Wallaceburg. . . . 


Cypress 


Bradford 


Cambridge 


Preston 




Streetsville. .. . 


Parry Sound 


Parry Sound .... 
London East . .. 
Jarvis 




Palmerston 
Dresden 


Chorazin 




Jarvig 


Stella 


Carleton Place.. 
Sarnia 


Howick 


Gorrie 




Victor 


St. Mary s 




Belleville 


Albert 


Toronto 


Mystic 




Cicerone 


Woodville 




Thorold 




Florence 








Hamilton 




Oakville 




Holliu 






Scotia 


Port Robinson.. 
Weston 


Orient 


Welland 


Weston 


Peaceful Dove .... 




Beacon 


Port Colborne . . 
Milverton 




Silver Star .-. 




Brockville 


Pembroke 


Pembroke 






Acton 


Acton 




Mount Forest . . 
Leamington .... 
Kino sville ...... 


Ahirain 


Paisley 








Concord . 


Egremont 


Adelaide 


Bay of Quiute 




Alvinston 


Alvinston 


Rid^etown . 


Millbank 


Millbank 








Brucefield 


Model 


Wyoming 


Lily.. 


N. Dorchester .. 
Napanee 








Western Star . 




Zephvr . 


Zephyr 


Bertie 


Rid^eway 


Clifford 


Clifford 


Sycamore 




Freestone 


Beamsville 
Elmira 






Elmira 


Wildey 




Mount Brydges . . . 
Enterprise 


Mt. Brydges .... 
Essex Centre . . . 
Waubaushene .. 
South Woodslee. 
Chesley 




Almonte 
Brougham 








Newmarket .... 
Thamesville .... 
Guelph 




Tharoesville 


i Chesley 




i Mount Elgin 


Mount Elgin .... 
Hensall 


Oak Leaf ... 


Hamilton 


Hensall 






Ottawa 


Ottawa 




Simcoe 


Norfolk 


Port Dover .... 
Merlin 




Cornwall 


Merlin 


Bomeo 


Stratford 


Sauble . . .... 


Tara 


Beethoven 


Brooklin 




Fort Erie 






Embro Star 


Embro 


Button 




Prince of Wales . . 
Elora 


Brockton 






Elora 




Port Elgin 
Alliston 




Hagarsville 






Penetan f ore 






Ilderton 




Dunville 


Waterford 


Waterford 




Ayr . . 




Camlachie 


Lome 


West Lome .... 
Thedford 


Farmersville 


Farmersville .... 
Penetanguishene 
Stirling . . 








Wroxeter 


Stirling . 


Wellington Square 


Burlington 




Ottawa ... 


Madoc 


Rideau 


Smith s Falls . . . 
Toronto . . 


Owen Sound.. 


Owen Sound.. 


Wilton . 



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. 




13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


St. Thomas. 
Guelph. 
Napanee. 
Prescott. 
Cannington. 
Woodstock. 
Almonte. 
Dresden. 


Weutworth 




Metropolitan 




Banner 


Greenville ... . . 


Riverside 


Uniort . 


Mystic 




Moira 




Waterloo 




Oshawa 






Victoria Rebekah Lodge, N 
Oshawa " " N 


REBEKAH DE 


bREE LODGES. 
May Queen Rebekah Lodge, No. 5 London East, 
Naomi " No. 6.. . Windsor. 


o. 4.. . Oshawa. 



Our Sisters Rebekah Lodge, No. 7 Point Edward. 

Grand Secretary s Office, No. 42 King Street East, Toronto. 

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136 



MERCANTILE LAW. 



[1885. 



MERCANTILE LAW. 



Promissory Notes and Bills of Ex 
change Must be payable absolutely, and not 
depend upon a contingency. Three days grace 
allowed except when payable upon demand. 
Can be written either in ink or lead pencil. No 
tice of dishonour must be sent to all endorsers. 
Those not notified are released from all liability. 
Notice must be sent to the correct address of en 
dorser ; but if that is not known, notice sent to 
the place where note or bill purports to be made 
will be sufficient. Checks are treated as bills of 
exchange, and must be presented the day they 
are received or on the following day. Notes and 
bills endorsed in blank are transferable by de 
livery, the same as if payable to bearer. Notes 
bear interest during currency only if so stated. 
The loss of a bill or note does not prevent the 
collection of it, but if required the holder must 
give indemnity before the lost note is paid. 
Notes and bills are payable any time during the 
day they mature. If no time is mentioned for 
payment, notes and bills are.payable on demand. 
Notes made on Sunday are void. Notes and bills 
falling due on Sunday are payable the next day. 

Landlord and Tenant. An agreement 
for a lease must be in writing : a lease, however, 
for less than three years can be made verbally. 
Rent must be due before it can be distrained 
for. If tenancy continues after a term 6f years, 
without any new bargain, it will be as a tenancy 
from year to year. No notice is required in 
case of the termination of a lease for a definite 
time. A full six months notice, ending with 
the end of the year, is required to terminate a 
tenancy from year to year. A monthly tenancy 
requires a month s notice. A weekly tenancy 
requires a week s notice to end it. A covenant 
for renewal does not call for a renewal covenant 
in the new lease, unless expressly called for. 
Destruction by fire during the currency of a lease 
does not release the tenant from payment of 
rent unless expressly provided for. The land 
lord is required to look after the roof and out 
side walls, but the tenant cannot require any 
defect apparent at the time of the lease to be 
repaired. Defective drainage, causing injury to 
life or health, will justify a tenant in leaving. 

Master and Servant. A servant is 
bound to obey all orders of the master in the 
scope of the employment ; a disobedience of 
orders will justify an immediate dismissal. Both 
master and servant are entitled to reasonable no 
tice before an engagement is terminated. A 
servant wrongfully dismissed is only entitled to 
the actual damage sustained ; he must credit 
the master with any wages earned by him. The 
master is entitled to recover the damages sus 
tained by reason of a servant deserting his employ. 

Legal Holidays. In Ontario Sundays, 
New Year s Day, Good Friday, Whit-Monday, 
Christmas Day, the day appointed for the cele 
bration of the Queen s Birthday, Dominion Day, 
and any day appointed by proclamation for a pub 
lic holiday or for a general fast or thanksgiving. 



In Quebec Sundays, New Year s Day, Epiphany, 
Annunciation, Good Friday, Ascension, Corpus 
Christi, St. Peter s, St. Paul s, All Saints, Con 
ception, Christmas Day, Queen s Birthday, Do 
minion Day, also any day appointed by procla 
mation for a general fast or thanksgiving. 

Contracts. Contracts may be either oral 
or written. Oral contracts require a considera 
tion to support them. Contracts for sale of goods 
over $40 in value must be in writing or accom 
panied by part performance, or part payment. 
A contract may be made by letters and tele 
grams. Contracts made on Sunday (with a few 
exceptions) are illegal. Contracts contrary to 
public policy, or of an immoral character, are 
illegal. A contract for sale of land must be in 
writing. To make a good contract the names 
of the parties, the consideration, and the article 
sold or matter agreed upon should clearly ap 
pear. Fraud vitiates all contracts. 

Bills of Sale and Chattel Mortgages 

All sales and mortgages of .personal property 
not accompanied by actual, immediate and con 
tinued change of possession must be in writing, 
with an affidavit of bona fides in the form required 
by the Act, and must be filed within five days 
from date of execution in the office of the Clerk 
of the County Court of the County where the 
vendor or mortgagor resides ; or if he is not re 
sident in Ontario, where the goods are situated, 
otherwise they are void as against creditors of 
vendor or mortgagor and subsequent purchasers 
or mortgagees in good faith for value. Mort 
gages to secure endorsements must set ont the 
endorsements, and must be payable within one 
year. A renewal of chattel mortgage must be 
filed within thirty clays preceding the expiration 
of one year from date of previous filing, other 
wise the mortgage becomes void. 

Guarantees Must be in writing ; will be 
construed strictly ; should be distinctly word 
ed, so that no question will arise whether limited 
or continuing. 

Fraud. Sometimes criminal proceedings 
may be instituted for fraud. Fraud is always a 
ground of relief. It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. 

Interest. Where interest is payable and 
no rate has been agreed upon, the rate allowed 
is six per cent. Any rate can be contracted for. 
Interest is in the nature of damages, and is not 
allowed upon open accounts, unless it is shewn 
that there is either an express or implied contract 
to pay interest. It is advisable to have printed 
upon bill heads or statements a notice that if the 
account is not paid when due, interest will be 
charged. Interest is allowed on overdue bills 
and notes from the day they become due. Pay 
ments are applied first in payment of interest to 
date, then in reduction of principal. The prac 
tice of allowing interest on both sides of an 
account to day of settlement is not correct. 
Compound interest is not allowed, unless ex 
pressly agreed upon. A contract to reduce the 
rate of interest in case of punctual payment is 



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MERCANTILE LAW. 



137 



good, while one to increase the rate in case of 
default is bad. Mortgages of real estate must 
shew on their face the rate at which interest is 
to be calculated. ( 

Principal and Agent. Principals are 
responsible for the acts of their agents. Agency 
may be either general or limited. An agent 
must be a third person, not the other contracting 
party. A subsequent ratification of the acts 
of an agent will bind the principal. Agent s 
authority is not revoked till revocation is com 
municated to him. An agent signing in his own 
name is not allowed to offer parol evidence to 
prove that he did not intend to bind himself 
personally, but parol evidence is admissable to 
bind his principal. A broker is not entitled to 
receive payment for goods, while a factor is. A 
del credere agency is where the agent in consid 
eration of a larger commission guarantees the 
price of the goods sold. 

Partnership. Each member of a partner 
ship is responsible for the whole amount of the 
debts of the firm, except in case of special 
partnership. A special partner is only responsible i 
to the amount of the capital contributed by him, 1 
but "he cannot take any part in the management 
of the business. The act of one partner binds 
all. Partners are bound to keep good faith with 
each other. Partnership may be either for a term 
of years or at will. A partnership at will may 
be dissolved at any time. The death of one 
partner dissolves the partnership, unless provided 
for in the articles of co-partnership. The sale 
by a partner of his interest in the firm also dis 
solves the partnership. In the absence of ex 
press agreement partners share equally. 

Limitation of Actions. On simple 
contracts, debts and money demands, six years ; 
on contracts under seal, twenty years. For the 
recovery of land, ten years. Against municipal 
corporationsfor damages, three months. Against 
sheriff s and bailiffs for acts done in the course of 
their duties, six months. Part payment of a debt 
barred by the statute will revive the debt. 

Exemptions from Seizure under 
Execution in Ontario. Wearing apparel 
of debtor and family, bed and bedding in ordi 
nary use, one stove and pipes, one crane, one 
pair andirons, one set cooking utensils, one pair 
tongs and shovel, one table, six chairs, six 
knives, six forks, six teacups, six saucers, one 
sugar basin, one milk jug, one teapot, six spoons, 
all spinning wheels and weaving looms in do 
mestic use, ten vols. books, one axe, one saw, 
one gun, six traps and fishing net, and all neces 
sary fuel and provisions for debtor and family for 
thirty days, and not to exceed $40 in value, one ! 
cow, four sheep, two hogs and food for thirty 
days, tools or implements to the value of $60, 
all materials furnished to mechanics and work 
men for construction of building under contract. 
{No articles exempt from seizure for debt con 
tracted for identical article). Landlord has prefer 
ential claim for four weeks, if let by the week ; 



two terms, if let for periods less than a year, but 
in no case to exceed one year. 

Assignment. There is no insolvency law. 
Assignments are made to trustee for creditors. 
A clause in assignment giving the trustee the 
power to carry on trade to realize as a going 
concern will not vitiate assignment. Trustee is 
bound to use ordinary business prudence in deal 
ing with estate. Trustee is responsible for fraud 
or gross misconduct. The trustee s powers are 
limited to those possessed by the debtor, so he 
has no power to set aside a preference given by 
debtor. A fraudulent preference can only be 
attacked in an action by a creditor. A trustee 
can be compelled in equity to give an account of 
his dealings with the estate. 

Married "Women can carry on business, 
sue and be sued in the same manner as if unmar 
ried. Are entitled to hold property free from debts 
and control of husband, but cannot convey away 
real estate without husband s concurrence. Are 
entitled to dower in all real estate owned by hus 
band during the marriage, and in such equitable 
real estate as the husband may die entitled to. 

Arrest. Arrest for debt has been abolished, 
but if a debtor is about to leave Ontario with 
intent to defraud or hinder one or all of his 
creditors in the recovery of their claims, he may 
be arrested under a writ of capias, and detained 
until he gives security for the claim. A writ of 
ca. sa. may be obtained after judgment. The 
writ is only issued upon order of a Judge, and the 
debt must exceed $loo. A judgment debtor 
being examined as such, and not making satis 
factory answers, may be committed to jail by 
order of a Judge, until he does makes satisfactory 
answers. In the Division Court the Judge may 
order the debtor to make regular payments on 
the Judgment, and default may commit him for 
not obeying the order. 

Replevin Is used to obtain possession of 
goods wrongfully detained. Plaintiff must give 
security to three times the value of the goods 
before he can obtain them, and must proceed 
promptly with his action to prove the ownership 
of the goods. 

Wills. A will should express the intention 
of the testator in clear language. It may be 
drawn by any person. A bequest to a witness is 
void. A will must be signed by the testator in 
the presence of two witnesses, who, at his request, 
in his presence, and in the presence of each 
other, should affix their names as witnesses. 
Charitable bequests are only payable out of pure 
personal estate ; not out of real estate or per 
sonalty secured upon land. 

Miscellaneous. In any case of doubt 
is advisable to consult a good solicitor promptly, 
and carefully tell all the facts. 

Ignorance of the law excuses no one. 

The law compels no one to do impossibilities. 

Signatures made with a lead pencil are good. 

No consideration is sufficient in law if it be 
illegal in its nature. 



Entered according to Act of the ParUiimant of Can ija, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four, by 
COPP , CLARK & CO., in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture. 



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138 



FOREIGN CONSULS. 



[1885. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN CANADA. 



ARGENTINE CONFEDERATION. Consul, Montreal, Geo. B. 
Day. Vice-Consul, Montreal, P. C. Henshaw. 

AosTRO-Hu.vGARiAN EMPIRE. Consuls, Montreal, E. 
Schultze ; Halifax, H. Hart. 

BELGIUM. Consul-General, Dom. of Canaaa, Quebec, 
Caraille 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, 
P. 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 Duehastel ; Clerk, Antoine 
Dessane. Vice-Consuls, St.John s, N.F., De laChanme ; 
Halifax, Geo. E. Francklyn ; Montreal, O. Perrault ; 
Toronto, W. J. Macdonell. Consular Agents, Char- 
lottetown, H. Hobkirk ; Chatham, J. B. Snowball ; 
Escoumins, E. Vachon ; Gaspe, L. Robitaille ; St. 
John s, N.B., William Burke Carvill ; Sydney, Acting 
Consular Agent. Frank Fisher ; ihree Rivers, G. Bal- 
cer; Victoria, B.C., T. B. Mayereau; Winnipeg, Man., 
J. Royal. 

GERMAN EMPIRE. Consuls, Toronto, E. Freiherr von 
Heimrod ; Quebec, C. Pitl ; Montreal,Vf. C. Munderloh ; 
Halifax, N.S., C. A. Creighton ; Chatham, N.B., Alex. 
Morrison ; St. John, N. B., Robert Thomson ; St. John s, 
Nfld., Robert H. Prowse ; Victoria, V.I., vacant ; 
Winnipeg, Man., W. Hespeler. 

HAWAII, KINGDOM OF, OR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Consul- 
General, Ottawa, 0., C. Eliiott Andersou ; Consuls, 
Montreal, Q., Diekson Anderson; Halifax, N.S., Geo. 
Fraser ; St. John, N.B., Allan O. Crookshank ; Winni 
peg, M., William Murdoch, C. E. ; Regina, N.W.T., 
Nicholas F. Davin ; Victoria, B. C., R. P. Rithct ; 
Vice-Consuls, Ottawa, 0., Frederic G. Bos well ; Tor 
onto, 0., Lt.-Col. Geo. A. Shaw; Hamilton, 0., Adam 
Brown ; Kingston, 0., George Richardson ; Quebec, Q., 
Vacant ; Belleville, 0., Alexander Robertson, M. P. ; 
Brockville, 0., Lt.-Col. J. D. Bnell ; Peterborough, 0., 
Henry H. Smith, Q.C. ; Rimouski, Q. J Norbert Pou- 
Hot, Q.C. ; Fredericton, N.B., James S. Beek ; Yar 
mouth, N.S., E. F. Clements ; Prince Albert, N.W.T., 
Charles Mair. 

ITALY. Consul-General, Montreal, A. M. Gianelli. Vice- 
Consul, Toronto, Enrico Bendelari, 50 Frout St. East. 
Consul, Halifax, W. H. Hart. 

LIBERIA, REPUBLIC OF Consul-General, Ottawa, C. E. 
Anderson ; Consul, Montreal, Frederick Stancliffe. 

NETHERLANDS. Consul-General, Toronto, B. H. Dixon, 
K.N.L. Vice-Consuls, Quebec, C. Johnson; Halifax, 
N.S., James G. Foster ; St. John, N.B , Major J. Mac- 
gregor Grant ; Montreal, Stephen B. Heward. 

PERU. Consul, Montreal, Geo. B. Day. Vice-Consuls, 
Montreal, F C. Henshaw ; Quebec, John Laird ; Chiccu- 
tirni, Hon. D. E. Price ; St. John, N.B. J. H. Scammell. 

PORTUGAL. Consul, Halifax, Thomas Abbott; Vice- 
Consuls, Halifax, John Henry Abbott ; Bridgewater, 
Charles Henry Davison. 

UNITED STATUS OF AMERICA. Consul-General, Montreal, \ 
Seargent P. Stearns. Vice and Dep. Consul-General, j 
Montreal, Bernard Courlaender, jr. Consuls, Clifton, i 
F. Hazelton ; Fort Erie, La Rue Peck ; Hamilton, J. 
Jas. Low ; Kingston, M. H. Twitchell ; Prescott, H. L. ; 
L. Slaight; Belleville, F. W. Prince; Port Sarnia, S. | 
D. Pace ; Toronto, Walter E. Howard ; Guelph, i 
Harry P. Dill. Vice-Consul, Toronto, Chas. A. Hirseh- | 
felder Contsuls, Coaticook, John G. Crawford; Quebec, \ 
John N. Wasson; Sherbrooke, Q., Benj. S. Parker; i 
St. Johns, Q.,8. P. Hubbell ; Winnipeg, M., J. W. 
Ta\lor: Victoria, B.C., Robt. J. Stevens; Gaspe \ 
Basin, Geo. H. Holt. Halifax, N.S. Consul-Gene- j 
rat, Wakefielcl G. Frye. Vice-Consul-General, James 
F. Phelan. Deputy Consul-General, Robie G. Frye. 
Consular Agents, Barrington, N.S., Gabriel Robertson; 
Bridgewater, N.S., Win. H. Owen ; Liverpool, N.S., 
Jas. W. 8. Marshall ; Shelburne, N.S., W. W. White. 
Windsor, N.S., District Consul, Wind$oT,T!f.S., Daniel 
K, Hobart. Vice and Deputy-Consul, Chas. E. Hobart 
Consular Agents, Annapolis, Jacob M. Owen ; Cornwal- 
lis, Ebenezer Rand ; Digby, Wm. B. Stewart ; Kempt, 
Fred. A. Hobart ; Parrsboro . Jonathan Stickney ; 



Port Joggins, Wm. Moffat ; Walton, Alex. McW. 
Parker; Wolfoitte, John W. Hamilton; Yarmouth, 
Joseph R. Kinny. Pictou, N.S., District. Consul, 
Pictou, Edmund Johnson. Vice-Consul, John R. 
Noonan. Consular Agents, Cape Canso, Thomas C. 
Cook ; Cow Bai/, Charles Archibald ; Glace Bay, Cape 
Breton, David McKeen ; Guysborough, E. H. Franch- 
ville ; Lingan, Cape Breton, Fred. E. Leaver ; Louis- 
burg, Cape Breton, W. H. McAlpine ; North Sidney, 
Cape Breton, Wm. Purves ; Port Hastings, Cape Breton, 
Jas. G. McKeen ; Port Sidney, Cape Breton Fred E 
Leaver. St. John, N.B., District. Cons id, Si. John, 
Darius B. Warner. Vice and Deputy-Consul, Ezra W. 
Gale. Consular Agents, Fredericton, Spafford Barker- 
Grand Manan, Joseph Lakeman ; McAdam Junction,. 
Chas. F.. Hob3ii; 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, Willard B. King. 
Commercial Agent, Woulstock,N.B., Walter T. Towns- 
hend. Vice-Commercial Agent, Woodstock, N.B., Robt. 

B. Sloat. Prince Edward Island. Consul, Charlotte- 
town, Warren A. Worden. Vice-Consul, Charlottetown r 
Fred. W. Hyndman. Consular Agents, Cascumpec, 
George Rowland ; Georgetown, A. A. McDonald ; Sum- 
merside, Pairley McNeill ; Sottris, Caleb C. Carleton 
Consul, St. Johns, iV/W., Thos. W. Molloy. Consular 
Agent, Harbour Grace. Nfld., P. Devereux. Commer 
cial Agent, St. Pierre, Miquelon, John P. Frecker, 
Consuls, Amhertsburg, Ont., Josiah Turner ; Windsor r 
Chas. Ewars ; Three Rivers, Q., J. M. Wilson. 

URUGUAY. Consul for British North America, Montreal, 

F. W. Henshaw. Vice-Consuls, Montreal, K. C. Hen 
shaw; Sydney, C.B., H. H. Archibald; Pictou. N.S., 
Chas. W. Ives ; Bristol, S. C. Tupper ; St. Mary s Bay, 

C. E. Everett ; Annapolis, T. A. Gavaza ; Quebec, C 
P. Champion; Three Rivers, J. McDougall; St. John, 
N.B., A. D. Goodwin ; Ottawa, C. E. Anderson ; 
Peterborough, Ont., Arthur White ; Halifax, H. W. C. 
Boak. Consul for Uruguay, Quebec, J. Maguire. 

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. Longard. Vice-Con 
suls, Quebec, S. Suarez; Montreal, Q , J. L. Leprohon ; 
Gaspe., Q., N. E. Roy ; North Sidney, W. Purves ; St. 
John, N.B., H. Jack; St. John s, Nfld., A. Singala; 
St. Pierre et Miquelon, F. J. Mazier ; Belize, British 
Honduras J. Meana ; Georgetown, British Guiana, E. 
M. Wight. Consular Agents, Three Rivers, Q., G. Bal- 
cer ; Magdalen Ixlands, J. Fontana; Annapolis, N.S., 
J M. Owen ; Little Glace Bay, C. H. Rigby ; Liver 
pool, Robie S. Stearns ; Lunenburg, Daniel Owen ; 
Pictou, Howard Primrose ; Yarmouth, John W. 
Moody ; Chatham, Miramichi, G. B. Fraser ; St. 
George, S. Johnson ; St. Stephen, D. Brown ; Burin, 
Nfld., F. Berteau ; Togo, H. Findlater; Gaultois, E. 
C. Gallop ; Harbor Breton, P. Hubert; Harbor Grace, 
R. S. Murm ; Little Harbor, J. C. Le SceUeur ; Rose 
Blanche, P. Sorsoleil ; Trinity, Q. H. Cole ; Twillin- 
gute, W. Lethbridge. 

SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Consuls, Quebec, W. A. Schwartz; 
Victoria, B.C.,R. Ward. Vice-Consuls, Ottawa, R. C. 
W. MaeCuaig, Hamilton, S. E. Gregory; Toronto, 3. S- 
McMtlrray; Montreal, J. F. Wulff; Three Rivers, G. 
Balcer ; River Ouelle, Ach. Fraser ; Chicoutimi, J. 

G. Scott ; Tadousai, J. Radford ; Sault. au Cochon, G. 
W. Forrest ; Bersimis, T. Girouard ; Trois Pistoles, N. 
Tetu ; Rimouski, G. Sylvain ; Matan, A. Fraser ; 
Metis, David Blair; St. Anne des Monts, T. J. Lamon- 
tagne ; Gaspe, F. G. Eden; Dalhousie, G. Haddow; Bath- 
urst, John Sievewright ; Caruquette, J. J. Vibert ;. 
Miramichi, R. Hutchison ; Richibucto, R. Hutchinson ;. 
Batouche, J. C. Ross ; Shediac, I. Inglis ; St. John, W. 
Thomson ; St. George, H. Ludgate ; St. John s, Nfld. , 
R. H. Prowse ; Cascumipec, G. W. Howlau ; Pugwash, 
A. A. Stevens ; Pictou, J. R. Davies ; Yarmouth, J. 
W. Moody ; Sydney and North Sydney^, J. E. Burchell; 
Quebec, E. H. J. Schwartz ; Escoumain, J. Topping ; 
Campbelltown, N.B., J. McAlister ; Halifax, N.S., J. 
H. Mathers; Liscomb, N.S.. S. Creighton; Parrsboro , 
N.S., A. S. Townshend; Winnipeg, J. A. Green; St. 
Margaret s Bay, N.S., C. R. Hill ; Sheet Harbour, 
N.S., F. MacMillan; Bridgewater, N.S., F. B, Wade ^ 
St. Stephen, N.B., J. Mitchell. 



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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO. Visitor, His Honour the 
Hon. J. B. R6binson, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. 
Members of the Senate 1883-8& Ex-officio : Hon. Edward 
Biake, M. A., Q.C., Chancellor ; William Mulock, M.A., 
Vice-Chancellor ; Daniel Wilson. LL. D., President of 
University College ; Charles Moss, Q. C., Representa 
tive of the Law Society of Ontario ; J. M. Buchan, M. A., 
Principal of Upper Canada College; U. Ogden, M. D., 
Representative of the Toronto School of Medicine ; John 
Fulton, M.B., Representative of the Trinity Medical 
School; Rev. N. Wolverton, B.A., Representative of the 
Woodstock College, Woodstock; 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., and John Millar, M.A , 
Representatives of High School Masters, Ontario ; 
Hon. Joseph C. Morrison, Ex-Chancellor; Rev. 
John McCaul, LL. D., John Langton. M. A. Hon. 
James Patton, LL. D.. Q. C., Hon. Adam Crooks, 
LL.D., Q.C., M.P.P., Larratt W. Smith, D.C.L., Ex- 
Vice-Chancellors ; 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. H. Coyne, B.A. ; R. E. Kingsford, M. A., LL.B. ; John 
King, M.A. ; L. McFarlane, M.B. ; W. A. Foster, LL.B. ; 
T. B.McQuesten, M.A. ; W. G. Falconbridge, II. A., John 
Galbraith, M.A., C.E. ; W. Oldright. M.A., M.D. ; W. 
Houston, M.A. Nominated by His Honor the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor : Hon. Win. McMaster, Hon. J. A. Boyd, 
Hon.M. C. Cameron, D. A. O SulIivan,M.A.,LL.B ; C. S. 
Gzowski, C. E. ; John Macdonald, Rev. J. Maodonnell, 
B. D. ; Rev. Principal Caven, D. D. ; Hon. C. S. Patterson. 
Alfred Baker, M.A., Registrar. Win. H, Vandersmissen, 
M.A., Librarian. J. E. Berkeley Smith, Esq,, Bursar. 
Scholarships offered at Examination of University. 
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, !i 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,! in English, French, German, and History, 
4 for General Proficiency in all the subjects appointed 
for Junior Matriculants ; 1 in Classics and Mathematics 
(Prince of Wales Scholarship). At the Senior Matricu 
lation Examination, 1 Classics, I Mathematics, 1 for 
General Proficiency in all the subjects appointed for 
Senior Matriculants ; at the Examination for the First 
Year, 2 in Classics, 2 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 the Examination for the Third Year, 2 in Classics, 2 in 
Mathematics, 1 in Natural Sciences, 1 in Modern Lan 
guages, 1 in Mental and Moral Science, 1 in Historv, 
Civil Polity, &c. (Blake Scholarship.) 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Visitor, His Honour the Hon. 
J. B. Robinson, Lieut.-Gov. of Ontario. President, 
Daniel Wilson, LL.D. Professors: History and English 
Literature, D. Wilson, LL.D. ; Theory and Practice of 
Agriculture, G. Buckland, Esq.; Mineralogy and Geology, 
E. J. Chapman, Ph. D., LL D. ; Metaphysics and Ethics, 
Rev. G. P. Young, MA. ; Mathematics and Physics, Jas. 
Loudon, MA. ; Biology, R. R. Wright, M.A., B. Sc. ; 
Chemistry, W. H. Pike, M.A., Ph.D. ; Classical Litera 
ture, Maurice Hutton, B A. ; Mathematical Tutor and 
Dean, Alfred Baker, M.A. ; Lecturer on Oriental Litera 
ture, J. M. Herschfelder, Esq. ; Lecturer on German, 
W. H. Vandersmissen, M.A. ; Lecturer on French, 
John Sequair, B.A. : Lecturer on Italian, D. R. Keys, 
B.A, M.A, M.D. ; Classical Tutor, W. Dale, M.A. 
Demonstrator in Physics, W. J. Loudon, B.A. ; Re<ns- 
trar, W. Dale, M.A. 



Bursar s Department of the University, University Col 
lege and Upper Canada College. J. E." Berkeley Smith, 
Bursar ; George A. Stimson, Clerk. Office on U. C. Col 
lege Grounds, corner of Simcoe and Adelaide Streets. 



UNIVERSITY OF TRINITY COLLEGE, TORONTO. Incor 
porated 1851. ; obtained Royal Charter, 1852. Visitors :. 
The Right Reverend the Lord Bishops of Ontario, Huron 
Niagara, Toronto, Algoma. Trustees: Hon. G. W. 
Allan, D.C.L., Lewis Moffatt, and R. H. Bethune.. 
Bursar and Secretary, W. P. Atkinson, M.A. Chancellor 
The Hon. G. W. Allan, D.C.L. Vice-Chancellor, The 
Rev, the Provost of Trinity College. Registrar The 
Rev. Professor Jones. Provost of Trinty College Rev 
C. W. E. Boddy, M.A., D.C.L. Dean, Rev. William 
Jones, M.A. Lecturers in Divinity : First Professor 
The Provost ; Second Professor, Rev. G. A. S. Schneider^ 
M.A. ; Lecturer in Apologetics and Pastoral Theology^ 
Rev. W. Clark, M.A. ; Lecturer in Homiletics, Rev. J.. 
Lewis. Lecturers in Arts : Professor of Mathematics. 
The Dean ; Professor of Classics, Rev. Algernon Boys, 
M.A. ; Professor of Mental and Moral Philosopy, Rev., 
W. Clark, M.A. ; Lecturer in History, Rev. W. Clark,. 
M.A. ; Lecturer in Oriental Languages, The Provost ; 
Lecturer in Physical Science, T. H. Smyth, M.A., B.Sc. ;. 
Lecturer if Modern Languages, J. C. Dunlop ; Lecturer 
in Elocution, Rev. H. G. Parker 

UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA COLLEGE, Co-BovRO.Facultt, 
of Arts; Rev. S S. Nelles, D.D., LL.D., President, 
Prof, of Logic, Ethics, and the Evidences of Religion : 
J. Wilson, M.A., LL.D., Prof, of Latin and Greek 
Languages ; E. Haanel, Ph.D., Prof, of Natural Sciences 
aud Chemistry; Rev. N. Burwash, S.T.D., Dean of 
Theological Faculty ; Rev. A. H. Reynar, B.A., Prof 
of Modern Languages and English Literature ; A. Bain. 
M.A., Prof, of Mathematics; A. J. Bell, B.A., Adjunct 
Prof.: A. P. Coleman, Ph.D., Pi of. Natural History; 
Rev. E. J. Badgley, LL.D., Prof, of Mental Philosophy 
and Adjunct Prof, in Theology. Faculty of Law : J. li 
Duroble, LL.B., W. Kerr, M. A., Dean of Faculty of Law, 
and D. M. Britton, B.A , Examiners. Faculty of Medi 
cine, Montreal Branch: E. U. Tru<lel, M.D,, Dean of 
Faculty, Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Chil 
dren ; P. Beaubien, M.D., Theory and Practice of 
Medicine; Pierre Munro, M.D., Surgery; H. Peltier, 
M.D., Institutes of Medicine ; J. G. Ribaud, M.D. (Sec 
retary and Treasurer), Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgi 
cal ; Thomas D Orsennens, Chemistry and Pharmacy ; 
J. Emery-Coderre, M. D., Materia Medica and Therapeu 
tics; J. T. Rottot, M.D., Medical Jurisprudence and 
Natural History ; Dr. Munro, Clinical Surgery ; Dr. 
Beaubien, Clinical Medicine ; A. Brousseau, M.D., De 
monstrator of Anatomy and Curator of Museum. 

QUEEN S UNIVERSITY, KINGSTON. Session begins an 
nually on first Wednesday of October, and closes on last 
Wednesday of April. Chancellor, Sanfoid Flemiii"- 
C.E., C.M.G., Halifax, N.S. J. B. Mclver, Kingston, 
Secretary and Treasurer. College Senate: Very Rev. 
George M. Grant, D.D., Vice-Chaucellor, 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., D.D., Professor of Hebrew! 
Ghaldee and Old Testament Exegesis ; Rev. Donald Ross, 
M.A. ,B.D., Professor of Apologetics and New Testament 
Criticism ; John Fletcher, B.A., Oxon., Professor of 
Classical Literature; Nathan F. Dupuis, M.A., F.B.S... 
Julin., Professor of Mathematics ; Rev. Geo. D. Fergusonj 
B.A., Professor of History and English Literature ; J.. 
Watson, LL. U., Professor of Logic, Metaphysics andi 
Ethics ; Rev. James Carmichael (King), Lecturer on 
Church History; W. L. Goodwin, D.Sc., F.C.S., Pro 
fessor of Chemistry ; David H. Marshall, M.A., Edin., 
F.R.S.C., 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 Natural Science ; Rev. H. G. Parker, Lecturer on 
Elocution; Rev. Robt. Campbell, M.A., D.Sc., Lecturer 
on Political Economy ; Rev. George Bell, LL.D., Regis 
trar and Librarian; Rev. James Fowler, M.A., Curator 
of the Museum ; Professor Williamson, Director of 
Observatory ; Professor Dupuis, Observer. 



UNIVERSITY OF McGiLL COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Visit"/-, 
His Excellency the Governor-General of Canada. Gover 
nors Hon. James Ferner, Senator, M L.C., President 
and Chancellor ; Peter Redpath, John H. R Molsoa 

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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., Wm. C. McDonald, 
Hugh McLennan, George Hague, Hon. Donald A. Smith. 
Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Sir John W. Dawson, 
M.A., LL.D., F. R.S., C.M.G. Secretary, Registrar and 
Bursar, W. Craig Baynes, B.A. (Trin. Col., Cam.). James 
W. Brakenridge, B.C.L., Clerk. Faculty of Arts: Sir 
John W. Dawson, M.A.,LL.D.,F.R.S.,C.M.G., Principal, 
Logan Professor of Geology and Professor of Natural 
History; Ven. 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 of 
Arts ; Charles F. A. Markgraf, M. A., Professor of German 
Language and Literature; Alexander Johnson, M.A., 
LL. D. (Trin. Col., Dublin), Professor f Mathematics and 
Redpath Professor of Natural Philosophy, Vice-Dean 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 
guage and Literature ; Rev. J. Clark Mujjay, LL.D. 
(Glasgow), Professor of Logic and John Frothingham 
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy ; Bernard J. 
Harrington. B.A. , Ph.D., David J. Greenshields Pro 
fessor of Chemistry and Mineralogy, and Lecturer in 
Assaying and Mining ; Charles E. Moyse, B.A. (London), 
Molson 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., Professor of Botany; John Andrew, 
Instructor in Elocution ; Fred. S. Barnjnm, Instructor 
in Gymnastics ; M. Williams Taylor, Assistant Librarian. 
Facility of Applied Science: Heury T. Bovey, M.A., 
A.M.I. C.E., M. I.M.E., Fellow Queen s College, Cam 
bridge, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science, Pro 
fessor of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics ; C. 
H. McLeod, Ma.E., Professor of Descriptive Geometry 
and Superintendent of Meteorological Observatory ; G. 
H. Chandler.M. A. .Lecturer in Mathematics and Assistant 
Observer. Professors, Girdvvood and Harrington. Asso 
ciate Professors, Dawson, Markgraf, Johnson, Darey and 
JVIoyse. Faculty of Law : Hon. Wm. Badgley, D.C.L. , 
Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Law ; Hon. R. G. 
Laflamme, Q.C., D.C.L., Emeritus Professor in the 
Faculty of Law ; Wm. H. Kerr, Q.C., D.C.L.,Dean of the 
Faculty of Law, Professor of International Law; N. 
W. Trenholme, M.A., B.C.L., Professor of Roman Law ; 
Hon. J. S. C. Wnrtele, Q.C., D C.L., Emeritus Professor 
in the Faculty of Law ; Hon. H. F. Rainville, LL D. 
(Laval), Prof ess or of Real Estate Law ; John S. Archibald, 
M.A., B.C.L , Professor of Criminal and Constitutional 
Law; Edmond Lareau, B.C.L., Professor of Legal His 
tory ; Matthew Hutchinson, B.C.L. , Associate Professor 
of Civil Procedure; J. Emery Robidoux, B.C.L., Asso 
ciate Professor of Real Estate Law ; Leonidas Heber 
Davidson, M.A., B.C.L., D.C.L. (Bishop s Col.), Pro 
fessor of Commercial Law ; Lewis A. Hart, M.A., B.C.L., 
Lecturer on the Theory and Practice of Notarial Deeds 
and Proceedings ; Registrar of the Faculty, J. S. Archi- 
bald, 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., Mathema 
tical Master ; John Martland, M.A.. Second Classical 

Master and Resident Master in College Boarding House ; 
W. H. Fraser, B.A., French and German Master; G. B. 
Sparling, M.A., Assistant Mathematical Master, and As 
sistant Master in College Boarding House ; W. Jackson, 
Assistant English Master and Resident Assistant Master 
in College Boarding House; A. Y. Scott, B.A., and G. 
Gordon, B A. , Junior Assistant English Masters and 
Resident Assistant Masters in College Boarding 
House; H. Brock, Junior Assistant English Mas- 
iter ; A. Y. Scott, Lecturer in Chemistry ; A. Steven 
son, B. A., Writing Master; R. J. Baignet, Draw 
ling 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. Berkeley Smith, Esq. 

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WYCLIFFE COLLEGE THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 
DIVINITY SCHOOL, TORONTO. (Incorporated under 37 
Vic., Cap. 34.) Visitors: The Right Rev. the Lord 
Bishop of Toronto, The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Saskatchewan, The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Al- 
goma; The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron. 
Trustees: Hon. H. S. Blake, B.A., Q.C., Hon. E. Blake, 
M.A., Q.C., Ven. Archdeacon Boddy, M.A., Rev. H. G. 
Baldwin, M.A., Robert Baldwin, Esq., F. A. Ball, Esq., 
His Honour Judge Benson, His Honour Judge Boyd, A. 
H. Campbell, Esq., Lieut.-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. Farrel, Clarke Gamble, Esq., Q.C., F. W. 
Glen, Esq., Rev. R. W. E Greene, Lieut.-Col. J. H. 
Grierson, G. Gillespie, Esq.,J. Gillespie, Esq., R. T. 
Gooderham, Esq., Hon. Mr. Justice Gwynne, 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. Howland, Esq., Rev. Septimus Jones, M.A., J. K. 
Kerr, Esq., Q.C., Sheriff Jarvis, 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. Ramsford, B.A., Rev. 
A. Sanson. T. Sutherland Stayner, Esq., Rev. J. P. 
Sheraton, D.D., His Honor Judge Scott, Kivas Tully, 
Esq., C.E., S. Trees, Esq., President Daniel Wilson, 
LL.D., F. Wyld, Esq. Council: Col. Gwowski, A.D.C , 
Chairman, Ven. Archdeacon Boddy, M. A., Rev. T. C. 
DesBarres, M.A. , Rev. Septimus Jones, M.A., Rev. 
Oanou 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 Ben 
son, His Honor Judge Boyd, A. H. Campbell, Esq., 
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. 
Howland, Esq., N. \V. Hoyles, Esq., B.A., Sheriff Jarvis, 
J. K. Kerr, Esq., Q C., II. O Brien, Esq., President 
Daniel Wilson, LL.D., Secretary, N. W. Hoyles, Esq., 
B.A. ; Treasurer, W. H. Howland, Esq. Faculty: 
Principal, Rev. J. P. Sheraton, D. D. ; Old and New 
Testament Exegesis, the Principal ; Homiletics and 
Pastoral Theology, Ven. Archdeacon Boddy, M.A.; 
Apologetics, Rev. Septimus Jones, M.A. ; Ecclesiastical 
History and Polity, Rev. G. M. Wrong, B.A.; Dogmatic 
Theology, the Principal ; Oriental Languages, J. M. 
Hirscht elder, Esq ; Elocution, Richard Lewis, Esq. ; 
Greek and Latin Patristics, Hugh H. Langton, Esq., 
B.A. 

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, TORONTO.- -The School was 
founded in 107. Archibald MacMurehy, M. A., Rector. 
Masters and Teachers Archibald MacMurehy, M. A., 
Mathematics; W. G. Crawford, B.A. , Classics ; Fred F. 
Manlwy, M.A., Mathematics and English ; Mr. Samuel 
Hughes, English; G. E. Shaw, B.A., French, German, 
and Latin ; Geo. Atcheson, B A., Natural Sciences, Latin 
and English; Peter McEachren, Esq., English and 
Arithmetic ; Wilbur Grant, English and Mathematics ; 
Miss C. Emily Thompson and Miss Helen MacMurehy, 
English; Miss Janie Thompson, English in Girl s 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 COLLEGU 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. 8. 
Bethune, M.A , Rev. J. G. Geddes, D C L , C. J Camp 
bell, Rev. J Pearson. John R Cartwright, B A., Rev. H. 
Wilson, D.D., A T. H. Williams, M.P. Head Master- 
Rev. C. J. S. Bethune. M.A , L) C.L. Assistant Masters- 
Rev. W. E. Cooper, M.A., J, R. Montizambert, B.A., P. 
Perry M.A Rev. R. T. Nichol. B A., Rev. Jas. Simpson, 
M.A., E. L. Curry, B.A., F. W. Tyler, B.A., C. Brent, 
B.A. Music Mrs. Read. Matron Mis. H. Rowe. 
Housekeeper Miss Browne. The School year is divided 
into three Terms, viz. : Michaelmas Term, from Septem 
ber 13th to December 21st ; Lent Term, from January 
10th to April 7th; Trinity Term, from April 21st to 
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ASSUMPTION COLLEGE, SANDWICH, ONT. Superior, 
Rev. Dennis O Connor. Directors: Rev. C. Faure and 
Rev. J. J. Aboulin. Director of Studies: Rev. D. Cushin. 
Professors: Dogmatic Theology, Rev. J. Aboulin; Moral 
Theology, Rev. M. Ferguson ; Mental Philosophy, Rev. 
D. O Connor ; Natural Philosophy and Chemistry, Rev. 

D. Cushin ; First Classical, Rev. R. MeBrady ; Second 
Classical, Rev. M. J. Ferguson ; Third Classical, Rev. M, 
Mungovan; Fourth Classical, F. Kennedy; Fifth Classical. 
J. Halley ; First Commercial, J. Collins ; Second Com 
mercial, Rev. F. Semende ; Third Commercial, Rev. A. 
J. Cote; Elementary, J. Duffy; Mathematics, Rev. D. 
Cushin ; French, Rev. Mazenod ; German, J. Tschirhart; 
Instrumental Music, E. Girardot ; Voeal Music, A. J. 
Cote ; Masters of Studies Senior Department, Rev. P. 
O Donohoe ; Junior Department, J. E. Courtois. 

KNOX COLLEGE. Board of Management : W. Morti 
mer Clark, Esq.. Chairman. The Board consists of 35 
members. Senate : Rev. Principal Cavan, D.D., Chair 
man ; the Professors and Lecturers in the College, Rev. 
W. Reid, D.D., Rev. J. Laing, D.D., Rev. Messrs. H. M. 
Parsons, D. J. Macdonuell, S. Lyle, J. M. Cameron, P. 
McF. McLeod, Rev. R. P. McKay, M.A., Rev. G. M. 
Milligau, M.A., Rev. J. Carmichael, (King); Messrs. T. 
Kirkland, M.A., A. MacMurchy, M.A., W. M. Clark. 
Board of Examiners : Rev. J. Laing, D.D., Chairman; 
the members of Senate. Kev. T. Wardrope, D.D., Rev. 

E. D. McLaren, B.D., Rev. F. R. Beattie, Ph.D., Rev. 
P. Wright B.A.. Rev. R. Torrance, Rev. J Gray, M.A., 
Rev. D. C. Mclntyre, Rev. R. P. McKay, M.A., Rev. W. 
G. Wallace, B.D., George Dickson, M.A. Faculty of 
Instruction: Rev. Principal Cavan, D.D., Exegetics and 
Biblical Criticism; Rev. W. Gregg, D.D., Apologetics 
and Church History; Rev. W. MaeLaren, D.D., Pro 
fessor Of Systematic Theology ; Rev. J. J. A. Proudfoot, 
D. L)., Lecturer in Homiletics, Pastoral Theology and 
Church Government. Hebrew is taught by Professor 
Hirschfelder in University College. Elocution is taught 
by Professor J. W. Taverner, R. Lewis, Esq., and Pro 
fessor Neff, of Philadelphia. J. C. Smith, B.A., and W. 
Farqtiharson, B.A. , are Classical Tutors. Secretary of 
Senate and Board, Rev. W. Reid, D. D. College Steward, 
Mr. James Fullerton. The College opens annually on 
the first Wednesday in October, and closes on the first 
Wednesdey in April. Students entering its Theol 
Course must have graduated in Arts, or have tinisiied 
three years of an approved Literary Course. The Col- 

is under the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church in Canada. 

CONGREGATIONAL COLS.ROK OF B. N. AMERICA. MON 
TREAL, affiliated with the M -Ciill University. CA. i< 
Mr. George Hague ; Treasurer, Mr. R. G. Jamieson ; 
Secretary, Rev. G. Cornish, M.A, LL D. Directors: 
Revs. Dr. Wilkes, Dr. Stevenson. W. H. Allworth, S. N. 
Jackson, M.D., R. K. Black, J. W. Cox, B.A., John 
Wood, D. McGregor, M.A., John Burton, B.D., E. M. 
Hill, M.A., Messrs. C. Alexander, Henry Lyiuan, C. R. 
Black, J. 8. McLachlan, R. Anderson, Robert McLrtch- 
lan, J. R. Dougall, C. Cushing, H. W. Walker, \Villiam 
Reid, John Porteous, B. W. Robertson, D. Higgins, A. 
Alexander. Theological Course: three sessions com 
mencing in September. Full Course (with Uuder-gradu- 
ate Course at McGill College) five sessions. Principal, 
Rev. J. F. Stevenson, D.D., LL.B. Professors, Rev. Dr. 
Wilkes, Systematic Theology and Old Testament Intro 
duction ; Rev. G. Cornish, LL. D., Greek Testament 
Exegesis; Rev. J. V. Stevenson, D. D., LL.B., New 
Testament Criticism, Homiletics, Pastoral Tueology and 
Historical Theology. Lecturers : Rev. S. N. Jackson, 
M.D., The History, Polity and Administration of Con 
gregationalism ; Rev. John Burton, B.Lt, Apologetics; 
Rev. Wm. Wetherald, Practical Theology ; Rev. E. M. 
Hill, M.A., Elementary Greek; Librarian: Rev. E. M. 
Hill. 

LAVAL UNIVKRSITY Chancellor Apostolic and Visitor, 
Most Rev. E. A. Taschereau. Rector, Very Rev. T. E. 
Hamel. Secretary and Moderator, Rev. P. Roussel. 
Librarian, Rev. Edmond Marcoux. Faculty of Theology : 
Dean, Rev. B. Paquet, D. D. ; Professors, Rev. B. Pa- 
quet, D.D., of Moral Theology; Rev. L. Paquet, D. D., 
of Dogmatic Theology; Rev. L. N. Begin, D.D., of Sac.ivd 
History; Rev. M. E. Methot, D.D., A.M of Holy Srip- 
ture ; Rev. P. Roussel, D.D., of Moral Theology ; Rev. 
T. Labrecque, D.D., of Moral Theology; Rev. A. Le- 
mieux, D.D., of Dogmatic Theology; Rev. H. Gouiu, 



D.D., of Dogmatic Theology ; Rev. P. O Ryan, D.D., 01 
Dogmatic Theology ; Rev. Joseph Feuiltault, D. Cn. L. r 
of Canon Law ; Secretary, Rev. Ls. Adolphe Paquet, 
D.D. 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 Procedure; Hon. N. Cassault, 
LL.D., of Commercial aud Maritime Law ; E. J. Flynii, 
LL.D., of Roman Law; T. C. Casgrain, LL.D., of Cri 
minal Law ; Hon. A. B. Rouahier, of International Law - 
Secretary, T. C. Casgrain ; Aggregate, A. Pouliot. Fa 
culty of Medicine: Dean, A. Jackson, M.D. ; Professors, 
Charles Verge, M.D., of Internal Pathology; L. Catel- 
lier, M.D., of External Pathology and Surgery ; A Jack 
son, M.D., of Midwifery ; C. E. Leinieux, M.D., of 
Anatomy ; A. Vallee, of Medical Jurisprudence and 
Diseases of Children, Hygiene, Toxicology and Anatomi 
cal Microscopy ; Joseph C. Tache, M.D., of Physiology ;. 
L. J. A. Simard, of General Pathology and Diseases of 
the Eyes and Ears ; P. Wells. M.D., of Materia Medica ;. 
M. Aheni, M. D. , of Practical Anatomy and Clinical. 
Lectures on Diseases of Old Persons ; E. Turcot, M.D.^ 
of Histology ; M. Brochu, M.D., of Hygiene. Secretary,? 

A. Vallee. Faculty of Arts : Dean, Rev. >[. E. Methot, 
M.A. ; Professors, Rev. T. Hamel, M.A, of Natural 
Philosophy ; Rev. M. E. Methot, M.A., of French Lit 
erature ; Rev. L. Beaudet, of Grecian Literature ; Rev. 

B. Paquet, A.B., D.D., of Natural Law ; Rev. L. Paquet, 
A.B., D.D., of Dogmatic Theology in connection with 
Laity ; L. J. Simard, M.D., of Zoology and Comparative 
Anatomy and Physiology ; Hon. C. F. S. Langlier, LL.D., 
of Political Economy; Rev. L. N. Begin, A.B., D.D., of 
of Ecclesiastical History ; Rev. E. Marcoux, of Mathe- 

and Astronomy; Rev. O. Mathieti, A.M., D.D. r 
of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy ; Rev. C. Laflamme, 
A.M., D.D., of Mineralogy, Geology and Botany ; Secre 
tary, Rev. L. Beaudet, A.M. ; Honorary Professor, T. S. 
Hunt. F.RS. Conductors of the Museum, A. Rheaume 
aud C. Dionne. 

PRESBYTERIAN. COLLEGE, MONTREAL. Rev. D. H. 
Ma Vicar, D.D., LL.D., Principal aud Professor of Sys 
tematic Theology, Homiletics and Church Government :. 
Rev. John Campbell, M.A., Pruiessor of Church His 
tory aud Apologetics; Kev. John Scrimger, M. A. , Pro 
fessor of Old and New Testament Exegetics ; Rev. D. 
Coussirat, M.A., B.U., French Professor of Theology:, 
Rev. D. Coussirut. M. A., B.D., Lecturer on Oriental 
Languages (in McGill College) ; Rev. W. J. Dey, M.A., 
Dean of Residence and Classical and Mathematical Lec 
turer; A. C. Hutchinson, R.O.A., Lecturer in Ecclesi 
astical Architecture; Rev. A. B. MacKay, Lecturer in. 
Sacred Rhetoric; Rev. X. MacXish, B.D., LL.D., Lec 
turer in Celtic Literature. 

UNIVERSITY OF BISHOP S COLLEGE, LENNOXVILLE. 
Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1853. President of the 
Corporation and VUitnr, Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Quebec, D.D. Vice- President of the Corptir 
VUitor. Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Montreal, D.C.L. 
Chancellor, R. W. . Heneker, D.C.L. Vice-Chancellor,. 
Rev. Canon Norman, D.C.L. Trustees . R. W. Heneker.. 
D.C.L. (Chairman), G. F. Boweii, A. F. Gault, J. S. 
Hall, R. Hamilton, E. P. Hannaford, Hon. H. G. Joly,. 
M.P.P., Colonel Kippeii, Rev. R. Lindsay, G. Macrae, 
Q.C., Lieut.-Colonel Morris, L. E. Morris, Rev. Canon 
Robinson, Walter Shanly, F. Wolferstan Thomas. Col 
lege Council: Rev. Principal Lobley, D.C.L. (Chairman), 
Hon. Mr. Justice Brooks, D.C.L., E Chapman, Rev.. 
Canon Davidson, L. H. Davidson, Q.C., Rev. J. Foster, 
Rev. C. Hamilton, Hon. G. Irvine, D.C.L., Rev. T. 
Mussen, Rev. Canon Norman, D.C.L. Hou. Mr. Justice 
Ramsay, D.C.L., Rev. C. P. Reid, D.C.L., Rev. P. C. 
Reed, Rev. H. Roe, D.D., Rev. A. C. Scarth, T. White, 
M.P. Officers of the Corporation: Secretary, Edward 
Chapman; Auditors, R. W. Heneker, D.C.L, and Col. 
Kippen ; Attorney, B. T. Morris. Officers of the College - 
Rev. J. A. Loble\,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. 
Scarth, M.A., Professor of Ecclesiastical History; Rov. 
P. C. Read, M.A., 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 Medicine : F. W. 
Campbell, M. A., M.D,, Dean, Professor of Principles and 
Practice of Medicine; J. C. Cameron, M.D., Registrar 
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D.C.L., Emeritus Professor of Practical Chemistry ; R. 

A. Kennedy, M.A., M. D., Emeritus Professor of Obste 
trics, &c. ; J. Perrigo, A.M., M.D., Professor of Surgery ; 
J. B. McConnell, M..4., M.D., Professor of Materia 
Mediea, &c. ; G. Armstrong, M.D., Proiessor of Physio 
logy ; C. A. Wood, M.D., Professor of Pathology; J. 
Simpson, M. D., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence ; A. 
L. Smith, B.A., M.D., Professor of Botany; D. D. 

Gaherty.M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; J.T. Donald, M.A., 
Professor of Chemistry, &c. faculty of Law : R. N. Hall, 
Q.C., LL.D., Dean and Professor of Civil Law; L. E. 
Morris, LL.M., Professor of Procedure; B. 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. Senate Rev. S. D. Rice, D.D.,or 
Rev. Albert Carman, D.D., President; Rev. Jabez R. 
Jaques, D.D., Ph.D., Vice-President ; Rev. Prof. Wm. 
P. Dyer, M.A., Registrar; John MaeoUn, M.A., F.L.S., 
James T. Bell, Esq., J. A. Stanistreet, T. F. Holgate, 
B. A., G. A. Swaze, F. Richardson, T. O. Bolger, Esq., 
P L.S., Rev. James Gardiner, D.C.L., Rev Wm. Brown, 
Rev. George Abbs, Kev. Amos Campbell, Hon. Lewis 
Wallbridge, Q.C., Hon. Sir Wm. B. Kichards, C.J.S.C., 
Wm. Hope, M.D., Thomas Nichol, M.D., LL.D., D.C.L., 
John Bell, Q.C., Rev. Isaac B. Ayls worth, LL.D., Robt. 

B. Carman, M.A., Thos. Macmtyre, M.A., LL.B.. Free 
man Lane, M.A., Rev. John C. Pomeroy, B.A., S. Bar 
ton Burdett, LL.D., R. Conger Clute, LL.B., Rev. S. G. 
Stone, D.D , Rev. T. W. McVety, M.A., Rev. Thomas 
Webster, D.D. Council Rev. J. R. Jaques, D.D., Ph.D., 
President, Professor of Classics and fnstructor in Ger 
man ; John Macoun, M.A., F.L.S., Emeritus Professor 
of Botany ; James Thompson Bell, Sc. D., Hastings Pro- 
lessor of Mines, Agriculture, &c. ; Rev. W. P. Dyer, 
M.A., Professor of Natural Science and Philosophy; T. 
O. Bolger, P.L.S., Professor of Civil Engineering; J. A. 
Stanistreet, Professor of Theory and Practice of Music ; 
Thomas F. Holgate, B.A., Professor of Mathematics and 
Secretary of Council ; G. A. Swaze, Professor of Com- 
.mercial Science and Penmanship, and Head Master of 
the Commercial College ; Mrs. Annie E. Abrahams, 
M.L.A., Preceptress of Alexandra College, Teacher of 
French and Kngiish Branches ; Fred Richardson, Pro 
fessor of Oil Painting arid Drawing. 

ALEXANDRA COLLEGE, BELLEVILLE, ONT. The Rev. 
J. R. Jaques, D.D., Ph.D., President; Mrs. Annie E. 
Abrahams, M.L.A., Preceptress ; Professors and Tutors 
in Albert College, Instructors. 

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, Peterboro ; T. J. 
Cl ixton, Esq. , A. Ayer, Esq. , John Tunibull, Esq. , Mon 
treal ; Wm. Craig, Esq. , Port Hope ; John Drvden, Esq., 
M P.P., WhitbyTp. ; W. J. Copp, Esq., Hamilton ; Jas. 
Mills, Esq., St. Catharines; T. S. Shenston, Esq., Wm. 
Buck, Esq. , John Harris, Esq., Brantford ; Chas. Ray 
mond, Esq , Guelph ; Henry Moyle, Esq., Paris ; J. B. 
Mi-Arthur, Esq., Winnipeg; Hon. D. McN. Parker, 
Halifax, N.S. ; Hon. A. F. Randolph, Fredeiricton, 
N.B. ; Rev. A. P. MoDiarmid, M.A., Ottawa. Officers of 
the Board Hon. Wm. McMaster, Chairman ; J. Stark, 
E^q., Secretary; D. E. Thomson, Esq., Treasurer. 
Faculty of Instruction John H. Castle, D.D., President 
and Professor of Systematic Theology ; Albert H. New 
man, LL.D., Professor of Church History and Compara 
tive Religion; Malcolm MacVicar, Ph.D., LL.D., Pro 
fessor of Apologetics, Didactics and Interpretation in 
English; Wm. N. Clarke, D.D., Professor of New Tes 
tament Interpretation in Greek and Homiletics ; Daniel 
:M Welton, Ph.D., Professor of Old Testament Interpre 
tation (Heb. and Chald.)and Pastoral Theology ; J. M. 
Herschfelder, Esq. (iu University College), Professor of 
the Hebrew Language and Literature ; A. H. Newman, 
Librarian ; C. D. Wilson, Steward. 

WOODSTOCK COLLEGE. Formerly the Canadian Liter- 
.aiy Institute. Board of Trustees: Charles Raymond, 
Esq., President; T. James Claxton, Esq., Vice-Presi 
dent; D. W. Karn, Esq., Treasurer; Rev. S. S. .Bates, 
B.A., Secrectary; W. Buck, Esq., Rev. J. Denovan, A. 
N. Barber, Esq., W. Pavey, Esq., J. Beardall, Esq., 
Bev. A. H. Munro, Rev. A. P. McDiarmid, M.A., Wm. 



Craig, Esq., W. J. Copp, Esq.. F. B. Scofield, Esq., Hon. 
Wm. McMaster, H. Moyle, Esq., Rev. J. Dempsey, J. 
Hatch, Esq., Rev. J. W. A. Stewart, M.A., Rev. G. 
Richardson, John Harris, Esq. Board of Instruction: 
Rev. N. Wolverton, B.A., Principal, Metaphysics ; J. 
I. Bates, B.A., Ph. M., Resident Teacher in Charge, 
Classics; J, H. Farmer, B.A., Classics; N. S. McKech- 
nie, Esq., English ; D. K. Clark, Modern Languages ; 
T. P. Hall, B. A., Mathematics and Natural Sciences; 
J. W. Westervelt, Esq., Principal Commercial Depart 
ment ; H. B. Beard, Esq., Q.C., Lecturer on Commercial 
Law; J. H. W. Yorke, Esq., Assistant Commercial De 
partment; Miss Read, Lady Principal, Teacher of His 
tory ; Miss Hatch, Assistant in English ; Charles A. 
Garratt, Professor of Organ, Piano and Violin ; Mrs. 
Farmer, Instrumental Music ; Miss Perkins, Vocal 
Music ; Mrs. Springer, Painting, Drawing and Decora 
tion, and Elocution. Board of Examiners I88U-85 : 
L. Woolverton, M. A., English ; A. K. Blackader, 
B.A., Mathematics ; Wm. McBride, M.A., Latin; P. S. 
Campbell, B.A., Greek ; M. S. Clarke, B.A., French and 
German; Rev. A. Turnbull, B.A., Natural Science and 
History ; Rev. D. A. McGregor, B.A., Metaphysics and 
Ethics. 

WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, MONTREAL. 
Founded 1873. Directors : Hon. Senator Ferrier, M.L.C., 
Chairman ; Samuel Finley, Treasurer ; F. Fairman, Sec 
retary ; Rev. S. D. Rice, D. D. , Rev. Principal Douglas, 
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., Rev. H. 

F. Bland, Rev. W. Jeffers, D.D.,Rev. L. Hooker, Rev. 

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. Paterson, 
Charles Morton, Henry Millen, Dugald Graham, B.C.L., 
Wm. Gooderham, John J. Dugdale, M. D., J. J. Maclaren, 
A. M.,Q.C. Staff of Instruction: Rev. George Douglas, 
D.D., LL.D., Principal and Professor of Systematic 
Theology and Homiletics; Rev. Wm. I. Shaw, A.M., 
LL.B., Professor of Historical Theology, Greek Exegesis, 
Church History and Apologetics ; Rev. Louis N. Beaudry, 
Professor of Theology in the French Department ; Rev. 
J. Pinel, Assist. Instructor in French Department ; Neil 
Warner, Instructed in Elocution. Registrar, Rev. Prof. 
Shaw, A.M., LL.B., 162 Mansfield Street, Montreal. 
Examiners, 1885: Rev. John A. Williams, D. D., Rev. 
W. C. Henderson, A.M , Rev. D. G. Sutherland, A.M., 
B.D., Rev. J. W. Sparling, A.M., B.D., Rev. S. J. 
Hunter, Rev. C. Fish. Buildings on Upper University 
Street, Montreal. The Session opens about September 
20th, and closes May 1st. 

PROVINCIAL NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOL FOR THE 
INSTRUCTION AND TRAINING OF TEACHERS. Normal 
School Toronto : Rev. H. W. 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 ; J. H. McFaul, Drawing 
Master; S. H. Preston, Teacher of Vocal Music ; R. Lewis, 
Teacher of Reading and Elocution ; T. Parr, Teacher 
of Gymnastics and Calisthenics. Model School, in which 
the Normal School Students practice the Art of Teaching . 
Chas. Clarksou, B.A., Master of the Boys School ; 
Angus Mclutosh, First Assistant ; James McClung, 
Second Assistant ; Nattie McLellan, Third Assistant ; 
Margaret T: Scott, Mistress of the Girls School ; Kate 

F. Hagarty, First Assistant ; Mary M. Meehan, Second 
Assistant ; Julia Meneilley, Third Assistant, and the 
Teachers of Writing, Book-keeping, Drawing, Music, 
Gymnastics and Calisthenics in the Normal School. 
Normal School* Ottawa: John A. McCabe, Principal; 

G. Baptie, Science Master; William Scott, B. A., Mathe 
matical Master ; R. H. Whale, Drawing Master ; W. 
G. Workman, Music Master ; Daniel J. B. Sawyer, 
Writing and Book-keeping Master. Model School : E. 
D. Parlow, Master Boys School ; Thomas Switt, First 
Assistant ; Robt. H. Cowley, Second Assistant ; Eliza 
Bolton, Third Assistant ; Adeline Shenich, Mistress Girls 
School ; Margaret Cusack, First Assistant ; Mary G-. 
Joyce, Second Assistant ; Margaret A. Mills, Third 
Assistant ; E. B. Cope, Clerk. 

ONTARIO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, GUELPH. Sta/: 
Jas. Mills, M.A., President, Professor of English Litera 
ture and Political Economy; Wm. Brown, C.E. , P.L.S., 
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B Hare, Ph. Dr., Professor of Chemistry and Geology; 
J. Playfair MoMurrich, B.A., Professor of Biology and 
Horticulture, and Lecturer on English ; F. C. Grenside, 
V.S., Professor of Veterinary Science ; E. L, Hunt, 3rd 
Year Undergraduate, University of Toronto ; A. Mc- 
Callum, Bursar. Farm: Win. Brown, C.B., P.LS., 
Farm Superintendent ; P. J. Woods, Farm Foreman ; 
James Forsyth, Foreman of the Horticultural ; Depart 
ment ; James Mclntosh, Foreman of the Mechanical 
Department. 

ONTARIO SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL SCIENCE, TORONTO. 
(Established, 1877.) Faculty of the School : Daniel 
Wilson, LL.D., F.R.S.E., Chairman of the Board ; E. J. 
Chapman, Ph.D., LL.D,, Professor of Mineralogy and 
Geolosy; James Loudon, M. A., Professor of Mathematics 
and Physics; R. Ramsay Wright, M.A.,B,S(W, Professor 
of Biology; W. H. Pike, Ph.D., M.A., Professor of 
Chemistry ; J. Galbraith, M.A., Assoe. M. Inst. C.E., 
Professor of Engiueering ; D. "Wilson, LL. D. , Professor 
o) Ethnology; W. H. Ellis, M.A., M.B., Professor of 
Applied Chemistry. Sec y of the Board, W. Dale, M.A. 

COLLEOIATE INSTITUTES AND HlGH 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 the County. The head master 
must be a graduate of a British or Colonial University, 
unless certified and appointed before 18th September, 
1865. Besides fees, local rates to the extent of half the 
government graut must be raised for the master s salary. 
Every High School with two qualified teachers receives 
a fixed amount of $500, and also a certain sum on salaries 
of teachers. High Schools which have an average 
attendance of 60 male classical pupils, may be made 
Collegiate Institutes, and receive 250 additional grant. 
An extra graut is pro-vided for masters taking certain 



meteorological observations and giving scientific know 
ledge preparatory to military instruction. Pupils attend 
ing these schools are prepared for Matriculation in the 
Universities. There were 88 High Schools and 16 Colle 
giate Institutes, with 125,000 pupils, in Ontario, in 
1883. J. E. Hodgson, M.A., and John Seath, B.A., In 
spectors of High Schools. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Each Township is divided into 
School Sections of 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 managed by a Board of School Trustees 
elected from the Municipality. There were 5,150 Public 
Schools, with 470,000 pupils, in Ontario, in 1883. 

EDUCATIONAL MUSEUM. Connected with the Educa 
tion Department is a Museum, containing specimens of 
School apparatus and furniture, 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 NUMBER or EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 
of all kinds reported by the Educational Department as 
in operation in the Province of Ontario during 1883 was 
5,300, attended by 480,000 pupils, and expending upwards 
of 3.600,000 in their support. 

Under the Superintendence oj the Council of Public In 
struction, Province of Quebec. 

JA CQUES-CARTIER NORMAL SCHOOL, MONTREAL. M. 
1 Abbe H. Verreau, Principal Professor and Director of 
Students Boarding School ; M. 1 Abbe O. Harel, Assist 
ant Director, Professor; 1 Abbe G. Santoire, Professor 
of Discipline ; J. O. Cassegrain, Ordinary Professor ; 
Dom. Boudrias and William Fahey, Associate Profes 
sors and Teachers of Boys Model School . M. Gaulbert 
Gervais, Secretary ; M. T. Brennan, Librarian ; M. M. 
S. Aubm and A. de Bonpart, Associate Professors ; M. 
Pelletier, Professor of Music. 



LIST OF PUBLIC, HIGH, MODEL AND SEPARATE SCHOOL INSPECTORS, &c. 
County Public School Inspectors. 



Inspector. County. P. 0. 

D. McDiarmid, M.D Glengarry Athol 

Alexander McNaughton. ..Stormont Cornwall 

Arthur Brown Duudas Morrisburg 

W. J. Summerby Presc t & Rus lltussell 

O. Duford (Assistant) do Curran 

Arch d Smirle Carleton Ottawa 

Robert Kinuey, X.D Leeds, No.l. . . Brockville 

Rav. Geo. Blair, M.A " N"o.2*OrenPre8Cott 

F. L. Michell, B. A Lanark Perth 

R. G. Scott, B. A Renfrew Pembroke 

John Agnew, ilf.B Froutenac Kingston 

Frederick Burrows Lennox & Ad..Napauee 

Wm. Mackintosh X. Hastings ..Madoc 

John Johnston S. " ..Belleville 

Gilbert D. Platt, B.A Prince EdwardPicton 

Edward Scarlett Northumber . dCobourg 

William E. Tilley, M. A Durham .Bowmanville 

James Coyle Brown Peterboro .... Norwood 

Clias, D. Curry, B.A Halibut-ton . . Maiden 

James H. Knight E. Victoria. . . . Lindsay 

Henry Reazin W. " Linden V y 

James McBrien Ontario Myrtle 

James Hodgson S. York Yorkville 

David Fotheringham N. " Aurora 

rS.Simcoe&) 
Rev. Thos. McKee -< Dis. of ^Barrie 

(.Muskoka. . J 
Robert Little Halton ...... Acton 

fDis. of Al- 1 
Peter MacLoan -< goma and > Milton 

(P. Sound.. ) 



P. 0. 
. Barrie 



. Peel Brampton 



Inspector. County. 

James C. Morgan, M.A . . . . N. Simcoe 
Donald J. McKinnon . 

Joseph H. Smith Wentworth .... Ancaster 

Michael Jos. Kelly, M.D... Brant Brantford 

James B. Grey Lincoln St. Catharines 

James H. Ball, M.A Welland Thorold 

Clarke Moses Haldimand . . Caledonia 

JJ.Wa.<lswortti,M.A.,M.B. Norfolk Simcoe 

Wm. Carlyle Oxford Woodstock 

Thomas Pearce Waterloo .. ..Berlin 

D. P. Clapp, B.A N. Wetlington.Harriston 

J. J. Craig S. ..Fergus 

N. Gordon Dufferin Orange ville 

Thomas Gordon W. Grey Owen Sound 

Andrew Grier E. " Thornbury 

Wm. Ferguson S. " Price ville 

Wm. Alexander Perth Stratford 

John R. Miller S.Huron Goderich 

D. McG. Malloch N. " Clinton 

W. S. Clendening E. Bruce Walkertpu 

Alex. Campbell W. " ....Kincardine 

John Dearness E. Middlesex . . London 

Joseph S. Carson W. " ..Strathroy 

Welbern Atkiu Elgin St. Thomas 

Edmund B. Harrison E. Kent Ridgetown 

Wilmot M. Nichols, B.A .. W. : Blenheim 

Chas. A. Barnes, B.A. . ..Lambton No. 1 Forest 

John Brebner " No. 2Sarnia 

Theodule Girardot Essex, No. 1.. Sandwich 

D. A. Maxwell " No, 2..Amherstburg 



City Inspectors. 
Jno. C. Glashan .... Ottawa 
D. J. McKinnon.... St. Catharines 



John McLean St. Thomas 

James L. Hughes . . . Toronto 



Rev. R. Torrauce . . Guelph 

W. G. Kidd Kingston 

J. B. Boyle London 

Note,- -Belleville, Brantford, Hamilton, are under the Inspector of their respective Counties. 

Town Inspectors. 



Rev. A. McColl .... 
Rev. R. Rodgers.. .. 
R, B. Carman M.A.. 



Chatham 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 



Rev. G. Washington Meaford 
Rev. J. Gordon, M.A Niagara Falls 
Rev. S. H. Eastman. Oshawa 
James Stratton Peterboro 



Thomas Hlliard Waterloo 

RHarcourt, B.A., M.P. P. Welland 
J. C.Patterson, M.P., Windsor 



Note. All other towns are under the Inspector of their respective Counties, 

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[1885. 



High School Inspectors. 

J. E. Hodgson, M.A Toronto | John Seath, B.A St. Catharines 

Model School Inspector. 

John J. Tilley Bowmauville 

Separate School Inspectors. 

James F. White Toronto | Cornelius Donovan, B. A Hamilton 

Director of Teachers Institutes. 

3. A, McLellan, LL.D Yorkville 

HEAD MASTERS OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. 



Alexandria ... W. D. Johnston. B.A. 

Almonte P. 0. McGregor, B.A. 

Arnprior L. C. Corbett, B.A. 

Aylmer W.W Rutherford,5.4 

B-irrie, C. I. ... H. B Spotton, M.A. 

Beamsville A. W. Reavley, B.A. 

Belleville Go. S. Wright, M.A. 

Berlin J. W. Connor, B.A. 

BowTnanville... W.W. Tamblyn, M.A. 

Bradford W. Forrest, M.D.,B.A. 

Brampton Alex. Murray, M.A. 

Brantford, C.I. Wm. Oliver. ~B.A. 

Brockville C. L. Worrell, M.A. 

Brighton G. B. Ward, MA. 

Caledonia L. A. Kennedy, B.A. 

Campbellford... A. G. Knight, B A. 
Carletou Place.. J. K. Jolmston, B.A. 

Cayuga Addison, Cole, B.A. 

Chatham A. W. A. Finlay.-B.JL 

Clinton Jag>Turnbull, B.A. 

Cobourg, C. I... I). C. McHeury, M.A. 

Colborne H. M. Hicks,Jf. A. 

Collingwood, C. 1. W. Williams, B.A. 

Cornwall James Smith, A.M. 

Drummoudville H. C Sells, B.A. 

Dundas J.D. Bissounettb.#..4. 

Dunnville John P. Hume. B.A. 

Elora A. B. Davidson, B.A. 

Farmersville ... 0. J. Joliffc, M.A. - 

Fergus C.F. McGillivrav.Jf.vi 

Qalt, C. 1 J. E. Bryant. M.A. 

Qananoque .... W. K.T. Smellie, B.A 

Goderich H. I. Strong, B.A. 

Qrimsby J. McL. Beli, B.A. 

Guelph W. Tytler, B.A. 



Hamilton, C. I. G. Dickson, M.A. 

Harriston J. McMurchie, B.A. 

Hawkesbury ... J. A. Houston, B A. 

Ingersoll K. W. Merchant, M. A. 

Iroquois W. A. Whitney. M.A. 

Kemptville . ... J. A. Carman, B.A. 
Kincardine . ... B. Freer, B.A. 
Kingston, C. I.. A. P. Knight, M.A. 

Lindsay Win. O Connor. M.A. 

Listowel A. B. MaCallum.^/.^l. 

London, C. I., Rav. F. L. Checkley..B.X. 

Markham W. M. Elliott. M.A. 

Mitchell Wm. Elliot, B A. 

Morrishurg .... J. S. Jumieson, M.A. 
Mount Forest. JOB. Reid, B A. 

Napanee C. Fessenden, B.A. 

Newburgh ...... DavM Hicks, B.A. 

Newcastle W. W. Jardine, B.A. 

Newmarket J. E. Dickson, B.A. 

Niagara A.Andrews. 

Norwriod John Davidson, M A. 

Oakville N. J. Wellwood, B.A. 

Oakwood J. C. Pomeroy. B A. 

Omemee J. A. Tanner, M.A. 

Orangeville .... Alox. Steole, B.A. 

Oiiliia . . J. Ryerson. B A. 

Oshawa L. C. Smith, B.A. 

Ottawa, C. I.... J. Macmillan, B.A. 
Owen Sound ... Henry De La Matter. 

Paris J. W. Acres. B.A. 

Parkhill E. M. Bigg, M.A. 

Pembroke E. Odium, M.A. 

Perth, C. I Wm. Roth well. B.A. 

Petarboro , C. I. Wm. lassie, LL.D. 
Picton Robert Dobson, B A. 



Port Dover R. A. Barren. B.A. 

Port Hope A. Purslow,A/.,4.,LL.Z> 

Port Perry D. McBride. B.A. 

Port Rowan. ... A. G. MacKay, B A . 

Prescott M. McPhersou, MA. 

Renfrew C. McDowell, B.A. 

Richmond Hill. Jno. McBride, M.A. 

Ridgetown G. A Chase, B.A. 

Sarnia W. Sinclair, B.A. 

Seaforth J. C. Harstone. 

Simeoe Rev. G. Grant, B.A. 

Smith s Falls... S. Burwash, B.A. 

Smithville A. C. Crosby. B.A. 

S Cath riues.C.I. Jno. Henderson, B.A. 
St. Mary s, C.I. I. M. Levan. B.A 

Stratford Wm. McBride, M.A. 

Strathroy J. E. Wetherell, B.A. 

Streetsville . ... A. B. Cooke, B.A. 
St. Thouias,C.I. John Millar, B.A. 

Sydenham J. E. Burgess, M.A 

Tborold A. McCulloch, M.A 

Toronto, C. I.... A. MacMurchy, M.A 

Trenton B N. Davis, B.A. 

Uxbridge J. J Musjee, B.A 

VanXleek Hill. A. H. Watson. BA. 

Vienna C. R. Gunne, B.A. 

Walkerton J. Morgan, L.A. 

Wardsvilie W.G MncLachlan B.A 

Wateidown D. H. Hunter, B.A. 

Welland ... 3 M..T>\mn.B.A.,LL.B. 

Weston G. Wallace, B.A. 

Whitby, C. L... L E. Etnbree, B.A. 
Williamstown.. Thomas Scales, B A. 

Windsor A. Sinclair, M.A. 

Woodstock G. Strauchon, B.A. 



MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS A&D SCHOOLS. 



THK COUNCIL OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND 
SURGEONS OF OKTAKfb. Territorial Representatives: 
Western and St Clair, J. L. Bray, M.D., Chatham ; 
Muluhide and Tecumseh, E. G. Edwards, M.D., London ; 
Saugeen and Brock, R. Douglas, M.D., Port Klgin ; 
Gore and "Thames, J: A. Williams, M.D., Ingersoll; 
Erie ami Niagara, W. McCargow, M.D., Hamilton ; 
Burlington and Home, J. D. Macdonald, M. D., L.R.C.S., 
Hamilton; Midland and York, J. H. Burns, M.B., To 
ronto ; King s and Queen s, Win. Allison, L. F. P.S., 
Bowmauville ; Newcastle and Trent, H. C. Burritt.M.D., 
Toronto; Quinte and Cataraqui, H. W. Day, M.D., 
Trenton; Bathurst and Rideau, J. G. Cranston, M.D., 
Arnprior; St. Lawrence and Eastern, D. Bergin, M.D., 
Cornwall. Collegiate Representatives: Western Univer 
sity, London, Ontario, A. G. Fen wick, M.D., London; 
University of Toronto, H. E. Buehan, M.D., Toronto; 
University of Victoria College, J. W. Roseburgh, M.D., 
Hamilton ; University of Queen s College, J. McCam- 
liion, M. D., Kingston; University of Trinity College, E. 
W. Spragge, M.R.C.S., Eng., Toronto; University of 
Ottawa, J. A. Grant, M. D., Ottawa; University of 
Kegiopolis College, D. Phelan, M.D., Kingston; Uni 
versity of Albert College, J. W. Wright, M.D., Toronto ; 
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Kingston, M. 
Lavell, M.D., Kingston ; Trinity Medical School, W. 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, H. 
W. Day, M. D. , Trenton ; Vice-President, E. W. Spragge, 
M. D. , Toronto ; Treasurer, W. T. Aikins, M.D. , Toronto ; 
Registrar, Robert A. Pyne, Toronto. Board of Exam 
iners for lSSlt-S5 : 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 Histology ; 
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 MedicSi and 
Theraupeutics and Botany ; Dr. J. N. Anderson, Hamil 
ton, Medical Jurisprudence and Sanitary Science. 
Homceopathic Examiner: Dr. P. McDonald, London. 

THK TORONTO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. Faculty: W. T. 
Aikins, M . D. , L L. D. , Lecturer on Pri ncipl es and Practice 
of Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Pres. of the Faculty ; H. 
H. Wright, M.D., L.C.P. & S.U.C., Lecturer on Principles 
and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Medicine, Secre 
tary of the Faculty ; J. E. 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 Thorburn, M. D. , Ediu. 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 Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology ; M. H. 
Aikius, B.A.,M.B.,M.R.C.S.,Eng., Adjunct Lecturer on 
Surgery, and Lecturer on Primary Anatomy; W. Oldriirht, 
M. A. , M.D. , Adjunct Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence, 
Curator of Museum, and Lecturer on Sanitary Science; 
L. McFarlane, M.B., Adjunct Lecturer on Anatomy 
and Demonstrator of Anatomy; G. Wright, M.A., M.B., 
Adjunct Lecturer on Materia Medica and Therapeutics ; 
J. E. Graham, M.D., L.R.C.P., Lond., Adjunct Lecturer 
on Practice of Medicine, Lecturer on Clinical Medicine, 
Dermatology and Pathology; R. A. Reeve, B.A., M.D.,, 



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Lecturer on Diseases of the Eye and Ear ; Thos. Heys, 
Esq Lecturer on Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical ; 
Thos. McKenzie, A.B. (Late Fellow of University Col 
lege), Lecturer on Botany and Zoology ; A. H. Wright, 
B A. M.B , M.C.R.S., Kng., Demonstrator of Normal 
Histology ; John Ferguson, B.A., M.B., L.F.P.8., Glas 
gow, Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

TRINITY MBDICAL SCHOOL. Medical Faculty: W. B. 
Geikie, M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P., Lon., Dean 
of the Faculty. Prof, of Principles and Practice of Medi 
cine and Clinical Medicine; J. Fulton, M.D., C.M., 
M.B.C.S., Eng., L.R.C.P., Lon., Professor of Principles 
and Practice of Surgery and Clinical Surgery; J. E. 
Kennedy, A.B., M.D., Fel. Obstet. Soc., Lon., Professor 
of Materia Medica and Theraupeutics ; H. Robertson, 
M.D., C.M., M.R.C.S., Eng., Professor of Anatomy- 
General, Descriptive and Surgical, and Curator of the 
Museum; J. Algernon Temple, M.D., C.M., M.R.C.S., 
Eng., Fel. Obstet. Soc., Lon., Prof, of Obstetrics and 
Diseases of Women and Children ; Thos. Kirkland, M.A., 
Secretary, Prof of General Chemistry and Botany ; C. 
W. Covernton, M.D, C.M., M.R.C.S., Eng., Lie. Soc. 
Apoth. Lon. Professor of Sanitary Science ; Fred. Le 
M. Grasett, M.B., C.M., Edin. Univ., F.R.C S., Eng., 
M.R.C.S., Eng., Fel. Obstet. Soc., Edin., Professor of 
Medical Jurisprudence; W. T. Stuart, M.D., C.M., Trin. 
Coll. and M.B., Univ. Toronto, Professor of Practical 
Chemistry; Charles Sheard, M.D.,C.M.,M.R.C.S.,Eng., 
Professor of Physiology and Histology (Normal and 
Pathological) ; G. Sterling Ryerson, M. D.,C. .\f . , L. R. C. P. , 
LR.C. S., E., Mem. Ophthal. Society of Great Britain, 
Lecturer on Ophthalmology, Otology and Laryngology ; 
Luke Teskey, M.D.,U.M.,M.R.C.S.,Eng., Demonstrator 
of Anatomy; G. A. Bingham, M.D., C.M. Trin. Coll., 
M.B. Tor. Univ., Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. 
Matriculation. Having passed the High School Inter 
mediate Examination , with Latin. Having matriculated 
in any University in Her Majesty s Dominions is accepted 
in lieu of the above. Full information respecting Lec 
tures, Fees, Gold and Silver Medals, Scholarships, Cer 
tificates of Honor, Graduation, Diplomas, Fellowship, 
Ac., will be given in the Annual Announcement, for 
which, apply to W. B. Geikie, M. D. , Dean of the Faculty, 
r T. Kirkland, M. A., Secretary. This Medical School 
was established in 1850, and is Incorporated by Act of 
Parliament. It is in affiliation with the University of 
Trinity College, the University of Toronto, and the 
University of Manitoba, and specially recognized by the 
Royal College of Surgeons, England, the Royal Colleges 
of Physicians and Surgeons of Edinburgh, and the 
King s and Queen s College of Physicians of Ireland. 

BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS 
AND SURGEONS OF THK PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. Officers: 
President-.C. E. Lemieux, M.D., Quebec. Vice- Presidents, 
Hon. J. J. Ross, M D., Ste. Annede la Perade ; W. H. 



Hingston, M.D., Montreal. Secretaries, A. G. Belleau, 
M.D., Quebec ; F. W. Campbell, M. D. , Montreal. Regis 
trar, L. I^Rue, Quebec. Ireasurer, E. P. Lachapelle, 
M.D., Montreal. Governors; City of Quebec, Drs. A. G. 
Belleau, W. Marsden, E. A. De St. Georges. M.P., L. 
LaRue, C. S. Parke, H. Russell, A. Jackson, C. E. 
Lemieux. City of Montreal : Drs. J. L. Leprohon.T. A. 
Rodger, R. A. Kennedy, F. W. Campbell, A. Lamarche, 

E. P. Lachapelle, R. P. Howard, Geo. Ross, W. H. 
Hingston, L. B. Durocher. District of Quebec : Drs. J. 
Marmette (St. Thomas de Montmagny), Charles Gingras 
(St. Sauveur), Hon. T. Robitaille (New Carlisle), M. 
Quay (New Liverpool), L. T. E. Rousseau (St. Casimir), 
C. Rinfret, M.P (Ste. Croix), P. E. Grandbois, M.P. 
(Frazerville). District of Montreal: Drs. N. H. Landon- 
ceur (Sorel), Jules Prevost (St. Jerome), J. Lanctot 
(Tanneries), L. D. Lafontaine (St. Edward), P. E. Mig- 
nault (Acton Vale), D. A. Hart (Bedford), J. A. Duches- 
neam (Terrebonne), H. A. Mignault (St. Denis). D. Marcil 
(St. Eustac.he). District of Three Rivers : Hon. J. J. 
Ross, M L.C. (Ste. Anne de la Perade), Drs. D. B. 
Desaulniers (Nicolet), A. F. Danre (Louiseville). Dis 
trict of St. Francis : Drs. F. J. Austin and F. Pare 
(Sherbrooke), T. LaRue, (Compton). Board for Pre 
liminary Examination : Rev. J. C. K. Laflamme, B. A., 
D.D., M. Miller (Quebec), Rev. A. H. Verr-ault, D.L..W. 
A. Howe, LL.D. (Montreal). Examiners for the License : 
Anatomy, R. A. Kennedy, M.D. ; Surgery, Q. Ross, 
M.D. ; Medical Jurisprudence, H. A. Mignault ; Physio 
logy, C. S. Parke, M. D. ; Practice of Medicine, R. P.. 
Howard. M.D. ; Materia Medica, L. T. E. Rosseau, 
M. D. ; Chemistry, M. Quay, M.D. ; Midwifery, T. A. 
Rodger, M.D. ; Botany and Hygiene, J. Lanctot. M.D. 
Ag essors: Laval University (Quebec), W. Marsden and 

F. E. Roy; Victoria University, Angus McDonell, M.D. 
(Montreal), and N. H Ladonceur (Sorel); McGill Univer 
sity, Hon. L. R. Church, M D (Aylmer), and P. E. 
Mignault (Acton Vale) ; Bixhop s College, J. L. Leprohon, 
M. D., and T. A. Rodger, M.D. (Montreal); Laval Uni 
versity, Montreal, F. D. Gilbert, M.D. (Sherbrooke), and 
O. Raymond, M. D. (Montreal). Board for Examination 
ofMidwives : Drs. W. Marsden, A. Jackson, C. Gingras, 
(Quebec); R. A. Kennedy, E. P. Lapachelle, L. D. 
Lafontaine, (Montreal). 

WOMAN S MEDICAL COLLEGE. Faculty: M. Barrett, 
M.A., M. D., Institutes of Medicine; George Wright, 
M.A., M.B., Practice of Medicine ; I. H. Cameron, M.B., 
Surgery; A. H. Wright, B.A., M.B., M.R.C.S., Eng., 
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children ; A. 
McPhedran, M.B., Materia Medica and Botany; J. T. 
Duncan, M.B., Anatomy and Microscopy ; R. A. Reeve, 
B.A., M.D., Diseases of Eye and Ear; R. B. Nevitt, 
B.A., M.D., Sanitary Science ; F. Krausg, M.D., Medi 
cal Jurisprudence and Texicology; A. S. Gullen, M.D.. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy ; A. R. Pyne, Chemistry. 



THE BRITISH EMPIRE. 

In the following brief table an abstract is given (approximately) of the area, population, revenue, public debt, 
and commerce of the British Empire. The figures presented are near enough for the purpose, although it is to be 
regretted that the precise amounts cannot be procured. The table, short as it is, presents a result unparalleled in 
the World s history. The British Empire is grander than that of either Greece or Rome, or any other that has 
ever existed, and its rule more beneficent. Wherever the flag of England floats there is freedom. Justice is 
impartially administered, and no man can be punished except for infringements of the law. Religion also is free. 
With all its anomalies, the British Empire under its present Sovereign presents the nearest approach to a true 
Commonwealth that has yet been seen, ft would be well if teachers would impress these truths upon their pupils, 
and also make them better acquainted with the geography, the productions, and the capabilities of the various 
countries owning obedience to English rule. 



NAME OF COUNTRY. 


Area in 
Sq. Miles. 


Population. 


Revenue. 


Public Debt. 


Imports and 
Exports. 


Great Britain and Ireland 


121 115 


36 200 000 


$433 158 000 


83 681 147 000 


$3 551 110 000 


Indian Possessions &c. ........ 


1 558 254 


256 000,000 


389 334 000 


778 667 000 


593 734 000 


Other Eastern Possessions 
Australasia 


30,000 
3 181,344 


3,850,000 
3,000,000 


14,600,000 
108 460 000 


13,667,000 
476 690 000 


137,484,000 
491 900 000 


North America . . 


3,620,500 


4 550 000 


36,000,000 


165 476 000 


223 000 000 


Guiana, &c 


100 000 


200 000 


2,434,000 


2 434 000 


24 334 000 


A f rica 


270 000 


2 250 000 


21 414 000 


64 484 000 


111 934 000 


West Indies, <fec 


12 707 


1 300 000 


7 544 000 


8 274 000 


41 400 000 


European Possessions 


120 


175 000 


1 217 000 


1 800 700 


9 734 000 


Various Settlements 


96,171 


200,000 


2,434 000 


3 164 000 


9 734 000 














Totals 


8,990,211 


307.7?5.nnn 


81.016,595.000 


$5,195,797,700 


$5,194,364.000 



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LEGAL AND JUDICIARY. 



LEGAL AND JUDICIARY. 



[1885. 



SUPREME COURT OP THE DOMINION AND 
COURT OF EXCHEQUER. 

The Supremo Court, as a high Court of Appeal, con 
stituted by Dominion Statute, 38 Vic. cap. 2, assented 
to 8th April, 1875, is composed of a Chief Justice and 
five Puisne Judges, and has appellate, civil and criminal 
jurisdiction within and throughout the Dominion of 
Canada. The Judges reside at Ottawa, where the Supreme 
Court holds annually three Sessions- -the first beginning 
on the third Tuesday in February, the second on the first 
Tuesday in May, and the 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. 

MINISTER OF JUSTICE AND ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR 
THK DOMINION OF CANADA. Hon. Sir A. Campbell, 
K.C.M.G.. Q.C. 

Hon. Sir William Johnston Ritchie, Knt., Chief Justice. 
Hon. Samuel Henry Strong, Puisne Judge. 
Hon. Telesphure Fournier, Puisne Judge. 
Hon. William Alexander Henry, Puisne Judge. 
Hon. Henry Elzear Taschereau, Puisne Judge. 
Hon. John Wellington Gwynne, Puisne Judge. 
B. Casseis, jun., Registrar. 
George Duval, Reporter. 

THE LAW SOCIETY OF ONTARIO. 

The Law Society was lirst 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, e. 138, the Benchers theretofore 
appointed, from time to time, by their own body, are 
made, exclusive of ex-offleio members, elective by the 
Bar, the ex-offieio 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 tha former Province of Upper Canada, and 
any retired Judge of the Superior Courts of Law ov 
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 body 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. 

BEtfCHKRS. 

Eot-Officio Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald, K.C.B. 
D.C.L. , Q.C., Atty.-Gen. 1S54 ; Hon. Jas. Patton, Q.C. 
Sol.-Gen. 1862; Hon. A. N. Richards, Q.C., 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 Minister of Justice and Atty.-Gen. of the 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 E. T. 1886. James Beaty, jun., 
Q.C., M.P., Toronto; John Bell, Q.C., Belleville; H. 

C. R. Beecher,Q.C., London ; Jaa. Bethune, LL.B.,Q.C., 
Toronto ; B. N. Britton, 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; M. Irving, Q C., Hamilton; J. K. Kerr, Q.C., 
Toronto; James H. Morris, Huson W. M. Murray, 
Toronto ; E. Martin, Q.C., Hamilton; W. R. Meredith, 
LL.B..Q.C., M.P. P., London; Jas. MacLennan, M.A., 
Q.C., Toronto ; D Alton McCarthy, Q.C., M.P., Toronto ; 
F. McKelcan, Q.C., Hamilton; D. McMichael, LL.D., 
Q.C., Toronto ; Charles Moss.Q.C., Toronto ; Hon. T. B. 
Pardee, Q.C., M.P.P.,Sarnia; D. B. Read.Q C., 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 ; Senior Assistant, C. B. Grasett ; 
Junior Assistant, L. Williams. 

EXAMINERS. Equity, A. H. Marsh ; Criminal law 
and torts, W. A. Reeve ; Real property, E. D. Armour : 
Mercantile law, T. D. Delamere. 

THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE FOR 
ONTARIO. 

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 the 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 this Court, in addition to their appellate duties 
1 proper, take part in presiding over Courts of Oyer and 
i Terminer and General Jail Delivery and sittings of the 
Queen s Bench, Chancery, and Common Pleas Divisions 
of the High Court of Justice, and may be placed on the 
rota for the trial of Election petitions, with the Justices 
of the High Court, who, as ex-offieio Judges of this 
Court, choose from their number a Judge or Judges 
to sit in Appeal in case of there being a vacancy in this 
Court, or if, from illness or some other cause, 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 Hon. John Hawkins Hagarty, 
D.C.L., Justices of Appeal Hon. G. W. Burton, Hon. 
Christopher S. Patterson, Hon. Joseph C. Morrison, 
Hon. F. Osier. Registrar Alexander Grant. Usher 
and Messenger E. Oliver. 

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE FOR ONTARIO. 

QUEEN S BENCH DIVISION. The jurisdiction of this 

Division extends to all manner of actions, causes and 

suits, criminal and civil, real, personal and mixed, within 

Ontario, and it may proceed in such, by such process 



and course as are provided by law. and as shall tend 
with justice and despatch to determine the same ; and 
may hear and determine all ISSUHS of law, and also 
(with the icquest of twelve good and lawful men in 
the cases provided for) try all issues of fact, and 
give judgment, and award execution thereon, and also 
in matters which relate to the Queen s Revenue (includ 
ing the condemnation of contraband or smuggled good?) 
as may bo done by Iltr Majesty s Superior Courts of Law 
in England. Chief Justice Hon. Adam Wilson. Mem 
bers of the. Queen s Bench IHvisirm Hon. J. D. Armour, 
and Hon. John O Connor. Registrar Tames 9. Cart- 
wright. Clerks A. Macdonneil, J. L. Whiteside. Crier 
and Usher Andrew Fleming. 

CHANCERY DIVISION This Division has the like juris 
diction as the Court of Chancery in Kngland, in cases of 
fraud, accident, trusts, executors, administrators, co 
partnerships, account, mortgages, awards, dower, infants. 



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Idiots, lunatics ud their estates, waste, specific perform- 
nn te. discovery, and to prevent multiplicity of suits, 
staving proceedings at law prosecuted against equity and 
good conscience, and msy decree the issue, repeal, or 
voidance. of letters patent, and generally the like powers 
which th 1 Court of Chancery in England possesses to 
administer justice in all cases in which there is no ade- 
(jutte remedy at law. Cttancettor Hon. John A. Boyd. 
M"nbersof (fie Division. lion. Wm. Proudfoot and Hon. 
Th" naii Ferguson. Special Examiners J. Crickmore, 
(}< -rge M. Kvaus and Shorthand only, John Bruce. 
R"jistrai G. S. Holmested. Assistant Registrar A.. F. 
Mc ljean. Clerk of Records a.n 1 Write G M. Lee. Docket 
ing CierkV. 3. Harding. Copying Cleric A.. J Elliott. 
Entering Clerk H Semple. Usher R Parkes. Houte- 
keeper and Messenger ~D. Sutherland. 

COMMON PLEAS DIVISION This Division has tl>e same 
powers and jurisdiction as a Court of Record, ap the 
Qn-tan g 8c"n. h Division. Writs of summons and capias 
ifnufl alternately from ither Division. Chief Justice 
Hoa. M. C Cameron. Members of ike Division lion. T. 
Q.tlt and Hon John E. Rose. Registrar M, B. Jackson. 
Clerks M. I. Macnamara. C. O. Strange. Crier and Usher 
) . Oonneil. 

All Divisions of th* High Court have now concurrent 
jurisdiction under the Judicature Act, 1881. 

CatMBBtn Chambers are held each day for such 
business relating to actions as may be transacted hy a 
itngle Judge out of Court. The Muster in Chambers is 
empowered to obtain the assistance of the Registrar of 
tho Queen s Bonch Division or of any Official Referee to 
sit with or for him Mister in Chambers^.. G. Dalton, 
Q.C. GerkiE Arnold; and W. ) Neil. 

MASTER S OFFICE M nfcr in Or/Unary of the Supreme 
ffruH Thos Hodgins. Q C. Clerk K. McLean. Junior 
fyerlt L B. Young. ^For list of Local Masters, see 
ps je 122.) 

ACCOUNTANT S OFFICE Accountant Qeo. S. Holmested. 
Qf.rlc of Accounts Bonjaniin W. Murray. Clerks Geo. 
Behan, 0. A. Stewart. Miss M. Buchan. TAXIXS OFFICERS 
J. H. Thorn. S. B. Clark. 

MARITIME COURT OF OXTARIO Constituted by Dominion 
Statute, 40 Vic., enp. 21. as a .Superior Court of Maritime 
Jurisdiction ; is composed of one Judge for the whole 
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- 
mi^ton. The Maritime Court is a Superior Court of 
Record, having, with some exceptions mentioned in the 
A--t. the like rights and remedies in all tnattars. including 
eas.js of Contract and Tort, and proceedings ire rt.m, and in 
perjanam, arising out of ,ir connected with navigation, 
shipping, trade or commerce, on any river, lake, canal, or 
iiiltud water, of which the whole or part is in ho Province 
of Ontario, as any existing Vice- Admiralty Court would 
h vve If its process extended to the Province of Ontario. 
The Sittings of the Court and in Chambers are fxed and 
TLvrulated by the Judge and Surrogate Judges at such 
timas as tby .Vn.-ill think fit (ind necessary for the due 
administration of justice. Judge for the w!u>le Province 
Hoa. John Boyd. Registrar John Bruce. Marshal 
William Boyd. 

USPORTERS Biitrrr Christopher Robinson, Q.C. Re 
porter in Qwerfs Bench S. J. v aukoughnot. Reporter 
in Chmmtn Ple .M G. F. Harman. Rf.f>orters in Chancery 
G. \. Roomer, A. It. F. liefroy Reporter Court of Appeal, 
A. Grant. In CUtambem T. T. Rolph. Distriltutor of 
Law Stamps W. W. Baldwin. 

HEIR AND DEVISEE OO~RT Commissioners, the Judges 
of the Superior Courts, and such other persona as may be 
appointed by commission under the Great Seal. Their 
duties are to determine claims to lands in Ontario, 
for which no patent has issued from the Crown in favour 
of the proper claimants, whather as heirs, devisees or as 
signees. Sittings at Toronto, first Monday in January 
and July iu, each year. Clerk nf Commissioners W. B. 
Heward. 

COURTS FOR THE TRIAL OF CONTROVERTED ELECTIONS. 
The nature of these courts is sufficiently indicated in 
their title. In respect to elections for the House of Com 
mons of Cauada, the Superior Courts, by one of their 
Judges appointed in thst bhalf, are invented with special 
Jurisdiction for the trial of contested elections, and ap 
peals lifi to the Supreme Court at Ottawa. In respect to 
flections fir th! j Local Legislature of Ontario, the Judges 



of the Court of Appeal and of the Superior Courts of Law 
and Equity meet annually in Michaelmas Term and 
severally select, by a majority of votes, a Judge of their 
respective Courts to be placed on the rota for the trial of 
election petitions. In the case of death or the illness 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 judee presides, and an appeal lies to the Court of 
Appeal of the Province. 

COUNTY COURTS Presided over by a resident Judge in 
each county, assisted in some counties by a Deputy or 
Junior Judge. Their jurisdiction extends to all personal 
actions where the debt or damages claimed do not exceed 
$200; and to all suits relating to debt, covenant or con 
tract, where the amount is ascertained by the acts of the 
parties or signature of the defendant, to $400 ; and to all 
bail bonds and recognizances of bail given in the County 
Court, to any amount; but not to cases involving the 
title to lands, validity of wills, or actions for libel, slan 
der, eriin. con., or seduction. An appeal lies to the Court 
of Appeal of Ontario. 

COUNTY COCKT SITTINGS AND Coi RTOF GENERAL SESSIONS. 
The County Judge in each county holds a sitting of hi 
Court and a Court of General Sessions in his county geml- 
annually on the second Tuesday in June and December, 
except in the county of York, in which county said Court 
is held four times, commencing on the first Tuesday In 
December and March, and th second Tuesday in May 
and September, the latter Courts for the trial of cases of 
telony and misdemeanor, but treason and capital felonies 
are exempted from their jurisdiction. The Judge may 
also, in his discretion, hold additional sittings at such 
times as may be deemed expedient to expedite business, 
but only for the trial of issues of fact without a jury. 

COUNTY JUDGES GRIM NAL COURT. Persons committed 
to jail for trial, on charge of being guilty of any offence 
for which they may be tried at a Court of General Se- 
gions may, with their own consent, and subject to the pro 
visions of the Act in that behalf, bo forthwith tried by 
the Judge of the County Court and General Sessions with 
out a jury, and if convicted, be sentenced by the said 
Judge; and the Judge sitting on any such trial for all 
the purposes thereof, is constituted Court of Record, 
and the record in any such case shall be filed among the 
records of the Court of General Sessions last mentioned. 

COURTS OP REVISION. The County Judges hold annually 
Courts of finnl revision of the Assessment Rolls of each 
Municipality, being in the light of Courts of Appeal from 
the first Court ot Revision held by the Municipality; and 
also Courts for the Revision of the Voters Lists, being 
equivalent to the Courts held by Revising Barristers in 
England. 

INSOLVENT DEP.TORS COURTS. These Courts, which 
had reference to traders only, were regulated by the 
Act known as the "Insolvent Act of 1875," which con 
solidated and assimilated the practice in Bankruptcy 
and Insolvency in the several Provinces of the Dominion. 
The County Judges in the several Counties presided, 
and official assignees were nominated by the Governor 
in Council, and were officers of the Court having juris 
diction in the County or District for which they were 
appointed. And appeals lay to the Court of Appeal of 
Ontario. This Statute lias now been repealed, and the 
Courts and Assignees are only continuing to wind up 
pending cases 

SURROGATE COURTS. The jurisdiction of these Courts 
relates to all testament.iry matters and causes, and to the 
granting and revoking of probate of wills, and letters of 
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 
cery Division. The County Judges are also Judges of the 
Surrogate Courts, f-hief Surrogate Clerk at Toronto 
Sir J. L. Robinson, Bart. Assistant P. A. Robinson. 

DIVISION COURTS, for tho summary disposal of cases 
by tho presiding Judge, being the County Judge or his 
Deputy, or any Barrister appointed to hold the same : 
but a jury of fire persons may be demanded in certain 
esses. Their jurisdiction extends to actions of debt or con 
tract where the balance claimed is over $100 and under $200 
when the amount is ascertained by the signature of the 
defendant, subject to an appeal to the Court of Appeal, 
and to $100 in other cases ; but the sums of the account to 



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be gone into cannot exceed $400; injuries or torts to per 
sonal chattels 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 of hand given therefor, ejectment, title 
to land, Ac., or any toll, custom orfranchise, will or set 
tlement, malicious prosecution, libel, slander, crim. con., 
seduction or breach of promise, or actions against a J. P. 
for anything dona by him in the execution ot his office, 
If he objects to it. Each Judicial District is divided into 
Court Divisions, and Courts are held once in two months 
in each Division, or oftener at the discretion of the Judge. 
The Divisions are established by the Courts of General 
Sessions, and in certain cases by the Judges. 

BOARD OF COUNTY JUDGES Chairman J. R. Qowan, 
late sen. Judge County Simcoe. Members S. J. Jones, 
County Brant; D. J. Hughes, County Elgin; James 
Daniell, Counties Prescott and Russell; and J. S. Sin 
clair, County Wentworth. 

Grown Law Officer*. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
Hon. 0. Mowat, Q.C. 

Officers of the. Courts. 
OFFICIAL GUARDIAN. ^Tohn Hoskin, Q.C. 
SENIOR JUDGMENT CLERK. G. S. Holmested. 
JUNIOR JUDGMENT CLERK. A. F. McLean. 
INSPECTOR OF TITLES AND REFBREE OF TITLES AT 
TORONTO. G. S. Holmested. 
INSPECTOR OF LOCAL OFFICES. M. B. Jackson. 
OFFICIAL REFEREES (Ex OFFICIO). The Master in 
Ordinary of the Superior Court, the Registrar of the 
Queen s Bench Division, the Registrar of the Common 
Pleas Division, the Referee in Chambers (vacant), the 
Accountant, the Inspector of Titles, and the Referee of 
Titles 

CLERKS OF ASSIZE. County of York, G. B. Nicol ; 
otherwise the Deputy Clerks of the Crown are ex officio 
Clerks of Assize and Marshals in their respective Counties. 
DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE CROWN. The Clerks of the 
County Courts will be ex officio Deputy Clerks of the 
Crown and Pleas of their several Counties as the present 
incumbents vacate 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. Heward. Assis- 
tant Churles Gilbert. 
INSPECTOR OF PUBLIC OFFICES. John Winchester. 

Sittings of the Courts. 

COURT OF APPEAL. This Court holds its sittings at 
such time and for such periods as the Judges shall, from 
time to time, deem necessary or convenient for the speedy 
dispatch of business, the times now fixed being the first 
Tuesday in March and September, and the second Tues 
day in January, May and November ; notice of the hold 
ing of such sittings being given according to the usual 
practice. 

SITTINGS OF THE QUEEN S BENCH AND COMMON PLEAS 
DIVISIONS. Hilary begins first Monday in February, 
and ends Saturday of the ensuing week ; Easter begins 
third Monday in May, and ends Saturday of the second 
week thereafter ; Michaelmas begins third Monday in 
November and ends Saturday of the second week there 
after. Trinity Term begins on the Monday after the 21st 
August, and ends on Saturday of the following week, but 
may be dispensed with by order of Court. The Queen s 
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 in 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 argued, and for disposing of such other busi 
ness as the Court in its discretion shall see fit ; 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 of all Court business which may be trans 
acted by a single Judge. 

CHANCERY SITTINGS. flittings for the tearing of causa, 
including examination of witnesses, are held twice in each 
jear, at Toronto and on Circuit, the places and dates 



being previousiy arranged by the Judges (see Circuits). 
Sittings for the rehearing of causes are held on the 3rd 
Thursday in February, the last Thursday in August, and 
the first Thursday in December. TheOourt siti every week, 
except during vacation, for the despatch of business, in the 
following order: Monday, chamber business; Tuesday, 
motions; Wednesday, motions for judgment, further direc 
tions, petitions, and demurrers; Thursday, appeals from- 
Master s reports. 

LONG VACATION extends from the 1st of July to the 
1st of September. In Chancery, there is also a vacation 
from the 24th December to 6th January. 

COUNTY COURT TERMS. The several County Courts in 
Ontario hold four sittings in each year, commencing respec 
tively on the first Monday in the months of January, 
April, July, and October, except the County of York, 
whi< h commences on the first Monday in January and 
April, and the second Monday in June and October, and 
ending on the Saturday of the same week. 

Circuits of the Count. 

LAW CIRCUITS. Sittings for Hearing of Actions. Courts 
of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery are 
held twice a year in each County or union of Counties, 
in the vacation between Hilary and Easter Terms, and 
between that period of the vacation after the 21st ot 
Aug. ist and Michaelmas Term, except the Counties of 
York and Wentwor h, in each of which Counties there is 
held a third such Court in every year, in the vacation be 
tween Michaelmas and Hilary Terms; and in the County 
of York there is held a fourth such Court, between Easter 
Term and the first day of July. The sittings for hear 
ing of actions may, in the discretion of the Judges, be 
held separate and apart from the Courts of Oyer and 
Terminer, and Gei-eral Gaol Delivery, and the Assizes for 
any County are not put an end to by the commencement 
of Term, but may continue and be holden during Term, 
subject to special rules in such case for moving against 
th verdict or for new trials. There are six Circuits ae 
follows, viz : 

Eastern : Brockville, Cornwall, Kingston, L Orignal, 
Ottawa, Pembroke. Perth. Midland: Belleville, Cobourg, 
Napanee, Picton, Whitby. Niagara : Barrie. Lindsay, 
Hamilton, Orangeville, Owen Sound, St. Catharines, 
Welland. Oxford : Berlin, Brantford, Cayuga, Guelph, 
Simcoe. Stratford, Woodstock. Western: Chatham, God- 
erich, London, Sandwich, Sarnia. St. Thomas, Walkerton. 
Home : Brampton, Milton, Toronto. 

The Courts in each Circuit shall be presided over by one- 
of the Chief Justices or Justices ot the High Court or of 
the Courts of Appeal, or, in their absence, by a Judge of a 
County Court, or some one of Her Majesty s Counsel learned 
in the law, requested by any one of the Chief Justices or 
Justices to act in that behalf. 

CHANCERY CIRCUITS, for the Examination of Witnesses 
and Hearing Causes, are held in the Spring and Fall of 
each year as follows : 

Toronto: Toronto. Eastern: Belleville, Brockville, Co 
bourg, Cornwall. Kingston, Lindsay, Ottawa, Peterboro . 
Western: Chatham, Goderich, London. Sandwich, S-trnia- 
Stratford, Walkerton, Woodstock. Home: Barrie. Brant,, 
ford, Guelph, Hamilton, Owen Sound, Simcoe, St. Cath 
arines, Whitby. 

The Courts in each Circuit are presided over by the- 
Chancellor or one of the Members of the Chancery Divi 
sion or by a retired or present Justice of the High Court 
or of the Court of Appeal, or by a Judge of a County 
Court, or by some one of Her Majesty s Counsel learned 
in the law, requested by the Chancellor or one of the Jus 
tices to act in that behalf. 

COMMISSIONERS FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS. Commis 
sioners in Ontario for taking Affidavits to be used in 
Quebec. Edward H. Tiffany, Alexandria. G. E. Hender 
son, Q C., J. Parker Thomas, Belleville. J. Weyms, J.P., 
Brantford. Jacob D. Buell, James Jessup, Brockville. 
T H. Aikman, Caynga. Warren F. Burton, Hamilton. 
J. A. Henderson, Q.C., Kingston. Wm. Robertson, 
Lanark Wm C. L. Gill, Wm. Horton, James Shanly, 
London. Hon. R. W. Scott, Q.C. , Hon. J. Cockburn, 
Q C., Wm. M. Matheson, Henry J. Morgan, Robert 
Cassels, R. J. Wicksteed, Ottawa. Francis Scott, Thos. 
Deacon Q.C., M O Driscoll, Wm. R. White, Pembroke. 
James Bell, W. O. Buell, Perth. Chas. A. Weller, Peter- 
boro . H. Bernard, C.M.G., Q.C., R. Snelling, LL.1X, 
L. W. Smith, D.C.L., James H. Morris, Fred, W. King- 



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stone, Richard H. B. Munro, Hector Cameron, Q.C., 
R. Spratt, M. Crombie, J. R. Roaf, Toronto. S. S. Mc- 
Donell, Windsor. Commissioners in Quebec for talcing 
Affidavits to be used in Ontario. Dennis Barry, Anthony 
Brogan, Joseph Louis Couttie, Thomas Darling, John D. 
Davison, M. H. Escott, John Fair, Heury Bssou Irvine, 
Samuel Johnston, D. MacFarlaue, Alex. Moffat, Narcisse 
Perodeau, Alex. F. Riddell, David Seath, Win. S. Walker, 
W. A. Caldwell, A. McKay, J. M. Taylor, A. G. Isaacson, 
W. B S Roddy, M. M. Tait, A. C. Lyman, W. Maclennan, 
W. H. Cross, J. Mclntosh, F. W. Ten-ill, E. Lafluur, J. H. 
J. Frigon, R. T. Heneker, James Bourne, Edward Ilan- 
sou W. Weir, Montreal. Hon. L. R. Church, Q C., 
Aylmer. T. Moloney, R. H. Wurtell, J. R. Eckart, Que 
bec. F. S. McKay, Papineauville. Walter Rimer, Bryson. 
Commissioners in Manitoba and North-West Territories \ 
for taking Affidavits to be used in Ontario. F. T. Brad- 
ley, North Pembina ; Wm. N. Kennedy, Frederick Mc- 
Kenzie, A. J. McColl, W. A. Wilkes, G. F. Andrews, U. 
W. Webster, Hon. A. M. Sutherland, A. E. Richards, j 
T B. Wads worth, Winnipeg; A. L. Sifton, Brandon; > 
M. H. Fieldhouse, Neepawa ; J. BouHbee, Portage la 
Prairie ; J. B. McLaren, Nelsmiville ; H. Sleeker, Edmon- I 
ton, N.W.T.; W, Hill Nash, Fort Osborne; W. S. Brown, 
Calf Mountain ; O. Barrett, Dominion City; W. Robertson, ! 
Pilot Mound; W.J. Scott, Battleford; John Crerar, W. J. j 
Mmley, Minnedosa, N.W.T.; E. A. Bay ces, Calgary ; 
A. J. Simpson, West Lyime ; S. M. Jarvis, Qu Appelle ; 
S. K. Parsons, Moose Factory, Rupert s Laud ; Joseph 
Daniel, Mooseinin, N. W. T. Commissioners in Nova 
Scotia for taking Affidavits to be used in Ontario 
T. Ritchie, Halifax ; E. N. Clements, Yarmouth. Com- 
-iii : ->sioners in Ontario for taking Affidavits to be used in 
I. Nova. 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. 
///. Manitoba- H. J. Morgan, Ottawa. J. H. Morris, E. 
R. C. Clarkson, Toronto. M. Irving, Q.C., Hamilton. 
IV- British Columbia tt. D. Uelmeken, Victoria, V.I. ; 
A. G. M. Spragge, Golden City. V. New South Wales 



Alexander Gillespie, New South Wales. Commissioners 
in the United States for talcing Affidavits to be used in 
Ontario William Barker Coleman, Frank E. 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. Hoyne, Chicago, 111. Edward 
J. Jones, 61 Court Street, A. D. Foster, C. A. Shaw, Bos 
ton, Mass. ; Graeme M. Wilson, Bay City, Mich. ; C. V. 
Howell, Kansas City ; C. Brown, Minneapolis ; E. M. Cole, 
Marquette ; J. M. Chatlerson, Louisville, Ky. ; Arthur 
H. Fleming, T. Hislop, R Laidlaw, Detroit, Mich. ; 
A. G. McMillan, San Francisco, T. J. Hunt, Phila 
delphia. Commissioners in Great Britain for taking 
Affidavits to be used in On arioE. Anderson, 17 Iron 
monger Lane, T. W. Bischoff, G. C. Bompas, 4 Great Win 
chester Street Buildings, W. L. Gane, SoGracechuvch St., 
E Jenkins, A. S. Munns, 8 Old Jewry, E. S. Mounsey, 
Gray s Inn, J L. Pulling, 3 Adelaide Place. London Br., 
T. L. Rolph, 117 Cannon St., F. Woodhouse, Lincoln s 
Inn, F. Woolbert, Lincoln s Inn Fields, F. T. Seaton, 
5 Gray s Inn Square, W. K. Henderson, Lombard Street, 
A. G. Renshaw, Cannon Street, W. B. Dudley, Lincoln s 
Inn Fields, H. Pollock, 47 Gresham House, J. Hand, 
Queen Victoria Street, A. Heales, Doctor s Commons, 
W. H. Nichols, A. J. Nash, 29 New Bridge Street, F. 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. R. Slade, 2 Greshain 
Buildings, Bashinghall Street, E. C., John Greenfield, 37 
Queen Victoria Street, E. F. Cross, J. Vallance, 20 
Essex Street, Strand, London, Eng. ; W. Archibald, H. 
Bonar, A P. Purvis, J. A. Trail, W. Stewart Fraser, 
W. S., James McCaul, W. A McLaren, Edinburgh, 
Scot. ; G. T. Haigh, W. H. Quilliam, Edward S. Lewes, 
Liverpool, Eng. ; W. B. Richardson. Birmingham, Eng. ; 
A. G. Armitage, Bristol, Eng. ; Jonas ap Jones, Brighton, 
Eng.; J. Muirhead, A. C. Wilson, Wm. B. Paterson, 
Glasgow, Scot. ; N. Goddard, D. Galbraith, Alex. Bell, 
Dublin, Ireland; F. Hawksford, Jersey, Channel Isl ds 
Claude Cannell, Douglas, Isle of Man. 



Division Court Clerks. 
DIVISION COURT INSPECTOR JOSEPH DICKEY, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, TOKOST i. 



ALGOMA DISTRICT. 

I. Kdw. Diggings ..Sanlt Ste. Marie 

II. Thomas Collins Bruce Miueg 

III. Samuel McLean.. ..Little Current 

IV. Wm. S. Francis. ...Manitowaning 

V. Jas. Frauer Gore Bay 

BRANT. 

I. Joseph Robinson Brantford 

II. F. Tnksater Paris 

III. John l>. Galloway St. George 

IV. Henry Cox Burford 

V. J. R. Malcolm Scotland 

VI. John Henderson Ouondaga 

BRUCE. 
I. Wm. Collins Walkerton 

II. H. B. O Connor Teeswater 

III. Joseph Barker Kincardine 

IV. Neil McKfiehuio Paisley 

V. James VlcKianon.... Port Elgin 

VI. Hugh Murray Underwood 

VII. George Stirke Invermay 

VI el. Bryce 11. Miller Wiarton 

IX. James McLaod Riploy 

X. W. Moshier.. Lion s Head P.O. 

CAKLETON. 

I. John R.Armstrong Ottawa 

II. Hugh Reilly Richmond 

III. John Fenton South Huntloy 

IV. Wm. P. Taylor, Fitzroy Harbour 

V, 

VI. Ira Morgan Metcalfe 

VII. Fred. W. Harmer...UinU>nburgh 

DUPFERIN. 

I. Guy Leslie Oransjeville 

II. Alex. McLachlan Shelburne 

III. John A. Love Stanton 

IV. George McVIanus Mono Mills 

V. A. Richardson Luther 



ELGIN. 

I. Alexander Love Aylmer 

II. Charles Askww St Thomas 

III. Charles Askew St. Thomas 

IV. F. McDiarmid Rodney 

ESSEX. 
I. J. A. Stewart Sandwich 

II. J. H. C. Leggitt... Amherstburg 

III. Dr. B. Allwjrth Kiogsville 

IV. Charles Bell Colchester 

V. George A. Morse. ...Leamington 

VI. F. P. Boutellier Belle River 

VII. Joha McCrae Windsor 

VIII. John Milne Gosfleld 

FRO.VTENAC. 

I. William Robinson Kingston 

II. P. McKim Cataraqui 

III. Chas. Ruttan Loughborough 

IV. Alex. Grant Verona 

V. D.J.Walker Inverary 

QREY. 

I. John Stephens Owon Sound 

II. David Jackson Durham 

III. Thomas Plunkott Meaford 

IV. Thomas J. Rorke Heathcote 

V. J. W.Armstrong Flesherton 

VI. John McDonald Chatsworth 

HALDIMAND. 

I. D. McGregor Caledonia 

II. Wm. Mussen Cayuga 

III. Taomas Armour Dunnvillo 

IV. R. A. Havill Rainham 

V. Seth K. Smith Canborough 

VI. Charles E. Bourne Jarvis 

HAL1BORTON. 

I. Chas. D. Curry Minden 

II. Wm. Prust Haliburton 

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HALTON. 

I. J. D. Panton Milton 

II. Robert Balmer Oakville 

III. Lachlan Grant Georgetown 

IV. James Mathews Acton 

V. S. R. Lister Nassapawey* 

VI. W. S. Bastedo Burlington 

HASTISO3. 

I. R. Croft Hulme Belleville 

II. D. R Ketcheson Wallbridge 

III. A. P. Randall Shannonville 

IV. Thomas McCann Tweed 

V. F. B. Parker Stirling 

VI. Georgs D Rawe Madoc 

VII. A. S. Valleau Deseronto 

VIll. Jacob Sills Cannifton 

IX. Jeremiah Simmons Trenton 

X. David Bentley Marmora 

XI. Edwin James Bridgewatei 

XII. John Wilson L Amable 

HURON. 

I. J. S. McDougall Goderich 

II. Ludwig Meyer Seaforth 

III. W. W. Farran Clinton 

IV. Alexander Hunter Brussels 

V. Thomas Trivitt Exeter 

VI. JohnCooke Dungannoc 

VII. W. W.Connor Bayfield 

Till. James McUuire Winghans 

IX. Joseph Cowan Howict 

X. Michael Zeller Zuricb 

XI. John Lewis Crediton 

KENT. 

I. Wm. B. Wells.. Chatham 

II. J. Duck Morpeth 

III. Simeon Wallace Dresden 

IV. G. Young Harwich 

V. D. B. McDonald ...Wallaceburgh 
VI. George Moore Bothwell 

VII. D. R. Farquharson, Tilbury East 



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DIVISION COURT CLERKS. 



[1885. 



LAMBTON. 

I. H. M. Poussett Sarnia 

II. J. D. Eocles Watford 

HI. William Webster Florence 

IV. P. Cattanacb jnn Sombra 

V. Thomas R. K.Scott Forest 

VI. T. Kirkpatrick Thedford 

YII. John \loRae Mooretown 

VIII. W G. Fraaer Petrolia 

IX. John W. Branan Alvinston 

LANARK. 

I. Robert Jamieson Perth 

II. William A. Field Lanark 

in. Findlay McEwen, Carleton Place 
IV. Wm. M Keith Smith s Falls 

V. John Cowan Pakenham 

VI. J. W. Manning; Almonte 

LEEDS AND QRKNVILLE. 

I. David B. Jotes Brockville 

n. Bartholomew White... . Prescott 

in. 8. McCammOD Gananoque 

IV. 0. Bascom Kemptville 

V. B. H. VVhitmarsh ..Merrickville 

VI. W. H. Oenaut,sen Delta 

Vn. Hiram MeCrea Frankville 

VIH. Horace Kilborn Newboro 

IX. Reid B. Al^uire ... Farmersville 

X. G. Fairbairn Spenoerville 

XI. J. B Bjllamey. North Augusta 

XII. Alfred A. Munro...Mallorytown 

LENNOX AND ADDINQTON. 

I. Charles James Napauet 

U. Charles L. Rogers Bath 

III. Jno. J. Watson. ..Adolphustown 

IV. Peter Johnston. ...Camden East 

V. Wm. Whelan Centreville 

VI. J. A. Zimmerman Odessa 

VH. Thomas Miller Tamworth 

LINCOLN. 

L J. B. Seoord Niagara 

n. W.A.Mittleberger, St. Catharines 

III. Thomas Pearson Smithville 

IV. Charles E. Riggins ... Beamsville 

MIDDLESEX. 

I. W. Joseph Mclntosh ...London 

H. W. Dickson Park Hill 

in. John Flanagan .... McGillivrAy 

IV. 0. J. Fox Delaware 

V. Geo. Wilson Glencoe 

VI. Jolm English Strathroy 

VI L N. Burdick, Dorchester Station 

VIII. B. K. Sittoa Arva 

IX. E. S. Jarvig .London East 

MUSKOKA DISTRICT. 

I. T. M. Bowerman. ...Bracebridge 

II. J. H. Jackson ....Severn Bridge 

III. Bernard Phillips Huntsville 

IV. R. G. Peuson Port Calling 

NIPISSttJG DISTRICT. 

I. Elijah W. Secord... Sturgeon Falls 
II. 

NORFOLK. 

I. W. R. Griffin Simcoe 

II. Edward Matthews ....Waterford 

III. Robt. Greene.. Windham Centre 

IV. C. S. Harris Courtland 

V. M. J. McCall Vittoria 

VI. S. P. Mabee Port Rowan 

VII. D. C. Brady Houghton 

Vm. Lawrence Skey Port Dover 

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM. 

I. Fred. Cubitt Bowmanville 

II. Samuel Wilmot Newcastle 

III. George M. Furby Port Hope 

IV. John Hunter Millbrook 

V. A G. Boswell Cobourg 

VI. Honry Lawless Grafton 

VII. Wm. Johnstone Colborne 

. T in. M. P. Ketchum Brighton 



IX. R. P. Hurlbut Warkworth 

X. T. R. Garratt Wooler 

XI. Daniel Kennedy ...Oampbellfbrd 
ONTARIO. 

I. D. C. Macdonell Whitby 

II. M. Gleeson Greenwood 

III. John Burnbam Port Perry 

IV. Zachariah Hemphill ... . Uxbridge 
V. Charles Burnham Cannington 

VI. George F. Bruce Beaverton 

VII. F. J. Gillespie Uptergrove 

OXFORD. 

I. F. W. Macqueen Woodstock 

II. M. F. Ainslie Blenheim 

III. Robt. Murray Embro 

IV. James Barr Norwichville 

V. James Stevens Ingersoll 

VI. John Hodgson Tilsonburg 

PARRT SOUN ) DISTRICT. 

I. R.H.Stewart Parry Sound 

II. Henry Armstrong McKellar 

III. K Sirett Ashdown 

IV. J. McKenzie Beggsboro 

V. S. G. Best Magnetawan 

VI. Milton Carr Oommanda 

PEEL. 

I. J. W. Main Brampton 

II. Lewis Shain Streeteville 

III. John Harris Caledon 

IV. H. H. Bolton Bolton 

PERTH. 

I. David B. Burritt Stratford 

II. Thomas Matheson Mitchell 

III. E. Long St. Mary s 

IV. George Brown Shakespeare 

V. Thomas Trow Milverton 

VI. D. D. Hay Listowel 

PETERBOROUGH. 

I. R. W. Errett Peterboro 

II. John A. Butterfleld ... Norwood 

III. Thomas Campbell Keene 

IV. S. Sherin Lakefield 

V. C.R.D. Booth Apsley 

PHESCOTT AND RUSSELL. 

I. David Buchan L Orignal 

II. John Shields Vankleek Hill 

III. Wm. Allison, East Hawkesbury 

IV. Jas. Van Bridger.-.Plantagene t 
V. J.S.Cameron Cumberland 

VI. A.Carson Russell 

VII. R. Lawlor Hawkesbury 

VIII. John Downing Fournior 

IX. Frederick Langrell Alfred 

X. A. H. Edwards Rockland 

XI Peter Stowart Casselman 

PRINCE EDWARD. 

I. Wm. Young Pictou 

II. Henry Haight Milford 

III. Israel Hamilton. ..Demorestville 

IV. W. C. DeLong....Araelianburgh 

V. T. D. Qarratt Wellington 

VI. Abraham Ssylor Bloomfield 

VII. Joshua M. Cadraan Consecon 

VIII. Edward Harrison Waupoos 

RENFREW. 

I. W. C. Irving Pembroke 

II. Thomas Thwaites... Btachburgh 

III. George Kady jun Renfrew 

IV. G. E. Neilson Arnprior 

V. John Bernard Shamrock 

VI. James Roeves Eganville 

VII. Thos. Foran Cobden 

VIII. John. C. Gurney... Rockingham 

SIMCOE. 

I. A.J.Lloyd Barrie 

II. H. W. Manning Bradford 

III. Wm. H. Dickson Beeton 

IV. A. Dudgeon Collingwood 

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V. Abraham Craig Craighurst 

VI. J. P. Henderson Orillia 

VII. Jas. A. Mather New Lowell 

Vni. J. Q. Hood Alliston 

IX. H. Jennings. ..Penetanguifcheue 
X. John C. Steele Steele 

8TORMONT, DUNDAS AND GLENGARRY. 

I. G.H.McGillivray.Williamstown 

II. C. D. Chisholm Alexandria 

III. C. J. Mattice Cornwall 

IV. A. Archibald...Dickinson gLan g 
V. John W. Loucks Morrisbnrg 

VI. John M. Tuttle Iroquola 

VII. Wm. J. Ridley, South Mountain 

VIII. John A. Cockburn Crysler 

IX. Peter Stuart River Raittic 

X. Wm. Rae Chesterville 

XI. D. Mclntosh Monklands 

XII. James R. McKenzie Skye 

THUNDER BAT DISTRICT. 

I. W. H. Laird Port Arthur 

II. John Aikins Eniilixh River 

III. Frank J. Apjohn Rat Portage 

IV. Alex. Reid Fort Francis 

VICTORIA. 

I. George W. Miller Woodville 

II. Q. Cunningham.... Fenelon Falls 

III. Irvine Junkin Bobcaygeon 

IV. Wm. Higinbotham Omemee 

V. 0. J. McKibbon Lindsay 

VI. J. F. Cunnings Oakwood 

VII. F. G. Miller Victoria Road 

WATERLOO. 

I. A.J.Peterson Berlin 

II. Otto Klotz Preston 

III. Peter Keefer Gait 

IV. Wm. D. Watson Ayr 

V. John Allchin ....New Hamburgh 

VI. R. Morrison Hawkesville 

VII. John L. Wideman St. Jacobs 

WELLAND. 

I. G. L. Hobson Welland 

II. Edward Lee Marshville 

III. Thos. Newbigging Fort Erie 

IV. J. A Orchard ... Drummondville 

V. George Keefer Thorold 

VI. A. K. Scholfield. ...Port Colborne 

WELLINGTON. 

I. A. A. Baker Guelph 

II. Wm. Leslie Puslinch 

III. D. l.i. Shultz Rockwood 

IV. Thos. W. Thomson Fergus 

V. Wm. Tyler Krin 

VI. W. P. McMicking Elora 

VII. George Allan Glenallafi 

VIII. John P.Jordan Arthur 

IX. GUT Leslie Orangeville 

X. A. C. R. Saunders Harrigton 

XI. James C. Wilkes... Mount Forest 
XII. L. R. Adam.- Drayton 

WENTWORTH. 

I. H. T. Bunbury Hamilton 

II. F. P. Surer Dmidag 

III. J. McMonies, jun... Waterdown 

IV. W. McDonald Rockton 

V. A.G.Jones Stoney Creek 

VI. L. A. Gurnett Ancaster 

VII. John McCiemont Glanford 

Vin. J. 8. Tavlor Binbrook 

IX. R. L. Gunn Hamilton 

YORK. 

I. A. McLean Howard ... Toronto 

II. John Stephenson ... Unionville 

III. J. M.Lawrence... Richmond U ; ll 

IV. David Lloyd Newmarket 

V. Wm. Fry " Sutton 

VI. A Armstrong, jun... Lloydtown 

VII. John Nattress Woodbridge 

VIII. John Paul Weston 

IX. J.H.Kishardson,Highland Creek 
X. B. H. Duggan Toronto 



1885.] 



LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANIES. 



151 



ONTAKIO LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANIES. 

W. A. DOUGLAS, B.A., TORONTO. 



The building societies or loan companies first formed 
in Ontario were established on the terminable plan 
after the model of the building societies in Britain. 
It was soon found, however, that permanent institu 
tions could operate much more advantageously ; the 
terminable societies therefore are now almost, if not 
altogether, xinknown. 

Of the companies now operating the oldest worth 
mentioning commenced in 1855 with a capital reported 
in the first annual statement at $17,000, and total assets 
$68,800. The report for the 31st December, 1883, 
enumerates 73 companies, having a paid-up capital of 
$26,028,625, and total assets $79,555,474. The paid-up 
capital of the banks at the same date was $18,432,760. 
All these companies are founded on the principle of 
limited liability, the limit in every case being the amount 
of the subscribed capital. 

Most of these companies are authorized to take money 
on deposit and to borrow by the issue of debentures, and 
in the case of those companies that operate under the 
General Act the borro wing power is limited as follows : 
The deposits cannot exceed the paid-up capital, and the 
total " borrowings," including the deposits, are limited 
to three times the paid-up capital. In most of the com 
panies the only security on which they can lend is real 
estate or the company s own stock. 

The prevailing rate of interest is at present seven per 
cent, in the Province of Ontario, and from eight to ten 
in Manitoba. 

The following table gives approximately the rates of 
interest ruling for the last 21 years : 



Per Cent. \ 



1863 


12 


1864 


12 


1865 


12 


1866.. .. 


11 


1867.. .. 


11 


1868 . .. 


. . . i ] 


1869 


11 


1879.. 


11 


1871 


9-10 


1872. . 


8-9^ 


1873.. 


.. 8-9 



1874. 
1875. 
1876. 

1877. 
1S78. 
1870. 
1880. 
1SS1. 
1882. 
1SS3. 
1SS4. 



Per Cent. 



In the early period of loan : ng the mortgages were 
mostly repayable by equal annual instalments, including 
interest and sinking fund ; but the calculation of annui 
ties was so utterly bewildering to farmers, and the 
adjustment of accounts in case of transfers so dittictilt, 
and hence often unsatisfactory, that the instalment 
method has been very largely, if not wholly, abandoned. 
There are no usury laws in Ontario, otherwise I am 
inclined to think that these companies would have been 
1 ess numerous. 

In Britain building societies were organized principally 
to enable artisans to obtain homes ; in the new terri 
tories of this country they are used largely to enable 
settlers to buy and improve farms. When land is cheap 
the settler may for several reasons be quite -willing to 
borrow a sum of money to procure land, even though 
the rate of interest is very high. With a thousand dol 
lars of his own money and another thousand borrowed 
he can obtain twice the acreage. If he rents he knows 
that the price will advance. If he rents he obtains none 
of this advance. If he buys and mortgages, all the im 
provements that he makes, all increased land values are 
his. Hence tenants are few, mortgages are many. 

Until about the year 1874 most of the loan companies 
obtained their funds from local sources, but about that 
year some of the larger companies entered the British 
market and obtained funds by the sale of debentures. 
The amount thus borrowed now amounts to $25,679,803. 
It may be interesting to notice as an instance of the aid 
science renders to commerce that a large portion of this 
money is transmitted across the ocean by telegraph. 



The sun crosses the meridians at the rate of only fifteen 
degrees per hour. Electricity travels much faster than 
that, so that we may witness the extraordinary pheno 
menon of a capitalist buying a loan company s deben 
tures at noon in England, the agent advising by telegram 
to Toronto, the advice arriving some hours before noon ; 
at the same time an agent in Winnipeg is drawing for 
the amount, which he hands to a mortgagor. The 
transaction began at noon is completed half-way round 
the globe some hours before noon on the same day. 

The money placed with these companies on deposit 
shows a rapid increase from $4,335,674 in 1874 to 
813,161,506 in 1883. If to this latter amount we add the 
debentures sold in Canada, $3.591,466, the sum amounts 
to $16,762,972, an increase of nearly 300 per cent, in nine 
years. The increase of savings placed iu the Govern 
ment savings bank during the same time in the Pro 
vinces of Quebec and Ontario (I have not th3 returns for 
Ontario alone) shows a slightly more rapid rate of 
increase from 3,207,452 in 1873 to 813,245,553 on the 
30th June of the present year. The bank returns (for 
Ontario and Quebec) for the same period show an 
increase from 63,588,770 to $86,630,464, an increase of 
about 36 per cent. 

These figures would seem to indicate a rapid growth 
of wealth, and while they undoubtedly show increased 
wealth somewhere, we must never overlook the fact 
that an increase of the above figures show simply 
increased credit to one party and debit to another. In 
the early history of any settlement, savings are probably 
as rapid as at any other period, but statistics would not 
indicate such to be the fact ; for the surplus savings do 
not pass through any savings institution, but are in 
vested directly either in thy purchase or clearing of 
land, the payment of workmen for the erection of build 
ings or fences, making drains or other improvements. 
One of the most interesting considerations respecting 
the social condition of any people is the possibilities 
of savings. Each family needs a certain minimum 
amount of sustenance and education. Any surplus 
income above that minimum may be saved. The im 
portance of this enquiry we may appreciate when we 
observe that labour produces the wealth of commerce ; 
but labour does not possess the wealth From inform 
ation obtained from Trades Unions by the Bureau of 
industries for Ontario, I Qnd that in four leading cities, 
590 workmen, aided in some cases by their families, 
saved last year a total of $25,742, or an average of 
&i3 66 each. 

The following figures are also reported : 



Average wages of workmen without depen 
dents .................................. 

Average cost of living ...................... 



376 (58 
270 02 



Leaving a surplus of savings amounting to . . 106 66 

Average wages of workmen with dependents.. $470 22 
Average cost of living 441 ,$5 

Leaving a surplus of savings amounting to . . $ 28 37 

Out of a total of 590 workmen 360 saved an average of 
$71 50, while 230 saved nothing and 28 reported that 
their earnings were not equal to the cost of living. 
These returns include only skilled artisans, so that th, y 
give only approximately the possibilities of saving on 
the part of unskilled labour. 

The Provinces of Ontario and Quebec present some 
striking differences in their financial institutions. The 
population of Ontario iu 1881 was 1,020,000, and that of 
Quebec 1.359,000, about as 7 is to 5. The capital of the 
Ontario banks is 818,764,500, that of Quebec $36,298,700, 
about as 1 is to 2, while the capital of the Ontario Loan 
Companies is $28,028,625, and that of Quebec only 
82,870,821, a proportion of nearly 10 to 1. 



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INDEX. 



[1885. 



Agricultural College, Guelph ... 142 

Agriculture, Departmentof. 53 

Albert College 142 

Alexandra College 142 

Anniversaries 6 

Appeal, Court of. 146 

Assumption College 141 

Auditor-General s Office 53 

Balance Sheet, Dominion 23 

Banks Hud Branches 37 

Banks, Foreign Agents of. 39 

Baptist College, Toronto 142 

Benchers, Law Society, Ont, 146 

Bishop s College, Lennoxville... 141 

Board of County Judges 148 

Book Post 59 

British Columbia, Province of... 67 

British Empire 145 

Building Societies, Ontario .... 151 

Calendar 9 

Calendar, Explauat n of Articles 6 

Canal Statistics 36 

Canadian Institute 100 

Chambers, High Court 147 

Chancery Circuits 148 

Chancery Division, High Court. 146 

Chancery Sittings 148 

Chronological Cycles 6 

Circuits of the Courts 148 

Cities, Towns and Villages 125 

Clergy of Canada 101 

Collectors of Customs 50 

Collegiate Institutes, Ontario... 143 
Collegiate Institute, Toronto ... 140 
College of Physicians and Sur 
geons, Quebec 145 

Commerce, Dominion of Canada 29 
Commissioners tor taking Affldt. 148 
Common Pleas Division, High 

Court 147 

Commons, House of. 49 

Congregational College, B. N. A. 141 

Consuls, Foreign, in Canada 138 

Controverted Elections Court... 147 

Copyrights in Canada 126 

Council of the College of Physi 
cians and Surgeons. Ont 144 

County Courts 147 

County Court Terms 148 

County and Judicial Officers ... 121 
County Registrars, Ontario...... 120 

County Registration Divisions... 120 

Onurts of General Sessions 147 

Courts, Officers of 148 

Courts of Revision 147 

County Judges Criminal Court 147 
Crown Land Agents, Outario. ... 54 
Crown Lands Department, Quo. 56 

Crown Law Officers 147 

Customs Department 50 

Customs, Tariff of. 40 

Debenture Debt of Canada ...... 28 

Division Courts 147 

Division Court Clerks 149 

Dominion of Canada 48 

Eclipses 7 

Educational 139 

Educational Institutions, Total 

Number 143 

Educational Museum 143 

Emigration 35 

Epochs 6 

Exchequer. Court of 146 

Executive Council, B. Columbia 57 

/executive Council, Manitoba.... 59 

Executive Council,N. Brunswick 56 

Executive Council, Nova Scotia 67 

Executive Council, Ontario 53 



INDEX. 

Executive Council, P. E. Island. 58 

Executive Council, Quebec 54 

Exports, Dominion 30 

Exports and Imports. Dominion SO 

Exports and Imports, Provinces 32 

Excise 33 

Festivals, Fixed and Movable ... 6 

Finance Department 51 

Fisheries, Statistics 34 

Foreign Consuls in Canada 138 

Foreign Money Orders 119 

Freemasons, Grand Lodge of. ... 127 

Governor General and Staff 48 

Grand Lodge, Freemasons 127 

Head Masters Co. High Schools 144 

Heir and Devisee Court 147 

High Court of Justice, Ont 146 

High School Inspectors 143 

Holidays, Romark e Events, Ac. 3 

House of Commons 49 

House of Assembly, Manitoba... 59 

House of Assembly, N B 56 

House of Assembly, N.S 57 

House of Assembly, Ontario 53 

House of Assembly, P.E. Island 58 

Immigrants arrived at Quebec... 35 

Imports, Provinces 31 

Indep. Order of Odd Fellows... 134 
Indian Affairs, Department of... 52 
Inland Revenue Department ... 51 

Insolvent Debtor s Court 147 

Inspectors, School 143 

Interior, Departmentof. 52 

Jacques Cartier Normal School. 143 

Judiciary 146 

Justice, Department of. 50 

Knox College 141 

Laval University 141 

Law Circuits 148 

Law Reporters 147 

Law Society of Ontario 146 

Law Terms 148 

Legal and Judiciary 146 

Legislative Assembly, B.C 58 

Legislative Assembly, Quebec... 55 

Legislative Council, NB 56 

Legislative Council, N.S 57 

Legislative Council, P.E. Island 58 

Legislative Council, Quebec 65 

Letter Rates 59 

Long Vacation 148 

Magnectic Observatory, Toronto 8 

Man i toba. Province of. 59 

Marine & Fisheries Department 52 

Maritime Court, Ontario 147 

Masonic lodges 127 

Master s Office. High Court 147 

Medical Institutions & Schools. 144 

Medical Examiners 144 

Medical Representatives 144 

Mercantile Law 136 

Meteorological Averages.. 8 

Meteorological Register, 1883 ... 21 
Militia & Defence Department. 51 

Money Orders 61 

Money Orders, Foreign 119 

Monthly Register 21 

Moon s Phases 9 

Municipal Information 122 

McGill College University .... 139 

New Brunswick, Province of... . 56 
Newspapers, Rates of Postage... 60 

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Normal and Model Schools. ...... 142 

North-West Territoiies 6& 

Nova Scotia, Province of 67 

Odd Fellows, Independent Or 
der of. 134 

Officers Legis. Assem., Ontario. 54 
Officers Legis. Assem., Quebec... 65 
Officers Legis. Assembly, N.B.... 67 
Ontario, Province of. 63 

Parcel Post 60 

Pioneers Association 100 

Planets 9 

Police Magi stratus, Ontario 120 

Postal Information 59 

Post Office Department 51 

Post Offices, List of 63 

Presbyterian College, Montreal. 141 

Privy Council 48 

Prince Ed. Island, Province of... 58 
Provincial Arbitrators, Ontario. 120 
Public Accounts, Dominion of 

Canada 26 

Public Accounts, Ontario 28 

Public Accounts, Quebec 29 

Public School Inspectors 143 

Public Schools, Outario 143 

Public Works, Department of... 61 

Quebec, Province of 54 

Queen and Royal Family 48 

Queen s University, Kingston... 139 

Railways and Canals, Dept. of... 61 

Railwaj Statistics 35 

Registration Divisions, Ontario. 120 

Registration of Letters 59 

Registrars, County 120 

Royal Arch Masons 132 

Royal Family 48 

Savings Bank, Post Office, State 

ment of 02 

School of Practical Science, 

Toronto 143 

Senate of Canada 48 

Separate School Inspector 143 

Sittings of the Courts 148 

Spirits Distilled in Canada 83 

Star Table 7 

State, Departmentof. 62 

Stipendiary Magistrates. Ontario 120 
Supreme Court of the Dominion 148 
Supreme Court of Judicature, 

Ont 146 

Surrogate Courts 147 

Tariff of Customs 40 

Tobacco manufnct d in Canada. 33 

Toronto School of Medicine 144 

Towns, and Officials of. 126 

Township Municipalities 122 

Trinity Medical School 146 

Trinity College School 140 

University of Trinity College... 189 

University of Toronto 139 

University College 139 

Upper Canada College 140 

Venus and Mars. Disc of 7 

Victoria College University 139 

Villages, and Officials of 125 

Visitors, Law Society, Ont 146 

Wesleyan College, Montreal . ... 142 

Woodstock College 142 

Wycliffe College 140 

Year, The 128 



1885]. ADVERTISEMENTS. 153 



TIHIIEJ 

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- 
deilt Assurance. Before insuring read one of our policies. 

A. II. GILBERT, Manager for Western Ontario. 
OFFICE 33 Adelaide Street Bast, Toronto. 



"To build up a Nation, support its Institutions." 



WTTil 

Insurance Company of Canaba 



-LIFE.- -ACCIDENT. 

ESTABLISHED 1864. CAPITAL, $1,009,800. 

The Stock List is the Strongest in the Dominion of Canada. 

Every reliance may therefore be placed in its contracts that all claims will be paid with 
punctuality and liberality as has been done during the past twenty years. 

AGENTS EVERYWHERE. 
SEE THAT YOU GET A CITIZEN S POLICY. 

HENRY LYMAN, ESQ., (Lyman Sons & Co., Montreal and Toronto,) President. 

ANDREW ALLAN, ESQ., (Allan 8.8 Co.,) Vice- President. 

GERALD E. HART, General Manager, 



GOLD MEDAL, ^^^^^^^ PARIS, 1878. 




JOSEPH GILLOTTS 

CELEBRATED 

S T EEL PE N S . 

SOLD BY ALL DEALtittS 1 HKUUGHOUT THE WORLD. 

Every Packet bears the fac-simile 
Signature, 





WESTERN CANADA LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY. 

OFFICES IVo. 7O CHURCH STREET, TORONTO. 

CAPITAL, $1,200,000. RESERVE FUND, $600,000. 

President HON G. W. ALLAN, Senator. Viet:- President GEOROB GOODERHAM. 

Directors SAMUKL PLATT, T. H. LKB. GBORGE \V. LEWIS. SIR D. L. MACPHERSOW. 

ALFRED GOODKKHAM. 

SAVINGS BANK BRANCH. 

Money received on Deposit, and interest allowed, compounded half-yearly. 
DEBENTURES issued, Sterling or Currency, for amounts to suit Investors. Interest Coupons attache . 

"lyT Q TO" "pry TO T ~P^ TS3~ T"> . 

STRAIGHT LOANS AT LOWEST CURRENT RATES. 
Fr further information apply at the Offices of the Company. 

WALTER S. LEE. Manager. 
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[1885, 



JOHN MACDONALD & CO 



Wholesale Importers of 



DRYGOODS 



Carpets, Woollens & Fancy Goods. 




XE 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 supple 
ment our stock for the assorting trade, together with our staff of depart 
mental buyers, who visit the British and Foreign Markets semi-annually, 
enables us to offer a very varied and complete stock, not only dur 
ing the regular but also during the assorting season, giving purchas 
ers the advantages of filling in their stocks with the most seasonable 
goods as required. 

Believing that our true interests are identical with those of our Cus 
tomers, we carefully 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 MACDONALD & CO. 

DEPARTMENTS. 

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 



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, ) T^T-> r\KTTS\ 
28, 30, 32, 34, FRONT STREET EAST, . vJ rt VJ IN . L <J. 

31 MAJOR STREET, MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, 

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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



[1885. 




CORDON, MACKAY & CO, 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

-r\ -cp -*y f~* s~-\ /~*\ -ir-\ C2 
JLJ JrO JL ^j" \-J v^J _LJ fcD 3 

Corner of Bay and Front Streets, TOROMTd 

RICHARDSON & CO. 

and cjjter cay tile Agents, 

ASSIGNEES IN TRUST, 
AND GENERAL INSURANCE BROKERS. 





4 Toronto Street, - TORONTO. 

P. O. BOX 584. 



GENERAL ADVERTISING AGENTS. 



THE! CANADIAN CONVEYANCER 

AND 

HANDY OOK 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. 0. (now the Hon. Judge Rose). 

PRICE (FULL BOUND), $2 00. 



THIRD EDITION. 



J. RORDAN S & GO. Law Stationers, 88 King Street East, Toronto. 

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15T 



DOMINION 

ORGAN & PIANO COMPANY 




BOWMA3tfVILL.E ? ONTARIO, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



First-Class Pianos & Organs 

Ilighf at Honors whererer exhibited. International ITIedals and Diplomas ot 

Honor at PHILADELPHIA, 1876; SYWiN EV, Australia, 1877 ; 

PARIS, France, 1878; and OVER 5O FIRST PRIZES 

in Canada and different parts ot the World. 

KS" Two of our Instruments, an Organ and a Piano, have been selected for Rideau Hall, Ottawa, for -the 
special use of the new Governor-General, Lady Lansdowne, and Lady Melgrund. 

INSTRUMENTS FOR ARTISTS A SPECIALTY, 

Square and Upright Pianos.. Parlor, Students, Chapel, and Church Organs. 

Organs with Two Manuals and Pedal Bass. 



FACTORY 



TO $1,000. 
BOWMANVILLE, 0JVT. 



BRANCH OFFICES. 

ENGLAND London and Manchester. GERMANY Hamburg. 

AUSTRALIA Sidney and Adelaide. 



SOUTH AMERICA Georgetown. 
NEW ZEALAND-Auckland. 



L. E. N. PRATTE, - - General Agent for the Province of Quebec. 

Wholesale and Retail Salerooms, (the finest in the Dominion), 

1676 1TOTR-S IDJLlvflllB STIR-ISIET, O^OTSTTIRIE.A.Xj. 

Where ir keep in stock OVER IOO IWSTRCJTIEiVTS of all descriptions, at Factory Prices. 

VISITORS WELCOME. CATALOGUES FREE. 

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CANADA PERMANENT 

LOAN & SAVINGS COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED A.D. 185o. 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $3,000,000. 

Paid-up Capital, $2, 200,000, ReseivfcFun ,100,000, Total Assets, $8,000,000 



OFFICE ; COMPANY S BUILDINGS, TORONTO ST., TORONTO, 

DIRECTORS. 

EDWARD HOOPER, President. SAMUEL NORDHEIMER, Vice- President, 

JOS. ROBINSON, A. M. SMITH, E. H: DIXON, F. A. BALL, WM. GOODERHAM. 

Managing Director J- HERBERT MASON. 
Solicitors JONES BROS. & MACKENZIE. 

Bankers in Canada The 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 Liuen Co. Bank. 
Edinburgh and Aberdeen, The Devon and Cornwall Bank, Plymouth. 

DEPOSITS RECEIVED at Current Bates of Interest, paid or compounded half- 
yearly. 

DEBENTURES 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 PURGH-SED 



FREEHOLD LOAN AND SAVINGS COMPANY, 



IBST JLIBIL.ISIEHEID I3ST 1859- 

Gapital, 1st October, 1884, $1,822,300, in Shares of $100 Each. 

RESERVE FUND, $413,232. 



President HON. W. McMASTES. Mana<jerlloy,. 8. 0. 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. 
MORTGAGES AND DEBENTURES BOUGHT AND SOLD. 



THE HOME SAVINGS & LOAN COMPANY, 



(LIMITED.) 



OFFICE : No. 72 OHUROHT., TORONTO. 

DIRECTORS. 

HON . FRANK SMITH, President EUGENE O KEEFE, - - "icc-Pre.- : 

PATRICK HUGHES, WM. T. KIELY, JOHN FOY. 



JAMES J. FOY, 

Deposits received from Tv.-cnty Cents upwards, and interest ai current rates allowed thereon. 

Money to Loan for long or short periods on the SKCURITV OF MORTGAGES ON RSAL ELTATF. at lows! 
rates of interest, and on easy terms of repayment ; also on collateral security of Bank and other Stocks, and 
Government and Municipal Debentures. Mortgages and Debentures purchased. 

JAMES MASON, Manager 

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159 




ESTABLISHED }836 



JAIME B. 



& OO. 



BY APPOINTMENT, 

Official, Government, Railway and City Timekeepers. 

IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

flNE OLD WATCHES, JEWELLERY, 

Sterling Silver and Plated Ware, Diamonds, French Clocks and Bronzes, 

Split Seconds and Repeating Watches. 

LARGEST STOCK IN THE PROVINCE. LOWEST PRICES. 

ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. 

J. E. ELLIS & CO., No. I King Street East, Toronto. 



MOSS, FALCOHBRIDGE & BARWICK, MOSS, HOYLES & /YLESWORTH, 

IB.A.IEolR.ISTIEiK.S &cc. 

NORTH OF MCOTLAIVD CHAMBERS, IS and 3 King Street West, TORONTO 

CHAS. Moss, Q.C. W. G. FALCOKBBP N. W. HOKLBS, . 

WALTER BAR\V:<:K. A. B. ALESWORTH, W. J. FRANKS. 

DOUGLAS ARMOUR. 



MACLAREN, MACDONALD, MERRITT & SHEPLBY, 



UNION LOAN BUILDINGS, . - - 28 & 30 TORONTO STREET, TORONTO. 

J. J. MACLAREN. J. H. MACDOXALD. W. M. MERRITT. G. F. SHEPLEV. 

J. L. GEDDES, W. K. MIDDLETON. 



DELAMERE, BLACK, REE&OR & ENGLISH, 
BamstBrs, SoUcites, &c. 

OFFICES 17 TORONTO STREET, CONSUMERS GAS COMPANY S BUILDINGS. 
T. D. DEI.AMERE. DAVIDSON BLACK. H. A. REESOR. E. TAYLOR ENGLISH. 

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[1885.. 



THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 



TOIROHSTTO. 

Capital paid up, $6,000,000. Rest, $2,000,000. 

DIRECTORS. 

HOK. WILLIAM McM ASTER, President. WM. ELLIOT, ESQ., Vice-President.. 

T. SUTHERLAND STAYNER, ESQ. GEORGE TAYLOR, ESQ. 

JOHN WALBIE. HON. S. C. WOOD. 

W. B. HAMILTON, ESQ. JAS. CRATHERN, 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, 

Brrie, 

Belleville, 

Berlin, 

Brant ford, 

Chatham, 

Collingwood, 



Dundas, 

Dunville, 

Gait, 

Goderich, 
Guelph, 
Hamilton, 
London, 



BRANCHES. 




Montreal, 


St. Catharines, 




Norwich, 


Sarnia, 




Orangeville, 


Seaforth, 




Ottawa, 


Simcoe, 




Paris, 


Stratford, 




Parkhill, 


Strathroy, 




Peterboro